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VOL. IX. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1863.
DAILY, Tfil-WEEXLY AlfD WEEKLY
MANYPENNV & MILLER,
f OBtllHEBI' AKD PROPRIETOR!,
T Offiee Voi. 88, SI and 40, Korth High It
TBBMH INVABIABLV IN ADVANOB.
Dally , . 6 00 vt fw
By the Carrlsr, par wMk, Mats. .
frl-Weekl .. . . , 00 pet year.
Weekly, single oopy, l 75 " .
Clubs of fire copies, . 7 50
" .ten eoplei, - 4 00 "
twenty eoplei, . 87 00 "
rms ef Advertising by she square
0 At eqnan I year. . . S0 00
On. equsre 3 weki..4 Dt
9 monthe 18 00
month! IS 00
i month. 10 00
8 month. 8 00
1 month, t 00
on. mu., uv
On. " 1 week... ITS
On " Sdaye... 1 00
On. " 8 dir.... TS
On. ' 1 Insertion SO
Dlaplaysd alT.iUHm.nU half nor than th.
rates. i ,
Adr.rUieuie.nti leaded and plsoed In th. eolama of
isrw-iai nonrae, aouoti til ordinary rates.
All notleea required to be pnbllahed by law, ltfal rate.
; If ordered on the inildeexolailvaly after the first week
par cent, mora than th. above rate. i but all nob wll
ppMr In the Tri-Weekly without charga. .
Bnilneii Cards, not esceedlng five lines, per yeas, la
Ida, 2 St) per linei outside 2.
Notloai of meetlngs.cbarltsblca octettes, fire .omptnlN
ko., half price.
- AU trantUnt aivtrtUmmU Kwl b4 paid for in
"WW ini rui. win not do Tinea rrom.
Weekly, earn, price ae the Dally, wher. the advertiser
Ml the Weekly alona. Whenh. Dally and Weekly
mn both ttmd, iuoo Ui eliata. Ui a Wsskly will b
an we re Lee m me iiaiiy
No adrertlattaant taken except for I daOnlta period
BROOKS, STEARNS & CO.,
WH0LB8ALI lc BBTAIL D1ALIB3 IN
Fine & Staple Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic Frnits,
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR,
;Pnre Wines and Liquors
FOB MBDIOIWAL PUBPOSBI.
Country Prodnoa taken In exchange for Qoodi.
NO. 5173 SOUTH HIGH STREET,
All gooda delivered free of eharg to any part of the
BATiD w. floors,)
N. MEtfOH. )
Cfinoinnati Law and Collection Office,
. VlTailUOTD A. B, 1810.
Attorney o!t Xja-w,
rJU'f COLLECTION OFFICE,
NO. B HA80NI0 TEMPLE,
Bemlltancea In all caiee made immediately on the col
lection of anyolain.
The following reference! are g1rn by permlitlon of
the parties, with whom Mr. Powell haa for many yean
Nicholaa Longworth, Efq.
Bamnel N, Pike, Ktq. .
Joaeph 0. Butlar, Kaa. .
W. B. Imllh fc Oo.
Baker k. Ton Phol.
. Tyler, Darlileon fc Oo.
, Bon. W. B. Caldwell, li-Ohlef Juitlca, BUte of
D. W. Oorwln, lata King, Oorwln Ac Oo.
Clark, Wait Co., Ml and IS3DnanaBt.,N. T.
Samuel B. Bowman Ax Oo., 17 John St., N. Y.
Wm.H. Powell, Xiq.,No,4SEait3SdBt.,N.T
. . IT IS A FIXED FACTl
Can be Cared.
BIB JAMBS OLABK.Phyilcian to Queen Victoria,
and ona of the moit learned and iklllfnl men of the age,
in hie TrsatUe on Oonanmption, aayai 'That Pulmonary
Oonnunption admit, of cure, la no longer a matter of
doubt; it baa been alaarr demonitrated by the retea rebel
of Laenneo and other modern pathologlata." Dr. Can
well, who inreatigated inch matters ai thoroughly aa
any other man, aaya: '
"Pathological Anatomy haa, perhtpr navar affordsd
mora eoneluirre erldence in proof of th. ourabllily of a
dlaeae. than It baa in that of tubercular phthiaia (pul
' IT IS NOT A nCTION.
Iheae itatemanta are made by man who hare demon,
atrated what the; aay time after time, In the crowded
hoipltaland tba truth-telling dluectlng room. They
are from man who could hare no poealbla motlra for
publlahing what U antra., or embluonlng faliehooda .
THE REMEDY WHICH WE OFFER,
Dr. Wiatar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
' Eat cured hundred! of caaea of
Consntoptlon of the Langs, Liver Complaints,
Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds, Asthma, Cronp,
Whooping Coogb.Icflaenzi, etc. Many
of them after Every Known Rem
v. . eij hid Failed to Resoh the
Do not procrutlna to, bat make nao of Wlitar'i Balaam ,
and IIt. healthy and happy. ; .
Bold by JOBS P. PABK, North eatt corner of fourth
and Wabnl atreeta, Cincinnati, Ohio.
. I (rotMiitr iaiu'b,) , ....
.1 J' t' ' , a . . -. ,..; I '
Noa 17 and 19 Park Bow,
Oppoeita the Aator Houie and Park, Now Tork. .
, Price of Board $1 60 per Day.
rpBIS LONG ESTABLIiIIED AND
X. popular Hone, hu recently been rebuiltand great
ly enlarged by the addition of orer 100 noma, and now
haa accommodation, for or.t 300 penona... It haa alee
been thoroughly vantllated, and ia . .. . . . ,
HEATED BT STEAII ;
. i ' airo . i .. . . . . . ;
LIGHTED WITH GAS THROUGHOUT.
. Thla Hotel has ona of the beat locations In th. Olty,
la of aaay aocan from all the ateamboat. and Railroad!
leading to the OUy, and la conreslnit to all the Olty
eonraPea,,iH haa tow all tba eanrentoMaa'of a - -
FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
tafuring tba comfort of Its Inmatea.
The patroaag. of the traveling publla Is respectfully
oBolUd, t,i4 i'a,:.,( U ... .... v 'V,-,m...
Tarn $1.50 mt Dar.
B. L. P0W1B8.
nor30'81-Jawfroinfeb99' " . Proprietor. .
) ' 1 1 1 ' 1 i . . i . '"li .
JOHN L. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT t!A
' No: 1 Odeon Boildiiig:
8. C. HAMS, : ,
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR,
. RED WHEAT FLOUR,
8. C. SODA, .
. SAL. SODA, - "
( .GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
, RIO AND JAVA COFFEE,
1 WOODEN WARE,
! CORDAGE, ETC., ETC
for tale by ., , ,
i, 108 BouthHIgh street,
Great Reduction in Price!
ClosiriB Out Sale of Black Cloth Cloaks
at Unusually Low Prices!
PEBB0N8 wanting atyllib and elegant Cloak i at very
low prloaa. will find that we an nffurln. .rut In-
auoamanta to pnrcbaaere.
: ., mxLiN sour, .
No. 23 to 29 dontb nigb Street.
FANCY FRENCH FLANNEL
H TABS in the beet etrie and of aanerin. m.ti,v4.l..
11 Oeuta' Paper and Three Ply Linen Oollan. In all
Oenta' Pnrnlihins Oooda of anoerlor aualltr.
Neck Ilea, Scarfs, fltocki and Orarati, In beat
BAIN tto SON,
No. 23 to 29 Sou lb Iliffia Street.
A SUPPLY of these celebrated and superior nttin?
Shirts constantly on hand. Also, Boj,' Shirts,
in all sisea
BAIN Ac BON,
No. S3 and 89 Booth High street.
Of beat quality for Ladles, Mlsaee and Children.
Hoop Skirt, for tall Ladles.
Hoop Bklrte for Short Ladiea.
Quaker Oore Hoop Balrta.
Balmoral Hoon Hkirta. .to. n.
The moat extensive assortment of tuparlor Bklrtl In the
olty, and at very lowpricei.
' run at wn,
No. t3 and 89 Booth High atreet.
NOBIAB, Hoods, Ulttens, Scarfi, Hair Nets, Quilted
Blbboni, Zephyr Worsteds. Balmoral Skirts.
BAIN U BON,
No. 83 and 89 Booth DlghitreeU
BAIN k. SON.
BAIN At ION .
BLACK. THREAD I.ACE BARBE8.
Columbus Wholesale Liquor Store,
LACELLE ROSS & C0.f
IMP0BTEB8 AND DEALIB8 IN
Foreign and Domettic Winei, Brandies,
to. Ac. A1BO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
WABEH0UBB AND OIfI0B,S2f SOUTH H1QH BT.
Nov. 19,1869 dlyli ' . i
Ladies' Failed Furs.
Sable Sets, ; ;; . : " . '
, Ermine Sets, . .;, ;..
. Mink Sets,r ' " . '
''I .; . '.'.PitchSets, I--- -
: : 0 Squirrel Sets.
Gents' Fur Capes, Gloves,
' , 1 a. ...' '" X
Ladies' For and Fur Trimmed
. .;"v" v t; Hoods. ....:'.
,' ... j i lis U styles- 'Ji-lb" v "'
Shipping furs, for which the higher prloe in Cash wll)
be paid, at
J. H. SMITH'S HAT STORE,'
New Heil House Building,
'A J coltjmbus,.6hio.: vr
The Great Bcbcllion.
EXPBBJINCBD AQKHTS ABB WANTED BY
the pnbllaher, in every oounty, to canvass for . . .
JOHN 8. C. ABBOTT'S
HISTORY OF THE CIVIL YAR
T be in two volumee, bound in
leather and llloa.
t rated on steal. - " ., ; :
jkui. win n iua tiiawry. . . - ,
Band for a Circular, or make applieaOon for territory
to I- v ..,(,..,. W
LED YARD BILL,
tectl8tf i. i t .is"',,' ;i ;
COAL OIL! COAL1 OIL 1
rR SALE AT REFINERS PRICES
fei Ut bsrrai.
W. H. B1STTJACX!
10t loota High Itrtst.
John imi.HEiniT o. wniTHik. HaRNiKa r. roacs,
KEDLEIt, WHITMAN A FORCE,
AftAvnaira r Pnnnortl avo at T.anr
AkkVlUWB W VVUUOIIVIO Ul JJHTT)
Office, No. 11 Masonic Building;,
JO Practice In the State Courts; and also In the Unit
ad State! District, Circuit and Supreme Court.
Dec. 81, G9-dly.
V. R. GLAZIER, Agent,
No. 134 South Fourth Street,
Oppoilta the Market Houaa.
I am now prepared to receive on Oommiuton all
klndi of property.
Old and new Furniture BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Particular attention given to the aala of Honea and
Wagona and Oarrlagea, and Household and Kitchen
Sales In the country promptly attended to.
W. R. KENT,
No; 102 South High Street
I A ITI NOW PREPAHED TO Itecoive
on Oommlralon even deecrlotlon of orotMrtv. inch
as Dry Oooda, Groceries, Liquors, furniture, Oairiagea.
I also intend to devote my attention to tales of Bea.
itate and Peraonal Property, at any point, within twen
ty mllee of the Olty.
Uf Auction naiea every evening.
Oonelgnmenta respectfully solicited.
I nav. large room over my aales-room, for itorage
Bit IBIN0I8 1
Kalton, Bancroft A Oo., J. A T. Miller,
D. T. Woodbury A Oo Stone A Lewie,
Butler, Brother A Oo., John Geary A Bon
W. H. Beitieanx, Glenn t Thrall.
Fifth St., between Main aud Sycamore,
JOB. P. PHBBIB, (
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN REPAIR
ED and refitted throughout, and ia now open to tba
OThe proprietors, recently of the Ooddard Houie,
Ha, Ky., aolicll the patronage of the traveling
i apared to give n Olfaction
to u. gneata or toe Honea.
! Deo. 91, U3-3m.
JOS. V. PEBBII.
NEIL HO US K,
(0PPO8ITI THE BTAT1 0APIT0L,)
MARCUS GUILDS, Proprietor.
THIS LARGE AND ITIAGNIFICENT
Eitabllshmrnt Is one of the molt complete In tba
Wait, and hiajnat been filled with a large and well ae
looted atock ot
which will be found to excel anything aver before offer
ed In tble market. In the Ouatom Department I em
ploy none bat the belt flutter! and Workmen, aud ill
orders will be apeedily filled, and
Warranted to Fit and be Well Mad..
Will find at thla Establishment alt the neceaaarlei re.
quired for a complete outfit, and my facilities andpricea
re auch that I can defy eompatition in till Una.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
CENTS. FURNISHING GOODS,
Will be found in great variety, having the largest stock
of this kind ever brought to this olty, all of whlob I in
vite tha publlo to call and examine before purohaeing
R E 11 E rfl B E HI
My Store la oppoilta tha Capitol, in Hn New Nell Honae
Building, and ia on of tha flnait Store Booms in the
oonntry. A vilit to It will repay any ona for tha
decKMSm MAB0U8 OHILDB.
Conmussion, Forwarding and
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY
Bremen,. Hamburg and Havre
RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY,
-EAST AND WEST. '
Nos, 7 & 9 West. Third St.,
.. ; . (Corner Usin), . 1
decl9-tf ' ' '
On tht - European Flan,
V V'eiji of .raw: .xoicf , .? '
Single. EoomB Fifty XJenta per Day,
City Ilall Square, corner Frankfort St.,
, , (OrroaTraOlTT Han.) ' ; '
Heali as they mav be ordered In tha epadous refeoto
ry. Then is a Barber a Shop and Bath Booms attached
to th. Hotel. . -
Beware of RUNNKBg and HACKMBN who say wa
are run.. .
i a. rRENfjn, proprietor.
, lab. 7, 1803-dly 4 ., ... . i .
PURE WINES. v
fiaadiottMlrtrposas, forsiIs by '
WM. H. MITTiATJI.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer, 21st.]
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer, 21st.] The Present Legislature of Ohio---Hon.
The fact that West, of Logan, a defeated
csnaiavie tor uongress, bad the Imnndenoe to
offer a resolntion expelling Mr. Dresel, of
rranKiin eouDty, irom bis seat, became Urea
el's sentiments were not, lo bis opinion, "lor
al," is snggestive of some reflection. Wbo
made West a judge or otuer neoDie'i "lotal
ty 7 " Who oonstitnted even the Legislature
of Ohio a jodge of politieal "loyalty?" It
was elected, a jear age last rail, by a lalso pre
tense, lis members claimed to be Union men,
bat soon throw off the mask, and turned out
Republicans or Abolitionists of tbe moei vio
lent stripe. The people discovered the fraud,
and Immediately repudiated (be nolltlrtal ma.
jority In tbe Legislature. Titer were not "loy
al" enough to suit the people, and consequent
ly, at tbe last eleotion, about one half of tbe
counties now represented In tbo Legislature by
Republicans, went Democratic, aud would, if
they had bad tbe ebanoe, turned these un
faithful and "disloyal" servants out, and have
eleoted Demootata ia their places. For tula
discarded Legislature, thus notoriously misrep
resenting the people of Obio, to assume lo eel
up political tests of fellowship, la indeed won
denul effiouiery. If West and his colleague,
were truly loyal men, tbey would have reaigu
ed and given place to real, gennine representa
tives ot the people. Wbo is this Otto Dresel
that is thus Insulted for giving exproaaion to
Democratic seutiments 7 He is an able edu
cated and pttriotlo German, who has fought
lor liberty in both bemlapberss. In a Ute
speech upon aibitrary arrests in the House of
Representatives, be thus alluded to bis former
"In 1848 I took active part in tbe revolution
in Germany, tbe main objeot ot which was to
secure those Bacred rights of the people. We
failed in our attempt, and was punished beojuee
we bad failed, beatute wo bad dared to try to
wring the guarantees of personal liberty from
tbe blood-stained bands of monamh..
of my best friends and coadjutors in the work
of the liberation of Germany were killed, oth
ers were doomed to pine awav behind th. k...
of solitary prison cells. 1 succeeded In making
my edospe and came to tbe Uulted Sit.
When I first trod upon Amtrinan .nil i r.u
like a man saved Imm shipwreck. Tbe dark
night ol oppression was behind me, the glori
ous sunny morning of liberty dawned upou me.
Those saored rights, to attain which we had
vainly striven In the old country, were here se
cure! to, and fully enjoyed by every one, even
tne humblest citizen. And mure thuu theEng
lishi, more than any nation on earth, tbo Amer
ioans weie sensitive with regard to their bid of
rights. Any eooroaobment upon the liberty ol
one individual would have been held to ha n
enoroaobmeol on tbe liberty of all. Aud woe
to the man in offloe who would huve been gull
y ci any auoo enoroaobmetite! A universal
uprieiug ui wo peopie, without regard to pant
distinotlons, would bare divmtri him f hi- .
fioial insignia, and consigned him to everlastlue
Ho it was years ago. But 'how is it t,o7
lots is me palilut whom it ia aonn-ht tn h.a.r
ji.i i a
a. uieiujai. ,
[Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.]
The French Reply to Mr. Seward's Mediation
The French Reply to Mr. Seward's Mediation Note---European Politics---The
Report Capture the of
WASHINGTON, March 20.
Tbe Frenoh Government have not yet rejoin
ed to Mr. Seward's reply lo the peaoe Drooosi.
tion of that Government, and no further corre
spondence on the sabject is expeoted, at least
for the present. The Emperor will, of course,
await the result of tbe vast efforts which, by
land and ses, this Government la now makine
, ....I, lk. C... .! rrit ...
u jum.u im uiiuncuuuD. a uree monins neoce
he could better judge of the probability of an
early termination of tbe war than at present.
It will be seen how far the suggestion made by
u turn ropiy to ait
Dayton, of tbe existence of lnsnnerabla
oles to a suocessfal prosecution of tbe war. in
tbe "soil and climate" of tbe South, will be
made good. But besides this reason for delay,
iue cwporur uan Uis OBUOB IUII Ot OUSInesS 10
Mexico aud Poland, to ssy nothing of other jobs.
The "Policeman of Enrooe." as he fa dannm-
inated, is loudly oalled upon by his own people,
aa well aa his English allies, to rescue Poland
from Impending destruction.
The report that tbe French have captured tbe
City of Mexico is not generally oredited here
by military men, but still It la thought to be
possible, ae the event was retarded aa of cer
tain occurrence within tbe present mouth. The
army may have passed through Chaloo, leaving
too lumuou vi ty oi rneoia to tneiriett, and ad
vanced at ouce upon tne capital, where Ueneral
Forey was expected to accomplish more by
diplomacy than he oould do by arms for the es
tablishment of French dominion in the coun
Supreme Court of Ohio.
Hon. William T. Pock, Ohlef Juitlce. and Hon. Wll-
11am T. Gholeon. Hon. Jaobb Brlnkerhoff, Hon. Joilah
bcoii, ana uon. nuiua r. nanney, J udgei.
L. J. Oritcbfleld, Biq , Reporter.
Supreme Court of Ohio. TUESDAY, March 24, 1863.
No 128. Fredeilck W. Walker v. Obarlea Station
Brror to tba Diitrict Oourt of Cuyahoga county.
Banner, i. ueia:
1. What eonitltuiaa due dllforeaoe In slrlnr notice ta
tha drawer or lndoreer of commercial paper, of the.di
honor of the tame, when the facta are ascertained or ad
mitted, is a qneeiton oi law: ana it cannot properly be
submitted to th. Jury aa a queatlon of faot.
8. Where the partlea reilde in different place, nut-
tins into the Doetoffioe. seasonably, a notice nronariv
directed, la In itself, due diligence, or comtructlT. no
tice to the party auoreaeea, eiuiougu it never reicnei
8. A notle. sent through the neetoffio. ehould be di
rected ta the party at hie rHdnc4 ttpiaat of ouainaw,
If either ia known to tha holder, or. upon diligent ln
qllry, can be ascertained; aud, If neither an known or
can be found, th. law dispenses with any notlc what
4. While this is tha general principle, the aplrit of tha
rule la, that tha notloa ahould boiut to luch place ae
that it will be moat likely, promptly, to reach the person
for whom It ta Intended! and It is eofficlent If notice Is
sent to the poitoffice when tbo party mnally receive!
hli letters, although sot that ot bla naidenco, ai wall
aa that when ha reitdea; and. In all cases, th. notlc.
may be aent to tne piaoe pointed out by th. drawer or
lndoreer: and, in general, will bo aufficlant. both In
reference to himself and partlea wbo aland behind him on
S. The fact that a drawer or lndoreer com from his
piac. or reeiaenceor oueineaa to a autantoity to dliposa
oi property, wnion ooouptes aim men ror three weeks
et tune, does not. ta tba aba.no. of all exDlanaUon aa to
bla mode or doing tha buetneee or of bla relations to tha
poatofflca men, make lion city ma place of bualneaa
within tha meaning of the commercial rale upon th. lub
Jeot of directing notloe.
e. it ia error lor a conn, open a trial to a Jury. So
annex to a onarge properly asked, a malarial Qualifica
tion not required nor auinonsea By tne .vtd.no. before
them. Baiu v. Wilaoa, 10 Ohio Bt. Bep. 14, followed
judgment revsrara ana cause remanoea ror further
no. in, ueorre w. si oore, xr., etc. v. ueaerson
Brambsok, Ixn, etc., at al. Btrrcr to tha Dlatrict Oourt
or iiiexing oouniy.
Brinkerhoff. j: .... ..
Where a teetator. by his will; dirliaa a houie and lot
to bla wife for life, In Ilia of dower, and alio glTea to
her canaui poeuniary icgaaies ana epMine aruolea of
peraoaaltvl givr. a pecuniary legaoytoone or hla sona
sivea anlnfant daugnlar th. aum of fifteen kunSred dol
lars, "to be paid to br when aha arrives at tba aga of
majority s ina interest tn.raon n c. paia anaaliy after"
hla "deoeaie, for her support and education nntll ah.
am rel at tba aga ot majerltyi" aud then being n. other
nroTblon la Uw will for tha daaghtari and then devisee
all tn. nuau. oi uisniaw, nota nai ana personal it
bis aonai and fha peraonal aaaats of the eatat. having
nroraa te so uaameieni to pay nota Moca ana leracraai
Held That th. payment ot tbo daughter's legacy waa
properly anargaui. upon w nmquary real astate
N. 47. William Kalaay v. Adiu 0. Hibbs, Brror to
tba initncs uoori n rrana.ua county.
i. A uii af sxeasage was drawn payable fen the M
Janaary, tSS," held KM that ins legal objection
to tht evmanoe 91 pwsen aa De(onABpi, Q7T1PI W.
th. figure S waa tkua placed after the figure 6, to ihow
mai tne lai aay ci grace would be tue vtu ar January,
S. A bill ot .xohang. drawn by B. payable to the or
der of II., but not indoraed, waa handed by the defend
ant In the action to the plaintiff, who had been prevloua
ly in the habit of indoralng for each other, with a re
queit by Die defendant to th. plaintiff, t indoru it for
him, which tbo plaintiff did. and th. bill' waa auuao.
quently Indoraed by H. and negotiated. Tha name of
the defendant wae not on th. bill. Tha plaintiff waa
oompelled to pay the amount of the bill to the holdera,
and brought tht action on a contraot alleged to aria,
from the olroumitancea alated, to recover the amount ao
paid. Th. defendant relled on the atatute of fraudi, aa
a defenie. Held that the oironmitanoea ahowad. no
oooaideraUon moving between the plaintiff and defend
ant, aulficlent to create a dietloct and Independent con
tract, wnicn wouia not o. auectea by tne lutute, and no
llabllitr on the nartof th. defeniUntorhi. nrnnart.
other than that which aroie from an Imnlled Dromiia to
indemnify, which promlee, not being in writing, created
no legal ODiisauon.
Baiter v. White. 12 Ohio St. 219. annroTed aod fol
Mo. 133. The Bute of Ohio v. Benlamln Wllllame at
al. Irror to tha Dlatrict Oourt of Lorain countr.
Bamaey J. :
On the 10th of Aurnit, 1858. defendants entered Into
a recognisance In due form, before ajuitlce of tha peace,
for the appearance of on. B. at th. next term of the
Common Pleaa of the eoanty. to anawor a charge of
crime. The recognisance, with a tranecrlpt of the pro
ceedlngs, waa regularly and In proper time returned by
io juiuc to m. uommoo rieaa, wnera, upon th. aame
day, tha reoognlianoa waa filed by the Clerk and record
ed at length In the record book of that Court,' but no
memoranoum tuareoi " waa by Dim "entered iu the
minute book of the oourt." At the eneuini teim of tha
oourt B. waa regularly Indicted for the crime, and fail
ing to appear, the recogolzanoe wae forfeited, and an en
try thereof made upon the journal. Upon tbeae facts
held i That tbe failure of the Clerk to enter a memo
randum of the recoirnlianoea in the mlnnte book nf tha
Oourt, ai provided In tha act of March 13, U53, "re la j
nog to tne enyy ana recording or recognlssucoe In the
Oourt of Oommon Pleai," (2 tt. A 0. Stat., 1193). la
not fatal to the right of recovery upon the recognlianoa
1. The memorandum provided for la mrrelv a temue-
rary lubatituta for tha full record In tbe Oommon Pleas.
8. Tbe recognisance became a rtcard of the Common
Pleas by being recorded at length, by tba Olerk, In tha
record book of that Oonrt .
Judgment of the District Oourt rerened and that of
Oommon Pleae affirmed.
Ho. 149. A. Q. Whiting v. Patrick Bogera, et al
Brror to th. Superior Oourt of Cincinnati. .i
affirmed upon Hons. v. Klliott, 6 Ohio St. Bep. 497.
no lurinir report win be made of tha cue.
No. 67. AahtelH. Darner t. William n. ih.i ...
vtvor. Motion to reinstate case on General Docket.
No,. 83 and 91. Benlamln E. Ludlow. Admn!.t.tn
etc , v. Charles B. Olaikion et al. Motion to dlimlm
bill of review overruled on authority of Longworth v.
Hturgos aod Anderson, 4 Ohi. it. Ben. 090. Motion tn
-I?' ." "atthew Hughes v. The Board of Education
of Madiaon Township, etc. Motion for rehearing over-
No. 119. Ell Oiiai T. fl.nrtrf, J. w.h.i.. t ....
file petition In error refuaed.
no. wi. Matthew Broughton v. Frederick Wo d et
ai. raaicu ,or notice or motion.
No. 133. Ohio ex r.l G.onra n Bm.th . nnni.n
Dorbln et al. Motion to diimiu tha inrnim.ttnn
No. va. Tbomai Stan. v. John A. fj T..v
gnntad to file petition In error.
No. 124. Ohlo.x rel. Treaiurar of Athene county v.
Th. Auditor of State. Alternative mandamua allowed
to itaue returnable ae required by rule 16.
. iiutwra uamoia v Q. Buritam at Co.
Leare to file petition in error refumM.
No. 120. Olnolnnatl dc Spring Orora Btraet Ballroad
Oompany v. Th. Inoorporatad Tillage of OummlnaTllla
et al. Motion to take caa. on General Dooket out of ita
vuor iot ueauog. motion oonunuod.
no. m. Timothy Murphy's Administrator v. Tha
n oi toern Traniportation Company. Laav. granted to
file petition in error.
The Oourt appointed A. 0. Thurman, 0. N. Olde and
L. J. Oritohfieid, to prepare ruiea for tha government
of tha office of tbe Clerk of tha Supreme Court, to be
uuiDHiea to tne uourt at too next term.
Adjourned until Thursday morning next at 10 o'clock
When a wild spark attempis to steal a kiss
from a Nantucket girl, she says: "Sheer off,
or I'll spin jour mainsail with a Ivoboon."
The Bostoa girls hold still until tbey are well
Kissea, wnen iney nare up an at once, and say:
"I think yon wonld be ashamed." .
i When an Albany chap steals a kiss from ao
Albany girl, sbe says: "I reckon Its my turn
now," and gives him a box in tbe ear that be
don't forget for a month. .
wneoeolever fellow steals a kiss from a
Louisiana girl, she smiles, blushes deeply, and
1 la Pennsylvania, when a female ia salntod
with a buss, sbe puts on her bonnet and shawl
and answeretb: "I am astonished at thv as
suranoe, Jedadiah, and for this Indignity will
sew tnee up." - j
! Tbe Western ladies, however, are so fond of
Kissing, mat when saluted on one cheek they
instantly present ine otner.
The Sag Harbor elrl tussels and scratches
till out of breath, wben she submits to her fate
with tbe most exemplary fortitude and resig-
uauon wuuoui a murmur.
Habeas Corpus for Hymen's Sake.
A young man 19 years of age named Riley,
wbo bad fallen In love with a beautiful young
woman, a school teacher in New York City,
named Mary J. Whithers, was recently enlisted
In tbe Volunteer Naval service by his parents
wbo were averse to hla forming an alliance with
tbe lady in queatlon, John's parents ; being
wealthy and the lady depending only upon her
own energies lor ner support. Miss Whithers,
believing that her auianoed bad been Inveigled
Into the service against his will, allied to Mr.
W. F. Howe, wbo aued out a writ of habeas
corpus direoted to tbe commander of the North
Carolina, and had the young man brought be
fore Judge McCunn. Mr. Howe moved that
the young man be dischared on tbe ground that
he was a minor and not voluntarily enlisted
He stated that he would like to have the writ
adjourned to give him time to oolleot tbe evi
dence to substantiate the grounds of bis motion.
Meantime be would ask tbe Judge to solemnize
a marriage between the said John Riley and
Mies Mary J. Wbitbers, who waa tbeo present.
Mary at once stepped forward and John olasped
ber band warmly. Both parties stated that tbev
were desirous tbe ceremony should prooeed, and
tbey were speedily made hatband and wife.
Tbey think they have about aa good an under
standing of tbe praotical workings of tbe writ
of habeas corpus as any one In tbe community
AMERICAN : HOTEL.
OPPOSITB 8TATB HOUSB, ; '
' COLUMBUS, OHIO.
rnnia old bbtablisbbd and wmu. ininwN
X Houie, daring tha paataeaaon haa bean thoroughly
renovated, repainted and refurnished la a style both
comfortsble and elegant, so that we feel well assured that
tooM who ravor aa with a call win find all the comforts
and oonvenlenoee usual in first olasa Hotels. .
WAKBEd Y EmEBY,
OHIO UNION LOAN OF 1866.
QrtKt or thi OoxMimoms op ths Sukivc fvttv
. . ' n nriSB aKrarss asp rti t
,. . r , ' , f wr vniv,
OoiujfBOs. March 5tb 1863
NO I'lOB 18 HEREBY GtTEIf TO Tito
holders of the "OHIO UNION LOAN." "redMma
bla at th. btsts TssAioar at the pleaanre of the Slate,
uu wr tmwtw um ui.. vaj wi aovu tuat lue Slat.
Is now ready lo pay tba principal of the oartlSoatMor
laid wan, witn mtereet to th. Brat day of April, 1863,
va pmuiuon at una oinoa.
After tha first day f April, 1803, Intareat on certifi
cates notpreaentea ror payment, will enn,
. . m. xaibaa, auuitoroi Btale, ) . 'u
. W. W. AEM8TB0NO, Secretary of State,
i LI HAN K OB1TOHHBLD, Attorney Oeneral,
Oommlsiicnars ot the Sinking fond,
B. A, MIL LB H,
Attornoy At liawi
' Bank Buildine:, West Entrance1
Northwest oorner Third and Main 8 treats,
Morning and Noon Dispatches.
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Aetna.
Niw Yor, March SC. Tbe aleamsbln A at.
oa, from Liverpool 11th and Queenstowo 12th,
arrived this mornlne Political dhwj nnimno.
ant. -: 1
The marriage of the Prion nf Walaa anil i
attendant rejoicings, absorbed all attention.
The eeremony came off at Windsor on tbe lOtb, 1
with great pompt and brilliancy. Tbe Queen -occupied
a retired post of observation, bat took
no part. The royal pair went to Osborne tot?
tbe honeymoon. The day was a holiday
throughout England, and public rejoicings,
Illuminations, eto., were on the grandest eoalo.
: It Is rumored France contemplates resuming
negotiations with Mexloo, aftor the oapiure of
Puebla. -; -
Mr. Paabodv srava a hanrmat tA tmn tin-
drsd English resident etu Fisnee, In honor of
lU Prluce of Wales weddluir.
Bourse lower. G9. 80. Polinh .
con trad ielory. Many alleged engagements
are prououuoed inventions. It is rumored the
Ituseians were defeated near Tarnowa.
Reports were current on tha Pari. Run...
that (be Crir replied to Fraooe that be was un
able to make concessions to tbe Poitt nntll the
ineurreotion is subdued.
' Austria will enter int U no an IT ii.tr Skin out. mltl
France or England, bnt will act according to
Prussia is concentrating treons on tha Palish "
lviinotte, GarriUldi s son. haa nana tr Pn
Tbe tenth having been ubsutved aa a hn!IJ ' '
in all tbe leading markets, tbe following intel
ligence refers ouly to oue day's business Mon-
LivgarooL, March lltb, A M Cotton firm
and prices generally quoted i higher. Sales
of the day -about 6000 bales, inoludiog 3500
tor export speculation. Maiitax baa been no
market since tbe departure of- tbe Europe. .
Breadstuff's Rlobardson.' Scenes A Co.. ami
others, report flour neglected. Wheat In mod
erate demand al late rates. Corn In rather bet
ter request at 2tij 6d for prime mixed.
Beet and pork dull and presslngly offered.
Baoon inactive. Lard quiet. Tallow dull and
Sugar very quiet. Coffee steady.
London, March 9, P, M. Breadsluffi Slow
at about former rates. All kinds of groceries
inactive and unchanged.
QoigNeTowM, March 12. Cotton, aalaa in
two days of 13,000 bales, Indluding 6,500 to
speculators aod exporters. Tbe market dosed
nrmer and upward, lluotauoua unohanged.
Ureadstutls steady. Corn, upward tendency.
; Provisions flat. Produce quiet aud steady.
London, March 13, Evening. Consoliolosed
at 92924j for money. Ametlotn stooka
Illinois Ceutral, 44 discount ; Erie Railroad,;
: London, March 13. Polish affairs continue
threatening. Lanciewiiz haa been proclaimed
Dictator, and has leaned a stitrlng manifesto,
calling tbe Poles to arms. -
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And a gen.ral aaaortment of f OBNIBHINQ GOODS o
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a mm sailing uui cBurarr rosnsLS aaTaa roa oaaa .
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