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THE OHIO STATESMAN THE OHIO STATESMAN Daily. Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, THE OHIO STATESMAN Daily. Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, HAS AT THIS TIME THE LARGEST Aggregate Circulation. OF ANY PAPER IN Columbus or in Central Ohio. "T thin mattes It the -est AaTertlalnsr medium at anrpiprl llila city. FRANKLIN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET . . i : T!ALiT. VANJT.,!. tVrfiT fFORHK H.-BARH ART. ; j ''- JvAfP-SAMTTKT.K'. KTLR. a v .7,- i Trtnmmr AjC. HRAPLKY. Reenter -NVTH A N COLE. , -." ! ,.OwiJrf..r-WILLIAM GULICt,. ,.Ck--F.r.lASGAVKR. r '::...,:..: MTKooiGTCt Tm.,i prepared and "cnrrerert by W. J. Savage, Jeweler,' 83 South High street:, . ... a v-r - . : " 1 : ' v-"- TrrgSDAT; Jnlv . 1967, O'clock. 7 A. M. , n m.., P. fl- Barometer. Therm "molar -- 9ffl 89 , 99S ... M H M HM .4 48 I Son Pets t.7', S3 -- San Riser...., I - i i . - - .: At tot Nku- Uou. Hugh J. Jewett Li at t'je Neil.' . T .. ,.' : t '. Frksk Peachks. Oar friend Charley Ferguson, corner Broad and High streets, has received a fine lot of fresh peaches, They are delicious. Oh, My! We heard a man say, yeeter- " day, that he would tro crazy, if he had time, Wa told him he didn't have far to go. Pret ty good that, eh ? In thr Crrr Yesterday. Hon." A'. T' Walline was In the city yesterday. He re- d or ted Pickaway all right politically, and daily becoming lighter. -- ' . Filbd Testkbday. The Cleveland Pa- per Company, on yesterday 'filed a certifi cate of the increase of the capital stock of aid Company to 9 200.000. " , . - Accident. J. W. Packard had one of I his fingers cut off on Saturday " while feeding a circular saw at the planing r mill of Comstock & Co., on Fourth street, :. . below Rich. A Good Idea. We notice that all along e the front of the postofHce block hitching , posts, hound with iron, are being placed for the convenienee of our country friends, . This is a good idea, and oue long needed. ... . .An exchange says that it is a safe rule to t wet the wrists before drinking cold water, ' if at all heated. The effect is immediate and 1 ' grateful, and the danger of fatal results v may be warded off by this simple precau- -ttonV V".;';; ' ' ' Important. If Asa Blauvalt, late a prl 1 ,yate of Co. '-G," Zi Ohio Vol. Infantry (3 months1 service), will call at Chief Muster--ing Offlea No. 108, East State street,; Co- ,v umbos, Ohio, he will receive some papers of importance belonging to him.' Coun try papers please copy. ,e)iFiFB. Presentation. Last Friday even ing a very pleasant affair come, oft at the armory of the Emmett Guards. A mag nificent German silver fife was presented -by the Guards to Fife Major J. F. Dailey. It is a handsome testimonial and a well- . deserved compliment to the talented recip ient. 1 ,r Zt.aSTS- Court of Common Pleas. The jury in the case .'of Joseph Schoonover, eharged Wrth'hog stealing from 3. H. Nell's pen, on yesterday brought 'in a verdict of guilty. , rPayid Davist charged with alike offence, .! was n" trial; yesterday afternoon. , The Incase will probably be submitted (bis morn- e rig.1 " 11 " ..! -i ' : . ,fr Held for PosTAGK.-Letters' addressed . as below are held for postage in the Colum 'J bua postofflce to July 23rd i Miss Eliza H. .Schiller, Petersburgb, Mahphing Co., O.; ,,'Mr. Nat Hazenr Cincinnati. OhW; H. O. .vHsmttt & Co 118 W; Fourth' St,' Cincin natl, Ohio; Mr. Jacob Markel, Kock Camp, . : Lawrence Con 6.; Thos. H. Gardner, P. M. ;;U.S.:A, Washington, D. C; Mr. Deliver ance Brown, Charloe, Brown Co- O. ; Mr. Geo. Sklnuer, Kallda, Putnam, Co., O. Jost So. The following is taken from (.the last number of the Winamae, Democrat, and pretty clearly illustrates? the position of the business man who does not advertise: " 'Why don't you deal with me ?' " said a i close fisted tradesman to a friend the other 1 'day. -' The reply was characteristic; :; You have never iovittnl me, sir. I have looked c all through the Democrat ' for an invitation in the shape of an advertisement,' and .found none. I never go where I am not invited; , T , m . .. ;,,. ;,.: Filthy1 Business. There has been a neighborhood row on New street. From w ids the parties have gone on until the most aggravating things are done to an- . noy. Mouday -evening, two boys, Henry" Reel, aged nine years, and Charles Keel' aged twelve years, were arrested forsmear- ; Ing a Mr. Miller's house with banian ex crement. To this 1 thy trick, it is said they ; were incited by older persona. . They were Aned $3 each and costs, and in default were committed. - "Found. There was found Monday even . : ing, in front of Gillespie & Davis' detec tive agency, near the cornor of High and Broad street, a silver watch. On yesterday a note of hand, as follows, was picked up on the street. , ' St. Johnsbukgh, July 15th, 18C5. . One day after date I promise to pay to John K. Cheney, seven dollars and eighty ' cents, value received, with interest annu ' ally.:,,-. . '.-.' ... -: A bid Cheney. : - V' The articles can be had at Gillespie & Davis' office. Literary. We are happy to chronicle Jibe; appearance of a , new and valuable .;; scientific work of 650 pages royal octavo, entiled "Todd on the Nicolson Pavement." ' The volume Is handsomely printed in block '-"type, spaced with gravel, elegantly bound , , in a. cover of coal tar and sand, with a i eplendid wood ent of the author. - Besides , being an important addition to our heavy p literature, it will be read, with intense in . 'terest during these times of excitement on the subject. For sale at Mrs. Flannegan's - peanut stand and on the street corners gen- ,:raUyV!'l -' r. :'; .... -t '. .. . r"sr' Transferred Yesterday. The folio w - Ing transfer of real estate were left at the Becorder's office yesterday : -William B. Doherty to Elan Yeiser, J uly Sth. lot No.32 in W. A. Gill's second addl- . tlon to the city of Columbus, for $600. T "Holcomb Taller and wife to John T. Tul ' ler; September 1, 1865. lot No. 137 in the town of Dublin, for $1,000. k r " f ; . John R. DavU and wife to Silas H. Buck ' ley, December 29, 1866, part of lot No. 135 ' in the town of Dublin, for $300. : -. i Silas H. Buckley and wife to Joseph T Corbin, March.':lst,'paxt ot lot 135. in the town of Dublin, for $300. " ' : .. : Daniel W. Thomas and wife to Holcomb Tuller, Harcli, 14th, 16 acres of land in Perry township, for $1,050. : : i BOOK NOTICES. T7iiH? World. A monthly mamtine of Jiwrabum ana science. August. 1867 - Lawreaoe Kehoe.m N8sau lUeet. New Vir? ' u Another attraotive number ot this -most attractive monthly. ;- The table of contents is full of the richest gems of ancient and modern literature. ; To the Cathollc it i indeed invaluable. To the general readei tt presents information not elsewhere at taiuable. Terms fa per annum.' ; - OnR.Toenff Fouts, An Illn trt4 MegMine for uu urirw. aokuse, loot. . r Andrews A Hull, next door South of thf postofflce, have this beautiful mag8zioe for saie.i Kouod-the-world Joe is oa.hanri again with bis racy, quizzical and Interest ing stories about the Chinese. Buy it foi your little" ones. ' It is just the thiug for them during vacation. - " The Chtibiiin's Horn. A Marine for the Little usee., toned By X. S. Arthur. Au:ut, 1867. T. S. Arthur A Son.. Sun auU BllCbejuut street. x-u:ieaeipoi.. t P ' t This, as a Magazine for Children, stamh without an equal, r It 1b attractive, as hand some typography and beautifully designed and executed engravings can make it. We wish It were in the hands of every child ii the land. . It would add to their happiness and make them wiser and better. Pric $1.25 per year. .. . Thh RfVKRflTDs " M AAAKtWIE " Vnr Vnnne PrnmlA Auu-u 1867. Fublisbed by Hard And lloughto. . jibw x or. . ,A most beautiful number of a beautiful magazine for young people, is this for Au gust. There are so many points of attrai tion that we hardly know which to mention. Among the Trees is a most attractive pa per served up by one of Flora's priestesses, Never was the study of botany put In so attractive a shape before. The stars in August, too, , should be read by everj young astrologer. The music is very pret ty. -But buy the book for yourselves. The September number will open with a new 6tory by the author of the "Susy Books.'- called "Six Little Princesses, and What They Turned Into." Terms, $2.50 per an num. The Green-Eyed Moj;stkr. There has been trouble where o lately all was p -ace War has broken out in Africa. History has been repeating itself. Again Otht U walks the earth and is ready to "smudder wid a pillah"his dusky Desdamona, urged on by the demon Jealousy, : "The irreen-eyed monster. That makes the meat it feeds on." A few nights since our Othello saw his Desdamona in close confab with a dandy Cassio, whose perfnmed locks and highly polWhed boots have broken the heart of many a female manhood. He saw what be saw, and the demon was aroused within him. He made a grab at the dandy nigger, but caught his Desdamona by the water fall, and dragging the terrified creature home thus, he gave his anger words : "Jes you go, dar again; lem me see you dah onct moah, and I'll tar ebery lock o' wool out ob dat kinky head ob yourn. No dan dify ed buck's gwine to git off wid a whole hide who sashshays round you dis way. You hear dat I" This terrible threat had the effect : of keeping the frisky madam quiet for a while; but night before last be saw the two out riding on a dray. Then he wanted something to tear-r-r-r. ' So soon as the rebellious wife returned be went for her, dragging her out into the streets, tearing her dress off and blacking those eyes so black before. The other mokes interfered and prevented blood shod. Moral. African young ' ladies should never marry Ethiopian gentlemen who are subject to attacks of jealousy. Bather let them pray, with Iago, "Good Hearen, the soul of all my tribe, Defend from jealousy." Police Court. There was quite an as semblage of youth and beauty at the May or's office yesterday. Arrayed in all the gorgeous trappings of modern fashion three hpuntponn damsel? stood. Like the three graces were they, with raven curls, swan like necks, eyes of diamond, teeth of pearl aid all that sort of thing. Two of them. LOU. McCoy and Lou. Friend, had fallen from woman's high estate and were things for Scorn to - point his slow nnmoving finger at.", For ' practicing as courtezans' they were fined $10 each, and In default were committed to the calaboose, wheie, under the guardianship of Dr. Wakeman, they will have an opportunity of learning the divine. art of scrubbing.' The other was Carolina Burzer. Caro line is a benzinist of the first magnitude -Taking her'n without any Old Smear in it, hlsting it pure and simple, she stands as a monument of what a female can accom plish in the benzine way when she pays her entire attention to it. For being drunk she was fined $i and costs and in default she makes her first appearance as a mopist. James Inwine was In liquor. Though Inwine he takes in benzine. Believing that "wine is a mocker," he does not allow It to mock him to any great extent. He prefers his lightning. He' was fined $1.00 and costs. Inwine being in fuuds be pai l up and walked off, singing : "NaT, tell me not. dear, that the goblet drowns One charm of feeling.one fond regret ; Believe me, a few of thy angry frowns. Are all 1're rank in its brigjt ware yet." John Bickenberger is a benzine burgher Like a dead man he is on his beer. He takes to it kindly. Does care oppress. He hist his beer. Does joy illume every pimple on his face. He blsts. Is it warm, cold. dry. wet ; is he happy, does grief oppress. He hists his beer. As a persistent beerist be has no equal. For being in a delightful state of benzine drill, he was fined $1 and costs, and In default went to the stone pile Let as drop a tear o'er his beer. Another Sensation What Next ? The people of Westerville, who have not fully recovered from the excitement and conflicting sentiment consequent to the late asserted postofflce robbery, arrest and trial, have been again astounded by an other affair no less startling, which prom ises to eclipse the former. For a number of weeks past there has been stopping at the Clark Hotel in this place a gentleman known as Hon. Judge Leslie, of Chicago, 111., an ex-judge and a lawyer by profession. He, togethef with his lady, have been spending the sum mer months In Westerville, and since their arrival have made numerous friends by their courteous and agreeable man ners. He has borue the character and de meanor of a perfect gentleman, and In no way have his actions ever given the least room for suspicion. We learn, however, that on Tuesday last he was arraigned before Esquire Meeker in Columbus un der arrest on the affidavit of Mrs. Isabella Moore, who accuses him of getting nionej' under false pretenses. On Thursday, one week ago, Officer M. D. Brooke came to this place with the warrant for arrest, but fiudiue that Judge Leslie had gone to New ark, following him there, arrested Mr. Les lie, and returned with him to the city, ar riving on Tuesday noon. The trial before Esquire Meeker - resulted in binding him over to apper before the Court of Common Plea", in the sum of $3,00 in default of which he was committed. We sincerely trust that there is some mistake in the af fair, and that it will soon be cleared up. We take the above from the Reveille of Jnly 18th, a paper published in Westerville. We think it will be news to many persons here to hear that Leslie is a married man. We had a sort of idea that his single state had been, partially, the cause of his troubles. Humanity pleads strongly for a married man, for a single one never. We rather think that the good people of Westerville have been imposed upon, and that Leslie has no wile. Why Don't Thky? Why don't horses scare and runaway In hot weather? There is surely as much temptation now as dur ing the pleasant weather of Spring and Autnmn. As the poet says : ""They run away In Springtime Wby don't they do it now J" ' Democratic Primary Meeting. To the Democracy of Frauklin County, O.: ', You are requested to meet at your usual -places of holding election in' the several Wards and Townships on Saturday, July 27th, A. D. 18G7, for the purpose of elect- - ing delegates to meet a similar delegation from the County of Pickaway at Thurman .Hail, in the (jity of (joiumous, on.,, , ' Tuesday, Jnly 30, at 10 o'clock, A . N for the purpose of nominating a Senator inr the district composed of the Counties oi ranklin and Pickaway. , , The number of delegates to be chosen will be one for every 100 votes.cast for Ben. Le Fevpr for Secretary of State at the Oc tober Election, in 1366. - The number- of 'delegates to each Township " and Ward, upon me aoove rase, is as roiiowg : First Ward.....:.... Second Ward Third Wrd Fourth Ward Fifth Wsrrl Madison Township.. Truro " Plain Clinton " Sharon ' " .. Washington ' Franklin ,. ... LPniria " Jackson " . ... Sixth Ward Seventh Ward.. BiKhth Ward.... Ninth Ward ViontKooiery Tp. Hamilton. . Jefferson - . " . Mifflin Perr 4 4 4 3 9 3 .....I 1 1 I Blendon -. " .2 Norwich " . .3 1 Brown " y .9 P.eaiant " .. 3 . .....I ....... The polls will be ODened from 7 to 0 o'clock P. M. in the several Wards in the City of Columbus, and from 3 to 5 o'clock r. M. in the Townships. t - None but Democrats and those who pledge themselves to -support the whole Democratic ticket at the October election will be allowed to vote at the primary elec tion. Two Judges and one clerk shall be elected to receive the votes, and shall cer tify the name of the delegate elected. . v JOSEPH FALKENBACH. Chairman Franklin county Democratic Ex ecutive committee. Signs by ins Wayside. ft is a healthy itnng to go to the Springs. Especially is it so in summer. On such a day as yesterday. for instance, one could enjoy himself at the Springs. Certainly he could at the White bulphur. In the cool and quiet shade of the deep recesses of the grand old woods, the visitor could doze away the heavv hours, and pity the sweating denizens of the city. Thus thought a couple of young men of high degree. Thus thinking they resolved to go. We shall call them, for con venience, Harry and Charley. Not because they were so christened, but because thoce names will do as well as any. They pro cured a buggy, an unlimited supply of groceries, and started. Driving over a dusty road is dry work, especially when you are going to White Sulphur; per con sequence, they took in frequent supplies of groceries to lay the dust.. It was past noon when they started, and the many times they were compelled to lay the dust detained them, so that night over took them before they reached the road where they were to turn off in order t reach their destination. Cross road after cross road they bad passed. They had looked at them through the end of a dark green bottle labled "Old Bourb."and weie satisfied that "The path they souet And mourned because they found it not," lay still further ahead of them. Night came, and Harry was just sober enough to feel somewhat anxious, while Charley didn't give a cent if they didn't get there in a week. Satisfied that they had traveled far enough without taking a cross road, though their knowledgo of the way was limited, and there being no house near where they could inquire, they determined to see at the next crossing if there was no friendly guideboard to give them the necessary in formation. It was not long before they reached the point so much desired, and there far up a thrifty beech tree was the wished for guideboard. "HarryholdeHne8," said Charley, as he tumbled out. "Iaregoupertree." He reached the tree, and after considerable difficulty climbed to the signboard. Harry shortly saw him come down like a flash of lightning, and as lie struck there came from him a huge "ugh!" The gentle echoes, startled from their slumbers in the mistry caves of silence caught up and repeated that "ugh !" He had slipped down the tree suddenly, and struck hard, had Charles. Harry instantly jumped out of the bug gy, and ran to the relief of hl3 distressed friend, "What's the matter, Charley," he said, r . ' "Waser marrer?" ejaculated Charles. "Did you see that guideboard ? That guideboard says go to 's for your boots and shoes." The young men thought they had gone far enough for that night, and they re traced their steps towards town. Statistics op the Court of Common Pleas. For the year ending July 1st, we learn from T. S. Shepard, clerk, there have been ci vil j u figments decided in the Frank lin County Court of Common Pleas, to the amount of $92 500.89. During the same time out of 101 indictments, there have been 44 convictions; 22 of them sentenced to the Penetentiary, 16 to the county jail and 6 fined. Twenty cases have been nolle prosequied. There have also been 39 ap plications for divorce, 18 for willful absence and gross neglect of duty, 9 for adultery, 12 for habitual drunkenness. Of these applications 21 parties have been divorced. The cost of criminal cases has been $2, , 805.39. A New Base Ball Club. The Irvington B. B. Club organized last night by the election of the following officers : President T. C. Donaldson. Vice President Dr. T. C. Hasbrouck. Secretary Chauncey KWsey. Treasurer Stanley W. Simmons. - Directors Cyrus Strabel, Chas. H. Ban crolt, W. H. Lennox, C. C. Corner. A glorious set of boys compose the Ir vington, and we expect they will make a first class record ere the season closes. They are entitled to all the space we've got, sure. Gentlemen, here's luck. Go to the Cliina Tea Store for that splen did Tea, the Long Horn Clwp. $1.10 per pound. 3t ' Boarders Wanted. A few single gen tlemen or ladies .can be accommodated with boarding at No. 70 North High street. Also a pleasant unfurnished front room, with boarding, suitable for a small family. tf. Fruit Jars for G Wynne Block. sale cheap at No. iulyla-dl0tw3w Free Lunch. Johnny Fischer, No. 39 East State street, will set a free lunch this morning at 10 o'clock. jyl9-dlw Go to the China Tea Store for cheap Teas, Coffees and Spices. BelJer keeps every variety. 3t Ik it is thrown in your Teeth that you do not keep your dental apparatus In prop er trim, it is your own fault, for all the World knows that you might do so by using that matchelss .vegetable dentrifice, bozoDONT. uly24-deodlw v "The perfume! light Steals through the mist of alabaster lamps, , And every air is heavy with the breath Of orange flowers that bloom ' I' the midst of roses." - Such was the flowery land filled with healing airs and life-preserving products, where Dr. Drake discovered the chief in gredients of his wonderful Tonic Medicine Plantation Bitters the enchanted tropical Island of St. Croix. The Plant ation Bitters, combining all the medicinal and tonic virtues of the healing and life sustaining products of that favored clime, are, wlthoutdoubt, the World's Great Rem edy for Dyspepsia, Low Spirits, and all other Stomachic difficulties. ;;... Magnolia Water. A delightful toilet article superior to Cologne and at half the price. jy24-deod&w2w Th Cholera. Dtv. Bigelow, '.a' .po.ted physician of Boston says : j "From our past observations I do not be lieve that cholera, should it appear in this country, will be so likely to trouble New England as it is to visit the malarious re gions of the South and West." Among all the many different remedies advertised there are none -that act so. com pletely as an- antidote to this - afariou ' poison, and which give vigor and strength, than Dr. Eoback a Stomach Bitters and Blood Pills.' The Blood Pills act directly on the liver, causing it to throw off the deleterious, matter, jmd the' restore the appetite and invigorate the whole sys ttm, thoroughly keeping off the terrible scourge, cholera. jy24-d&wlw : Mason & Hamlin Cabinet ORGANBvr-It is very seldom that any business furnishes so good an example of true enterprise as the manufacture of the above celebrated instrument,- conducted by Messrs. Mason & Hamlin, of Boston, Mass. It seems but as yesterday that the mention of a reed in strument suggested ' naught but snarlinsr.' fine tooth-comb music, and yet such a vast improvement has been made that the qual ity of tone U now hardly recognizable as coming from a reed.T'If our musical read ers will personally examine it, they will agree with us that the Cabinet Organ will fully bear out all that is said of it. Louis ville Journal. ' , . CHOi.ERAMoRBua.-And all disorders of the stomach and bowels, are speedily cured by the use of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure, whilst in digestion or constipation are equally well governed by its. use, for it is a perfect regu lator of the stomach and bowels. Dyspep sia, the most horrible of all diseases, yields at once to its curative powers. It is a val uable medicine, very popular, and should be kept on hand in every household. july24-d&wlw HOTEL ARRIVALS. 1867. NEIL HOUSE. F W FHtner. Hoton. Massachusetts- F Drulira city; J L Oldfield. Boston. Massachusetts; H G Pol lock. Mt Uilead. Ohio: J F Abbott, Boston, Massa chusetts: V R Tyler. Cleveland. Ohio; Mrs Pauline itieau, tmisaaie. Michigan: "v 11 ura.lt, Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania; Simeon O Howe, Wisconsin; Airs Mary Ncwkirk, Hillsdale. Michigan: Mrs Mary Howe Totten. Washington. District of Columbia; U it Thomson, Cincionati, Ohio; J T Wood, Portland, Maine: S tiuldsmith. Cincinnati. Ohinr ft Flamnn. hold. Cincinnati, Ohio:Benjamin Livingston; Brook- Poole, Cleveland. O; Mrs Bullock, Ciroleville. Ohio; B M Scofield. New York; J O Cottrell, Cleveland: A T Wal ing. Ciroleville; Alf B Miller, New York: William T ima'don. Pniladelphia; Thomas F Motl.ut, S lork; hi b Winslow, Illinois. Jubn K Minor. Toledo. O: J l DeiaDlaine. Ciroleville. U: J Edzrr Thompson and wife, biiadelnhia. Pa: H J Jawett. Zanesville, Ohio: George B Roberts. Phila delphia, Pa: John M Pfan, 'inoinrjali. O; Miss Smith, Philadelphia. P; J H Thorp, Cleveland, O: Miss Foster, Phi adeiphia. Pa; T L Jewett. wife and s n, Steubxnville, Ojit; A Leslie. Philalelphia. Pa; J Durant, Cincinnati, Ohie; W il Spihnan, Philadelphia. UNITED STATES HOTEL. J Ambnrg, R R Irvine. K Richards. Cincinnati ; EL Baxter. AU Moore. V J Kceder. West (iilear). () Miu Kmu A boy, Mansfield. O: CE Sevmore. S Tippett, Grove port, 0; I) C Cook and ladv, Dublin, O: W A Pit tenger. New Philadelphia, O; John A Murrav.eity; M Sbawoor, Pickaway Co; W Goodman. Detroit; Cbas Fay. Chicago: II C Cook. Clinton; Fred Hackett, Baltimore; Q N Fisher 4 lady, Midway, O; William tllais. Midway, O; KW Miller and lady, do: A Rriggs, Bloomfie'd; J W Seeds. Shadevilie; .1 D Dellplain, Circltville: N F Walling, do; F J Macon. Haiti mon ; W McGrath, do; J Knight, Car- . . I f'..l..- :r- . . : 1 1 - 1 . 1 I'll: . . , i ii v.iii.i auu niia, viaiiiu,, if ' ' 11 11 1. 1 1 HJ 1 1, and wife, L incaster; J K Brand, do; W Sanford. WlUblUlWt, U UUII,U, V 1 L J . GOODALE HOUSE. J H Cooner. Cirelev lie: 1. I) Msrr.in TMrn. T. Hahn. Zanesville: .1 M Rltu-khnrn CW.ln. (1 l J Browne. Cincinnati; Miss Lizzie Kberley. New Cumberland, 1'oDn, W O Cuntner. Westerville; J S Manning, Woodsfield; V P Latimer, Springfield; T IJapma. F. .. . TT U T J 1 T dianapolis; Dr J B Harping, Sandusky; D I) Mo-. vnuu, rinaiey; v a well, iieueiontaine; f a Chapman. M 0 Ex Co: O W Jennison. city; Saml Hughes, Indianapolis. SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR NON-RETENTION oa INCONTINENCE of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or ulceration of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostate glands, stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust deposi's, and all diseases ef the bladder kid neys and dropsical swellings. USE iifCLMBOLD S r LUID EXTRACT BBCHB. lSVo ... BllANDHErH'S JPIL.L.! Our theory Local disease, whether of the stomach and bowels enlargement of the joints, rheumatic pains, cuta neous eruptions, even dyspeptio oomplaints, boils or whatever form suoh local disease puts on, are so many "Proofs" of a disordered sUte of the blood and bone's, which BRANDRKTH'S PILLS correct and cure. Experience and 40. P00 certifi cates say this is so. B. BRANDRETH. jun2a-d&wlm L,OTIOJ JUCOKD. THE ONLY SAFE AM RELIABLE Antidote against entasrious diseases. Price 3 per bottle; large size, double quantity. $5. Sent securely packed on receipt of price, to any address, witn directions, by addressing . a. uurum E JU.. Sole Agents for the United States, No. 13 Gold street, Nw York. KW Send for circular, -a jun28-deodly WillT IYOT USE THE BEST? OVER TWENTY YEARS incrouinr rlemanrl has established the fact that Mathews' Venetian Hair Dye is the best in the world. It is thechean- est, tl:e most rellahle. and most convenient. Com plete in one bottle. Dees not require any previous oreDaration of the hair. No tnjunle. No ernnk or stain. Produces a beautiful black or brown, as pre- i"rreu. a conn oan apply it. Always gives satis faction. Only 75 cents per bottle. Sold everywhere. A. I. MATHEWS, Manufacturer, N. Y. DEMAS BARNES k CO., New York. Wholesale Agents. Also, Mathews' Arnica Baib Gloss for storingand dressingthe Hair. junei-aeoaiy HYGIENIC WINE, THE GREAT IMPORTED TONIC Used br the best families throughout Europe; ArDroved bv the ImMrial School of Medimne. Paris; Indorsed bv the orominent Members of the Amer ican Medical Association, at their Convention, held in Baltimore. Mav 1st. 1S66. Contain uo SoirUe or any kind, and therefore NOT INTOXICATING I IV THE iGAST It is prepared in Paris from pure Sherrr. and ad mits ini ta com dos i tion onlv tonic aromatia and ftJHfuge substances Ladies will Unci it a delicious substitute for the various tonics which have an alcoholic body. M U riC AT PE RLE is a rare wine of most dht?ht ful flavor. It is thepr juics of a most delicious graps. It surpasses in excellence anj table wine in tne country, used in f urope tor sacramental pur poses. Church people are invited to inquire into it. Thosa winal b.pa snlrl hv all 4 rn rvari ct ni4 . II JONES 4 SON and HOUSTON GARDNER, Ch umous, uaio. AlAiCn dE JSS. Cincinnati, Agents for Ohio. augS-deodly-o1 Know Thy Destiny. Madams E. F. Thornton, the great English Astrologist, Clairvoyant and Psychometriclan, who has astonished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. V. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of seoond sight, as to enable her to impart knowl edge of the greatest importance to the single or mar ried of either sex. 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DROPSY ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE COM PLAINTS, GENERAL DEBLULY and all diseases of the : . URINARY ORGANS whetherexiating in MALE OR FEMALE, ' from whatever cause originating and no matter of - HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these organs require the use . a diuretio. If no treatment is submitted to Consumption or Insanitv may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are supported from these sources, and the . . HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. , and that of Posterity, depends boob prompt use o ' reliable remedy. ..... - HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHTJ ' Established Bpwards of X8 yean, prepared by II. X. IIEIttBOMV DRUGGIST. 694 Broadway. New York, and 104 South loth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ; feb21-dly NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, To Ohio Statesman. FROM EUROPE. BY OCEAN TELEGRAPH. Financial and Commercial. olosed 94; 5 20s. Illinois Central, 76; Erie, 48; A; & OVWifi. K. consol idated bonds, 22." ' LlVEKPOOi. Julv 23 Evening. Cotton has been qntptbut closed steady; middling u planus, uya. uneansy iu?, sales iuuuu. Manchester market for croods and varns. quiet. Breadstuff closed fi rtn with an np- ward tendency in Drices: flour advanced 1? per sack. Wheat advanced to 2d and closed lit lid for California white. Corn steady at 25s9d. Der ouarter. for mixed western . Peas fi rm at 41s. per quar ter, for Canadian.-. Barlev steady at 5. Oats steady at 43.- Provisions Pork 73s; beef 140s ; lard 493 ; bacon 42s ; cheese 55s for fine American. Produce generally tin changed. Petroleum 4d for spirits, and U3d for refined. . .. - - - ,.. Examination. , London. Julv 23. Gen. Farcola. or Far- rpll,who was arrested fir this city on the 15th inst. on a charge of complicity with the Fenians, is undergoing an examination at Dublin. Denial. Berlin; Jiily 23. Cou nt Bismarck's offi cial organ denies that there is any truth in tne recently reported stories ot the proba bility of war. " ' " ' ' Passed. 23, the Corps Legislatif yesterday theordinary budget propositions were passed. Poland and Russia. perial unkase. all political and eovern mental distructiou between Poland and the empire of Russia are obliterated, . and Poland Is how absorbed into Russia as one ot the provinces ot the Empire , The Reform Bill London, July 22d Midnight. In the uoue oi ixirds to-night, a motion was made on the part of the Government for a second reading of the Reform bill., Earl Derby made a lengthy and powerful araru nient in favor of the bill, and was followed by Earl Gray and others in opposition. Further debate on the subject was post. poned. ' ""- '-' FROM NEW YORK. Veto New York. July 23. The Mayor -has vetoed the resolution granting the Harlem Railroad permission to run dummy en gines between their freight and passenger depots, on the ground ot danger to Human lire and depreciating property. Mandamus. Supreme Court. has granted a mandamus comoelling the Excise Board to pay over to the Commis sioners ot the sinking Fund the balance In excess of necessary expenditures received from licenses for gales of- liquors. These monies amount to nearly half a million for the month ending May 25th. The Roberts Fenians. . The Express says the statement recently published that the annual excursion of the lighting members of the Roberts wing of the Fenian organization would come off on the 15th ot August, Is entirely devoid of foundation. No movement of a hostile character will be attempted until after the tortneomtng general uongress 01 tne urotn erhood, to be held at Cleveland early in September. Controversy. between the Collector of the port and quar antine commissioners, whereby passengers arriving in New York are much inconveni enced. The Collector has refused to grant permits tor the discharge ot passengers and baggage until a certificate of the health officer has been sent to the city, the steamer meanwhile lying in quarantine waters. Hitherto this permit lias oeen granted in advance of the arrival of the sttamer, so that if the vessel had a clear bill of health the passengers could be landed without FROM WASHINGTON. Rumor of Efforts to Have Stanton Removed. New York, July 23. The Herald's Washington special says : President John son is anxious to remove Stanton, Secreta ry of War. There is a faction in Wash ington of Southern secessionists and North ern copperheads who are endeavoring to get Stanton out, and also prevail upon the President, who still holds the power, to remove Gen. Grant and the five Depart ment Commanders of the South. The Mexican Expeditions. The President is preparing a proclama tion warning all persons in the United States from ioining in any unlawful expe Gen. Sheridan—New Command. The Tribune's special says : There is tol erably good authority for sayiug that the f resiueut will shortly assign tieneral bher- idan to a new command. Sheridan's suc cessor has not yet been named. The Mexican and Austrian Missions. Washington, July 23. In view of the complicated condition of political affairs in Mexico and the grand Franco-Austrian movement in the direction of Mexico, these two missions are among the most impor tant and difficult, but under the tenure of office law the officers remain In abeyance and the President has no authority to ap point Ministers to Austria or Mexico until the Senate shall again meet and confirm the nominations. Execution of the Reconstruction Acts. The President has under consideration the propriety of calling the five district commanders to this city, that they may confer with each other and the Executive relative to the execution of the reconstruc tion acts, and determine what means may be devised upon nuitorm rules ot action and The Impeachment. The Judiciary committee closed the im peachment investigation this morning. FROM ST. LOUIS. Base Ball. St. Louis. July 22d. The base match between the Nationals and Empires to-day closed at tne end ot tne sixth in ning to enable the Nationals to reach the train for Chicago, where they play a match with the Excelsiors to-morrow. The af ternoon score stood : Nationnls 53 ; Em pires 26. The Nationals complimented the Empires very highly, and pronounce two of its members the best players in the West. Found Dead. J., was lound dead on the sidewalk on the corner ot Fourth and Vine streets, early this morning. It is supposed he fell from the window of his room. Express Defalcation. States Express Company at Weston, Uo, absconded last week with eight or ten thousand dollars belonging to the company. Mathers was a member ot the hrm ol Mathers & Co, grocers, which made au as signment about a month ago. Indian Depredations. The officers of the steamer McGill, inst from the Upper Missouri, say a band ot 150 Sioux Indians attacked Fort Bhre. The tribe above Fort Stephenson killed three and ran of twenty-livo ponies the same night. The same Indians s tarn puled a number of Government horses and wound ed one soldier at Fort Stephenson. Cholera—Crop Prospects. Memphis, Tenn, July 23. The cholera Is decreasing here. The President of the Board of Health states that no cases have occurred in the vicinity where the Nichol son pavement is being laid. Accounts from Arkansas represent the disease prevailing on plantations in the vicinity of Pine Bluff Desare and Helena. One planter near the latter lost twenty-live hands last week. Crop prospects in that State are very en couraging, and large amounts of corn lias bren planted. Gen. Pillow, planting near Helena, estimates his corn crop at 200,000 Vr.,dv..i t'..iiv turn.r.tiirrta nf r.he lnml in UUflUCISi A U11J " ' " " ' - cultivation tnis season have been planted. Suicide. Sprixgfield, Mass.. July 23. A. Shin rarat, one of . the Japanese students at Monson, committed suicide by banging, on yesterday evening. Mental depression, amounting almost to insanity, was the cause of the act. - ' ' ; Arrivals. States steamer Augusta and Monitor Mi antonomah arrived here - last night from Europe, via Nassau. The Lord Bond Robbery. , ' New York, Juljr23. A month agoKu rus Lord, of the celebrated Lord bond rob bery, received from an unknown source fourteen hllnrlrarl tliiMicanrl rillaM M thm stolen bonds, sent through the firm of uaiiios vj. rung s sons, irom the .London bankers, Baring brothers who received tllCm frfrm n.Tnrln,i laurvof uhn li o ,1 . ceived them from the guilty party. Who uiinu party is remains a secret to tne .Eng lish lawyer. " ; The Tobacco Crop—Brownlow's Majority. jority, i i New York. Julv 23. Th TTer'alri' Louisville special says : The tobacco crop will not exceed two-thirds the usual Quan tity. Prices are advanced. . . , The Herald's Nashville snecial savs ? The Republicans estimate the majority of Brownlow for Governor over Etheridr at tweuty thousand. Yachting. - ron will be ready soon for the annual east ward cruise at Glencove, on Thursday, August 1st. Eighteen entries' have been made. Hung Himself. Kenosha, Wis , July 23. H. Robins, a wealthy farmer of the town ot Salem, hung himself last night in a tit of insanity. CARPETINGS. J. J. SICKLY. B. T. HOWEI.L. J. A. JEFFREY RICKLY, HOWELL & CO., WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALERS IN V r: f - l CARPET I NGS OIL CLOTHS. MATTINGS, RUGS, WINDOW SHADES, DAMASK AND LACE CURTAINS CURTAIN MATERIALS, ETC., AT LOW PRICES ! ! WO. 164 MAI.-V STREET,. .'Near Koubth, . . CINCINNATI OHIO. anS26mini d LEA & PERRITJ'S Worcestershire Sauce ! PRONOUNCED BY EXTRACT of a Letter from Medical Gentleman atklAVKASto bis Brother at CONnOISSEURS TO BB THg 'Only Good Sauce" WoBCKeriiR, May, 1851. AND APPUCABLX TOirf "Tell Lie A A Psk RTNS that their Sance 18 highly esteemed in India, and is, in my oninion. the most Dal- Every Variety 1 2S5r atable as well as the "cTiimoBt wbolesome vavss" sanoe that ia made, The saocess oi this most delicious and unrivaled condiment baring caused many nnprincipled deal' era to apply the name to Spuriout Compound, the Public is respectfully and earnestly requested to see that the i-ames of Lka A Pebeins are upon the WRAPPER. XiABEL, STOPPER and BOTTLE. Manufactured by LEA &. PERKINS, Worcester. JOIIW DUWCAIVS SOn'S, Afrents for the lTnitcd States. NEW TORK octl7 is2lawwAs-ly lir7TITrft:al Paving Notice. To alluhom it may concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. J Columbus. O.. July lu,18U7.i Xoticeisherebr civen. that DroceeriimrshRVAheen instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for uiamug kua liillunriui; impruvemeDls. lO W1C- For grarelinx the uneiarelcd roacay of Wasb ins'on avenue from Kion street 10 Walnut alley. The same to be done in aeenrdanee with nlat and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil hi gi neer. and filed in the office of the (Vitv s.!mU an persons claiming damages on account of said DroDOSOd imDroveinentS. are rpf:nirf(il tn filn l.hAir claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, ou or ueiote mo x weniy- taira uty m August. A. 13, 1867. L. E. WILSON, -dltaw4w Paving Notice. To all whotn it may Concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, Columbus O., July 10, 1867. Notice is hereby given tha. proceedings have been imt tutert in the City Council of Columbus for making the following improvements, to-wit : For graveline the rotdwavon Last at eel from the east side of Water street to the west side of West street. Also, for la lug a crossing on High street across Cherry street on the west side. The same to be done in accordance with nlatB and estimates to be precared by the City Civil Engi neer, ana ntea in tne nfflce ot the Lily Clerk. All persons elaiminc damaaes on account of said proposea improvements, are required to file their claims in the t mce of the Clerk, in writing, on or be 'ore the lwenty-eecond day of August. A. 1) 1867. L. E. WILSON. . jjll-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. uhom it may Concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, Columbus. O- July 16. 1867.J Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the followii g improvements, to-wit: For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks, gutters and crossings on the south side of Mound street from Front street to the Canal bridge. Also, for graveling the roadway of Sixth street from tiound street to South Public lane. Also, for grading and paving the unpaved side walks, gutters and crossings on the north side of Long street between High and Front streets. Also, for grading and paving wi h boulders Cbase ail y from State stieot to Oak street. Also, for grading and graveling the roadway of Park street from the C. A 1. C. R. R. bridge to Bond street. The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gin er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. AH persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvement, aro required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or before the Thirtieth day of August. A. I). I8fi7. L. E. WILSON. jy!9 dltaw4w . City Clerk. FIVE LOTS FOH SALE. FIVE LOTS, SITITtTE IN A GOOD locality, in he visinity of the city of Cnlum bus, are for s le. A good hou-e and other build ings are upon the lots. The lots will be sold in parts i' desired, i'or further particulars, inquire of GEORGE STELZER. Jy22-d9w Cor. Fourth and Moun. FOR RENT. A LARGE TRHEG 8TOHV BRICK bOUSK on North Public lane, facing the Union llepot The house eon aits 18 large rooms, and is well calculated for a Hotel or Boarding bouse. Rent toCO per year, with good security. JAMES PATTERSON, jyK-d Freight Office C C. A C. R. R. MARRIAGE GUIDE. ANOTHER EDIXIOI JUST PUB lished, being the 38th of the POCKET SCU LAPlUS.or Every One his own Doctor, including a Treatise on Diseases of Females, Irregularities Ac., with a hundred engravings, explaining those diseases, in both sexes. By Wm. Youko, JI. D. Every one may conduct any case of secret diseases, self-abuse, or those distressing diseases incidental to youtb, manhood or old age, without resorting tr the quacks of the present day. Let no man contemplating marriase be anothet hour withoutreading this wonderful book, as itdis elosea important secrets, which should bs known tr them partie.ilarly.; . ... Let the weak and bashful youth who has ruined his constitution by the debasing habit of aelf-abuw read this book. It will be sent to all parts of the United States as Canadaa for SO cants. Address, v DR. WM. YODNQ No. 416 Spruce street, Philadelphia, Pens. juneH-wly Review of Columbus Market. Review of Columbus Market. STATESMAN OFFICE. TUESDAY EVENING, July 23. RETAIL MARKET. Wheat, Roe.-i-. 9 Boat? ss. ifiyropjerral - H cost so vat per eustiel.. i.w.M, Corn perbnshel "0,- wawe rrap...... i ts SorgBOBi....,. . ..-. rxTiin Tea Y. H. end tf. P. 1 00 Bittv dm a.. ,Ui. 1"Lard per !. 15 i3 20: Oolone 1 4ymt an xaiiuw. per .t"pv ?c pried Apple3-,Vlk...l0c Rio Coffee Der B,...J8.w Java " " .....ttjsXoa Uned feachej. do ... SOcj KIce.Laroljns.per e,..l(m (rooms oer dns noi os White Beans.. .3 60 3 S5 roMtoes Dew: ,, HaHinsaefca . 8altperlbl..,.., a enjliav per ton. SIS 00'0o ...sunoap,Dox,per .. .iie .2 5fli Ulavtt per lil.U OOasli uo -reet per cwt- w w . wniie.... viDcsii? vn Hh-raMerS e ft Mr ' ' Rye...,, 11 00 Bait For Tr bbl . : . OCandles. tanew.U; . . , ,)o jy oodperuord. W 50. . .... handles, oali JSo Macker'l o.l.4 bl .$12 Cheese, aer .vl 1. X bbl-& 73 Wbiskyper aal..r.-..tl i Rasiea, MR. bx 4 isn 5 r -1 r .J.kita.Jj4i White Fish X bbl. :.$T B0 layers .7iaU on loa visn per snew.-. ..loo Herring per bbl $10 00 Dper dot..r.X . SOc - Bultaa p a 3, Figs per .. 30a Prunes -per k...Av.X&e Wool Twine--;0&5s S, O. Hams per sV. 30s BtiM.i... i If. Corn Meal per bus...$l lot Lined Keer. 1'W N.0.8uKartVI316c ni.ljioour m;aoiiriear-aiw.,.iiw.. -aon ilolassespergaltl SOl (iOiKags- WHOLESALE MARKET. Floub-Sales at All WVS00for red, and tut oo IT 00 for white. - , , , Whh at Scarce and firm. No.. T Rei Weston I25; No. S do2 00; No.i Milwaukee Club W50. No. S do MOO. .-,,1 j iTii I CORN-Firra at65e.- . . - - ' " 1 " ' SATe" .Selling at 43o. T :T:, ra ; r- ' Rts Sales at 1 5. ' '...; -J Hat Sales at H 0018 oo.t -. .-. , s 'r , Bbans Saleaatta S0S3 00. ' '"" '-SALT-RnlesattJ 65. delivered, per bbl and firm. . Fism White rule art CIS eotSM DOser bM. ii Flax Sggn Sales at 2 25a 40 per an. j' J Clovkk Serb ftio oj?n oo. -y - - uii" Timotht Sbid taoo. -'!; 1 -i f wei '. BUCKWUBAT FLOUK 144 SO. ' Cincinnati Money Market—July 23. GOLD 139 buying. . . i,r-T ':'. UO.xfc V Eecierr -. :7 .. v i'l Cincinnati Money Market—July 23. New York Stock Market—July 23. - STOCKS Government slocks more active and a .hasle firman . The losing pnow ,enwn tiooweoa of 1881 110'; coupons of 18C2UlXrdy4fl8&A09X: do of 1865 1095;; do January aod Jul- . 10SX; do of 1847 108H; 10-40 coupons luX; August 7-30's.luS; JunelWX- . . : t Ohio Certifioatea 26VW&: Canton 48X9J4: 'Cumberland Coal 38si39; Quicksilver 363.KS: Mariposa .100i100X :"Western Union Telegraoh 848X: Paoitio Mail H7X: -Atlantic Mail 113; New York Central 109XM93: Kri KJi 7SJ,': Hudson 11 119; Reading 108;(S10X: Mich ican Central HOXiSlU; Miobiawi-oatbera 1X 8l Illinois Central 118illi; Pittsburgh- 1 ?i02: Toledo 121; Kock Island 102;,' lira;.;: North western TKmn: do preferred 72'i(71S ; Fort Wayne 102Xslu2j;-. Wabash SO: Aria'na' Expnsa Tin; Americas 7tt-7l; United States 7374; Wells. Farao A Co. eTSS7; Hercbant'a Union 164M7M; Missouri 6'a 103104; new Tennessee, 67. . a New York Market—July 23. COTTON Very firm at S7Z7Xo for middling up'ands, chiefly at ii7. ... - FLOUR Marketdull and. heavy and 1525c low en at t-i 6038 00 for snperfiae Stats and wes tern; 18 05:89 80 for extra western; 10 603:12 00 for ohoi-e do- 9 90310 75 for shippinc brands extra round hoop Ohio; (10 85913 75 for it ado brands; to OH ill 00 for St. Louie sprio: 11 009 18 50 for winter do, California heavy at 11 0I3 75 for choice. KYK FLOUR Quiet at 7 OOCt 00. .. . WHISKY Quiet an steady. - T WH KAT Market dull aod 35c lower: $1 70 for No. S Chicieo; 2 82 ior white California: 2 80 for white Virginia. 2 6&S2 72 lor Amber Georgia. RYE Ouiet: Canada 1 55. BARLEi' MALT Komi Dal. " 1 COltN Market heavy aud l9e lower: mStl 00 for sound mixed western: tl 01tl 02)4 for choice do; 84c97c for unsound do; 92is97c for kiln dried, and 1 10K for white weste n, OATS-In moderate request without deoided chance in prices: 89'984e for western, and 91 a t3a for State, and 93S3-e for Ohio. RICK Dull and uncharged. COFFEE Steady; Uioinbond rold. ' SUGAR Very aotive and firm HwOlvJic, for Cobs; 1393Kc for Porto Kico and 1.0 boxes of Uavai.na ViX&Wi. VOI.ASKS-Dull and unchanged. HOPS-Quiet. -- : PhiTROl.hllM Firm at UVU'ie for crude in bulk and 3133c for refined in bond POkK Old firm and clo.cd heavy ?3 7524 12 for ne mes:, closing at t23 86 cash; fi2 75 for old mess; $l?o;20 0a for prime, and (2250 for prime mes. HE K K HAMS Dull; at $39 O040 CO. BaCON Scarce and firm. - - " : -' BEKF-Kirm. CUT MKA I S Firm; HX12c for shoulders; 4m&ic for hams. LARD A shade firmer at 1213;ofor new. ;: ) BDTTER-Uncbanged. r . CHEESE Quiet at Hi.' ' ' . " "' 1 LATEST 5 P. M. ,V.' ; 'l FL0UH Closed dull and 5l8c lower for com mon grades - W H EAT Dull 3 5o lower for new witd increased supply oi spring. . J RYE Quiet at $1 43S1 45 for Western. OATS Firm at 8285o for western and 92a93o for Ohio. 1 CORN Dull at &8cl 02; for good to choice new mixed Western and 85396c for unsound. rORK Active and firmer; JdetS at 24 cash and regular, closiug firm and fail active at the quota tion. .. , , , BEEF Quiet and steady. ... UUT MJiATSB'Srceaadfirm. ' '-4 BACON Quiet ami firm with limited supply. LARD Not very firin a 127i(atl3c lor fair to prime and 13,134C lor kettle rendered. Cincinnati Market—July 23. QFLOUR Dull, and prices lower; extra 9S9 SO; family $9 75 JO E0. WHEAT In better demand: sales of No. 1 red at . SI ss&l 08. There was some shipping dene at the close. . ; t ORN Dull and nominal. - ' -' OATS Dull; 82c for No. 1 in bulk. - RYE Unsettled and nono-offered: (1 25. at the close, without buyers. OOTTON Unsettled: middling nominal at 25c. Hold -rs not offering. - - ( " WHISKY Steacy at 30c in bond. POKK Mess aativoat24 60S5. Holders gen erally not offering. BULK MEATS Excited and higher; shoulders closed at 12c, and sides at 14c; holders ask Ho higher for both. BACON Advanced to 13o for shoulders. 15c for sides, and loo lor clear sides, bolder asking still higher rates; l ut little out of smoke. LAUD Dull and unchanged; 12ic for prime.' HAMS Unchanged; common 18c; augaircured S0K21C. '.:....:: BI'TTKR Unreanged. ; ' -CHEESKUnohanged. SL'GAK FiJm. .: ., 1 . COFFEE Steady. Cleveland Market July 82. FLOUR Quiet and steady for fiesh ground. TTe quote XX spring at iio SUsVU 25 for country and city: 12 2514 25 for XX red winter; 14 6O1SI6 00 for XXX white. WHKAT Market unsettte', and with a down ward lerdency. r'peculative tranea-titns are made with extreme caution. Car Jots new red winter eu spot held at $3 .10 for No. 1. Sales for future deliv ery, includiLg all this and next week were m deat t2 29 for No. 1 red winter, a decline of 60 since Sat urday, - CO KN Continues in light receipt and fair de mand for sound parcels of No. 1 shelled held at S5o from pore. OATS Very scarce and exceedingly firm.. Held at 85S 86c for No. State from Store. SMOKF.D MEATS Steady and firm. Sales S.oooibs plain bams at 18c; 1,000 lbs sugar cured do. at 20c; 1,500 lbs Dr.ed Beef at S4o. Shoulders and Baon unchanged. - - - BUTTER Quiet and in moderte deroard at 17ii 18c for choice Western Reserve June made. There is ro inquiry forthe common grades, and the mar ket is entirely nominal. - : 1 .. . t. : CHEESE Dull and unchanged. Held at T 13c for dairy and aotory, boxes inoluded. LAKK FISH Market quiet. We quote White fish to 00; iv o. 1 pickerel 5 50; No. 2 pickerel $5 00; trout $4 5iv herrin? $4 50. H GHWINES Dull and nominal. ' ALCOHOL AND SPIRITS Quietat the follow ing figures: Alcohol, 98 per eent, $4 404 45: Col ogne t-pirits $155; Neutral Proof Spirits (2 4S(s 2 48. PETROLEUM Market very firm with an active demand for both bonded and free. Held at 23l2o fur standard white in bond; 4&47o tor do free. DRIKD APPLES Light request but firm- Held at 6v8c. according to quality, packages include!. FEATiitRS Demand fair and market steady at 8(hsjc according to quality, for live geese. PLASTER Good d einand and firm; Alabsster white, $8.00 per ton ail'iat, .9,00 from store; "Pow ell's." S1O.0O; ' Alsbaiter'' Calcined, g3.00 per bbl. -Powell's" do 14.00 WHITE LIME Fair demand and steady at $1.50 per barrel for cirv and Fremont. WATER LIME Grod supply and market steady . ot S2 00 per barrel for Oswego and Ackron. BARLEY MALT In fair request: held at $125 for N o. 2; SI 45 for No. 1 Canada. Market—July 22. i Old hay is quite scarce at the Sixth street retail market, and as there are some persons that will feed no 01 her. an advance has been obtained. New hay has been sold as higb as $33 On, but it is now offered freely at $20 00. New sheaf oats are now coming in and selling well at tISOO. Straw is scarce, ana prices merely nominal. Ear corn is retailing at 95o per bushel. We quote the rates on wagon t, delivered, as fol lows: Prime timothy hay, per tun (wood timothy, per tun Prime old, hay. per tun Oat straw, per tun Wheat straw, per tun Ryestiaw, in bundles, per tun..... Sheaf oats, per tun $20 0 18 00 , 33 00335 00 . It! 009)15 OO 12 003115 OO 18 OO& M (10 IS 00 Wool in Detroit. Yesterday and especially to-day, the trade has as sumed several additional shades, and to-night the market is decidedly "blue." and may be considered materially disabled if not broken. For two or three weeks the markets throughout the State have been increasing in activity until they equaled atd even surpassed tbose of last year, such activity being at tended by more or less excitement with the strong speculative feeliag under which a large share of the purchases have been made. The receipts dn ring the months of July up to date, in 1866 and 1867, have been 2,619,170 lbs against 2,304.845 lbs of last year. Duly two of our cit y dealers have pnrrchasod to any ex'ent upon their own account. One of these has withdrawn entirely from the market, and the other has, except at very low rates, which practi cally amounts to tbe same thing, and pr- bably very l'ttte will be be taken at fates now offered, vis : 36 40o for the choicest clips, with an average of about SK$37e. Another dealer who has taked tome on Eastern orders offers 40o for the choicest geades de livered here. Cincinnati Wool Market—July 22. There is considerable depression in the Northern sod Eastern wool srkets, and many of tbs buyers have withdrawn Hera the clip is coming in more freely, and it is still taken at previous prices. Wo quote: - . Tub washed wool. 39342; very clean toll wool. 42 S45c, and unwashed do 25(B28c. Fleece Common to H blood. :i537c; a to X blood, 3740: to v blood. 4042s, and to full blood, 4245o per lb. CITY CLERK'S OFFICE; . - Col-hbus, Ohio, July 30.1867.1 THE IHTEKEST ON TUN CUT Bounty Bonds due August 1st. 1867. will be paid en presentation at the City Clerk's Office, ea and after August 1st, 1867." - L. E. WILSON, j.v20-d2w City Clerk.