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Meteorological Table, prepared and corrected by W. J. Savage, Jeweler, 83 South IliKb. street. TUESDAY, May 14, 1867. U I O'clock. Barometer.- Thermometer. a.m. MM W ....... .(.. ....ft..,.,, ; 6 r. m. 18 96 M . II M 7 10 Sun "Rises 4 431 San FeU... ' 7. Misting of Candidates- There will be , & mMtinvAf all the candidates for the dlf- -r l ferent bfiices, at Thurman Hall, 6a Sat urday, May 18th, at 2 o'clock P. M. A full a attendance is requested, as business of im J ;portance will be attended to. ', r td . A Novkltt. Anew style of coiffure has ""appeared in Paris. The bead seems entlre lv covered over with curls, closely packed together, and raised toward the top of the . head with one or two long curls flowingon either side. J - . v? Tnie T.art Sao Ritk. The remains of i; 'ilenry No8emao, formerly of this city, who '; :lied at Newark on ..Sunday evening last, ' ' arrived here vesterdar on the cars, for In- f:' VArmant- in tha Catholic burvinz srouud, i i ava Ulll W a w " - m "attended by a large number of friends, j ; ' . . : . T i ' ' ' At thb Exhibitiox The tollowingis a llt of Ohloana reeistered at the office of B6wles,'l1revet & CoV24 pue .de la Palx, r Paris.,, for . the week ending April 26th i rtnMnTi,1--M; -W. ' Shlllitt. Mr. A. JZ. Hetehwav. Columbus Mr. IT. M. Mc Crackeriy Miss ' McCcackea i Day ton Mr. ,-EM. Wood.and wife. ..Hamilton Mr. B. Wilson.-' - ' ' A nvrrriD to HaLu Milton Clark, Jas. TT. Pitt Smith, and William Hutchinson, 7 the three boys we mentioned on Monday as being" arrested 1 foc robbing the :' counter ' drawer- of Thomas CarroH's grocery on Third street, were yesterday, admitted to V bail in the sum of $100 each, and were set -(at liberty. . .-r i ': v, ; ' Thk - Socthkks Bbxief Fund. There T has been collected tor the benefit of the destitute Souths in cash, ' in Columbus, ms.? fl1p4rto'the 't401" received" froml - Tuscarawas county, giving a total of $1,443 f thus far received ' at the First National ' Bank In this city- fot Southern Belief. Of T'this amount $600 has been sent South by . Mr. Devef, the agent; leaylng;$845 still in the bank.'. 1 ;.' . ' ;'. : ; ; . " . .. Pickivo Up Ltttlk ' Things. William 1 Kelly is of an acquisitive turn of jnind, also 4 (o hand. He is s gatherer in of- inconsid " erate trifles.' IlU power 6 1 reach is enor- ruoti3. His ideas on the subject of conflsca : tion equal those of that patriot and great '. statesman, the gentle Thad. Stevens. The difference is, William ddea, not confiscate so much at a time. iBut he keeps at It longer. "Officer McEwen saw Kelly gathering In -some little thtngs, and gathered hlm.'; The JMayor assessed a fine of $5 00 and costs on Kelly, and in default he went to prison. Court or Common Pleas. The trial of ' j John . Mullahy, . charged fwitt arson, con cluded yesterday morning, and resulted in iftftK Tn the case of Samuel. O. JJailey, charged with steal! rig a horse from Joslah Tom. of Franklin township, and sell ing it to a band of gipsies, the jury found a verdict of guilty:-:TheCjLurt:was.engaged in the afternoon la- the trial of James Gor don, charged, witlrgrand lareeny in steal lng a cow. , t-, 'M' -' r.isTOP rliJ At the. request of several la dies who have been the subject of vulgar remark by the crowd of men and boys who take their station on the railing in front of the 'Postofflce entrance nightly, we " call the attention ot the Marshal arid police fh rs.t- and ask that the ordinance be enforced. . It there is no law to prevent the nightly utterances of low and blasphemous lansruaze being poured in a steaay stream Into the ears of our women as they go to,the Postofflce, it. b time there was something to stop it. The lumber removed, now go torthe loafers.;.; '.' : J'. TTnw to Show Youb Lovk-Don't think of showing love by nonsensical compll ments, picking up handkerchiefs or gloves, or in carrying a tan: not in making your eelf fool by winking and 6eeming pleased with "foibles, or follies or faults; but show it by acts of real goodmss; prove by unequivocal deeds the high value you Bet": .'on your lady's health, and life, aud peace of mind : let your praise, of her . go tn thn full extent of her deserts, but let it be consistent with truth and with 6ense, and such as to convince her ol'ybur sincer ity. He who is the flatterer of hla wife only prepares her ears for the hypocritical stuff of others. -.; i- -; ' ' , Beceivino Stolen Good. wuitam a Ferguson, a negro, charged with receiving goods stolen from the railroad companies, knowing them to be. stolen, was before the Mayor for a hearing yesterday atterhoon. It 'will be remembered, that when James Hayes was arrested he had just disposed of ajiasket full of shoes to some one, and that they,'; together with Jman jr other things, were found in , the possession of Ferguson. The State charges that Ferguson knew th at Hays had stolen the' property. It seems that Hays kept a regular account with Fer sruson and other. parties, to whom he bad sold goods, and "that he stole bUtuffto deliver to Fereusonat 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning'. The Mayorafter a full and Im partial investigation! of, (he affair decided that the State had tailed to prove guilty in tent,' and he therefore discharged the pris- oner. 'Bancid Bcttek. We cut from an ex change the following recipe :, "To a pint of water add thirty drops rabout half a teaspbonful) of liquor of chlo ride of lime. Wash in thla two and a half pounds of rancid: butter. r When every par tide of the butter has come In contact with the water, let it stand an hour or two : then wash the butter well again in pure water The butter Is then left without any odor, and, has :tlie sweetness of fresh butter. These preparations of lime have nothing injurious in thenar : '. iThe' same paper ays : . - ' ' We forthwith obtained some of the most raiiritf butter, and it was bad enough for auy stomach, that. ba4 more sensibility than a wagpa wheel Wo doctored it as per recipe, and when placed ou'the table along with new, good butter, very able judges could not distinguish which was the new butter. Here is a fact worth a year's sub scription to a paper.", . ; : 1 ' - r Transferred Yestebdat The follow-, In sr transfers of' real estate were left at Kecorder's office yesterday. Jiobert Neil andrwife to Frederick Mi chael, March 5th, lot No. 15 of Snowden's enhriivialnn of out-lots N03. 33 and 34 the city of Columbus, for $750. Ellen Benson to Henry W. Knight, May 14th. part of lots Nos.83 and 89 in Latham'! addition to the city of Columbus, for $375 ZWllliam J. Kuhns and wife to Henlen Ahaerspru May 13th, lot No. 22 of subdivis Ion of out-lou Nos. 31, 47, 48 and 49 a city jot Columbus, for $2.200. :- bi'u. BignaV Gfeea to ' Charles Burwell, Jan lst 25 acres of lnd in Plain township, Nathaniel Meriotf, as trustee, to Susan nah Branz, May 14th, 13 acrea 2 rods and square poles of land wonTgomerton ship, for 51870. Wn Sells to Margaret Jacoby, May 10th part of In-lot No. 773 m, the city 01. umm busjor.ityy. BOOK NOTICES. DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. June, 1867. Andrews & Hull, next door south of Post ofilce, are already in receipt of the June number of this most popular fashion monthly, and they have our thanks for a copy. This number is more than usually full and interesting. Besides the full-size pattern for the new and beantiful 'Fiorina Sleeve," there are new styles, almost innu merable, of robes, sleeves, weuding toilets and wedding dresses, bonnets, coiffure. Jewelry, &c. We most heartily commend this number to the attention of our lady readers. It is a model fashion magazine. Selleck & Co.; corner Town and nigh streets, also have Deraorest's Monthly Mag azine, as well as the Ledger and all. the New York weeklies. ' Ukited States Orphans Homk of Co lumbus, Ohio. There have -been circula ted over the country circulars Innumerable addressed "To the People.of the United States of -America," and purporting to be a call upon their patriotism and benevolence, desiring them to take stock In a lottery scheme or "Grand Dividend," by which money was to be raised- for the purpose of erecting a home in which to educate the orphan children ot those who died in the contest for free government." The scheme sets forth that there - would be one grand prize of $5,000; 100 subscriptions, to the Ohio Statesman, 100 to the Ohio State J our nal 100 to the Columbus Gazette, together with trotting horses, books, a residence In Columbus, hats, dress patterns, and a lot of other "dividends."; The circular Winds up as follows : We want subscriptions and we want donations appropriate to the cause from all parts of the country, and we trust they will De tortncommg, especially as we make It so attractive and worthy every person's attention. Again assuring our many friends that the plans. : and ' promises heretofore made shall be carried out to the letter, and also hoping this appeal and the cause in which we are laboring, will be truly and justly appreciated by a magnanimous and generous people. - All orders ov man snonia oe aaaressea to the "United States Soldiers' Orphans Home Association, Columbus, Ohio." . At a meeting of the Stockholders, the fol lowing were duly elected Trustees of the Orphans' Home Fund for one year, ending March 4tn, 18GS.. .; O. HOUGHTON, . - - . B. F. Williamson, " . Andrew C. Obr, . ' W.M.Hayden, E. Hickman, Sedy. Trustees. The price of certificates of member ship" are $1 each, or twenty for $17.50. On the 8th or 10th of March, a friend placed in our hands th following letter, which had been sent to Ironton and return' ed here,' the person to" whom it was address ed desiring more information before taking stock :j' v ;- SOLDIERS' ORPHANS HOME ASSOCIATION. COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 4, 1867. Mr. C. Ellison Dear Sir: Enclosed we send you . circulars Orphans .Home, and would like tor you to act as agent for the Trustees in your place; if you have not time to attend to it, please nana to some respon siDle person, in your town who can, and mucn oDiige, Truly yours, 1 E. HICKMAN, Secretary. Haying never before heard ot the instl tution, we inquired - at - the office of the Secretary of State if the " United States Soldiers' Orphans Home" had deposited Its certificate there for the circular sets forth that It is incorporated under the laws-of Ohio and were Informed that it was not incorporated, nor could it be, being a lot tery, but that it might be incorporated as 1 benevolent institution, and If so we would find the record at the office ot the County Recorder. Calling on Mr.'Cole, he told us that it was certified on the records as a be nevolent institution, and that In that belit f he had made no charge for the record. We made the result of our Investigation known at the time to various parties. A few days ago the Postmaster here re ceived the following: . ; ADDISON, O., May 4th, 1867. P.M., Columbus, Ohio Sir: Enclosed I send you a circular which purports to be in a laudable business, and a neighbor of mine has canvassed some little and finds he can sell a good many of their tickets, and has already sent on some twenty-five dol lars. I wish to know (if you know) wheth er it is what it purports to be. By giving an early answer you wui confer a favor. SAM'L ROTHGEB, P. M. On the receipt of the above the wires were laid for the detection of the persons having the things in charge, and on Mon day afternoon Evan G. Shipley was arrested for being engaged In the lottery -business without first having obtained a United States license therefor, by Deputy U. Marshal McCabe, on a warrant Issued by Commissioner Chittenden, and held to bai in the sum 01 o(X) tor ms appearance on riday next. . Yesterday McCabe arrested Boughton and Williamson, two of the re ported Trustees, and they also were held in the sum of $500 each to answer on the 21st These are the facts as we get them. We shall endeavor to get at the truth of the intentions of the managers of this thing at the trial of Shipley, and would meanwhile advise our readers not to take stock in it. We doubt it any one in Columbus ever heard of the " United States Soldiers' Or phans Home of Columbus, Ohio," before the reception of the circular sent from here to Ironton. It may be a genuine thing, hut as an old fiiend used to say, "I has my doubts, hoss ; I has my doubts." -... . t the in M the or 15 What Do You Think of It ? Subdu ing our' indignation; most positively re fusing to draw the corks from the vials of our wrath ; determined to endure with sto- cal indifference what ever ills . may be poured on our head, we calmly ask a dis criminating Public, what do you think of the weather? Monday was a specimen ol what is to be expected in July; yesterday would not disgrace a Greenland Novem- ber; Can any one keep the run ot the thermometer in such radical and sudden changes? Th mercury in our thermome ter 'M disgusted. It went.np on Monday beautifully. .; Yesterday it dropped nearly to free'zo.7 ' The weather is like Radical leg Islation, it is impossible to tell . what's come next. - Is there no way to put a stop to this thing. One day a chap wears his summer suit and on the next wants to be wrapped in a Mackinaw blanket! The weather is as variable as a young lady her first lover, and as chilly as her demean or to a discarded sweetneart. we remem ber Tom Hood's ode to spring : Coine,"0w Spring ! ethereal mildAtai come 1" O I T&omson, void or rnyme as wen a- reason. How con Ids t thou thus poor human nature hum 2 : There's no suob season. Her praises, then, let hardy poets si nr. And be her tuneful laureats and upholders. Who de not feel as if they bad a Spring Poured down their shoulders 1 . : Let others eulogise her floral shows ; From me they cannot win a single stanza. I know her blooms are in full blow and so's Tne Influenza. c Her cows' ips, stocks, and lilies of the rale. Her noney-blos joms that you bear the bees at. Her pan a i ea, daffodils, and primrose pale. Are things I sneeze at I Smitten by breezes from the land of plague, : To me all vernal luxuries ara fables, 0 1 wbere's the Spring in a rheumatic leg, . i Stiff as a table's? t In-short, whatever panegyrics lie ' la fulsome odes too many to be cited. The tenderness of Spring is all my eye, And that is blighted 1 . ! There, after that, we calmly ask, what youthipk pfthls abominable weather? Arn't daffydowndillys and sweet blooming lilies, and all that sort of thing a humbug We ask yoQ' calmly '.and ; dispassionately ain't it a humbng? ' ' Gohe to Irkijiud. We are informed that our friend AleXi' McMullen left thi3 city yesterday for Ireland, whence he hopes bring borne the 'glrl he left behind hlm: as hla bride.1 Cead 'Mile blessings accom jnythein." "i ' Franklin County Democratic Primary Election. To the Democracy of Franktln County: You are hereby notified to meet at tbe places designated below, on SATUnDAI,- JJE 8tli, A. D. 186T. I .To eleci by ballot, candidates for- the fol lowing offices (to be supported at the elec tion in October next): Two Members of the House of Representatives ; one Sheriff; one Treasurer; one Auditor; one iBecor- der; one County Commissioner, and one Inflrniary Directorl ?. 4 ' ' First Ward Betl's Auction Room. . : : Hecond Ward Buckej House. . Third Ward-Mayor'a Office. . I Fourth Wfcrd Garee Beitz'n Qrooerjr. , I ruin ward Sonta finuine House. Sixth Ward Lfren Schneider'. frWenth Ward Tryon' Shoe Shop. . Eighth Ward North Eoeine Houae. Ninth Ward Hartley Orncery Montgomery Townshlp-Oourt Hnse. Truro Towmhip- Township House. , Prairie Township Alton. Ulinton Townshio North Colambas. Pleasant Township At the usual place of hold- IUI ClOUblUUS. , Brown Township At the usual plaoe of -holding I fefctioni. - , Plain Township New Albany. ' V v 4 Mifflin Township Township House. Washington Township Dublin. , Madixoa Township Groveport. ', Blendon Township Westerrille, Norwich Township blilliard. . Jefforson Towr ship Black Lick. Jsckson Township Grove City. H baron Township Worthing ton! Franklin Tnwmhin Fmnklinmn. Parry Townihip Usual place of holding elec tions. - , Hsmiltoa Township Township House. v None but Democrats, and those who will pledge themselves to support the vjhdle Democratic ticket at the October election, will be allowed to vote at the primary elec ttons.- " '-'';";.' ;'"i. Vl I , The names of the several candidates for the different offices shall be voted for on one ticket. The polls will be opened from 2 to 7 o'clocklP. M. Two Judges and one Clerk shall be elected at the time and place specified above to receive the votes cast at said primary election..! The Judges and Clerks at said primary election are request ed to appoint one of 'their own'members to return a certified abstract of the votes so cast in their respective Wards and Town ships, and the Judge or Clerk so appointed shall constitute a Board of Canvassers, whose duty It Is to meet at Thurman Hall, in the cityot Columbus, on Monday, the 10th '. day 7 of ' June,A A. DJ-T 1867, at 10 o'clock forenoon, and proceed to count the votes cast for the respective can didates, and to declare the person receiv ing the highest number of yotesAhe candi date for the office lor which he was voted for. .Said r Board of Canvassers will; also select a Couaty Central Committee for the ensuing year, and transact such other busi ness as may come before them. In case of a tie vote between the two highest candidates for the same office, the Board ot Canvassers shall decide who shall be the candidate by ballot. 1 Your" Committee earnestly hope s that there may be a full attendance at the pri mary election, and .that a ticket maybe selected of true, competent and trustworthy men. -We, therefore, respectfully request you to give a portion of one day to the selection of a good ticket and Old Franklin will send greeting to her 'sister counties, on the Second Tuesday of October next 2500 ma jority for the State and county ticket. T. S. SHEPARD, Chair'n County Cen. Committee. S. E. KILE, Secretary. Prof. Pinuby's School Exhibition. There was a brilliant assemblage at the Opera House, last night, In attendence on the dancing exhibition given by Prof. S. S. Pinney's School. The proficiency exhi bited by the pupils drew from the auditors many expressions of delight and wonder. The programme for pupils opened with march by the school, the difficult and com plex manoeuvers of which were executed with the precision and skill of veteran soldiers. To see the little pets leading the column was a most beautiful sight. There's no use talking, girls are capti vating from their birth until they are old and wrinkled, and even then they develop beauties their youth did not know. The Prince Imperial quad rille was something new to us, and was very handsomely danced. The ''Pride of Scot land,' danced by Ida Spurling and Jennie Hutcheson, two dear little misses, was, to us, the event of the evening, although the Fling, by Misses Grace Martin, Helen Lough, Sallle Jone3 and Ida Harris was : very prettily done, and elicited rounds of applause. The Bouquet Polka," by Belle Harris and Charlie Patterson, was an- i other beautiful performance, winning great approval, as also the " Ca . chuca'V by Ida Harris, Allie Beeson and Jiiddie 1'atterson. Miss Beeson is sweet little dancer, and will make a bril liant one In time. But It is too late to par ticularize further. Suffice it to say, that the pupils all reflected great credit on their teacher and on themselves, and gave im' , mense satisfaction to their parents. This exhibition has established Prof. Pinnev's reputation as without a superior as a teach er ot dancing in Ohio. The next quarter for tuition of pupil will commence Octo ber 5, 1867. ' to to do to Extremes. Reader, did you ever notice the extremes in life?. Beside the costly mansion, stands the humble cottage. The four story house seems twice its hight, be- ' cause it stands beside a shanty. One door from the palatial mansion stalks the squalid beggar. A handsome lady is made doubly so, because contrasted with the ugliest creature in the city, who struts along close by her side. . ;Pride and wealth feel abashed In the city car, when placed In juxtaposl tion with the ragged, barefooted beggarly boy. A cold day Is the colder because preceding day wa3 so warm. The health lul despise the sickly, till In their turn they become the emaciated Invalid. How strange that things are so ordained, :yet without this variety the world and scenery would be a dreary monotony. ! Filed Yesterday. The South Lebanon Turnpike Road Company filed its certifi cate of incorporation at the Secretary State's office yesterday. .This company organized for the purpose of building turnpike from South Lebanon to the Wll- liamsburgh road in Warren county. capital stock is $3,000, and Wm. II. Hop kinp, Jacob Snider, Joseph Kibby, Anthony II. Sember, James Hopkins and L. S. Allen are the corporators. The Cleveland Rolling Mill m filed certlfi cate of an Increase of its capital stock $150,000. Sad Accident. On Monday last a girl, the daughter of Henry Decklln, German, residing about two miles this city, in the direction ot Green Lawn Cemetery, fell in a barrel of water and drowned. Mr. Decklln had filled the bar rel with water for the purpose ot watering his garden, and the child, it seems, playing in the water, and by some means lost her balance and fell In It. She was covered sometime after life became extinct, She was about five years of age, and a interesting and intelligent child. - I The Opening of thb "Ladies' Parlor.': We were pleased to see so great a throng at the " Ladles' Parlor," 144 South High street, opposite the Goodale House. "Parlor" is most beautifully furnished. you arrive at the head of the stairs, a large aquarium and fountain is seen. The tink ling of the water as it falls back from fountain is most delightful music. marble tables, ' easy chairs, -fine "carpets, everything about the room, bear testimony to Mr. Meily'8 intention to supply a lyng felt a handsome, retired and fashion able retreat for ladles. follow-" ing prisoners were received at the Ohio Penitentiary yesterday : From Lake countyHenry F. Bowers, burglary and larceny, one year; Hugo Shaffer, grand larceny, ontf ryear ; William Lindsley, assault with Intent to rape, three years ; Martin F. Faux, burglary and lar- ceny, one year. From Defiance countyJunetta Dixon, grand larceny, two years. Junetta is a girl not more than slxteenyears old, very small of her age, and looks as though she was not over ten. . , . For Rent. By the annoncement it "will be seen that Charley Wagner has three splendid rooms, over the Merchant's Union Express Office, for rent, suitable for offices or for a barber-shop and offices. - You who need a first class situation for an office call at 25 East State street to-day and look at the rooms. Charley designs removing his . m . . restaurant to the rooms on the first floor, formerly occupied by Emery's Loan Office. Whose Bcs1kes3 Is It? The Harris- burgh turnpike road bridge, we are In formed, Is In a very dangerous condition. It has a hole In the east end, requiring the most careful driving to avoid. It should be at once repaired, if the county is not to pay for a horse or two. Whose business is It to have It repaired? Let them attend to it, and at Once; - - r, : ' ; """ " 'J pjrTENTxikf AEKtVAts. The HOTEL ARRIVALS. Tuesday, May 14, 1867. UNITED STATES HOTEL. - ton, O.; E O Foot, Wellington, O.; W NeaceFitts- burgn. ra.: John jrana, liOCKDourne.U ; a Denney. Pickaway county. 0 O P Brown. Cadii. O.; 8 H Uurd. N. Yi: S D Ldd, Athen. O.t John F Watt. Washinctm. District Columbia; U W Kcarnes. Zane.yille. Ohio: W Q Alien. Cleveland. Ohio: O P Chaney, Winchester, Ohio; li l Scho- field, Orovepart. Ohio; it S Dildine.' Groveport, Ohio; RS D'Uine. Groveport, Onio; C P Woodiing, Groveport, Ohio; Lewis tsliscy, Grovepors, Ohio; A F L.cklider. Careysville.Obiu: G L Uouchton. Wes- terville, Ohio; H U Corbin. We-terviHe, Ohio; Mm McKay. Westerville. Ohio: C Case. Granville. Ohio; 11 F Brown, Delaware, Ohio; S Hutt. Phila delphia. Y nn; R H Killing. Cedarville, Ohio; C It RnKgies. SpricKfield. Ohio; J Hathaway, Cirolevil'e; Uhio; Jamei Alexanaer. iiamiicon rownsnip: i Keonard, Kaait. uniou. jj tsroTia, Keiuioot, vr is-, cmsin; tin a li ifrovies ana au?ncer, tseimontj WiscoLBin; Sirs a u inompson. Cincinnati, unio; GO Stall. Marysville. Ohio; HR Demiog. Vinton county, Ohio; Wm Shrimpton, Mnox county, Ohio; K Maize, Clinton township. , . . . . NEIL HOUSE. Georee A Goss. New York: J K Heath. New York:'; Wm Creichton, New York; L M Thayer. Cincinnati. Ohio; John F Conoway. Philadelphia Penn: A F. Thornton. Cleveland, Ohio; J P Goodale. S ten ben - ville, Ohio: K r bmith. Cincinnati. Uino; Kenj i , Ehrraan, Cincinnati, Ohio; Thomaa N Van Valk-. enburz. New York. E B Hinnman. Cincinnati.Ohio:: Edward D C Loud. Philadelphia. Penn; R H Nn- 5 en. Newoomerstown; Ohio; Geo W JlattlewN Y; oseph Levi. N Y; M Dawson, MD, Ro.ialton, Ohio; John Brown Alleghany, Penn: C C Keech and lady. Sandusky. O; Henry Smith. Detroit. Mich; NH T Fife. Connersviile. Penn: A Cameron. Alleghany Penn; Adam Torrence, New Alexandria, Penn: D Ambacn, iiaiumore; xsaao rnea, Knrai v alley, ra. GOODALE HOUSE. J M Gutches. Greensbn'r. Ind: G W Harrington.' Springfield. Mass; W S Sheraan, New York; Jacob loons. New York; Miss Williams, Groveport, O; Miss M snn, Groveport, O; M Brown, Circleville, O; ' Miss K R Brown. Circleville. O: Roval Tnvior. (Cleveland, O; John A Sites, Springfield. O; Frank Kimball. City; J M Rnssell, Indianapolis, Ind; J M Benjamin, Painesville. O; J Harvey. Painesville, O; Charle? John Sunev; -Joseph E Childs, Boston; W Hennrgan, Mount Vernon, O; D Johnson, Stuben yille. Or ParmeliaR Johnson, Steubenville, O; ED Baser. a a the and Its o Is a One of the most popular depots for Hoop Skirts and Corsets is at E. Reed's sreat; Hoop Skirt Factory, No. 20, East State St. i opposite, the Capitol., mylrd3twtf - The celebrated Hoop Skirts manufactur ed by Mr. Reed are sold at thirty per cent, j less than those sold at other establishments that do not mauufacture. myl5H33twtf ' - Cure for Debility. When this arises from a diseased action of the stomach, the occasional use of Roback's Blood Pills followed by Roback's Stomach bitter, is the best treatment; they will never fail to dogood. , ; . . i): I- . , : my-d&ivlw Patent Medicines. If faith would cure disease, our physician's occupation would be gone; the afflicted need only read the advertisements in the papers to be "made whole;" but the nostrums -prepared 'by these pseudo doctors does not often "back up' the faith inspired by their advertise ments. We do not mean to condemn all so-called patent medicines, for some have been found to be very valuable. In this class we would Include Coe's Cough Bal sam, for coughs, croup, hoarseness, &c and Coe's Dyspepsia Cure, for indigestion, dys pepsia, and all troubles ot the stomach or bowels they have been tested in thousands of cases. Our dealers all sell them. , myl5-d&wlw Fernelius calls disease an affection of the body, contrary to nature; a purtuba- tlon of its habit; a derangement of its courses. What disease U, sometimes eludes human Intelligence, but some diseases are known their origin, action, and even their antidotes. Whoever has discovered an ac tual remedy for one disease, has done some thing for his race. Dr. Ayer has done more, for his medicines afford.us the means to control and cure several dangerous disor ders. - We rarely speak on medical sub jects, preferring to leave them to physi cians, who understand them better. But such effects. a3 are seen in our midst, on affections of the lungs by Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, on scrofulous complaints by his Sarsaparllla, and on the several complaints that they cure by Ayer's Pills should not be ignored. Keokuk (Iowa) Journal. mayli-d&wlw ' : Mr. Ed. Lauf 13 now In daily receipt, of the most fashionable styles of Hats and Caps to be found in the city. The most fastidious can be pleased both as to quality and price. Call at No. 229 South High street, sign ot the Golden Hat. may4-dlm Ed. Lauf. A. Hennebo. Saloon, No.13 West Broad street, open day and nijrht. apr27-tf Columbus Business College. The cheapest, most thorough and ' practical Business School in America. More situations furnished by our Association than others. Send ' for unequaled specimens Penmanship and . Flourishing, Scholar ships issued at Columbus, good throughout the Union. -" " Bryan & Tomlinson. mayl-eod&wtf jj. . . w 1 v .. Piano Xnningr. Orders left at J. Harris & Co.'s Storej No 36 North High street, will be attended by E. Cornelison. oct27-tf to a from was was dis very The As the The want PEOiAb NOTION. HYGIENIC WINE, THE GREAT IMPORTED TONIC. Used by the best families throughout Europe; Arproved by the Imperial School of Aledioine, Peris; Indorsed by the prominent Members of the Amer ican Medical Association, at their Convention, held In Baltimore, May 1st. 1868. Contain no Spirits o any kind, and therefore NUT INTOXICATING IN TUB LEAST. It is prepared in Paris from pare Sherry, and ad mits ini ts composition only tonic, aromatic an febrifuya substances v LADixswill find it a delicious substitute for th various tonics which have an alooholio bedy. MU8CAT PEKLK is a rare wine of most delight ful flavor. It is the pr juic of a wtott delicious grape. It surpasses ia excellence any table wine the country, used in isurope for sacramental purposes.- (Jtaurch people are invited to inquire into Tbese wines are sold by all druireists. and by JONES SON and HOUSTON A GAJtbNER,Co 'umbus.Ohio. - ' ', . ' -; . '"..:. Cincinnati, Agents for Ohio. angS-deodly-Q .. FOR NON-RETENTION or INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostate glands, stone ip the bladder, calculus, jrravel or brick dust deposits, and all diseases ef the bladder kid neys and dropsical swellings, -- Uss Ujclmbold's Fluid Extract Buchtt. U?- . .... v - Itemoved from his Old Office. DR. A. B. WILLIAMS. West Broadway, neai Sigh street, Columbus, Ohio, has devoted himsel or a series of year I to the treament of certain pri rate diseases. He may be consulted at his offioe Broadwaj, near the Exchange Bank oh28'SSm NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH. Financial and Commercial. London. Mav 14 Noon. Monev ouiet and steady. Consols 92. Bonds opened at 72; Erie 43; Illinois 76. Latkr Evening. U. S. bonds 72J: oth ers unchanged. - - LrvKBiooL. May 14 Noon Cotton firm er. Wheat, No. 1 Milwaukee red 133 9d; White Calitornia 14s 6d. Corn 423 3d. Bar ley 4s 9d. Oats ; 3s 7d Provisions quiet. Clover seed 57s. ! Liverpool, May 142 P. -. M Cotton market became brisk and prices unchanged. The Peace of Europe. Paris, May 142 P.'-Mi The. President of the Corps Leeislatif has officially an nounced to that body that the peace of Europe will not be disturbed. London, Mav 14 Evening. Consols 92: 5-20's"72; Illinois Central 76. ' Livbrpol, May 14 Eveniusr. Cotton closed firm ; middling uplands ll!; Orleans 11; sales of. 13,000 bales at Man chester; goods and yarns advancing, and market active. Breadstuff's closed . quiet and without change In prices. ; No change in provision market. Kosin, common Wil mington, 6s 3d. FROM NEW YORK. Diamond Robbery. New York, May 14. The store of Gill-' yock & Crosley, in Maiden lane, wasrobbel a lew nights since of from 92,000 to f 4,000 worth of diamonds. , j . ;.';' Distilleries Seized. Twenty-four distilleries have been seized In this city within the last three or four days, for. violation of the internal revenue laws. . i Havana Correspondence. - The Herald's Havana -correspondent, writing on the 8ih, says : The muddle ex isting between the' merchants and provision dealers was still unsettled- Several meet ings had been held without a final arrange ment. Tne situation cf the bank: was worse than in April. . .The ship Ocean Home had been given up to the Government, the autho.ities insist ing on her payment of a fine Of $12,500. A number of tne discharged officers and soldiers of the Spanish army had shipped for Vera Cruz. "They had not been recruit ed for Maximilian's army, but most of them were groin? to Mexico to take service under his. Government.- " . Building Struck by Lightning and Burned—Heavy Loss. During the storm last night the J large store house of .G. B. Archer, at the foot of Van Dyke street," Brooklyn, was struck, by Jigntnlng.: The flames soon Darstirom the store house, and in a tew moments envel oped it.. Tha goods on storage consisted ot saltpetre and nitrate ot soda. "The former Ignited with such rapidity that a great part of -the.building, with about, one-third of the stock, 'was destroyed. Loss on the building and working tools about 10,000; f 5,500 .insurance. n . . There were 6,500 bags of saltpetre, worth $130,000, stored In the establishment, more than two-thirds of which was destroyed also, there was 11.300 Dags vOf nitrate soda, belonging to different parties, most of which was lost, valued at $173,000, There were also 83 casks ot refined saltpetre, val ued at $4,400. The loss on this property amounted to $125,000. : The bark. Lewis caught fire, and was slightly damaged. A German boy was drowned by jumping overboard. Several other buildings were struck by lightning during the storm. Elected Bishop. Rev. J. T. Young, an Assistant Minister of Trinity Church, New'York, has been elected a Bishop. , r ..... , -1 The Dunderburg. The Express says it is stated on good au thority that ' the foreign Government to wbich recent telegrams allude as having the ram.Dunderburg, is France. Hoboken Races. ; " At the Hoboken Races, first day, the first race was one by Black Bird, and the . sec ond race was won by Morrisey; time 2:53J-. The third . race was won by Ripley time 1:54.' The fourth race was won by Rip leyr -'! :r v- ;. ' Hoboken Races. Sale of Illicit Liquor. The Immense sale of Illicit liquor in this city and suburbs during the last few months has resulted in deiraudmg Govern ment of an amount of duties estimated at half a million dollars. Seven distilleries have been seized within a few days. v FROM ST. LOUIS. The Objects of Hancock's Expedition. St. LouisrMay 14. The Democrat's cor respondent with General' Hancock's expe dition, writing from Fort Hayes, says the General's mission on the plains was to feel the temper of the Indians and to ascertain what tribes were for war and. which for peace, to make treaties if necessary, sepa rate peaceful tribes from hostile ones, and post more troops on the Smoky Hill and Santa Fee roads. The Results. The results are as follows: The troops marched 450 ' miles. The tribes disposed for war, viz: the Soux and Cheyennes, have been found out. and separated from their sworn allies, the Kiowas. A ra polios and Camancb.es. . $100,000 worth of Indian property has teen burnt. Kansas is free from hostile Indians, and the Santa Fee and Smoky Hill routes are better guarded before." ' The Results. Whereabouts of Custar. V General Custar Is at Fort Hayes, where his cavalry, will remain until grass appears and the horses are in better condition, when ho will commence active operations against the Sioux and Che3 ennes. The scurvy ap peared among his men, but no serious re sults are apprehended. Gen. Smith to Command the Department. When Hancock returns east, General A. J. Smith will command the Department of Upper -Arkansas, with temporary head quarters at Fort Barker, but Puebla, Col orado, will be the permanent headquarters. Court Decision. The decision Of the Circuit Court in the case of General Blair against the Judges of Election for refusing ,to receive im vote unless he took the constitutional oath. which was adverse. to Blair, was affirmed by the Supreme Court yesterday. FROM RICHMOND. Davis' Congratulations. - . Richmond, May 13. As Davis came out of the Court House and entered the car riage after his release, there was loud cheers f rom a crowd of negroes outside, and about fifty of them gatnered round the coach and shook hands with him. 'He re mained quietly in the hotel all the evening. He will visit Canada soon to see- his child " Names of the Bondsmen. of v The first name signed to the bail-bond af ter that of Davis is Horace Greeley: then Scheie of New York, and Jack Man, of Philadelphia. A little lower down is the name of John Minor Botts, of Virginia. The residents who signed were prominent citizens of Richmond, merchants and law yers. There seems to be a general feeling of relief among the citizens and authorities ' ' Reported Indictment of Breckinridge. " , It U stated that the grand jury' has in dicted ex-Vice President John C. Breckin ridge, Judge II. V. Thomas, of Fairfax, and forty others for treason. A Singular Letter. WASHINGTON, May 13. Judge Underwood: Beware of Greeley. Kemember Libby Prison, Andersonvllle and Belle Isle. Fifty millions are looking on and expect you to do your duty, while three hundred thousand patriots grates , pry aloud for revenge, .a -Tour Friend. Departure for Canada. t in it. ' R. ; Jefti-Davls,- on his release, telegraphed his brother Jos. C. -Davis, in Mississippi, the fact, and informed him that he would write from New York. Mr. Davis and wife Visited the grave of their son, late in the eveftltog.'at Holywood Cemetery. t Mr. Da vis and family went on board the steamer Niagara to-night at 10 o'clock. She sails for New York to-morrow, jnorning. . He goes thence to Canada, ' " FROM WASHINGTON. The Amended Mississippi Bill. . i WASHJQjaTON, May 14. Considerable inr terest attaches to the amended Mississippi bill, and the complainants entertain strong hopes that the Court will take cognizance of General Ord's action, at least to the ex tent of restraining him" from any measure which might expose the State property to waste. The. bill has been submitted with out argument, and -from -this lact it-was (net disposed .of. yesterday. It is Inferred the amendments 'have weight with the Court. FROM BALTIMORE. Mixed Convention—Negro Speech and Negro Enthusiasm. Baltimore, May 14. In accordance with a resolution adopted bv the Republican Radical State Central Committee on. the 17th of April, a mixed convention of the white and black races assembled at noon at Broadway Hall, to take into consideration the condition of political affairs in the State. . - Col. Watson, Chairman of the State Cen tral Committee, called the Convention to order and nominated Major-General Ant drew Dennlson for temporary Chairman, and the nomination was adopted by accla mation. The General returned thanks for the honor conferred in aDDropriate remarks. On motion, a committee on cfedentlals was appointed. : - ... ,. It being announced that a delegation' from the .Republican Association ot Dela ware was in attendance, a resolution , was unanimouslv adopted inviting , them,- to seats. rThe number of gentlemen present in the ball was about 2,000, equally white and blacks. The latter generally occupy separate portions of the floor and galleries. A colored representative, Sanders, made an eloquent and witty speech, advising his I colored brethren to vote thenadicai ticxet, mid proclaim their will to do so from the Potomac to the Ric Grande. - ; " , Crowds of colored citizens were wending their way to the hall, which promises to be densely packed duriDg the afternoon. some fifty or sixty policemen are on duty, preserving the. best order. : There Is no. ex citement .beyond ,the . enthusiasm of the, participants of the.' Convention ..Therej is no apprenension oi, violence or aisoraer. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Affairs of the National Banks. New York, May 14.The Herald's New Orleans special says : Commissioners rOm Washington are : here to inquire into the anairs ot tne .National banks ana tne suo- treasury, res pectin "T which there is some trouble. Nothing will be lost by the Gov ernment, and depositors will recover eyery dollar. 7 - Supreme Court Decision. ,The Supreme Court to-day decided by a majority of .one that the notes or negroes sold before the war are invalid. The decis ion involves many millions of dollars. . - ( Steamboat Explosion—Loss of Life. j ; . Chicago, May 13. The Rock Island Ar gus of - last evening savs 1 the Western Union Bail road steamer' Lansing, running between that place and ort Byron," ex ploded a boiler about eight miles above the city..-- ' -The followmsr persons were killed: Geo. White, pilot; William Wassinger, cook; Jas. Tracy, h reman; w. il. Noble, of Kurling' ton, and W. H. Beebe, of Colorado. H. Curtis,- ot Dubuque, is missing and supposed to be drowned. Several persons were badly scalded. The boat Immediately took fire and is a total loss. ' ; ; 1 " ' . M ii. watte b e, May 14. The steamer "Lah sine burst a boiler near Port Byron, on the Mississippi river, yesterday, killing 'Geo. White, pilot r J as. Tracy, nreman; .wm. Beebe, of Colorada: Wm. Wassinger, of Rocs Island, and W; H. Noble, of Burling ton, Iowa. Missing Wm. Curtiss, im buque. Wounded Judsre Hubbell, of Netv Mexico; Isaac W. Powell, of Ottawa JnO. J. Kemble, residence unknown. The boat is a total loss. -' ' San Francisco Items. - Montana, from Panama, arrived to-day. The Los A ngelos Telegraph says : A gen tleman fiom Prescott, Arizona, reports, the jefeatof a company of U.S. troops by ; the Indians. Forty men were killed. The Apaches, while raiding on the Lopas :apd Prescott roads, captured 48 mules, and it Js reported seized a tram of 70 mules, loaded with eoorts. The wife of Governor McCormick died suddenly at Prescott, April 30th. ( Fire in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, May 14. The main build ins of Simon Lord's' cotton and woolen mills, near Derby, was destroyed by fire this morning. The building was valued at $175,000. insured for $100,000. The stock and machinery was valued . at $35,000 In sured. Two firemen were run over and killed by a fire engine when, returning home. The News of Judge Underwood's Action at Norfolk. Fortress Monroe, May 14. The recep tion of the intelligence at Norfolk, yester- i day afternoon, of the action of Judge Un derwood in bailing Jen. uavis, occasioned general congratulations. The newspaper offices wore crowded with persons eager to obtain full particulars. . Fire in Chicago. Chicago, May 14. Marsh's grain drying house was destroyed by fire this morning. The building contained about thirty thou sand bushels of grain, which, together with all the machinery, was totally consumed. Los& about 580,000, with comparatively small insurance. New Brunswick Legislature. Montrkal, May 14. The New Bruns wick Legislature opened on Saturday. The Lieutenant Governor, in his speech, an nounced that the revenue had far exceeded the expenditures, notwithstanding the out lay required for the defence of the frontier against the Fenians. , Counterfeit Currency. Boston, May 14. Chas. O. Bancroft and Alexander A. Haskell, charged with circu lating counterfeit currency, have been held to bail In $3,000. Indicted for Murder. St. Tatju Minn May 14. Moses A. ITawks. who killed his wife to gret the in surance on her'lite, ha3 been indicted for murder iu the first decree. Theft in the Currency Bureau. New York, May 14. The Herald's spe cial savs: A theft of eighteen thousand dollars has been perpetrated in the Curren' cy Bureau. SPECIAL NOTICES. LEU.ORRHCE& AND FEMALE WEAKNESS. A physioian of 25 years experience offers a valua ble and powerful remedy for the above named com plaints. ';' It is a compound discovered by the celebrated Bebzelitts, and experience has proved its efficiency, to be greater than that of any remedy previously used. ' ; ' The prescription, with full directions for use, will be sent by mail to anv one inclosing 50 cents to " DR. JACOB BOLT, Station D, Bible House. mch26-eodly. . -., . -. .- New York. " WHV NOT USK XIIE I1I1STV OVER TWENTY YEARS' increasing demand h.a a(hlialfirl t.h fAt that MATHEWS VKKKTIAM Hair Dye is the best in the world, ft is the cheap est, the most reliable, and most convenient. tpm piete in one bottle. Dees not require any previous nniwratinnnf th hitir. NTn trnnnle. No crock Or stain., produces a beautiful black or brown, as pre frred. . A child can apply it. Always gives sati. faction. Only 75 cents per bottle. Sold everywhere, A. I. MATHE WS, Manufacturer,. N.Y. DEMAS BARNES & CO.. New York, Wholesale gents.' Also. Mathews'. 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By inclosing k small look of hair, and stating plaoe of birth, age, disposition and complexion.and inclosing fifty cents nd stamped envelope addressed, to. yourself, you will receive the picture and desired "Information by return mail. AH communications sacredly confi dential. -Address in confidence, Madaxs E. F. Thornton, P. O. Box 223, Hudson, N. Y. mar25-dawly vl Free to Everybody. : A Large 6 ppCiroular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes.' ' It teaches how the homely may become beautifa the despised respected, and the forsaken loved. No young lady or gentleman. .should fail to send their Address, and receive a "copy post paid, by re turn mail. Address P. O. Drawer 31, mar25-daw6m Troy. N. Y. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Weekly Review of Columbu Market. STATESMAN OFFICE. TUESDAY EVENING, May 14. RETAIL MARKET. Wheat, Red.. . S 00O3 S5 Molasses pergaJJl 8fXl 6 Oau perbusnfil.. ....55c SiTuppergal. fl 0Q&1 so Oornperbushel ........8V. Maple Wvrup flSS Butter per k. :o Sorghum 70o Tea Y. H. and W. V. $2 00 Lard ner ....... t 15c Tallow per 12 kc 3 20; Oolonar $1 402 OO Bio Coffee ner g...S30a Dried Anc es.ofcWaHle Dried Peach6a. do-. . . .22cl Java " " - ....40453 White Beana...S 6033 25 Rice, Carolina, per bI5o Brooms per do3 003 50 Hay per ton. CIS 00 ?0 oo Soap, box, per a . . . Svllllo Flour per bl.$12 ocitt oo " white.... $iel oo Rye ....$U 0 Potatoes 1 2091 3 Salt in sacks 30r Saltperbbl. f2 75 Beef per cwt S9 wj Shoulders V ft . . . 12 o 8 alt Port per bbl . . .$23 00 Wood per Cord. S4 50. Candles, Ullow. . . .20o Candles, opal ..m. . . . .22a Cheese, per h 2022o Macker'lo.l,Xbl ....$12 ' : r-l.X tobl.S5 75 " l.kits.J60O4r w niBfcy per cai ao RasiM. ilkbx H 15c5 oo White Fish hi bbl. . . S8 OU . Uod Fish per knew.'-..10o layers .? 7sn w Sultan P-i3eo h erring per d di vio uo Efcs oer doi....v 15o Fiirsperfc 30o Prunes per fc......,;)2So Wool Twine- ii0325o Corn Meal per bus.$l aoi Uned Beet . -25c N.U.Huear...iavi.'1aii6'!;el . C. Hams per ft.... 17o Plain Hams. ....... .l5o Rnckwheat Flonr'Derlh.6c Clover, pr bu. . . : . . . $W W( 1 DriedFears:;.l.::.,.':..t.25 Ras 5 Timothy Seed, bush. 3 25 1 MapleSuKar.-......46Ji' WHOLESALE MARKET. at 15 GO or 17 00 for irhite.'- - - - i - Whi at Scarce and firm. No. 1 Red W estrf $310: No. 8 dots 55: No.l Milwaukee Club $160. ro. x do oo. '-', - .-;, : Corn Firm at 75a. . . f Rr Sale at SI . .Hat Sales at $14-0018 00., . ...rf,.4.t B alt Rules at $2 55.1 delivered, per bbl and firm . FiSH-f-White rnie at $18 ooao oo per bbl. . Fix SKfcD-rales at $2 S5SS 40 per 4msh." .RswIsrK ISener Jaarket-'Maf l4f. tiOLD 137137,'. - Cincinnati Money Market May if'. J GOLD Closed buoyant at .138 buying and 221 iin. i. . - .-' "flew York Steele Market May It. STOCCGold at i3T137; Ohio' and Missis sippi "jertincates a34jir -ysmion- Uuoa DerlaDd SOXWilx; ymcKsuver xf4; aian- poea 7: do preferred l9iQ3Uy4; western union Telegraph 4l43: Pacific Mail .1283128; At Isntic 9S98X; few York Central VrxmfftZi; Erie 6364;-do preferred f273: Hndson " 18l02tf: Reading 103X103K: Micaiean Southern 6868X; Illinois CentraLJU3U4: Pitt-bureb, 74iiUX; ."Toledo 11U4; Jiock Island 89X; tsotth- weatern 35tf ssi; -e preierrea butaw; con Wayne. 9697. - State bonds firmer, and a sharp advance on Missouri, new xennessee- a dz; ia VLRinia6's65)4a66: new North Carolinafe's 47: Knnibal and St. Joseph bonds 8IJi813tf: .Pacific bonds SCi93X; Steamihip sharss steady. 1 1 , ' ' T ' ' ' 1 r ,.ffer.."orl.-OTaricet May 14. CO TTON A shade firmer at S8o for middling up lands. -: ' FLOUR Marlfet less active and closes a shade easier; sale at $11 3012 40 for superfine state and western. S 19 70 14 60 for extra western. $14 70(31580 for cioice do, $U15 OOfor shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio, and $15 10 6 SO for trade brands. C lifornia floor no decided change. RYE r L0 Less actire. at 8 568 B. : W H1SKY Firmer; sales in bood at Sl32c. J WHKAT Market dull and drooping; sales No,l Milwaukee at $2 82 X, and ioferior do at $3 75.", t RYE Opened steady and close 1 heavy and JOlfrer; sales of wenern at$l 651 71. " ' , " ' BARLbY Quiet. 7 MALT Nominal. "!" ' - CORff Market unsettled aud 610c lower; sales at $1 17ai 19 for old mixed western in store. 1 20 1 22 do delivered. $lt 15 for new mixed western aad yellows southern, and 80c for damaged mixed western. ; ' OATS 23o lower; sales at 8385c'fcr western and 89o for state. ' . v RICE Highe ; sales Carolina at llic. COrFEfci-Quiet. ... ", ; , SUG a B Dull; sale at lOSlOJic for Cuba and .Jlcfor Porto Ricw ; -r -i: s MOLAtiSESr-Quietat5253cfort3ttba ahdeo . 65a for Porto Rico. ' v PETKOLEUM Quiet; 16j for er-ide, 638io for refined ia bond.' - ' I !?PORK-Firm auTquiet;JsaTor at $22 30323 Izm S3 25 for new me ts, closing at re?uiar, ijj for old, 193U3-for prime, and 2T Dfor prime mess. Also, sales of new mess at $23 30.- buyers' at "10davs r - . ' ". " . 1 BEE P Firm at previous prices. r- ?o tv.'ni . BEEF QAM 3 bales at $40(41 00. -i.yu.i:? , BaCOa Steady at loo for Cumberland cut, 11 - Oll for long ribbed, lio lor short ribbed, and 12X12Xo for short clear. " -. ' ' ' . CUT,. 11 B ATS Sales at 8X10o for shoulders, and 12.914c for hams. . . i ! mm ,.'u" L A RO -leavy and lower at l2i13K c, , ' BDTTER Qaiet and unchanged. . . ' . CHEESE Unchanged- , - - "; - ' - ' ' ' LATEST 5 P."M. ! FLOUR Closed dull at loa20e lower on'inedium and good gradis.: - :.' ' " ' . . WHEAT Dulland 3S3olower; sales No. Ssprins 'at $1 732 82, No. I spring at 2 913 00. " RYE Lower and heavy at $16 60 for western. ii ATS Dull and lower; ea es of western at 88 s S4o. : J ' ' ' ' 5 ' ' . : s - r'ft CORN" Dull, unsettled, and decidedlf lower; oldv shipping mixed western at $1 161 17 in store and $1 19 afloat, new mixed western at $11 10. PORK. Dull; sales new mess "at $22 20 regulsr. with buyers at $23 18. -J , . H KEF Steidy and in fair demand. . ,-. : CU 1' MEATS Fair inquiry at steady prices.; B CON -Steady at 12o for short clear and 10X0 for Cu mberlaod cut. !"'."'' L KD Firm at 139130 for fair to pnuieeteim. and 13i313o for kettle rendered.. . . , Cincinnati Market—May 14. ' ' FLOUR Dull, but prices not' lower- Superfine $12 50O13 50: trade brands $14 00S16 50- WHEAT Dulland-prices nominal Some forced sales were made at $3 2(Xgi3 25 lor No. 1 red winter. ' but held at 15200 above this. , Millers are doing little or nothing. ' ' ' ' , . ''. CORN' Very dull and prices unsettled." Pales of No. 1 mixed at $1 03; sacked at the cle could not have been sold over 30c in bulk market quite dft mora ized; . ' . ; " OATS Irregular, hut selling at 373e in elevat or, and 78o in burlaps. ; RYE Steady at $1 70. . ... -; .v (, . BARLEY Unchanged and quiets . : , WHISKY Advanced to2930c. closing with no sellers bel.w30c. i " " ' COT I ON Unchanged and firm; 25o for middling. Demand light.- . !.-., 1 -. . . . . it, PROVISlONS-DulL and but little demand for any article. ' ' . ' " ' : ; MEdS PORK -Held at $23 50. : " M- BULK AlEAT Tftn for shoulders and AOo for sides. . , .-i-. 'i - BACON Quiet and unchanged. Shoulders 8c aud clear sides 12e. LA. KD Sol d at 12Xe. but demand light. - ? GROCERIES Steady. : BUTTER Dull at2628e. " " , . ... CHKESE Dull: New at H14o. ; EGGS In good demand at 16o. - '7 1 t ; DRY GOODS Dull, a I kinas; eottongood!35ck per ysra. cneaper; sianoara Drown sneetings ii lac i bleached muslins 19; Hope 4-4; Merriman prints 16 ': 17c; 8 prague s 16c. Americau Allen's 15. and - Ar- ! cold's iio. uelaines are aown to xwszic,. ceing a ; decline of lo. - - - '. -- Cleveland Market—May 13. ; FLOUR City-made ! XX" spring.7 from Wo.'; t ' wheat, $15 50: do do from No. S wheat. S15 00; XX ; red winter -IT 00; white winter $19 0.31 00. Rye ; flour in demaud at $9 60. , -. ., : . ! WHEAT Sales I car No.'. 1 Canada white at : $3 65-1 car amber Michigan at $3 40. '. CORN Sales 1000 bush new. she I'd from tto't . sellers' option last 1 alf Mayat 03c; 3 cars do from !8tor on spot at 87c; 4 cas? yellow from store at $1 03.--rr-----i - .--'. lei-); OATS Sale 1 -ar No.l at 73o from store. , RYE No, 1 held at $1 T01 75-from store. ''" -BA RLE It-No. 1 Canada held at$l 20; No.2 sabs ;85$100. i- v.r ...s, - u; vt n o: ? ; . PORK No.. 1, city-packed mess at $23 ,00j iTo. f ! do do i2 00; clear 85 00. , . 1T, ; " ; : LaRD Saie looo lbs city rendered at 14cTn fir ! kius and 13io in tiercee; 25 kegs country ' rendered ' at 1X6. - ' iw .'! .H j. SMOKED MEATS Sales rooo lbs. juear-cuxed ' hams, uueanvased. at 15c; 1 000 lbs uncanvassed plain nams at 14c: shoulders He; dried beef Sic: breakfast - ba-on 15c; elear rib bacon 13o.-- - ' 's i MESS BiuEe No. 1 city-packed $18.00; extra i do $20. ' . ... . BUTTER Dull at 2022c for' good lexhoice i Western Reserves -'' j-!V;i,i" 'l ' .CHEESE DemaBd light and' inarket icteady at &&16j for interior to choice new ;dairy and. fao iGGS-SalesebblsatiedJ l ,t': ' HIGH WINKS Dull and steady at$135; ! ' ALCOHOL AND SPIRITS Ratb er quiet and unt changed. Alcohol. 88 per cent., f4 4Ud4 45 : Icgne Hpiriu, 9S per cent., . $4 55; Neutral Proof Spirit $8 S 48v "- " ; - " ' ; PETROLEUM Continues quiet and steady at 80 0921C I or Douaea un eyui; jiir tree., n Clover ndnu- ml t. 8.a 50.' ' - , . TALLOW QuietatSi9e. .' v i? j l Fc ATHERS In lair demaud afc0(385c aocordf ing to quality. ' . . . New York Wool Market—May 11. ! The market has again been very anie't.he monot-' ony , being only varied by- the fligbt ' coaceseions ! which are continually being mtde in ordeate effect 'sales; but this cannot really be considered any vari ation, for this has been the ease for the past eight weeks. It is true the redaction has been verv slight, 'but nevertheless there n as been a 'Continual sink ing, aad now there is no appearance of any advauee. belore next September, it tnen. vombing wool. are in much better stpply than many expected ( The sales for the week include 250.000 lb fleece: at pricestaoging lromon6i4oiorcitntnonand medii; .um; 60 65c lor fine Ohio, and .68 6 9o for some eu- iperior XX'." ' - ( Our quotations are as follows: PeTJDStlva-ia. ' Ohio and Virginia, choice Saxony fleeces, 70 2 He: Saxony fleeces, 6570c; three-quarter and full btotid Merino. 603S3o; onVhalf blood, one-fourth blood, 6055o; . com i on. 45S50o; New York, Michigan and Indiana full blood and three-, fourths, 57iS60c; one-half blood; 6JiS5cior e-k fourtn blood. 50 a 62 He; common, 45S47HCT West ern fine, 60S66; medium. 50i52ic; common; 47Ja ; 60c; Southern washed, 6450c; uuwasaedf .30350. ;. Cincinnati Retail Hay and Straw Market. I CT?epored for the Cincinnati Gaaitto for the 'week " ending Monday evening. May 13, lf7.1 i ..:.' : The supply.aome days during the weekrfcas been '' light of hay in the retail market, and as high as i f35 00 per tun was obta ned. but gaoerally jpriees r have ruled st ady.' Straw is scarce and Prioea have advanced. Sheaf oats are also scarce and ia good '1 . demand, i--;! .:i u oi "i'i . .- We quote the. ratfaoa wagons, delivered, as foly v l0W4Tis; ' c.l Jr)."4 Prime timothy bay, per tun. ..-..$32 00333 O0 Good timothy hay. per tun 30 0OS21 00 Prime Clover hay, per tun:. .'. .'. : .v. :t V 26 oo i M Oat straw, per tun. . ; i ,'.v. .v. 18 oa.ig oo " Wat straw, per ttn.v.....,.,,,, j$ oo20 o " Sheaf oats, per tun. ...."........ nnorfnn - WHOLESALE. HAY There has been a good local and shipping i demand, and pri es are firm. ' We still quote prime . loose pressel timothy in ba'es at $4324 00, prime " tight rreesed da at S20n eo. and fair tor ood do at: ' $1519 00 per tun on arrival., and t83 00 more froa v -illu nri - New York Dry Goods Market—May 13. Tbe Dry Goodi market continues to droop on Cot-. . ' tea Guodsj . Atlantic A yard -wide-Sheetings are ' djwn to le. and Indian Head and Pacific exu-a are-C selling at 17Xc, and Stark at 17o. For other descrip tions there is no particular chance, except Tip Top bleached and Anioakeag A bleached, which sell at 220.