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showing th arrival and departure of train ( Colum bus. Ofi and after May 5tb, lStiS, tralniwlll bar a fol- , oww . ,(t ; J V ' " r ' V"'' f Lvm. Miami a'CoLcait:, XuruB.B. , , . ''' Leave. Arrlvs OlBOtnmtl Accommodation. 580 A. M. 0:85 P. II. DavSxprea 1130 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Wall 4:10 P, M. 3:10 P.M. Hlgbl Biproae, Tla Dayton, 1:00 midnight. 3:30 A. M. ' . ' ! ' - JlTO. W. TJOHSBTV, Agent t OoiUMil'l ft Clsvilaxp a. B. Wight Bxpresa.l 400 A.M. 11:30 P. M Nw York Bxprw ,..11 10 A.M. 1I:U0A.M. 0,0. tk-O-Way Expret.... 3:40P.M. 1013P.M. ' ' ' Jamb Pattirioh, Agtnt. OdttkalOhio A. Ho. 9 Iipresi No, 4 Express : 1:30 A. M. , 11:45 P. M .11:10 A. M. 11:10 A. M W. J. Fill, Agent. i, ftraatniM, OoLOHitn Oihcwkati R. B. Wall Train :-... Bipre Train 3:50 A.M. 11:45 P.M. 11:10 A. M ..11:10A.M. OoavtiBce iMDuaoroLu, B. B. . (OOMJ10 Pida ft Imouha ft. U.) No. lBxprw eilo A. M. - " tm p. ii. 10:40 A. M. 4:50 P. M. J no W. But Agtnt. 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X fell is too morning a moat miraia pain In the baot,j U tba leww Joint of the aplne were broken or bruited, ind M utbaatle preianre oo the cbeit. Owing to my OMapcUon, wbieb keep m all day buiy out of doon, and Mtinly dlatrtiiilng any te-oalled ''regular treat tBt,'ttit would bar confined do to my bout, I Ihoucbtof following a plan of my own, witch might euro mt wltbeut the Inconvenience to my bualoeu at tending the treatment of a "regular p acliUoner." So I pat m Allceck'a Plaiter right orer the groin, renewing U erery furtnlght; every gatarday night I took a doat of Brandteib'i P.llt. tb,ree .or four, Hi I thought neoewsry to a dote, which operated on mo after getting up, three to BTO timet In the funnoooi oa Hand ay, Xueaday and Ihurtday nlghta X tsok on Life Addition pill, which produced one largo oracuation. X purtued tbU eonne for tlx weeai, and could attend to my baimeit without Interruption: I wor.nl, ate and drank at X wai wont, alept moot found ly and awaked every day wilb lew pain, and bow I know nothing of the oooplalnt at all, io that I feel Obliged to make you (lilt etatcment for proper nee, toping that IhU otiople proceeding may benefit many ai ft hae done me. ' I am, dear Sir, youri, molt reapectfuDy, A. LtHltAM. iAOBONIOA Office, 05 Franklin Street, New Vork. All Inquirlei Immediately &aav,eiod by addreaelng PR BBAKDKBia, New Yurk. Sold by John B. Cook, DrnirgJt, Ooluubua, and by all retpeetalile dealert in medivwui apl30-dwlm TO MARRIED MEN, Or Thoae Oonlcinptatlugr Ittarrluige. CUB inderalgtied wlllglveluformatlon on a veryfn. Itrtettng and iwjonint tubjeot, which will be valu ed mon than a thouatuid Umea IU coat by every married oouplo of any ago or condition in life. The information will bo tent by mall to any addreii on the reocipt of 33 ctntt (ttieer) and one red itamp. AU lotto ri ibould be addretnd to U. D. MOBUld, M D. vct31-ly3tawilkw Boiton.Matf. Hcutoveit f rona bl old Office. Dr. A. B. WXM.IAM3, W. Broadway, near nijhit., Oolumbui, 0., bat devoted bimaelf for a teriei of yeara to the treatment of certain private diaeatet. lie may be eocaultod at his office on Broadway, near the BAvhaoge Bask. JanlOdtf 9. M. Mll.Lt. WM. JAJ4IBON' LULLS & JAMISON, : UW, COLLECTION, REAt ESTATE, INSUKANCE OFFICE, Kot 124, South High 8treet, ' ' It&i. ii v JftruMj ..... , ' . .... ooxjXT2vi33X7ar; ' di WIU PBAOTICB IN TH1 CITY AND COUNTY, special attention given ti lltlcatlon aodexamlna. Mos of Laod Tlilet Oolleotloni Covoyanolng Dettlf ant of Uttatea Procuring Bounty Money and Pen. atom for soldier or their bclra - -Alio, to Buying, Bell. log or Controlling Beal Eatate Inveatlng Money on . aungagei, ana fire ana itltenjurance uuaioeaa Bay o ' , D W Deablor. Etq., Oulumbaa, 0. v . Xd ailoley h Oo., Cincinnati. 0. . Z t lloa. 0. 0. Wright. Beotauqua, low. vw Sa. H Lokar fc Bro., &, Louia, Mo. 4Jf. Wa. Da niton. Columbm,0. - t"nttreot. Bradtoid k 0.tMew York., , B. ft binsham. ". . . i. ''. M'ocrrgT. iKQHA"M'M-CUFFEY,- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ir ' x ; . : -v-5 COL'IMEUS, OHIO, : OFTIOI-Tn Beadley, Eberly Uloharda' Bonding B90outhBh Btraett ;: " lapl7-dly. DIUR0BT.JH0MPS0N'. StATceon cfc Flivsician. .. .. .. Ofio High Street, North of Broad (No. 1(). Iloaldeooo, R. fourth (Manet) Street, near eornm f Bprliig. .jiufetoforo.'lreaii all dlaeatefof Oalvmbui, Deo W, 18dl.-dlttf. -- - Crsmberriea 1 Cranberries f-A rKtl. CtfAftBEUUlEfJ.iN tVoail v J OHDan, a fjosjignaMaw Jfattala lowbv -A toeraU) Ulgt KJje Statesman VEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1862 TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. From McDowell's Army. REPORT OF GEN. BANKS. BRILLIANT UNION VICTORY AT LEWISBURG. Latest Foreign News. The English Press on the Capture of New Orleans. REBELS CHANGE POSITION AT RICHMOND. MONO. . J SPECIAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. HE EXONERATES CAMERON. &c. &c. &c. From Gen. McDowell's Army. WAeuiNOTON, Mae 26 Tba tpeolat oorres pobdout of tbu Time with Geo. McDowell's arm y, lend the iollowiDg ditpatobi . FaiDtiicKoBUBO, Mdjt 20 Our troops laat oight cro.icd the rlvor, and our liuea low ex tend out about eight in Ho on the Bowling Ureen road, aod f e or ail miles on the toit' grupb and plank road. Toe rebeli from their posa uo the hills, were of conrae able to tee oar moveinemi and antioipate tbem. The baroed the Oret ullroad bridge, outaDout ttre miles, as tbejr retreated. It is reported by con trabands that another bridge between here and U timet 's ste'ion li burned, aud also Que be joud. Two rebel regiments were between the eooampment of two of oar brigades last eight, bnt took, early leave at two this morning. A reoonnnlssaoce out for Dearie fliteeo miles on the nlank road and ten on the fiuwlius Green road, made this morning bj Gen. MoDowell, esoorted by the Harris llubt oaralrj, rarealed uo rebels at all, and no iodloatlous were found oi their having been In ant force. I believe we oouia march within tea miles or wonmona unopposed. uen. liaabledav bas been appointed military Uorernor ot thia plaoe. Report of General Banks. Waihijotow, Mv 26. The followinff was received at the War Vopartment at 11 o'clock this atternoon: - WILLIAMSPORT, 4 o'clock, P. M. To the Pmident: I have the honor to report the safe arrival of my command at this Diane last evening at 10 o'clook, and the pasiage of the 6. h corps aoroas the rivor to-aaj, wiin comparativoiv nttie 106S of men In killed, wounded and mlesing in the different combats In which my command has participated since the march from Strasburg, I in on the morning am now to report, but have great satisfaction In beicg able to sf j, altbongh serious, onr loss is muob less tban might bare been anticipated, ooneid- nug the very great aisparlty ot forces eogag. ed, and the long matured plans of the enemy, which aimed at nothing leas than the entire oapture ot oar forces. A detailed statement win us torwaruea as soon as possible, My commaud enoounteted the enemy In a constant succession of attacks and in wall oon- ested Kogagcmcnts, at Strasburg, Middletown, Newton, at a point between tbete places, aud at Wiuobester. The foroe of the enemy was esti mated at from fifteen to twenty thousand men, with very atrooK artillery and cavalry support. My own force conflated of two brigades, less than lour thousand Btrocg all told, fliteeo hun dred cavalry, ten Purrott guns, and six smooth bores. The preservation of the entire supply train is source of gratifloation. It numbered about five hundred wagons, on, a forced maroh oi fiity-tbree miles, thirty-five of which were per- lorrued in one Clay, suojeot to oonstsnt eitacK in front, rear and flnk, according to lis position, by the in full lores. WILLIAMSPORT, 4 o'clock, P. M. N. P. BANKS, Major-General Commanding. Col. Crook's Victory at Lewisburg. Ngw YoB, Mav 26 Quite a number of western soldiers, wounded and eick, have been sent home to day by Col. Howe, of the New Eogland Boom, where every attention has been paid tbem. A special to the Tribune from the army in the field near Franklin, V , Monday, May 26, says: further accounts are reoeived ot Col. Crook's brilliant viotory at Lewieburg, Green briar county, on the 23d, Gen. Heath attacked Col Crook with three thousand infantry and cavalry, and six oannon. Al ter a spirited fight of one hoar, the rebels wero pat to flight In utter coulueiuD, and their sight soon became a rout. Col. Crook oaptured lour nnod oannon, one so near bis position that it was loaded, with canolster and OAissons, and eight rounds of an munition 1 " The rebels, In the early part ot the fight, carried eff their killed and wounded, but left 00 the field thirty-eight dead, including eeveral iffloers, and sixty-six wounded. Une hundred pruoners were oaptured, among them Ltsut.. Colonel Ftnuey, Major Edgar, and other offi cers. Three hundred stand of arms were ta ken. The enemy, to secure their retreat, burned Greeubrlar bridge, beyond which they could cot be pursued. Crook's viotory was only won by hard fight log against greatly superior foroos. We lost fourteen killed, sixty wounded and five picket oaptarcd. Bjme of oar 'wounded were shot in the streets of Lewieburg, as they were return ing to the hospital, by the oitixeos of the town. of it at I I as Baltimore, May 26 We learn there was some pupuUreommotion in Hagerstown Satur day night aod Sunday, the same as here. A rebel newspaper ofiloe was destroyed, and prom inent secessionists puuisbsd very severely la all parts of the town. . , . A report lrom Willlamsport says thai ss Our troops returned through Winchester the women drcd on tbem, and that the sick left In the hos pitals were brutally treated, and some of .them wounded. In view of aotive movements In progress, It is thought the rebels stand a casnce of being caught in a trap. - - -.n ...... Among those mentioned as being molested by tbe Union men yesterday the name of Rob ert McLtno, late Minister to Mexico, was er,:o Iseously given. .This is Incorrect- 4 , . ; 11 a II ' -v T- Niw You, May 27 Tbe Herald's oorres pondout reports that lbs Fourth Michigan Reg lmsnt, in the recent skirmish on the Cbicka hominy, fought end routed an entire rebel brig ade. -- Petersburg papers report that on tbe 19;h, e!f(bt"fu of the Monitor's erew went ashore at City Pjiot, and were surprised by the rebels and nine taken prisocers and tbe balanoe reaohed their boat and palled for the vsisnl. Thev were Uhot at and eight killed. ;, j,. ,.,.t. , ., The Virginia legislature baa appropriated 4300.000 to remove the women andohilrtr.n and decreplopersons from Richmond to a place of saiety. .... - p . ,n ,j Tbe rebel army was encamped within few miles ot nionmono, Rebel account state that the Mayor of Vieka bu'g replied to tbe aummoDe of onr gonboats, that "Mississippians sever surrsnder d,'.' , . , Martial law is la force io Charleston. . The papers and oltlisos are fsarlol of the surrender 01 toe city. in I Responses of Loyal States. ' TmirAMAKLia. Ma 06. The following gen era! order has been Issued to-day to tbe Indiana HEADQUARTERS INDIANA LEGION, INDIANAPOLIS, May 26. t la oousequeuee of the reoeut demonstration against the National Capital, and on a reqalsit tlon from the War Department, it ia hereby or dored that tbe Colonels of tbe organlxsd regi ments of the Indiana Legion, report to these hnarlnnartera b telearsDD. On receipt of this order, the strength of tbelr several companies, and bold their regiments In readineie to .march at a moment's noiloe. In localitlee where the r..in i nm full nro-anised. it le eoioined on all cltlsens to perteot tbe organisation under the laws of tbe state, ana report to iuv uouij fil ters, where arms and tqulpmeuU will be turn- ished. .. . , Bv order of John Love, ittsi.-uea. iwommana- LAZ. NOBLE, Adjutant-General. 1M DI AN ATOMS. Mav 26. A battalion of four companies of the 63d Indiana Regiment, two companies of tbe 19.h U. S. lulaotry, and Cap lain Nylor'e battery left for Washington to night. Forty rebel prisoners passed through here last evening for Camp Chase. Niw Yo, May 28. Tbe 7th Regiment, Colonel Seffort's, left to-night for Wasbtngton, nina hundred strong. Their marob down Broadway was a perfeol ovation. Tbe 5th Regiment left Fort Hamilton for Washington. Intense feeling bere. '' Pbovidincc, May 26. Enlistments progress rapidly. A regiment leaves to-morrow mgni and another the next day. The Marine artille ry Is reornitlog. uov. prague eccompauiM tbe soldiers to the war. Boitow. Mav 86. The Massachusetts 32d Colonel F F. Psrktr, left for Washington this evening. The old First Light Artillery Dane rv. Uaolain Jones, leaves cany ro-iuuiret Ortr three thousand troops appear ed on the commons this alter noon, ready for servioe, and the number will be greatly swelled by arrivals to-morrow. Rebels Changing Position. New Yobs. Mav 27. A sneclal to the Trl buna lrom Butttom Bridge. May, 231 sau: In tslllgeni slaves in Geu. Keyes'S camp this morning, stated that yesterday dood, when they left RUbmond, tbe rebel army was moving out ot the oltr northward to tbe lair ground. Those who know tbe peiuoo, say it is aoout two or three miles out, 00 a high commanding plateau. We undei stand that this position is being fortified, and that the enemy intenas to give ub battle totre. All Quiet in Baltimore. Baltihobc. May 87. Private account frum Martiotburc repiessnt only a few rebel scouts were in town yesterday, aud they shortly after retired without doing any damage. Inelndl oationa are tbal the enemy le retreating to Win Chester. 1 All Is aulet here this morning. A large police force is stationed along Baltimore street aod in other localities, to prevent tarouieoi meetings Col. Corcoran to be Exchanged. Nxw Yoif , May 97. Ii Is understood that Col. Hanson, of Ky., is to be exchanged for vol. Corcoran. A letter tj the Herald gives a Hi t of losses la tbe 4.b Miohlgin regiment In tbe recent skirmish. Killed Private Abel M D Piper, Co. B , ehot through tbe heart. Wounded Private Franklin Drake, Co. B , mortally; pri vate r7. li. Chase, Co. C, morttjly, compound fraoture of Ibixb; private M. Young, Co. B flesh wound in arm; Corporal John Campbell, Co B , flesh wouud In thigh; private Martin Brook way, Co- B, compound frao.ure of fore arm; private Chas B.-uner, Co. A., flesh wound inigb: pilvate Cbas Barow, Co. 1., wounded mouth. r 00 Special Message of President Lincoln Washimoton, Msy 27. Tbe Speaker laid before the House the following message from tne rnsiaent: Te (As Senate and Haute f Rtprtttntativti ; Tbe loaurreotloa which Is yet existing In the oited States, and aimed at the overthrow of the federal Constitution and Union, was clan destiuely prepared during the winter of 1860 and tool, aud assumed an odbd orsanlxatlon in tbe form of a treasonable Provisional Govern ment at Montgomery, Alabama, on the 18. h day of February, 1861. Ua the I'dia day or April, ltibl, the insurg ents oommltted tbe flagrant aot oi civil war by the bombardment and capture of Fort Sum ter, wbbh out off the hope of immediate con ciliation. Immediately atterward all tbe roads and avenues to this city were obstructed, and tbe Capital was put into a condition of a siege. Tbe malls in every direction were stopped, and the line of telegraph cut off by tbo Insurgeuts. aud military and naval foroes which had been eatled out by the Government for the defense of ad ir to lor of Washington, were prevented from roaonlDg tbe oitv bv organised and combined treasonable re sistance lu the Siate of Maryland. There was no adequate and etiectlve organi sation for the publio defense. Congress had in definitely adjourned, and there was no time to convene them. It beoame necessary for me to choose whether, using only tbe existing means, agenoiee and processes which Congress had pro vided, I should let tbe Government fail Into ruin, or whether, availing myself ot the broad er powers oonlerred by the Constitution lq oases insurrection, I would make ao effort to savs with all its blessings tor the present age and for posterity. I thereupon summoned my constitutional ad visers, the beads of all the DeputmeutB, to meet on Sunday, the win day ol April, lool. the offloe of the Navy Department, and tteu and there, with their unanimous concurrence, directed that an armed revenue cutter should proceed to sea, to afford protection to tbe com meioial marine, specially to tbe California treasure ships then on their way to this ooast. also directed tbe commaudant of tbe navy yard at Boston to purohsse or Charter and arm quickly as possinie, nve steamships lor pur poses of publio defense. I directed the 00m mandant of tbe navy yard at Philadelphia to pmohase or charter an equal cumber for the same purpose. I direoted tbe commandant at New York topuronaaeor ocarter and arm ao equal number. 1 direoted Commatder Gilils to purchase or oharter aud arm aud put to sea two other vessels. . Similar directions wsre given to Commaadcr Dupont, with a view to the opening of p-easgea water to and trom the Capital. I direoted tbe several officers to take the ad vice and obtain the aid and efficient services In tbe matter, ot his Excellency Edwin D. Mor gan, tbe Governor ol New York, or ia bis ab senoe, Geo. D. Morgan, Wm Everts, R. M, Blatcblord and Moses Gdunell, who were by my direction especially empowered by the Sec retary of the Navy to act tor his Department that orisls In matters pertaining to the for warding of troops and supplies for tbe publio de fense. Oa tbe same occasion I direoted tbat Gov. Morgan aod Alexander Cummings, of tbe oity of New York, should be authorised by tbe Seoretary of War, Simon Cameron, to make all necessary arrangements for the transporta tion ot troops and munitions of war, la aid and asslstanos of the officers of the army of tbe United States, until communication by mall and telegraph should bs completely re-established between tbo cities of Washington and New York. . No security ws required to be given by tbem, and either of tbem was authorised to sot, la case ot inability to oonsalt with the other. Oa tbs same occasion I authorised and dl rooted the Secretary of the Treasury to ad vaooe, without riquirlog seourliy, two million dollars of publio money to John A. Dix, George Opdyk s aud Richard M. Biatobford, of New York, to be need by tbem in meeting such reaul Biilons as should bs direoted by consignment upon military ana naval measures tor the de fense and support of its Government, and re quiring them only to aot without compensation, and to report their transactions, when duly oaltsdspon. Tbsivsral Departments of. tba Government at that time contained ao large a number ot disloyal persons that it would, hate been im possible to provide Bifely, through official agents only, for the petlot manoe ot tbe duties thus confided to oit'Sens favorably known for tbelr ability, loyalty and patriotism. . Tbs several orders Issued upon tbstS occur renoss wsre transmitted by private messengers, who purtued a circuitous way to the seaboard ed has To the es to his as ny t ot . a ' Oltle Inland across tbe States of Pennsylvania and Ohio, end tbe northern lakes. I believe that by these end other similar measures taken without authority of law, Government was saved from overthrow. 1 am not aware that a dollar of tbe publio funds thus eoofided, without authority ot law, to ULolUciai portions, wss either lost or waetea, aituougn ap prehensions of such misdirections ocourred me as objections to tbece extraordinary pro ceedings, and were necessrlally overruled, 1 reoail these trsosicuons now, because my attention has been , direoted to a resolution which was oaased by tbe House of Represents tlves on tbe 30th of lent month, which is In these words: "RitoUtd. Tbst Simon Cameron. Iito S.?crc tary of War, by Investing Alex. Cammipgs with large sums or public money ana authority to purcbass military supplies without restriction, without reaulring of him any guarantee for the faithful performance of his duties, wbou tbe services of competent publio officers wero avail- aoie, and by involving toe government in vast number ot contuo'B wiin persons not le gitimately engaged iu tbe business pertaining to tbe subjeot mutter of suou oontraots, especi ally in the purcoase of arms for future delive ry, has adopted a policy highly li furious to tbe publio service, and deserves the conjure or tbe House." Congress will see tbat I should bo wautlng equally in eaudor aud juaticw If I should leave tbe oeuaute expressed in this resolution to rest exclusively or cbiifly on Mr. Camerou. The same sentiment is unanimously entertained by tbe beads of tbe Departments who participated in the proceedings which the uouas of itepre enlatlve bss oeosurcd. It is due to Mr. Cam eron to ssy tbat altbongh he fully approved the proceedings, tbey were not moved or suggested by hlmseli, and tbat not only the President, bul all tbe other besds ot Departments, were equally responsible with him for whatever error, wrong or tault waa committed In tbe premises, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. WASHINGTON, May 26, 1862. Arrival of the Kangaroo. Can Raos, May 26 The fteamsblp Kmea roo from Liverpool I4:b, via Qieenstown 15th, parsed Cape Race Sa urday night. Tbe Canada arrived out on tbe lltb, aud City of New York and Bohemian on tbe 14 h. . Tbe oapture of New Orleans was regarded who, somo doubts, but generally credited and treated as a deoided triumph lor the Norlb; though many contend that It will not material. ly etitict tbe Issuo. Breadstuff closed dull. Flour 6.1(2 la lower WbeatS J lower. Corn 6i lower. Provisions Sit. Consols, for moLey, l3. Giiat Britain. Tbe news of tbe capture of Aiew vsrieaue was received ny iue uanaua, and was the occasion or much surprise and cocsid arable dljbelief, but coming frum Southern sources, It was generally agreed there waa; no room tor oooot. it produced no itinueuoe on tbe cotton market. Tbe Times says It Is a hard blow for tbe South and a great irumpli lor tbe Noah an other proof tbat the North can do more hirm to the Couiedtrites tban tbe Confederates cau do to them. The Times asks how It will effect England!1 Itsats the American Ministers at London aud Paris are told to assure the Gov ernments tbat plans aro being matured for a mltlatlop or the blockade, and tble promise has been made from time to time in Paris for some weeks past; and ss we can well nudtr- stand, there Is the most sincere delre on tbe part of tbe federal Government to fdlfi.ll It If the Federals have possession of New Or leans, there is of coiirre un end to tbe blockade of tbe city. There ir. only coe thing wanting, that ootton should oomedowu. it tbe Sjotbe-o planters trust it to the Feoenl?, etfficient will dcubtles be got to relieve tbe m uiuliot'irtr;; but if tbey remove or destroy tbelr stock", vr reiuse to bring then down. It is bard t ear what was gained by the capture of New Orleans. The oapture Is creditable to the skill of tbe Nor.h, and la aUo an item la revenge of the eaerais, but if tbe oity la now to be blockaded tne land side by tbe confederates, the gain will not be mu'b by this mitigation of cue blockade. Iu another article the Times sava It la vain In usny tne importance ot the event, but it South ... . - . ercers mean what they say in their loud talking, wmoa tne limes rawer quostions, they oan never be conquered. Tbe Herald deolines to bellove the fall, but mite that If true, it, would be a signal triumph tor the North. Tbe Morning Post also doubts it, and thinks coo armed it will not seriously tffeot the for tunes of either parly, although a serious loss tbe South, It ssys tbe utter hopelessness of tbe struggle is moro apparent at each succes sive stsge. Tbe Dally Nous says there is no good reason doubting ihe capture, and regards it of gre.it importance. It bigbly eulog aes the con anmmate ektll dUplayed by tbe iVorto in this matter. The news per the City of New York, re ceived just belore tbo Ktngaroo lelt L vtrpoof, 03Uise dispelled all doubts Tbe impreasion prevailed lu Winchester chat tbo tveut would bring forward some cottcn. It was reported tbat Count Purslimv wis mid. deoly ordered from Paris to London, it waa sue- kui v utj - uiioaiuu relative tne eteamer Eoooomlst, with eight hundred bile of ootton atd four hundred barrels of rosin, which arriv at Liverpool lrom Charleston. Speculations continue relative to Mercier's visit to Richmond, but nothing reli&blc The Opinlooe Natlonale assert: tbat It merely had reference to French tobacoo. it waa reported that there was a military can (racy in St. Peters, being ia fnvor ol Poland. Rebel Barbarities. Haxriebuiq, May 26 The following dipoai&h been received by the Governor ir im a re liable source, it is proper the people should know the facte: CHAMBERSBURG, Pa, May 26 Oovtrnttr Cur tin: . We have examined a dosan slratrelera Ir.iiu Maioe First, Gen. Bmks's columo, to-day. The testimony le conclusive as to tbe brutal treatment of our sick au prisoners. A num bsr ot Pi-nnyylvsplans who were sink at Win Chester, are hid In wheat fields oa Geo. B icks's route of retreat, Many were inhumanly butch ered. . . . From Washington. WAauiNQTON, May 26 Semi official dispatch reoeived to-day, uuder dto ot Oriiiba, May 9tb, state that tbe French troops had advanced within three leagues of tbal city, where tbey encountered a foroe ot tea thousand Mexican, who attacked them with success, killing five hundred ot ibem. .... , . , J" It does not appear that President Juorts and Cabinet had fled from tbe City of Mexico, was recently staled. '" . ,. From the Navy Department the 1ol!owtog Items are gathered: Aa United States eteamer. with one Ciimna- of the Fifth New York, on tbo if.h inrt., proceeded up the Chowan river, N. C, to Gates county, and dts'.rojed fifty thousand dollars' worth of bacon, corn, latd, fitb, etc , belonging tbe Confederate government. Oa the 14th tbe V 8. steamer" Ceres and Lock wood pursued the rebel steamer Alioo up Roanoke river, and oaptured her about two miles below Williamsburg. She had a Cargo baoon for the rebel army aud tbe oburch bells of Plymouth, wliioa wore to be cast Into He'd pltota. No advices have been received at the War Department to-day lrom Geo. Halleck. - Geo. MoClellan telegraphs that his Iroops have out tbe Virginia Octral Railroad at three polnta between liauorer Court House aud the Chlckahominy.. . , ... Washington, May 27 By dispatches re ceived tble morning at tbe War Department, we learn tbat affairs are quiet lu the violni y of Harper's Ferry.- A message from Gen. Banks,! dated 10 o'oluok this morning, says tbat Capt. Collie, of the French Z uavet, baa brought bis command Into Hancock, having had two men killed, v . , i fc r A later dlspatob from Geo. Banks Bays "all quiet at Williampjrt." The Intelligencer of to-thy, referring to tbe representations tbal insurgeuts again meuaoed tbe National Capital, saye: "Decides creating false alarm, tbey are unjust to the military deposition the Government has made lor the piouotiou of this , oitv, while their only effect abroad can be lu produce a fictitious Impression snore complimtutary to tbs mllituy strength of tbe insurgents iltnu faots can be bold to war rant. Tne absnrd rumors which find eurrenoy among Idlers and secession eympatbiisrs, havs sot disturbed the tqdsolmltr of tbs people et Washligton." ' " --v-i . ' . The President has appointed tbe following tbo to visitors to tbe Military Aoadsmy at West Point, iur iue annual examination or lOOK; - Kev. I. Phelps of California, Jas. R Cope land ot Delaware, Horace Biddle of lodiana Hon. Jamos Knox of Illinois, Hon. Isaao P. cnristuncy of Mioblgan. Edward B. MoPherson 01 IHIBtoUll. lion. Hamnel L'oton or Nat riaiDDSbire. lion. Thomaa P.Carr.cnter of Now Jersey, Rv, Dr. Frauds Wayland ot Rbode inaua, jonn n. noogtrs or Tennessee, ralllip Biriletl of Vermont. :Dr. Oimand Betia of ueotuckj, wm. n. 11, Curtis of Virginia, Rev. L. Vaobokelliu of Maryland. Gen. Wnh Mir 10 01 reonsyivania, Charles Anderson of lexss. General S eel arrived here to-dav. and nallad on tbe Pnsldeut. tie met with a warm recep tion. . Jc ia said tbat ho is hera bv order of the Government, and It b.s been suggested that a ouraruauo, win oegivou him wltb Uencral Me Djwell. It Is believed his enterprise, aklll and dash would gieatly aid In getting that command to Richmond, or in retrieving the ground in ease any part 01 cur force should meet with a chock. 1 ho House- will to-morrow take uo the subleot 01 toe enlargement 01 the title Canal. .- Notice is given by tbe War Department that tbe further exhumation ot bodiee ol deceased soldiers iu 0svs where publio means of trass portation would nave to be relied on, cannot be permitted, aod has been prohibited. uen s,gei was serenaded o-nii!bl. tie made a 1 peecb to a large aud entbuslaetio crowd. nothing received to day from ilalleck Nothing further from Banks. Sr-EiNariiLD. Ill . Mav 27. The Governor has called lor three rrglmeuie of volunteers for three months, for immediate, ecrnco to relievo reginuntj now under marching order for Ihe neiu. Latest from Gen. McClellan. WAswrvaroN, May 27 The- War Depart ment received advices this evening trom Gen. McClelUn, suing ho bad caotured tlnnuver Court House. Our loss small. We oaptured one ol tbe euemr'acaunon, killed, wounded aud took prisoners several rebels. PoKTLaND, May 87 A prlvats letter lrom tbe Teuth Maiue regiment says tbat the regiment Is across tbe river in M-trjland, at Wliliarct- port. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, May 27. liXttAi. Mr. tiriiurs offered a resolution that tbe Secretary of War iolorm tbe Senate bow many offioers and men belonging to the regular aua volunteer turces la tbo United Siates, sre now In the penitentiary of the Dis trict of Coluuibia, to what regimens they be loog, aua oy wuai court or authority soon oom mitmeuui were mude. Adopted. Ou motion of Mr. Collamer, the post route bill was taken up and passed. Toe resolution suspending payments under tbe aot providing payments tor tbe troops em ployed iu the Dcput-st-bt of ibe West, was lakeu up Air. Henderscn offered au amendment that the corcmipsioners provided for renotl within Bisty nays, wuicn was adopted. 1 ue bin was then laid over, aud tbe tax bill was taken up. A reduction of Ibe tax on tobacco waa rln.prl. An amendment bribing out the tax on ootton was adopted teas 20, nave 16. Tbe tax on auction sales was modified to one per cent, on mercnanaitr, sua n rertn ol one per cent on oonus, s.cjci;, etj. Pending a motion of Mr. Wilson to strike out tbe license to retail liquor dealers, on tbe ground of immorality, be stated tbat he wouid vote agaftst tbo bill il sucb section wai retain ed iu is. Tto Senate adjourned. HoOjE Mr. Cr encld, from the committee on Public Landd, reported and advocated the bill grauting tj the Stato of California the tract of laud known as the "Colorado Desert," tor the purpose of Introducing a sufficient sup ply of fresh water upon and over tbe same. Tbe bill was referred to the committee of the Whole. Mr. Pot or, from the committee oa Public Lauds, reported back tbe Senate bill providing that contracts fur surveys shall nut be binding uuui approvea oy tne nommissioneroi the Uen- eral Liud Omue; tbat tbe compensation ol Kegieters and Receivers shall be each five hun dred dollars per annum, with fees snd commis sions, etc 1 ho objeot being to reduce the ex penses ot the surrey aud sale of land, the bill was passed. " Tbe Speaker laid belore tbe House a message from the President, briefly referring to tbe commencement of hostilities and his exercise of the broad power ot the Constitution, to pre set ve the capital of the country during the ab sence of Congress. Independently to this, he reters to the arrangements made witn Gov. Morgan, Alexander Cummings aad others, wiih a view to speedy and efficient proteo lve meas ures. By this mean be believes tbe govern ment was prevented from overthrow. He baa no knowledge tbat a dolUr was lost or wasted. Tbe President quotes the Houee resolution cen suring Mr. Cameron, aod savs that not only bimaolf, but all tbe (leads of Departments, are responsible, with Mr. Cameron, for wb never error, wrong or fault has beeu oommltted. ihe message was referred to the oomm ttee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Mr, Dawes made an esoosure of the financial Condi tlou of tbe Treasury to show that Mr. Voorbccs widely overshot the mark as to tx- pesditures, etc. iur. Voochees spiritedly replied, and main tained his fut'iner position. - - 1 wo thousand copies of the President's mes sage were ordered to be printed, ant themes si go was rekrrea i the committee of the Whole, The House then went Into committee en ties- pllals in the District of Colombia. A sharp discussion oocurred betwe.n Mr. Da cs and Mr. Voorhees. Mr. Wadaivorlh drew a comparison botween tbe present Governors of Kentucky and Massa chusetts, saying Kentucky would furnleh troops witnout conuitionr, ana sgbt tin all the stales were again under the ooLsiiimlon. Mr. Dawes replied vigorously for Massachu setts, referring to Ihe past oourae of his State, saying Massachusetts will not tire of this war. sue has co blood, no treasure she will not free ly tffer. Sho will Ireely give her last man and laat drop of blood for wr for coostituiional liberty and freedom - Tbe committee rose.. - Mr. Porter moved to reuoneidt-r the vote of yesterday reeoiiug tbe bill oobflioatlng slaves pi reoeis. Feuding which the Houee adjourned. SH WW. at the at at at 10 for Hit on 0 13a ed. Ilonry Eteoolxler, ate of Flulon'i BitablUhment, M. Y.J aOFItllil Ult OF THE NEW YORK jl ramionabie BiuTtiig, lisir Cutting, Buampnonlng OurUng and Dreetlng saloon, No. 73 South Iiiah St., undei' Bart Alt Oi, BIUttAa-SI ""fTlng AAOUM, where nttifacilon will be given In all the varlc branches. Ladies and OhIIJren uatr Dretilng done In the beet tyle. , scpl3dly 3 . G. Ball. R, F. Nelfrivender. BULL & WEISWENDER, ATTORNEYS AT L'AW. -OIFIOB- In Johnson Biailding, Ko. 107 Sontli , High Street, OolvirtXlDTOO, OtllOa Will. PROHIPTLir ATTCJIP 11 bnilnes entrutttd to their cart TO Eald B. f. Nelswender 1 also prepared to pbtalo Pen.'ont (100 Bounty, and Pay of Arraaranes due from tbe Government to lb Soldltrt: or, If dead, then te their widows, children, father, mother, or heir at law maylOeB-dly ..,, Mary Peebles's Estate. NOTICE IS HKREBY 43ITSN That THS underlined hatthltday been sppolntsd Dy lot rrvnait vvviin v ra jkiio woutiy, VUIO, aamlO' litratorof thettutteof Mary rseblee, late of satdooua ty. deceased. - - 1 , -'- - - - Sated thie 544 say ot May, A. 0. 1869. ' ' JAOOB B. MIBUi. ttajS?Hjltfcw3- at ' T at ty COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, May 27. I LOU It Ii five cent, lower. aod . . and borne eooiumptioo. Suits 08.000 bbl t mt 4 40 for luperflne ttate: 4 651 as Io, enri letaw- S4 5ffi4 70 for common tb medium axtr. . ti 7 fur Cimmon to good ahipplng brands extra' round hoop Ohio: ti &KA650 for irada Brtnilt. m.rk.t.i "... dull with no buytrt at outtlde quolailon. let. uaauian sluum The market is So lower, wttk nolnit. Bales of Oou barrel at gl UisVl 75 for Spring 4 ti0.aji SS for wlnur. " and kvc VLOUa OaiaiAi,dt(.,lf it a-inni it. CO UN IIKAL Ihtm.rktt U h .1 M wine. " " .. a. mm loi jrMW r.n a:. 17 u ft., u . WHlfiKV lrttrWAf mA.a alaaw arllk . 1 AAA wit. a XH)it, tncludiog some (mail paroel reported at -.Mil?Tb,,arll,", lwsv, and len doing while , ih. fl mnete In lielghia maierially checU tbe t lion flemand. H.,. nl nmi v.... .t... , . r!!,1 M S-800 bu.htienorthweti.nl 0 uiatDeBi 03: 41 WiO mubtU MiliraukF elub at f 1 0(l to, 14,800 O.e-n Bay at t l tin 17 uthVleTnteTredl Z, 7 o '." ,ajV "uinels amber Mlchl.an at Bl 17a I 18; 7S 000 l.u.heli white Mlnhi... ., ai oe. ..T.,t'T ' "" ! S3, and S 8u5 bu.heL.wMti Indiana at7iHo'Thr WC" "lM ' 8,400 bn,hli Canadian Ma ha W.rlr.l U Jnll I,.... i.v ,ulT"h' mr9t - au" and nominal. ' v s un-"i ises SBaearaar Bat Baskaaasw a. s i. a "a"94 tor """l western; 48. 'or 'io do- .ii.uoo bubela niud .... ai.. ITr. .lllaan.hl I- .... . .. . . " Oil 4 Stcadr at 4,). A. 3 I. a...ji.. anSllaia "' ' "rivaiau.., eUjan Batr. to food dm.nd an . lu 'Xfebj.'a1"1" 0ul'7.7i 300 bbdaPertoBlooat JtiiNEpUOB-In active reque.t and Brnier. n.T...A.,A .u'?,.1Da steady, taiea it 1 bble New . -"..v w, nnnat rorto ttlco at J8cS3j, ISO hhdj ha .Ma"i"? o.WJlh,,"l aladlge isle of 1,100 ai23-V" a57;0L, "" "'l atlee at pituie u5es? f ' W 013 W 'or BEEr Oalal tti fl.m ... rn .. . . .n a, - uarrcw t( HO VU SL.l0Zn?iZ.va, ,9 ,u fureountry eiej tlSOOau JO fur repacked mew; 14 W1J 00 Ml ME8 BEEF The market Is quiet sod en- l;ar HM8-Dullat 1617o. .. coi SiBArS-Io good demand and Brmsr; snles of ' l4hPkH at 384X0 for sbculde .ad SiSo 7T.ldI.u4Tr,-.-,oM9 "4 fl f 2S,T.',id,, a0,et na ncbangd. 7iooT ,l,"d"'wlltl,,M " l'm. "' ' aute 34 Ilng at mi1t '"' 0hlo,aji4 lftldofor OHKBSB-Flrmat78.o. Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, May 27. The Money market la aotira at SiClS a,i .... , on call. r lun'"1' m Pper 1aota'4J-9P4ront. dU Sterling Bxohine firmer at lUMAUi ir -ni. premium for Bsnkeia'blll. American Oold i quoted at 101 1041- per cent, pre slum. CIoiIor at 105. ' California Quid Ban Ii Ann at ilfttv r... ..t mlum " Ooverament etoeke are steady United State size lHdl at 1WKIWX . 7 3-1U f rwuiy Moterouowd tl"4j. ' New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK. May 27. Btoakadull and inver. flhlAiaA an-t Vn.w r.i.. toicato. Burlington and Qulocy 7S4; alilatuate aud raraill OU UUtin V7U: UltValann and t-ltuhnn Olw Toledo and P.b.ih eacond Boada fill uhleivo And Btuo Jalaod BtiHi Cleveland and Toledo 48; Inlnola Cen tral tcrlo BOX: Ulcbl.an.iiet cnaranMd. 47V: Mi-hi. gant,.SiXi New York Central 86J.; EileMX: Brie preferred. Si ; Uudton. 44 I Uarliaa, 14M I Allchlgan lemrai 5fli; Paelne Hail IliX ; United states aizee of oi refieurea. iujj; united o.atee.lxea of 'l coupon 1041a; looneeeM iiiat 4U i M.i.nnri tint siu- miAAia vai-a, nguierea sonae oj,; iiitnoi. war loan m; Mlchitrau Boutheio SO: Toledo ai.d Waha.h nr.fr,-.i IadlanaFivea7S; Michigan Boumero second boids Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, May 26. I LOU ft The daaand timadaraia t,.iiuk.ii,.. Duiinereianocban.o lu tnt market. About S00 tbi. h 4044 v0 for fancy and family, lneludlng wbli . . ana extra si w mi SO tnipectora' au da da. The whole range for fancy WHleKY -A dull market but nrlAta tin Balea of POO barrel at HXl9Xo, th l.tter rat for rrwguui US6S POnK-There ii no demand ind pricoi coatln Q) nominal. BUOuLDEBB A fair demand, with talei ofS.OOO pc atSHc eloES Sale ot 100.000 at SS 80. LABD No.hlng doing in the market, but It is held at '40- B400N-There I nothing doing ln th market; It 1 held at 436Jio. Ihe fetlinz for all artlolea wit ratha t,a.n . Clow, under the new lrom the Potomac. U&9(oTb " "'' aiX W' 4auu,d MOoA-iSBS firm ai 4Ba. (301 lit Mrat Arm and In fair demand at SOte) )4C. W UK AT There was a firmer feeling in the market to day, and mora disposition on th partofbuyeiatopty paicet aked. and a fair bu.lnete waa done BOa93 for i","" a- lor prim Indiana white. I be tales revolted were 4U0 buiheU prim whit at 87c: 9 0 bath choice do at gl 00; Sou buthela good do at Sic: 32S battel, good red at 8 e; euo bushel prim d i at 9Se; WO sutb fair do at 87c; SSObuthele good do at 88c; SOubueh elt prim do at 80c: 1150 hn.h hiii a, oia. k-., a. 850 -" vavuaw M ...... COHN A continued dull market and price ar low . At tbeeloeo it wae freels offered ar 30 la kik burets were not willina- to nat on, M.i a.n i..i..ia iheiledoldat4Sj,lLCluilnggunniea,and 3J buah do 43e do. 0.4i?Th, "arket la dull and e ihad lower, cloeln 3-xS35tc. Bale of 000 buabela In bulk at 36o; SOU do ck 111 30 "9 MCI returned, and 3,000 do at canal tJOo. BY a Th demand It fair and th market ateady at SOe prime aample oa arrival, with tale et 1,000 boat at price. BAULKY Tbs market I uncharged and quiet. W quote prime epring ai d fall at O&sVOo. HAY tigni pieMCdia In motiVt reauaatat BlHnlAo arrival and little offeilog; loeee-pretwcd it in fair local demand at IS. OUSEeB-The market le steady wi h a fair deirand at cent, sor .elected, with sale of 850 boxes at tble price; and tome few lota of extra large told at Oho. BUTTEB We have no change to report to the mar- . a tuwavrtio local aevani ror prim ana rhoio qaalltiet at 8Slla for Centr I Ohio, and 123B for Wesitrn Beservetb lower grade ar unsala ble. POTiTOBS-Prlms Neshannoeka ar scarce with a good demand, and prlcti have advanced to MSOOo on rrtTai. eamtte. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, May 27. IIiOTJIt Th market yeaterdty waa dull and enchant- Salea of 50 bbl. double extra whit at 4 8S and 30, bbl. double extra red at S470 WHSAT Uirket eteady aad anchangsdi salss of ens red on track at 87e. COBN Market mm at 86c on track, with sales of X car mat irioa . OATS Market steidy and quiet with sales oj 1 csr at aua BUTTER Choice yellow Is la actlv demand for eon mmptlon at 1314j. Low grade ar dull at a rang of aoont rxaiun. lOSB uncbanted. - MarM quiet atCdSBKe. ' FOTATOIS Market I firm ai 30c for prim Neaban nock by th car load. LABB--Bteady at Ltadtr. W. R. KENT, .AUCTIONEER w(9k.xi.otlona a&JLom , '. ... AW) , OOMMI38ION ROOMS , : No; 102 South' High Street ' ; " AM POW PHEPAIIED TO BeOflT X on Oommltalo trery detcrlptloa f property, tuoh Dry Goooi, Groceries, Liquor, furniture, Carriage, Bortr, etc. . ' . . I iio Intend to devote my attention Is tale of Beal Inate and re tonal rroyer ty, at aoy pomt, witpla t-ea mite of th City. 2jT Auction lvryrBltig. CutulenaeBtl letDtotfullv solielted. I Save s larg room over mj salt-room, for itorag perpett. f . , -' . ' Wlf RW C 18 1 ' .' I Keltoa. Bancroft ft Ce., J. I. . Miller, D I. Woodbury a Co., - atone a Lewi., Butler, Blather ft Co., 'oha fleary ft Soa.- -v W. H. BssUeauB, Oien d) Ihrsil. '' maylO-iy ' -v - - - -- t" G fAiW Sr mV JUSt A al MM WSJV W L9 DTW-sVatj ttr n ft tsj-pti tn m avvi . . ,i :. h , . BA13 ft BOlVi riEnTV I-AftOT sfLAWltELBniKTl. A BAXB ft SOU. s 1 AYER'8 Sarsap arilla i :roa nnarmo tint nosa kewledg. what your tW-rlH. luT s-. , u!lf . 1,,,,.twl Wuloutktolcri tv, STsSS iiruJ 1 7. 0n ,",7 1""v" tm, eometlBM. ft nmi rnu't wiu, TI . "1 , J, uwa eoveewl an aatlp . tttdlctDta td atTtrsl tlilnir. In wu tajaload all ajranatna' fom your repute- mouth, and need almou i.7i " lui tnr a M ' pliyilelane. kui .a.'..-S'"" faet. the dltnr.u. ZTI' " 'w m any U read in th , Uo.'Km'SZ t-iT,th K m aii.K.ti.. ia. ?.,."?, that yo fa 7, ' 7 :r . " v""n,pniii, toe 1 .kfu oo h.1, to form aadmxjt", , while till off. My akin ia nowd? S L B-liB t th. Statu hue BonW. tS en well believe that I feel wtiat I mmyiSTSSLl' i.Ji J."., that I hold you to be on, of aeV ,uta ail remain ev-r gratefully. YourX ALYILKO n TiTTm- B. ... ' ' t. Aathaawf. Plre, Ro or Erraln.U. eUr and Salt ttUwaia, fcc.U Fwj' f t "I vjity. Sow lsBS,fc;r! rit 'em. BT.r,Ubk.. pt., 1859 that he ha cured an lovacerato euo ai i'repiy, which threatened to terminal. &"l,tteT prrwftrhjrnMorour Straaparllla, aud l a Janrol MatlCJuwt Kripto, by larg. dot, of tta oi- ho curt th ommon Bruptwu by It eoBKantly. ,. Breacliaeele, Ooltre or welled oTeeh. ' t ZsUiilon Sloan of Protiwt, Toaaa. write i - Tun. boa-' : ' tits of your Bnrmparllla cured ir7!rom a 0ra-hJ4- ciijx.-" 1 11,1 ' Laucnrrlitta orWhll.i.Ovarl.,, Ttiaa)-. t tUrl,., Ulceration, Female DI..'V , nJ: f B rs; Cl'annlng, of Now York City, write . 1 - r-hiwrrully comply with the requoetcf yotir nrtrnt la w wylug X liar found your Samoparllla a nu-rt oxwll ilttfitlve In the niinieron ccmnltlnU for which . ' employ jmch . remedy, but efjieclally In fhnalt IMnam -,-. cf the Berorulout dlnlliwls. f Imv, cured many 111.01" eaaee of L.ueorri.oea by It, and M.ie wlr. l nmi ,1 i!"!,"- byiatioit of th titer., ibonlt. ttloii Ittoir ... mou otirwl. Nothing wiu,i nTkncwl- , d equHlt It for Uitte fomnU, dran.T,iut - 7 ida ard S. M urrow, of Newbury, A la, t ro, A dun-' ; ! geroiii nanm turner on on of the famklct In my Sunlit " . Wlllfll lltll defied all ll,.nm.Hlaai.U I, . "- LMrffi ' bn" eo1ml' "te'J' enrti UF Kr of Sar- . aaimrllla. OiiriJiytlclan tliouRht nothing beit .xtlrpi-1 lloa ewl. alTorr relief, but he advtaed U,5 trW 5 ytiuV S eartarMillla a Llia U.t r.ae ."..,.7: -A ? proved ellecttia!. After (aklngyoor rttnedy ti&t Malm en tymptom of th ditwu tmin.- 1 " yphills aud Moreurlal Disease. ' ' ; DIU J. 0. Avxa I Sir. I elvo.rf.,11...,.!. .1 , fluet of your iKtnt, and report to you sou of tin oBarK. I hav. realised wltfc your SdmutJilla. I have curwl with It, In my praetlco, most of Die coov ' -pUlnU for which It k recommended, and have trTTt ' effecla truly wonderhU In tlie enr of Vmrnal nd Uu In bit throat, which were consuming hit u.lu a,.,i top or hi mouth. Your Snroptrllla, aUmdily titkati ' curad hlut In flv wtk. Anotlwr wa attackad by aw:' . . ondary ayinptoma in hit note, tnd tin ulcernUou bad atea , away a couiilderol.l. r rt of It, to tlmt I Mlev lb . dlsordtr would mon reach hit brain anrf l.ii 1.1.. .7...,. - ytolded to my admlnlalmtnn of yoti Baraapwllla 1 lU . ulctr. healed, and he ie vr.ll ngoln, not of eoiinw without , tome dltflenraUon to liia Ctcw. A woman who hul lee 2. . ' ""o'toioor uy nwrcury wae turT:riot frotii this poiaon In btr bouoa. Tliey had ionio o n. Sttiv to the weather that un a dam crutlatinir nalu In btr tnlm. na day the eulbi ed ta- cured mUrtly by your ejiirtaparllla la a V nt bb. too. waa enisa. 1 , . .. m . "ormui, which your ageut nve mi. liaU uua rreparauoD lrom your laboralory mutt U a arraat raroedy : consequently, Uiet. tnily rwnarkaUt mult. wiin it nave not aurprited toe. t raternaiiy yours, tj, v, LARXMEn, If. W XUieumatlsin, Goat, liver Complaint. Iroiresr-tifcr, Prettoo to, V., Ctlt July, 1 jje. Db. J. C. Ara: Bli, I have betn adiictod with a pah "L ,? 0 fcr long Um,ublJibtUM i'-'- kill or pliy.lcliri!, and e.uck to me lu )it of all tbt remediealcouldflud,uiiUIIti-Iedyotirartapadlla. One bottle cured 111. hi tiro week, t,ni natond niy genera ' , bealtli to much that I un fur better than Injure I wal attack!. Ithlukltawoaderrulmcdlcln, J.trtBAN. Jules Y. Oetcholl, of StWmls, wrltm "I Imre liocn nfilictcd for yeure with at, ffeericH (A liver, vrliich dtttroyed my hcullh. I trd ovary thing, tod my thing mlltd to relieve me ; and 1 have Uen a broken-down mt for tome year from no other eaut. than arungtmaitof the f.ntr. My Unloved potior, the Rov. Mr. Ktpy, advlttd rue to try your Saraaparllia, becauae lit add be krew yon,' anil auv tliinz you piade wua woitli uylng. Ky the tt . ing of Clod it hot etirvd me, and hot to purified my biocl aa to make a nw man of mo. I ft-el youns agnin. Tr-- tl cmi U wltl of yw u, Btt hiUf good toougll." , fSrhlrriie,Cnnrrr Tumor, Enlartreateait,' ITIceratlou, ( ,nl$ aud Exfoliation of the lion. A great vailety of ca liave beau reported to ua where cure. u than hritil,lul,lu ennniluitite have runitted fiom the on or thie remedy, l.ut one space here will not admit Uim. Soma of thrui may bo (Mind iu our Aaaerleui Alinnnnc, wlilch the ageut inrlow named ar tiieaM to furnish grotia to ail who cull for thou. DyepepaU, Heart Dlaeat., Fla, Epileiw. y, illclauckoly, lVcuralyla Many romnrkublo cures of tlieee aifecUona hare Ue ' made by the alterative power of this medicine. It Wrmn latee the vital function. Into vlgoroue action, cui tliu overcoUKe dlturder which would be auppoKd l.-syond lu reueh. Such a remedy hat long been required by tbe re cetiitiea ol the people, and we are confident that tlilt will do for them all tlmt medicine cun do. .Iyer's Cheny Pectoral, ton run harru cciub or - ' Covj(h(, Cold, Inflaenta, tloarieae, Croup, llioucbiti, Incipient Con sumption, aud for the Betlex of Couanraptlv. Fatl.ut lu advanced Stages of the Disease. 'Hit la s remedy so nnlvsrsallv known to mtua ai.t other for the cure of throat aod lung compl.Jnit, that it 'I , la unlet btr to publi.b tlie evidence of iu virtu, (t. unrivalled excellence for cough and colde, and its tmly woadarful euro of pulmonary dlteate, have made u,. known throughout th dvilhwd natloaa of lb. earth lew ar tu communities, or even tamtlie, among uum who hav not nm peraonal experience of it effeeta om living trophy In thtlr mldat of It victory over tba untie and dangeroua dltorder. of the throat and ruaga Aa all know th dreadful fatality of th disorder, and at they know. too. th. effect of thia rtmtdv. w. aa nea do mora than to aatur. tbea that it ha now all the vir tue that it did have when making the cures which hav won to strongly upon th confidtnc of mankind. Prepared by Or. J. C. AYEB & CO., Lowell SUs. and for sal try 8. BOBBRTB, Ooluaabua, and ky aC ' dealer In mediein ererywbera. aprii ia, itwa-aaweowly EFF2RVE8CEST .-IV SELTZER APERIENT. 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