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Gen. Grant's Aid.
pM rs, in speaking of General
Grant'g Aid, have the name wrong. It ia
Captain C. B. I.agow, formerly of Palestine,
Illinois. He is a brave and competent officer.
Preparations for the Twenty second of
preparations making in this city for
the celebration of Waahington's birth day
are on a ciRguificent scale the most elabo
ia'e ever manifested here ia remembrance
of the rather of h!s Country. This is as it
fcfcould be. The Poitofrke and Custom
bou88 will be handsomely decorated, and ia
the evening rfd, white nnd blue lights will
be burned on the roof, (hher public build
iuR3 wi:i also be decorated, and thousands
of flags and banners displayed from private
residence, hoiels, &e. We are not advised
whether there will be a gencrul closing of
banks and business placet; but doubtless all
will cordially unite to mke the dny one of
The Conduct of the War.
Ti;e Hon. Itobert XUUory, inCongreE3, has
jirci occd to discharge the Committee on the
Conduct cf the War, a? from the news re
ceived time appeared to be no farther use
for their deliberations. The proposition was
adopted with great unanimity. Congress
bas all along been advised that our military
commanders would make their own report
in tb:3 case when the proper time arrived,
and all anticipations have been more than
Official Account the Battle of Mill Spring.
Central Thomas has nia;le an ofiicial re-j-cil
of tie Battle of Mill Spring. From it
we learn that our loss in the battle was
thirty-nice kiiltd and two hundred and
tight wounded; the rtbel loss, one hundred
aid nincy two killed and one hundred and
rUty-seven prisoneis, of whom eighty six
were wounded. In this account the wounded
earric-d off by the retreating rebels are, of
course, tiot reckoned. Besides this, our
iorces captured fourteen puces of artillery,
fifteen hundred horses and niu'es, the entire
carcp equipage of Zollict ffcr's army and a
large quantity of stores. The ptibli.; will be
p'ea:ed to know that the na'no of this fanuus
battle i3 at ktt settled; Gentrul Thomas, in
bis official report, calls it the battle of Mill
Spring, atd by this name it will, therefore,
be entered in (he log of history.
It ia not necessary to remind our readers
that Saturday next is the anniversary of
the day that gave birth to the immortal
Father of onr CouDtry. No day in the cal
endar, except the birthday of our nation,
calls forth the patriotic impulses of the true
.American beurt more effectually than the
twenty-second of February.
Tbe character of George Washington was
a living t xrrrpUficition of all that wis excel
lent in principle and noble in action. At
tho bead of tbe anny, duriug the long strug
(jleofour forefathers for national existence,
atd afterwatd, as tbe bead of the nation,
whoe independence that army secured, ha
fulfilled Lis hih mission with luclt skill and
energy such self-denying devotion such
immovable prudence acd firmness, that, by
the universal consent of his countrymen, be
bas held, by undisputed wright, the honord
title of the "Father of his Country." Other
men of his day surpassed him in sing'e gifts
. which adorn and exalt the human character,
ard give their possessor power and influ
ence; yet in that rare and happy combina
tion of all the qualities which adorn and
e-OLBtitute a ctaracter almost faultless,
Washington was far before them all. Bat
the crowning cxceileLce of bis character
was bis ardent and unwavering love of his
lie shared her misfortunes and her perils,
and in tie day of her triumph one wish en
grossed his mind that her prosperity might
be perpetual. Four-scoreyears have scarcely
passed since, under bis guidance, the b'.esi
iegs of a free and independent Government
were secured, and the nation hs loved better
than life is convuhed with tbe borrow of
civil war. Defpite the warnings of Wa.-h-irgton,
a bold and deeperate effort to dis
SLerxileT the republic and destroy our Union
bas cast the vail of death over tho land and
made every true American tremble for the
fate of ourunequaled constitution. Trenton
and loyalty are now in deadly strife, and trie
stock of cOLteodlcg battalions of citizens of
a common country, Rons of a common an
cestry, is furnishing a spectacle of shame for
the wocderiug but exultant gazs of the ene
mies of Republican institutions all over the
Extensive and active preparations are be
ing made to celebrate, the day in a proper
manner. Tbe action of the Committee, who
Lave in charge tbe details of the necessary
- arrangements, will be found in our local
Sketch of General Wallace.
Colonel of the Eleventh Regiment of Indiana
three-months volunteers, better known as
tbe Indiana Zouaves. It will be remembered
that this regiment was stationed, in Jane
last, at and cear Cumberland, Md., and that
on the eleventh of that month the Zouaves,
beaded by the Colonel, made a dash upon
Romoey and routed the rebels at that place.
The regiment was noted for Its reckless
mode of fighting and the degree of "dash"
with which they always moved. When tbe
regiment returned to Indiana to be reorgan
ized for tbe war, General Wallace remained
.quiet for a few dys, when the trouble ia
Missouri ronEed bis energies, and be issued
the remarkable call upon bis troops which
created such an amount of enthusiasm at
tbe time. The Indianiant flocked to bis
standard, and tbe regiment was reorganized
and sent to tbe department of tbe Missouri.
Some little time elapsed, and tbe regiment
was next tent to I'aduoeh, after which the
Colonel was promoted to tbe Generalship of
a brigade In the division of General C. F.
Smith. Some little difficulty occurred be
tween these two Generals, and General
Wallace was transferred, at bis own request,
to a bow cotuiuauu at timiibland.
Sketch of General Wallace. New Plan to Raise a Revenue.
The Boston Evening Uazettt hopes Con.
grets will pnt a tax of one dollar upon every
man under sixty who carries a cane j a tax of
two dollars npon ladies owning poodles; a
tax of one dollar upon all gentlemen under
thirty who wear eye glasses; a tax of flTne
shillings npon ladies who wear three or more
flounces; a tax of fire dollars upon all
pretty women wbo wear vails, and ten dol
lars npon all ugly women who don't; a tax of
two dollars and a half npon people who go
wandering round to different churches and
don't pay any pew tax; a tax of twenty-five
tents upon every person who reads a news
paper he don't subscribe to or purchase; a
tax of one hundred dollars upon any person,
male or female, wbo gets into an omnibus or
car when it is already full, and a tax of ten
cents upon every person in Boston who pul's
bis watch out when tbe alarm is striking
twelve. This would srive us a big income.
A New Letter Envelope.
A new style letter envelope bas recently
been invented, and is being introduced.
The envelope is open at tbe end only; and
when the letter is slipped in, the overlap is
eo contrived that the stamp is laid npon it,
in tbe manner of a seal. Thus the adhe
siveness of the stamp is cuarantr for the ae
curity of the envelope. But by an addi
tional contrivance, tne overlap is so ar
ranged that a portion of the ttamn with
which it is sealed fastens to the letter.be
neatb; and in opening the envelope, the
stamp, on which a postmark and date is
impt-.ssed, remains, not on the envelope,
where it is useles?, but on the letter, where
it is often of great importance to business
men, who need to prove the date of mailing
of a letter or remittance.
Mr. Faulkner on the Rebellion.
was on Monday
last upon the authority of a telegram from
General Banks, that Mr. Faulkner has within
a day or two made a speech at Martinsburg
in which he expressed the opinion that the
rebellion was a failure, and advised his hear
ers to make the best termspoesible tor them
selves with the United States.
New Military District.
A new military district has been created,
to be called the District of West Tennessee,
tie head quarters to be at Fort Donelson.
General Grant, wbo has recently been np
pointed and confirmed a Major-General,
will be the commander of this Division.
The bill to provide for the better organize
tiou of our cavalry was taken ud in the
i-'erate on Monday last. An attempt was
rraae to cut down toe number or regiments
to ;0; this was subsequently modifies:), and
Ibe number was wade 40. Then the bill
We have seen it computed that it cjsfs one
million of dollars' to raise and equip a regi
ment of cavalry, at.d twenty bou3and dol
lars o day to sustain it.
Costly I.r.iKi5s The London Timfs
says that the release of Mason and Slidall,
acd their two secretaries, cost tbe British
Government (in its preparations for hostili
ties, we presume,) a 1,000,000 a-piece, or in
all about $25,0G0,oco. No wonder that the
people of England are somewhat dissatisfied
witb their bargain, acd disposed to believe
that they have paid too dearly for their
A Kxsidcxt lady, one of the sufferers by
the evil influences of Backner upon the
youth of Kentucky, proposes that the arch
traitor be put in a cage like Bajaeet, and that
every woman wbo had a son lured away by
him into the Southern army should have the
privilege of nipping his flesh with a pair of
A LotTitviLi.E lady, when she read that
Buekner's men in Fort Donelson bad raised
tbe black flag, quietly remarked: "I Ruess,
that, if they succeed in finding among them
selves a piece of a shirt, they will be glad to
raise a white flag to-morrow."
There are Enid to be sixteen candidates for
the vacant seat, from Indiana, in the United
The Treasury-note Bill.
The recent suceesfes of onr arms are likely
to bsve some effect on tbe passage of the
Treasury-note Bill. A Washington corre
Tbe intelligence of the progress of the
Union army aloDg tbe whole border and on
the coast, bas wrought a material change in
the views of many members of Congress in
regard to the pending Treasury-note Bill,
and bas occasioned a suspension of its
pastege for more mature consideration
whether it will be at all necessary. The
opinion pievails that the capture of Fort
Donelson, tbe retreat of the rebsl armies
from Kentucky and Missouri, and tbe con
Eterr ation known to exist in the rebel ranks,
have completely broken tbe backbone of tbe
rebellion, and that less than sixty diys will
wi'neFS its absolute reduction, aud the
restoration of Federal authority in all tbe
In this event it is considered there will be
eo need for such a bill as this, but that a to
tally different financial scheme should be re
scued to. On the other hand, tlier am
many who think the principal features of
me system ot tinancc ot wnicrt tins bill 13 a
part should be pre;ei ved, 83 beneficial to
the coiiEtty under all circumstacees, and
escetitial to the public welfare in establish
ing an enduring plan ot finance, that can bo
tbBi j accommodated to any changes what
ever in tbe wants of the Government.
For tbe present, however, ou account of
the changing aspect of public effairs, the
measure will not be pressed.
Tbe question naturally arises, what will
be done with the fifteen thousand prisoners
captured at Fort Donelson 'I Shall they ba
permitted to take an oath in nowise binding
upon them, and be discharged on parole?
Better a thousand times hold them as prison
ers of war, and levy from tbe seceded States
and the active leaders in the rebellion their
support. Secessiondom could not complain
ot this. It would cost them nothing but
board and clothing, if thus disposed ot less
than half, if held under the command of tbe
rebel leaders, to be transported from point
to point in their unnatural crusade against
the country. Then tbe thousands and mil
lions worth of property they would destror
of mere wantonness would be saved to the
people. 1 bey will be deprived of the onnor
tunity of burning bridges, dwellings, barns
acd property ot whatsoever description falls
within tbeir reach. This of itself will be a
real savintr to their own section: for It at
last but impoverishes tbeir own homes to
lay waste and destroy the property, whether
6T Union men or otherwise, within their
F.iv. Gioaui Lyon, chaplain of tbe Thirty
sixth Illinois legioient, now at Uolla, Mis
souri, writes : L.ex me say to ail interested.
that to lar as my observation goes, there is
as much piety among the Christians in camp
as at tbeir bomet; tbat, witn tew exceptions,
the soldieit have preserved the integrity
nd standing they had when they enlutted
and tbat tbe idea which hs been propagated,
tbat toltluri rmut btcomt corrupt, is a mon
strous falsehood, without the slightest foun
dation in fact."
Buckner is probably averse to fighting
battles on tbe Sabbath, and, therefore, be
capitulated to General Grant nncondltion
ally oa Sunday tnorniaa. without renew ng
U ttituieut ot tue two previous day
An Admirable Reply.
We have noticed the "fuss" raised by the
Americans In Paris because the Frenoh
Court laid down certain rules regulating the
admission of Americans to the Court Re
ceptions. Our Minister to the Court of St,
Cloud has been so annoyed by tbe clamor
of tbe Americans wbo were thus excluded
from the reception, tbat he has laid the
matter before Mr. Seward. Our Secretary of
htate gives a most admirable reply. lie rcc
ognizes tbe fact thst the Frerch Court bas a
perfect right to prescribe Hs own rules of et-
tiquette and concludes thus:
I have dwelt npon the sr.bject lonper than
was due to any importance that it cn claim.
It is peoullarly uncomfortable at this moment
to nnd American citizens, leaving tbeir coun
try a prey to faction acd civil war, disturbing
tbe couit t-f a friendly power and embarrass
ing our representative therewith questions
of personal interest and pretentions.
Let the Emperor and Empress of France
receive when they will, and as many or few
as they will, and let oil others as well as
those wbo are admitted turn their attention
to tbe question how tley can serve their
country abroai), and if they can find no bet
ter way to do it than by making their at
tendance in the saloons of the Tuileries, lot
them return borne to a country that now,
for the first time, and not for a long time,
needs the active efforts of everv one of ita
loyal children to stve itself fiom destruc
Finally, above all thi ncrs. have no Ques
tion with the Government of France on this
subject. Bather introduce nobndr. however
justly distinguished, than let a question of
tasuion or ceremony appear to the records of
the important period in which we are artinor
for tbe highest interests of our country and
l am, sir, jour obedient servant,
WM. H. SEWARD.
What Shall We Do with the Blacks?
The lJ'efrr Advocate discusses the ques
tion, what shall be done with the free-colored
people of the country? It concludes
Tbe exigencies of the case demand imme
diate and thorough treatment. Already a
large district of one of the slave States, with
its tens of thousands of helpless, but alto
cether available, operatives, are upon the
bands of our military commanders. For a
few weeks longer the spoils of plantations
may supply them the necessary subsistence;
I ut that must soon fail, and what then? In
that time, too, these tens of thousands may
be swelled to hundreds of thousands, all to
be provided for, or left to starve, or
to become hordes cf marauders and
robbers. The near approach of seed
time, which must be improved, or
the yeat's produce fail, forbids delay,
in adopting the needed course of action. The
loss of next summer's crop in all Beaufort
district, would be followed by inconceivable
suffering on tbe part of tbe blacks, which
would bo increased in a geometrical ratio
as the area occupied; by our forces shall he
enlarged. These blacks can not ortaioly
be colonized this year, nor next year; and if
left to themselves over these two v ears, there
would be only a remnant to remove at any
later date. Our most imperative need at
this time is some comprehensive and gener
ally applicable policy for caring for and
rendering useful the colored population of
tbe seceded States, whenever and wherever
occupied by ouratmies. Tbe statesman wbo
shall meet this demand, will deserve a civic
crown more truly glorious than the greenest
luurels ever won on the battle-field.
The Waihington correspondent of the
Chicago Journal writes:
There is ano'her grand event just about to
culminate here, and tbat is the restoration of
General John C. Fremont to an important
military command, with tbe sanction and at
the request of the Conirre-oional Committee.
who will absolve him from all guilt or con
nection witn me public plunderers at St.
Jouis; and it may appear tbat the notorious
Isaac C. Wocds was placed on General Fre
mont's staff through the written, earnest re
quest of Montgomery Blair. Postmaster-
General. Secretary SUnton is perfectly
satiefied that General Fremont has been
made the victim of foul conspiracy, headed
bj men holding high positions under Gov
ernment; tbat be baa much military capac
ity; tbat he is pure and unsullied as to all
army contracts or public expenditures; that
tie nas oeen nuntea down by intamous vil
lains connected with tbe press, who now
attack him because they could not secure
contracts; and he will restore him to the
country and to a command.
General S. B. Buckner.
Simon B-ilivar Buekner iB a Briira JierGen
era in the rebel army. He is a Kentuckian,
and graduated at West Point ir 1844, bis
age being about thirty-eight, it- served
witb distinction as an infantry officer in the
war witb Mexico, and was wounded at (I i-r-ubueco.
Ia 1847 he was transferred to the
Quartermaster's Department In 1852 to the
Subsistence Department. In 1855 he re
signed his commission.
Buckner then became somewhat of a spec
ulator, and acquired large property in the
free States, chiefly in Chicago. Last spring
he bad command of tbe Kentucky militia,
and pretended to be loyal to tbe Uuion.
But be proved a traitor, and was rewarded
by tbe commission of a brigadier-general,
from Jeff. Davis. It was reported at one
time tbat be bad resigned in consequence of
other men wbo were not as deep-dyed trai
tors as himself being appointed over him,
Pmpkll in Paris "Malukoff" writes to
tbe New York Timet from Paris, Jan. 31:
Mr. Slidell bas arrived here, and is stop
ping at the Hotel du Ruin, on the Place
Vendome. Mrs Slidell and children ar
rived from London on Saturday last, and se
cured lodgings at this hotel for the expected
Embassador. No demonstration of any kind
Las taken place, Mr. Slidell miking bis en
try into Paiis like any other private gentle
man, if we except a small putucriuc of his
Southern friends at tbe depot.
Ai'poimmlnt or a. Comm IS3IOMS. The
Cleveland JJra!d of last evening says:
Dr. A. Everett, of this citv. has received
from tbe Piesident of the United States the
appointment as Commissioner for visiting the
several military departments of the army
where are Ohio soldiers, to procure from the
soldiers their allotments for their families
and friends. This Is under tbe law of Ujn
gress lately passed. Whether other Commis
sioners have been appointed we do not know
Almost every neero owned in Weston has
taken tbe benefit of tbe ice bridee and made
tracks for "the happy land of Canaan," which
is supposed to lie somewhere in Kansas-
About forty have crossed over from Platte
within a week, ar.d on Sunday last nine, be
longing to a citizen of Weston, left their
"oiasbus and miasutBes" in a body. Secession
perpetuates slavery, in a born. Leavenworth
"Movi on, Milt." The motto of Genera
Buroside, " More on. men," is being nobly
acted upon by our brave troops in every
quarter. Victory follows victory in quick
succession, and tbe soldiers ef all the North
ern States are at different points sharing in
tbe rich harvest of glory that is being reaped
by tbe defenders of tbe flag of our country,
Cottos DiCLmiKO Among tbe signifi
cant signs of the times in commercial ciroles
is tbe rapid decline in the price of several
kinds of cotton goods. Tbe day is rapidly
approaching when, instead of cotton-in g to
King Cotton, tbe sovereign people of the
United States will find him one or their
most humble and submissive subject.
Am army chaplain writes frern Western
Virginia to the Buffalo Advocate tbat, while
bis regiment is resting for a few days, he is
spendicg bis evenings in preaching to a con
gregation whose pastor has gone off with tbe
rebels. An excellent revival la in progress
Hix penitent were at the altar on the pre'
Trinity M. F. Church, Philadelphia.
Bev. J. F. Chaplain, the pastor, writes:
"How much missionary money shall we
Dr. Durbin replied: "Considering the pe
cuniary reverses which your church h ex
perienced, (2,500, 1 should think, would be
a good collection." .
From the Methodist, of February 15, we
make an extract of an interesting account
of the proceedings:
And Dr. Durbin bad the means of forming
a very intelligent judgment. He knew what
Trinity was, and what she had suffered by
the going down of hundreds of thousands
in tbe vortex of commercial ruin conse
quent npon the rebellion.
Dr. Durbin preached in the forenoon, and
a collection of $:tlO was taken up.
William H. Allen, LL.D., President of Gi
rard College, presided at the afternoon meet
ing. A speech from him put us in a frame
of spiritual wealth. Next followed a speech
from Rev. It. L. Dashiell, of Newark, New
Jersey, and then the giving began in good
Many life-directors and multitudes of life
members, and one life patron (Gnneral Mc
Clcllan) were added to the missionary cata
logue. A touching incident was told :
A little boy, connected with Trinity Sab-bath-9tbool,
bad died, leaving a legacy to the
Missionary Society. He was poor, and he
gave all he had, and that was one dime.
The Superintendent showed it to us, and
gave it to tbe Missionary Society, with tbe
request that it be sold to tbe highest bidder.
Tbat dime broucht into the treasury of God
one hundred dollars) A hundred fold is
Gospel interest; but here was a thousand fold!
Before five o'clock the collection amounted
to nearly $2,700.
At night Rev. R. L. Dashiell. Hir words
were fitly, earnestly and eloquently spoken.
Again commenced the work of giving.
iu total amount, couecwd was $3,459,
From another correspondent we lern
that on the same day Kbenezer, Philadel
phia, raised for our mission $730, an advance
of fifty per cent. "Union" has raised $2,000,
an advance on last year.
Ex-Secretary Cameron's son has been
deeply concerned not only in the horse and
beef contracts, but in a great variety of other
operations, by which he bas already realized
a fortune much larger than that which the
brotber-ln law of Secretary Welles pocketed
from his commissions for the purchase of old
vtsscls. Some eay that young Cameron has
made more than a million of dollars I
SCST" A. A. Itstib, (Jlock, Watchei anil Jewelry,
Mo. 271 Oulral-avpniie. C'nab fur old Gold and
SnASNOK-McDONAl-D.-Fobruary 13, by tha
Her J 1'. sflrd, Mr. Jolin I), fh.uuon tj Mm
HfHl. 8. McDuimld, all i f Piqaa, Ohio.
MrlillltaOU- HMXJKH.-On Weilncudur, Feb 19,
ut tlio 'e-ldorce of ilie briile'l lather, by KMor
ni. I. Strittton, Mr. Rccj McGregor, ot !in':la
Btl. and min miirii Hi di-a, daughtur of Alfred
bctim, if Mountain Home, Bnonn (jo., Ky.
ntlPI EN-OOl.K. MLwencebiirg lnd , ua.
?. last, by Hey. Mr. Eokert, Mr. Arthur P. Crip,
pen, V uti hman of the Ohio and Misii.lrpi L'eDut.
to Sallie K. Cole, both rf Cincinnati.
JACKSON.-On Wednefdiiy mornlnir, Feb 19, of
ccnHuuipticD. Birft. Jane Josephine Juckon, aged
thirtv-nliie onrfl anil mm month.
S-rtatT. I'BTKK'ft nK AVOLEN r AS.
OSldIA'riON.-Tli number, of the
aLoe society are reoifested to neet In the IIuks.
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Adjourned misting. By order of Com. a
J-a-AIT.IMlXITARY BEN R VOI.RNT
saZ or other (Societies of the city and vicln.
it y are turited to join In celebrating the Birthday
of the Father of his Country, by uniting In a Rra'.d
i-Mrnae sua oilier exercises, lo lane piaca ou Da. j
UtiHAt, Februaty 22.
Companies or Societies intending to pvade will
plea; report tbrouKb their proper reprosentatives,
at early an possible, tn
OKNKRAL M. S. WADH, Com ,
Or to Colons' OKOKKKOY, JONSor WlLTbHC,
Aids. (t li l orn ) UM-b
55 F L. A C S .
" lhe Glorious Stars and Stripe."
FrAGS 1 FLAGS 1
BILK, BUNTING AND UCSLIN,
Of all sir.ea for deooration and military purpoes,
tuuy be ii.-U at tbe -.heapest rat i. at
L0NKI.BV i BRO.'H,
Wholesale Flog Mannfactur -rs,
feio c Hi Vine t., above fourth.
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United Status Bonds bearing it.ter.et at
tbe ite of 7 S-10 per cent.; Ooopous lor interest at
Urlied, payable seuii-uuiiuaU, supplied in sums of
8&o and upward
Jntoiekt ('oupora due 19th instant, cashed at 'ha
LtfaTete Buukiug Company
fel b w. U. W. OA NO, Cashier.
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fctiO Ditty I cuuHulu-d on nil matter roncnrnltjg
lovfl. inarrfifrt. c-urte Mp, law nmtters and bminiw
afinirn, and will tell tlit name uf (be ImI? or titU
fxiou they wdl marry; also. tiin iinina of her vioit rfl.
ConHulration fee rt-itucad to uit the tun en La
die. AO wiita j gentlemen, SI f x
IKS KIM), M. J) , ofWfe her si r.icM ai Put
ftirian and Arrourlicnr Putie tf liotnlod. If re
quired, iuiidenee, (0 Wade-itreet, uutwuen .!hn
anti tJutter. noM3-tf
gave from 25 to 50 Per Cent.
TPB'E IT A It D TIME BY PIIttf'HAS-lf-0
i-ne of our sutwrii Hitdl'-HK I KTS. We
B ake the moat fMahlonait-ahaned. lomreMt.waArlntr.
kid y far the ebeapa.t Iloop-sairt lu tba city,
Queen City Hoop-skirt Manufactory.
We sew aver heon tn aarh row nf t.iu. u wl.,-1
It-oath of tba skirt, to prevent any p adible diiar-ranat-uieut.
T. WUITMORE 4 CO,
B. W. corner fourth-street aud Uentral-ar.
TOTIIR UNKNOWN HEIRS AND IB
t.e.L ra.reuei.tutlte.ol Surau Margaret Keueer,
rieorusid. boir at-Uw of Hlepbnn Ket eer, deceased.
You are hereby notified that Wm. F. Maiseluian,
Ariiuiuiitrator t f tbe eaUte of btenben Keneer, de
ceased, on tba I4tb d.y of February, isr.a, nied hla
pelition In the Probata Court, within and for the
tounly of MeiceraLd Btnte of Ohle, a'leulng that
tbe personal estate ef said decedent Is innufflcieut
to pay hla debts and tbe cbargus of adiuii islertng
his estate; tbat he died aeir.ed iu fee .imp e of lhe
rolloaiLg described re.il viiale, situate la s.id
county Ll Merter. to wit!
Forty I h rim acres out of the uth-weat corner of
me uuiia-.Hi ouarter ot section nu tuner seven (7).
township aaven (7, south ol range thrte, east. Tht
tba unknown belis of Harah Margaret Keneer hold
tbe neat aetata of InherltaDoe therein. Tbe prayur
Of Sa'd DeLltlon la lor an ordar i . f . i h nt ..M nram-
!-., fur tba payment f the debta and charges
tuid petition will be for hearing on the Mth day
ot March, ,M, or as ion tbereafier a. may ba.
WM. t. 11ANHKLMAN,
Aduiiulstrator of the tjtate of
feW-f PAcWy Bit-ph-o Keneer, deceased.
Dr. John Hicrstcd's
Celebrated German 8 aire,
AUPBFDY AND BVFBTUAIi rtJKI
for (ua.d, broken aLd Iiillauiail Iliaaati,
Ilurua. Hcalds, Cuta, K'reh Wounds and BruiMa, fa
tar Boie. Holla, Carhtmt-lea, White teillugs, Vri-
wim lor rrumowj auu lumura; ana will also
found vary efltcaclous in tba care of Neuralgia, Ho
aye., l etter, Coras, Vacaueha, and all other kin
ot lurlajiiiuatory availing.
II. O. Cady, Cole Agent.
DrniT-North osst corner of Kirth and Walnt
at. ,t it oiunaii, Ohio. Also, sold by k t kHt
03M, i'ma-titt, 8. . cr Vesil aud Broad ray.
The Dero of Tort Donelson.
A correct Llkrnera, frem a Photograph.
THE BANNEROF GLORY,
An .ne1 pretentlng the American Fine toGeovue
Wahlniton-a beautiful deigtt, printed In o lora
nd copy-righted, to prircut them torn ttoalms it.
A beautiful detlgn, frnm a drawing oa tbe spot.
The Volunteer taking hit dor' tare from home.
" 7 he Girl I Left Behind Me,"
Beautifully rrlotol in colon.
A tew Comic Enolope, by Frink Beard.
"Tlio Camp IT" 1 x e . "
Prlca of Envelope!, from SI 50 to S3 S) por l,(r00.
IRION VABIiTY PACKAGES,
UMON WHITING DESKS,
Of erery kind, at tbe lowest price.
FLAGS ! FLAGS ! FLAGS !
Varioui titoa, at low pricet.
Tixmos C5 iv tow,
fcSO f 1 T EAST FOl-nTn-BT., Cincinnati.
V. J3 JE 1L. ' S
American Bbcumatlc Liniment.
rBMiK PKOPHIBTI1K OF THIS I.INf-
JL M I.M will ftimraut'e thut it will cure when
rtiftliftn and Sprain. II it due not, tli moD'-y will
be ril'nnried in all cani-a Jf introduced Int? the
army, here ao much ftulT-rin! now exiita. It would
CHiiee thoumntlB to rejoice in a upwtly cure. Try it
om-e- for mle at tbeCifl K-ilino h Hitth and
Vine-Ms., aud at &o. 5 ltii:uaioud-etrt"tt neai
ttlf ii nil. feau-a
H'K AH F HFTaIMMJ Til R BEST
nifikr ol IV'itl (lil in the m-iiket, ut IA tin. pi-r
paM -n, and wlii'lefulinsr at ma-mfitctururs' lowost
niton. JNc HKN KY CkUSON,
Lump and Uaa Fixture I).Dot,
fcix-c Wi Main Rtrect.
SAFEST ANO CHEAPEST
&YTE3I OF IXPUKAXCE.
ranr inm kfi iifckivf amm'ai.i.y
f VVM t'KNT. of tin- hot l'roliln, witlniitin
cuiring any liability, in the
Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co.,
NEW YORK CITY.
ill CAMZtn 1S3I.
Ori-H Caii1al -
This Com puny crth tinned to injure In CinrinnaM
aim! virinity. hi thu him done fr thp p:st SKVKN
yVA Rft, on uo fiivorublu trrtni a- other responsible
Ceo itrlf-le, Ks-i , Hon 0. D. Ojffla,
A I Jiullork A- Co , Jfoylc&i;o..
tprlintr Jk Wliitcnmn, T (i Slitrholl, ICati.,
.stt-diimn, Carlisle A Shaw.
JAI9 LOBIMKR O'tiHAM, Prcsidilit.
K. A. Stanmikkv Hcretnry.
O. OWBNM, Jr., Agent,
Offtca. o, 11 VuhMe Laudh, Ulncianatl.
8TATKMFNT OK TII CONDITION OK TUB
MKTiittPOLITAN JTI R S llsSU K A NOB 'i'OM P A
. of New YorU, on the (nt dar of Jauuirv. A.
I 1802. mndf to the Auditor of the Srat of Ohio,
tursiiftnt to th Sutute of that tSU'e.
NAM B AND LOCATION.
The inma ot iliis ;oinpatiy is Tug Mktropot.itaw
Firk Inhur iKCK Cohfanv, lnnoi paratoii ia 1652,
ALd located in the city of lSew York.
Tbe Cftbitnl of said Comnauv actuallmalH
tip iu canh is $300,000 00
Tbe Surplus on the 1st day of January,
2 V9i 20
Total amount ot Capital aud 8nrIut. 83S2,Wi 20
Aniou it of Cah on hand and in
Bunk . Ii t Oa-T ai
LAnjouut ot CmhIi in the bands of '
adgoius, auu in courie oi irauit'
mitelon T.Wsrt m
Amount of Dinted Stattn Truan
ui NoUri, 7 a-10 n.arki t valuu. 60,000 00
Alliniim (if Ti (114 TIN fin rlrmila n .i
6loitKaes, being first hen of .
Ticoidon uiiiucunibercd K?al
J ftate, worth at leant tW0,ut;
ute of Intureit. 7 ur cent ?42J.S?s Wi
Ati'ounlcf I.oarifion Stocks and
attunde, payable on demand, the
martet value of flfciiritiei
pleuKid, at least ??,(0i 2.000 00
Anrunt of other Miscellaneous
lteniP..... 15,700 00
Amount due for Premiums ou
Policies inued at Ollioe 1,671 11
Anif-uut ot BillH Keceirable Vr
I'remiums on Inland Naviga
tkn Kinks, Ar- 4,950 00
Inteitt-t dtteaud accrued, but not
yet rable...MH 5,301 H
1362, WS 20
Amour t of Lowses adjunted, and
due and unpaid None.
Amount of i,oHses incurred aud
in process of adjustment $ 14,730 ii
Amount of Lohpc-s reported, on
wh ch ne action has been
Annutitol claims for Losses ra-
ibted by the Company 6,225 00
Arnouotof Dividends declart-d,
ar d due and unpaid None.
Amount of iJivideuda, either
cahb or scrip, declno 1, but not
yet due Nne.
Amouut t Muuey boriowt 10,000 00
Amount of aU or her exutluig
Claims agaiust the Uompauy
Total amoui t of Losses, Claims aud Lia
bilities $30,955 48
The greatest amount insured on anyone risk is
oi",", but will not aa a general rulueKceed llu.oOi.
Itte Compuny his no gouural rulo as to the
amount allowed to be Insured In any city, town,
itlttpe or block, being Koverued in thfn matter, iu
tm h c..Ke, by the Kuural chira.ter of binlatiiifrt,
width of atnetB, fticilitiei for putting out fifes, &e.
Ad attested copy of tlie Charter or Act of Incir
poiutiou accoiupanlod a previous unnual statuuiunt.
No deposit is nude with any btata.
STATE OF NEW YOtK, 1 Ka
City at rt County of Now York, os
JAMKS LOKIMKK GKAElAAl. President, nnd
KlJWaKIA.SfANtiHruV,oecr'tary of the SUit
rop4litan Fire IiiHurunce Com piny, being Buvemlly
fti dduly swiirn, d"Pno aud ay, and ea.:h for hlm
f if Sitys, tliat the biicKuing iu a true, full an ) eir
lert UttteiiHiit of the tfTir-iut thoHtiia ;orDoraMu,
and that they are the ubove duacribad otficwrs
JAMKS LOK1MEB GRAHAM, Presidont.
K. A. fcTAN.-Bl'tl( tiecretary.
. ir. ..... u aiuu nwvtu VVIVID 1111, Uim aVVU Ual J UI
Jaiiuaryt A. JL. Ica2.
I ' l J11UH. ti, l titJiln KliL)
jffiAi,. A Coinmlsstiouur fur Ohio, tn New York.
On jcr of Tim Ai'mtor or State,
Coi.vmvls, kehruary t, lrtfiif. f
It Is l.ereby certlfl. d that the foregoing in a cor
net copy of the b late uie nt of Condition of the
Metropolitan tira JuurnoA Company, ot the
ctty of Nf York, made to this olboe for thayear
lra, and now on file heroin.
VS itness my Land and seal officially.
ii. W. TA i La.lt, Auditor of Btote.
CERTIKICATR OK AUTHORITY.
(To on tit 31il day January, W3,)
Auditor or Stats' Orrics,
M nHUH IrlvE 1'IPAKT M KNT,
CouHBi-fl. January 'M. Ittfi2
WhuI'H. The M M, T Uti P i) L I T A V VI H IE
INSIUANCE COMPANY, Wcutcd at New
torkt fn the State of New York, has flted la
this office a sworu statement of lis condition, as r
aulred by the first seottuu of the ant "To regulate
IuHurance Oompanies not lncorporatel by the titata
of Ohio," pusiert April H, lh.' ; aud, Whs as AN, id
Company has furnished the undersigned satutaotry
evidence that It is putMtetwed of at loait One iluu
dred Too. maud Dollars of aotual Capital. Invested in
stocks, or lu bonds, or lo mortgages of real estate
worth double the amount fur which the same ia
mortgaged; and, Hherkab, said Company bas
filed lu this orhce a written instrument under its cor
porate seal, siguad by the Pnsideut and eecretary
tliertrrj, authori.lng any agnt or ageuta of said
Oompany In this Htate, to acknowledge serrlce of
firoteas, for and In beuslf of said Company, ounce at
uf that suu seivlca of process shall betaken and
It eld to 1 as valid as if nerved upon the Company,
acoordlui to tha laws of this t auy other Btata, ai i
waiving all claim or right of error by reason of
urb acknowledgement of service
Now, T hereof or jt a purauaace of the first section
of tha aforesaid act. 1, KoBKBT W. TAYbKK,
A editor of titate for the Kttte of Ohio, do hereby
ctrtlfr that said METROPOLITAN VIBB
IN8UBANCE COMPANY, of New York,
istuuthorlaed to ttrausact tha business of fir
muraiiC In this tiiale until Ihe thirty.
grt day of Jauuary. In tha yetfr ona thousand eight
undred and i&ty-threo
Id witness whereof, I have kerannto subsorihed
f z s my Dame, aud cauaed tha seal of tu othca
sral. to be aOUod. the day aud year ahove writ
lwywten. . W. TAVLEB,
Auditor of Stabs
rull power delegated to the nndursigqed to iitsua
Policies nd s-ttl lussea for Cincinnati and Ticin
liy without dslsy .
O. OWKNH, JU JIVOX.
Voice, no. It ruuuc La-ine,
Family Sewing Machines.
TRICE, 40 AND TPUARD.
GROVE II & BAKER'S
DOtBLI LOUK BTITCII
Family Sewing Machines.
PRICE, $10 AND rrWARD,
GROVER & BAKER'S
KIW FIBST l'BIMIL'M
Foi Tailors' and Fnrmors' use. Trice, 81),
GROVER & BAKER S
For Shoo fitters .'. Mc, 930.
SWT EVKBT MACHINE VVAURAMED. "T
Thread, Pillt, Kcedlis and Oil eonstimt'y on hand.
(.rover & Daker S. M. Co.,
CS VEST FOVBTH-ST.,
BOURBON WHISKY HOUSE,
NO. SOD MAI HTBUKT,
A FEW DOORS ABOVE FIFTH-STREET.
nAVIM. OPENED A IHH SK AT TllH
il,t( l..(-Mtin, l-.-r tin' s-ilc i.l ItoL'KHOM
NV 11 l.SriV, v 1ku-kh1o nnd retail, wo would rei3'.'t:l
filllv ittviti-Hip nut-He t. iv us a rull. W'oltocp
if.- li'iiu rs of an Itini, i ai-i-pt
Till I'UKK t'Ol'PKH PISTILI.KD It -UltltDN
M'ltnifactnrt'd In ItiUlinON COUNTY, KKX
TUI'KX, exptor.lr f-jr ti..
BOYt K A UOAOri.
fflft tin Muln-Kt , hIi.ivi- Kifth.
HAK OAINM-BAIM1A1NH IN NW AND
Kt:()NI) HANI) FUUNITrhn-l'arpntlims,
Pictnri'S and ulnumt ovprv ntlier kind of oods, at
11. K tjllAW'S New and Kttxnd-liand Ktirtiituro
at d flt-i ftal Varit-ty Kturp, No. IS Kint Knurl b-st.
FurLilnr. i e.itly Ufiutirc-d and Varni.licl.
IU ATTACH MF.MT n K Ffl K K C. F.
HANStt'jMANN, a Jnstito of the l'nn ol (!iti.
riniiati Township, llaniilton Oounly. Oliio.John
K l'nt-th of PteHtiihuut l.iirrtv, vs. .larut-s Hamp
ton and Klta llatiipluii.-On the 17th da- nf DeruHi.
lr. lofil . aald .lu.lli'c ittsiltd ao orei ol attactitin-nt
in the nboieCHKO f(ir thi) sum of SIM.',. nrrMin.t. tha
pTi,pt-rtt tu d t-flt-ctH ot tlfemiant-t ; an t mid came
is srt f,t litaiiDK liHfutn Htiid .In.tii-e ou tiie isr.lt
day of lel'iiiRiy, 1862, at 8 o'-loi-k A. M.
JOHN K liUDTFI,
lly 8. F. BLOCK, his Attorn".
rini inimt!, January 7, Itfii. ja'j-cTIi
George F. Worthicgton,
AGENT FOR MILITARY CLAIMS
Waabineton City. 13. O .
H AVISO RFTIKKD FIHW ONE Off
lhe Uovr-ri-utuut utlicc, In wlii-:h lie b;i-. beun
etiirsgtd fur many yearn in tho st-ltlnn out of such
claln.enow ofT-rs t't ptd'Citte and collect tlio,.,, of
any h lird ttutt inny bo it,ti-iirtto-l to biiti, lncudinB;
those for UOKS1.S and nthor property lost in tin- II.
B. rervlre. I'ICNSiiiNS, Bottntj, Arroar.1 of 1'uy,
I'lnthltip and Hub.itiice
Reler ti Hon. t H8 B. T.VKKT. Ilon-n of
B. pn-seutalinK, aud JOHN P. SkTHKitiSON,
Solicitor cf Court of Claims, Washington, O. 0.
IT 13 THE BEST.
Extract or Tar and Cougb Elixir.
THIS TTrItIVAI.FD PREPARATION
t-as, durioK t lie past se.-tRon, e-ttablitied its
reputation aa heine one of the flnost remedies ax
tent for the enre ot Coughs, Colds anl all adoctious
ot tha Throat and Lunps.
PKicK no cknts run BoiTcr.
For sale by tbe following Druggists and by them
Jas. 8. Clascoe, corner nf Fourth and Main-sts.j
wm. fcrjjder, Fourth ai d Kace; Crowther, Sixth
and Central-avenue; Kbrle, Fifth and Central
avenue; 11. II. Hill, Fifth and Uare, aud 8Uuealer
& Chapman, 8ixtli and Vtneatrects.
Also, in Covington. K.y., by
Kitd A ftlantied, Chaa. F. Fletcher, J. A. Avard
nil J. b. Ler.
The Proprietor lieg to call attention to the fol.
lovina num.d r&rties who haveuned this Invaluable
preparation, and will rhrerfully bear testimony to
Its excellence. It will he olsorved that tlu-v are all
lexidesla of this city. Home testimony is the bent.
James Kairsiey, JST't Weat HiRhlh-st.; James
Dtown, Vtl Wtst Mfih St., at Oeorde Snydama
boatdirg-house Thomas Winter, atij Fiahth-st.
r-hn-uol Mills, 4( Kverett-st.; UeoiKr Hall, :!!
West KiRhtli-st ; Heb'cca Freeman 4 1 Kverott
Street, and many otliers.
r Tiya lulo aud beconvinod ot Ha excel,
OWINO TO SO-TIK PECCMaRITY OF
climate it is a fact well known that baldness
and early loss of the hair Is becoming niore and
nitre prevalent. Moved byadeslrn t relieve this
defect in her a x, Mrs. HILLYCR has spared no
pains nor effort iu comhli.ina; the above Tonic, and
oonfidently recommends it, either for baldne-is or
loss of the bair trom aay cause. In a abort time
will strengthen the scalp ao as to promote a natural
and bealthT growth if the hair. It also dresses the
uair uiauuiiniy, rcnuerinit it son, aarK and ulo-sy
l Its. (1. tl ill l l.vi.-it
Rhe baa the pleasnra of refenlng to tbe following
latliea ol our city ; 31 re D. t.ibson, D. Titylor, O. J.
V hpencer, Peter NelT, J. M. Mica, Air Wood, (J.
Wiltfhire, J I). Minor, W. B.Tolle, M llnnohman,
li. M. ltieves, ( asflly Mies, II. Nye, W M. Alo'
Cammos, J. r Itrowu, Wray, alra. Dr. UlackmuD
and Mrs Dr Dodce.
To be had at KUIRB, KCK8TF.IN CO 'ft, cor.
neroi roiinoanu vu-e-su. fel-vx
India Rubber Outfits,
J3 JSlS EC 13 T SJ
MLXICIN P0NCH6S FOR CAVALRY OFFICf.RJ,
Itiitk blue I irni'itlnn of cloth) furoflljers
VKLOMi TUP AND HIIOUT UOOl'ti:
CAPS WITH CAI'I S;
OAUM'!,r.rs AND OLOVFS;
BAVKLOOKS ; OFFIdfilAS' FINK COTS
AIK BD8, PILLOWS AND CUSHIONS;
DKlNhlNG Il l's: '
VOIDING COTS AND BEDS :
II Li 1)11 Kit SMOKINO PIPK3:
C'i.OAK8 AND CAPhH:
KLA8UU Fl LiTRIvBu
Together with a large assortment of other M tides
auitauia ior can.p purposes.
IB TJ T Zj I II B
Ar respectfully Invited to give na ft call.
All Goods sold at manufacturers' prices.
BART & niCBOX,
INDIA HUBBUB DEPOT,
No. 40 ut Fouilb st , one door west of Walnut,
del.. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Toilet Goods for tbe Holidays.
TOII.KTCJOODS MAKE VERY 11S1IR
ABL1C Cbri.tuiaa and hew Year's Presents
ut!ins raucy, Liseiut ana uru.infliiui. t nave BOW
a goou assortment oi every tuing m ins una :
Fine liandkeichiof Perfumes
Oils and Pomatums for tbs Ualr)
Satchels fur Perfumery Drawers, Ac;
Shell, Hern and Bubber Dreaslng-oombs ;
Hhell and Bulbar Tuck Combs ;
Fine aasortmsat of Pocket Outlsry and Solssocs;
II and mirrors;
Vine Toilet Boaps;
And I expect to receive by Express to-day an as
torsmsnt of Odor-boxos and Gentlemen' Bbavlng
Haaufaoturer and Importer of Pert . ...
dels Mo. 86 Weat
fill KNITTINn RONO.-AN APPBAI,
North, t work for tbs boldiers of our tU W
Aimy. Composed by an Ulna Volua
Uar. Flics, too. Juat publisbad by aM
JOHN CIIIIHOU, jB.i
tVM tt t WKat'f f OUBTU"-I-tT.
A Iihyrae for the Times.
We deem It important the public should kaow
Or thntelrrant store kept by PRY A CO.,
Wherr, Oo. tie men sCloibln: Innll styles theyshow,
At tho comer or l.ongwotth aad Wtstorn-roir.
At this noted stand or N. l'KBRT A CO. 'ft,
They're selling so cheap their nt-rlttug Clothes ;
And they're cei tain topleaae who are prompted tog
Ttrlho coruerof Longwortb and Wcstorn-row.
The assortment or oods ready-made In their line,
Or Pants, Vests and Coats, to make gentlemen floe)
Andbhirts Drawers, Collars, Cravats and Half hn
You can got cheap for cash at N I'KlltT A UO.'B.
Yon wll And these proprietors bn.y as bees;
With politeness and kindness they fall not to p'easa.
From tlie beat or material they make all their
And all who go buy t N rKBBT A CO.'S.
asr V o nro eolllnjt our Wintor Slock or Good
outatcost. GivensacaMsoon. Also, B..ys' Clothing.
jn2S x W. II. TtUlBSTlN, llttsincss Manager.
U. S PENSION AGENCY.
Hllrlninm ilun Tt lniitooipt or their he! n for
I'prmluhs or lloimt v land Knuitrtl by tho OoTflrn
niftit. Puttie who wMi their cUimi properly tiled
uitu uviiui van n viii tiuit-.
1IAH KY A- II 1 1.1,,
No. 70 Tliird-st.
p w w w
One or the Strongest Evidences
ti,-J Til AT
DR. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS
If .'HT WHAT IT I KKdOMiWKNO-F-ll
to bei-llut all those who uso it spekof
the great ItennritH whi h tliov Imve received. Wliils
iiiaiiv who iMve liad a mont ilistrexsiuir cough re
c Ivrfj imniediate ie"fef. others, whns tlis-.use had
htili lurtiier K-ltiiuced. the couirh l,.,iug not only
hatiinslig, but, they i,.;t a ti(t itlie acro.s tha
chest attei di d with a sluirp puin, and wliit they
lafp.-tl w-'s u Iriithv n.titter, ollen strMkcil witli
Mo,(l. Dr. WM. IIM,l,'S BALSAM not oaly
cured the coueh. But it Minn iclieve.l the pilu in
tliet he-t t hile other, had net i nly all tho alx.v-i.
named symptoms hut hao In addit ion, c ll cliill-i, '
luetic tvtr. nigbt-swests, attended with gieat
prostration, nnd y. t lir. W m. Hall a Hals nil en i-l
tin m entirely. 1 hey now believe that it thev bad
not LSid it when tlioy did, they would probably
have been in their jrraves.
Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM Is WARRANT.
I D to Rive fcNTlKK ATISA(l'tON, er tho Ml
NrY WILL UK CUKJr,HFl'LLY BH.Fl, N UHD is)
every Ca'-.o. Ior sale by
A. Ia. SCOVZLL & CO.,
12 West Elghth-st., Cincinnati.
Also, by Druggists generally.
30IIN XX. JOUVDT,
WK.ST FOl'ItTH-S TBEE.T, UP STA1B3,
m.i.i a in
Machine Twist, r ccfllcs, Fpoo?
EMBROIDERY SILK, 8ADDLKB3', TB.IM
FRINGE AND SURUIONS' SILK,
Spool Silk and Sewings in ICO, Black and C' jljr.,
Llr.cn Thread, Package Sewiujs, Black,
For Tailors' use,
6FFICK-J5 WEST THIBD-STBIKT.
(Kvans Oo.'a Bank Building.)
Cincinnati Insurance Company.
Established in 1829.
CAPITAL, PAID IP SI 50,006) j
i V It t
8lHPI.l!, JAIXfABY 1..
Office In Company'e Building, 4 Front-st '
CONIINUJtS TO INUrjRH AGAINST LOS OB
DAUACai BY FIBE. ,
Perils of the Sea and Inland
John W. Hurt well, J. W. Canfteld.
Wm. lienor, James A. Krazer,
IraAtbearn, John W Kills,
James Lupton, s. N. Pike,
A. 8. Window, Bowman tl. Biker.
8. S. Hoi le, David T. Woodrow.
G. S Williams. Cbas. W. Bowlaud. '
II M. W. Taylor
Tlr , JOHN W. IIAltTWKLL.Preildoi
W. Wii.i.iamk. Secretary.
LIFE 1XS111XCE COMPANY
OF NEWARK, N. J.
ASSETS L...OVEB 81,000,000,
TBOFITS DIVIDED ANNUALLY AMONG Till
During tba fifteen years he bas acted for this Corn,
pany, the uuderslgi.ed has raid to citizens 5130,001),
mostly to widows and guardUns ol orphan children,
more than half thut sum In profits to polioy hold.
era, and a lniger amount Into tho Couuiy Truaaury
for taxes tbau any other Foreign Instance t'ora
pany represented here.
For pamphlets, or any information on the sub.
ject, apply to
JOHN W. IIARTWEIX,
ja28 No. 4 East Front at.
Da. Ron ack'ji
Are not to be excelled,,
a Stomachic ai d nXl .
uiator ot the -:m I
These Bitters ar not '
offered to Ihe public as a i
medicine which will card
. v . . "'"""'ou net,'
lsh to., but as a He
nio-ilal Afent, a gren
Boulator of the syaleiu
i hey ure o niposod u
Pimerlul B- ot A Ilerbl
which render theiu high
lv ton!., 1 l,n.a ul.
an nriicla for removing
juu-iuuia oi uyspopit
tut lots of appetite an
they wili'glva satisfac?
tion. For sale by Drug 1
(). W. BOIUOK. ProJ-
prietor. n aast rourtn.
SI.KKPHR'S OLII STAND.-lrl.THOMP- I
hliN, Uiuhrella, Parasol and Walklng-oana ,
Manuf.otory, No. IB7 alain-st., between Fourtll I
and Flfih su.,4insinnati. Bepalriug promptly all,
tended to. ' .3i.j,
"A J 1'IOHT COLD,"
Hoaraeueas or Bore Throat,
which miitht be checked with a
uiiv reiueuy, ii negiectea ulten
terminates seriously. Few ar
aware of the Importance of stop-
t:I.D." tn it. Art. at...
l"', in th beslunlng,' would
yield to a mild remedy. If not at.
Undi d to soon attacks tha Latiat.
j. . , .- -I . in. ii wwr nr.. 1 u v ni
"" eleven years ago. It baa baan proved lhat It,.! . ;
ar. the beat ariicls txfors tbe public tor Oouans.jl
Coi,im, BaoMoiiiTia, Asmaa, OiTiaau, th.Ht i
l.otoiiuH lu Uokst iii-iioH. aud uuanerout A(W
tlons ol lb. Throat, al.inu lm..,ll.,. "l' '
- J-""-1" s"". andSiausas will tad than aft
fcrtual forclearinf and strengthening th. Tohw. I '
uai Ji.1 lru".'"u Dealers tu Madioln. ai
Hi Uinta hi ba, " dum ..Jl
"nut ui musottiar energy
tlieyh.vea ntost raviv.f
if lug t-fteot. Wa onlyl
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