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tmu ium oioMivt Xiku He r ;, j - Lmt Arrives Night Express, via Daytoh,' 8:00 A, W. , 130 A. M, OlnotnnaU Sooommodatlon. 8:20 A.M. . 8:85 M. Day EBpreii. I.9SF. M. ' ' 9:1S t. V. a'.. ' Jm'. W. Pootstv, Agent Ooumsna A dunum at. B. i. -1: Night Express New York Express.. ...3:50 A.M. 1:90A M I 315 P.M.; . 1:80 P. M PiTTnuoK, Agent Night Expriti Day Expretl 4J:00 A. U. 1:30 A. M, 3:10 P. V, 1:30 P. M W. 3, Till, Agent. Prrrssoaaa, 0oumrt a Oiiwmiuti R. R. Mall Train ,.. ........ 4:00A.M. 1.30A.M ipreti Trala ......18 31 P. M. 1:30 P. M. . , . ' Joe. Bobikhoh, Agent. OOLOWIP! iMDUHOfOLU, B. K. I, (OoL0Moi Piqua InDUSa R. R.) . OliloHBxprM..... 6:00 A. M. .. 8:05 P. M. Mo. 8 uh.. 3:00 P. M. 11:60 A. M. Urbana.J!. 10:00 A.M. . S:3i P. M ' sf..j- , o. W. Sum, Agent. SPECIAL NOTICES MANHOOD. HOW LOST, HOW BEBIOBK0 Jut Published Id a Sealed Envelops; PrlosSets.i A lEOTURB ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RADICAL CUKE Ot BPBBMATORBHBA Or Bemlnal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Bemel Debility, end Impedimenta to Marriage generality, Nervousness, Con sumption, Epilepsy end Fit, Mental and Physical In myaaty, remltlng from Belf-atmso, txo. By Robert J. OalvsrweU. M. D.,stbor of the Green Book,to. -A Bn W TAouiand of Sufferers, Bent ander teal, In plain snvslope, to any address pott said, oa teeelnt of ilx centi, .or two pottage tempo, bj Dr. OIIAB. J. O. KLINE. 1117 Bowery, tie Turk. Poet OffloeBos No. ifiW. tps-gjaascffii . Slight Cold, Cong h, J&h.t'aal, which might le oherfad with a simple rm fy if neglected, often ter minates eeriottslj. Few art aware of ths importance. of slopping a tfaunli. cr &Uahi rfcld in it first stage; that whim in the beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if . wo attended to, soon, attacks the lunge. Vftrt Jiret introduosd eleven years ago. It hat ben proved that they are the beet artUU befort the puiJfo for Zcuahs, fields., J&tancJiLtU, jtainrna, $aia,th., the Hacking Cough in fan tumhtLan, and numerous affections of the Jyhf-oatt giving immediate relief! . Putttic Speakers ana Singers, UiUX fnd them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice. ... . Sold ly all ruggista and Qealers in Jfedioine, at 5 cents per box. . Sot eale. wholeoele or retail, bjr ' 9. BOBBBTB. Dragglrt, Ko. (4Nortn Hlgbitreet. ' " " . " 8. S. BAMUJt,BniggIit declMtwtm . ' - ' KHECITI.lTHiri. Mo dliMM U 10 certain of cure bjBBAHDBEin'B PIUS u tab. They toon take oat of the bl.od the particular Vlim upon which all the pain dependi.and th patient la cared. Mr. T. M. Adami, 303 Twelfth Btrtet, New Tork, iuf fered with iheomatUm (or a long period. Be waa at tended by able phyilclai i, bat their preicrlptlona were of no arallj be waa noable to more without aulttanee, and for four nontha was alaoet entirely ooofloed to hie bed. At tall period o( hie alckneae, when hope had fled, nd he expected to be a cripple for the remainder of his life, he waa recommended to tue BBAIISBJCTa'B PIttl.. The firit bos eridently made him better; the Improvement wae more dectdtd from the eecond box, and by the time be bad nied eighteen boxei, be wai en tirely cored of rheumatlim, and the ctreegth and mp pleneti of bit limb were reatored. It la sow orer a year that thla care has teen effected, and he bat had no return, bat continue In the enjoyment of perfect health, May 9th, 1801. Bold by Joan B. Oool, Sroirglit, Oolnmbue, and by all reepeotable oealere In medicine. taarBB-daiwlnt TO MARRIED MEN, Or Xbc-te, Oontuavplatlnf Plarrlago. ' THJ ooCenlsQCdwlllglTelnformatlon on a very n iemtins and important eubjeot, which will be rais ed atore thaa a thoaaasd Ihaee It eoat by erery married eoaple of any age or condition In life. The Information will be tent by mall to any adireii on Cue receipt of 2 eente ether) asdoneredeuunp. . All letter! ihonld be addreised to - H. B. MORRIS, U. D. oetSl-lyStawdttw ' Botton, Matt . BemoTed f rem hla 14 Office. Dr. A-1: TfTLM AM3, If. Broadway, sear High at., Oolnmboa, 0., hai deroted himself for a aeriee of years to the treatment of certain private diieatei. Be may be ontnlted at hie office on Broadway, near the Exchange Bank, ia19dtf SPB1M cooiisT BEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS, AT Nob. SSO 252, Bouth Hlfih St.. ARB DAllT BBCEIVISO NEW SPRING GOODS, JiJ.l i .. BITCH AB DRESS COODS, PLAINS FANCY SILKS, WHITE GOODS, tAt)IE&' COLLARS SLEEVES, : " " I J AND CUFFS, t-,i'. .: i L. IN BETS. ... DRAPERIES, ' '' -". uj i.rn'tx EDGINGS,-- ' ' t,-w-r.. .V..' 'JACONETS,'''- ''','' .br. ..v....,..- . . ... CAMBRICS, a h m i Vn, .. j"V AND SWISSES. Exocbe, Cassimere. Striped, Stella, tu.: . . ana nam CUK. HlloW-Oase,' Shirting and Sheeting Cloths & Cassimerea in great variety A,ttA!TTStg' PLAIN. BMBROIPBBEP fc OTTft il e i T, 7T i. -.11..:.': (U abort, ear a took wilt U found complete in every department) and baring adopted toe Cuh g item, we ateenaoiea v ten low very low, inaeea. HEADLET, EBEHLT & RICHARDS marebtl OOLUMBCS, OHIO. ELEGANT HAIH NETS, rtCBlAl) and frtnob Uoo telbi, '""r JL Point Uot Ooltare and Sets, - -" ' fi tUliete Laos Collars, . ' a y M loath Blii Sbet"'1' SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1863. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Latest from Island No. 10. FLOATING BATTERY AT TEMPTS TO COME UP. OUR MORTARS OPEN UPON IT. Rebel Tents Moved Out of Range. ONE OF THEIR BATTERIES SILENCED. U. S. SURGEON GENERAL SENT TO U. S. SURGEON GENERAL SENT TO FORT WARREN. BEAUREGARD OUTFLANKED. COLONEL GEARY OCCUPIES MIDDLE BURG, VIRGINIA. FROM WASHINGTON. Rosecrans to be Major-General. REBELS DRIVEN FROM STAFFORD. ATTEMPT TO BURN THE TOWN. Horace Greely Indicted. JEFF. DAVIS TAKING CARE OF ARIZONA. ARIZONA. &c. &c. &c. From Fortress Monroe. Fortruh Monroi, April 4. A flte of trace tent out bj the flig-ahlp todaj, brought bck two ladies, tbe nrai pacseoccra wbu have been allowed to leave N orlolk fur the North for some weeks. Tbe EicLmond Ecqalror ucd Dispatch of this morning are received. Tbe former la printed on a half sheet. Both pitperg are entirely bar- ten of news. i Tbe official report ol Governor Clark, of North CurulUia, states tho rebel loea a. Newbern as follows: BUtj four killed, one hundred and one wounded, four hundred and thirteen mls'log and prisoners; total, five hundred and eevonty eifiht. vYm. Uwlu arrived at Kichmond jestordov from Washington; he is native of Virginia Captain Julia fl. Morgan, who is styled the Mar on of tbe war, a!eo arrived at Richmond yesterday. Ua board tbe Monitor to dsv tne vote o! thanks pieced bv the Near York Chamber of Commerce was read to all bands. Great enthu aiaem was exhibited. Lieut. Warden will resume command of the Monitor as soon as be reoovcrs from bio Injuries, which, according to tbe latest accounts, he I expected to very shortly. : ' The weather continues pieaxant ana i&voritoie for military operations. From Island No. 10. Sr. Louis, April 6. Tho correspondent of tbo Republican writing from flag-ship Benton, on tbe evening 01 mo a, says: feiriy isis morniue aa attempt was made to tow tho rebel floating battery to a point where It could com mand our mortar boats. A or is a lire was open ed by the mortals, and in cuurae of half aa hour tbe battery was suues several times, spliuters bcins; thrown In all directions and several beams displaced. One shell exploded directly inside tbe battery, when it was Immediately sub. merged to tbe water's edge, and towed out of ranger Tbe rebel steamer W inchester, wmcn was suck some timo since to obstruct the channel north of tbe Inland, used by the rebels as a point from which to watcli our movements, was belied to day ana Darned to tne water's cage. ektllfal filing to-day made) tho enemy very cautious, and all tboir tcota have been moved far out of range. Advices from New Madrid con Arm the rre- vloas reports of erection of rebel batteries op posite tbat point. All quiet there. Tbe river is tailing rapidly, and troops can soon be landed at any point along the banks here. Cairo, April 4 Firing at Island No. 10 last night disabled the floating battery of the rebels. One shell strode directly la it, Killing three msu, and disabling it so that it floated down towards tbe footol tbe Iilund. Tho firing to-day has been more active, and has done good execution. A messenger from New Madrid this eveniog, reports tbe rebels erectod a battery last night opposite ' Point Pleasant. This morning it oneoed fleroely-oaon our works. After firing some time, the battery was silenced by our guns and a warehouse on the Kentucky shore was Bred bv oar chel's. and us contents consumed. JNo casualties on our eldo. Lot ot tbe rebels notkoowni several must bave been kilted. All quiet bere. no news iron. tneTtnn8tec.. ,t , .jv Col. Geary Takes Middleburg, Va. .New York, April 5. A special dispatch to the PoiladeiphU Inquirer, dated Middlcburg, via Baltimore, April 4, says Colonel Geary en countered tbree hundred oi Stewart and White's cavalry, and a force of infantry at Middleburg, Virginia, last Batmday. ile drove In tbe rebel pickets outside of Mlddlebcrer, when be enter ed the town and discovered tbe infantry in re treat ana tne cavalry posted to make a stand. A gnn was placed to command tbe main street, and the S8tb advanced by all the approaches to tbe town, while tbe main body .rushed tbrougb it with bayonets fixed and on a double quick, driving tbe enemy before them. Col. Geary daibed at tbe bead, and at one time was within two hundred yards of the rebel cavalry. Colonel Ueary's command scoured tbe coun try at far down at Aldle, from which place it returned at far at Stnolairvillo, to artist at Winchester, bat the battlo tbere waa deoided before It could get lurtber. Col. Geary Takes Middleburg, Va. Surgeon-General Finlay Sent to Fort Warren. from a eeotlotnan lust from Washington, that Burgeon-General uiement A. r inlay, who bat been removed from the head of the medical de partment of tbe army, bat been sent to Fort Warren, and tbat he passed through here last nignt. Tbe oause bos not been ascertained. Ur Finlav la a native of Ohio, bat a resident oi mis city. ..v . Beauregard Outflanked. - Niw Yore, March 6. The World eays prl- vate information, derived from a responsible touroe, bae reacbed bore tbat Beauregard has been outflanked near Corinth, and oompolled to inn oaoa, ana mat a heavy body or troops it be tween the enemy and Memphis, and not far from the Mississippi. Glorious nows, adds the rroria, may oo expeoxea ra a day or twor Billiard Match. Niw Your, April 6. The'Wlllarcr mates between Foley and Deny was won by Foley bv B pouiw u (suie ua iwm, ,,.t Parson Brownlow's Reception in Cincinnati. CiNowwATf, AprU'i-Tbe publlo reception, of Parson Brownlow at Pike's Opera House, last night, was aa Immense affair. fcverv avauaoie spot of the bouse was occupies, ait. crown lnw waa intrmiiicfld to the aadienoo by Joseph C. Butler, President of tbo Chamber of Com merce, In a few appropriate remarks... Mr. Brownlow's speech, relating his experience of the operationi oi sue reueniou m cam sea. and the sufferings of himself and of tbe Union men while imprisoned at .noxvuu-, was listened to with profound attention. Speeches were also made by Gen. a. v. Carey and Lieut.- Gov. Fisk, of Ky. - f ' Resolutions were sdosted demanding a vig orous and unceasing proseontlan of tbe war, add punishment of the leading traitors, resolving that the flag of the Union shall again float ever the walls of Sumter, and from every otber fort belonging to tbe Union; tbat our warmest ejra Cathie are with our diatineuished guest, and calling upon tho Federal Government to afford speedy rellof to the loyal Union men of tbe South, especially those of East Tennessee. Tbe exeroises closed by singing Hull Colum bia by a Jare number ot children from the pub llo schools of the Pit, who wwe seated on the tttige.-- 1 ; " . - ' :: - .. Cmoaoo. Anrll 6. A encoUI dispatch (o the Tribune, dated New Madrid, April 3J, siyt the teleeronb wires were to-cay discovered cut in a dexun places between tbat plaoe aod Bikceton, General Pupe immediaiely Isiued a special order directed to residents along the route, that they will be held responsible lor tbe safety or the telegraph; that if any damage is dono it near their farms or residences, tneir nouses snau be burned, themsolvet and families arrested aod brought to camp, and visited with the sever est punishment. ' EoiNtusa, Va . April 3. All is quiet lu this corps, except occasional shots at long range at Asirov't cavalry. Uur troops are in gooa con dition, and anxious lor a forward movement. Gen Shields continues to improve. Reconnaissance to Florence, Ala. Chioaoo, April 3. A special to tbe Times from Carlo says reliable information from the Tennessee liver eayi the gunboats Cairo, Lex ington aod Taylor, and the transport Tigress, mtde a recounoissanoe as far as Florence, Ala. They met wiib no resletsccs on tbo way. They only discovered one deserted battery, where the enemy bad nine guoe planted. From Washington. Niw Youk, April 4. The Tribune's dispatch lays William H. Russell, oi the London Times, bas engaged passage to cogiAna in tne next Cunard eteamtr. The Times dispatch says: Tbe committee on tbe Uonduot ot tbe war bave exi mined sever al witnesses benring upon the chargo of attocl ties by the rebels upon oar wounded soldiers at tbe battle ol Bull Run, and the evidence so far is a disgracelul reoord against the chivalrous Southerners. The House committeo on Printing introduced a resolution to-dav orovlding for the printing ot one hundred thousand extra copies of tho flual report of tbe commission on tbe war claims at ot. Louit. It is asserted in official oiroles that Brigadier General Rosecrana Is to be promoted a Mnjor- Ueneral- Tbe Times correspondent telegraphs to night, irom Budd's Ferry, as follows: corps of picked men belonging to tho Excelsior Brigade loft Liverpool Point, under the command of Geo. Sickles, early on Tuesday morning, for Stafford Court House, on a reconuol-sanco. Tho troops landed at the Shipping Point batteries, and marched from thence past Dumfries, through Aquia to Stafford Court House. Tbere was skirmishing between a body of six hundred rebel cavalry and the advance corps ol Sickles' command six miles this side of Stafford, and firing on both aides was continued until they reacbed tbat place Tbe rebels In their retreat sot fire to the ton end all tbe stores, but our forces promptly stopped the coLfUgratioo. A number of prisoners, ; hordes, stores, etc, leu into our bands. From Brooke station a iorco of twelve huudred rebel infantry and a battery of six field pieces, were moving np to support their cavalry. Alter remaining tbree hours In etattord, o&mp fires were built on the hills to deceive the reb els, while oar forces withdrew from the place. Gen. Sickles, with part of bis euros, arrived back at Shipping Point this morning; tho rest came In at Bret's Ferry, opposite Liverpool foint. Uur casualties were two wounded aud a few mleslng. Tbe corps marched forty-eight n.ilcs In seventeen hours, over the wots; moun tain rjada. At Fredrickaburg thoro are few troops; they are falling back to Richmond. - Tbe citizens state tho Confederate Government intend aban doning Virginia. I ho Urand Jary ot tbe Ulatrlct ot Lolnmbia have found - two bills of indictment against Horace Greeley, for an attack made upon tbe Marshal of the District in tbe columns of tbe N. Y. Tribune. Washington, April 4 A military hospital bat been ordered to be established at New Al bany, Ir.d , ecd Jefl'rrpon Barracks, near St Louis, have been convened into a military hos pital. Tho Secretary of War has communicated to : Congress his opinion thst tbe present orgnl2 tlon of tbe medical bureau la inadequate to the service. He has autboriced the Surgeon Gen eral of New York, under direction of tho Gov ernor, to organize volunteer surgeons, to render medical aid when requested. A similar organ ization has been made coder the Governor of Pennsylvania, and valuable service bas been rendered. Washimqton, April S. Complaints bavins been made by the commanders ot military posts, that movements are impeded and discipline re taxed by tbe presence of male and female vis itors, the Secretary of War has ordered that no passes be granted to Fortress Monroe or otber military posts, to any person not engaged in military service, and has authorised oomman ders of military posts to remove all persons not engaged In military service. Passes for pur poses oi trauo ana ousiness are ateo retasea. Tho arrival bcre ot Lord Edward Cavendish, son of the late Dukeot Devonshire, Lord Cecil, ot the Rifle Brigade stationed in Canada, and Colonel rercy, of the Kortbumberiand rercys, now also stationed in Canada, is regarded in official circles tt aa event which claims for them a cordial reception, they being con sidered as types of a more friendly and gen erous class lu England than tbe members or Parliament, correspondents of tbo press, and others who, after visiting the Sooth, returned to Great Britain sympathizing with the rebels. Tbe Seoretary of War directs that hereafter no nerson not belonging to the United States service shall bo permitted to take passage in any publio transport without spool M permission of tbe War Department. A telegraph cable to re-connect tor trosa Mon roe with Cape Charles, will toon be In working order, as the materials are already there, and tbree hours uninterrupted worn wun favorable weather and smooth water will be tuifiolent for the enterprlee. - Postal operations bave been resumed with Martlnsburgbt Vs. Tbe office at Harper's Fer ry will be opened next week, aider the direction of the rostoince department. - Many of the contrabands who nave been tern oorarlly subsisted by tbe Government until em ploymeut coma oe proviaea, are now nseiuuy occupied at too noepitais ana as servants in pn vaut families- - - A special dispatch to the New York EremoS Post savai Rumors' bave been onrrtnt upon the streets to-day ot a repulse of Blenker't Division from West Trenton, with an additional report tbat our forces nave oeen ariven oaox to rauuof. sts: bot tbere it not a word of ttuU la the stories. The Senate Finance committee have struck oat all the appropriations for the army tod navv for loo J contained in tne uonst bin. The House, in inserting these items, followed the nsoal custom of making appropriations one vear In advance. A special order issued to-day from tho War Department Is st follows: uoi. U. truttassy, of tbe Garibaldi Guards New York Volunteers, and all tho officers of General Bleoker's Divi sion who are now nnder arrest, are hereby re leased from arrest, and will Join their regi ments without delay, and resome their rcspec tive oommands. It it not believed that cx Senator Gwin hat arrived at Richmond, at announced from Fort rest Monroe. ; Late Rlohmona caper announoe that Jeff. Dtvil hat appointed, and tbo Ssnato oouflrmed, fall it of efflctrt for tho territory of Arise nt. It tbat tppeart that the rebel government Is In advance of onr own, at tho bill for estab. llsbiog a provisional government of the terrlto ry It nut yet acted upon In Congress. Tbe War Department reoeived a dlepttcb this altornoon from .General Wool, 4hat firing bad been beard in too direction or Yorktowoi and from Information received to-day, It appears tne Alerrimao la in tea Norioig drydook, loaded with coal, bbe it to come out to-day, with two gone, one of large calbre. -, All quiet at Fortress Monroe anif General Wool thinks- the armv of tbe Potomao won't Snd many troopa to contend with. ..; COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] New York, April 5. only a limited butiBes doing for export aod hom. oon nmptlon. There wero aales of 6.800 barrels at IS Hums 83 for upeiflne itate: 5 304 35 for extra etate; 05 40 for choke i $i ZWi 23 tor. anpeiOne weat. ero; ti 'MmiW lor oommoa to medium extra weatern: 3 75aJ BO tor shipping brands txtra ronod hoop Ohio; 3 IWatO 73 for trade brand). The market closed heavy , with no bnyertat outildequotatlont. CANADIAN VfjiUR Dull and a trifle lower: tain Of 550 barreli at J 30 for common to choice. HKH KLOUH Dull and a trifle lower, with itlea of 150bbHat t38iai4S5. (JOHN UM al-In moderate requeat, with tales of 450 bDibei, Jeney at 12 60, and t3 13 for ilrandiwlne. WH1SKX Market without decided change! taleaof 400 oarrels at S2S22X0 for Inferior to good atate, and 23o for western. WHXaI The market Is quiet and nominally un changed, galea of 3,000 builiola Oanada olob at Ml 21), aod 1.250 buhela good Milwaukee club at 1 30. mi- swauy wttn aaiea oi e.xuuDuineu ai yagjoic. BAULEK Lull, wltn aalca ol 200 buhela atate at 85 aeso. . BABXEY MALT We notice talei of 300 bnahela at about (I 05. OOUN There la a moderate bualneu doing, without any material ohange In price! saleeof 34,000 buihels at imiixe lor mixed weatern In store, and 6W61o for delivered; 75for white weitern. OATS Quiet; aalua at 341 for Jeney, Oanada, weat ern and atate. COIffKH-For Rio decidedly more aollvt; aalea of 7,b00 beg, on prl Tate tarmi. Other dlacrlptlona are in moderale demand; tale, of iOO baga Maracabo at IDX 21c. SOU bagt 8t. Somlogo 19,0 hUOAR Baw, market continues firm tnd the demand good; wltheilea of 1.7u0 hoKilicd. Cuba atOXdiUXc: 300hoggheadi rorto Blco at bV8o. ItcUned ia fair aemanaand nrm MuLahbbs Quiet and without particular change In prices. ruttE Market steady and firm; aalct of 1700 barrels ptrt lail evening at SIS 75131VX for men, and VloS 1U 30 for prime. Maud Bcxr-Market Head and firm; salet of 130 oarrtia at S4 3Ua 00 for country mwa, Sli&Vi u tor lepacaea meat, ana s 1J 73914 ou ror extra meat, I'HIMB MSrid BKfir-OuicL.t iuff.Sln. BkBI HAS: 8 Bteady, mth aalea of 33 barreli at 117 17 50 CDC MEATS In fair demand and very firm; aaletof 3(10 packagea at XS5o for ihoulden, and 5H7o for namt, included it lilei are 4W boxei dry aaltcd ihoulaen 10 arrive, at ec. UAOON 8tda are firm, but the bmlneai Is limited; alee or 3j0 boxea at 6o for Cumberland out middles; 70 for thort ribbed. llOaH Dreaied, quiet and nominal at 4c for weat ern and 5i5M for cltv. L RD Moderately active at unchanged pricet; tales of 1,330 barrela at7X0iSKo and 1.000 kegi at 60. UOlTJttt la eelUog at tKSUc for Ohio, and lti'42lo ior euiie. CHliKf K-rirra at SX-SSo. Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] New York, April 5. Ibe market continnei ensy at 6(317 per cent for loam onoall. Prime p .peril scarce and wanted at 8K57 per cent, merlin Kxcnanre nominal at HlKS)ll2Vf for Bank. er'aBiile. American Gold la a trifle flrm'r. with a fair demand at 2 per cent, premium. uamornia Hold ears quiet at f t cent, pre mium. - - Uovernment ttocki heavy and lower with talet of United Btatet ut?s of lttdl nt 02 6; 7 310 Treaaury Noieaat99. . . New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] New York, April 4. The lotck rnailcet better and more doing; Chicago and Rook Iiland 40 Milwaukee and tralrio du Cblen 4; Milwaukee aud I'rairle du Chlen, lit preferred, 89X ; Olevel&nd It Toledo iSH ; MlchUan Bontbern aid. 46K: Oalcna and Chicago CO; Illluoii Central acrip 6U,V; Michigan Central 55X; Erie preferred SOf! Erie 37fi New York Central ; American gold 102, ULitca eiaiee aixee ot iki, reguieied, vi; dooou poui treaiart 7 3-10.1U0; United. Btatea Vires ot '74, coupuut. BP; Panama 121; Pacific Mail 97X; IllinjU ooupon bonds 20; Michigan alxea of 187d c9; Tenneiaet ixca 53H UUaourl aixei 49X Harlem preferred 31; Uarlem a bonda W ; lludion 30 : Virginia alxea CO; Canton Co. 14; Xolado aud Wtrh Sd bondi47 ; Oleve- Uad, Uolumbut el Ulncinnatl 11 i a ; tlere.and and tittiburg 17; Illinois war loan 88. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, April 4. HOUR The demand li (tit and pricet rule In favor of lolloif. Wa quote inperflne to extra at t420S4 30, and in good demand, but It Is held at tt 23 4 33, with imall lalet. ' - WHISKY A good deaend and the market firm, with alea of 1,0(10 barreli at 1717Xci the latter rate for wagon. ...... MESS PORK Aemtlnned falrdemanS, and the nrir ket firm; IS S3 la offered freely for Inside city brandt, aod 010 50 is asked, 300 barrela good country sold at 10 23 TheaaleiwereSOObarrelacountryat I02S. BULK MEATS The demand la Its! active, but tbe market le fair. SHOULDERS gle at 3a. SIDES-4 50(24 63. The aalea were 15.000 pcuude averaging 33 pounds at 4Hc: 30.000 do do do. 43 pounds list evening, at 4 64, and 200.0CO do to day, averaging 40 I hi, at $4 03. Heavy tides are held at 40. liAUf sales of too ice common at 5ko for en rivalled and packed. ...... IiAKU li quiot, ana not mncD doing. M0LA8BEB Scarce and firm. Bales of C bla nt40c ca.ih, and 39 doat41o. , .. tUOAR ilrm and unchanged. -COFIfEE Quiet. WHEAT The demand Is fair and the market rulct steady at 80;95o for red, and lll 02 for white: the ontilde ratea tor atrlctly prime. Tbe salet reported were 250 busheli prime Kentucky white at tjl 03 delivered; goo do choice ted at 97o, and 1,200 do prime white at i int. CORN The market 11 firm with a good demand at 33 (34o tor ear at tbe lower Oepott. Baiei of 5,01)9 busheli at We. OATB The supply it light with a food demand, and fall ralei are realltsd; 600 busheli Mid in balk tt Wo; 1000 do at canal at 300, and ovo busheli In tacka at 30c, aacke returned. - - RYE Tbe market is unchanged tnd steady. We quote prime at 5.V3S60. BARLEY The demand for prime tl moderaie at 683 70s ror fall, and 60c3c for tpring; the lower grades ars dull and not wanted. ..... ,. , HAY The market la steady and the the demand fair at 1314 per ton for tight-pressed, and ail13 for bote preesed on arrival, .. .. . (jukhbb ine itocr it item and bolder are firm at full rates; the demand la fair. We quote W. B. at 80. and Hamburg at 8)f e; New York State Is telling In email lots at cvi. v BUTTE a The demand la hut moderate at 15iB17ofor prime to choice roll; UKSHe for fair to good, aod 7cS8o lor common. CLOVER deed It sell in the small way from store at 4 e&5i4 VO; 75 busheli told at the depot at 04 74 per bnihel. . - - TE tfOTHY Nothing doing. KO 38 Ibe ncelpta are large and the market dull at 0Xo V dor. ihtppera' count New York Cattle Market. REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING April 2, 1862. toTit sicnrrs or cttTit or an swnt, roa tbs whs. Aceordlne to tho reports from the tevtral market- places In the city, there have been received thliweek, at compared with but week: . Bheep and Veale. Lambs Bwlne. Total 411 148 93 3 .010 . . . B'ret. Oowi. AtAUerton't 3.301 33 Brownlns'l.... IW 56 O'Bnen't. 6' Ohamberlln'l.. 49 37 73 331 21 1,381 Bold bnicherr, atBorgin.,,. . Total T'l pr't week 3 477 3.899 167 135 no eoi 351 3,370 3,178 11.031 20 649 13,492 20,873 AV, numorr - 9 w'k.l'ty r. 4,w 832 8.83J 10,733 S3.937 snva raoat pirrsRXKT statx. M. AUerton tc Co., Proprretort of the Waahlngton Proprw rttbst the following Btatea: IfewYork Ohio..;...; StOiOonneclleot ' 821'Newaertey. . IBliTixee... , 1,866 Canada , iMIchigm , Mlatou,1 33!Maaaaebuietti. Indiana.. Illinoia... Kentucky.. 98 Ioa... BEEF CATTLE. Number reported for this market at Forty-fourth Street, 81304. The prloes to-day are quoted ss folio wi: nrstttt.'....M I Ordinary... Medium.... Kztt Borne Exlra good Beevet may be "quoted a"t 9c .' ' Tbegeoeral average of tho market Is f s Th.mmtnl the u les range from7k(Sa. 7a Total numbsr of Beevei received In tbo city this week, 8i41T' - This If 171 head tin than last week, snd 803 bead lees thaa the average of hut Jr. Tho averue num ber at each Wednesday market leal year was 3.68S head, while the number to-day '.being 3,304, ahowa St2 head lest thaa the average, and US Med less than this THE SHEEP MARKET. 1 lUrislnta fo, th. week. 5.370. t ' 4": .A v ' The moat striking feature ta the thsswaiarkot this wsek Is that more tbtA halt ths stock boa beeo 1 tllpt ts lotwlthstaadlnf the eeveee weather that bas P'Tl'7 that Is. severe (or the Uat of March and drat of April, for II Knot yet wamenougt; to melt all the snow and fee jaat eutalde of tho dty, and one hundred l ies north ward moot of ihe foreit lands and northern hill ildti are still hidden nnder snow or eariy wmwr, fell on Sunday night. Yet the owners of sheep have ant them to market without their warm loveroowe, for ones tliey bavemUtaken their own interest, ae the wool loparatcd from Um sheep will sot bring at much ae on their backi, and the slipped aheep do not sell ae read ily, became tne peiteareaet 01 aa reaoy ' low rate of fifteen oenta eaoh. The clipped pelts afford hant of atxaiuioaaof wool and cuticle tbat crapes off with It, and thla It not bow aauon at muj price. One home has a very uupe lot accumulated Uit year, the beet oner for Whlci 11 nineteen eenie a pouna. Of courte the pelt-buyer do not with to eooumulatt any more. We therefore advlee owners of aheep thai It looaa to met though It would be for their Intereat toeend their aheen to market with the wool on. aa with It they te II at tkftOKo. per pound, live weigh, and without, at iSH)io. and more likely to fall than rlae front that. The supply this week.lt will be seen, is much greater than laat, and Uiat may account for the dullness ft the market, - - One of the eurioaltlet of the market thla week it a large tot of ehees from Vlratnia It It one of the M ttrawt (that) ehow how the wind blows." - - THE HOG MARKET. Receipts thlt week, 11.031. - Quotatlont 3 tiymn 63 ner cwl. live weight for osrn-fed Uoga, and (3 3033 62J per cwt. for diatlllert, are the quotations of Ileiiry D. Grant, Buperlntendent of the Market. The late arrivals ars not above the demand for good Hogs, which eell quietly; but the aoallawaga are very eiow tale at the loweat quotationa, whlcn art wiaeiy air- rerent from tbe beet. Geo. W- Doraun glrrt tbe following as the price of nogi urn wees: . ' .Live. Dead weight. Ilrtt quality corn-fed. lane ilie.4K(4Xo 5XiX Seoond quality 3,40 4(33io Ilrtt quality, email tiaei, fat and prime, for market butcbert...3K930 imi9 Large alas, ailll fed. fat SKOtfWo 4 V3o Second quality, atlll-fed ScO GEO F. WORTHINGTON, AGENT FOR MILITARY CLAIMS, Corner of F and Thirteenth Streets, WASHINGTON CITY. TTAVINO BIEN EHOAQED FOR A NfJMBEK Of XX yean In the Settlement of auch Olahna In one of tne uovernment Uinoea (rrom which be baa withdrawn), oflera to attend, to Clalmi of any kind tbat may be vmruaiea w nun, aucn aa inoie ror . PEN3I0NB. BOUNTY, ARBEAR8 OS PAY, Bubilitenoe, Trantportatlon, Olothinf. and carllonlarte for Boraei, and other Property loet or destroyed In tbe u. b service, wun wmon ne ia eipeeially laalllar. N. B. The moit prompt aod faithful attention paid ,u uuimrM SSSIIMONIALg. , "I shall obeerfally teillfy that I know do aentln Waahlngton on whom oUlmante can more oonudontly rvi, iuu vu iu, m, wbuuiu wir nuiioeivj wttn integ rlty, capacity and seal." Blgned by lion. JNO. D. UoFHERBON, Ant. Solicitor of U. B, Court of Clalmi. Waahlngton, D. 0. We ate veil acquainted with Mr. Wortbinglon, and tuny aonour ia iuo isToraoie opinion St to nit qualifica tion! expressed above. signed by Bev. EMITS PYHB. D.D. Washington, lion. 0BA8 B. CALVERT, Houee of Repi. Col WM. B. RANDOLPH, Ohiof Clerk U. 8 Treaiurer'a Office. feLSt-tf Colnmbns Wiolcsnle Liquor Store LACE l-LE ROSS & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, fMPOl.TERS AND DEALERS IS Foreign ail Domestic Wirws, Erandiei, .. ' e. ke. AIBO,- OU RVB, M0NGN3AHELA 4 BOURBON whTsky. WAKRH01IBK AND OFIICE, t?4 BOUTH HIOH IT , COLUMBUS, OHIO. eepfWIjli EXTRA DRIED DEEF. SUOAR CVRF.D I1AM3 (New.) SUGAR CURED BEEP TONGUE3 EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. CANAJDIAN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. For tale by H. RHSTIEAUX, lod Bouth Hifh Street. -8 dtf Oysters! Oysters!! H AS JVHT KECEIVED, Afil Wil l do n aauy receipt, oy express, of FRESH QAB Jk EZQ OYSTERS, From Baltimore and fair Haven. Call at Wagner a Oyster and Fmll Depot, No. 21 Kail State itreet. angOttf DR. J. W. THOMPSON. OmOU ON HIGH STREET. OYER HAYDEN'8 IRON BTORB, a few doors North of Broad Columbns, Peo. s, IHUi-dtf Allention ! Leather Bayers. o, O. BMITlx '- . . . . AT THE .. NEW LEATHER STORE, No. 230 South High Street, -OOLUMBUS, O., HAH BEEJf APPOINTED BY THIS President Coo-msnder-ln-Cbuf of tho Central Dlvillon of ihe Leather Trade for Ohio. This appoint ment has not been made because ot political or '-family position, but on account of "pure loyalnesa, "true courage," and "desperate gallantry" lu the warfare againei nign pricca. Wilt be sold for thirty dayi, all klndiol Hemlock Sole Leather, by ths aids, ts low si It can be bontbt In New York, at mi! nmo, ny me tcouianaiio.es. . ' All kinds cf Leather and Findings In atoi e snd for sals at low prloes, . . TO Ths highest prloes In CASH pald'for BIDES. C. Cs vniTHs mirl8-flidw4w NOTICE. Iraae Soeenfell Ohio. Common Pleat of Track linoounty. . , ; astinet : Alanton Keed AfjANsOlf REED WIlil. TAKE WO. TIOl, that Itaao lloienrell, Jr. of St. LouU, Ho., did. on the Slit day of Bared, lets, me his petl tlon Id tho Court ef Common Pleat for Franklin ecus. ty, Ohio, against the said Alanion Beed, totting forth that the said Beed waa Indebted to him on account t'or rent ef bone), In the sum of $ 175, with interest from May 2d, 18SI, and for 1 175, with Interest from Aug. Sd, 18ul, and lor 173, with Intereet front Nov S, IBSl, and for 110 , with Interest frost Feb. 2d, 1861, and praying for a Judgment In hla favor ogaloat said Bead for told eraral sums and lots rest, and for aa order of attach ment; and said Reed la notified that be le required to appear and aniwer tald petition on or before the third Batuidav alter the otn oay or saay, ioo , TBANOIi COLLINS, 1 Att'yfor JmlnUff. march. 20-wOw .. . u ;t . . . . , G ERT8T FANCY PtVAHHEX. BRIRTIs MAM ts BvNs Do you :wast WhisJiera ? . . , . S , ' .... Do you want a Uoustaclia ? j . - ..if so, purehate oat bottle of "" ',. Es E. 0HAIIFI0 JS'8 -- Ths world renowned Toilet the only artiele of tbs kind ever offered tbe people of the United lutea. Vh article te meoniy m wteei ey sue rieuoh; la Lendoa nun rarn 11 11 in universal see. . ... ;w TBI EXCELBIOK - "1 Whisker Invigorator 1 1 la a Beautiful, Economical, Soothing, yet BthauUtlne Compound, acting at If by magie npon the note, eaue log a beautiful growth ot luxuriant beard. If applied to the aealD. it will ears Saldn ii. and If aimlied aa. cording to dlrectieoi, It will oases toiprlog up la bald sponannegrowinoi raa,sorv aauir.. .,, r TDK OELEBKATED " :' - Excelsior Invigorator ! musmi aiucie im mrj weniiemaa s louei, and after one week's nee they would not, for say eonaid- n.Mvy,uiwiuwai u in uoeveramoie will, in irom four to eight weeks, bring out a thick set of Waitscas or MontTACaxi , - - . .: The eubecrThen are ths sbly Agente for tb above r licit In the Oulted Btates, . - - - .. .H-:i. They would alio announce to Ihe publte that they are Agents for -. NAPOLEON'S HAIH TOILET I The only article ever offered to tho French people that would Curl bhuiobt Haiti tbo abovs toilet being manufactured for the sole benefit of Louis Napoleon) amine u now inoupentaoio to nit touei room. The aubecrlbert, feeling confident that tbil Toilet mutt necessarily tike the place of all others ever offered to the public, take pleasure In expressing their eonfldenee In Ihe article, gaining it from practical nae. - Ihe Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Curl Btriumt IUik In Soft, Silken, flowing Curls, that will remain In ahape for one day or one week, It desired, or any longer period, if the direction! are atrlctly followed, whloh ars very simple and eaey. The "air Toilet doee not In any manner Interfere with the haturat Softtuu of the Hair. It neither soorohes nordyet it; but givea the hatr a toft, tbrllty appear ance. It also prevent! the hair from falUno of and turning gray. ... ..... The Napoleon Hair Toilet Ilaa been before Die Dublin but a iWt line, and hu al ready bees tested by over one thousand persons' and in.j uimy wai ico napoieon iiairxoiiet it the greatest beautiUer ever offered to tho American people. To prevent this Toilet from belne- oonniflrfelted or im itated by unprincipled persona, we do not offer It for aale at any Drugglst'o In the United Btetet. - Therefore any;iiaay or uentleman wbo desires soft, Luxarlant Balr and Curia, and Long, Soft Whiskers or ktouttaohe can Srooure ths Invigorator or Toilet, either one, for one oilar, inoloeed In a letter, with their address. Address 0. V. SPBNY At CO., Boa 1S3, Colllssvllle, Hartford Oo. , Conn . And It will be earefully sent by return mall. . . --feb2-dtww!y FnimiBOOKfilEBY 'AUD BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY SPLENDIDLY E4TJirPSD " B IMPBOVZB MA CHINEE Y sID STEAM PO vVEii. N. w; LE FAVOR, Supt: N03. 32 Si, 38, S8 NORTH HIOH STREET, Statesman Bclininr, Second Flowr over U. NeTlna's state Stesm Printing- Rooms. EXTBA SUBSTANTIAL PAGED BLANK BOOKS, With or without TrlMed Headings. on Baper'or Paper RULED AND BOUND To any required Pattern. BTATB DEPARTSIBNTS, RAILROAD OFflOBd, BANSINS HOUSES. COUNTY OFPIOaiB, -' sIEECSASTS, - - furntabid at the Lowett Prket! BOOK BINDING, By Ihe Edition or Single Volume iuAQAZINSS, MONTHLY PUBLIOATIOae) PAMPHLETS, PAIEB8, B:usi In any Required iljU. BINDING AND RE-BINDING For Publio ar.d Private Llbrarlei. Order! from abroad will receive r.rotnnt and aneelal attention. Addreea, J. H. RILEY. or. N. W. LEFAVOR Bookseller aed Stationer, - Buperlntendent 0 Boom tttgn street. Vmnilin Bindery . novlt-dtf INTERESTINC TO EVERT READER. IT Is an Indisputable fact, that If any person want! one of those comfortable ESQUIMAUX BE AVKE OVIB. COATS, be will niually And them In large quantities at 18 any person deiiroui of owning ont of ths late style of BHAYER OTEB. COATS, with eans attached. doa't break your heads to learn when to And then, but go to the CArlIAL. WI I AKuALrE, Oppoilte tbs Stats Honra . Yon will find them there In all colon, kept by MARCUS GUILDS. DID yon never wear any ot the SILK MIXED OAS SIKKRI SUITS, which are told at ths Capital Olty Aroadet Bush In snd yon will Snd them la piles, at . MARCUS CHILDS'S. YOU may alto be In want of PANTS and TESTS, and there te bat ont establishment In ths Weat where Pants and Vests ars to be had in all atrlpea, thanes styles, quantities and qualities, and that place It Ihe . - JAtTi Alt Ul 1 X AJWALJiS. DON'T forget the extensive assortment of FURNISH INO GOODS, particularly la WOOLEN SHI ATS which you can find In ''Bed, white and bios,'' at the tvArllAu Kill X AH.UAU1S, Boperlntended by Marcus Cbilds. II yon wish to wear garment! MADE TO OR DGH, vou can do no better than to so to ths Mer chant Tailoring Establishment, next to ths Arcade, and select yowr gsoaa irom a noes oomprurmg an oolors of Beaver Clothe. Oaiaimeree, Bilk Velret and Flush Vest Inge, and you will san ly meet with a good fit by parehaa sing at .. niAbxua UHiLiUS's. MILITARY QBNTLEMEN, whan they some to this eity, as atrai rera, and wUh Is get a UNIFORM, it Is to their beet advantage to sell at MARCUS CHILDS'S, Where a large assortment ef BLUE CLOTH and other arttoles belonging to the eqalpige of an officer can be had at Viry moderate prioea. In ehort oall at , - -' 1 Marcus Childs'Sj ' Proprietor of that extensive business locaUiy, . . NO. ei, S3 and 85 IHBIl STMEI'T, Opposite the State Ilout. - oct37-40m . . , "'in DR. ROBT. THOMPSON; Suroreoii fc Physician.' Offles Hlfh Street, North of Brosl fNo. Ml.''' ' " Reeldencs.N.- fourth (Maraet) Street, near errrner or spring. - " ... flr tt. V., as heretofore, tresis stl diseases of the Eye. - - - Colnmbuti Dee. t9, 1881-dtrwtf. - - - Tl Dills .CaUUJ, T3k .t..t. tsetraa) a War s( Extsraalaatisa fflast Ba Tsetb, fJetdt VremtU isase Oatas , Ttbae&0.. I..r.e Aetae, aaet HearaUcisw ' j 'j I - 00 ARTTLLBnYIt" jdil yrii. d. ioDRb'o DENTAL TREABDHY:- A OOMFLETt BIT OF BIMtMIt FOA PRESERTING THE TEETH, PURIFYING THE BBEATflSCUTlI, ..... '1 AUD .... : CUBISQ TOOTHACHE ecEZVlklQlk Dr. Hard's Celebrated MOMTH WASH M. bottle.' : .- Dr. Kurd's Unequalled T6OTII POWDP.t, one box. . r . . . Dr. Hard'! Magio TOOTHACHE DROPS , one bottle. Dr. Hurd't Uorivalled NEURALOrA ft A. 1 S.IV, - Dr. fTiMmi't Mi's lajTVAlemiktBtet Uetmeettte , . sersfnolAsS irtatmmu c rLOSSaiLIfor CUmitto MotntU fhett. . TOOTB PICKS, $to.4e. . , , - ( PlVnarw1 al Te tfaAS. Wk.-i-t sst sm aa .a. a- Brooklyn 7M Kj-""' "- " Pries 05Z DOLLAJL; or, SIZ'for U. elgbMnches by flvs, and It sent by szpress. IpT uildirolUmsformeoearU. ' ,-, .; . The following arttoles ws eaa send teyssasely, ay mail, via: " The'rreatlsaPrearTlathTtsk. tent. Doat-nald. oa tha Mains mt fi nb - - ' rm - ww..w wm vmmm w ins nearaif la riaatar, lot NsBralgla In tU , Pace, Nervous Headache, and Earscaa. sent, cost-said x on receipt of Blthtesa Genu. e.tTS-TSs Thereearaifiaaiaia AtsisaaaatlA Plas. s- "t "i atatassi BH OAA VllXW alUOVMtjTI, . S-l'il0' Part to body, esnt, post-paid, oa receipt auiM srw v arsa . - ay Address, . , 1., x- WM. 0. HURO ft CO., r vj Tribune Buildings, New Yorlc ir7Dr. Ha,.', fnrrn win svuvrnr anitfia. andtOOTHAOuA DBOPS aaaaoS at seat by aaalL aai iwrirnmsuHHriuiirUHnrMlral Btores If they cannot, send to as for tha DENTAL TB1ABURY, frloe, 0a Douaa, which contain! thaa. NOW, ... Are Dr.Hurd's Preparatwng Good? Th hut srsHrLartral kar tha. e,M I. tLa .L.a. . frteacU ud bmi pat root ra thorn who hm matd iben ' of aiiwaiB.inHanrn uiAlff XOrk BtaU 1aI(U neiatlrt mm. A akua . a . . Association, and these preparations have bees aaed a practice tor years, sad so leading siUsea of while eminent Den Oats of Mow York recossaaad Ibem as the beet known to the profession. Without tbe aid ef advertising, dealers hare eold them by the gross. xns Editor or ths Brooklyn Dally Ttajee awyr "Wo- -- Mf, noss, re tne ar7dToVTHP0wbTb.Voa reels with ths tact that bis aATtoxs iu raxcusxT WHiT Txrv ia amBiiTXS To as, at wa raji ixsnrr ntosi TBtiB ions OSB.'' , . , Tobri powDisai .T'jrrt""! ' all up. We lod it the beet Powder for ths Test ths we ever need. I shall feel obliged li ya will send as, another supply at the Museum at your convenience, with nt inat anal Uum.S fl..' - , . . 1T7 BaMM trf Oral iailaaM luMa - N H". ' - - - wta aTVWUrVs eVsf.ee .kc,Iwih 'S ostlre no add, aor alkali, nor eharooal, and polishes without wearing the enamel. Use ao other. ; ': . .: i . . What will DrHordV Remedies Effect? Dst. ITniD'ai MfeTTTfT VlOD ..a s.-r-f-v u-w-v-n - , s ikiAsaa, VMsMial Ul W Tfasfan ssest breath and pearly teeth. Try them, ladles. Da. Hoan'e Month Wash and Tool Powder will cleanse the mouth from all foal exhalations; aad at need .Tr "", -ui. snuuii laauswsstar tnd tha daybegln mors pleasantly. Hundreds of pstoae ra . . "- lry snem, gsotlesaen. Da. Hon a Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder are ae" beet preparatlODS la tha world for cartas Bad Breath and m -. w uh uuaoreossi cmn of PtoMMd Btoedlnr Obu, 8 or Mouth, 0 anker to., bm Inmciiw. IvDr, fiud'i Mtrisfrot fMh. Dr. lTmiriA WnVTTT WiatT assume SMSM-.M. -.aa. nawis svusi AVVAH gJ FT AaV th give an additional charm to eourtthip, and mats bos bands mora aaraaahU .51 - ... huibandi. Tnsyibould be seed by every person hav ts ARTIFICIAL TEETH, A which are liable to Impart t taint to tbs aouthr' Da. Tfrrana TOnTtranirw nsnsi a .t.... arising from exposed atrvtt, aad ars tbs best Meads that parents sen have la lbs boats to save their obUdrsa from ff'to lisato'Tts from loss of sleep and sympaliitno Viift Manet eawaalt a. A aw nsgtoctyoartsstb. For a trttUagta,ysaa aowtst p rase its tires, than which Kotbsohlld or Astor eaa nt nothing better. Bsmsmbsr that DYSPEPSIA and COM tUMPflOM of THE lUNoToftea orWlaNsihSt m in a vumTIWVU va wis SUDjeOw af tOO SaSS SO arrest decay In your own tsstb, save yoar cblldrsn's NtJtealgia Iasteiie Fist . ITrttiSk'a sTVTTtirlf A rjm isiaa . TSBSars the most pleasant aod tasostsral reaed lea over prescribed for this painful cussass. Ihs aslant SDbllaa nna aw, KAMn.u J . . . . . r"r aivwV, ueiia aeisep, aaa awaxet free from rata, and ao blistsr or other anpisasaa t wuaawai snraa. WOT KaaaOaS and ui?2,,,HlUV.p,Jl,,oor,to eHrsetlons, aad rellef will surely follow. Nothing eaa aa obtslaad aonal to Dr. Hurd't Compress for irlrt.. ViTh-2 They are enUrsly a novel, oarions, aad original d repast atlon, and wonderfully auooesafui. They ars of two sites, one small, tor lbs faoe, price U cmts, and the nthav ina. tnw a.nllM.. T. . . TTTJ" . .. B V . -i-muu w uiv uwj, pnoe f otnts SiZI ft, smllaf aa m Mlu 7 . v turn wnta vne 9amf, What are the People Doing? ThsE A massif asa wtanvita msaai tw.eWtfl.a . a . cIU prapAimtlotM tint fostrlbat to mnoh to titt u)pj DM of thorn wtaff them, aad they wat thoa. Krerr asaatl Si I a - m la.SS . a . ev a vni srosfiog ano TRSATlsa on .1 i in T7. .inl,SM HI! ISWSB- eloelog 37 osnta for the Moon Wasa, to be seat by mall: bat ta LlpM WS Arts tVttn n-llatA, m s.t. sk.s a a. a ." bit to tend m luU pint bottle by mall. Tho mopU wtat . r -- vwiuuwiiwu w npur iuai aa inrfsM. wvwu nsuBtraiw , rr no w $upUv tAomt CHANCE FOR AGENTS. Bhrswd sgsnts can auks a saaU rortans fa esrrytns these article, around to laasjlla,. The Darraa. Tasas, wasa, ua main aruoiv iiiai a saaa ST woaaSB SSS fr -tar around. Send for one and tea. or, better, adossas which ws will tell, as aaainlee. for S7. Ansta s.miiai iik. ally with Olrculan. JO Mow It the time to go Into tbo business, to do good, and auks a profit. Wo ars pending thousands for ihs benefit of sgsots. , Msw England aeo aad women I btra la aamatiiina nia ..j aohancstotakethsUdsatitsflood. ' Address,. v4 J Qr Ws B. HURD 'iC0Tt:o Tribime-Bioiicsinos, . - NKTW "YORE. fh-t nralliAUieiUi nti fmi tnail AaM.- n w a WVUStUAWaAtSBax. JW 3' H. At ita. Mfae t. tKa ta v . V Z Oatrma. President Fsnoers'aiidCltlsese'Bsnk. Brook-' "i '0Ti0o 0o' tw Yorkrtw f . . AUm Esq., Hew Yort, ear., eto. I ieowiBjtwawty ' aw Golden Hill aiid Shoulder. Seai AtW THREE Ply Linen Oollars, to aU shapes; ' ".' " Oents' Faiwr Collars; i ,eok Ties snd Bcarfai " '"'l i Superior Kid fllovet, alt eofort: ' '" r ! , ngllah Oottoa Half Hose; .' Under Shlrta and Drawers of . . J Blerlne Lambs' Wool, . I . , . B.iaaou Biiaarr VHinLnai, ' , ' .' - Pocket HsndierchlrSs, ready s.se, : And ail kinds of OenU' Furnishing (foods ba tbe great, est variety and of beet quality. ' -I a t BAIN A SOlf. .1, iv.iU.' r -saw. 4 Bill. . . . k . , "I tltsf SlTPEKIOIUIOOPrSSlRTS THE Imaovabts-lae Hero Skirt, br Whits, Dark and Magenta. .. Ths taost ner) sot Sairt vet Inrra- daJ bv na. aad tor dnm.i:;, J'S Jan it ..ll-