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SATURDAY MORNJNG,' MARCH 88, J863
Rail Road Time Table.
Showing the arrival sad departure of trains at Oolm
bus. Oa tod af tar February 10, lti83, trains will run
oiiowsi t . .1
Lirrui Hum Oetcasos k Xiau B. B.
''.'.' -si" Leave. Arrive.
OlnottmaU Accommodation. S.M A. aft 9;SJ P.
Otooinoati Bxpneo 1: P. tt. liW P.
meuenaAoooouaoaaiioa... siou r. At. - IUjIOA. M
Might Bxprees, via Dayton, 1:U A. U. 135 A.
Je. If. DohsxtT, Aal
Oettmsos Ouvtuxa B .'.,,
Might lxpnoo . eiOO A. H. 190 A. X
New York BipriM , liUP.ef. liOOP.af
; ; , ,, J mm Pammtoa, Agent.
No. I Brpreis ... 4:00 A. M. 18J0 A. H.
mo. i nxprwih. ......... i:u r. at, ItUS P. M
W. 1. Fail, Agint.
fntwui, Oeicataoi It OuwuouTt B. B.
Mall (rata tOO A. II. , 1:05 P. II
Bspreos train liiSP. at. UNA. M.
' Joe. Itonasoi, Agent.
Oeiutiso't Ac Inuionra, B. B.
(Ooumsos Piqua It Iiouaa B. B.)
No. I Ixpreos 7i40 A. M. 11:45 A. at
No. " . .... SiOO P. M. . 6:00 P. at.
O. A. Btu. Agent
State and Local News.
Democratic City and Township
' ' ' ' MAYOB, ' A. '
HAWLEY J. WYLIE.
' SCHOOL DiaiOTOle,
E. F. BINGHAM,
S. 8 RICKLEY.
First Ward 13AAC H. MARROW.
' Second WarJ THOMAS ARNOLD.
' Third Werd-DAVID W. BROOK8.
Four'.h WSrd-JOIIN Q. THOMPSON.
Fifth Ward-JACOB REINHARD.
Sixth Ward-JOHN ROEDER,
Seventh Ward WALSTEIN FAILING,
Eighth Ward E. B. ARMSTRONG,
Ninth Ward WILLIAM NAGHTON,
Firit Ward-HENRY FREELAND.
Second Ward C. BARTLING.
Third Wd-URIAH LATHROP.
Fonnk Ward WM. DOMIGAN.
Filth Ward FREDERICK BADER.
Sixth Ward JOHN ROSS.
Seventh Ward OH AS. W. ZOLLINGER.
Eighth Ward T. T. OVERLY.
Ninth Ward-S. W. PARK.
MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP TICKET.
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B. M. ALBERY.
G. P, SCHROLL.
JUSTICE 01 TBI PC10I,
U. vy. MEEKER.
J P REMMY,
L. C. KELLY.
Tub Winter Term of tbe City Putlio Schooli
closed yesterday. The popila will have a brief
vaoatlon natil a wetk from next Monday.wben
the Spring Term will commence.
ExcHiKOt d rtbel prisoners to tbe number of
four hundred and fifty, we naderatend, will Iea?e
Camp Chue to dy for Forireaa Monroe.
. Riligiodi NoTict The Rot. J. C. Tldball
will preach in the City Hall to morrow after
noon at half pet three o'olock.
i Thi following are tbe names of Union pris
oner! who bare been presented with first med
als, authorised by Congress, through the War
Department. Tney are all from Ohio: Ser
gean E. H. Maapo, Jioib Parrott, Wm. Pettin.
ger, Rcbsrt Buffjm, Wm. Rodick and Wm.
Onc hundred prisoners of war now In Camp
Chase, it is stated, have signified their desire
to take the oath of allegianoe, Instead of being
returned to the aervloe of the Confederacy.
"Why, Mrs. B how do you manage to hare
such nloe light Bread and Biscuit? " " Be
cause I use Hcrrick Allen's Gold Medal Sale
ratns. I nerer eaw any half as good. , I Ilka it
much better to use with cream tartar than I da
soda. I shall nerer nee any other. If you will
try one paper, Mrs. W.. yon. will say the same.
It bas almost cured my dyspepsia." Most of
tbe Grocers keep it.
Tac Zanetrllle papers record tbe reoent de
oease of a colored man in Melga township,
Muiklngum oonnty. at the adranoed age of one
hundred and two years.
Thi Noeth B&itish Rintw. This justly
celebrated Quarterly wai founded by Dr. Chal
mers, and since his death has been under the
editorial charge of Prof. Fraser. For some
time put It ba been less erangelioal than In
its earlier years, bnt it bas now got back to Its
fiut fattk and Is conducted with tba same rigor
and on tbe same principles which characterised
it when under the care of Chalmers.
The February number of tba North British
(reprint of L. Scott It Co., New York) la an
erldence that It Is conducted with that vigor
mm -f lt.11.nl ,1,.. Jtbt!nMntaka1 It In
luuyu.Hvi lumiwi mil Ul.IIUgUt.USU II Mi
'; The articles In this number are Convicts
. PUI.1 IMunwl1IVH VW. HIIMjkl WU VMS HI
Utsuch, Profeseor Wilsoo, Profeaaor Faim'i
Solentifia Biography of Gee the, Greece daring
the I&ut Thirty Yean, NotoIi aod NoreliflU Of
I..L.Mf. n.lrJAa fTL - T
-ifnaoiiof Parties. . .". V .
, Tba prloe of the North British Is $3 a year
. with Blackwood $5.
, . Etiir,a' Athimum Last Nioht' of Ma
and Mua Codldocx. Mr. Couldock's portrait
ore, at the Atheneum last night, of tba Imper
turable, cilm, yet energetio John Mlldmaj In
that axqulaltltely beiutiful domestio play of
Sttll Waters Run Deep," was in the highest
perfection of art, because It waa so true to real
life and so Just to nature. 'Indeed, all the per-
sonages in the drama were well represented.
Nerer Iras an andlence better entertained, aid
we may add, mora delightfully Instructed. !
This (Saturday) erening oompletes tha en-
11 gagamsnt of Mr. and Miss Couldook at the
AWnoo.ni. A plT LVftif SI,liM been, Iect
Diagram the Nine Wards of the City.
lal'mM. iPitf! wP'MenU?J '
w.y 01 uBinmoni 1a now giviaea.
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botwdarles, alsa tod location of the nine Wards
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Places of Holding Elections in the Several Wards.
1 be following are the nlacea at which tha aleotiana will ho haM in thn ..! W.rrfa nn
monaay, April bin :
let Ward Fraxier's Office, corner of Sprlngand
3d Ward Bnokeye House
3d Ward-City's Clerk's Offioe.
4th Ward Zetler House.
5th Ward South Engine House.
6th Ward Laurence Schneider's
7ih WardFirst Door South of V. Hette
8th Ward North Engine House.
9ib Ward- -Exchange Hotel.
ed, lo wbioh their unrivalled skill In represent
ing ohsraoter to the life will be exhibited to
the bett advantage. We antiolpale a full
bouse, as every one must be anxious to see
these excellent delineators of oharaoler on this
ocoasionof their last-appearance on our boards.
Foimituri at Auction. William R Kent
auotioneer, will sell at public vendue, at his
auctioo room, No. 102 South High street, on
Saturday, tbe 38th of Marob, commencing at
10 o'clock A. M , the following furniture, to
wit: Six sofa bottom Chairs, 3 sofa Rockers, 1
Susy Chair, 3 fancy Chairs, 1 Tete a Tete, 1
cane-bottom Rocker, 1 Lounge, 1 Gotbio Bed
stead and Mattress, 1 Bureau, Marble Top, 3
Wash Stands, Crookery Ware, 1 aet of China,
Brussels Carpel, nearly new, 1 three-ply
Carpet, bedroom Carpet and Druggetiog, 1
marble-top Center Table, 1 Mahogany Center
Tifele, Window Shades, 3 Quartette Stands,
1 first rate Singer Sewing Machine and other
miscellaneous artloles. Terms of sale, cash
upon delivery of the artloles sold.
I will sell at my auction room, 134 South
Fourth street, on Saturday miming next, one
ten pin table, a lot of household furniture, one
secood band buggy, and one three spring
V. R. GLAZIER,
Holdlera' Special Natlce. Do uty
to roaitelTM, pro Hot jour haaltb, om HO t'B
PILLS AND OINTMlNT. Por Woonds. Borei, Bowel
Oomptilnts and Fevers, tbey are a perfoot lafeguard.
fall dtnoUone bow to an them with every box. Only
Batchclor's Hair Dye!
THIS BEST IN THE WOULD.
WILLIAM A. BATOniLOB'B eelebrated Ualr Dye
produoes a eolor not to be dlttlnguUhed from nature
warranted not to Injun the Hair la the leit remediet
the Ul effects of bad dyes, and Invigorate! the Hair for
life. 0B1Y, BID, or BUSTY DAIB tnatanlly tarni
a tpleadid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft snd
beautiful. Sold byall Druggiitt, tto.
IHJ The genuine Is signed WILLIAM A. BATOHB-
LOB, oa Vuour eSdet of eaoi bom.
Facta rr No. 81 Barclay (Ureal,
(Late 833 Broadway end 10 Bond Street,) '
aaySS-dawly ' NEW YUUIa..'
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or rhoea CooteruplatiusT Marriage.
THI nnderilgned will glvelufomuUon oa a very In
itrtMng important subJeoV wuloh will be vain-
ad more than a thousand times ltt eoel by every married
o jn fie of any age or oondlllon In life The la foraatloa
will be sent by mail to any addrot on tbe receipt of B
eants (efleer) and one red stamp. I
All litters should be addrateed to )
0. B. MOBBIB, at D '
Executor's Sale of Real Estate
at the Court House,
IN THE CITY OF VuLUnOVS.
-yyiLL B SOLD, AT 10 O'OLOOp, A. M., .
On Tuesaay, site lttn dar April
t. The following Beal EsUU: )
13 Lota in Eaton's First Division, in Frankll
Lot So, 4, containing 1'aore and 134 rood.
6 Lota In Eaton'i Second Division.
Lot No. 11, containing one and one-half acres. "
" 19, " one and one-half acre I
"13, , " one and one-half ,
. nt ' one and one-half -,
' 19, " . .' three and one fourth sores
. a '- m three acres aad 54 roods.
Lot No- 8 of kBenignns's ssbdivlsion of out-lots SO and
Lot Mo. 101 In Crosby's DivUlon, SX acres, la Mont
g ornery towuhlp.
Lot Mo. 102 In Orotby't Division, eut half, IX scree.
Also, 19 other Lots in Baton's Division.
A. L. BAOKQB at JOHN OBIBNLBAf, 1
- At the elose of above sale tbe aniereigned' will offer
to eell to tbe highest bidder, Lot No. S3, of Baton'e
division, being the lot fronting oa the Harrisbarg Boad
and rivlr,ontainlng about 10 aeree with Borne, Stable
and other Improvements thereon, well oaloalated for
Terms of sale one aoarter eaah In hand and the bal
anoe in tarn yearly payaents with is tercet from day
oi sate. -,.$., --"
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Cincinnati Market.—March 26.
f LOUR A doll and scuttled market. Boptrflne
wm onereu h a 4uca?3 au, Dai in Tain
WHISKY ISO brli were dUpoied of t 44Xo, the
litter nte for wigon.
PBOVI8IONB No demand whatever for any article.
Lard could hare been bought at X9Xo, and bulk
meat! at 4 and 5o. It is smIim to attempt ghring
qnoUUons Intended to indioata what any article oould
be eold for.
GEO01EI18-A dull market, and prleei nominally
unchanged. There it nothing beyond a limited retail
trade doing. Sugar, li to 13io : OdtTee, 33Uo I and
OIL Unieed Is dull. There li no demand, and, ex
cepting la the retail way, prlcee are nominal.
WHEAT There wai an unproved demand to-day,
chiefly from tbe local mlllere, and the market ruled
toady at 1 S01 42 for prime red, and 1 1 85(81 27
for Indian or Ohio white. Kentucky white la scarce,
and for atrlctly prime qualltlee 1 331 .15 oould be
OOBH The demand eontlnaei good, with only mod
erate receipts, aad the market rnlee Arm at 6970o In
bulk, with aalee of 8,000 buib at these figure.. Shelled
can be told to a fair extent at 81(Be2e, Including aaokt.
10,000 bain thelled were taken xei'erda be the On.r-
termuter in tbit city at 85o, taekt Inclodtd, payable in
checkt on Washington. . . .
OiTB The offerlnirt ire more liberal. and tha danund
only moderate ; but holders were arm and not diipoied
w m mi, mm. no quow ae ine aaklag ng
uret, im in balk, and c, tackt Included. No talei
mau. puoiio. i - ,
Bra The market It unchanged and qalel.. We qaote
prime templet at 9597o on arrival, the former rate In
bulk and the latter to aaoka. oaoki to be retnrned.
BaBLlY The demand for the beat qualltlee to fair,
With only moderate offerlnea. and the market rale, firm
at $1 50 I 45 for State tprlog, and tl 00(91 65 for
rati, ine lower graaee are neglected and dull. The
taleewere 1,100 buih fair fall at ! SB, and 4U0 do at
$1 03. . t
HAY We have no chime to reDort In the market.
The receipts are only lair, and the demand good at
to w par ion ror prime Timouy la Dtlei oa arrival,
and 17 eoaiS OO from etore.
CHaiSB The market it unchanged and Arm. We
quote selected Wettero Beierve at Ho, and. Hamburg
and Bnt llih Dairy at UXCgtlSo.
BUTTKB The demand for prime and choice quail-
Uet eontinais good, fully ap to the eupply, end the
maritet rules nrm at V54iU7o in brli, and 2830c In
tmall peckageo. flualltiet below orlme aie dull at IB
BBBD Clover remalni dull, but we have no farther
change to report In piicet, and quote It nominally at
$4 0(k 90 in lota. Timothy it in fair request at
a w, ana tmau eaies are mating irom ttore at s so.
Cleveland Market—March 26.
heavy, and not definitely
quoiaoie. ' -
wukat untetdied and lower.
This afternoon there
are no buyers on any ternu.
OOKN Bale 1 car at ttbc on track, and 1 ear delivered
hiuh winks Bale ss brlt at 40o.
BUTTBB Sales common at Uo and choice roll at
OHBS8B Bales 13 boxes Hamburg at ISo.
LABD flalM country-rendered at 10c.
iaUB-ealeeatl3e, - " :. ,
I'BIBD APPLGB-lalea at lG17o. ' ,
OBB1N APPLBS Salet Hbrltat t SS.
OILS Balei Oarbon at 36o, package! Included.
Money Market—March 27.
terllnt firmer. Terr limited bnilneia. 154158
for first cuss bills.
Oold feverish and nntettledi onenlnir at 38. advancing
to 42, and doling at iOii.
Government stocks quits firm. O. 8. 6's '81 coupons
1 hi beat advice that oan be taken is to seee
your natural teeth and keen your arums sound
by using Hudson's dniivallid Tooth Fasti.
Call for it at Studer's, Marple'a, Bamuel's,
aooers a, wuson's, ocnueuer'a, Bnaup's, lien
ig's, Kidgway's, J. rowler's, D. D. S., or at
UrufttriMs, Dentists or Ferfumers anvwhere.
try is one ana an.
J. M. l v. kcerner.
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OTBTBBJ BI TBI 0AM IN THBIB MASON. ,
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Notice to Tax Payers for 1862.
rrVHB JTJHI DUPLIOATII ABI MAD1 OUT AND,
J. I am prepared to receive the la it half of the taxee
for the year 1808. Tax payers wilt eonealt their con-
vemsooo oy paying early in oner to avoid tne throng
of the lest few days before the 90th ot Jane. . Treasury
notes, Ohio Bank Paper and Bank of the State of Indiana,
wui ne recetvoa lor taxee.
JOBS . THOMPSON,
. . Tnuurir IranJIln County,
TaiAttmya'e Office, i
TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN
Last Night's Dispatches.
( LouiiviLLi, March 87. The Frankfort train
last night was delayed by a locomotive off the
traok. The train brought the news of the re
treat or toe rebels from Uanvilla toward Sam
ersel. Danville refugees are coming in, and
soma excitement exists ai Liextngton, but popd
r ujjiuiuu gains grouna mat tne recent inva
lion oi laeniuoKy waa meiely a cavalry raid.
Latib The Frankfort train la in. Tha na
Sengera disagree In their reports concerning
luo ovauuauwu Ul LdUTlIie.
AmNO0M.A Ineclal disnatah to the Jour.
nal saya eighty men of the 9th Kentucky Cav.
airy surprlred the rebel pickets In the vicinity
of Danville last aveulue, who retreaiad to
Danville In ereat disorder. The rebel foroe
In Danville was 2.5U0, loolodlntf the 1st Geor
gia regiment. This proves that the rumors of
tbe rebel abandonment of Danville are tncor-
reot, , .
Lizinoton, K?., Marob 27. Train nassen
gers say our forces reorossed Duck river in our
suit af the rebels. Other aooounts Insist that
the rebels have left DalvUIb. Passengers from
Mount sterling, Jaet arrived, report ail quiet.
HlaDQUaaTIkS ABMr Or THI POTOMia. March
Tti. Ktcnmona papers of tne aoth?and SGib
contain tbs followiog:
Mobili, March 3d. Tbe Apneat of the 21 it
says the steamer says the steamer Natohei,
witb thirteen hundred bales of octton. was da-
Stroyea ny nre on tne utn on ber t ip np tbe
Yasao. Tha Hartford and Mononeahela
allowed to approach within four hundred vards
oi our naileries ai uoaua uuu, woeo tney open
ed fire upon them, tbe vessels replying witb
broadsides several times. A dozea shots struck
tbe vessels. Parties were seen carrying the
wounded below, no damage oo our side.
Tbe Natchez Courier says the Hartford, with
Com. Farrsgnt on board, anchored in front of
tost city on laesaay aiternooo, tbe 16th. and
sent a small bout with a flag of truca aahora
with a note addressed to the Major, stating thst
if tbe U. 8. gunboats were fired upon by the
people ot Natohez or by snerrillaa. ha would
bombard the oity. Tba Hartford remained all
night and left with the Monongabela lo the
chattanoqoa , March 23.--There wua no
movement of tbe army of Teonesiee. Oo
Tuesday the enemy advanced nn tha mud tram
Franklin toward Columbia, but on Satarday
retreated to Franklia. Van Dorn is still on the
North side of Duck river. Our farces oo-
oaPJ Florence and Tnsoumbis. There has
been no movement of tbe enemy from Cornlib
in thg direction- Morgan had a fight at Au
DD,, Canaan county, Tenn., on Friday with an
over helming force of the enemy. Ha longhi
gallantly aod killed and wounded a number,
bt was at last forced to retire.
vharliston, Maroh 35. We have autbentio
report that the fleet at Port Royal bad been
Increased lo one hundred and fiftv ve aela.
about thirty-five transports having been added
wimin tne last two days.
Ibe Whig contains a detailed rebel ac
count of tne fight at Kellev'a Ford.
claiming that their foiot was cut Irom
five hundred ta ten thousand cavalry; but tub
equeotly five regiments and one battery are
enumerated. Tbey claim a victory, because,
as they state, the object of tbe raid was frus
trated Tbe new impressment bill has pitted
both Houses of Congress.
Additional European News by the
New Yoik, March 27. All tbe independ
ent members ot the Council ot state of Poland
have sent in their resignations. It is reported
the Cztr oi RusBia bas sent a dispatoh staling
that whatever may be tnougbt ol tbe abstract
luetics of ibe demands of tbe Poles, tbe fc.m
peror Alcisnaer can listen to no overture or
terms of compromise so long ai tney coaiinue
in armed Inenrreotion.
A Cabins; Council basibeen held iu raria to
consider wbat action was neoessary Is regard
to tbe above dispatch.
A .Craoow telegram ot tne iutn lust, ssys
that preparations are being made by both the
Poles aud Russians for a great battU. .
Tbe Loudon Times says advices Irom Paris
slate that the cause of tbe redaction of rate of
discount of tbe Bank or trance Is owing to a
considerable influx of bullion from Amerloa.
Further reduotion in the rate of discount was
obeckod by a further downward movement In
London, Maroh 13. It Is said that tha renlv
of tbe Cztr of Russia to tbe letter of tbe Em-
oerar ot Frauoe la a refusal on tbe part of Rus
sia to make any concessions to Poland, or to
accept of anything short ot the'unoonditionsl
submission of tbe rebels.
Tbe insurrectionary forces of Poland are
computed at iorty thousand. The ship Prince
of Wales, from Melbourne, reports she was
brought to on the 23d of February in lat 31)
long 44 weal by tha Alabama, wbo reported
having dealroyed thirty-four Federal vessels
during her oruise.
Caiao, Maroh 27. Last Saturday night anoth
er barge containing one thousand bushels 00a)
floated past the batteries at Vicksburg, safely,
for tbe use ot rarragut'a boat.
Tbe Memphis Bulletin ot Wednesday says
three of Potter's gunboats reached tbe Yar. 00
river by tbe Suiflower route, and bad reached
Greenwood. It further says our foroea at
Greenwood abandoned the undertaking of for
cing the passage and waa on the return when
it met Qnlmby's division coming to reinforce
them. The result of the oonierence was un
known, but It was thought the whole force
Niw Toaa, March 27. The rebel Col. Tat.
cott, who oooeltuoted the fortifications at York
town aod Fort Darling, was arrested in this oity
to-day and placed in rort Lafayette.
Washington, Marob 37. The representative
chiefs of tbe Cbeyennes, Arapahoes, Careen
obes and other Indian tribes Irom tbe plains,
accompanied bj the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs and Saperintendaut of the Cohens, vis
ited the Exeentive Mansion to-day.
Alsamy, N. Y. March 37. Water has re
ceded two teet. It is still several feel over
tbe dooks. Between Albany and Stookport the
ioe is firm and formidable. Tbe railroads are
running on time aod ths mails are regular. !
HikiiBBDta, Pa., Maroh 27. Gov. Curtin
telegraphs to-day from the army of the Poto
mac that he finds the army in admirable con
dition and good spirits, with foil confidence in
tbeir Lblet ana subordinate offloera. Ilia in
tention before returning is to visit nearly, if
not quite, all tbe Pennsylvania troops in the
Dunkibe, March 97. Tha
York, left Dunkirk at half nast eicht this mn.
ing for Cleveland and Toledo.' Navigation is
now entirely tree and unobstructed to end from
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Salt Laki, March 27. Everything quiet.
No more ezoltement In this oily. Tba Indians
bnrned Boyd's station this side Deep ereek last
1,000 Agenu Wanted.
THE HI8T0HY OF TEE EEBZLLIOH
BY JOHN S. C. ABBOTT. j
Agents wanted, to sollolt subscription's. Hons bat ox-,
perienoed men need apply.
. . j SEND FOR OUR CIRCULAR. j
Also, Agints and Newt Dealers supplied with oar
HISTORICAL W A B ' n A P.
ajTATIONERx- PACKAGES, ate.
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rxintly needed In evarv fuillr and bv avarv
wvnvnt varr llfia. ana nonaeia. - Aemita vanrad anearv.
yhere. Oall and eee, or a sample sent by mall, free of
puaugo, ior iu oenis, IBM retails for SI. by at, L, V7UL-
uwii, no. 1 iv unatnaa square, slew York. . martHtf
House to Bent.
A TWO STORY VRAM DWILLIHO, with eleven
rooms In good repair, with good out houses, throb
eery, and every thing complete. Bald houae la oa the
Worthlneton Flank road, near the first Toli-nte. tor
garUcuUnv Inquire at this effice, or et,k!o. 71 West
. r ! nfaaafaclarw and Wholesale Dealer la. 1
'Tucker's Patent Spring Bed."
'1 lUHBti uedt are particularly noted for their 0 lean II
A. neet. Ban and Durabllitv. and are warranted to ilva
seneot taimaouon. bibah tuuhib,
no. x severe uiock, Boiton, nut.
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TYT a Philadelphia Oomalarlon Boute, an Bnergetle
mj man. navui a general knowledee 01 weatern Fro
duce, and wbo ean Influence a Weitern Trade. SatUfic
lory reference required.' Address A. F. U., Box 2571,
St. Mary's Female Academy.
oaureeti Perry Co., onia.
rriniS Initltatlon, oonducled by Blitsrs of ths Order
M. of Bt. Domlnio. Is situated on a beaatirul eminence
in tbe vlolnlty of Somerset. The Play Oroundi are am
pie, and well arraniied for recreation. The elloatlon Is
10 healthy, that, for years, there bas beeo no slokniss
wnatever in tne Academy.
Thle Initltatlon Is well provided with competent and
experienced Teachers, who spare 00 efforts lo render the
academy wortny or patronage.
. The Discipline, though firm and uniform, Is mild and
Terme, per annum, S80, SP5, B90 and 100, aocordiog
w me department 01 tne puvii. axtra cnarsei Latin.
Muiio, Painting, Waahing, Bed and Stationery.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Nov Spring Silks,
Entirely new elylet of , .1 ;
CLOAKS, SACaUES, TALMAS
New Spring Traveling & other
In great variety; and always at ths lowest prion.
BAIN Si SON,
23. SS. 37. SB HIOH STBIBT.
New Spring Gassimeres
in greit variety. Alto,
Spring & Summer Wear Goods,
Of every description, for both Men and Boyt.
BAIN k SON,
23. 85. 27. 39 BIQH STBEBT.
Z3.XaNT c3 OOlNTy
Not. 23, 25, 2T 4c 29, Hlg b Street,
Are now receiving
New Spring Goods,
lo great variety.
Columbus, March 13, 1S03.
New Spring Shawls,
" Dress Goods,
,." " Spring. Cloaks, .
Also goods adapted to the season for men snd boys
wear, sow opening oy .
Oolombut, March 13.
Noa. T9 and 81 Worm street,
INVITK9 TBB ATTINTION OF BUTIBB TO BIS
LARGE STOCK OF
; Floor Oil Cloths
Mattings, Bugs, Drugget, &c,
Which he offere at prteee which oan not fail to make a
good Imprenion on flrtt elaas boyere. :
r. W. HOTCHKI88, Manager, invites hie
rricnai ro can ana examine tne stock.
L. 0. SAILBV.
J. a. THOMrson.
B. B. SMITH
BAILEY, THOMPSON ft CO.,
Deaievo in Coin, Domoailede Forelta.
Excbanffe.VJncurrent money-; ic.
Office 274 South High Street,
LOTS FOB SALK.
EVEN VEItV DESIRABLE LOIS
1 In Wm. A. GUI's last Addition to ths dtv of Oo-
lambus. One of them on the corner of Broadway and
But Pnblle Lsoe, and six In two Biooks of three Lota
eaoh, fronting North and doath on Oak atreet, near tbe
ast enu, on tne most eievatea ground in the oity.
From 20 to 60 Lots
In Wm. A. Gill's Second North Addition to the city Of
uoiumoua. on mm aw lias oi niga aireet, a rew rods
North of the Depot. These lots have a rich, keck, al
luvial soil of 8(4 or 3 feet, underlaid bv 38 or mora feat
of gravel. Located near ths B. B. shops and other
large manufacturing eatabllshments, V. B. Arsenal
grounds, and In the North part of tbe city, renders ths
6 resent a good opportunity tor mechanics, Laboring
lea and othere to oeouro, at a email ooit, a homestead
near their builneee. At no time elnoe the formation of
the Government, hae mone y been oo abundant, or labor
so wen remunerated ae ins present.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUF.
Seal Bstate has not yet advaneed In nrooortion lo
For particulars, Inquire of '
, WM. A. GILL,
No. 30 North High St., Columbus, 0.
lanST-dSa . , , . . .
DIL ADOLFUS a
Select School for Young Gentl'mei
AT FLOBA a. HOFJME, TWO ITIlXEg
North of OoUege BUI. Tbe couiaa of stady em-
braoee the Ancient and Modern Lasgoages, together
with kfathemattca, Natural Philosophy, Natural History
UWI VIMNHWi u ' ,
. The atady of the French and German Isagaages on
stttntes a prominent reatara of the Bchool. Amisted by
teaehen of eminence In science, the Principal feels Jos
Uflad In promising his pupils all the beueflte of a Bore-
Tha Bohool Is aarseablv id touted on an niri
the boose Is aeonunodieat building, measuring 179 feet
wiiva,.- - - ' - -- - - . , i
Tha Bchool ooaHaaee ta eeeetea daring the hot seseoa,
as tha refreshing rural eoenery la wbioh tt ts located
noius eut graat aavansagee.
Tonne, Including tuition, board, waahing, foal, light
ete., per annum, payable quarterly la edvanoe. f
" ' aarawjnesat 1 J., -''
. Bon. Belamy gtorer, Prof. Oeo. 1. Dar. LaniBemini-
ry.B.f. Oary, ltq., Wm. P. Halbart, Beq., Boberl
Mitchell, Biq. .Milton Baylor. Beq., Hon. George Boad
ley, Bev. B. Allyo, Fnetdenl Wealeyaa Female College,
David fllbsoa.Ksq., B. Keailer, Iiq., W. S. Wright,
BsqBon. t. B. SUIIOvil.V. Ada. Biq.,B. Homana,
Jr.. Washington McLean, Bsq-i M.f. Btarr, Bsq., ete.
saaaaarsp i i 9
CALL TUB AVTENTIOn oCHr
public to their large atook of "
CLOTHS, CAS3IMERE3, f: V l; ? '
j CL0AKING8, JEANS, - tl
: PRINTS, MUSLINS, IIP .
i . , SUEETINGS. SHIRTINGS,
IRISH AND TABLE LINENS, ' "
, ,, . NAPKINS AND DOYLIES.
And general steortaeo.1 of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
j' ' ' Also' to their largi stock of '''' '
HOUSE FUENISHING GOODS.
j Velvet and. Brussels Carpeting, ,a
J Three Ply and. Ingrain do.
Venetian Bug and Stair do.
' Oil Cloths, Ruga, . . .
Gilt Shades, Cornices.
Buff, Green aad White If ollandr
Lace and Swiss Curtaias.
Damask at do. etc. etc, (
.- - , .... .
Oar present ttock wu Dnrahuid nrerlnn. to th
advance that hae reeentlv latea nlace In tha auum
eitiee, In all kinds of goods, and we ere prepared and
eniug uirteiy ai pnnee lese man msnuiaotarere'.
we oan anora to give good ksrgalae. Call aad ess..
J. D. OSBORN ft CO.,
. Opposite Goodale dc 17 . . Hotolo.
janl4-d3si . . , .. r 1'
Country Produce Oommi8flion House.
ths old new or
Miller St Carpenter.
No SJSrie BuMngi, Ntu York, (300 VTesi.
STILL reoelve and sell Flour, Oraln, Butler, Lard.
Cheeea. Hunt. Pork. n ...... T.-..i
rafts, Poultry, tlame, etc
Oath advano.d on Ihlomenti. and nmmnl Mtnm.
made of nlee. Send for oar Price Oaneot list.
Bmxiiicn: Prflflldant of tha Irainv n.nir m v m.
B...l 1 v . B ... X . . - 1 '
iimucuiuiH, 1 . m. m. naiiwav uo
3o. 1 Oould At Hlo-
bard, Warsaw, K. T.; D. Baldwin. Bio., Fowler, Ohio!
ui m aaHuBl, alfMUVUITItUiilD, m m
Biq , JOBMTilMf MiOQ.
ADJOININflN. T. OXNTBAL, LAKI BORI. AS
IBII BAILBOAD DEPOTS, BUFFALO, M. T.
The Moot Cuaamteaf Home in the City.
TBB Wadiworth Booet has recently been Feinted,
Fresooed and return iihed throashcul, and Is now
one of the best appointed Boutet in the State. Its prox
imity to the principal Railroad Depot! render! It partic
ularly desirable to travelers at a ttopplng place, whlla
none of the old prejudice which hae exiited against
houses contiguous to Ballroad Depots ean attach to it.
Paieengere will observe the Boom on entering the de
pot. Look on the rurht-hand aide I Ooat rnna An th
arrival of the train. Twenty minatee allowed in chang
ing baggage. A good Bostaoraot ii attached to the Boats,
ths sod of the Depot. Accommodations for thi-eibea-dred
JAMES Q BULL,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
Office in Piatt's Building, No, li, East
febl-d8m ' ' ' . .. v
TAYLOR & WALL,
, : .Third Street,
Opposite the First Presbyterian Church,
KKBP CONSTANTLY ON BAND
READY MADE COFFINS,
Or ALL. KINDS.
They have the sole rhrht for Franklin
Btoafaoturfl ftod Ml of . .
Schueller'a Air-Tight Burial Casea,
Tbeee, for durability and neatneee, are superior ta the
metallic eaees, snd the eoet is only one-half ae mach.
Tbeee Burial Oaeee are alto the beet end moot soluble
for transporting to a dltttoe the bodies of demand
persons, ae they are perfectly alr-Ught, and will preserve
oorpsae longer than metallic oaeee.
No. 110 WestFonrth Street,
BETWEEN VINE fc RACE.
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ABI BiapaOTFULLT ADVISBD TBAT MY
Bouse Is oow folly systematiaed, and ready for the
entertainment of the boslaees oommualty.
THE EATING COUNTER,
UO the Sret floor. Will ha nndar n ixnnn.l aunl,.
vu, ana win oa aept wen aaDDiiad.
out a raw mi
few minutes to spare from business, will find
Oysters in every Style, Game, Heats, etc.
From 10K o'eloek A. at. anUI 11 r. af. I sollelt a
there ol builneee patronage.
Deo. SI, S-tf.
Wm. B. Bradbury's
NO. 4W BROOME STBIBT, NBW YOBK.
Tn3 fobscrlber wspsctfully Invitee the attention ot
X bli friend! and the public generally to hie Piano
Forte Establishment, at No. 437 Broome Stmt.
Having withdrawn hie In tenet, ttock and materials from
ths late firm of "Llgbte Ac Bradbarys," which Brm wa.
dissolved on the 31st January alt., and having purchas
ed the entire etock of Piano-Fortee and Piano-Forte ma
terial, owned by bis brother, Xdward O. Bradbury, la
the said Srm, he Is now prepared to supply the Iniaeamil
demand for hie eelebrated Piano Fortes. Xmployina
the moot eklllful and axDerlanaad arrlrma . . i .
stock of ths beet and most thoroughly seasoned materi
al, and an abundance of Capital. Be has taken In hand
the personal supervision of tbe whole basineoss of man
ufacturing his instramsnts, and Is enabled to torn oat
rimnu-runee oi ameqaaiiea rone ana aiuraMenets.
BSiBSoai'sNaw Beau PUiio-Vaan.ln thn...
ment of oar new Scale, drawn and prepared with the al
most care, expressly for oar now instntmente, we have
added every Improvement which oan In any way tend
to thperfeeUon of tbe Piano-For ta, tad we ean oonfl
denUy assert, thai for delioaoy of toooh, volume, bril
liancy and sweetness of tone, combined with that strength
and solidity of frame necessary to dotabllity, these in
struments an unequalled. .! ,
" Bnmrara an Bcaorr " Is oar motto, and we In
vite the eloeeet erlttoiem or the beet unbiased ladgee In
tbe land. If very instrument warranted for inmn.
. WM. B. BBADBOBY,
.i7 " St., eor. of Orosby, New York,
mchll d3m . -..
T.;; T. OVERU.Y,
., Dealer In
Foreign and Doiestie jnlts,
PURE WINES AND LIOUORS
CHOICE FAMILFi FIOUB,
Ko. fi9 KorthHifh if treat,
Country prodnoa takan in axohange for koods.
Goods deliTred fret ol' eVarM to any
Onion Setts I , Onion. Jetts!
TXTHOLHAU A1TD BFTAIX, BT
TT" ,W, U. KEariEAFJX.
fb5-tf lOtaeatt High street.