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DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET.
tor THuJa GABRIEL DIEMER,
: , ELIAS GAVER.
7Virr GEORGE -P. SCHROLL. ""
AeorSO&'X H. EARHA.RT.
I.-. -FRRDKRIC K BaY)ERv -
, - .CHRIS. BART LING.
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DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
For -Jiiyor-JAUES G. BULLl
Jfarskal- PATRICK MURPHY.
xSoiciw-E. F. BINGHAM" 5 ' ,
Councilman i 1 ': i 'TB v ' '
1st Ward DANIEL OTSTOT.
. D. MCALIJSTER
- THOMAS BBBGEN. . ,
JOHN OAREN.-, .
Member Board of Education-.
lt Wsrd-'-CrlARLK ZOLLINGER.
n.M"- " l W. BROOS. i ;
( .. eth 44 KONttAO MEES. -'
Y 7th. " JOHN MG5RCH
.;:th S.W. ANDREWS."
Ward Atoor ' ! '- :
lnt Ward HENRY FREKLAND. '
ITtfVUY 1f!HWlNK'Kll '
JACOB LANG, i"
JACOB FRIED.y :u"
.JACOB GKAU. ,
1 PETER PFIFER. .
- JOHN DUFFY.
DANIEL SULLIVAN; "
Metkoroixxjicai.Tabl,' prepared and
ebcfed; y';; Tr. 'J. Savkge, "Jewelery$3
South Hijh street. ;"';' '
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. TUESDAY, March 19, 1867.
O'clock i , " -; - . .ii ' Barometer. Thermometer,
it inT."t' i
Thanks. Hon. &. Shellabarger has our
tJiankslorTiluable publje documents. C
In Town. Col. Sain, Pike, of the W,Us
bora Gazette, was in the city yesterday.
Confirmed. James Roweyof Chfllleothe
ha? heen .confirmed M-Keceiyer of Public
Money. . '.wai- .s-wo.t .t
In the City. Samuel Grimshaw, Auditor
of Monroe, Is In the.; city', in attendance' on
the Convention of Auditors. : Jle' repbrts
Monroe all fight.
tMOTBAIit ' T,ASl;)AXp TASTSPaltti
Sunday occurs this year on April 14th;
Good Friday, April 19th ; Easter, Sunday,
April". 21st;f Ascension. vDay May 30th
Whit Suudayj Juni 16th , t i . :.( ' ,
i f'kVtl i x.l 'J -g - ii-.-' ?
Withdrawn. William Kelsey, the nom
inee lor Council from the Third Ward, re
qutsthTat "hK pamee tthrawn from
the canvass, ' He wilfiei that, as far as we
are concerned", we have obliged him.
To pRESERTB' FRtttTKi'a. It i 'is eaid
that a hole bored in1 the. body of fruit
trteand filled With sulphur.-wiu so inrect
the free that, do; Insect" or worm can live
cjur frutt growers will do " well 16 try the
experiment.' v- -r ' - " - ' '
fi Interesting Experiment. Feed a roos
ter on popcorn, and theft give him warm
apd, highly pice4 nifeats. ,The Internal heat
will pop the corn, until the" expansion' ex-
lyues tut) ruubiivr, iuu, a muu uciuuaLiui
oimilnr A nlef.nl chrtt.. Tttnpiazv rpnorts
ljaFihg succj&ssluHy tried the experiment. '
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Arrivals at; th k -r 'Pnitentiar Y.-The
following are theju-rivaiU at the Ohio Pen
itentiary for yesterday : ' From Stark coun
ty, 'James . McGfathstfeatlngj promissory
note and receipt two' years; Joseph 'Bal
mat, Jbnrglary, two yea.r$ i,E Dadae Miller,
utferinir fdrged order; sreven,years. Vs :
j1)r". Tucker. Thisg'eotrtinan has visited
Columbus regularly (ornino years, treating
Chronic Diseases, stopping one or two days
attach visit.- But his patlent3 have so in
creasedthat he finds It necessary to make
tttV extri visit of two days rto accommodate
See advertisement, in other
Tjeie Pubushers' . Convkntion. The
Hili&boro' News makes a, proposition to
postpone the . convention- of .publishers of
OMoet for the 1st of April; to the 18th,
and,that thealn addition to the paperqups
tion, action betaken in regard to advancing
the' prices of Bubscription, advertising and
jol) work, '&ei u What say you, gentlemen
of the Ohio pressAshiany of you as are
iu favor of postponement say aye! r vi
.iBY.BRBVJCT.-If Bro Busby will produce
any viience to ghow that pur name was In
nominatiou - for delegate,,'? either of full
rk'u1cT or. byi 'brevet, 'orhat .'we' got tickets
printed for use at the primary meeting on
Friday nlgftt; "or lisked 'any '-one tci vote for
us as "delegate eithef of full rank" or by
brevet, we will acknowledge that he never
told a fib-v Until then be must excuse us If
we only consider him a G,' Wasnlngtbnby
brevet.?- ".f- 'r''
- Gran vilLe Female Co leoe. From the
correspondence of a friend' who attended
the Beethoven and Mozart Soiree at Gran
College, we' leara that it was one of
the most successfu1 musical entertainments
ertx -giver int Ohio. But this i¬ to be
wondered at; for there is an abundance of
musical Ulent amongst the young lady pu
pils there, and their- teacher, Prof. C. L.
Strohme'nger, is a - most -accomplished and
thb'iro'ugh'oneJ ' We' will be pleased to hetr
from our correspondent at any time on sub
jects of general Interfst.'" :.
County Commission irs' , Meeting. At
a meeting' of the County Commissioners
held March 18, Messrs. . oerner ' and Bar
bee being present, bills, of Jf. Cole, for4n
dexing record $50;-J Mock, wood for
Codrt'House, and George Simpson,
moving' coal, $3,'were allowed. At a meet
ing held March 19, the hilt of Geo. Simp
son, for cutting wood for Court House, of
$2, was allowed. Also,-Peter Schart, for
iron work la the Court House" and jail, in
fulltof contract, $1,117.60, was allowed, and
Auditor, ordered 'to. draw his warrant on
the Treasurer for the above amounts. '
Suspicious. Spraying into the Probate
Court. 'room on . yesterday. afternoon, we
found li'full of County Auditors, debating
questions of lively Interest,, apparently; to
taem. Where they came from, how long
they are going to .stay, or what, they de
eign doing,4 " nobody knows and : nobody
ca're's'.'rhe ' journal JohsX- the new one,
we mean on a 'de"ad rush for an item, got
in there,' but was 'soonHiade' tor Understand
that it : wa necessary lor ' him to break a
hole in . the , circumambient, and retire,
which he did with hU usual ability. ' With
the cutehess of 'ad older head, we engaged
orre'pf them; In a conversation long enough
to ascertain that there were about thirty
County Auditors present.
, V I j TT Jf
'Police Court. -There was .' no great
amount of business before the Mayor yes
terdayV "Neither plain '-nor, ornamental
drunk;; was therei ! We missed the old fa-mili.-r
fanes of those who filled the Dlaces.
held by rummies, nearthe railing, while
their bloated heads" were ailing as. they
leanc,f them Against the wall that's nearest
hot, seeks a worn spot in the carpet, carpet-
spread .opart (the, Hoar.'aly this and
nothing more. TZZ ' ; "r
Tfe only ' cases were those pf Patrick
Murphy and. Patrick. Flynn, charged with
petit larceny, in stealing an album from the
tore of G. W Gleason, Opera House block.
They were heard to say, just as Maypr Bull
wa9 about passing sentence upon them, that
m?y 'wouium siay in me camooose over
Ughtj and In order to give them a greater
fi&4 to operate In, his Honor sentenced
tein to! thirty days In the county Jail. If
they gevjut pt that cage before their time
is up we We Vuir guess. v. ; . ; ; i i ; i -j
Fbani L8LIe's Ladt's Moazink. April, 1867.
ew York: t rank Leslitf. 537 Pearl street.
"We are In receipt, of this favorite gazette
of fashion for April. , As a strictly maga
zine of fashions, Leslie is using every en
deavor to distance all competitors. This
number contains a magnificent double-page
colored fashion plate, a double-page plain
fashion plate, and some fifty or sixty small-i
er ones. Besides, there Is a full-sized pat
tern for cutting the new, most stylish and
fashionable jacket yet Invented, and named
"A la Militarie." It Is a most desirable
book for the ladies, and should meet great
encouragement from them.-. Selleck & Co.,
corner of Town and High streets, have it
for sale. v ." r ;
Gobkt's Lidt's Boor. April. lf7.; L. A. Godey,
Andrews & Hull, next, door south of the
Postofflce, have laid on our table the April
uumber.jof this Queen of the monthlies.
As usual, it presents a most choice and
varied selection of articles, written by some
of the most talented ..of ; our American
women. . The Illustrations are fine, even
for Godey, who never gives an ordinary
plate. "In the Woods. Is a most delight
lul. little sketch -on steel, i4 The Hoop
Mania, is very funny, knd Is a handsome
wood cut. There is also the usual number
of fashion plates and :. designs, which have
made Godeys the ladies magazine of the
WOrld. !; ; :
Habfkb's New Mokthlt Maoaiine. April. 1867.
. Harper & Brothers. New York,
-From Andrews, &. Hull, also, we have
Harper for April. Its table of contents is
as rich and racy as ever. 'The Dodge Club
continue their travels in .'ItalyV and their
historian describes with Infinite- humor
their trials and adventures. The other ar
ticles are full of interest, and the Editor's
Drawer is filled with as many comicalities
aUSUai.:': ' ' !',':. " '. .
Hai.f:Yeably Abstbact of the Medical Sciew
. CJt3, Vol. X11V. Fniloelpbiat Henry C, Lee.
We have received from the publishers the
last half-yearly number from July to De
cemberof this- truly valuable publication.
To physicians it recommends Itself in a
high degree for its clear, terse style of pre4
senting cases and . new discoveries In the
science of medicine. The number before
us contains r Part i; Practical Medicine,
Pathology and Therapeutics. Part 2. Surgery-
, Part! 3. Midwifery.- Part 4. Materia
Med lea and Therapeutics. There are also
several reviews, blblographical notices, &c.
It Is neatly printed, and while of greatest
service to the student or practitioner of
medicine,' contains much of value and in
terest to the general reader. : '. v ,
' Selleck & Co." have our' thanks for the
April numbers of Godey 's Lady's Book
aud Harper's Magazine. Having above
noted their contents, and spoken in terms
of unqualified. commendation of the excel
lencies of these numbers, we can only refer
our readers td Selleck & Co.'s, corner, of
Town and High streets, for further inform
ation. : "
The Children's Hock. ' A Matraxine for the Little
. Onea. April, 1867. Philadelphia : X, S. Arthur
A aon, 809 and 811 Chestnut -ireet.. .
The April number of this charming mag
azine for boys and girls is on our table,
looking clearer and handsomer than ever,
if that is possible. The table of contents
is rich' with choice stories for the children
from the pens of such writers as 'Mary L:
Clark, Jennie Gaige, Virginia F. Town-
send, phoebe Cary,.Ti S.' Arthur, "Ada M,
Kennicott Mrs.-.M. . O. Johnson, . Olive
Thome, and others of equal merit. It costs
but $125 per annum, and should be in the
hands of every' child old enough to know
good from evil. . :
Franklin County Central Democrat
ic Club. There was a good attendance at
the Club meeting last night. President
Bingham introduced Hon. John Follett, of
Licking county, who 0addressed the Club
in a masterly speech. We are to-day, he
said, fighting the same battle Madison,
Jefferson. Monroe and Jackson fought
Centralization on the one hand ; Confeder
ation on theother. He referred to the op
position always shown by the Democracy
to the centralization schemes of its oppos-
ers, and urged a thorough organization of
the Democratic party as the only means of
rescUlngthe country from Impending ruin.
It was a strong speech, aud at Its close, on
motion of John G. Thompson, the thanks
of the Club were returned to Mr. Follett.
Judge Thurman was called, and enum
erated some of the benefits' resulting from
these Club meetings, and in a few mo
ments' speech exposed the determination
of. the Radicals to override ..all constitu
tional barriers to accomplish their nefari
pus schemes, citing the action of the Set
ate in the . case or Governor Thomas, of
Maryland, as a sample of what they intend
as a means of preserving their majority.
There was great Interest felt In the Judge's
speech, and at Its conclusion, the Qlub ad
journed to meet on the first Tuesday in
April.; .. ;.; V. ": ' .. '
The Salk of Paintings To-morrow.
Taking a quiet stroll yesterday morning,
we dropped into the store No. 1 Gwynne
jblock,' corner of Town and Third streets,
and took a good long look at the pictures
there on exhibition and to-be sold at auc
tion, ' commencing to-morrow .afternoon
and evening at 2 o'clock and at 7, and con
tinuing during the week. The Wine Probe,
a study by Fluggan of Dusseldorf, and affH
ptber, the Wine House in Holland, by Ten-
nlerare two racy sketches, fall of life and
humor, and painted with freedom and
fidelity. Two pictures by L. M.! Spencer,
Reading the Love Xetter and The Ans wer,
iare sprightly, well executed works, and
attract a good deal of attention. Three
btudles.'by Walthers, The Envied Meal,
Near Caught and Three Friends, are charm
ing; the positions of the bays In the two
first are true to the life and very suggest
ive. ' But the finest of the collection is
numbered 85 on the catalogue, and is enti
tled The Waning Year, by P. W. Hume. It
Is a bit of English scenery in the fall of the
year.'- In the center foreground1 stands a
huge oak tree, on the leaves of which the
sunshine falls aslant, giving the frost-tint
ed foliage a look of wondrous beauty. 'Bat
go this morning and' see the collection for
yourselves. Lovers and judges of art, and
jthe ladies particularly, are invited to call.
I The Feyh Steam-Generator. On the
InVitatloh of the inventor,' we paid a visit
to the Columbus Machine Works yesterday
to examine a new tubular boiler called the
the Feyh Steam Generator.' The object
of this invention is to produce a forced and
perfect circulation of the water in steam
boilers and obtain a more rapid and com
plete evaporation, and a sure and effectual
protection for the boiler plates, tubes and
material Interposed between the fire and
The nature of the Improvement consists
In producing a rapid circulation of the
water in Steam Generators by means of
connected tubes of different diameters, to
gether with an inner or. false water back,
so arranged and proportioned that the
larger tubes serve as feeders for the smaller
tubes, in which latter the water , is rapidly
converted into steam, and the steam con
ducted directly into the steam space above
the water level, . r vr ;;1 T 7 : ' " '
.Ampnita. advantages are the cheapness
of its construction, the facility with whlcn
It .can be cleaned and repaired, and its
great saving of Xuel. . It is claimed that it
will generate more steam with 50 per cent.
less luel than any other boiler now in use.
We advise those interested in these mat
ters to call on Messrs. Feyh & Emery, the
patentees, at the Columbus Machine Works
in . Frankhnton, and see the boiler for
themselves,. ...... , .
j - Condition of the County Treasury
i Balances to the credit of the different funds
j in the Treasury of Franklin county, on the
first day of March, 1SG7, as shown by. the
iCounty Auditor's books :
Montgomery township ,
. 1.228 31
. 1.149 98
. 1,252 7i
. 3.191 81
. 1.067 47
. 1.085 SS
. 1.447 69
. 1.167 52
' Prairie . j
.. 2.000 12
..; 1.651 22
.. 3.645 77
I Mifflin . "
. Worthinuton School District...
j Reynoldsburgh "
: Groveport "...
i Westervi le M
Harris burgh ,
! Westemlle Corporation Fund
; Grove City V " ,
'Reynoldsbursh " .
City of Columbus
. 337 63
- 25 17
... 22 89
. 211 28
' OS 09
. 42 00
' 32 88
- 534 61
2,8 1 45
i m m
j Montgomery Township Bounty Fund
Hamilton M - " .
'Jefferson - " .- " .
: Plain - " .
? Mifflin Z'7 : ' " " .,
Clinton : ' '
f baron v M -
:Bleodon " ' "
i Washington ' 44
I Norwich 44
j Franklin ' 4- 44
Brown ! 44 -
(Pleasant 44 ' . 44 '
J City of Columbus 44
Addition to County Infirmary
' rr r.
i Tax Certificates..
j City of Columbus School Fund
: Fines Colleoted
; Teachers' Institute
Ii firmary aud Pauper
! State of Ohio.
Veteran Bounty Fund....
i Military "
Volunteer Relief .....
i Soldien Claims
D. B. STRAIT, County Auditor.
JOS. FALKENBACH, Co. Treas.
! Court of Common. Pleas. The civil
docket was called from No. 83 to 222 In
J elusive. There was but one case tried, Ja
: cobT Buffing against ' Lambkin Lacey ; in
j which the defendant demanded a jury. The
I suit was for the trial of the right of proper-
ty and possession tor a mare replevjned by
j the plaintiff. ; Huffing failed to appear or
! in any other manner to prosecute his 6uit,
'and the defendant demanded a jury to in
quire what damages should be awarded
him. The jury found that the rlght of
: property and of possession was In Lacey,
and awarded him damages to the amount
!of $114.63. . The Court being through the
'day's business, adjourned at about three
o'clock. The other cases set for the day
were either dismissed or continued. The
; docket to be called to-day Is from 225 to
388 Inclusive. -
Transfers Yesterday. The following
transfers of real estate were' left at the
; Recorder's office yesterday :
Margaret McKee to Jeni.ette .W. Resti-
eaux, March 15th, part of lot No. 6, in La
tham's addition to the city of Columbus,
I lor $900.
Augustus Guither et cl. to Chas. Guither,
Jan. 11th, quit-claim to three acres in Mif
flin township, for $500. . ,
Thomas Ingals to James Mossman, March
: 18th, 35 rods of ground in Blendon town
ship, for $30.; l ; k - -
Jacob. H. Shanck to Peter E. Guither,
iFeb. 1, 1859, 65 rods of land and in-lot No.
9, In Slaughter & Tabler's addition to the
town of Westerville, for $265.
j A Presentation. Miss Minerva Flack,
, S. V. T. of Capital City Social Temple, was
presented by her friends of that body, oh
last evening, with a very beautiful regalia
and a., writing, desk, as a. slight testi
monial of their appreciation of her qual
ities as a lady, and her labors for
the benefit of - the Temple. The pre
sentation speech was made by Rev. A. G
Byers in his usual happy and effective
Istyle. The compliment was one well de-
served by the young lady, and the graceful
-manner of their delivery and appropriate
ness of .the presents, conferas much credit
jonthe clonors as pleasure to the 'recipient.
! Fourth Ward Democratic Club . The
Club met on Monday evening, pursuant to
:adjournment,Vice President Geo.Engelke
jln the chair. The minutes of the last meet
jing having been read and approved, on mo
tion Mr. John G. Thompson was invited to
.address the club, which he did in an elo
quent and able speech upon the Issues of
the day. An Executive Committee of five
was appointed for the ' Fourth Ward
Messrs. Dan McAllister, Geo. Engelke, Geo.
IT T nnnr T ( irhAn.rn.nn , T .
appointed such committee. .On motion the
club adjourned to meet at Jacob 1ms' on
Saturday evening next. ; .
i The Markets. There was a good dls
play at the markets yesterday of produce,
though no material change in prices. Po
tatoes sold for $1 to $1.25; apples $1.50
to $1 75; eggs 16 to 18 cents per dozen;
butter 30 cents per lb.; beef 8 to 20 cents,
according to quality; pork 14 to 18 cent?;
fish 8 to 12j cents per lb dressed turkeys
$1.50 to $1.75; dressed chickens 40 cents;
live do. 25 to 30 cents each. The supply
of wood was fair, and demand good at
34.50 per cord.
I A New Prizk. The State Board of Agri
culture at the meeting on Thursday, re
'solved to offer at the next State Fair a new
prize of a gold medal to the person exhibit
ing the best herd of one bull and three
cows, to be bred and owned by the exhibit
or; Herds are generally made up in hap
hazard style, and the prize now offered is
something new in the State Fair premium
Lost his Horse. The following notice
Is said to have been written by a gentle
man from Germany :
: Von night de Oder day, ven I was been
avake in my sleep, I hears someting vat I
tinks vas not ust right in my barn, and I
'ust out ehurups to bed, and runs mit the
barn out, and ven I vas dere coom 1 sees
dat my pig gray iron mare he vas been tied
luse and runs mit the stable off, and ever
who vil him' back bring, I ust so much pay
him as vot bin customary.
Debating Club No. 1. The regular
meeting of Debating Club No. 1, will be
,held to-morrow evening at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms, when the question, Resolved, That
the passage of a Metropolitan Police bill
would benefit Columbus, will be discussed
by gentlemen able to make the debate In
teresting. : Eclipse of the Moon. There was a par
tial eclipse of the moon last night, or rather
this morning, commencing at 2:07, and end
ing at 5:14. Ten digits were eclipsed. We
didn't stay up to see all of It, " tired na
ture's sweet restorer, balmy sleep," advised
us hot to. "
The Equinoxial Storm. The sun cross
es the line to-day, and we may look for the
accompanying storm hourly. As an old
friend of ours used to say. now cornea rh
pbnoxial and old Borax will blow himself
to pieces. Well, let him blow, this is the
first day of spring and spring is the season
Masquerade Ball. Don't forget! Alf.
Jeiliffe's Masquerade Ball at Ambos' Hall
on the 28th. .
j New Spring Cloakings. Just received
at A. C. Headley & Co.'s. v 12-1 w
! The NlcoLSON Pavement Question
We give below .a communication on the
Nicolson pavement question, that each side
may have a hearing, and not because our
opinions that the best is always the cheapest
TUESDAY, March 19th, 1867.
Mr. . Editor : Understanding .. that the
Nicolson pavement question was to be dis
cussed in the chambers of the City Coun
cil last evening, I concluded to look In,
hoping to learn something of its merits
that would dispel all doubts on the subject
from my mind.
Heretofore, I have been inclined to think
it a good thing for large cities with narrow
streets, compactly built upon both sides,
with tenements handsomely remunerative,
but have doubted as to its beintr iustthe
thing, in an economical point of view, for
smaller towns lacking these features. I
wished to -learn whether these doubts were;
well or ill-founded, and ; went, inot ; onlv
open to conviction, but wishing to be con
vinced, it in error. Such was my frame of
mind, but I came away with doubts undi
minished. The reading of the advertising pamphlet
of the Patentee which occupied some fif
teen minutes or more strongly reminded
me of- the liberal promises found In patent
medicine advertisements. To say the least,
it seemed to me an unfortunate-source to
appeal to for reliable information on the
6ubiect. ' 7 ,i ;
There was also another.-thing; which.
sirucK me umavorauiy. a aiiuae to me
unbecoming zeal manifested by & few of the
Council men to force the bill through by a
' suspension of the rules." Why was this ?
Was it that, In the estimation ot these men,
this bill (involviugan expenditure of near
ly one hundred thousand dollars, to be
borne by comparatively a small number of
the citizens ot Columbus) was a 'matter of
too small importance to entitle it to the
time and deliberation prescribed by the
rules of that body? Or was It to; forestall
an expression of opinion on the subject
which they had been 'told was prepared
and being signed by parties immediately
interested? If the latter, does such a
course Indicate a true legislator, seeking to
obey the wishes of the majority, and to
protect the interests of his constituents?
Suppose the Nicholson pavement to be all
that is claimed for it by its warmest friends
is this a sufficient . reason for forcing it
upon a people who do not wish it ?
In this land of liberty, . should not the
parties interested or a majority of them
have the privilege of saying whether
they wish it or not?." An ' article :-inay be
good, and yet for reasons satisfactory to
each individual judging for himself, its
purchase may be declined.'
Is our City Council the agent of the peo
ple, or their master, clothed with power to
pass and enlorce decrees clearly in oppbsf
tiori to the wishes of the majority ? If they
do not "esteem themselves of the latter
class, their acts will show it.
Attention, Irishmen. There wjll be a
meeting held on Thursday evenlngMarch
21st, at the Hall of the Fenian Brotherhood,
West State street, for the purpose of or
ganizing an Independent Irish Military
Company. - All Irishmen are Invited to at
Forty cases new and elegant wall papers,
borders- and. decorations at Randall &
Aston's. Constant additions are made to
their large stock. ' They will be sold at tlfe
lowest cash rates. " mar20-5t
How to Cure Debility. When this
arises from a diseased action of the stom
ach, the occasional use of mild aperients
like Roback's Sugar Coated Blood Pills
are best, followed by the Stomach Bitters
to give tone to the stomach.
Columbus Grays, Attention. There
will be a meeting of the Columbus Grays,
at Hettesheimer Hall, on Friday evening
next, for the purpose of adopting by-laws;
rules and regulations, aud for the election
of officers. Let every member be present
Furniture at Auction. W. R. Kent'
will 'sell, on Thursday, March 21st, com
mencing at 10 o'clock A. M the entire
Parlor, Bed-room, Dining-room, aud Kitch
en Furniture at No. 193 South Third street,
between Rich and Friend. Furniture ready
for inspection on morning of sale. For de
scription see posters. Sale positive, terms
J.G. Beal will sell by auction oh Thurs
day, March 21st, 1867, at the residence of J.
M. Stuarlv No. 40 North- Fourth street,
commencing at 10 o'clock A. M, the entir
lot, of household goods, consisting of Brus
sels and ingrain carpets, lounge, uphol
stered and cane seat chairs, rockers, bu
reaus, bedsteads, mattresses, : stands, win
dow shades. Stewart's cooking and heating
stove, "lady's and -gentleman's' saddle, "fcc J
&c. Terms cash. marl9-d3t
11 -. :'!..
John G, Beal will sell by auction on
Wednesday, March 20th, at No. 1" Gwynne
Block, Town street, commencing at 10
o'clock A. M. three fine brussels and in
grain carpets, marble top center table, up
holstered rockers, chairs and sociable.
dressing bureaus, stands, bedsteads,' fine
secretary, office desk, mattresses,' feather
beds, gilt window shades, pictures, &c.
These goods are mostly new and in prime
order. . ,
Sale positive. Terms cash.
Skating. One of the most healthy sports
of the present age is skating. But too
much care cannot be taken after skating
all the evening getting the blood heated
and the poresall open, that you do not get
cold and lay the foundation of throat and
lung complaints. Coe's Cough Balsam will
be found excellent" in all such cases. We
say, keep it in the house, ready for imme
diate use. , . . p . , .
Coe's Dyspepsia Cure is also one of the
best remedies In the world for Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
and all diseases of the stomach and bowels.
Not Retired. Wm. Wall, undertaker
No. 11 West State street, continues to un
dertake funerals, and is prepared to attend
all orders on the shortest notice, and at
most reasonable terms. All the latest
styles of burial cases will be found at this
establishment, and he solicits a share of
public patronage. marl-dtf
- Work Wanted. The Sisters of the
Good Shepherd, as our readers are aware,
have established a Home, in Franklinton,
for the friendless girls and women. That
these poor ones may not eat the bread of
idleness, and become worse instead of bet
ter, the Sisters require them to do so much
work each day, teaching them to earn their
own living and to be independent. Some
of them have reached a degree of proficien
cy with the needle almost marvelous. Their
great want now is work. They ask our
citizens to furnish them with needle work
of all kinds. Worsted and linen embroid
ery is executed in a manner unsurpassable.
All the work at the Home Is done prompt
ly and well. . Those of our lady or gentle
man readers who need sewing done, are
earnestly entreated to leave their directions
in the Postoffice, addressed to care of box
354. and the Sisters will call for the work
In any portion of the city, or the work may
be left at the Home In Franklinton. Terms
moderate.- : mar!6-dlm
- Orders left at J. Harris & Co.'s Store, No.
36 .North High street, will be attended to
by ": - E. CORNKLISON.'
THE HOUSE OF MEUCT,
FOB PE0DIOAI. B0HS. . . - t .
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, ' PWILA
delphia. Pa., established on the principles of
Christian Charity, for the relief and cure ot MIS
GUIDED YOUNG MEN, who have destroyed their
manly powers by Errors. Abuses and Diseases in
cident to Puberty and early life. Essays, and Ke-
fiorts. with plan of new treatment, sent In sealed
etter envelopes, free of chance Address, ' Dr.' J.
HKrLLIN llOUUHTON, Howard Association,
Philadelphia. Pa. janl4-dfcw3m
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH,
To Ohio Statesman.
BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH.
Debate on Reform Bill in the
House of Commons.
London, March IS Midnight. In
Commons this evening, the Derbv Govern-
jment asked formal leave to .bring in their
Reform bill to-morrow, and d'lsraell ex
plained the features of the proposed bill,
introducing copious statistics to support
the principles on which the bill is grounded.-
Mr. Gladstone made a short speech.
He said he thbught the figures were ab
surd, bnt he would defer all debate od the
Siiestlon". until the till ;came before the
louse.' '.'..' '.''...,', .
Bismark Refuses to Protest.
. Berlin, March 18. It i3 stated Bismark
has refused to protest against the absorp
tion oi A'oianu into the luissian .umpire.
i ' Vienna, March 18.-iAn order has been
sent to America recalling Admiral Tegeth
';off to this country, to take command of the
Adriatic fleet. ' '
The New Hungarian Ministry.
3Pesth-, March 18. The members of the
newly created Hungarian Ministry to-day
took the oath of office in presence of the
Emperor of Austria and the National Diet.
The Emperor's Foreign Policy.
j. Paris, March 19: There was a debate in
the Corps,Legislatif last evening in regard
to foreign affairs, in which Representatives
Thiers and Farone attacked the foreign
policy of the Emperor on the ground
that it favored a ; unity in both
IGermanyand Italy which wa3 hostile to.
ithe interests of France. Minister Rohern
land. Representative Oliver defended the
cause of: the Government.
Further Arrests of Fenians.
; London, March 18 Evening Arrests
of Fenians continue in Ireland. Head Cen
ter Dennis Donovan has been caught at
Cork. General Burke and forty others re
cently captured, have been carried in irons
to Clonwel jail.
FROM NEW YORK.
A Mixed Meeting.
i New York, March 19. The Tribune's
Columbia, S: C, lasfc evening's special says :
One of the most remarkable meetings ever
held in South Carolina took place to-day,
ithe occasion being a celebration : by the
negroes of the passage of the bill enfran
chising the black N race. By Invitation,
General Wade - Hampton, Ex-U. o. Sen
I ator De Saueseur, Edward Arthur, the Hon.
iW. J. Tallery, and Joseph G.- Gibbs, ad-
. dressed the meeting; also the Rev. David
Picket and Beverly Nash, both colored.
Sentiments were expressed highly honor
able to both sides. The negroes are grati-
! fled with the spirit of political affiliation
! with which they have been met, and cit
izensare equally pleased -to find the col
ored men identified with . the true
, Interests of the State. Should a convention
ibe called, the latter will probably nominate
'and support the best men- in the country,
and, as declared ' by Mr. Nash, will urge
Congress to repeal the' disfranchising
clause, which deprives them of the services
of those in Whom they have the greatest
commence. '. ."
' The recent enthusiasm among the Feni
ans in this city has been giving way to
apathy tor the last lew days, put on the re
iceipt of the news from Ireland yesterday
of an interruption In the wires connecting
with the cable, hope was revived among
them, and their belief in a general uprising
on St. Patrick's uay was sanguine.
The Peabody Fund.
The trustees of the Peabody Fund for the
education of children in the south-will
'probably hold a meeting in this city durr
ing tne wees, wnen it is expected Jiir.x'ea'
body will be present to give his views con
distribution of the fund. '.
Obtained a Divorce.
- Robert II. Newell has obtained a decree
of divorce from Adah Isaacs Menken, the
; The nerald's Vera Cruz correspondence
of the 4th Inst, says the work of fortifying
vera Cruz was being pushed rapidly tor
iward. The artillery of the departing corps
! had been shipped and the evacuation would
not last more than six davs longer, iiar
shal Bazaine wa3 expected to leave In a day
or two. On his trip from the interior, lia
zaine, it is said, was robbed of $352,000. The
city of Tucallngo had been recaptured by
i tbe .Liberals.
i The Herald's Queretaro- correspondence
savs: Maximilian in his march from the
'capital has been greatly annoyed by guer
rillas,.and.his winter wardrobe, has. been
i reduced by forced loans to-a. shirt, a pair of
soct8,.and a piece ot soap. ills, objective
' ....... o t J.
-Luis x utuau
The Situation in the South.
i The Herald's 'Southern correspondence
says,:, in- ,ytrgtnia, tne military ruiefias
already been declared -supreme - but the
factof civil law being abolished is,hardly
i apparent. -C .tr
i In Charleston, the'revolntion Is accepted
; with apathy no one except the tfreeutihg
.politicians seeming to takethe matter
' much to heart.. L.S . J- '' 'wUi
! Ir Louisiana, Gen. Sheridan's order post
poning the' New Orleans municlpal electlon
was accepted without disturbance. The
'impeachment "resolutions, relative to Gov.
j Wells; were referred to a special committee
of nine. - ... . . ...,. A
Large Meeting in Selma, Ala.
! Washington, - March 19. ' A dispatch
from Selma, Alan states that the largest
meeting ever witnessed in that city took
place yesterday. - Resolutions-were -unani-
mouslv adopted strongly expressive of
Union ' sentiments, and - recognizing JLthe
right of Congress to prescribe the terms of
reconstruction and readmission ot the se
ceded States into the Union, and therefore
urging that the people of Alabama should
forthwith accept the benefice.nt: terms of
- The Senate has confirmed tbe following
nominations' of Secretaries of Legation:
;Wickham Hoffman of Louisiana, at Paris;
John W. Dix, .of New .York, Assistant
I Secretary at Paris ; H. M. Brent, Secretary
at luima, anu o. .a. uross, secretary at iuo
New York Officers.
' New York, March 19. A Tribune spe
cial says : it is reported on good authority
that both . Collector Smythe and Surveyor
Wakeman are to .be lemoved this week.
Their successors, together with a naval
officer, will be sent to the Senate by next
Saturdav. The collector and naval officer
will be Democrats, aud the surveyor will
be a Radical.
New York Officers. Fortieth Congress---First Session.
WASHINGTON, March 19, 1867.
A number of bills passed by the House
yesterday were received and referred 'to
appropriate committees. :
Mr. SHERMAN called up House joint
resolution, authorizing-the. Secretary of
War to turn over to the managers of the
National Asylum for disabled soldiers bar
: rack's and other Government property at
Camp Chase, Ohio. Passed.
! Mr. HOWARD, from the Military com
mittee reported back without amendment
the -bill to regulate the distribution of
awards tor the capture of Jeff. Davis, and
recommended its passage.
, Mr. POMERO ir introduced a bill amend
atory to the act to aid in the construction
of railroads and telegraph lines, from the
Missouri river to, the Pacific ocean, ap
proved'Jury; 1862, providing that'the road
several companies named,' shall' be so
constructed that when .completed, sbalP in
connection with a branch road to Sioux
GityaSord a continuous rail communica
tion between the Union Pacific railroad
and the head of Lake Superior, which was
referred to the committee on the Pacific
Tailroad. .' '
Mr. COLE introduced a .bill to further
define the qualifications of members of
Congress, which provides that no person
shall be eligible to either house of Congress
who has voluntarily borne arms against the
United States while a citizen thereof, or
who'has voluntarily given aid, countenance,
Counsel or -encouragement to persons en
gaged in" armed. hostility thereto, or who
has sought, or accepted, or. attempted to
exerelse the functions of. any office what
ever, vyader any authority or pretended au
thority, power or constitution within the
United States hostile thereto. Referred to
the Judiciary' committee, and ordered to
' The Supplementary Reconstruction bill
was received from the' House, and, on mo
tion of Mr. TRUMBULL, the Senate insist
ed and agreed on a confersnce committee.
Messrs. Trumbull, Wilson and Buckalew
were appointed a committee on part of the
Senate. ' ' "
i The House resolution to correct an error
In thVenroiied Wool Tariff bili was taken
up and passed. ' -r
, Mr. .WILSON called up the bill directing
the Secretary of War to furnish clothing to
invalid soldiers, and it passed. . ,;
Mr. JOHNSON said he had been request
ed by his colleague, Mr. Thomas, since the
charges were made against him yesterday
to move a reference of his credentials to the
Judiciary committee, that a full. Investiga
tion. might be made. Agreed to without
debate. .'."' '..
'. The Senate then went Into executive ses-'
sion, and after some time spent therein the
doors were re-opened, and '
Mr. TRUMBULL from the conference'
committee on the Supplemental Recon-,.
struction bill, made a : report, which was
agreed to. -,
The Senate proposition that State Com
stitutions shall be ratified by a majority of
votes cast,, provided it shall appear that the
majority of: registered voters voted? on
the question of ratification the following
clause is added : That Congress must be
satisnea mat an registered voters bad an-
opportunity to vote freely and fairly, with-r
out, any iear or interruption, and that the
Constitution meets the approval of the ma
jority of qua'ified voters. Report agreed
to, and the doors were again closed.
After the transaction of further execu--tive
beiiate adjourned. . . ' . .
Mr. BINGHAM Introduced a ioint reso
lution to correct an error In the enrolment
ui iuc ui.iL. ui jass. session increasing ine
duty on wool andoolens. The error was,
an omission in the enrolled hill of ' the
words "Canada long wools," which were
in tne engrossed bill... The joint resolution
.air. uuixiAJM asKea leave to report a
l pint resolution relative to the issue of
Agricultural College scrip, prohibiting the
iurtner , issue or delivery of such scrip to
any state lately in rebellion except Ten
nessee, or the acceptance of such scrip, or
any heretofore issued, until -those States,
are fully restored to their rights as Stater
Mr. BURR objected, but the rules were
suspended, and under the operation of the
previous question tne resolution was
adopted.- .- .
Mr. JUDD, on leave, introduced a bill to
exempt wooden ladders from tax, which,
alter a snort debate, passed. :
The SPEAKER laid before the House
the disagreement of the Senate to the House
amendment to the - Supplemental Recon"
construction bill. i
The House refused to recede, and '
On motion of Mr. WILSON, of Iowa,
insisted and asked for a committee of con
The SPEAKER appointed Messrs. Wil
son, of Iowa. Boutwell and Marshall on the
partot the House. " ' '
IVlr. STEVENS called up his motion to
reconsider the vote by which the bill intro
duced by him on the 11th of March was re
ferred to the committee of the whole House,
being a bill to confiscate all public lands
in lately rebel States,' and confiscate and
condemn all such property belonging to the
belligerent enemy, as Is declared confiscat
ed by the act of July 17, 1862.
Mr. STEVENS proceeded to address the
House at length in support ot the bill. He
had not read more than a few passages of
his speech when it became painfully evl-
aent irom me weaK condition or his health
he could not make : himself heard by the
v . r x i x .
nouse. - lie tnereiore requested Mr. Mo
Pberson, Clerk of the House to read hl3
speech for him, which Mr. Mcpherson
thereupon proceeded to do from the Clerk's
desk. The reading occupied about an hour
ano a quarter.
Mr. CHANDLER obtained the floor, but
yielded to Mr STEVENS, who moved the
bill bJ postponed until the second Tuesday
in December next, which was agreed to.- -
The House went into committee of the
Whole and proceeded to the consideration
of the benate bill appropriating a million
dollars for the relief of the destitute In the
Mr. BUTLER proposed to offer a substl
tute for his substitute oflered last week, by
proviamg-mat me several district com
manders appointed under the act of the 2d
oT March, shall have power to assess and
collect by -military power, ratablv on al
persons within their districts owning more
tnan ibu acres or land, or who have an in
come oi more man $ouu a year, such sum
or sums as such commander mav deem
necessary to relieve the destitution and pau
pensm oi tne w nice people mere. -
The CHAIRMAN informed Mr.' Butler
that he had a right to modify his first sub
stitute by substituting another for it, but
jvir. uutier desiring to have both pending.
wicnarew me latter, wnereupon
Mr. SC11ENCK offered it as an amend
ment to substitute.
Mr. WOODBRIDGE made an eloauen
appeal to the committee in favor of the bill
In conclusion he moved that the committee
rise and report the bill aud amendments to
House. Motion rejected.
. A long debate ensued on the merits of the
bill, but without reaching anv conclusion.
and the committee rose to receive messages
from the Senate. :
A variety of motions to suspend the
rules to get in bills and resolutions were
made and rejected, while the House was
waiting to receive the action of the Senate
on the report of the Conference committee
on the supplementary Reconstruction bill.
rue forrJAiYfcK laid before the House a
message from the Senate, announcing that
it had agrfeed to the report of the Confer
ence committee on supplementary Recon
struction bill. .
Thereupon Mr. WILSON, of Iowa, from
said committee made a similar report, and
after a brief discussion the conference re
port was agreed to, and the bill goes to the
The House then adjourned..
S. N. Pike Nominated for Mayor by
Democrats—Arrival of the Steamer
Cincinnati, March 19 The Democratic
City Convention this morning unanimously
nominated Samuel N. Pike for Mayor.
The steamer Great Republic arrived here
from. Pittsburgh last night, and leaves for
feouthern ports on the 21st. She is being
visited this morning by thousands of people.
Quebec, C. E., March 19. A large body
of seamen belonging to Her Majesty's
steamer Aurora go west immediately to
equip gunboats on the lakes and lo pre
pare them lor service as early as possi
ble. Irishmen in this city celebrated St. Pat
rick's day yesterday by a procession and
church service. The turnout was larger
man lor many years past.
The New Agricultural Building.
Washington, March 19. The new build
ing ot the Department of Agriculture, au
thorized by late act of Congress, will be
erected ia center of Reservation No. 2, oc
cupying space between the Smithsonian
Institute and Washington Monument
grounds. The extreme dimensions of the
building will be one hundred and seventy?
two by sixty-two feet. The style of archi
tecture Is modern.
Arrival of the Moravian—Reported
Murder of Dr. Livingston and Half
Portland, Me., March 19. The steam
ship Moravian, Capt. Arton, from Liver
pool, arrived this alter noon. A report had
reached the English Consul at Zanzebar.
that Dr. Livingston, the celebrated African
explorer, and Jialf his party, had been
murdered by Call'ries. The reports are on
the authority of nine native attendants,
who escaped. The attack was sudden, but
the Doctor had time to overpower those
facing him, but was cut down from behiud
while endeavoring to reload his revolver.
Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
Cairo, March 19. Damages to the Mo
bile fc Ohio railroad are repaired and trains
are running again.
WHY NOT USE THE REST?
OVER TWENTY YEARS' increasing demand
has established the fact that Mathiws Venktiam
Hair Uyb is tbe best in the world. It is the cheap
est, the most reliable, and most convenient. .Com
plete in one bottle. . l)ees not require any previoaa
preparation of the hair. No trouble. Mo crock or
tain. Produces a beautiful black or brown, as pre
ferred. A child can apply it. Always gives satis
faction. Only 75 cents per bottle. Sold everywhere.
A. 1. MATHEWS, Manufacturer. N. Y. .
DEMAS BARNES & CO.. New York. Wholesale
Agents.-. - ..iu-v.'-vi"-'-
1 1 Also, Mathiwh Abkica Baeb, Gloss f or r
ftorin and dressing the Hair. "
Removed from his Old Office
i DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, nea
High street, Columbus, Ohio, hu devoted himsel
or a series of yean to the trea ment of certain pri
rte diseases. He may be consulted at bia offioe
Broadway , near the Exchange liank
Weekly Review of Columbus Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, March 19.
2 403 EqSIolassesperr&m S0&1 60
Oats ter bnshel. . .... .35c
Syrup per gal '$1 war 5Q
Butter Ter t S5c
lari .Byrap. f i a
fiorgbntti . '..TO
Lard per ffcUi!.!'.-!
3 20: Oolooe f 1 40O3 00
Rio Coffee per A-... 38330a
Dried Peh6s; dV .-.'.xSpI
White Beans.3 3 00
Rice, Carolina, per l .16a
15 rooms per dor3 o 3 5s
Hay per ton. 16 00?onA
Fotatoes.J.. . r..ll Wi
Salt in sacks. ........ ..30c
Saltperbbl.: ..2 ee
Soap, box, per t . .lSe
Flour per bl.f 12 00ou n
Beef per wt . $9 W1
Shoulders 1. ;... -12K
! Salt PorK per bbl..'.f21 00
Candles'. taTJw..;'.U .
W ood per Jord. w.-.
1. H bbl. 5 7EiJheese.- ph m.-..,WVo
44 1. kUs..S 50O41 Whisky per gaLi . .$0
White Fish X bbU ci8 75
Cod Fish per ft new 10c
Raains, MR.bx U 15.3 OO
i ;t . - layers t 76ns
' ! Sultan-p -h 3o
Figs per ....-- 30o
Prunes per i....,.-2
Wool Twine-.V ..iOJ5o
S. C. Hame per fc....l9
Herrinz per bbl tli.m
'. Enra rer dDs 1 1 18i'
i Corn ileal per bis... $1-00
Buckwheat Hour per 1 b.6c
'Clover, or be8h.fS 75; Dried Pears.
Flora Sale at i2 oo to $13
$13 50U 08 fer .white. .' -x- .i.--'
i Wmat Scarce. and firm:' No .1 Tied Wester
$2 50; No' .2 'do$2 25; Ko, 1 Milwaukee Club $3 S5, '
No.Sdo $lt)0.-' - " W,f4t...J .
. Vorn Newactrve and foUBpplyat45o; ; . n.K
. OAT8 SelLuBS at 4t.i ..-,.:-;
. Rr-rSales at085e ... .-tz'A il ; i'jut
-HATV-SaJea at $14 Cfl lS0; K-.-.-i fr-'
Bbans Sales at$2 fi03 oo. ,t.:--i.i it
SAiT-Rulea atta 75. delivered, per bbl and
H-WhftiVule ar$-ll53q 6biebbl4a 11 "
; Baslst Nominal. 'o8aled.
Broom Cos 61 oJ- -vi 1 f?iJ?
' Flax SsKn-rSales t W 251 40 per bUsTflj-'1- '"1
I Clovbb Becb-T 758.-- " f:r. -'-,,
i TlMOTHT SEET-rf9 75 -r-jr 1 U
New York Market—March 19.
. COTTON-Thf meTkefis' j teady bnl teot very ae
tive;- sales at 3332io for, fa id d I ing p)aq -Bi- 'J f
; FLOUR Tbe market is 115 betfrr-and wfi4
specalatire inquiry.. Sales at $9 35 19 35 for upp
fine state; $10 75 11 40 for extra state; $11 60 U 25
( for choice do; -$ 35(310 for supeifi e western;
$10 7oll 7for common tojnedinm extra era;
SU 90 1325 fot choice do: $11 3013; 73 for uihoics
jdo; $11 30 13 25 for common tn good shipping brands
'extra round hoop Ohio,-and $12 30 13 15 for trade
brands, the market clortur firm. )a irof rfa flof ft
sshade firmer, with sales at $lt15 00"." v
; RVK FLOUR Is firmer: salesat$750l 10.
! OURNMEAL Is firm at $5 60.
WniSKY-Quiet'and nnchanged:;;1.' .".a:f
' WHEAT Market is 2 3 better, bntles sdtiVe
1 The adrance asked materiallyebecl'B baflne.S;.ra1es
at $2 43 50 for No: 2 Milwaukee, $4 20 for No 3 do.
iand $3 0243 05 for white California..
i RY11-1? firaer; alea Canada ia.' bond at $1 la
-and Western st $1 83. , " ''-. ; ' . ' '
i BARLEY Tends upwards: reles atfiaKaforan-
ada East io bonl.fl 25 for Canada West, and $1 19.
for good rowed state, -', ' ... . ., .... ,
; BARLKY MA LT iu iet. " ' ' .-' ';
cons-i be corn jniirkec iszsjc prttcr; saie? ai
j ' SUAR Steady;' salei of Cn5a kl 10llS'c.'
MOLASSES DuU.. ---. ; -
PETROLEUM Firm: 1617n
Tor crude, a'A .
26427e for refined in bond.
I4(iP4 OniAf fcnrT Rtrnil a.t 30.70r.-
PORK Vhe market is lower and bearr. Salei
at $23 6o24 00 for new mecs. cloripg nx $33 58 regu
lar;- $2222 50 for old jness, f 18 2oi9 for prime, an
$21322 25for prime mess: also, sales new me-s at
$23 o24 50 sellers' and buyers'' option lor March,
Apt n ana way. v , ., . .
. . 11 -. E K Steady at previous price.
: BEE K HA MS Finn. , Sales at f 37'341 00.
! B CO Steady but quiet.- at 10lOXe for
Cumberlard, llo fr shoit ribbed. 12o fcr' short
olear, and 11M for Kaliae. tn
CUT ME ATS Firm. Sales -at 9XS110o fB
boulders", and 12 14Kc for hams. - i.xw
LR1 Stesry. Sles atl2lKc for new.
I BUTTER Unchanged. Sales at 1020o for Ohi
an i 2033vi for State. . ' -
$1 20I 21for mixed in" store; $1 211 32 i . lor da
afloat, and tl 20 fcr yellow Sontnern.
OATS Withont riecided change; saes at 65S6Ta '
for westorn and Il"a. for State. '. ;, J. J
Cleveland Market—March 18.
i 'IXOUR City-made ' XX' spring; from .' T
wheat $13 to 12 60; da do from No. S wheat. 11 So)
12 fto. flountrr-madespr ng Cll 00 11 25; XX red
winter 14 00 15 00; XXX, white winter $16 00
m so. ' :' '
WHEAT-8ales 2car9 l?0i2Mnwiuke spring al
$4 10 per cental; 1 oar do do at $4 08 per eental. - .:
; . CORN Sales 6 cars new. shelled at $1 S3 per
cental: 6 ears do do at $1 64; 3 cars do do at $1 55;
2800 centals do do to arrive on opening of canal par
'igation at $148. ' .. .. i: .- .
-OATS Firm; No.l State held at $1 63 SI 65 per
'cental. , ... . ... , -u '; .
I RYE-Quietat$195'a8 oaper contal.'.'
! ' BARLEY Q uiei; sale I ear rejected at $1 35 pet "
cental: : ' . . - -' -.
! PO RK No. 1 city-packed mess at $23 00; No., .9
mess 22 00) clear $25 oo. .'. . - ..
LAKU City rendered 130 in tierces;- 13X0 in
firkins:' country at 12c. ' " ' .:;
1 SMOKED MEATS Sales 8 near-cured hams at
15c: plain hams at 14c; shoulders at 11c; dried beef
22c; breakfast bacon 15c.
! MESS BEEtr N'6. 1 oity-packei $18 00; extra
:me?s $20. li.-i.i' - -,',; - ;-.:t . mv
; BUTTER Sales choice roll at 2G23c: common
grades nominal. . .,
i CHEESE Quiet, but steady and firm at 14817
i for fair to choice dairy and factory, in round lotjft
I Tr 1 iti r 1 -..1 J e . - 11
W'VGGS-teady at 200:! ' - - V : '
-HKJHW1NES Dull and held nominally at $3 35,
, tax paid: 25e in bond- -i -w. ; ft
! ALCOHOL AN D SPIRITS Alcohol. 9 percent.,
i$4 404 45 ; Cologne Spirits, 88 per cent., $4.65;
i Neutral Proof Spirits $2 432 48. ,':"
1 r-ETROLEUM Continues inactive, but is rather
: firmer at 4243c foe Refined free, car lots. . -
'Cincinnati Plnney iriarket iriarcn 19'
! GOLD 1J4 buying price.' ' 1 "
' EX.CHANUE Firm atpas50cperthouandpre
miuntti buying. s i r-vi.. - :. n.s
! r..,.t -. .-
Cincinnati Market—March 19.
I COTTON -Quiet but unchanged; iniddliof 'up,
I lands at 2838e.- ',.' . ., ;- : '
; FLOUR Firmer. 'and ' Borders' asking-higher'
pricees, bat no advance was established. n Sale' of
trade brands at $1150313 50, and fanoyjat $1 00
1 1 A ftrt .
WHEAT-li'cesarenolTiigheri'1''- " r'
- CORN Advanced 84e, and tbs demand is aeJ
tive. Sales No. 1 ati fo$l ia elevator, and 81o ia
' RVE-Advanced to $1 40145. ; ' '
BARLEY Unchanged. , ' ' . - n
WHISKY Advaoced, to 28o in bond, but". was
generally held at 7c
MESr PORK Opened with no sellers below $23
for city, but closed dull and not saleable at over
$2260. : - ; -if-
BULK MEATS Good demand at ASiaxc.bu.
: are mostly held lo higher. ,
! BACON Held at 8.c. UXc and J3o. ; ' '-
i LA RO Higherj sales at lo for prime city: lit-
tie city to be had below le. .1
1 BUI TER Firm at 2833c for fresh.
CHEESE Steady at 16i17o for Western Re
serve and li?le f r English dairy and factory. 1
; LIASEKD OIL Very dull at $140... s, . K ,vi
EGUS i718o. ;.- ; .... .:.
SEEDS Firm and unchanged.
New York Cattle Market—March 18.
Receipts for the week 6,348 Beeves, 11,569 Sheep
and Lambs, 14.233 Hogs. . . ;. , :,t
The IForiitays: -
There were about 1,850 Cattle in martet this A,
M.. comprisinga number of good to prime Steers of
88cwt. The demand for good te prime Beeves
was fair, and for best Cattle a shad better prices
: were obtained than last week, bnt the market was
dull for ordinary to medium. Sales blow, and not
more than half the Cattle disposed of at noon, and
rales after noon show a reaction of nearly 0. AU
tbi gs considered, the market is not so cood lor
sellers as last Monday. Among the best Cattle ia
market were 45 Illinois Steers, the lot averaging
i owt., and run out strong. 17c average. We saw
no Cattle selling for more than 17c, and none are
reported below 13c. Generally; good Steers sold at
Quotations Extras, 1717Ko: pr'me, UOIT
good, 15JlGc; medium, !415Jc; po rto piedi
um, 13X ?ji4Xo; bulk; 15 180; average. 15Xe
choicest, 17 ic: worst, 13 13Kc. ' 1 , 1
Arrangements are now made for selling Cattle sit
, three market places en Thursday, Friday and Saw
urdar. It will tend to destroy the life of trade sad'
divide competition; Next Thursday will witness
tbe inauguration of the market at Communipaw.
How many Cattle are to arrive there is not definite
ly known. Rumor puts the pnmber at . l,200.m
-Wednesday is the principal market day at Hudson
City, where will be offered not less than 1,600 on that
day, with not far from 1,800 Thursdsy. One Hun
drrdth street will also be blessed with a fairsupply
Thursday aod Friday. Heuce butchers have not
purchased more than enough for immediate use, and
the market closes very dulU with a few remnants of
drores unsold. - -
SHEEP To-day the market is neariy bare of
stock. Good Sheep are in demand at SJ.tfrS&ci
common to medium. 89c. Sales at Sixth streets
3,045; average, 8 40 per bead." At Hudson CityJ
r rn-k x x9 xt M rm 1 . . x . x .
x,ov-i, at. aTerns-e 01 zo per neaa.- Al vommunw
paw. 2.795. at 88c per lb. ; ; ,
Baltimore Cattle Market—March 14.
BEEF CATTLE The offerings at the Scales;
during the past week amounted to 934 bead, against
1,238 last week. Of the number oflered, 625 head
came from Ohio and 230 -from Chicago, over the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad? 30 from. Pittsburgh!
and 30 from Pennsylvania, overthe Northern Cen
tral railroad, 38 from Marylan - on foot, with 75 left
over fro last week.' Besides the above there were
ottered tor sale some 208 bead, which' had (topped
and rested en route lor Philadelphia and New V ork.
Of the receipts 225 head wero sent to New York 110
to Washington, 30 left over unsold, and the Valance'
taVen by Baltimore botcher. 'IVices to-day ranged '
as follows: Scalawags and old Cows at $4 75 5 50y
common Cattle $6 757 25; fair to pood i 7 5f8 i!5.
and rritue $ 258 75, with a few heavy pri,;e Cat
tle at $9 per 100 lbs. Tho market dosed firm. " '
SllkEF The supply during the week has been'
rather limited, and prices ranged from 7 to 8 cents;
per In btoss. cloMi.-g firm. .
, HOGS Supply moderate this week, and prices'
advanced ?;,c per lb on the rates of last week;'
sales at $10 75 oil 60 per 100 lbs net. . - i' i.l
Buffalo Cattle Market—March 18.
BEEF CATTLB Larger ceipts of superior CaU1
tie have been received from ihe West. The mar
ket is active, and large sales were effected at an ad
vance of 4c on last wtekB rates; Extra, quality.
$1416 00; fatand heavy Oxen and Steers, $8 25
9 00; good, $1114 TO; fat tlattle and Steer?, $7 25'
8 fO; fair. $ 6011 00; Cos and Beilers, $5 25'
20. Receipts 3,314 headt shipped, 1.920 bead.' -. I
i SHEEP Tbe market , is ruling more lively, and
Wi th & t r d .it. anil And n n mA vilnM iif a m n - 1
grsdes. Receipts arc of more thsn average good
quality. Heavy long woo)ed,$6508 00; fine wool-
ed Western $5 6C7 80. - lieceipts 20Q bead; shipw
tterjts. 193 head. , : -i..,,.. .. , ..: ,, , , , ,
HOGS The markeHsvery dull at present lias-1
inew is chiefly confined to shipments. The receipts1
are large, and principally light and ordinary stock,
and are quoted at, $7 40 pee cwt ; Prime heavyT
would bnnc from, $8 8 25 if in the market. Re-,
ceipts, 3,450 headi shipped, 2,100head. ; , '
N. Y. Dry Goods Market—March 18.
I "In Cotton goods the market is rather quiet, owing'
to the great snow Urm and celebrating St. Pat-
rick's Day, but prices are steady, end there is a fair
inquiry for staple fabrics, which aie found to be:
low. Standard Sheetings are steady at 2121)tfc.
and seconds at 20c. Print cloths are held with more'
firmness, j Woolens of desirable makes are in fair,
request at fair prices, but low grades still move
Slowly, at unprofitable prices.