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w-ij.'W -i. ir ..--.- ..... yvp sawayw.; -.---$1rv.' B 1 I HI 4"tUU YpL. XXXII. COLUMBUS. OHIO, MONDAY MORNING, APKIL 3, 1865. -"Wir-tiMr-! ar am i Sill i . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 . ... , 1 QCOTHB HEADERS AND FRIENDS !tll C, :!i!E OHIO STATES M A H . tr.iVM I,. . i folltlM, Tbi Ohio Statisxah f, In Wuii c, ... .. . p-c .,1 . ' . ' 1 . . For the Country, for thp Con - tltutlon, and for the ' l ' ' Union of Equal .ozv.:..,: ...8tate8i,",'; T" ' '.' IU tuati prirtlem. and with ejnal and tot ' I . ! . 1 1 - . t tV are for tfa Old Flag:, with not ' " ;' M Star or 8trlp Erased, and for the Old UbIoo, !' )Vfkc m It li potalbl. to niton It, and for the 1 EXISTING CONSTITUTION, .' la IU iplrit, UHot, and ynrpoi.. tJpoa th. Arming .r.nU . tb. tmt, mt th. r apM of tb. People and Government. W. art it tk. mldit of a bloody and pr.itraoted elrll wa I 4ratlon and clot deptnd open a wit jr, truer and "Wore patriot! a Polio7hn c bar. teen daring th. jftMP 4.uminUtratioD. We Owe it to tlio Memory ; of our ITatlierM, to the v' - Hopes of our Children, to the Futuro of our rri. ; . Country, . .' . IHD TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MANKIND, -r - . to'.rf. our riilori to change a Policy wblob Ii drift ing ui farther and larther from the landmark! of our atriotlo airw, .... i- - i ItTHE STATESMAN jirtH do all H can to aid in bringing about thli 'banf'( and hear., tb. Publtahert Inrite tnpport "'and encouragement from all those wh, abll. "nihlngfora i 'OOOD NEWSPAPER, alo with to bar. a y , ,,.,f .. . ... . ' SOUIDCOXSTITOTIOML JOURNAL If.publlih a paper In whloh w. leek to giro tb. .-:) ' . I . . J. ..' . . :,-..; , I ; . Qr Commercial Reports, i Our Markets, , Our Political an i Ceneral News, an earefully freed from the tenaational oharaoter ,.4 w aaek to mak. Thi Statiikax i!,5Cini8tprtli7 in Ever Particular. a Per News, Ar Iaatrnctlvm, fbr 3ood Morals, for Son ad Political fScatlmeata, for a Steady T JDeeae of Amerloaa IaatltalloaTake, . Iv.U , Bead aad help Af.ir,.! 'to Clrcnlate, iT,THE OHIO STATESMAN. Znla1.- l-, .... r o-i .-r n-t - Weokly Ohio Statesman ,-.-JT - v . '. ' eifarntf tht. Urgett, ebeapeit, and beat printed iHaaperi ia the Wut. aob number oontaina a oom- plete fHM of all tb. KIT :NT , H , ; lMUXmA POLITICAL NEWS 'f tb. Snt; th. lateet Telegraphlo and Market 01 K orttf a carefully prepared ooUeotion of ; Xilteirovry XleAcaULzxa; j u jtth.bome and family; and aa abnndanoa of l ar xf agrapht upon erary topio of lnterott or Import vane.,. The wld. plreulatlon already obtained br l,,Vxi paper, ii an eridenoe of iti popularity, and 6f ja W Bayf auapra t uie nuu vt turn pwpi. U f !.!-. .': vrf Ik? Vr -.1 . - ... (.- ..; a 1 .iiiiii.'!i..i ;. '. :. i: v . - ..! liltj I iM'il ;. .". '", i i -, . ' fcica e..:.rfZlBS0l , t THB DAILT 8TATISM1K One iB.' 6he year. . ...ft Im " eU month, .,..H " ' ! ' itbre. month l M Dallrared by oarriw, per week iot ! tM tM-WDCKLT iTATMMAK. ; ! - 0 Nop7, on. year ...".fi M MtattT STATESMAN. ' ' j . w. ix month, 1 V, .MOIbf ira to ten.'aaob eopr..i.. ...... u Tr", l,i t.thirty,aeh eopy.w.. ...... ...... 1 o i iju"-r r.tuirty and upwardi. eaohoopy. 1.76 .1(1 '- Jin ettbaotPr lurniabed totbagetter-npof a Club -is 'of ureirtr or oro. , ..I1 -:' ForaOJubof fifty Thi Tu-Wmklt. and for a -II:-Clo of m bundnd Tb Dailt, will be teut ,t -j.4 tlw fetter-up of the Club. i . Wabtoribert nanea will b. written upon Club .ipe. a well aa upon other, toniathing that ia ' Tbe poney mntt aoeompany all order, raldthoube addraetedto ' w : COMKaOi, o. ALL WHO HAVE DRV GOODS TO purchase, ibould b. aura to call and examine the atook of HILLS, SGHRMRnORi & CO, before purchasing eliewhen, ai a SPLENDID STOCK ' la bow being exhibited. Merinos, Delaines, Poplins, Hosiery" Cloves, AND . Furnishing Goods, . BPECIALITI. Wa call particular attention to our fine (took of CLOAKS, in all the new oatterni. ant no after orlclnel dmlvnt Alto, an exteniire line of BI1AWL3 in great Tariety, ITIILLfl, BCHERlOEHHOnN A CO., 183 South Illg-h St., Union Block leptU FLAX MILLS. The Union Flax Mills Company OF CHICAGO, ILL., Are Manufacturing and desire to extend the ue of S. A. CLEMENS' Improved JTlax-CIeaiiliig" AND " FLAX-SEED THRESHING MACHIAES Sereralof theae FIaxCleaning 1Ir chines have recently been put in operation in Flax Mills in thia region, and one of them may be teen running in thia city, which, driven by twenty-horte motive power and attended by five men, prduoes at one operation, from good dew-rotted Flax Straw, a nperior quality ot clean, long and open Flax Tow at toe average rate ot one ana ono-cait toni oi row per day. . For thia Tow there la a large demand at the beat for epinnmg purpnee the preaent re autremont oeing lor irom utiy to aeventy-nv. ton aily, ana the demand rapidly inoreaaing. For the parpoae ot dereloplnar the basin cut eatahliahea by our machinery, and the de mand for ita product, we propose to oo-operate with loeal capiuliata at desirable points for growing Flax in the Northwest, on the business basil of an eaual airisionoi neipronit. The nlan of the nroooeed cceetra. Hon, in general terms, ia as follows, vis: We fur nish for use and setup on. at our Flax-Cleaning Machines in in. riax Mill provinea Dy me oo-opor-atine nartv. and also furnish a skillful hand to in struct in running the Mill and keeping the machii e ry in order, giving alio the benefit of our long expe rience in the Flax business, and offering special ad vantages in marketing the product of the mill. We also propose to furnish, for the use of each rlax Mill, S. A. Clemens' Flax-heed Threshing Machines, both for removing seed and seed ends from flax straw honnd and kent straight, and for removing seed from tangled straet, each Machine removing and crushing tb. seed bolls, ready for winnowing the seed. a The local, coopratlna party will provide: -r im, a f lax Mill, building ana twenty none motive power, with sbafiing, Ac, for convey ina the oower to the r lax-Cleaning machine. mo md, two Flax Barns, each of capacity t store two hundred and fifty tons of Flax Straw. Third, ani le grounds in the vicinity of the Flax Mill for lax I. . 1 f.. ....I,:-, t'l . W t . K . - UMUB IIU lUf ,IW.1U flU UH.R. u i-. . . 11 J scale, platform scale, power baling presa, and im- Slements and fixtures for the Flax Mill. -Fifth, about fteen hundred tons, or the product of about two thousand acres, of good dew-rotted Flax Straw an nually. Sloth, labor and teams for opera ing the riax anil. ... The cooperating party can make, aa hia ahare, net, annual profits of from two to three hundred per cent, on bis permanent inve tment of about ten thousand dollars required lor a (lax juui. Partiea propoainsr to atart Flax IhTUIa, should make immediate arnngen ents for putting in. early this spring, the necessary crop, Dv aiding the farmers In the vlainitv of the Drooosed Flax Mill to get seed, ana by contracting witn mem lor the required two thousand acres of Flax, sown at tb. rate of on. ana one-bait ouaueis to an acre. We hare made arranarementa with Linseed Oil Manufacturers by which oo-ODerating parties can get Max seed loaned by tbem. W are nreoared to rive fnrtherand full tr formation relative to the Flax business, and will send our oiroulars to those requesting them; and will also exhibit one of our Machines running in th. oily and refer to tb. parties asing tbem elsewhere. UNION FLAX MILLS CO. I JAMES J. WALWORTH. Pres't-H STILLMAN A, CLEMEN S, Hen'l Sup't. ; OFFICE, - 25 LAKJ2 STBEETJ Chicago, 111., March 1.186J. mchs-d3w ! WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, km Liquors of all Kinds. fTEW YEAR OLD BOURBOlf WH1S. I S1. M nABw VJF MMVU auw.. - J. ky. Thirty barrels pur. 10 years old Bourbon v nisay. years old Also, twenty-fiv. barrels pur. a to 11 Monongahela Whisky, of tbabest brands. Will b. sold by th. demijohn, keg or barrel: also, au xinus ot n i rines and other Liquors, by LACELLE, BOSS Sc CO., 124 South High street. rlenJST) DR. LTJDLUM'S SPEOffld . : 'CUBES ': . GONORRHOEA, GLEET, & 0., . 'i ...... . , , . r ' , And all diseases of the Organs of Generation, ' In a shorter time than any other medicine discov ered. Tb. eur. ia permanent and strengthens tb. diseased parts. - - - ,- . j Piloe 91 per box, sent free by mall an receipt of the money, .for sal. at wholesale by LORD jk SMITH. Wholeaal.Ag.nts, 23 Lake street. Chloagd. : ,. ,i , A1U.KJX ROBLNS0N, .... : r , , .. Bole Proprietors, Cincinnati. 0. , dMSl-daodtmoa- .; . ,: ' I Merchant Tailoring.' C1ALL Off BONE It BEEn, NORTlt J aut enrner of Hieh aod Town streets, for nn Clothing, where yon can get good fits, good quality of Unods. ndaiv4rylot prictt. , ..M UUJW1I ww -. . . -u Lti ... Patronize Home Institutions and Keep yoar, BTonej in the State HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE. Offloo iu XXxxioxL Z31ools., ; XZlelx Street. Inanres againHt Tam or Damage by Fire and Lightning. Bualnrae Confined to Flrat-ClaM Property wlthla the State. This Company, under State control, eonduots Its business on the most approved and economical plan taking risks only in i irst-Clasa, Detached Property, Farm Buildings. Private Dwellings, and their Con tents, making it sater than thoso inaunng Mills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other property of similar basard. It is the chief aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large business, as bding a surer guarantee te permanenoy and of greater ultimate success; their rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm conviotion that the plan adopted by tbem, will make niv vvuiyau ysiuiuvu,iiu ml. w iw inrnv; uuiufln. PIRECTOKSi .' ' IW BAMUEL GALLOWAY. Columbus. O. C. P. h. BUTLER. Merchant. Columbus. O. kbS WnVAT7;tf,'p" 9' do. OFFICERS! Samuel Galloway, Frealdent. liewla Cuaa, Vice Preaident. v. as. iiuooard, secretary. anglB-ly " ?-.F.; IRAKK. Pres't X. I). A W. R. R., ienia, 0, ALEX. H. HANLEY, Xenia.O. Alex. IV. Itanley, General Agent. W. A. Itanley, Aaa't ea'l Agent. Losses Paid in 46 Years OYER $17,000,000. NET ASSETS, JAN,, 1865, $3,677,362 71. FIRE AND IIVLAJSTD NAVIGATION KISKS W Agenclea In all the Principal Cities and Townala the United Statea. Applicatlona tor Inaurance will be promptly attended to. ANDREW GARDNER, Jr., Ag't, Johnson Building. 1 mcbU-d3m COLUMBUS NURSERY. THE PROPRIETOR OFFERS FOR th. Spring of U6S, a large and well asserted stock of Standard Apple, Pear, Peach and Cherry Treea, Many of extra site, and of th. most reliable and ap proved varieties. Dwarf Apple, Pear, Cherry and Plum Treea. These are esoeetallv suited for Hardens and those who do not like to wait long for trees to bear. Many are now set with fruit Duds, and moat will bear lb. next year alter planting. GRAPE VINES Of all tb. old and new approved varieties, including lona, leabella, Adirondac, Creweling, Maxatawny, Delaware, Concord, Hartford, Prolific, Diana, Rebecca, : Itoftera, Hybrids, 4c, Rverv one who has aaarden abould olant an abun dance of Currants, Uooaeberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, and Strawberries. Wa bave all tb. new, fine, large vanetirs.. . . ,. ORNAMENTAL TREES For Streets, Parks, and the Door Yard, and new and rai. W. ping ireus, tor Lawns ana uemetery iou. EVERGREENS, From one to ten feet high, prepared for successful transplanting, by repeated mowing in the Nursery. Hardy Flowering Shrubs and Plants, inoluding the bent varieties of Rosea, the finest Spiralis, Syr inges, Paasionies, fhilnxes, ia., do. Ofino. and Grounds, South High street. R. 0. HANFORD, Suoceasnrto Hanford A liro..) Proprietor, Descriptive Catalogue of Fruits, 4o and Spring Catalogue of Bedding Plants, Ac, now ready and can be bad on application. Linctm-aaw-jw BENNO SPEYER'8 ....... . . . .,, j BANKING HOUSE, ' Commission, Forwarding and Notarial Office, i . t GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY FOB TBI Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers. ' !" . AND AUG ! RAILROAD TICKET- AGENCY EAST, Alt D WEST. ! ...... . Vion .V ad West Third Street, (Corner Main J j Olxa.oixxxxn.tl, Oi ! HENRY. ItamiLER , (Lata of Phalon'l Establishment, N. T PROPRIETOR OF THE NEW YORK Vuhlonithle Shavlnc. Hair Cutting. Shamnoon- Ing, Curling and Dressing Saloon, .. In the Basement of the Neil House, nude . tne rostomce, ... . . ( whw. satisfaction will ba given in all th.varloa branoha i UAiU and Children's Hair Drawing don. In the tlVtwarm and Cold Baths can b h i " : til nw . ... ., i i TEAS ! TEAS ! THE ATTENTION OF DEALERS Hotel KeeDera and Famillea. dssirnna of obtain ing choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully aireotea to our COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GREEN. BLACK. AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Which we offer in original oackaces. or In ananti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, and while orders are constantly coming in for "Just such Tea as you sent us before," complaints rarely occur. Persons who, as a matter ni tante, or trom hygienic considerations, use mack T.. ..c- Anj jin; I. . . x . .B, UitOU UUU lb UlUlUUlb W ..1. KUUU ATifOlO. OUR CHOICE BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tion ior us wnorover we nave soia mem. OUR NATURAL LEAFS are of the purest nd sweetost chops, and being cured in tne sun are tree irom tne deleterious el- foots produced by contact with copper. A full line of staple and fanoy Groceries always on band at lowest marKet prioes. BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. onoouns, No. 73 South High St. aug30 (Corner Friend.) MTOLtf, MILES & M'DOXAH S (SUCCESSORS TO GEO. A WlI.MoDONA LD) G RO O E R S, llo. 124 South High street. PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBUS POWfER MAGAZINE. A GElfTS FOR THE SALE OF THE IX, MEDBKRY WHITE WHEAT FLOUR. Agents for the sale of Gardner. PhiODS A Co 'a an gar Cured Hams. Dealers In CHOICE FAMILY GROCEBIES Of .very Description, Imported and Domestij. Fin. Wines, Cordials, Liquors, Socars, Olive Oils. Sardines, eto. i AU goods delivered free of ouarge. iriccoiiirj , mix.ES Sc iticdonalds, maylS dly No. W South High St. BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY. M. C. LILLEY & CO., Boon Binders AND Blank Book Manufacturers, Wo. North IUffh Street, COLUMBUS. O. novl8-dtf THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK . OF COLUMBUS, PERMANENT DEPOSITORY ' ' . ' AND Financial, Agent of the U. S. CONTINUES TO FURNISH U. 8. BONDS, Notes, and other Government Securities in 11 . 1- j..ij iti . I.IK. H QUl.U .luvuuwi M UWHVU. AU UUIMUI Ml O free from State taxes, inclusive of , 7.30 U. S. Treasury Notes.. irv-. &M . r. nn.:i. L.....! !....... i. i iimiv .1, m iB,iiw invviaiiiiiiui., m iiimm, in ynj able semi annually at the rat e of 7-30 per cent, per annum, and at tne end ot inree years irom weir date, are convertible into Greenbacks or 8 per eent. gold interest 5-20 Bonds, at the option of the holder. jan-u ... u. m. DUDiiAiiu, i;ashier. DANCING SCHOOL AT ' " MR. S. ST PINNEY WILL, GIVE THE SECOND LESSON of the neir term to bis Juvenile Class, on SATURDAY" MORNING next. MARCH 4th. at 8X o'olook, and in the afternoon, at W o'clock; and then on aaoh succeeding Saturday, at the same hours. TKRMS r ouB uollarb per quarter, in advance, Piuiit.ivelv no visitors admitted without tiaketai Nor will Pupils be admitted hereafter without tick ets. ' . ... . . . ! An Evening uiass ror aoui's win ta formed on MONDAY E VfcNING, MARCH 13tb. T.rms Fiv. Dollars per quarter, in advance. Those wishing to join said li aas will pioaae can at tne musio more . . (1... 1 1 1 . ' 1 ! C i, 01 Aloasrs. Denser, ifresm cs vuior uuormajiion. ' Private Lessons given at the Hall, or at private residences. i Mnsio Farnislied for Parties & Balls. All orders left atthe Musio Store of Messrs. Salti er, Dresel A Co., will ) promptly attended to. j Mi PuDils and Visitors will call On th. under signed for tioltetaof admission. i mobi-du o. a. rxnnjiii. j FRENCH'S HOTEL, An tho Eurontaan Plan. Opposit. the City Hall Park, eorner of Frankfort Stroet, New York. ' SPACIOUS Refectory, Bata Keemi. and Barber Shop. Bad-rooms warmed gratis. and only one bed in a room. Do not believe rut ners or baokmen who say we are full. Servants are not al lowed to rooeive perquisites. apr-diy . -. .. ......... . ., ,j ....ac.a i Great Reduction w- FALL 1 iD WINTER CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods VALISES, RUBBER GOODS, &C. AT MI . . I- . I , "" S T -A. IX li Nos. 6 & 7, Nell House Build ing, South High St., OPPOSITE TO ENTRANCE STATE CAPITOL TO KIAKE ROOITI FOIl THE SPRING stock. I bave determined to close out at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES my entire stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, eonalatingof every article neoesury for a complete outfit for tb. CITIZEN AND MILITARY TRADE, Having the largest and moat extensive stock of Clothing in Columbus, both as regards Quality, Style and Prices, I can offer superior Inducements, as my stock was bought during the latedoclino in goods. To Mili tary and Citisen strangers I would say. give me a call, and I can guaraiitoe that you will go awayKat Isfied. I have also constantly on hand a complete assortment of Swords, Belts, Sashes, Straps, Ornaments, Rubber Talmas, FU33ER COATS, LEGGINGS, &C. In Furnishing Goods, I have an extra large stock of Scarfs, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Under Garment, White and Woolen Shirts, Collars, Ac, Ao. Connected with the establishment is my MERCHANT TailoringDepartment where can be found a f all stock of Cloth, Cassimeres, Beavers, Meltons, and Vestings, which will be made up in the latest style and at REASONABLE RATES. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE, MARCUS CI1ILDS, os. 6 Ac 7, Nell Ifonse Ilalldlng;, Two doors from PostofEce. decM NO. 5 UNION BLOCK. NO. 5 . JOSEPH DO WD ALL, Insurance Agent, No. 5 Union Block, REPRESENTS ALL THE FIRE INSURANCE CO.'S COLTJMI1TJS O., COMPRISING The Capital City Insurance Co., P. AHIHOS, President The Franklin Insurance Co., W. . UESULER, President. The Central Insurance Co., TIIEO.COJISTOCK, President. ASSETS LIABLE for LOSSES, MARLY ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS. Policies leaned In either Company vr Luuimncu, liinuico iiuiiuiun.) i'i.iuiin.i.u,. mm ublivr i IU erty, against Loss or Damage by FlliK, at rate as low as other first-class Couipanies, rarticuiar atteuuon given to tne insurano. of FARM PROPERTY, Isolated Dwellings and their Furniture, for on, three or five years. ; PAID IN CASH. I The above Comsaniea havlne s.ooointml .TOHEPH DOWUALL their Agent to i'sue Polioiea in C,n- lumbus, reapeotfully solioit the patronage of the citiiens. . j ' " j. a. uisai secretary. : THO OAS ARNOLD, Solicitor mchlS . f. . i NEW DENTAL OFFICE. I J; W.: WORT M A'N, DENTAL SURCEON, M PROFFERS IHS PROFESSIONAL services to the eommnnitv of Cnlnmhna ami vicinity, and has hopes that any who may want NICK, LIFE-LIKE and DUBABLE sets of new teeth at VERY LOW PRUES, will not fail to give bim a call. Teeth filled In a neat and permanent manner, 10 as to render them as serviocable as they, were be fore the deoey commenced. All operations known to th. profession, carefully performed and warrant. ea eniireiy r.usi.oiAjrj. , . OFFICE No. 13. north entrance fun it.lni nI ra House, Columbus, 0. mohi-tf en BlOilli i or 42 w. ca"jK x CURE WARRANTED IF JJIKECTIOJfS ARE FOLLOWED. ' tW CALL FOR A CIRCULAR DESCRIBING. ALL 81MPI0M8. , - v - H Y JH l'TOHNl The symptoms of Catarrh aa they generally ap pearareatfirntvervsligbt. Perioks find they hav. a odd, tbat tbey have frequent attavk", and are mora sensitive to the cliangoa of temperature. In thia condition, the nose may be dry, or a slight dis charge, thin an aflrid, nfterwardu becoming thick and adhesive. At tliedi.ea.-e bemmies chronic, thedis obargca aro incroa.-oil in quantitr and chanced in quality: they are now thick and heavy, and are hawked or nougued off. The seerrtinna are oJlonaivej cauning a had breath: the voice ia thick and naHalj the eyea are weak; the tonne of the smell is lessen ed or destroyed; deafness frequently takes place. Another common and important arnipt'nii of Catarrh i, that the p'rsun ia obliged to clear his throat in the morning of a thiek or slimy mucus, which has fallen don from (lie head during the nigot. When this lakes plae the person may he sure that hia dis oaso is on its way to the lungs, and should lose no time in arretiii if. Tht al'ttrt art but a few of tht many Catarrh Aftlnglc llollletvill Inst a month To be used tln-ec times u slay. TESTIMONIAL Frrm linn. Thnit. J. Turner, Kx-Jltmiher ot CtmgreM from lUinoin, late tiettkfr of Jllinoi Minnie of Jlrjirmentatirft.atid (irautl Jantcr of A., and A. J., of tht Matt of JUlnoin. FrkEPOKT, Oct 21, 1883. WR.D.H. SEELYE: Dkak Sir In reply to your notice of the IS b Inst.. 1 would say that I was severely aflli ted with Catarrh tor rears, when I became acauaintod with youandboU'.'lit two bottles of your Liquid Catarrh Remedy. Hcl'ore I had used one b..ttle 1 was seni- blv unproved, and before the second buttle was fin ished, was completely cured. I eun recommend the medicine to all alHiutcd with Catarrh, liosptcifully Yours, THOS. J. TTRNER. in:, i). ii. Mii:i:i.Yi: & o., Soi.g Propbiktobs, Chicago, 111. .' . JtsT Laboratory at Frecport, 111. At Wholesale by JOHN D. PARK, Cincinnati, O. Wholesale Agent (or Ohio. AtRotail in Columbus by" J.'R. COOK, R..10NES AKON. S. E.SAM TEL, O. U'lltK.KTS, TIlltAl.L 4 BEM1A.M, SCHL'EL LKll A CO.. and for sale by JJrti iyfist. h liyerj'whero. fcb13-d.ttweowly Little Kanawha & Eik Eiver , PETROLEUM AND MINING CO. SCI15CUHX10.S TO BE CLOSED. Cash Working Capital, $150,000. OKKICgRS: OLIVER K. WOOD, President. JAMES CRUIKSIIAXK. Vice President. CHARLES J. MAKTIN', Treasurer. . JAMES WADS WORTH. Secretary. E. R. BLACK WELL, Consulting Engineer and General Superintendent. trustees ; PAUL N. SPOFFORD. of Spofford, Tileson A Co..N.Y. CUARLESJ. MARTIN. President Homo Insur ance Co., X. Y. Hon. ROGER AVERILL, Danbnry, Conn. Hon. ALHKRT Z. CATLIN, Burlington. Vt. JAMES CRCIKSHANK. CS Broadway. N. Y. OLIVER E. WOOD, JO Barclay street, N. V. JAMES WADSW0RT1I, of Jamos Wadsworth A Co., Gl Cedar street, N. Y. JOHN W. STRONG, Detroit. Mich. EDWARD M. MORGAN. S Pino stroet. N. Y. THE SCKSntIPT10 IS SO NEARLY completed that itis intended to close the tame on or before the Hth of February. Subscriptions, $750,000, of which (000,000 purchas es the land to-wit: 62,860 acres. The romaining $100,000 is tho permanent oash working capital of the Company. Par value of shares, $100. Lands located on th. Little Kanawha and Elk River?, In tho counties of Gilmer and Braxton, In the very heart of the oil re gions of West Virginia. Professor Bichardson reports: "Your property Is tho very centre of tho West Virginia oil regions. It has numerous oil and gaa springs along the banks of its streams, one of wnich vies with the famous 'Burning Spring' itself." Professor Shepherd, of New Haven, Conn., re ports: "Iconrtdet it eminent! y oil-producing land. Tht oil-bearing thalet underlie it wtttnsively, and th long Uiu of oariuretted hydrogen, or illuminat ing gat tpringt, taint of which I law burning, at well at tht appearand of oil ittelf on tht turfaet tht tract, fully confirm mt in thit belief. There can be no doubt that along your creett and tributaries there it a large extent of valuable oil producing territory, Tht prodigious amount of bituminous and cannel coal, iron ort, limestont and fire clays embodied in the high hills on our proper ty, tht tops and slopes of which art covered with an , extraordinary growth of white oak. and other heavy timbers, add immensely to its value," t These views are fully indorsod by the reports of the most practical and experienced men from the ail districts of both Pennsylvania and Virginia, -ji i j Tho Company oonsider themselves fortunate in having scoured th. services of sir. Blackwell, a' practical civil engineer, for.thegenoral superintend-; enoy, so well known as the late Chiof Engineer and Superintendent of the "Commissioner of Wash ington Heights," New York City. 1 Arrangement are in rapid progress for tb. imme diate development of th. property, on a scale jSom mensurate with its value and extent. Subscriptions payable at the time of subscribing. one-half in cash, the balanoe in thirty days from tb. tim of closing the subscription, can be mad. inj person or by letter at the office of the undersigned j 61 Cedar street, New York; J. K. DOBSON, Noj State street, Boston; and JOHN W. STRONG ueuwr, -Michigan, where I uli inform atian - can bS obtained,;..-: " ; ', v . JAMES WADSWORTH A CO., "'.'' NV61 Cedar street New:YorK, N. B. - Subscriptions received for the above Com' pany by ' LEWIS BAKEKsf I ...,..r. Wheeling. W. V. I foba j: I'lmsl C. H. OAMPEN, i CONFECTIONERY; . i . . -r .. I I 'i r Nearly Oppoalte Capital tlnlreraity. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON nAND FRESH Cinninnati Lacor. Fresh OidtorB.bv the can nr dosen, Catawba Wine, Ac. I juaesHWia-novo. ' . i .?,.;,, a Ii . :. A ' !'i !h"l Mtswm Not in Good Taste. A gteambodt owned and victualed by the National Cuveruuieut Is Tiow btarlnp; a Ikrjre fiitrtyol iSt'iuttorsaod ltepreiteiitativeg, wiUt their lanillies aai personal friends, on n plenstire trip to Clmrlcston and Savannah. The Journal of Commerce say; t(t this), two wenka' frolic : . t;y "There, are certain .notions of propriety wlrii'H we are not willing to consider as al toetfier obsolete, and we mistake the feet ln:9 "of the Ameriean people if they con sult to ngnrcl tliiB Conjrroeitlonul fett aa, tliiiiR epcactly, in X004 taste, even in these metumorpliic. times. . Charleston and ' Sa vannah, to-day, are full of sick and wound cd soldiers, ruined Union nion, repentant rebels. Nobodyidowji there eels much like laurhiiiK, oc .wkbes to be stared at as a show. The iutrusiou of a great crowd of gapiii pleasure seekers, upon such serious scenes, is an impertinence. Congressional parties have not such a monopoly of tbat rarity, frood breeding, that they can make their visit wear the aspect ol friendly in terest and concern. If they were appoint ed to examine into and report upon the condition of the white population or of the nerroesof the two cities, or to see if our army- wanted any thintr. the case would.be ditlurnnt. But they go not oil a mission of ollichtl business, or of benevolence, but on ly of fun and jollity. Xo hospital stores arc oorne to tne oieeaing ant attenuated inmates of the Union hospitals ; no mes sages of sympathy for the standi Union men who have lived all through tho fleiy furnace of the rebellion ; no books for the little children whom Colonel Woodford ia now ffiitherintr into the loiiir deserted school- hoiiKes; nothinjrto eiveaVav! nothlno to sell." , The trip is truly renrescnted as one of sellish personal Kratillcation, with Charles ton iuiJ Savitunuli as simply curiosities wortii seeing, like the White Mountains, the Mammoth C'ave.and the Natural Bridge, with the advantage that the bills are all footed by the nation. And all tiiLj going on while the Christian and other Commissions are crav ing more supplies for the sick and wounded soldiers: and philanthropists are-trying to make collections of food and clothing ior the half-starved, half-naked Union men, and spelling-books for the neglected little ones! yea York Exvrtss. ' Scan. Mag. in Ohio. The town of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, is in up roar. Our exchanges from that rural dis trict say that considerable excitement has been created in that usually quiet city, dart ing the last few days, In consequence of ru mors of a most scandalous affair, in which a married man and his wife ant) an unmar ried man, were concerned. It is reported that the married man, who has been absent f;ir some time on business, received infor mation that his wife, who is gay. handsome and attractive, was in the habit of receiving evening visits from a rattier dashing young gent, who had recently been iu the army. jiarricti man nastenea nome Dy express, ar riving there at 10 o'clock at night. Calling upon some menus, tie lnviteu tbem to ao companv him to ins Lome, "to see what was to bo seen." After making a reconnnln- sance around the premises, the parties dash ed into the house suddenly, right into "my lady's chamber." There was the wifein. bed, not alone, but with a partner, not, however, the one to whom she had "plight ed her troth." Husband drew a revolver; and wasin the act of pointing it atthe head ol tiie milittry gent, to blow his brains out, when the latter begged for merer, acknowl edged his guilt, and surrendered himself as a "prisoner of war." Xo shots were fired, ami to use the elegant language of Uncle Abe, "nobod was hurt." Of what occur red afterwards we are not fully advised; but It is reported that a cotrpromlsej was ef fected, the husband agreeingto receive a fe.w hundred dollars as a recompense. -for his wounded feelings. 1'olice (jazctte. , Dreams. Lucky Dreams. To dream of nothing lucky. .:.-. v ., T To' dream that you have written all Mr. Tupper'8 works (and on waking to find you haven't) is very lucky. lo nream, only to dream, that you ve committed a capital crime, is lucky for you. Unlucky Dreams. To dream that, ink fearful shipwreck, you have been hurled upon a sharp rock, and to awake to a sense of your position on the tloor, is unlucky., lo dream of goblins, villains of the deep est dye, assassins, daggers, and such things as utterly destroy your rest, is decidedly un lucky. . . To keep on dreamiug and awaking five times in a night ia unlucky. . lo dream that you are lighting for your fe with Wild bears, and to And yourself hitting your wife on the head with a bols ter, is unlucky, very uuiucky. To dream that you are making a long and powerlul address to a jury and to deliver the same oratoricallv. is unluckr for anr one who happens to be in the same room trying to go to sleep. i . . . ,-.t-j A Shave and a Drink. It is related that a witty son of JSrin, who was a barber by trade,' finding his business leaving him, resorted to A new dodge to re gain custom, lie placed, a sign .over the door of his shop, which read as follows; "What do you-thiak - McFinniiran will shave you for a sixpence and. giYe. oaia drink." .- . Customers flocked in attracted bv the ap parent inducement posted over the door way. After being snaved, each ot them would demand a drink, insisting: that the sign read : "What do you think B. McFin niiran will shave you for a sixpence, and give you a drink." . ', "Oh, no," said tho barber, "yer ' honor reads It wrong. This is what It says:"- "What I Do you-htnk McFinntgan will shave you for a sixpence and give you a drink '. -i iV, , ,.a 'And be jabers," he added, 4'I ain't fool enough to do that." And so the customers ldst their money and their drink-too.- Wool Trade. The dullness, and decline in wool in the eastern markets, still continues. Consider- tfble is reported to bechaiigtnjr 'hands 3u sinau lotsataeclimnr prices, ine sales in NeW York, during the last week ranged from 77c toll Oo most of the Ohio wool at 02c toll 08, Michigan at 900 to 97c, Penn svlvania at t)7o tdl 05, Illinois heart kt 77-Uc,' lowaat 85o to Mo.-nut Mun-uavM i Ot the Boston market, The, Flouahman on the 23d reports: The market is very d ull for fleece aud pulled wool, and prices have fur ther declined. The sales of the week hav been 173,000 lbs. fleece and pulled at 7Sc. tV but at the close not oVef 950. could ba obtained for the. best lota ;on the market. lot ot 7500 ids. tuo waaiicd sola at fl 15. Canada combing wools have not varied materially, as stocks are quite small of thia ' description. Sales of 10 000 lbs.J Canada fleece at $1 15 pet lb. "Foreign wool is very quiet, and the sales have been small, com prising 150 bales Cape And South Ameri can, including tome lots of good Cape at 5o. per lb. Ohio Earmcry April Lj,,, .