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. corrected, by. W. J. Savage, Jeweler, 83 South High street. . .... . -. ,-. O'clock. ; f- t-.-. I i ' FRTOAT, April 19, 1867. Barometer. Thernmmeter. A. M. 25TS4,, -,, . , '.M MM . " T U M 0 P.. -. to II .5 ri M .Son. Rim 14 i son ceis... ..0 44 ' I County Ckntral Committeb MErnxa. There will be a meeting of the County Cen tral Committee at Thurman Ball on Satur- iA-Ar, tti"rr: Anrll ' 20th. at tWO J - All candidates Tor county office, and the vAMAa 1 1 v. urn . icuuvowv. . jneet with the County Central oidiuilkv in Saturrlav afternoon. By orar, T. S. SHEPARD, Ch'n. SAM. E. KILE, Sec'y. t :Stat or Health. The. 1 health of the od ceople of this city is at; present ex cellent, except a few case or spring fever. I fcToMATOES.If you; want toalse good toy matoes do not place the ; plants coo i.riosuj together. There is no vegeUDie mw re. ulre a more air than the t?matoJ 'tt i 'TjOok Otrr. The Journal, yesterday, had - ..hi. Kafld The .Democratic Old TTon nn(l Her One ChtclceriVLook out. Gen eral,' that that hen don't lf on your stomr tCh."- -J ' - ' V- V;. ijiiNr Qottk Do ' It, A . man tried 'to back a load of coal, into Nevins & Myers' m,ntinir roonx yesterday. He didn't quite make It because of striking5 the4 door post", though he broke a window all to savers. To-morrow is -Easter Sunday, and the boys are already out with "necking for keeps.".;' Happy; happy childhood, that "can find happiness i kk in-tnns. fun ia eggs and wallopings In school. m wr-".'"i'T.rt" 'tvim. A. '.' bar of . Iron rh fl Sonars made' Into needles is worth three '. hundred dollars, Into pen? knives it Is worth three thousand dollars and Into springs' for watches It Is , worth three hundred thousand dollars. -f.tt rotrwTY Court of common Pt.itAa. The Court yesterday was occupied 4irlVV. V.oat-1 nw tnnt.ions. On Monday 'th m mil - . - .- . - . various parties charged with . crimes will be arraigned for trial. : Thus far nothing but civil cases have boen heard. ' The Black Ckook MAtixee This after noon, remember, at half past 1 o'clock there is to be a: matinee - at the Opera House, when the Black Crook, arranged expressly the little people, will be presented, with all its gorgeous scenery, mechanical enects. po hot miss this opportunity - or let- tincr'vour little ones realize their dreams of fairyland. Careful tend attentive usoersi ... . . , i I ushers will see that ladies and. children are pro vided with seats. . :1jjv111i' ". '. ThIxatest STYLE --rne lacesc siyie oi wedding Invitations are described as roi-j lows: : Instead or a single pair oi weuaiuK i cards, as formerly,-the envelope now con- one card, 'with thenames Of the mother and father of the bride,, and one with those f the tjarenta of the bridegroom ; then the -Mr. and Mrsl card, then the maiden card of the "bride, and the card of the bridegroom ; then; the Invitation on embossed note paper for the churcbi and nnaiiy tne cara giving invitation to the receptions Filed yESTERDAVThe Cincinnati Gas Multiplying Company filed its certificate of incorporation at the Secretary of State's Office" yesterday. The company is organ Jzd'for the purpose, of carrying on the bus iness .of multiplying, and increasing, the power of illuminating, gas. ? Principal of fice,? in Cinctnpati, ; Capital stoekj-f 300 000 n shares of $ 25 eacli. W Pi 4nderf00 trosep Bartlett, V.iD;uavl&, 'Joseph Davis and Wm. P. McCurdy are the corporators. v Thb .t Corr t& ', Cor, Uobbert. Patrick mtSL.J -..A T nv.XTmart AKoiiro1 arl frVl Klary IrTenterlng and "r1 Ir . " .wa ,f,n, h.orin.r wpri. JUjr yt-JT ; I T)6und 'ovenu ho elm r. Knnn ah. tn answer the charge before H, nvt ttrm of I .the Court of Common fleas. : - ... i f.v,5 - -. L 'After they .were locked up, theyrmade a . statement to the effect that- James : Ohlen iWivoWof the party ,yho committed 'the bbery, and a warrant, was Issued for . his arrest.. Yesterday afternoon he was taken before the' May6f,7and riot. being -ready; for (trial. the - case : was continued until : pext 'ilpnday' afternbori at 2 o'clock. Bail $1,000 U A 1: , Transfers. Yesterday The following tran&fefs of real estate were left at the Be-r corders office ou yesterday : Jas. t). Fagg arid wife.' to Robert S.lVolf, .March, 20th, 143 acres of land, iu, Jackson 'township, for $3,750.' Archibald Johns and wile, to George S. fDIldlnel i Amll 13thi the-uudivldea one- fourth interest to 160 acres of land,' iri Mad. laori'townsnip.'for iimS.-Jftr A ''' Lydia G. Crookman, to Nathaniel Merion. April ISfch, 2 acres of land, in Montgomery township,, for $700. ,,. ,f , , , r ? , ., . .m '"'Wm. Bailioger.andlwife, to Daniel Bur- welL?AbrU10t4 acres of land, io Mlfflid township,1 for $300. The PlXt of Capitai. B. B. CLUBThe Capitals had a splendid day for their practice game yesterday, and a good deal of interest wai, manifested lit the play Thefollowing U the score: O. R. Cojlt. R.E..1 t Jones. E-(Capt.); P..... Bont'.O. W., L. F....... eshler.W.K-.S.S..... ..Hardy, C. J.. 3 B... 'MillTr W.tUO. Hewitt,S B......J-..-. Ijewi, A. P., 8. ...v "'Huntington. P. W,. R. V Strahl, O. H., F. Elliott, P. A., I)..'... 3 3 : 3 4 1 t" O . e . l . l . o ii O. . a . i . a o 2 3 1 3 ...... i'li'- 4 98 B 4 .Hmrtlli. Ji A 1 B . . 3 . 0 lEberly, A.Capfc),8B-.. ,1: William. JL r:.FxonW. C, Pv...-vv 5 : 3 ; l .Links, i. a r-., -' . est. 3-F v F? -t i vo "n. C. ............. . Westwa'er, r. ' 3 , 3 3 1 " Bker. WrF........rr' a 15 '- 23 . . Umplre-TEldgway, of Lenapes. ' 1 '; iEberly was disabled at first Innings. Police Court. There were two delicate ..innirinn- vouths. "of - Dcrhans . 25 summers ' " - ' - " . 1 ' 1 each before, tne , Mayor yesteraay, pnargeu with being drunk and sleeping on the side walks. : Jacob Jager is a native of Germany, and - a citizen of Sandusky City. ; Abjuring for the nonce hla;. native; beverage, beer, he tried tho-fiery whisky vended in Coluni b" bul. i t was too many fof him. He got On so heavy a load he couldn't carry it, and was therefore compelled to He down. Ed Hart- . -iT'aridx John Naddyr discovered him, and roughly arousing: blmfrom his balmy slum berjmlt i'piUpwj for athone," took him "before the; May or,. who charged him the frightful price of $5.00 and costs fo his trsdrinir. Aa Yawcob had no-money, he ra Undlv -nermlttpd tnworkitoutoa the .i' ? ,f f saa.c GoldsborpuglTwas another beautifal dreamer, lying on tne siaewaiK with law cob above named. "The eame officers took him down and the same fate was his $5.00 -a'ria ; costs, and 'd chance to work it out on the chain-gang. could not be seperat- ed from hla friend, ana; rejoices tnat tneir lates are similar, They were Deautiful their, arunKana-jin tne .pyyee are iwt MW&vuiO auj afU dm -t OlTTrt PlTUT ianAAf PninrWTtftV PnMn, zhtib call, a number of the'newspaper edit ors and publishers of Ohio met at the office of the Secretary ot State' In Colnmbus, on Thursday, April 18th, and organized by ap pointing Dr. Wm. Trevltt, of Columbus, Chairman, and J. L. Boardman, of Hills boro, Secretary. After a free interchange of opinions, and discussion of various matfers of interest to the fraternity, it was resolved, that as but a comparatively small number of publish es were in attendance, it was inexpedient to form a bill of prices, or take any defl nite action on the subjects before the Con vention. A motion prevailed that 'when the Con ventlou adjourned, it would be to meet again atCoIumbus, on Thursday, June 20th the day alter the Unlou State Convention The. Secretary was instructed to issue a call to the newspaper publishers .of the State, to meet at the above time and place, to consider the following subjects, and any ot'iers that may be presented, and take such action thereon as may be deemed expedient The best means of obtaining a reduction of the prici a of printing paper. Tl e repeal of the duty on foreign paper Advance payment of subscriptions. The right of the press of each county to the printing of the county.-' - Prices of advertising and job work. The establishment of an Ohio publishers' adver tising agency in New York City. ; The thanks of the Convention were unan imously tendered to Hon. William H. Smith Secretary of State, for the use of his office, and also to Mr. Beach, of the Ohio State Journal for courtesies extended. The publishers of the State were requested to publish . these proceedings. The Con then WM. TREVITT, Chm'n. J. L. BOARDMAN, Sec'y. Whitewashing. As this is the season for'Bpring. house-cleaning 'and general "clarin'up time,". we ielve our readers an excellent recipe for making whitewash: Take a clean, water-tight barrel, or other suitable cask, and put into it half a bushel of lime. Slake it by pouring water over it. boiling hot, and in sufficient quantity to cover it five inches deep, and stir It in wa ter, and add two pounds of sulphate of zinc and one of common salt. These will cause the wash to harden, and prevent its crack ing, which gives an unseemly appearance to the work. If desirable, a beautiful cream color may be added to the above wash, by adding three pounds of yellow ochre ; or a good pearl or lead color, by adding lamp. vine or ivory black. For fawn color, add four pounds of umber, Turkish or Ameri can the latter is' the cheapest one pound Indian red, and one pound common lamp black. For common tone-color, add four pounds umber and two pounds lamp-black. This wash may be applied with a common H,i,ti..Hu u..Au; j ...sit w r i i wuitcwauu urusu, mm wui ue louuu mucu superior, uotu in appearance ana uuraDin- ty,to common whitewash. " trouble In puffing such cigars as J. Wll taTns" loughby manufactures and sells at No. 73 North. High street. He yesterday sent us I names Innumerable. There la the Henri-1 I etta tie ; the Kistori tie ; the Parepa tie tne Augusta tie ; tne vestvaiitie. In fact ifyerythlngDuVtherig's-tie. : tobacco and cigars. "(Jive me a puff," said the cigar. to the editor. , ;ril see you Durn nrsc," was. tne reply., xnere Is no a box ot cigars of most delightful flavor. and a paper of "Chiogarora" smoking to bacco,'for the sale of which he ha3 the sole agency in the : West. It 'is anti-nervous, and by using it our young men can color their meershaums without destroying their nerves'. The boys in the office who have tried it, pronounced it an article far supe rior to anything in the tmokirig line they have been able to buy in the city. They will bear testimony to , the "Chingarora," and we will swear to the cigars. When you want a first rate article of tobacco, snuff or cigars, go to J. Willoughby, 73 North nigh street, and tell him you saw. a notice in. The Statesman as to the superiority oi his stock, and that you also desire to add yours to the general : testimony that his can't be beat.' '.'is " 1; 'V . ' ' "' of John Eobinson, coupled with exhibi- ttoD60f merit and costly equipments, ttMA hffcAthA ft nnt.iminl AlKr!tv. Thm.w).. . -.y..6- -"uu crj pniuu ui lue cuuniry, anu m every citv. town ana viiiasre.ne nas a renii- tation superior to that of vany other mana ger, and young and old are assured that when his bills are displayed they will not ! be disappointed in anticipating a display of I tberarest and most recherche arenic per formances ever presented beneath a pavil ion. . -y-' y; - We are now simply alluding to the Eques trian,. Gymnastic and general ' acts of the '01ympiad," which, however, only c'onst'i- tute one feature of the gigantic exhibition he has organized for the present season of 1867.-: This department has, been perfected with the most scrupulons care, and, it 'is not too ; much to . assert, embodies more arenic; ability in the shape 'of Equestri ennes, Horsemen, Acrobats, Gymnasts, Clowns,' Danseues, Ethiopian Comedians and general performers, . than any other Circus in America, or, we may say, the world. - -. ! - ,- The magnificent stud of Horses and the Liliputlan Performing Ponies; after bing selected for beauty symmetry and sagacity. Dave undergone an education wbtch none but the most experienced maitre do cheval can conceive. The accoutrements. Dara- pUernalia, costumes, trappings and ap pointments are in a style oi splendor to fas cinate the eye, while the performances captivate the senses ofwohder and a'dmi- ration, anu carry tne imagination to the classic era of Athenian and Olympic games. v - Fine Stock of Mihnry Goods at Auc tion. By reference to thro- advertisement, it will be seen that Constable Chris. Bart- ling will sell, on Monday, at Hoy's Miline ry store, jno. lire soutn llljjn street, a large stock of ribbons, flowers,- hats, bonnets. &c. Here is an. opportunity for our lady readers to obtain a supply : of milinery goods at their own rates, a chance rarely offering.'. Metropolitan Police. It was general ly expected that the Police Commissioners would make their selections of patrolmen last night. We could not find out that they had done go, and were informed that the appointments would probably be made to-day. Several ol the applicants for ap- pointment, we are told, withdrew their I 1 . A 1 a m . i recommenaauons irom oeiore ine commit tee yesterday, being unwilling to 6erve un der Barney McCabe. Presentation. Joseph Dowdall, Esq Permanent Secretary of Capitol Lodge No. 334, 1. 0. 0. Fn was last night presented by the members of the Lodge with a magnificent Past Grand Patriarch's regalia and jewel valued at $200. The pre sentation speech was made by Rev. A.; G. Byers, and was happily responded to by Mr: Dowdall. Discharged. Jacob Albright, who was arrested by Constable Daly for being con- cerned. in the robbery of the store of H. .-. ---w Vl 0011 &.Co,had a hearing before 'Squire Gulick yesterday afternoon.' There was no evidence on which to hold him, and he was therefore discharged Fancy Tiks. Our fashionable furnishing stores are resplendent with cravats and ties of all the colors of the rainbow, and THE PUZZLERS' COLUMN. - i IdLconfornaity tyiUi our pconise,.we com mence this morning our column devoted to . mainematicai, algebraical; and otner proD Jlems.'ilTe shall number each problemand . in sending; answers just say Answer to : number so-and-so; " it will save tUerre i statement of the proposition. When . gev : eral correct answers are given to the same I statement we will publish the first answer ' coming to hand, and the -names of . Others ! who are jcorrect. . Now, please remember it is you who are to keep up the interest of , luis column, as soon as it lacra ,corres pondents we shall Cease publishing It i Correct answei s to poetical problem have Den received from .pooby ioraon, oi oc I Mary's Ohio, and from A. J. Courtwright, ! Greencastle, Ohio. Also, to Geo. S.; lnnls j problem, from John F Earhart, Frank M ! Legg, aged ' 11 years,5 from 44 KQdare," and I from John Mentbn, aged 14 years. j George, or some' of our juvenile readers i solve "the following': rfY T : f T r" COLUMBUS, April 17. Problem No. 1. I A merchant purchased" a ship and. cargo ! for four thousand dollars. . . He paid as' iuucm for the cargo, as for the rigging and half the hull; and as much for the hull as the 'rigging-anu one-rourtn the cargo, j rvnat ' did he for rigging, hull and cargo, sep- KILDARE. GREENCASTLE, O., April 17. Problem No. 2. A wishes to fence a field so that It will contain one acre for every rail in the fence, !the fence to be eight rails high and two -panhels to - the rod ; how many acres will the field contain? ; - A. J. COURTWRIGHT. Problem No. 3. Here is a qofistion for young arithmeti cians,, and . others, who like to crack an arithmetical nut now and then, to try tUeir wits upon it Two Arabs had set down to i dinner, and '.were accosted by a 6tranger, ! who -requested to join the party, saying i "that as he could not get provisions to buy in that part of the-country,-if they, would admit him to eat only an equal spare with themselves he would willing paythemlor the whole." The frugal meal consisted of eight small loaves of bread, five of which belonged to one of the Arabs, and three to tha other. The stranger having eaten a third part, and each of the two Arabs a third part, of the eight' loaves, arose and laid 'bteibre them eight pieces of money, saying : aly irlenas, tnere is wnac I prom ised to give you; divide it between you ac cording to your just rights." ' A dispute? of courser arose nsiectiuga division of the money; but, reference being made to the cadi, he adjudged seven pieces of money to the owner of the five loaves, and only one piece to him who-. had owned the three loaves. Yet the cadi decided justly. WASHINGTON, April 11th, 1867. Problem No. 4. There is a frog on the end of aboard nine feet loug. It starts for the other end. The first jump" irgdes 3 feet, the next 1 feet, he next 4 of a foor, and so on, each jump njy pnerliaU tne length ot tne preceding n A - ' 1 ' V x minntinn la k nfir w. n.i.r Iaa 1 xn.i ne.: .xur ucsiivii i3f uuiY iiinn j irpi3 uvea ie frog make ie board? before it reaches the end of Jan. Kemoval or the City Clerk's Office. he', office of the City Clerk was removed i yesterday from The States man! Co lint igj'Roonr tor new rooms";provided' by the ty, near the corner of .State . and High .reets, over Marple's' drug store. Our artVng with Mr. Wilson was solemn land ffectiug. He took our. hand ia his and reesed it to his heart, while the big tears haled" each other dOwn'lila' manly nose. Good by'e,'Splv,7 he said," "yet send round he bowl; while a relic, of .truth is in man r in woman this prayer shall be mine, that .fie sunshine of love may illumine our f outhandthe moonlight of friendship con ' le our decline," and great sobs ot anguish (most choked his utterance. Determined ot to be out done in pathos while deeply ffected by his weighty manner of delivery, e instantly replied, t4,Go forth to the cold 'orld, oh, Levi. 'Twas ever thus. From hildhood's hour Pve seen my fondest opes decay, I never had a piece of bread artlcularly large and wide, but . it Iways fell upon the floor and always on ie buttered side." He looked at us in a eculiar mariner and ejaculated "original?" No, more, no, more," we replied, as we ressed him to our aching breast.' The lemn leave taking over, we beheld him iount the chariot, that was waiting at tha cor, and the procession moved towards its estination. The brightness caused by his trewell smile had not yet departed, as eated on the end board of his chariot he 'aeamed upon us when we uttered a shriek of horror and ran toward him. We thought him killed. But our. fear, though natural; was. groundless. Sitting, as we said, on the end board, a sudden spring forward of the noble beasts who were drawing hlm caused him to turn a flip-flap out on to the street.- Rushing frantically to where he lay struggling to obfa-in an erect position. we found his coat-tail pointing towards heaven, so that he had sustained no other injury than to have the wind knocked out of him. Getting assistance and several leverp, he was raised to his leet, and the , procession again moved on. As we before remarked, the City Clerk's office is moved. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Friday, April 19, 1867. NEIL HOUSE. JH Harwood. Cleveland: C S Cannon. New York: "A Beatv, Burlinsh:im, U; O W Stien, Philadelphia; J W White. M D. Lancaster. O : H Hedaes. Chi cago :'A A Kicbard, Cleveland ; W A Goodman, Cincinnati; J al rtronse, ruiiaaetpnia; J r Stew art, Burlingham, 0;SB lamlin, Cleveland; Joseph Out beraon. Syracuse. IX I: jonn it rait. Uincio- rat;; CA Hosenbaum, ew 1 ork ; a Cash Lane, Boston, fiisss ; Altera neiter, ritwourgD, rennsyl vania : Charles A Davidson. Cleveland. Ohio Chr es K cblield. New York; F Ford, C evelnnd, UQio: a j u KuarK, oomersecr. unio: j xsucnier. 15urnnsoatn, unio; n lapsing, rvew ioik; j a uit son, Cineinnati, Ohio; Geo ge Z Wonk, Philadel- nhia. f: an jacnaon. ieveiana. K'aiu: u t Jon. Now Y-ork; B N Kowe and wife, Dayton. Ohio; T B A DaTH, Pittshu-sh, Pa: Thomas J lloyt, Mew York: Will's H liilknao. rhiladelDtiia: fa: Jme, Johnson, Pitts onrsh. Pa; P Houston, New York; James M rlamlin. Miss Al iNIoney, JiifsJ Moonoy Pittcbnrsh. fennsvlvnia: A 1 rratt. fiew York; T Stewart and wife. Indianapolis. Indiana: W L Patterson, Oolumbu-". Ohio; 13 in ah W illiams, Mays ville, Ohio; Edward Payne, Cincinnati; S H Brown, Buffalo, New York; John Lynch. Junction City. Kansas; t 11 lloyt, KostoB, jviassacnusetts; vvmil JSlee and wile. Cleveland, Ohio; W Miller and wi c. Delaware. Uhio; V a JbaircbUd. JNew I oit; Li I) My ers, city. UNITED STATES HOTEL. t O C Stevens. Winchester. Ohio: Lindon E Fry. Winchester, Ohio; R D Kellog. Rochester, New York; It tl BasworK and laay, Uiicieville Ohio; V J Stevenson, Cardinston, Ohio; J M Duaim. M'unt Gilead.Ohio; MUBently. Kentucky; Ths D Fiteh, Circleville. Ohio; T Edward Harwood, Newark, Ohio: S 'l ippett. Groveport. Ohio: Mis3 L Carry. Lanater, Ohio; H Uarns, Urbana, Ohio: Stewart J Beebe. ' adiz. Ohio: James E lieebe. Cadiz O;)io: Charles Pontius Groveport. Ohio; Pred Urown, Groveport. Ohio; W Uuiniugli, city: Al Kocher, Loohbourne. Ohio; Win Wright and lady. Indian apolip, Indiana; Mrses Walton, Groveport. Ohio; Airs ahrceder, uarnsourg. unio: 1 1 (laidner. Washinetin. Orio; I) C Parmelee. New York; M M.vrrs, Weaterville. Ohio; J C Mine. London. Onio; J V Sykos. Sprinefield, Ohio; Mrs Hoover, Denni- son, Olio; Mrs Kobb', do; M Miller and lady, Dela ware. Ohio; John L Green, city: Geo MolTit. Circle- rille, Ohio; Wyalt Minshal, London, Ohio; A A Freeman. Meohaniosnrz. Ohio: Andrew Peters. Rov- a'ton. Ohio; T Cash Lane, Boston, A'ass; VV G Allen, Weaterville, Ohio; Mi Osgood, Circleville. Ohio; John R Northup, Wortbinct-on, Ohio; J M Beemer, ao; i nos n iyon, ao: j onus onneii, at Liouis, Mo; Kj Hi aeymore, uroveport, unio. GOODALE HOUSE. A Brown, Zanesville; EP Strong, Zanesrille; J WPhisterer, U S A; Ohas Snl.ivant. Zaneill-, Capt Geo C dull, Zanesyille; M A Shipley, Phila delphia; J C McClelland, London; W L Jones, do; A JJunkin, do; J C Arerj, Delaware. AMERICAN HOUSE. LHBrnwn, Buffalo, NY; R Field, Philadelphia J A Tajlor, city; Ur K Cone, city; H O Ward.Znes: rille; A F Metgitt. St Louis; W E Ranson, Illinois: a juaueueiu, oaioui, oiw. . An employee of the Statesman office is busily engaged in circulating a subscrip tion paper among the gamblers, saloon I keepers ana other "bummers" of the city, L for the purpose of obtaining money with keepers and other "bummers" of the city, which to test the legality of the Metropol Journal of yesterday. lite, pronounce. ; and it " will go ently." 'Will the ) ployee?;:x ,,;J, of I wrm a.i . .... wm me journal iniorm us what "em ployee" of thi3 office has been "circula- ung," auove specinea r xne men em ployed on this paper, without an excep- A. 3 a .a tiou, m language more empnatic than po- A.1 T - ' uie journal man a mar, nigh to be thought so pres- Jourhal say which em Journal of yesterday. Religious Services To-Morrow. : First Fjiesbyteki an CHPECH-kJor-ierorTMr?"' and State street. Rev'. W. R. Marshall willpreaol at 1 1 o'olock A. M., and at 7X P. Al. Sabbath Schoo. at 0130 A. M. Second Fbisbtterian Church Third etree between State and Town. Rev. E. D. Morris wil PfMAb. at 11 A. M..and at7i P.M. Sabbath Schot Presbyterian Church Mission At Soldier? Home. Re. Mr. MeSweeiy will preach at 11 A. hi and at 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M. ' St. Patrtci's Church North Seventh stree- Kt. Key. S. H. Rojecrans, pastor. Masa J;30, 9 an, 10 A. M.: Vespers at S. Emanuf.l's Church Evangelical Associatiot (German), Sooth Third s;reet between Snnth Pub no lane and College street. Rev. Lewis Haumam will preach at 10:W A. M- and Ttf P. M. Sabbat1 Softool at 2:30 P. M. i . , i , .. CTnivkrsalift Church Third street 'betwee' Town and Rich. Rev. Mr Brace, pastor Ser vice to-morrow at 11 A. M. and 7 H. M. Sabbatl School at 3:30 P. M- - . . Westminster Presbyterian CnuRCH Corne of State and Sixth. Rev. H. M. KooerUon wil. preach at 11 A. M. and at 3:301. ll.: rj c , f i . . i uw n ot. jii. cj. uhukuh i own street near tiign. my. u.A. van Anaa wilt preach at 11 A. M.and7i P.M. Sabbath School at A.M. Viest United Brethren Church TCt Tn.n street. Rev. Wm. B. Davis will preach at 11 A. M : and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 2:30. ' Y. M. f!. A . Rnn (?nmnr nf T,oh T 3 Prayer meeting at 6:30 A. M. . Prison (TiTTitriT Oliin PBit.nf.;r X n Bycrs will preach at 11 A, M. Church of tru TIoi.v Cross Rnrnur f f and Richstreet8. Rev.J B. Hemsteger, pastor. Mass at 730 and -10 A. Jl.i vespers at 2:30 St. Pint's rwrmrit f KTiiscnrml l.('nmAf Tvi.j and Mound streets. Service to-morrow at 11 A M aod 3:30 P.M. Sunday School at 9 JO A. M. Wesley- Cakwr .'Knrt.h TTtfY. w.t Long and Gay. Rev,, C. E.Felton will preach at 11 A. M. and 7i P. M. ' - Union Rnnniv Rrnnnr. At , T: n . Commence at 9 o'clock A- M. J. J. Davis. SuDt First 'Baptist Cur-Row f.nmnr r -Dtt. --.j and Third streets. Rev. Geo. (5. Ch cervices at 11 A. M and Thi P. M. . Grand Zouave Ball. -The Coldstream Zouaves will give a Grand Ball, at thotr Armory, on Town street, opposLte Gwvnne Block, on Monday eveninar, April 22d. A good time is anticipated, i , ; aprll9-d3t . r - - - -. .... t B.EMEMBER. ROBACK'S " BLOOD PlLLS" are made both plain and sugar coated, and so thickly coated as. to make them perfect ly tasteless, thus doing, away with the ob- ection most persons have to swallowing a pill. The sugar coating does not lessen their action, as it readily dissolves in the stomach. . The office of the Columbus Oil Refinery has removed to room No. 4. .Tnhnemn building, up stairs. All orders left at the office will receive prompt attention. Best quality of oil always on hand at lowest market price. B. F. Rees & CO. d6w-ths&3at Just the Weather tou Young Ducks.' But very bad for consumptives and peo ple predisposed to pulmonary weaknesses. To all such the spring season is very try- ng, anrt great care should be taken to keep the body dry and warm, and all irritation of the throat and bronchial tubes allayed at once. The soothing properties of Coe's Congh Balsam render it the consumptive's best friend, while all recent cases very readily yield to its curative power. It is pleasant, safe, sure and cheap. aprl7-dawlw. Piano Tuning:. Orders left at J. Harris & Co.'s Store, No- 30 North nteh street, will be attended tn y ' 1 ' E. C-ORKELISON. OCt27-tf Commence Now. In another column will be found the con gratulatory address .of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee to the Democracy of Ohio upon the cheering political prospects before them. This is a carefully prepared add reps, and shows that the Democracy must be tri urnphant if the proper course is pursued ac tne coming tall elections- In order to make this triumph sure and last- ng. It is the duty of everv Democrat to sro to work now, and work until the ld-s of October crown your effort with the golden wreath of success. You have a harvest be fore you, and each one can do a little to ward gathering the grain. There is no man Due wnat nas some influence, and if he uses that influence properly, triumph will be his reward in the outcominsr. ...-' The proposed constitutional amendment will without doubt be defeated, but it is necessary. that the instigators go with it. They must be taught the Connecticut les son, and in teaching it to them it should be so thoroughly impressed upon their minds as to render it everlasting. Then let every Democrat go to work at once, keep the true iesue before the people by placing in their hands documents and Democratic pa pers, and next tail we will witness the Downfall and burial of the most corrupt and damning political party that ever cursed a once happy and prosperous na- Zanesville Signal. The Election Yesterday. Two years ago Mayor Rice was elected by a majority of 5,629. In November last, the Republican maiority in the city was G.8C7. Mayor Rice was re-elected yesterday by the reduced majority of 3 938. This is a very handsome Democratic gain, certainly. iJut even a better result that this is the gain of four Aldermenby the Democracy, viz i.omisliv in the bth vvard,Casselman in the 12th, Sehiiiz in the 14th, and Mansur in the 16th. Altogether, the Democracy of Chicago have-Teason to be proud of their work in this contest. Next time, they will do better still, and they inty look lorward to com plete triumph in the great trial of Novem Chicago Times. Tm? city of Davenport contains a Radi cal Republican maiority of 800 to 1.000. At the recent election the platform of liepub- hcanism was laid aside and political tern perence thrust forward in its place. Re suit: The anti-Maine law ticket wa3 Chicago Times. Times. In other words, eight hundred of the "party of great moral ideas," of. "God and humanity, sold their principles lor whisky in a single city. A glorious record indeed Detroit Free Press. CAKPETIJGS. J. J. BICKLT, E. P. HOWELL, 3. A. JEFFREY R1CKLY, HOWELL & CO.. -WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALERS IN OARPETINGrS, OILCLOTHS. MATTINGS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES. DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, ETC., AT LOW PRICES ! ! HO. 1641 MAII STREET, JJSAB FOTTBTH. : J, -s CINCINNATI OHIO. an23 d6mim PASSAGE TO AND HUITl GREAT BriUin and Ireland, by Steamship jj,nd Sai'i ing Packet, at reduoea raie-. irawi i xsku A CO.. 86 South street, and 23 Broadway , e York, continue to issue Passage Tickets, availabl tor IWelTa monins, iruiu iwuuuu, ui,sryuui, i Queenstown, and -Drafts, -payable pn demand, fo any amount, iron. . 4. mchl4-wly , Bankers. Columbus. Great Excitement at the North End IP TOU WAN a a a uniir, Tnn'i unit of ClothinK 10 per cent, cheaper thb the same can be bad anywhere else in this tow-, call at LOUIS KAflN'S ClothinK Emporium, Hi 246 North High street, Columbus, Ohio. apriiam .7;i . rr . Detroit Free Press. NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH. The Speech of King William Excites The Speech of King William Excites Distrust. ; ' : London, April 19. Dispatches received here from Berlin, state that the speech of King vvuiiam on closing .Parliament, ex cites distrust throughout Uermania. Financial. ; Pakis, April 19. Bourse dull and heavy. itences aecunea one a ranc. FROM NEW YORK. Mexican Affairs. New Yokk, April 19. The Herald's Mex ico City correspondent, dated March 17, says: Juan z has given orders to his offi cers to grant Maximilian an escort and honorable -treatment to any point on the coast which he shall select as a point of em barkation, provided be is captured. Money ; was becoming scarce In the Imperial cof fers, and the Financial Minister had thrown up his portfolio in disgust. Skirmishes took place every day at the gates of Mexico City tThe savage order of Miramon,. inflicting death upon all prisoners captured, : was countermanded by Maximilian.. ; The story of Escobedo'-s defeat is believed to have been concocted in the Capital. The Aus trian garrison ' were looking out for the earliest opportunity to leave the country. The Peabody Educational Fund. ' Dr. B. Sears, General Agent for the Pea body Educational Fund, has issued a cir cular giving a somewhat detailed statement of the mode in which the trustees -propose to apply the noble charity committed to their charge. He says the direct aim of the agent will be to encourage and aid common schools in the South that is, schools'estab lished, supported and ; superintended by Southern people themselves. Apart from this leading object, the founding and main tenance of schools will not come within his plan. Usually, appropriations in moderate amounts will be made . when; : schools are languishing or liabie to be suspended for want of means of support. Similar aid, it necessary, will be given ' in places unsup- plied with schools, whenever citizens shall introduce them and undertake their sup port. Air such aid i3 to be regarded tem porary. In selecting schools to be aided or places to be supplied with them, those to be preferred in which destitution is great est and number to be benefitted largest. Normal school or schools having normal de partments will receive particular attention. A. small ' number of these furnishing the most perfect models of instructions, will be considered ' as more important than a larger number ot inferior character. Here, also, it is the purpose of agents to aid others in their work, and not to assume the support of such schools. Appropriations 'will be made only when trie conditions stipulated between individuals and cor porations and the general agenfhave been j8trietly complied with. Funds will not b ; given to literary or professional schools, as such applicants will make estimate of the least possible , amount necessary to meet their wants, and report the same at once to i Mr; Seats, general agent, or Johu E. Ames. ; general traveling agent, Atlanta, Ga. Spe jcial arrangements may sometimes be made ' with these for the purpose of encouraging ' industrial arts, or the education of teachers. : The agent will not identify his efforts with ; any other association by; placing Tunds at . the disposal of its managers, but in any con : nection he may hold with benevolent or re ligious societies he . will pursue bis own specific object by such means and appli ances as he snau 6eiecc. ai present mere shall be no agencies except a few in which services rendered will be gratuitous. The agent will not, except in a few exceptional cases, have occasion to employ teachers; he can therefore aid such in obtaining places only by giving their names to the j School Commissioners. : . : Express Car Burned. The express car of last night's express train going west on the Erie road took fire near Chemung station, from sparks from the engine, totally destroying the contents consigned to parties west, in care of the United States and Merchant's Union Ex press; loss $30,000.. The safes containing the money packages were saved. ..The ex press messengers had a narrow escape. Corn Sent to Mobile. Fourteen thousand bushels of corn were sent to Mobile to-day by the Southern Re lief Association. . Carpenters' Strike. All the carpenters except about one hun dred returned to work at four dollars per day. Those who are still striking are tak ing up subscriptions to raise a fund where with they intend starting in the city a co operative carpencers' shop. The Plasters Association will not ask for an increase of wages if the Governor signs the eight hour law. : - ' The tailors have denounced the employes who will not yield to the two hours shorter time on Saturdays, which they demanueo Carpenters' Strike. Fortieth Congress---First Session. SENATE. WASHINGTON, April 19. : Mr. WILSON" returned to the Senate. Mr. HENDERSON offered a resolution providing there be printed for the use of tue Senate 2U,uuu copies oi me report oi tne Secretary, of the Interior givinjr Inlorma tion ot-the number, location, &;., of the various tribes of Indians, and 500 copies ot the War Department report, lteferred to the Printing committee. - . - The Senate went into Executive session On re-openins the doors, . ' - -Mr. .ANT1IONY offered a resolution. Which was adopted, tor the appointment ot a committee to wait on the President and inform him, unless behave some lurther communication to make, the Senate will adjourn to-morrow at 4 o'clock. ' The CHAIR appointed Messrs. Anthony, "Fessenden and Johnson such commitree. - The Senate .resumed Executive session. At a subsequent stage of the proceed ings, Mr. ANTHONY, from the above-named Committee, reported that ' they had ' per formed the duty assigned them,' and the President . requested them to iuform the Senate that he would to-day "make some lurther Executive communications, butit present he knew no reason why the Senate should not adjourn at the time fixed. The Senate took a recess from 5 until 7:30 o'clock. FROM VIRGINIA. State Republican Convention. i ! New Yokk. April 19. The Herald's Washington special says: The Virginia State Republican Convention met In that citv, yesterday, fof the purpose of form ni a Republican party in the State. The majority-of delegates consisted of colored men. . Huunicutt and several colored sneakers addressed the meeting.' A per manent organization was agreed upon, a id v officers elected. . - - ? r j- ; Prospects of a Good Tobacco Crop. Foktkkss Monroe, April 19. Informa tion received from the south-western part of Virginia, says that the prospects ot the tobacco crop are very favorable around Lynchburg. Prospects of a Good Tobacco Crop. FROM BOSTON. Decision Relative to the Capture of the Steamer Syren. Boston, Apjil 10. The House commit- tee on Kailroads unanimously reporlt'U a hill in favor of crantinff a State credit ol $3,000,000 to the Boston, Hartford & Erie railroad. Judire Lowell, ot the United States Dis trict Court, decided that the Clyde built steamer Syren, captured in Ashley river, Charleston, when Charleston surrendered, and which was brought to this port and con deinned as a prize, was a prize to the Gov ernment and: not the blockading fleet, as claimed by the Government. Her capture was as ujucu we icsuiii ui uuij umcij ing as of the navy. . FROM CANADA. Going to Resign. . , New Yobk, April 19. The Ilerald's Mon treal special says : It is reported that the 'three reform members ot tne Government, Hon. Messrs. Black; AMcDougal and How , land,are going to resign, in order, that they tnav be free to follow the policy of the new reform party in Canada "West. This would break up the coalition. . xue iact tnat con federation, for which a coalition was form ed,- has been carried,' gives ah air of cor . -rectness to tha report.. ; t?k ' Going to Resign. The First Vessel this Season. j ' Buffalo; April : 19.The' schooner: I?e public,' laden with iimerfdr'Toledov Was towed through the ice to clear water, last - evening, ; biie is tne fcrst vessel irom Buf falo this season. A' boat arrived from De troitws afternoon, .-'i - .- j FROM WASHINGTON. Mexican Affairs. New York, April 19. The Herald's spe cial says: The exfeutive session of the Senate to-day was largely devoted to the discussion ot Mexican affairs, and Mr.llay mond's nomination for the Austrian mis sion. Reverdv Johnson's resolution favor ing mediation in the event of Maximilian's Cftpture, and also offering the services of the united btates Government to adjust exist inff difficulties between the friends and ene mies of the Mexican Republic, was debated at great length, but without arriving at auy definite conclusion. Messrs. Sumner, Johnson, and several other Senators, spoke warmly in favor of mediation, but there were some gentlemen who opposed the idea of the Government offering its good offices in behalf of Maximilian. The principal ob jection urged against the resolution was that Maximilian deserved the worst fate that might befall bim, as a punishment for the cruelties sanctioned by him In the case of captured guerillas. It is not true, as stated in some, papers, that Senator John son's resolution recommended annexation, or even a protectorate over the Mexican Re public. - ; Iron Miners' Strike at an End. The Herald's snecial say : The miners' strike at Dover, New Jersey, i3 at an end, most oi the miners going to worK again at me old rates. Maximilian Wounded. The Herald says: The Mexican lega tion at Washington, ha? unofficial informa tion that Maximilian was on .hiswayto the city of Mexico, having been wounded in the arm at Queretaro. . . Arrest of the Supposed Brooklyn Robbers. The Tribune's SDecial savs : Three men have been arrested on suspicion of having stolen the $175,000 from the Brookly Navy xara a year or two since. t is stated mat these three men have been doing business for some time past as brokers in Wall street, under assumed names, and that one of them has served a short term in the penitentiary since the commission of the robbery. : - Nothing has been Done in Reference to the International Convention. No steps have been taken towards the International Convention between Spain, Chili and 'Peru, which was to have been held at this city. - It has transpired here that the summons to Messrs. Trenholm & Co., to appear before the Judiciary Impeachment Commission, wa based on the allegation that a million ol dollars In gold had been paid to secure the pardon of blockade runners. The Wheat Crop. Washington. April 19. The monthly report of the Department of Agriculture ays there are favorable Indications ot a good wheat crop. Refused to Express an Opinion. Washington, April 19 The nomination of Mr. Raymond as Minister to Austria. was laid upon the table in the Senate this afternoon. - The Senate refused to express an opinion whether the mission was vacant or not. Sidney Howard Gay was nomin ated for U. S, Assessor. ' FROM BALTIMORE. Workingmen's Political Union—The Suit of General Wool Progressing. Baltimore, April 19. The worklngmen of this citv have organized a Working- men's political TJ nion, on the platform of the National Labor Congress, held here last fall. . - , The suit aorainst Major-General John E. Wool, for false imprisonment during the war, is progressing in the U. S. Circuit Court, and attracts much public interest, as other cases are pending on the result. : Convention of Southern Newspaper Proprietors. Atlanta, Ga, April 18. A Convention of Southern newspaper proprietors was held here to-dar, when a President and Board of Directors was elected, with in structions to organize a system of tele graphic service lor the Southern press ex clusively.; - Destroyed by Fire. Terre Haute. Ind April 19. A fire occurred at Paris, 111., lat night, destroy- njr three stores. Loss about $20,000: in sured for $6,800. II. R. Livingstone is the nrinci pal loser. Loss $10,000: insured for $5,000. Fire. Cincinnati, April 19. A fire atPomery, last night, destroyed Nye, Williamson & Co.'s flour mill. Cook & Co.'s machine shop and seven dwellings. Loss $100,000. Amount of insurance not stated. Dropped Dead. San Francisco, April 17. Doctor Ben jamin u. uoit, pioneer pnysician oi an r-sician Ol fcan the Street last I- rancisco, dropped tleacl iu night. Cause heart disease. LEA &, PERRIES UaU. X as i.aviaW Worcestershire Sauce ! PRONOUNCED BY CONNOISSEURS TO BB THB EXTRACT of a Lkttek from Medical Gentleman et JJDKSto bis Brother at "Only Gooi Sauce" Wokckptkr, May, 1851. "1 "Tell Lka A Per- AND APPLICABLE TO rins that their Sauce HV"rl is highly esteemed in Every V arlel j India, and is. in my opinion, the moctpsl a table n" well as the -mnst wholesome OP Sauce that is made. The success ol this most delicious and unrivaled condiment bavire caused msny unprincipled deal- era to apply the name to Spvriou C&mpewida,tb9 Public is respectfvUy and earnestly requested to see that the vamps of Lea A Perhins are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL. STOPPER and BOTTLE. Manufactured by LEA & PER R INS," Worcester 4 JOHN I IICAi,S SOWS, ... Agents for the United State. NEW YORK, octl7 is2tawwAs-ly Cleanse the Blood. WITH CORRUPT or tainted Blood, tou are sick all over. It may nrst out in rimples or Sorei.orin same active dif- ease.or it may merely Keep vou lUtles?, depressed and good for nothing, but -u cannot have eood health. vhi'e your blood is lm- oure. ayers Sabsapa- KILLA pargei out these ijipurities: it exoels dis ease and restores health .fimni.tu tharoana nf life into vicoroua action. r. UU L' 1 lA uiuiv.i " - n . I 1 , Hence it rapidly cures a variety oi cuuiyiaiuwi u,u are csusea oy luipuriiT ui "". Scrofvln.or Ainu's tu, ivmirrg, t;er , oww, Fire, Rose or Jrveiptla, JUier or oat jtnenm. j-- t -. . 1. Stall Ilead. Jtina Woim. uancer or wnevrov, i u- tin n Tr-miL,tvU.M &u7rio. white. Sterility, also' SyphilU or Venereal diseases. Liver Com plaints, and Iltart Ueaes. Try ayke s oabsa- pakili.a. and see lor yourseu lutsuifiuiw ni,ii,jr with wuichitcleansestne oioou aimcura luosbuio- IliiriniT Trn vetLTH the DUDUC DSTB uern uiisieu u.r lareo bottles pretendins to sire a quart ot txtract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Alost 01 these nave heon frauds upon tne mck, lor ioy uub oujjt uuiiu littlo. if any, Sarsapanlla. bototten nocuranve m credient whatever. lience.bitterdisappointineHthas rilla wh;ch flood the market, until the name itse f has ivi 1 111 nt 1 hf various cxirauia vi nureaua-! become synonymous witn lniposvuon ana coat. own wo call this c rorxiund. ftarsirarui8, ana intoou to supply such a remedy as snail rescue the name from tho load of obloquy which rests upon it. We think wn have eronnd tor believing it has virtues whi h are irresistible by tne class 01 aisease 11 is in- nnilerf tit mire. We can assure the sick, tBat we offer them the bet alterative we know how .to pro duce, and we have reason to believe, it is by far the most enectual punner or me moon yci aiwuvermi. Atvi's Cbkrkt Pectoral, is so universally known to surpass every other medicine for tne cure c f A..nka f?nlla InflnonvA. 1-inA.rflAnpRS. 4rnno. Kmnxhiria I noini nri 1. 1 )nnRumDtion. and for the relief of Cohsumptive PatientB in advanced stages of the diiiease. ibat it is useless nere xo recouns iuevr jr. nf ita virtnps The world knows them. and sold bv G. Roberts, Columbus, wholesale and rreDarea oy uk. j.v. Aisna jaj"o"i.i.i retail, and by all drugRists. apr8-dtww2m Columbus Gas Light & Coke Co, H15 ANNUAL MEETING OF TOE Stockholders of this Uompa j will be held at their office on. ; . ; . ' , luenaay, z;;a aaf ei apni) !! fnr Via lclinn nf a. Ttnaril nf Diritr. and SUCh other business as mav Tjronerlr come hefor the meeting A. B. EOBINSON; Columbus. O.V April 11.1867. Secretary. aprl2-L10t ,'. BOARDING v tiik " i A w oil avasat.aa.aA.-a- nus. n rri Rast isortn street, a. tew uentie men can be accommodated wun nice pleasant rooms and board. Also, a few families can beao- nnrr,TnnAtfA with nice front rooms. U newlvpa-l peied and painted, and furnished with new Furni-I ture, 11 appiicauuu ia uuuo ivvu, v&u iu aprlT-dlTr . - 1 ' COMMERCIAL New York Money Market—April 19. MOSEY Easier; 4S6 per cent, for cu lutu if tne inside rate for ffnvernnoeDU. STERLING EXCHANGE r'lrm at9)9J gold for first elaes bills, r v. r ,'?;' - ' GOLD Active, excited ail decidedly Tugher; openiog at 128. advancing" to 139 X, and declining to 137: closing a130i. Tran actiona to-day were. ' atreet sales, te board rKt helns in cession. s . GOVEKNMENT STOCKS-Withoat decided .hange. i f t ;,-.,&' Cincinnati Money Market—April 19. MONEY Market eaV at 10 per cant. V G()LD--Rain 137K. aodeellingat I3$il. vVr EXCHANGE Firm at par buying. , 5 r r 7 New York Stock Market—April 19. Good Friday was very generally observed in finan cial circles, stoett; gold exchanges and mining boat being closed. Snt-treasurr and banks being opefr for business, as the day is not a legal bollidar; but bankers and brokers offioee were closed except or payment of drsfts and fulfilling of-maturing eoa traet. Closinc prie wre as follow -. - STOCKS-Ohio Certificates M23; New York? Central 7JS97i; trie 66?S5U; Reading 9999: Michisan lonheii 666H; fntbnn!i asww: Krc c island 85?i8G- Northwestern 31?i3i v: do preferred 6S68 , t Fort Way n 81 W. ' New York Market—April 19. ' COTTON-rW-rv. and declined Icj sa'es f mic dling uplands at 55o. - -..ArftVa : t-L.OUri Maraet opened firmr elosed quiet and slightly baovant in favor of buyer? prtoea however' without decided ehanee; sales at 1 2511 00 for superfine rtate and western;: U 50 1 3 for extra! western; 13 1014 or choice do; $12 2613 S5 for shipping brands of extra round hoop Ohio; $13 ii& WHISKY Quiet. -v.-1(- ,-v-r. ltK ' WHEAT Market opened firm, and elosed doU, anddrnopine; sales No 2 Milwaukee at f2 6i)2 6'' sales of 15.000 bu white California to arrfye front1 Liverpool within 10 das on private terms.' 1 . ; ry P Qiiiot; sales at. western $2 4 8 2 51. and7stat9 at $165. BAKL.EY Qiliet;salea Canada West free at $rJ deliverable at Albany f wiuut . BARLEY MALT DulL -.-.;-: s? ! FE AS Firmer; Canada free $1 40- - ; ''"! CUS Market lj better; sales at tl 801 30Vtf for nixed western in store, and $1 32. do afloat; $1 314aI J32 for western yellow in store. .... .-rv , r -: vr ;.; i ' OATS Moderately active at 7174o for western; ?So f r choice do; 78S80o for state, i , ; EICE Steady; sales at 1015o for Carolina. : COfe'FFjj Heavy 1 v . lma I SDGAR Is i'ehijtrieT;Out)a1(fa10e. j MOLA.8SES Steady; sales Cuba at waiOSei - ':''.p ; PETROLEUM Unchanged;' ftrueat 18o.- refined in bond 2727Xo; ' ' HOPS-Quiet at3(XS65o? ' FORK Steady and less active: sales at $33 75 S3 9) for new mess; closing at $22 2 cash; $23 for prime old do; $193119 50 for prime, and $21 7522 for prime mess; also mess at $23 27, buyers' option, lor for May ' rj - i-c !..-- :. to 5 BEEF-Steady sales at 1221 for plain mess, in 2323 50 for new extra mess. : i BEEF HAMS Quiet sales at $34(335 for prima mess, and $40 for India. mess. ,?,' ,- pBa COM Quiet and steady; sales at -JO'SlOVo1 ! v Cumberland cut; llill o Sot ehoJt ribbed,'! ' iiie for short ribbed clear; M) for long ribbed, and - Ic for bellies. 7 , j , t 4. CUT MEATS-Uncbanged.f ' V LARD A shade firmer and ia moderate -demand-1 i ales atl2X13o for new, ' u , i CHEESE Quiet at 1318Xc; ' ; niJ LATEST—5 P. M. . FLOUR Closed dvll and 510q lower on common "de . . .i i WHEAT-Dull and 12o lower on sprinrwithi ore desire to realize; No 2 spring $3 55 I 65; ,N j rng2 702 60; winter red and and amber $e00o 32; white western $3 2o3 35: ' white- California' '18893 35. . , ' - . ..I RY K-Qniet al $1 48l 53 for western. .' . BARLEY Quite steady. i ; CO KN Hosed active and firmer; $1 31 in store d $1 33 afl. at for shipping mixed western , . OATS Steady at 72 ft 75 for western. V . PORK Steady; rew mes S22 80c22 85 cash and 'gular; closing at $22 8122 23 casn, and $22 So.fox eular:' ' ! . '. ,4 , BEEF In Mr request and steady. ,..,'; ? CUT MEATS Nominally unchanged. ' . BACON Rather more active: WJao for Cumber-j nd m;ddUngrf j .- , . . ,1 , LAUD Fairly active at 12si3c for fair to prima lam. refined; 13 13Xc for Kettle rendered. Cleveland Market—April 16. FLOUR City-madeXX sprinK. from Wo. 1 wheat 4 00 14 SO; do dn fmm No. 2 whext. S13 5014 00: red winter fU 00ift -00; XXX -white wintea 18. ' - W HEAT Sales 3 car Milwkee spripRM' 3 CO sn acvance of IPc. CORN-Salel car new sYelled on track a95o; 4 rs new shelled from store at 98c; 6.000 bu do do. i .vers' option lat half of month, at $1 00. OATS Sales 2 cars No. 1, from store, at 67e.- "! BARLEY -Quiet and nominal at $1 801 25; for nda: 85 4 90c for ttUte. - : - FORK No. 1 city-paoked mess at $23 00; No. 3 do 822 00; clear 25 00. . LARD Uncba-iged and demand moderate; sales 400 lbs city rendered 14o in firkins and J3Xo in 'erces; country rendered 12(g12e.- .-. :i SMOKED MEATS Sales 1,500 lbs sugar-cured :1ms at 15o: 1,500 lbs plain hams at 14c; shoulders . 11c; dried beef at 22c; breakiast bacon 15c; clear b bacon at 13c. MESS BEE i! No. 1 city-packed $18 00;" extra, -es2. - ' . ; .- -. , ..' B0TTER The best qualities western reserve are fficult of sale at 2526c; while common grades are ot wanted at any figures.- .. -, ..s CHEESE In good demand, lignt stock, and fixift 1 1V3 18o for good to cho ce dairy and factory. EGGS Quiet and Heady at 20o. - -T HIGHW1NES Dull and steady at 25 ! ALCOHOL AND SPIRITS Alcohol. 98 percent.. i $4 4094 45; Cologne Spirits. 96 per cent., 65;' Neutral Proof Spirits $2 432 48. r- .: Cincinnati Market—April 18. FLOUR Unchanged: demand better and the feel- ins firmer ' ' ' WHEAT NemlnallT nnchaneed: not enuu eh of fering to establish prices. -' . ' . CORN Firmer and prices were l2o htghemt elose. galas of mixed at 43S5a ia elevator, andf67o in sacks. OATS OjenedduU. but closod firmer; sales of So t at 6566o in elevator. ' ' fr KXhhirroer; pales arl 67. , , ' , ; t -BARLEY Drchanscd. ' ' el'A , v ' - COTTON Dull; no demand, and prices liominal. "WHISK Y Dull at 26o in bond. . . . BUliK MEATS-Nominallj unchanged.' ; l iiAKU Hold at 12i13c. -, .. . BUTTER Very dull and prices lower: prime to choice roll 2729c. ' . EUGS In large supply and prices .declined to 15 lncperdoe'. 1 ' . '' ' salable at better than til 75 on demand! t3 40S 50 fnr flx. .,...-,..... ,.. .. . . I 1 i I I NEW SPEINO GOODS! CLOTHS, VELVETS, CASSinaEREsTi GENTLEMEN'S. FURNISHING GOODS, 'BOYS AND cmLUREN'S .1 f m m It 1 uj STOCK COMPLETE! r J . r: : ALL THE LATEST STYLES ! 3 J 5 Oomo and. So 1 . CLARK & NKWANDER NO!' 131 SOUTH mCLT-STfvo apr30-deodly-mhl5 i. -.i; g. a ij-J LOUIS . ; BBRG&, & CO., : 'r' " '- MAlNUIACTURKKS OF,. j ; t,ry GRAND AND SQTJA.KJE ; Waterpoms--91. ; BIcecker ; Street, . (Second Block west of Broadway) f Iff .E W. T O THE PIANOS MANUFACTURED BY this firm are indorsed bv all iheleadins artists . of the country for their powerful, clear, brilliant and sympathetic tore; also for tbeir durTbility and excellent woramansnip. oeveu viciavas Aasewooa Pianos, with our araud French repeating , act ion. carved less, scroll desk and lyre, and a written guar antee for Ave yer, for $300 $350. Circulars tfon aining full descriptive lists, with recommendations rom all parts of the country,- sent free on applicat ion. ; 8epll-eodly-nov0 Paving Notice. j j ... '. (HTY CLARK'S 6 FFTnR: 'i ".:'::;Comjxbcs. p., March 19, 1867.1 : Notice is hereby given that proceed 'ncs naVe been i i- Inst tuted in the City Council of Columbus' for ' making the follow in improvementa,to-wit 1 1 a - For a Five foot brick Seweri with nine inch wall. from Center a'leyto New street. . .. The same to be done in accordance withpiatsfeiid estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer, and filed in the oSee of the City lOlerk: .v - i '- All persona ataiming damages on account of said proposea improvements, are required to file their - 1. .1.: .a., .t .i.m i li - claims in the office of the Clerk, 'in writinft-' or ': before the Third dayof May AV D 1867, - in.- t.t i'.i v yiqc!:v Xn E. WILSON . Bjch81-ltaw4w4 , .;,lityVierK. A. NOTICE 1 S ITEBEBT GIVEN THAT T1TR tTW- DERSIGNED has betnduly appoirte J "and 'Qualified as - Administrator of thai estate of .Detinia ! Jloriarty. late of iraaklin County, Ohio, deceased. uWUrwaw-O; , : , , . GiO. L. CON VEKSJS.