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, . - - v. f MeteobologicaIt Table . preparer! and corrected by W. J. Savage, Jeweler, 83 South Ilih street. - . ".; ; : ,.: - .TCB8DAT, April 18, 1867. O'clock. . Barometer. Thermnmoter, 1 A. M. 29.03 5 t M. ... .....'.., ; . 28 FT - - r 64.'';' P. 11 .." 18 80 " 65 - ' : , H M II M ' San Rises..'. .5 S Sun Sets. ...... -.6 37 Central Club Democratic . Meeting. f The Club met at Thurmaii ITail, oa Tues day evening; AdHI 9th. and adjourned to meet asraln on next Saturday evenlnjr, 13tri Inst.;' lion. FranklH. .Ilurd, Hon. Thosi Beer, Hon. Tl J. Godfrey and others will address the meeting. - Let there be a lull 3 turn out bt the Democracy. .. .; , E. F. BINGHAM, President. Meeting ov the Democratic State Ex kcutive f Committee. The Democratic .State Executive Committee,' together with the candidate?, will meet at Thurman Hal .pii Thursday evening, ; April llth, at 74 JNO. G. THOHPSON, Chairman. Ftfth "War Democratic Club. There , will be a meeting of the Fifth Ward Demo cratic Club at the Probate Court Kooraon Saturday evening; next, April 13th. Good speaking may be expected. - ' Columbus Grays, There will be a meet 'ing of the Columbus Grays at HetXe- ibimer'i ,11111 on Friday evening. 1 Every member is expected to be on hand. VTJjfi xp .Crnr jYestebdatS, D. Harris, Esq., editor of the Ohio Farmerx was in the ?ity; yesterday. r A, jrr.'-l "H 1 y: Could not; Agree. The Jury In the case of Crawford y. The City of Columbus were finable to agree, and were discharged, yes terday morning. . , ".?'" ' ' "t ' . .. 1- A",. Discharges. G,- C; 1 Woolford charged . with stealing. an adze from BV Edgar, was on yesterday honorably; ' discharged " by Squire Gulick. L : ; t' Meeting of the Assessors. -The vari- us township and ward Assessors of this county met In the Auditor's office on yes terdayyand received their Instructions "and blanks. ? They will commence work imme diately ; so look out. 5 Debating -Civ No J. The f regular -weekly meeting of Debating Club No. 1, Is to-night" at the rooms of the Y. M. Cf A. The question for debate 13 in regard to ex tending' the right "of suffrage to women Tiiat there ,will be a , full attendance we make no doubt. ' " 5 ' H " Cheap Clothing. By reference to our advertising columns, it will be seen that XouL Kaho, at No. 216 North High street, proposes to '.sell ready made clothing ten 'per cent, cheaper than ic can be bought elsewhere inf the city. '.We know Loui3 will give you great bargains, and-you will nd it to your interest to call on him; Death of Sallie St. Clair. The tele jjraph yesterday announced the death, of Sallie St. Clair, the wife of Charles M. Barras, author of the Bfack Crook. It was announced and expected that Mr. Bar ras would superintend the production of his great sensation in this city, but he was recalled by the intelligence of the sickness of, his wife, and barely ; reached home in time to see her die. . i - ' " I Fret. Douglass. This Radical leader, it will be seen by the advertisement, will lec ture at Naughton Hall on Saturday even ing next. ' Subject Assassination and its Liessons. - Tickets lilty cents. We have a sort of quasi admiration for Fred. Douglass. He labors for what he conceives t be the elevation of his race, while every one of his white associates are working for , the degradation of theirs. -: f H i 3 ; v ' : Thbt Spring Races.-We have" already mentioned the name3 of the ... horses an-' nounced as to be, present t the spring meeting of the. Qlehtangy Park Associa tion, but have not heard what our citizens 'design subscribing to assist in making up !the purses. It is not to be supposed that a ew men' will bear the entire expense while the benefit goes to the city at large. ' Come; jpu hotel-keepers and store-keepers, make up at least one purse to be run for. ' . i,. .s v- '" ; . V.' A. Pitiable Sight. To see a man chained to the car of the demon '' Strong Drink w is enough to make angels .weep., To see an Intellect that can move thousands brought down to drlviling idiocy, is a horrible sight ; but how much more terrible is it to see a woman drunk 1 The Eisteru papers but lately, talked of the increase of intoxica tion of females in their cities, and we fear the contagion is moving Westward. We have seen within the past week not less than our womeiiiladies" in'station and.appear anee,under the luluence f tther' tea or coffee, wending their devious ways along phe streets, the remark of " street-iieorner loafers, and the disgust or pity of right minded men and women. , . The Fire Yesterday Morning. There could be no correct hypothesis formed from the many stories circulating as to the ori gin of the fire in the Ohio Furniture Com pany's factory at the foot of Mound street, yesterday morning One man declares it originated from' a rtove; another that that as there was no fire in the lower portion oi . the building, and the conflagration originat ing there, it must certaiuly have been the work .of an Incendiary; and a third scout iug both theories, declares it causrht from some one lighting a lamp and throwing the unextinguished match on the Jloor. One ing.before closing up for the night, and de clares it was air right 'then. However it "may have originated, it is a very Berious blow to the proprietors and workmen, some of whom lose all their tools and are thrown out of work right In the busy season. The Joss to. the company is estimated at $30,000, ol which $18,000 is insured, as follows : In the Putman Insurance of Hartford, $1 500; Springtield (Mass.) Fire Insurance Com pany, $4.600 ; Home, of New Haven, $4,500, and the Hartford, $4 500. Black Crook: To-Night. There has been nothing t-qual to the sensation which the announcement of the production of the -gorgeous spectacle of "The Black Crook" has created in ourcity. It pervades all cir cles from the highest to the lowest, and if its representation were delayed a week longer, some of our young ladies would hurst their corset strings with curiosity. "We have been fortunato enough to see some of the scenery and properties pre pared for the "Black Crook,n and can promise our readers that they will see some jof the most brilliant and effective displays of scenic art they have ever witnessed, sur passing even the bright dreams of fairy land their childhood Indulged In. In New York the Black Crook n claims as much care in dressing as does the Opera, and Black Crook hats, Black Crook gloves and Tiiark Crook cravats are the raze. To-night we expect to see the most brilliant assem blage ever convened In the walls of the Opera House to attend the lnital perform -anre of this jrreat sensation. There be those who Bay it will cot be near as rich in scenic effect as in the East. . This is a mistake. Every portion of the armor, every bit of the scenery, every one oi ine aressesare the exact duplicate of those in use at Nib lo's Garden, and we will have the Black Crook" In all its glory, equal to the New York production. , . BOOK NOTICES. I , - Black Rhkkp.A. norel. Ky Edmund Yates, an- thor of "Land at Last.' "Broken to Harnes," io , Ao. rcr A Brothers. .. , , new lork: Uir To Messrs. Andrews & Hull our thanks are due for a copy of. this new and inter esting novel by Edmund Yates. Having had no more than just time enough to kim over it, as yet, we cannot, of course, comment on its plot. The dialogue, how ever, i3 perfect. We have read Yates "Land at Last," to which the work before us is said to be superior, and are of the opinion that he is the only rival Charles Dickens has ever had. His works are orig inal, and not imitations ; he is a close ob server and is full of humor and never al lows the interest of his story to flag for an Instant. In these days of sensational "Yal ler Kivered," a novel from the pen of Ed mund Yates, will prove a treat to the edu cated reader. : ? - ? ;. ?, f f Grttmbl ' and Cheery. A story for children Philadelphia; Dana, Porter A Co. Andrews fc Hull deserve the thanks ol all the children In Columbus for bringing them this little volume of fairy? stories, and every one calculated to convey a good lesson. In .the story .of Grnmble and Cheery they are taught that to the light heart everything is bright' and all , goes well with them while the grumbler finds every load made heavier by his discontent. Terrible Accident A Xadt Crushed to" Death Under tee Cars. Yesterday morning just as the 11:10 Express on tht Cleveland railroad was starting up In the depot, a lady named Mrs. M M. Green, and who proved to "be the' wife of Major Green, just ordered to Pope's army, rushed out from the dining room and attempted to get on the moving .cars. Missing her footing she fell between the steps and was drawn under the cars. Tne forward trucks passed oyer her, severing her hand entirely from the wrist, and breaking all the ribs on her left side.' The break rod attached : to the rear truck caught her clothing, and she was dragged ' perhaps a car's length before the train could be stopped and 6he extri cated. There was found to be a laree hole broken into the skull at the center and top. which killed her,' she living but a very few moments after being taken out. Her last home was at Macon, Ga., and she was on her Way to Philadelphia, where she has friends living. Her husband it is thought has not yet left Louisville, from whence he sent his wife preparatory to taking his de parture for the far West. She had $550 sewed up in a portion of her corsetts. Two ladles who came up with her from Cincin nati recognized her and gave important nfornation, so that news of the sad calam ty can be sent to her husband In the event of his having left Louisville. Mrs. Green was a lady &of perhaps 35 years 'of age. ane aesignea going to Pittsburgh over the Panhandle route, land, left the cars to purchase a few cakes. While in the dining room she heard the Cleveland train starting, as we have said, supposed it to be the one on which, she had taken paesaur, and in her h'irry and excitement met her death. ' ' Police Court. Yesterday, so wet and drearyj from our couch, half waked and weary, to the Police Court where we oft had been before, straight we wandered lunting items, items that should please our readers we could find within that door. But the stillness did confound us, so deep. profound it reigned ar5und us. There were ghosts of " vags " most frisky, va?s " who Ivedon llghtnfng whisky and to the 'boose bad long gone o'er, and the stillness all around us for a moment did confound us, as we stepped upon the 'floor, thrilled us filled us with fantastic terrors seldom felt before, so that now, to still the beating of on r heart, we stood repeating verses that we'd learned before, learned when but a hunky baby, verses sayintr, "Now I lay me," ere we waked our little snore. Sud denly we heard a tapping, tapping, as if someone rapping on the desk that's just before you as you enter to this temple through 'the door. "Thunder," said we, " thunderation ! In the name of all crea tion, what can be the occasion of that racket at the desk ? Is it possible the spirits make our heart jump in our breast?" As we ' thought of every caper spirits play, down dropped a pap jr we had hot noticed there before, and our fear split all to rib bons as a voice cried, Well, old Spivens, why in thunder don't you shut the door?" There the Mayor sat and the Mashal, wh ) deal justice most impartial, and a grin upon their faces as they told us of two cases, only these and nothing more. Gerald Still was not still ; he was disor derly, and, in company with James Donald son, was charged with kicking up a bit of a bobbery. The Miyor fined them $5.00 each and costs, and in default they were committed. . , . . ! What are the Ladies Coming To? During our daily peregrinatious around the city we could not fail to perceive the extreme youth and beauty displayed by our ladies, and feeling somewhat surprised at the sudden metamorphoses, we involun tarily halted at a gas post and took a com manding "posisb," in order to ascertain the cause, if any. or endeavor to realize that what we thought we 6aw was not a dream. We did not wait long until we discovered that the whole hallucination was centered and vested in short dresses, nicely pointed and tucked up similar to those worn by young misses attending school. For awhile we thought we must certainly be in error, but like magic, came an old lady friend of ours (whom we know to be over fitty) who, with outstretched hand, asked how we were. We were astonished dumbfounded and looked at the lady's lace, then at her feet beg pardon, we mean dress, aud after a careful survey of her out lines and feeling satisfied that it was her voice, we subsided, wilted and gaspingly said, "How are you and your family?" We fainted immediately and did not hear the lady's reply. We have now only to ask, how are we men to know young girls from old ladies, unless we have been ac quainted with them In childhood? Filed Yesterday. There were filed at the office of, the Secretary of State yester day the certificates of incorporation of the following companies : Of the Piouear Thett and Burglar Insur ance Company, of Sidney, O, organized for the purpose of insuring against Io-s t)f goods, fcc., against loss by tbelt and bur glary. Capitil $100,000, in shares of $20 each. Principal office to be located at Sidney, Shelby county. Jesse McVay, II. W. Neal, N. 11. Wy man, C. W. Vandegrlft, S. Alex. Leckey, II. O. Roberts, D. W. Stocktill and James Johnston are the cor porators. - Ot the Newburgh Homestead and Loan Association, located in Cuyahoga county Capital stock $150,000, in shares of $200 each. James Loveday, Moses Fish, J..D. Jones, Calvin Pierce, Noah Rothwell, Mor gan M. Jones and S. M. Coely are the cor porators. " ' The Seventh "Ward Judges The Jour nal of Tuesday contained an article throw ing a reflection on the honesty of the Judges of election In the Seventh Ward, that can not be passed over silently. Without di rectly charging that these gentlemen were engaged In fraudulently withholding votes from the balloWbox, it meanly insinuates that that was the case. The fact3 are, that a great number of persons were challenged on Monday, and when the name of a chal lenged voter was called out, the clerks made the entrjTof the name, even when the vote was rejected. TKANFEHRED-.YK3TUliAX The follow ing transfers of real estate were left at the Kecorder's office yesterday : T. R. Carpenter and wile,. S V. R. Car penter and wife, T. W. Carpenter and wife; and John S. Gard and wife to John Short and David Price, Feb. 20th, the south half of 40 acres of land in Clinton township, for $100. ; ' ; John Rader and. wife to Jacob Harris, April 8th, lot No. 22 in John Rafter's addU tlon to the city of Columbus,-for $323. Charles Pontius and wife to Phillip Pon tius, March 28th, 50 acres of land -in Madi son townshfpjforS.OOO. f ' ; -V'; Charles Pontiu3 atid wife d Phillip Pon tlns, March1 23th, Co "62-10') acres of laud in Madison township, for $3,300. Fanny F. Sperry to R. VOiielApril 10th lots Nos. 5 and 6 of subdivision of lots' Nos. 776 and77r as platted by Uriah Lath rop, for $2,500.r penry Rodger and J. M. Evans and wife to Charles W. Rice, April 8th, out-lots JXos 37 and 33 in the northwest addition to the city of Columbus, for $1,600.' v Heeroninuis Schwunsberger and wife and"? Michael Fisher to . Nathaniel'Merlon April 6th, JO acres ot land in-Montgomery township, for $1,700. i F. A. Brodbeck and wife to John . G Phieffer. April 10th,..lot No. 13 -in Capital University sub-division of out-lots NosJ 44 and' 45, for $1,500. " : ; - i 'Albert.Grace and, wife to Thoa. M. Arm strong, May llth, 1863 2 acres of land in Norwich townsliip,for $225.;-, .-I - i j iMonroe Blake and wife to William Clark. Ftb. 15th; Tots Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the vil- lage of Wester v Me, 'and 'one' block in. said village, for $2,000., . - , ) Win Domigan, Sheriff, to John Town- send,! April 10th, 31 acres of land in Truro township, for $3,131.1 i ; ; Thomas .Niswender and wife to Jesse Baughman, April lOch, 50, acres of laud in Mifflin' township,- for $3,200. , t . " j t s .-. " i National States' Fair: J6hn M. Kin ney, of this city, is at present in Pitts burgh, negotiating and . arranging for a great Union States' Fair, to be held in Pittsburgh, for six days, in July, 1867. That he is just the man to arrange a mon ster affair of this kind, every one of our citizens who know Mr. Kinney and who does not will bear witness. The Pitts burgh Post says, in regard to' this matter : ( Mrl John M. Kinney, is at present in our city, with a view towards making arrange ments for agrand National States' Fair, in which all the States in the Union are to be represented, which is to be holden during the week including the Fourth of July, ap proaching. This exhibition is proposed to be gotten up on a most stupendous scale, ana it Is to be hoped will far outvie any Attempt of a similar character seen in our city lor many' years. ; Mr. K. is a gentle man of lare experience in matters of this kind, and proposes in the present instance to use his highest endeavors to make the fair an "immense success. ..-Twenty per centum bt the gross receipts ol the fair will bi given intQ the hands ot theSoldiers' Monument Committee, to be devoted to the proposed Soldiers'-and Sailors' Monument in Pittsburgh. Circulars will be issued in a few 'days" settingforth the platr of the fair, and it is hoped that our citizens will give the'enter prise their hearty support. 7 1 ' J Indications of Spring. There are many indications that bur citizens," despite the weather are Arm in: the belief that Spring is here. We suppose-nothing could shake them' from this 'faith: Gardens are", being made, shrubbery is being set out and trees trimmed. .Here, some enterprising burgher is engaged'ln whitewashing his fences and outhouses; there, another is putting up a summer kitchen, ready lor the use of the "women-folks," when the hot spell comes on. In different parts, painting of houses Is going on, giving them a renewed and in viting appearance. Almost every variety of taste is displayed in the selection of col ors. We noticed one house painted green with red window frames and a blue door, enlivened with yellow pannels. "There's no accounting for taste, as the old woman said when she kissed the cow." Lloyd's Minstrels. Considering the night, Lloyd's Minstrels have every reason to consider the large turn out, last night, as the highest compliment our citizents could pay them. No ordinary troupe could have called together so many people on so loul a nignt. The singing was not so good as on their previous visit. We missed the sweet tones of Jackson, and the deep,sweet tones oi Ainsley Scotland the cheery face of John ny Booker, but the performance was about the ordinary grade as it was. "Little Bare foot" is an attractive song, and was finely rendered. The funniest thing of the even ing was Cal. Wagner's trained elephant. It reached the height ot the ridiculous. The dances were far above the average, and met a hearty encore. The troupe go hence to Zanesville, and we commend them to the dwellers of that burg, as being the best troupe they have seen lately. The Reason Why. D. W. Brooks, Esq sends in the follow ing note explanatory of the reason why he had no tickets at the Third Ward polls, on Monday last. There was no desire on our part to do Mr. Brooks injustice. We gave the tacts as they ap peared to us, as he himself found them, and had no Idea but that the candidate himself would see that all preparations had been made to win the fight. If the City Execu tive Committee were derelict in their duty, they alone should receive the blame : Editor Statesman: In your. Issue of Tuesday you say, "In the First and Third Wards the candidates did not take interest enough in the election tohave.printed tick ets at the polls." The duty of providing the ballots at the polls belongs to the City Executive Committee, and I supposed they would attend to it, or, so far as I am con cerned, I should have had my own tickets prepared. Up to election day, I thought, of course, the Executive Committee would have everything iu readiness. DAVID W. BROOKS. Arrivals at the Penitentiary. Three prisoners arrived at the Penitentiary yes terday. From Monroe county John Ilart, burglary, two years. From Lorain county flyman McMannus, burglary, one year. From Huron county James H. Waring, burglary and grand larceny, two years. in.i.iAi;itv. Miss Zimmer's Reception. 178 South High Street. Having returned from New York with an assortment ot Ladies' Hats and Bon nets ol the latest Parisian styles, purchased direct Irom the importers, as well as a stock of imported Laces, Millinery Goods, Fancy Articles, &c &c, I shall be pleased to receive my friends and customers at my rooms, 178 South High street, on Saturday, April 13, 1867. aprll-3t Household Furniture at auction, by Turney & Simon, ou Friday, April 12th, at 10 o'clock A. M., at No. 333 Oak street. A fine lot of Furniture. Sale positive. Terms cash: V. R. Glazier, aprll-d 2t Salesman. Sociable. A sociable will be given by the Young Peoples' Circle in the vestry ol the Universalist Church, on Third street, Thursday evening, April llth. Admit tance free. Lunch, coffee, ice cream and other delicacies for sale. A general in vitation is extended. aprl0-2t Cloakings. A new lot of Opera and fancy Cloakings' just received at A. C. Headley & Co'a. april6-dlw Piano Tuning-. Orders left at J. Harris & Co.'s Store, No. 36 North High street, will be attended to by E Coknelison. . Oct27-tf LIST OF LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for at the Columbus Post- Remaining Uncalled for at the Columbus Post-office, April 10, 1867. A Antoni C Allison C V Anderson F Mrs Arnold J U Annear John Allen Lucy 3 Adams Chas E Allen John li B Bos well MV Heattv Mia E Bell Miss Carri K iwman Fred'k Bo wen Daniel W BanorottMraUN Homtner Henry Buchinn Mrs J Baker .Iimu Broederick John Betbell John Branch John FT Butcher Mra N Burns Miss M K Bennett Midi M Brennan Mark liarnett Miss il Hradbury N B t rlr I'astOD. Briston V 11 iteveriy r-aim Brelsford W F, C Beverly Oaton Brown Stephen A Collin f!harTe Uounimfnr Col omfort Dan C iff nun Mra A Cnhacen MissE JUo es Goe W CrawfordMisaBAChildera J li ;haen.v John 2 Celiee f Crawford Wm C Hotton L t.ook M . Cofhins Saml R Cole T CrottaVVm 1 Hearing AM Davis Chas S D avail f.90 Deahl i) Davis ( W (2) - I nvis Mrs H Dam J W (2) Dealer Miss J E Evan Miss A1 Eakin Mrs Ella Deniek Chas ' Dickinson Mies ' E Li Davis Wm M Earley J W , V.ir&no Tkm KnlandWissM2 Elliott Miss M Evans Thos Evans W II Flaton A F mam D TI Flaniiran Miss E Fry F Fitzserald F Farley John FiskonMissM(2)Fnchear Walker -(i Gordon MUs C Gathrie Chas Oallikir Miss C Galliher Miai C Groal Mrs F E ! i Gra miller O. GaeisGeo GueirGeo Gleisner ' Miss T Graves Til - It HarveyDominick Heston D C Haley Dennis Head MinsLiecie HornMissEllenMUarmOn G B Howardtlamilton Hard A Hand Y Houster Heits J S (2) Huffman Miss J HaniesJos Hoffman Kev JO H -rn Martha HassartMrs M E HandronMiss M Herring P V Haddleson Mrs S HarH?er Sarah Ham Thos Hucy Thos . Hendersou Wm . ; , .: i --s Ivens Wm Col James Mrs Ellen Johnson Mrs M Jones Mrs Sarah Jones K A )2) Joues Chas Jones Mrs Ana Jones David Jones Wm Keeley Amery Kahn Miss E Klapo Jerry Kinnell John Kohl Lewis Keller Miss M Kinsell MiosMA Keath M E Knoulton R E Kelly W H U J ekson Mrs S V Jones James (S) Jones J W ' Jones HE Keath J A Kenned John Krain Mis M Kirk Philip , IafertyAnn Lytle Mrs Ester LiytonJastf Little B F Laws James Loyd John Loomi C O (2) Leech James Leron S M. MorgwMrsD Milbonry Mrs D Miller Frank MooreGeorreA Marry Geo Mitchell H Morrosay Joon Marry Jos W MitchelJohn Mohr-John A Myers Jas Madden Miss M MackleneldMrs MMeolor iVick ' Mear Fat Marshall W W . -. . me 4 - ; McColough A McLean I3J: McCallery J J (2) McManus John McKain T'ieMcGuffee Miss M McLaueblin Moll McColoukMss McCaffee Miss M McDonald J C M McDouald MissC N Nelson Miss A fleas J V O'Leary Miss B Piaack Daniei Prentice L G Rice Ja H Norris Miss Jane Naman James K elson Miss M E Noble John o O'Neal Mike Prens Henry Parsons Isa&o Powers M. Purdy M Reed John H RossL5f RuthdolfMLre)Rutnnr L Konerts u Robinson MrsLARelfid d W B Ra? W W Rickets Wm U Rogers li C Renals Miss KateRrriel Mrs Geo Rent J J . liockwell B-lle Robititon R.chardson G M Ramon Jos M .' Sm:ck C Stoward Mrs E Snyder GW Sbepard Chas Ftailey Miss L" S ire Miss Lizze Spann Mi?s E Stebbins Henry Startsmnn H D SignorJohnJ SharpeJnoH Soanlonjno SiblerJoC ' Smart Robt M Scott R W Shon Wm D ' Smith Jno L ' Smith Chas W ' X Tuft Miss Addio Taber Chas To id Jas E Th..mas Jo- Trimmer Nath'n 3Tylor li W C' ' Uellse Henry V Williamson A W "Wood Mrs C A Sims Jackson SaileJno Su?lin Jos Sorese Wm Smith A R J Trout Mr Tavlor Mrs E J Taft Mary Tracy Pat Wilson AnnaB Wade C C Wilcox Geo Wearer Henry Wernijj Jos R WiUon (SallieS WilliamiG While R Ward KateU Wearer E W Walcu; Geo W vraan H Wryn Jno Weaver Jno Weiser Saml Wo ttS.llie Wisrzins Jarae J 2 Whaline W J Williams W W White Wm C White A J W hite Geo V. Young D -. Z. Zink C F ' - ' Registered. McUrdy H H . . miscellaneous. Hsrrd & Ryan Baldwin E J & Co Babot S R A Son Fuerst C fe H Mooney & Warner Simmons, Campbell & Co JULIUS J. WOOD, P. M. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Wednesday, April 10, 1867. UNITED STATES HOTEL. H Freeman, Bedford, O; J M Wills. Galena, O: D M Hayden. City; WB Nimons. Mansfield, O; J B Piice, Circieville, O; S D HarrK Cleveland. O: C B Conan, Canal Winchester, O; F W Reniek, south bloomfield O; Dill Wisrand. South Bloomfield, O; L S Gucrin, Groveport. O; Jas Seymore. Groveport. O; W Chandler.Groveport, O; S T Robjnson, Grove port, U; UJ lopkey. Athens. U; (Jummins. N Albany. O; W G Allyne. Westery,!:- O: S Tippet Groveport, O: W Winslow, Lickine co. O; G H C Taylor. Zanesville, O; W U Terry, Zanesville, O: J Plum. Lockbourne, U; OR Bacon, W ester vi le, O; J Mills and three ladies. West Jefferson. 0:J L Diok ky. Blendon, O: J Coleman and two ladies, Newark, u; a u rsiue na wite, tiomer, u; uu i lpton. liar risbnrsr. O: Chas Pontiu. Groveoorr. O: Dr J S Gard and wife, Urban. O; D Gififord, I Lancaster, O; Miss Lyon and sister, Marti nsbure. O: H A Scovill and sister, Pickawry co. O; F Cash, Jersey, O; Wm Kowe, Liockbpurne, U; w asn iiees, Hamilton tp. NEIL HOUSE. John Ouinbv. Milwaukee: Jehn W Onincev and lady, New York; Mr and Mrs J T Burr. Boston: J L Tice. New York; George P Gilman, Omaha; S Mar- kewitz, INew loik; Janes M crown, Massillon, O; Georze Purser. Jr.. Pittsburgh. Pa.: R M. -mart. Columbus: A G Williard. Indianapolis; E H Hebe- kerand wifo, ;ovirgion. Ind.; JN Lacy, (Jtnoinnati: Peter Lenk. Toledo: J J Ouinn. Cincinnati: J H Dolman, Cleveland; Wm McVary, Rochester; JB hchrojer, (Jmoinnati; John Matthews, Kochester; J II Richter, Cincinnati; A F Thornton, Cleve and Augustus Bloek, Baltimore; Charles Williams, Cin cinnati; B L H Dobbs, Pittsburgh; W G Case, Col umb a. Pa.: W J Dill. Sanduskv: Matthew Lvnon. Circieville: F A .Tonss and lady, Toledo; H L Thom as. Springfield; GB Hollister and son, Cincinnati; Mrs Fish and daughter. Maryland; Mrs A Lloyd and son. New York; James R Warner, London: J P isacKester ano wile, Indianapolis; .1 McUulty, lsal- nmore: J n uensnaw, iioston: u ungienorn, new York; R B Dalze 1. Pittsburgh; Wm Ailing. Roch ester: Miss Parson, Northampton, Mass.; Miss Sa rah n.;n;a ;D kf..n ija-.i u :ii bury. Mass.; Moses Moore and wife, Sbrere, O.; C w vv eisn, Boston; u li Tyler, Cleveland. . r . "Far-fetched and dear bonsht," is not always proof of value. The medical world is becoming: alive to the fact that our com mon Dock Hoot of tbe fields, is an import ant remedial agent, and one of the most effectual alteratives known. It has always been a favorite . medicine with tbe wise mothers of the country, for ulcers and sores and for purifying the blood. This root which grows so abundantly around us ev ery where is now known to be one of the ingredients of Ayre's Sarsaparilia, which is attracting public attention by its extraor dinary cures of cutaneous and ulcerous diseases. Each country produces the anti dotes for its own disorders, as was said of old, "cmd upon the banks thereof shall grow all trees for meat, whose flower shall not fade, and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine" Northfield (Vt.) Her aid. 8-dawlw ; Dr. Vichow, one of the most eminent Professors in the Berlin University Medi cal Faculty, who examined Dr. Barth, the distinguished African traveler, after death says he was killed by the carelessness ol bis physician, whom he called in to relieve a trilling attack of dyspepsia, to which he was subject after eating heartily. Among other articles ot the prescription was one ordering six grains of tartar emetic, which in itself was sufficient to kill lour persons. If people would for one moment consider how easily remedies can be procured, which, while they are perfectly harmless in themselves, work marvelous cures, the cases of poisoning by the carelessness of physicians would be few indeed. Such a remedy is Boback's Stomach Bitters, for dyspepsia. Procure a bottle at the drug store, and test it yonrselvcs. 10-dawl w ' How Refreshing are the April show ers ; they nourish into life the opening buds, and renew all vegetation. But yet it is a time of the year when there is great danger of taking cold from exposure to the weather. Coe's Cough Balsam 13 excellent for Coughs and Colds, Sore Throat and all Pulmonary Complaints. While Coe's Dyspepsia Cure is invaluable in dyspepsia, indigestion, and all diseases ol he stomach and bowels. aprlO-d&wlw. Kemored from bis Old Ofllce. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS, West Broadway, nea, High street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himsel or a aeries of years to the trea ment of certain pri rate diseases. He may be consulted at til offioe Broadway, near the JbxoauiKe Bank ch2S'65m NEW BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH. 'London, April 10 EVenlng.The Span ish Government refuses to yield to the de mands made by England for indemnity and satisfaction in the case of the steamer Tor nado. T T Athkns, April 10 Evening. The Sultan threatens to declare war against Greece on account of the eontinuanceof insurrection ary troubles on the Turkish frontier'. " "" Financial. Frankfort, April 10, P. M. U. S. Bonds, ,OXTOV. Anril in. T M The 1 nrrron non- tit, V Of Ronris of t.h IT. S. r.hrntwn nnon thp market here from Germany, causes a down ward tendency in prices. : . . . : , ', ' London, April 10 Evening. ConPoU 90; o 20's 73; Illinois Central 76J; Erie 36. . ; . ;cr Commercial. Liverpool, April 10 Evening. Cotton clos-d heavy and quotations show a further decline ot c on middling uplands. Sales to-day ot 10,000 bales middling uplands at 12c; Orleans 12c. , , , ' r . Breadstuffs active and unchanged mar ket closed firm at the advance, reported at noon. Corn 4s 9d for mixed western. Bar ley unchanged. Oats, American and Ca nadian, 3s 5d per .45 pounds. Peas un changed. Rosin, . common -Wilmington, declined to Ss 3d. Iron, Scotch pig. ad vanced to 52s. : Other, articles unchanged. FROM NEW YORK. Fenians Surveying the Frontier. New York, April 10. The Herald's Buf falo special says: The commander of the military forces at Fort Erie has notified tbe authorities that a prominent engineer con nected with the Fenian organization, has been taking plans ot the frontier below Snspension Bridge, and asks lor reinforce ments to be stationed at the village of Nia gara and Suspension Bridge. It is feared tbe lenians intend another movement. Organization of Christians Against the Sultan. The Herald's Paris letter says that a gen eneral organization ot Christians, resident in the eastern provinces of Turkey and Greece, nau been completed against the Sultan, and a war, in which the power of the Porte io Europe would be destroyed, was inevitable. Destitution in Ireland. Destitution and want are said to prevail to a verv painful extent among the people engaged in the late Fenian rising in the South of Ireland. Rioters Indicted. The Grand Jury of the General Sessions have indicted a number of men who partici pated in the disturbance on St. Patrick's day for felonious assaults and for tbe misde meanor of riot. The accused parties have been admitted to bail. Politics in Charleston. The Herald's Charleston dispatch says: At a meeting ol the prominent citizens of that place on the 2d inst it was unani mously agreed that thefreedmen should be entitled to run some one of their own color on the white man's ticket to the Convention and State Legislature, . The meeting was composed in a large proportion of old Dem ocrats and secessionists,'; and ; General Hampton sent a letter to it urging the pol icy of giving the negro representation. Highly Important Foreign News—A General Preparation for War—The Question of Ceding Luxemburg to France. . Details of foreign news state that the ex amination in the case of Gov. Evre con cerning the Jamaica murders, is being prosecuted with vigor. The Belgian Minister of War states that France is having 4S0.000 breech-loading musket3 manufactured. The arsenals in Prussia are actively at work. Austria is .having 600,000 muskets converted into breech-loaders. England will have 350,000 similarly converted by the end of the year. Russia is transferring COO 000. Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portu gal, Greece and Belgium, are all engaged in the same warlike preparations. It is said that negotiations between France and Holland for the cession of Lux emburg was proceeding favorably, when Count Bismarck skillfully succeeded in suspending the bargain by calling the at tention of the Dutch Government to the existence of certain claims of the late Ger manic Confederation upon the Ducal Gov ernment of Luxemburg, for unpaid federal contributions and for different fortifica tions, and to the lact that Prussia, the le gal successor of the Confederation, would consider any disposal of Luxemburg by Holland to a third party, as an infraction of those claims. This protest had pre vented any engagement .with the French Government. The Russo-American Treaty. The Herald to-day publishes a full text of the Russian treaty. Ii contains mere details of the cession and provisions that inhabitants mav, if they choose, return and resume allegiance to Russia within three years, or may remain and receive advanta ges and immunities of United States citi zens, and be protected in the free enjoy ment of liberty, property and religion. The Eight Hour System in New Jersey. The New Jersey House of Representa tives have indefinitely postponed the eight hour labor law vote 32 to 18. Financial Matters. New York, April 10. Money in fair de mand with increasing sunplv rates un changed. The Assistant Treasurer to-day purchased halt a million ot 7-30 notes. Gold active and excited under Eutopean rumors, which have not been confirmed. The bull-interest is in the ascendant. Government sold 300,000. Sterling firmer but unsettled, from some cause. It is next to impossible to negotiate cotton bills, in consequence ot a decline in Liverpool and rumored failures there. That of Victor Pantz, of Liverpool, is re ported per cable. The alleged fall of cotton to llld in Liverpool, is unconfirmed. Bankers intend generally to cover theii own bills with gold. ' - FROM WASHINGTON. Adjournment of the Senate. New York, April 10. The Times' special says: The present session of the Senate will undoubtedly terminate on Friday evening, whether the olHcers are all filled or not. bo many Senators are leaving thai it is doubtful if there will be a quorum after FrHajr, even if there be no adjourn ment. Senators Wilson. Williams and Con gress left for their homes to-night. New Jersey Elections. The elections in Jersey City, Patterson and Bayonue, New Jersey, were decided in lavor of the Repuoiican ticket yesterdav, while Hoboken, Hudson City, Harrison and Kearney went Democratic. Petition for Return of Property. During the war the corporation of New Orleans sold bonds to citizens of Louisiana for the purpose of raising funds with which to fortily the city against tho Federal forces, and after General Butler captured the city he made several assessments. amounting altogether to seventy-five per cent, ot the gross amount, for the benefit of the poor of the dt-partment. Several, peti tions have been filed asking ihat tbe amount of these assessments mav be re funded, but without success, and Robert J. Kerr, ot New Orleans, has recently arriv ed, authorized by the interested parties to act as their agent in pn uring its return. If lie succeeds, General Butler will, in re sponse to the demand of prominent Loui siana Radicals, bring the whole subject before Congress. The Mississippi Test Case. A belief 13 rapidly gaining ground that the Supreme Court will reject the petition in the Mississippi test case without much deliberation, on the ground of a lack ol original jurisdiction. Should it be other wise, however, it will be rapidly followed by several other States, including Virginia, Georgia, Florida and Texas. . The Indians on the Plains. The Herald's special says : Gen. Sully, who is on his way to investigate the Fort Phil. Kearney massacre, reports that on his passage out from Fort Laramie he has ob served decided indications of a hostile gath ering among the Indian tribes of that region. The President Sick. The President has been quite indisposed for several days, and is rather worse to-day. The report that he intended to spend a few days in New York after the adjournment is untrue. FROM BUFFALO. Death of Mrs. Chas. M. Barras—No Movement Among the Fenians. Buffalo, N. Y, April 10. Mrs. Chas. M. Barras, formerly Miss Sallie St. Clair, died last evening alter a lingering illness. There is no movement among the Fenians, nor any signs of any. Movement Among the Fenians. Fortieth Congress---First Session. SENATE. WASHINGTON, April 10. On motion of Mr. SUMNER, it was re solved that the President be requested to communicate, it. not incompatible with public interest, a copy of any recent cor respondence upon the subject of prisoners ot war taken by belligerents in the Mexi can Republic. Mr. JOIIXSON presented the credentials of Mathias E. Man ley, Senator elect from North Carolina. Laid on the table. Mr. THAYER offered h resolution, which was referred, to print for use of the Senate, 5.000 copies of the report on the banks and levees ot the Mississippi river. On motion of Mr. HOWE, the Senate went into Executive session. FROM CHICAGO. A Woman Murders one Little Girl. and Attempts to Murder a Second. Chicago,' April 10. An abandoned. wo man named Mary Branagan, murdered 8 little girl, daughter of Michael Kavanaugb, residing on Twenty-First street, yesterdav. by drowning her in a barrel of water. Sh also attempted to murder another girl bj throwing herdown a pri Vy vault. The mur deress was captured' by the police after n evere struggle. ' Her . neighbors had.foi some time declined to recognize her in con sequence of bad conduct, and she took this means to retaliate. . FROM ALBANY. Meeting of Democratic State Convention. ' Albany, April 10. The Democratic State Convention met to-day and temporarily organized by the choice of Hon. D. A. Og den, temporary Chairman. The Tammany delegation from New York city was admit ted, to the exclusion of all others. Various committees were appointed and a recess taken. FROM TRENTON. Negro Suffrage No Go in New Jersey. Trenton, N. J .April 10. In the House co-day, on the question to strike from, the Constitution the word ' white," to allow colored people to vote, the vote stood 20 in favor and 35 against striking it out. Twelve Republicans voted against it. Thin- ends the question for this session. New York Republican State Convention. Uon. Syracuse, N. Y April 10. The Repub lican State Convention met to-dav. Hon. John A. Griswold was both temporary and permanent jrresiuent. New York. April 10. The World's spe cial says the allottment of Chief . Justice Chase by the Supreme Court to the Vir- ginia circuit, in pursuance or tne act oi Congress providing a new allottment, it i thought here, must lead to the trial of Jel- ierson iavis. Philadelphia, Pa., April 10. The plasterers are still on a strike and intend to hold out. Work " Wantld. The Sisters of th 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 oi idleness, and become worse instead of bet ter, the Sisters require them to do so mucl: work each day, teaching them to earn their own living and to be independent. Some of them have readied a degree of proficien cy with the needle almost marvelous. Their great want now i3 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. marl6-dlm - Legal Notice. T Ij. wriCHET, SARIN I? TT DICff fj et. JCugen Zhitoit, George Jf. Wilton, Jutia li. n uson. C, Jbml JMttait, (JharloU aecreuiu, Adam Oerlauah. Eliza (rtrlauah. and Lvdla Du toit, will take notice that a petition was filed aeaiLst them and others on tbe a 1st, day of March, I67, in the Court of Common Fleas within and for. the county of Franklin and State of Ohio, by Samuel Doyle, guardian of Samuel M., George E., William D. and Charles II. Doyle, and is now pendinc, wherein said Samuel Do.vl-, as guaidian aforesaid, demands partition of and assignment of dower in the following real estate, to-wit: Situated in Truro township. Franklin county. Ohio, and being part of the west half of a lt of forty-stven acres f land conveyed by David Tay lor and wife to 1). S. and J. Fancher jo'ntly, designated as lot Nn. 5 in Chancery Records of Franklin county, Ohio, in Book. No. 6. page 334, said part being bounded as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of the Knea iem lot and run ning eatwardly along the center of the National road 17 60-100 pole.; then.e south 51 25-100 poles: thence west 17 00-100 po'ec; thence north 50 75-100 poles to the place of beginning, containing 5! acres of land, and that at the next term of said Court the sail Samuel Doyle, as guardian afore said, will apply for an order that dower may be as signeJ in and partition made or said premises FRANCIS COLLINS. mch28-w6w Att'y for petitioner. . - Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Coltjmbcs O., March 19. 1807. J Notice is hereby given that proceed -nes have been inrt tuted in the City Council of Columbus for making tne following improvements, to-wit : For a Five foot brick bewer, with nine inch wall, from Center a'.lev to New street. The earns to be done in accordance with nlats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer, ana u ea in me nmce ot tne iity uieru. All oerons el ai in ice damaees on aoconnt of said proposed i oproveraeuts, are required to file their c a'ins in tne mce ot tneiuerK, in writing, oa or neroretne imruday ot mat, a. u. ipoy. L. E. WJLSON, : mchai-ltaw4wd City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, CoLrMBPS, O., March 5. 1867. ) Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in tho City Council of Columbus, for i.: . i. r 1 1 ; - . . IUHK1UK tun iuiiuvhuk improvements, io-wii, : For grading and paving the roadway of IPgh street with block tone from the Delaware count t quarries, and also for raving the same with block "tone from the Vaver!y quame. from North Fub lic lane to Mound street. Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared b.v the City Civil Engi neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persons daiiting damages on account of said proposed improvements, ar required to file their claim in th office of the Clerk, in writing, on or before the Twenty-fifth day of April. A. I). 1867. L. E. WILSON, met 6 dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom, it may con-cem : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, ) Columbus. O., March 25. 1867. i Notice is hereby given, that proceedingshave been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi making the following improvements, to wit: for graveling 'he roadway of street from Front street to Water street. Also, for making a b i k Sewerfrom Friend street along Fourth street to Peler' run. in conformity with the plan for making tbe main Sewer for a gen eral sewcrhgesy tern. 'I he same" to be dono in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by thu City Civil En- gineor, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvement-, are leauired to file theii claims in the office of tho Clerk, in writing, on or before the Eighth day of May, A. I). 1867 L. E. WILSON. mch'-6-dltaw4w City Clerk. ' Paving Notice. To all whom it may concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ) Columbus. O., Feb. 25, 18o7.j Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for making the following improvements, to wit: For grading and paving the gutters and sidewalks on Bond street from High to Park street. Also, for grading and pavinz the sidewalks, mat ters and crossinss on the south side of Lor g street from Third street to Hith street. Also, for grading and i aving the cntter and crossings on Ann street from Jackson street toDen nisun street. Also, for building a twenty-inch Sewer in NnW street from Fourth street to Se enth street. - The same to be done in accordance with pl&ti and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. au persons claiming a arc ages on acooant of said Proposed improvements, urn renniriui tn filA fhAir claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or " j. n oui.j-iih,u uay oi April, a. u. L. E. WILSON. City Clerk. mch6-dltaW4w ; . FOR SALE. ONE OF XflE FINEST F A II ITT S IN PRiniriiN roll K' TV r . acre4,ituated two milos from Columbus. This is a rare chance to bay a splendid farm. Inquire of U. B. ALBERT, No. 246 South High street, Columbus, Ohio. April S, 1307. apr3-d2v COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—April 10. : MONEY 7 per cent, for call loans. - " . rr Sl'EULINO EXCHANGE J0s109X. ,old, for first class bills. - OOLD Firmer; openirrg-at 135, and closing at 187 J. t -- -- .-if -n 's -,' r : ', GOVERNMENT STOCKS-Tberei.no decide! caange. , - . -.,,e, New York Market—April 10. COTTO V Less active, and scarcely so firm! sale at27K'28o for middling uplands; ' r LOU K Market 6 loo better, with more doing", advancing chiefly upon medium and good grades; ales atM25H85 for saperfine State and western; $11 0 13 for extra western; $13 1014 80 for choice do; 912 35 13 85 for shipping brands extra rotuod hoop Ohio, and 13 4514 60 for trad brands; mar ket clogin'g quiet. ' California flour firmer with sales at 1R 5016 85. . M.ti!! -i'tf.1 W4IISKY Quiet; sale of .old western in. bond at4o. ,-,'..,.. -4 ,.-.i- WHEAT Nominal, and market ebade firmer and very quiet; sales at $2 65 for No. 3 Milwaukee; No 3 do $2 60,aod wbite California $2 30,. , ' RY E 23 better; sales at (1 56 for western. And retail lots atfi 68lo; $1 53 for inferior do. , BARLEY Quiet; sales. Canada West at 81c, in .beod.eu'i! '.Mfordo free. . i . .. ., ' UAKLEY MALT-Dtdl- i .. . , ; ! ' . CORN Market active and xcited. and &S3e bet ter; sales at. $1. 89K&1 30 for mined western." in store; $1 301 32 for drv afloat; fl30for western yellow', i rtore;'' 1 2601 "30 for new yellow ttoatito ern, afl at; $1 30 for tie w whio. OATS Iff 2o better: sales at 73&7SO for 'Old and new western, and 7778o for State. ..vj v BlCri Nominal. :. . . r?,.fZ ;; COFFEE Firm and quiet. SUGAR Firm, with fair demand; aTes of 800 bhds at 10 lo for Cuba; and ilavana at private terras. -. ... MO L A SSES ttood demand at full prices; salea at f 5 ?57c for Forto Rico, and 6O058o for Cuba. - PETRu LEUM Quiet at 16c for crude and 272So for refined In bond. ... HOPS Firm at 3070c for new. .-r-'iai LEATHER Hemlock sole firm, a& previous pTioea - ' r'(t:tft ? -nrwi r -f f t. 1' WOOL Quiet and steady; sales of 128,000 pounds 'at45 60e fur domestic fleece; 434Sc lor super pulled: 6055e for extra; S530o for Texas, and Stii :i3o for California. . . -. FORK Firmer with a moderate demand; sales at 2 1023 00 for new mess, closing at $23 85. regnNr; $22 00 tor old mess; $13 75318 00 for prime, .and $21 7522 for prime mess.. .. . , BEEF-Steadyat previous prtces." A'U ' 'BEEF HAMS Firm at $40S43. .. BACO.i Steady;sales afl0o for Cumberiand cat; llJo for short ribbed, and 1212Xe for short, clear. 1 . . CUT MEATS Dull at 10o for shoulders, and 1214Kc for hams. LARD More demand and.-rather, firm; -sales at 13Xs)13efor new. tU-..-, ;;;,, BUTTER Dull and heavy; sales at 1015o for . - CHEHSEP-SUady alUSlftj. 2 TA VJ OO LATEST 5 P. M. , FLOUR 5c better for 0 edium, and good grades Steady.. ' . ' i .,.! -' ' i i p.i WHEAT Quiet: $2622 62 for No. 2 spring. RYE$1 651 67 for western. - .:. .... BARLEY Dull and drooping. i . CORN Firm; $130 for shipping mixed-western, in store, and $1 S3. afloat. ; u. ' OATS Firm; 7475c for old and newwestern. PORK Firmer: sates new mess at $23. cash, and $23 25. regular, cfosing with se'lers at S23 05. cah, and $23 10, regular; buyers $23, cash; and $23 05. regular.- . ; . )..:.- . .;.( BEEF Quiet and steady - i ' . ( CUT MEATS Doll, and prices slightly in buy ers' favor. . . .i y .' KAt'ON Quiet at lOjfc for Cumberland middle. L A RD Firm at 13 I3)(c for fair to prime steamed, and 13i13c for kettle rendered. " - - r New York Wool Market—April 6. The market is quiet, and wool has not com'manded the price this, the first week in April, it sold for the first week in March; then, a number of wool manu facturers went Into the wool market immediately on receiving information that tbe tariff bill had passed, and carr ied up the price by so doing, they confidently expecting that the- tariff wonld carry np the price of both wool and woolens; bat experience has taught them probably before this what we endeavored to do weeks ago, that a tariff could not make a consump tive demand, and without which neither wool nor woolena could advance, let the tat iff be what it might. The sales ot the week include 230 HK) B fleece., rang ing from 463674, and some very choice 7(c: with R.ttKI B Vicklocfc, 75c, and 5,000 tb XXX, 75; 75.010 S pulled at 42 47c for snper, and 48 3 55c for extra., . , TXTITH COKRCPT or tainted Blood, von are sick all over.- Jtnay uursi, out iu xrimpies or Sorea.or in someactive dis ase,or it may merely keep von listless depressed and rood for nothing. Buavou cannot have good health bile your blood is im pure, ater's bABsara killa purges out these impurities; it expels dis ease and restores health snd stimulates the organs of life into rigorous action. Hence it rapidly cures a variety of complaints which are caused bv impuritv of the blond, au'h aa ScrotUit, or King' EriX, 1mor, Ulcer, Sore, Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Boil, St. AnUtmy't Tire, Rose or Erytiptlas, Titter or Salt Itktivm., Scald Head, Ring Worm, Cancer or Cancerou Tu mor; Sore Eye. Ft male Distastt, nch M Reten tion, Irregularity. Suppression, white. Sterility, also Syphilis or Venereal Diseases, Liner oav plaints, and Heart Diseases, Try Atre's Sihsa Pakill a. and see for yourself the surprising activity .with which it cleanses the blood and cures these dis orders. .-,,.. - Dnring late years thepublio have been misled by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sarsaparilia for one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the bick, for they not only eontain "little, if any, Sarsaparilia, but often no curative in- gradient whatever, faepca, bitter disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarvspa rilla wh eh flood the market, until the name itse f has become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we call this cmpound, "Sarsaparilia," and -intend to supply such a remedy as shall reooae tbe save from the load of obloquy which rests npon it. We think we have ground tor believing it has virtues whi -h are irresistible by tbe class of disease it is in- tended to cure. W can assure the sick, that we offer them the bett alterative we know bow to pro duce, and ae have reason to believe, it is by far tbe most effectual purifier of the blood yt discovered: Ater's Chekby Pectobal is so univnaliy knowa to surpass every other medioine for tbe care of Couchg, Colds. Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in advanced stages of tbe disease, that it is useless here to recount the evi dence of ita virtues. , Tbe world knows them.. . , , Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ates& Co., Lowell, Mass.. and sold b.v 6. Roberts, Columbus, holesalo and retail, and by all druggists. .-a ; spr8-dtwkw2m .. :,. . i SEALED PROP OSALS BR RECEIVED AT THIS OF- ficeuntil .- ; i.: --.-jj. ; . .- ;i j Monday, tlie IStli day of A pri 1, 1867, at 6 o'clock P. M.. for ' furnishing ' materials and doing the following work, to,wit: i For mainsa 2, 18 ani 2t inch f'e-'er in Payne" alley. North Public lane and Locust alley, of bricks or oipe, from John street to Tlrrd street ' For making a 5 inch pipe Sewer in Straight al ley from a point 60 feet south ol Gay street to broad street. For grading and paving tue sidewalks. gutters and crossings on Bond sueet irom High street to Park street. ' ' : " For gray-ling the roadwav of Fifth street from Broad street to State street with screened aud brok en gravel. For making a 20 inch pipe Sewer in Toung treot from State street to Broad street. - ! W. W. POLLARD,-. City Civil Engineer. ' City Civil Engineer's Office, room No. 2. ur stairs, in No. 18 Buckeye Block.. . - aprlO-dtd Westbotecopy- . . , , i LITTLE'S PATENT?; A1IOTIIT COOK STOIi : PAT EN TED FEBRUARY. 1865. - . f The Best Stove in the Government. THE PECFLIAR FEATURE OF title Stove is the novel construction of the Oven, which makes it the most thorough baker in use You bavo access to the Oven in front, converting the sides into flues, etving it two more heating surfaces than any other St- ve made. : As the Stve ia constructed it is intended for either WOOD or COAL, operating with either equally welL ( t OUVIL CASE, Acent, No. 139 North High street, . nov3-dtf ' ' COLU&BU8, O. Paving Notice. 2o aU vhom it may concern: '" ' ," - CITY CLERK'S OFFICE V Columbcs, March 11, 1867. J Notice is hereby given, that rrocredirgs have been instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for making tbe following improvements, to wit: For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks, gutters and crossiog.on west High street from Fifth a l'y to Perry street. The fame to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by theCitr Civil Engineer, and filed in the office i f tbe City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, ar required to file their claims in the office of tne Clerk, in writing, on or before the Twenty-seventh day of April, .A. I). 1867. L. E. WILSON, 1 mch!5-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, i , Columbus. 0 April 3. 18H7.J Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the followir g improvements, to-wit: For pavine the road a ay of No th High street from North Public lane to University street with what is commonly known as the Nioolson pave ment, the same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gin er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. - All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on er before the Seventeenth day of Hayrf A. D. 18B7., 3 ; L. Ji. WILSON, . apr5-dlUw4w City Clerk.' Turnpike Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on the 4th day of May, A. D. 1867, the under signed, corporators of the Dublin and -Worthing-"ton Turnpike Company, will open subscription books at the towns of Dublin and Worthincton re spectively, for the purpose of receiving subscrip tions to the stock of said Company, in t hares of Fifty dollars each. . . FLETCHER SELLS. . DANIEL W. THOMAS " . JOHN M. THOMAS. ' OKORGE SNOUFFKR ' f Vi.a Vk'i. ititi i t-n April S.1P67. spr3-dltiw30i CorporatorV.