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. Biwlng the arrival and departure ot trains at Oolum bat. On ud titer June 3llbW, trains will leave u fol- owr , - , . . Iittu Hum fc Ooit'Bini k Xbiia Bt R. ,r ' . Leaves. 1 Arrlvet. Cincinnati Accommodation. 5:20 A. M. B:2J P. 11. Day Express 11.30 A.M. 11:00A.M. Mail 4:10 r,M. 3:10 P.M. Night BxpreM, via Dayton, WjOO midnight. 3:30 A. H . ' ; . .. Jko. W, ponntTT, Agent Oolcmiui 4 Oliviukd B. R. ). Hlarht Biurets 4:00 A. M. 11:30 P. H Nsw York Bxpres 1110A.M. 11:00 A.M. 0,0 etc. Way Express.... 3:40 F.H 101JP.M JlHIl PiTTDllOll, AgtDt. OiMTHtOmoH. ft, No. 3 txprtM. .......... 3:50 A. M, 11:45 P. M Mo. 4 BapresstoNewtrk.ll:10 A. M. 11:10 A, M No. S Rxpreta 3;35 p. M. ...,-.' W. J, Iwuut Agent. rrrrianasB, Cmimiut St Oincihdati R. R, Wall Train 3:50 A.M. 11:45 P. II ipress Train 11:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M . Jon. EoiimoM, Agent. Ooiobboi la InDimopoLU, R. R. (OoLOMIOI PlU la IrtulArU R. R.) No. 1 Kipreii 0i30 A. M. 10:40 A. M. Noi 8 3:00 P. M. 4:50 P. M. Jko W. Hiix. Aunt. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Vasus. iDiTon: Ai tbe time It approaching for to leetlog i State t'oket, for election tbta fall, ptrmll the Suggestion of iht name of It. I, Vooamn, of Belmont eeonty, for Secretary of Slate. Hi ii I young man of One talents, great er.ergy excellent tmalneai otpuitlae, and a thorough constitutional Democrat. He wat twlee th nominee of Belmont and Harrison for Itate Senator and alwayi ran ahead of hii ticket. JuneSO . i BiiTWK Ohio. Id. 8tithix. Pleaie announce the nam of Eon. JaKh Qabili, of Oceboeton oounty. a a lulUble can didate for member of the Boaid of Publio Works, and oblige , MANY OLD DIMOOBATS. SPECIAL NOTICES To the) Nervone and ConanniptlT of both sexes A retired Clergyman having bran tt a to red to health In a few dayt after many yea a of great tuOerlng la willing to aaattt othera hy sending (free), on the receipt of a poet paid directed envelope, a copy of the preacrlptlon need. Direct the BBV. JOHN M. DAuN A LL, 1HO I in ton atroet, Brooklyn, N. T. Jant8-dtw4m Batchelor's Hair Dye I THE BtSJT IN THE WOULD. WILLI AM A. BATOHELOR B celebrated Hair Dye produces aooior not to bo distinguished from nature warranted not to Injure the Balr In the leaat) remedtea the 111 effect of bad dyes, and loTlgoraua the Dalrfor life. ORir, RED, or BUSTY HAIR IniUntly tame a iplendld Black, or Brown, leaving the Balr (oft and beautiful. Bold byall Druggists, eto. Bj The genuine la Hgned WILLIAM A. BATOHB tOVL, on litour eidee of each bom. Factory No. 81 Barclay Street, (Late 333 Broadway and IS Bond Street,) maySO-diwly NEW TORKi mm MANHOOD. C. 5 e6W L08T, HOW BMTOHXB Just Pnbllehed In a Sealed Envelopes Price Sets. I A LBOTUES ON rUB N ATOBB, TRB ATM1NT AND RADICAL OCliB OP SPEBMATOHBBBA Or Seminal Woaknese, lnvoinntar) Emission,, Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta to Marrtaire Kenerelily, Nervousness, Oon eumpilon, Bpllepsy and Pita, Mental and Physical In capacity, resulting Iron. Belfabute, fco. By Robert J. Oulrerwell, M. 1-, author of the Oreeo Book, fco. AY Boon to Tkouiauds of 8nIIerer Bent under seal, In a plain. enTelope, to any address post paid, on receipt or six cents, or two potsego stamps, by Dr OUAB. J.O. KUNR. 1T Bowvy, UewVora. Post OilloeBox Ho, 4a8.- . ap-3mdfcwis ' . ' - TO MARRIED MEN, Or Tttoae Cuutuuaptatlng marriage). TUJl undersigned will give information on a tery. reeXrty and Important subject, which will be Talk ed more than a thousand tulea its ooit by erery nnM souyle of any age or oondiilon lu life. The Information will be tent by mail to any address on the receipt of 95 settte (sUver) and one red stamp. "n!l Utters should be addressed to ' !' '.iV.! ... B. MOIRIB, M D ' oetai-lyjtawdfcw Boston, Mass. ItemoTCd from Isle old OIIIco. '" . Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High at., Columbus, 0., hat devoted himself for a serlss of yean to the treatment of certain prlvstr diseases. De may be consul Ud at bit office on Broadway, near the Rxchange Bank. janUdtf ' EC. T. W XlLJDf ttorney and ! Counsellor at Law, ' ah NOTARY PUBLIC, OlflCR Mo. 57 HIQH BThKKT, ODRON BUILD INfl, opposite the State Uouse. Collections and olhor matters promptly attended to. Referenoes given when required novS-ly i. p. imoiua. j. o. n'ournr. BIKODAM & M'QrjITET, ATTORNEYS AT LAW COL'IMBUS, OHIO ' OPVIOB-In Iloadley, Ilierly fc Richards' Building 50 South Uigh Street. apl?-dly. J. Q-. Bull. 11. F. NeiJWtndrr. BULL & NE1SWENDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ' ' ' -OPPICK- " " ' " i In Johnson Buildinc, Ho.' 107 South Eigh Street, OolixrialoxiSe Olxlo XXJUjL, PHOttlFTLT ATTEND TO TT all business entrusted to their rare. :-.t Bald B. P. Metswender la also prepared to obtain Pensions. 100 Bounty, and Par of Arrearages due from the Government to the Soldiers; or, If dead, then to their widows, children, ratbor, mower, or neirsatuw naylOlfcMly .. , , Rebel Notes I Rebel Notes I . t- . r air. n s ' I -' Jnstthe ' Thing for the Times. 3000. Agents Wanted Ten Different Rebel Notes BENT POST-PAID ON BEOBIPI Of . 25 Cents in FostofEce Stamps. IfhM and tbo Trade Supplied at . 11.00 per UO. or 10 per 1QOO. Anyenerretlo gentleman or lady can make 1100 within toe nest tmriy oaye, aelllog " ConfeHsrate Scrip I Tut' , it 1.1 :;' :,Tey i it ! 1 1 : want ivery agent In the country ti engage la the Hie.' - STP. S.CitiA to accompany all tr&ert InvarU Ma;.-, . :, ... ..... , -. ' ... . Addreii, - -' '- " J. H. BTODIB, " 1 17 Kait Slate Street, Oolumbut, Ohio. jaaetS.tr - CLOSING OUT SALE. SILK Mantillas, Sacquet and Circulars. ' huffed eeaif Mantillas. Vr.Dob bare Uautlliaa, Rcarfaand Po!nt. " " At an immeuse reduetion In orlce. 'Persona wishing to purchase will Bod this an excellsnt Opportunity to secure element garments at anusuatly uw pnoee. juaeB No. SO South High Street. - .... Elegant flain iiiaoKajutB, ,TTIfa Xuttred,t ST eenti and 11.00.' TJnniually -1ViJ0W. . - BAIN at BOW, ael WBoutalUitltieet, tyt (Qljio fttattsmavL THUR8DAT MORNING, JULY 3, 1862. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. McClellan's Loss—The new Base of Operations—Rumored Fall of Richmond. Operations—Rumored Fall of Richmond. NEW YORK, July 2. The Tribune'! Fariresi Monro - enoe of the 30 th sutei that the gaoboats in the James rirer bad eaUblubedcommanlcation wttb Gen. MoCUllan'i left wing. D.ioatohea to Flaa-offloer Ooldaboro, on Mon day, are laid to atate that tbe rebel attack on onr rlgbl wag desperate affair, in wbloh tbe rebels lost Art thousand men. Our loss was heary. Oen. Stonsman belntr out off from the right. had retreated to Ytrktown and arrived at Fortress Monroe. It Is farther stated that on bis left, MoClellan. with severe fighting, had passed through White Oak swamp with forty thousand men and one hundred pieoes or artillery to seoure an aaran taneous position, and bad subsequently oat through a line of communication with the James river. It is reported that durinr the two days' fight ing, MoClellan's loss was ten thousand. Col. Alexander had oomo through to James river to select the new base, and Turkey Bend bad been deoided on. This is about thirty miles from Richmond and ten miles above CltjPuint. Telecraphlo communication beyond zork- town Is cm off and the ifflolals permit nothing, ontslde tbe tffljlal dispatohes for tbe nortb, to go npon tne wire. Tbe following Is by mail from Fortress Monroe. June 30tb: Tbe York river Is being; completely cleared of everytblog movable. Steamers and toga are constantly arriving at Fortrees Monroe, having in tow barges, schooners, eto Many arrived here last evening and daring the night. This morning the steamer Sjauldlog arrived, having eight barges and schooners In tow. 8be report that one hundred aa nity Derges, sooooner and tow boats were at Yoiktowo when she left, but all were making preparations to come down to day. Keoorte are current to dav that General Ma Clellan has taken Riobmond. but tbere le no good authority fox the rumor, the telegraph not being at wotk, and there not being a boat from James river, although one is hourly expected. Sobooners have been arriving here all day, loaded with cattle, horses, males, hay and com missary stores. 1 -ere Is nothing lei I above west roint. Bombardment of Federal Troops. Caiio. July S Tbe Grenada Appeal of tbe 27 ih says every preparation that military sol enoe oouid enggeat nas nsen maaeat Vicxaoarg. That city will be defended to tbe last. A sneoial io the Appeal dated June 37th, says: Porter's mortar fleet openeeon tbe lower bat teries at lonr o'cioct yeevetoay airerooon, ana ceased at seven. They re-commenoed the bom bardment at balf-paet five this morning. Our batteries replied with botWf ghol. Oar lose is two killed and three wirauaed. This morning It is reported tbe Federals are landing troops at Warrenton. We have no knowledge of the troth of this report, bat it corresponds with their prevloas movements. At one o'clock to-day twelve transports oame op above the gunboats and landed troops at Brown and Johnson's place, on the Louisiana shore. From tbo number of transports engaged, uey moat have landed a large loroe. Col. Fitch having been mncb annoyed by guerrillas In tbe vicinity of White river, arrest ed and retains several prominent citizens as host ages. J. B. De Bow, agent of the Confederate pro dnoe lean, Informs the planters of Loaisana and Mississippi that those desiring to subscribe their crops ean do so at a fair valuation for eight per oent. Confederate bonds. - The steamer Atlantlo arrived at Cairo to-night with thirteen hundred of Prentiss's brigade, who have been paroled. Col. Fitch Still at St. Charles—Gen. Curtis's Condition. Memphis, June 30. Dispatches from Colonel Fitob, dated St. Charles, Ark., which works be till held, set lorth that General Cartis's divle Ion Is at Bateavllle, on short rations and with out provender 'for horses and moles, besides suffering from sickness. Uenerai Hindman is menacing him with a large loroe, and unless oommlasarv ana otbsr stores can reach him tome of bis troops will be rendered Incapable lor duty by starvation. A regiment was called for, with provisions and provender. General Fitch proposes to give tbe troops a share of aotive service, having in view a very important movement npon the enemy. New Rebel Programme. MiHPHis, morning has an editorial bassd npon Informa tion from well informed sources In tbe Sontb, stating that a new programme bad been deter mined upon oy tne eonwern oeoeaers, wno, nothing abashed by past dlsoomflinre, are mov ing themselves for a tremendous effort. They consider that tbe territory recently given up baa weakened the Nortb and correspondingly strengthened the 8oath. They expect to hold Richmond and Virginia, but tr they are foroad to yield them they have no Idea of giving up, but will fight to the lasti and whsn they oan fight do longer, Instead of surrendering, and Instead of having themselves disfranchised, they will make a direct proposition to France end England to become a colony or appendage. If this alternative is forced upon them, they will strive to become the subjects of Napoleon rath er than of England. The Avaiaoone gives tbe above as the al most certain policy of the Confederate leaders, and as Dr. Fowlkes Is known to be one of tbe best Informed persons In the South, considerable credit may be attacbsd to this plan. Insurrectionary Districts. Washmoton, Jaly 9. Tbe President, In ao- cordanjo with the provisions of the reoent act for the eolltotlon of direct taxes In the Insur rectionary districts witbin the United States, bae issued a proclamation declaring in wnat States and parte of States loenrreotlon exleta, namely: South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Ar kansas, Tenneasee, North Carolina and Vir ginia, txoepting from tbe last certain named western counties. These now being In insurrection and rebel lion, and by reason thereof tbe civil authority 91 tbo United States la so obstructed that tne provision of tbe bill to provide tnoreaaed reve nue from Imports to pay the Interest on tbe pubiioaeot and lor other purposes, approved. Aagust Bib, ld61, cannot be peaoeably execu ted, therefore the taxes legally chargeable opon real estate under tbe act last aforesaid, lying within tbe Biatee and parts or Stales as afore said, tocstbsr with a penalty of flfiy per cent. of said taxes, shall be a Hen upon the treaty or sale of tbe same severally obarged till paid Indian Depredations. Salt Laei, June 30, via Pawns Sninflt, July 1 Saturday afternoon Indians allocked Lieut. Glenn's party, eighteen men, near mcay Ridge. Two whites and one Indian were killed. It is supposed they oat tbe line. . Tbe same afternoon Indiana werd seen along the road from Pacific Springs to Sweet Water. Col. Collins says they are Sioux and Cheyennes, and number about four hundred. He could not erois Sweet Water to follow. . Tbe stage la stopped for tbe present. Indians are seen lurking In bills about Paoifio Springs. ' 6 west Water Baidoi, July 1. Indiana eghln troubletomei cutting tbe telegraph between here and Paoifio Springs faster than It oan be mended. Troops start to-nlgbt In pursuit. It Is supposed the war party of Sioux numbers about four hundred and eighty- , Mr. Fulton Released. Waihiuqtow, July S An order has been is sued foe tbe release from Imprisonment at Fort McHenry of Charles 0. Fulton, E.q , editor of the Baltimore) American ana tat Baltimore Agent ot w Anwieted. rreef. of the Baltimore American Arrested. New Yoit, July 8-The morning papers spe cials contain nothing new uom oeiore won mond. ' j ' ' Th. fallowing will show the danger of at tempting to perform editorial duty toward the nubile and of furnishing news to tbe publio: n. i Tinner. Julv 1. The arrest of C. C. Fat. ton, one of the proprietors and editors or ins American, and bis committal to rort moneory, by order of the Secretary of War, having been made nubile the publication of the following correspondence In referenoe thereto becomes neoessary. Previous to leaving tbe city for the fort, Mr. Fulton addressed the following dlspatoh to Pres ident Lincoln: To th Prttidtnt of tht Untitd Statu: Sri 1 find mtaalf under arrest and on mi way to Fort McHenry. I appeal to you for a hearing, and prompt release, In behalf of my family, who will bo in great distress ai toe uecutwu of this Impracticable order. Tbe Seoretary of War authorised me to publish my statement. Kespeotruiiv, C. FULTON. To this the following reply was reoeived: WASHINGTON, June 30. C, C. Fulton, Fort NiHenry: I am anthorixed to aav to VOU that four ar rest was made tor publishing tbe statement that you were preparing a detailed account, includ ing faots obtained from Washington, having been sent by speolal train to oommunlcats with tbe President. This le regarded by the President and tbe War Department as a flagrant and outrageous violation of the confidence with whioh you were treated. Toe publication of faots obtained from Washington under suoh oiroomstanoea is a high crime. E. S. SANFORD, Military Superintendent. Tbe statement or dlspatoh to which exception was taken is tbe one published in some of the New York pipers of yesterday morning, To tbe dispatch irom Col. Snford, Mr. Fulton re plied aa follows: Col Sanford; Sia Tbe dispatch I sent to New York was a private one addressed to Mr. Craig, for bis information, as to wbsiber be desired to receive the report that wa preparing for tbe press- It was not Intended for publication, and would not have been publiebed if my report bad been per mitted to go through. 1 telegraphed I never dreamed of Its being published. To flud my self in Fort Mo Henry, the depot for traitors, Is a mortification 1 cannot express Having risk ed both life and property In defending tbe Union oaute, wben our City waa in the poeseesion of traitors, and rendered services, as editor and proprietor of the Baltimore American, to tbe Government In tuttalnlog tbe laws, which no oue bae excelled, I atk lu oommon Janice that 1 should at least be released on my parole. CHAS. C FULTON. BosTJN, July 3. Gov. Andrew baa Issued a oall to tbe people ol Massachusetts to fill np to the maximum number all her regiments mw la lbs field, sod for ten to fifteen new volunteer regiments, in response to tbe oall of the War Department. Tne Governor closes bis Call as folio we: Masiaohnsetts, which has nsver slumbered or slept, mutt now arise to still higher efforts, and pledge to all the duties ot patriotism with re newed devotion, the individual efforts, the unit ed hearts, heads and bands of all tbe people. Murder in Cincinnati. Cincinnati, July 3 Geo. W. Walters, tem porarily in charge ot a gambllog bonae on Ba ker street, was murdered In his bed room last nlgbt. Ibe books of tbe establishment show Walters had over four thousand dollars. Ills supposed the murderer got this amount, as no money was fonnd. There was evidence of a terrible struggle In the room, although the victim was found In bed. Tbe murderer Is unknown. Cbioaos, July 3. A special from Cairo to night, Just received, brings news ot the arrival of nine of Farragut's veeeels above Vicktburg. Boston, July 3 An auction sale of Mobile cotton taken from tbe prise soboooers Southern, Independence, Charlotte and Vlteori. took flaw tvuaj. a riua rsugvu uvn vivS"! according to Quality. Tbe whola sU aunouuwd 10 IIXO.UUU. Albanv, July 3. Gov. Morgan lasuea to-day a stirring appeal to tbe citizens, oalllug on tbem to come forward at the oall of the coun try and furnish their Quota toward the new force of volunteers demanded by the General uovernment. Baltimore, Jaly 3. Mr, Falton was nncon dltlonally released from Fort McHenry at ten o'olook last night, and reached bis home at one o dock ibis morning, to tbe unqualified satisfac tion and Joy of tbe Union men of the oity. St. Louis, July 3d. The Democrat's speolal from Memphis JUih, sajai Advices from Rich mond this morning atate that the confederate troops have been driven from that city. No particulars. New Yose, July 3. The steamer Honduras, from Port Royal 30th reports the eteamer Van derbllt, with two sobooners In tow, left that plase for James Island to convey onr troops back to Hilton Head. Boston, July 3. Secretary Seward, Thurlow Weed, Anson Sttger, Superintendent of Gov. ernment telegraphs, C. B. Buckingham, of Washington and C A. Stetson, of the Astor House, arrived here thla morning. Murder in Cincinnati. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, July 2. r Senate. Mr. Powell, from the Judiciary committee, reported baok the bill to pnnieh members of Congress or officers of the Govern ment for proonriog oontraote, offloe or plaoe. Mr. Wright offered a resolution setting forth that bt the report of tbe Seoretary of War of June 81, 1863, it appeared that Senator Jaa. F Simmons, of Rhode Island, need his official lbfiaenoe to procure a contract from tbe Gov ernment for one C. B. Scnnbertb, for wbiob it rat agreed that he (Simmons) sbonld receive $50,000, etc, therefore, Renlvtd, That the eaid Jas. F. Simmons be expelled from his seat In tbe Senate. - The resolution was laid over. Tbe bill appropriating two hundred dollars for tbe relief of Brig. Gen. Totten was taken np and pasted. Mr Sherman rffered a resolution adjourning Congress on tbe 14 .b of Jaly. Referred to tbe Finance oemmittee. Mr. Sumner presented a petition remomttra- ting against tbe proposed change ot tariff on Knau iron. The bill providing for nine admirals and elgh een oommodoree, eto., was taken up. An amendment was adopted to oall students of toe naval aoademy Ptsted Midshipmen, instead of Eotlgns. After filial examination tbe bill was recommitted to ibe Naval committee. Tbe report of tbe Conference oommittee on tbe Indian appropriation bill waa agreed to. Tbe additional treasnry note bill waa taken up. The amendment of the oommittee of Fi nance, reserviog $75,000,000 for tbe prompt navment of deposits, was adopted An amend ment was adopted authorising the notes to be paid In ooln at the discretion ot the Secretary of tbe Treasury. An amendment was adopted limiting tbe number of email notes to f 35,0U0, 000. Tbe bill patted S3 against 13. Adjourned. House. The Sneaker laid before the House a message from tbe President, reoommendiog a vote of thanks to Captain Foote and others, for gallant setvioes. Referred to oommittee oa Naval Aff airs, with nower to teoort at anv time. m r tt esDournw, iron too ignaiiKi uu wo ernment Contracts, reported a resolution that the committee make a full invettig-ttion into tha alleccd itsue of patents for land In the mil. a a 1. V . L. - t . . . . Itary reserve at Ft. Leavenworth. , Objection waa made. . . - . Mr. Mallory, from the committee on Roads and Canals, reported a Dill to aid in tbe con- trnoiiow o-the Putebor V Conovjllavilie rail road..' Referred to tbe committee of tbe Whole, Mr. Mavnard introduced a bill relative to holding Dlstrlot Courts la Weetem Tennessee. Tbo Mouse eoaourrea tne ceneie eaeno,' moots to the army appropriation bill. Among tbe Items Is twenty million dollars for tbe pay ment of a bounty to voluoteere or to the widows or legal belrs of snob as may die or be killed In Ibe service. Mr. Blair of Missouri offered a resolution, wbloh was adopted, calling upon the Secretary of War to communicate any Information re oeived by tbe Government from General Mo Clellan on the eubjeol of the occupation of tbe White flouae by tbe troops under bis oommand. i Mr. Sheffield oalled no bis motion to recon sider Ibe vote tabling tbe bill for tbe enlarge ment of the oanals, but after getting It belore the House, dilatory proceedings kept It nntil tbe hour arrived for speolal order, vis: tne con sideration of naval affairs. Adjourned. AT THE THEATRE, On Monday Evening, June 30, AND EVERY EVA NINO DDE1HO TBI WEEK: AIJA. Friday and Saturday Afternoons, July 4th and otn, GRAND TRIUMPH OF ART I GHgtwtlo ZUawtratlonw of BIBLE HISTORY I MAMMOTH 8ERIE3 OF Scriptural Paintings ! Affording a rare Intellectual treat. These are the largest Scriptural Palntlngt In tbe world, Deioa 3 Miles long and 10 faet Eight Painted In" Parts, at aa expense of nearly 00,000 XOllAZa9t And oooud lot theoonetaot labor of the Artists for fire learetooomplete t; Illustrating thrilling soenee FROM GENESIS TO REVELATIONS I Whlob occupies a space of two boon to mote before the spsctaiore. prof. d.ITedwards Accompanies the Panorama with an approprra'a lecture, and desarloee the came roue and beaatifaltoei.ee, aa they Buve before the ipeo atort lo rapid succeiilon. Doors onenat 7Vt Panorama eommeneet moving at tH o'clrot. Admission 83 cebtt; Cblldreu undir M years, IS ctote. IH Pubserfbors to tht AMEBIC N ABI CNION receive four adm selone. JOHN M KINilXV, Agent and Manager tor tbe Proprietor!. Jane 88 Paiii lutrinai, FOB Trertllog bieitea, Tery ttyllth and e'euaot. BAiN a: SON, JaneS 88 Sontb filgb Street. Plain Drab Alpaoas, THK Kewett and most ttyllth TraTtUng Material. BAIN a SON. JnnaB to gonth Blgh Street, MIS'RNt g.OHIO WHITE ENGLISH COTTON HOK. to garttr abort the knee. Qente' Cotton Blockings and balf boat, flentt' Summer Under Garments, iiadles' Qaate Under Tsiu. Best tad newest tbtpet of Hoop Bklrttw BAIN k PON, iu"9 goala Ulgb Btreet. Colnmbus Wbolmle Liquor Store L.ACELLE ROSS & CO. COMMISSIOiN MERCHANTS, IMPOATIfta AND D1AXIBB U Foreign ud Domeitio Wines, Brandlei, tu. ko. ALBO, OLD RYK. MONONOAHELA & JBOURBON WHISKY. WABIHOCIilt AND OTP 101, 884 SOUTH BIUB ST., COLUUBUS, OHIO. ttpttdlyla F U RHITUR EI COLUMBUS CABINET COMPANY. Warerooms No. 262 South High Street, corner of Friend. Tuis com pa iv. v is compos ed or a Bomber of Journeymen Oebinet Makers, who bare oomblned together for the pnrpose of topportlog their families and themselves, tod to manoftotara every kind of ef Furniture, Chajjblatrasses, Bed- steadfeto.'etc. And will guarantee to oor eitltene of town and eoontry uu tnay win lornun at good voroitort at it mar oree. tared In tbe United States and at satisfactory prices. The Company hopes to reoeive a liberal share of pat ronage, aa their motto It to lire and let Ilea " It wl I gtre tbem pleatora at any that to thow Tilltore throogb tueir Twn,ts wiKuicr pnrcoating or nos. 1 bit Company la sole agent lor tbe eale ot - Messrs. : Bailey & De-Camp's Cele brated Spring lied Bottom, Vt bloh, for simplicity and durability, cannot he needed. Fleaeeoall and examine It. Price from S3 SO to $i SO. Tbe Salesman le Ur. W. Ii. BUOBKS. lona eonneot ed with tbe boalneea, aa old oitlaen, formerly of the firm I Hnghes k. Bee be. a. m. bnidkh, Boperlntendent. B. KimDxr., Treasurer. myeVdSiB DR. ROBT. THOMPSON Surgeon & Physician. Office High Btreet, North of Broad (So, 16). Kesldence. N. fourth (Market) Btreet. near earn at Of Bprlug. ID" Sr. T.. aa heretofore, treats all dlteaseeef ye. uolumtmt, Deo. w. 1M01 wtf. Shooting Gallery, TBI nndtrtlroed bege leave to IsCorm bis frendt that bt baa fitted np a . , 8H00TIKG GALLERY at t VERANDAH, ON STATE BTREET. Uood Sunt, Air Oana, Plstolt and Befrtahmentt. BOVIS-Ot COB BAB BIOBABDS. Ilonry X2Loolxlex 'date of Phalon's Xstabllthaeat, 9. T.J PHOPHIBTOB OF TlietlEt TOBK tasbionable 8halng, Balr Oattlsg, Bhampoenlng Oorllng and Dressing Balooa, . ,. . No, 73K Sontb Hltrh Bt., under Bart- ui oe esuuj rwanmna uoute, wkert eatltlicUoo will be gtvem ta an tbe varlow brancbee. Ladltt' aod OblMrea't Hair vrasttg done la (he best tyle. . . seplBily EXTRA DRIED BEEF. ' " , SUGAR CURED HAMS (Nx) ; "SUGAR CURED BEEF TONGUES. ' '. t ':( J EXTRA FAMILY' FLOUR CANApjAJJMroCKWHEATJpUR, ! ! .ai'-.'.fotsalstftr J! t V' ,V: ,t WM. B. UBTIIAUl, : . . 100 leatb Big, (tmt. jaaMU COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Columbus Retail Market. WEDNESDAY, July 2. 1862. The following are the retail quotations corrected by wm. ii. HeeUeans, w no testis ana retau btoom, lOS Soatb High Street. Wheat, 7Se, 0. toiar 9 ... '0 Oate eba Bfe Matte io none Oors m Mobesea ea 9 gi. 0e Batter 9 eVSIOc Lard &iUo Tallow a 9d Oo Dried AppiesttbtlSSOwl' Dried Peaohet.. .3 (IK 3 85 White Beast f U0.1 8& I Byrnp 9 gal WogBl 00 Tea fc... .80cl OWBl U Rio Coffee .. 2So Java do.. 830e Blot 9 ft "W Brooms 9 doe . wwi vs roiatoes, V M.....oow'3i Salt In sack .JVA' Oc Bait t bbl 18 00 Hat 9 too....S7 StKtVtf U) Soap foox) 9 ft "awe floor e dm... at w ia White Wheat doa)5 OU&S SO Beer 9 ewt as (Unit 7IOr Ave floor bbl... St 00 Bb.oo.iaen t a s Oaodlet.Tallow.talO 'Ko Salt Pork fowl.... tt 00 Oandlee, Opal. boa. . 13 lie Wood oord.... tWaW Oheeee 9 ft tiu Haokerel Nol bf bbltflg 00 Hominy per both. , aiuu Mackerel No I qr bbl Si (MM Whisky per. gall. t&SI W Haokerel No 1 kite. S i White flab perh'fbbl S3 V Balalnt, M B.Bx I StKwVI UJ Layers tjtxgrt aa Sultan 9 ft 15o White fish per qr bbl UOl uoo run e a or Herring e bbl S 00 Oora Meal 9 bn.... tlXittOo1 figs 9 ft 80o rmnee 9 a luwivxe Wool Twine.. 159 18a 9 lb. Mm 9 doe SolPblppe'e Hams. ftftoMOo Dried Beef. ll(S18MoPlaln Bams 7,(2)cc WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. rioa-talesat 4 009X so for red, and 14 M4 73 tot whites market oniettled. WaaaT at 7S(S90e. Ooaa sales at 83a Oats -teles at S5o. Bra small sales a 4&S5UC- Bav sales at atk&O. PoTATota lea at SCktVWo. Bajjtt-aalts attl 85. Ba.lt ru lee at SI 7511 81 per bbl - Wbiti full rule at 5 7536 00 per bbl. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, July 2. ABHES-Quletaodlteidv: sales of 75 bblt ilgOtf for Pott, and b 'or Pearls. Vi.OUK Market a shade flimerwilh. a rood demand for export and home eontompton The aalea re- Sorted were it.SoO barrels at 4 40S4 60 for taper ne o'tte: 14 W&i 05 for extra atate: ad B5 forchul. do; (4 40i4 Sj for snperOne western; 04 u0ij?5,i.6 for eimmon to medium extra weetern; 95 I0i95 35 for com mon 'otooa snipptag nranas extra roandboo Ohio; and 15 3536 50 for trade braodi. Iht maraetolotlne auiet and Aim CANADIAN ILOUa-The market lit shade firmer. with a fair demand. Sales of 180 barrels at S4 80 ttS DO for ooumoui and f 5 0596 U lor good to ebolee extra. BY B F LOU II Its market It auleL with aalea at a9 75 i 10. QUKN MB Sttady and onlat wllh tales cf l Of) hbia at OS t tjt Jersey. w dlelaX Sbadt Drmer. with sales of EOObbls St27) i lor tt.te ai.d wot ern. inoiuding a email parcel atS9o Whi. h ia.ncxt emeprlo.. miraet wat lo ne'ter with a good por eoquio. Saiet. pt-t tt. ar'ire of Sd OUO bob.it Uhlexo spring . I (I i ll 10 44,100 hatb.lt MllWHUtee ouoattl(Vl 13 3lh0 bushel, amber low at fl '4 i IS W btO uatiels win er rea western at H0l 81, "u.i... iu'.r MlcDl,ao at 01 .UaVIW), 7.U.U butbtli Inferior red 1 liu. at SI 13, o 0"0 bushels mf rlor Milwaukee oluo at Bl 1.6 In store 7,Ob0 wolie Cana J aoatSIS7 8 5UU bUtbeUwblie Ulcb'g a at (130,850 buabeisexnao .oieedoac II 40, and 0,000 botbeisoom' man white rVaba.bat SI 81. ttxa-soiroe and firm. Balei of 70W buthelt fair weateinat 70o. B RLEY linll and nominal. CORN It a elude bltner with a mr.rlerata annnl. anrl a Rood export demand! eaaleenf 62,010 butbola at 34(S 55o for uid mixed wee ern, 44:t for nrwdo: 43d)47o fur aniound anno too for weetern yellow and white west, era ou private erme. UA 13 Market it ttttdy. wllh aalea at 42i,5n far Jar. Sty, Canada weetern and itate. ouu.tt n.w mart actlte aod firm at for fair to mod reAnKc. Haleiof BOO huihiu, .i lvl X for 0uba; K9o fur hew Orleui.i HUSna lor runo nto i a.vuu noaaoaaas Uatana at private terms. EEPINBD aUttAtt-It la good demmid, and maiktt Very firm. aiOLaefCs .Steady and firm! salet of 80 bogeheadt Barbdoei 83c and by anotton 1UO bbat Mew iirlctnt at Jw3l-; 50 bbdt Porto Rico at 33e. tORK".t:alfi loner ar.d B.arkat ralea war bram tales 550 barren et B 10 67hAi1 uU for am Ineide price; 3 bSiaV) 71 for artme; I0 7511 00 or prime meet. uBBf Market on'ot and without material evante In price, ealee of xUO bareitai (5 5ik7 'or prime) 8 00 10 OU for eontry atisi ll 001350 for repacked mtwi 13 00 A 14 50 for extra meat. PRIMB MKsd flBiy-maxket dull and nominal at B-vEf HAMS In lltllt better reqaetU with taltt ot 8 600 barrtlt at 914 3016 tot lb latter aa extreme prloe COr MIAT Steady; aaltt of 1M pgs at 3i(94e for uHuium, sun au loroatnt. BaOuN Sides art lnaetWa. tMoKaD MEtTSaidet steady, with salet of 100 LaBu Kuitt ttry firm, bat the marktt It vtry quiet. Salet of 640 barrel, at 7 if SB Ve. BDIIEttBelit at ftatife lor Ohio, and 1017a for CtlEB88-The market rales steady at 4$8Ke for VcautUS 9 iriSUtje Money Market. Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN. ] NEW YORK, July 2. quite at 536 per oent. dltoonnt ea oall. Prime Piper la quite firm at frafltf per east, dlt oount. Sterling Ixohang qnltt and firm. Btnken' bills art quoted at 1 HOXaSiSl. American Quid irregnlar- opening at 8W and doting a, -I ywt uni prcmiUID. Oaiifo.nla Qold Bare are quoted at 8XSB9V ptr oent. premium. Oorernment Itooki lowtr. United Btatts SIxea of eei luiiqpiiiix; United Bultt (7 J 10) Treasury Notet 104 tf. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, July 1. VLOUR Tht marktt opened dull, and there wat more anxiety on tbe part of bolder, to realist; baton the rotlpl of th' d tpe'ehee turn New Xor, quoting an drmce of I015o per barrel there waa a firmer feeling on the part of holdert, and Itooki were gradual ly withdrawn Irom tbe market, in antlolpatlon t an ad vanoe to morrow The nominal prices era $3 V0S4 00 for superfine, S4 ll(aV4 8 for extra, and 4 Mx&i So for family an t trade brande. WUISKI Tbt marktt ralee tieady, with a fair df mand; talet of J. 100 barrel! at SjSSKo. the latter rata for wagon. PHOVISIOV8 There It BO ohntt In the market and prion an m early non lnal. UaM eoirar eared are In flilr demand at f-S84o, with salea of 30 tltroee of a eholoe biand at oar onitlde qaoutlont. LAHD Tleroe le still Inootred for at 7U7Ve. but It held at 7X48c 400 kegs told at Xo. mans rutin nominal at e 50ll. BaOuN helling at Oafl Jao for sbooldera. rib and clear lidntv BHOULTIBBS StSXdMO. BlBag At 8X45HO. GROOKRISS-Th.re Is a ft mer market for both tuiar and oolite, and reflocd anion are Ha higher. ou na-w quote euow renntd at 10oi white do at lOifIO,Voj and crnthed and powdered at 11X 1140 Tnere it no change In rw. We quote .a a at BMtSftVe: Porto Blco at BWlHOUa. and at. O.U.n. at exo. uosriSM Belling at 305Ho. MObaeSBS New Orleans at 48A50S. the ontalda rata the jobbing prloe OIL Tbe market continues ateadv. with aalaa af SO bbleat87o WnJtA The market onened dull and hear., and prices declined So per bushel, bat thore was a firmer teellng ac ibeoloee under tbe adelcee frum New York. we quote prime Rdat80A83oand nrtma ta abolea In- dlana wbltt at 00030 Tna talet re.orted were 300 Muneit pnme red and white at B7r 300 bothelt prlmt whi t at 85a. delirerrd; 400 butnela prlmt red at rUtei IUU nutntlt ebolee Kenue While at at 00: 800 buih. eie print while at Wo; 500 bueheie prime red at 83; 3u0 bn.bela prime red at 82c: 800 bueheie on ma whlteatB3n: 800 bu-hele good whi.a at Buo: 800 bueheie good red at Sue! S5ii bo.hrla pilme red at 81a, and 5000 boabtlt inst ate white at eSo . - COttN Ins demand continual artiTO and trice, are higher, the market eloelog buoyant at 85i36o. with a farther upward tendency in prices. m t i.m, who a good demand at fwguoo for prime samples on arrival. BAULKY The demand (oatlnuei Ana at CifcTOc 4t prime tpring aod fall. hak weoaTtnocnange to report m the marktt. T be demand la but mooerate at 1 1 1 00 IB 00 p. r ton for looas-pneaed, and BltOOtA.15 00 tor tUihl-preased on arrival- OBEBSE Tbt market It uncr.enreJ and dull. We quote eieaed W. ft. at eo, wlih aalea of ICS bcxee at (bit price. BUc IBB Tba demand Is limited and local, and con fined to the beat grade. qualities below prime are aol waniea. ne quote prime choice at etsioo. Cleveland Market. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, July 2. FLOUR The market vettereav vat ouiet and on. chanted, with bal Utile demand. Kj talet ot eonte- quence to repun. w mav ids manet lest hiit ana aecimea 1 V Jt Thtre were sales of 1(1 cats red from tree at 87o: I ami mixed ameer at itto; e.o i car inuuna white at VI vt liota tract. COn The mtrktt aoll and nominally BocbtDgad' Noihlne doinir. OatS tteady sad Bnchangtd. Sales of t ear from track at 30o. US PORK Market very dull and aomloal. We quote atS103uatt 00. BUTTIft Ohulce Weetern Beeerve It la aatlve da- naiid. whllw oommon Central Ohio Is van dull we quote the former at llUo, ant the latttr at 0910 0 b g K Si Tht market It firmer tt Sji'tSfo for Wtittra Beeerve. IJtt Vutet tt OHJ. ' 1.AKD IB fair demand at fiVftSa. BBANe Th. Dinit te firmer and thtre It a fair demand at 1 JO lor prime and It 601 Bl tor aommoa (r.des. -; - ' ' roTeTOHS-BtmuD very ttttdy at S660 oentl for eomaea qualttlet re prime Ntebaaaoeke, by the Oar lead. XteToTaf . New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN.] [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, July 2. atoA marktt almost a ssnla at tha Ss Board. or- Wloh and Warotster X. Milwaukee and Pralrla da Ohotn'tod preferred 74i lii'w.ukee aod Pratrte da Chela 351 Chicago ant Book laland SIX: Obloaea and Toledo 4UKi lllinole Central ecrlp adi Mwhlgaa Boulbcrn gu.rtnaed 60 I Amerioaa told 100; Pa Wo Mallll3X; Mswlork Central Oil Hudoi.47,: Barlus 17X1 UaimprtferaedSI; Htoblgaa Central 63j Httf barg, rort wayao aoa unuago ana o mae mi u. .. W..18H1 aonnont lOSXt Oalltornla teveut Wi Brook )yn water loan 100; Indiana and Michigan 80) Illinois Central sortp S3; Terra Uaata and Waoath (d boadt SO; Brie em eonot awi. u. e " ,ui; u.iviut Obloago V: olevtland and Pittsburg S3 Brit 351 do preferred M Olt'tlaod k Toledo 48S ;. Treaaary notes 7S-ieiteX104i LlUla Miami lia); Mtrhl.an Southern 25V i Mloblgan Southern 8d tX! rte 1st bond lOBKi fltt-tmrg, oH WayntA-Ohloago let boadt 95. do Ss biVi Cbleago as Horth Weetern 1st 6, de td SIX: do aae-irtea nonae wyt ; uwniaoa. Olntlanatl l3X; ranamaiatl Missouri niessv.jH ieu' ueetee I Late 55. IMPERIAL SMUTS! SAID TO BE A SUPERIOR QHIRTI WARRANTED TO BE A GOOD FITTING SHIRT I YOU WILL FIND THEM AN ELEGANT MADE SHIRT J THE LADIES SAY THEY ARE A HANDSOME SHIRT! All who wear the trllelt oan find tbem at Noei. S60 c SCO. South High St . HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS. JuneSI SCHUELLER'S MEDICAL DEPOT" In Hell House Building, Next Poor North of tbe Fostoffloe, H Qt now open fob. FILLING ij ri X Physlclanf rreKiiptlocs, tad for tbe retail ex sauc us . . i DRUGS, MEDICINES, m CHEMICALS, PaTBNT MEDIOINIB, PERFUME8Y. 0 xviiisr atyAnuT aniiuLiSB, i CHOICE CANDIES, m H CIGARS. H PURE WINES, n Dnth TlntnaieitlA mnrl TmrvArfil. fine old brandies, lor Medicinal Panxutt BHOULDIR BRAC1B. f U BTATlOIfBBT, tJ Bttldts a great variety of other artlolee, all be- uJ rf longing ie tht Druggists' trads. )f OUR SODA WATER, ft Drawn from a most splendid eilver-aiated vase, LJ fM is of the purest quality, alwayi coo aod pleae- uJ U ant to drink. The tyrnpt are made of ripe fmlt , In their season, by oarseirea with great ears "1 Oar Cream Syrupe, made of fresh sweet cream M eeery morning, are nnearpassed, and we would 1 respectrully call the attention of tbe Ladiee lo M tbe. LJ A good atsortmtnt of CISABB it TOBAOOO i1 permits us to Invite tbe gentlemen to our stand, Pbyslelant' Prescriptions and family Btelpee rj carefully prepared by experienced persona, 'rom pare materials, at all hour of the day or night W The medlclnee told by us will be of he beet quality, and price! reasonable; and we hope to Ty give entire satisfaction to all who choose to favor H J ns with their patronage. a QQ may'5-d3m ' 7 Oust. Autos, Sup's. P. Akteot, Treat. PORTABLE ANI STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES, Castings, Shaftings, Pulleys, BOILERS, MILL GEARING & MACHINERY ENGINE PUMPS, TRIP HAMMERS, Improved Circular & Mtilay SAW MILLS. ' also, BTBBT DBSOBIPTIOS 01 BETORTS, PIPES AND CASTINGS, IOB COAL OIL ABB OAS WO S. April W18S9 ly WM. II. RESTIEAUX. . (BTOCBSiOB 10 KoKlB K1BTIBACX) No. 106, South High Street, 0XsX7It!XZ3X70, j ' CKixiB a . GROCERIES, PRODUCE S PROVISIONS .(Foreign and Domestio Fruits,, FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO , STORACC ft COMMISSION .Jlyll " r ,1;'.. V"1 THB IBtflaOYAttLS CtAF llOOF SnUBT. XATJT sB I03f . m B II J AYEE'S, OATHAETIO PI3LLS; Aro yon tick, Snbla, ami comi'laloiiigl Artjronontor order, with your tysieea d. raogwl, aod your feslloirt wej. r conitortablel These eyatp. torn 1 are often tbe praluile w fj0. j 1 oV'tr 1 serioiis lilueae. Borne nt ol stckneat Is creeping upon yrti, and should be a.erted by a timely ate of the riiriit tui. edy. Take Ayor's fllil.attil cluaoss out th. tltaordeted bu more purify the Mood, aad let the fluid, more on unoiv etructed In health ataiu. They ttlinnlate the fnuniou. of the body Into ttgorune ac tivity, purify tbe tyeleni Iroto the oberrneUonawlikb aittk. dlM:ue. A cold Mtllet somewhere In tbe body, and ul.- ' .1 tttU'l. Its iiaturnl functions. These, If not rouetml. react upon tlienieelras sttd the surrounding organ, in. during general aggravation, suffering, itnd lio,j U'hlle III tlii. condition, oppraaeed by tba oWanpnwn,.. take Ayer's 1'illt. and sm liow directly tliey reatore (I,. , . -.i iiiiluiiil uctlon otlio system, aud with It the bunyani fueling ol lieulth again. What Is truo and tu appamnt ii, thin trivial and common coinplalnt, Is alw true le muu 01' tlto duerHmUed and daugerout illalempere. Tire eaiite purgative olluct expels tltitni. Canted by similar oMim tions nnd deraiietiientt of the natural functions of tba body, they are rapidly, and many of tbem aurely, cured by the Kline means. None wlio know lit. t Irtnea of tlies- Pill., will neglect to employ them when aulbrluf ft"ru the Uieordert lliey cure. ...... Statuitiente fiom leading phytMant In tome of the ' priurlial cities, aod from other well kuowu public per son,. . . 1 FniM a fbrwarJinj UirStanl tf St. Louin, fib. 4, U38. Da. Arm: Yuur Pills ire tht tarago of all Hut t -gruu in mudiclue. They haro cured my little daubhr of ulcerous sores upou hor bands and feet that bud pru' wl iiiruniblo for years. Her mothor lias Ihwu long grier ouly uDllctod nitb Mutcbee and pimploe on hor akin aiul ' ii, liur balr. After our child wnt cured, alia also triwt j.jiir I'illi, and tlioy bare cured hor. ASA MOItaillliHK At a Family Physio. '11H Pi: A'. W. Otrtwrlght, iiw Orlnni. Your I'ilia nro the prince of purges. Tlt.tr eirolkmr . (jnulities surplus any cathartic we pnsstws. They Art mild, but Tery certnlu anil effectual in lbtr action 011 tli. boircle, which makes them Invaluable to m In the ibiliji , tmatmeut of disease. Hradaohe,SickIIcadarhe,Foul Rtomarh. -rnm Dr. f d ward Boyd, Baltimort. Dr.An llito. Arrni Icnnnotsnswer yoa what complslnte I linre cured with your Pills better than to sny allibat ivt eT tre.it with apurnatiM medicine. 1 rlace great rlfpr, (l.nce on tin effectual cathartic in in,' dully contest with di.wtwe, ami believing as 1 1I0 that your I'ills allorU ets Hut Iwit ire here, I of rnuraa ml 110 tlioiu highly. . PiTTsntno, Pa, May lR-4 Dt. J. C. Atkk. Sir: I hare been repenlodly cured or the w.'Ot hrmlach any body ran liavo ly a dnse or ! cf your I'ilia. It aeenre to arl.e frum a foul stomach, , which they cleanse at once. Yours wltb great respect, . ED. M. Plini'.r.K, ' CUrlt nf Steamer Clarim, Dllloui Disorder! Llrer Complaint!. - Fi-om Dr. Ttiudore, Veil, trf AVw Tor Ctl. Nut only are your Pills admirably adapted lo llnlr put -polo as an aperiont, hut I find their iienellclal rlftcta upou the Liver very marked Indeed. They baro In my proc tloe proved uioro elfectuul for the cuie of btliout cr'v . . plainlt thau any one remedy I can meiitiuii. I eiiicruly rejuice tliut we haveut length a purgative wlildt is m.r- ' thy the confltleuce of the profession aud the i.ipie. PrMATMirrr or Till ITtitrot,el VTaihiiiKton, D. 0., 7th Pok, Uuti. Sit 1 1 have used your Pills in uiy general and lic.pit.t pracUceeeer since yoiimudo them, and cauuut huNltatw b. say they are the bust cathartic we oroploj. lhelr regl lating action on the liver it quick and decided, couee- . queutly they are an admirable remedy fur deraugemeuU of tliat organ. ludeed, I bare aelduui liiuud a caae ot . (utioii diattut eo oUtluate tluit It did not readily yield tu tbem. fntteruaily yours, AI.ONZO 11 ALL, M. I) , i'ltyticU 0 tli Marin Uinpit'H. Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worme. fivin Dr. J. 0. (httn, ofChvcugx Your l'ilut have Lad a long trial lu my practice, tod 1 bold tbera In esteem aa en of the beat uperkuitt 1 bart ever bund. Their alterative effect upon tbe liver niakea them an exoalltnt remedy, when given In email doses fas bilwut dyunttrg aM iiarrham. Their Stignr-Ojaljrjg makes them very acceptable and convenient iur the use of women and children. Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood. iron Sm. J. 7. IIantt, iVator ofAivnt Qwrtli, BetUrr. D. Am: I have osed your Fills with extraordinary success in my family and among those I am called t viait in distress. To regulate the organ of dlgaatloii aiui putlfy the blood, they are tbe very beet ranaedy I bam ever known, and I ean confidently recommend them t" my friends. lours, J. V. Ill M US- WiBSaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y.. Oct. 24, 18S6. Dita 8m 1 1 em using yrmr Cathartic Pills In nry prac tlce, and find them an excellent purgative tt cteanet tha sy.tem aod ruriV tht fountain! 0 iie btoxi. JOHN 0. MEACHAM, U D. Constipation, Coitlwenen, Snppretelou, HHenuintlara, Goat, Neuralgia, Drop ey, Paralyiii, Fits, ate. t'rvm Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Omnia Too much cannot bt aald of your Pills iv Ihe cut e emiireneu. If other, of our fraternity hare (mud them at elBmclous M I have, they should join me In proclaim, dm It for t lie benefit of the multitudes who nulHr fmri tint enniplalut, which, although bad enonjh in Iterlf, 1. the pr yenllcr cf others that aro wnrM. I helium ci litnic; lontlunnato in tlto llvor, but yrmr Pill, alfoia thai or,:u and cure Hie disease. r.niM Mrs. E. Suxrf, Phyticinn and Mi lvifr, D"l-:. I Aud Olio or rtrn larjo dc of your Plllt, taken at U. pr'i)prr tlnio, tire exwlli nt fimmolives of Hie natural ttrrt tifi nlti'ii wlmllyvr partially auppresswl, and also rer efl clit.1 to tlmm tlie slum a: h and rxvel imrmt. Tliey are sr. lunch Die beet physic we have that I recomiuaoa no othei t my pallruls. . M F-m Iht Rev. I. Bavta, of 0 NtllMiM Efit. Clrirdi Ptn.sSKi norr. Sutaunah.nn.. Jan. 9, IS50. IloNoaKD otn l I should he unirriit-fiil fur th. rdliet vour .kill bai hroutrht me if I did not report my case t von. A colli settled In my limbs and broiiirlit on eicrn : elating neuralrric pttivt, which ended In cttwifcrAnrwa (miii. Notwithstanding I had the beet of plinlHaus. the dlmae grew worse end worse, until by the stlilee of yeau exralUnt agent In llaltlmore, Dr. Macli.ur.U, 1 tried your i Pilli. 'I heir tftects were slow, hut sure. By parwrei-lng In the use of them, I em now imtlrely well. . . 41 Seiati Ciiahheu, Baton Roug", la., I Doc 1355. ' 1. Arr.n ; I hare twen entlrelr 01 red. bv lour PilUrU FhntiHatit r7nnt n imlurul dhieatw that had aOllcted nw . fr vraro. ' VINCENT SLIDKLL.. aa-Mn.t i.f the Pills In market contain Uarrurt. which, although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, i. dangerous in public pill, from tba dreadful ennssr quonrea that frriiontly folluw Itw tncaiitlous use. Tbata rontatu no mercury or mineral subetsnce wliaUrer. aj Price, 85 oents per Box, or S Boxes for $1. Propared by Br. J. C. AYXB. to CO, Lovsll, Kate and for aale by 0. BOBBBTB, Oolewbea. tad bv alt . dsalars la medicine everywhere. April 18, lMta-datweowly EFFERVE3CE3T SELTZER APERIENT. Thll Taloable and popalar Medicine baa entveraslly re vviTvu ui. uu., lavoraoie no mmenaitioni or the Mrmcu. Pionettoi and tbe Poauo at tbe boh imcnmT airs aaatsaau SALINE APERIENT It Bty bensed with the beet effect ta Biltiou etni Febrile Dinette, Cottivmt Sick Hendacht Ntuttt, Lttt ApfttUa, indication, Acidity 0 tkt Stomach, Torpidity of tht Liter, Chut, Rheumatic Aff'ttiont, Gravel, Gout, am u ovarruurrt wantt A OJontle and Ooollnx A.pertant It It narttonlartv adantM fcr, , mm.. ' . lea and Land Bealt.rjtt In Hot Ollmatet, Pereone ot flarieritarw Uabita. Tnraiu. ..j ... n ff iTif . !4n",r WW nod It a nlaable addllioo w taeir aacoioai uuesil. It tt In Ilia form ot a Powder, carefully put up in bottlss ' v nw u any oilman,, ana merely reqiret water pound upon it to prodooe adtligbUalefferreeoeat ... berersge. . , BTamenni tesrlmonbila rnm nmhMtA..l ..a ..v.. geatlemea ef tbe highest standing tbronghout tbe coun try, aad lu steadily Increasing popularity for a serlee ef ers, strongly guarantee Its efficacy aod valuable cbar astsr, aod commend tt to Ibe (trorable notice ef aa la- . Mtnnfacturtd only by. . . .... TARRANT ft CO.'. No. 878 Gieiamch Btcor. Warns SU, 35To"W "S'oaplx.fj-.'v- AKD FOR BAU BY DBCMISIt aiHI&ALLT. April W, WOS-dkwly . .. . ., . .: ...V 7, WUllam i3L. CJrlll wncaBM,onwi A6RICULTUKAL WAHEHOUSK ; BB4JUU IB -1. i GENERAL HARDWARE ; AIlB,wLAM. (ABD, PUTTI, 00IIDA0B, Qbbi, riatoli, ffstttirilliw tVare ether and Bobber Belting, laee either, Ilewe aid eui-dij SniBTirca flannslb, av laaey. BA I0H.