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TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1863.
Rail Road Time Table. Bhowtng th arrival and departure ef train at Colum bia.' On tod after April IWth, leS3, train wlllrun m loHowsr 1 LiTTLi Hum Columbus At Xaru B, B. . ' toav. Arrive, amotanatl Aooommodatloa. 3:35 A. U. 9:!2S P. U. Jtudnnatl Bxpree 1 1.00 A At. 11:00 A.M. stall and Aeoonunoditlon... 3:U P. II. 385 P. M. HivhtBzpreoo, vie Dayton, U;00 Midnight 3:45 A. 11. .' Jo. ff. Dohixtt, Agent OofcOMSOS As Outiukd B B. Might Bxpree New York Bxpree.... Mull. 4:00 A.M. 1 1:15 P. li . 11:10 A. U. lOiiSA.H. .3;llP M. . 8.50 P.M. Jambs hmuoi, Agtnl. 1 OamuiOuioB. B. Ho. 1 Bxprn 4:15 A. M. 10:30 A. M. Ho. Six. to Newark only 11:15 A. M. No. SBxpress 3:40 P. At. 11:35 P. M, W. J. feia, Agent. ., PimiuMa, Oettmaos a Oixgubati B. B. Itall Train 4:15 A.M. 10:30 A. M Bipreee Train 11:15A.M. 11:35 P. M Jo. Bosimsor, 'Agent, i Oobombui a iHDUKorom, K. B. , (OoLDMBCS Plana At laoiAMA B. B.) No. 1 Bxprses 6.30A. M. 11:00 A. M " 3:00 P. M. 5:00 P. U Q. A. Hiu, Agent. - Omhibusb will call tt th principal Hotels In time to . wi raesengsrs io tne Depot! before tne departure vry Tnln, and will call tor Pacseng en In any part of the oity, by leaving ordan at tho Offiae on State, eaat of ttignatreet. aim, will be In readiness at the Depots, on tb arrival of all trains, to contey P mongers and saggage io an pans oi ids city. W. B. HA WEB 8 Ac Co., Proprietors. State and Local News. Democratic County Convention. The Democracy of the several wards and townships will meet at the usual places of holding eleotions on Saturday, May 30th In the wards at 1 o'clock la the evening, and In' the (ownthtps at 3 o'clock P. M. to appoint delegates to attend the County Convention, to meet at the City Hall la the City of Columbus on Satdsdat, Jonc Offf,. at 11 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of eleotlog twelve delegates lo the St&to Convention to be held In the city of Calnmbns oa Thorjday, June 11th. ' Too following Is the number of delegates al lotted to each ward of the city of Columbus, nod to each township of the oounty of Franklin, based upon the vote cast for Supreme Judge in 1863, allowing one delegate for each fifty and an additional delegate for each fraction of twenty-five votes so cast: CITY OV COLCMBOS. lit Ward 6th Ward. 7th . 8th . Qth " . Sd 3d 4tb 5th Montgomery.' Mad lion Hamilton.. Traro Jefferson..... Plain Mifflin Clinton Perry Huron Blendon Waihlngton Norwich ... Pranklln... Brown Prairie Pleasant Jackson. WM. DOMIGAN, WM. DOMIGAN, Chairman Democratic Cen. Com. May 2, 1863. We are under daily obligations to Mr. 8. D Tbacbtr and his assistants, of the American Express Company, for Eastern papers In ad vance of the mails. S It is announced In a Cincinnati paper ibat the Baell Court of Icqairy will have entirely completed Its labors by to-morrow (Wedoee dy). ' . Song seven hundred exebtnged prlscnere, oaptnred by the rebels at Morfreesboro, arrived here on Sunday evening Irjm C ty Point. Tbev will, it Is said, remain here a few days, aad then proceed to Bonton Binaries, near St. Louis. JuraiTAiiT to Fasmsm Franklin La Rew, of Hamilton, Ohio, has found a complete reme dy and cure for bog cholera. He warta-.tt in all cases. Patent obtained. Township and couu ty rights may be bad. Addrers Frntkliu La Rew,. Hamilton, Ohio. ms)5-d< Blackwood's Mqzini. The April Dumber of Blackwood contains the following articles Sensation Diplomacy iu Japan; Miss Clifford's Marriage Part II.; Sir James Graham; The Inexhaustible Capital (Rome); Two cumbers of Bulwer's Caxtoniana one on Sell-Control, and the other on The Modern Misanthrope; Speddlug's Life of Bican; The Ycang-Ti Mountains, and Splrit-Wrlilug in China; Mar risge Bells. The last article is a sort of (rose poem oa tbe recent royal wedding In England. Tbe last ar tide but one is a fine descriptive sketch of wan derings in tbe interior of China. Tbe reader will find it an intereiting account of tbe custom of obtaining what are oalled spirit-writings a praCtioe thtt, though a novelty here, seems to have existed from time imxemorlal la China Blackwood is republished by L. Scoit & Co ;Np York, at $3 a year, .. ; .Cctmon. PaooiiDtNos. The City Council met last evening President Reinhard In tbe ohair Fifteen members present at roll-Oall . Tbe City Cleik presented the following , Statment of th BtctipU and JDlthtritmmt of th City of Colimibu from April 4 to May 4, 18C3, in : ..... , , BBOIIPTS. - i Balance In Treasury, April 4 ; Oltf Qravel Bank t SCO 3,739 49 i . i Wbarf Bents 300 10 Bale of oity lots. 460 00 Bines and Llotnses..'... 118 75 Market House Uolleotloni 138 10 1,017 45 4,750 94 BIBBUBBBMENIS. IUe Department ; Olty Police Chain Gang Department..." Market House, etc . Salaries, eto , Gai Bepalrs, ete Printing, Stationery, etc Incidentals-.. I..... ...... i.. , .. .. v .ii: ' Balance In Treasury, May 4. . 474 21 . 845 06 . 273 40 ,. 30 00 .. 66 60 . SI 43 ,. 17 00 .. 1 00 : i The Street Commissioner , reported that there bad been employed daring the month of April horses end carts, in removing dirtfrjm itieeta and alleys, to the amount of $129.35 and 42 days wotk of laborers, amounting to p $47.30. : Daring tbe lame period the Chain gang had performed one hundred days work T1 The City Civil Eogioeer roported that the Columbus Railroad Company bad filed in bis office, subjeot to the approval of tbe Council . the plat; eto.,. of their traok through High 1,728 76 3,028 18 4.756 94 street. " T? ways. Referredti the committee on High Mr. Armstrong i presented tbe- petition of James M. McKee, Allen Lstbam and J. Hughes, "for the improvement of Latham street. Re ferred to tbe commUtee on Highways , ' ' Mr. Carmlchael presented tbe petition of 'flHIienl In to Ninth Ward for Improveminte, to., In laid Ward. Referred io a selecteem- 73 mitteeMessr's. ThompVo i, Jaege. EbeTrly rriieoa. ' ..- ' . ;' r .. t ,; :a i . Mr. Wilson, from tbe commltUebii Weill and Cisterns, reported a resolution 'fo"v th ion' straction of a cistern on tbe corner of Front 'reel and Noith Publio lane,and Oa High Itroet, near Capital University. Adopted, 't , Mr. Douty, from the committee on Highways, reported that the committee hud found too pro file of tbe Street Railway conformable to; the charter of the Columbus Railroad Company Report adopted. . ' ' f ' Mr. Thompson introduoed an ordinance to establish a City Police, and prescribe Its powers and duties. Real tho first time, and referred to the committee on Ordinances and Revision. Mr. Wilson Introduced an ordinance to pro vide for the appointment of a City Civil' En gineer, a City Fire Engineer, and a Superin tendent of Markets. .Read the firtt lime, 'and referred io same . committee. . Mr. Thompson introdaoed an ordinance to provide for the appointment of a Special Board of Equalization. Read the first time( and re ferred to eame bommittee.. j.' ,M : , The ordinance regulating omnibuses, and other vehicles, and to prohibit toners, eto., was read the third time and patsod yeas 13, nays 3 Mr. warty ottered a resolution, for tbe ap pointment of a committee of three reebolders to divide the City into Sewerage districts. Adopted. i Mr. Gienn offered a resolution far tbe pay ment of ton dollars to Wm. B. Aiken for tbe use of a room for holding an election April 7, 1862. Adopted. ' . " : - Mr. Thompson preseuted the bond of Joshua. J. Fuoston, City Cleik, w blob was read and re. ferredtothe City Solicitor, - J ' .,, j Mr. Thompson offered a reialotioir semir ing tbe City Solicitor to repmt tbf proprr;jlitejiB to be taken for ridding High f treet. ol rai.rjad switches. Adopted. ' i Mr. Thompson presented the realisation of Frank Royco as a regular police officer. Ac cepted. Mr. Wilson offered a resolution instructing the committee on Highways to take Immedi ate meaBurei for the removal of tbe toll-cste on High street south of Capital University.-i- Adopted. j Tbe Counoil then went Into the election of 'a Street Commissioner for tbe tern) of twO years. Bernard McNally received 11 votes and plants Daly 5. Mr. McNally was declared dulyelcoted. Adjourned. i , ( Th CiitTM Ziituvss t Naoohton Hah.1- Nsut;hton Hall was Crowds! last night od'tBe oocasion of . the first appearance of the Caiter Z maves lo our city. Tne bill for the evening was a magnificent oue, end it was filled oat io the satisfaction and dollgbt of ths lameuie audienoe preser.t Seldom has so varied edd rich an entertainmeit been presented, to the publio la this city. ,. , ; , The sums company' perform-, at Naughtoa Hall agiin this evening with a change of pro gramme, including tbe 0I1 Folks' s Concert and umr mmion ana oomio novelties, secdre scats early, for the Hall will doubtless be crowded again tc-night , .' ,; ; 1 Troth " Truth is mighty and will prevail.' Sj will derrick Allen's Gold Medal Saleratas over all others, notwithstanding so many la (be trade are trying to imitate it and deceive the public with a spurious arliclai. Oat adyioe is to use oo other, try ' no other, call.for no other, and be put off with no other, for wo know there b oo omer us gooj. it takes lo iu quantity; it is far superior to soda to use with cream tartar; it is free from alldelfltrrlonannhntannea- you cin obtain ranch better Biscuit witli It than with any other saleratus or with sods; we have. Try ft, andepeik from experience.. .CS? I Riiota, Srcr and Tbimk. We snuDOse the most of our readers buy and use D. B. De Liu.i & Co.'s Chemical Saleratus; but if there are any of joa who do not, joat etop and think tout impure saleratus is very detrimental to joureelf and family, while tbo Chemical Sal eratus is as pure as snow, aud Is theiefure pur fectly healthy. It Is manufacture J at Fair port, Moaroe couaty.N. Y., and for sale' by moat merchants and grocers la the country rr, ' i hi dcbi aaviue mat can be takea is to tan your natural teeth and keep your gums sound by uaiug Hudson's dnrinallio Tooth Paste. Gail for it at Studer's, Marple', Samnol's, Robets; Wilson's, 8chaollor's, Shaup's, Denlg's, Rtdg way's, J. Fjwler's, D. D. 8., or at Drugciets Dentists or Perfumers snywhore. ,Try It one and all. , ' ; ' ! . , Wantio From 6 to 10 boarding borael at imonioo'sExcbaoge. Price $3 CO per wjek SPECIAL NOTICE Scurvy and scrofulous Ernpilens will soon cover the bodies of those brav men who are fighting their country's battles. .Night air, bad food and drenohlog rains will make aad havoc witb the strongest, therefor let tvery man supply himself .with HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT; It is a certain .ear for every kind of sMn disease. Onlj 85 ctsl ner not.' I 215 aprllSO-dScwlw ILfHealers In my- well known inedlolnes can tiave Show Cards, Circulars, to.., sent tbem, VBBB Ot 'XX- PENBb, by addressing Thomas Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, n. Y. f$m MANHOOD. I BOW LOST, , HOW . BEBI0B3D Joit pabllshed, In a Sealed Envelope. Frio Six Cents A Lioctnro on ! Naiurv, Treatment and Badlcal Cure of SpermalorrhoBi or Bemlnal Weak Deli, Involnntary Emlialons, Sexnal Debility, and Im- pcaimsnw to aaarrisge seceraiiy, Kervonineis, ton snmptlon, Bpilepayand Kit: Mental and Ph?lcfln capacity, reaultitig 'rom Bolf Aboae, etc By BOBBBT j. uuiiVGuwsi.ii, si v., nnuior or tne areen Book, A Boon to 's?uouande of Kufferei-, Sent ander seal, In a plain envelope, to any address, post paid, on reoeivt of lis cents, or two do face new sora rust vmuflDoa no. 1.30U. ' apll-3mdscwis -. '' Batcholor'a Hair TUB BEST IN THE WOULD, WILLIAM A. BATOHILOB'g oelebrated Hair Dj produces a oolor not to be dbttegntshed from nature- warranted not to Injure th Hair in th least) remedies the ill effects of bad dy, and Invigorates, the Hair for lite. flBBT, BBD, or BU8TV. HAIR Instantly tarns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving th Hair soft and beautiful.- Bold by all Druggists, eto . JO9 Tbe genuine I signed WILLIAM A. B ATOBB LOB, on titour lid of a& bom .,-.'. r : : j ; Facto ry No. 81 Barclay Street,! ' .(Late 233 Broadway and IS Bond Btreet,) I -my-dawly , NEW YOHK. ; ' -31 - iscmoved from Mo old Office.; Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High it. Oolnmbns, 0., has devoted himself for s series of year to th treatment of certain private diseases. He may be eonroltedathlsofflos on Broadway, Bear thsBiohaag Janlfldtf -.-:. -.'.v , TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN Last Night's Dispatches. Latest from Hooker's Army. New Ynx, May 4. The Tlmei prlnti ths following, dated two miles below Fredericks burg, Sunday morning 6 o'olock: Bartlett's brigade, Newton's division, con sisting of tbe 121st New York, 16th New York, 27th and SthMalne, and 96th Pennsylvania, are ousrging upon tne reDei battery in front or tbe Burrel House, led by the 96th Pennsylvania.' It bas fired with considerable precision, annoying ns to a great extent. Frederioksbarg Is occu pied by the troops of Coroctan's old brigade end tbe troops of Newton's division.' 9 A. M. After a lull mukt firing has again oommenoed. We hre losing some men. A r tillery on aoth sides has again opened, and Ii firing rapidly. Our troops are well protected behind tbe right side of the Richmond road. 9:20 A. M. Our batteries on the left have changed position, aad are doing better execu tion. 9:30 A pontoon bridge bas bean thrown aoross the Rappahannock at Fredericksburg, and persons are passing to and fro. The rebels have removed their guns from the earthworks above Frederioksbarg, and oar single guns on wis siae are throwing an occasional snell. Rumors in Regard to Hooker's Operations. Niw Yok, May 4, 3:30 P. M. There are various rumors anoat to day, probably to influ ence stooks, that Hooker's right wine had suf fared severely on Sunday. In the absence of anything offlolal from Washington, and owing to the rigid eioluslon of all dispatches from that point by tbe senBor, considerable credence Is gained (or sensational stories; but no reports of diraatsr are credited. It is stated that the President bas received dispatches from Hooker that be bas severed rebel communication be tween Bowling Green and - Hanover Court House; that Slooum has captured fifteen bund. red rebols after crossing above Falmouth; that our communication with tten. atoneman bas been cat off by rebel guerrillas, bat will soon be reinstated, and that be (Hooker) hopes to capture all the rebels north of tbe Pamunky river. All ine news tbus far is enoouracInK The rumor is eQjtt here that eight thousand rebels have been captured, hut not from a re liable source. National Typographical Union Cuvilano, May 4. At tbe meeting of the national lypogrspnicai union neid bere to day, tbe following officers were elected: Pres ident, bugene Vallette, rbiladelpbia, Pa.; first Vice President, Geo. McK. Luken, St. Louli, Mo.; Second Vice President. J. A. Spencer, Cloveland, Ohio; Secretary and Treasurer, Thomas J. Walsh, New York: Corteipondins aeoretary, wm. r. Moore, Uetrolt, Alioh. 1 I . 'New York,' May "4. The Mobile Telegraph of tbe 24tb,,on a hif sheet, is received. A mon ster gunboat, completed at Montgomery, will soon leava lor Mobile to be plated and armed A ecbooner arrived from fort Koyal, reports that she was boarded off Morrell's Inlet by a boat from the Montioollo, who reported Ibat Lieut. Btaioe that day entered that inlet and de troyed two large warehouses filled with cotton; alto two large sonoocers witb cargos ol b?ol8, suoes, eto., ur lue reDeis. LATEST FROM EUROPE. Sandy Uooi, May 4. The steamir Etna. from Liverpool 331 and Qaeenstown 231 nit., arrived- The British Government had ordered tbe sun' boat Alexandria, built for tbe Canfederatee, to be dotaioed at Liverpool. Admiral Wilkes's proceedings were caneioe iocreased irritation la Eaglaad. It was also re ported Napoleon bad become offeoded,acd would reoall Mercier. I be report is doubted. Tbo News rays it is suepectod that tho Gov ernmcnt at Washington has given secret in struction! to its effioers, and thinks the iottince of Adams giving a permit to one vessel supports tbai opinion. It says aid given to the rebels bv British merchants by famishing supplies, elves good groanasior excluding British vessels from oommeroe- f snob an attempt be made bv Ad miral Wilkes, the British Government will out it down. Inqairies bad been made in Parliament as to the coarse the Government intended to pursue on Americaa anaira. raimtrston postponed answering. There is a rumor that tbe Government would give up tbe teamtr Alexandria for lack of sufficient evidence. It Is repotted the Government will nrevent further shipments from Ireland of oreanitid gangs ot men ostensibly for railroad purposes, oui mouRni icr mo northern armies. . i ne lioveroment deoiloed to send a call agent by steamers for Matamors, and rrcom mended tbem not to carry mails. Tho Times denounces this as cusilanimous and trucklins to the designs of Federal cruisers. It calls aloud for a ttd to be taken against farther enoroacomeni oa tne Meats ot neutrals. Tbe Mornios Post savs Adams committed a fatal mistake in crantinir certificates of ex emption. It forbears to soeak of his extraor- aioary assumption In strong terms, loellug con- uueot tne uaninet at Washington will hasten to disowa the act. Lijard said la tbe House of Commons the. matter was being; considered bv Government but no communication had been made to Mr Adams. i . . ! I be Times denounces the leiznra of the Dolphin as worse than the Petcrhoff. and savs Amerioa relies on tbe relaotance of England to engage in nosutities. It is reported that Napoleon is ereatlv offend ed at the facilities siven bv Alams for tbe conveyanoe of arms, eto , to the Mexicans. 1 be raris correspondent of the Times says: It is thought the time is net isr distant when France and England will be compelled,! as sume another attitude toward Amcrios. H ere ete iocreasing apprehensions In Paris oa the Polish question. It is believed that II the reply from Russia to the notes oi the three powers be unfavorable, Napoleon will not hesi tate to draw tbe sword. The Polish insurrec tion continues aotive. Franoe makes active naval preparations. Ihosn, April SSI. Two serious engagements occurred Sanday between the insurgents and Russians one in the forest Campinas, six miles from Warsaw, and one at Paltaisk, The 1st. ter place was burned by the Russians. UoMMHAaxif, April VW frluoe William bas ocepted the crown of Greeae. ! '!' . . .... , , , Boston, Msy 4 Cyrus Field addressed the merchants and citizens of Boston at tho Board of Trade rooms this afternoon, on tbe subjeot of tbe Atlantlo cable. ' Tbe attendance was large, and a committee of nine, oocsisiing of tomeot oar leading bankers ena merchants, was appoiatea. j ; ...,,. . ,. NiwYcsx.Mav 4 The Cairo correspondent ot toe i imes states that tbe movement to eat off rebel communication between tbe Mobile & Ohio railroad, and another in central Missis sippi, by whioh all railroads connecting with vickeDurg were to be cat, nave been eucoesslul. St.. Lodis, May 1 Advices from Cate Gl rardeaa say the rebels under Marmsduke, after nsvibg their rear assailed twice and suffering severe loss, finally escaped across the White water river, burning all the bridges behind them, and disappeared by various routes in the direc tion of Cbalk Bluffs, rn tbe Arkansas line. The result of this raid Is repeated humiliations, tlsasters and a cowardly flight before greatly interior numosrs. . u-.j.u . , Important to Agents. ; TTTE hav redoosd lb wholesale prloo of oar ORB AT VV STATIONEBY FOB! FOLIO PAOKAOB. W also giT better Watches to our agent than any ether nrm. btou stamp lornew oircuiar. , WITB dt 00. i 34 Booth Third street, Philadelphia narchSO-dawlm Fa' aXilGHTJE fc CO. .' ' ' . . . . A e,. . Piano , Forte . Manufacturers, 481 BBOODE B r., REW YORK, td BLOCK IABT OF BKOADWATj l f B. ?. 0. LIGHT!, ths original founder of this well known Bstabllshment, Bnior Partner, and only PraoHoal Piano Fart Maker of the late Arm ot "Lights & Bradborys,".haYiDg retained his Two-Thirds interest In th whole basinets stook, materials, eto., and Sol Proprietorship In his ValuaU Patmtt, lnola slvs ot hit eelebrated PATENT , INBULATID IBOM f BAHBI, is the only one who can make th BUtEBJOB PIANO FOBTBB for which this house has been so popu lar. EpAll Infringements on his rights will be proie. euted aoeordlng to law. ' ICpAll llano Tortes from this manufactory are war ranted perfect in every reipect for five years. Liberal terms to dealers. r, O. I.IOHTE tc CO., 421 Broome 8t., HEW YOBK. aprtllo-d3m House to Kent. A TWO STOBT 1BAMI DWBLLIHO, with sleven rooms In good repair, with good ont houses, shrub bery, and tvery thing complete. Bald hone is on the Worthlngton Plank road, near th Brit Toll-gate. For particulars, inquire at this office, or at No. 71 West Hay street. Dchl7-atl FAIRBANKS'S STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS. gold In Columbus by KILBOURNE, KUIINS de OO, ICpBe careful to buy only th genuine. Jan20'G3-dly jons izBLxa. imr o. wbitmaji. sr ABxwe r. roaci KEDLER, WHITMAN & FORCE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, Office, No. 11 Masonic Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. IO Practice In th Btat Oonrts; and also in th Unit ed Dtalea vutrlel, Circuit and Supreme Oonrts. Dee. l,m-dly. Sale of Real Estate by Order t ATM A oi court. ON THE lotts day of man sit one o'clock In the afternoon, on the nremlses. will be sold to the highest bidder, tbe following real estate as me property or Bit h. o'Verrall, deo'd, to will Lot No. S of John Morrlion'a anbditUlon of Out-lota No, li and 18, of Hobert Neil's addition to the city of Columbus, Ohio. Appraised at (700 00. Terms of Bale One-half eaih In hand: the realdne In one year, with interest from the day of sale, secured by mortgage oo the premises. JOHN HAIZH. Adm'r of III H. OTerrall, deo'd. Cox At Convex, Att'ys for tl tff. . April S3, 1603-dltawSw Columbus & Winchester Turn pike Company. -VHmOH IB HXBBBY GIVES, That a meeting of a. i ins Biooauotaora oi tne uoinmoae ana w incna.tflr xarnptk company will be held on Saturday, tbe 83 day of may, A, D 1883s at 10 o'clock A. M., at the office of Henry T. Chi tten den, No. 151 Booth High street, Colombo!, Ohio, for me puipoie oi electing seven directors or said Com' pany. uy oraer or corporators. Columbus, April 22. 16C3-dltSxwld Columbus & Winchester Turn pike Company. . NOTIOI is hereby given, that eald Company has filed with th Oommiaeioners of Innklln county, Ohio, a petition asking said Commissioners to surrender to said Columbus and WlncheeterTurnplkaOompany, duly organised under the law of this Stat, th Free Turn pike leading from OolumbuB to Wincheater. In eald county, and being part ot th Colombo, Winchester and Uarroll jrree xnrnplka, recorded in Boad Book No. 8, pages 1 to S, Inolusira, on th gronnd that snob snr render will suoserve ue puuilo interest. Bald petiuon wm ne ror neanug toe nrsc monday in dune, 1B03. apriMV-wew ' at. x. uuisierdkn, Att'y. NOTICE. XTOTICB IB HEBBBY OIVBN. That on the nth J.1 day of April , 1883, a petition was presented to th uommiiiioner or rrankun county, OHIO, and Bled In the Auditor's office of said county, sigaed by more than twelve citizens of said county, living upon and being Interested in the public streets, roads and bridges In the county ntreinaiiar named, aetung rortn tnat tne Lan caster and Oroveport Turnpike Company, which ie an Incorporated oompany under the laws of Ohio, deem It expedient and necessary, in laying out and building weir lurupiao roau irom ijancaeier, in xatrneia oonnty, to Oroveport. tn Franklin oounty, to enter noon, take poieeeilon of and occupy so much of the oonnty road, leading from Ootembue, In Franklin county, Ohio, via Oroveport, franklin oounty, to the Fairfield oonnty line, at or near Jaoob Bishop's, a lie bstween the eastern termini of th Columbus and Oroveport turn pike and the Intersection of the Stat road leading from Wincheater to Oroveport, and to enter apon, take pos session of, and occupy aaid Slat road, unUl it Intersect th Btat road leading from Lancaster to Columbus In the town of Winchester; then to enter upon, lake posseaelon of, and occupy the last mentioned btat road to tbe Fairfield oonnty Hoe; also th joint Interest of Franklin oonnty with Fairfield oonnty of so much ef said road aa runs south on said county line from th last mentioned point to the eouth end ot the bridge over Walnnt creek, Including th bridge; and Betting forth further, that It will be for th Interest of th communi ty using snob roads, street and bridges to have the eame taken and used for th purpose of oocstrnctlog said turnpike thereon, and praying that said Commissioners shall grant a permit in writing to said turnpike road oompany to take and ns said roads, .tract, and brldiaa npon soon terms as iney may deem tor th Interest of tne oomm unity. aid petiuon will come oa to be heard at the next regular aeiilon of said Commissioners ' KOUB PatTITIONEBB, SCO. Columbus, April 29, 1853-dltawtf Valuable Mill & Real Estate TO BE BOLD AT Master Commissioner's Sale. William Mc Will lams ) Court of Common Fleas VS. of Franklin oonnt Th Blendon Mill Company. ) Ohio. TN PfJIlSCANCE OF AN OHDEtt OF X the said Court to me directed. I will offer for eale at pnbllo auoticn at th door of tbo Court Hons In th city or uoiumtm on j Saturday, the 9th day of May, A. D. 1863, at on o'clock P. If., the following described real eetate, situate In the oounty of franklin, and State of Ohio, to wns Beginning at a itake In th west line of West etreet. la the town of Weiterville, township 8, rang 17. Unit ed Eta tea military lanaa, in tee center of a newly our vend county road, which la the extension of Main street, N. 19 deg. west 10 34 hundredths pole to a stak tnence soutn io aeg. weet is poles to a elate; tneno north 85 deg, weat 19 50-100 poles to a stake; thence loath 74 deg. 30 mln. west 97 60100 pole to a stake in th Alum creek; tbenoewlth th east branch of said oreek south 53 deg. east 19 pole to a staVe; thenoe 8. 10 deg. weet 64-100 pole to th center ot said newly surveyed oonnty road; thenoe with th said road north 79 deg. east 31 50-100 poles to th beginning, containing throe aores and ninety-one square pole. Appraised at 1 1,800 00 per acre. . . ' . W HUFFMAN, Sheriff, . ' - and Muter Oommlsnoner. Oauoway a Rosa, Att'ys. ' Printer's fee (7 00. aprtll-dlldnrtd POBITIVBLY MADH IBOM 11. Bomathln ojmuj mraasa in every amiiy ana Dy every wesson; very light and portable. AjkbU wanted even. pher. Call and see, or a sample tent by mall, free of poeuga, tor iu oenu, tnat retails ror ), by . h, WOIr OOTT, No. 170 Chatham square, New York. mai84tf TO MARRIED MEN Or Titos Contemplating mara-lag. THB anderslgned wlllglvelnformatloa oo a vary (ft Uniting and important subjeot, which wlU be rain ed more thaa a thousand times its costly every married ooupl of any an or oondltion in HrW Th Information will be sent by Bull to any address oa th reoelpt ef SI otnta (2or; and one red stamp, Ul lsttsrs sbeull bs sddrssssl to eet31 Ijiawdaw Boston, Mss. NOTICE. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market.—May 4. OOTION-DaU and deollnlnc trlfllne Bales at SSSB too. .- - FLOUB Dull and heavy. andSAlOa lover.'' Bales of xtra ronnd hoop Ohio at 97 05a oo for trad brands, market einting Heavy. whihkx vnu ana acoiining. - WHBAT Dnll and deoilnlnx. Winter red western at a I GO in store, but not aolte sound at II S3. uuaN a tnn lower ana very dull, at mmeusror sonnd and KX&tilo tor unsound. oath Dull snd lowerat wasso. WOOL Quiet and uecbanged. POKK Dull and nnchanved. Bacon side easier at OXlsaXa for western: 6Ktiat7o for wostern ahoit ribbed; ,uvu ronsn siaeeai oxa.oxa- 1AH0 Without material chania and In moderat d mend at 8(10io. Cincinnati Market.—May 2. FLO0R A dull and heavy market, and prices were nominal. Buyers were holding back for fower rates, whilst holders were aeklng full prlcee, not willing to sell food superfine below BS 05 to IS 70. WIIIHKY-A firm market, with sales of 400 brls at 42(4xKO, the latter rate for wagon. rHOVlBlONB xne manet was very quiet to-day, and nothing transpired worthy of note. In th abtenoe of sales, we muet quote prioes nominal. . OB00BBIKB Tbe demand oontlnnes ot a limited nature, without ehange In prion. We quote Bngar at ll(iiXororuuDe,ana it wrjcrornew Orleans; uoi fee. 3lK(S33Xe: and AtoUsses SO to Oo WHEAT The demand oontlnnee light, and the mar ket rules heavy, and red declined to $125 for etrlctly prime. There it not much whit In th market, and holder are firm at 81 3001 33 for Indiana or Ohio, and (1 35 1 40 for prim to choice Kentucky. Tbe only sales mad pnbllo weri 350 boehels prime red at 125; 300 do at 1 25 delivered: 325 do prime Indiana white at 133. OOBN The supply and demand ar about equal, and tne market rules sieaoy at owwtc tor ear or snenea in balk; with sales of 1,500 bash at these ngnres. A sale of 500 bash white was repotted at 68oln bulk, but this was oonsldered above the market. OATS The market rales steady, with a fair demand and only moderate receipt. We quote tbem at 8Do In Dulk, aoa Ufflouo inomaing sacxs i.uuu du,d sou a 70c In sacks, buyer furnliblng sacks. BY It The receipt continue light, and the market is nrm at tne advance reported yeeterday. w quote prime samples at 63385c oa arrival, tbe former rate to balk and the latter in sacks, buyer farniihlng sacks. BAKLBY A continued dull and heavy market, and prices deollned fully So per buih, olosing dull at the deollne. We now quote prime fail at a 1 45, and prime Htete spring at tl 40. 400 buih fall sold at 1 42, and 200 do fair do at 140. BAY We hare no chime to report in the market. Xne demand la llgbt. aud Hardly equal to tne offerings, and orices are droopinx. but not ouotablr lower. We quote prime Timothy at 20 00321 00 per ton In hales on arrival, and f H w XJ vu rrom sure. OUBICSH Tbe market rules stead , wltn a lair a mandat 10 12c for new, and 1441ic for old. The stock of old Is nearly exbauited. BUTT a Tbe beat grades meet wltn a good local and shipping demand, and tbe reoelpta ef such being Dent, fall prioes ere realised ror all sold, but qualities below prime are dull and not wanted. We qadte prime to choice at xjcstxbs. ana common to good at juo. Bom lew lot of choice Weitern Beeerve were sold at 87o. . UmOtt Buffalo Market—May 4. FLOUB Market onlet. WHEAT Quiet, eales of 7.C00 bush white Kentncky at (1 40 per bush; and sales of Chicago spring on pn vale terms. , OOBN Fair new mixed and old tells at 60Glo. O ATB In fair demand at 89o. '' BYE-Quletat80(SH5o. BABLEY Nominal at tl 0031 15. WHISKY Dalit no sales. Canal freights quiet at 14o on corn, 16o on wheat New York. The imports are ZI.000 brls flour. 89.000 bash wheat. and 71,000 buah corn- Exports, 104.000 bush wheat, itu.uov sain corn, ana xu,uuu ousn oats. Baltimore Market—April 29. BEEF CATTLE The receipts at the Fcales to-day amounted to only 350 head. Of th offeringe 50 head were left over unsold. 100 head sold for Washington and the balance purchased by Baltimore butchers at prices ranging rrom 14 n to ao 75 psr luo ft i ror fair to prim beeves no change from last week. BiiEBr to reoelpta of sbeep won larger, ana tne prices rather Irregular. Bales hav been made dnrlcg tne week attxauuoper ft gross, according to quality. HOQS Tbe market was fairly supplied, and with a good demand prlcee rated steady, sales of fair to prim live nogs being made at v per luu as net. New York Money Market—May 4. Money I abnndant and rates easy at 495 per cent, on call. Sterling Exchange in moderate request at 103, 1C5 for first olaas bills. Cold unsettled and lower; opening at 50, and closing auuati'Ai. Government Stooks firmer. IT. 8. 6's "81 coupons iui;tsMt. i- w treasury notes luojtlsi iu, WXULT SAUK STATXMBMT. Decrease in loans I 628,834 Deorease In specie 323,53V Doorcase In ciroulallon ,. . 354 A0 Deorease In deposit 1,870,03 New York Stock Market.—May 4. olosing heavy. Chicago and Bock Island 95X; Ohlcaro and Northwestern 30; Alton 79; preferred 80; Milwaukee andPnlritdu Ohlen 48; To ledo and Weetern 77 1 Chicago and "Iton 78K: Clara land and Toledo 110X; Galena and Chicago DbJkJ; Oleve- anaana rittsDargos; nttsourg, fort Wayne and Ont euro 69; Cincinnati, Cleveland and Oolnmbna 162: II linois Central script 94; Michigan Bon the rn guaranteed uu; micmgan ventral luv; atariem J4; Alrl -preferred iwtti sine 00; new xorx ventral veiawar and unaeon ire; mevciana ana ruteDnrg 4tn bonds 87 Missouri 6's 65K: Tennessee 6's 60; Treasury 7-3 10 109 nonary ana Auguet u.n.v i ei; registered lw 353 RUBIA MILLS. 355 353 and SSS.Waehlncton strees,Nev xork City. GOVERNMENT COFFEE Put up In tin foil Pound papers, 48 tn a box, and in bulk. Our prioes range from 7 to 30 cents. We put up th following kinds: Javar Maracaibo, Bio, and Various Utner iJranda oi Bupenor Uonees. We believe our Coffee to be bUr thaa any groun Coffee now in nse . All orders addressed to us, or to our Agent. Messrs. Placb Jt Todbo. 18J Ohambers street, corner Waihlngton Btreet, New York Olty, will reoeir prompt attention. Th retail trad supplied by first olass Jobbing bouses In the various cities. TABEB & PLACE Wk. . Tabt oua. Placb N. B. Trade Price List furnished on application. mchS7-d3mis T. T. OVERLY, Dealer In FAMILY GROCERIES Foreign and Domestic Fraits, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS CHOICE FAMILr FLOUB, So. 69 Horth Hitrh Street. Ooluzials-ufli. oialo Country prodaoe taken In exchange for goods. Goods deliyered free of oharge Wo any part of tbe City. deol3-d0m. . JAMES G. BULL, Attorney & Counsellof at Law. Office In Piatt's Building, No. 15, East . state street, febU-dta ' HIRAM TUCKER, ' ' Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In ' ".Tucker's Patent Spring Bed." TMIBSB Beds ar partloularlv noted for that Aimnii. A nee, Base and SumblUty, and ar warranted to give pvnsBt nuaiacuon. masa TUUn.SK, , , No. 9 Seven Block, Boston, Haas. SBohS7d3m . RANKIN & WYLIZs, Attorneys at Law, QTJIOB PABBON BUTLIUNa, OOBNBB Of TOWN and Hl(h Streets. oUeotloB and ether mattenpreaplbj attaded t. BejfeswnoM given when required, decl7-dly. MEROHANT TAILOEING . ESTABLISHMENT - NEIL HOUSBpf (OPPOBITB THB BTAT1 CAPITOL,) . t MARCUS CHILD 3, Proprietor." - THIS LABOB AND nAONiriOeflT Bitabliakra'nt la one of the moat eoaoleteln ths West, and ha Just been Sited with a large and well looted stook ot . .... WINTER GOODS. whloh will b found to exoel anethlna-aw UMafan ed In thl market. In th Custom Vepartmeat I a ploy son bat th best Cotter and Workmen, and ,11 orders will be speedily filled, and warranted to rit ana Well BlaeU, . MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will find St thl BitAblUhment all the a. quired for a complete outni, and my fuillUe and prloa ar such that I can defy oom petition tn this line. READY HADE 0L0THINO AND cents' ffjumsnino goods; Will be found in great variety, having ths Unrest itock of ibis kind ever brought lo this olty, all of which I la vit th publio to oall and examine before pnrobaelnf elsewhere. BEfflBiriBEUt tfy Store Is opposite the Capitol., In the New Neil Eeuae nuiiamg, ana i I on of th finest Btor Booms la th country, a visit to tt will repay any on tor the trouble. deoiS-dSm MABOCB OE1XM. OPENING OF NEW GOODS AT F, ROSE'S. AM NOW OFXNIN9 A BPUMDID AfleOBTUBNT of Goods for Gents' Wear, And would say to my old cuitoceis. friends, and the publio in general, deelring Good Clothing, mad to or der, In the lateet style aud of the best goods, that I will stake It to their advantage to glv me a oall before pur. chaelng elsewhere. especial attention paid to miliary Ofnoer' Clothing. P HUSK, aprlWl-tf Merchant Tailor. Cincinnati Law and Collection Office. Bstabubbbb A. S, 1840. THOMAS POWELL, Attorney at Xsa-ot, AND COLLECTION OFFICE, NO. ( HASONIO TIMPLB, OinCINIVATI. Bemittanco In all case made lmmediatalv on th sol. lection of any olala. The following reference ar lrn bv rwrmlaat on of the partie, with whom Mr. Powell ha for many yean been acquainted. Mono las Longworth, Isq. Samuel N. Pike, Bsq. Joeeph 0. Bntler, Bsq. W; B. Smith At Oo. Baku At Von Ibul. Tyler, Davidson At Oo. Bon. W. B. Caldwell, Bx-Ohief Jostles, Btat of Ohio. D- W. Oorwln, late King, Oorwln At Co. Clark, Weet At Co., Ml and IV3Duangt.,N. T. Samuel 8. Bowman Co., 17 John St., St. t.' Wm. H. Powell, Bscj.,No.iBastdBt.,M.T dec2l-a BROOKS. STEARNS & CO., WE0LB8ALB At BBTAIL DBAXBBB IN Fine & Staple Groceries. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, Pore Wines and Liquors POB MEDIOINAX PUBPOBBS. Country Prodaoe taken to exchange for Soodi 1 NO. 873 SOUTH HIGH 8TREET, Oolixxnloixja, Olxlo. All goods delivered free of oharg to any part of th Oity, DAVIO W. 110018,2 JOHN STIAJtUB, m. aiatoM. ) dee7-tf i Columbus Wholesale Liquor Store LACELLE ROSS &C0., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IM POSTERS AND SBA1EK8 IN Foreign and Domettfo Wiaei, Brandies, aw. Ico. AX80, OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON WAREHOUsB AND OtriOltSSi BOOTH HIGH SI. OoluxxLto-uua, O. Nov.' 19, 1888 dlyU V, R, GLAZIER, Agent, jCLTTOTIOTTI31IIXl. 0 AUCTION, OALD AMD 1 COMMfSSION ROOMS, it. 184 soutn FwurtfA Street, OppoelU the Market Hon. I am no Prepared to reoeir oa Coomlaaten all kinds of property. ' ' Old and new lurnllar BOUOHT AND BOLD. Particular attention glvan to in sale f Horsee and Wagone and Oarrlage, and Bouaanold and Xltehea ruroitore. decltdtf0" 00nllt "0,BPU attended to. Honry ZXoelxlox, , " (LaU ot Phalon's BstabUsbaent, N. T. J PBOPBIETOH OF THB HEW VOHK taahlonabl 8havlng, Hair Cutting, Bhsampooataig Curling and Dreoalng caloen, - In th Basement of th JfmU Boosjsi . under tbo JPcxotoffioa, when satlsfaetlon will be gtm tat all AM vwtoi bnnekea. Ladies' and Children's Bats Dressing doa la th beat tyl. ' Warn and Cold Batha ean bt had at all Eoui .. lylldly ) . ' .'- . Valuable Panxi for Sale. I -WIlL .SEM. BIT PARn IN PHAI. MB township, 10 nlles weet of Columbus, oa th florgvlU road, oontalntng 8S aere Thr ai a good Pram Dwelling Hons and Out bniidlng, and Be well of water en th prsalM. for Urate apply to W.B. Bankin, ' JAJ. ICMON.. . arJO-dfcwtf