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TUESDAY MOKNJNG, MARCH 3, 1863.
Rail Road Time Table. Showing th arrival and departure of trains at Oolum i. Oiud alter February lo, 1803, tralniwlll run bna follow tirru Mum fc 0trioi fc Xu u. B. .. . .. . Leave. uinoinnatt aooommodatlon , 6:50 A. M Cincinnati Bxprei 1.30 P.M. Mill and Accommodation... 3:00 P. M. Night aapreaa, via Dayton, 1:110 A. M. Arrlv 8:25 P, M 1:0U P. M. 1S:I0 A.M. 3:33 A. M J Ma . A7 nanm a hhi Oolumbdi A. Cuvun B ft. IJIghtJiprew 4:00 A.M. 180 A M NW Torklxprcn lilt P.M. . liWIP.M Jamcs P.rrtto, Agtni. OornuaOaioB. B. Ho. 4 Iiprai 1.15 p. u, ,.M p J W. J. Jul, Agent. rrrrtauaaii, 0.tatci At OiacimuTi h. B. " Trin 4:00 A.M. 1:05 P. M liprtts Train H1SP.M. k'maIm Joi. Boiimion, Agent. 0UMRII It ..DUaoroill, B. B. (Ooumint Piqua At I.oiama B. B.) no. i Exprett TA0 A. M. 11:45 A. M. .....3:00 P.M. 0:00 P.M. Hiu, Agent State and Local News. STRANGERS INT THE CITY, AND ALL OTHERS 'wishing to while away an hour la pleasant and ftffPAMhla mnaamonr ihnnM a--. . it a b!. tha manntflnit WINANT BILLIARD ROOMI! Two doors North of the Noil House. IT CONTAINS TEN SPLENDID TABLES! Also, we $1,500 Premium Carrom Table. Kept Id the neatest style, with any quantity of the beet of Cues, Balls, etc., eta ju. 6-tf. Boarding Wanted A gentleman is deatr ous ta procure boarding and a nice room in a private family, or at a good boardlnr house. within a reasonable distance of the State House. Inquire at tbe editorial rooms of the Statismaw. . m3-i4t Gti. Garfiild, of Ohio, has been appointed Chief of Staff to Geo. Roeeorans. Tbiri are now three hundred and thirty-one patients in the various military hospitals in Cincinnati. HaSpir's VVieklv for March 7, containing a portrait and biography of Nicholas Longworth, ibe late Western millionaire, Is for sale by Thompson at tbe PostoHlce. Corns of Mr. Vallandlgbam's speech on the Civil War in America, delivered In Con gress Jan. 14. 18C3, may be obtained or Slnder on State street. Suicide or a Soldier A ead affair occurred at Newark yesterday. The faots as stated to ns are these A son of Mr. Luke K. Warner, of that city, was arrested by a squad of men aa a deserter from bis regiment, the 7G.h Ohio. He was taken lo the railroad depot accompa nied by his father. Jast as the train was sbout to start, In which young Warner was to go on his return to his rfgirneor, be stepped a little t) one side on tbe platform of the depot, and shot binwelf with a revolver through tbe heart. He died Instantly. It was truly a sad and de plorable occurrence. Oaviord & Simohtjn's Billiard Roou Mews. II. B Gi)lord and Mark Simpnton have purchased the Billiard establishment of Mr. James Brnadbult orcr the tld Paslcffice on State street, where they will koop open a Bil liaid Room with splendid tables and the other appurtenances necessary for a first-rato ettsb lishment. Every thing in the Room will be fonnd at all times in celt and prime order. We are glad ta see a disposition on the part of manufaoturors in this country lo excel in quality, and of consumers ti purchase tbe bent In the market, especially in tbe articles which enter Into tbe food of man. We are leJ to the above remarks since having the pleasure of citing some very nice lip.ht biscuit, made from Herrick Allen's Gold Medal Saleratns. Our belter balf pronounoes it tbe best sho ever saw. Try it. Most all the Grooors and many Drug gists sell it. The Polemoriha We have never seen a panoramic exhibition wb'ch could compare with this as a painting every picture Is so faithful to liif , and so full of interest. We could nut, if we would, sy which of the paint ings we preferred, for all are verv beautifnl. and tbe battles are so spirited and loll of life fiat the beholder ioiaginea he beholds the soeoe as it was ecmctsd, with tbe booming of the cannon, the rattle of the musketry, the gallant charge, and tho groans of tha gallant dying. We advise all to see this great and original exhibition, and we art- well assured that those who follow our ftJv.o jwill never re pent it. f he pictures are unrolled agaiu thin eveulog at Naughton Hall. A Valuable Book J. II. Riley & Co., of this city, have a few more copies of that famous book, "Cotton is Kino.'1 The book contains over nine hundred large octavo pages hand somely printed, with five finely executed eteel engraved likenesses; and bound In substantial law binding. Price $5, Eighteen thousand copies of this large vol ume were sold iu one year. Its sale in tbe Southern States in 1860 caused many popular oommotiona aud led to a large number of ar reetj. In some oases tbe books were seized and burned. . . Messrs. Riley & Co. have also for sale that most valuable book, " Pulpit Politics," an elaborate refutation of Abolition theories and logic lo tbe light of history and facta. It oon. tains eight hundred pages, and is sold at tbe old price, $3. "The Meanest of Thieves." Under this very approprists head, the Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturday relates the following:; 1 It has been related to ns that a lady, whose husband is In the army, went to tbe express omoe yesieraay, in me expectation of getting a remittance from him, and received $50 in greenbacks. A few minutes after she was met on fourth street, at tbe Melodeon Bulldinse.b a plausible and well dressed gentleman, who aooostea net witn, "maaime, tnose notes yon just received at oar offloe are none of the best; In fact, they are a good deal below par, and yon had batlAV h&va thm etmhnaaA lot m them, and I will step up stairs 1 0 the bank and obtain tbe gold for yon." Without the alight . est luaplolon, she Intrusted the money to tbe polite stranger, supposing he was a clerk in the offina mvliAtA aha had hnk a fnw mntAim 'received it. He went tap the flight of stairs ' leading to the Melodeon Buildings on Fourth street, and. of eonrse, came down the stain on Walnut street, and made his escape, leaving I ' " 1 1 g y afford to lose her money, and, therefore, It 000 of the most outrageous robberies that aa ever committed lo thfs city. Marina, thsDuohess of Malfl, was played at the Alhenenm last evening by Mrs. Waller be fore a large and highly pleased audience. At me close of tbe third aot, when the aolioo of tne play begins to approach a crisis, so great was tbe enthusiasm of the audience that she was called before the curtain and warmly an plauded. It was a tribute enontantonsl an. corded to one whose representations of passion this celebrated trained v has all tha torrihia earnestness of the strong yet womanlv ohp. ter sue delineates Shakspeare'i great iratedv of Mnhh .111 be produced at tbe Atheneum Ibis fTnaidati evening, with a powerful and effective east. Mrs. Waller will appear as Ltdv Mar.hath. . character In whlob she It unrivaled. The whole play, with all its wild and thrllllne tit a ... " icDues, win oe presented In a style that would do credit to tbe best theaters In an. i.Uf olties. It will be followed h u.. laugoaoie laroe, tne Ubetlnate Family. Secure your seats early, for there will be a jam at rJllsier's Atnenenm to-night. The London Quarterly Review ThA Jan uary number of this Review ha th. rnn.:.. a.,1.1... D ... . - 8 """ ra; institutes lor Working Men; voasuiuHonai uovornmcnt In Russia; New Testament; South Kensington Museum and Loan Exhibition; Tbe Ticket of Leave System; Life of John Wilson: The Stinhona Miamii.. nice; Four Years of a Reforminine Adminia- tratlon. Tbe essays on Institutes for Working and on Conetitutionftl Government In R nan in.. are interesting the latter especially so, as it aeveiopes a lant, perhaps, not generally known, that Russia In ber earlior history eDjoyed a high degreo of eonstitntlonal freedom, which has been wrested from her peoplo, by tbe grad ual encroachments of successive de-nntn. Tha article headed "The Ticket of Leavo System," discusses the propriety of shortening the torm of imprisonment for criminals, bv arrantinir what la called tickets of leave to be forfeited inea e of misbehavior. The criticisms on Mrs. Gordon's life of her father, Professor Wilson, will of course attract the attention of everv body of a literary turn. Tbe London Quarterly is republished bv L. Seott & Co., Now York, at 43 a year, with Blackwood's Magazine, at $5. Council Proceedings, A t tbe meetinir of the City Council last evening, Mr. Funston, the City Clerk, presented the following Statement of th Receipts and VMurtementt of the City of Coluvtbtit from February 8, lo ilarch t, I era, incluaive: EK0IIPT8. Balance In Treaiury. Feb. 3 ao"7 55 W her! rent on lot 773 to Jan. 1, lr.83. . $24 1 0 Market Houm Oolleolloni lor Feb 140 85 Rlnee and Liceniei for Pen SO 6i Wharf 1 en U. on lota 780 anil 78 to Feb. 18, 40 00 300 90 1.188 45 I'lBBUBSEMENrS. Pilfl Danartment.... a.ilc At Oily Police Jul Si Market Home, etc 40 67 Mlartea. ate...... mini Incidental! t. 399- uas Repair, elr 12 74 Ohailty Fund 45 87 Qoodale Patk 5 25 Bewen anU Drainage 4 n7 1,071 08 117 37 Balance In Treaiury, March 3 JK188 45 The Street Commissioner reported that dur ing tbe month of February there had been em ployed by him horses and oarts to the amount of jU J7; and that during the same time the Cbain-gnDg bad porformed 140 days' work. Mr Douty.trom tbe committee on tbe Fire De partment, reported favorably to the purchase of a Meam l ire bogine to be placed In tbe South Logiue House, and submitted a resolution. which was adopted, authorizing tbe committee ou (be Fire Department, together with the Chief Engineer, to contract witbSilnby, Alyud ers & Co. ljr one of their Steam Fire Engines of the same pattern as those now owned by the city. Mr. Douty, as a select committee, reoorted the ordinance to create additional wards, and denning the limits of the present wards In the oity of Columbus, which was read the first time. Mr. Smith introduced an ordinance, which was read the first time, to grade, pave and gravel North Pobllo lane. Mr. Eberly Introduced on ordinance, which was read three timet and passed, to grade and pave on Scioto street, between Riob and Friend streets. Tbe Council eleoted the following special polioemen to serve till tbe third Monday In May, 18(54: R. M McEwtn and Samuel Han- Icy. Candidate for Mayer. The undersigned is a candidate for Mayor of this city. Circumstances, combined with solici tations from numerous clt'iens, induce me to offer myself as a candidate for that offioe. at the entulng Spring election, subject to the Dem ocratic Convention. I therefore invoke tbe warm and generous support ol my old friends, who have so often cheered me on in my busi ness Inr over thirty tears. Thev know how suitable wonld be the capacity; how deserved tbe honors or the station, and with what care and fidelity 1 would discharge tbe trust reposed u aiz nesDeoiioiiv. C. W. KENT, Sr. The beat Adviae that nan ha tnlran la tn mm your natural teeth and keep your gums sound by using Hudson's unrivalled Tooth Paste. " ur it at ctuuerH, inarpie b, oamuera, Robert's, Wilson's, Schneller's, Shaup'a, Den ig's, Ridgway's, J. Fowler's, D. D. 8., or at Drucelsts. Dentists or Parlumura anvwhara Try it one aud all. NEIL HOUSE, Opened Sept. 16th, 1863. IMMEDIATELT ' Opposite) Capitol Building, High Street, Columbus, Ohio. Is Now Ready for the Reoeption of . WALSTEIN FAILING, Proprietor. 108. I. OUXBXRTSON, AafUTAjrr. aeptl8Y9-dtf PURE WINES. PURE BRANDIE3. ' V.. i '. PURI WHISKIES. Fet aisdlctaal narposes, tor sals bv WH. H. MITUA0I, TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN Last Night's Dispatches. The Indianola Captured by the Rebels. U. S. Mississippi SQUADRON. Feb. 27, Via MEMPHIS, March 1. Hon. Qideon Welle t. Secrtlani ni lit !Vm. Sir I ravrat In Inform la bas also fallen Into tbe hands of the enemy. The rams Wahh anil Ona.n of k Wont ... taoked her twenty.five miles from here and rammed ber until she surrendered; all of wbicb uu ue imueu 10 a non compliance witn my in strnctlons, I do not know the particulars. (Signed) D. PORTER, Commanding. New York, Maroh 2 Advices from Ouata maia say mat mat State bas declared war against Salvador. President Carrara had marched with two to six thoneand men. A Murfrcesboro letter says Gen. Rosecrans bas Issued an order nrnhlhitlnv tho r.l.ir,n.f i Enquirer and Chicago Times circulating in tbe i.iuij ui iu vuiuouriana. Washington. Marnh 3 Th. Jas. L. Fisk's North Overland Ex nariltinn vol M..U! . - .1 .1 WW . 3 w. auuuiiitea to me nouse to aay. it was organ ized for tha nrritentinn nt amlsiint. route from Fort Benton, In Dakotab Territory, Prt ui wuioa wan surveyed Dy tne late lament ed Gen. Stenhana. The Siircaon-Ganaral h.a rannmtn.nilail rnn. gross to pay Dr. Morton $200,000 for tbe use .i . . , . . ui nvoer iu iue army ana navy. Tbo Times speoial says Cassias M. Clay will I A J ..... . n . " do connrmea as muiaior to itnama. Mrpot.. ouw.ru a.Tiug personally urged it. D I .1 ... New York. March 2 Tho atonmor VaA, arrived at this norl hrlnun Llvarnnnl n.n.p. of r ----a- - r-.-- ,.r. w. iuo auia un , ana ionaon telegrams oi tne same unj. iue ioies naa capturea several places. A battle was expected near Micboro, bnt tbe Russians withdrew. It la rnnnrtnil tha .loan nt Nankin has been abandoned. Tbe Times argncs that the blockade of inarieston was not raised there was not even an intermission. Tho Post takes tbe same view. It says tbe suspension of tbe blockade for a few hours did not terminate, nor did It Impose npon tbe blockading power tho necessity of giv ing fresh notice to neutral State of an Intrn. tion to blockade. No late commercial news. Naval Matters. KiLlffit. Marph 2 Thoatoam.p Dnlta fmrtm St. Thomas 20tb, and Bermuda S5tb ult., has arrived. She reports on the 12th of February, In lat. 24, long. C5, the Florida ciptured and bnrned tbe ship Jacob Bell, bound from China r xt. V t- rri 7 . r, 11 1 1 or huh iota, 1 ue Jttcuu cell uaa Bixteen lundrad tnnanf taa. Flor naaaoncAp. ami rram were transferred to a Danish vessel. Tbe U. S. steamer Alabama left St. Tl.omas on tho 0tb of rebruary in search of the Florida. The steamer Columbia ran the blockade at Wilmington, N. C , and bad arrived at St. George with a cargo ol cotton. Tbe Columbia reoorted tbe arrival at Wilmington of tha steamer Giraffe- Tbe carco of the Jacob. Ball van rhicfls fnr Eogllsh account, valued at $600,000, indued In Ensland fur New York. Tho v.ennl and t..ihi wore valued at $100,0110, insured In New Yoik and B)ston. Government is a heavy l. aer. as tbe duties would have been $17,000 The Vanderbilt was at St. Thorn. on h 20th, to leave next day on a ctuiso. iue federal ship liephcrd Knapp left St. Thomas the week previous, in eeirrta of the reoet pirate AiaDama. , A number ol Federal vessels were at St. Thomas, fearing to leave lest they should fall a prey to the pirates. The officers of -the Florida say they paesed the Light in company wild the Vandeibilt THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Third Session. WASHINGTON, March 2. Senate. Mr. Chandler presented a resolu tion from tbe Legislature of Michigan aptuotiug the President's proclamation. Mr. Chandler called up the bill fur the pro tection of abandoned property and for the pre vention of fraud in Insurrectionary districts. Tbe ponding question being on the motion to strike out tbe section providing for the pur chase of cotton, rice, sugar aud tobacco, the motiou was lost 14 to 21. Mr. Clark offered an amendment, providing that any officer or private coming iulo posses sion of any such abandoned property shall turn the same over to an agent of the Government, and failing to do so, they shall bo tried by oourt martial. Adopted. Mr. Davis offered an amendment, that any officer plundering or secreting property, or bar tering or selling cotton, rice or tobacco, or In nw bit .irilnir nnw Ana alan tn An thta al.All k dismissed from service and forever be Incapa ble ot noiaing any omce or piace in tne service. Mr. Powell moved to Insert the word "taking" after tbe word "plundering," and the woid "money" after the word "property." He had evideuce that officers in tbe West had taken large snms of money from persons they had arrested before tbey would release tbem. Agreed to. Mr. Powell said this amendment was offered aimnlv to make acharse acainstcortain ffl0,. He was uowilling to make tbem without any evidence. Mr. Davis said a ship load of flour was stop ped at the Baliie by a brother of a certain offi cer, and tbe Captain was made to sell bis flour atyiu per uarrei, auu men mia nromer sold It at $60. Mr. Wilson said he was astonished that the Senator from Kentucky persisted In making idle cnarges against uen. sutler. Me read a letter from Gen. Butler thanking him (Wilson) (or defending him from Imputations mads against him in tbe Senate, among others that be baa taken tne piate and furniture of Alexander Kothers for his own use. Rotbero escaped from New Orleans without tak. ing tbe oath of allegiance, on a pass pro cured Dy a protested union man, wbo turned out to be a scoundrel. Rothers was one of the rebel Provost-Marshals who destroyed such an immense amonnt of property on the arrival ol tne union troops, no t,uen. uuuer; nad taken possession of Rotheie's plate and fnrniture, and turned them over to Gen. Banks's Quartermas ter. He was especially thankful tor the offer ot a committee of Investigation. He was ready at alt times to account for his conduct, though ha .honld not antiwar MVQnaiur al.nilopa. If Mr. Davis was an honest and just man, he could at any time ne satisneo Dy' tbe letter. Mr. Wilson said he believed that all the other charges aeaiost Butler would turn ont aa groundless as this one. Alter runner aiscussion, tne amendment was rejected yeas 13, nays 22. Mr. Doiilittle renewed tha strike ont the section author izlng the treasury agent to purcoase property in tbeae insurrec tionary districts. He did not wish tbe Govern ment to become a arreat faatnp In .-tinl.. r property, and he did not wish especially to fur- -I.U . . .L. ..k.l. I , . r null uto.ua iu tus rauma iu uuj munitions 01 war to carry on tho fight. TTonaa Tha Honda renodod from !fa ,m.n menta to Senate bill supplementary to the ao regulating the judlolal system of the United fttAtaa. Thla amendment cava th. .fiaf.!. - p. auw WDVIIU. court admiralty jurisdiction over the lakes and eujaoent waters. Tbe Honse passed Senate bill granting lands to Wisconsin and Michigan for military road purposee. i ne Mouse concurred in the snto'a .m.nii ment to the bill granting permission to the Indanandanl TAlecranh. PjimMn. .1.. I!a extending from Portland to Washington to extend their lines Into the DIttrlotof Colombia. The amendment grants similar privileges to aoyoiner corporation or company. -.? jThe House passed Senate bill authorising -a. -A-A I the Paymaster General to take Immediate measures for the payment of the sick and wounded In the convalescent cimpt and hosni tals within ilxtv data. Senate bill to organize a signal corps, after amendments, passed. Mr. Porter, from the committee of Confer ence, mada a rennrt on th. ill..a..sln .m.. on the bill amendatory of the act establishing the Conrt of Claims, whlnh bill as now amended and passed, provides for t auuiuonai juages and retains tbe'preseat jurisdiction of tbe Court. The House passed Senate bill disapproving v. ucria aevs oi me nevada Territorial Leg- ai.tura tuouuiog me rigntt or certain mining vw. pwi a.iuuo wituio me territory. The HOUae took II n Rm.l. kill .aa. Y UVMW.V Ml.. IOVI' ganizing the Courts of tha ni.t.iri of r.ninm bla. and anthorlzlnff tha nnnlntmanr af nam - a w -cuiuviuvui vi eivvw juugn. Alter some niuoustering, tbe bill was postponed till to-morrow 3 o'clock. EVENING SESSION. Mr. Dawes, from the commiitno nn Pi on liana, r.noited a hill onthn.iiA- i, ...1 ' - -"'"-"-lUg HI. U.IUg wuiwuoib ui leuuomee aoa Louisiana to Is sue writs of election for Renresentatlvaa in uongress aocoraiog to tne laws or those States. The bill authorizing the annnln.m.i.t t n n li . .. w Assistant Iressurer of the United States paesea. The Senate bill to establish tbo gnage of tbe Pacific railroad and Its branch mm aft fntit fa. eignt and a bail inobes, passe. - - w awue icvi ine noose passed tbe following Senate bills: One nrovidinir that tha S Unlud States shall hereafter consist of ana Chief Justica and nlna A or wnom snail bold Umrt in tho new Circuit vuori oi uaiuornta and Urcgon. One granting alternate sections of land to a..uo.a 10r rauroaa ana teiegrapblo purposes Oneglvlnethe rlshtof nra.m.tinn a- iu. 5 .1 . " r a .i.idib uu vus ouecai rancne, uailiornia. Jae giving to soldiers discharged in oon sequence 01 wonnas or sicKnees the same bounty as If tbey bad served two years. One Drovidinir for tha mn.. I r . r O - " ' u& VVIV.IU u.uu. ui oioux inaians irom A.ansas. One merging the two branched nf arm. .n sineers. One to facihtato tnklno nf (.iln.A. k. o .v.,,iuuu; u u XT ""."""'IS" wuriea ,or ,ega, purposes. The House laid on tbe table the Senate bill to survey and sell tha Monrlncin- in r.tu Tho Honso passed Senate joint resolution of vouuae iu oenerai noeecrans and bis officers and men. Mr. Shefleld rennrtad . hill iVim it. rk. ber of Commerce In relative to the revenue -- - w hi aivui wajQ ualU' ana 10 punisn irauds. rassod. Mr. oedswick reoorted from th. N...I mlltee the Senate hill dent $0 issue letters of mar?ue and reprisal ooocu. Boston. Marnh Q a lint ' a av Mtaei uqou organized,, with Edward Everett as President. iue uiud nave purcnased tbe mansion of the late Abbott Lawrence lor ft.r0.000. for ha.rf- qnarters. Tbe principles ol tbe clnb are un wavering support to the government la pultlng down the rebellion. NlW YoaK. Maroh 2. Minor Ondika to. day vetoed tbe resolutions or tbe Common Council to give Fits John Porter a public re ceptlon. CLOAKSI CLOAKSI Great Reduction in Price! Closing Out Sale of Black Cloth Clonk? hi unnsiiaiiy Low Pricest PEB30N3 wanting ityllih and elegant OloaVi at very . - ...A. TT AtS UUBIIUI KICI, tU iiucementa lo purrhaiert No. 23 to 29 South HlgU direct. FANCY FRENCH FLANNEL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS., MADE" hi tha beat ilylc anil of mperior material!, dents' Caper ana Three Fiy Linen Oollari, in ill hapee, . Genu1 a'arnlahing QooJe of tuperlor quality. Neck Tin, Bcarft, Blocke and Cravats, in beit itylei. . n.I3XT tiks SON, No. 23 to 2 Soutta Higla Street. Imperial Shirts. A SUPPLY of theae celesVated and superior fitting Bhltts eouitantly on hand, alio, Boji' Shirte, in all liiei. BAIN St SON, No. S3 and 29 South High itreet. Hoop Skirts, Of beet quality for Ladlei, Mleiea aud Ohildren. Hoop BklrU for tall Ladlea. Hoop Bklrti for Short Ladlei. Quaker flora Hoop Salrta. Balmoral Hoop BklrU, etc. etc. Thsmoitezteniireatiortmentor inperlor Bkirti In the city, and at very lowprlcei. BAIN SON, No. S3 and 80 Bouth High street. N 0BIA8, Hoods, Mittena, Bcarfi, Hair Nets, Quilted uiuvuui, tcyiiyr nomaua, naimorai Bklrti. LAIN BON, No. S3 and S9 Bouth High itreet. T7IRENCII WOVEN AND MECHANIC BAIN 4c BON. v Oortati. LADIES AND Skitta. miSSES' Bl E R I N o BAIN A; BON. GENTS' DOUBLE BINO nnderahlrti. BREASTED TOE BAIN Sc BON- JLAGK decSl THREAD LACE H4HBES BAIN ft BON. Colombns Wholesale Liqoor Store, LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IMPORTER8 AND SEALERS IN Foreign and Pomoitio Winei, Brandies, fco. Ao. ALSO, OLD RYE, MONONQAQELA & BOURBON WABBHOUSl AND OrNCl,SS4 SOUTH HIGH ST Oolumbtis, O. Nov. 19, 188. dlyli The Great Rebellion. SjiitrsiuaNOSO AGENTS ARE WANTED BT uie puomner. in every annntr. kium. a JOHN 8. O. ABBOTT'S HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR -IN- ' AMHRIO To b la two volumte 1 aonnd in leather and Hint- t rated on steal. .This will b TBI Hlttory. Send for a Olwalar, or naks application tor torrltory MiXimU to AvtK.a-SA-.za.ar aaAvia., Olmland, Ohlo.tj COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market.—Mar. 2. OATTAMT Oa.m ..J f . uam. vw. . l. ul.t, amu niw.rii nojoii, , fLODEVLeea active and oloeaa 5e lower; aalei at 17 OS fllT 7S k..iAiBi.i.i .u nnsiu ii, ' . T w. ..AtAv., fuMDiuigiuinirouDii noop Ohio; and M soai) 30 for trade brandi; market doling WHISKY Dull and nominally lower, with aalei at ..WHJ!T 1'"t aU" nnohanged. Chicago ii( it 1 1 S3; miwaukee Club at f 1 6491 71; oouiuon to fair winter red weitern at II 75(lfcu; and winter PA ri iTIn Al en a-iay. m atal. . ft Sfe I Aa- 1 s m Z kaaiw etv e a gkauh oa. flnHN.. T... JAU. -La A.T.r ... a Beaeio nslns doing at r.itvew via .i.i .. ,. 1 i. . a- a -----. - u.i iwi uu 11.ua uarcn in, 630 bayi and 0,477 mate. ruuav Lieai active and unohanged. Included In th, ealea ar. liHl h.l. . ma. r- m.. a i .... ------------ - - .v. wa hu .uu. uciiTerj Si f 'J: ,Toul ,u ' and new on hand March lit, 95 ,058 brli; tame date lut month 87 ,580. uMK.1: Total ,tf 011 r 014 n4 " on n"4 Mftrch I. Ot.QaIA nan It at M . .ama J.u I. . it- aid paokagei nm d.te last year 30,1:65 paoksget BACON RILHB Leu scUve but iteady. 8100 brli for May and June delivery at Ui. Cincinnati Market.—Feb. 28. i t.. - - V..WMA III ,U. A1IIQI. AUB UU mend le quite light, and In order to make r.lci ot mag nitude, a decline of lu&llSc wonld hare to be accepted. We quote inperflne at IG3G 10, with tha mual range for the other grades. WHISKY No change. Salci of 400 brli at 50350XC the latter rate for wagon. MI88 rOBK There Is no movement and prlciiaie nominal. Oily li held at (14 50 and eountry at SI3 50; prim meie city at fbt and old menclty at ail 50. - u n ii auii to utuiauii iui amea Wlia Ia lev of 780,000 Iba at 0K0Kc-an adyance, bolder! uklng III! hAtlAA A.1A I .. 1 ... I . L , . " -. nn., i..vca. iuviuuct iu iue me. wore dwu .ami at Oe and 4.U0 ehonlden at 4o. Olear ildfe are wanted Kit mdh. mnn nn in ivitaa hn, aaa ha . aha. liAHD An active demand and all offered at 10owu waoui uuiuni, mo cioac aiaing jumo. xne eaieecom n.l.A lOlin .a. IT. I. a.1 li. i . l , . r . m... h wut.u wuu aniea oi ouu lege. Head li in good demand at DXo and gut at 0H99c, iiuiin .11 I .U . A . J 1 . . RCOAR VlUtmiW .nrl In ..h. ..... 1. I. V.u i. hlffher. uurrais -34936c, and held with great flrane'i. MOLA8PEj-OoiSC3c. WRIiT.Tlia in.rb.l Mi.t... J.ll ..... - .waiua uu,. A Ml U.l A IIUIIICU - k. , uu mo ui,. uu cu.u-e w repori in pricei and continue to quote prime red at $1 28311 30; .rime Ohio fit Indiana white at 1 35; and prime to eholee Kentucky white at tl 40 The only idea report ed were: 220 buih prime red at 1 1 S3, and 250 do prime Indiana wbite at $1 35, and 200 do hill at tl 40. au. x'ptA wu.iuuo iiLrcmi wiio oniy a mr demand, and pricei declined 2c per bmb, doling dull at C2S3c for ihelled and ear in bnlk, and 73c including aula. lL.alfiJinan.k.ki. - i . . i - . uu u. vwi uu.u .mw aiiBiieaaoiaat wO'avuo. but then are extreme flgurei and could not be obtained for round loti. OATB The demand continue! fair and market rnlei tAftrll, ( nU-STllA In kn llr aha Lll I-.I.. j.a - .-w " WUIA AUU WW I A- A . lUClUUOU. UUI I buih iold at the latter figure. ma we nave no change to report in the market, which remain! dull with a lupply In ezceei of the demand PilnAumnlM.r. mini a1 .1 tl nn V...I i -. - a Itore are lelling 102c higher. ' BAULKY The market has not undergone any change In, nnr la.l mnnrt T h . rfamaa - .aa.i..... . . l - .uw mwMlu liVUUUUCI KUWU, WIW light ollerlngi, and full pricei are reallted. We qnote Chicago iprlng at tl 35il 45; prime .State ipringat SI Ml. anil nrim. f.ll .1 .1 nn r - ... .a a a aUu rill IT, OIIUIC pilme Timothy at .15 16 per ton in bale! on arrival, HIV-Th. rn..W... I. A a TW, UHKB3M A continued good demand and pricei are (AnrilnA nn.A.rl hnl ....... ...u.i. kui... . D -r- P aa.aiauutvui.uiJIIllHUOr. 11 C UUUIB elected Weilern Beierve at I'.'c. Uamburg li held at BUTTER Th. raraliii. ar mnrm IIK...I a-.i 11.. .1. manit lau W. nnniA ... ...... ,, .... (sV.j5c tbe latter rate in email package!. -.."a coDiinuca anil market lor Clover and pricei are lower and nominal at the decline. The aalei were GO buih at 6 20 and 230 buih at (6 50. At the cloie It waa oireied freely at 0 3036 40. Timothy la in better re queit and a fair bnilneia wai done from (lore at 653 2 7ri; on arrival it ii quoted at 50(92 ou. Gazette. Cleveland Market—Feb. 28. market remain! aulet and tc,lnh lalei in imall lot! at tiliti 2j ner buah. BUTTER- Oontlnnei in light lupply and good requeit and pricei have advanced 1c on choici qualltiei. Weit era Kcierve telle at 20323c tbe entire range of the inane, uctug luiaji.ji;. OiltEBE-lIoit ot theialea reoorted dnrlnir lh.w-v have been of Hamburg at 12c nnlformly. auuB nave neen in locreaied demand and owing to light arrival! hare improved Iffl'ic ilore our last weeklr report, and aell readily at lVJilSp. a . ATH BUS Steady at 42(A)46c. If LOOK The market clean quiet at IC MSiSj UK', for extra with aalee at the inside flgurei; IS 7:ii? 00 for red double extra; $1 2337 50 for while do. Rye ii quiet and Heady at S5 00, and Buckwheat dull at S? SO per cwi. FRUITS Applet continue in active reqqeit with aalei at 5K5Wc, the latter flgurea being readily obtained for good loti. Peacbei haveaold at 153l6c for peeled aod S9IO0 for unpeeled. Balea of grren applei have boen made during the week atl Mperbrl. WH1AT ine market cloiei iteady w th aalei red wheat no track at 1 1 40 and white at S I 50. COR.- Ii hardly o Ann. Oloilng lain are at O'l T0c on track. OATB Steady with aalei 4 can at 54c. BARLKY Bema.ni iteady at 1 2'KSl 25. RVB-Nomlnal al 75(280c. B1QHWXN KB Have declined. Tbo market close, with lalei at f.lc In imall Iota. SKIDS Are dull. Lateit reported lalei of Clover are at 6 25. Timothy ii telling In retail Iota, bnt In Urge quantltiri there la no demand and prices are nominal. BALT Unchanged and selling at 12 for floe; 2 05 for coane; 12Xo for ten lb tacki, aod 15o for 14 lb aaoki. PROVISIONS We quote men pork, oountry brandi, at 1 14 00 14 25. Choice city packed ! telling at S 15 00 for men and t!6 00 for clear mm. There it a good Inquiry for lard at 9'o for common country rendered to lOc for oholce city do. Balea ot inoulders are re ported at lie lor good qualltiei. Sugar-cured bamiare nlllng iteadlly at lie, and " Oomitock'i " dried beel at 10c. POULTRY Continue! In active requeit al 8c forohkk eniand luailc for tmkeii. Leader. Money Market—Mar 2. Money iteady at 6 per cent. Sterling exchange dull 18&S1S7 forMerchasti' anj lis (3189 for Bankera' bill. a??14 low": 0P"nlD at 7lx to 711, and clciln. wetk at 71 to 71X Government itocki without decided chanje. M-rar.LV bank itathiiiit. Inoreaie In loans a I C3J 8i.. .uwre.iB in BpBoie.. 1,530 94U Decreateln circulation.. Increate in deposits . .. . 12.567 3,808,837 New York Stock Market.—Mar. 2. Stock! lower and dull but cloiin. a Rock Iiland 91; Chicago it Alton prefered 88; Oblcago At Alton bond! 15: Ohicaro At NorthweaiAm mu: Pitt.. burg. Port Wayne At Chicago ti2; Mllwauke St Prairie ouuDineui, uieveiana ec Toldo VilX; Galena A; Chi Clio 82K; Oleveland At Plltabnr. 4ftt: m.i.nrf Columbua At Clnolsnatl lGOi Illlnoit Central icrlp Oils. Ul.kl.a a..k .nav. . . . . ... anteed I04X; Ulchtnn Central WW: do mrnn 15 Pacl6cM.il 160V i Burlintrton e Onln.lin- Aiinn a Terr Hani 33; U. 8. 5 a '74 coupon! 07: V. B. 1 yrarcerliBcateaOSKi Miuouri 6'i 04; Virginia 6'i 6UJ; Tanneeiea 0'i 62M ; Illlnoit war loan 11)4 j Demand note! 172; Ohio 6'i V6 120; Oleveland At Toledo lately f. 112; Brie 4th HI; Toledo At Wabash Sd 91; Chicago and Northwettern 2d bond! 41. LOTS FOB SALE. SEVEN VERT DESIRABLE I. O f 9 In Wm. A. GUl'i Eait Addition tn th. .it. nr rtn. lumbal. On of them on th corner of Broadway and Kail Publio Lane, and tlx tn two Blocki of three Loti each, fronting North and South on Oak itreet, near the a., .ou, on iub w eievatea grouna in th city. ALSO, From 20 to 60 Lots In Wm. A. aill'i Second North Addition to the city of Oolumbui, on the Kait tide ot High itreet, a few rodi North of th Depot. Then lot bare a rich, b:ack, al luvial toll of 2 li or 3 feeL nnriarUM km OQ a. ..! of gravel. Located near th R. R. ihopi and other urg manuractnrtng eeUbllihrnenti, U. 8. Arsenal grounda, and In th North part of th city, render the nVMAM. a an.J aaaaala.I.. U 1 , a en and others to teoura, at a imall ooit, a hometiead i Dunnen. at no time itnc tn formation of th Government, hat money been to abundant, or labor to well remunerated a th prevent. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. Real litata haa nnft vat hivsamJ m aj a. iaa piuyuruuu w vt-aawa jra vy a f . . n - Vor particular, Inquire of WM. A. GILL, Jan27-d3m N' S NOrth H'gh m0ota"li S. A. MILIEU,, Attornoy rvt Ijciw. . -OFII0B- ! Bank Building, West Entrance1 Northwett cornir third and Mala fltreeU, B o. CINCINNATI, O. SPECIAL nOTICES. Batcholor'g ZZair Dye! ' THE BEST IN TUB WORLD. WILLIAM A. BAT0H1L0RI oeleb rated Hair Dye produoei a color aot at as dtattiigalihad bom nature warraaUd not to Injur th Hair In th leaiti ramtdlii th UI effecU tt bad dyea, and Invltorates the Hair for life. OR1Y, BID, or BUSTY HAIR Initaatl tnrnt a ipl.n.lU in lack or Brown, laavlng th Hair soft and baauilful . Bold by all Droggliti, eto. ID Th genuine It dgned WILLIAM A. BATOni I 0R, on ttourtidt4of ooA bom. f actorr No. 8t Barclar Street, (Lat 233 Broadway and IB Bond Btreet.) may2-diwly Ni:W YOUK. Volanteere, Head Tbit.-rr ibeeje- rangement of th syitem, Chang of Diet, Waundi, (ore, Brnliei and Brnptloni. to which verv Yolnnttar li liable, thenar no remedlei so lafe, convenient anil ture u BOLLOWAY'S PILLS At OINTMENT, thor oughly tatted Iu the Crimean and Italian Campaign!. Only 25 conti per Box or Pot. 234 feb2S.dA.wlw rnn CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE uir an I K" "7" JS. It T TT Pnbllihed fcr the atniriT and at a warning and A CAUTION TO YOUNO MEN Vhn itl fffP frAfn flMMnetrtntiAa Wa.a-aM. T..1.SS1A -v ViWnWiiiiiuaM iiTJiyum vguilllj, riB matur Decay, etc., aapplylng at th aam Mm Viae irleana ot r4lf .4;urt. By one who baa eared u--" wwr uciiih pu 10 rrai .xpeon ana injury through medical numbng and quackery. By Incloaing a post-paid addreited envelop, tingle coplei may be had of the author . NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Eiq. m ,L BBroan,KnwiOo.,N.Y., Hemored from bla eld Office. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, new nigh it., Colombo-, 0., hat devoted himself fort aerlet of yean to the treatment of certain private dletaiei. Be may be eonaalled at hie oflW en Broadway, aear thi lirhang Bank, JanlDdtf TO MARRIED MEN, Or l b ova Contemplating Blarrlaa;. TBI andenlgned will give Inronnntion on a vary a UreiHng and important re eject, which will be vain ed mora than a thontand timet Ira eoit by every married conyle of any -ge or condition In life- The lnformatlm will be tent by mall to any addrere cn tU receipt of . emit (itieer) and on red itamp . A II letter! ihould be addrnaed to B. B. M0KBIB, M. D. oot3l-ly3Uwdft button, alan A, C, HIADLIV, WM- SICHARDS, t. M. HOIMfS HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO., AT Not, BOO 6c 262. Bouth Illsth St . IN ORDEB TO MEET TBE WANTS Of THEIR numeroui cuilomera In the way of Holiday Goodt have Jutt returned from thi eat tern rltiet with . rhntra and well lelicted itock of LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN3' Ladies' Cloth and Plush NKIV, RICH AND DESIRABLE DRESS BILKS, Balmoral Skirts, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHAWLS. HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO., 2r.ll a 252 SOUTH HIGH STREET. feU5 MERCHANT T.AILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NEIL HOUSE, (OPPOSITE THE STATE CAPITOL,) MAECUS CHILDS, Proprietor. 'IAH1S4 LAROE AND 1TIAGNIFIOENT J- aJitabllthmentltone of the moit complete In th West, and hai jutt been filled with a large and wall se lected itock of WTNTER GOODS, Vhlrh will ba found tn avritl nt.l-.rw -. w..-. : " - " --. jj vii miuiij uuai- ed tn thia market. In Che Onatom Pepartraent I em nliiw nona hnt tha hmmt nnttM mw.A TP-..L. ..... a . vw.a'-iar bum Tf Vi atUCU. aggM orders will be ipeedlly filled, and war routed to Fit and be Well IHado. .'dlLITARY GENTLEMEN Will find at thii Ettabllthment all the necetaarlei re quired for a complete outfit, and my tacilille and price t auuu Man. a vau ..if kUiCULlUU 1Q UI II UOOa READY MADE CLOTHING AND CENTS' FliRNISHINO GOODS, Will h. fnnnil In trrmmw nrftf. hwlaa V. .a - n . . --J1 ua.iu, ui, ,m,iA, of this kind ever brought tothli city, all of which I in vite the publio to call and examine before purchatlDg eliewhere. REMEHIBE 1(1 My Store ii opposite the Capitol, In tha New Neil Qoutc Building, and It on of th lent Store Room In the country. A visit to It will repay any on for th. trouble. declO-dCm MAROnS CHILDS. WM. GLENN & SONS, Wholesale Grocers, 70" and 72 Vine Street, Between Second and Pearl Streets, OINOI HT Iff r I. Wa In vita tha avftfanrlAn Af Ammimmm . , . -- " vv-mmw.m sru UMI gltr Sf-J UU " m wt i wurvi wsj ouvjr a. cioaa racaa 10 osin vujvjrsa . . J . . febl8-41n. ' JAMES G BULL, Attorney & Oonnsellor at Law". Office in Flatt's Bnildinf, 'JHoi IS, East State Street,.. i . OolTimbus, OlxLo. reblo-dOra ...T .f.'i.'i.C'. L. O. BAlLBr. v 1. 0, TBOKTBOn.- n 1. 1. SMITH. BAILEY, THOMPSON & CO., ' Tl A TCTTTTn tpf f7 . . r . ... . . .a. a- , 1 - " 'aim ' ' ., ' t.. . : if.' O ;J Daaiora I at Ooiai, Demeatie at roreiar. -. Excbana;, tJatcnrreat inaey,tc. , -v , AAM i OiBce-274 South ffigii Street. 'janl4-d3m v