A TUESDAY MORNING, JUJ.Y 9,18a.'
Rail Road Time Table.
Lrm.i Mvuil 4 OoLDMtDic Xxm B,, bV ...
Olnolonatl Accommodation.' 1 00 A. M,
" Iidu .11:40 A. M. !
9:10 P. M.
11:1)3 A. M.
Mall and Accommodation.. 8: 10 P. U.
9:00 P. Mi
. High, Jtxprecs vie Dytoa.lg:M midnight. J.20 A
7 6 J 1. ; , . . ' n - v .
Night F.rpreu...V....I.'...J:40 A. M.
New fork Bxprest, 11: 10 A. At .
CO, to. WsyBxprsss.... 8:40 P.M.'
V 11:1 P.M.
L 7:50 P. tf.
x v ' " , - -,. Jl Patthhoh, Agent.
0talO'bio it.. B. J '". . J -
No. Ilxpres 3:30 A. M. 11:S5'A. M.
No. 4 du .v. ........ S:15 P. M. , Jl:45.A. M.
A A "f :vi J i- ; , ... 1 , ,. IT... lau, Agvnt. I
. TiTTiioioa, OOLOMIDI fc CincimUTi R. ft. '
. Hell Train S SO A.M. 1I9JA.M.
ExpressTraln ..11;K5A.M. 8:P.M
v' '' ' Jos. Rosinson, 'Agent,
Colombo A IKDUMOroLU, ft. II.
(CoLlMSCS PlQOA As IHDIAHA R.BJ
Noil Xxprtra..' 6:30 A. M. '"' t:00 P. M
Mo. 8 " 3:00 P. M. " '8:48 P. at.
Accommodation Ml -
10:40 A. M.
' The Adams Express Company places ris daily
v under obligations to It for the very latest papers
'"" from the eastern cities. ,
" ' The American Express Company has oar
' thanks for Its dally favors in the shape of the
ery latest eastern papers.
" " -MB AWJIDEKT A LilTTLI WOT UIOWNCD.
r Last evening, about 6 o'clock, a bright, Inter
esting little boy, abont Clears of age, named
ClaAc, whose parents reside on High street,
opposite the Stateman building, was drowned at
' the mouth of the Whetstone river. It seems
he bad gone into , the water with two or three
other boss, who were unable to swim, and got
into a deep place; from which he was unable to
extrlcatu himself, atd unfortunately no help was
at hand. It was about an hour before two men
(one of them 4 prisoner In the Penitentiary) ar
rived at the spot and recovered the body, which
waa taken with diffloulty out of a deep hole.
It was brought to .bis parents' residence on a
dray. .The lather of the phild la absent from
home, at Wheeling, we understand.; I It was a
lad sight to see the' lifeless body carried Into the
presence of the distracted mother. '-'''
Ctrr Cconou. The meeting of the Counei
last evening was adjourned for want of a quo
rum. ' " ' '
Th 1 PxisoNias o Waa RrrosnKD The
twenty-three Virginians who were esnt to Camp
Chase list wetkv-as prisoners of war, have
probably by (his time been set at liberty. Oa
Saturday evening last, July 6, Lieut. C H.
NimiNO.of ihetffeoty-firet Ohio Regiment,
atationed at Oalllpolis, arrived here with an
order from Col., Norro.i for the Virginians.
The reason assigned for the order waa that the
Confederate authorities had released and sent
home two meraben of the Wheeling Virginia
Suite Convention and other Union men whom
they bad taken prlsone.-s near Point Pleasant,
Va , and for whose safety the twenty-three Vir
ginians sent here bad been taken and held as
hostages. Gov. Dknnison accordingly gave an
order to Col. Scajsnom, commanding at Camp
Chase, for the delivery of the twenty-three pris
oners to Lieut. Col. Niiiuno. They were
. brought to the city on Sunday, and quartered at
the Goodale House. Yesterday morning, July
7, they left in coaches for Chllllcotbe, whonce
tbey were to proceed by railroad to Gallipolis.
On their arrival there, It was ezpeoled Col.
Noiton would send them across the river to
We had a personal Interview with several of
these Virginia prisoners during their stay bere.
Among them was Mr. Hackney, tormerly
keeper of the United States Hotel in Wasting
ton City, and other old and prominent citizens
of Western Virgiula. They all expressed
. themselves highly gratified with the civility,
kindneia and hospitality, with wbioh they bad
been treated by our citizens and by the author
ities at Camp Chose. Tbey desired us partic
ularly to make a public acknowledgment on their
: behalf of the gratitude tbey felt toward Mr.
Dolson, of the Buckeye House, for the courte
ous and generoui manner In which be minister
ed to their wanta on their arrival In Columbus.
O Lieut. Col. MaiBLino, who csme here on
Saturday last, July 6, for the Virginians at
Camp Chase, reported that 0. Jinning Wiss
bad been devastating in Kanawha Valley, with
about 800 meo, 500 of whom are cavalry well
- equipped. Tbey had a camp about 60 miles
from the Ohio. He also stated that Htmr A.
Wrsa was at Charleston, Vs., with 7,000 men.
He reports the condition of Kanawha Valley as
one of Internecine strife neighbor against
neighbor. Great destruction of property bos
resulted from the visits of secession foroes.
0. Jinnincs Wug, t one place, destroyed a
; mill, and carried off $2,00U worth of goods., .
Fin A fire broke out at about three o'clock
. oosunasy morning, July 7, in brick stable,
near the southeast corner of Third and Friend
streets, on a lot occupied by J.1 W. Osooon, aud
owned by Capt. 8hoalm. . The steam fire en
gines were promptly on band, aod the fire waa
extinguished, after burning the timbers and the
roof of the stablo, It la stated, that the fire
nstofnatjul fAm aaliM ifennaUa.l In a kwiAbntiaA
aojoimng tne stsoie. '
" tr The Eighth, Regiment, Col. Dt Pur, and
the Twelfth,' Col. Lowi, left Camp Dennlson on
Saturday nigh Jst7 July 6, for Gallipolis,
tie) Marietta Railroad.,,.,,. ., .
4 i i ' ,. , :i :
Rain! Blkssid ,RaJ1.-After the pre limina
lies of rising dark clouds la the northwest,
' lightning, thuhder and fierps wind, filling the
air with dense clouds of dust, it oommsooed
raining last evening at about .nine o'clock, and
,. , .at this writing, the water Is eomlng down gently,
. yet copiously from the upper regions upon the
thirsty earth. , It Ii weloome, thrice welcome,
for w have had dry weather so long that It has
. alsaost become enlroutbr- J.et as H be thank
- fal to Him who glveth the early and the latter
Pniurn A correspondent of the' Cincinnati
Oattttt, writing , from .this now , famous towa
directs it to be epeu with one I and two p"i,
. with ai i at the" sad.1! He ' gives ' the following
account of the origin of the name:
"The efory of the obristenlnr of the now
famous little vtusR is oorloua," it wis origin
. any namao, uroaur alter Joan Barbour,
r eomewbas prominent oitiaea- et Ctstern Vir
t glnla. ' Bui "tb county bavin received the
same name, eoofusion arose. . Finally, to avoid
, tbialecoovnuieooe, aod, at the sane time,
- continue the oomptimeot to tne Barbour family,
the name ot the town was ohaoged to Phllippt,
after a lavortte daughter of Mr John Barbour.
Subsequently the Barbour family, for tome
reason or other, sank In the favor at the vil
lagers, till they resolved, in their wrath, that
beocerortb tneir ownty seat ebould not be designated
by even the first name of a daughter of
i we boutex- Aoaowiogiy, tney made still anoth
r er change; 'and taktnir eey , the' 'dubious com
. pliment from Miss FMUipp B wbour, they be
atowed it upon the ancrieol PkUifpi of Maoedo
nia, and rested from tbslr labors." '" '
ITJ A detsohmsntof CJplted Slates dragoons
arid cavalry, numbering about 830 men, passed
through Cleveland, on Sunday last, July 7ib,
on their way to Washington. - They were from
Fort Leavenworth, but formerly sirred in Tex
as under Col. Enow '
ilt ii is stated thl many of the men at
Camp Dennlson have been attacked with the
sourvy. r -h
1 O There were eighty-one deaths Id Cinoin-J
natl doilpg- the week ending Saturday, July
6th.'''' ' ' '' JV .'7 v.,'., ;
" - I
' ET A friend In the northern part of Monroe
county wrltes.us that the wheat in that section
lrmaoh .injured bytb'e weevil, and that the
oats and tobaooo crop will be almest a fail
ure. . Corn Is small but Vrowlnc flaelv. J
i ffwm it i '
iCr.Tiro hundred and fifty thousand dollars
have beeo received In Cincinnati from the War
Department at Washington, to pay. for the'
three guo-bo&ts recently sent down the Ohio
river, and the eost of fitting them out.' ' j ,
' . r'
O Waonir and Millcr, Union men, taken
by the rebels at Point Pleasant, Va., were de
livered up to Col. . No atom, on Friday last,
Julys. , . .:.-.r.r'ni
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE MAILS.
York Oltr. Bnitsn. AlUn. nmr.in
PltUbnrgh, EMubenTtll way. Oltraland, Eastinile,
Nawark, aranvlll. Wathlngton Olty, BalUmora, Phila
delphia and Naw Orleans, oloas daily (Sundays exoapt
d) at o'oloek p. m.
A throoih mall for Maw Tork tnd fllanlanil itlnua
dally (Baodaya axeapted) at 9 o'alook p.m.
0. 0. St 0. R. R. Way Mall elosea dally (Sundays ex-
mm; i V'OIOCK p. nil
Central Ohio Way Mai
ailclotcs dally (Bandars stcaptid)
at iu o'clock a. m.
Cincinnati Way Mall oloaas dally (Bandars excepted) at
o'clock a. m.
Ohloaao. Dubnone. Delaware. Marlon and Warlhlnr.
too AUUs elotes dally (Sundays acepted) at 8 o'oloek
Malls forlenla, Bprlngfleld, Dayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati, Indlanapolla, Louurrlllo, 8t. Lonla, and Detroit,
closes dally (Bundayt exoepted) at 8 o'oloek p. m.i
A through mall to Zenla, BprlnirBeld and Cincinnati
elotes daily (Sundays exoepted) at 10 o'oloek a. m.
uroana, riqna, Tlmn and Union City mall oloaes dally
(Bundayt excepted) at 8 o'olcok p. m.
Laoouter, Login, NeUonTllle, Clrclavtlte, Chlllloothe,
Portsmouth, Washington 0. H , Athens, Marietta and
Bllltborouth malls oloas daily (Bandaya excepted) at 8
o'clock p. m.
Bast Way Mall by Rational Road to Zaneavllle closes
dally (Bondays excepted) at 11 o'clock m.
Harrleburgh Malloloses daily (dundayt txcepUd) at!
Mt. Vernon Mall, by way of Westervllle and Banbury,
closes dal It (Sundars exoeotad) stfia'eloek n. m.
Dublin Mall elosea dally(aondays exoeptedjat S o'clock
LaDoattsr Way Mall closes dally (Sundays exceptel) at
w vivva f U1S
Mails from New Tork. Beaton. Pklladalnhla. Bnffila:
Albany, PltUbnrgh, Oletslaod, Dayton, l'oiedo, Xenla,
Detroit. BprinsUeid. Cincinnati. Chllllaatha. at. Loula.
and all gonthern eltlea, arrlvw bstwaan th honrsof 0
0 'clock p. m. and o clock a. m. -t )
Mails from IndlanapoUa, OMoaira and Dubuque arrtvs
at 3:40 a.m.
Malls from Washington Otts. AalUmnra. Whaolln.
ZanasTllla, Newark, Btmbanviila, Mt. Vernon, and thai
. O. R. B. Way MalUarrlvoat (So'cloekm.t
Way Mall from Cincinnati am res at 3 o'oloek p. m,
Lancaster Mall arrtras at 9 o'clock p. m.
last War Mall orer the National Road arrlTM at 11
o 'clock a.m. ,
Mt. Vernon Way Mail arrives at 11 :00 a. m.' ' -' .
Mall from Dublin arrives at 19 o'clock m. ' " ' ,
Urtana Way Mall arrives at o'clock p. m." ;
Harrlsbargh Mail arrives at 11 o'oloek a. m. i '
Lanoaster Way Mall arrives at IS o'clock m
Offlot dellrerv open ererr day (except Bundav) from
7 o'clock a. m. toe o'oloek p. m. Open on Bandars
from 7X to 9 o'clock In the morning, and from S to 6
JOHN GRAHAM. P. M.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
More Fighting in Missouri—Military
ST. LOUIS, July 7.
The SOth Illinois Regiment, Colonel Marsh,
arrived on Saturday, - weut into Quarters
at the Arsenal, where tbey will probably pro
ceed South, by the Iron Mountain Railroad.
Col. Wyman'e 13th Illinois Regiment, left
for Rolls last night, fully equipped for a long
march. - 'it ,
Gen. Lyon's Command waa two days marob.
thirty-one milea south of Boonvllle, on the 4th
Several officers of Ltent. Col. Biood'a Bat
talion, Sixth Missouri Regiment, wblcb went
down the Iron Mountain Railroad on a scouting
expedition, on Tuesday last, have returned, and
report the death of one, aud capture of three
secessionists, in a Utile skirmish near Valley
Forge, on the 4th.
the federals surrounded Farmineton on the
nignioi too imrav me next morning , they
tborougbly searched the town, and administered
the oatb of allegiance to aome fifty of Its citi
zens. 1 be troops then merohed to Pilot Knob,
where tbev encamned. waiting for the balance
of the Cth Regiment from Illinois, when It Is
thought they will march southward. ;,- '
Mr. Vallandigham—Mathias Point.
NEW YORK, July 8.
When Mr. Vallandigham was on his visit to
the Ohio oamps, an effigy of him, labelled
"Vallandigham, the Traitor," waa suspended
from a tree, and simultaneooeJy with thie stones,
onions, eto., were burled atbim. The excite
ment increasing, the omoers interfered, and
with great difficulty removed him from the
ground. It would have resulted seriously had
be remained mucb longer. - Toe uuio boye
were very indignant at what they termed a most
Impertlnet intrusion, . ., "i '
Information received yesterday from Mathlas
Point says the Poohahontas lies off there and
will bombard the rebels, the moment they ap
pear to mount guns on the fortlfioationa . which
are erected. ' . - .. - ; '
BALTIMORE, July 8.
A to Amerioan, dated
burg, 6th Inst., announces the arrival of Major
uoubieday and the K.I. battery. ...., , ; .
it sajs uen. ratterson's entire army ie en
camped in and aronnd Martlnsburg. No for;
waro movement bad taken piaoe. .
uen. Johnson was reinforced by 7UUO meiv
from Manassas, nd bad takem his stand for a
fight at Bunker BUI, 1 miles distant, with 7000
troopa. -v ".. '" ' , t,,.
Large nnmoera ot troops passed througb Dai
timore yesterday, to strengthen Gen. Patter
son's column. , The regiments which passed
early yesterday morning expected to cross the
rotomao at w miamspori. , -
LOUISVILLE, July 8.
The Journal thia morning aaye tbe Governor
of Tennessee baa been regularly notified that
no more trains on tbe Nashville road will go in
to Tennessee, until tbe stolen cars and locomo'
tivea have been restored.' c
It also learos that Tennesseearis in Frankfort
were urging Gov. Magoffin, to take possession
tne fl.ath.viue road, boiding it open lor ireignw
There Is great exoitemeul in oonseouence of
Gov. Magoflio having taken the; matter into
consideration. ,, - ,.
The Courier of this morning has an adver
tlsement notiiyiug citissns of the opening of
reoruiting offloe for the. army of the Southern
Confederacy. " .
Arkansas papers names Jeff. Davis and Albert
Pike for tbe race tor Resident and') Viae Presi
dent of tbe Confederate elates.
Memphis papera aay, maay deaths are oc
curring in Camp Cheatham, at Nashville, from
m easels. . . - -it . -.
The First South Carolina Regiment boa
Manassas, to retura nome, tneir time having
expires., . , i
[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial.]
The Fifteenth Indiana Regiment.
CLARKSBURG, Va., July 7.
The Fifteenth Indiana Regiment arrived bere
last night, all in central good health. We
take up the line- or march te-nlghl for Book
nannon, twenty-eight miles from bere.
CLARKSBURG, Va., July 7. L. W.
Gov. Wise Releases Prisoners.
POMEROY, July 6.
Gov. Wise released Wagoner and Miller,
gentlemen captured a fat days el oca by a party
ot mounted rebeler yesterday, on thebrtoath,
signing dooumante not to toke on arms uralnst
Thirty-Seventh Congress—Extra Session.
.'.-' -' . .--X .1
WASHINGTON, June 8.
Hooag. Messrs. Se1aptalno,Nagutsud DaoD.ierer
allv appmarad for U Irat time ana took the oath. y
Ibe epciker announced the tallowing itatding torn
Ittess. the first namsd on eaoa belag chairman: -
SUatUmt. Dwe, Campbell, Toofibecs, Mcaeoi
Lonmls, BaxKr. Ksllay, Brown, MsMies ' . i T
Wavi and JfaiM StsTsos. Morrill of Ti.. Plutn.
n.'Oornlog.j Uorlon, MoOIernand,
J....J -I, 'V .'-l -
(7ZomS. yentoil. Walton. Holmaa. Hntnhln..' tr.i.
KoeU Dnel, WebaUs. Wallace. ' TT .'
' Omsmsrw Wsshbnrno of lit 111 lot, Ward. Nixon,
Babbstt, Onrley, Bollena of Mo., letry. 'ooOeld. I ,
eiMlt Land .Potter, Oovedo, Vallandlcfhani; Jai
ls, TrambtUl. Vaodem, Is Hogg tf Mien., Orltfteld,
Woodraff. " ,v '
oato.MorrtUof Ma., Wtndom, Blaks.Tlbbard,
Trowbridgs, Norton. i
Zjriol CWtnn6i.-0onklln, Dslaoe, Barrett,
Ashley, Talbot, rreochot, Kolilns of Vt., Davis. Upton.
Judloiorf Hlokeian, Mlogham, Pendleton. Kellnsi
ot III., Porter, OarUsl, Ihomas ef Mass., May, Van
lover. . ' . ,- 1
Eire of ate., Ball, Tarry, drover, Kiddle, Morrill of Ma.
PiMla lljMnMiurs.Oovode, Bdwarde, Kerrigan,
train, Wlndom, Webster, Jallea, Hamchstt, White J
WaInww-I,ovwJiy, Iroooiiv Bolth, Chamberltn,
Short, Bailer of Pa. WoreesUr, Aldrlcb.
Indian Afairt.Alinch, Bd wards. Mallonr. Con-
fav. Mlichsll. (Wall, Lsasino. Patten, thsyar. i ,
Military dfairi Blair of Mo. , Onrtls, Blohardson,
Pordlatun of Ohio, Allen. Marston, -Jackson. -
Jf.lltla Tan Talkanbais, Dnun, Aneona. Delano,
BUM is. Harrison, Brow of Va.. Cutler, Doodwln. i -iVavaf
XTjirs -lgwlo, Wright ef Usss Pooke,
Man head. Bngliih, Tance. Piko of Main. OonkUnc.
PlMla ldinnt an it 7mauirfa. Train. TTn-.ln"
Dslaplsloo, MrKnlght, Morris of Ohio-' ' .
loraign Affair., Cmuodni Oocohv Cox, White of
Indians. MuKateht. Barnham. 'Xhoaiaa of Mart land.
Poierny. riiher. i
JHvotuuonary 'nfofi.-Van wyek, Blair of Ps ,
Carlisle, Potter, Davis of Pa., Bteele of N. I., flranger,
Dispatches from Washington.
NEW YORK, July 7.
The Tribune makes the following announce
ment: :; . : :. , . .'- ! it -..
WASHINGTON, July 7.
To-morrow is the dav agreed noon bv the
Presidsnt and his advisers, including General
Scott, for a grand combined movement on Ma
nassas Juootlon by flank and center oolumna.
The Times Bays a committee of Boston and
New Tork merchants are here is indbce
changes in the tariff. It looks as though little
would be done In that line at this session. "'
A motion will be maJe Immediately for the
appointment of a committee to' investigate
trauds in connection with for the
WASHINGTON, July 7.
The best evidence that tbe rebels at Manas
s&a Junction do not intend attacking our center
under uenerai Mouowell is that tbey nave lev
eled the forest to tbe ground for miles, encum
bering every route between Fairfax Court House
and Manassas, with heavy fallen trees, to pre
vent an advance of our troops. Of oourse, it Is
not Beauregard's Intention to advance this side
of such eocumbranees, as tbey would forbid a
safe retreat for bis forces.
This hidden barrier to the advance ofour
grand army ia taken as an Judication that rein
forcements . have been sent to Gen. Johnson,
who is expected to give battle to Gen. Patter
on. ""IT i ' v. ;: ?. m . v ..
A letter received here from Ferandina, Fla.,
by a gentlemen recently employed by the rail
rood, company between- that point and Cedar
Keys, states tbat tbe rebel forces were concen
trating there, and two heavy batteiiee had al
reaoy been erected. . i nis gentleman nas caneo
tbe attention ot tbe administration to tms mat
ter, and Is" urging them to send a naval force
sufficient to dislodge the batteries and effect a
landing, which he alleges can be done now with
little difficulty. This position l an important
one, and tbe Government will undoubtedly take
some action In the matter. ,
WASHINGTON, July 8.
with tbe War Department has been mucb inter
runted within tbe psst sixty hours, to th sur
prise and annoyance ef the Wot Department.
There is a report in the city, traced to a toler
ably authentlo source, that General Johnson
attacked General Patterson at Marti osburg,
and was repulsed with a loss- of 1,000 meo
killed and prisoners, - TV give the rumor, for
what it is worth. , , ,
The New Tork 19th and 5th left by railroad
tbla afternoon for Martlnsburg,' via Chambers
burg, t General Patterson aeoi for re-inforee-ments
several days ago.
According to Gen. Patterson's latest telegram
and tbe report of Col. Lamoo, who arrived tonight,
having left Martloiburg yesterday afternoon,
Gen. Johnson's force ooosiste of 15,000
to 16.000 Infantry, 600 cavalry and about SO
pieoee of artillery, posted about seven miles
from Martlnsburg. ' ;
Gen. Patterson has about 17,00(1 men and: SO
field pleeea. .i 6A. t s' .li :f'j
Tbe latest information received at headquar
ters says Beauregard personally oommands at
Fairfax Court House within fortified lines.
His precise force is' not known, it ifioludes
or 7 Houtb Uaroiiua Regiments.- ' , n I -A
bill reconstructing the Supreme Court will
soon' be Introduced into the House, and proba
bly be referred to a select committee, with
orders to report to the next session. .
At a Democratic caucus lsstr night, where
matters were informally canvassed, Mr .Val
landigham Intimated be preferred th preserva
tion of the Union.' .: , 1
He received very little sympathy..; , '
The majority expressed themselves strongly
ia favor ot giving thorough support to the Gov
ernment and making quick, work and no )ong
speech. ' ' ' ..... , ; ;..
Mr. Wright, of -th Luseme District, Pa-,
gave this policy his strongest support. Ken
tucky and Maryland old not attend this caucus.
[To the Associated Press.]
WASHINGTON, July 8.
One of the bills submitted by. Secretary Chase,
with hie report en the flnanoes, contains features
similar to those In tbe bill reported during tbe
eeoond session of the late Congress by Mr. Bing
ham, or uwo, commonly Mnown ae tbe loroe
bill.' . It places in the hande of th President
the military and naval power, to collect the rev
enue in eases where there are, any unlawful
combinations against, the laws of the. United
State, authorise blm to close disloyal porta
by proclamation, and provide for Carrying on
trade with any part of a State, as In the case of
Virginia, in favor of wbioh the Secretary of the
Treasury, as well as the . Postmaster General,
with respect to commerce and postal Accommo
dations have klready acted..'?. T.'t.'.-.'tj'''', i
Tbe contract for supplviog the War - Depart
ment, with: stationery lor the fiscal year.' was
awarded to rniMp a Solomons or this city, i
Capt- Van Vliet, it is said, has' been removed
a Quartermaster from, Fort Leavenworth, and
Capt. Eastoo appointed to the place.
romeroy, senator 'from nsnsas, has cnoeen
the seat formerly .Ocoupled by the Senator of
Virginias and his colleague, Lane, that ot Jeff.
There was" a skirmish ' last iilght between
picket of the Eighth Diattiot of , Columbia
volunteers and Virginia forces, on : the Other
side or ureal raiie; l ne formw lost one man
The enemy' were concealed In the . bushes
They were fired at, but with what effect is not
asoartoined. j i t -jii ia
The Impression her I that ftenresentatives
Cirllsle and Van Wynkle.of parkereburg, will
be elected united states, oenawra oy neA,gis-
ibur m nuaaiuu awwMug. .:u i?i s' i
[Special to Post.]
[Special to Post.] WASHINGTON, July 8.
Col. Bnrnsides has the oommand -eTth '!
Rhode Island, the lit New Hampshire and. the
(1st li . x . nagiueuts wta tuw. (ana. wv, riga
dler General, -. imk-.', nti twru i i. i
i . -T r V n i - ia .v. : 1. - r .1
It Is understood that all the regiments now
In thin rtkT-wlll hnnrrlpred ttl 'Vlrfflnla I m me
diately. Tflix. regimsnttln alllhavo left for
mantoBDurg. ,. ,--, 'j.js'Ji
Tbe waA'thef . ia loteDseiyj, Lot. interfarlDff
lomewbaa with military preparation. -
' .CoBnewwill devote to-morrow to' eoto'giee
[Special to Commercial.]
WASHINGTON, July 8.
. At noon to dev. there ware Uilrlv-foar dam
plete regimeate of Federbl troops oa th other
side or toe rotomao." TBirrj-one oi toem were
reaav to maron ataa nour's notice. ....
It Ie now orODOsed to modify , tbo present tar
Iff, so tbat ic shall yield one hundred million
wollarj annually. ' " ' '"' I
Th 9i Abode bland battery lXt Washington
Uiirla-v. ' Iti dtl nation la a aearet. ' " I
Tb Postniaster' irosrrha csUbirahdd,
J.ltri ta..tl ti. .i M.rfln.knVi. J !
ucuy iiai ykwou rtcrW wt ,UAf iuyauui.,0
Storm at Oshkosh, Wis.
OSHKISA, Wis., July 8.
A deatraollv tornado (wept over tbla city
twv o'olwsk this morniDg.Tinrooflnj;" houses
every direction, blowing dowri tr,es..4id;tiolDg
tmraanf tUmair. - .'.; ,-,( . . !
TbUrg flourioj mill of Oreea and Powers
was unroofed and ibe upper portion demolished
The tore of Bigger & Hill was unrooftdl
ana nnea wua water, namaging me goods i tf m
large amount. ,
a m- f.i - ... .
The steamer Showanaw was blown out 'of
herdoek aod made eompUte wreck. Tbe
steamer Benin, city nas ner smoke stacks 'ana
upper cabin carried away, and, was otherwise
I Houses in all
parts of the city were lifled un
and carried several feet, and in some oases
turned completely around. Some were entirely
demolished. i --
Tbe wind was accompanied by a violent hail -;
storm,' and tbe-lightniug was terriflo, ktrlking
several places." .
No loss of life is yet reported. ! h'
BALTIMORE, July 8.
Three letters are received from the agent of
the AsotTOoTTfWs7arTllAiUoburg., The
last, dated Saturday evening,etaUs no ' move
ment yett . , i
Skirmluing'takoi place befweon tho pickets
Geo. Johnson's foroe is eetlmated at -20,000
men and 82 pieces a cannoo. ' ' t- s ;.
. lo the aff'ir at Hainesvillo Geo. Pattortob
commanded personally, .
Io tbe affair at Great Falls two District of
Columbia volunteers were killed. Tbe rebels
suffered to a greater extent. Tvr : ;.
Tbe ' Potomao separates the parties bat the
fight was kept up at intervals.
[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial]
POMEROY, O., July 7.
Col. Norton, with one hundred and fifty men,
haa just returned ' from -an expedition into
the country. ' He captured four horses, six
teen bead of fat cattle, and two mules from the
rebel.. ,,. , -, i . .:, . I
Information has also been received that Gov.
Wise, with a body-guard of fifty men, under
Captain Patten, was fired at by the natives, near
Sessonville. . Wieeand Patten sie supposed to
be mortally wounded, and forty of the guard
killed. Tne report is undoubtedly true In sub
stance, bat the wounding of Wise and Patten
needs confirmation. All quiet bere to-day.
FORTRESS MONROE, July 7.
' young man came In to-day as a deserter
from tbe rebel army. He was impressed Into
the Confederate service some time since. He
represents their case as desperate. ,,
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK. 8.
FLOUR Is i to 10s better! bat the demand It not
very actlre at tbo advance. Bales of 11 duo ban els at
93 053 70 for eaperOne state; 4 itwi 73 lor skipping
brands una round boop Ohio-, 4 oUjMI 00 for trade
brands do. Market clslo( qaltt. Uaoaoian Hoar la
moderate request and a shade firmer for common
ersdei. Bales of 600 bbls at 47 for eominon to
KYE fLOUR Tf Ithout Important change; $2iOJ380.
' OUBN MBAi In moderate request bales of 4W
bblsi 95 for Jersey) 33 lu for brandy wine. .
' WBI8KY In m duraie rei)uestat ULCoangsd prices.
Bal-S of 4SU barrels ail4Jt. -. ,
WHKAT-1. 1 to So bsiwc with a fair business doinc
for sxport at the adYuoce rates. Bales of S4.U00 bushels
attAiji as UUU bu.b.l. Amber lose at B3(aiS6a for
prime to very choice; U.3MI busheU goldea bay bprloi
at Silo. GO) buahels Badltie soring at 0o; winter rtj
western at tl OS SI 08; 8,7l0 bushels oommon white
We. ero sttl 121 15, J 0,0 white Kentucky atai S3;
10.0UO bu-h.ls uauadian club at SI 14.
B E-Q.ilet at 49S52o for western; 67308c for State.
Baiee of 4.H0U busbele eute at 68c. . .
BaBLEY and BahLiY MALT tjnehanaed. -
COIIN Rules hesry with prices still lu favor of the
bner. Bales of 62,000 bushels at 39342 for unsound
and oommon now mixed western; 43&44 for good and
oommon do.-' . , ... , n
JJ9T'0M t53S? for irettern and Canadian, and
Maso for state. - ' ' , .
. ' fOKK In moderate demand anil market a shade firm
Ir..f?i.M5'' '' t "0 His at $H73 lot Uh;
(14 60 for uninspected do; 110 for nrlme.
BSE 4h BBEF Continues stesdy. Biles of 300 bill at
4,Mor 0B,ry measi 8l0 for repacked mess;
ivu iur ira mess, rrime most beer ami ana non
btttt MM Continues quiet. Sales of 500 bUl
westsrnat eu 5014. i
OUT MEATS Kulennlef. .' - - '
LABODnchanged In prices and In moderate drmand.
Bales of SOU barrels at BaOi. -
fcUrTEB Is selling at 713Xo tvt Ohio snd 715o
tor auiie-. ....... .
NEW YORK, July 8.
Decrease In loans B4,9 34t: ioo.wue in soaole S3.
858,104; deereate in circulation 1524 245; Increase la
uaposiis ei,ow,vuv. . y
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA July 8.
FC.0C B Dall; Superfine St 50: .xua 4 75 5 23.
WUAiAT Unsetiled acd drooping; Oblcago spring
17oj)l3; winter (1 .01 IS; nsw &ed SI 19 white
o)iiotw. . u j
Ou&X Prima aoarcs at 53o. ..- , lu.--,
GROCERIES Firm. : j
tR0VISt0.N8 Dull. ...
WBL3KY Unsettled at 16(317. . '
CINCINNATI, July 8.
fLOCB Has only 'a moderate domeitio trt-ie, and
Drloea sr as mo oh denreised a ere. BirperfltiO will
not brlog over 3 75; Choice extra is said to have sold
al ).-" - ' - - - '
WHS AT Was a trifle firmer to-day mide so by lbs
reserve of sellers rather than by the wants of buyers.
Eed li quoted at 6SS05c; Wblte at 75$80j Bprln was
sold at 68s. ' -
COBN Is hard to bar at leu than 30c. thouch distil-
lers do not offer orer 89o.
OATS Are held at Me, thouih they do not sell ivailly
at thatflgurs. . . .
BABLKT Hasno mssltat. '
BY B-Is nominal at 48o. ' - ' -
WxlIflEY bias a lair market at 120 . . . ' -
CINCINNATI, July 8. Commercial.
CLEVELAND, July 6, 1801.
t LOUB Inactive and not quoutile.
WHBAT Bt-d may be quoted quiet at 80o. without
tale. A lot of SO" bush Wblte from store Sold at tic.
COBN-Dull at Bio. , , ;.. , . )
OATg Nothing doing. '' '' . ' '; 1
HIQHWINES 8als of bhli. SS do. and SO do. at
13 Ke, and to do at Ho. ., ,.
Kans-Qa et at IOtf. ," ' . ,;.
APPLEa 3aea of 133 bbll dried at Jo. ,
SOMETHING NE W
HOWARD & GO'S.
, AMERICAN: WATCHES. '
HALL AT NO, Sit. SODTIT BlIAIa'ST..
Vj , and eismlne oar new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES, . ;
manufeetered bv I. HOWARD Jc CO . Boston, tfaaa.
These Watches era -ess-superior to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. -Hmriog the exoiuslre agency.
I can asll thsm at prioee to suit ' times., I. have Just
reoviTou a large sicca ox Ai i.,.;.
' AMBRtCAKWATCHES,i-: '
manufaotand by , APPLE TON, TBA0Y, fc 00 .alio,
nn assortment ot
ENGLlsn AND SWISS WATCHES,
to Sold and Bllver Oases, at Panic prices, i
Jan3 . W, J. BAVAQ1. "
THB CO-PABIW EKSHIP IIERETO-
X. fore existing between the noderelgned, under the
nrmnsmeor auaoiKUSu at THUMfSON, waa sisaoiv
ea sy mutual consent on tno nrsi aay . ot April, ivol.
Tbe business of tbe late Arm will be settled by E. B.
AaMiraom, wno oontinnes tne tmiioeis at in old stand
- B. 'ABMBTRONO.
QWi a jiff .Mtei Salphur Springs.
DELAWARE CO., OHIO, j
' oT-LIVXXO IO, lOOl.
FAmnct nisiaino soAtpiRe bosiko thi ssasoh, cas
k- 1 1 ( I -ARrnttatonTsn at amrjOKB ami. 1 '1'
ACCOAatoni'lIji ST ICOOOKD SATIS
, FOR K00M3 OmSFOBUAlIOaf,
.a..,tj ABDHESS x;fi
j. A.swAtmE.l :
- tSwIs pcqterTy 0 M Delaware Qe Okltj.
aayiSidlmo.' ., ,:, K,
TITAN T E n. A GENTS TOSBtf,
VV packages of BTAIiONBUX and JKWSLHY,
prices one-tbird lets than eao be purobaasd elsewhere
van on or aauress (stamp eucuised; . u, UAlbBlL, no
iji court at soatou, tiaa, ,.. ., march adiswid-
STist.-OitiTTDK.- . Bttrir t. nimtiisis
' , StV KT. CHITTEN6EN
5-..;- ' WUd ATT0BNIY8 AT M"''
. ... - -r- :
O' Omces.' .829 Broadway Haw Torsv-Cltj,.
P ausoits' Botuxna, Commbus, Ohio. (' 'tirri
' vrrnrtilaiatla tiaU ta flnllaMtAna." r
fT'fla OHIO STATESMAII flTElAM
h i? F U
. & j. t
j ! , narU"! Increased lu akaady
MOST W LABOR ATE MAWITEE,'.;
:; ' f, ad i
wz rs CxrtlZ z i fno'iO
TIIE -EtA't'ST STYLES,
DHLS LADIKO, J j;
;r " r
:0 dat iicimrs,
, UfffeLg, CABDB,
0HBCK8, . vi
RAILROAD, INSURANCE, ,
.'And svsry descrlpUon .; I
r: i -
LETTER PRESS PSITrTIKCH i
-'. ; v'i .u' r:i
Equal to any Establishuient In tie gtata, and Upon
" terms whleh" i
th" ri compare favoratly with the
leading Eastera PrinHrif Hwscs. ' ! ' '
:- . . f 1 1 j -i j
. ;-. -II toil
very Facility? io fefd TJsj
q im ,ias , Mopnonon ct.lii i
I i. '.
. - A 3 D .
We offer put tsrvicea to all who may desire that 'dais
. , . of worfci .
, We have connect ed with our Establishment a;
' ' . r . . . . .' . .' i
;. ci ,V!.vreii r
" BLAJNK BOOK BINDERY,
from Whiclj ws prodac tho
-; i-J a
AUD the kost
. 8UPEEB SAIL BOAS BLAffZ B0O2S..
... . . 3.;.tii.-t-. . ,
ji ui t :v --. J
fs to tteAnrtteft' -'
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i. - .' . !.-. i-.'j: . vrnrf II
v u .Vli .t." l l'.'.-.Tl I-.,
rn most ''r ,l
i . . .j nn.-
lr It t -.
: ...i'Gl-i.M. A tiasaoi.
ITO TBI MOST
PERFECT IN ' OBG ANIMATION
In this City, and wo may add,
WE -WlUi .FAVORABLY, COMPARE
? 1 ' :i
.i:r ii.:-. '
RICHARD NKYIXS, j ,.-
r.'-n i ' ! ' ' : L' -ii.
Ohio MiliUa aniT Volunteer
i t.T,.1 ) . ma r-i MfT S! J '
, .nr. ro;;t:tv.r'
(o:l.'r.")JW.A. s'i. Vtw 'cm ' -
rTTflE 47th, alh,S9th atNO lilth BSOtMItNTB OHtt)
X VOLONTBKS. to bt mustered Into- the service
thoDalssd SMtoatbr.tkne yaasa, llli. bs rgaaited
me ioi towing manner; ,, .,.,(
Thetroons comnottni thS 14th. 13th. 16th. ITin. 18th.
IBib, fittth, 91st and BKa Beetmaata, asasr then adw
the servl s of th Btata, wilt bavo praoedeeoa ln.aeioi
enrolled for thesenkeof tbe TJoittd States io tliseAtent
of forty omeanlea '.,!: '.' .j .:;iiu ,
.IheCoieaevoCtlMoSISeragltitmai wll preeted
asceitala, through the oVcera of their ooavonieai
names of tbe men time willing to volunteer h tbe fJ.
tervloe; whieb-aanie wtH1 eearrtngad eaaspaof rolls
ot not leas than eiahtr-rhrae, aor more tbaa ana hundred
snd one each, and will bo designated by tne' number,
we- regiments mm wnton tnev an taasn, wita ins addi
tion ot the Bumbsra 1, S, 3. stcM ss a tampoxoiy dlatiao
uon unui organisM into aew regiments. I
These nils will be forwarded to tho adjutant General
St Oetambaet bvtbe-iOier av of JvsVMBSn rlsnald
man than forty aoApanlts ad toua asstaUso, the asoeea
oontliilng of thoas o anpanles having the amalleat a um
ber of names, will be dropped. . ,-.,..(
i As toon ss Uio oompey rolls an aatvmd, tie organ
of the regtment wilt bt made, and tho field
noere appotnteu r-r r-r m I
At suah lima and .plac at may btt designated by
Gaiaral oouunanJlng, th omBaaleo.wlll be aasembk-d
hr- retflmenm -and taomlnita thlr vhtnnanw aftk-wre.
wblcb nomination will bs osrtiOd to by tba'Ooioaen
appointed to th nspectlvo itglmantt, and. 'he cerelB-
csLtes inosmitica ny tnem to ta AfljataBt utoerei
tlolnmlma' ''' ' " - - ' f
As soon is tb nrtntnttton f the onlcers of Snw rf
meat It mads Sod property aaiUAed, the offlcrs will
once assume tneir rkspectiTs-eoniasuas, and tp rrgiment
will be mattered! Into the service of the United B tales
three years ' ' ' '" ' ' ' ! ' i
Oommissiois''lil"l)lnei'Iir aceordanoet vrllli
Certificate ol'.Bomlnaitoa, aatett tha-Gomesander-tn-Chief
shall, for aufllclent raasoni, deoiln to oonflna
same.. ' . .. j
Th remaining troop of tbs sin regiments, la
Jlertice of. the Btata f OblOvtiiU. raUlo. Jbelr present
raaimentaliirraeiaatloa, natll sauatered out oi too
vio aad arb rttrateat HA. b vmoat. the eomman
tbd senior smosr not laalude In lata new rraaiaalion
" OU.hU tm aa.m. laa La 1. Skew I hMI At
oommlsslonecT offloere, th commandant of t.r jlment
, ciiuu.u 1 1 aa il'l.ll mi umhwwim U .VI , h.iuwi-i
CHUUtU SiaailiOJU tt) ft VVMOJ bmUlOOl IMJ AWft VI s.. w
will detail a nroner anlftr tn the eommand et.tuck f
mantary omyaoyv who wiU ni. charge. tbAo( An
mustared oat ot tb terries- , t -.f u It
.ByO(dri tb gomjnander-tnbnlef. p I
-Jt.iwi.iii .:. '.aayytija aav.avv
(i nitirlS. lL lIcLSiAK'S'V
a'i urease; ateiaeajr la) Tta Arld,
i tu-w.ijt a hjLxrbraW' at.r fjj
it; LmX ltt eenitiae and
"Teaman io oompeuad, . n
V' locrdb)f tbo distil-" i
i--' ottMnor aveew, Heitja
-'-and- BarloV- Tellow ' 'r
) Doohv B4 lotti -"
a.Vaaparllkh S I I 4
liuerry Mark aae Daa.
-wens woven imo iut
aniMitl.1. Th. .n . - . .
Bffpre yrJrjD5r' rwallalirlTakInj
prtaelele M eaoa Ingredient latnoroogniy exrraciea oj
saynew method of distilling, producing!, delicious, ei
hUeraticg spirit, and 4 avost Wf ALLLBLH remedy for
renoTaUna the dlasasad aystem,. and reaiortug Jie sick,
snaerlai and. debilitated JUaVALIQ to HEALTH and
ft.y ' '""1 '. '!'
Mca.KAN'S TREMOTHEiSlrft OOBe
' Will effectuAllf effrf
' (TlrrenaetIImos TViii, Dbeasss of thd Efdneysi
') all dlasaaes arisla from a dfcesdered Liver or Htom
sen, Vyapepela, ilaarUxsra, uwara ruae, Actdtty oreioa
neae of the Btomach, fnllneaa of Blood to the Heal, Dull
Kin or swimming in the head. PalL.mtlon' of the Heart
llness or Weight in tbe Stomaen; -Bmrr -Irneratlons
Oheklng er suffosaUnc reeling whea lying down. Drrneas
or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Night 8 weals, la
ward levers. Pain in tho small of ths neck, cheat or side.
Buddea Husoes of Heat, Depnsstoa of Spirits, frightful
manse, Laacuoa, Deapoadsaey araoy NetvoosDIaease
Bores or Blotohes oa the Bkin, and ever and Avne (oi
Chills and fever.) - -. , r.i y ;
""."vera nillltni of Hemte
Dave been sold during the last tlx months, and In no In
stanos has It failed In giving entire satisfaction. Who,
then, will suffer from weakness or Debility when Mo
LB AN '8 STRENGTHENING CORDIAL wUl core you?
No language can convoy an adaquale Idea of lbs Imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by exoess, weak by
nature, or unpaired by sickness, tbe relaxed and nnshrnog
organisation Is restored to Its pristine health and vigor.
JBAUUIED PEBSOIMS, .,
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean a Strengthening Qordial a thorourb
legeamtov of tne system; us nil wno may bare inlured
koemstlvM by knpraper indulgencaa, will End la tne Cor
dial a oertaln and speedy remedy.
' To the X.attltea
MeLean'g Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy ear for" ": '
Obstructed er Difaoall MsmtmaUon, Inoontlnence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, fainting sad all Diseases incidne t
famaloe.-: .: t - re . 1
- - Thsr i bo Mistake About it. -
Sailer bo longer. Take It according to Directions. It
wlllstlmulate, sirengtnen ana inrigorate you an-i canse
fasbloomof health to mount yonreaeefc again.
' Every bottle fcwarranssd to give aatisiaetlo.
. ' . ., FOB CUILDHEN. .
" If year eWldren are sickly, punv.or afflicted, MoLsanY
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and sotmtt. Dela)
not a moment, try It, and yoa will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
Oautior. Beware of Dra'gglttaor Dealera who mat
try to palm upon yoa soma Bitter er BanaparUla traat,
which Ukej eaa say caeap, ny sayini it is just as good.
Avoid snch men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take notblng else. It ia the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strentthen the avstesa. . '
One tablespoonfts! taken every morning fasting; Is a
oertaln Dreventivearcnolerm, Uhilm and rarer, iello'
fever, or any prenient aiseaaea. it is put up in largo
bottles. : '
Price only fi per eettie, or s bottles for .
i - J.H. MoLBAN,
'" ' lole Proprietor of this Oordial,
Also McLean's Tolcanle Oil ulnlmeut,
Prtndpal Depot en the oorner of Third and Pine streets,
Bt. Loau. bo. '
- McLean 'a Volcanic Oil Liniment.
f b best Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain euro for Oaaoors, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Onronle or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Btlfi
neas of tin joints, oontneted Muscles or Ligaments.
Earache- or Toothache, Bruises, Bpraine, Wonnds, fresh
Cuts, Ulcere, feoi Seres, Oaaed Breasts Bore Nipples.
Bums, Bcataa, oore moai,nr any innammauon or ram,
no difference bow severe, or hor long the disease ma)
bar existed. McLean's Oelebrttcd Liniment ia cer
decrepitude and misery by
nee of this invaluable mad-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relievo pain almost Instantaneously, and It wll
oleanes, purify nd baal the foulest sores in an Incredl
ly abort tune. . , -
,.;n.JFo Horse and Other 'Anliual.
" SfcLean a oslebrated Liniment la the only ssfs and re-
i Uable remedy for thoonre of Spavin, aung Bono, Wind
aalla. Bnlints. Unnatural Bumot. Nodes or Swellinrs. II
wiU never fail to care Big Head QlLKliUi'litul, Old
inaniag Bona oi Bweeay, u properly applied, ror
ImIm 1 ,,al,hi. naaa crm WuBnda. flrarkad
BeelaTohafea, Baddla ox Collar Galls it is an Infalllbls
remedy. Apply It av directed, and a cars 1 certain la
avers imUano.' . t tt ..it.' i
,, Thea trtis a loagar witk the Assay worthless Llnl-
sseau -attend to yoa. Obtain a supply of Br. McLean's
otlebratad Liniment. ' It will oun yoa.
. . J. 1. m CLEAN, Bole Proprietor,
'Corner of Third and Pino Streets, St. Lonla, Mo .
I ot sale by oil druggist,
for sals by r - . SOBIBT8 A IAMTJIA,
axOb-AAwU l . L C - Oclnmbus. Ohio.
PROF. U. MILLER'S
Aa Eflectlte,; Safe and EoonomicaJ
Compourid, , '', , ;
"' FOR RESTORING GRAY HAlB i
to Its original oolor without dyeing, oaa preventing
Hair from tarning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And ootng K, when there Is the least psrttcls of vltall
or reoupentlva energy nmalnlng.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUF
And all cutaneous aifeetions oftbolcalp.
FOR BEAUTIFTING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It at aneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
It soft aaa Susy . .ta ua ' extun, ana causing it to eurr
Tbe ereat oaieontv ana unui ne aemaoa ror wis un
qasied preparation, ooavtncea the proprietor tbat on
trial la only necessary to ead fy a discerning public of Its
aananrlaraaalltiasoverasur.otfeas BreparaUoa la us. It
oteanses tbe bead and scalp from dandruff aod other
cutaneous diseases, canting tbs hair to grow luxuriantly
giving It rich, soft, glossy and lexible appearance, and
also, where Aht balr la looming and tninnlng, I
Strang th and rigor to tb roots and restore the growth to
boss part wuoa oar oeoome naia, oausin
vh nn i as see wf aaie w w...
Tears on baadrade at Udieeand isaUemea la - Nsw
Tork who have bad their hair nstored by the an of this
Tn.imrator. whcb all other srepsratlont hare failed. L.
At. has ia hie possesslba letters innnmsnble te.tifying
to th above facts, from person of the highest reusecta
Mliiv. It will effectuallv prevent the hair from turning
aniU tbe latest period oTTire; and la oases wberctho hair
baa already ohangad Itscams, the as of the Inrir orator
niwrtheartatiitv soetoia It to let Ittonstnal hue. sir
ing It a dark, glossy appearaoos)- - A a perfume for th
toilet and a Hair Heetoratrv It ta particularly recom
mended, Bavng aa agtssaew innaaeei aaa aae great ta-
MUtiaa iLaffosda it, dieasini Bt hair, wmctu wbstt moist
widr see tavHrorueev sa- oa anesea ay nquino
torn seas so pe.se rva Ua place, whether plaUipr la ourlsi
bono the great demand tor It by.tno ladles as a sssndsrd
toilet article which non ougnt to be wiuo,ti.uu one
plsoee it witftio ta reaoa oi au, w Jig.
Only Twenty-Fivt 'Centa
parbotla, to be bad; at au reepeotiMa. Druggitts and
v.. natll wwMal( UavaUantieaef Parents and
Guardians to ta as o Bis Uvigoraer-in eases when
th children's nair inoiinc ia -weaa .. int an or
lava the (oundaUea far ftfpad Aewt , Aaers- as It n.-
moves any Impurities tbat may ear aasom connected
nh Uia n o. tn nmovai oi wmoa as -aceaasery oou
tor th health of. tb ehUd, aad th futur appearance
a. a. I. -. ' ' - " - 1
II. t.".. I 9 I
Oatmo. Hon genuine without th fo-etmtra LOUIS
rti t.B Mtn on the outer wrapper: also. L. MM
LIU'S BAJJt IMTIOORATOB, M. blown i Abe
,1Wholr"Tepo1,5o'TeyTliM fia aoH by all 'the
inl aiarehaala aad Br unit ts throushout the world
XJaaisJdaeooetittopuronajera bj.tne,juantity. j
1 1 also desire Co present t tb Amertcsb Public my
LIQUID UAIR DYE,
which, afttr yean ot, nlenttflo experimenting; Y bavt
bromht to DOrtrction. It dm Black or Brown Instantly
without Injury U Vb Pair or Bkjnj warrjintej .h
rtilM ,tn ats in existence.
PRiCE ONLY 60 CENTS. I
AOepoCUS- Dey BCNewQTm.
viviii.'n ayjyjxJi j
vfasa rat -"roWv av.ariein"
i;xia,ss ,a.uoi, u r, avcaa
rrtaT wrtrtT.TrfMi Ot THS KaTrnfB'. TRBA
Umf AWn AIHf)LODJO(PKRMATORttU4
m " - - . -.- T ' ,
or Bemlnal Wesknees, sexual uebiitty. nervoa.neee.ia
Impoteney.. ntultlDg from
air-eboM, Ac ByftoM. J. Colvsrvell, M. D. Beot
nnderseaL in pla'a envelop t nf addressjost
paid, oa receipt of two stamps, By nr. vjhab. .v
kLISa. 1VJ Bowery . Hew Xork. Vast 0o Box, Mo
X6. ' ' 'l ' '
. -.. f
V. L r Iff
war -.. .,-w
Aa xprle4eed None and female Fbysfelaa, presents
- " - - t to the attention of mothers, nor '
800 T H IN G S YRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
nntg the gums, reducing all InflammaUoa wU 1 allay
ALL PAli and spasmodic notion, and "
8TJRBrTOKEOUI.ATE THE BOWEL
Depend npon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
JELIZr iSD HEALTH TO TOTJR prrillfe.
We have put up and eold thia article fur orer ten sears
and CAN BAY, IN OONf IDIUCE AND TBUTH, of It,
what we have never been' able to aay of any other medi
cine NRVEU HAS II P AILBD, IN A 81NQLB) INST
ANCE, IO Hit BOT A CCHat, ahen timely need. Mer
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who ased.it. . On the contrary, all are delighted with Its
operaUona, and speak in terara of odmmendalton of Its
magical eOects aod medical virtues. We speak In this
matteruWHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience. AND PLEDOB OUK KBPUTATION fORTIll
fULILLHBNT4JP WSAf WIS UKRB DBClTAkJ. In
almost erery Instance where the Inlant ie suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after thesyrup Is administered.
Thie valuable preparalUm is the prescription of one of
the most EXPBftlKNUBDand SKILLFUL NURtBBIn
New Borland, and baa been used with MBYEE f AIL
ING SUCCESS In
'J'BSOtJajAIVDfS OF CASES.
Itnotooly relieves the child from pain, bat ravigor
ates the etomach and bowels, oorreots acidity, and glvei
tone and energy to the wbole system. It will almost in)
6B:P.KO IX THI EOWEIS, AMD WIND C0UC
and overcome convuisiens, wnloh. If not speedily reme
died, end In death We beliere It the BGsT and 8UB
EST RBHH0Y IN TUB WORLD, In all cases ofOU
ENTERY and D1ARH1KEA IN CIIILDRaiM, whether
II arises from teething, or from any other cause. W
would ssy to svsry mother who h.eachHd snlTeiitgfrom
any of the foiegnlr g eoiuplaliits DO NOT LET Y0IJB
PUBJUDIOBS NOB TQK PKKJUDIOESOV OtUERb
stand between you and sour suffering child, and the re
lief that will be 8UKE yes. ABSOLUTELY BUB! to
follow tbe use of this medicine, if timely used, f nil di
rections for using will aoeompeny each bottle None
genuine unless the facsimile of CURTIS dt PERKINS,
New fork. Is on tbe outside wrapper.
Bold by all Drngglsta throughout the world.
Prl clpul Offices 13 Cedar Street N.Y .
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Is precisely whst Its name Indicates, for. whllt
IpUasant to tbe ta.te. it is rrrlvifyi og, exhilsrat-
ling. Invigorating and airengtheaing u the vital
bowers, aod at the esme time leriviflcs. lein
nates, and renews toe Kioou in all Its purity, anc
thus at nnce rtuwrt ana rmatri vn tv.rem in
nlnwrabU to atticlct odiiMH. It I. tbe only1
. .reparation ever oileiej to tne world, so cbemi-
H.aiU and s illfally oomhloed ss to be tbe most
p wermi ioi.i. ami at iub same time so perrecuy
ulapted to, as to act lu per eat ace nlance with tnf '
sws of natme, and hence will suolAa (As tceact'Lj
kfonuicA, and tone up the dilative organs, and 11
thus allay su nervous ana otner irritatioa. It 1 1
ueriectly exhilarating, anu at the same time It l;l
composed euttrely of vegetables, yet so combined
las to produce tne roo.i tnoroutn tonic eOect, witn-
out pr-jtlucing any Injurious crjnsrquences Hucba
t remeay nas lung rxen leu to oo a ue.ideiatom v
he medical w.irl.i, ror it needs no medkal skill I
Ibatdebii-ty follows all attacks or dUfase.jiD.il.
proreeds and indeed lajs the .ys.rm open to the
Itsidloiisattacss or many or tne most ratal, such,
for example, as tbe folloving: Consumption, In-
'digestion, Ovspcpela, Loss of Appetite, t aintneas,
Nervous irritaoiiity. neuralgia raipltationol riiei
Uearti Meuwcholy,Mght8weaU. auguor.Glddl-ll
loeaa, Ketentlon of, as well as Painful obstructed.!!
too nrofuae. cr too roint Menitrnatlnn, and Pall-
Uogof the Womb. Then all depeLd upon general
debility, mis purs, nesnny, tonio toniui soil
tfloud Itenovator u as sure to cure as tbe sun to
ries snd set. i'liere is no misuke about it. But L
.h e Is n"t all. t the ssiem Ie aeakeoed. wc are
men to hlllousatlarss, tbe liver boues tdrnid.
,r worse diitared. tbe kidneje refuse to pei'oru.11
heir funeitons, and we are troubled wl-n tcaldini'l
tnd lccouilrence of urine, or tuvoiuotary d t I
rh.rx ol the rame. pain in the beck, slue aiid
I'wcen tbe shoulders, txceedint ly li.blt to tlikbt U
leuhts. coughs, atd ii' u. decked, soon eaaclatl'iiii
Itollnwi, and the pitie-1 g.esrtown to a prem.iurcj
r grave. But space will out allow us to enumerate (
liibe many III. to which we sr. liable lo a weei,efl V
condition of the t stem. But we will say, In this)
sv Cord si and Blood Henoratir you tme s penc'tj
sfe, pietuiot and tffectnal remedy for lust of Ij
0' Appetite, btiloesnesa. flstuleDre weak and lickjVV
itomb. Laoi(U'.r, Liver Complaint Chills and
Fever, orai.y Bilious ailvk, Uosiivenest. acidity
f tbs Stomach, Nerruu.Dets. Neuralula, Paiplta-'
O tlonof the Heart, Depression tf Spirits Bores. M
Pimples on the Face, or sny disease arising from ssj
Lmpure blood, such ss Scrofula. Erysipelas. Bron i
hitis, Oough, difficulty of Bresihiog. and all ibat
O'ttlass of diseues called feo-ale weakoess aod M
enumerated ahore. We will tin say tbe traveler LJ
er, will find its pleaiant. sale snd sure iemed,'r
and none should ever travel without. Keader.! jr.
CAIVV Ml CIUeiUIVB, .11..,. VI VIIUI.I, BUU
try it. forweaisureyoutou will find in It a riend
Inilaail aa wall aa a rriMiil In naail. All nai.nn. r.f
Isedeotary hab:ts will find It a pertect preventive oil A
u well otcuralor thoaeailmeDta to which they ate y
pamcuiariy exposed, nenoe minisien.iiaaeaia.M
torneys, ll'erary g.utlemen.and ladies who are not
aocut'Omed to muctl ou'door exeicise, will Bud it
o their advantage to keep a bottle cou.tautiy en
hand; and, anove all-, mothers, or these iiecoming1
such', will go through tha-. most dangerous period
art only wtb all their acemtomrd strengih, but
safe and free from the thousand ailments to prev
alent among the female portion of the world. . Ir.
,hort, I- Is Indeed a mother', cordial. Try It, old
andioung; no longer run the il.k or delay; It win
relieve end orove lteir emnhiticalir a Jieitora
tit Cordial and Stood Renovator.
Oa I. WoOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, If ew
York. aod 114 Market Street. Bt. Louis, Ho., snd
told by BOBaBTS at BaMUCL, Columbus. Ohio,
and all good Druggists. Price One Dollar
per Bottle. marcbi8-ds.weowiy
JJJ.JeJS--J i n i" '
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS.
NEWARK OHIO, '
.Tl an u fact u vera of all ttlnd f for
table aud Mationtary ft) mane csa
gio, daw Mill, urtat JAlii. 't
f akCas cVCe ( I' ' .ini-i
LAtft SODtTl Statml B.t. BtAltDl Boaitnl
J. at T. B DUX ALL BtUm III COLUJCBCS
K MAQBWS CO. JSoatmlllt BBiMtOBD
at OO. BtaUnll tin -rfc
Oar Portibl Xugln .and Saw Kill
Was awantfd tae Jitat premium of W at tho Indiana
State fair for FCU over Lane A Bodley't on aoccuut oi
lightnetts, eimpliciiv, eeonenji ,ef iuet
ind superior character of lumber sawed.
Odf SUtiouarv Bnslne was awarded at the same fall
the ftret premium of tM).
Oar Boratbl Sngbi waa awarded th Ant premlna o
1UU at tu fair at Memphis, lean., over Blandy'e Da
vtre;oiumus aui-aitM vo s.,ana nraaiuru a,ui
by a aommltiM ot pruclical &ailroadBnglncera.K.
for price ana terms sourest . . , ,s
W1LLABD WABIfKB, Treasurer,
dacS-dkwlyeohu I , 1 a ' V ' ( Newatk. th
i :; r ! ' - - - r
.. .U'liolcaai tad Uetoll Deaier lai
TOBAITO; SIjUFF;& flGARS
.'Uatataatly ss hand all tho T
. riotae BJAAN ( of
. 'pci. vn-,id..- v. . ',; : " .
Bg, RACSIEIs SIIKETIUGS AND
BUIRTINOb, all widths, ef mostoelebreted makjs,
aowolfered la grtatest varte J and at very low prkoa,
, '- rain a. bOlt,
prllf M- " " No. t South nigh street.
A L,KX.ANAfsfcM H1U ULUVt.a.
V All llaet and oolora Just opened at BAIDB,
4.ll. - Bo. 8uth High street
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