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TUE8DAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1861.
fa. If , '''m H I '
had not, however, been officially announced at
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Tbe Adams Express Company places us daily
usder obliKBtioua to it for tbe very latest papers
Irdm tire eastern cities.
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The American Express Company has our
thanks for. its daily favors In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers.
Camp Jackson. The Thirteenth Regiment
elected their officers this forenoon. The result
two o'clock this afternoon.
'The following Companies of the Third Regi
ment are ordered to be be mustered this after
noon, preparatory to leaving for Camp Dennison,
near Loveland, where the balance of the Regi
ment is already encamped:
Company C Capt. Dana, Athens county.
' E " Abbott, Muskingum
' (j " Turney, FranWln
, . I ., 'Beatty,. Morrow
u IT - Pnna.Colamhiana '
Some six or Seven Companies are still quar-
tv ' Arrancamanta are maklnp I
tered id the city. Arrangements are making,
and will soon be perfected, lor accommodating j
all tbe troops at this point in the camp.
Statement of the condition of the Franklin
County Treasury, on the 13th day of April, A.
v anna. - 1 I T T . 1 1 T n
u. looi, as reported dt nuuci niuuiii li.ii
appointed by the Hon. Probate Judgeof Franklin
county to make Bald examination in pursuance
, 1 , 1
nry of Ohio, and acts amendatory thereto:
Balance the credit County debt........... $2,134 91
General BxpeniA Fund,
Chattel Tax collected,
' Exceu forfeited aalea,
l'ed Ian' License
.. ;,.-; ; iloobery School Silt.,
By ain't collected oa earreut duplicate
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The above balance conileti of coin, 1 010 48
Ohlocorranry.... .5,002 00
A. P. Btone'a receipt as 'State .,
Treaturer for Beneca County . .
Bank, City Bank, Cincinnati,
and Canal: Bank, Cleveland,... IT 75
. 29 32
13,0,0 21 ,
n d a . .i. nr ii,. I -i,;ni.
vuirauiuiui..Biiniia .ut, u..i.,6 .uD. -u.u
City Ccuncil.last evening, President JJonaid-
son being absent, Mr. Dootr was chosen pres. I
Idcnt pro Iftn.
i. , , j- ,t ?n
Mr. Burrt.s introduced an ordinance making in
further appropriations for tho jcar 1861, which
i . rr.L-.n l .1.- t- inir
waspasiea.' i no louowiug ru mo Bpurupria-i
tionsmadeby the ordinance: Z
ror th. support and maintenance of lire Depart-
" Bxpeniei of Clly Police
" ... . Jciections
' ).- "m f Uoodale Park
, 'i ;- Marketlloura
" " Hewers and Drainage.......
" Prioting and Stationery....
" " Caa and Uai repairing and
' . . cleaning lamps
" Payment of Interest on temporary loan. .
" Ward Improvemenls, $100 in each Ward
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$3,950 oo I but
a r ii..-. r ,j: f .1,A: I
, ' auujiiiuu ui niaiiuiu ru.n w vUv.. . WBj8
government, the Council adjourned.
Complimkntar v. Pursuant to a oall, the
Marietta Union Blues met in council at Camp
Jaokson, and expressed by unanimous vote their
tbsnks for the civility, hospitality and gener
osity extended to them by G. W.Gill and J. A.
Prentice, and thereupon, on motion of Private
C. P. Wilson, it was
Keiolted, That this company owe a debt of
pratitnde to G. W. Gill and John A. Prentice,
Warden of tbe O. P., for relieving this Company
from the subterranean vaults of tbe State Capi
tol, and furnishing them witb comfortable quar.
ters due to civilized and intelligent citizen sol
diers. -. . y
Retolvei, That special thanks be awarded
to Mr. Prentice for his urbane, gentlemanly
and oourteoui treatment to this Company, and
for admitting them at tbe "eleventh hour," and
for his subsequent acts of kindness. '
Rttolved, That a copy of these resolutions be
presented to each or the within named gentle
! ..j ai... ... t.i:.k.4 tn k. ni..mv,. ..A I as
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T. G. FIELD.
R. L. NYE. Chairman.
Mat Day. This is tbe last day of April, and
to-morrow will bring the ever welcome May
Day.' -' April has been, on the whole, a season
able month; neither too cold nor . too warm;
neither too wet nor too dry; but preserving
that happy medium which is almost a sure
presage of a bountifully fruitful season.
This being so,, we may joyfully hail the ap.
proach of May-Day. From present appearances,
to morrow will , be one of the finest of those
ancient floral anniversaries' that we have wit
nessed formaoy a loog year.
Removal. John II. Smith has removed bis
Hat Store from tbe Odeon Building, to the old
stand formerly occupied by J. N. Whitney as a
Book Store. No. 99 South High street. Mr.
Smith has just received a choice lot of new
tyles of (lata and Cap). - We recommend to
citizens and strangers, desiring any article In
42is line, to give Mr. Smith a call. . ,
LtTTh'e Sisters of Charity, of St. John's Ho.
yital, Cincinnati, have, by letter to Mayor
Hatch, tendered tbelr services as nurses, "at
any time or In any plaoe where such services
may be heeded." ' ' V '. .' ;
iO Capt. Cantwell, of Hardin county, hav
ing been made Colonel of the Fourth Regiment,
Lieut. Robinson, of bis company, editor of the
Kenton Republican, bus been elected Captain of I
tUe company. ., ' u. ... . ' ' '
HTWe learn that the Board of Medical Ex
aminers examined, at the Hall of the House of
Representatives last evening, about, fifty ap
plicants' for- Surgeons ia the Ohio Volunteer
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"Messrs'. BmOBAtr and Ejtir, of Cadis,
diitributed.yesterday, fiver dollars to each oi the g'
volunteers composing uapt. uasttll s compa
ny of 108 men, -. A fund was raised in Cadix for
.HTWe loam that ten thousand flannel shirts
'have been made by ladies in this city, for the
use of the eoldlers. r- 1 ; ' :
Live Inattkatici. The Mutual Life Insurance
'Company, .will, on application, assume, a "war
irisk," on parties 'readf toured, who desire to
enter into Military or Naval service at this
time. The additional premium charged for the
-additional risk need not be paid in cash, but may
'be deduoted from the profits at the jiext divl
dend. For further particulars, apply to . '
FREDERICK J. FAY. Agent.
HTDoctor Lelsnd's Antl-Rbeumatlo Band is
the only known remedy for. Rheumatism, Gout
and Neuralgia, and tbe pernicious effects of
Mercury i and it Is with the greatest satisfaction)
to its merits, that we caliche attention of our
reader to tbe advertisement in another column
of dor paper of the Anti-Rheumatio Band. '
ST It. KisararnicK. No, 1C5 South Ilish
Street, bas a very cboice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watohes, fine Jewelry, Clocks, Silver
4 Plated ware, at prices to suit the time
Railroad Time Table.
Littli Hum at On. citici a Xmu E. B.
Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. ".' 9:03 P. H.
" Express..., 11:50 A. H, ,.. 11:14 & M.
Ml Accommodation 1:30 P. M. ' S:53 Pt II.
Night Express via Dayton. 12:00 midnight.' S:20A..M.
Jxo. W. Douibty, Agent.
Aninwana Sr flrawa . Tl T .. I
afUHVaavv. VWUUV a. - .
Night Express 3:40 A, M. 11:45 P. M.
New YorkBxnress .11:10 A.M. i 11:10 A. M.
Mall ud Accommodation.. 3:80 P. M. . 9:10 P. II.
- Jambs Pattiksor, Agent.
OomuLOmoB. K :
No. 1 Express.... 3 30 A. M., ; 11:38 A. M.
No. 8 do ,,.11:18 A.M.. 11:45 P. M.
No. 3 do 3:10 P. U. 4:50 A. M.
.v - W, J. Fill, Agent.
PlTTtBDMli OoLOMCf a ClKOWHiTI B. B. V ;
MallTraln .... 3 30 A.M. 11:38 A.M.
Express Inlo ...11:18 A, M. 11:45 P. It.
Jos. Hosimoif, Agent.
CoiDMBOf Sr. Ikoiaroklis, B. R. ' 'z - :i '
H..HH.II. !..... . a. T ........ . a as . - i . ... .
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No. 8 " , 3:00 P. M. , 8:45 P. M.
Accommodation 10:50 A. M.
Coughs. Ths sudden ch anges of our climat
are sources of Pulmonarv. Bronchial and Anth-
matin AfTAntlnna. P.rnoplflnfo farlnir I
that simple remedies often aot speedily and
certainly, when taken in tbe early stages of tbe
disease, recourse should at once be bad to
"-Brown's Bronchial Trochu,' or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat be
ever so slight, as by this precaution a more se-
rious attack mar be effectuaUv warded off.
Public Speakers and Singers will find them ef-
f...i . . . ..
"o.uai ior clearing anu strengtnenmg tQei-
Deo -veremeiii. . ror BsiewauieBaie I
ana retail, ny Koberts & Samuel, No. xi North
High street, S. Samuel tf Co., No. 85-South
Fiesirvationofthk Hair. Some attention
paid to this item of propriety would avoid muoh
Dr. Biixinqham, o( London, has immortalized i
his name as the Inventor of a "StimuUii.n n
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insr as in curlns-baldneasa To canax a Inmri.nt I
ro,tnof beard or whlolrnrq. it f. Mn.ll. :l .
1 V -v I
tain Mooara IT T ITfn.u. I, r t,
tain. Messrs. U. L. IIcoiNaif & Co, now have
tho entire American market. Henoe we look '
1 . . ' I
ior a large incraB0 in . birBute appecdarcBU
See our advertlsine
Woon's Ilaia Rssroaanv. has acquired a
a.,: i- . . . 1
r .so. aiiii uniwii -v-oiuu
v. . w -. . a .. .
uiuu uamwt oo ennancea by newspaper pnus.
our own vicinity it has been extensively used,
.nrl . kii i I ..i. , i ! " .
" De"eTe 10 eerJ ooso wim every desired
icoui., buu receives tne universal endorsement
all who have tried it. We therefore reeom- -a.00'1
mend it as one of those few genuine tmirumi i
. is.v. i. , -...uiom.
.wuiiiisucn nu i, proiesses, sna an the
bald and gray conld desirs. CWumWa Spy. .
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UOOD.WS Dlflfc ADA At An. fplAnHn ...l'aal.. I '
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"fosdway, and were astonished at the chance tne
his appearance. A few weeks ago we sa orew
him, he was pale, lean and dejected; complain-
Of Wflnlrn.a. .nj oKIll,- !,:
s. - - -V UTIU8 ucea bu i
tL7an;, w." Lir.T ' L
tnaln ZLJ. 7 atUr "?"" M
- .... . "-.- wi-r
"Duia. ... ' --. -
fiY6niV'iu 1 W.h fe,f?ipIai,a,.n? of Gen- :-:
!rfbllit,,t0 & h ce'u'T wry
qnantities of it selling daily. Jormsoi Herald a
The Eighth Wonder ; or . the World.
the Atlantic Cable, nor the Great Eastern
James Pyle's Dietetio SaleratUB. that al.l in
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maaes good, iignt, wnoiesome bread, bis-
cuitand cake, preserves health, and is the best ?
moteeonnmir-.llfl-,.nint,-,n.M v wweu
most economical leaven in the world. Every- a
wonders at itl Dapot,345 Wsshington
street, New York. Sold by all grocers every- 'bom.
from the New sorkOlnerver.t ;, '1'
an Bitue manuracturlBe Bewlntr Machine, areob-
lo pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
are a so compelled to maka returns to him, nnder u
as to the number sold, his bocks giro a correct state- DM
Irom this reliable source we have obtained the of
b. wheel., wm. oi w -i t!,
- urorer Dakar.;.. ....... .. lo.sso . l"
Showing the stlea of Wheeler Wilson to be tZoiWl
ui kuv uuier uompanj. . ( 'r- ,,- tf a I
PRICKS REDTCJD :
Awarded the highest premlnms at the
United Btates fain of 1K58, 1H5I) and I860; i
also at tha . .
Ohio State lairs of iat0 and 18S(I i : ,.,
and at nearly all the County fairs in tba State,
fln.nvfaa. at tVa lata aJn.ll.. Ma
" - ,aaa ,uai,uuu, w. taa, am ya utiw ,
ttich machine now sold, and hut a trifle hleher than I the
Int.riAai iaiwi tJtMiil A ...'a. at 1. I .
.. . v. v....... a. .we -luhwifi, uuw , a
wTiKS'TiritiOl, MAOHmn m.Ve, h.
Btioh the only one whloh cannot be raveled. It
Auks ok Born gmnof the goods, leaving no ridg or '
machine varranted t veart. and inttnteUan
In their use. free of ehane.
II. 0BAB7,B1 High St., Columbus, 0." '
WM. SUMNER k. 0O
Pike's Opera Honso. ClndnnsM. '
R;E A:T C ill W.
DR, LELAND 3 1
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheumatism,' Gout and Neuralgia,
' AND A BORE CTJKB FOE
All Mercurial Diseases.
is a eonvanlently arranged Band, oonralning a med
icated oompound, to be worn around ths Waist, without
to the most delicate personal no cjttanga ln habits
living Is required, and it entirely remoYes the die
from tbe system, without producing the Injurious
arising from tbe usa of powerfal internal medl
dnes, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
clnal properties contained In ths Band come in contact
the blood and reach the disease, through tbe pores
the skin, effecting ln svery Instance- a perfect -en re,
restoring ths parts afflicted to a healthy condition.
Band is also a mostpowerful AsTi-MERCuauL event.
will entirely reliers theaystem (rom thopemtoiott
of Mercury. Moderate eases are cured In a few
and wo an constantly receiving testimonlale of its
In aanavated oases ot long standing.. -.. s
Fbicb ii,0l, to be had of Druggists generally, or can
unmvuKuj .iiviwum wun inn aireciions ror use.
Prt,of ""f ?"reot ftcm Principal
Tn. 400 SnOAliVSV. W. tr..v'
O. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. Descriptive Clrcalars Sent Ireo.-11
ID" Afente Wanted F.rerrwliere.
mh281ylsorlstp.dfcw ' v 4 Va . vUl
IltAVK MID TO BIB. HEMMlT Wlti
BON my DBDQ STOKB. which ia nmored from the
omer of High and Gay streets to the Bouthweitcurhar
ftrn.it .nri TTIffh ItHMt. Calnfak... nhu ' '
With many thanks to my former patrons and custom
ers, I respectfully request tha oonilnuanoe of their fa
to my successor.. . JJENBI II. NKIL..,
Oolumbos, April l, K6I. : .,' ' '
TTATiriO PURCHASED TUB DRUG
BTOBW of Mr. Hinat M. Ifnb, I have opened
on the Soathwest corner Broad and High Streets,
V"tbine, for many yean. . . '-i ,
1 nave a fresh and w.n aa,i,a . Paau arav
v'iS? 0hm4l together with famU, OlU,
lP2vf.'an' ,e',,ln " aa establishment.
TOo crfuly d promptly oompound-
Ht. a a. ... v . . ' ' " -
I KSMOatallB tWllltia lU '
J respectfully solicit too patro,,, of,he TittMlo. ' J
coiumbui. April i, imitt&
ail" UlkX 14ir,D UVTtS
BtoekofOroesries i t. Mr . 8. DKHUNG, we chr-
..waiaHiuaiuiu w vnr via p.arons and frMBds.-
TH08. WALKIH t ION,
Columbus, March Mth, 1861,-apldtf.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
83,000 Additional Troops Called For.
Washington. April 29. ThetroniMclldnni
by tbe order of to day are all additional to the
.o.uuu already reauired. The whole numhnr
uauea ior Dy government la : volunteers by proc-
lamation, 75,000: volunteers far (hrAA taafb'
servioe, 40,000; regulars for five years' service,
25,000; seamen, do., 18,000, being a total of
iuo.uuu men i mat is, 7&,uuu tbe week before
last, and 83.000 to-dav. Even thla ialla uhnrt
of the real number, as several Statos send dou-
ble the number of regiments asked for.
Nw Yos, April 23. The Board of Under
writers are fitting out an armed steamer for a
coast guaid. ,
It is stated that
from Charleston who was impressed into the
nor vice oi tne (Jontederate
armv. eacaDluc h
concealing himself on a vessel. Ha renorta that
St the bombardment of Fort Sumter at least 1000
rebels Were killed? 4(H) vara ItilloH In MauIi.i I
nd 30 b7 Anderson's first discbarge. ' I
The following is published:
'" JUW aooeri Anatrion, late ummanderof.
' 1 ln directed by the President to communi-
oat jou, and through you to the officers and
men under your command at Forts Moultrie
tod Somter, the approbation of the Govern-
m.naf .a...J , .. . I
J""' u ujeir juuicious ana gauaut con-
" " " u auu mem vae manKS
w 108 government.'
A Presbvterlan ilrcmon hn lofr. P..t...
'uiooisBippi, near juooue, last Monday, arrived
hero to-day, coming by the Virginia & Pennsyl-
. H at .ann.t. j.aa Ufa I Aol
w ivyviiB VUO UUUUrCU HUU UlfcJ piBHCOgCrS
coming north, fleeing from tbe Gulf States.
a?"8, . B1Un,or Washington, believing
I. J" "..""r" f10 B.aw tr00P
o iiuriu, iibq -
. wiuc.WM " a. .V ,,UV. I
lt. " 'eporled that there are none but Seces-1
HOnlRtfl At Fi-sHAvinlr T.I .1 ,U . .,1
,T .-.-.v.., nuu .uo.iuc eoutniion
ordinance will be submitted to thepeople. 'h
All passengers from the extreme South sav
that. nni.-tU - II L I . . v . . M
uuiveruauj omieve inas liincoio bas
hflAn laatsnlr a 1. ! 1 . . I m
ZiZ .'T"Z '. " " I"" "uguration, ana
6"'u8 u at oigoi hj escape assassination.
.uousana sucn ex.travaga.ut statements are
A to n.l,imnM .... .... and
. . . . r . . : j- " r..t.
umuuut mere toe unioDiBis again
rpinmnhnvt. i, . : i i . . . i rrnm
t"-"- ira oTerwueiming in an
ZJm 0 Wfday the Custom
Houa will be cleared of traitors and new ap- nP
poiutees take their places. Secession flags had
Ellsworth's Fire Zouaves left this P.
v.. .11, tl
to the Biltic by
ao immense crowd witni
embarkation. Three atanrl nf .ain
immense crowd witnessed
ajUIUa.pva.rinn. I h.a. a.anif r,F nl .
sented to them previous to their denarturn-
hey looked magnificent. in
A THOaI ..lail faam lUMwl 1 - 1 . I tl
.-. ..um .ruuuug.un ana reports
seizure of the steamer Uncle Ben and tha
in prison as splT Vel. Skve b Sn brings
unk in the harbor to block up the channel orew
S MIT . . n.ll.a
wwirj wan reiaiorceu yesterday.. I nT
frT". "''.", "u.u'ue..crews ..lmPaoned Dd -'"-?"
ul uiiegiance to tne
j,"'-- " ' ' t,e?
Cairo, III., April 39. A most noiustifiable an?
New Orleans oaeket. at Nnnni. a-i,..."'
Thursday. It appears from the statempnr. J
Captain that be ronnded to at that place for
pu.uos u, milug in ireignt. as soon as ,
"en op, toe clerk went ashore, and .
a moment retnmerlanri.nt fhv...ci.a I six
j ., .... ".""iriu.miir
,u,uru,eu ulra b was coin e to take the
A1 Ws information was immediately fol-
uy voiiey irom tne gnns and pistols oi I
crowd of 50 or 60 n.-r,r,. Th k.. by
crowded with passengers, many ladies among A
A passenger named Henry Hammer, of I p
luawniiy. - one nreman was wounded. Tbe
Captiin bad the wheels set af-ninir hn,.. h.
and got off. '.A straggling fire was kept up
nrMa 4:ma . . mi v ... .
wvuiv IIUICs ' i 1DH IMME APPIDA1 hnra a.l
rrn- . a. . - . asv.w iodi
. i du noiea in, tier Jook aa If mado bf
Ihe people of St. Helena. Ark. fl!gfrl .Via
steamer Mars, Cincinnati packet, ou Friday,
took from her 400 bbls Of M tllsuMfWl. A lama
quantity of Sugar, Rosin and Turpentine, all for
Cincinnati. Tbe boat is tied nn th-. .iiv,
cannon placed on the shore direotly opposite her.
uciwb iuikb eay mat tne Unoinnati peo
ple can have the boat when thev
until then. '
One thousand additional troops arrived here
r.iu , yesterday. All quiet. '
. n ... . a, nn mi M
- De, UoTer"ient
formally decided lo receive forty thousand
the seventy-five thousand volunteers called
! regulars for five years. An armory
"i" -mtj. ai is stated tne naval acad
w!'!.b re,noed temporarily to Newport,
TL..,I , mm a aa- .a
uuioun, n muniirornerT mall anv. nnv.
tba f h of theVest were
Imprisoned, and bad arrived for trial,
Five employeetat the Navy Yard have been
arrested. They were found filling shells witb
They will be tried, and If rnnvfr-ixd
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, . - , O ..a ..vui , imuilUCr, UI 1 n
Memphis, wss shot through the heart and died r,'.P
No more consular or dinlomatin annnintmnnt.
be made, till every avenue to th n.ni-ni
been opened for the passage of citizens and
Col. Mansfield, U. S.. Engineer, commands
Fittsbdroh, April 29. A quarrel ensued be
tween Cant. Thos. Rogers, of the steamer Dia.
and Thompson Vandeerift. steamhnat
runner, about a trifling peouniary matter, dur-
wuico ivoRers arew a knile, but did not In
fliot injury. Subsequently Rogers met Vande-
on the wharf, and after a slight colloquy,
a pistol and shot the latter dead. He
himself up to the police.
pKsayviiLE, April 29 The stesmer Adeline,
arrived at Baltimore from Norfolk, reports ths
Harriet Lane fired into off Point Comfort. She
brought to, but released.
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taowTooMERr, April 29. A dispatch to the
Charleston Courier states that privateer com
missions are being prepared for issue as soon as
Congress declares war, which it will undoubtedly
Instructions oontaln prohibitions to seize
Id either British or American vessels.
Louisville, April 29. The Louisville and
Nashville Railroad advertises that no more
through trflght will be recolyed at its depot,
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HAaaissoso, April 29. The Chief Justice of
ermont, woo nag resided in North Carolin
tne past two months, bas arrived here. He
with passes from Governors Letcher and
tie says North Carolina is almost
unanimous for secession. . -
Baltimori, April 29. A spontaneous Union
meeting was held to night In East Baltimore.
About 3,1)110 attended. Straight out Union
speeches were made, and tbe stars and stripes
nnlurled amid great enthusiasm. ..'
Steamers now run regularly between here and
Perrysville, making complete communication
amiaioK, Md.. Anril 29. In the Hnnaa in:
a petition of 216 voters of Prince Geortre's
county, praying the Legislature to pass an aot
secession Immediately, was presented.
'jThe committee on Federsl Relations subse
quently reported that the Legislature possessed no
power, and the report was adopted by the
jtuiuiu wiiaout m division.. . i.
April 29.-uIntelIIircnl lyonllcmnn
Western .Virginia have waited on -the
btato Administration, invoking its influence
the National. Administration to procure
arms to defend themselves. Theysay that west
the Blue Ridge can be hald.tf the necessary
arms wrw given ia nine. --1 ney said they were
indorsed by the public sentiment of that nor-
- TI f fill -a."
ov ,v irginik . i ney wens westward from
bare, and the State Administration has com
piled with tholr request. , . -
'PrnLiniiHBu," April .30. Trains run from
Baltimore to Wheeling, but are searched at
Harper's Ferry, by secessionists, who are all
along the route, j .
amhafous-- adtii ra. rort neaUona nam
mandinc the railroad and aonntrv soma twantv
miles from Annapolis, were thrown nn ves-
la 1 a ..- a ... -
seruay. Annapous was maae a military dt
vut vesieraay. usq. xiuiier win remain nere
'rom an attashe of our Minister to Paris, las tar
rived from Washington, wa have reliable con
I firmatIon that 10,000 troops from tbe Southern
umiederacy are now in Vircinia.and more oonr.
I The Administration have notified Gov. Lntr
I er tDat on 8teP of advance from Riohmond will
uv speedy invasion of Virginia .rom tbe
" - - ,
Farmers from Vlreinla have forced the mm,
s'on line8' SDd report a strong Union feeling a
Paes ,n ordioanoe of secession by a two thirds
few miles irom the Caoital.
We learn from a nrlvate source that the iaoa
sionists savea b.UUU muslceM at Harper's Fer
Saturdav night, tbe President of tbe Baltimore
ana unio Kail Koad went to Washington to
go. tne roaa irom Baltimore to Washington
open, but met with no success;
It is said the Maryland Legislature refused to
Iao reported that an armistice of six
(o) days has been made, and that tbe Secretary
uas Kue mi moomonu. me latter
"em creates great dissatisfaction here. .
[Special dispatch to the N. Y. Herald.]
PHiLADiLrma, April 29. A gentleman (ut
,rr'Ted bere from Wilmington, N. C , leaving
a?.M. . 1 nu J n . . 9 H
uu icnmona, oaturasy, states
-" pwpto ut iiunu uaiviiDa were ail up
n arms, ana were preparing to come North with
several thousand tronni. tar tha m,.M..
uur' Cj'"a miormea mm, ot making an attack
Washington. The day he left, Gov. Ellis
snowed mm a aispatcn wnicn he had just re
wauf f.nia MnnnA -a. a! . I
" vv .avftai tiiwuuguilJOr., BMblllg lUSt BOmO OU
00 ''P9 were their way to join those of
ad that it was the purpose of tbe Confederate
Z"'":"."" n "acK. i"'out a mo-
- ""-"J " u'7 avaea, It must Dl
Idone hflfnrlhA Fw1ol . v.j
" www. a VWIVI UUICUfc UBiJ COO
centrated a Isrste lores at Wa.hinL-tan a. ,
conversed With Gov. Letcher, on Satnrrlaw
mnniinff. .nil avaa (1,a fln.a . i , . . J
JaB "u.ciuur tola nim It WSS
purpose of the Southern States to attack
Washington at onoe. He (Letcher) had ad.
aiaa.,J la a. ..a a1- .ft . '
TIDCU K"oi jw, out .ue ooorederate GoTero
ont mm nm turn t -i-t..t .11. 1. It .
117::""'.,, ' "' fie says he has no
" bubis wm do maae very soon, and
several points at tbe same time; and that
Venle w r'e" n7r e, EST"
-, . f.:.. --:- !..,
1 ' BI,l""ea n,ni a dispatch
fan.ajmia a. 4 1 . . i , a
uo-w.-, m .uo u.a met., irom uen.
'VlV 5ValUck Fort PlckDI'
to that lime had been made, and that it
"asn'' his purpose to attack for some time.
Ntw Yosk, Anril 29. Ban
J"!? 'nQ '0n8i $115,695; decrease in speoie,
Si.oA.Jo7; increaso in circulation, $15,419;
decease in deposits, $51 G.003.
The Croton Aqueduct is eusrded hv thp nnlir..
consequence ot fears that traitors mav attemot
hlnty ,n tha, nla.a aa" If!l. V. ,
. ' "f j.iro linage.
The schooner B. D. Pitts, from r.h.rlootrm
twcnty.one p.s.en?er 7ncluhdirngeBtt0he
of th stesmer Nashville. James Triov a
f lul..j ., i. ' ? - "
ircmuu, uis wue ano nve obildren.
I"A, '""""onto become a
- UUAB,U" w.rm, wnicb was con-
XT' Z m " UBO against toe
he had sworn to protect. He was seized.
to, the ,eDce' with bands over his head
l?ea 500 ,aBhe9- His wife was kicked
o'berwise 111 used. Tracy served in the
Mexican war under Scott.
Cuyler is to be made a
The schooner R. R
"""""olis, April 'J. lndiana'd quota of
Reeiments m nn full. n.,.ni. J r -
. - , -j vignumni, juur ui
"U,UU""B understood, will march as soon as
erv.,r? rlncd' The arms are now arriving.
""'"wiDg appointments nave been made
the Governor. BriradirfiAn,.i Ti, !
,Morri8; Mlli-General, Capt. John Lowe;
S? , LRe8,mentf Crittenden; 7th,
r . . , -- - waaaauuuou, I ill ,
amon'i 8'b, Wm. P. Benton; 9th, R. H.
...iioruy; mm, jono a. Keynolds; 11th. Zou
Lewis Wallace. .
nere Bro' in ddition to be Cth Regiment,
men now in Camp Morton, who will be
mustered into tbe service of tbe State, and tbe
increased to six Kegiments. More than
number have tendered their services to the
uu.raor anajare ready lo march on a moment's
i oe uovernor still ooctinues to re
ceive offers of troops from all points of the
company ofninety-three men, all over fifty
of age, bas been organized In this city as
home guard. .
New York, April 30. A solder who escap
ed fromlCharleston and served at tbe guns dur
ing the fight at Moultrie, says, nearly every shot
Sumter killed somebody.
Between 300 and 400 were killed, and large
numbers wounded there during the siege.
The killed were interred at night in the Pot
Many aieo were killed In' rlvaUinn. nr,.M.
tbe Fort. . ... -. , 6
Soldiers were threatened with death If they
disclosed the facts about tbe killed.
People are constantly inquiring for friends,
assured they are at Sullivana Island.
Another, who was at Morris Island, savs 150
killed there, and 40 at 8ulli.n'. T.i.nri
They make the same a titan-Ant ..i.tia ,
dead being baried at night. '
They also state that the negroes only want
leaders to give them word, when tbe
slaughter will be terrible.
New York, April 30. A snecial maan o-r
on the next European steamer to purchase
a million dollars' worth of arms for this
The Times' special correspondent from Fred
erick, Md., ssya the direct vote on secession In
House stood 53 against secession, 13 frr it.
The Senate has published an address denying
intention to pass a secession ordinance.
Senator Mason last night made a violent se
the Union men are leaving Eastern Vir
ginia, where heavy depredations are made on
property, by an armed rabble. .
armed corps bas been pronounced by a
Judge illegal, and the sheriff directed to
their arms from tbem.
HaniiSBusa. Anril 29. Thr. Pnni.ni.
Road has giventhe Government frames
new onugea to repair those destroyed on the
utaueru vemrai iioao.'
Large numbers of workmen and engineers
been quietly concentrated at York for this
iney will be protected by troops, , It
intention to guar every bridge clear of
Baltimore. , ; ,
Alter arriving In that olty they wtlt attempt
pass around tbe city and reach tha Relay
at the jonotion of the Baltimore & Ohio
Washington roads. .
Should this prove successful, they will hold
piace permanently. ,. ,,.. .
Joniis.N. F., April 89. The Btetmship
Adriatic arrived here this afternoon. She leit
on Tuesday, the 33d Inst. ,. . ...
The Africa arrived at Livernool on the 23d..'
Livirpool. Cotton market active sales of
bales. Breadstuff's dull. Provisions
uonsois .JJJQ'Ja. . ? A . , .. v .
News generally unimportant. ! ' '' .1 i v m
New Yo, April 29. The steamship Brei
arrived with London advices of the 17th.
Arsgo and Vigo arrived out on tho 14th,
me vaiiauaun iuo uin
Mr. Gladstone introduced th budget into th
ot Commons on the 15th, showing a
surplus of 1,920,000. He preferred using this
a reduction oi id.on tne income tax and the
of the paper duty, which will amonnt to
1,500,000, leaving a surplus of 400,000 -the
and sugar duties to be continued
It is denied in the most positive terms that
Austria intends granting ao independent minis
try to Hungary. , y - -,
Fearful inundations had occurred at Java
thousand persons were drowned, whole
villages destroyed, and 50,000 people left desti
tute. 1 : . ' . a,.
.The Arabia, from Liverpool 20, and Queens
town 2lst. arrived at Halifax this P. M.
In the HouBe of Lords, It was stated that the
government was engaged in no negotiations
whatever towards reconciling th King of Italy
the Pope. Their policy was not to inter
fere with the Roman Cathollo question.' Th
Italian question ln general wm debated, and tbe
French occupation of Rom wm deplored, and
the prospeou of a collision between Austria
Italy deprecated by all the speakers.
In the House of Commons, Lord John Russell
stated that all tbe foreign ministers, except tbe
American, naa leu jeoao, to be protected by
hips of war, In consequence of intimidation hav
log been used toward tbem, which the Japan
ese government had not endeavored to check.
Tbe report that President Lincoln wss dead
was extensively circulated in England. Ameri-
ean news was anxiously looked for. Tbe Lon-
don Tim editorially reiterates hopes forlhe
maintenance of peace, and savs when the soil
and seas of the new world ara likalv tnbaataln.
d with blood, foreign nations mav enrelv re-l?".
. . . :. " . . .
monsirate in tne cause or numanity-
i ne rans correspondent ot tne JJatly JVeioi
says Russia has informed France that, in con
sequence of events at Warsaw, it will be impos
sible to join in anv measure for the settlement
or tne Eastern question . it Is alleged that Rus
ts charges trance with being an accomolice in
me ronso oisturoaoces.
Bourse higher. Rentes C8f. 20c
Garibaldi took his seat in tbe Italian Parlia
ment. Buainess was temnorsrilv suspended bv
toe appiause. 1 me aouon 01 tne Mimstrv in
disbanding tbe southern army and the measures
taken for re -organisation were debated. Gari
baldi made a speech so violent that it exoited a
tumult in tbe Chambers. He made offensive
allusions to the Ministry, against which Cavour
protested. Garibaldi, on resuming, spoke with
more moderation. Cavour said he accented
words of conciliation. Garibaldi designated
the French army as the enemy of Italy, becau-e
The Spanish official paper eavi, the govern
ment will aocept the annexation of St, Domin
go, as soon as it is confirmed bv vote of the
people, if no foreign power objects.
The Arabia has 13,500 in specie.
LivxsrooL Cotton Massit. The sales for
the week amount to 68,600 bales, including
15,500 to speculators and 5,000 to exporters.
Advices .from America per steamship City of
Baltimore caused an advance of 1-16 (cbUd.
principally on tbe clesn useful oualitiea. wlnr-h
are scarce. The sales on Friday amounted
15,000 bales, Including 4 000 bales to specu
lators and exporters. Tbe total stock in nort
I a nnm at m. . . mnt. .
reacnea od,uuu paies, including uz.auu bales
American, Advices from Manchester are
favorable, but the advance checks business. '
Liverpool breadstuff market dull, with but
little inquiry, and orices weak. Richardtmn.
opencea uigiand, and Wakene d & Nash re.
port flour dull and quotations nominal, 2d30s
Wheat quiet but steady, red western lis
3d12s 9d. Corn dull and quotations barely
maintained mixed 36s Cd. vellow 36i CAfttMa-
white 3737s 6d.
LivxsrooL. Provisions generally steady; Big
land & Co. and others report beef steady, with
cousiaeraoie saies ai lower prices, fork steady,
bacon dull. Cumberland 4s, long middles 49,
Liaro quiet at easier out unchanged ouotatinnn
5456. Tallow sliehtlv declined.
London. BreadstufTs dull, owing to favorable
Mtber for crops. Wheat, white American C2
Bj; red3H b'ii; flour 30333. Tea firm.
London Umsols closed at yi(i92 for mon
9293 for account. Inorease in bullion
tne Bank of England, tea thousand posads
American tstocks usrinsr Brothers renort
business cbeoked bv advices from American
quotations; United states &'s 84; Erie shares
1 do. 30; morteaee 84: Illinois Central
shares 2Ckf discount; do. 7's 89': New York
Central shares 72); Michigan Central 8's of
London, Saturdav P. M. Consols cloqerl at
i;(Vjsa for money, and 92 accounts. American
stocks the latest sales were Illinois Central
shares at 2 ducount, and Erie shares 26
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SODLXTBtatenl B. 1. BLAND TSealenl
A J. B. DUYALL Beaten. Ill COLUMBUS
HA CBISS CO. Beaten lit I BRADFORD
CO. B talent lilt
Owe Portal)! Eoglne and Saw Kill
awarded ths first premium of 50 at tha Indiana
Fair for 15C0 over Lane k. Bodiey's on account of
lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Stationary Bnrlne was awarded at the aame Falr
first premium of (200.
Portable Bnglns was awarded the first premium of
at ths Fair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
vall's, Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford at Co's.,
committee of practical Ballroad Kngineers.
price ana terms aaaress
W1LLABD WABNIR, Treasurer.
. Newsrk, Ohio.
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TT7I1MS RlATSTIaB BAHAOES, BOTH
Whit and Black, Just reoeived at
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[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, April 30.
FLOUa rtotlpU 14,026 bblt: aurktt hun .n4 a ..
lower: aalea 9.000 bbls at tS iMH SO for id. ma o
wq auior extra wwm; ioma xu ytr lup weetern
5 S&aj SO for oommoB to medium extra weitorn a. ai
ibh ou for inipproir urmuiu extra ivana noop unto. Oa
nadlan Hoar heavyi aalei 400 bbl at S5 3mi SO. .
chf.o? WDa--"d' 10 "" "
I wiikat nint. 1940 hn.h. aiiiiiimi m .
I Canada olnb: SI XKM1 33 for fted weetern In etom:l 4i
." wsstsra;f i e3aiior WfiitoKen-
P7at4Sbolpperrthlih and UDiettl-d, Sterling ex'
nanrn iitf, ao piererrea 3Ui ; l; oelwsretnd
bye qalet; talea of SSAWbuiheli.
CORN reoeiou of bnehala. mtriul mtumAw m
uemana moderate; uiee oi u,uu(j baibele at U7a(iec for
mixed ntern, so tor old ao. i
OATS dull end hexrr.et 344136c for wr.l-.n n.r...
dian and Btlle. '
POHK huni and lower: ulea of 000 hhli BIT tnis
l8 00rorje;13V5forprlm8. ' ,1
quiet and nrm. " : , i
OUT MRATS-dull. t -....
LARD DDLL-ulnof 3nSbhe itSWOllO.
AUTTER in fair reanMt .tTha&l & tnr nhl 1Ci9iol.
1 - ' ..aa.VB
OH IRSK ileid at 7fatl0 1 9n.'
WHI8KT .lull and ln-r- ul nf Ml KM..I n
COFfKB dull and rather heavr nendlni. an encllm
ale announced for Thnrtdty next
SUOAK dull and drobuini: lalea of 200 hhdl Cuba .1
aiULABDKSno tales or change to report.
STOCKS dull and lower, money on tall In free inp
Hudson 8SK; Mil M nd Wis : O.I and ChSlw: Til n
script S8: Canton 8,H:NY0 92ViM 0 -M; "Va 6n48!
70X I Tenn i ; Mo 40; Treas 1? per cent 101 : U 8
5a 74; Coupons 75.
VLOTJllunohansTd; sales 100 bbls common white
donble extra at S3 S. and 70 bbla red do at 5.
WHBAT more active; sales of 1 car led on track at
i uu ; a cars ao irom store ana bagged at f 1 10; 750 bu
aoirom store at fame: 1 oar from .lor. t mmmm- 1
white on track at l S3; and 1200 buih do from store at
CORH-Qulet at 30c. ' . . ..
OATS Bale of IO0O bushels at 5n. froml'ore
muUWINES Dull at like
E008 Boll atftSSKe. I
BEKDS-Qulel at $4 00 for clever, and (2 50 for
BUTTER Selling at 143lGc. for good to choice
samples near made.
ILOUR was In better local reaust and nrlrei wrra
sdvrnced 10 to 85s per bbl. Superfine is held now at
4 OS to 94 75. The stocks is regarded aa low.
WHEAT prime grades of red sold at f5c.. white at
Viy,. There is notbiog or consequents doing In
CORN remains at 34c.. with a demand onlv from ill..
OATS ars held witb mors firmness, and difficult to
roc. in Dill.
BARLEY is entirely neglected.
BYE Is dull and lower, with sales oa srckeil at Sflrt
WHISKY is kept at old quotations 19Xcbtt Is very
lUaCMVU. VV7n.,a3rW JUfa.
v THAT IIA?
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tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
of suffering through life having reduced me to a
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' Llconier. Noble County, Indiana. Peb. 5th. 1850.
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IU JOU will iw, ua .uiiataa wiaru j, ten you ma. Up-
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Will affect nail ear
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and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or atom'
R.J,,'5K!P,ii Heartbuni, Inward Piles, Acidity or Btoi
Bess of the Stomach, rullness of Blood to ths Head, Dull
palB or swimming in the head. Palt..1atioa of ths Heart i
Jullne., or Weight in th. Stomach, Sour racUUons..
t feeling when lying down . Drvneaa
vuuiidi or jnnnnatf n r
. . . . r-
n OUlD U1 Night IwtkXtB, I0
ward Forera. Pain in tha im.n ns4.. -u , . .
Bndaen jVlinhM if r....:,v ....- . ..,
T " v'i"B",uu opint, arnguuui ,
ureamt, Lnaor, Dcpondenoy or My Neiroaj d.mam
BOTOI Of BlotflhM nti th BkU sba V.- .-. a .
Chill, and fever.) '
Over a ITIHIIon af llatticti 1
Have been sold durlnsr the L.t airmrmih. i.
stance bu It failed In jiving snUrs satisfaction. Who,
then. Will Suffer from Walrnaa, Tl-. l 1:.- 1 a. .
a,ia...,inavniBu uunuiAt, will enis yoal
Ho language can convey an adequate idea of ths unto '
Sr" L4na.llaot mlraculoua change produced by taking
this Cordial In ths diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous svstem, whether broken down by excess, weak bv
nature, or unpaired by sickness, the relaxed and anstnuii
organisation is restored to its pristine health and vigor
?5o" r Inability, from whatever causa,
-u ".rengtnening uordlal a thoraarh
regenerator of the natann- mnA .11 -v.n , , , - a
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find in the Cor
a certain and speedy remedy.
T tbe IatadU.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
la a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontlnenoe of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of ths i
Womb, Giddiness, fainting and all Diseases incidns t
Females . ?, ;
Tier is bo Kistak About It. - -
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
stimulate, strengthen and invigorate yon and cause
bloomof health to mount yoarcheek again. . .
very bottle Is warranted to givs satisfactiow. -
vour children aMalrVltr. nun n,.ffl:.ta:l W.T. -
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
uoiamomeni, try it, and you will be convinced. . .
IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE:
OaOTlOH, BeWara Of DrairvHsta n, TtaalaM aaV..
1 Plla "P00 " Bitter or Barsaparillatraab. .
thev can buvchean. hvu.ln. 111. .,.. ,
such men. Ask for UcLeaa's StrengthenlngCor- -dial,
and take nothing else It Is the only remedy thsx
purify ths blood thorouE-hlv an,! a. ih ,
strengthen the system. '
One tahlesponnful taken every morning fasting Is a
preventive of Cholera, Chills and f ever, Yellow
or anv nrcvalent dlaeaaea. It la nnt nn 1.
Prior only 1 per bottle, or t bottles for 5.
J. H. McLIAlt,
Sols Proprietor of this Cordial,
, AboMcLWs Volcanio Oil Liniment,
rrlnclral Denot on thenornapArThirai nj pi.. -
Louis. Mo. . . , 7
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. Tha l,..f. ..4
cure for Canoera. Pile. Rwaiiinn mnA rh.
or Ooitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Onrouic or Inflammatory Bheumatism, Stiff
of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments -Karache
or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Ureal)
Dicers, Pever Bores, Caked Breaata Bora Nipples.
"- ou AUOHI, or mnj iDiiammtuoii or run.
Boditterenoe bow severe, or ho loni
iff tha dlaMaa. m.w
McLean's Celebrated Liniment la a oer
Thousands of human helntra have taMm aaas it.. K,
decrepitude and misery by the ass of this Invaluable med
oine. CLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
relieve pain almost Instantaneously, aad It wll
eanas, purify and heal ths foulest sorts tn an incredl
For Horse and Other Animal.' -
McLean s celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Bpaviu, Ring Bona, Wind- .
Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swel lings. It
never fail to cure Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
Sores or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Braises, Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Chafes, Baddis or Collar Oalls It Is an Infallible '
Apply It as directed, and a ears Is certain In '
Then trifle no longer with ths many worthless UbI
ments offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. MoLeaa's '
celebrated Liniment. It will core you.
J. H. ITICaLEAN, Sols Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Pins Streets, St. Lonls, Mo. ' '
sals by all druggists.
Mie hy BOBXBT8 It 8AMTJ1L,
aag96-dfcwly Columbus. Ohio.
experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to the attention of mothers, her
FOR CHILDRRN TEETnnsrn
greatly facilitates the process of testhing, by soft
ening the gams, reducing all Inflammation will allay
PAIN and spasmodic action, and is .
SCKE TOHEOTJIaATE THE BOWELS.
upon it, mothers, t will give rest to yonrselvas
BELIEF AHD HEALTH TO TOtTB 1111 .
have out up and sold this article for ovr ten years.'
CAN BAY, IN OONF1DKNCK AND TRUTH, of It,
we have never been able to say of any other medi
cine NEVKR HAS IT FAILED, IN A BINOLK INrT
TO KIFBOT A CURB, when timely Bard. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any ons
used it. On ths contrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of ita
effects and medical virtues. Ws speak In this
''WHAT WS DO KNOW;" after ten years' expo-r 1
riencB.AND PLBDGI OUR REPUTATION IORTHB '
FULILLMKNT OF WHAT WB UK KB DKCLARB. In '
every Instance where the infant Is suffering rrosa
and exhaustion, relief will be found tn fifteen or
minutes after thedyrap is administered. ( 5 1 ' ;
This valuable preparation Is ths prescription of one of 1
moat BXPBKIENOBDand SKILLFUL NURSBStn
Hngland. and baa been need with NRVBB IAIL
IHO BU0CKS8 In - -
THOUSANDS Or CASES.
notonly relieves ths child from pain, bat bvtgo ;
the stomach and bowels, oorrecu acidity, and gives
and energy to the whole system. It will almost la "
relieve . t
GE:P:0 13 THS BOWILS, AID WIND C0U0 '
overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. Ws believe It ths BUST and BUU- 'V
RkMHDV IN TUB WORLD, In all cases of DY8- rJL
ENTBRV and DlARUUtBA IN CHILDREN, whether
arises from teething, or from any other cause. - We
say to every mother who baa a child suffering frr-m
the foregoing complaints DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR TUB PREJUDIOEBOVOlHBRS
between yon and your angering child, and lb re
lief thai will be BU Hi yes. ABSOLUTELY SITRB to
the use of thismedicine. If timely used. Full H
rections for using will accompany earn bottle. None
unless Uie fac simile of OURTIS at FIRKINS,
York, is on the ontsids wrapper.
Bold by all Druggists throughout ths world. - w
iclpal Offices 13 Cedar flreet N.V.
PRICE ONLY 2T CENTS TER BOTTLE.
ootS7"dw.yi-- . --- - - .
T)UBE BRAHDD1KS. WINES.
tbbs, iroaa "Bondrtl warel
- a I ' 1KB
NOB, 1, 1, i and 7 H. BUT AW ST
WM, KNADE & CO..
1 llt ffll H bTS wW IvAliK!
lUk U A l. 7TIII JP W HW
'""y mt ia K-a
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Offer for sals their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, - r r
' GRAID' " J
Being highly recommended by ths flrst Professors and
Amateurs of the sonntry, and ' 1
"" WARRANTED FOR
Ths most fastidious customer nay rely upon being
ia every reaped.
Isrmsliberal. WM. KSAJE 4, CO- , .
BELTZER It WESBTXR, Agents, .
rSot28;lydw. .. , ....... Columbus, Ohio. .... ,
'Fwr Wledleal lwrpa.
Warehouse " , ,
WM. HoDON AID,
108 South Ulgh stress