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tyt (Ohio Mditman
ly ndav Morning' FEB.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lowing ths arrival and departure of trains al Oolum
til. Oo Mid alter November 17, IHUtl, trains will run as
ulkiwn . .
btm Hum t OttviKii Xuu ! I, ,
T t 1 Leave. . A "arrive
OineiiiaU m ode Uon. fcSO A. M. f s:Ba p. M,
OuwInnaU Baprase 1:30 PM. I: I J P.M.
Mall and Accommodation... 4 F. M. UiSOA.M.
Night Bsprees, via Dayton, UOO A. M. 3:31 A. M.
. Jl. F. DOBtATT, Aglnl
Ooumsos dtaveaAM -B.
Bight Bon. 1:00 A.M. Mi ll
lorkBtprt lllS P.M. llOOP.M
i.i.' Tr C'-f fTTiMo, Agent-
OesmUk Oaie A. a.
Mo. I Bxpress 400 A.' M. . 18:40 A. M.
a. Bxpress. ........ AM P. M. 1:05 P, M.
Mo 4 -Bxprss to Hewert. 1:93 P. U.
W. J. Feu, Agent,
Fmsaotaa, Oauwios tt OiaounuTt ft. B.
Mall Into... .00A.M. liOSP.M
fixpresi Train..... 1:25 P. M U:30A.M.
Jo, atainejoa, Agent.
Oeicaarji fc Irauaorout, B. B.
(OowMitu piD4 fc Uoluu B. B.)
Ho. 1 Bxpttj 7:40 A. M. - 11J A. M.
MO. 8 ,. J;00 P. M 0:00 P. M.
, 0. A. Hiu, Agent...
State and Local News.
STRANGERS! IN, THE CITY,
AMD ALL OTBiaS
wlablog to while away an hour In pleasant and
agreeable amusement, should not fall to visit
tbe magnificent - -
WINANT BILLIARD ROOMI!
Two door North of the Nell House.
IT CONTAINS TEN SPLENDID TABLES!
Also, tne $1,500 Premium Carrom Table.
Kept Ip. the neatest style, with any quantity of
tne Dent or woes, usiis, eto:, eto.
Wantid One woodworkman on carriage
work, that can ttjboxee and bows; one good
draftsman, geerlng, and body maker. 1
J. A. SHANNON.
Columbus, Feb. I lw.
WANTED Three good boys to sell tbe
Cincinnati Gaielte. Apply at J. H. Stnder's
News Depot, 17 East State street, between 8
and 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Col John Kimnbtt baa resigned the com
mand of tbe a.b OdIj cavalry.
Uom. Otto UaisiL, Kepresentatlve In onr
State Legislature from this county, bas our
thanks lor a copy of the Slate Auditor's annu.
I report. Mr. Dai'ii Is ever vigilant and at
tentive to the Interests of his constituents, and
of bis State and county
Hum's Wiixlt for Febrnary 7, and otber
late Illustrated war papers, can be had of
Tbompion, at tbe postoffice.
SridTACtts. We oommend to onr readers
who may be In want of these useful and often
indispensable aids to' tbe fight, to call on Pro
feasor Polacbek, at Binder's, on State street.
They will find the Professor accommodating
and obllgiog, and. being a solentifio as well as
a praotlcil man, able to furnish them with
the very best glasses needed for assistance to,
and preservation of tha sight.
Tub Ninth Ohio Cavalbt. Five lull com
pjnles for this regiment bave been mustered in,
and two more (nearly . (oil)
organ ittlon at Camp Z tneevills. Oa Tnesdsy,
General Hill appointed Captain W D. Hamil
ton, forseerlv of the. Tbirty-seosud O. V. I ,
the command ol the battalion organised, with
the rank of Major. Captain Hamilton has al
ready served about eighteen months in the
army, was in Europe at the time of the Crim
ean war, and had flae opportunities to infotm
biniaelf In British Uotlce.
Tib NiMBTT-Firni Ohio. The steamer oat-
reying the 95:h Ohio did not arrive at Mem
phis until Siturdey, Jan. 34. From Cairo ttoy
ran only by daylight, for fear of being fired
Into by guerrillas In the night. At the time
our Informant wrote, Jan. 84, tbey were lying
in the river opposite Memphis It waa uncer
tain whether they would land there or ptoceed
immediately further down tbe river.
Riv. Hickii's Lictcus. Tbe U-ctuia last
evening at Nanghton Hall was on c( tbe most
inlMertogof the series- Tbe general thought
tunning through It was . that a religion, which
did not meet and provide for the desires and
insflnoteof the human hearVciuld not be dl
vine oould not be from God. '
One of tbe strongest and most cniveisal tie
sires and Inatlncbi of the human soul was, for
fellowship for oommunion' with the inhabit
ants of the otber world, especially with those
who were loved on earth. Tbe ' Catholic
Church responded to, and' folly and adequately
provided for tbe satisfaction of this deaire
toetlnot, In ber teaching in regwd to fellow
ship or communion with angels, saints, and
spitits of those aho have gone before us
The leotorer followed tbe same general train
of thought, In speaking oi saored relics and
rel kious memorial. These, too, satlttted
universal Instinct, and were adduced as evt
deuce that the Catholio waa the true religion.
Tie lecturer was eopioua In bia illustrations
and clear In his arguments.
Rev. flecker will preach in the North Cath
eUo (St. Patrick's) Church this (Sunday)
morning at tea o'clock.- Subject 'The Idea
of the Christian Frleethood." -
This evening be will oonolnda his series
lectoree at Naugbton Hall. Tbe lecture
evening . will commence at half-past seven
o'clock. Subject "The Way of Salvation
. Consistent with Reason and the Bible.'
To this lecture Protestant! pr non-CatboIlci
are particularly Invited. Arrangements
be made to have all who may attend oomforta
bly seated. The leotnre will be free
Thi Sivih Sistiis. This wonderful drama
whloh has recently had such a great rod In Cln
otnnatl, will be presented to-morrow (Monday)
evening it M- Eilsler's Atbeneum in thls
Tne eatt ot toe piay wm oo aeen oy reierenoe
..tH..ri..,ufflrntlri Anbthew Bol
mmmmMwtm K.tva haafi In tr-llnlne for iaitia
for the produotlon. Of this piece, and
known abllltv'ls truaraniee tor a ortiiisnt
oerformanoe on Monday night. ' v
" . w
Nothing ean equal Ibis spectacular drama
with itabeautlfnf scenery and magic transform-
ations- The mlrrore with tbeir splendid rtflee
tlous, the nymphs and farlea tbat flutter
elitter oa their light "gossamer, and' the whole
, Boeaery and action f this itraDga and.lot1y
drama, take; tbe spectator' oaptive hnd trans
port hint to a (airy land ol . romance
beauty.-, V " v. . .: "; '-; :v:.j,
Secure seats early, for there will b rash
ft tho ''Seres StttwTt.'' "
UtrW u Donstantiy beiDc filled up with now
17 """n 01 corner or Broad end
ettraotiona.;' Tbe eotranoe from tbe itroei bas
been receully improved, and li very flat and
convenient a broad and easy stairway taking
tn visitor np to the Museum.
un entering Here, a moat fascinating ectoe
presents Itself. The numerous wax figures and
the beautiful stereoioonlo views seen thronvh
doable leneee, make It a hall of enchant-1
Amone the curiosities recently added Is tha
young oInn.mon;oolored bear from the Rook,
mountains, me upper room is Deion ntted
up and will shortly be filled with tbe ohoioeet
speolmeoa from the workshops of nature and art.
As It Is now, the Museum will well repay ths
visitor for a otll, besides, enconraging the en
Thx bettor nation become acquainted with
each other, the fewer will be their prejudices,
and the more likely will they be to love and re
speet eaoh other. Just so with Herrlok AI
1 t- A.tl aBTal 4-1 . .a
iiea a uom meaai Daieratus tne more von
know of it, tbe more von want to. and tha
more enxlous you are 10 have your friends be-
come lti patrons. It not only makee the best
w,( K. . . , . .
blscoit, bread, eto., but it cures dyspepsia and
strengthens weak stomaobs. It has no equal,
Most of tha srocara hava It.
Candidate for Mayor.
The undesigned is .candidate for Mayor of
this olty. Circumstances, combined with solici
tations from numerous oltiaeos, induce me-to
offer myself as a candidate for that office, at
the entnlng Spring election, snbjeot to the Dem
ocratio Convention. I therefore invoke the
warm and generous support of my old friends,
who have so often cheered me on in my busi
ness for over thirty years. Tbey know how
suitable would be tbe capaoity; how deserved
the honors of the station, and with what care
and fidelity I would discharge tbe trust reposed
in me. Respectfully,
C. W. KENT, Sr.
AOBNTLEUAN AND LAST can be accomodated
with Boarding In a desirable locality, within fire
I minutes' walk of the Oapltol
Inquire at this office.
Tbc beat advice that can be taken la to earn
jour natural teeth and keep yonr fronts sound
by using Hdoson'b unbivallid Tooth Pastc.
Uail for it at Binder's, Marple's, Bamuers,
Uobert's, Wilson's, ocnuelier's, sbanp's, JJen-
Ig's, Rldgway's, J. f owler's, D. V. 8., or at
Druggists, Dentists or Perfumers anjwhcre
t ry it one and all.
House for Sale.
'PHE LARGE TWO STORY BRIVK
X House on Oh stmt between fourth and Filth ats.,
belomina to the BUt.rs of Notre Dame, is offered for
sale on reasonable terms. The house contain. tweWe
rooms a double parlor, or eltUna room, dining room
and kitchen, with wood and otber outhouses attach
ed, all of which are built of brick. It will make a very
desirable ramlly residence,
fereoss desiring to purchase, can apply to the Sisters
on ine premises. -
Jan. lo-u. -
To Armil To Armel-lbe Cltlse
Soldier will Hud a more deadly foe In the brackish.
muddy water and damp night air than In the most de-
HOLLOWAT'B FILLS ao purify the
blood and atrengtben Ihe etomach and bowele that the
eoidlef oan endure theee ha-dships and stilt be atroug
and healthy. Only Si cental per box,
fiatcholor'0 Hair Dye!
TaSJ BEST IN THE WO II A, ft.
WILLIAM A. BATOHBLOB'B celebrated Hair Dee
roduois a oslor aot to be dlsttngulahed froai tsture
warranted not to injure the Hair In the least; remedies
the HI effects, of bad dyes, and Invlgoiktes the Hair for
life. UHMt; BID, or &08TV HAIB instantly turns
a splcn in black or Brown, leaving tne Halt ion ana
oeautlfal. Bold by all Druggists, eto.
1T7 The genuine Is signed WILLIA at A. BaT'JUI-
LOR, on tUour tidtt 0 MoAfoa,
tactorf No. 81 Barclay Street,
lLte 333 Broadway and 19 Bond Street,;
oaytfMawly NEW VOUfaV.
wwj.1 j liuwiwu m w vw
l - -V-- - jl t
fubllih.U for the BritiriT and is a warning and
a PATiTTnv to YOfiWo uiN
who suffer from Bpermatorrhosa, tforvous DeUUty. Pie-
I mature Decay, eto.
supplying at see eame time a n
means of Mali. Cure. By om who has cured
ifMHJE. "I.?!?" aa lB)a"
Br lneloaini a post-paid addressed envolope, tingle
eopies miy be bad ot tne autoor .
Broroas, Kixca Oo , li. T.,
TO MARRIED MEN,
or Tbose Contoinpiatlng oiai-riage.
1 11 A iadsrslgned wiUgiTvlafenvattoo b T
UreMng ui kuportant subjwn
whlob will be rain-
sd mora than a thousand times Its out by every married
e aple of any ags or condition In Ufa. The Inforaattoi
will be seat by mall to any addrsM oa lbs receipt af 1
e rati (sfleer) and one red stamp .
All IsIUhs should be addressed to
B. B MOBBIB, tf. D
ootSL-lyStawdAvw Boston, Mass.
He moved front bis olel Office.
Dr. A. . WlliliiamB, n . oroaaway, ow nigu li..
Oolombus,0.,hai devoted himself fort series of years
to the treatment of certain private diseasee. He may be
oonsulted at his offloe en Brwdway, near the Biehange
TAYLOR & WALL
Opposite the First Presbyterian Church,
KKBP CONSTANTLY ON BAND
BEADY MADE COFFINS,
OF ALI KINDS.
Thev have Ihe sole light Jot Franklin county for the
manufacture and sale of
gchueller's AlT-Tlght Blinal 0a8eSi
i metallic eases, ana in
I ThMA Anrikl HaMaara
metallic eases, and th epst UMnly ene-haif a tnuca.
I r- -- - .K. UIIm A
also in oes ana mon raiiaDiei
pinons,aa they ar perfeotlyalrUght,and will preterve
I j' "
DR. ROBT; THOMPSON
Siiroeon So Flivsiciaii.
Office Dish Street, North of Broad (No. IS).
Beaidenoe.N. Fourth (Market) Street, aear aora
., ao heretofore, treats all dbsaset of
GHW TT RIBFTD
AUT a wv.
Evening and Midnight Reports.
Washikoto, Jan. 31. Maior-Gea. Hooker
was-in tne ouy to-aa. ,
ftn.ia1a Rutin. anJ UavnlltAn U UIIU.M
Governor ol Teiae, were in consultation to-day
wlth be Exeoutlve antboritiea.
There Is nothing new oonoerniug tbe Army
Ta. ,ti. ..
I au 9mm mm j w vavuvi nviv lauoiini iv
dav from Gen. Dlx. at Fortress Monroe, statins
yesterasy wen. reex's lorce, or a portion
ins in tha rnnt anil rtpat nf ih .hi. ho
had been driven six miles. When tbe Intelli
gence left our vlo tor ions troops were pursuing
tua reDflis 1
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.
SN4T(-A rssolotlon of thanks to Com
mander Warden was passed. '
Mr. McDongal called np tbe resolution re
questing President Linooln to transmit to the
Senate tbe orders, papers, etc., relative to the
..nwlailAi. nf m mm a A4A trt C . 1. .
use of the French Tbe resolut'lon was
M!P i-' a .. , . ' . ,
Mr. Feesenden called up the d plometlo and
oonimiar annroDrlatlnn bin: which Li.
Tbe Legislative, Executive and Jndlolal bill
was taken np. An amendment striking out tbe
I I -I 1 I II.. A .
proTimuu iouuuiujj uiusage hi tea oeui.;, wai
i ne oommiitee on r inance onerea an amend
ment of agriculture from f 160,000 to 105,000.
After dlsoussion of considerable length, the
Senate adjourned till Monday.
lioosc. uonsiaeraiion of tne noaro soldier
bin was reeumea.
Mr. Stevens explained that within a few
months the time of enlistment of several
hundred tbousand volunteers would expire
Henoe the necessity of the provision of this
Mr. Thomas replied that the bill as reported
and prepared at the War Department ooatalned
no snon provision, n negro soldiers were to be
employed for five years, to pnt down the rebel
lion, tbe term was too long. If to extermi
nate or subjogste the South, the term was loo
short. He thought irom tbe commencement ot
the war tbe House had legislated too muoh on
tbe subject, and he still believed that if tbe
President bad laid down a pollov at tbe
beginning of the contest and compelled
adherence to 1(1 at, would bave been
far better. It was unfortunate that tbe
President should bave imposed tbe task
upon Cougress. v 1 be employment of black
men did not rest on their capacity and efficien
cy as soldiers, but aa laborers. Slaves, he
maintained, constituted elements of streneth
and power to tbe rebels. If suob persons bad
from tbe beginning been employed in digging
entrenchments and oiher labor, the lives of
manv men would bave been saved. If he had
been in command nf tbe troops be wonld bave
sent out and gathered in all the negroes he
could And, for toe performance of such la
bor. He said in the Northern Statee there
wonld be comparatively few enliatments
In reply to Mr. Wright, who spoke Yes
terday, be said members here, oould ao
more compromise as was suggested than
they ceald compromise with tbe rebels in
arms. Tbe rebels wonld scout and scorn It.
Mr. Wright wished to know what reason
H " Buppression of the rebellion.
there was why there could not be an honorable
compromise among the members here. What
obstacle was there if all were bonestlv In favor
ot sustaining ana perpetuating tne Union J
Mr. Timbie replied that, fortnnatelv or un
fortunately. Ood bad bo constituted men that
tbey wonld differ in opinion, and he had no idea
that the gentlemen on tbe other side wonld yield
... .hConstItnlion as it was. and nnZ
il..l.nnnAia aatAtha MnnHAk tT- J i
the tope thtl the MUtuton 0f slavery would
never be permitted to extend beyond its pree.
enc iimtie. in repiy hi uox, woo yesterday
said negroee were to be employed, like
nsnds ot noil, to consummate what was
inaugurated by the North in a spirit of hate,
be rebntted this very unjust imputation on the
norm, wnose ooject waa tne prosecution of the
war for the preservation of the Government.
If he could be would unohaln his eolloagne's
Bends of hell, and not recall them till tbe lost
rebellious fratricide was swept away. But
believed that the people of the North were
abundantly able to protect the heritage lefsbv
tneir tamers, ana to continue tns contest nntil
the national flag floated again over all Dart
oi me country.
Mr. Kiddie, in reply to a portion of tha re
marks of Mr.. Trimble, caused to be read the
following extract from a letter of General Mo-
Clellan to Senator Harris, dated Joly 12, 1863:
'-i perceive ny tne newspaper reports of Con-
i orcaeiouai prooaaine;s tnai mere nas Dean con.
sideranie atsouseion on tbe snbjeot of requiring
muiiary uouuiBuuera u reooire negroee seek-
ing protection in meir raoxs, to employ tbem
Un suitaDie taoor oonnected vrltn the mllltarv
services. U may do well enOUgn for tne fact
to oo m&ue auuwu, tuat an negroes, male and
female, who have come Into tbe ranks of tha
Arm? of tho Potomao on the Peninsula. have
been protected and get at WOtk In performlcE
offices which otherwise wonld have devolved
upon onr soldiers, ine supply of theee eper
attvea oai tuus mi oeen insumoient tor
Mr. Pendleton spoke ssaiust the bill.
eaid tbe reverses to tee army and the denrecia
tion ot tne currency were owing to the Wot that
tha lmnreeslon prevailed tbet the Adminlit
Uon and the Republican party were tired of main
taming tne union as it was and tbe Constitutlcs
as it is. It ie tbe Influence here which produced
these disastrous results.
Mr. Dawes ot Massachusetts wished to know
bow it was that an army of two hundred
thirty-elgbt tbousand were banging on the Vir-
elnla shore, under the gentleman's favorite
General, and failed to make an attack against
uuaxar uub, .uu bkiiu ma not mora nntii
commanded dt tne rrnident.
Mr. Pendleton in tbe course of his renlvaald
it was better to stop than it waa to erosa
RappanannocK nnoer another commander.
I feeling was gaining ground in the Northwest
that the people had been trloked into tha aer.
vlosoy appoais to tneir patriotism! under pre
tense tuas ion uojesi waa to protect
Constitution and the Union, when it waa
the abolition of elavery. Unlesss this sup
pression was arrested, it would become unl-
a M . Ia a l a m . ...
vers ai. ana wueu it tooc noia oi tne Dublin
mind It would be impossible to get another
man or dollar to carry on the war. lie
opposed to the bill In any form, because
wnnlA nMdnfie a rAVolnttnn In ..... .I,.,.u.
rder State, disband the white armies,
render reunion tmpoaeiDie.
Mr. Olin brieny reviewed the pendiof
amendmentr, remarking tbat the very faot of
euoh persons into the aervioe aa already
provided, carried with it the necessary proiec.
Unn. It waa idle, therefore, to sav that
bill changed the Slitting laws. He did
I think the employment of Afrloans should
seised upon for tne assertion tnat It would ore-
ate dlsafreotion in the North, or that it would
a uhiiieu aawao vs vhw evkrvva naaeaet a eruusu imb
oa an auiuiooi ius.uiki an miue-
. h to avail themselves of all mean
- " ., .
to accumpusu uv nKeae uurpunw,
Mr. Maynard spoke at length. After glanc
ing at tne not connectea wiin tne oommenoe
ment of.the rebellion, be said Southern tyrants
swayed their power by the bayonets ot
soldiers, who wonld turn them against,
masters if they oould. Tbe rebel leaders knew
if tbe Constitution was maintained thev would
be driven into obscurity and disgrace, ud henoe
tbey scorned tbe idea or living under our Gsv
ernment. Ho showed the BeosBsitv of
oert of aotion on ourpert, the sooner to restore
obsdienoe to the Constitution by the'
preaalon of the rebellion. He presented
array of facts for ths encouragement of
causeoi tn union. ..- - .
. Without taking aay qnestion, the House
journed. ion SALE.
VERY' DESIRABLE LOfl
la Wm. A. Olll'i But Addition to the eitf ot Oo-
lambat. Ooe tf than oo the ooroer of Broadway and
But Pobllo Lane, and fix In two Bloski ot thro lott
nth, fraitluf Horth ond Boalh on Oak strait, dw th
Bait and, on too mopt elevaUd ground in the oily.
Also, from 20 fo 60 Lots ,
In Wm. A. QIU's faeonil North Addition to tho oily af
Columbui, on tha Bait aide of Blgh itreot, a few rode
North ot the Sopot. Shaae Iota hari a rich, b:aok, al
luvial aoll ol 8S or 3 loot, undtrlald by 90 or mora foot
of granl. Looattd near tho B. B. ihopa and other
Urge nunafaeturtni eatabllahmaola, U. B. Anonil
ground., and In th north part of tho olty, rondera ths
traaant a good opportunity for Mechanics, laboring
on and o tha re to Men re. at a email oo.t. a homaaleid
near their bnalnaaa. At no tune alnos tha formation of
the OoTarnmont. haa mone y been ao abundant, or labor
ao won romonaratoa as ine present.
NOW IS EiHE TIJDTE TO BUY.
Beal Batata bu not yet adranoed In proportion to
Also, a Small Farm of 40 Acres,
Adlolntne- the town of HlUlard's Blatloo. en the 0. P.
Si 1. B. A., tan mileo (or twenty minutee by B. B.)
rrom tne uoiumnoe uopoi. xnia is fooa, arable lana
3 laroa under tenee and eulttvatlon. Ths railroad run
nlsg aoross the corner, ente of 1 or 7 sores of wood
land. A food two story log cabin and abide on the
promisee. Prioo 11)00, one third oaah In hand, the bal
anos In two sqoal annnul pajnaenU.or a liberal discount
For particulars, Inquire of
. win. a. out,.
No. 30 North High St., Columbus, 0.
No. 110 WestFourth Street,
BETWEEN" VINE te RACE.
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN
ABB BBBPBOTFULLY ADVISED THAT BIT
Hones Is now fully ayitematUed, and reidy for the
entertainment of the biiinessoomouDity.
THE EATING COUNTER,
Ona the Bratfloor, will be under my pareonal supervis
ion, and will ba ktot well annulled. Gentlemen harlot
but a few mlnutts to spare from bualnese, will Hud
Oysters In every Style, Game, Meats, etc.
From 10 o'oloek A. M. until 11 P. af. I solicit a
share of business patronage.
Deo. 31, Mii-tf.
Columbus Wholesale Liquor Store.
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
IMP0BTKB8 AND DBALBBB IN
Foreign and Somettio Winei, Brandies,
so. Ao. . ALSO,
OLD RYE, MONONGAUELA & BOURBON
WAEIHOOBB AND OFFIGB,824. SOUTH H1QH BT
Nov. 19, 1808 llyls .
BROOKS, STEARNS & CO.,
1 WnOLBSALB sc BETAIL DBALBR3 IK
Fine & Staple Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
CHOICE FAMILY FLOOR,
Pure Wines and Liquors
FOR UEDIOntali PURPOPBl.
Country Frodacs tkken In exchange for Ooodi.
NO 973 SOUTH HIQU STREET,
All goods deltrsrtd fres of charge to any part ot the
Bavin w. saooas,l
p. Miafon. )
deo7-tf . '
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Superior Court of Franklin
IN PVRSUANCC OF AN OHVEtc OF
the said Court, to roe directed, I will offer for
aale at puble auction, at the door et the Oourt House
in ine cny or, uoiumoua, on
Saturday, the 38th day of February. A. D
atone o'oloek P. At., the following desarlbed real estate,
situate in tne county or yranxiiu, ana irate oi unio
Batlnnlng at the northeast corner of the land deaJtd
by w. W. Savla to James Langham, and In tha middle
of the Plank Boad leading from Westerrllle to Oolum
bu.i thenoe south 18X deg. east along the middle of
said road oo reet; tneBcesoutn huh aeg. west 15 rest;
thenoe north Serf dee;, welt 318 feat to thi out line of
the tot deeded by James Lanibam to B. B. Bowman
tbraoe north S)t deg. eaat along the east line of said
lot eareet to tneinorw line ot James langnim's land;
thenoe south 85 K deg. east along the north line of said
land 410 feet to ihe plane of beilinlac, oontalnlm 1S3-1C0
oree, be the same mora or less, except a gateway along
ue norm une oi aaia lot n me graveyara.
Appraised at 77S 00.
a. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Mseter Commissioner.
Printer's fees $7 00.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
William MoWllUamt l Court ot Common Flea
T. ' of Franklin eonntv.
Th Blendon Mill Oompany.) Ohio. .
PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER Os?
thi said Oourt to me directed. I will offer for aala
atpubllo auction at the door of the Oourt House In tbe
olty of Columbus, on
Saturday, ths Slat day of Febrnary, A. D.
at I o'clock P. Mt. the followin described real eetati.
situate In the county of Franklin and Bute of Ohio, to
Beginning at a stake In the weet line of West ttreet,
lathe town of Weetervllle, towuselp Bt range 17. Unit
ed Statee military lands, In tbe osntir of a newly aur
Tiyad county road, which is thi extinston of Main
street, N. IS dec. west 10 32 hundredth polss to a stake:
uteno (oath 7B deg, west 11 pole to a stake; thenoe
nortn jk aeg, west ix eu-iou poiee to a stake; thenoe
south 74 del. 30 mln. est 27 S0-100 nolee to a stake ra
thi Alum creek; thence with the eaet branch of said
creek south S3 deg. eaat 18 Dolce to a stake; thence 8.
10 dee. west 6 64-100 poles lo thi center of said newlv
surveyed eonnry road; thence with the said road north
78 deg. east ii au iuo poles to the beginning, containing
uroo acre am Dinnvj-un. aqaari pom.
appraiseu ai i,w w per acra
' OB0B0B W. HUFFMAN,
i - ... Sheriff aad Master Commissioner
8U.MW1Y k Bosh, Atl'ys. .
Printer's feee 87 00. ( ,
WM. GLENN & SONS,
....... . .
70 and 72 Vino Street, -
' -1- v. t . - - ! .1 'i ,-. ;i
, ' Between Second and Piarl Streets,
. i ...... 'U jO ' ' 1
O XJST 0 1 1ST KT A. T X.
. . . - ' 'A ..... .V
We iDVtt ' the attention of dealers to ear larrt ud
well assorted stock of Groceries. Oordan. woedm
IWare, te.i which, w effer at eloea rates t eh bayers.
New York Market—Jan. 31.
Finn and somewhat Irrsgnlar will sales of
ltuu naies as see. '
fLOUH Unsettled, and 10930. better. Bale at 7 J
H7 7 for extra Btate; V. 8tim for extra round hoop
Obloi slo.lng tjuust. - . .: . .
WIII8KI Market Brmer sod unsettled, with salss at
WBBAT B to3o batter, with Seles Chicago shipping
brands at 1 4&S1 56; 82,000 baih Hllweukee oluti and
winter red western at 1 031 70.
BYB Soaroe and firmer at (1 0231 IS.
BSRLBX Scaroa and wanttid at batter nrloai.
OOBN lo bettor, with a moderate demand at lc for
sound mixed western, S2iaVDlo lor unsound, aid
OATS-iloie actlro and firmer at 67730 for west-BIOB-Plnn.
OOrVBB-Vlrm. Rio quoted at 31e. Java at 3io, Bl,
Domlofo at 88o, -:
BOOAB Teode upwards at II 110 for trown Nsw
U0LAB8B3 Aotlvi and Bra. New Orleans UU: for
Old, and 4750e for new orop.
POBK Hhade firmer, with eales at BlSdblS 15 for
old mass; 11 501350 old and now prima and SUA
15 07 for new prims rn.es. Including iMt brls new mess
for June dellrery at IS 50, ud 1500 brls new prims to
arriTQ w 9U -a.
BilP-BUsady. - '
OUT UBATB-A ehada flrmar.
BOOB-lress(d; firmer, with eales at tXQCXe for
weawrn. , . ,
BAOOK BTDBS Firm and In lood Irani .
LARD Aotlre and firmer at 10X(s)llMe locludlog
mi jv uns 10 irnre ai uf S)li.e.
Cincinnati Market—Jan. 30.
FLOUB The market contlnuee unsettled and not a
little excited. Buperflne was hold at Bu. but $i Si was
aooui we rate Buyers wsre wining to pay. ii waa aim
cult to ilvw quotation, at tha olose. The salee com
prised 3400 bbls. at S OtKSS 10 for extra, and BO Si for
wuisttT Tbe market waa xreatly excited, and Dilcei
aaranc.a uo per mion. w th sale, ot sou brls at ou
ouxo, tho latter rate for waeon.
rnuv lBiunu a lair aemand ana tni market Brm at
full ratee. .
atkSa POBK-Balas of 800 brls at B10TS1I SO for
old oountrv and olty, and B1J lor mesaoountrf.
HULK atBATB in fair demand. Batee ol IUU.000 lbs
olear aides at 7o, and I UO.tloU lbs rib do at So, and 50,OOU
uaons eaiee or uu nnas at axe, ana eiu gresn items
sold at Sxo. -
LattD In eood demand and prices Brm. All Ihe city
rendered to be hail at tf Ko was taken, and country at
o, delivered when made. HolJer.atked9j(aUXcfor
city at ine oiose.
OIL Llnsesd has advandoed to 81 40.
GR00BB1K8-A Sim markal for all articles. The
demand, however, Is quite light.
WHBAT There li a continued autlre demand, partly
specuiauve.anu a rurtner advance oi aoper ouan was ei
taousnedi ana ou tne receipt ol tne advices rrom N.w
York, there was very little dirposltion on tbe part of
noiaere to sen. aa etui miner prioes an anticiDH.a
we now emote prime rea at l to: crime to entice in
dianaor Ohio white at $1 S8l 30, and Bl 3331 35 for
prime to enoice nenwoay wnite. The saiee reportea
were: SSOO bush prime red at Bl SO: 500 do good India
na white at Bl SO: 1200 do prime red at Bl 85: 5000 do
do do at Bl 25. and 750 do choice Kentucky white
UUKN Tbe auppiy la Hunt, with a pressing demand
and prices advened 435c per busb, the market doling
very Brm at 5960e for ear or .hailed In balk, with sales
of about 3000 buih at theee figures. Shelled In sacks Is
held at 68e.
OATS The demand continues good, with but light re
celpt., and price, advanced lo per bu.hol, closing firm
at 60361c for new and old In balk, and 69?0o including
BYB We have no ehange to report In the market
Tbe receipt, are lliht. and not equal to ths demand, .od
prices tending upward, but not quotebly higher. 300
bush sold from store at Wo.
BABLBY The demand is fair for the best grades at
Si Suai 85 for nrlme to choice Stat. Borlna?. and
Bl B3S1 38 for Fall. The lower grades are neglected
HAY The market rales ataady. with a fair demand
at B140IS 50 per ton for prune Timothy in biles on ar.
OHBBBB There Is a oontluned good demand, and the
market la Brm atlOXaUlc foraelected Weitern Bestrvo
ana lixwucior Eniiiih Satrv. - v
BU1TBB Prime and choice qualities ave ecaroe, with
a good demand from the local dealers and shippers, and
full prices are obtained foe all .old. Qualities below
prima are not wantid. We quote prime to choice roll
at SO VSSo. and enmmon to eood at 8A150.
BHD Oloyer Is scarce and In good request at IS 30
iao u. ximomy is in ngni supply, ana nieu wiin
ready sate at BS4V9III5U. viax u wanted at x uu.
Cleveland Market—Jan. 30.
FLODB Bales 100 brls extra at B6 13K: 100 brie red
double extra at So; ltKi brli country ground wnue double
extra at 87; iTon bucicwbeit at J psrcwi.,ana
smaller lot at St.
WHBAT--alarkst higher. Beiee or two cere rea on
track al 1 1 3.H; 4 oars do at 81 34, and one car white
145. . . -i-
eaaus eaiee iuu bum ni iu csgt ctover ai a
and small lots timothy at $9 50 ' '
biRU-naiee a tons and Mgt at vxc.
FIATHBBB Balee 700 lbs prime at 44c.
BOOS Bales at 14 and 17c, the latter price for freth
HiauWINBs HiRtwsr. Balee 75 brls at 48c.
BDTTBB Hales prime roll et 18q.
-, i . i. Uodtr.
Money Market—Jan. 31.
Money active and firmer at WXi per cent.
Bt.rllnx Bxohaaee firm, ttaotaloue ate) I 7317t
tor Uerchante' and tl 741 75 for Bankirs' bill..
ttold irregular and unMttiKi onenuji at ow, aavane-
Ing to SOo, declining to 08o and eloilag at 58 per oent
Oovemment stock e dull: D. B.e's'81 oouponsMX
85; do registered 83; 7 3-10 Treasury notes 10! '-.
Steamsi to-day for Livvspeol took W6,400.
New York Stock Market—Jan. 31.
Btocks Irregular. Sd bond U.S. fl'S "81 Begistered
WW -.0 . B. o's 7 Bet Istered 95X ill year cerUfleatea Vt'i
uemaoa notes U4K : Tennessee os w;miaaouri o . osv.
North Carolina 0'. 55; Illinois coupon bonds 62K;
78 100; California do 75 133; Michigan Biuthern
mortgage 103 X; fctioblgiB Boutbern aafsty funding;
Illinois Central bonds IS'! Illinois Central eorlp
Cleveland Sc PltUburg 70" ; Galea! St Chicago
Olevaland tt TeleeoVUK; omcaio a Hock Kiand uik
Alton St Tine Haute preferred Od; Mllwaakee a Frairle
Ladies' Fancy Furs
Mink Sets, .
; Squirrel Sets.
Gents' Fur Capes, Gloves,
Ladies' For and Fur Trimmed
la til styles
... . -r
Shipping Fart, for which thr highest prloe In Cash
opaii,a ...i ( .; i i ,
J. SMITH'S HAT STORE,
Hew Beil Home Boildin;, '
' COLTJMBns, ohjo.
353 RUBIA MILLS. 355
363 atw-ti ass Waattlnsrtan Htreei,Nev
I mwwm. vi.ey.
GOVERN MEN T.COFFEE
Fat Bp la tin foil Found papers, 48 In a box, and
bulk. OurprlceirangefrosaS toSOoente. We put,
tne fonowtng kjcdsi ' n. .
Jftv, Maracaibo, flap, Slo, Bio
: - - Bupenor Cofie.
We believe oar Coffee ta t otfr than any ground
Coffee now la as. -All order adlrteeea to as, er
., Agents, Hasan. Puci tt Tocxa, 183 Cham
street, cor. Washington street, Hew Tort Olty,
receive prompt attention.
The retail trade supplied by first elan Jobbing house
la the various cllle.i VJ,. n t. t
STATEMENT - 5
. or ras cosatTtoa a vie -.
Thames Firti 'Insurance Cowl
On the 3Ut day at Baoamber, IBM, atade to aba AAdttor
of Oblo, pursuant to tha atatataof that Slate, eat!-,
tied "Aa aot to regulata Inaaraaoe Oompaataa, not
taoorporaUd by the Blale af Ohio," passed ApfUa;
,. NAMB AMD LOjAtioa.-' . i' I
The name of the Company Is themes Fire teeo r ,
anoeOompany,aod U iooatid at Norwlohaiiw; .
London eoaaty, Oona. ' . v
-'' .... t; OAtlfil.''
Beoond. The amount of Its Capital Btoekto 111B0BB9V
Third. The amount af Its Capital Biook . . '-M
paid up, It.. ,. 111,480 00
- . . tl. ' ABBBTB. "
1. Cub nf ths Company " :;; .w.i'.
oa hand ........... t,4M M '! nun:'
3. oaah in tne nanas or . i . -a
and due from agent, t
In oouim of trane- ' "
million. ........... 1,110 41 -
3 Real oolite unincumbered, aoew,
4. The Hondo and Bloeke owned by '
.1: ii'. u i
: S(S44 '
. I. i
the Oompany, as per vouehen
aooompanylng how aeoursd, '
aid tho tate of IntarMt iha.
on, to wit:
i.oU I .u
100 1 haree tlir
.it JitW ..I.: l
i : . 'i
Y f S.OSO
Sd. khj .nam rna-
iH jt I.'
nil Bank. N.Y. S 000
3J. 50 sharei Oontl-
nintal Bank H .
T 3 000
4tk. 50 .hares Hano- '"
Ter Bank M. I. 5,000
4.01B 13 . . . . -i
Total aonas ana Blocks,
3. Debts due the Company, as.
cured by morlcage. on uola-
. cumbered -teat estate, orth
double tbe amount forwbioh
the samele mortgaged, aa per
S. Debt otherwise secured, a ,
ier vouchers Bled, being 1
oane on .locks, eto. eto. '
, amounting to ' : ;
Par atarkat Amount .
value, valui. leaned
12,800 U,70B ' 10,060
Total amount loaned on above, '
7. Loana on personal security
19,753 80, office furniture 400m
8. All other eeeurltiei interest ao-
crued, due Jan. 1, 1803
Total asiele of the Company..
I. .J. 1,1 M
: lo.osooo . .' !
3,153 08 -;.:
III. LIABIUTIBS. '
... i i '
FUtb. Thl amount of llabllltlee, . -
due or not due, to banke
and other creditor. uons.
Sixth. Losses adjusted aod due....' none.
Seventh. Losses adjusted and act
one . -1 -
- 600 00 i
Blghth. Lomco onadjuated no ao-1 :
uon uereon iuii reporiea,
Rlntb. Losses la suspense, waiting
for further proof none.
Tenth. All other elaimi against the
Oompany . ,
Total Liabilities......... .
so eo .
Eleventh. The greatest amount Insured In
anyonerlak.. . 5.000 00
Twelfth. The greateat amount allowed by , . .. , ,
thi rule to beln.ci.J In aoy on . ,
city, town or vlliaee Ho rule.
Thirteenth. The greatest amount allowed
to be inaured In anyone block not to exceed
BJ000 lnany on risk.
Fourteenth. Ihe amount of He eaplral Ot . : . : ; r ; ' .
earnings deposited la any other
sate, a security tor losses unre
in, naming thsm, with the amount
in eaon, ana wneuier eucn uom.
pany traneaetaany business ot In- ..
suranceln said Btate or Btatee--,'.
Fifteenth . Tho Charter or aot of looorpor-'
atlon ot laid Company accompa; .',
i'." i ;.
if.'.;" - : lo -) !'-F-r-;a-I I , , SLt
BiiTS or CoimcTtcsT,! -,'
Oooirrr or Haw Loxaoa,) '(.... i r . -
Amoe W. Prentice, President, and Ohaxlee B.'Dyer,
Auiatant Secretary of tha Thaoes fin lasnnace ..
Oompany, being eeverally sworn, depose and say, that
the foraa-olng la a full, true and eorreet statement et tha ,
affair, of theatld Oompany; that the said Insurance Oom- (
pany'le the bona fide eweer at at teast Oaa Hundred
Thousand dollars of actual cash capital hiveaUd la :
Stocks and Bonds, or Is Mortgages on Bsal Batata,
worth doutlt thi amoaat for whlob th eame at aoo ra
nged; that th abova amilbid Inveitaiati. nor asj
part thereof, are mad for th benefit of any lodlrldaal
exerciatng euuaeity ta ue managaiator m Ousapa
u, ilther aa Preeident, Baontarr. Vnmi'ii, Dlreetor.'
or otherwlie; thai thi mortgages above dsicrUm) av '
sot bnasstBae4.aor In aav manner nias4 at Jta-
paired by Hid Company; and that tbey are th afeem -desoribed
omcers of said Insurance Oompany. i
Attus w. PHBHTioa, madent.
CHABLBB B. DYER. Aealet'l Bo'r. -
Bubsctlbed and sworn before see, thli tenth day oi Jas-
LBWI8 B BTAHION.. .. -Justice
of the Feaee, New Loudoaeoanty .
- Ornea or Ta Aoarcoa or IraTa, ' '
. Ooldiuos, 0., Jaa. S3, 1803. , t '
It is hsrebi oertlfiad Out th foratolng is a cornet oopy
of the Statement of th condition af th Thame Fire
Insurance Oompany of Norwich, Oonaeetieut, sum
to uu omce ror year uu, ana uow oa an
1 herein. ......
I Witness my hand and teal officially,
B. W. TAf LBB, Auditor f Bute,
CERTIFICATE OF A.UTHOBITT.
iTo expire oa the 31st day of January, 1841.) , ,
Acsitoa or Stats' Ornta,
Ixacaiifo DDAaTaarr, V
Coitnuca, Obio, Jaa. W, UOa.1
Uie Thamu fir XniursBnc Oonpa&
located at Norwich, in the Stat of Conn
haa tiled In this offloe a .worn .tatncl of It on-
dltloa, ae required by th first section o thl aot "To
regulate Inauraoce Companies not Ineorporated by tt
BUM of Ohio," passed April 8, IBM; and,, when,
said Company has famished the nndenlgned eatliferto-
ry tvldenoe that It I poieeased of at leaal on hundred .
thousand dollar of actual capital, Invested ta Stooks, .
or In Bonds, or In Mortgagee of Beal Aetata Worth doa
bis thi amount for which ths sua Is mortgaged; aad, -whereas,
said Oompsny hie filed in this offloe a errlttaa
instrument under Its corporate aeal, Hgned by th Pna
id ant and Baoritary thireof. auttoriaiaa any agent or
(gent of eald Oompany la this Btate, to acknowledge
servio ot prooeas, for and la behalf of (aid Ooaapaay. .
onsentlug that each sortie of process ahull be taken
aod held to be aa valid a If served upon the Oompany, .
according to th law of thl or any other State, aad
waiving all elaim or light et error, by reason af soon
Mew, therefore, In pursuance af Ihe first eectioa of
the s'oisatdact, t, Bobsrt W. Tayler, Auditor at Btate.
for th Stat ot Ohio, do hereby certify that eaat
Thamee Fir Insurance Oompany of Norwich, Oonnee
tlout. hi authorised to tranaaot thi bsulnean of Ftrrr r
Inauranoe ta thl But until th 31st day of Jaa nary, la '
tha year cn thousand lght hundred aad dxty-foor.
In witness whereof. I have hereaalo oabseribed. my
L. S. n am and caused the seal ol my offloe to
em xed the day and year above written.
B. W. TAIAiXa, Auditor 0. auua,
, h. Be iEEsoN ; .: ;
GolxxxixloxMjat O. -
Jaa3M7t -. -- ' .-
HEADLEY, MM & RICHARDS.
lSTo.?0O 6c 253. BotttfA XIlfa BtH
IN OBDBB.TO HIBT THI WANTb'cf THj'lBnV w
numerous castomers In thl trav of Holldae flooA. i-
hT just returned from th eastern cltlst with aohote. ,i
and well selected stook of
LADIES' MISSES' ANp CHILDREN'
Ladies' Cloth and Plush
NEW, RICHLAND. JBESIABLT
Balmoral, SkirS",1 '
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREIWl ft
H5ADLEY, EBERLY R1CUARP3.,
FSOASS I0TJTH HIQU STBIBti
Cj. J J) vit