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THURSSDAY EVENING,' APRIL 11,1861.
LOCAL MATTERS. " ITie Adams Express Compao-y places tu daily under obligation to It for the very UtMt paper from tbe eastern cities, r; , ? The Amoriean Express 1 Company has our thank for its dally favori in the shape or the very latest eastern papers. ... i ' a "Naw Aaaivau The Spring has arrived and Summer Is hastening on Its way, and will soon bo here. - The Ladles will find in the ad vertisement in this paper, under the head of "New Arrivals," Information as to the place where, and tbo large stock from wbiob they may select witHerM, In which to array them selves to correspondence, with Nature, who is now sdornlng herself in bor gayest and love Meat garb, The facilities which Mr.JR. H. Waie possess- es, at bis eiUbuahmeat, Ho. w, tmi Town street, for gratify log his lady customers, as to street, tor cratifiiDB his laay customers, as ioi fashion, stvle. taste, and last.thouaht not least, " as to prtocs, ought to insure mm, as we nave no .... . doubt they will, frequent and numerous calls from tbo ladies of Columbus and vicinity. , But read his advortlaament, ladles, and then call and see Mr. W.ar. and Mies Yooxo, the Super. intendent of his Millinery Department. Ladies and Gintlisic! While the alarm of war is sounding in our ears, and the Northern and Southern Confederacies are both hesitating and trying to provoke each other to strike the first decisive blow, you have the golden oppor tunity offered to procure, at No. 63 East Town street, fiue White Goods, Notions and Small Wares, at cheap rates corresponding with the panlo and war times. Mr. Stossis, wbo will gladly receive your calls and promptly supply Ana vsiiTfl fiaa Sift Nsi A sr am r I a nvn am f tea a haIUa. I nlmn- -MM, nl.. ! Mm . ll ' r . ' I - r-uenBiu ,uu .m itvura iron, uib w I Jlsbment, gratiDcd tbat you have compiled with this invitation. . ; ' O Mr. G. S. DtMiKo, who is now occupying the lat" grocery stand of Thomas Wauik & Son, at No. SG North High street, has associat ed with blm Mr. Adam Niiswindik. ' Tbo new firm will be known under tbo name of DihinoI ft Niiswcndib. As the establishment!! conve niently located, being only a short distance north of Broad street, and as tbo new firm bavo facil ities for accommodating the publio with choice and cheap articles in the grocery line, we com-1 mend thorn to the patronage of our citizens. Transit Linc or Commirok and Travil in Ohio. The present highways of this State are as follows i Coait line of Like Erie and the Ohio Hirer, whl ch Include, eleven Improved htr bort SCO mrlei. Oanali and Improved riven ' M9 " Railroad 3.000 . Tornplke and plank road, 8 600 11 County ind towniblp roadi 60,300 " Total.......... 73 813 ICT Lest any one should neglect to attend, and afterwards blame the local of the Sfafrrmin for not reminding him of It, wo repeat the notice already given, that the Hon. Edward Eve ritt, the Amorican orator, scholar and states man, will lecture at Armory Hall, on the even ing of Saturday next, the 13th Inst., and again on tho evening of Monday next, the 15th Inst. Arrivals at thk u. F. four convicts were brought to the Penitentiary yesterday One irom Ottowa couuty, sentenced for one year for burglary; one from Morgan county, sentenced for fifteen years for shooting with Intent to kill and two from Alien county, both sentenced for burglary one for one year, and the other for sis years. . Tarqit Ps actios .There will be a Target practice at the , German Shooting Soelety Grounds, to-morrow morning at 8 o'olock, ol the new Ca$mopoilan Breech hading Firt-urmi, before the Standing eommittoes of the Senate and House, and the beads of the military depart ments of the State. . STH. B. Cashing, Eiq., will lecture at Armory Hall, at eight o'clock this (Thursday) evening, on "The Hour, Tbo Peril, the Duty." Luge maps of Pensacola and Charleston harbor, will be used for explanation and illustration. XT U till.- J. f. - 4t: aiu vunrgu nil ue waue iur numimiuu. O Tbo young women of Albany, Ga., gave at Blue Spring, near that city, a few days since, what they called a "Homespun Picnic' at which they were all olad in homespun. .., i ' .. . DTEdward Eviritt dolivors in Cincinnati, on this and to-morrow evening, the same Ieo tures whloh he will deliver In this city on Satur day and Monday evenings. ITTbere are five hundred applicants for po sitions in tho Cincinnati police, who lay siege to the City Hall from sunrise to sunset. ITT The people of Piketon and Waverly aro at war about the removal of tbo county teat from the former to the latter place.7 i IIMII - "... ETAa Ingenious idler announces tbat out of tbe letters in tbo word Palmeriton, he can com pose 74S different words.. . -, '. !i - i . KTToAdak, Paradise was Asms. To (he rood anion his descendants, home is Par-1 ST Tbree women were baptised by a Mor mon Elder at Newburgh, Oblo, on Sunday last O The Soloto Valley contains 6,900 rquare miles, or 4,416,000 aoree. Motdal Lire Insurance CoHrANT or New Vasv Partlra havinv nollp.iea In this comnanv l vnmt - o T 1 will take notice tbat Mr. Fan t rick J. Fat bsi I been appointed agent for this city. This is Tory responsible . company its assets now t amount to nearly , teeeii milions of dollari, All Ipersons desiring to Insure In a responsible office. till find It to their advantage to call on tbe gent. ". AU tbe profits' are divided among tbe k . i. . . . - ' ....... ... insured. . . I ST! not I at will to may I be thoee I daolad in X Office. vai or Self-abuae, nnder 4,586. bnt p on aie. tor oat the th and for tnd th I "-' i M 1 Wood's Hair Rrstorativi has acquired a deputation from actual tesf and experiment tiblch cannot be enhanced by newspaper puff. a our own vicinity It nas been extensively used. knd we believe In every ease with every desired result, and receives tbe universal endornrmeiii of all who have tried It. We therefor recom mend it as one of those few genuine tMstrtrei which accomplishes all It professes, and all the tn of bild and gray could desire. Columbia Spy. . Good We met one of our friends yesterday on Broadway, and were astonished at the ohsnge in his appearance. : few weeks ago we saw him, he was pale, lean and dejected; complain In tf of weakness and debility, bavin- been so afflicted all summer. Now he appears to be fat, , healthy and strong We learn be owed his res ; toratloa entirely 19 McLban'i Stsisothikino WORDIAI ' . .' H '( I.;. . , M . . ( I We advise all who are complaining of Gsn- wal PebiUty 10 try it; U is certa ulv vert ileaaant remedy. We learn that there are laree uantltiee of It lellipg dajly. 4.'raiy HtrtU IT We congratulate our readers upea the discover of a oure for Rheumatism, Oout and Nenrelote anil all Mo-m,.!.! r.t.u .a. -.Mot, r: : .: . . '. , cuoutsu wuuuuv toe use oi internal mtaiouuw, which destroy the constitution and give tempo rary relief only. In (tot it is the only known remedy tffecting a perfect oure, and we feel,.. warranted, from its recommendations, in calling the attention of the afflicted and those having friends suffering from . Rhenmatism, Gout or Neuralgia, or the pernlolous effeotsof Mercury. to the advertisement In another column of our paper, of Dr. Leland's Autl-RheumaUo Band. LCTR. Kiratiick, No. 165 South filch StrMt.hu tnn hnl Mm.., -.f nu -j Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver and Plal IV.,. t. dm.it ... , .u times. , a " ' . vj ose advertisement or vmr Mm..', Halr.Iorigorator in another column. O All should read Prof. Wood's advertise- mnt ln another colnmn GUERNSEY'S BALM! I 1 I I -.-... . W H W AUVLlil IbfcMENTS - NEW ARRIVALS OF Spring & Summer. Millinery. The Btoolc Replenished DATTsY FROM LATr.ST inPflnniATiiiwi aia? NEW YORK. MY BT0CK Ot Spring & Summer Millinery V U -w eesaplrte, eomprIito mty varl.tr of Mlllln alio, a Urga auortmsnt of Kmbroldtrlei, Hoilary HoUom. ., and In quantltlei and prlcti that can fall to salt alt who may favor u with a call. The good. hav. been bought at Panlo price., and will be .old a until advanea on eoit. MILLINERY. Miss M. E.YOUNG, late of New York City, anpertntend the Millinery Department. Her lont experience In the most fashionable Katabllihment In Broadway will alone be a warranty that abe will be able glr entire satbraetlon In matters of taste to all who favor tier with their ordert. The Ladles of Oolnmbas and vicinity will pleat ic- P' linear thanks for their liberal patronage, and would rupeotfully solicit a continuance of the same. R H. WARE, 68 East Town mt,t Cilumbm, O. sprll-dSm-eod "The How; The Peril; The Duty." LECTORS TBI! 1TINIRO, AT I O'CLOCK, AT ARMORY HALLI -BY- II.B.CARRINGTON.ESQ. Larg Maps of Fenaaeola and Charleston Harbors will used to r1t cornet Impreuioni ot the topography of point of prwent InUrat. IJj" No charge for admliilon. aprll-dlt SJOPAUTNEBBUIP NOTICE. HAVE THIS DAT ASSOCIATED with me, In th Orootry bniinew, Mr. ADAH NII8WBNDIR. Th buiinei will hereafter be con- under tbe Arm nam of Dimim t Nmwnui, at uia Diana, no, m norm uign ureal. ' U. 8. BIM1BU. Columbm, April 10, 1841 aprll:dlw Orrici or Couaso Gas Lioitr Sc Coxx Co. ( - CoLUMica, Ohio, April 11, 1BC1. j npne anncai. meeting of the Stockholder of this Company will be held at their In the City of Colombo, o MONDAY, THBS.'d ur Afttiii, icoi, at a o'clock r. n. apu-did. w. 1. mills, secretary. SPECIAL NOTICES. MANHOOD. HOW LOST, HOW K&STOBXD. JtJST PUBLISHED. ON THB NATURE. TREA. MENT AND RADICAL CURB Of 8PKRMAT0RRUXA Dentinal Weakneii, Bexual Debility, Nervouineta.In voluntary Emiulons and Impoteney, reioltlni from Ac By Rod. 3. Culvermll, at. P. Sent teal, In a plain envelope, to any addrea,poit pild. on reoelpt of two etampt, bfDr. CHA8. j.O . KI.INK, Va Bowery, New I oik. Poit Office Box, No marSI:3mdltw HXTHBEWEU'I t or all 'A lIttUAT an LCNG COMPLAINTS, lnclndlnr WHOOPING COUGH, and every Complaint the foreran ner oft and even actual CONSUMPTION. The Great NEUHAL GlCHEIflKDV and Nat. nral OPIATE, adapted to every epecles of Ner vena Complaint Ner Tone aad Chrenlc Headache, Itheumaa tlam. Catarrh Tooth and Ear Ache, Leae of Sleep, andllowel Corn latnts. UNIVERSAL COUGH RKMEDY. HUHMKWZtL'l TOLU AS0DYHE. No ral Joitlo can b don th above preparation) by proconn and reading descriptive pampnleti.t loana witn an aaaier. or win d km dj rropnetor demand, formal and Trial Bottle ent to Phyit clan, who will Ind development In both worthy their tocoptano and approval. OormpondSDoe wllolted from all whoie neeeatttie or enrloalty prompt to a trial of the abov reliable Km ' - for l by the nraal wholtaal and null dealer everywhere. JOHN lit nrjSNEWELl, Proprleto I OBKMIBT AND FHASJUCIUTUT, . . Ifo. 0 Commsreial Wharf, Boston, Mass. Boberts A Samuel. N. B. Marple. J. K. Cook. 3. U Denig, O. Denlg A Bona, A. J. Bclraeller A Son, AnnU Coiumbu. Ohio. myl aiy Ia all eaaes of oostlvnea,dyipepia, billions and llvr affections, pile, rheamatbna, ftvert and ago, obatl head achn, and all general derugemtnts of btalth PIIU hav Invariably pnvd a oertaln and vpeedy remedy. A (Ingle trial will plu th Llf PU1 beyond reach ofoompetttloa to th Mtltutloa of every p ticnt. . ' " . Dr. Moffat' Phoinlx Bitten will b found sqoally f fioaelon tn alleaae of nervous debility, dytpepala, head ache, the dekneae Incident to tuaale In dslloat health, (very kind of waakseta of th digeatlv organs, al by Dr. W. B. MOT! AT, 335, Broadway, N. T. by all Druggtat. , ' majrB9-dtwly The following it an extract from letter written by th Rev. J. B. Holm, pxter ot th Plerropemt'Street Baptilt Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to '-'Joarnal and Mewenger , Cincinnati, O., and ipeakt volame lo favor of that world-rwswnd medlcln, Ua Wnniaw's Bootbim (Urarr roa Onuan TmaiMi 'Waaa advertiament Id your onlnmni of Has Wimow'i Booran-a Bvaots Mow w nerer eald a word favor of a patent madictn oafor in our life, bat we feel compelled to any to your read an mat thia l no tmm bur wi hav Taiio rr, ind a-ow it to a au. n tuin. It I oiobably on of th moit nroful medl eluee oi the day becanae it I on of th bnt. and the your resdert who bav bable can't do Utter than lav lo a (apply." ... ; ocayaiw AVKRT1SBRJNT. mm -for th INSTANT RBLIBt and PIRM AN1NT OVH1 of th . dlitreMlng oomplalnt UM JEOKCniAL 0 10 A BIT T Sil. staossf u. . bb-ywodr 00.. 107 Run Bt.. H. rrto gl pot box tent tn by port,, f OB BALI , ayS-dtwlyia . ai.!,. BJtDOailtl. i TRIA8TJET BEPARTMSNT OF OniO I OoMBaya, April 8, , Barine Banlc ol Cincinnati:'" ALL PERSORS nOLDINOTlin CIH ealating Noaa of th Bavlnga Banker cini.,,,. will preeent the Mm at this otHoifoi redemption, whan .Va.Mlll aa alal tfa.lt a a.' a ' " aprtdlnt A.r,"TOl,TrMUrro.itU. . w I to it M was tbat not ua days. on been from day, in tbe is men ready break tbe day see log In aeaio guns two to are to er Dial oi aet of of TELEGRAPHIC! REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. From New York. [Special dispatch to the Evening Post.] w"'nii, April 10 It Is now certain that mm. M. o Tnd. SiK2B.SS tfJSt 1 learn upon eomnetent enthnrit. that. th. adopted for the relief of Fort Sumter is sub- siantially as follows! In CM. of neoMflft. unn. plies are to be thrown into Sumter by means of uDmuer oi small Doats, which, presenting """ oa more scatterea marks lor the can non of the rebels, will nrrhana ava nnnMnunn k, i.t.j -- . . uiuuusuea. i ne uovernment nas chartered number Of small achnnnora unit nthnr or-aft. mhinh ff'ild ,&nd baf'; Tbat ,hMe fo l??! ?lCb,uletoa PU PPM prob- -ma irom we tact mat tne coarter aoes not bind h.em to go farther south than Savannah. These icnnnnai-a n -ui, .a m ..n i- v. ing boats on the side towards Fort Sumter Ibese boats will, of course, be entirely protect ed from the guns of the rebels by the wall-like men ana Bona contents or the larger Teasels. This plan will be adopted only in the event mat ine unoriostonian tire upon the small steamers loaded with provisions that are first sen. in. id tbat case, of course, the Fort will not umy provwoni dui men, ana tne LK. 'b0.T ' de,"le1 ia.a !dmlble on - "7 ii li'ii ui inriiB anw pann. " "ui iwiuii anv renuiaile force Into th Fnrt without any probability of aeriuus loss. The men-Ot-war are to steam in and hnlit (ham. selves in readiness to check anv attemot to in tercept the boats by armed vensels, as well as keep the neighborhood of Fort Sumter as clear as possible fro ml assaulting: parties, who can be easilv dealt with by shells from the steamers, thus leaving Major Anderson and bis men at leisure to receive relnforoements. and, need be, deal with Forts Moultrie and John son, which he can silence without much-loss of lime. The plan has been thoroughly considered, and 'l (be leaders are men of skill and'couraire. is certain, wiinout muco, II anv. loes of it ia quite posaioie mat unioreseen contin gencies may cause an alteration of the nro gramme, but it is certain that the plan above detailed has received commendation in high quarters, and it appears leasable. [Special dispatch tothe Herald.] April The floating batte'v towed Into position between Sullivan's isinna ana rort Sumter The flant la iint.it In sink, I..., I. t. . - J offStooa to-night c"-" Ca.. A'.il in a .. u... ... w. n UdbllTj IB UUUriJ naninrl O.. a tn t . . avwvu. l urkouiuier will da k mgem witnnut waiting lor the bolitioa fleet. rfllLADCLPHlA. Anrll 10 nian.toK t.AM Waehinetoo etate tbat the iloon of war Jatnua. town, and the frigate St. Lawrence, now at tbe avy i aro. nere, are to be fitted out for sea. Niw Yore. A mil 10 Th,. i. . .ann.. v... Jeff. Davis has teleirranhed to CharlpaL.n to fire on any vessels entering the harbor for purpose) oi supplying fort Sumter with pro visions. The brig Perry will be ready for sea in a few The work on the Wabash and Savannah eoea briskly. " It is rumored that the steamer Vanderbilt has sold to the Southern Confederacy. w to [Special despatch to the Commercial.] April 10 Tbe President bas ordered two of the most efficient volunteer com panies into service. Guards are to be detailed them to protect the publio buildings. Another battery ot light artillery arrived to to replace those withdrawn. New York, April 11. Those best informed tbe government policy give.no credence to report tbat there will be a fight in Charles ton harbor, and declare that Fort Sumter la to be evacuated. Timet dispatch from Washington says it understood on good authority that the govern ment and Major Anderson will demand an ex planation from Gov. Pickens of his refusal to al low Lieut. Talbot to return to Fort Sumter. South Carolina will be held responsible, as it is not the Intention of tbe President to treat with Jeff. and the Confederacy officially. The Southern Commissioners leave to morrow morning for tbe -South. The Tribune'e dispatch says 3,000 or 4,000 are known to be enrolled at Baltimore, for any desperate design which may promise reward. Measures have been taken to up this pernicious organization. The Herald1! Washington dispatch says tbat President told a visitor to-day, that decisive events need not be looked for before tbe last or this week. He remarked, "we will then whether they dare to fire upon an unarmed vessel to provision our starving soldieis." He expressed but little hope of tbe preservation of peace, but evinced a decided determination to relieve Major Anderson and to bold tbe other Southern Forts at all hazards. Dispatches from Montgomery say that Jef ferson Davis U considering the propriety of so to Charleston. ' President Lincoln says he baa positive knowl edge that an attack on Washington is in con templation. He has communicated this Infor mation to several Governors of Northern and Western States. It Is understood tbat he de sires tbem to oall out the militia, and hold them readiness at a moment's warning. It is un derstood that Governor Curtin will oall out the Pennsylvania volunteers on the least sign of danger, for the occupation of tbe Capital. A leading Ohio Democrat dispatches to the President as follows! "We are for you to the it yon win bold fort Sumter. Tbe neces sity of holding It is absolute." Of .. a it of 1 by ing [Special to the New York Times.] CAnLMTON, April 10 The floating battery now In position, commanding the harhttta of Fort Sumter. It carries two 34 pounders, lorty-iwo pounaers ana 64 men. The Fede ral steamers are expected to night.' City fill ing with troops. ' New Yok, April 11. The steamshln Coat- aaooalcos arrived to-day. She landed twocom. panies ot infantry at Key West, and had to go Havana for water. Over 400 troona were brought bere. 1 he troops still In Texas. 1.000 In number. in exoeuent neaitn, witn abundance of pro visions and means of transportation. Some of nave to march 701) miles to reach tbe coast. . , . ' From Washington. Washington. April 10 Of tha National Rifles, of over 60 members, onlv half consented be mustered. The reason for this, aa in oth similar oases, was that some of the men were pureueueiTo luey would DO ordered to some point beyond tbe limits of tbe District of Colom wniie others were oowllliutr to take the which might compel tbem to fight against .uaryiat.u sou Virginia, or other southern States. It is said they were Informed that tha oath must be takeo tlDCOnditionallv. tha infraction woicn wouia expose them to punishment OO' al-l-- t " " in rutps ana arttoies oi war. Capt. Carrineton's comnanv. of elehtv men. were mustered into service to a man. Tbe accepted companies bavo already been piaceu on uuty, - A new military department, formd of Ma j i . - ryland and tbe District ol Colombia, is to be estaDitsDea.witn uoi.u. r. Htnith, Comman daot, and Captain Talbot as Adjutant. onerman s arnuerv. Irom Fort Ridoeiv Minnesota, and two CJmpaDies, of cavalry aro expeoteu uero to-morrow Tbo President bas appointed -Georce N Baal Maryland, Naval 8tore-keeper at Washing wii ano EiiiBo, vvoimesey to nis former post tlon, as Frst Comptroller of the Treasure. F. M. Caffry.of Pittsburgh, bas entered up on bis duties aa Assistant Attorney General. . Aroumaia noaoe, till recently, Chier Clerk tbat Department, hat gone to Montgomeiy, ana in pitae too vacated is Blled Dy Kicbard Date, bod oi io Attorney ueoeral wasHinsTon, April 11. five comnnnie t : a f a . aa. marobed to tbe War Department to-day, and took the army oatb. They were informed the obligation was ior three months. v. Uol. till" worth has been tendered th cam mand of a Zooave corps, but has not accented is luougnt an gives mem tne Dcnettt ol bis experience. St. Loon, March 11. Tbo New Mexican correspondent of the Repnblicsn says that tbo citizens of Arisona, In Convention at Messilla, on tbo 16th nit., resolved themselves out of tho Union. .' ' ' Gen.' W. C. Jones, formerly of Missouri, aa. nomnoed himself a eandidate to represent Art. too la tho Congress of ..the Confederate States Virginia Convention. Richmond, April 10. The following resolu tion was adopted i Retolvtd, That Virginia will wait a reason able time for an answer to ber propositions, but with the Indispensable condition, that a paolfio policy be adopted toward the seceded States, no attempt made to subject them to Federal author ity .or to reinforce forts, or to recapture forts, arsenals or other property, or exact payment of duties; and that all forts in the seceded States ought to be evacuated. . Toe extreme Union men in the Convention say they are not to be moved by telegraphic dis patches, and indicate tbat thev will stand bv the Government,' if steamers are attacked. The Conservatives entertain different sentiments. The Convention amended the thirteenth reso lutlon and passsd it. It is as follows: In the oninlon of this Convention, the peonle of Virginia wilt regard any action of the Fede ral Government or of the Confederate States, teudine to produce a collision of forces, pending the efforts to effect an adjustment of existing aiuiouities, as unwise ana injurious to me inter ests of both, and thev would regard anv such action on the part of either as leaving them free to aetermine their own luturo policy. i ne Convention adjourned. Crailiston. April 10 The Convention ad ourned, sub ject to the call of the President -Th f . . ... . uuorenuon passed a resolution approving Uen Twigga behavior.. A thousand troons were sent to the fnrtlfi tlon to-dav. Wiefall. Chestnut. Means. McGnwan anil ooyiaton have received appolntmeuts in Geo ueaureeard's staff. A large number of the members of the Convention, after sojournment volunteered as privates About 7.000 trooni re now at ine loriiucaiions. Boston. April 11th. The steamnr Snnth r. ollna, bence for Charleston, nut into Norfolk jesieraay, sdo landed ber passengers, 25 in all and then proceeded to Charltat.un. hi, posed that the spoke the war fleet, and from in telligence received, thought it mnrnrfent tn an ucr pnaseugors to mariesioo. GaciNSBOsa, Ind. April 11. A secession flac with seven stars, was raised here on the west tower or tbe Court House this morning, si the 9 o'clock train was Dassine throuoh. liro.t in. dignation was manifested by the citizens. The flag was taken down, and the stars and atrine ! ... ' r raieeu iu it aveau. w YoacApril 10. The steamer Africa sailed for Liverpool this P. M. She takes $75,- Noavota:, April 10. The Pawnee sailed yes terday for the South, with sealed orders. Washington, ADrll 10 Reliable informa tion slates tbat tbe rumor that Uen. Amnnrti uiarcoiugoa orownsvuie is laise. New York. Anrll 11. Minit r leaves in the Cahawba. for Havana, to.dav. on. route to Mexico. Noarosa:, Aorll 10 The Pooahnntn day, with sealed orders. tr at 3 HON. EDWARD EVERETT 3d. O r 1 u T-n hna. HON. EDWARD EVERKTT WILL IE0TURE IX ARMORY HALL, 6N BaTUBD&Y AND MONDAY EVENINGS, April 13jaandl5th,i861, , 8nbict for Satnrdntf Vvnin iitiid vin.-vn.va fRANKLIN." 8 " TRONOHy" Mnd7 EvenlD!-!'TnE OP AS Ticket 2J cent. Referred seats SOcenti. Door l onen at 7 aVInk. rA..,M. . " a o'clock. Ticket for nmrvnl m. h h.,1 .k. j. 8turday, April 13th, at the Hal i. an8-d d TO BUSINESS , MEN. A N EXCELLtMT rilir ino XV reliable bnilneaa men to annM . nmHl..kla ana..... factoring bualnea. reauirlne bnt a amn ...n.i i i,. a.lahllalan mwA a. . a. ... . a aua. J.I W.CWH HUH. The manufaoture coniiala In lha nnniiaiia-. . cullar composition or enamel to common red brlcka, and variety of other building material, ornamental archi tectural flniablng, ceiling, tlUa for floor and for roofing. Thia enamel may be tinted of an nt. ika pureit white to the deepeat black, with all the color ihadei between . It imoarta to the artlelea tn vhi-h ie applied a bardneu and durability almost incredible, a lauty aurpa,'Dg that of the rarest and moit coatly the variegated marulei. and, unlike them, li Impervl ou to moitturo, and will never fade, Main, or deterior ate, ooiting but a fractional part ot the price of ordinary marble, ' It la alio valuable for table and stand top, mantle piecea, monument, and an end lew variety of other artl elea of atple uae. The proceaa of applying the enamel aimple, while the article enameled will oommand a ready aal affording large profit. Kejponiible partiei may procure licenae for manufacturing under the pat ent for any city or prominent town lo the United State, pplying to th aubeoribor. A amall tar i a on th ar ticle manufactured will be required tor the o,e of the Invention. Circular siTinafull nartienl.n am h rnr. wanted to all applicant. The auperior merit and beam nt ihim ...a.i.,i kniM. material to nvlhini in na hu ih. i. doraemeotof many or the moit eminent architect and aclentltlo men of thu and other eltiea. . . ror particniar addrei , J0HHS0K 4 'PBALL, General Agents for Eosmsled BnildlDg Kateriai, pa d3m. S3 NASSATJ BT.. NEW YORK. to Paid Paid Paid NOTICE. HAVE SOLD TO OIK. HENRY WIL SON my DBCO BTOBK. which la r.mn-i.ri it,. comer of Ulgh tnd Gay atreet to th Bouthweit corner oroaa ana mga atreet, Uolumboa, Ohio. With many thank to my former patron and customer-, I respectfully requeat the continuance of their fa- ori to my aucceaoor. . , BNRv M. Nmi. Coiumbu, April 1, lefll. DRUG STORE. HAVING PURCHASED THE ' DRUG STORK Of Mr. HlXt M. Hm. I h. nrvanarl new on tbe South weat oornerof Broad and High itreeta, vu.uu.ua,., vuiuoong we out ana rtiiaoi ifaad for tittouttntu or many y tart. - I have a freih and well ,-lected itock of Pur Jfff. efne. ma Pur Ohtmtcalt, together with Paint, Oil, """'. uiuany aept ln icn an eatabliahment. IIP PnaHCKlFTIOM earAIUllv mvnt nmmnHviMmnAnt.ii. d. . r r---i Store opea at all hSnr of th day and night. I reipectfully lollclt th patronage of th publle. x ', . . . HBNRY WILSON. Columbm, April 1, 1861 pr6:dlm THE JtlUTUAt, LlfE NSUJUNCE COMPANY OB1 NETW YORK. , 8 WiMTOit, Preldent. Isaac Abbitt, Secretary. Ret Caah Aaaet. February i," I8U1, ' 96.080,050.74. BlCBBiT OOMPAXY IH TUE UXITED STA.TESI ICPA11 th Profit are divided among the lnturecUQI Application and Pamphlets can be had by applying to FRED'KJ. FAY, Aoini, - , Carpantar'i Building, 117 South High Street. pr v aim REMOVAL. &. Z03rlo ct 0. - HAVE HEIVIOTBD THEIR OFFICE to th 8oath-wst corner of Utah and Prlend tree to. "UP STAIRS! And will eontlou to keep on hand a larg stock of BOOTS . AND ' SHOES. Th ttentlcn of Merchant! and Dealer t resnectfnl. ly Invited to our stock. 8. DuYLBfcCo. mreh:qtiiijniy3i. BTtRNC CHITTINDIN. . . . HINBT T. ORITTINDKN. 0. &H,T. CHITTENDEN, . . ATT0R5IT8 AT L AWi 'L. L ?t T O'Offlcei, 30 William Street, w Tork OJty, and Paso-i' Bdiloiho. Columbus. Ohio.' - : , i - . - i JJjCareful attention paid to Collections. , prll8:d8m ' . ' . 1ITAN TED.-AOI!NTI TO HV.t.t. VV package of STATIONERY and JEWEI.RV. .t price one-third leu than can be purchased elsewhere Call on or address (stamp oncloied) i. L. BAILEY, No. m uonrt it., nosion, mass. 'march 8:dara. BLR ACHED SHEETINGS ADD BUIRTINGS. all widths, of mostosl.brated makes, dow offered la greatest variety and at very low price. BAIN at BOH, " prll5 No. 89 Booth High itreet. RBPEL.LAMT OB VATEB.PROOf CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes of Spring Cloak Cloths, ln all deslrabl mixtures Bindings, Taa Ml and Battoot to Batch. BAIN m. BON, aprili t Ho. S9BouUtHlghitrt. THE MARKETS. New York Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, April 11. I LOTJR reoelpt of 10,(57 bW! market ahnut So. better with fair demand! rki ol 10,000 bbl at 3 80S I aoforiupe.ftuatatat i i&tZ 4S foa extra Slate: 5 SO J IIOroriaperuMeitraweiteral )S 3S5 65 for common to medium extra weatera; 93 85(3 70 for hipping brand extra Round Hoop Ohio. Canadian flour ahade firmer; lei of 1.201) ; BY1C LOU iteadfat (3 Mi 0. WHEAT recelnti of 12.0M bnah. Market In belter. with a fair export demand) tale of 93,000 bu,h at $1 il7 Wl (18 for Ohleaito (prlng; ,S8fort north weatera club i.juoii in inrmiwao club: ai m tor itnlar rail wtternf (1 36 for Canadian elub; $1 37 for common to Winter red weatera; ft MS1 snu for while weatero Kin-nrm; nleorsB.owibuihatS9c. BARLIV dull at65(970c. - CO HN receipt of 3.000 bnih; market better; ale or 70,uuu bum tt 07iuHo for old mixed weitern in aenvered; ujo lor new ao delivered. OITB firm at 33(S3Uo for weitern Canadian and niaie. . t. . . PORK quiet and firm; ulea of 100 bbl at 1 17 SO .or mi., fix J3'ij ior prime. hb air more aotlffe. OUT MEATS-ateady. LA RD-flrm; tale of 50 bbli at i10iio. -BUTTER In fair requeiUt 10lo for Ohio and Mi$ 10 for State. OBBEBE 'idy at 0(310s for common to prim. ' WIII'KY-without miuiri! ctaange) ale of 1,200 bbli at IftStlRXo. CorfKK remain atudy bat qntet; ulea 450 bag rio at ll12Kc; 1U0 baKimorlcaba lie. 8UOttj dull and drooping; ulea 18 hhd of Cuba at 4iM, and ou nhda porto rlco at So. WOL A84K8 nnchaneed and ateadv. STOCK generally lower, bat moderately active. money nuiet at f and i Mr cent, on call. Bterllne Ex. cnanCS aun: unio u i vy, u at Toledo H'Jii: o 0 O 03V; Pan 109; Pao Hall 77W; Erie 14V; Harl 13 ReadineSO: M 13Wf: doauotadat ai: U a iH: S V O axi nuoioo jok; uanera preierrert a: tian a Hln Joieph 44; Cal V 83; N 0 0 7G; 815; Tenn 71; Bo 59: VaSU, Ind 58.89: lludion lit bonda 105: Harlem lit bond IWV, .... Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, April 10. FLOUR-waa a little mar caaily bonehtat the lata qutationa, and the wcukueia of th market, together wiiii an anxiety on tne pari oi mi lira to reeiixe, retail ed In rather creator number of aalea than fdr wnni daya paat. Some unimpeded, fair uuerflne. waa in ha had at 94 25, bat' good gridet Inapeoied are ruling at .h. .V i1 IU" WHEAT was more (onght for to-day nd tbe maket nrmer, ill la amen tor Kea.and for or me article delir end I 03 wai paid. Mlllera ,t,nd otf at anything above Wo. White we will quote at ai05ei 10 CORN la onchanied. No ImnrOTement la noticed la tne aemana toriniument. aod ihelled Ueonaeonentle aa dull aa ever. v OATS held more firmly uoder th Influence of lleht BAKLSY ARTE continue dull at th lait onota. tlana. WnieKZ-dragKed at 13 Vo to Cln. Ctm. Anr. II. ' r" Cleveland Market. April 10. f LOUR tedy at oootatloni. Balra of InO bbli red t 14,72. WHEAT (laid, galea of 500 bu,h white 'mm ,tnt 11.17; 1 oar do very choice, on iraoH, at aame flzuie: can red on track at l. 04. CORM dull, and without change in quotation! OATS quiet at 24o. SEEDS aale, of 150 bmh Clover at a 00: and llrht RKaNB aaleaof 30 bnih fair white at tl&e- asln.nrai atTOo, B tlOKED ME ATS eale of 300 ,a rood tinin.rnn Bhoolder at 7 He, 500 fc a Hama at 9)c. niuiwinitgiait iu eaieiof sObbl. LARD aalea of 8000 & at 9o. 0 II KB8E demand fair. Bale of 1000 Iti'Wnbm Beserve at 8Hc. BUTT aK old la ln light demand at quotation. New quickly taken on coming foiward at ldfilfia for eond choice. h DO Philadelphia Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] PHILADELPHIA, April 11. FLotra (tetuly at S5 i"l for mnerflne: VniT-nn, ebaoged; nlciof 10,000 bmh; led 1 13,3. white l,-0 i.zu. uoBH-acnr at wo.Uorrna rio 14MW14X. WatfiT 17 l18o. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ITEE INSURANCE COMPANY, or Dividend JTannary l, ISO I, 49 For Cent. ASSETS Statement Janitary 1, Dal.aa. a a, a , ( T ... , Ql" 1 1,812.556 50, 1861 ata.au. a, foi .ui.wcih .mi. .a loiu,.,,, Eenalffed rnv Pnartinma 111-. . ' 3,408,532 39 ing the year WO S7G3.053 55 Received for Intereit during the year J6G0 IU,0M 10 Total receipt for lf0.... 1977,007 74 C (aim by Deth,287,U40 00 Policle turren- dered 41,111 29 : Salarie, Poit- age, Taxe, Kx- i- change, etc 31,620 54 Paid Commltiloni to Aunnla 1I W In Paid Phyalciana' fee. i.Ufit 75 Paid Annuitlea 1,517 00 Paid Dividenda dur- log the jear 106,500 75 565,091 63 ' i ' 411,976 14 Net Balance January 1st. 18GI..... .' AS9ITS. Cuh on hand (0.6284 19 Bond and Mortgage on Real Batata, worth double the amount loaned 9,327,841 68 Premium Note, on Pollciea In force, on ly drawing 0 per cent. Intereit . l,279.i64 17 Beal Kttaie 90.CUS 97 LoamonHcrip..... 5,93144 Premium. Note, and Cash, in court of tranamimioo.... 45,343 75 3,(119,558 50 Total Aaaets. 3.619,556 50 75T 5 Policies In force, Inaurlng 2Sr486,S38 1,435 new Policies have been limed during the year. After a careful calculation of the preeent vain of th outaunding Pollciea ot tbe Company, and having the ntetttary amount in reeerve therefor, the Director nave aeciarea a uiviDimor percent, on th Preml uma paid at the table rate, to all policle for life ln force, imuea prior to January I, iuu, payable oocording to the present , ule of the Company. . . Batrafor all kindaoi Lite Contingencies, Proapect aie,, Statementa, and Application, will be furnlibed without CHaaai, at the Olllce or Ageocie of th Com pany. R0BT. I.. PATTBRBON, Prealdent. L. C. O ROVER, Vice Praaident. BBNJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary. , , M. Ha BfcESON, Agent, No. 4 Jvhnioo Block, March 28. 1801. ... Columbm, 0. GREAT CURE. DR. LELAND'S ANTI-BHEUMATIC BAND, IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR Bheumatism, Goat and Neuralgia, AND A B0RB CURB FOR All Mercurial Diseases. It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med icated compound, to be worn arouud the Waist, without Injury to the most delicate persons; no chang in habit of living la required, and it entirely remove, th dis ease from th system, without producing th Injurious effect! arlalng from th use of powerful Internal medl clnes, which weaken and dcitroy th commotion, and glv temporary roller only, ny inn treatment tne med icinal propertle contained in the Band come hi contact with the blood and reach the disrate, through thepore of the skin, effecting tn iroty Instance perfect core, aod restoring tbe parts sfflicttd to a h-al'by condition. This Band is alio a mostpowerfol A-n-MeaooauL agent, and will entirely relieve the system from Utpmieiou effect ol Mercury, mooerate cases are curm in a f-w days, s-d we are constantly receiving testimonials of it efficacy in iwravated ca.es cf loi g ttanding. Paicw t..(H), to be had of Druggists ien.rlly, or oin be lent by mail or expren, with full dlree ion for dm, to any part of th country, direct from tha Principal Offlooi , Ho. 409 BBOADwAY, Kaw York., . ' O. SMITH A, CO., Sole Proprietors. N. . Descriptive Clrculsrs Ssnt Ire. Acent Vailid Everywhere. ' mh39-lylsorlstp dfcw - 1 : ' ' FIRST '. OPENING OF THE SEASON SPRING AND SUMMFR GOODS AT P. ROSE'S. IAOAlIf UITKH TO THE PUBLIC ' an tntlr new itooa of Good in my line, just purch ased In New Tork at th ehespeet paoi rates l of whloh I shall lt at the smaltsat pr.nu, tor uasn. my eaatom ..a ..rf ri.nta ar mnectfiillv Invited tocaliand exam' in -ae Soods aad Pileesx aal am determined to sell a aheap or eb-aper than any other hous in th oily; and a 1 do my own waiving, aou wpiiuiwuu wn uu.i neu, I feel snared, from my long .xperleoc in bull- ness,' to glv general ansiscnon. an nnec or wora- meo sre mpiojd, ana an wora aon sinotiy to um sua on short notloe, and warranted to It. Btmogw visiting ear city woold eonsalt their laterest by giving m a call before parcnaetngeisewoeiw.' ,4 r. bubs, , , , t Merchant Tailor, ' march20-dly ' ' Cor Hlh and Town st. ..- . - , FOB HINT, r tIATB TS ACHES OF CHOICE FARM I lNULanu,oncnii muetroet mi city, ior rent, a 1 atmlloation It Bad oon. No. 98 North High atreet, I Ooltuabat. Lpt.lS:dlw) ! O. I. H-HIKO. I In of It hair an after be th the mail full-powered Is by . a PEOF, WOOD'S 171 i AND BLOOD RENOVATOR I la praclHly what It nam Indicate, for, while leaaaot to th tuta. It I ravlvlfyl or, xhllarat- ng, Invlroratlos and trai(thnln to th vital .in b. mjv .iuiv i.iiriun, avio llatea, and renewa th Blood In all It parity, and BF-:iuu, t ono rtaoru and render UU tyilem in ' IwlntratiU to aUaekt ofditeat: It 1 th only U F.earai"u .er oneraa to in woria, o cjiemi- - wny ana uiiuuy oornane a to be in moeli P .worm, Mjoig. ana at ine aam um 0 perreotly a lidapted to, aa to act In twrfeetieeordanoa wlih the M .aw of nature, and henoe will oel'A th tetakttt U MotnacA, and ton up the digeitive orgma, and O Ithui allay all nervoo and other Irritation. It !) 1 ' ' '"(., w, mwuv KU1. 1 , B) 1 joompoitd eotlrely of vegetablea, yet ao combined fl n.rM iv .vnii.nti.i. ... . it, , i ... . , . i out producing any Injurloua ennaeqaeooe Such't a remedy ha long been felt tobeadoilderatumlalta he medical world, for it need! no medical akill rViir ee thatdebiilty followa all attackaof diieaae. and. proceed! and indeed lata tbe nitrm ouen to th. U iosidioua attacka of mint of the mn.i fatal. BnAk 1L .r vumpiv, aa uiv loiiowmg: uouiompuoo, 10 digoation, Dyipepala, Loaa of Appetite, Valntnen. Heart, Melancholy, Night Bwentl. Languor, Qlddl- tt oeia, Retention of, a well aa Painful obstructed iff tnn nmlnM nm ,aa aaan U.A.Im.lInn W.ll.P log of the Womb. Thete all denend unon ceneral idebllitv Thia nnre. hcalthv. tonle Ilnrrti.l ani. ttiood Kenorator I. u aure to cure a the tun to ba rlaaandaet. There 1, no mlitake about It. But lU la lt ........- 1. I . I pen toDiuouiattack, tbe liver bei ome torpid, r worae dlieaied. the kidnu refute tn ciilorm rl 1 1 Pi. their funclloni, and we are troubled wlih icaldlnr ua inconureoce 01 anne. or invo uniarv un charge of the aame, paio to the back, aid and be-'A twecn th ihoulders. exceedinel liable to illohi l J Icolda. OOUBha.and If tttichnrliMl. afwin mftAlailj,i W I 'oiiowi. and uie patient goeadown to a pr.m.ture a It trwm- Uitl .namat ... .IIh. I. ...... .. H I the many Ilia to which we are liable ln a weakened V vh. aji. n ... uw. anv. ua m. .uuuiciBLC , , i njindillnn r.f lha UH.aaalll u. U .1.1. I Curiliavl ainl Illrx.,1 U-nr,vi.t,.. v.-.n K.vn a n.Tr'c.-, '( , I l,.r. nlaa.ant .nil .ITa.1,,.1 ..m.H. f. 1.... IH Appetite, hlliouineaa, Vlatulence weak and lick . j ..... 'll stomach, Languor, LlrerXomplalnt. Chilli and fever, or any Iil!louaatlak, Coillveneu. Acldityl ... iud giuwiui, uciTgmnnii iicuraiaia. raiDiia . I Hon of the Heart, Depmeion of Spirit. Borea, M ntiAtrirnn CORDIAL uniiivn Hmpleton the Face, or any dia-aae arlalng impure blood, inch aa Scrofula. ErriiDelaa. Dm rl chitla, Cough, difficulty of Breathing, and all thai U, cl.M of dlMaie. celled female wcakneM. and H enumerated above. We will alu u, the traeeler LJ eipoted to epldemica, change of climate and wat-i .K N er, win nna it pieaaant, aal and or remedy,! tod none bould vr travel without. Reader.; try It. for we enure ion vou will And in It a Iriend indeed, a well ai a friend in need. Allperaomof 0 waeniary naoiu win nna it penect preventive ot il well ae cure for thoee ailment! to which they are arttcaariy expoaed. Henoe mml,ier,,tudeni,,t c r e.a, li erary gantlemen,nd ladie wbo are not A w ui o. ed lo much outdoor exeiclie, will And tt their advaoUge to keep a bottle conjtaotly on iaoa; and, at.ore all, mother, or those becomfnp uon. wii go through that most dangerous period 4 t only wih all their nocuatomed strength, but ife end fie from tb thousand allmont o orev- .1. Dt a cong tbe female portion of the world. lr .h irt, It Is indeed mother' cordial. Try it. old! ana jonng; no longer run tn in or delay: itwli relieve and prove itaelf emphatically a Rtttora- a Uv QordUtl and Blood Renovator. y O. J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, New xorg, ana lie Market street, 8t Louis. Ho., an sold by R0BKRT8 k. SAVUiL, Columbus, Ohio, and all good Druggiits: Price One Dollar per Bottle. march .8-dkweowly J)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO YOU WANT WHISKERS) YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? ' DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? BELLINGHAM'S I CELKBRATBD Stimulating Ongiicnt, For the WMriceri.and Hair Th aubwrlber (ska pleasure in announcing o the Cttiaens of the United States, tbat they have obtained the Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American publio, the above Justly celebrated and world-renowned article. The STIMULATING ONGUENT prepared by Da. 0. P. BKLL1N0IIAM, an eminent pbyaician of London, and i warrantej to bring out a tnica act ot Whiskers or a Mustache from three to lx week. This article Is the onlv wne the kind used by th J'rench, and lo London aod Pari le In universal use. It Is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet atlmnlatlng compound, acting as if by msglo upon the roots, causing aoeauuiui growin ot luxuriant nair. ir appnea to tne scalp, it will cure siLD-na, and cans to spring up in place of the bald spots a line growth of new hair. Ap plied according to directions, it will turn atn or towv dac, and restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. The "Onor-T" ia indispensable article in every gentleman1 toilet, and one week' use they would not for any consideration without It. The subscriber are the only Atent forth article in United States, to whom all order mutt be addressed. Price One Dollar a box for sale by all Druggist sod Dealer; or box of tb "Onguent" (warranted to have desired etfecO will bseot to any who desire It. bv (direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and postage, tl. 18. Apply to or address II0EACE L. nUGKMAK it 00., nxcooirrs, Ao., fetflOd A.6m 94 William Street. Mew-York. CANADIAN ft HOTTED STATES KAIL STEAMERS to and mora LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW, Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, and Th Montreal Ooean Steamship Company' flrst-eliss Clyde-built Steamers sail every Sat urday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and United 8tatea Mail and pusengers. NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAS, BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN, CANADIAN, NOVABC0TIAN. Sberteat, Cheapeat and (lalckcat Con wcyauce from AWERIC1 TO ALL FABTS Of ZVB.QTZ. Kates of Passage to Europe, 830. 800. SO. Will sail from LITIRPOOL ewer Wrdneadar, from QUEBEC ererjr Saturday , calling at LunuunuiKKi, to receive on ooaraano laid aiainana Pusengers, to and from Ireland and Beotland ITrTheM Bieamer an built of iron, ln wateMinht oompanmenta, carry eacn an experiences surgeon, ana evry attention is paid to tne convert ana acoommoaa tinn of nessenger. A they proceed dlrtot to LON DON. KT, tbe gieat rlik snd delay of sailing at St. John' avoided. Glasgow passengers sre famished with ran Tmssace tickeu to aod irom lionaonaurry. Reiurn ticke'a granted at reduced rates. Certibcates Issued for carrying to and bringing out put eng-r from all th principal towns of Great Britain and arci.oa. at rcjucj raiea, i.y lura iitra m nnimn, ana the WASHINGTON LINK Of BALL1NQ PACKETS, leaving Liverpool every wee. Sight Dral le fot i and npward. pny ante incngiuno, sreriiaaa, acoi land or Wale. For passnge, apply at th Oflloe 83 RtTOAHa WAV, New Work, and IOWaTEK ST., A.Terpeoi, 8A8ZL k BEAELB, Oaaaral igenU, Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC, BolO-lydfcw Btatemoan OtBoa, Columbus, Ohio. TRAVELLERS! WHIM yon go to New Turk , drive direct to the . . BtVAlTHsOFelAM HOUSE, BtOADWAT, COSHER Of H0TJST0R STKST, Conducttdon the ; KTJROPKAN PLAN. Onrd Far, Good Booms, Prompt Attendance, and Mod rat Charges. 8IN0LE ROOMS 50 CTS. 75 CTS.and SI PER DAY. , DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS 1, JO to 3. Meats as ordered. This Hotel has all th appointment of the best hotels, a most central location, end is heated throughout by stem. SAMUEL B. MB AD. march 9d 3m Proprietor. Employment. ' ' THE STJBSOKIBKHS.'DBALINO II I a Staple a llcle, will furotih emplovment to tew aotiy men to act as agent ior their bona. A preferenoe will be given lo tho who are well acquaint ed In th dlatrict for which they apply. For whloh service, they sr willing to nay a salary oitrom $600 to $900 Djt yoar, ani fxpaoiea. Tor further partlcalai address 1 J. ; V, Wf B. MOREHOUSE A CO. ' ' ' ' S and 5, Iiehsns Plso. .aott-dam. Jetey0lty, N. J. Ji. OAIID. . TTAV1N6 TniS DAY SOI.D OFJH JUaBtockofaroeerteetoMr O. B. DIMIN9, w cheer tally rc commend him to our ia pstroniana irteoas. IHOS. WALKS A SON Oolatabna, March Wtb, WCl.-apI-dtf. 0 en tltotu!?A&,? ACordl1 ' deblUtaUl aod thaUmni Dr. J. IL'ZIctJ3AK'3 Streagilicaiiig titittfffl ' FTJIUT'TTIT? The Greatest Beady in The HrlH AHDTHl , -. - von SEuaovi v ArTt- DELIGHTFUL' COKDIAX x EVER TAKEN. TTIS 8TKICT JL ly a nlentiao and veget egetable OompoaadL - Krooand by th diatii ition of Root. Hern . and Barka, Yellow Dock, Blood Root, Oaraparllta, ay I i A v Uberiy Bark and Daa-, dalloB ntora lata tte ..1 mt Wort TnkillEtir actlr' reaaediaiiftfrTaklllV. prtnclnle of nA lnn-Mllnt la thoroa.Mv ita ny new method of dliUlllng, prxlodng. licio-ki. i blleratlng apirlt, and th moat ISI ALLIBLI masdy for renovmtlna tha ilinail vitem. and raatorln tha atuk. nrrerlng and deblUtated INVALID So HEALTH aad BTRBNOTH. ncLEAW'S STHEPfOnilBWIIfSa COB DIAIi WIU ffeetally T'J rlX57 LrVIR COMPLAINT. DYBP1PSIA. JAUHDIOI Ohronlo or HarrniM TlnMltta. " 0 the triitnaM. TTi . ' jf' V 7l and all dlaeaae arttlng from a diaordered Uver or Bto . ' ch, Dyapepila, Beartbore, Inward Pile Acidity er Biak ' oci of the Btomach, Vallnaaa of Blood to to Hm4, Dull pain or (wlmmlng In th head. Pl..tmtlon of th Heart 'UllnoaaOr Weivhi In Ih. Dlnnrh. Wn lnHaliim. Choking or tolTooatinr fcellne whiai lYlnitn. ri..mJ 1 or leuownea or the 8kin and Cye. Night , la Ward Vevera. Pain In th mull Id th hu-k hjM n. wXAm ?u1IJn riuabe of Heat, Depneiion of Spirit, Frlghtfol UMn, I a n n- T U T : Boree or Bio tehee an the Skin, and lerar mat, An (at A - -i M-(faui( v-awiuunHif w a. paintvimw a tlhllll Anil Vawaa n..a. . , , . . a .-aaa.a. -a. ..a....ww wa I ' ll.va haa l .V.. .1- .V. - . t . 1 eiance na it railed in giving entire atl9fetla Who, then, will aunerfrom Weakiem or DeliiUty when Ho LEAN'S 8TRENOTHENINO CORDIAL will eai yoal no lancuara nan Hmm an arinnaala MM ae ItM Imn V.'"";!??.. ,b,a?T . w Llfifr1"? &kmt W!"!0 "'u,""n reaiorea to it pruuoe neaiw ana vigor. iixanniriii -cnowna,. Or other ccnactoni of Inability, from wbata-nVi will find McLean Strengthening Cordial a thonmgh regenerator of the ayatem; sod all wfc may hav Inland themaelve by Improper Indulgence, will find la th0r- aiai eertam and apeedy remedy. To tbe) Ladlea 73 McLean's Strengthening Cordiil I a overelgn and speedy ear lot ' K'T'- INCIPIENT ro.xscnPTion.wHiTEi Ohttructe or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, falling of th Womb, atddlnaea, Vaintlng and all Dlaeases ineid H t, J remaie. pore is no Mistake About It. wRoffer do longer. Tak It according to Directions. .iiisumoiaie, atrengtiMo and tnvlgomt yer aad ae uioom oi neaitn to mount your cheek again . aveiy noma i warraotcd u glv T-llefactlria , . V FOB CHILDBEN. ,v....A If your children r alrkle. mint. fw mirtA Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robaaL. Bala ant a sanmaat 1 mil. . uaa,vss,vua "J IV. UU JTUU Will Of) COOTlOOta. - fr . IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKB. OanTIOIf.-aa-Beirara of Tiniinrtafa a vMta ai,. . V try to palm upon yoa some Bineror Barmpariila tniiiZ - which they can bus chean. he rnrln. it i,.., aa . Avoid snch men. Ask for UcLeaa's 8tnogtheoIng Cor- .. dial, and take nothing else It Is the onlv nrmedi that 3 fy th blood thoronirhl and at the aama ua - ' trengthea the system. .... ,,.,TTi) Jl une tablespoonrul taken every morning fating, to a oertain prevenUve of Cholera, Chills ud f vrrYllow Want, or any prevalent disease. Itis put p 4p larg Price only tl per bottle, or 6 bottle for 5. . , J. H. VcLIAJT. .oft Bel Proprietor of this Cordial, AlaO McLe-Ul'a Vftb-anta mi T.Mlaaa.ft Principal Depot oa th comer of Third and Pin ttnatmf Louis, Mo. .:. . 1 KT 5, McLean'i Volcanic Oit Llntment. ,? Tb beat Liniment In th World.' Tha anl aara uwi certain oure for Canoe rs, Pile, Bwsjlltnew aod Bros chit!, or Goitre, Paralysl. heuraigta, Waaknesa of tb Muscle, Chronto or IuSammatoiy Rhetuaatiam. itlff aee of tbe joint, contracted Muscles nr Llaaaieaki 10 araene or loothacne, Bruise, Bpraloa Ws-aud, fresh t A Outs, Ulcers, (mi Bore, Oak ad BrMrt Bor N lea lea. surns, bcaids, Bore Thoat, ov any Inflammation er Pain, no dlffer.no how severe, or ho v long th dtseas saay hav ezUted. McLean's OelthraUd UalcMat la Mr tain remedy. . . Thousand of human being bav bea avd a ttf ot ! decrepitude and misery by th use of this invaluabl med eloe. , , . McLEAN'S VOLCANIC -OIL liniment . 'j T Will relieve pain almost Instantuaaulw. aJ it ma . . cleans, purify and heal th foulest sore ia aa laeneU ly snort um. . For Horace and Otfaer Animal. McLean a celebrated Liniment le tha aal. aafa ..4 aaa. liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bon, Wind-" '! galls, Bpllnta, Unnatural Bumps, Node or Swelling. It . ' will never fail to cure Big Bead, Poll Ivil, fistula, Old running Bore or Sweeny, if properly applied, for ' ' ' Sprains, Bruise, Scratch-, Bore or Wuioda, Orvsied r i ueeia utiales. Saddle or Collar Gall It 1 aa Infallible remedy. Apply It as directed, ud a rare 1 eartala In ' very instance. ' !) Then trill no longer with th aanv worthlea Lta! t men t offered toy on. Ottain a supply of Or. McLeaa celebrated Liniment. It will eon yon. -I- M. IVicI.KAN , Sol Proprbtot, ) Corner of Third and Pin Street, Bt. Louis, Mo. for sal by all druggist. ' ' for sale by ROBERTS A lAVTTBIi. -: ' aaga6-ditwl Coltnahn. Ohio, rx MRS, WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and female Physician, present to the attention of mother. br -"J A soo thing s yptup. FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. 1 - which greatly facilitate tb oroees af taathliur. ta soiV" ing the gams, reducing all Inflammation wll 1 allay ALL rAiN and spasmodic action, and I II ! SUBE TOHEGTJIjATE THE nOWE-.S.A Depend npon it, mothers, It will glv ret to yoarulv acd .-. , , BIUET AID HEALTH TO TOOTt DTTUni. We have pot ap and sold this srricl for over ten years, and CAN SAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRCTS, oXitl what we have never been able to say ol any other madi-l Cine NEVER HAS IT TAILED. IN A BINOLB INI-tV ANCE, TO EFTBCT A CURB, when tlonly aaed.; Kav er did we know an instance of dtsssttsfsatioo by any one who used Iu On the contrary, til ar delighted with ttJJ 9 operations, and spek in term of eommendatioa of It magical eRect and medical virtues. W speak la tog -vl matter "WHAT WIS DO KNOW;" after ten yean' esnw.-MrV rlence AND PLEDGE OCR REPUTATION FOR THB FCLILLMBNT uF WBAT WB HBRB DB0LAU. In-J almost every Instanot where th Infant 1 aaflerisg froam pain and exhaustion, relief will be found ln fifteen 0 tarenty minute after thedyrap Is adminlatered. - This valuable preparation I th prescription of on of th most BXPBIKNCBDand BEILLFCL NOB-BS 14 ,' T New England, and has been need with NEVER FAIL-' i INQ SUCCESS in , TMOOSAVNDS OF CASES..."" It not only relieves th child from pe-ra, out Invigor ates th stomach and bowel, oorrects acidity, and give ton and energy to the whole ay item. -It will attaoot Miit . tantly reliev GB P.HO VX TES E0WIIS, IK) WIN 0 WlIC and overcome con vn irons, smich, If do tpssdily raea. died, end In death We believe It th BBaT aod BUR-' EST RBMEDY IN THB WORLD, tn all case of DTI- ' ENTKKY and DIAKRHGf A IN CHILD REM, wtothafT It rlses from teething, or from any othar cause. - W 'I would wy lo tvtry mother who hs a ahl'd soSerii g from any of the foregoli g oomplsints DO NOT LKT TUB PRrJCDICEB NOR THB PREJI'DICBSOI OTHBRB siauii between yoa and your suffering child, and th ra lief that will be BCRB ye AbSOLUl KLI BURB-S follow th as ot this msdteln. If tlmly nsd. full di rections for using will aocompany eav-h bottle. . Nob genuine units Ui fac-slmii of oCBTIBA PBBaUNB, New York, Is on the outsld wrapper. i- . ,.-..it aoia try all uraggisu uiroughout toe wart. 1 1 v -' Prl clpal Office, 13 reel a r Street PRICE ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLE. oetS7-dwly. ; . ' -- 1-' '; - i. GUERNSEY'S BALM .: DEiTlOVEN AMD PHETEMTS I Mr e.mmatlnrj and pain, and heal th wont barn. nald, braise, eat, or freeh woaod tl any kind, 1 rr-enta "r- swslling sad pal irasa o -auog. mosgwiw misa,ao a poisonous plants, aeuralgle. rbeaautlem, ago la th btesst. salt rheum, to. When taken tatanaily, It will positively cure oroup Inohlldren. and give lmmdita relief In the worst ras of this Mrribl oomplalnt; also.' removes hoarseness aod sore threat. ' Price, vs nt bottle. Bhoold be In erery hoaae. For sale by Drug-. gists and Btorekeapere. lavig ifOKI, ooie rropneTort aiw. a oprac ai,.t nw ion MUdfcwlyl k. ' .v. ' ' ' - ' T " '' A. Notice, CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS TitEroLi.oTriNG CfianeEfi xtr.: mads tn th th oflloers of this Bank, Jtmrary ttuvta, I 1HB1, to wit: Wa. A. Purr, Presidenu and l aowa X Mooom. 0hir, rn.rned their omee. Dame latum, Esq., vnts thn elccud k resident and WW. A. PkairT ap- 1 paialed Cashier. , 1 1 ... -i . .... ....a . By rdr of tT.e Bnard of flreekore. hbi, tbtil-dU. W. A. I'LATT, CmIiUT. ' I