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FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1863.
State and Local News. Read VALLANDIGHAM'3 RECORD For s.le by J. I. Studor, Bookseller, 17 E. State street. Soldiers' Allotments. The G.veruor re ceived on We-uosdav .rom Pa-maeter G. W. Williams, $3,752, eout home by members of the 9 h and 18,h Ohio Bitterlcs, now at Fiauk lio, Teon. Tbe money will in a few da) 8 be tent to tbe proper counties for distribution. Allotment CouiuseioMss. The President, ibe recommendation of Gov. Tod, has ap pointed R. J. Powtn, of Mahoning county, Lor In M. Browuell, of Miami, and Henry M. Johnston, of Cuyahoga, Allotment Commis sioners under an act of Congress passed In De cember, 18GI. Go buy a copy if VALLANDIGHAM'S RECORD, at J. II. Htadcr'e, Bjokseller. 17 E. State street. A Lady Kileasid. Miss L.ureuot), ol VVes ton, Lewis oounty, V , baa been released from lmpriionment at Camp Chase, upon taking the oath of allegiance. The Dayton Journal understands that tbe military authorities of Ohio are responsible for tbe release of the Dayton riotcrj at Cincinnati, bnt that the order cmo from Washington. The Ds.rr. According tj tbe Cincinnati Commercial, as Ibe ei.rjUmenl wilt be com pleted by tbe first or July, and the draft be made immediately, ircfft'ii'lon is being made for uniforming alio men at onoe. Already clothing has beta sout forward by the Quarter master (o Alii met, Newark, Wooster, Clave toad, Mansfield, B.irnortville and Warren, in , this State. Don'; go butne without a opy of VA LLA N DIGIIAM'S RECORD, for sale by J. II, Stu der, Bookseller, 17 E Slate street. Serenades. Our ullifte w.is oroDlimeoted yesterday foronoon by ttrouaJos Id trout from Hemmeibbich's Baud, of this city, and the Tiflh Imptrial B.m Btud. Bath played de lightfully, and to cadi our thauka are due for tbe pleasant cerurl nicut. Officer, or the Third Ohio in Libbt Prison. Tbe following i.i an iffioial list of the officers cf the 3i Ohio coi 11 io.t la Libby Priscn, Ricb mund, Virginia: Coi. Oris A. L.waou, Liou tcn tut-Colonel Jimni II. Wing, Major Vaoan di; Captains Si.im., Rodman, Byron, Reed, Iutirie, Driscoll, McR berts; First Liou'iOua!:tB S. B Piper (ArjnUnf), Carpenter, Wo bich, B.ln, John Ritoh-, W. A. O. Avery, Stoves, Whining, Brnc ; Second Lieutenants James Miirdock (Quirtc(maHtnr),G.'orge Fiab, EaiVr. Roorby, Tiue-wUlo, Kltig, Harris, Mxel Ulnm. Thi Dimokstiation Last Evenino Eirly last evening an immense concourse of several thousands of I he pcoplo from all parts of our Siale gathered on the West front oi the Sta;e House. The vast tuoltitnde was addressed in eloquent, patriotic und soul-stirring speeches by Hon 8. 8. Cox, J. McPwetoey, E q , Gov. Me dary, Judge Tb in tu rn nod others. The speeches wer received with enthnslasm by the people, uuJ as neb speaker vluilic.nd the lights of thecit:im and asserted tbe g-eat principles of libiryauii justice guaranteed by the Constitution and tu Unioa our fathers made, response followed response, aud cheer after cheer krone from the a .scmblod thousands. The speakirg waj continued till a livte hour, aud everything pAwd oil' quietly and in good Order. It was evident to (bo most osrelc-s-i ob ervir th it the pe..,ld were In earnest; th,t their oimiug together is not the mers ebulli tion of pvsuioa r ttui(i.)r4ry exoitomout; but resulted from fi x J a id settled dttormiuntion to maintain Kin. riluii und liberties and to preaeivo tbe Cou' .iiinioo and tie Union at any 008 1 and ni ever) iin.rd VALLANUIG.UM'S RECORD, (or sale by J. II. S.uJor, Bji,..dtllor, 17 E. State elroet. (Jcn'l IliiLQiURTiaa State or Ohio, H10.1 3. A DJUTANT-'J KNRU h e OFFICE, C LtiMBo.4, U., June 10, 1863 Speoial Orders No. 33i Tbe camp in j of inltuitry of Columbus, Frai k lin couuty, Ohio, onrjlled by Menem. William II. H.jden aud Henry Plimpton, will meet at the City Hall, Columbus, Ohio, ou Monday, tbe 15 b iubt , nt 8 o'clock P. M ; aud thea and there proceed to diet one (1) CipUiri, one (1) Fiibt Lieu nuaiit aiiJnue (I) tSeoaod Lieutenant for said c mpany. Ttie jurfgei will forward the poll book of 'aid tlr;tiou to those headquar ters. By order ROBERT HUME A. Adj't.-Geo. or Ohio. June 11-ltd. AlwatsGit thi Best Especially in getting Saleratua, as the best coita but a trills for a year's supply, and the good cofts but a little - more than the poor. The best goes farther than the poor, and is much more healthy. We oan recommend thu Chomloal Saleratua lo be the best. WANTED Five agents to sell VALLAN DIGHAM'S RECORD. Apply at J. II. Sol der's, 17 E. State street. Auction Sale. 1 will sell at George W. Shaply'i Sale PuhU, No. 113 South Front Btrsel, oo Saturday, Juno 13, at 10 o'clock A. M., a large lot of Homce, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness. Sile positive and without re serve. Terms OAsh. V .R. GLAZIER, Auctioneer. Jugs 11-dtd. Country Produce Commission House tiii old riaat or Miller & Carpenter, As 8 Erie BuiWisos, Niio York, (300 Wath ingitn Strut), STILL recelva and nil Fluur, Grain, Butler, Lard, Cheer, Kpgi, Pork, SoeJa, llopi, Beans, Dried f mitt, Poultry, Qame, elo. Oath advanotd on shipments, and prompt return! mad of MM. Bend for our Pries Current lilt. KamiscB: PraMnt of tbe Irving Bank, N. Y- Olty; Preildent of N. Y. H. Railway Oo. Gould AIllo bard, Warsaw, N. Y. D. Baldwin. Itq., owler, Ohtol II. B. Munirer, Kq., Geneva, OUlo; M. 0. GroiTSnor. Jiiq , Joueevllle, Mich. Bobll-dl P08ITITBLT UADI fROU 11. gan.thln. ' ardently needed in ererj funily and b mn wersoni very llfht and portablo. A-enle wanted every ptwre. Oall and eee or a impla sent by mall, free of poeMM for 10 eents, that ntaila for (I. by B. L, WOtr CQIT, ho. 170 Obatnam sqnare. New York, martttt CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Ordinance. Ad Ordlnanoe to grade and pare on Fair Alley irum uroau street to state street. Sriitlon 1. T! it A,t.l.4 k. it., mi- n n ,v. o iiy of Columbui, (two thlrdi of all the members oonenr- rlflff.) Thnt thm nnnmmmA .. - Bit - huw.vu .ijun.i.,, uhiwiiwiu nniBi- ini be graded and paved on lair alley from Broad itroet to State street, In accordance with th plat thereof oo file In the office of the Olty Olerlt. Beo. 8. TLat all damages, ooets and expeniei arising from the foregoing Improvement!, shall be aliened and levied upon the several lots of land fronting or ebnt- .u,i,uu, iu iiupurbioa,io looir icei irons, uniess hereafter otherwise ordered by the City Oonnoll. Famed June 8, A. D., 1B83. Alieii: ). i. lUMTOH, Olty Clerk. Junel2 Paving Ordinance. An Ordioanoe to grade and pave on Broad street from Front street to State avenue. SlMllm 1. Tl II A.rl a I n.,1 U , V. . f I . . a . . . ftllw Af rinltimhna ftaw. .,KI.,la .1, .L.- . ourrlng,) xbat the nnpaved sidewalk!, gutters and . r-. d paiou vu luo norm sioo or Hntail .twit f.nm tf..a.. -. . a.-.. tiwm .ucni ui dw avenue, in ao oordance with the plat thereof on file In Ihe office of the Beo, it. That all damages, ooits and expeniei arlilng from the foregoing improvement, iball be aueiaed and levied upon the several lots of land fronting or abattlnc thereon, in nmnn.ti.. ... .1 ... , . , . B V, T 7J. f"1 "uu w w9 icvhiruui, nnieu nere after otherwlie ordered by the Oily Council. JACOB BBINUABD, u . . ,Q, Preildent of the Olty Oonnoll. Fasted June 8, 1603. Atleit J, J. fumiroK, , , City Clerk. JunelS Paving Ordinance. An Ordinanoe to (trade and nave on Water street, between Long street and State avenue. Section 1. Be It ordained by the City Council of the oily of Columbui, (two third, of all the members eon- onrring.j lint tne unpaved sidewalks, gutters and oroMloKi, on the eait ilde, be graded and paved, and the roadway be graded and'graveleirT on Water itreet, from Long street to Btate avenue, In aoeordanoe with me piat tuereoi on Die In the omos of the Olty Olerk. Seo. 2. That all damaiiee. emu and from the foregolcg improvement, shall be aliened and levied upon the eeveial lota of land fronting er abutting .ui-,uu, iu H'vpvmuD to ineir leet rroni, anion here' after otherwlie ordered by the Olty Council. JACOB BBINUABD, Preildent of the Oily Council. Faued June 8, A . D . , ltM3. Atteiti J.J, Fonitoh, Olty Olerk. JuoelS Paving Ordinance. An Ordinance to grade and pave on Pnblio al Ivy, from High street to Scioto street. Section 1. Be It ordained by the City Council or thi city of Oelumbua, (two thirds of all the members con curring,) That Ihe unpaved sidewalks, gutters and cromnm, be maded and D.ved on fuhlla ilev. from Uljh itreet lo t'cloto street, In acoirdanco with Ihe plat thereor on file in the ofllceof the City Oierk. Beo. 2. That all damigea, com and expense! arlilng iiiiui iu luicnuuijj uDprovemeni, anin no auoned aud levied upon the wverai loti of land fronting or abutting thereon. In proportion to their feet front, uulc.i here- iiei uuiciwiiB umereu tne Uliyuouncll. J. KKIWlIARD, Preildent of the City Council rimed Juno 8, A. D., 1-03. Atleil: J. J. Pokston, City Olerk. JunelS Paving Ordinance. An Ordinnnr.e to gravel Stale street between High and front streets. Section I. Be it ordained by the City Ooune'lot the clu of Oolumbm, (two-third, of all the mtmt in nn. earring.) Tint the roaiiwa nf riiate itret, Tom High irfet to Krot t itrsrl, be graveled, In accordance with Ihe plt tlieronf on fllo in tl.o othoeof the titty Clerk. He j. i. Teat all duuapM, oo.is and eiiienMa ariiing from Ibe foregoing improvement, lhall be aliened aiid ciieu upon n.e aeveiai lot. oi und rrontiog or abutting -.utiuuu, in piupj, nun to loeineei irons, union rjorS1 after o'hftrwiie ordered by Ihs Olty Council. J. BKIMUARD. Preldsnt of tbo City Oonscll. Failed June 8, A. D., lrJli3, AlUst: J. J Fom.ton, Oily Oierk. Junfli Paving Notice. To ail whom it maj concern : Citv Olssk's Orrici, i Oolcmsoi, 0., Uay SO, 1W3. f NOIIflti hereby given that proceeding, have been instituted In tbo Cily Council of Columbui, for uiBhaLg me iunow:p improvemenn, to wit: for g- .mir and paving the gjtteri and iravellna- the lidcwaiki on South itreet, from Seventh itreet to Gift itneu for grading and paving the unnaved it Jewalka. tattara and oroitlogi on Noble street, from High street to Bcloto ip-ei Por legrading and repaving the sidewalks, gutters and oroii nm on the sou.b ilde of Gay itreet, from High treet to Third itreet. Por grading and paving ths unpavad gutters and oroiiinfia, and graveling the sidewalks, on Latham itreet, frrm North fublic Lane to John etreat. Por grading and paving the unpaved lidewalki, gutter! ku cru-.iug. ou nonu ruDiie jjaso, rrom uign atreet to Water ltret. Por grading and paving ths unpaved gutter! and oroiiingi. anu graveling the sidewalks on Nell Avenue, between North Publis Lane and Jchn etreut. Fur grading and paving ths nnpaved gutters and oroninei, and giaJa and gravel tbe lidewalki on the wen aiae oi eevontn itreet, rrom Broad itreet lo North Publio Lane. The lame to be dons In aoecrdince with nlata and km- ttmatci to be prepared by Ihs Olty Civil Engineer, and uicu in uim wuiuv ui 1110 Uliy UleiK. All penons claiming damage! on account of laid pro poied Improvement!, are reauired to file their nlnlm. In Die offlo-'Of tbe City Olerk, in writing, on or before the vicvcmii uny ui aiuiy, A. If.t 1COJ. m M J. J. IUNBT0H. Paving Notice. To all whom it may cOnoern : City Clki'i Orncx, ) OoLtmiDi, 0., June 2, 1BC3. "M'otlce ii hereby given that proceeding! have been lu ll itituted in the Olty Council of Columbui, for ma king ths following Improvement!, to-wlt: fur re-gradins and re-Davini the ildavalke. mtlsn anil crouinpi on Pilend itieel, between High street and Aiiiru .live.. The same lo be dons In accordance with plats and es timate! to hs prepared by ihe Olty Olvil Bngioeer, and u iu u w fic-i oi iuo uity vierx. All peneni olalmlm damiiei on aeconnt nf ulit nrn. poied improvement!, are reanired ta flla thuir llm in the offlre of the Oltv Olerk. in wrllln.. nil tip hAfnrsb flisi , r . Je 7s VUNBTOlV, Jane5-4vT Oitj Olerk SPECIAL NOTICES. To Consumptives. rnH ADTBRTI8KK BATING BEEN BEBIOBId to health In a few weeks, by a very ilmpls remedy, after having suffered several years with a levere lung affection, and that dread dlieaia, Consumption, Is anx loui to make known to his fellow luffereri ths means of cure. To all who deilre It, ha will send a copy of the prs- orlptlon uisd (free of charge), with the directions for preparing and nilng ths same, which they will finds max cuas for ComcamoN, Asthma, Btosciima.sto. The only object of the advsrtlser In sending the Pro script! on Is to benefit the ifflloled, and spread Informa tion which hs conoelvei to bs Invaluable, and hs bopss every sufferer will try bis remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blenlng. Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, WllUamsburgh, Kings Oounty, New York. mayl0-d3m. THE CONFESSIONS A EXPERIENCE oris I 3NT "Y7" AIjID. Pabllihed for (hs benefit, and as a warning and A CAUTION TO YOTTNf. MINT who suffer from Nervoni Debility, Prematura Does of auwuuwu, vio., puppimg in. mi time, TBI UIANB 01 fiBLf CURB. B antl Whft htksl SMStXiut Fitmaulf ft-xm A vaivu Miauaraaa aaikog w.u H. IU (TOI eXMUMftDd lolnrv thrnnirh mnrllnsil hiirnhntr sinrl anir. By InclOilnr t Doit-Mid tddreMftd snvalona. alnsla ooples may bo had of ths author. aai UAfliiii maisaitt, iq., maysroawlysp MemoTedl from tola old Of ilea. Br. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, sear High at., Oolambus, 0., has drvoted hlmsslf for a serin of years to ths treatment of oertaln private dlssssss. Hs may be eonaultta st bis offlos oa Broadway, aau lbs InbaaM Banki JanlMtf TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN Last Night's Dispatches. Important News from Gen. Grant. PaiLiDiLPHu, Jane 11-Tbe ollowiog has been reoeived here by mail from Washington! Washington, Jane 10. .Tiro dlspatohs were reoeived to-night from Grant, addressed to dif ferent gentlemen, in his official position. Tbe dispatobes are dated Monday, a muoh shorter time in obtaining advioea from Vicksbarg than heretofore. An Important fact, and one which has occasioned mnoh anxiety, is derived from them, namely: that General Grant was In com munication with General Banks aa late as tbe 4lb lnst.,ai which lime Port Hudson was clorely invested. Geo. Grant reports that Gen. Johnston Is oonoentratine troops lo operate against him, and mentions a report that three divisions are moving from Gen. Bragg to reinforce Johnston. Gen. Breoklnrldge Is known to jbave joined him. Vicksbarg is still olosely Invested, and tbe siege is progression favorably. Tbe tone of the dispatches is represented to oe sucb as to show that be fears neither tbe enemy in his front nor rear. It is presumed ibai be didn't know, al tbe date ot bis tele gram, whether or not be was to be reinforced. BiThis Information inspires inoreaeed hope and oonndenoe lo Ibe final success of tbe siege. Bold Rebel Cavalry Dash. Washihutow, June 11. The following effi oial telesrim was reoeived this P. M : Poolisvilu. June 11 Rebel cavalry came across the river this morning at daybreak, about twenty nve nnndred strong. They dasned rap idly np tbe towpatb, driving in oar patrols, and attacked tbe 6th Michigan cavalry, who were on piokel dnty at Seneca, uar forces leu back pursued by the enemy, to within three miles of f oolesville. The enemy then retreated to Sea eca, burned the oamp of tbe Michigan oavalry, returned down the towpatb, and recroaied the river. We lost four men killed and one badly wounded. Tbe enemy left on tbe field ono Lieutenant and one man killed. From Vicksburg. Niw York, June 11. The Tribune says: We bave a letter from our correspondent "Aeu opboo," at Vickabnrg, to the 8th Inst. He gives a bopelut view of tbe progress of tbe siege, aol reports the repulse of a sortie a gainst one of our mining parties, on the night of the da, which demonstrates that Joe Johnston cau not possibly get near enough to strike Grant wlluout being extinguished, and says that tbe garrison will socn oe compelled by famlue to capitulate. Rebels attack Milliken's Bend and Young's Point. Washinqton, June 11. Anoffiulal telegram fioa ttie vicinity of V.cksburg, received to day, says the rrbl in small force attacked Million's Bml snl Young's Point on the 6:b, but were deoislvely repulsed at both points. The colored liojps at the former place at first gave way, but npjn bearing that those of tboir number who were captured were killed, tbey rallied with great fury aud routed the enemy. Advices to the 4th inst. bave been received from Port Haileon. Everything there looked favorable tj our final suoattes. Niw Yoik, Jane 11 The Post says a com mitteeof oltlzona who recently visited Wab ington to lay before the President tbo project oi raising a dme.au of ten thousand colored sol diers, report that be fully approved the preposi tion, only regretting that the fact did i.ot war- .ast them In anklox authority to raise one bun dred thousaod, and declaring himself ready, as soon as a sulbcient number ouuu be raised, to make tbem a osrl of a command for General Fremont. If it should be deemed expedient, ne would create a dopaitmeut especially for Fremont, so as to enable blm to carry out bis combination of white aud blaok regiments. A series of publio meetings in the rural counties are to be held to initiate tne mtajuros. Niw York, Jane 11. A Washington special to toe Postiays: Washington, Jane 11. It has been ascer tained that the lebel oavalry al Culpepper so severely bandied In the late engagement, is now supported by large bodies of inlantry and heavy artillery. We have nothing further in reference to tne recent fight. it is announoed tbe Government will give tbe Enrollment act tbe most liberal construction tbat may be possible HEADY JUNE 15th. THE OFFICIAL EEPOET or TUB Trial bv Court Martial or HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, COMPRISINa : Uajor-Gensral Burnildo's ' General Order No. 38. " Order of Arreit. lull and Complete Report of the Evidence aud Pro ceeding! oeroro tne Military Court. The finding and Sentence of the Court. Ibe order of Frealdont Lincoln Changing that Ben. tenoe. ALSO! Ibe Application to the U. 8. Circuit Court for a writ vi .aAetsj"aea vvijim. Ihs Argnmenta thereon, of Hon. George B. Pugh, Bon. Aaion V. Perry, and Hon. flamen Hall, Dlitrtct At torney. Ihe Statement or Answer mads to ths Oonrt by Mil. Gen. Rnpn.lA mn Ihe Deciiion of Hon. Judge Leavltt, refuting to grant This Report Is Uiued by ipeolal arrangement with the Offioers and Oonniel officiating In both caaei, who have uiuiausu uioir rapeouvs parts or tne Kopert, care fully revlied for the preei; giving full reference to Ihe authorities cited. Ths lmDOrtanoa of the aneatlnna ln-mim.1 lit, ih. able manner in which they wen handled, mn.t give thli Report great Interest and valns to all Demons deilroui oi oemg wen inrormea in lbs Hiitory of ths limes, and the Spirit of onr Oovemmnnt. Ihs Report will make a handsome Octavo of about 930 pages, printed from large, dear type, on good paper, and will bavo a very large and rapid sale. Sent by mall on reoeipt of price. Piloe 92, HICKEY tc OABKOLLi VabUsbers, Clneinnati, onto. junsll-U Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. On the ietn ditt op jvnr., iso3, at eleven o'olook, A. If., at the door of the Oonrt Home in ths olty of Columbus, 0,, In pursuance of an order of Court, I will sell to the highest bidder, the boms tana ot ths late Matthew Stuart, situate about six miles west of Columbus, on the National Road. Thli farm oontalm 323 acres, and will be sold entire, or In two or more pilots, as may be thought most advantage! ous to the e.tate. TotMl or Bau. One-third oath, one-third In ona year, and one-third In two yean; deferred payments bearing Interest, and to be secured by mortgage on the premliei. Ihti farm Is in a fair state of oultlvatlnn. i.mi nf rirh quality, and Improvements good. livery person deilroui of Inveitlng In real sitats should attend this sals. FRANCIS W0LF1, Adm'r of Matthew Stuart, deo'd. junell-ltd To Printers and Publishers. FOR SALE, AT A GREAT BARGAIN, a first class Printing Bstabllihment, well eitab- llahlllt. Willi a, -Ma MtMau. . V . a .. - . i-wiiiw. Niiv-r um rate steam Power Preaees (Adami), every variety ot Job Type and uniiy new ana in gooa orasr, Iteam engine attached, etc. apply to JOHK MILL1B, Of the firm of J. fc I. . uuier, Columbus, 0. junell-3td DB. BOBEBT THOMPSON, Surgeon and Physician. Off 101 HIQH BtRMT. NORTH Of BROAD (No. K). ResNenoe No. 45, Southweal Corner of Front ana uay sireeta. IT? Dr. T.aa lieretefaro. t.t. .n diseases of tbe Ejre. Columbui, May 30, 193-dwtf. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Cincinnati Market—June 10. ILOUtt The demand eontlnuai local and limited, anil confined to tbe higher fradei, which bring $i to $5 SO In parcel! to supply the currant wants of olty dealers and haken. Superfine ii held at 94 601475. but there Ii no demand for It excepting at a large decline. The saleiwere; lOObrls extra at S3 10; 70 do at tt 60; 75 do W. W.,at5 40; 100 do, on lti merits, at 4 SO, and 90 do extra at (4 60. WHISKY Prloei are Ko lower, but the drmand ii fair at the deollne. Sales ol 650 brls at 40i 40o, the ta.,.,. ibvc lor wbkvd, GROCBRlI.a Ihe market I. nnlat mnH nnrhtni-M. We quote sugar at HX13icJ molaiiei, SUltiO, and coffee 30333c Oll A aale or 20 brls at SI 10. Market firm. WHEAT Ths demand nontlnna. lish, .nd . fnrih.r decline was eilabllihed on red and Indiana or Ohio wiiite, me market doling dull at 91 05(311 OB for the former, andai IV SI 15 for the latter. Kentucky white ii held Irmly at 1 3mi 40 for prime to oboice, but there ta very little In the market, and not much Inquiry for it. The only lalei made publio were: SUO bn.h prime red at 9 1 10; 30U do at $1 08, delivered ; and 375 do prime red and fair white at 91 08. delivered. COnN There ii a continued good demand for ear, with light reoeipti, and the market rule, firm at 52( 53c In bulk, and for a lot of nrlme white. 55o w.i o(T-r. edand refund. Shelled remains dull at 54c; and If rouou iu'o were oaorea it couia not be lold above 53c. OATS We have no change to report In the mart et. Ihe demand continues light, but ths ottering! are not large, and holders are firm at U4a in bulk and 74i)75c. Inoludiog lacki. RYK The market has not undergone any change. The demand and offerings are both light, and prlcei are merely nominal. Prime samples are held at 75v$7tJc on arrival, the former rate in bulk. BAULKY There is no demand, and scarcely any of fering. HAY The demand for tight pressed contlnuei fair, about equal to the receipt., ai.d the market rulei iteady at 9'-a0jSjl per ton on arrival. Looie-preued it In but limited requeitatSl(i(8L7. CUaCEdK The market is quiet and unchanged. We quote selected Weitern Reierve at "S9X0, the latter Ihe jobbinn price. BUTTJSU The vecelnta eonllnne llc-ht. hnt the de. mand is limited, and confined to the local trade, and the market Ii quiet at OSilo for fair to good; l'.aiSo for inm locuoice uentrai unio; liaiiac lor wertirn He- .one. Gazette. Cleveland Market—June 10. FLOTJB Dalei 100 buih double extra red at 90 00 and small lots at 90 25. WHK AT Balei 5 can red on track at 81 37; 4500 buih Ires on board at 91 S3 and one car Ohio whtth on trick at 91 35. CORN Salei 1 car on track at 59c. OATD galea two can at 5i)tc; one car at 59c; one car from itore COo and 3,50u buihela free on board at COo. UianWINllS-gnles 100 bbll at 41Jio and 55 bbli at ilXo. BACON Salei 1000 ponndi at Go and aimall lot at 7c BUITItR Salei thlrty.four kegi kegi choice Weilern HeieiVO at 16a. The market I. haavn anil .till temllna downward. Buyeri are unwilling to pay over l5o fur KQ9S-Hales at 13c. OnsESK Salei old namburg at 14c rnd new at 9(3 iur uniaii ana large. POl'ATOBS-Balei aHObuih peach blow! at 50c. P10KEKEL Salei 5 halve, at SO 00. RKOIPIH-7C00 buih wheat, I3cars corn, and 8 can Leader, New York Market—June 11. COTTON Opened high and cloaed more active and steady at 55 56. FLOUR Market opened dull and dosed with abetter Inquiry and iteady at 14 95:,5 70 for extra fc.ate. 15 CO Sit) for extra round hoop Ohio, and 90 O0 75 for trade oranni. WHISKY-NO decided ehanire 44 We. WHEAT More doing and prlcei advanced 2c; 9 1 16 l 30 for Chlcaro ipring; 91 371 4Ufor Milwaukee uiud; si eiiaii auror winter red Weitern. CORN Oloied lo better at 75(S7Gc for weitern mixed lce'ndlng very choice do at 77o. OATS tuore active at 7780ij. BDQAR Firmer. aiuia.iliSB' Quiet and temlv. PORE Heavy and lower at 911 35311 SO for old men; new do 910 'li≪ old and new pritoo 913 25 10 I'D. r BEKP-Dull. LARD Dull and prloes In favor of buyeri at 9(9 New York Money Market—June 11. It'oney active at 7 ner cent, on call. Sterling Kxchmgo ttrmer with moderate buiincn do ing at labile loo for flnt olaai bllli. tiold i-rejularard uniettled, opening at 42, declin ing to at, aavancmg to 43, and doting quiet at SIX . Government itock.do.il. rj. g, fiVbl coupons ll)R. 7-30 Treaiury notes 1UOX100. New York Stock Market—June 11. Stocks dull and lower. Ohlcairo Ac Rock Iitand 9: Al. ton and TerTeHaule 44X; Pittsburg, Port W.iyno and Ohlctgo 71X; nhio.go and Alton jfd 00; Chicago and Nortbweitern 29; Cleveland aud Toledo 106; Oleveland and PlttiburgejX; Paciiflo Mail 18i!,;Erla 9.,'; nar lem 88 h; eadiDg 104Aj; Michigan Oemral 113S; Michi gan Southern 01, Michigan Mouthern gtd 1 124, Illi noii Central icnp 07; New York Central lie; nolo ana muaiuippi uentrai Ji; unicigo aud Northweitern ltd 57; Alton aod Terre haute Income bond! F2; New xork uentrai 7'i llHtf; New tork Uentrai G'l 107; lilt noli war loan 103; Miaiouri 6'i 6Sji; V. 8 G's '07 103 U. 8.5'l'74conponi9dX; U. B. 8's '81 coupons 18d; MANHOOD. HOW LOR, HOW BX8IOBI0. Juit published, In a Sealed Envelope. Price 8lx Cent!. 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It treati In ilm- ple language on the disease! of error, Inoludlng Seminal Weak near, Nervous Pebllity, Indigestion, Melancholy, Insanity, Wailing Dotty, Impotenoy, eto. eto. giving safe, speedy and effeotual prescriptions for their per manent ours, together with much valnabls Information. All who favor me wtih s deilre to read my workihall receive a sampls copy by return mall, free of charge. Address JOHN B. OGDEN, M. D No. 60 Nassau St., New York. mayl9-daw3mip TO MARRIED MEN. Or Those Contemplating Marriage. THI understrned will five Information nn a war-.-.. termtUng and important snhjeot, which will bs valu ed saora than a thousand times Its coil by every married eonftls of any age or condition In lids. The Information will bs seat by mail to any address oa ths reoeipt of SI esnts (s4Ier) and ons red stamp. 1,11 Utters should bs addressed to H. B. K0BBI8, M. D. ootSl-lyltawdaw Bolton, Haas. GRAND BALL. AMEBIOA HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY No. 1. Will give a Ball at Wenger's Hall On Monday -Evening, June aoth. Ticket!, 50 centi. rjon7-d3tawld Wanted. fflff A BONTUI-l want to hire Agent! In OtO iverv oounty at its a month. ? 1- sell mj Hew cheap family Sewing Machines. ' n Aoarsss B. madison, Alhed, Ms. Ba9yBlf '- A lr!A1VTnf-.Wa smv.. a. .a Amh and curious articles. 15 circulars, fit, ' m.jB-u buaw sc clabk, Blddefora, Hs. EXCISE TAX LAWS, -BY-CHARLES F. ESTEE, Lata Deputy Oommliiioner of Interml Revsnus. NOW BIADY I0B DELIVERY. The Excise Tax Law, With all Ihe Amendment., Together with the Instruction!, Blank Forms. Decisions and Begulatlona of Ihe Oommliiioner, Including Ihote moit recent and not before publlibed, upeolally relating .v ,u. M.ca.uioaia oi me INCOME TAX. A moit eomnlete. accurate and rallahta ink. with (nil marginal noteiand reference!, and a minute Analytical Index, valuable to Attestor., Collector., Lawyer., Merchant', Manufacturer, larmert, and in fact to every tam payer. Alio important for every Library. Compiled by 0HARLK8 I. BSTHH, late Deputy Oommliiioner of Internal Revenue. One volume octavo, about 350pagei. Price, cloth, 1 50; law library binding, 2 00 Sent free of poitagi on receipt of price. Orderi solid ted. FITCH, ESTEE fc CO.. Publisher, NO. 3 PARK PLACE, NEW YORE. mu22-dl0ted ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. WOOD & PEROT, 1131 RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, Pa., VVPER for Sale upon ths Moit Favorable Termi, vr nr.w ana beau iikuu dhmqnh In treat vari ety of IRON RA1LINOB for CEMKrERIKS. RK81- UB.iUKfl, etc., or wrought and Oa.t Iron, and GAL VANIZED IRON and BRASS TUBINOt I HON VE RANDAHS, BALCONIES. BTAIRo. OOUNTIR8, r u u n x a i n b, uitt3. uulumnb, IIiIOIIINU POSTS, LAMP BTAND8. VA8KS. TABLEH. FLOW ER STANDS, 80ITAS, 0HAIR3, 8TATCARY, ANI MALS, and all other Iron Work of a Decorative char acter, veiigm forwarded for ieieo:ion. Penoni ap plying for tame, will pleaie itate Ihe kind of work neeuea. niij3l-d3m MOTHERS ! MOTHERS MOTHERS! Ty)NT fail lo procure MRS. WINSLOW'S BOOTH- IN 0 BYRDP for CHILEREN TEBTHINQ. Th!i valuable preparation it Ihs prenrlptlon of ons of ths belt female pbyilclam and nuncs In the United States and hu been used for thirty yean with never falling lately and succeis by million! of mothers and children, from ths feeble Infant of ono week old to the adult. It not only relieves the child from pain, bnt invigor ate! the stomach and hovels, correct! acidity, and gives tons and energy to the whole system. It will aimnit ioitantly relievo Sninito in tiii fiowtts, mo Wmo Colic. Wo believe it ths Beit and Suie.t Remedy In the World, In all catc. of DYSENTERY and LlARRtlCEA IN CHIDDREN, whether it arltes from Teething or from sny other cauie. Pull directions for using will accompany each bottls. None Genuine unless ths fac almllo of CURTIS PK3KIN3, New York, Is on the Outside wrapper. Roid by all Medicine Dealers. Principal offl.e, 48 Dey street, NEW YORK. 1'aict Okit 25 Oorrs rat Bonn. maylfi'KMSm'lkwii SUMMER RESORT, OHIO White Sulphur Springs, The Season of 1863. rpni8 WELL KNOWN WATERING PLACE WILL be formally opened for ths reception of guests about ths middle of June. In ths meantime parsons dotirlng to enjoy ths privileges of the nlaca. will ha accommodated. THE 8PRINQS, this season, will bs nnder the immediate supervlilon of the Pronrietor. who will bs aailtted by Mauri. Jos. A. Bwatsis and C. C. Mitch sls. It is ths intention to make Ihs house, In ail reipects, equal to ths beat watering places in ths country, and lo provide generally for ths comfort and accommodation of the gueits. . For termi snd other information, addresi ANDREW WILSON, J., Lewti Center P. 0., . , . Delaware conn ty, 0. maj31-dtwkwtf Colnmbus Wholesale Liquor Store; LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Foreign and Domeitlo Winet, Brandies, sto. Ao. AL80, OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA 4. BOURBON WAREHOUBl AND 0PII0B,224 SOUTH HIQH ST Columbus, o. Nov. 19, 1862 dlyia BENNO SPEYER'S BANKING HOUSE, Commission, Forwarding and iNoianai umce; GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY rot TBI Bremen Hamburg and Havre Steamers; AMD ALSO RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, EAST AND WEST. No, 7 & 9 West Third St, (Oornsr Main), Oinolnnatl, Olilo. deelB-tf Superior Court of Franklin County, Ohio. AH DERED, That ths terms of this Court for v.u .. .v.. ., . . " v uiv vuauinr Tear, ara nafwh-t fln. .k.ii K. uaiu tu. uuro lOUOWlUg, 10 Will October 5th, 1P03; Deo'r S8lh, 1963; March 14th, 18Mi and slay 18th, lt61. Ths forevolnv la Imi. i,.h ..4 .-.m. -.nil wjournai oi sai a. ueurt. D- teal w"nc" " oud ut r Jan A ' T. 8. BHIPARD, Olerk, JantJ-asw 0Afca.iu.tW. Thayer & Noyes' UNITED STATES CIRCUS AND HIPPOZOONOMADOM, The Great Paraeron Amphithe- aire oi iodo. A masTOlllcent Arrav ef Unparalleled. JVoveltlea, 1HTRODOCIIQ A Snpeib Equestrian Tronpe, A Splendid Grmuastio Corps, And a fine collection of TRAINED HORHR8, PONII8 AND AIULEB, Such as cannot be produced In any other part of the world, will exhibit at Oo1X103lT3U.S OS BROAD STREET, On Friday & Nalurdar. June lUiUdc 13tb, 1803. TMi Model Exhibition of the Age Will make a Orand Prcceiilon thro' Ibe principal itreet! of the tuwn on the day ol exhibition, on which oc caiion the citlseni will have ao op portunity of viewing the GOLDEN ClIAItlOTt containing TOM OANHAM'S NEW YOBK BuA-8 HAND ThiiOhartot waa built thi. mion cxprenly for Menu. Thaver A Noyei, at an ex ponas or 2 TOO, and 1. pronounced by all who hare aten It, tn be Ihe moit beautiful thing or the kind ever gut.eu up In thli country. It i. twenty-eight feel long and ten and a half feet high. It Ii painted in tbe meat gorgeoui ityla, and ii worth seetog. Among the lilt of perform ers will be found Wr. J AM EM HOUlNfsMN, Champion Rider of the World. Thli a nut ride, one of the moit dar ing act! upon hi! bare back Bleed ever wilt, eased. 'I be Delevanll Brothers)! The gresteit Gymnaiti in the ooctry. SAiriUEl. KLIftll Aitr, Ths Oliamplon Leaperof the World. Aa.llK.tr AYItlAK, The celrhrated Pour and Six Boras Mtder. Mr. A. is alio one of the funniest clowni aliva. REUIIUE DERIOCTil. Tbe What Is it. or Han Monkey. ITIr. DAN BUSUNElala, Ths last India Juggler and Wire Walker. it. JOHNSON, An expert Acrobat and Gymnast. Doct. JAM. Ii. TUAYEK, ths original Jester and humorist, who will on every occasion bs rss ponilble for ai much laughter ai he can possibly create. nr. C W. NOTES, Will introduce his highly trained hone GENERAL 800TT, who will perform feats that will aitonlih all. Mr. Noyei will alio Introduos bis Trained Poney BIIQEL, and his Hid. UOVTVT ITU aa, . a, Equestrian Poena of Staa none, and iriad. DENNY. Thoss Oomlo Mulei, UNCLE 8AIT1 and DK. JONES, yill bs Introduced by their teacher, Dr. JAMES m. iiiaiani Nothing shall bs wanting to maks this a moral, In tellectual and amusing exhibition. Notwithstanding the innumerable variety of attractions and the unpre cedented expense of this unparalleled combination, the nrll-a A. .na.la.Ua III U. al J -a . I . ,,' t-..w v. Miaimiun ,,, u. jino.u mi luc oxtraoruiniry Oar flomra nf T07U1M'PVI V m .idutj . Beat, IlrTY CENTS. Doors open at 9 and 7 o'clock P.M.; performance to commence half an hour afterwud. ICpseau for all. This vut EitablUhmsnt will bs at Wheellngi JuneS; 8. OlalriTille, June 3; Barneatille, June i; Cambridge, JuneS; Zaneivllle, June 6; Newark, June S; Somerset, June 9; Lancaater, June 10; OlrolertUe, June 11; Columbui, June 12 and 13; London, Juno IS; Bpr.ngt.eld, June 16; Xenla, June 17; Dayton, June 18; Lebanon, June 10; Hamilton, June SO; Cincinnati, June S3 to S7. Remember, the Immi .-mm!a- i. .v. . . coming. ""a " t a , ANDT SPRINGER, Agent. J. 1. LBOHLIR, Advertiilng Agent. May31-June3A7,10,ll,U ' " WADSWORTH HnnsT. ADJOraiNO N. T. CENTRAL, LAKE SHORE. AN mim aauiMiui JJ-,fUXB, BUFf ALO. N. I. Th Moit Convenient Hoim in tkt Hit. rTtni W.iHM.11. n.aa 1 . . . a . . . , , ""ceniiy neen rain ted, rrsaooedand refurnished throughout, and Unow Ana Af 4 Vi . la... .aa J a. . . , - Ft-.uivoa nontei in ui state, ita prox imity to ths principal Railroad Depots renders It parllo nlarly desirable to travelers as a stopping place, while none ot ths old prejudice whlcb has existed against houses oontiguoni to Railroad Depots can attach to It . a-ui,n win ooa-rre we noma on enuring the de- TVOta Lnok an tha rtohtahann1 .In. I fl.aa . ... arrival of ths train. Twenty minutes allowed in rhan.- Ing baggage. A good Restaurant I. attached to the Home, -a w. -. ar. a. MWWUlaUWUaUUUI I UT alllT. OUn- ' dred gneita. chlllSui TOBACCO & SEGARSI Commercial Broker iu Leaf tod Maaafaoturel 1 cdaooo nd Segfcrs, 134 Water St, Oornsr of PlnsJ New Tom. TOBACfJOand "EQAR!learfnlir looted for exportation. Dealers aad Tobaeoont.u will Rnd It to their tntenat to oall or communicate bv tattar. Tha ha.r Kh.,i. i. .... m. . . i.rteei.nTth,TtaSsr ' ,aai ' aBL . , -a.