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SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. IP, 16'
LOCAL MATTERS.
: Tl.. Adams Express Company places oa daily
unto otilicatiomi lo it for ibe very latast papre
(rem ilie trtprft oitiea.
The ArJeTiTari Express Company haB our
Uunko lor t diily favors in tho shape of tho
r Wtust tavern paper.
MoAt.it Ctclobaiia. Montgomery 'Hall
rrawdtd last evenini; to its utmost capacity
There baa not been in our eiiy, for some timo
pst, an exhibition bo attractive to our Irian
fellow uitixena, aod to lim lolumDna punuc goo-
walls, aa tho C clorania of Ireland. The fine
panoramlo wiews presented, accompanied with
full and interesting explioation by Mr. MoAtot,
mke one familiar with the scenes and history
of Ireland. The Irish songs and melodies
given forth by the sweet voicn of Miss Kate
McAvoy, elicit unbounded admiration and ap-
planne. 1Uriy, though young In years, ex
cites spontaneous aod Irresistible laughter by
his exquisite deiiiieAtiohs ot Irish fun and hu
mor
We are gratified to announce that the Cy
clorai, with all its interesting appendages
will be on exhibition at Montgomery 1111 this
eveuiiiir, and, by special request of a large num
ber ol citizens, on Monday evening. There
will be changes ictroduced in the music, songs
and other txwciKoa of tho axhibition, which
will render it tliU more Interesting and amus
ing.
"XT Mrs Lmo jtw, wife of the President eleot,
was st New Yoik, at the beginuing of tbU week,
on her way to Cambridge, Miss , to visit their
ion, who is a, atudeut in Harvard University.
Some of our lady readers may feel interested in
knowing something of her personal appearance
end dress, which eie tLus described in oneof
the New York City papers :
"Mrs.. Lincolo is of medium height, slightly
inclined to embonpoint; her luce is oval, aod as
remarkable for Us regular and rounded outlines,
as is her uaabaud's for its anguhrily. She has
oft eye, d-iik hnlr, fair complexion, and alto
gether usagreeoble a Uceas one would wish to
see. Her dress wa a brown or oak-colored silk,
with gratth fljwera aud leaves. I( was made
loll, with flounces, fitted well, hung gracefully
ahnnthvr ueron. and trailed lust a trifle. Her
bonnut was of black silk, trimmed with cherry
ribbon, which, with a dark mixed shawl, neat
ly fitting kid gloves, aud a rich lavruder-color-ed
parasul, completed ber costume.
Paku Fchioms fort January The Parisian
belles piy their visit th'.a season in neat and
quiet dresses '.be stuffs generally adopted for
winter wear being robes de fantaisie, plain or
brocaded, and pepUcs are alj la favor. Me
rinos arc hlrjios: d!iCaid(i, on account tf their
fliccidi'.y. Tba f.esbisa for bonnets allows am
ple room f'r the dip!.y of Individual taste, and
the most impjrUat rsqremants for this article
of dress are, that itehall set well, suit the ex
predion cf the lsce, net add to the years of the
wearer, and be without pre'.ontion. Those cf
ilaek velvet, wit'a a rostdlo on the left band
side, and of lit-c tiik and b'.tck vaivet, nra the
most popular.
i . 1 1 1 1
CTOno day last week, Washington Davis, of
Elen townso'p, Licking county, took his gun,
1 put it to i't nwh to aaeertiia whether it was
loaded or not, end eot his foot agaic9t the cock
as he blew info thevaizs'.e- Hie foot s'ipped,
the barnoier lei!, end the gun inetaDtly explo
ded, blowing the whole charge into bif bead,
trilch killed bis iuSisuUj
XT Rev. P. KaaoEB, one of the Prleata of the
Catholic Chcrch ot tne Holy 1 rinily, L.iccinnaui
died oa Wevnexdav, and tbe funeral took plaoe
ytateruaj.
Ciiwinnalt
ill am rcaiaca icr miay jears
"CT The K'bool mistrosscj whom Gov. Slade,
of Vermont, aont out to Oregon, wero to pay a
,er.n ,r.l.. ntlMn nna i,
ana ot sJ, si tuvj uaiii
Mit of the girle paid the fine.
Rail Road Time Table.
tlTll liun St Cuu at Bts k Xxma R. n.
Leaves. Arrives
- rcomtnndarton C.10 A. M. 9.15 P. M.
N-o.SkW 9 30P.M. J 30 P. II.
- Might Kxpress .2.45A.W- 2.45 A. M
Cuvauxo, Coicatacs At CiKtsaaTi E. S.
Cmraaa and Mall 3.(0 P. M. 1.40 P.M.
Night Kxprrn.
...3.C3 A. SI.
1 A W.
CnraAi. Oma U. H
Expreas Train.
Mall Train
. 3.00
4 30 A.
'i HO P.
9.40 P
'. 4i.
PiTTsarsoH. Ooldmsfs k CixrixsaTi 11. B.
tsmtssTrata , 3 00A.M. 3.30P.M
Mailtnla )! 4oP. M. S P. M.
djotraars &. InnuKaPotis E . K.
. - tOolumbcs, Hqua at Indiana K, B.)
xpreas Train 8:10 A. si.
- . Express Train K:45P. it,
1 1.1') A M.
8:10 P.M.
Di iTCTio. M ny
people nave a prejudice
ekgsiuat Saleralns,
.l.l..t.t.. .l,k .nn
uijuaiu, u w
,Ki. r,rr,t ii.n ia unhealthfnl. and
uw, .iw, , . . .. - .
onght to be avoideO; nut too oral cnemiam nna
r.Leaii'Unfl av. that saleratusl
, L ; . i . , t. .
when frt fnm tmpurim, Id not Only not tin-
and provocative of dyspepaia. bnt tbat
it, in reality, promotes digestion aim sirengm-
: . r
. ns thediircaUre orcniH. Auewprooeae ut re
-! .M. . ..il intis JuRvrl. and in use
uuive ian n,u.v, ...; -
only by v. a ue Lana cc wo., ot tne i airpun,
Chemical Works, 'airport, Monroe Lo , n. X.,
eoahlen them to make a perfectly pure Salera.
vuaum tuma w - f ,
tag, which should at ODCO be in use la every
v tw. .4 ,-11-Kl- n,lU. nf
auwwuuiu. auwi'uiij n . -v
. De Land & Co.'a Saltiratus ahould make it im
medlalely popular. ' It Is for sale by most gro
cera and storekeepers, and tho grocers la the
large towns and villages wholesale it.
Laaoc Shimiiwts. It is astonishing to cee
Vf to
the large aniOOUt of McLIaN a BTatNGTHXNINO
notniiL that la ah oned off dailv to diBerent
. parts of the country. It la esarcely three months
since this article was first Introduced, and now,
fa, r 1. UM..I. tfe m iHA..J
juugiug i rum im apm " " y-
wselated all OTaa the Western Country. ,
Ererf drucelet, dry eooda or grocery - mer
'.chin TiaitiDR our city should be sure to obtain
a Supply Of this , Cordial. It i jus the thing
t .tr,wth.n anrl ln.itror.tfl the weak
. - a
.. n4 debimate'd.. Louis Dtmocrat.
i iFn ma HDN0ar!,, But do It With COod
. . . .. , . ... T n
' ' hoiefmeread made with JamrB Pyle'a pure
IhetrtieSnrfratu, which contaioa no aduitera
'lions, and is aa harmless aa flour no other
BttuBeware of imitations! Depot 345 Washing
ton Strsxj, New York. Sold by grocers every
where. . '
UDTanSET B CALM. UuRUt by tbia limo to
in year Aouie. Almost erery family uses
. and knowa Its value, for Barns, Coalds, Bruises,
Fractures, Sprains, Neuralgia aad Rbeuma-
tUmlt Is the boat remedy known. i
'-1 .' BT See advertisement of Prof. Mu.ua
,l Hatr"InvtjroMtottn another eolumo.
XrOCRIHINa COODRBlack English Crapes;
-' ill Cntae Collars. Onffs and Sleeves! Long and Short
' Okp VeaUt Kooad Urapa Vails; Lace Veils Crave
" traaiMdt Plain Uemmed Collars; Beta: tlatadktreliiets
Alexandre'a Black KM Gloves! rasa: KtbbonM Bilks;
BosmtasatiMaii Trawallug and all olher kinds of Ores floods
conauuiue on nand In xratl Tanety.
PETE BAR.
aaayO first door aorth ol Nell Hoas.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL
HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.
Mr. Koott. rillnif to a oueilloo of pitvilego. said that
Capt. Darling, the aailitant Doorkeeper, bad ejected
from the Uoora visiting gentleman.who was admitted on
the Democratic aide of the House'and requeued bim to
leave, on the ground that It win contrary to the rulea.
Looking to tho republican side ho. Mr. Scott, it there
one who win not a member , yet he waa allowed to re,
main. This showed a dlegustlog partiality and preju
dice. The TIoue went Into committee of the whole on the
lUieof the Union on thoarmy bill
air. Peodletoo, of Ohio said at a former period of the
day he had Ineffectually sought I obtain the floor to pre
sent petitlona of ten thouiend cltiteni of Cincinnati,
praying Oongreia topiua the Crittenden compromise
lie could not have a better introduction, and one more
grateful to himself, titan tlili evidence of a siaeero desire
and determloed punoie of thoie who honored him with
a vat In the Iloute to aottle ponding troublei by concil
iation and compromise of peace.
lie referred lo the proTliloni of thli bill authorizing
the 1'reildent In hie discretion to collect the revenue by
establishing the custom house on shipboard, the collec
tor to itlze and detain any vessel until the dutiea on the
cargo are paid, ond in order to execute thli duty the
army and navy be employed, ate. tie commented on
the extraordinary and dangeroua power conferred on a
iubordiuate officer of the customs, it being given with
out limitation and control. The bill was not unirerial
In ita application, but wis intended only to apply to S.
Carolina In the discretion of the President. It plainly,
palpably contravened the conititutlon, which provides
thatono preferences shall be given the ports of one Slate
overthose of another. .
tie would not debits whether there was legal or suffi
cient cause forsecesslon. Certain southern States have
committed the set with a unanimity wllhont parallel
wlihln the history of revolution. He said if this bill
was passed not a dollar would he collected at Charleston.
It an army could maintain the Union, half a million men
would'apriog up In anight. If money could keep it tj
gether, the soul wonld leap with Joy to produce its gold
en harvest. If blood old and young men would yield
It, like the streams which water their soil. Hot an army
or blood and money will not preserve the Uuion; Justice,
reason and peace may do what fore cannot compel.
From Washington
WasutKOTOtt, Holt to
Congress to-dy a statement from Col. Crelg, chief of
the ordinance bureau, which shows that early last year,
hv special direction of secretary flotd, he transferred
1 15 000 stand oi arms, from Springfield and Watervlcet,
lo arsenals in North Carolina, tlouth Carolina, Alabama,
and Louleacn.
The larger number were Springfield mutkets of latest
pattern. The remainder were muskets altered to pur
cusslon lo.-ks and rifles.
Col. 0. adds: The arms sent to South Carolina, Al
abama and Louisiana, have since been seized by the Slate
authorities.
A petition sinned by Loorkwood, k Co., Thompson ft
Brothers, W. 0. fcott, at Co , Gulnne It Day, and oth
ers, sulneribers to tbe.loanauthorited by the act of 'iii of
June, lrQO, has been received here, praying Congrera fur
relier; prut, became air. Cobbreluaed to deliver the stock
when called on; second, because while withholding their
stock he was preaching disunion Injuring the credit
of the Government, and that President Buchanan toler
ated such conduct; and third, because the money market
should be relieved from pressure thus occasioned, in
view of the act authorising a new lisue of ten million
treasury notes.
The Indian office Is In receipt of late Intelllirenc. that
SOW Souls are collected on a fork of the Platte, and
threaten lo take r ort Kearney, and wire out the white
settlers and stop all immigration wostward.
D stox Jan. 18. A Uolos meeting In this city Is con
templated In Fauelul Hall, at which Hon. Kdw. Bverttt
will be invited to speak; alio s memorial to Congress for
a pacification and settlement of the existing difficulties
on such compromises as may bo deemed expedient.
Bedpatu is in Boston. He denies any intention to add
to the preplexities of the South by atlcmpllug to ruu oil
tnetr slaves.
In the State Leiislatarc.to-ilay, a aeries of resolutions
passed a unaulmous vote tendering to the Piesident ot
the h nlted states auen aid in men and money as be may
require to maintain the authority of the General Govern,
mem. The preamble to the resolution declares tbat the
State of South Carolina, In seising the fortifications of
the federal Uorernmeut, post office, custom houso and
money, arms and munitions of war, and by firing on a
vessel in the service of the United States has committed
an act of war.
The Senate passed a bill authorising an Increase of the
volunteer military of the state. The bill will doubtless
pass the House by a large majority, if not unanimous.
in ine uouseaoui was imrouuoea providing fur the
Immediate enrollment ofHOOUO mm, to be styled the
Maseacousela National Volunteer Mtlllla, the organlsa-
Uen to continue one year. The act further authorizes
the Governor to tender the services of the militia to ILe
President.
Latest by the Asia.
The follorrinf Is bv telegraph from Lirerocel to
Queenstown on Sanday, January tith.
Livispiol, Jan. 6. Thesales of cotton hers to dav
were 8,000 bales; Including 1.GC0 bales to speculators and
exporters, the market closed steady. BredasluUs mar
ket closed steady, provisions closed cull.
Loxook, Saturday Evening Consols closed'at KIMS
02; for account, the latest salea of American stocVs
were trie jyjwvj i U- 4ttu; hi. g. s','i9'JH
uiscount.
London. Eveninffitll stated that theEneliih irov.
ernment has sent aauang note to Uslmperot offraocs
protecting agaiust tno exlenalrn of the occupation of
Syria by oho f ranch forces. No reply had yet been re-1
C;,T4;
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Aooom, Oa.. Jan. 18. The Aakansas Legislature his
nn.nlmnii.la nuaii K hill anhmlttlnv (ha finnwnll.H
question to tne people, on the iMth or rebruary. In
case or a majority revering it, ino uovernor is lo appoint
a uay ror a uonveniion.
U. V. Johnson Introduced s resolution as a substitute
for those adopted, asking for co-operation and turning a
uonvennon ei me soutn at Atlanta, in (ecruary.
air. jonnson a resolution was lost.
?-"& "!,, urKaier-
mines to secede, the sooner she dees so the better.
Cannon are flrlni.and Asia of Indenendenca are flvini
I from the Capitol, sky-rockets set iff, std there Is asutic
I and other demonstrations.
Bauion, N. C Jan. 18. The aspect of the debate
on federal relations has not varied to-day. No vole was
taken except on on unimportant amemdanent in Uie
Senate. Times are perhaps a little mora squally.
Mnars. Outlan and Mnrehead spoke In the Senate for
a general convention. Many strong epeechea foraeces
sion were made. Ths Uouse Is holding night sesaions.
Ruaion, Jan. 18th. The Convention bill occupied
both Houses again to-day. There la not so ranch oppo
sition to tne convention as to particular points relating to
State matters The convention will be called. There Is
someditsapolotment at the Northern opposition to sir.
Crittenden's proposition, and this reduces the Union sen
timent asuy.
Missouri Legislature.
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Loots, Jan. IB. The lions Convention bill was
slightly amended, by the Senate yesterday, In which the
uuute concurred, anu tne uil unauy passed. The amend
ment reads thus) No act, ordinance or resolation shall
be valid to rhanse or dissolve the political ralitions of
mis state to the uoverament or tne, United states, or
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ters oi ine Butesnau ratiry ueaame,
Mr. Russell, the Commissioner .from Miss, made a
arn. aM.MfAn anh h.t.M Ih T t( r .MatAM
Legislature last night.
-
Trwtoh, N, J., Jan. 19.-The majorltjt of the Joint
Oommiltee on national attain reported a seriei of reso
LWllAi. - , 'aor.in? .be Crittenden ,.-
.
congress, and reqtieatlng the Representatives to support
I them. They will be discussed next week, and nassed bv
both houaa.ar.d no d,,uht the r.n,.,t,i.. .tit .i..,.u
upon Congress to order s national Convention. In case
I .h. n.m...4. . .:n.. ... ' ..
not speedily
adopted
0
Havr O;"'1"; ".-Two-thirds of the sleeted
delegates to Ihe Louisiana Convention ara secessionists,
Col. Chase, commander of the Florida forces, tele-
Hh ? ?-'' N Orleans for 8,000 men, lo
1 am in arising rort t'tciecs
The steamer llabanna from Havana, an the 15ih. has
arrived. Business dall; sutipensione nnmeruus audsu-
gars unchanged. The new crop Is rapidly coming In.
tuvney scarce.
fT. KVABVtV. lunnan, llh.Tha Pan FrnHt, .:,h
Fan franciKo dates to the Hi Inst, passed her on the
lauiasi. roe uaiiioinia LeiisiAtur would convene on
tbeCthinst. It was claimed that Donglas 'democrats
1 sues- w v im seaiaaaa, u luta tsuu ICSaBl U B UJ U. IM 1 1
would lack five majority, and great difficulty In elecling
u.irwaaanucipajeu.
New Yoar. Jan. 19. Besldra olher cartlea the Grand
Jury of the United states Circut Court has before It
I V.ul.J.b lln.l.M n f . k . 1I.J 1 , E, a
I uu,vu, ui iiiv i.ci.iu, iur. miianu, o, ine
i Tniooe, nr. mile, or mo t,7ening Cost, and Kx-Hayoi
to answer mterrogatones touching certain al-
enVn".,TkS.
I and Benjamin, It a sheer fabrication.
..""'"";! een challenged by Ute officer In
iiuoa.jay. invy are now in W ashington,
MtLtvarin. Jan. 18. Th un.i, .-j ui..i..t
Railroad was told to-day by the atarahal an order of nV.
I United gtalet District Court. Il was njrohaied bv th.
tnmce, ,n, creditors and smntina- ato?kho1de.
Confirmation of Secretary Holt
WaiHisoTos, Jan. 18. The genata was In neeutive
sion four hours. 8.cretary Holt was finally eonfirmrd
ny a vote ot tnuriy wgni againat tnirteen.
it,
TntSBfl. Jan. 10. Tha AmartfHvn TTotpl hnrat IVt.
De I aornlog. Lots W,0U0 lsmred.
HENRY TOW,
Wholnals and Retail Sealer tn
Fcroign & . Domestic Cigars,
, . Aim sarr aasjiM
Smoking & Chevinf Tobacco.
&lao, the bt quality ef SSXftTt eonttantly
oa nana.
UZTConntr Merehants ara invited to call before
crating elsewhere. - - -w. - - -
T NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
v.. Bet Mal and Sycamore, ,
noT?l-Cm CINCINNATI. O.
THE MARKETS.
New York Cattle Market.
REPORT
For tiii Wr Bndiks) Wkdnisday, Jan. Hi, lrtil.
total Rsoaimor cattli of all aiRne, roams wnx,
According to the reports from the several market,
place In tho city, there have been received this week:
Sheep and
B'ves. Cows.
Teals. Lambs Swine. Total.
'M I, WO
M 3,453
St 1,693
17 SXiS
At Allerton's, 3,C '.'u
llrownlna's.... IS1
O'Brien's 41 UH
Chamberlin's.. Vii 31
Sunday sales
Sold bu'rs, Iter. Mil
Total 7,077 1H3 r,'.il,7l
T'l pr's week 4.3WJ 77 3ift S.UM
11,332
lU.UUti
S',.482
3U,OU3
Average No,
pw'k,rty'r.4,;iul
1S7 753 9,970 6.W) 21,105
sisvcs rnoji tiii nirrsBUT statcs.
A. M. Allerton k Co.. Proprietors of the Washlnzton
Drove-yanis, 44th st, report the Cattle in Market from
ine luiiowtng mates:
New York 723 Iowa 75
Pennsylvania 4J-Connecticut' 67
Ohio fi.KilNew Jersey. 4
Iiidmna SRpi Massachusetts
Illinois 0iMiaaouri CO
Kentucky 171, Michigan S'J
Virginia lUICanada 17
BEEF CATTLE.
Number reported for this market at 44th St., 3,3K0-
ihe prices to-day are quoted as follows:
Firm quality 9 H 10 I Ordinary 77x
Medium 7H(flt8 I Some extra eood llxoJ
The general average of the market at hardly 8;.
j ne most oi ine sates range from 1 lo uc.
Total number of Beeves received in Die c'tv this week.
This is m head less than last week, and 3-7 head ir..
man me average oi last year. The average number at
each Wednesday market lastvear was 3.41)1 head, whila
me number to-day netog3,'lo showsSal head less than
tnu avaiage, and x'JU head less than tills day week
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
WtdneiJay Jan. 10. A drlizlinir rain, dissolvlni tha
snow, rendering Ihe market place very uncomfoitible,
uuuor iuui aa wan as ovrrueati, anu maae buyers reluc-
uni to meet sellers, or even try to come to terms. Of
course, sellers were quite seady, under litis state of
"lings, to mass a concession, and ordinary sorts ot rot
tie were offered at prices equivalent to a reduction of hal
a cent net a pound lower limn the Mine grades sold yes
terday, Besides the effect of the weather upon Ihe
market, it was aaected by the fresh arrival this morn
ing ot several hundred head of bullocks. It was es
timated that those l r the llarlem Road that -.,. i
about II o'cloci, stild at an average of $1 a head less
than they would yesterday morning. The appearance of
Ihe market-place at noon Is such that we can see no hope
that all Ibe stock will be sold. notwithstanding the supply
wiun imi "en. i uv wcaiucr couunueu very nad till
afternoon, when there was a prospect that It would turn
cold again; and the ruin having ceased for a while, the
wholesale butchers enme forward, and the brokers being
willing to accept any fair offers, Ihe stock began lo go oil
pretty rapidly, so that by 3 o'clock there was a fair pros-
pect or clearing lite yarda at a full half cent a oound
lower rates than prevailed all day Tuesday. In fact we
saw a good many sales made at $1411 a head leas than
COWS AND CALVES.
The trade In cirri la almost exclusively In the hands of
Irish sow-merchants, who purchase part of their suck of
farmers in the country, and, as far as possible, such as
arc sent in nero lor sale, so as to monopolise and keep
the trade in their own bands.
The state of the market, as well as their feelings In
relation to it, may be understood by the report of the
following conveiaatlon with oneof these gentlemen this
murium, ne inquirta ine state or trie market to-day,
and he replied : "Oh, dom the market, it s done for en
tirely I These dom'd ni.-.ck Rraubllcana have noilr,l
everything. I can't sell a cow at all at all. I wish ev
ery one of them were hanged." Now, whether It was his
special desire tint the cows or the ' Black Republicans"
ahould be hsneed, we were left to conjecture, aod e
cave oar nature in ine same quandary. This was all the
Information we obtained unon lite stale of the cow mar.
ket that would be of
THE SHEEP MARKET.
ItecelpUof the week, 9,711.
The sheep market has fluctuated this week, and
Jo not appear to have been regulated by Ihe supply; for
some daja when stock was the most plenty, sheep sold at
me n.gueav mica. i nen acain, :ia upon Tuesday, wheo
the trains upon nearly ml the rallroaila fud
and Ihe market was almost bate oi sheep, it was equally
bare of buyers; and prices were catenated ha hrnb.r. .i
an average of 25fl'5uc. head less than ihey were that
day week. Yet there has ben a slight advance In pelts,
which are now In demand at 81,37 each for wool or good
fair medium and fine grades, noon aheen that win nt
45:3 Sj Its avenue, and such sheep sell at prices equlva-
cut w ic. w id ir iov meat, -i no general average
quality ot the sheep this winter bas been such better
iiiaa ever oeure.
To-day the market is very depressed, the arrival, hav
ing beeu.very iarje, and tbs stock looMce- but rmm
poture to the storm'and long eonflaeuunt on the cars,
and brokors declare that botchers are not willing to pay
within a dollar a head as mueh as they d!i Ja week ago
for the same grade of Sheep. The receipts hsvt been
orer 4,M)0 haad greater thau the pievlous wr.
THE HOG MARKET.
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Receipts of the week, 11 339.
Uenry B. Grant. Bunerin ten dent at .hm n.v, t
the following as the quotation per cat , of live Hogs to
dsy ; Corn fed hogs ShiSSc; Distillery hogi, 5XS,'(o.
a win oe seen ny uie receipts, the market has been light
ly supplied with stock tils week, and prices have been
slightly in advance f the nrevioui wir t.a
drovers hare been sold out on tho road hlther 'at rates
"iu.' isi.xo v ft Digner than our quotations. A
good deal of Ibe stock now arriving plainly shows the ef.
fect ' a large corn crop at the est tbe nork la of flrat
!e quality. There were about 2,000 hogs in the pens
this morning, and some 700 more expected to arrive at an
mcoect.
New York Market.
[[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Jan. 10.
FLOUR recclpU 4.341 bbls. : matket shade Armor and
moderate demand; sales 11000 bbls. at 5 2tx$J,g3 for
superior t-Uls, .".,455,50 for extra State. 5,wi(5 ,25
for superior western, .5.4j.5,:j for eoaiaaon to medium
extra western, j.7oiS5.rO for inferior to good shipping
art B-LUUK steady at J.40S4 l.i.
WUEAT raeeinta 91.119 buah.. naarlw all I.Am r.i.
ifornU; market without material change; demand mod--ratl
sales 43,0 0 bush, at IOI,30 for Hilwaakie
Olub; 1,35 for winter red western: (1.31 foried State:
1,35 for white Mirhigan.
m at quiet, ,4.41, a.
BAULFk' steadv. aalea nf 5 t'0huh. Gtt
CORN receipts none, market withont material ibrra
tales of 51,000 butheis at 7US7 Ic mixed western In store
and deliveied.
0 Aid stuadv at 3rka38c. for Mn nniti.n
Slat.
PORK firmer for meet and atradv for nrlraa aalea 1X0
bbls, $17 24 mesa, 13 95 prime.
rear quiet andflrm, saleeiObblt.
CUT HEATS quietand stesdy.
unnu-anu. unchanged; tales VUObbls 13i.c.
BUTTER in moderate reaoaat: IOi.Wnr nMn lia
il for Bute.
CHKKSE-strady WIO.
WIIISKV uuiet and without rhann- 1, ivthi,i
at 18,o. '
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 19.
Ths trade that Is rtoinz In flour la anlta elnul. lo
aned to Ihe filling of orders, mainly for Southern ao
count, and mostly in small lots. The tnsinest doing is
a trine better at tne roll of last quotations, and la so man
aged as to have no visible effect on the posltloo of hol
ders, since there Is not sufficient domand to mora than
give the market strength.
v, unlit is not onered freelr, nor Is It very much In
request. Our local millers confine themselves to tboold
figures II for red: II 10 for whit, tellers demand
95c per bush abov this, and to some extent obtain
that advance for prime shipping qualities of White.
. t-"""- onot as nerciofor; 3m for ear; 3.li0e
I tor sneiieo mixed and wntte,
OAT8 noder the loflaeoce of orettv full recaiuta.
were dull at STe in bulk.
R K-at G1t)3c, has tUll a ttesdr. regular anarket.
BAHI.KV 1 still rather slow al7So for nrlma fall.
and a sale It said to have been aaade 1 or 3d under !tbal
figure.
whisky rcravereda V'crer Bailee to-dav. and is
now tleady at the advance.
DOGS are not Dressed heavily on tha market, nor la
there much keenness to purchase) disolased bv naekere.
lint under lite favorable impulse that Ihe product hat
had. sales are snore sully effected at 5 j)IOo e Cwt. bet-
ter inan was OMaloed ror them veaterdav. I, now riva
t0.3'KiSS ill aa the figures of the
t light
I ni neIT' eihls fin. Com., Jan,
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Cleveland Market.
January, 18.
FLOUR nulet and unchanged. Bockmhcat Isalcadv
at -.Ma.',m r cwt., ana rye at j.ji,,a v Dtrrei.
WHKAT qniet No tales reported.
COalN-qoirt, at 3To.
OATH steady, at 5c.
SEiDS-clover iseUfi at tl.50. Timothy lajcaias
qniet at t?,uu.
nous are active at a 7Siii,r.',.
POKB-eteady. at 13,00.
LARD-steady at 09Hc.
I'aUITS dried fruits remain dull at IWc for AddIcs.
and lt&i: for ceeled Peaohet.
o alt is saiiiogaiaitj lor flue; ll.TS for coarse
and iuc for aactt.
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E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between Stato and Town
THK OLD OA Hit I A fit:
SHOP Isstlll running, nod although C
tne pressure oi late years nas set neavily V
npon her running gears, she is ttill turn-'
n ont those aidendld PII .KTOtiH. unnKAWAVR.and
PKINCR ALBERT'S grtlJTINO TOi'8 and NO-TOP
BCUUIiSH, UAHK1AUKB, aXPRJCSS, BKKLSTON,
DRNOOKAT and 0R0USRT WAUONS. SMALL OMJil
BUSKS and HACKS. Twenty years tleady manufac
turing hat given our work a wkU-rperad reputation
through the South and West.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to say any thing more
in regard to the) quality ef oar work. We WASRairT
ewT vmitcu. Ms oan sell ooon Tor Buoaura from
aiaiortso.
Dealers csa be famished with an amount of work at
short notice, and at prices lower thau can be bought any
wiwrwu. um jsccona nana nnggies taken in ex
change for new work.
Ilf Repairing don neatl and at ahort nnllM.
torjon front, between Eita aod Town streets, Colum-
ou, uiiiw.
lLf All eommanleatlons till receive prompt attentloa,
AOg. Ji-wiy - at. WILLIAHS at GO
TCVENINU DHKSSGOODS. ELGBANT
XU Gold Kaboesed Tarlatans, the la teat novelty. Plain
Whit and Colored Tarlatans;, White Paris MaaUaQrcar
I adtne Ivrnlng Hoort; flam party SilU.
rITBR BAIN.
de.-Sl No.tDRouUtHIghttreet,
NEW GOODS
FOR THE
EC o 1 i dL &l y s !
CHEAPER TIIAN EVER!
UNCUBHENT MONEY
'fiKtlv AT THK IIICUEHT HATES.
Broche and Wool.
OLOAKH
Of Every Description.
CL01HS,
CASSJMERE3, and
VESTINGS.
D.RE S'S GOODS,
Beautiful Styles.
LADIES AND GENT'S
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS.
Hosiery and Gloves.
VELVET RIBBONS.
All Width,
IDmtoroidoriofl,
FANcr Woolen Goods.
KNAPP & CO.,
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
oc3-2swd-tkw-Cm
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK 0D10,
manufacturer of all kind ! Por
table ana stgatlonary- steam En
gine, Saw mill. Sjirlal ifllll.
afcC.( tVe.
LASEA BODLEY Btattnl B. F. BLAXD YBeatml
J. A J. B. DUYALl Seattntll COLUMBUS
llACnfXg CO. BtatmUtI LRA.VI0RB
f'0. Btatmlltll
Our Fortahle Eoglne aad Bav Hill
Was awarded the first premium of 150 at the Indiana
State lair tor 1-60 over Lane a Dodley's on account o?
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of Ir.el
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at ths same lair
the firat premium of I '.IK).
our rortaine angine was awanwa tne mat premtuci ot
IIA . . . L . D..l - . U . .LI. fl,. - - - DI..J.L ..
vall's. Columbus ManhlueCo's.. and Bradford k Cr'i .
by a committee of practical Railroad Kuglneers.
ror price ana terme auarera
WILLARD WARNER, Treunrer,
deo5dwljeois. Newark, Ohio.
PBICIfl BIDT7CSD
from tbs New ork Observer!
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines arc oh
litcdlonay Mr. llnwe a license on each machine sold.
aid are a to compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to the number told, nw pools give a correct state.
meut. Prom this tellable eource we have oltalncd the
following natbtics. Of ths machines mads In the year I
l-ttu, tne re won sou.
By Wheeler Wilson 81.30 I
' I. M. Singer at Oo I0.USJ
Qiover at Baker lO.Sr)
Fhowint ths tales of Whteler at Wilton to bs oVtiMs
those of aqr other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United Stales Pairs of lti3, IfcUO and ISOOt
also at Uie
Ohio State fairs of 139 and 1800;
and at nearly all tho County Pairs In Uo Stats.
Our nricea. at tho late reduction, art am lose as an
tocii siacA maohltio now sola, aod but a tilde higher Uan
tho Interior faro Hrooa eaoflt mm wiocAiaws, now
forcrd upon the market.
Tho WHIBLKH . ttiLJon MAUHIS1 makes the
W gT.rawth.onlv one which cannot berav.l.d. It
la Aula oa Both Siosaof the guods, leaving no rkx or ,
cAofitoafAii swofsr tide.
Ail mocAfiMS rarrarea 3 years, ana mttntcWm :
given In their use, free of charvo. -
II. ysias,oi na n. voiumoas, v,
Wal. SUMNER at CO.,
drca-Sawd3msiw6ra Pitt's Opora Bouso. Cincinnati.
KOUOAVPRESENTSs-
ALIXANDR'8 KID OLOVIg.
POINT LAUH UULLAKB.
VALENOIENNRd COLLARS ft ELKS TBS.
EMB'D MCSLIft do do
LINEN do do
ZOOAVl BOSOatt ' do
PTNI APPLB HANDKBRCHIIfS. OILT BELTS.
EMBKOtDRRBD do BAIBNIT8.
MOURNINQ do - - NUBIAS..
, HEMMED, STITCHED. do . HOtlDS,
. fiRENIDINB at LACI TXIL8 SLEEVES.
- " LACE COIf PCRESJtBARBIS,- CORSETS.
'Tor sale by - PETER BAIN, -,
decSl. No. 99, South High Street.
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed tn hi tin? nio
etfectual Alterative tlmt e-.-.it lie made. It. is
a concentrated extract of l'ura Snrsaparilla,
so combined with ntlirr mbtcm-ps of null
(rreater alterative pr, i'r ni to atlord an cfll'c
tive antidoto for tlie disfat biasaparilla U
reputed tu cure. It is believed tliat auch a
remedy U wanted by those who sutTer from
Rtrumous complaints, and that one v likli will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
fnrviee to this large class of our ntliirted fellow
citizens. How completely this compouiAl will
do it lias been proven by experiment on mnny
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints :
Schoflia and Scitori i.oi'a ' CourLAiSTt,
KltUfTIO.NS. AND Eltll'TIVE DlSEASI, Ul.CF.llS,
PiMrr.es, Ur.oTCiiEs, Tcstoiis, Salt Uhei'm,
Scald IIrah, Svphimh and Svi'iiii.itic Af
fections, Meiici;iiiai, Distiin, Duorsv, Ni;t
raloia oa Tic Doolouueux, DciiiMrr, Dys
pepsia AND I.ND10EHTI0V, EltYSIlT I.S, HnSE
or St. Anthony's Fihe, nnd indeed llw whole
class of complaints arising from Iuri ititv of
the lil.oou.
This compound will he found n great pro
moter of health, when tultcn in tho apring, to
expel tno loul liumois wlucli tester m tlie
blood at that season of the year, liy the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disoi'.ler4
ore nipped in tlio hud. Mulutudrs can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
tho endurunce of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural uhunuel.s of the body
by an alterntivo medicine. Cleanse out tlie
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the kiu in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is o!
strutted and sluggUh in the veiiii ; cleanse it
whenever it ia foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, nnd livo
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
nrtbulum of life disordered, tliero can b: no
lasting lioaltli. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life b disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla lia.t, and deserves much, tlio
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world ha been cgrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because tho drug
nlono has not nil the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts cf it,
contain but little of tho virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or ituy tiling else.
Dining late yean the public have been n.U-
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quia t
of Extract ot bursapimlln fur one Uullur. -M jt
of tliise have baeii frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contuin little, it' any, Sarapa
rillu, but citt'it no curative properties whatev
er. Iler.cc, bitter nnd painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which Hood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
ynonymous with imposition and cheat. Stiil
wc call this compound Sarsnpavilln, nnd ii'.Mid
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we havs ground for
believing it has virtues which r.rc irresistible
by the ordinary run cf the di-cay.s itii Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure the ir complete
cradieiitiou from the system, llie remedy tOiould
be judiciously taken ncccrding tp directions on
tiio boule.
I'nEI'AR0 LV
DR, J. C. AVCH & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, ftl par Oottlo i Biz liottlcs for $ j.
Ayer's Chcny Pectoral
has won fur iUclf such r. renown for Uie rtire i.
every vorioty of Throat and Luiig C.irnt;!;iiut. that
is entirely unnecessary for u to recount Siic
evidence of its virtue, vilicrcier it has been em
ployed. At it has long been in onstaut use
throughout this section, ue need nut d i mora t'nnn
assure the perplo its quality is kpt up to tl.o Lest
ever has been, and thr.t it may i;c relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever bciai found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
pou tis: cintE or
Costicenc:, Jaundice, Dytpqufa, tndy:V:o:t
DiistnlCi-ij, Foul S!o;uac!., iu-y.-.ijKlu, lUa.Uic'.c,
Pilet, VJiC.tmiUi ,m, lC; itptiam and S!;!.i lX:en.cs.
Liver Complain.', Dropsy, Telia; 'J'uric t rial
Salt Iiheum, Wc.ms, Con!, Xei;-a.'i:rt. a; l
Dinner Pitt, awl far Pitrifjinr) the U'oo-1.
They are siigaro-.red. f tli.it ihe mast -r.i-tive
can take thent picisantlr, mid tlipynrclh?
best aperient in tiie tmrld fur r.'.i the pnrposrs of a
family pliyn'c.
Price 25 conU Box ; Iks tozn tor 1 00.
Great nunilierseif Ci'-rjviueii. riivsiti ir.s.Jiiaiet
men, and eminent prrxinaues, inv: iiiittiuir
names to certify tlifuiiiar illclcil use !'.:l.iesoi'i!iaC
remedies, but our spai' here will r p.u.a lie
insertion of them, 'flic Ai;ei.t ljriotv ni.n. .1 f.,r
nish Rratisour Ami:ui,"n ai.m it.tr in v.i,i.;. ii.py
given; Willi also full descriptions of thr iif.ve
complaints, and the trc utmrnt ti;at al.imld bj t.'l
lotved for their cure.
Do not be put olf hv unprincipled dealers nltii
other preparations tficv niake- more r,rr.n? m.
Demand A VKieV. and t-.ko ro o:!.er. I ho m-'
want the host aiJ there U for thcni. and thov sh.'.nd
have it.
All our remedies arc for tale by
ROBERTS It glMTTat. Calnmbna
bv Drnggltts and Dealers everywhere.
now: lya.twat
JAB. M. M'EKI. WM. H. BESTISATJI,
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
GROCERS
AND
PRODUCE DEALERS,
fte. 34 North High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO,
HAVE ON HAND AT WHOLES ATE
and Retail, glNkST DTAPLtl OKOCIRIKS,
flAiUK, SALT, TBA. COfFIK, BUOAR, TOBACCO,
8tAR8 kro , Etc. Our Block has been purchased In
Gaatern Cities during the Panic,
FOR OASn,
our main endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
VASH V iB& which are not cxeeled by any Uouse in
City. decJO
WM. KNABE & CO.,
aV.,
A T
Trlt.K HKW SUtLKra,
iV. BOOM, SO.
150 BALTIMORE ST.
IBS
SOS. 1, S, and 7 . STJT AW 8T
Offer for sals their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL,
GRAND '
AND SQ ARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly icenesaaonded by the first Professors and
Musical Amateurs of the country, and
IVMRY
IK8TBTJMINT
WARRANTS D FOB
rrVKTIARS.
Ths Bust tastidloos custowMr may rely npon being
pleated in every respect.
Terms literal . WM KN ABB at CO.
8MLTZBB At WIB8TBB, Agents,
oetS6;lydw. Columboa, Ohio,
Baltimore Clothing
IlODSC.
TTTnOO fdU TITaXJIVIi
sURnrACTnanis Ana vhiousali biauxs u
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. SOS W. Baltimoi-e-streelv
(irnrtn ussarr a an ao watts)
DALTimoKE, 1tl.
a t. au..,. -i vi. .-a ss.t.vi..
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Oooda ConituUj on Haad
OctTCJly
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RE ITIO VEX AND PH EVENTS IN.
ftaaaaaation sad pala, and koala the worst bare,
scstd, bruise, eat, or fresh wornst) ol any kind, r raven tt
swolllnt and pain from bee stisiso. aosnuito bites, and
poisonous plan la, Dtuntlrla, tkauaaatiam, aguo 1st too
broaat, salt rhousa, tic. When taken inlemaily. It will
poaltively aura oroup la soildren, aad gives taaaeedlata
relief in the wont case of this terrible complaint; also.
ramovot hoanenaes aad sot throat. Prtoo. tt ceaU a
bottle. Should bo In every houe. TorsadobyDraf
fuusau Btorexoepora. - tatvtn BTOns,
' Bole Proprlotor, Ho. 1 Sprnoe sC, Bon Iork
oertddatwlela
Oolong Tea.
A T 4,0 CENT PEU POUND, AT '
2V ' McUBot BEnTIEATJX,
sepT U N Uigh street,
OV THE OONDITIOM Of TUB
City Fire Insurance Company,
OF HABTFORD.
TUB Slat DAT OF DECEBIBIiH
VS lbW), made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
statute of the State, snUtled "Aa act to regulate) Into-
oaapaaira. uoi incorporates oy tne otate or eitilo,'
I'aaaca Jipril o, sow.
NASH AND LOCALITIES.
1st. The name of the Company Is "Oity fire Insurano
vompaoy rr tiarirord" ana is located at Hartford,
uonnecticut.
I. CAPITAL.
d.
3d.
tlb.
The amount of Ita Capital Stock Is.. a.'.'.il (Miil
The amount of Its Capital Stock paid up Is 'i'.O lim
II ASSETS.
I . Cash of ihe Company on hand
and In Bank 31 0&7 J4
i. .Cash in the hands of and due
from Agents or In Tran.it 21,183 M Stf,t4t 17
J. neal aistate anincambered none
4. The Bonds and storks otroed by
the Company as per vouch
ers accompanying how so
cored, and the rata of In
terest thereon, to wit:....
No. f-hsres WrVal. Market Val
1U0 Paik Bank Stock N. Y. 110,000 ISJ a 10.700 uo
KN Continental
IV 000 00
9,900 W)
HiO Metropolitan " "
100 Importers At Traders"
,',0 Bank of Repnblio "
100 Market Bank '
100 Shoe at Leather '
100 MerchaoU Bank "
SO Bank of Ui mmrnce B ston
63 Hide At Leather "
.00 Hafetyfund "
10.000 liO
10 0(10 00
5.000 on
in.tioo oo
lo.ivo no
5.000 oo
5,0uO HO
O .SeiO 00
10.700 00
io 500 on
5,500 00
10,000 00
lo.voo oo
5.100 00
5,110 10
e 500 oo
io.ooo on
' 10,000 no
" io.ooo no
Ilarlford 10,400 UO
' 10,000 00
Itiv Harare
lot Mercantlls Baak
100 Charter Oak
10 WHO oo
lO.la-yj 00
10 GOO 00
5,0,0 00
5.4)0 IMI
50 Phosuix " S.liOO IHI
50 .Una " 5,000 00
50 tlerch'U k Menufls " 5.000 00
S5 City Bai.k Stock " 8.500 00
110 Bank of llarlfoid Co. " 5 500 SO
150 Kxcbauge 7, ',00 00
50 Union Kink Stock Albany 5,000 10
Bonds
10 Brnoklvn City Water Bordt
1.000 each 10 000 00
10 Dartl.irdClly Bonds 11,000
each 110(0 OO
10 Indiana Central E. B.
Bonds 1,000 each 10,000 00
Cerilflcale of Ohio State
Hock 5.000 00
4 Hartford At N Usven B. B.
Bonds 4.000 00
5 000 00
V.875 IHI
5 500 00
7 wri 00
5,154 00
10,0G0 00
11 330 OO
10 000 00
8 000 00
4 000 00
Total Bonds and Stocks Mar
ket Value
5. Debts due the Company, serur
ed by morgage, oo unincum
bered Krai Estate, Las per
Touchers accompanying ..
6. Debts otherwise secured, as per
vouchers accompanying vlt:
S Total amount loaned on
Collaterals
Accrued Interest payable Jan
uary 1, IHil '.. ..
7. Debts for premiums Done....
001.453 00
21,110 CO
07,950 00
3,058 43
1.12 37
8. Office Furniture at Library...
3.190 70
J3J5,0J3 90
Total starts of the Company. .
lit. LIABILITIES,
5th. Theaaonntof lialiilitiet;due
or not due. to Banks and oth
er creditors none
6th. Loesesadjuttedanddne.none
7ih. Losses adjusted aod not due 2.3:U 29
8th. Loases unadjusted and....
Jin. Losses In suspense, waiting
for further proof includlr g
12 200 resisted 31,010 00
10th. All other claims against
the Company nono
Total liabilities 130,999 39
IT MISCELLANEOUS.
11th. The greatest amount Insured In any
one rvtk Ihe rules of the Company lim.
Its to lO.OTO 00
13th. The greatest amount allowed by the
rules to be Insured In any onecity,
town or village, varies all owing to
the aiteand class of property
13tb. Tbe greatest amonnt allowed" to be
Insured In any ott block varies as
In the proceeding
14th. The) amount of its capital or earnings deposited
in and other State, as security for losses there
in, naming them, with tbe amount in eat a, and
whether such company transacts any business
of Insurance In said States or States, none
I5th. The Charter, or act of incorpoiatlon of astd Com
pany it tne same sa heretofore filed.
Stats or CorscnctT,(
County of Hartford.
C. B. Bowias, President and C. C. Warn. Secre
tary of the City fir Insurance Company, being severally
sworn, depose and say, that tbe foregoing is a full, tree
ana correct statement or tne analis or the said Company
that the aa d Into ranee Company it the bona fi le own
er a.f at least ONE UUNORD TUOUsAND DOLLARS
of actual cash capital inveated in Slocks and Bonds, or
In Mortgages on steal Estate, worth double the amount
for which the same it mortgaged; thttUw above described
Investments, nor any part thereof, are made for the ben
efit ef any Individual exercising authority In the man
agementof said Company, either as President, Secretary,
Treaaurer, Director, or otherwise; that the mortgagts
cove utscricea nave not neen assigned, nor In any man
ner released or impaired by said Company; and that they
araiae asav aceensta emcsrs or eaxi ioewraane osa
pany. c. B. BOWIRs, Presideut.
C. C. WAIT, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 7th day of Jan
nary, ItSil. 1. Do I'D,
t a. Notary Public.
Ornos or tbi AtrntTOR or ?tti )
Coiumbus.O.. January 14. 11. (
I. Robert W. Taylor. Auditor of giau.da hurrb eer
ttfy tbat the foregoing is a correct ocpy of the statement
of condition of ths City Pin Insurance Company of
naruum, uonnecucut, mute to this olhoa r the year
o, anu now on ne nerein.
Witness my hand and seal officially.
L. B.j K. W. TATLKR.
Auditor of Bute.
By 0. Cols, Chief CUrk.
Certilicate t Antharitf-.
(To expire on tht31ttdaj of January, I! J
AcoiToa or 8tti's Ornca, )
ImcaAKst DsraiTtiawT
Colombus, Ohio, January 14, ireii. )
WatstAS,Th CITT PIR1 INSfJRANCI COUPA.
NT, loeaUd at Uartford, lo tho Slate of Connecticut,
has filed In this office a sworn statement of ita aondition.
aa required by the first section of the act ' To regulate
Inauranot Companiee not Incorporated by the State of
Ohio," paascd April d, 1854; and Wnnsaa, said company
uia ruruianoa ine u Darraigned saustactory evidence that it
la possessed of at least one hundred thousand dollars of
actual capital Invested in stocks, or In bonds, or In mort
gages of real estate, worth double) tho amount for whuh
tne same la mortgaged; and. waunus. said eomnan has
filed In this office a written Instrument under its corpo
rative seal, signed by the President and Secretary there
of, authorising any agent or agents of said company in
tho Stats, to acknowledge service of process, for and In
behalf of said company, consenting that such service of
process shall he taken and held to be as valid aa if served
upon tno company, according to the laws or this or any
other Bute, and waiving all claim or right cf error, by
reason of such acknowledgment of service.
Now, therefore, in pu ran acre of the first section of
the aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Taylor, Auditor of State
for the Stale of Ohio, do hereby certify tbat said City
fire Insurance Company of Hartford. Connecticut, la
authorised to transact the business of Pirn and Marino
nsuranca in this Stats until tho Ihlrtr-firat dav of Jan
uary, in Iks ear one thwmnd eight hundred and sixty
,v. -
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed oy
name and eaased tho teal of my ofhee to be
aiiisd the day and jear above written.
H. W. TAVLEK.
Auditor of Bute:
I I
By 0. Cols Chief Cloak.
J. H. WHEELER, Agent,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Ns. 81t Rttnth lllajh Street.
Janlidlw
CAHADI1H ft TJBTTED 8TATE3 MAIL
STEAMERS
TO ANU ft'HOn
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,'
send -
Tho Montreal Ocean Btaaaaahls) Company's first claaa
full-powered Clyde-fcailt Steamers soil era rr Kat.
Strdstp from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
b nlted Slates stall una passengers.
S0TASCOTIA3 Capt. Hellas to re,
DIIBMIAN Capl.Sraoge,
NeMtTtl BRITON Capt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Oraham,
NORTH AMBRIOAN. .Cap. Alton.
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantina.
HIBEHNI AN,
NORWEGIAN,
Sbotteaif Cbeapeat ana Qafckcst Con.
rtyaass iratua
AHZBICA TO ALL PABTf OF STOOPS.
Will sadlrrnea LIVERPOOL orerr Tfoelaesalaw.
and fraea QUEnSO cwory Hatarttay , oalling at
lAJNVUMvaaiiii, reraeetvooo noarnana taro Alalia aad
laaenawrs. to asMi (ma Ireland and Scoilanj.
Olasa-ow passengers are furnished with nruit'Sfeasw
UOnou, w WW ini. Hvmiimivnr,
lleture licaela grantew at reduced rates.
An peri need Surgooa attached to each steamer.
Certificates burned for earning to and brtneine out naa-
songare from all tho principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, hy this lino of steamen, and
by tho WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILING PACKETS,
waving tdvorpoot ovary ween,
for passago. apply at tho Office ejj RHfll ft.
WII, Now lark, nnd IH UATKH DT
LlTerfool, .
SlIEt ft tSASlS, Beaeral ioots,
Or to- ' J. R. ARMSTRONC.
olO-lydeksr Stateanaa OSice, Columbaa, Ohio
TIIE CBKDIT0RS OF rilll.lP SflL.
LAW. ara hareb sntiBed that a dividend of
por cant baa been ordered to bo made by the P rotate
Court, of fraokliaoaeuty. Obio, aad that fta MONDAY
tho ltlh day of January, iwi, at o eiocs a. -,ai ine
ofSca) of Warden A braosot, k tho Cup of Gataobos,
Ohio, said dividend will bo paid la tho creditors entitled
thereto. saassaibsai,
Columbus, 0., laa.lllStd. Assignee.
Dr. J.H. McLEAK'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PTJHirrER.
Tba Ureateat Uenaeelr its Tbe Wvrlel,
AND TUB
HOST DDiaOTS
AND
DELIGHTFUL'
CORDIAL
EVER TaREN.
IT IS STRICT
ly a aclentifio and
Vegetable Oomponnd,
Lrocurvd by the distil
.Uon of Roots, lierhe
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Sarsaparilla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters Into Its'
Wore Taking." active' remedial After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted by -my
new method of distilling, producing a delicious, c
hileratlng spirit, and the moat INFALLIBLE remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and reamrin. ,h
Strength1 d!bl"ul1 INVAL1 & health and
BIcLEAN'N STRENGTHENING COR.
DIAL
Will effectually esrt
LITER OOMPLAINT. DISPEPBIA. JATTSinma
Chronic or Nervous Debilltv. Diseases of the Ei,lr,.
and all diseases arising from a disorder I I tver or Btom
ecu, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidlts or Sick
ness of the Stomach, fullness of Blood to tho Head, Dull
pain or swimming in the head, Palt Utlon of tho Heart,
fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Sour Eructations
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvneos
or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Nutht BweataTln
ward rovers, Pain in the small of tho baok, eheat or tide.
Sudden Hushes of Heat, Depression of Hplrtte, frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Soma or Blotches on the Skin, and fever and Ague (or
Ohillsand fever.)
Over a million ef Ketllea
Have been sold during the laat alt month. mr.A l nn i.
stance haa it failed in giving entire satlsfacticn Who,
then, will sutler from Weakoeae or Debility when Mo
LEAN'S STRENGTHENS CORDIAL will emo youl
No lana-uano can convcv an adeuuai. ih. nf ik. in.
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down bv exceaa. ..at h.
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation Is restored to Its pristine health aod vigor.
lUAKltlKL PERSONS,
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever ena.
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of tho system: and all who mav han intured
themselves by improper indulgences, will find In the Cor
dial a certain end speedy remedy.
To tlie Ladlea.
Me Lean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy curs for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WIIITE8
Obatracted or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence cf
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Palling of the
Womb, Giddiness. Painting and all Dtseasss Incident to
Females.
There is bo atlstak About It.
Buffer no longer. Taks tt sccordios to Directions. It
ill stimulate, strengthen and inviironte rou and ran it
the bloom of health lo monut your cheek again.
very Dome is warranted togtvu aatltractioa
I OK CHILDREN.
If your children are alrklv. oner, or afflicted. M,-!.,.
Cordial will make them healthy, tat and robust. Delay
namomen try it, and you will bo unvioced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oar-no. Beware of Drarsrlsts or Dealers who mat
try to palm npon yon some Bitter or SamaparUia Uaah
which they can buy cheap, by aayist It is just a gcod.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLeejs'a Stroncthenine Cor
dial, and take nothing else It is tho only remedy tbat
will purify the blood thcrouchl? acd at the aama tlm.
strengthen the system.
one lablespoonful taken every moraine ftatln. la a
certain prevontlve of 0 holer, Chills and fever, Yellow
fever, or any preraj-ct diseases. It it pot up in lir-l
bottlM.
only 1 per bcKle, c-r e bottles for BJ.
i. H. aacLIAK.
Sole Proprietor of this Cordiai,
Also McLean s Volcanic Oil LinimenL
PriroiDal Derot on the corner of Third and Pii atmta.
St. Lot,if. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil LLcimcat.
Tne best Liniment In ths World. The only sals and
certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Swellirn and Bron
chitis, or Ooitre, Paralyses, Neuralgia, Weaknsas of the
Muscles, foronlo or iLfiammatory Kheuikatiam, Stiff
ness of the Joists, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Evache or Toothache, B raises, Sprains, Wounds, r-sh
Oats, Clcra. fever low, Cued Breasts Sore Nipples,
Burns, Be Is. Sore Thcat, or any Infammation or rain,
no difference how severe, or ho t long the disease may
hare misted. McLean's Celebrated Lininwn: is a cer
tain rataedy.
Thousands of human betnn have bees aav-a a life ol
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable mod
stne. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will rellrve pain almost tnitactaneooaly. and It wil
cleasse, p urify and heal th: foulest sores la an incredj
ly short tints.
For Horses and Otner Anlniala.
McLean t celebrated Liniment la the only safk and ro
tiAblo remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bono, Wind
falls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fail to cure Big Head, Poll Evil, fistuia. Old
running Bores or Sweeny, if properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Bores or W.nda, Cracked
Heeis, Chafes. Saddio or Collar flails It is an infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a euro Is certain In
every instance.
Then trine no. longer with ths mans worthless Lint-
menu offered lo you. Obtain a ripply of Dr. McLean 'a
celebrated Llnimenu It will rare you.
J.fil. irlcL.EAN, Sola Proprietor.
Corner of Third and Pino Streets, St. Louia, Mo
for sale by all druggists.
for sale by ROBERTS A SiMTJSL.
snrW-dAtwly Columbus, Ohio
MRS, WINSLOW,
An exrtBceil Nun aod Pm? PbTtirteo, preset. it
to we iieDiioD oi Users, Mr
SOOTHING S i'RUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which ereatl far'lltatea th. nm. ni te.iliU, h mr,!l.
suing the gums, reducing all inflammation wil I allay
ALL rata and spasmodic action, aad is
H'RE TO H CUV LATE TIIE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
and
BELIEF AID HEALTH TO TOUB UrAHll
Wa have put up and sold this articlt for over tea years,
aod CAN SAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRCTB, of it,
what we have never been able to say of any other asedi
eioo NEVER HAS IT f AILED, IN A bifid LB INcT
ANCB, TO Eff ECT A VCRE, when t Laxly used. Nev
er did we know an ins lane of diasattafaciion by any aire
who used it. Oa tlie contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak in terms of conunendatioa of its
magical earns and medical virtues. Wo speak In this
matter 'WHAT Wl DO KNOW;" after te years' erpo
henco. AND PLEDfiB OUR REPUTATION rORTUE
fULILLMENT Of WHAT WB HERB DEC LARA. In
almost every instance where Ihe infant ia suiering from
pain aLd oxhauatioa. relief will bo found In nlloeo or
twenty minutes after tnofyrup is administered.
This valuable preparation la ths prescription of one of
the moat EXPERIENCED aad SKILLFUL NCRSEdia
New England, and has bean used with NEVER BAIL
ING SLCCEtta In
TIIOIISASDS Or CASES.
It not only relievos tno child froaa pain, bat Inrigor.
ates the stomach and bo we la, corrects acidity, aad gives
tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
stantly relievo
6B.?:I0 II THE BOWELS, AID WI.VD COLIC
and overcome eonvulalnoa, which. If not speedily mo
died, end in death. Wo believe M ths Baaf aad SUR
EST HRMEDI IN THE WORLD, tn all oatea of DYS
ENTERY and DIARRUlEA IN CttlLDREM, arbotbas
It artsee from teething, or treat nay other oaaaa. Wo
would any to ovary mother who haa a child sulferlnt! from
any of Uio foiegnirg complaints DO NOT LET VOI R
PREJUDICES NOet THE PRRJCDICESOf OTHERS
Stand between you and yoar satffertog cblti, and the re
lief that will be fCKB yea. AtMOLUTELT SCAB to
filliiTH " rTmilyaaal IlII di-
re-tl.iBS for using will accompany each bottle. Novo
reaumeaaka Ihe facsimile of CURTIS PERKINS,
New York, is oa tho outsido wrapper.
Bold hy all Druggiats laroatheat tho world.
Prl acioaloiricw, is raaar Btrccl H.T.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
octt7-daw1y.
Sherifl's Sale. -, :-. :
Sarber A llartisoa '
TS.
superior Cowrt,
Jease S. Ltiir
r
BT tlliTl , Or AX OHDHHOf KALE
to me directed, from tho Buporiir Court of frank
lin eooaty, Obio, I trill cfter for sale tu ths vlll,g? cf
Lockbnurae In said csnty at Ihe Wertio-e now oc
cupied hy David Sorter, ca ...
Monday, th 81st day af JauuAry, A. D. 1861,
at IS o'clock, A M.tho fblloring prrrty to erit oca
Derrick acd Cxiaies belonging tbtrew, two staseehea.
V crow hat. I Jack Screw and Lever. SledV, 4 trarw
wheels. S Sheens, I Pick, 1 Sleeto Rook, 4 boekets 9
shovels. I single ehlev Neek, I b a, I dawlrk frame, 1
crane frame, a lot of rope, and tba ranai boat Lota.
fl. W. BCV fMAN. Bharta.
JawMlOt. By E. Davtv, Cp'ry
FOR SALE,
A LABOR BOOT or LAND I.YIN
oa tno National Road, West of Colamhna, wtihla
from two to are ml lea from tba eity. Tba praperty will
be an IS In Ms to suit purchase re, aao oa favorablr torsas.
Apply to JOHN W. ANDREWS,
jaaia-eVier . Aeasit tea JsAaia. Aiaiiawy-
Columbus, January Id.
Ll IANliuik salt .atva-j.
IV All astassadoolstsjuatopoaed at
BAtBS.
dea.ll.
Ko. 80 South High street,
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