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SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 6, 18C3.
Rail Road Time Table. i - hhvwhj wv iitm iuu uvnngrv 01 train ml UOIBDi i. bee.. Od and after 4prll 2uih, 1H03, trains will run aa , HI town . - ' Lrma Muan fc OeiuMaoefc Xam B. B. (..i' ,' j ' Leave. .. Antra. Olnolnnatl Aocommodatlou. 6 311 A M. . 0:25 P, M. t,(J 3toclnnatl lipiw 11 00 A M. 11:00 A. H. , Malland Aooommodation... 3:23 P. M. ' 8:25 P.M. ,, bt Iiprm, via Dayton, 111:00 Midnight 3:43 A.M. ' ' W. Dobbbtt, Agent iU'').' Ooioatstii At Olsviunb B B. ! Bight Bspreas 4:00 A.M. 11:15 P. M New York Express . 11:10 A.M. 10:43 A.M. : Mail.,.,,,.. i 3;4UP 11. 8.50 P. M. ' Jaerns Parraaso, Agml. f' Carnal Onto. S. ;' . Bo. 3 Brpreaa 4:15 A. M. 10:30 A. M. . Ho. 4Bs.to Newsrkonlyll:15 A. M. Mo.lBzpieM 3:10 P.M. 11:35P.M. W. J. Iiu, Agent. ' rmwau, Ooicmri fc OiavunuTt B.B.. Mail Train 4:15 A. If. 10:30 A. M Btpreee Train 11:15A.M. UUP. M. Jo. Xotmsow, Agent.; 00SDs a iRnuiomus, B. B.' ' ' . , , lOoiimsre Piqo fc Iiiouju B. R.) No IBspree 6 30 A. M. 11:00 A. M. J " 3:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. O. A. Hill, Agent. . Omnium will nil si the principal Hotels In time to . . .; rake Paioengera to tho Depot before tba departure of ; every Train, end will nil for Pasfenesra In any pert of . m 0117, 07 leaving omen m ine umce on Grate, eaai or , mgnnireei. aito, win pa in reaaineti at ine repots, on the arrival of all tralna, to convey Passengers and . ateggage 10 ail paria 01 me cuy. Rail Road Time Table. W. B. HAWKES & Co., Proprietors. State and Local News. Democratic County Convention. . , The Dsmporaoy of the several wards and townships will meet at the usual plaoes of holding elections on Saturday,' May 30th in the wards at 7 o'clock In the evening, and In . the townships at 3 o'clock P. M to appoint delegates to attend the County Convention, to meet at the City Hall in the City of Columbus on SaToaoar, Joa-i 6 by at 11 o'clock, A. M for the purpose of eleotiug twelve delegates to the State Convention to be held in the city of I u - IW J T ... , yiuuiuua uu ifluriuay, june uto.. The following Is the number of delegates al lotted to each ward of theoity of Columbus, and - to each township of the county of Franklin, based upon the vote cait for Supreme Judge in 1869, allowing one delegate for each fifty and an additional delegate for rach fraction of twenty-five rotes io cast: ' .. M. 'II . .. . , ; cttt or cotcMBoi, 1st Ward 3 I 6th Ward 7ih 3d. :,, . 4.. I" . . l-fitfc k 8th 9th TOWI1R1PI. Uontgomerj.. Madtaon ........ Bamllton ' Irnro....i... Jaloaon...... ' PlalnV.......k t'Mtffllo.. . Clinton....... Perry.. 3 Sharon .. 7 Blendon 3 Waablngton 4 Norwich X ...... 4 Pranklln 4 Brown 3 Prairie 4 Pleaiant 3 Jaekaon WM. DOMIGAN. Chairman Democratic Cen. Com. Chairman Democratic Cen. Com. May 2, 1863. Wb are under daily obligations to Mr. S. D. . Tbach-r ant) hfs' uslBtanta, of the American Express Company, for EVetrm papers In ad vance of the malls. ' " ' ' Th mambora of the Masonlo Fraternity are requested to mcec at ihe Lodge Hall, this morn Mog at cine, o'clock. U attetd the funeral of Brofier J.F. Groom. T U.S. Court for the Northern DIs rictof Ohio convenes at Cleveland on Tuesday Judge Swayoe presiding. Omxaii, Mason received a dispatch on Friday from City Point, that seven hundred paroled Western troops are on the way to Camp Chase CarT.,D. J. Culbsbtson, of the 15:h Ohio and formerly Mayor of Zioeevllle, died on Fii day mcrning, at Hcyl's Snminary brspiial in - this city. ' 'j Hsimb's Wiixlt for May 9ih, and other fresh piotorials may be had at Thompson's News Stand la the Poetoffioe. '. ' Tbb allotment fund lately received by Act. log Pay Agent Williams, from the 40;b, 12tb and 125th regimerts, baa been traosmittol to , the proper counties for payment to the authoi -ir:d parties'. ' Ftoa ot the Noble connty prisoners Wm. Ljwe, Wm. Norwood, Joel McFerren, and L. IB Fisher have given bond in fifteen hundred '"dollars eaoh for their. appearanoe at the next : term of the U. S. Circuit Conrt, to bo bild at Cincinnati in October. FatenPiriBS and Pibiodichs Stndcr on 8tate street has at his Periodical Rooms the la test Issues of Harper's Weekly, the Banner of Light, the New York Irdepeodent, and numer out other piotorials aod periodicals. Call on " him for atriytblng you want In periodical litera tare. --, " ' -r : - , ABCBIISBOF PtTBCKLl IN COLOMBUJ This eminent Divine and diitingnished Prelate la in tbe city. He will administer the Saorament of Cooflrmatirn, after High Macs, in Ihe Church of the Holy Cress, corner cf Rich and Fifth streets', this forenoon at ten o'clock. At three o'oiock la tbe afternoon, be will administer the Saorament of Cmflrmatlon in St. P.trick's, North Seventh Street. . '' Pbomotioks Ztchariah M.. Chandler to be : Colouei of tbe 78th Ohio; Greenbnry C. Wiles, . , Lieutenant Colonel, and John Orr; Captain. : Robert McNeilly to be Asaietant Surgeon of tbe ' 19th, and George Cornell Assistant Surgeon t the 28th. Major. Thomas L. Young, of the 118th, ta be Lieutenant Colonel, and Quarter natter Lester Bllss'to be Major. , , Rbsionationb. M,. A, Frost, Assistant Sur t vgeonof the69th Obioj L. C. Tools, Assistant Surgeon of tbe 94th; Lleutenant-CMoncl A. L Haskins. of the 63j; Adjutant J. H. Stallo. tbe 106tb; Lientenant Pendleton, of the 118ib . Lewis Wei iel, of the 28th; Captain Charles Q Knowles, of tbe 39Ji; Captain Louis Smlthnlght " of tbe 20th Battery, and Assistant Surgeon Bev erly, of the 30th. - ' ' - i .1 " 1.'-., 'i '' '- Tbb Nioao Msitino at tbe Citt Hall! " Both the Abolition organs In this city heralded the coming of a negro orator, whom they called " , M. Ltogitin,. Eiq , " ts address bis ool 1 orfd brethren at tbe City Hall on Friday even ing, cb their duty in the present dials. We understand that tie meeting was verv thlolv at tended by either colored or white folks, aid was, It aot b total failure, a deolded fiU. - f . It la noticeable that neither of the Abolition editor here laid ant thing about the meeting jit their papers of yesterday. Is this treating their eolored brethrb; whom they anoj their P"tWorglng to enlist In the we,;,with (Joe rerpeot t Hare they meaklog disposLtloq to llgbl the negro on acooant of color" 1 fit would leem go from their itodlcd sllenoe about the darkey meeting on FrM iy night .4. ' '! ! The ZauATB Sisters. The, Carter Zinavei performed several timet . at Zanesville Uet week, tod last evening at Newark to crowded and delighted .audiences; .To-tnorrpw- j( Mon day) eyenlog they commends it series of looter talnmenU at Naughton Hall io thii city. The Zjuave Bisters are a number of young girls trained by Mr. J. II. Carter In the Ziuave drill, In musloal, theatrical, and other perform ancee for. exhibition. Their profioiency and eklll, wherever they have appeared, are spoken of 10 terms or high commendation. Compll mentary benefits hare been tendered them, pud by the moet distinguished ckjzeds of the places tney nave visited. ' We anticipate a filling op of Naughtou Hall to-morrow night to Its utmost capacity; for oortamiy every one will be anxious to see and hear the novelties, tnoslo and fun at Naughton Hail.. We advise our friends to secure their aeata In due season. The Athinbum This noted place of amnea ent will be' opeu on Fr Irlav and Siturda. evenings next for that superb br.d, Bumsey's luiostreis. As vooalists and comedians, these performer! have attained a bleb rank, and aha entertainments they propose to give -at tbe Attieneum, will be of the first quality, both as to tbe music and the fun ta ba eoinvnd. R. member next Friday night is set,' fpr. their first perlormanoe at tbe Atheneum, ' The Boston Mdsiom. This tibiuhmnt in Ihe Buckeye Block, on Hlch street: loll an rers the definition of a Masoam.'aV a donoai- tory of natural curiosities and works of art, and as a place for etudv. obanrvntlnn mil amusement. It should be viaited bv ever cltlzso, aad every c no who visits our city em) isbes to see all that is worth seeing end o.l lirlog in Colnmbm. - - , The Museum is now fitted no with tacto and judgmeLt, and all the curiosities aod novelties 00 be soon, stndied and observed to good ad vantage. Call with the intention of making a good long stay ; for you will find enoush to en gage your attention till yon are at least eatie- aoa that you Have trot the worth of trouble the pnee ot aamiaaioD. i ( Hebbick Allen's Gold Medl Saleratus! is olirified and conoentratcd in such a manner as to render its use mcoh more economical and healthy than any ether. For culinary purposes It can cot be t quailed in the' world. A UJy who has tested its merits, refuses to try aov other It is much better than eodt, and i.i rjict- fectly hcaliby. Try it. Grooers and Druggiets sell it. Depot 112 Llbertv stroet. Now Ynrir. SuccBj's UrON MlUlT. If ther 1 an I not an en upon the records of our countrv wlere au a'rtl cle of American manufacture has made its way to nuivereai livor solely upon ito own merits and'witbout extraneous aid, it la "-that of tbe Chemteal Sakratut. It baa only to be sold in One place, and it is demanded in . another; Aid nfk t haa enn An innraaalntf '1m rn. hIiii .k. b ..UB 1U .., uumjiue products ot the extensive Chemical dVorki of D. B. De Land ft Co l at Falrtorl. Monroe county, N Y , are now immense.;.. ;. k I This article Is made only at these 'works by a process known only to the proprietors, and is better tor all purposes than soda. Try it. The beat advice that cm bo taken ia to your natural teeth and keep your gums sound by uBing Hudson's dnbinalled Tooth. Paste. Call for it at Stnrlnr'o MarnlaV flimnDl. R.k..ii. Wilson's, Schueller's, SbanpY. Denlg's, Ridg' wj a, . ruiiei o, u, u. a., or Bt UrngglSIS, Dentists or Perfumers anvwhera. Tr it oka and all. ; . 1 Wintid From G to 10 boarding bones' at Simonion's Excbaage. Price $2 SO per week. of SPECIAL NOTICES. Scurvy and scrofnlone Ernptlo'na will soon cover the bod lei of thoae brave men who are fighting their country's baltlea. Night air, bid food, and dencMog raina will mika aad havoc wilh'ths atrongeat, therefore let every man supply himaelf with HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT; It la a certain cure for every kind of akin diaoaae. Only 35 ct. per pot. 315 aorllSO-dtwIw d HjTealera In my well known medicines can have Show Oarda, Olrculara, etc., aent them, FRKE OP tX- nousn k A A mi .. n X EUL.oa, vj puuicsiiug luDmii uouoway, cu maiaen Lane, N. Y. , . ' ' y i 0ijm MANHOOD, j - -J HOW LOST, . HOW KJE8T0BKD Jaat pnbllahed, In a Sealed Knrelope. , Price Six Oenta. A Lecture an tba Nature; Treatment and Radical Oars of Spermatorrhoea or 8emlnal Weak neaa, Involuntary Bmlaalons, Seiual Debility, and Im pedimenta to Marriage generally, Nervonineia, Con mmptron, Epllepay and tita; Mental And Pbyalcal In capacity, resulting from Belt Abuie. etc By BOBBBT J. OULVBBVYBLL, M p., Author of the Green Book, etc . ..- . . . A Doom to Thousands ot Sufferers, Sent ander seal, in a plain envelops, to any addreas, poet paid, on receipt of six eenta. or two ootaaira atampa, by Dr. OHA8. I. 0. KLINB. 1127 Bowery, new ion, roaa vmceoox no, a,3uu. , , apl l-3mdwia - . ( Batcholor'a Hair Dye! TUB BEST IN llli: WOULD. WILLIAM A. BAIOHBLOR'B celebrated. Hair bye prodncea a oolor not to be dletlnguleh'ea from nature warranted not to Injure the lair In. the leaat; remedlei the ID effects of bad dyea, and lnvigoralea the Hair for life. OBBY, BBD, or BUSTY W AIR Inatantly hunt a splendid Black or Browo, leaving the flair toft and beautiful. Bold by all Druggiata, eta. . ; Uj3 The genuine la algned WILLIAM A.DAT0I1B LOR, on tit four tidt of tacA boas . , . ' Facta rr No. fit (larclar Street, ! ' , (Late 833 Broadway add IS Bond Street,) " ' mayZO-dawly : , , WEW TUIIK. ; TO MARHIDD MEN; Or rbeie OonteruplatinB Iflarriaga. THB andrtigned will give Information oa a. vary fa ttrttting and important eubject, which wilt be vala ad more than a thonaanl thnealts eoit by every married oonpla of any age or condition In life. Tbs information will be sent by mail to any address on the receipt of 81 oants (aflesr) andontradataisp, ' j AU letters thonld ba addressed to r' . H. B. MORBIB, H. D oot31-lyMawdfcw BoatoB,Maaa. Remaved tram fete aid Office. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High at., Oolambnj, 0. bas devoted himself for s series of years to lbs treatment of certain private diseases.' Be may ba consulted at his oSoe Broadway, sear the Biohaagt Banki , - ,-. j-t -.if-. . i. .JaalMtf "' ' ' "" ' '-' 1 '''. n A NK I N & WYLI B, Attorneys at Law, I Cm2W?im BtJILMlJO, OORNBB Of TOWN a w saiiaa ubju ptrvois "Oellectlona and-other matter! promptly attutded Bsfarenoes given when required, dsolT-dly. ' TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN Last Night's Dispatches. LATEST FROM HOOKER'S ARMY. Citizens Fleeing from Fredericksburg Citizens Fleeing from Fredericksburg —Railroad Between Richmond and Fredericksburg Rebels and Fredericksburg Rebels in a Bad Fix. New Yorb, May 3. The Tribune's corres pondenoesays; The acoonnt of a gentleman who lelt Frederloksburg on Wednesday eve ning, represents tbe citizens aa fleeing In every direction. It la believed the city-will be shell ed and all- property destroyed. A oomple'e panic prevails through tbe whole country. Stuart, Lee aod Hampton, with the whole cav alry forle, were in Culpepper, watching Stone man. Tboy have all been Intercepted by the national infantry, and II Stoneman bestirs him self he will capture Ihe whole concern. A brigade at United States ford barely esoaped, leaving all their camp equif age behind. Wbee lock's brigade marohed out ol Fredericksburg, intending to check the advance of Hooker'a army, but hearing the magnitude of the move ment, ordered back bis brigade, which fled panio-strinken back to tbe fortifications. Generals Lse and Jackson are In command at Fredericksburg, Longstreot at Suffolk, and A. P. Hill and FiCkett in North Carollra . Four brigades , are three miles on this side ot tbe oily, with crJers to fall bick on the rifle pits on theapprosoh of the Yankees. Tbe train from Riohmond falling to arrice at Fredericksburg yesterday, It is believed tbe railroad has been out by a portion of our cavalry, sent out lor- tbat purpose. The troops from . . n ... i . t . . . . uirmaain, ciy s ana u. a. roras nave joiuea Thus far all is well. The Commerolal Advertiser says: We have received information from a sourod whloli we know to be entitled to a bigh degree of credit, wbiob warrants the hope tbat Gen. Hooker bas cutoff the retreat of the rebel forces at Fred- eticktburg; and that Ihev mav be caotured or destroyed, while our columns have crossed tbe Kappabannnck, and others vet remain before the city. It is believed Geo. Stonemao's cavalry have got between tbe rebels and Richmond, and will out off supplies and arrest retreat In that di rection U la algo understood that a etrone diversion has been niado from Suffolk in the direoiion of Kinhmeod, and that it ia by no means impossible tool tbe rebel capital may before tbe dose of another week be surroundod and Invented bv Union troops- ine tribunes correspondence Irem head quarters Armv of the Potomto, April 30 b, says: ihe aih, nth and l2tb corps are in poescesion or unancellorvllle, ten miles west of Fredericksburg. The -11th corps, Gen. How ard, was the first to cross at Kelly's ford, fol lowed by the 12th, under Gen. Slooura. After crossioir, these corps moved in advance. preceded by the 6tb New Yo.k cavalry and 2d Matsachusetts infantry as skirmishers. At Crooked run, a small stream about three miles beyond the Rappahannock, we encounter ed the enemy, drove him before ns and cap tured a number of prisoners without damage to it Our column then moved raoldlron until It aprrjached the Rapidan, and when within a mile of It our men were fired npon from rifle pita. Becoming intimidated by our uear ap proach, they ned and were charged by us, when a sharp skirmish ensued at Goimunia Mills, wnere a bridge was In process ot erection by the rebels with a view to an aggressive move ment. Alter tbe lapse of about fifteen minutes, tbe enemy, consisting of one hundred and twenty-five men, surrendered, with one man killed aad several wounded. Our loss was one killed. By ten o'clock tbe lltb corps bad crossed and was encamped. Tbe 12,h followed, -and this morning started on the march to Chancel 1: rvllle. Od approaobing tbe wilderness about five miles on tbe way. Gen. Slocnm's column was fired npon by artillery, which resulted harmlessly. It did not check our advance. In about half an hoar afterwards, on baiting to rest, a messenger arrived from Gen. Mead, In forming Uen. alocum tbat be had oocuoled Cbaccello.viUe and was waiting for him to form . b ' junction. Tbe order was giv en to advanoe on receipt of this cheer ing intelligence. Mot long afterwards tbe General and staff entered the place, which consists of one Urge brick house, occu pied by a lidy by tbe name of Chancellor, and kept ai a tavern. Two rebel brigades bad been there tbe night previous and an attempt bad been made to throw op earthworks, but our tujdtn : appearance oaused them to evacuate. we move npon rredericksbnrg to-morrow. General Hooker Congratulates His Army. Chanoellobvjlle, Va . Mav 1 Yesterday the following congratulatory o.-der was read to the troops. The auspicious opening of the ctmpiign has electrified them . HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, NEAR FALMOUTH, VA., April 30. General Orders, No. 47 2811 is with beartrnl satisfaction that the com manding General announces to the army that tho operations for the las. three data bave de termined tbat our enemy moet either inglo riously fly, or oome out from behind his de fenses and give ns battlo on our own ground, where certain destruction awai is him. Tbe op erations of the 5th, 11th aud 12th corps have been a eucoetsion of splendid achievements. ' By command of MAJ. GEN. HOOKER. S. WILLIAMS, A. G. Gen. Carr Drives the Rebels from Monticello, Ky. Cincinnati, Mav 3 - Geo. Carr crossed tha Cumberland below Somerset, Ky., yesterday, witu nve inoussna men, ana attacked ne reb els at Montlcello. After a severe fight he drove them from the town. The Cbarlestoa Mercurv admits a loss at trana L.aae ot one tbousabd prisoners, two rams, four transports and three gunbeats. A large force of Fedetala waa within twelve miles of Trentoo, Miss., on the 19th, designing the destruoion of the Missisloni Central rail- roao. Monticello, Ky. The Raid into Western Virginia-- From the Lower Mississippi. New Yobk, May 2 The lateat Informatlnn from Weatern Virginia Is to Friday. Mulligan waa repuieea near rairmoBct, ana the Balti more and Ohio bridge at thai point enti-ely de- siruyw. - a inrge force oi reoeis now occupy Morgantown. Tbe Baltimore and Ohio road Buffered severely. The bridges at r airmonnt ana ineat river were blown up. ine steamer Creole arrived from New Or leans the 231 and ilavana, 27th nit. Banks, (April 21st,) occupied Ooelonsaa and Washier. ton, resting for tbe day at tie latter plaoe. varairj were oeiog mountsa as fast as horses conld be got. .. ... ttewi from Vera Cms la to the 16ib. Batilea atPeubla were becoming very , bloody, and luoneo un poia aiaes oeavy.-. ' ' New Yobk. Mav Q A ananlal In tha T.ik- -- - j . ww wuv aa.w uuo, aaiea mempnis, April Jutn.ssys : The Jackson Anneal of tha 24th Hii.Tinlraa . airv exDBaicinn r.n AAnrrAi miu ia nni. ih...- ening Columbus and Grenada, eioels In dar ing all former raids. . - . the Appeal baa Intelligence frosa Arkansas it... . I L - I , . . .... ut mo laoois are raptuiy atrenginening under Airuv omim ana Dinriinw rin. ann win mah (five the UaioniHtA trnnhU In MiuniiM Geieral D. H. Moury ia tranaferred to tbe isuei uraay in i ennessce. S.'r. AlNOBAMt' i, e. H'eorrBT. . -IKGHAM A M'GUKKEY, it 1'TORWEYS AT LAW COLUMBUS, OHIO - f ' c S'iJi'rTT1!? J5i?d.1, b'I Bwbards' Building Si ?uth nigh Street. laplT-dly. Ft'CLIGHTE & CO. (Late Lights It Bradburyi), Piano Forte Manufacturers. 481 BHOOR1E ST., NEW TOHK, 2d BLOCK IABI Ot BROADWAYi - "V t"B. 1. 0. UOHTl, the original founder of this well A known Eatsbliehment, Senior Partner, and only Practical Piano fori Maker of the late firm ot Lights St Bradburyi,".haTing retained bis Two-Thirds Inttreit In the whole bnslneii itock, matsrlal), etc, and Bole Froprletorahlp in bis YaluaU Pattnti, Inola slvs of hli oelebrated PATBNT INBtJLATBD IRON IRAUEB, la the only one who can make the SUPERIOR PIANO BORTBB for which this houie baa been so popu lar. IO9!! Infringements on bit rights will be proae cuted aooordlng to law. DZTAll Piano Fortes from this manufactory are war ranted perfect In every reipeet for ire years. Liberal terms to dealera. ( F. C. LIOHTE Sc CO., . 421 Broome St., NEW YORK. aprlU0-d3m Wm.B. Bradbury's Piano-Forte Establishment, MO' !7 BBOOMB STRUT, NBW YORK. rpHB subscriber retpectfally Invites the attention of x. nia rrienda and tbe pnbito generally to nia riano Ports latabllahment, at No. 437 Brooms Street. Having withdrawn hla In tercet, atock and materlala from the late firm of "Lights Bradbarya," which firm wa. dlaaolved on the 31tt January alt., and having purchas ed the entire atock of Piano-Portea and Piano-forte Ma terial, owned by his brother, Edward 0. Bradbury, In the aald Ann. be Is now prepared to anpply the tncreaeed demand for his celebrated Piano Portea. Employing the moet ekilllnl and ezperlenoed workmen, with a large atock of tbe beat and moet thoroughly aeaacned materi al, and an abundance of Capital, he baa taken In hand the pereonel aupervlalon of the whole bualneaaa of man ufacturing hla Inatramenta, and la enabled to tarn oat Flano-rortea or unequalled taut and auraolmtt. BBADBOBv'eNifW Ecals PiAKO-f oT. In the arrange ment of our new Scale, drawn and prepared wilh theut moat ears, ezpreaaly for our new Inatrumente, we have aauea every improvement wotcn can in any way tend toinepeneeuonor ine riano-rorte, ana we can conn dently aaaert, that for delicacy of touch, volume, brll llancyand awaetneaaof tone, oomblned with thatatrength ana aouaiij oi irame neceaaary io aurabiniy, tneae in atrumente are unequalled. ' Btbejioth aso Bxaotv "'Is onr motto, and we In vite the oloaeat orltlolem of tbe beat unbiased Judgea In the land. Every Inatrument warranted for Ave yean. WM. B. BRADBURY, 427 Broome St., cor. of Oroaby, New York, mchll d3m Country Produce Commission House, tbb on nan or Miller & Carpenter, No 8 Erie Building$, iVaw Yori, (300 Wuh- tngton sirett), STILL receive and sell Hour, Grain, Butter, Lard, Oheeaa, Eggs, Pork, Seeds, Hope, Beam, Dried Prulta, Poultry, Game, eto. Oaab advanoed on ahipmenta, and prompt returns made of sales. Send for oar Price Cunent list. BrrmiMcn: President of the Irving Bank, N. Y City; Prealdent of N. Y. Ac E. Railway Oo.i Gould Ac H lb bard, Warsaw, N. Y.; D. Baldwin. Esq., Powler, Ohio; H. 8. Monger, Esq., Geneva, Ohio; S, 0. Oroavenor, Beq , Joceeville, Mich, mcblldly St. Mary's Female Academy. Somerset, Perry Co., Onle. TIHI8 Inatltntlon. aondneied h Bl.tara or lh AM.. X. of St. Dominic, la situated on a beautiful eminence in tno vicinity ot eomeraet. Tbe Play Urounda are am ple, and wel 1 arranged for recreation. The situation la ao healthy, tbat, for years, there has been no alckness whatever hi the Academy. This Inatltntlon la well provided with eomnetent and experienced Teachers, who apare no efforts to render the Academy worthy of patronage. Tbe Diaclpllne, though firm and uniform, la mild and parental. Terme, per annum, (30, R5, 190 and 100, according to the department of the pupil. Bxtra charges Latin, KBiuiiug, rr Mumg, Doaanu niauonary. mohS7-dtf NEIL HOUSE, Opened Sept. 16th, 11363. IBBIDUTIIT Opposite Capitol Building, High Street, Columbus, Ohio. ; la Now Ready for the Reception of Guests, WALSTEIN FAILING, PaoraiEToa, JOS. P. OULBKRT80N, Aaairrtirr. aeptlB'SS-dtf House to Sent. A TWO STORY PRAUI DWELLING, with eleven rooms in good repair, with good out houeea, shrub bery, and every thing complete. Hald hones Is on the Worthlngton Plank road, near the Drat Toll-gate. Por particular!, inquire at thla office, or at No . 71 Weal uay aireei. mchl7-dtf Important to Agents. WE bave reduced the wholesale price of onr GREAT STATIONERY PORT imi.Til pmvin. . alio give better Watches to onr agents than any'other " my wa aavrv bit uu IBM WEIR & 00., v. . 3 8onUThlrd afreet, Philadelphia. march30-dwlm FAIRBANKS'S STANDARD I ' a SCALBS OF ALL KINDS. Sold In Oolumbua by KILBOCHNE, KUHN3 eV CO. ICTBe earernl to bny only the genuine. Jen20'63-dly johs una, BBiutv o. whitman, aumnna r. rosea. KEBLER, WHITMAN & FORCE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, Office, No. 11 Masonic Building;, Cincinnati, Ohio. IO Practise In the State Oonrta; and also In the Unit ed states iiistrlot, Ulroull aod Supreme Oourte. Dee. !1, "69-dly. Sale of Real Estate by Order! X aTB a " oi uouri. Off THE letb dar al mar, at one o'clock in the afternoon, on the sremiaaa. win ha aold to the hlgheat bidder, the following real eitats as the property of Ell H. O'f errall, dee'd, to wlti Lot No. 3 of John Morrteon'e vnbdlviilon of Out-lots Noi. 15 and 16, ot Robert Nell't addition to the city of vuiiuairaa, vmo. Appraised at 700 00. Termt of Sale One-half oath in hand; the residue in one year, with Interact from lbs day of sale, secured by mortgage on ths premises. JOHN MAIZE, Adm'r of Ell H. O'PerralU dee'd. Cox fc Oowvebs, Att'ye for Pl'tft. April S3, 1863-dltfcw4w Columbus & Winchester Turn pike Company. TVTOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tbat a meeting of a. i un viuv.uviuvr. oi in voiumous suu w incnoster xornpixt uompany win ot held on. Satnrdar, Ike 23d day al May, A. O. 1863, at 10 o'clock A. M.. at ths office of Henrv T. Ohltln. den, No. 151 Booth High street, Oolumbu, Ohio, for wm purpose m vieoung seven airectore or said Com pany. By order of corporators. Columbus, April 92. 1863-dltdrwld Columbus & Winchester Turn pi&e uompany. NOTICE Is hereby given, that said Company has filed with tbe Oommfaaloners of Pranklln county, Ohio, a petition aaktnr said Oommleelonen In anmndar tn said Oolumbua and Winchester Turnpike Company, duly organised under ths laws of this State, the Pre Tarn pike leading from Columbus to Wlnebeater, In satd connty, and being part of ths Columbus, Winchester ana varrou rres iurnpire, recorded, in aoad Book no. 8, pases I to 5, Inolniivs. on the a-ranad that auch anr, render will snbterve ths public lntereit. Said petition wui no ror noartng tos nni aiondiy in Juno, 1863. aprll30-w4w H. T. OHrfTBNpHti, Att'y. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market.—May 2. COTTON Sail aad deolloing; trifling tales at (Wo. rLOUft- Dull aod heavy, aodSiSluc lower. Sales at (8 5(KaiS 70 for extra elate, $i BO7 10 for rosnd hoop Ohio, and $7 18 00 for trade branda, marke t closing doll and heavy with no buyers at ootalde priceii.- WBI8KY Lest active and scarcely so firm. Sales at tlX4flo. - -.., ,- . WHBAT Bull and nominally 182s lower. Unsound Obleago epilog Bl 15; winter red weatern B I 60; nomi nal qnotatlona-tl Wl 57 for sprfrig, Bl SlXSlOOfor weatern red and amber western. CORN A trifle lower and very dull at 8889Xo for wuuu .au cxkskiio ior unaouno.. . . OATB Dull and lower at 890a. ' ' ' OOPPBE-Qulet. " ' ' BUGAR-Quletand oncbanged. MOLA88BD Active and firm. PORK Dull, heavy and lower; 112 87X13 00 for old meat; Bit 7&313 00 for new dot (II Sx13 Ml for oiu ana new prime; Bit uutsiv 25 ror new prime mess. Total atock of new, May lat, 100,900 brie; same date laat month, 90,244; asms date laat year, 88,090 brla. BBEP Dull at 00(38 00 for meaa; $i 5(18 00 for prime; BIO iMKBlB 75 for repacked meaa; (IS oo 13 76 for extra meaa. Total ato k of old and new May let, 72,224 packages; aame date laat month 81,955; do laat year 24,700 LARD Bteady. Sales 1131 brla at 910Xc; he yiiv mu extreme tor cnoice aeiiie rendered Cincinnati Market.—May 1. FLOUR The market was dnll and heavy to-day. The advieea from New York kept shippers baok, aad for the eame cause tbs bakers withdrew, but we cannot quote any change In prieea. auperflne being held ot Sj5 65 5 75 for good, and (5 50(35 60 for low gradea. WHISKY A good demand, aad prieea higher. Salee of 1150 brie at itnH'.Xo, tbe latter rate for wagon PBOVI8ION8-Ths demand la light, aad the market generally dull. 500 brls new city mesa poik aold at Bit 00, logo to Canada, and 50 hbda bacon aldea at 5e, Bulk meals are dull at 4 and 5c for shoulders and aides these being the ratee asked. Nothing dene In lard worthy cf note. Country le offered at 9V0 Wo, endolty et99Vo. OIL-A tale of 3i brll ilnaeed at It 45. GROOEHIBS There Is no change in the market The demand ia light. WBEAT Theit was only a moderate Inquiry to day, chiefly from tha local milieia, but the receipt, are light, ami holder, are firm, and refuae to aell except al full prieea. We quote prime red at 1 tjSt 97; Indiana or Ohio white at SI 301 33; and prime to choice Ken tucky white at $1 3531 40. The only sales reported were; BOO bnih prime red aad Indiana white at II 31, deivered; and 601) do prima red at 1 25. CORN The demand continues good, folly up to the aupply, and the market rales firm at GliSOL'c for ear aud helled In bulk. Tbe Inquiry is chiefly from persona having Government contracts to fill, the distillers) bny. Ing aparlngly , The aalee were 1350 buah ear In bulk at tile, and 500 do aha lied at 62c. Several sales were made on private terme. OATS A continued fair demand, wl.k only moderate offering,, and the marketla firm at 69c In bulk, and 79(e) 90c sacks incindad; 1000 bnih aold at 79o including eacka and 10,000 do at 80c, to arrive, aaoka lnolnded. BYE The receipts are light, with a good demand, and prieea are again higher, the market oloalng firm al 83a H5c for prime eamplca, the former rate In bulk and the latter In aaoka, eacka to be returned. 800 buih sold at 85c in tacks. BARLEY The market rema'ns dull, with but a lim ited demand, aod price! are merely nominal at It 459 1 50 for prime State apriog and fall, which are the Bik ing figures HAY Tbe receipts are inoreailng, and the demand la leaa active, but we hare no change to report In prices, and continue to quote prime timothy at 20 0021 00 per ton in bales on arrival, and 2i 0023 00 from atore, CHEESE We have no change to report in the mar ket. Ihe demand la moderate at loaiic for new, and 143l5oforold. The latter la scarce. BTUTBR The aupply of the beat gradea la light, and hardly equal to the demand, and the market Is firm at full price!, but qualttiea below prime dull and not want ed. We quote prime tochoh-eat 23325c, aud common to good at 15200. Oatttti. Cleveland Market—May 1. FLOUR Sale 550 hi It double extra at 10 50. WHBAT Balea 9 cars red at 1 30; 3 do at 11 31, and 1 do at II 32. CORN Balea 1 oar of tar oorn at 63Xc; 1 car prime ahelled at 67c. OATS Salee S oars at 63o. HIGHWINI8-Sales50brls at 420. LARD Sale 8 firkins conntrv rendered at lfa. BUTTER Balea common at 12c and choios roll at 19c perpeoua. EGGS Salee at lie OHEEBB-Small sales at 13o for Western Beierve do ncror namourg. FEATHERS Sale at 46c. POTATOBS-Bales In moderate lota at 76c for peach- Leader. New York Money Market—May 2. . eat K nae skaiK , Jrl Kxchinge in moderate request at 164 165 W fnr ApfltrseUaaa Ktllm i?S.er; PeDinK 50tf. declining to cloilig ml wU2f (v50 .??mtAl fl"-.U-.8; eonpon. r xrotwurj noiei iwwiwt I-, I New York Stock Market.—May 2. IrregoUr. D. 8. 6's 81, rerUtered, 106; one year certificates 102; do now, 99X; Mlssoorl S's 64; new xorc uenirai iidk; xriaatlt; do preferred 102; Harlem 64Vi do nnttntA art- Min. igan Central 106; Michigan Southern 69V; Illinois Central script 91; Oolnmbna As Plqua 83)4; Milwau kee dt Prairie duChlen44X; Galena dt Chicago 99; Oleveland fc Toledo 109),; Chicago fc Rock Ialaad 96 1 Toledo fc Wabaah preferred 79; Plqua, Pert Weye fc Chicago C9X; Chicago fc Alton 76; do preferred 94; Chicago fc Northweatern 38; Chicago, Burlington fc Notice to Contractors. Sealed Proposals TTTII.I. BE RECEIVED RV THE Itlw V V DEBBIGNED, at tbe office ot the Board of Fub- iio rrorxs, in weeny ot uoiombns, on ' Wedneadar, tke Qtb day af May next, between the honn of 10 A. M. and 12 M.. for deliver. Ing and breaking limestone on the line of ths National noad, between the 113th and 134th miles, at numbered weet from Wheeling. The amount of atone required on the different mllea la aa followa: On miles 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122 aad 123, twenty rods each; and on miles 131, j nn w, Que nunorea roas eacn . Bidders most state tha nrice nar rod nf lnfl rnhla r..l The stone to be delivered at such places on the different mlfee aa the Resident Engineer may dealgnate, and to m munu auieiceeaingowr ounces In weignt. viu .w. usii,.,iu uu ureBKing nin no separate. - JOHN A. BLAIR, April 14, 13C3-td Resident Engineer. 353 EUBIA MILLS. 355 353 and 355 fVaablnajtaai Street, Neva M. VI at ajl J GOVERNMENT COFFEE j Fat UD In tin foil Found nanara. 48 In hn. i. puik. vur pricei rang rrom 7 to 30 cents. Ws put op ths following kinds: Java, Maracaibo, Eio, and Various Utner JBranda oi Superior Coffees. We believe onr Coffee to be tetter than any groin Coffee now in use. All orders addressed to us, or to our Agents, Messrs. PLaci fc Ysdwo, 183 Ohambers treat. comer Waihington Street, New York, City, will receive prompt attention. - - . ..;-, I Ths retail trade supplied by first cltu jobbing bonssa In the varionrcltlei. TABEB & PLACE. Wm. f. Tasini - fCaat. PLtct. H. B. Trade Pries List furnUhed on tppllcation. meh27-d3mU ' , W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER. Auction, Sales aa COMMISSION ROOMS No: 102 fiouth High Street IABI WOW PREPARED TO Iteeelve on Commission every description of property, each ta Dry floods. Srocarlea. Llanora. tmlinn .TJi. Hones, etc . , T I BilaM lntanri Ml rlUVnta wm aMstU. a. a an . SSI?!.''0' P"t, within tw ITf Auction Sales si siy svenlnsv JonabrnBienta MmMtf.ll. aiimi. ; . ; ti - V l , , . ( I ha to a large room over my sales room, for storage RIPBRBNOBS ...-. Kelton, Bancroft fc Co., ' J. fc (, . Miller. D.T.V7odboryfcO.; BlonefcLewta. ' r. Butler, Brother fc Co., v joh Oeary fc Boa w; H- Reatleaua, . aisna ThraU. maylO-ly , 4 1 COAL OIL! COAL OIL! ; FOR BALE AT REFINERS' PRICES by tbs barrel. IT. B. BIBTIBADT . JanW.U 108 Sooth High Stmt. MEEOHANT TAILOEINGi ; ESTABLISHMENT. , NEIL HO US E, (OPPOBITB TBI STATE OAPITOL,) MABCUS CHILDg,' Proprietor. mnil f.tnnmr . I , ,inr " tmnmr naaunBrsvasiiT w.-,bKU-?i.',on0, sompUtita tbs lAct!?'" bM" Ulti ' "" sw- "WINTER- PrOnns fthtlll ? Dthln before offer Sd In this market. In the Ooatom Vaoartment I hi. dIov none bat tK K. n-... lr5 ""lruBu 1 .em- order, will li .pifl,TsT,;nd w" Wstrrantad ta Fit mm a. ... - nNiW, MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will find at thla lahll.hnant .11 M.. . aa veaaa uvi WalipvJtJkl VIA IU UU llOS READY MADE CLOTHING AMD OEiNTH riRrllSHIlvA SlaMtna. ..-.u. .y tuut 0417, in 01 wuion a in elsewhere ,xtniln before purchasing HEiVIEITIBKHI My Store U oppoait the Capitol, In Ihe New Nell Hoots BUildloff. and I. etna nf ihm Rnari aMH D .L . country. A vl.lt to It will repay any one for tho rnnrtiM. declB-dGm MAKOUS OBTXBB. OPENING -op- NEW GOODS AT P.ROSE'S. I AM NOW OPENING A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of Goods for Gents' Wear, And would say to my old euatomers, friends, and the o .nil,., uuuu v.uiuuir, mmnm o or der, in the laleet style and of the beat goods, that I will make It to their advantage to give me a call before por ehaaing elsewhere. apeciat attention paid to Military Officers' Olotblnt. aprllSI-tf Merchant Tailor. Cincinnati Law and Collection Office. IsTastUHis A. S, 1840. THOMAS POWELL, Attornoy at AND COLLECTION OFFICE, NO. I MA80NI0 TEMPLE, CINCINNATI. RemlttajiRM In .11 ..... iMM.ji.i.t. ., , . : 7 - . ihin.hi vn w. col lection of any claim. Tbs following reference! are gtvn by permission of the parties, with whom Mr. Powell bat for many reare been acquainted. ' nicnolas Longworth, Eiq. Samuel N. Pike, Esq. Joseph 0. Butler, Esq. W.'B. Smith fc Co. Baker fc Von Pbul. Tyler, Davidson fc Co. Hon. W. B. Caldwell, Bi Ohlaf Jostles, State ol Ohio. D. W. Oorwln, lata King, Oorwln fc Co. Clark, West fcOo., 121 and l23Duane8t..N. T. Samuel 8. Bowman fc Oo., 17 John St., B. Y. d.o2ro2lti - K'q-N- -.. T. BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., WHOLESALE fc RETAIL DEALERS IN Fine & Staple Groceries! Foreign and Domcslic Fruits, CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, Fore Wines and Liquors ' FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSE I. Country Produce taken In exchange for Goods. NO. 273 SOUTH HIGH STREET, Ooluratoxxo, Ohio. All goodt delivered free of charge to any part of ths City, DAVID W. BBOOKS,) JOHN STIAINI, ( N. MlttON. ) deo7-tf Colnmbos Wholesale Liquor Store LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IMPORTERS AND DIALERS IN . Foreign and Pomettic Winei, Brandiei, fce. fco. ALSO, OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, 224 SOUTH HIGH EX. Ooluxxilbixia, o. Nov. 19, 1862 dlyis V. R. GLAZIER, Agent, TJcioitTjaiirEi.. ATJOTION, BALD AND COMMISSION ROOMS, JVa. 184 SoatBi Fanrtki street, . OppoelU the Market Honse. kind." p'royr"4 "" " OldaninewFurnltura BOTJQHT AND SOLD, rartiflilap .t t.n , I n. h. l .u- . . .... . wi ... n , " "w aan w noises ana lJS? OarrugeB, and Household and Kitchen SataBbMb eoantry prompt) atttnded to. . . (lata of Fhaioa's sfabhahaeat, N. T.J -PROPRIETOR OF TUB NEW YOKEL A Fashionable Sharing, Hate OalHng, BaampooDing Onrltnf and Dreeauf Saloon, In tha Baasment of tha TOUHxmaMg "i( . . under tha Poatoffioa. . when satiafacUoB will as ftvsa In all tbe varloat branches. 1 Ladlas' sad Oblldraa's Hair Dreeslng Sons ta tbe nest tyre. - . t Warm and Cold Baths ean ba had at ; all Honn - Irlidly ' Jl. Valuable Farm for Salo.T I WILLtlELL AIT FARfflf Id PHAI. RIB township, 10 miles vest of Oolaatbot, sa ths aeonresrUle rowi, OMUIalng 86 acm. There a a toed JS'l i el I water on tbs prsmlsss. Pot terms appl to JAB. TTJRTON. martO-dfcwtf