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etaee. mi noTiCEs. Too Bank eatta' ud drlnklas, new ktUn aad nana e)Uk aAaa Brodooa Irraralarltlea In the Bowvle o4 BoertJ MlU of the vim. But Braa task's Mia wlU ma Mn, the atoeaacA will tm la Ma MNiMrtk w4 kMlUiy octsa at tee ereean. will e Medio! nes an eauel IB SBsTttlBasa BB4BDBBTKS MLU, sirPtrrH't cnivebssl salts and AALUOUli'S POHiHS PLSBTIBA. ft"? w el the fire bntti Bd a box of Braa- wrath's HUe, box at UatTml Balee, aad ea All eeoka Fotom rtaater, sit la lh.tr kaaBBaek free of A ad to tab hot may be attributed the ea- of a7 of thie Baalaaant (jib the hoaashU. BeerT eeku-r should bare a ha of Br.adreth'a niaaboaof Salre, an J a place of roroos rial tar, are Bare to ba aaanU ettea likr-aa? tna. kf A. aardaar, XN Maanor nnn, (JUre Ohio, aad by aU raasectafcl dealers la BMdl. t3Tamper not with Nature and the Uwt Jtyateaiaa a.erel that snide her oaeratkMte. Bar o vara aiada to TJSBetidaot ABUbB. Tne dire fai ncaltaarlalBt froai the tattar aia "lexical'' Ua aast settled BaMt of tha hawr aort auor be orr ooaaa by a aaraftd aaraaal of tha work "HUhl AN TBAILTf, Paraioloseal Saaaarohaa." It will load taoeea debeeed aad defraded T'ctlmi that hover a the brisk at dtasolstlon, to tha at lilt of hapal Been aad Tlrtoe. aieed and be eonTlBead, the ttoth ISlBere. Boat by SB. EAKBOW, Mi Bleecaor street, Bw Tee, fries a easts. Boat traa everywhere. old also hy 6. W. Clark, Prosaists, Oavataad, twue. DEATH MAY ENSUE, Bays a dtotinralaoed nodical vrritar, rOM IBB CsB or MINERAL HAIR DYES. To avoid took a ooatlaiaaar, UBB OBLY CBISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, Proved by tba anairaia of DR. CHILTON' to ba lha beat Heir Dys la extstenoe, aad "Wholly Fan Fbom Poison 1 MaBsantured br J . Criatadora, Bo. f Aator House, Soar York, S4! everywhere, and asalied by an Hair Draaaara. A CitlXSD 1R b(D. TRY IT. D. BvaM'a lkYALUBl.1 LINlMIfcT la n Bared Btjbb the reel, of Or. 8t -ahec Sweat, of Oui . anvtloat, tho great boae aetter, and baa bcaa oaed ha BM araotlaa far tha laat twoatr faara with tha Boat aatsalaMaf aoonaa. Aa an axlaraal ranadf b) wtthaat a rlral, aad will aliaTlata aala mora II aa aiiT nlhir arirnrirlra VorallBJien aaatle and HtfTOBi DUordara It la trolf InlaUIUo, Bd aa a oaratlra .. aVjaa, Woosia, Dpraiaa, Brcla aa, Bc.t tta aoothins, kaalint aad aoaarfol alraasth aa aia Broaultka, azdia tha Jott voodsr aad ai amilihaiaiitofaU whoharatTar glraa It a IrlaL Ofor tnir aandrad oartlllcataa of leaw'kabla out lt tnad by it withis tha laat to jaara, atlaat to tr.laiaet, Brroag a Arautroar, Afaau for Vlara Mad. dsclaaltaorwdA-!K3t Til Boiaciiaiaa HtTi Jcst En or at Ca-dr laatoai ti M ill. vhtcli la in connection with jaair Oil Cloth factor? and V iilta Laaa Woik, oa XbaaxuUjnuaboTa unlarlo ttrtat, a w AliUlor Otf UMlinf Cora and lob Meal, la the oaa ot which awa Uiaa twmtj-bTe aer exit, la aTi-d in c- aajkaitfaar t boas, honatorcatiki. Cora la tha aat aanmhl and takaa ta exbaoffe fir meal. CbJalBl, aa. , 1M? '1 'M aC lJwdT AJii IK iUlAi. HK1,Y aaraJ'BUMAB 6itiX Kraa Ibtbbiji! u h. aoLOKOirscir, ftitul tad Sdatiifit Opielmi, Kaaaa the !oat aanrtatant of the aicat Imbrued faoa o( cf v"iAi.La. All hia Qiaua, weeta.' r BAtf oa tax aijhhed, aferacdcbiier hiacva ;aaacuu3, by axacv-taerr ol a oona&niwticu. with aaecraauat oara, ao aa toatut U. ree in ail canii m-,rixiz Vteakaeje, DKxiaeae or ibhaata.a41on of lha t yaa, and impel l.surrf ualh for lon( rraaiSK or Aa aewittt. evr. BoioaionaoB woeid bare latum tha n?btto t!iat Ba-vveraaialore an? one In tne sale o? lit "i-AIo.a leinli3aortn;entolBl,IlASBo1 Bt :;uOrto,0AU'A;Al,Ae..onhend. as Alifli'iUlAl. BXas Uuatud without Bale, aa aerfieet aa aatnral. dmoB ho. m B-raarler ttraat, aaa A-sark-aa lajAtal fBetiTOew XOOKS Hf.D STATIONERY. BLANK BOOKS, ; STATIONE R Y Coantlng-Eoom Requisites, SUPPLIED BT J. B. COBB & CO. i BLAiK BOOKS ' ada to Order (rf any daeirad Pattern. ALL BMKD3 Printlns For Otto Use, CVcurt, Railroad and ihippinf SHU, Aatn, Drift, BMPtaM, fete. iNVELOPES, PAPER, GOLD PENS, i INK, COPYING PRESSES," 4a ALSO, BOOKS.! Ia Erery Department Llleratnre, j WHOLESALE XJ RETAIL.; ' i J. B. CQE3 & C0'S.j Ml Ekipariof atreot EKGRHVlUGa Ua. (1 Beak Street, Oteveliad, Ohio, ; DiSIGH BB3 abd LITHOGilAP!H S3, ' " ENQSAVIN6 ON WOOD. A-bSt TUCHIMISTS. ' t r L.... -. 7 3' T HO H AS MANNING, MACSimST f IN01XSX&. j ; Sort asannhwtnrarw PTAS KSGIMHi A MAUHiMiBY OP IvMtl iir.r5.l.u. Aieo-Jaok Bcre-rs. Be't. for Hi Ida. aa and otuer naea. Iron C-aSlt asd B i.-mm lta riTiisoersily. If nor &a. a Hewi.t a ttant, V rt Oieveland, U. ' 11 . kirfna traaxptly sttradslto. & iiA.Txiii.ii Havj Ub C? wotbb a be. H Weat SiTr atTt, wf ira they k..'.,rK K'.ivm.TUMeadTnakereiairaa. h. hj-A work la th line sreajylir aded sf; r? - V- vaw - -i - : awtiitaiir MORNING LEADER WEDMKBdY WORWiam, KUB. ft, I MW ADVXKTlMttnaMV Mr.aBU Webb Aoade-ayof Moata. . . W.H. WUIrd-Ooal. Lymaa Llttle-SyUndid Ooaatry laat for Bala. T. Lartar-Keap tour bat dry. Joka WhitaUw-Motiot to Oaatraotora. O. O.-Laoai Eolka. . . B. (jowkM- Adrardaed Lattara. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. arABToaia. Ooluafcat l.ao A, M. t.U T. BL Toledo t aO 1 10 Lake Hbora, t"t.. . M - Pitubarc and rtkwUBK...9.a " 4 10 Mahoniu( t.M t ag Kodoiv. ....... d.80 CoaBeaat. a.fa Detroit Boat tm ABBirajj. ' Oorambtu M A. U Toledo .W Lake Bhora, Xaat T.U " Pi'.bibnrg aad WWiUf.. U " BialioDiii ...la.ad u in r. t to " f la 1.10 " 1M " Sandaeky..... aw - Conaoaat Detroit Boat aOU " Cltlaaaa wliiiina aoareranoa to either of tha acora iraiaa or iwate, win ba ealiad for by the Ooaohaa of Kw-nu1 Utanlbaa Line, by leaving their addre-a at tba OmnlDon Offioe. 14T 8 a tier lot nraat, aeai a oar vt ua r eaaeu noua Yo can get eranberriai, hiokorj Bata, and dried apples by the barrel, earbon and lubricating oil ia uaatitias, and t prioea to aalt eastomera, at Qeo. Bpracue'i, OriaU'i Izchang. lay TRAVELERS' REGISTER. THE CITY. TllBIBLB DtUTl OP A BoT a BkOOkLTI. Monday afUraooa a aon of Adam. W anger, a German, reaidiot In Brooklyn, met with a hocking death by being caught under a fall ing tree that hie father had ent down. The little fellow had been playine with hit brother not tar diataat from where their father was engaged in felling the tree, and at en unfortunate moment ran toward the pot. The father did not see his coming, he-ring turned aeids to warn away art ap proaching team, the direction of the tree, at thii time falling, being acroee the road. The boy's body was crashed Into a thapelest mass from the shoulders down, and the back of the head mashed In, the facs, one arm and a leg only remaining to distinguish the remains as human. Fragments of flesh aad bone were scattered toaomedistance around. The remains were collected together, placed ia a blanket, eofnaed and buried during the afternoon. No blame attaches to any one for this fi ightful casualty, and it ean only be attributed to l at mysterious power which seems to direct the aocidents and fa talities of life. The boy was between 7 and years of age.' OsretJiir. We announce with pain the demise ot Mr. B. E. Chittenden, which took place yesterday afternoon at about 4 o'closk, his disease, as nearly as we can learn, being Inflammation of the lungs Mr. C. was well and favorably known to a large pM lion of our citizens, haying been engaged in the livery business here for a number of years, and bore the enviable rep utation of being an honest and upright man. What family he leaves we are not Informed. The funeral will take place from .his late residence, JS Prospect street, to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'olock. Carrua Msdtli.. Wm. H. Mad ill, form erly of this city and for a long time Fore man of Ibis office, . new commands a com pany in CoL Farnsworth's Illinois Uavairj. His men recently presented him with a sa bre and a brace of silver-mounted pistols, valued at $100, an indication that he is a good officer, which we do not doubt, at he is one of those men who fill whatever position they occupy. His friends in this oity will be glad to learn of hia promotion, and will agree with na that he will make a brave soldier, a prudent leader, ana a kina companion. J. B. Cobb k Co.'s Book Biboibt. Book bindine, as we have it to-day, is a beautiful art, and asido from its ntility. has of late years grown so much in favor that ine searcher after a valuable library of modern works may pretty generally select it without reference to the interior of the woike, or even inquiring the subjects of which they treat, their binding usually indicating their character. Thus we see the writings of Ma cauley, Irving, Cooper, Willis, and many other popular and much sought tor authors enclosed in the richest forms of binding, and selling, we are told, 11 the more readily therefor. This taste, if subject to the charge of fastidiousness in itself, has at least had the good effect to induce many very import ant improvements ia this branch of indus try which are not to be overlooked. We he in this city a book binding establish ment which justly boasis no superior in any slaaa of work belonging to the art ia Ihe West, and a position little inferior to any ia the &tt, where certainly the beet binding t , wni-M is done. We allude to the Bindery of J. B. Cobb k Co. Every lm provement and facility which the lemands of the popular taste have Drongni into ex Nfnce np to the latest period ia tae an, are foun. f n this establishment; at eonirouea -vfBDced workmen, the result is toe by expt. of some of the richest and at Ihe FIVUUU"v - - . . w. . .-.Llaa aaitut n jbsb el lf HlTtHin MAilnntlAlt same time du" r- we have ever sesri anyweere. m sweii through this eetablisi"" few dart ince we took occasion to exm:w . .. . l ..j .i waa ntir nlMinra some or tneir wora., u r to ind it superior in workmanship ana pn ish to any other of the same class with which it wss compared. Their preparation of Blank Books is a most noticeable feature, and one to which we would invite the es attention of those interested. The paper used in the manufacture of these is ihe very best, and tha ruling perieon, and the large assortment of them whioh is . -Vontnti hjind. of various stv lea eonstantlj r 9 fonnd OI amen, . . , rrv. aelecUon.of.ucha. bUsbment is in the manefe-muo". -v, haa a hands of Mr. Samuel P. Po. " . Ih.n.nh nrantural knowledge Ol . . B- r . - aiaj nees, ana in . waom cuaiwuivta . l most genial and attentive gentleman. , i ABonia Mxsiisa. The torn persnce peo ple of the West Bide; (who we are disptwed to think are more sealous In the cause (has those of the mere populous aide of our city) having met with such tcoi success at their tern pa ranee meeting last week, pro p-to to hold another next week. t. - -, - j a i , Tbb BiATixa Pass. The snow was clear ed off the greater portion of the Fond yea tarday, and very good ioe presented' itself, of which a large number of radios and jren tlemea availed themselves J ' TBBAMB-The "Patriot's Dream' I wss presented last evening for the last tirae- This evening the programme wiu no jov and the "Actress of AU-Work," two very attracUve and popular plays, . ; -:; t ,' EsuaiooB BByiVAl-r-A'3 correspondent writing us front llphireportB a religious i rwvlval there of a vary patfcf olearApte. From the Advance. GREEN RIVER, Ky., Jan. 31st. Ebitom LsaDia : Yesterday the remains of Gea. Zolliooffer aad Capt. Peyton were brought to this camp. Hearing that they were to be taken to Gen. Hindmao's head quarters to-day, I fell a strong desire to ee company the expedition. Kaming the mat ter to Gen. Johnson, (to whom the arrange ments had been committed) he at once said that though ha had refused a good many, yet he would detail me aa C , aad I could (o Early this morning the ambulances end escort left camp for Gen. Hindman'i lines. The escort oonsisted of Brigadier Generals B, S. Johnson and Kegley, parts of their statu, several brigade Burgeons, one of the Southern Bmgeons (Dr. Cliff) taken prls oner at Somerset, and quite a number of other officers ; besides sll these, Capt. Gad die' com piny of Cavalry. I a aU a very res pea labia oscort for two who had fallen in death while contending against the right We went as far Iloree Cave before seeing any of their pickets; then we saw to the left, in a large oorn field, threo suspicious-looking fellows, mounted. They stopped for a mo ment, when, having obtained a good look at as, they bounded away southward as if his Satan io majesty was after them, and their safety depended on making fast- time. In the meantime, our flag of truce was borne aloft, so that they might know that we were on a mission of peace. About two miles be yond they ventured to wait until they were satisfied they were not to be hurt- General Johnson approached the party, shook hands with the commanding office., communicated his business, and in a moment we were all moving forward. Stopping at Woodlawn, a very line public house kept by a true Union man, ( W. Bitter) Gen. Johnson sent one of the Texan Rangers to Gen. Hindman, to inform him of our com ing and business. Ia a little over two hours from the time the Banger left us Hindmau and troupe were aeon coming. He halted the company of cavalry that accompanied him some twen ty rods from the house where we were, riding a little nearer himself, dismounted and met Johnson and Kegley with considerable courtesy, and some dignity. I should think Gen. Hindman about forty -five years of age; medium height, light eyes, aallow complex ion, sports a moustache and goatee, wears nis near tong, ana lets it fall in ringlets on nis snsuiaers. He is of a nervous temperament, moves quick, is restlese and always moving, has something of the " dare devil " in hi? ex preeaion, upon the whole rather an inter esting subject to study, but by no means a remarkable man. Gen. Johnson seid to him: "General, I think there will be peace in thirty days, or a very iong war. The Hortn is willing to give the South au she asks, and more too." Hindman said, " It makes no odds General: we are forever son- arated, and the Bouth will never submit to a re-union." Then replied Gen. Johnson, "We will have an everlasting war, the North will never submit to the dismember ment of the Union." I talked freely with some of the officers about the state of affairs on both sides. They admitted a treat de feat at Somerset. Baid one of them, "You cleaned us out as clean as a shot gun there." Of course I could but tell him that there we established a precedent to be observed in all coming battles. One said they were bound to have a Sou thorn Confederacy or go to hell. I told him there was not a doubt but that they would succeed ia the latter alternative. A great many pleasant ries passed between us, as well as some dry joking.' Quite a number expressed the wish that we might meet again under other circumstances, and many a glass was drunk by men that will next meet in deadly strife on the field of battle, or at the bar of the final Judge. When the Generals parted, it was with many exprossijns of mutual re- The " Texas Bangers" are a moUer-woa have no uniform, no discipline, no manli ness, no intelligence, no nocor. iney go prowling about the country stealing horses. hogs and cattle, burning houses, railroad bridges, grain, atraw ana loaaeroiau xinat; in fact, they are a miserable gang of out laws. The gentleman where we got our dinner is said to have lost $4,(00 by them. I saw in a camber of ponda, on which the farmers depend for water for their stock, dead hogs and cattle killed and thrown into them by these high-toned southern gentle men. In one small pond I counted four head of cattle, dead aad putrid, slowly de caying, but surely poisoning the water. This is honorable warfare. I saw where they had burned thousands ot cords of wood, water tanks, depots, Ac. Much of the wood they threw on the track and fired it, thus destroying tae ties, wooaea cul verts, crossings, Ac. They have been to some trouble in lei an g a great many trees across the turnpike, expecting in this way to retard our progress south, out we man aged to get along lo-dar without much trouble, ana tntnk tnat our pioneers win make short work of tha whole thine, i I meant to have said before that Mrs. Bitter, the wife of our landlord, a few weeks since went to Bowling Green lo see her daughter, an only child ; when .he got ready to re turn she apnliad to (tea. Hardee for a pass. He said to her, " Madam, your husband is a strong Union men, a dangerous Union man. and I can't give vou a pass."; said she, " General, I must go home, and I on Soing heme." And she did ; but it was by traveling over three hundred miles instead EgaoTPS,4tfiP. Ohio. T.noaipBisa ljiAoDixjiT. On Sat urday evening last, .ays the Buffalo Express, the greatest extension of direct telegraphic communication yet achieved was aoeomr pliahed by placing the Mormon capital Groat Bait lake City, In Utah Territory, ravnori, as the Spiritualists say, with the Atlantic city of the " Blue If o" Halifax ia Kova Bootia. A direct correspondence between UlW two localities, five thousand miltt ot lake, moTOWn and desert apart. Wad carried on with per.'ect esse, by a don- section of lines via Portland. Boston, 3f ew Tork, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chi csgo and Omaha. The experiment has de lighted the telegraphers, and give a new prophecy to the world of what may come to p"- ' I J. .. . t Onto Eouoatiobai. Motbi.t. The Teh- ruary number of this periodical is out, and contains, besides the excellent Editorial De partment, valuable papers upon the follow Ing subjects: "Geography in the Primary School;" "School Cymnastica;" "Oral Les sons in Arithmetic:" "Practical Duties in the School Boom;" "On the Teaching of Foreign Language.)" "Tha Life of Life" poetry by Rev- HarvY Bice. . ; To ss ExiatD. We are informed that SanfordV Hall, on the Weet Bide, is to be eoBsiierably enlarged. The West Side has ..J.4 . Ammt halt in which to hold long rr-.. . w. ,r. Its pubW w-a-a - leark that an to one . .eln made. TUr. BamSei Woloott, Uto of Chicago, Will be totalled Paa-Jor of Ply- .v nhnrflb. this evening at f O'cldSBV i-.ii.. .r tha eandidate will .take f natrt""'"" r - place this aftoraoou at 1 o'clock.' ' . m- There will be a donatiea vUit at the P,Cn.ff. of the Frea Congregational s Thursday evetlDg, Church in CoUamer, Feb. Ittfc. V ... n i-i TlulBr meeting this sveaiaf ,.'.4.. a fc.ii .win ia desired. . '. Jnitia- frcioca; lion of new members at 7X o'clecfc. arw- Coal Oil lamp Chimneys, that 0a swr BSt Baoxaa ar it sraA, can aa .found P. Fogg's, comer Sapirlor. and Seneca City Council. TUESDAY Evening, Feb. 4, 1862. Present Anthony, Ballard, Benton, Blair, Bond, Coonrad, Corning Dixon, Quayle, Babin, Stevens, Sturgess, Thomas, Well' house, Willard. The President, H.B. BUvens, in the Chair. Minutes of last meeting read and ap REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS. Of Gas Inspector for the month of Janu ary, that the gas furnished the city during the past two months was fully np to the London standard bulb in illuminating now er and chemical purity, and that the total amount consumod by lha city during the moutn oi January was 3o.77 foot. Filed. Of Secretary of Water Works of receipts ana expenditures lor tne month of January. Beoelpts .... $1,190 ej Expenditures .... 62) IS Receipts over expenses $T 97 Filed. Of Board of Citv Imnrovamanta. adrarae- ly to resolution In relation tn nlai-lna- a cul vert from tho junction of Monroe and Pearl streets along the west line of Pearl street to the north line of the V. G. A 0. Road. filed. Ot Police Clerk for month of Jan uary. aa luuuwe for of Folic Court Proettdioat for No. vmotr, issi. Of Police Clark, nranaadinaa nf PoUca Uourt for month of Jan., 185 J, as follows: rt-ases dumber of persons arraigued 4t ta - 4, 44 a'. numuer 01 state examinations.... Total number arraigned before court,.. M crrr ciiu Anmustof fines aafeaeed , " ooats Total amount of asseuaents Amount of fines colleoted " costa Total amount collected Amount of fees paid witnesses uuy ataranai.. Balance paid Into City Treasury tX2 69 . 76 00 . 11 87 79 ..30 00 .. IN .. ii $ 1 25 .. 0 00 RTlTt C11U of flues ameamd SS00 ot " coU " 167 88 " aute examinationa.... 10 71 Total amaunt oi fines and eosts.. Amount of flnea collected " coett " Total amount collected and same paid into County Treasury , 61 7J ....t68 OS .... Si 00 .... Zti 73 CITT CAaxa intoxication on Dieturbaiice , jo Destroying Property j Vagrancy j ueniuiuir in a houe or ill-fame a neeping nn 01 iii rama 1 Violating Water Ordinanoe 1 Soliciting Passengers J. BTATX OASEI VIMXU.T DUMKD n Petit larceny KeoelTing Stolen Property Arnault aud battery Drunkenness ..10 .. 1 ..1 .. 2 82 eTATS XXAMIWATIOM1. .. 1 Burglary and i.sreeny 1 From Secretary of Riard of Education. asking permission by instruction of the Board, to expend a sum not toexcied $1.76, for the purpose of procuring a case for col lection of Geological and other specimens, to oe piaceo in tne -cast mgn ecnool .Build ing. Filed. RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Babin, That the Mavor be hereby requested to rtrictly enforce the ordinance requiring all the theatrical exhibitiona and concerts to procure a license before exhibit ing tne lame. Adopted. By Mr. Thomas. Whereas, the offir of uperintendent of the Citv Infirmary haa been made vacant by the death of John B. mitn tnereiore. Etsohitd, That this Council croceen to elect a Superintendent of Infirmary, to serve the unexpired term of said J. B. Smith, de ceased. Adopted. O. IT. Smith, brother of decoaaeil. v.. nominated and elected. Slair, That the BorM of tMacstion weM-ek-WAtune tu aut an iMlnn . of proeu-ing a suitable case for a collection of Zoological and other specimens, to be placed in the tan mgn ecaool, agreeable to the request 01 tne oara. Lost. uy air. eleven a w nereis, tne impend ing national taxation presents a reality that will require the best endeavors on our part to retrench every expenditure by the City Governn ent that is not of the very first and moat aoeotute necessity towards the main tenance of said Government, and whereas, the present system of regulating and per fecting our tax estimate wss made during times of peace, and not adapted to the late contingonciee of war 'and its expenses snd evils, and wnereas. it is a matter of the ut most importance that all patriotic and Union loving'people be prepared for the emergency, therefore, Eoolved, That a oommittee of seven mem bers of this Council, including the Finance Committee, be appointed to act in conjunc tion with his honor,the Mayor, to thorough ly investigate tha expenditures of the sev eral departments of the City Government, and report totnis Council whether, in their opinion, a reduction ef expenses in either of tne departments can oe made, and it so, in how many and what respects. Adopted. In addition to the inance committee and Mayor, the President appointed the follow ing" gentlemen on the Committee: Corning, VV silhouse, Thomas and Uixon. By Mr. Stevens : Whereas. Congress is about to locate a National Armory at som e point in tne a: rtnweet, and whereas, in our opinion, the oily of Cleveland presents more and better facilities for tne purpose than any other place upon tne Lakes, from the tact that all materials, such as iron, lumber and especially ceil, are cheaper and more easily obtained at this point t an any other, ana that this h a more central point, with am ple facilities ot communication with every section of the country, therefore. Mtioma, That a committee of three be appointed to memoraliss Congress through the Representative from this District, and the senators from Wis tstate, setting lortn all the advantages ot this ctty for the pur pose. Adopted. (Messrs. Ealiard, Benton apd Babin appointed the committee.) ORDINANCES. To grade and improve Orange street from the line between ten acre lots No. 14 and 14 snd an alley between Jackson and Bel. mont streets. Passed. "4, Rev. Samuel Wolcott will be installed Pastor of Plymouth Church on Wednesday of this week. Examination of the candidate to .commence at 2 P. M. Installation ser vice at 7 P. M. Sermon by Prof. Fishe, of Ohioego Theological Seminary. ft New Tsbm Clsvslaho Ihstitots, The next term will commence on Monday even ing, Id inst, at 9 o'olock. All who are de sirous ol attending should apply soon, as the school has been very fall the past term, and not sufficient room to accommodate all applicants. Steven.' omnibueees will leave the Wed- dell House, as usual, for the accommodation of day pupils. febs-et MsacsABT Tailob. F. A. Brown, late with W. B. Hancock, would be pleased to i hia friends, and the public generally, at 1SS Bank street janl.330 Cxawtoid's Est aii. Coal. Taxb. Buy wonrMial of him. His - CHLPPIWA" ia the very best for family use. -' 'A'ffir-a and Yard foot of Beneca Saras, bridgi. " P. Cv drawer 1M. " j erst- J. Hl Hall's Arnica Oil, teChil- blaiBS. Frost Bites, Barns, Bruises, Cuts, ate, Prioe li sent, at No. IT Public Square. Nor 8- " , , t . , Tf.i.i. Rttti bbb oi aa ituvivm pattern from those recently pot the street i . . i m " - lamps, for sale at 2 cento eacn, oy - w. r. row. BtrFoi1 trash Hemetopathio Medicines atja f.lial.. Powdnrd f Ilqttidi, of j rtrenrth, call at Hall's, IT PnUId 5?Wf. TO ROLLING KILLS niON lXflOTFACTTJlills; - AND ! Capitalists. CuvxtAkD, Jan. 20, 18(12. The subscribers have the New England and Eastern States for sale, for Taylor's Pressed Horse Bhoe Patent. Messrs. Btone, Chlsholm & Jones, of this olfy, have purobased the Western States, and have a machine In operation at their Rolling Mill at Newlurgh, when parties can see it produoe horse shoes of all sites, equal to a band made shoe. It 1 simple ia iU construction, and capable of making twenty horse shoes per minute. Every shoe is subjected to a pressure of fifty tons, wiiton compacts and condenses the iron, thereby rendering it harder and mora du rable. This machine oaa make a shoe of any style or form, simply by changing the die to the shape required. We give here a description of the ma. ohine, and testimonials 'from tha best me chanics, blaoksmitbs, and dealers la the city: The machine is neither comnllcatiul nor ponderous, ana is worked by a small amount of power, Judiciously applied. none snoe iron, such as Is used by black smiths in forging horse shoes, la emnloved. Ihe machine is worked by a man aad a boy, the latter to attend to the furnace in arhich the bars of iron are heated, and tha former to feed the machine. At the mo ment the bar of iron, heated to a red heat at the end, is thrust into the machine, a gate or jaw, moved np and down by an ec centric, aescenas on the bar, bending It to proper snaps over a horiiontal shaft, oalled a -mandrill,'- about three tnoo.es in diame ter, which is thrust forward at that mo ment by a cam movement. At the same time the bar is cut, and a die carried against the shoe by an eooentrio working m a yoae, produces ine crease and stamp ing on the face of the shoe, when the man drill draws back and the shoe drops from the machine complete. The die weighs about twelve pounds, and is furnished with a knire for creasing and punohing. The knife is attached by means of screws, aa 1 csa be readily removed when wora out, to give place to a new one. There have been several machines In vented before for manufacturing horse shoes, but all more or less oomplioated and im perfect. Taylor's machine is the only one thtt cuts the iron, bends the shoe. stamDS and creases it at oae revolution of the ma chine, and this is accomplished with com mon horse aboe bars, just as tbey are re ceived from the Rolling Mill. For further evidence of the practical excellence of the machine ana superiority of the shoe which it produoes, we annex the folio wing testi monials : Blacksmiths. CiBVBtAitD, Deo. 1, 1861 We, the undersigned. Blacksmiths of lha City of Cleveland, toka great pleasure In evuiumenuiDg xayior s noree Shoes, and .renounce them equal to a hand-made Bhoe, and when introduced, must certainly take their place, as they are not cnlylabor saving, but cheaper in every respect. We recommend them to Blacksmiths. 9. Keylerleber Joseph Clegg, James McCarty, Jacob Hoffman, B. Murray, T. Leonard, Wm. W. Molntosh. E. Karen. John Bohland, Patrick Cullom, tsennett Kyan. Hard ware Dealers. We, tXenueraignedtTSardVaroHereh of the City of Cleveland, have personally ex amined Taylor k Co's Patent Horse boc Machine, located in this city, which we con sider perfect, and Ihe shoe made therefrom the most superior article in the market, be ing nearest like the hand made shoe, but more perfect, and we take pleasure In recom mending it to the trade. Tennis A Dangler. Geo. Worthington A Co. ' James F. Clark. W. Bingham A Co. Henry K. Beynolda. , Clivkland, Nov. 25, 1861. We take pleasure state We consider Messrs. Taylor A Co's Horse Shoe Machine one ot the best inventions in this country. The horse shoe that it raanufac- tnres is far superior to any we hare ever seen. The machine is in every respect prac tical, simple in its construction and works on a mechanical principle. j Otis ft Co , ' Lake Erie Iron Works. W. F. Cabkt A Co., i Shoenberger's Nai s, Iron, io. Stobb, Cbuholm A Jonks, Newburg Iron Works. Machinists. Clivilasd, Deo. 81, 1861.' We, the undersigned, were called upon to examine Taylor's Horse Shoe Machiae. We have examiaed it, and find every mo tion of the Machine is moved on a meohan ical principle, being Eocentrio and Cam motions. It also appears to us that the Machine must be very durable, the motion being slow and easy, and not liable to get out of order, and we consider it a valuable Invention. , T. R. Db Fobist, J Foreman Cuyahoga Works. ; . J.8. Fibk, Machinist Cuyahoga Works, j Wm. F. Smith, I Master Maohinist, C. C.4C.ER. Taos. K. i Machinist j - :,, J. CDabbs, Foreman, Baldwin, DeWitt&Oo's, TAYLOR & CO., PHCENIX FOUNDRY", Where Machines are building. Posl-Offict Address Box 758. ( BCB1NS.13 UOTiCKli. 7 Cliv.laxd Fsmalb Bibibabv. The Beit, term will commence on Thursday, 1 eDruary 6th, at 9 A. M.- Pupils should be present on the first day of the term. ! Street Car tickets can be bad at tha Bemi- nary; also passes for tbe term at ivmtyjnt per cent off usual rates. Jan. zu:3u. VicTOkiotm I The " Anti-Rhoumalio Band" permanently cures Khuemattsm C3out, Neuralgia, Nervous Affections, aad all similar diseases. It has been tried py thousands with the most satisfactory re sults. For sale by 6. W. Claix jan23:S7 119 Superior fit Your mother wants a sewing chine, and you ean get one of Greyer A Ea ker, perfectly new, for ten dollars lass than the manufacturer's price, by inquiring at Hall's Homeopathio Pharmacy, 17 Public Square. Don't lose the opportunity. J tf cji. sr. Gibson, Professor of Medicine and Electropathy, cures obstinate cases Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Neural. j I na ana ail norToua auaaie., aau an . ,, j j : i - . . the Brain, Throat, Heart, Lungs, Liver aad Urinary Organs, and all Chronic diseases. Reference gives to many formidable cases cured ia this eity after other physicians had f.;il. See advertisement in another eol- num. Offioe No. 1IT Ontario street. OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS. The Recofnltloa of ITajtl and Lioeria-wisat Mr. Banner's Sill Proposes. THE BRIGHT CASE THE VOTE TO BE TWE TO-DAY-HOW IT WILL STAKD. List of Amy Appointments lonariacd by the Senate. Ciianjfes la the Army Organl. ioiiun".ppoinimerit or ; Begiilar Cheers. - REPORTS. Arrest of a Rebel Officer--How He was Trapped. [Special Dispatches to Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. OUB BILATIOXg WITH BATTI AID LIBKBIA. The bm authorizing the President to ap point UiplomaUe Representatives to Hayti ana LiDerla, introduced by Mr. Sumner, from the Committee on Foreign Relations, enacts tnat such Bepresentativas be scored ited Commissioner and Consul General, and recciva compensation of a Commissioner, provided for by the act of August 18, 18S8. provided that the compensation of the Rep resentative at Liberia shall not exceed four thousand dollars. The Committee agreed en establishing the relations. . The Commis sioners rank with Ministeri resident, be tween fimbassiM and charge d'affaires. THE BRIGHT EXPULSION CASE. A strong speech was made by Browning against Bright. WiUey, who has held the scales so evenly balanced so long as to ran der his vote doubtful, finally showed a de cided inclination for expulsion. Bright has the floor. A vote will be token to-mor row. Only thirteen, countinir Carlialo. ran be mustered for Bright The vote will prob ably stand 33 or 34 to 10 or 12. WAR CLAD STEAMERS. withdrawal of the Morgan report from eonaection, with twenty Iron clad Bteamers bill, was In Consequence of a letter from Ecretary Welles, urging immediate decision to build or not. Specifications and plans are called for already in the Department. CONFIRMATION OF MILITARY OFFICERS. The list of. Brigadiers telegraphed by the Associated Press was Incorrect Smith was not confirmed. : Among those; confirmed were Dumont, Milroy and Wallace, of Indi ana; Kelson and Crittenden, ot Kentucky; Bennam, Thomas, Teila, Alex. McCdk, John F. Reynolds; Dana, of Hinnes 3 Mitchell, of Ohio, aad Doubleday. Uenerals commanding Srigade3 of the army on the Potomac, are as follows: Ab ercrombie. Sedgwick, Meade, Duryea, Jame son, Howard. Wri?ht. Na Warm. Hsa.it rv-nolr Foster,.. Augar, Schoflald, . Parke, Slacum, Wadsworth, Peek, Martindale, and Cast; but of the Potomac Generals of Divisions only Keyes, Neyley and Denver were con firmed to day. Andrew J. Butler, of California, brotygji of Gen. Bntler, wnntTM j A lively debate was had to-day on Mej. General Morgan. No vote wai taken. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. THE PAY OF THE ARMY—THE VOLUNTEERS AND THE PAY OF THE ARMY—THE VOLUNTEERS AND REGULARS. The House Military. Committee author ized the Chairman to report Wilson's bill, touching pay and emoluments ot the army, with amendments requiring some examina tion of volunteers before they are mustered in as regulars, and authorizing the President on application of a Governor, to assign reg ular officers to field officers vacancies in vol unteer regiments, aad requiring all turn lin ers of army supplies to mark the contractor's name on every package, and to authorise the President to purchase cemetery grouads for soldiers who fall in the service of the - . ARREST OF A REBEL MAJOR. A rebel Major was arrested ia lower Maryland. The detectives represented them selves as members of a secret organization in Baltimore, and wormed into his confi dence, i of WANTED-LOST-FOUHD. TtTAMJKi) Tu KitNT. A OolU- 1 T fortabls Dwelllna Home. Yard and Barn rent 1 fcbj E rent not to exceea fi a rear. App'yeooo. a. w . juti, : M:St IIS Public Square. OR RENT, How No 229 Pbr- ai street. Bear Froepaet.atSarnrnth. Aa- plyto a H mils. WA fa TE D, A CASH CUaTOMfcll To anrcluoe tha alack ot Groceries and lake lha leaea ef rremlsee. expiring ' aril 1". 3 at a Tery low rent of lite Store lie 1M, EotUien'. The Stock li first ciasa, and tba trade embrace, the first families la town. The Store ia now dates HI rk fiibliA hniuM. I a good Dtta'aee. which lact ean baanawn to uvat l.lj4fiiloa ol inttndlna burchaaera. Ilia oliiecC In dieaoatssof Ilieira4e,laeiuc lo tne rrcpneeor s being In the A rrar. Foaaarsiaai a'vaa Asril let, or ariier it roaaired. The pot.lic may, until owerwtee oiapoeeo mi iTiwlltiinrta retail at wsoleeele ario-a Aom aetAA eeeonu to none tn qui., a 4-. cir- B. W . JOASVa. lea ana tone, aiwabw". i0r5 HofltTtftB't itolO; otraYEd TWO COWS OF Ll BMdltusstaa. One ot a red ealor; tne other red and while, apottad, with a whiaa boa. Any one n- larnlns tne ua, or fi.ioeaaca lntormatwa atad to their recoeary. anil ba Heartily rewarded HISCELUNEOUS. t prlE ANNUAL, iiitETSnoP I tit Stat-tteM-reo the Ht.Olur Brrw Ornl 4 (Jotwenrenil be b'-w tie omt. a L. Pfen- .riw. . ., 4 . 4, I la a'alock Ati.,llt.tf Boam.- m'8, Ct.Teland.Jan.l3.16P!: .. hretvy. ruuitusrayiuti i.cjiuiKi OBVltLTW. OHIO awrOBtiirrh Tanght hy Baa. daeniST tiaitau Bi aTiw A vo&aiua PATENT OFFICK AOENGT, Ho. tl Bonk Smet, Oleveland, Ohio. w. ara areaarw! to transect BtHtneaa ot etery 4a- arrlptloo ralatun to lnTnUon.,DrawtniMa, VZuS ba tsiib BBBiuie " V. : - . .,ltrtl. f lHt-ata. VMvnrttAN''? io ilOljbjs.iii.is.T1' I BM.-VarnLrtreorowaffllnra:lattha utf VamBB oStoa. SM. US MBW mtt a tuat little VaraUh Ooa, Siled wim ua ""i .loawl araaSwhiea aohasatmaBajitaii,) a ua Uttle varaua JQJ" rrrrZT- L TT.T7.. . ai.ieeoaal to tna boTpatnlaaa. - Fnee Bvia (oorw tweHeahiUiofa. , Ct A. BAELOW. Aoisr, So, 3 Kaclid Street, Oeveland, Ohio, ,....lllne tha celebrated B.MABB HSM at areatlr rrdared yrloee. Hmrmn toetmjerred a larsa eeaoruaBt of thoee aowerior inatrtm-nat, bewoaid Invite all lnte!in to earchaaa ta call anl exam tna th.m Offore aorchans elhara. Brart Inetra ment warranted See ra. aOld fianoa and MeiodaoBe aakaa to axebaata. rU44W 1. M TV4T. .HI MV 44M ajoxftiraala. Ftaaoa Tflasd aad Baaairad by O V MAT- piAK03 1 PiANoa 1 1 Favorable Reports From Abroad. THE CASE OF SENATOR BRIGHT. Probable Expulsion To-day. Movement of troops in Missouri. THE ERRICSON BATTERY. Nearly ready for Operations. Last Night's Report. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. HOUSE. 8pa!dlng's biU. Hs did not object to paper issues to a limited extent, but wished to establish bounds for it In alluding to the state ef the war, he said that Gen. MoClel lan aeaat harvest his advantages within the next ninety days, otherwise ho will be ga- seitea es a gentieman.Dut not as a UeneraL Mr. SOko Conkliog said there should be some pulley worthy of the occasion. Let us have ne make-shifts and subterfuges to eiuae nonesc taxation; lot as say Bat-foot ea wast the trump is and what we mean. Mr. Ulngham said Daniel Webster did assent to tho cronoeition that tha Go vara. meat of the United States may authorise the issue of paper money aa currency. Mr. Sheffield, of Rhode Islaad. Quoted tha words of Mr. Webster: "There oaa be ao legal tender bat gold and silver and foreign ooi n regulated oy law." no (Saemeld; was lurtnsr oppoeea to making the notes a Ie gal tender because it was dishonest, and that was reanoa enough for him. This bill would interfere with the local banks, pro ducing distress which no seer could fore tell. Tax us, he said, and wo will oheer- fully pay ; but pass this measure, contain ing tbe legal tender clause, and you will deprive us of the abiJity to pay. JStrikt from the bill the legal tender clause, and be would vote for it Bring forward a banking clause and he would support that, unless some better measare should be pre sented ; prodaoe a tax bill and tha would secure his support; but he could vote for ne hill making Treasury notes a legal teader. ine Committee rose. Mr. Wickliffe gave notice if he could get Ihe floort o-morrow that he would saove to close the debate, for tbe purpose of reliev ing the country by aodoa n the bill Ad journed. J SENATE. Pomeroy asked to take ap ihe resolution ffered yesterday, relative to the command of the Department of Kansas, and calling on the Secretary of War for the orders and direction in regard to the supplies for that command, and whether it ia to be comman ded by Gbn. Lane, and whether the orders are been changed since Geo. Lane left, and whether the order of Gen. Hunter is accord ing to the orders of the War Department. faased. . Mr. Hale moved to take up the bill pro viding for iron clad steamers. Agreed to. Mr. Hale proposed to withdraw both tbe amendments of the committee and asked the Senate to make the subject the special order for Friday, when they would hear him (Hale) on tbe report of the Naval committee in regard to the Secretary ot the Nary.- He hoped tbe Senate would paas the bill as it came from the House. On motion of Mr. Hale the report of the aval Committee on the Secretary of tbe Nsvy was taken nn. -find, made -tha-Special evommilted to the Naval Committee. . ; Bright' case was then taken up. Mr. Sumner made a long speech, advoca ting tbe expulsion of Bright. After exotutive session, adjourned. . r " FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. The Cabinet is in session, snd it U repor'- ed that the subject under discussion is a com munication received from the rebels nader a ag cf trnoe. Private letters from Bishop Hazhe3 and Thurlow Weed just received by Secretary Beward, give a very hopeful view of our cause in England and France. '. The remonstrance of the Chamber ol Com merce of New Tork again9t the passage of an act creating the office of Solicitor of Cuatoma of the port ot INew lore, was pre sented to the House to-day by Mr. Conk ling. . The case of Senator Bright will probably be disposed ol to morrow. Information has reached here that tbe Ericson floating bat'ery, authorizad by an act of Congress in August last, aad to be commanded by Lieut Worden, will in the course of next week be sflfflclently completed to test its efficiency. " -si' " ' So answer bas yet been given to the rebel flag of truce, nor haa the contents of tbe iepateh tTanjpired. ' ' FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 4. Advioes from the west state that tha 7th Mo., Col. Stevenson, left Lamine for Lcx- ngton on Monday, lbey will bold teat prat during the winter. Tbey cannot reach that place too soon, information nas oeen received that the day after that plaee was evacuated by the Kansas 1st, the rebels cut down the American nag, and on the Sunday following, the notorious Joe Bbelbyanda gang of freebooters, took poasesiton of the town. All the troop, along the line Of the Paoiho Railroad, west of Jefferson City, are under marching orders. The 1st .Nebraska JUgiment is going across the country to Kansas. .. i A number of Regiments are going sobtn to join Goneral Davis's Brigade. . 1 .,i u.iy, j, hrHnr. conveyed down the road to be forwarded to KauUioky, and General Pope will make his headquar ters at Jefferaoa City. ' i FROM NEW MEXICO. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 4. ult., has arrived. Nothing of interest has occurred in the Teritory since last mail) The Indians are more troublesoa man ever, killing Mexicans aa arivinx stock. Six dead bodies were brought to Albuaaeraae last week. All ablo-bodied men are in the field, leaving the old and feeble to protect their homes. ; No advance of troops to ue rjouta jias been made. ! Ihere are no signs of the Texans coating up tbe Pecos I THE BRIGHT QUESTION. HARRISBURGH, Feb. 4. A resolution instructing Representatives In Conrreaa to vote for the expulsion of Bright passed the House and ia being con aidered hy the Senate. I PATENT SCALES.1 i -A 1 mi A LtTb'iz3 AND STYLE301 iui a i atii 1a a th. Ji XKLER SCALX WC2X3, Bouth aids Beaec a. Bridga, Cleveiaad, a paihti:;q' i T70K NICE PAI2ITi:J3. 60 TO TA ftafaOTT'B I " - ' ruot thtai fet Aralaaasre aJaml laei fct u-A of waif t - T. . n 1 OSEL.Ei.T.1" f H A T S EL y - - ACADEH Y Olf 2IU2IO I )M J' ?' Z1T?;:i-irr-Um mi "aiaaaw. " Mr" w ?, f i-A"ins and Uiaete .u. V BelJgl.l. if. lir,. . ..THE WKBS" BI3TES3 " XiatBi Emxa An Aba, Mas. C M.Wbb. WBBKM3AT, KviBIIO, FlB 6, '2, DOT. - OB TrTB CXICKXT OS THB HBA1TS. May rrTWTig1aat. Xm-r. wfet,. Iilly Blowhoy ..fcm aAb W.ea. Sra.To eaaelnde with tba OF ALL WOUS, Is which Hlaeea Ada aad Imaia Webb WlU swatala twaiT. ebascaoia eaaractare and lire ee& aad tBraanaacaa. - SrlwlB Behaareal- . . XT. " PO-CA-aOB-tAB, Or TBB CISILJ &ATA31. t ABUIAJT L1TB, Or A BUT3B1 LOT A. PBfTBW.-TJ, rxle asd ParaoHta, ; CayarOlrci. JJoenia; PrlwiBoaW iu3 .SrTST!; atTo'ckxk-to amtaeBoa at atf b o 3io.k. Box' mcaoeaslVuaa IS lo is A. M Lu inn 1 los r. SI. QRAND MASQUERADE j A9D FANCY DRESS BALL, AT CHAPIN'S HALL, . . WlDCTSDAT EmiNO, Fjb. 12, '62, vaeer tn awaabas af tha "UNION CLUB." FBCTAlGBa TIOKBTB. St Casts. Lfllee are riwi-tnu tn ITnnub i . i.. r tloai Por.m before eatenng tha UmiL " 'boae w.bf-ararria .wfiimlM aameeaith Monld A boaeo letaeyatbalr (a(J74 THE Cler eland Practicing Assembly WILT, HOLT) THKIB 2bT""V f I t ABU Ot 1HIB SB AeOS, as .1 J CHAPIN'3 HALL, " . Their friend, ara rarptctfally Incited to attend. HiiAsraa. W B. Blohardaoa, T. Btepheaeon, M. Oallow.y, o. tiobua. SBS- Tlck.ta admlttlnc Gentlemen and Ladta. II ... u . . - a- . 114 IW 441 IIWWIMn If, RESOLUTE IHSURANCE CO. Bt ACTHUSlTt OrtdKSTATIorOHlO. Eesolate Insurance Company Vr thb Cittop Nxw Yoar. n Insured artfe'nv.a la tha ams. M,n cm-iiBd any liaol icy. ,. H. F. BRAYTON, Agent, " Ho. S Atwiter Building. STATEMENT ftbOOTtfltVti rrT th HZSOtCTl Fret fti"8U- CCMPAJiT, oa itM.faU.r-flrrt4UT l efember, 1-1, mi t-i tne Auditor cf vh o, purtcsuit i tfr sunn oi iDM uo nmte -An ct orca. late iCamrAArjeCoBavcuM doc farrorponUd kj ihm aaaws ui V.V JF MSrOU a pf O, Aft., tfAlfC AMD li'XJATiaif. Ttu Otvn of tnm UtaMny ia Tta Km tot n Tn. nr.TOs Umf4Uf, Dd ta locstxl at So ! .Smiab nzmimuitjmUiMit n lot. - I. CAPlTAliw. TH aaaoat of tM 0.ttml etodk f-..iino 00. II. A8SIT8 Ch cf thtt roBirDy oa band aad la Ctvsh la tit - I2s.frti as. ol aad 0im from . af-itilf.. w Jat rtaU atiincnmrawrsmi..,, ..Nona. The Boadi utl btocka oBed br thm KA oip nt mm per oacbera accomraay tn how rscnrod, and tta nta ol in tartut UiAartjOB, to wit; lot' beeda ana siocsu. . Debts dr Um Gonpanr, necartdUr tat, aa pr Toaertf-r af,m an; irtg.-- (See &ht4nje atttched ) .... .f itfifl it tt othrwiae aecnrtd, aa ptr Tcoca re accompaii) ing,, Tis: ' ' J f Par Market Tains. Vaioe. Iioana on Sharfal cal aocored by 121,000 919990 block ;) Tout am ?ant loaned om abera IA 57 so Debt for F.ajninm... , ,, 2,0m ao Ail other ,nrlti 3 Otsi us Tctal aweta of tbe CoaopAiiy f26,0M 76 HI. LlABiiitTlBd.i ,e aainaat of Lfabllitlwi, tfrte or sot die, to Banks tnd other ereditort-. Mob. ww Miiafted and dae , , , , ,,, ... do Leoaeea aotAd a4 aot daa. do Ixweeeeaiatljnatjd , - tpT7ft LoaM ia ftbpeaaaj, w iuiix: kr itirtoer proor....- nor a. AJ1 ovber ciaima4taint Liie .omiexaj S3 3S To'tl LiabUltiat IV. MloCILLASlOUd. Theajra-teet amount .BfOTvd loanTOiwrtak.fl5.Cv), but will not g'Uerallr escMMt $iu wJ. The apra'e amoant alto! b ice rait to be ia- aarfrr IO ailj on Cllj, WW u nr vimb-b u imvm upon the siS4t loo i Ion, d-acria ioa of BnilJinsa Band Htt ftm of est Btohi(isT nrne. The i(rsAtt amoQat bJUwoI io la insarai tn aor One DiOt X oaf foot apn e7ovvcir Hiuitmiw, uut no want ia author. sed ro laae mo e than fuuO m.t s.nv one nalt except tn ateclal cae. Tbe amoant of iu caoitei or asraizive devoeftea in an Cher state, aa curiiy ror ioae uiereia. DamtLg tneiii, with the amount in &ch. aad whter aort. com nan tranaeu any aotioeaa ol insnranrat In Mtrl ttktst OT ata. flofje Tbo Caerter, or act of incorporation of aald Ocmp aj larnlaaACd wita a. a. eiaiemaDi. State of New Tork . .a Vooniy oi few iora. J . CT T rLflORrf Praafc'ent. mod WIT LI A MM. B A UDELL tfecntarr of tbe eo.iit Tire lea?r- anca ooipanr, bMog eereraur awoia.oepodtaaca aarf that the foregoing tea full. uu anl correct atatmeot of allaJra of the eaid Company th the said InaoTauice oxwnr id the bona tkie owner of at aeaatt UN E HUDttAO THOUSAND DOLLARS ot actual cath capital invented tn Stocka and Bond, or In m tgagMS on Real as'at, worth dt ohie tue amount for rMc the ame a mortmged; tht the aoaroeeeerip a i3veatventa1 nor any per. lawi, are atwde tor the b eirrit of arp BuliTtdaei exarcla ing aathontf in the managMnent ot said imaazir, either as rreairJfnt, e roUary treeinrer, Uiiect r. orothecwiets that the n.ortggs aoove oeaoiikxtd nave not betjn eaiUtn-4, nor in aor meaner rcieasaa or impaired by eaa O-maany; and thaU they are the abore dajecr bed olUcera of said Jnavrnce ttompavn. U. T . U aAdXAVA-"! aVATJaUwasa. WM. M. KinilbSieitf). Bnbeuibvvl and twora be tore w, Ihts day oi i, I. k.Mh. mriifled that tha tore corn a la a cor rect coav ol tba St.tement cf condition of tba Beeolnte rire loaaiasna voain44ur 4,4 " - .w... owde 10 lAiaeiScaiar the 7 eat 44WI, and aow oalua rl-- . i. ' -4 wttoeaa aar aaaw .uwir. fT.t A. TAIi.lk, L .. Audit m of stata. CEETtFICATE or AUTHORITY. (To mxt'j oa the Slat day of January, issx) Acsrroa or Stati's Omca, CB, . "I rtiT, V la.cXAaca ireriaTMs COLtra bcs. unio, apnary 1 Wbereaa. tha BE90LCTE IIH2 l8C'it5CB fXlJI FAkf, looated at IScw Tork, ib the r lata of Nw Verb, haa med in tht odica a sworn at.--stent of liseondtttoB, e required by tn. Brat erctioa of tba act "Toreta'ato tn.arancatjoiBbioieanot loor aorttedby tha State of Oiilo," aaasd aarti s. law: and, wbereaa, aald oomany haa rurnlned tae ua deratined eatutac ory erideoca that it 1. sceeeeae4 of at leaat One Unndnd ihona nd liollari of actual capital tnrerrted In .toclt, or Is hoed., or la mort- gneee at raal eetaa, womb oouoie am wta ch th lame Ml mo.aa4rt4; and, wa.re, eatd coai?any haa iWdln tba urate a en 11 ton in'tramaoc uaor ita coryraia eeai, eina wj - . . and secretary tbereof otb .rrilMt any em-nt or wonts of Hid oomsanr lo Uta BiAta, to auanowl. "f. aarrioa ol .iiiaai. for acd la beoa'l o eatd company , eowmiiDR 44444. -- - shallba takes acd hed 10 be aa ealld aa It Miy.d BaaB tba coataaa, atworaiaa mj-44-. 44. .44 ad, 'otuer AtA'e, aad wairtna all otaitn or Tiaht of error, er naeoe of ca acaaowtdgateni .of aarrlca. pj ay nwiwii x --.4- ' " " of tbe amr.eMd act, 1, aobert W. Taylor, Auditor ot biatefor ibe Bute of Ohio, do bereoy certify tbat ceiei Beeorta a ira InaaraaeaCotaaaay of .w Ya bl aulboftaed to traneaat tne bn.ia.i ot ftra Icara ,ca la tbta Etaranmil lh, thirtj.nr.te.ro Jmtarr. in the ytaionathoaaandalshthaatiraaaad alxtr tar-e. IB WITHIS8 WBBBBOF, I haea beraonte f. .1 snbacrlbed my name and oaa-d tne eeal er 1 f mrcSce to ba adlxad tba daj aad rear . wrttass. .1 , W TATtl., ab4 An-litjr 0 stataw . - . . v 1 a 1 I a I ... -w. . ..v-iV,4..T.rHT!tai'r. will ba aro-.H att-odad Or .era lett ! no. a - -. 1" 1 idedaj.i V. Flkelt-it. Atr&Awd Kiltie fl. W. lliA-A,asa, : pia:;otc;. nL'sVELAAND FAPKta COMPA- I , f Yiarnirv-rers of B'8, BiX'B aaal STftJi-!'. i Pil-.i. (ivdars ! led aroroMT. Ctfr-oe i; 3aert.jraa.