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TboAdama Express Company places U dailj
under obligations to it for the very latest papers
,irm the eastern cine. -y',7 ; ,'k
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The American ExpraM Company has our
thank for its daily favor In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers. ;.- .. '-. ' ,
Notice to SDJ0ipc9. CUy subscribers to
tt,. 1W Slat ti man. who may chans their
dwellings or places of business at this season
of the year, are requested to notify our carriers,
or leave word at our couutlogr-ooin, of the
places at which they wiab- their papers left
thereafter. " ' r - '
'Council Proceedings. The ' City Council
met last eveulr-g, and was called to order by the
late Clerk. The following are the members
holding overs . . '
Firet Ward, O. Doutyj Second Ward, A.' B.
Battles; Third Ward, Theodore Corastock;
'Fourth Ward, Isaac Eberljj Fifth Ward, L. J.
Metier. .
Theodore Comstocc was called to the Chair,
and the credentials of the members elect hand
- ed to htm. The new members were then sworn
into office by Mayor English. Tbolr names
First Ward, L. L. Smith; Second Ward,
Luther Donaldson; Third Ward, A. O,
Blalri Fourth .Ward. Horace Wilson; ' Fifth
Ward, James Staurlng.
LuTHia Donaldson was elected President of
the new Council on the flrat ballot.
, The bonds, with the oattiof office attached,
of the several City Officer elect were presented
and approved. These officers are:
Wray Thomas, Major; J. J. Funston, Clerk;
Samuel Thompson, Marshal; Wm. Armstrong,
Treasurer; Francis Collins, Solicitor. --
Messrs. Doutt, Buttlis and Staoriko were
appointed a Committee on rules for the govern
mentof the Council for the ensuing year.
A resolution was adopted requesting the Solic
itor to report at the next meeting, whother the
Council has any legal authority to elect or pro
vide by ordinance for the election of a Mayor
pro lm'. " ,","r'- " '
The claim of Tnos. Asbury, deceased, was
referred to Meosr. Buttlis, Eberlt, Btadrino,
and the Solicitor.
The ordinance to grade and pave the side
walks, gutters and crossings, and to grade and
macadamize the roadway of High street from the
north Hue of tho city to the north side of Mound
street, was taken up, and, on motion, was refer
red to a select committee of three, consisting of
Messrs. Mslrr, Comstock and Dodtt. . .
The ordinance empowering "the Columbus
Railroad Company" to construct and operate a
Street Passenger Railroad on High atreet, in
tho city of Columbus, was taken up, read the
third time and referred to a select committee
of one Mr.. Buttles. . ,
The Concert Last Night. Notwithstanding
the wet and disagreable weather last evening,
the csncert of the Ctecilies-Verein at Armory
Hall was well attended. The vocal and instru
mental musio was alike charming and highly
coonneaded. This association, the Cacilien
Verein, embraces, wo learn, nearly fifty ladies
and gentiemeo, some of whom have already es
tablished a reputation as musical' performers.
Tho general desire is for another Conoert by
the company. A more favorable evening would
doubtlojs insuro a crowded boose.
Tm New Cirr Orriccss The certificates of
election, theTjonda, and other credentials 'fit
qualiGcatlon, of Jbe Mayor and the other vCity
Officers elect were approved by the Council at
tbelr meeting last eveuiug, and the new officers
were thus duly inducted Into office. , We under
stand that Mayor Thomas and Marshal Thom
bom were busily engaged this forenoon In attend
ing to the cases of some violators of city ordi-
'" Mutual Lips In3urahcr CourANr' ot Nw
ToRK.-rPartios baying policies in this company
will take notice that Mr. Frederick J. Fat has
been appointed agent for this city. This ia a
very responsible company its assets now
amount to nearly iteen million of dollar. All
persons desiring to insure in a responsible office,
will Add (t to their advantage to call on the
agent. All the profits are divided among the
Insured. - n . ,.. ,
UTA Diatriot Conveutiou of the Sabbath
School Officers and Teachers of the Methodist
Episcopal Churches of this city will bo held in
the Town Street M. E. Church, to-morrow (Wed
nesday), the 10th Inst., at ten o'clock A. M.
All who feel an interest. In Sabbath Schools
are urgently requested to attend. -
O The bouse of Mr: Jamcs Wolcottod, the
east side of the Scioto river, in Franklin town
ship, was entered last Sunday night by borglais,
who effected their entrance by raising a window.
Tbey proceeded to Mr. Wolcott's bed-room,
and, while he was asleep, rifled his pookets of
two hundred dollars. " ' j '
MoCasi Bodnd Ovia The examination of
the Policeman, Barnrt MoCabe, before Justice
MIllir, on the charge of-an assault upon Rob
est rNDioits, with Intent to kill, resulted
yesterday in MoCabe's being bound over to an
swer tho oharge at ttaa next term of the Court
of Common Pleas. ,1 . " . ,
- STHonw Edward Everett, of Massachusetts,
will lecture at Armory Hall, on Saturday and
Monday evenings next, April 13th and 15th. As
combining the orator and scholar " tn one,
Mr. Everett Js the most distinguished man In
O Two impottant measures are expected to
oom'eTeioTe the CityConncif,' aFllie meeting
next Monday evening, April nth-Mine. Is the
ordinance relating to a Street Railroad; and the
other Is the ordinance lor grading; paving and
macadamising High street. -
07 At the present term, of the Court of Com.
moa Pleas at Lancaster,', Miss Sarah C. Stolti
obtained a rerdlot for six hundred dollars dam
ages against Jacob Show alter for breach of
marriage promise, J.. , . ; v ' t ,
O In the municipal election at Lancaster
on the 1st lost all the Democratie candidates
for" City and Township,' with an exception
two, were elected.. Tho majority for the Demo
' cratio candidate for Mayor was 291.
IT A movement Is said to be on foot to or
ganise a new Temperance Lodge In this city
to be called "The Good Templars ol the Capl
ii i
LCT There Is nothing more essential to a trft-
velar's complete outfit, than one or more bottles
. of Guernsey's Balm. It Is like taking
family pbjilolaa with you on your Journey,
Rail Road Time Table.
Littls Miami Jc Ocumsot Xiwu R. H,
" - Arrives.
ate P.M.
A. M
1.40 P. M.
1:30 A.M.
Aooommodatlon. 0.10 A. M. .
No SB 8J0P.M. ,. t
Night Express. .... A.M. ;
. Express and Mail 1.00 P.M.,'
Might Express ML M. .
Correal, Ohio B. B. '
Express Train ... 3.00 A. U
Mall Train.. 9.40 t. M.
PrrnaoaaB, Oouttao fc Cinctinun B. 1
Bxpreai Train.... ........ S:00A. M.
Mail Train 0.40 P.M.
Ootcwacs A Iirntawavous A. B.
Columbus, Plqna A Indiana B. R.J
. Express Train... .... SslOA M. 11:10A,M.
Express Train 8:43 P.M. 8:10P.M.
1.30 A.
8.30 P, M
t:W P. Mi
.Coughs. The sudden oh anees of onr ell mat
are sources of Pulmonary , Bronchial and Asth
matio Affections. Experience bavina proved
,!... . ! 1 - j . r. j.f
KTri. taken" In the R "if Te
disease, recourse should at once be had to
'brown't Bronchial Trochti." or Lozensea. let
toe toia, iouko, or irriution or the Throat be
ever so slight, as Dv this precaution a more e
rious attack may be effectually warded off.
runiio aoeaicers and Bineers will find them ef
fectual for clearing and strengthening the
voice. See advertisement. For sale wholesale
and retail, by Roberts & Samuel, No. 24 North
High street, S. Samuel Se Co., No. 85 South
High street.
Wood's Hair Restorative has acquired a
reputation from actual test and experiment
wnicn eannot do enbanoed by newspaper puBs.
In our own vicinity it has been extensively used,
Anil n holla, in w .... .uh
uoiioto iu orerj nn win every utwirea i
result, and receives the universal endorsement
or an who have tried it. We therefore recom-
mend it as one of those few genuine weitrome
.l,i.h .,miit,. .it i r .it .v.l
. .. . ... .
w an(1 gray could desire Columbia Spy.
fLTWe congratulate our readers , noon the
discovery of a cure for Rheumatism, Gout and I
Neuralgia, and all Mercurial Diseases, whloh
is effected without the use of internal medicines,
kt.a. J .1 ...... . , . I
nuiuu ucmroj uie consutution ana give tempo-
rarv relief onlv. In fant It ( tha rali L-nn.n
remedy effecting a perfect cure, and we fal
u I
..an, f.Am ll..,...,! t ..III I
"""""i -vuiu.ouui.huud, iu tailing
the attention of the afflicted and those bavins-
. . , . . . .
friends suffering from Rheumatism, Gout or
Neuralgia, or the pernicious effects of Mercury,
to the advertisement in anpther column of our
paper, of Dr. Leland's Antl-Rheumalio Band.
pleasant remedy. We learn that there are laree
quantities of it selling daily Morning Herald
LCTR. KiRirATRicK, No. 165 South High
Street, baa a very choice assortment of Gold and
uver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times
O" See advertisement nf Prof.
Hair Invigorator In another column.
uood we met one of our friends vesterdav
on Broadway, and were astonished at the change I
In his annearance. . A few weeks non a. I
him, be was pale, lean and dejected i complain I
ins; of weakness and debility, having been so
afflicted all summer. Now he spnesra to be fat.
healtbv and strong-. We learn ha awed hia a. I
toration entirely to McLean 's Strengthening I
Cordial. I
We advise all who are complaining of Gen-
vcoiiity to try it; it la certainly a very
NowarlL, 33T. eT.
OiTldendJannarr l18Blt4SPerCeBt.
StjiteDaent January it J881.
Baltore, perateteeMnt Jan. let, 1800 93,408,58? 39
wni ior rremiume our- . ,
Id the tear lt0 R7C3 053 55
Beceived for Interest durlni .
the year 1660 ,. 814,014 19
Total reeelDlt for 1RG0..'..a977.0fl7 74 '
Paid Olaima by Datb,267,050 00
Paid Policies lurren
dered 41.111 SO
Paid Salaries, Po,t- . . . , . , ......
age. Taxes, Bx-
chante. etc 31.020 54
Paid Oommiulons to
Agents 51,3.5 30
Paid Phyaldant' reel. 5,868 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dur
ing the jeer 100,500 75 5C5,091 03 411,070 14
Net Balance January lit. 1801.. f;3,819.,558 50
:. ..... ASSETS.- , .i
Caen on hand ft6.C38t 19
Ifonda end Mortgagee on Rfil . , ,,.
sttaie, worm double the , .
amount loaned 2 327.841 C8 -
Premium Motes, on Policies
in force, only drawing Oner .
cent. Interest. 1.S7TI.8C4 17 ..... .
Beal Kitaie W),b3 7
LoansonScrip ,5,031 44 . ,
Premlums,MotesandOssh, in .
courae ol tranimlnlon.... , 45.343 75,
Total Assets.
30312,530 50
,575 Policies In force, Insuring 9420a038
1,435 new Policies have been Issued during the year.
After a careful calculation of the nreaent value of the
outstanding Policies of the Company, and bating the
newsaciry amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
bare declared a Vivinenn of 45 per cent, on the Premi
ums paid at the table rates, to all policies for lire In force,
iMued prior to January 1, 1800, payable according to the
present rule of the Company,
Katrsfor all kinds of Life Contingencies, Prospect
uses, Statements, and Applications, will be furnlihrd
without coiaas, at the Ollice or Agencies of tbe Com
pany. . ,
ROBT. I. PATTERSON, President.
L. 0. 0 ROVER. Vice President.
BKNJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary.
11. K. HGESOTV, Agent, -No.
4 Johneon Block.
MarchS8,1801.; -i.-Iv y.j.; Columbus, 0.
Rheumatism, ' , Gout , and , Neuralgia,
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waiat, without
Injury to tbe moat delicate personal ao caanie in natnte
ol, living Is required, and it entirely removes tbe dia
ease from tbe system, without producing the Injurious
effects arising from the uae of powerful internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
live temporary relief only. By una treatment, me med
icinal properUea contained la the Band acme In contact
witn tne blood end reach tne diseaee, tnrougn tne pores
of the skin, effecting In every instance a perfeot core,
and reatorina tbe parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
Ibis Band Is also a mostpowerful Arm-Maaccaui, agent,
and will enUrely relieve the aystem from tfaejMrnictotM
effeots of Mercury. Uoderate cases ere eurrdlnafew
days, arid we are constantly receiving testimonials of IIS
smoacy in ansravniea cuee or long sunning.
Prici S'i.OO, to belied of Dregglet generally, or ean
be sent by mail or ezpraea; with full directions for uae.
ts any part of tbe country, eireot from tbe Principal.
Ho. 409 BBOADWAY,. Hew York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
K. B. Descriptive Circulars BentTree.il . ,
O Affenfa Wanted Everywhere.
ahS8-lylsorlsrp.dSLW . "' .V- '
" for the INSTAin UU11
dlitreaatng eomplalnt BSC ,L
- JEN DTSJ ' '
Made by 0- B. BBTMOUB at 00., 107 Staaaai St., X. T
rnoe i per pozi sea. one ny post. .
tOB 8 A LI AX ill I1D0IIII
mayS-dfcwlyti '
: ;I . . .. ,, . ooLoaaua, April t, MSM. (
-' Savina I3ank. of Ctntilnnatl.
A l PERsofrs trnr.ntiva the cih
V. culatini Notea Of the Rm-alnn Wank of OlnolnBati
will present the aame at ibis offloe for redemption, where
they will be paid la fall. ,
aprtdlm - - A. .STON,treasrerolStaU. '
t' itAve t b AcKEt or ctsoioB farm
X 1N1 LAN B, one nail miieirom ihit city, torrent, If
appnoauon ie mmum awu. nv. mi noria ji-gri -etreet,
Oolumbat, tprlW:dlw 0, S. IkUlbM,
From New York.
. New York, April 8. The Illftois has Uktn
On board 2.000 hbll. imnrtnl atwax. SMI n.a.a
muskets, a large" quantity of ammunition, and
two narks of artillery: wlrk 1 Iipm nnmhiw
gun earriages, and $70,000 in specie. . She sails
In the mornina;.
The Pott' Washington dispatch states that
uenerai book continues bis active personal su
pervision 01 me mllitarv there, which la con
sidered sufficient to nroteot tha citv.
n.i . . .
1 ot guurcs around the (Japitol and publio
buildiniri h.wA hn rinnhixt nH .rm.H , o,.
The Pott quotes a nrlvate letter from Charles.
ton which states that Andersen intends to re-
tort on the Charlestonlans stopping; his supplies
tor by w'ater Vh
The CbmnMreioft Wasbloeton dispatch savs
Lieutenant Talbot left for Sumter to-day, with
to Anderson, and will nndoubtedlv
be re-admitted to the fort, although stringent
regulations have been adopted bv the secession.
to.,' have been transported to-day from Gov-
emor's Island to the steamship Battle, Including
100 eun oarriases for lartra Columblnda. mark.
ed Fort Pickens. She sailed at seven o'clock this
ntw x ork, April . The Herald'g Washing
ton correspondent states that the Government
is aetermined to keep Anderson in Sumter, and
,UPI"7 n,m witn provisions tormwittt.
a pwou oi we uses will reaon unariesiou
in.- Tnwln.fa, ihak
There is no desire to put additional men In
lDo tort, unles3 resistance is . offered to the at
,arni?.1? MPP.
The fleet will not approach Charleston with
" win not
uushio intent, nut suoniv vessels s-o nre
p.red to reply promptly to any reslsUuce of a
war-iiae cnaracter, onerea to
proach to the fort.
CP'- Talbot carried Instructions to this effect
nde.rson' itnJ10fde, to Pen bis btteriei
ReoruitW la fMt wnin., n r.,i .t i..f
en nnn ...B. "O" T " I
u,uuu volunteers win be ottered lrom tho free
States in a few dais.
L,.G!r:.I,8.Iin!',on'of Ohio, pledge, the support of
II I AS ntSIS trt m JM rVami ertnllaw n
7. ... . . V""J IB.uru. UUIUO
immeuiateiy to execute bis pledge.
The moment the President has official knn.l.
.1., ,l , . .. . r. i 7 T,
'?J fit any blow has been sttuck, he will issue
" 71 Vn. " rJt'r"a3
Mew York. April 9. The rimrt correspond
ent reiterates that an attempt will be made to
provision Sumter, by an armed vessel. If the
secessionists fire on her, the? Will Initiate what-
er "ouoie ioiiows.
. v01, Sumner and Capt. Briton have been or
dered to the Pacific.
. 'etter t0 'to N. Y. Timet, from on board
4 Brooklyn, says the Commander of Fort
Taylor, at Key West, compelled the inhabitants
to haul down the Confederate States flair, with
tDe Pllte intimation that two different national!
ties could not rule the same place. The rumor
' toa Brooklyn landed men at Ft. Pickens
l"""" untrue,
From Washington.
Washington, April 8. The State Depart
ment replied to day to the note of the Southern
declining to receive them
The Secretary expressed a peaceful policy on
the part of the Sovernment, declaring the
purpose to defend oaly when attacked.
This reply requires the continuation of the
It Is thought the Commissioners will not leave
lor some days.
Washinoton, April o. However much the
reports of a Southern desin on Washington mav
be discredited, it is asserted that officers, high
authority, are taking precautionary measures
for the safety of the Capital. The anxiety to
bear trom Sumter and other Southern points,
where conflicts are apprehended, is Intense.
Alex. Duval bas been appointed Collector at
Richmond, Va. The following appointments
were made to-day: Wm. L. Adams, Collector at
Astoria, Oregon; Harrison B. Brand, of Mis
souri, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Central
Superintendence, at St. Louis.
Washinoton, April . A letter from Rich
mood says: Major McColloob left last Wednes
day for New Orleans.
Pennsylvania for the War Path.
Harrissdrg, April 8. Gov. Curtln will send
message to the Legislature to-morrow, re
commending an appropriation of $S, 000,000 for
the purchase of munitions of war. The message
takes the ground that as our people, so long
peaoeful, have lost the military habits necessary
amid the disturbed condition of the surrounding
States, they should begin to prepare the means of
self-preservation, and It ia the duty of the State
assist in the enforcement of the national
laws. ., 1 , : ;
The Republicans will bold a caucus on this
subject to-morrow. '
Ice State Treasurer declares thai the appro
priation must be raised by a loan.
In the Legislature to-day, steps were taken
for the postponement ol the time of adjourn
ment, lor the consideration of this subject.
Exodus of Fugitive Slaves from Illinois—A Republican
U. S. Marshal Working Wonders.
Chicaqo. April 8. One hundred and six fu
gitive slaves left this city last night for Canada.
ia the Michigan ooutnern naiiroaa. ii is es
mated that over a thousand fugitives have ar
rived in this city since last fall, most ol whom
ave left since tbe recent arrest ot nve by the
.8. Marshal.
Detroit, April 8. About three hundred In
citive slaves, principally from Illinois, passed
into uaoaoa at mis point since Saturday, ana a
large number are reported on the way. . Many
are entirely destitute, and much suffering Is an
ticipated, notwithstanding cnorta are made tor
their relief. .
Virginia Convention.
Richmond, April 8 In tbe Convention to-day
Meiers. Scott and Tt eadway, Conservatives, da
olared that If tbe President's response was un
favorable tbey would go lor secession, me
movements ot fleets were frequently alluded to.
The ground was assumed that Virginia, having
indicated her policy to be against secession, bas
right to know what those movements mean, t
The Unionists and some Conservatives op-
nosed the adoption of Preston's resolution; The
Preamble and resolution were aaopteaoj to
5. Gov. Wise voted no. Botland - Preston,
Conservative! Alex. H. Stewart, Union, and
Geo. Wi Randolph, Secessionist, were appoint
ed Commissioners to wait on the President, and
trill leave to morrow morning.
From Charleston.
Chailiston. Anril 8. Msior Anderson's
mall bas not been stopped only his supplies.
Geo. Beauregard bas ordered out 5,000 troops
Companies are constantly arriving and being
put in position, new natteries are atso Doing
oonstructed. .-; ..
- Special dispatch to tha New York Times.
Vessels have been ordered out ol ranee of
Sumter and Sullivan's Island.
The floating battery sailed this evening to a
point near oumter. ...v -
r Business suspended, and the excitement fear
' 'u i ii ii i.e.i'l i i
. ,
Pinsaoola, April 8th .-The meehanlos at the
Warrington navy x ara are neooming aissat s
Sad. oa aeoount of the Bon-payment of wanes. .
' : - - . .
A private telegram . trom rort jacnon says
that a war steamer, diseulsedpassed'tbe month
of tha Mississippi yesterday afternoon, and came
within reach ol the guns or tne rort. one was
reoonnoiterln about until near morning, and
then proceeded to sea. . , j
MotrraoMgRT, April 8. The Cabinet has been
In session all day, and something serious is an
ticipated to be on the tapis. Important news
is expected here from the Confederate States
Commissioners at Washington. . '
LooisviLLR, April 8. The following is tbe
full vnte for. Mavor, at theeleelloo en Saturday.
Dalnh: Working: Men's Union ticket, 4,163;
Crawford, Uaion, 1,487 Gillian, Southern
Rights. b99i Krlel, Independent, 109; Devan,
nltr aeoesslonlst, 43. .
tT.,.ftar,: Anil 8 At the election to-day
the Democrats carried tbe entire city ticket by
frOOmajorl.y. "
Further Foreign News by the Canada.
I P landing the malls at New Foundland every
rlTOTin. .
negotiations are being made with the Oieat
Portiawd, April 8 Great BaiTAin It Is
officially stated that Prince Albert will visit
Canada this year about the month of June. I
The adjourned meeting of the Gl way Steam
ship Company was held In London on the 27 th
alt. -j The Directors were authorlxsd to raise an
additional 600,000 at 7 per cent. Tbey pro
Eastern to convey to New York 1,200 German
emigrants bound to (be iiuormon territory
The London building strike threatened to
assume formidable dimensions. Urea, con
tractors had determined to close their yards if
the men continued to refuse their oners, thus
throwing some 45.000 mea out of employment.
reparations were matin io import laoorers
trom Belgium, where wages were tower man in
England. .... . .
RT- Dt- Cheever had been lecturing in Liver
i-l b. question of Slavery and the Amerl
The'rinva' Paris Correspondent says that
Gw- Gnyon bad been authorised to make con
instructions I tractn for the French army at Rome for six
months longer. .,- -,;,,
The Paris journals have received permission
i to puniisn toe rope e auoounon.
Paris Bourse closed at B7t 'Jlo.
The rumor that Austria intended aggressions
Piedmont, and mat me trench move
meots are in response, is tronounced false
Italy. In the Chamber of Deputies, several
speakers on the left proposed the simple proc
lamation of Rome as the Capital of Italy, and
foalllng on Napoleon to withdraw bis troops.
It it reported that some disturbance took place
at Warsaw, but nothing serious occurred.
1 be present regulations lor public Instruction
In Poland are abolished .
A special commission for public worship and
instruction Is appointed. A council of State is
to be appointed, composed of the members of
(Da 'rs"7i high dignitaries and the most did
unguiBnea persons in roiana.
The right of petition to the National Govern
ment is granted.
Tvrrbv. A scheme of a forced loan is pub-
It was stated that there was to bn another
Turkish loan, guaranteed by France, for com
pliance with French views iuSvria
mi.. . ..." j
China telegrams report teas advancing, but
areauu at uanton.
utu, ociwee ids Auaiuans ana rieamontese.
victor mnuel ii said to have written to Prince
Napoleon of an attack, and urging him to repre-
London, March 29 The Timet' Paris corres
pondent writes that hostilities appear ' immi
nent betwee the Austriacs and Piedmontese
sent matters to tbe Emceror in their true lleht
Turin .In the Chamber of Deputies, Slgnor
vneeves spoKe against tbe trans er ol tbe (Jamtal
of tbe kingdom of Italy to Rome.
Count Cavour urged that Rome should be
immediately declared tbe Canltal of Italv.
A transfer will take place in consequence of
tne law adopted by tbe Chamber without any
uieiuroance. ine time win be nxea Dy law.
Arrival of the Persia.
York, April 9. The Persia has arriv
ed. Markets unchanged. Warlike rnmors coo
tinned in Italy and Denmark.
The Persia brines 57.000 la soecio. ' '
Lord Palmerston, in a speech, to his constitu
ents, alluded to tbe American crisis, expressing
me fervent nope, wnaierertoe adjustment, teat
mignt do arrived at Dy peaceful means.
The Paris Bourse elosed firmer 67f. 80o.
Tbe concentration of Austrian troops lo Ve
oetla attracted considerable attention, although
was areerted that the movements were nure
italt. Cavour reiterated tbe ureent neces
sity for declaring Rome the capital of Italy,
and guaranteeing the Pope's liberty and inde
pendence In spiritual powers, Resolutions to
this effect, and hoplctr for non-interference bv
France, were adepted
Tbe Emperor of Austria sanctioned the po
litical reorencizition ol Transylvania, and its
restoration to Its former standing. ,
London, Sunday. The Odinione of Turin
says the Sardinian Ambassador at London bad
received notification from the British Govern
ment that he would be reoeived as Minister of
tbe Kingdom of 'taly. Switserland bad'eiven
the same notification. , .' v-
The Bishop of Poictiers. condemned bv tbe
Council of State, was formally reprimanded for
late mandement on tbe Roman question.
Tbe Pontifical gen d'armes. at Conerno.
Viterbo, are said to have treacherously at
the citizens, three of whom were killed.
Indignation was general, and the people were
signing addresses to Napoleon for protection.
It ie said that ou.uuu Austrian troops are in
movement in Venetla.
Tbe Porte Is said to have refused to submit
the powers before the promulgation of tbe
reforms it intends to grant, apprehending that
Kutsi mignt again tans op tbe project or a per
manent conference at - Constantinople. The
Powers insisted on compliance with their de
The Bank of England's soecie had increased
154,000. i .. t
New Oruans, April 8 The steamer Gen.
Miramoo has arrived with Havana advices to
Inst. Sugars dull at C4 reals; stock on
hand 280,01)0 boxes; exports 18,250 boxes; re
ceipts 345,000 boxes; sterling exchange llOi
us; eicDange on new x ork per cent,
rrlnce Allred was expected to arrive at Ha
vana on tbe 15th Inst. - ..
Three more war vessels sailed for St Domln.
goon the 30th ult. ", ,
Pittsdurch, April 8. An enthusiastic meet
of the business men of Pittsburgh was held
in regard to tha currency, - Tbe whole
sale and retail trade were) fully represented.
Tbe strongest determination wart manifested not
receive depreciated money, except at brokers'
rates.' Missouri and Virginia paper Is four per
cent, discount. ' - r - . -t
BoFfALO. N. Y., April 9. Two propellers, of
N. Y. C. line, which left here on Saturday
night, are understood to have succeeded in get
ting tnrougn toe toe. . two more or tne aame
line leave this evening. There is now a pros
pect of the immediate reopening of .navigation.
' '
Great Fire at Hickman, Ky.
Hicrman, April business portion of
the town was burned on Saturday night. '
$125,000; insured $7,000.
Bank Statement.
Niw York, April 8. Increase In loan $1,-
343,063; Increase In specie $499,094; Increase
circulation $487, 338; inorease In deposits
$1,7110, 131. ' .
Norfolk, Va , April 8, The Pawnee tails
for the South with sealed orders. It
stated bere that she landed 250 troops at Fort
Monroe last nigni. r
Nr York. Anril 9. The Persia's nasssee
was made In 9 days and 10 hours, stated be tbe
shortest ever made westward. -
FIR9T ' - .
'an entire new stock of Goods in my line, JuaS purch
ased In Hew York at tbe cheapest panic rates ,all bt which
I ebadl sell at the smallest promt, ior vaan. ajycuitom
ers and friends are respectfully Invited to call and exam
ine my Goods and Prices, at I am determined to tell as
i.aan ar ehtaner than any other bouse In the city: and
asldomy ownOutttng, and superintend my own huil-
neet, I reel tetureo,. rout my long expenence in nun
neat, to give general aatlifactlon. The flneat of work
men are employed, and all work done strictly to time and
on abort notice, ana warrauuu id nt. , nirangeri vitiuni
oureity wonldeonsult their Intereit by giving me a call
before purcbaeing tlaevhero. , f. KUHB, j
, nercnant lauor,
marchxO dly " Cor IHgh and Town tit. :
T' ne scBscmnEn 'abe" eib.
out ofeloeingnp thtlrold bntinett, acd hops that all
persons knowing tlitmtelvet Indebted to them, either by
note or book. At, will give the matter their Immediate
attention. . , T1108- WALKER tt HON. ,
April i, lmo-d.w. ; ; . , . - t
nackaata of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at
nrtce one-tiilrd lets than ean be purohaeed elsewhere '
Call oa er anureaa veiamp vqqiomuj e. b. nnxum i,ha
IU Court St., Boston, Mats. march a&oUas.
New York Market.
YORK, April 9.
ILOrB-reeelpli of I5r7lbhl. Mirtrt kuvjr and M
low.r; Mletof 4,000 Uiuat S 15x45 35 fnriuporflo
Blate; 5 W&S 40 foraira lltate; $i 25 for taper
floe wenlcini 85 3U.4i so for (ommon to medium extra
westerm 8.'00S 63 lor ahipplDi brand extra Bound
Iloop Ohio. Venadlxn flour dull and lower, sales of
tOoM.le. t53!S(7. .
KYB VLoCB-eteadr 3 3J34 10 fcr tommon to
obolce superfine.
' WHEAT renlnte nrl OMhn.h. - M.rk.t lian enil
a ihade lower.mlre of 65 0110 bnhtl,7 for Keolna
prinK; tll130 for Milwaukee elob 1 S2 for em
ber Iowa; a 1 J7 i37 winior rd weetern; 1 42J01 00
ur c.iuiBisa wnus wcttern; S t 41 for white Canada. ,.
RYBettAdv attorn , ,. r-
NARI,KY-qaletatee97Bsl ' -"
CORN rcn-inla of A7 379 hn.h- m..Ll hira IAD,
lower; ealei of 50,000 buih At C&SOTe for old mixed
wettern deliveted: in, dn .(l..t ..rf
delivered. - . .
OATS firm at 33X3Jo for weetern Oanadian and
POBK aulet end etndsi iiIm mt 17 nunt1 01
r men, e)i (jievij ior prime... .
BKMP naletend nnchumeJ. !.
OUT UK ATS quiet.
LARD ttudv: ulMl fW 800 hhla 10inv
bUTTKR lo hlr requut at JOSI4o for Ohio and 14(3
m j iur euiie. -
CI1KEHB tteedr at 7&103. for common to prime!
BUOAR8 hir ui-tlnn: i:W hhrfa mnIA mt AlttSL'.
WOLABaKb-by auotion: Mil bbl New OrJeaoa sold at
9530Se euh ane OU deje. .
, OoffltK no oliange to report, ulet 400 btf rloat
WHISKY without mater III change; ules of 530 bbU
HTOuKS-dull and lower, but cloeed itroniterat the
decline. In Money and Exchange there li nololng new.
ObJcawO At Hock Iiland fit: Ohle . Bn.l. At Onlnn noi
8'e99; 0. ATol.3019, Otl. StOhlo. 08.V; III. 0. K lip
73; M. H. 14K,do quoted Sift; M. 0. tH; Pao. Hail
i n. i. u. a; r.riem; una. V); Marl. J ii.ldo. pref.
30 US; Bemdlog 38; Panama 110; Hannibal ec 81. Joe.
47; III, 0. nooda 83; H. 8. Sd bonds 61; Harl. lit bonds
iui, urnoaiin water loan iu:iv: Ma. u' cn: n. a
ib i-; va. 7Xi-x; t. B.Si, of W, 81.
Cleveland Market.
April 8.
qurnceailde from local transaction!.
WHUAT demand not ao good. Sale of a car red at
ui; ana a ear red rrom store at SI 05.
CORN dullat34o.
OAT8 aale ol two cars on track at 24c.
BBKDB sales of iKbutb clover at 14 00.
dull at S3 62.
UIQUWINJiid-salesorSOObblsat 15o,and 100 do at
me aame.
flAtlS AND RnOTJLSERS aale of 20(10 R,aeonntr.
cured Hans and Bbouldere, badly trimmed, at 9c.
BUTT f at dull. Mo tranaaotlons reported. New is
oeginnin to come ronrard and iain demank at 14 15c
for good to choice.
JCdUS quiet at BM(28o. Hales of 3 bbla at latter
CUKK9K tales of 600 i,t Weitern Seierre at BJic.
CuHN MEAL aale of a ton at SIS.
Tlmnlh. 1.
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Monday Evening, April 8, 1861.
fLOUR ll very heavy anil nn nnnia .r
in i. ti l. A- . . . .. r .
w w . uMjruia uuonng vi-j, ana pernsps get
ting It, thoiiuh none are reported; extras range from
ii U S4 73, VSailV R4 85 to .',. Tha nriraa nnnt.rf
inn aaie laai year, were S3 45(01 SO for auueriloe
WHS AT will nit comm-nd ovor 08c for ml from nn.
ocai Dnyere, nu. is held at VI; white, SI 001 1U. The
pncea quoiea ai ine eorreapomllng period laat year Were
201 S3 fur red ai ao.ai as fn. whi,..
CORN la more easily bouaht than aold at 13 1 for ear.
, uruer. uie auppiy noi oeinK large. AI tULS dale
seaeon we quoted It at 45c for ear.
OAIrJ ere lower, though there were a number of aalea
made at the reduction. We quote at 25Xc. Both re
ceipts and shipments are considerably larger than last
seaeon to the same dale, vt this time last year the
were quoted at 40o.
BARLEY meets with scarcely any request; 05c. Is
tbout the best the best Oa-uro that bnvara are dliooied In
for premium fail. Sellers do not offer it freely.
this date laat sea-on w quoted 00395.
K is still neglected, though sellers will not offer
at the present figure. 55c We ouoted at thia date
WHISKY drooped He. to-dty, and wm dull at 13.
year at this date it aold at Ifc tHn. On. AnriL
Philadelphia Market.
Vtona nnshanved. . Wbiat aleadv. red R1.3Q.
1,51381.55. Corn dull, salea 2.000 bush new
yenow ai uutgioxc. l.iBn HKSlllHo. ntat foSK
iv.au. vbmkv declined klo. sales at 17 18c.
NRWABK OniO, - -
iriannlnclnrere ef all klnda of Por
table and Ntationary stteam En
rioea, naw Ullllai, Urlat 11 tile,
. " - eVCaf cVCa - -
LAMIA BODLHrBeaUml JT. ot t. BLAXD TBeattnl
MAcniNS CO. Beatenlltl BRADFORD
' CO. Beaten! lilt . .
, Onr Portable Engine and Saw Hill
awanled the first premium of S50 at the Indiana
Fair for 1CC0 over Lane At Bodley's ea acconntef
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of -.lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at the same- Fair
Brat premium of t'JOO
Our Fortalile Knglne was awarded the firet prrmlura of
at the Fair at Alemphia, lenn.jover Blandy's Du
varl's, Columbua Machine Oo's., and Bradford at Go's..
a committee of practical Railroad Engineer!.
yor price ana rermt aoareta 1 . ..
, W1LLARD WARNKR, Treasurer, :
dec5 dfcwljeots. , . . . Newark, Oblo! '
G - - ......
. , . from the New kerk Observer. 1
Aa all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo pur Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
are a to compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to the number told, hit books give a correct itate
ment. Trom this reliable source we have obtained tbe
fnlluwlng slatlitlet. Of the machines made In the year
1839, there were sold,
By Wheeler k. Wilton..,...!.. .81.3(15 , .
" I. H. ginger ft Oo .0,953
Orover Baker ,.. .....10b
f howlng the sales of Wheeler Ac Wilton to be dovble
those of any other Company." . , . . ,
Awarded the highest premiums at tht '
United Statea fairs of 1BS, I8j and 1SC0;
: ' alto at the
" Ohio State Pairs of 1859 and lflMf
- and at nearly all tbe County Pairs In the State.
Our prices, al the late red notion, are at iote a any
locJt Hick machine now sold, and bat a tilde higher than
tbe Interior Sue) Inroad otac tHcA SMcAifwt, now
fnrnti trnon the market'" ' - c -
The WHEELEtl fc WILSON MA0BIN1 makes tbe
Locx Btioh the only ene whloh cannot be raveled. It
auii on Bora Binteof the goods, leaving no rdgo or
rXjtlntmthA under. tide.
Alt macMntt warranted t years, and tnttruetton
given la tbelr net, free of ebane. , ..
. B. OUAKV.dt High St., Oolumbat, 0.
tVoV9twd3msawoai Pike's Opera Uonae, Cincinnati.
Watches ! Diamonds !! Silyer Ware !!!
aCIl and Bllver Watcnes, in great variety.
I am Aeent for the AMxaieati Witch On . and esi
tell thee ixcel.eet Watches at saaaufactaicn' prices,
either Wholesale or Retail. '
r,.m anil nhonaa from an beautiful Sltmav nf via.
mondt and other rich Jewelry. Stylet ne w prleae low,
At to Silver Ware ef tterilng quality, I caaehow new
natlarna. varv hanrisoma ' '
Bllver Plated.Ware, Tea Setts, Urn, Waiters, Oastors,
Baakata. Pitchers. Goblets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ito.
Then I bar a supply of floe fable Cutlery, Pocket
Knives. Raters. Ate, and many Fancy Soedt etna as
ar dedred for pmemttet such price as are an Induce
ment to tne purcnaeer. ; n. aumn,
no, iu nocaeye Diocx,
rotKIl ' Worth side Btate Hoe eo,aare;
- Tall - DAT "00 OFJTS
XlStock efGroeerlee to Mr G. S. SEMIND, we cheer
fully re commend blm to our old patrent ana irtenas. '
OolumW, ttanb 30th, lbt)l.-pl-dtr. ' -
Ie preoleely what IU name Indleataa. r. -...
bleamot to the Uite, U la revlvlbt . .h'a.l
ioR. inylitoratlng and atrenithenioe ta ih.
bowers, and at the lame time let IvlBea. i.l.
itatei, and renewe the Blood in all III purity ana
thua at once rtttoru and rtntUrt t.'ie tyttem in
winerabU to attaekt oditeai. It ia the only
preparation ever ottered to the world, aa i,.il
cany anu annually comnneo a to be the mml
v 'wenm Kiuio. ua ai me eame time ao perrVctly
idapled to, ai to act in perfeot accordance with Uk
wa m nature, ana nence win mnnth j,Mn.,i..n
"" up me aigeitive onaiis, and
u.HvaiiHjw,, ucr.uua hi oiner irritation. 1( ,
periectly txhilaralini.and at the i:... i i.I
r"!1" ui,r,y ui yrseiauiee, yet ao coniMned,
ui pruuuoB u uiirougn tonic 3ct, with
out nri.Huplni. lfii.,pW,n. - n
'""I! t io m a uetmeratum in
ie medical worl-l, furltneede no medical iliii ...
inBiuouiluy iuiiuwi all att&CKI of d taM .
proceeils and indeed lajt the ayatrm open to the
Alnaldioai attack! of many of the moit fatal, luch,
iuiiowihk; uoniumiwon, Jo
dlfeetion, Byepepela, Loas of Appetite, Faintneei.
irniarjimy.neurmiiria. Palpitation of the
a n
U Heart, Melancholy, Nlrht BweaU. Languor, Qlddi-i
nest, Retention of, as well aa Painful nhatmi.
too profuse, or too scant Menstruation, and Pall
ing of the Womb. There all denecdanona.-J
debility. This pare, healthy, tonic Cordial and
Blood Renovator It as sure to cure at the sun tn
rite and set. There Ii no mistake about It. h..i III
hia Ie nnt all. If ia i. i iW
. ... . ia .wmkh, w c are
iueu looiiiuuaaiurii. me liver hernmn, i,u
it Worse dlieilKd. the kitlneva refnaa tn
! heir functions, and we are troubled with tcaldioir
and incontinence of nrln. n l.,ww,, a..
charge of the tame, pain lo the beck, tide and be
tween the thouldert, exeeedlntly liable to ellght
-iiv. uuv-ncaeu, toon emaciation
rnllOKra. anrl lh mat ant mnmm A . .
f - Kuvn 'IU1U lu A nr.m,mH a.
grave. But tpace will not allow nt to enumerate fl
the many lilt to which ve are liable In a weakened V
"ul we win aay, In this
Cordial and Blood Renovator inn h. .V..ru. I
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for loss nf
Biiioatneti, flatulence, weak and tick
H(8iomacn,lngnor, Liver Complaint. Chilli and
ifever, or any Billooi attack, Oottlvenets, Acidltvl
Ol tM Htnniph. N.mtiiMAM lu , ..i- n . , .
) -"--;--" "."- Hwunat raipita.'. .
Hon of the Heart, Ceprestioo of Spirits, 8oTee.jT1
Pimples on tbe Face, er aay dissaae arising from if
impure blood, turh IB Snmrnla. . n
a , ' " " nreauiing, ana ail Uiat1, ,
lA olasa of d iseatet called female weakness, and H
y puumerauu aoove. we will also aay the traveler M
r v - 'H"m10 cnange or climate and waH
fcr, will find it a pleasant, tale and sure remedy,!
avnil nana sihnitl.l a i . . ' ,
7 ,7 . wa.vci wiuiout. tvesuie
ry it, forwe'awure von von win nri i u . -...J
Indeed. aawallaaafrlenri in , 1 1 J
ttdentary habitt will find Itanerfent m.MiA
as well at cure for Ihoneallmentt to which they are U
particularly exposed. Uencemlnlaura.atndn. .,
torneys, literary gentlemen ,snd ladies who are not J
tocuatomed to much outdoor exercise, will find It
to their advantage lo keen a bottle rnnar.intl Ant i
bDd; and, above all. mo thaw, nr tham h.. J
uch; will go through that most dannroai ptrlod k
not onlv wth all their accmtnmsri s.irn.th hn, U?
safe &nd ft am fmm th ihr,i.e.n.i .iw.e.
- u iH,ituii saniuviiiB paj jjjxT'
Oalent among tbe female portion of tbe world. InlJ
iihort, It ia indeed a mother's cordial. Try It. oldiT
and jounir: no loneer run the ti.k nt 1, -nil
relieve and nrove itaetf irjhatinii 'A
tiv6 Cordial and Mood Renovator. i
u.J. woou, proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Street. St. Lnnl. tin. U
sold by R0BKRT8 Ac SAMUEL, Columbus. Ohlo.lUJ
and all good
per Bottle.
Xiruggltta: Price One Dollar!
march.8-datwtowly t
For the Whiskers and Hair
The subscribers take pleasure In announcing o the
Oltlsens of tbe United States, that they have obtained the
Agency ior, ana are now enabled to otter to the American
publio, the above juttly celebrated and world-renowned
article. The
prepared by Dr. 0. P. BELLINQTIAM, tn eminent
pnyticiaa or LonUon.tnd ii warranted to bring out a
4 Whiskers era Mnstache
from three to six weeks. This article It the only ene
the kind used by the 1 rench, and in London and Paris
ia in universal use.
It it a beautiful, economical, aoothinir. vet atlmnlatlna-
compound, actine- at if bv mazic nDon the rnota. amiin
abeautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the
tralp, It will cure iiLnatra, and oause to spring up In
ui uie uaiu aioui a nne growin ot new hair. Ap
plied according to directions, it will turn Ran or towt
naai, and restore gray hair to lit orliinal color,
leaving It toft, tmoolb, and flexible. The "OKOonrr" it
tndtapenaable article in every gentleman's toilet, and
after ene week't uie they would not (or any consideration
The luhecrihera are the only Agenta for the article In
United States, to whom ail orders mutt lie addressed.
Price One Dollar a hox -for ami hw all naiMM, ...i
Dealers; or a box of the "Unguent" (warranted to have
desired effect) will be tent to anvwho deaim ll. h
(direct), securely packed, on receipt ef price and
postage, 1. 18. Apply to or add rats
' Baoooivra, tc.
febSOdsteem 94 William Street. New-York.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
- and
The Montreal Ocean SteamthiD Comnanv'a firatlata
Oljde-l.uilt Bteamert tail every Saturday-
from PORTLAND, carrying the Oanailian and
United States Mail and patsengeri,
Kherteafe Cheapest and Qoickcat Don
veyanco from
ahzbica to all fasts of etjeops. .
Rateti of Paasraee to Kurope
S30, t?oo. sao.
Will sail from 1IVERPOOL ercry AVedncadny,
from QUKBKO every Matnrday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on beard and lard Mails and
Passeneert. tn and from Ireland and Beottand.
IOtheee B learners are built ot Iron. In water-tight
compartments, carry earn an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention Is paid lo the oorn'ort and acoommoda
tion of pattengcra. At they proceed direct to LONDON-
DERT, Uie gteat rilk end delay of calling at Bt. Johu't
Glasgow passengers ara furnished with ressnasttce
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return tickeit granted at reduced rates.
Oertlncatea issued for carrying to and brlngingout nas-
tenders from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rales, by this line of steamers, and
leaving uverpooi every ween.-
Sight Draft for XI and upward pay
ton tn cnginna, ireiaaa, scoi
laud or waist,
for Dasaaee. anr.lv at the Office. 23 R It OA II.
WAV, New lorn, and IB WATER ST.,
BABEL SZABLX, (rCBtral Agents,
Orto- J. R. ARMSTRONG, '
wolO-lydfcw - Statetmaa Office, Oolumue, Ohle.
WM, KNABE & CO., -
. W0S. l,S,Jand7H.AtTJTAW STBET, f
Offer for sal their celebrated ,
GOLDEN MEDAL, , , . ti
Seine hlohlv reeommended by the first Prefttton and
Musical Amateurs of la country, and , r :
Th mott fntldlont customer may rely npon being
pleated In every respect.
lerma lieenii. nH.iuiaiiaavui
Oct90:lydw. . - .' i Columbua, Ohio.
' ; 1 Employment' ; i
1 a Staple Articla, will furnish emplovmeat to
a rew aotive men to aoi aa agent ior meir noose, a
preference will be rive to those who are well acquaint
ed tn tne aievtoi ior wnicn tney apply.
For whloh service they are willing to pay a saury
effrata ,1 v - ; . ! .,. v.-: i X .
$600 to $800 par year, and txpmui, ;
For farther particular addres -: '-" ' - ,
minnrni a pn.- -
W. B
.1 " . . -i
3 and J, txchani tlac,
Jemv-Clty, N.
AU0BK9, Btwaiyi,jF'".Yi, ml . J
oai.i aa, ajviv,
No. SO South High ttrest.
I t-rTrf
Dr. J.ILndlAEAK'3
.qiuuiaIaI vwitvr1'.
Tlio Uroatteet Kenaedr 1st T
; v; AMDTHi m
" AND '- "ft:
' EVER . TARElt.
' TTIS STUIl- r k
X br a acientlfie and
' Tcfretahle OoapoaiKL -l
procured by the distil
lation of Roots, lidrut
and Barxa. Viu
. Bock, Blood Boot, l
earaaparilla, ft I d f-t
vnorry oara ana Dan
delion enters Inte lta
am A.intlytaltln
man Wbs. After Takini,
principle of each rnaredlent la tharctMhl aittnte a
mynewmethnd nf riiatlllina-. nmiulu. - j-h.
hlleratlng spirit, and the moat INFALtlKLB remedy for
renovatine the diaeaaed avstem. and rnainHnAi ik. -.-a.
SurTerinr and daihllltalari INVAI.irth, iivLn
:.- fT.H erreetsmllweW'-CSi Wi7
Chronic or bTerrona TlaM'ltv. Tllama-a r.t Ik. lnn
and all diteaeee arising from a dltordered Uver ei gtoaa
ach, Dytpcpela, Bearlburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Sid
neat of the Stomach, fullness of Blood tn the Uead, Dull
pain or swimming In the heed. Palliation of the Heart
rullnost or Weight In the Stomach, Bear BracUUotuI
UhOklne Of lUflomtlna- (aaMna- wknn nnn n
orlcllowneatof theBWnand Eyea, Night Sweat., In
sri, rein in the small ot the back, chest er side.
Sodden rinshes of Heat, Bepreaalon of BDirita, rrightful
Ure&ClS. LarilM. DeanAnfiannv n ana - T-.
SorCS Or lllotcbe. nn thaftlrin.ann fiw.. A TiTl
Chills and fever.) r 11
Orer a million of siamiaa -a n .
Have been sold dnrln. tha laat alvnnntha .nj in MMin.
stance has It failed In giving entire sa'trfsctlon Who,
wffw,rom Wkes or Debility wbea lio
No lanmiatre ean mnm an a-aia.1. mm nf ik. i
aiate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial iu the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervont tyttem, whether broken down bv excua. wauk h.
nature, or Impaired bv aicknesa. the relaxed and
orggnlsatlon ie restored Ie Its prlatinf health and vigor.
. ItlARKIlilp PEUSON9I, ,
Or others conecions of InaMllty, from whatever can,
will find Mclean a Btrengtheniiig. Cordial a thorongh v
regenerator of tbe tyttem; and all wbe may have Injured
themselves by improper indulgences, iii find In the Cor
urn. a certain anu apeeay remeuy.
Tr the Lstttlea.
Mcksu's StrcagtSjeBiug fJordiai
It a sovereign and speedy core for .VI "tr
Obstrneted or DitBcnlt Menstruation, Incontinence of
Crine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Palling of tbt
Womb, Giddiaeae, Fainting and ail Ciaeatet Incident te
Thtrr la ao Mlstaka About It.'- '" 1
Snffcr no longer. Take It accordine to Olrectlnna. ' It
illBtimulate. alrenfrLhflB and InvikraRatai tna anrl .....
be blnnm nf health to mount ynnr cheek airaln.
Every txmie hi warranted to give tauesactloa.r ."j.
If your children are sickly, puny, nr afflicted, MoLean'i
Cordial will mke them healthy, fat and1 robatt. Delay
nut a moment, try It, and you will be convinced. '
OtoTinii. Beware ef Drscrtta or Dealers who may
try to palm open yen tome ttitter or IteraaparlUa trailw
which they ean buydwep, hy sayinr It ai Just a good.
Avoid such men. Auk for McLean 't Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It is the enly re-medy that
will purify the blood thoroughly end at the tame? riaa.
Strang then the system. i ., . ,,J
One tabletnoonful taken every tuornte fnttnv. ! a
certain preventive of Oboiera, Chilli and Pcver, kellew
Fever, or any Drevalcnt diaeaect. Itia nnt nn ia i.-m
bottiee. .
Prior only SI p"r be Itle, er fi bottles for S5.
Pole Proprietor of tblt Oordiat,1'
Principal Deuet oa the mrner of Third and Pine, armta.
St. Louie, Mo. j i. I . ,.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Xinifeeni. '
The heat Llnhcent la the World. ' The only safe tsd
certain cure for dancers. Pile, Bwelliogs and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Nmralgie, Weaknees of the
Muscles, C'nronlo or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
neat of the Joints, contracted Muscle or Llnaaeata
Earache or Toothache, Bniraet, Sprain, Woands, SreaA
Oute, Clcera, Fever Bore, Oaktd Breaete Bore Nipple,
nurnt, ecaias, Dare-rnoac, or any insaramatioa or rata,
nodiCerence how severe, or bo long the dieeaaeaay
have existed. McLean's OerebreteA Ltgiiatsxti ear
tain remedy. . - ,
Thontands of human beings have bee saved a lit ol
decrepitude and mieery by the nt of this Ln7lubl med
ians, r S' . t -r
LINIMENT ;! ;: , Vc
Will reliere rxiln itnost Instantaaeoaser. and It wtl.
eicsnaa, purify and heal the fbuicti teres in an loered!
tyanortume. , f -
For Uoraea and SHQer jtltaala7,
HoLeaos celebrated Liniment ia tha onlv aafa am na.
liable remedy for the cure of BpavtrJ, Ring Bon, Wind'
galls. Splint, Unnatural Bumps, Node erSMl Una, ,,Itf
will never fail to cure Rig Bead, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running Bores or Bweeny. If properly applied. For
Borates, Rrnltes. Scratches,' Sere o Wtianit, Crarao
ttetlt. Obaiea, Baddl orOollar Oallait Is as infalliM.
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a cur It certain in
every ioitance. - .-j
Then trifle no longer with the many antrtCMt LemV'
ment offered to yau.. Oblata auptLjr ef f rJrlcLaau a.
celebrated Liniment. It will enre you. .'
- J.I1. mcl.KA.M,FglPro.n)ctr, 7i
Corner of Third and Pine SlreeU.Ht. Louie, Wo
Foraale by all druggists.
For aale by, , BOPERTS SAlirBW'"
augtt-dfcwly .!!) , j Oolumbus, Ohio
r A--, Ay. .A
An txprrienceil Kurt and Female" Thytlcian, pretend
to tlie attention of mothers, ben ; Jt A
. . ...
. roil CIIILUKKN Tr.ETtllNti,
which greatly facilitate! the nroots of tea thing, by o(T
tning the gums, reducing all inflammation wll I allay.
abu cnia anuapasmoutc acuon, ana m
Depend upon It, mothers, ll will give rest to yourselves
and v .. .. w IV
We have put up and told Ihrs article for over ten rears.
wnai we nave never Been ante to aay i any ower u un
ANCH, TO BVFEOT A OVUM, when stately aard. Nev
er did ve know an instance of dtasatlanwtion by any on
who used it. Ob th contrary, all at delighted with it
operations, and apeak In terms of commendation of lie
magical eriect and medical virtue.- - WW staak-ra mi
matter "WHAT WE BO KNOW;" after ten yean' expe
almoat every instance wher lb Infant Is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minute alter ineByrnp it aaminlttered.
Thit valuable preparation It the prescription of one ef
New England, and hat been need. With NEVER FAIip
THOtlPlAWnS Ol? CASES. f :
It not only relieves the child trnen pain, out Inviroi
atet the stomach and bowels, correct acidity, and give
ten end energy te lb whole systea. , It WU1 'ntct ttt
Itutly relieve
RTtO OTBPWnTC COIITUIttOB W Hkthi If aaTW4 fPM(jil3' ayaEBaW
died, end In death.- W believe the BBdT and BUB
E8T REMEDY IN THE WORLD, to all oat of DYS
It arlKl from teething, er from any other eaaee We .
would aay to every molherwbo baa a child taffenug from
any of Uie foregoing complaint DO NOT LKT YOUR
stand between you aud year suffering child, and th re
lief that will be BUKK-ye. ABSOLUTELY ,HCrlE to
follow the use of thUtmedietne, If timely used, .fail dl
rectlnni for using will accompany each bottle. Nona
genuine unlets the fac-eimU of UCRIIStMJtUCJNtl,
New York, ia en tne eanrtda w tappet.. 1:- , ,
Bold by all Druggittt throughout the world, - .-c
Principal Office is rwalar (Ttrwaan.T.
.OCtST-dfcWly 1 il-.!.j.iA
flammaUoa and pain, and heals th wont barn,
scald, bra lea, tut, r fraeh wound of any kind, twvvewt '
welling end pal from be atloga, maeguite bilr,aa4
noltonout plant, neuralxla, rheumatism, ago tn th
breast, tall HHuai, eta. 1 Warn taaaa totanally, It will
positively cur croup In children, and gives Immediate
relief I the worst ease "of Sils Mrrlblt complMon alto,
removes bcaVsenets and sore throat. Prica, x eente a
bottle. Hhould be In ITtrj bona. Pov sal by Druf
(laUind Btorekeerers- '..'' TRVIB BTONE, -
. DO it: trvprivj wrj imi - a vit
tlnrOt,I.OTrffO CI1AJICF1 WFflE
mI ta tbe th efnotrt f thit UmiIm -ianuary iuth,
1MI, to WIB- WsvA, Ptarr, Preiidani, tnd 1
eloom, Oaahler, teitgned tlitiroii-iwi. : Dvin Ta,
Bt., was than suited President and h ti, A. l uw
pointed Oa"hlr. .;;-! -.1 tSn'i ..;.
By enter f the Soaid of AMrectors.
"Itb I, Ibul-dtf-J W. A. PL ATT, Qashlir.

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