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SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1863.
State and Local News. Congregational Conkbinoe. -The Congre. gallon! State Conference of Ohio will bold tbelr eleventh annual meeting In the Plymouth obuivh, Cleveland, Thunder, June 11th, at 7 o'clock, P. M. The eztroleet will open with a trmon by Rer. Wm. Wakefield, of Marietta, Local Conference A QcERT.Jost after the famous "General Ordera No. 84," eince revoked, had beon -lamed, Prentloe wrote: Having ezoluded the World from his depart ment, a eotemporarr wanta to know when Qan. Burneldo will prohibit the two other Impedimenta iu virtue -me nesn ana toe Deviii" , " A rroiNTHENTdi J . P. Coatee, ot Cleveland, Aeslalont Surgeon of the 9th Ohio; George W. Ramage, of Marjeville, Aieiitant Surgeon of the 9Gibj W. B. MoGaverao, Assistant Bar aeon ol the 2C;b. to Snrtreon: nrivate Jamee K. Hamilton to be Adjntant of the U3tb, vice Cox, resigned; Orderly Charlea C. flood to be Seo ond Lieutenant 31st. Prentice taya it would eem thai the rebel ladies in the porttone of Tennessee visited by the Federal troops can't be considered exactly presentable. A letter lo the Chattanooga Rebel says that they have been "stripped of every thing." v , - ,m The Aerejts in Morrow Codmtt. Wesley Graham, Joseph Graham and Henry Shade were arrested la Moirow county by Major Bieroe on the 4,b inet. oo the charge of resist ing the enrollment nnder the Conscription aot. They were placed in charge ot United States Murfbal Bill ol the Northern Distrlot of Ohio, and ludged in the Cuyahoga county jail. "la Vii-kahurg really taken?" lays Hans to Quilp, the day after no were all thrilled with the exciting but rather premature news of the capture of that rebel etronghold. "No," re plied Quilp, "not quite but it will be before many days. You see It is Invested closely by Grant, and I hive no doubt It will prove a good investment." Pav-Aoent Williams reached here frlday with seventeen thousand dollars collected from the 23J, 12th and 91at regiments in West Vir gin'a. A special to the Cincinnati Commercial says: On acoouut of the miserable extortion of the sutlers, who demanded and reoeived their pay lor five months', and the soldiers only reoeiv ed two months' pay, some of the boys were stripped of their entire pay, while others had to put up with one and two doltirs. It Is said ttie officers ere to blame for this Injustice. Camp Hdstt. The establishment, says the Clccinoitli Enquirer, of Camp Hortt, some months sinoe, was one of those economical ar rangements which, have proven, , from, the first, beneficial te the prosecution of the war. It was first inatitnted by Captain F. W. Hurtt, for the recuperation of animals 'considerably worn out iu tie service. ' It ocouples the former eite ol Camp Gurley, west of Cumminsvllle, and at first comprised about sixty acres of good grounds. Here the animals were fad and brought iuto snch oondition in a short time that they could be again turned over to the Transportation Department Camp Hortt Is now in charge of Captain MoClnog, and it has proven so satis factory in Its operation! that he is aboot to ex tend the grounds, taking In some additional eighty acres. '- We find the following in theNawark Advo cate, which is edited by Hon. William D. Mor gan:' 1 Vebilv, a Great Man hab Fallen in Is rael Ttie Columbus papers anoounoe ibe deatb, on Fridiy lust, of Rev. J. D. Smith, D. D., pastor of the Westminster ohurob of (bat city. The dera isej net ouly a men of rare ability, but a model Christian gentleman. During a residence of fonr years In Columbus, tt was our grt privilege to listen to the nilnla trillions at the deceased. It wae not, however, in his pnlpit teaching alone that he Impressed tho world with confidence In bis sincerity and reaped lor bii goodues. Ilia daily walk, hie conversation, bis bearing, bis very countenance betukeued a man of purity of boart aud an itrueut and humble follower of the Great Shep herd. Tbfi ounimnuitf at large, but especially hie congreKulioo, may well nionra the loss they haveeuttiinrd. Ling will itbebefore the void which his death h&sproduoed can be filled. The entiauoetj a woman's heart is through tertjeiir tar; but a philosopher has said the way to a mau's heart is down his throat Good housewives uoderstaud this, and use Herilck Alton's Gild Medal Saleratus. If tbure aie any eo nnlorlunaU as not to have tried it, go immediately to your Grocer and get a paper, aad our word for It, tt will make a heart ai bard as adamant, eofteu aud be joyful, and ever after will praise the seller of Herrlok Allen's Gold Medal Saleratus. Everybody tells it. Depo. 112 Liberty Street, New York. Try It. Medical Notice, A meeting of the Physi cians of this city will be held at 3 o'clock to morrow (Monday) afternoon, lo the Museum of Starling Medloal College, for the purpore of taking Into consideration the late ordor ol Sur geon Gen. Hammoud, denounoiog tae use, in the army, of certain Important curative agents. , , , . MANY PHYSICIANS..: June 6, 18C3. . , The best advice that oao be taken Is to sees your natural teeth and keep your gums sound by using Hudson's unrivalled Tooth Paste. Call for it at Studer's, Marple's, Samuel's, Robert's, Wilson's, Schueller's, Shaup's, Donlg'a, Ridg way's, J. Fjwler's, D.D.8., or at Druggists, Dentists or Perfumers anywhere. Try it one and all. ; . '' '. . Strawrirrv Festival The ladles of Trin ity Cburoh will give a Strawberry Festival at Ambos nail, on Tuesday evening, Jane 9. . Ad mittance 35 oeute" " ... , , ; " ' The ladies are preparing fir a pleasant re nnion at this festival. Let them have a goodly number of guests. 259 South High Street, near Friend, 1 the place where new housekeepers and others, who are in want of Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Looklnglassee, China-wares, good Coal Oil and Lamps ,eto , should go before they purchase else where, for C. T. Paff has Just reoeived a large assortment of the newest and most fashionable goods In the market, of the above and hat de termined to tell at the lowest possible rates. Give him call. " v 1 . pl3G.lm3tw " DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. ! .VENTION".: : .v. Thursday, June 11th, 1863. To the Democracy of Ohio, and all other in fa tor of th Union as if tees and (As Conetitution sifts; Yoa are hereby notified that the Democratic A A 1 1 . - 1 St .. i m veowai committee nai aesignaiea i hdrs dav, the 11th dav ov Juhb, 18G3, as the time for holding the next Democratic State Conven tion, in the olty of Columbus, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for each of the fol lowing offloes, vis: Governor i Lieutenant-Governor i Auditor of Statu ' Treaiurer ol State ' One Judge of the Supreme Court; , On member of th Board of Publie Work. The1 Democratic voters, and all others in fa vor of the Union as it was and the Constitution at it Is, ot tbe several counties within this State, are respectfully requested to.proceed to appoint Delegates to represent tbem In said Convention, on the following basie: One Delegate for each county, and an additional Delegate for every five hundred votes oast for Hon. Rovus P Ran nit, for Supreme Judge, at the last October election, and for every fraction of two hundred and fifty votes and over, one additional Dele gale. .. i . The number of Delegates to which each coun ty is entitled, Is Indicated la the following ta ble: .,, , Oounlles. Banney's No. Oounttes. Banna's Mo. vote Dels vote. Dels, Adams 1758 Allen 1759 Ashland. ...2H1 Ashtabula... 7110 Athtna 18(15 Auglalae....ia05 Belmont.... .8509 Brown SMI Butler. .....39H7 Carroll 122 Champaign. .1874 Olark 1812 Clermont... S8U8 Clinton 122 OolambUna.S388 Ooahooton ..8467 Crawford.. ..SutC Onyahoga...5bH Darke us Defiance.... 13U2 Delaware.... 1058 Brie 1340 Fairfield.. ..3450 Fayette 10114 franklin... .5429 rniton eec Gallia 1012 Geauga 391 Greene...,, .17(10 One rnaey ...9121 Hamilton.. 14954 Hancock ...2088 Hardin 11 ((7 Harrison.... 1579 Heniy 907 8 Licking.. Logan... Lorain. Lucas... Mad lion. 3933 1588 .1'251 .1108 3 4 e 6 9 3 5 S 7 4 e i G 0 7 4 4 4 8 3 13 2 3 S S S 31 S 3 4 3 0 4 6 ' 5 4 4 6 S 3 1335 Mahoning ...30H5 Marlon 14H1 Medina 1505 Melg 1630 Mercer 1525 Miami 2211 Monroe 8024 Montgomery .5057 Morgan 1804 Morrow 1751 Muskingum .37114 Noble 18IU Ottowe... Paulding. Perry.... Pickaway Pike Portage.. Preble . . . 752 . 195 . 1929 MM .HUH .1705 1000 Putnam 1JH5 Richland... .3051 Hon Sandusky Scioto ... Seneca... 3188 ,1!W3 1870 3115 Shelby 1059 Stark 3W7 Summit 1377 Trumbull... IKK) Tuaearawas..3l05 Colon 1138 Highland ...KKG Hocking ....1057 Van Wert... 871 Vinton 1301 Warren 1443 Washington .3037 Wayne 3004 Williams ...1228 Wood 753 Holmes . Hnron... Jackson.., Jefferson.. Knox .... Lak Lawrence. ..S5G0 ..1903 ..1330 ..1099 . .i83 .. 350 .. 9K3 Wyandot.. ..1543 It Is hoped that the masses to whom this call Is addressed, will see to It that tbey be fully and faithfully represented in the Convention. By order of tbe Committee. J. D. COMMINS, Chairman. R. K. Cox, JR., Secretary. FALL ELECTION. SHERIFF. Editor Oiiio Statumani . PearSlrYon will do the friends of C.dI. n. U. Oa oi r special favor b announcing hi. dldat for the semination for Sheriff, subject to the de cision or tn Pemooiaoy of Franklin oonnty. We are In favor of lb nomination of Mr. Omnia, nf ninniinii township, for Sheriff. He has ever been a resident of tu cuaniy, ana an annmcnlng Democrat. No man mora universally oommanda th ranut of til He la th man for th times and th place In the de generate aays of eorraptlon, and w ,hop th conven. tlon will do initlca to his olalma. Lai n. hm mm who we know to bs true. THE FRIENDS OF DEMOCRACY. oitor Ohio Statssmaii : Dear Sir Pleas announce th nam of J extra Qoish as a candidate for Bherlff of Franklin county, subject to th deolsion of th Democratic) Oonnty Convention, and oblige , MAN? DIUOOBATS. ditob StatssMii : Dear Slrtleuo announco the nam of Hsrcdus Oaimsu, of Plain Townihlp, as a candidate for th office of Sheriff, subject to th deolsion of th Demo cratic Convention of Franklin eonnty, and oblige MANY DEMOCRATS. Editor Ohio Statxihaii: Dear Sir Pleas announce the name of Tfm nm. Jr , of Mifflin townsbin. aa a eandidit for Sh.ilff r Pranklin eonnty, subject to th decision of the Demo oratl Convention, and oblige MANY DKHOOBATS. Editor Oaio Stjttsmik: Dear Sir ?lc annonnc th name of Id. Davis as a oandl lata for Bherlff of Pranklin eonnty, subject to ins deolilon of the Democratic Convention, and oblige MANY DBM00BAT3. Important to LaniRt Dr. Barviv's Fimali Pills have navAr t in ji ... , fromobetrnetioD, or stoppage of nature, or In restoring th sjatem to perfect health when suffering from spinal Affections, Prolapsus Uteri, the Whites, or other -um v. iv. uivmuv urgana. xn pun arspencl ly harmless on th soaaUtuilon, and may bs taken by th most delicate female without oauslog dlstreiai at th sam time tty aot Ilk a charm by strengthening, Invigorating and restoring the system to a healthy con dition, and by bringing on the monthly period with reg ularity, no matter from what oaoee th obatraotion may arise. They should, however, NOT be taken during the first three or four months of pregnancy, though ear at any ether time, aa mitcarrlaga would bs th remit. Bach box oontatns 60 Ptlle. 1-ilce On Dollar. Dr. nanvwvifl .uh. ... m .. Pregnancy, Mlaoarrlage, Barrenness, Sterility, Kepro daotion and Abuies of Natni, and emphaltoally the . . oimr, pampniei or ou pages, sent free to any address. Mr oenta required to pay postage. Th Pill, and book will be sent by mall, when de sired, securely sealed. Rod prepaid, by I J. BBYAN, M. D., General Agent, Mo-7 Cedar St., Now York. at. .. n , Sold byall Druggists. . SOsNLAN CO., Wholesale Agents j , , ,; 01N01NNATI. miD inuimn, ui. UNrvcy . "leaclie on Dlseaaei of Females, Pregnancy, Miscar riage, Barrenness, Sterility, Reproduction, and Abates of Natur. and emphatically th LaDIRS' PltlVATB fn to aay address. Bix cents lequlred lo pay th eeni oy man, confidentially, when desired, iscossn ssaixd, and prepaid, by J. BRYAN, U. D., ! 76 Oedar St., New York Postofflo Box 5,079. marohifl-dfcwsowly A M tJ 0 B M E N T S . RICE'S GREAT SHOW. Boston Museum, The Finest In the Great West. .!. .: ... ..:!;:; ! .OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, .n . Entrance n Blgh 81., stacker Bick, i wppaslie i no ExcrAsmfte Bank. OPINI AI 8 A H.A. ..OLOBIS AI 9 P. U. 0. RICE, JPreiiv RANKIN & WYLIB, Attorneys at Law, Q'I?5 Ji1?.l!2i.,0IU1Ka OOBNM Of TOWK and High Street. ittrs prettpUy attamM lo. srassuosa glvtm whsa required, lT-4lj-- TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN Last Night's Dispatches. Another Sensation Report. New York, June 6. A special to tbe Post from Washington says: A dispatch bost from below b,aa just arrived with the Important In formation that the rebels bare eracuated Fred ericksburg. The moremoDts of Lee's army whloh has given riee to eo many conflicting re ports during tbe past few days, Is explained by the removal of his eu tire for oe from the line of the Rappahannock, which cow is In undisputed possession of Oon. Hooker. Our foroes Imme diately oioised the river and occupied Ibe town. over whloh the Stars and Siripes are now float ing. As yet we bare no Indication of the direction wblih Lee has taken. Latest from Vicksburg. Piiilaoilfhia, June 6. The following Is a peoial to tbe Bulletin: Cincinnati, Jane 6. Advices from Vioko burg to June 2d conUIn no particular uows Grant Is able to press tbe siege and take care ol Johnston, who la posted still at Jackson. Hie reported maron on Memphis is not true. Oar siege cons are close np to the enemy's works, and playing rigorously on tbem and tbe town. uo the 1st Inst, tbe rebels shot three bundred horses on tho rirer bank, being nnable to feed tbem. Gen. Blair Is no tbe Yszio Important news 1b expected from bim. Contradiction. Waihinoton, Jane C. There is no truth In the statement of the evannatinn nf Krnilrl,.la. burs: bv Oen. Lee. and the oennnatinn of the pines hf our forces. New Yoaff. Junn C Th alramAr Rm. nl tbe Houth. frnm New Orlean on tho QHth nit via Key West on the 1st Inst., arrived this P. M. sua impress siaies mat ino investigation which Is now nmcrnuin? into tl !la nrl sales Will develon astnundincr (rand. nd a linn a. thill one whole cargo la raiesing. ClNOINNATI. Jlina fiThA innpnanMni. Ti - -- m f("-"-.'"t'p) U 111 ocratlo Cod ven lion Is the topio of conversation everywhere. Vallandigham is as good as nom inated. Vallandigham wints It, and his friends are determined lie ehall have it. Tbe pressure for him in tbe rural distriots is overwhelming. It Is rumored Lincoln baa sent for Vallandig ham, probably to have an Interview and com promise. MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NEIL nOTIS HI, (OPPOBITB TBI BTAT1 CAPITOL,) MARCUS CHILD9, Proprietor. THIS EAItOE AND MAGNIFICENT Establishment la one of the moet eomnletein the West, and hssjnit been filled with a large and well se lected stock ot WINTER GOODS, which will be found to sxcel anything ever before offer ed In this market. In the Onitom Department I em ptor none bat the best Gotten and Workmen, anil ill ordera will be tpeedlly filled, and Warranted to Fit and be Well Made. MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will find at this litabllihment all th neoeesariei re. quired for aeomplet outfit, and my facilities andpricos ar such that I can defy competition In this Has. READY MADE CLOTHING AND GENTS riiIINI8UIN UOODtt, Will be foand In mat varlatv. hvln the Urmat ain.k of ihls kind ever brought to this olty, all of whloh I in vite the publio to call and examine before purohailng elsewhere. II E M E Bl B E HI My Store Is oppoiite th Oapitol, In th New Nell Uooie Building, and 1 one of th flneat 8 tore Rooms In the oountry. A visit to It will repay any on for th irouoie. decllM6m MAROUB CHILDB. JOHN L. GREEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW -OFflOl No. 1 Odeon Building: OorWflS-dly . . EARLY CLOSING. JD. O8B0BN Ac Oo. respectfully give notice that e tbelr Dry Goods and Carpet Katabliibment, will, on and after this date, be oloied at tt o'clock each eve ning. msyl-dlm WAN 1 ED (KNITTINa HAOHINE)-ranne, VnlnnfM nnri AthsM n bA at.. iu.i. t men folks" can earn S3 to !!0 per week with one of ancn veiooriiea amiung siacnincs. it will earn Its oost In thirty days. Price, complete, R50. Weighted noanile. Sntlrht frAm Kll junl. I. .1 til a.-.. J - ..w.u - v.. wv Wl B.Uf lui.ir cular and samples. (Send stamp.) ' .... General Agents, prllSl'6-dly 190 Uke street, Ohlcago, III. ! McCORMICE'S REAPER & MOWER, I HAND & SELF-RAKERS, I aUNDfAOTPRlD ONLT AT Ohloago, 111., t BY a h. Mccormick & bros. SALIS exceed Thirty-five thoueand, during the psst sight years, or an average of ovaa rona thochhd sabh txaR. They have Increased from 1.600, in 1H5S, to nearly fl.OOO annuallr. beini a laraur tutmburthati ie manufactured by any other tingle tetabOehment in the world. i . In addition to th very liberal warrant riven, we would say, as heretofore, that farmers wbo may desire tt, ar at liberty to work onr machine through the har ef. with aov other, and teen, and aw far th an preferred. ii",.,i"l",lMANt Agent, or, B. FITCH At ROM , 0 I Where the machine can b seen. June-wSw . , ; , EXCISE LAWS, BT- CHARLES F. E3TEE, Lata Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue. ' NOW K1ADY fOR BKLIVKRY. The Excise Tax Law, - With all th Amendments, . To gether with th Instrnotlons, Blank Forma, Decisions and Begulations of th Oommlssloner, including those mint recent and not before published, especially relating m me asieesmems oi me INCOME TAX. ' A moit complete, accurate and reliable work, with fnll marginal notes and references, and a minute Analytical Index, valuable to Attestor, Collector, iaicyert. MercAarue, juanyjaaurtrt, xarmere, ana In tact to every too caver. Also Imoortant for everv Librarr. Compiled by OHABUS f . 1BT1B, late Deputy vommiieioner oi inwnui Aerenae On volume octavo, about 350 pages. Price, cloth, Rl 5fl; taw library binding, 99 00. Bentfree of postag on receipt of prloe. Orders sollolted. ' FITCH, E8TEE At CO..' Publishers, NO. 3 PARK PLAOH, NIW YOBK. mu99-dl0tMd .... . . Strayed or Stolen. FROM th pasture of Mr. Patterson, IX miles north of Columbus. Mar 81. 1863. a Bed Barrel Rem. of good appearance, 15 X hands high, and seven years old, roweiea oa u snoauers ana Dreast. - . Any person returning said Ilorte, or giving any In formation where h can be found, will be liberally re warded. - -- ' . . : . w. bhaplbx,. ' I'frJL1' ,nfl,, f'r,e, 9vlBbBS, 0. iRj3HstW COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market.—June 6. COTTON Active and firmer at fi&aS7n for ni,Miln uplands. L0UB Bull, heavy and So lower, with salsa at t5 W)5 05 for extra filaU; (0 ltkaVO 'ii tot extra round hoop Ohio and l) 307 75 for trade brands, mar ket closing heavy with ao buysrs at ths outside quota tions. WIIIBKY TJnchanred Willi ! .t demniiSm .a Son hrla western, In bond, at Si5o. WUEAT Opeoed heavy and eloisd l(92o lower. Oold and (xohange and th flrmntia of freights have a very depressing etleet on the market. A atrlke of the stevedores is anticipated on Monday next, and this adds to th depression- Bales 08,01X1 butb at 1 1 20 1 4'i tot Chicago spring, and tt 3Ki6I 43 for Milwaukee club. COBN-Ueavy, closing table lower at 7K78o for old mixed; 7ia?5o for new do; 75iS7Uc for Inferior to good new yellow western. WATS Doll an heavy, and l2o lower, with sales at 78dHlo, olosing with no buyers at outside price. puvAvaciira ana nrmer. MOLArfileV AotlT and Aim- TrlnMail AQUM 7SII hhda Porto Blco at 48(350o, and Musoovado at 45S4Go. POBK Heavy and a shad easier, with sales at Rll 75 for old mestl 1S 00 for new do; $10 5(Kll SO for old and new prime; 915 7510 00 for new prim mess, in eluding 1000 brls new mesa for July, buyer's option, at fid VU. BKHr steady. HAOON BIKES Bllshtlv In bnrar'a f.ror at Ac for weatern Cumberland, and SXO&GXo tot western short ribbed. L A BD A shade easier at OX10Xo. Cincinnati Market.—June 5. FLODR A dull msrket to dav. and not enonnhdoln to establish quotations. Holders) however, did not seem disposed lo press sale, and asked $i 75 for good super fine, and corresponding rales for tbe higher grades. WHIdKI There is no change. The demand waa fair at previous prioes. .Bales of 500 brls at 41(3)410, the letter niie ior wagon. PROVISIONS We have Is report a continued quiet market, and the demand light. We understood that there were additional sales of lard at SJie, hot beard of noth ing else being done worthy ot note. The rates asked for mees pork are 75 for old and jl3 60 for new city; for balk meat, 3Xo for shoulders. 4KaiXe lot sides. and OHe for bams. qkoojskibs no change In the market. WHBAT There was only a moderate inouin for red to-day. and the oiferlnn being more liberal, nrims da dined 23o psr buib, closing dull at tl 15W1 17 lor prime. Indiana or Ohio whit meets with a moderate demand at f 1 SO. Tbe best grades of Kentucky are scare and lo good request at tl 311191 37. 1000 busk, prime Kentucky sold at II 37. delivered: and ehiut 50110 bush prime red at $1 171 19, delivered. OOKN There Is a better supply, with less Inquiry, and the market was dull, but holders ar firm, and pricra did not undergo any change. We quote ear at i'ie, and shelled at 6435oe In bulk. About liCOO bush were sold at these figures. OAlo-xne receipts are liberal, but the greater por tion of them are being stored holders intlc-ln.tina higher prioes and there are not many offering; bat the inquiry is ngni, enu uie marxei It quiet, w quote them at C.'io in bulk, and 70c Including sscki. iiii-rne aemana is limited, nut in receipt are liliht, and though quiet, the market is firm at 75(Co for prime samples on arrival, the former rate In bulk. BAULMY There la nothing of eonsequencs doiog, and prices are nominal. Prim qualities of State spring sud fall are offered at 91 40ja41 45, without Indiog buyers. HAY There has been no change In Ihe market since our last report. Loose pressed remains dull at alb uo per ten on arrival; but there is a good demind for tight pressed at $.'0 OOiil 00 on arrival, and -V U03V3 00 from itore. CIIKKSE The demand contlues lieht. and the mar ket mica dull at 03'JHo for selected Western Reserve. BUTTBB There Is a continued fair demand for the best grades, tbe receipts of which are light, and the mar ket rules firm at 123l3o for oential Ohio, and 1415o for Western Reserve. Fair to good is dull at U9Hc. Gazette. Cleveland Market—June 5. FLOUR Bales 90 brls red whest doubls extra at 10 50 and 50 brlr white do at $7 00. WHBAT Bales 3 oars red on track at tl 3D: 3000 bush red, free on board at ft 31, and 8 cars white, free on noara si ai 3. OOBN Bales 3 oars on track at 59, 1 car on traok; 1000 bush from store at 60c, and 1 car ears at 60o. BUTTER Hales SgOOba Oentral at 15c; SSOOfcs do at ISot 1200 fcs Western Beserte at 17o, and 2500 ft, s ohoice at 18c. OHRESE Bmall sales new Hamburg at OVc. LARD gales 7000 lbs country rendered at 9o, and 1300fca choice do at Otfo. HOGIS Firm with sales at 13c. DRIED APPLES Bale 14 brls at 5c. BKOEIPTB 12,500 bush wheat, 9 cars corn and 2 cars oats. Leader, New York Money Market—June 6. Money active at 0(37 ner cent, en call . Bterllog Bxchange lower. Sales first class bills at 1571&6. Oold lower: oneninv at 45X. declining to 41. and closing quiet at Government stocks dnll. n.S.fi'i '81. ennnnm lflftw. i-du treasury noiea ivt. 353 RUBIA MILLS. 355 353 ana 35ft WblnT ton Street, New nor a sjiiT. GOVERNMENT COFFEE Put np In tin foil Pound papers, 48 In a box, and In bulk. Our prices range from 7 to 30 cent. We put np th following kinds: Java, Maracaibo, Bio, and Various Other .brands ot Superior Coffees. We believe our Coffee to bs ioifertban any ground Coffee now In use. All order addressed to ni, or to our Agents, Messrs. Placs fc Youho, 183 Chambers street, comer Washington Street, New Tork City, will receive prompt attention. , Tbe retail trade supplied by lint elass jobbing houses In .the various cities. I TIHF.K&PLACK. Wk. F. Tient 1 Chas. Placi. N. B. Trad Price List furnished on application. mch7-d3ml St. Marv's Female Academy. semertet, retry sjo., unlo. THIS Institution, conducted by Slaters of the Order of St. Dominic Is situated on a beautiful eminence In tbe vicinity of Somerset. The Play Grounds are am ple, and well arranged for reoreatlon. The aituation la ao healthy, that, for years, there has been no sickness wnaiever in me Academy. This Institution is well provided with competent and experienced Teachers, who spare no efforts to render the academy wortny or patronage. The Discipline, though firm and uniform, I mild and parental. Terms, par annum, S80, 185, 90 and (100, according to the department of the pupil. , Ixtra charges Latin, Mnsio, Painting, Washing, Bed and Stationery. - monsf-uii Sheriff's 8ale. Oioero P. Criswold ) vs. Superior Court. ThsBtendoa Mill Co ) - . , . DY VIRTUE Or A WHIT 4F VKNIsl Jj to m directed from the Butiarlor Court nf Franklin eounty, Ohio, I will offer for Sale at the door of we uourt uous in me city or Columbus. " . Saturday, Ihe lltb day ol July, A. L). Io63, at one o'clock i P. M.. the following described real ea- tate. situate in in county or jrrankim and state or Ohio, to-wlU jMRinning as anuiKe in we we line or welt aireei, lo the town of Westerville, township (8), range (17), United States Military lands, In th center of a newly surveyed county road, which ia the extension of Main street, norm ri deg., west 10 jy-iuu pole to a Hake, thence south 78 dug., west 11 poles to a stake; thenoe north 25 deg., west 13 50-100 poles to a stake, thenoe south 74 deg. 30mln., west 27 SO 100 pole to a stake tn the Alum creek, thenoe with th east branch of said creek, south 53 deg., east 19 poles to a stake, thenoe south 10 deg., wests 04-100 poles to Ihe center of said newly surveyed eounty road, thenoe with the said road north 79 deg., east 31 50 100 pole to th beginning, containing three acre and ninety-one square poles; also the two lots, Nos. 3 and 3, In Q. 1. Bwlng'a addition to th aaid town of Westerville, which lies Immediately north of the Bleodon Mill oompany 's mill building and on the weat aide of and fronting on West street In eaid town; also the north half of lata Nos. 11 and 13 in Slaughter and Bright's addition to th town of Wester ville. Appraised at: Ths 3 acres and 91 square poles, $1,000 per acre: The north half of lots Moa. 11 and 13 In Slaughter and Bright's addition at $50 00; Lot No 3 in Bwlng'a addition 1 125 00 Lot Mo. 3 in Swing's addi tion 50 00. 0. W. HUFFMAN, Bherlff of Franklin Oo. 0. Printer's fas 7 50, :, , JuneO-ditstwtd ' ; . ; . - . S. C. HAMS, i WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, RED WHEAT FLOUR, i S. C. SODA, ! SAL. SODA, i . CREAM TARTAR, , . .:. t GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, , .. jj.i i RIO AND JAVA COFFEE, j . WOODEN. WARE, j " ": : CORDAGE,ETC.,ETC For sal by ,.vj.fU i vrn.tt. KB BTIBAOI, r 100 HoBthHlgh (treat,' 'ftp!. 10-tf. CALL ON . ..... .. . ) HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO,, AT 250 & 252 South High Street, -FOB- Parasols, Sunshade DRESS SILKS, Sacques, Mantles, -AND- ALL KINDS OF GOODS. may 19 NEW & ELEG-A. JT DRESS GOODS, ENTIRELY NEW STYLES AND COLORS AND Selected from the Latest Importations JUST OPBNED, cts SON-. aprlllS BLACK SILKS, IN ALL WIDTHS, Sold Under Market Prices. apaillS Colonibiis Wholesale Liquor Store', LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS i . i IMPORTERS AND DIALIR8 IN Foreign tnd Someitio Winei , Brandies, to. JtO. AL80, OLD RYE, MONONOAHELA 4. BOURBON WHISKT. WAREHODEI AND OFflOl.ttt SOOTH HIGH ST. Nov. 19, 1863 dlyis OPENING OP NEW GOODS ', .1 ' at-, .. ; ' i P. ROSE'S. f I AM NOW OPININd A SPLENDID ABSOBTMINT of Goods for Gents' Wear, And wonM say to my old customers, friends, and the pnbllo In general, dulrlnn Good Olotbinir, made to or der, Id tbe lateat style and of ths beat goods, that I will mate u to ueir aavaniage to grva me a call berort par, chasing elsewhere. Bspecial attention paid to Military Officers' Clothing. F HOSE. aprll21-tf Meicaant Tailor. BIOTHEKS ! MOTHERS I MOTHERS! DON'T tall to procure MRS. WINBLOW'S 800TH iNa svnnp tar rmrr.Tiniffj TUBTntun. This valuable preparation Is ths prescription of one ot the best female physicians and burses In the United States, and has been used for thirty rears with never failing safety and saoeess by Billions of mothers and children, from ths feeble Infant of one week old to the KlulU It not only relieves the child from pain, but Invigor ates the stomach and bowels, corrects soldi ty, and gives tone and energy to ths whole system. It will almost Instantly relievo , , . GairiKf m Tns Bowna, aao Wars) Cotio. I Wo believe it th Best and Surest Bemedy In tho World, in all ease of DYSINT1BY and DIABRHCEA EN 0HIDDR1N, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. "-' ... Poll dlreotlon for using will accompany each bottle Hon Genuine unless th fao stmll Of OtTRTIS sk PIRKIN8, New Tore, la on th outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. ' Principal offloe, 48 Dey street, NIW YORK, j , Paia Oiar ?S Osmti mt Bo-ma. . , may26'B3-mdwls -" '' ; ' iHr 'l 1 n'j t i j HIRAM TUCKER, i Uanufactnmr and WholMala TlMUr In 'Tucker's Patent Spring Bed." sTtEXSI Bods are cartlouhrhT noted for their Oleanlt- X. ness, Base and Durability, and an warranted to (ire perreot aatlsiastliti. : ui&am xuusLan, i . No. ! Bevert Block, Boston, Mass, ohST-ds ; Thyer .OowsVi, UNITED STATES dlRCUS AND HIPPOZOONOMADOM . The Great Paratron Amphithe atre OI A rnaarnlflcent Brraw ! Utiparsaiiolea Noveitic. iNTUonociNa ' ' A Sapeib Equeitriaa Tronpe, A tipleodid Oymusstio Corps, And a fine collection of -TRAINED llORBKH, PONIIlS AND . M0LK8, Such as cannot be produced in any. other part of ibe world, will exhibit , " . ..', . OoluixxT3i.a ON BROAD iTRF.iT,;' . ' ' On Friday & Naturtlatr. Jans lglbdc I3tb( 1803. Thie Model BthOUion of the Age Will make a Grand Procesilon thro' the principal streets of the town on th day ol exhibition, on whleh oc casion tuecltiiens will have an op portunity of viewing the i, , GULDEN CIIAKIOT. conUlnlag TOM OANBAM'B NEW YORK BKAH8 BAND TbisOhariot waa built this season cxpresily fer Ueasis. Thayer tt Noyea, at an ex pense of i 700, and la pronounced by all who have seen it, te be Ihe most beautiful thing of the kind ever gotten up In this country. It is twenty-eight feet long and ten and a half feet high. It Is painted in the most gorgeous sty Is, and ia worth seeing. Among tbe list of perform ers will be found nr. JAitiEs HoniNsowi Champion Biderof the World. This Artist rides one of Ihe most dar ing acta upon his bare back steed ever witnessed. TboDeleTantl Brothers, The greatest Gymnasts in tbe onntry. SAITICCL. UfclNHAKT, The Champion Leaperof the World. AL.UEIIT AVITIAH, The celebrated Pour and Six Eorse Bider. Mr. A. is also one of the funniest clowns alive. GEOKOB DEHIOCJS, The What is It or Han Monkey. Itlr. DAN BTJSHNELIj. The Bait Iadia Juggler and Wire ! Walker. II. JOHNSON, An expert Aorobat and Gymnast. i DOCt. JAS. tu. THAYEK, who will on every occasion b res- 'f hiiam ',f psnrlble for as much laughter as he can possibly create. IMr. O. W. NOTF.K, Will Introduc his highly trained horse GENERAL gOOTT, who will perform feats that will astonish all v Mr. Noyes will also Introduce his Trained Poney 8IIOIL, and his Bide MONKEY JIM. The Oomlav,?. Equestrian Scene of irion. and ITIad. DENNV. Those Comlo Mules, ' : UNCLE 8AIT1 and UK. JONF.S, Will be Introduced by their teacher, Dr. JAMES h. THAYER. Nothing shall be wanting to mak this a moral. In tellectual and amusing exhibition. Notwithstanding ' the innumerable variety of attractions and the unpre- .' cedented expense of this unparalleled combinatlv;. " price ot admission -ill be placed at ! teTM,H v low figure ot TWalNTY-1"' ,WNIS '. e?.Te" -j Seats, WPTY OSNT-- Doors -" ' kai 7 o'clock P.M.; performance to uuenoa half aa hour afterwaid. . t!.: XGS0ta fer all. . . r. This vast Establishment will be at ., V'.V .! Whseltngi Janet; B. Olalrsvlll, June 3; "- !;,'tn.t i Barnestl lie, June - . ft, l :i' j. Cambridge, JuneS; . " Zaneaville, June 6; , . . ) Newark, June 8; , ) " Somerset, Jun 9; 1 - -.t ..... I IMM.M.. Jnn. in, .t . -i. i.t,. utroleviUs, June II; i ' Oolumbus, June IS and 13; 1 ' T.nnrfnn In. C, . . . " aj .t .i ' BprlngDeld, June 16; Xenia, Jun 17; : t.. Dayton, Jun 18; Lebanon, June 19; Hamilton. Jans 80: ' t Olncinnatl, June 29 to 87. Remember, the largest exhibition In the World la ' owning. - ANDY 8PBINQEB, Agent. J. B. LIOBLBR, Advertising Agent.- Maj31-j uno3 ,7,10,11,18 1 vVJt 7 A 1 TOBACCO & SEGARS! Commeroial Broker la Leaf and Mauulaotur4 j 1 cbacoo and Segara, 'i J 131 Water St, Corner of PrneJ New Yeriw I TOBACCO aad SEeARMesurafnslishfl. looted for exportation. Dealers aad Tobaceoniata will find It to their Interest to call or communicate by letter. Tho best brand., ia any quantity, at lower prices than any other bouse, j may 20-d3 ra - , . i . .. Country Produce Commission Houw i na ou nasi or , Miller & Caipenter' -1 flo. 8 Erie .BuiUins, JVi Yori. (300 JFaaA. i ...... . - . ingum Strttt), (j ilTJJil STILL receive and sell Flour, Grain, Butler, Lard, Cheese,. gga. Pork, Beadv Uope,, BmvlJnd Fruits, Poultry, Game, etc. I Oaah advanoed oa shipments, and prompt returns faed of sales. ! Bond for oar Price Oaneet list.. . !Kxni(caK President of the Irving Bank. N. Y City; President of N. T. at B. Ballway CoH Geuld At Hit. hard, Warsaw, N. Y.J D.Baldwin. Baq., Fowler. Ohio; E. 8. Manger, Bsrj. .Geneva, Ohio) Mm O. arosvsuur Bsq., Joeeevllle, Mich. : .-.., ."V. jj.wt. , cbll-dly jiS iJ' ,tli .a il