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Lirtu Miami A fwwi Xnru ft $ ' tTl. '" Hlght Bxpreie, tl Day ton, 9:00 A . M . Cincinnati Aooommodaltn. 6:Wi A. M. til Egress luu... 1.54 P. M Arrives. 8::WA. U. P. M. fcM P. M. , " Jico. W. Dohmtt, Agent Ooirmsrj A OUvklamd Jt. k. f-, iv lBrtit Rxur..aWU .. A. It. ,-, l:0A.M Ne York repress 315 P. M. ' ):0 P. ',',.' V " ,V i?, i IiH PAi-mton, Agent : 4:00 A. M." 1:30 A. M Davl'Wc 8:10 P- If. 1:80 P. 11 i'taiiirttagl. (III! MallTniln.' .'......a.. 4:00A.M. 1:10 A. M HiDTflM TrtlD. 1 P. II. 1:30 P. 11 , iu'l i. ' -: Jos. BuBWioW, Agent. ' i c . . Cw.uMBCI fc IxounoroLii, ft. R. . - CP(.vkstr 1'iq.tf misA B. R.) Ohlcexo Express 8:00 A. M. 8:05 P. M No.U", .V""f P. . 11:J0A.M. ViIm,t?VMV WW A.M. 8:3 P. H A.? f, . fy.'IT.r' ' W. inrni, Agent. Tb Baffle Call I The war ha Bcgnnt A War of Extermination . ataln.t Bad Teeth, Bad Breath i ,Dlaead Game, Toothache Ear. ache, and Neuralgia.- ". '.V-9P.Wn.WRI IB DR..WM, B. HUItD'3 r . -... ... . DENTAL TREASURY: A COMPLtTt SET Off KCHKDIES FOR ,, V . . PRESEKYING THE TEETH, PIlEIinStt THE BREATH & MOtlTff, I -5 AND ; CUPJNQ TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA 7 '' Dr. Hurd'a Celebrated MOUTH WASH, one bottle- i " Dr. Hurd'a Uueqaalled TOOTH POWDER, one dos. J Dr. Hdrd'e Mglo TOOTHACHE DROPS, one Dome. Dn llurd'i Uariwlled rHEURALGIA PLAS TER. tr'l:'::;-J. ;'. ";" Zf. uri'l UAJfVAL on thSttt tteantaf Pr- rvtng tht Ttt iuUno DlrtaUont for thi Proptr ATtatmmi of vnuartn t litii; FLOSS BILK for OUtmng bttwtmih Tuth: s ..TOOTH riCKS, tfc.ttc ....... Prepared at Dr. Unrd' Dental Office, 7T Fourth Bt.f Brooklyn (It D)..ii J. j; ; r - Frio ONE DOLLAB; or, SIX for $5. 30 The CENTAL TESASCat mikei I package lint Inches b7 flre, tod la tent by expreai. Kj dinttloruor e on wA arUelt, Tat foUowmg arilclea wo can tend separately, b mall, Tla: The Xreallso on Prceervlng; the Teeth, ant, poit paid, on (be receipt of Iwelre Oenta, or four Btampa. Xba Nenralgla Plaeter, for Neuralgia In the face. Hernial Headache, aid Earaohe, lent, pcit-pald, on reoelpt of klghleen Oeota, or nix aiampa. Thi neuraigiaand Atbeumatlo Plat ter (large aiaaj, for Palol In the Chest, Bbonlders, Sack, or aojr pari of the body, sent, post paid, on receipt ef Iblrty ssTea Oenta. . , . . . Addreee, , t ' ..YlfMB. HURD & CO., 'Tribijne Buildings, New York. Dr. E3o's MOOT II WASH. TOOTS POVDIR. COOIIlAOUJi DUOl'S Oiuuot be eent bT inall.bat they can prolwbly be obtained at your Drug or Periodical Btorea If tby cannot, send to us for the DENTAL TRaABCRXt arlce., Om Dolla. which contain! them. v.... v .. NOW, : Lre Dr. Kurd's Preparations Good? tit beat eridenct that they are Is, that ' their flnnrst frlnda and beaa palnme are those who hare used them longest. Da. William B. Hurd la an emlDtnt Dentist of Brooklyn, Trtaiuiar of tho haw York btata Dsnttsta' Atsoeiatlon, and tbeaa preparations bar been used in bis prtrate practice for jeaia, acid no leading oltlicn of Brooklyn or Willlaattbergh qaetilona Uuli exoellenct, while eminent Deatlata ol Mew York reoommead them aa Mm beat known to the profession. Wilhoul the aid of adrar Using, dealers bare sold them by the gross. Th kflltor at the Brooklyn Dally Times lays: "We are happy to know that our friend, Da. Hoas, Is auo eeedlng beyond all expeetatlou with bla UOUl'll WaBil and TOOTH POWDUI. The grou secret of bis success nsta with the faet tbst nil akticlcs aRI rxkoiaxLT -WBiT tuit ah Rinuman to aa, as wa can tistui RoM TBalrl LOSO tea.!' ' .... The we.l kDotrn P. T. B.rnam writes: "I found your TOOf 3 POWDia so gocd that my family hare used it all up. We fiod It the best Powdor for tbe Teeth that art eref used. I shall feel obliged if you will tend me another supply at the iluseum at your cocrenlenoe, with tnil." v But their east la to small that erery one may test the AMttarforhlmwU. 17 Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr. HoRo'e Tooth Powder eontalna no acid, nor alkali, nor eharooal, and nollshei without wearing the enamel. Use What will Dr. Hurd's Effect? ' Remedies St. Hurd's K0UT3 WABII md TOOTH POWDER trill glee to youog ladies that finest charm in woman I eaeet breath and pearly teeth. Try tbem, ladlea. Da. BrjRD'e Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder will cleanse the mou'.b from all foul exhalatlona; and If used In the morning, will mske the breakfast bete sweeter and the day begin more pleasantly, liundnde of persons ran testify to tb(s. Try tbtm, gentlemen. Da. Hokn' Month Wash and Tooth Powder are the beat preparations In the world for ourlng Bad Breath and glTlng ormnesa and health to the gums. Hundreds o, oaaea of Diaeased Dletding flume. Sore Mouth, Canker ate., bare been cured by Dr. llurd'i astringent wash. Dr. Scrr'i MOUTH WASH and TOOTS POWDER (ire an additional ctieim to oouriahtp, and make hus bands more agreeable to their wires and wires to their husbands. Tney should.be used by erery person bar- ARTIFICIAL TEETH, rhlol! art tlabfo t to part a taint tjO the mouth. i ' Dr. Hdrd'i" TOOTBAOlIS DROPS cure Toothache arising frora exceed nerves, and are the best friends that fteieuta can hare In the house to Bare their children from torture and Ihemielres from loss of sleep and sympathetls offsilng.u, - jr i , ;TBi :. r- . , ' fAae and Mtdumtsl you cannot well afford to negLKt your teeth, for a triUlug earn, you can now get nreeerratiree, than which Rothactiild or Aitor can get nothing better, he member that DYoPEFbIA and COK CMtlON OF THE LUNG 4 often originate in Hegleet of Teeth.'' Bend for the Trmllt on TtMt, and read Dr. Vltoh'i observations on -this subject. - If too late to arrest decay In your own teeth, save your children's --v ' ;;lit-; lv. Neuralgia Plasters. ilj el a.vr.l , i) ,'- Da. Hcrd-i .SKOBALQIA FON-ADHE8IVB PLAB TBEB are the most pleaiant and aucoemul remedies erer preaortbed for this palnlnl diaeasa. 'Xha pal lent ap;, Ilea ns aoon-beoomsa drowsy,- falls asleep, and awakes free from pain, and no blister or other uopleiaant or Injurious coBseqaenoea ensue. . lor Bajuchs and MsaTooa BuOAcanc, apply according to direetlona, and relief will eurelr follow.: Notrrina can be obtained eqnal w. Dr. .Hurt's Oompma 'for Neuralglt. Try them. They are entirely a novel, ourloue. and original prepar ation, and wonderfully suooesalul. They -are of two llaee,ene small, for the faoe, prioe 15 oenta, and the other large, for application to the body, prioe 37 cents. WtU b mmM on mtijt if prlet and one itamp. What are the People Doh The Amerlcfti people are Intelligent enough til appre ciate preparatlone that contribute so much to the happl ' nesa of those using them, and they want them. Svery mallbrlnge us letters, soms ordering the TrkatisI Off Terra, some the Wroraiqia Plistshs, and not a few en eleetng 37 cents for the MonTR Wash, to be sent by mall; me to ween we are vowpvuvu w rcpiy mat it ib impoeii kle to lend a half pint bottle by mall. The people want rthese Remedies Row il the Who Kill tupptythmt ciiiicEjFdR agents; flhrewi agents can malie a small fortune In' carrying theso article! nound to lamillet. The DkittaIi Trbas' sit la the neateat article that man or woman can carry around. Bead for one and see or, better, a doaeno which I will sell, aa samples, for 7. Aaenta luppliea liDer- ally with otreTJiarsr JXJ3 ow is tho time to go tnto-J the buaireaa, to do govd, and make a profit. We are the buaireaa, to do govd, and make a profit fpemdiiig thousands for the beietit of agei aglnd men and women! hen j, eomotbing thonsanda lor the ba.ietlt of aientl. New nice, ana euaooe to take tbe tide at I ts flood Address, WaB. HURD tSi CO., , Tribune-Buildings, 1.- s i hNJK"VV YORK, t mnlttanoea may be made with eonfldenoe, W. B. l,o. refer to the Mayor Of Brooklyn! to a. W. i a. President Farms' and Oltiisns' Bank, Brook. j .t, ooa At Co., hew York; to t. T. Jarhpk, ew York, etc., eto. I ShV Dhicr -'Sfif jtsnura FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 28, 18G3., TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. FROM WASHINGTON. Jeff Davis Proposes to Compromise. OFFICIAL DISPATCHES FROM COM. GOLDSBORO. Order in Relation to State Prisoners. Congressional Apportionment. Congressional Apportionment. FROM EUROPE. American Question in the British Parliament. FROM MISSOURI. FROM MISSOURI. Gen. Curtis in Possession of Lafayetteville, Ark. &c. &c. &c. From Washington. HIW YORK. Feb. 26 A aoaolal dlanatch tn the Tribune eaya chq, Houae bill foe tbe appor tionment of the jnembera of Conrrea auoog the Statei, to day? paaaed botbr'Huosea. The amendment which waa adoDted. tflve. one ad. ditional member to tbe IS n tea of Vermont. Raode Ialund, Fentiaylvanla, Ohio, Kentucky, IlllDoia and JUinneaota, la oonaequeooe of the large frotiong Is the population of those Statei not represented by tbe lawaa it firat passed the uouse. ion. vnio, wnion now haa twentr.nnn membera, by the lntr aa it paaaed tbe flouao got eiguiasu, auuuj tuo mengmeut tt will get Dine teen membera.' v ine b ill on Iv rrnuima h rrcaiaeni-a aignaiore to become a law. ' , . . ..... . . " ' 1 he Armory committee of tbe Home will to. morrow report in favor of eatabllahinir a natinnal foundry eaet of the AUeghanies.andan armory, uuuur; buu luauuiautuxiug araenai west of tbe Alleghanlea; the aitea pf .all to be eeleoted by five commissioners appointed bv the President. who shall report within alzty daja to the Seore tuy of War, who shall aeud the result, together njuj cBtiuiBiea ui tuo tnat, to toogreis. - iue tbree works west are intended to bammed at different points. ' j -. t . i . j a j v ibe Senate commutes on Naval Affalra will report a reduotioaof theaalariea of nffl. cere, of 3D per cent, on tbe highest grade, 15 per cent, oa tbe intermedial, and 10 per cent, on the lower; also, the abolition of all navy agenciee and naval storekeeper, officers, and tbe hemp and live oak agencies, transferring the duties heretofore performed by these of&eera to paymasters of the navy on duty at or near tbe different navy yards and stations, under regnla. none to ne maae oy the oeewterj of ths Navv. or order of tbe President. ' l4 1 A vote will probably be reached In the na. it Mr. Starke, applioaot for tbe seat of, a Sena tor from Oregon, to morrow or next day. Tbe first question will be on tbe amendment of Sen ator Sumner, which in effect declares that Starke, aharged by affidivita and otherwise with disloyalty, ts not entitled to bIseeat until the truth ot these ohargea shall have been, invest!-.. gited. should tlilS amendment be voted down,' Mr. Starke will be admitted to ble sett: should it be adoptei, a fall question npoa the sufficien cy of tbe evidence of his disloyalty will re main. The vote'tiuon- Mi'v Sumn er'. amend. meat will be a eioue ose but there la reason to fear that it will be defeated The Herald's eorrespoDdcbt gays': Tbe roads ou both sides of the Potomao were getting into good condition rapidly, until a rain atorm set In this evening, which haa again ren dered them almost Impassable fur lauded teams. :a report "ijon. cioaiaa- waa abet U nig oamp to-day ia quite current; this evening it la disbelieved. , . , Washington, Feb. 28. Tai followine is a copy of the bill as passed, authorizing tbe issue of certificates of iudebtedneaj topiibljo credit ores ' ... , i -i, t. - . -' . .. Bt it enacted, etc.. That the Searetxr of th Treasury be and hereby ia authorized to cause to be Issued tceuy'nublia creditor who mav ha desirous to receive tbe same bpon requisition of sue neao oi me proper department, tn satisfac tion of audited and abided demands againat the (Jolted Siates, certificates for tbe Whole amount due, or part, thereof , not less than one thonaand dollars, signed by the Treasures o the United States, end countersigned aa may be directed by the Secretary of the Treasury; which certifi cate snaii ne payaDio one year from date, or earlier, at tbe option oi the Government,, and shall bear interest at the rate of six ner cent. - j WAsamoTOri;. Fob. ?7,Tbe, Navy Depart- menu naa reoetvea oieptcoe irom tiom. Uolds bore dated tbe 20th lnst,i He bad received the oulolal accounts' of the vtiiti of Our Teasels to Edentoaand to the Currituck canal.. The light house at Cape UaUerae mat now be lighted with perfect safety. ......... Tho names of tbe i men of-wai destroyed by our vessels since the fleet reached Hatterae Ll- and, are aa follows: Tbe beabird, flag steamer; the Curlew, and tbr Fanny, all steamers; and tbe Black Warrior, it schooner-. The steamer Bills was captured.'. A new. aunboat on the stocks at Elizabeth City , waa also destroyed, making seven vessels in all'. Each of the first six were.remarkably well armed as gunboats. All of them, excepting' the Curlew, were de stroyed or captured ia the attackrof Elisabeth city.-. ;t ; .s IU. As our loroes took andigt.arbed possession of Edentou, part of a flying artillery regiment, variously estimated .at ftom, one hundred and fifty to three hundred, fled precipitately with out firing a ahoW . Many of tbe Inhabitants at-' so left in consequence. - There are no fortifies- pona at or in the water approaches to tidenton. Among the results of the exoedltion. are the destruction of eight oannon and onesohooner on tbe slocks at Edecton. Two schooners were captured in the Sound, one having four thousand ousheis oi oorn. dix bales of cotton were taken from tbe custom bouBe wbarf. There were no publio stores In - the town..- The oBatom bouse was empty, - . .... ' Commodore Goldiiboro aayg ho remained two boura abreast of. the town, and waa visited by the authorities and others, many of Whom pro fessed sentiments of loyalty to tbe old Union. A proclamation dated the' 18th instant, and eigned Jointly by Commodore Ooldsboro and Geo. Burnside, to the people of North Carolics, sy: ' ' ,. ''. '-. ' . " . " ' "The mission bf iue Joint) expedition is not to invade any rights, but to assert the authority of tbe Uulted States and to close with tbem tbe desolating war brought upon the State by com paratlvely a few men n thell midst." t, ;..., . Thy proclamation conclude! aa follows; " " ''We invite yon, in the name of the Constitu tion, and In that of virtuous loyalty and civili sation, to separate yourselves' atoucefrom their malign kfiuenoe,'to rttuifl.to jour alIeglanoer ur(t and not compel Qs to resort further to the foroe nnder our control.-! The Government asks only that ita authority may be recognized, and we repeat that In no manner or way does it desire to Interfere with' your laws constitutionally eetauiisueu, juur lnaiiiuuong or snv Kind what ever, your property of any aort, or your wages In any respect." . Tbe RepaW1OTnlMffiaVes Ibfife" TTtrutbTn tbe story that Jetr'-a'avis bad made overtures for compromise, it is said be asks t conven. tloa ol all the Staw.r 10, xlefiultelv. adluat the questions ait issue, and squires new guarantees tor slavery, jw v Bit. wusonoi maiiaonusett will to-morrow m m nT I . ut , Introduce in th Benate Joint resolution to ex - I i 1 teQefaid ti MaryUddJaiuOl Delaware, iuuidflr (hat tber may abolish alavery. Mr. Carjitron fecolved Ul ual loelraotioa to-day i Mlalatur to Eatiila.' f;dward U, Hoiub U ippolnted bla Cdorotarr of Legation4. 8 It la oooaldered doubiuL whether the bill for tba rodugtloo of the pi jot ffl o'Uoara wi)l pais. It la'underatobd 'thai' Ifie rj'omfrialtorf of Gent Soolt at Mlolater Eztraordluarv to. Max too haa Deeri wjtlidrawa, t ; . . . . - , -, ... t From Missouri. St. Louia, Feb.; 87 Col.' Wood'a Cavalry haa drtvtn tbo enemy ay! of Dent. Texaa and Howell coantlca Missonri, and takonalzty rebel prlaonen. . ,. ... A Carlo dlipatoh aava hotTf rumblloa axfllo ilona wore beard jeeterday in tbe dlreotlon of Uolumbua. 1 be enemy la eopposed to De blow ing up thalr enirenchnaeote. ....'. . Cnom Hollow, kit.. Feb'. 24, via St. Luke, Mo., 87. Our army In waiting; forauppliea, and won't be likely to move for tea or twelve days. Price and McCulloch Ate beyond tbe Uoston mountalna. Our troopa took noajcsaion o( Favottoville at eleven o'clock A. M. yeaterday,. ,TU rulna of the town ware smoking when the troopa catered, The rebels are badlr demoralized. A Loulsl- ana and a Tezaa regiment aro with MoCullocb. Only one Union Man in Clarksville, Tennessee. Crioaoo. A soeclal disoatcb to the Times, dated Clarksvllle, Tenn., February 3, glvea a gloomy ao.ount pf the state of tbe feel ing there, and says there is but one Union man In town, lie Is sixty years old, or be would have been killed long ago. Hon. Cave. John-: sod, who waa a powerful advocate for tbe Union until the war commenced, Is now as powerful on the otner aide. It says the only effect of our suoofsg will be to drive tbe people of Tenuetsee into lbs moun tains, ana reouor tbem desperate, - 'Ibere Is not a spark or Union feel de here: nobody pretends to disguise the fact,. .The peo ple of Clarksvllle glory in secession, but at the same time trembling, lest the town be burned. Ibere wag a lares Quantity oi rebel stores nere, a part oi wbicn were carried oir, and tbe remainder destroyed 1 be rebel leaders shipped thousands of ne groes last week from Clarksvlllo. Official-Executive Order No. 2, in Relation to State Prisoners. WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 It fa ordered, First That a apeclal commis sion of two persons, one of military rank and me other in civil me, be appointed to examine tba. cases el tbe mate prisoners remaining in the military custody bf tbe United States, and to dotermlnO' whether. In view of the publio aafety and the existing, rebellion, they ahould remain! in military custody, or be remitted to the eivil tribunal for trial. .'. :.. Second That Major General John A. Dix, commanding in Baltimore, and the Hon. Edward Pierpont, of New York, be and they are hereby appointed commissioners for the' purposes above mentioned, and they are authorized to examine, near and determine tbe eases aforesaid ex parte and Is a summary. manner, at such tlmei and places at In- their discretion they may appoint, and make full report to the War Department. , EDWIN M. STANTON, Secretary of War. Lose by the Boston Fire. Boston, Feb. 27. The ' loss- by the 'fire In Commercial street was one million Of dollars'. on which tbe Insurance ia halt a million. The death of rresldent Felton, at Chester. Pennsylvania, yesterday, created A profound sensation at Havard College, and in' our ooflt mnnity generally. - ' , From San Francisco. San' Faanciscj, Feb. 2G. Arrived Steamer St. Louis, from Panama. Tbe weather Is clear ing np thla afternoon, but late severe rains have generally interrupted communication with the country, and made most of the streets ' of Sac; ramento City navigable by small boats. 8an , Fbanojsc). Feb. 27 Arrived ahln Charger, 49' 'day. from Hong Kong; steamer Cortta from Oregon and British Columbia, bringing $120,001) in gold. ' loo weauer tbcouEuout tne noctnern coast has been very cold. Many parsons oa tbe way Irom Portland to tbe mines nave been frozen to death.' Thousands are detained at Portland till pries! opens, who recently left California for tbe new Eldorado, n i , .- . ,i Tbe whale ship JMcnh Grlnheli has arrived from Paita, fern, wish 1500 barrels ol sperm.'. fr?.-.' ii i m From San Francisco. Gen. Curtis in Possession of Lafayetteville, Ark. St. Louis, Feb. 27. The following dispatch waa sent from headquarters to-day: Major-General MoClcllan, Washington: U en orel Cutis baa takeu possesaiou of La fayettevtlle, Ark.j capturing a number of pris oners, stores, baggage, etc "The enemy t,urnd part of the town before leaving.. They have crossed Boston Mountains In great oonfusion. We are now n, possession : of all their strong- holds. . . -n!..i..l - I -'..-. . Forty-two officers and men of tbe 5th Mlssoa ri oavalry were poisoned at Mudtown, by eating poisoned food, which tbe rebels had lelt behind them. - The gallant Captain Dollar died, and Lieut. -Col. Van Derlch and dpt. Suhman have suffered much, but are ri covering. The Indig nation of our soldiers Ib very great, but they have been restrained from retaliating upon, the of war. ' (Signed) H. W. HALLECK, Major-General. Major-General. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. Mr. Wilson reported back from tbe Military committee, the bill providing lor a na tional foundry and furnace, with an amend ment striking out tbe furnace. "' ' , "', - mt. Davis oDcred a Din as a substitute for the confiscation bill. ' Ordered to be printed. The bill to increase the efficiency of tbe medical department of the army, was taken Up. ,:.'...;'.'. . ' '. . lhe benate admitted Mr. Starke as Senator from Oregon by yeaa 26, nays 19. . ... , mr. starce appeared and took the oatu. . Tbe Senate then resnmed tbe consideration of the bill in relation tf the medical depart ment oi we army. . , , .. .,..(. House. Tbe House concurred in the' report of the committee of Conference in the disagree. ing amendments to tbe bill making appropria tions for sundry civil expenses. : ' ' '' Mr. wright introduced a Joint resolution that tbe proclamation of Andrew Jaokaon ou the subject of nullification, together with the Fare well Address or w ssuingtonbe printed for Qis- tributlon:-.- ' ' . " ' ,' Mr. Stevens moved the addition of the Dec laration of Independence. Agreed toand ' re1 ferred to the committee on Printing. ' " : , I be consideration pi tbe Upton oou tested election case waa resumed, -, ."....i- The House deolared 73 aealnst 50 that' Mr. Upton was not entitled to a seat. . Air. Davis, from the committee on Eleotions. made a report, accompanied by resolutions, that John Kline Is not, but that John P. Verce is, entitled to tbe seat from tho 3d Congressional Diatrlct of Pennsylvania,- Its consideration waa postponed. . . , ? , On motion of Mr. Waabburne, from tbe Gov ernment Contract committee, a resolution was adopted oalllog on the Secretary of War to com municate to tbe House the report and corres pondence of the commlesson sitting at St. Louis lor the examination ot claims growing out of aUttirs in tbe Western Military Department. A Citizen of Columbus Drowned. Zanisvilu. Pea. 26 A small man,, appa rently thirty years old, Sandy complexion, was louno drowned in tne muskingnm river near Rokeby, thla morfllng. From papers found, he ia supposed to be Jamea L. Mathers, of Colum bus. tie was traveling with, a, horse ana b sod" bjs.y; "Wa T. bad a book ia bis buggy marked, ' (Signed) DAVID H. MORTLEY, Steamer Jonas Powell. Buckner and Tilghman on route for Fort Warren. Clivilaitd, Feb. 27. Generals Backnor and Tllgbman passed here this morning, ea.routejox ran warren, under charge ei uu i ooataa -.h tn. aariii iininw i i:i,.'til New York. Feb. 27. The actual number of , nrinn.ri takan at Koanoka island is twentv four hundred and eighty-eight. Arrival of the Hibernia. PoBTtuiD,; Mr,, Feb. 27 The steamship Hibernla, from Liverpool 13tb, via Londonderry Mtb, arrived here this afternoon. 1 Amerloao affaira Iliad been debated la tbe House of Lords, and papers relative to tbe blockade of tbe Southern ports were promised soortiy by tan xf-nsaeu. Tbe European political news is geuejally no Important. - . ... t 1 ths Etna for New York was detained till tbe 13th. i, . . Sales of ootton In the Liverpool market, for the three dava including Wednesday, were 20,000 bales; market firmer with upward ten- tendy, but prioes were without change. Bread stuffs were still declining, except whoat, which waa quiet but ateady. Provisions dull u onsois 'JZ(2U J for mooey. . LATEST VIA LONDONDERRY. LivgarooL. Feb. 14. Cotton Sales of the week 64,01)0 bales', market closing nnobanged but firmer. Salea to day la.uuu Dales. Bread stuffs . steady. ' Provisions declining. Consols 93U formonev. Ilia Hlbernia'a datea are five days later wan those already at bad., , ' J ""'. uriat Britain Parliament waa oiscnssing Amorioan affaira In the House of Lords on tbe 15ih inst.' Earl Carnavan said be bad received Information that no' less than three British sub jects were confined in tbe prisons of tbe Federal uoverument, and bad been were lor several months, denied a trial or tbeif release, unless they took an oath of allegiance to tbe United States. He hoped that the Government would iae earnest steps in the ease, and at onoa de. elare wbatwaa to be the eoiition of British sub Jeotein the Federal States. - .' . ." '. barl Rtiesell said that Lord Cam a van- could hardly bave read .the paper wbiob bad been laid on the table, for if he bad be would bave seen that these cases bad been brought under1 the notice of the Government. Neither bod be made allowance for the peoullar state of af fairs In the United States, wbiob Justified ar gent measures. In England Parliament bad given the Government In druea of .difficulty an. thority to arrest persona id susplnioo,.and it had to be frequently done without their bolng orougnt to trial, mis uovernment bad com plained of tbe arbitrary manner in wbiob tbeae arrests had been made by the sole authority of toe x resident, witnoat legislative laootion. tie waa not disposed to defend the acta of the Uni ted States Government. . Congress bad decided that tbe prerogative belonged to tbe President, ana ir be believed that the parties were engaged in treasonable Conspiracies, . as alleged, be (Lluasell) did not see bow Her Malestv'a Gov. eroment could interfere with a practice which was absolutely neceeaarw, although it was exer cised with unnecessary harshness. The Amer ican Government alleged that they bad undoubt ed proof of the complicity of thtae persona In conspiracies, and tbia Hor Majesty 'e Govern ment was not in a position to contradict; but they had entered a strong lemonstranoe against the manner In which the arrests were marin and the prisoners treated, and tbeiv case weuld be earnestly watched by them.'' ' &arl Malmtbnry, in askloe for the nanera connected with the blockade, complained that tne i imes naa deliberately represented that Earl Derby advocated its being forcibly raised. Ho approved the oonduct of the Government, and the question was one for tbem alone to de cide; .but it was desirable to know what was tbe real state of the blockade, He expressed doubts of ths policy of the declarations of Paris in 1826, and did not believe tbev would or could be carried out In great' ware, when cir cumstances would be too strong for abatraot principles. birl Kuesell said that on the first nlcht ha was glad to find that tbe noble Earl opposite had approved of the conduct of the Government, and the country must feci confidence when all its leading man agreed. . Tbe papers were now beina- printi d. Tbev would be In th ir Lard. ships' hands before long, (and be hoped they wuuiu reserve laeir opinions tin men, consider ing tbe importance of the question. ' In tbe House of Commons, on the 10th Inst., Mr. Cobden gave notice that at an earlv dav ha Intends! to bring under the consideration of the House the state, of Jnterjational law, as it af ieot the right! of belligerents. - ; An order bad been received at Portsmouth to reduce the number of men and guns of the ebips of war in commission. .' : : . . . The London Daily News reviews theetiearii- ment at Mill Springs, Ky., as a genuine and Im portant Federal success, and thinks, If tbe Fed eral troops engaged in it may be taken as a representative specimen of tbe Union armv aa b has become under MoClellan, tbe result ot i.ivt ,uu uaviotrv vviuo uaubOS DSJ uOQOteO. -' toe diplomatic correspondence concerning the interveuliou in WexUio bad beau laid before Parliament. . . : ..t. . Earl Ruaiell, in a late letter to Sir Charles Wjke, touching the rumor that the Archduke Maximilian will be called to tho throne of Mex ico, eaya: If the Mexican people, by a sponta neous movement, place the Austrian Archduke on the throno, there is nothing in the convention 19 prevent u. wa tne other band, we could be no party to forcible intervention for this pur- fVBD. - ........... , Feanc. Paris letters say that Mr.' Slidell bad been received by M.Thoarenal,la a pri vate capacity, bis diplomatic assumotlon of pparacter oetng distinctly ignored.' raris nourse dun, and tbe rentes were quoted at 7lf 25c - The cotton manufacturers at Gonna. hn am. ploy upward of -twenty-five tbooeand hands, held a meetine to consider" means of allit. trig tbe effects of the present crisis in tbe cotton trade). A committee was appointed to report on tbe matter,' -': . .. . The January malls from the coast of Aftlca had reached England. Increased aotlvity In tbe slave trade was reported. . Tbe withdrawal the American tqnadroa led .Immediately to large increase ot tbe (number af weasels oar rying th American flagy A bark' from New U.. . --1 II J . r. . . ' 1 ... - . . . AuiB.. uu. Baiuug uuuer jjnunn colors, naa pcen seized in tbe roads of Cap Coast, on the sus picion tnai ane waa a alaver. . . LATEST VIA LONDONDERRY. Livxrmol, Fi. 13, P. M. It waa intended to dispatch the steamer Great Eastern for New Xork in April. 'the London limes Of the 13th Dubliahea fur-, ther correspondence from Russell from New York. In it the writer says that the army of the Potomac ts not likely to move till the win ter is over, and that a mutinous spirit prevailed among tho men, many of -. whom are better off than ever they were; and that the various expeditions by sea bad eo; far accomplished nothing of moment. The affair fa Kentucky be regards as the greatest success yet achieved by the Federals, r. 1 .. . , ; r. i-t.t A great popular demonstration took place at Genoa on aunday, the 9ih, in favor of Victor Emaouol, and Home aa tbe Oapital of Italy. At Milan, on the samo day, prepara'.iona had been made for a demonstration, but the muni cipality issued a notice thatsuoh demonstrations wore useless and advising tbe Milanese to ex ercise their constitutional rights by signing the follow iue protest: "Although resDeotloe the sovereigu Pontiff of Rom as tbe bead of tbe cbnrcb, we look upon Rome aa th Capital of Italy, with one King Victor Emanuel." , Tbia proteat-eooo received an Immense Dum ber" of signatures.- - - ' ' ' Letters from Vienna are filled with mcsV la mentable accounts of the inundation. ' Tbe sub merged district In Vienna alone comprises a population of eighty thousand persona to, be provided for. Rain fell lor four day almost without intermission. Bridges and viaducts were destroyed, and. tbe railroad service waa nearly ail suspended. Several towns were also fnhpdated by ths Danube, Including Presbarg and Pestb. .:- -: - ... ; . The Times, In an editorial on Burnslde's Ex pedition, says the force i engaged 1 plainly Inadequate to the service, expected, and ii Burnside wishes success, he must intrench him self, establish a good base ot operations, and await reinforcements belore running the tlsk of Denetratlns ths enemy's country. . "lhe Great Exhibition building in London has been delivered up to the commissioners by the contractors. It was virtually completed at noon on the 12th ir-stant, aa stipulated In tbe nnntrant. '..' .'..- ..' ...I - . . Tbe Sumter Is eldll at Glbralter. Several of her crew who bad-landed wouldn't re-embark. - : - -' 'Cf : S From Fertress Monree. -FoRTRKS MoNRot, F. 25.Tb.".rpotd Joss of lhe.. Lxpresa la nniounaeo, - The steamer SDauldlair ' has ; arrived1 frtrs Haiieras. A large flre- on "the main land wai seen from Hatterae on Monday, whloh continu ed all dav. The fir was Still burning in the evening, when th Bpauioing uu. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, Feb. 27. OOTIOK- with en nnwaid tan a deocy; aales of BOO bales ra a basis el xvuo for mid dling uplands. XOUB-ThiTniriot Is acheral y without an terlal change, with only a limited luslrjess doing for ex- port and home ooniumplion. Bslei of 1,800 barrels at 4MiS SO for superfine state; IS 70SJ 73 for extra statet S BO for luperfiae westarnl 4 70(314 W for ooraiaoa to medium extra western; 3 BSS US for shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio) Su la0 Ii for trade brands do; market o losing dull, with no buyers at outiiae quotation!. CANADIAN t LOUR Rules dull, with a moderate bualnsee doing. tttt of SOU barrels at S3 VOU 40 for superftuei Sa70dtiS7tfoieommoa to choice extra. RYU rlX)Ua Unlet and ataadv! sales 300 bbls at S3 30 IDS It). COBlf Mltt-ThimsrketlsiUady; laleiofOOO bbls T.. . .aaa , - - ... WlIIBKir Market ODened with holder! onlte Bra at 8o. doted heavy and unsettled at SflX(S27o, with small WHEAT The market la dull and teavv. with sales of 4000 bush Canadian club at St 3J 0000 do prime red western si i u .tuue onoioeamDeraiai t; ouu ao white Uleblgiaai (I SO. - Kri aulee quiet and steady at 81390g as to qual ity. BAELKT-Without decided ebasre. Bale! 1500 bush iLtlltat nu. (JoBN Market heavy and lower: tales of JO, 000 buib at uiwoiMe lor old mixed weetera loitore; 7J4(ff04c afloat, nd SBtaOle for new yellow Jersey. OATB Dull) with aalee It 3tkIOio for Jersey, Canada, western and staw. . ' BUUAH Haw, more active: market firmer: fair to good rohnlna la quoted at 88Xo; sales of 1700 hbds uuds at OKtsr ho; itu nnas on prtrate tsrmi; 100 boxes IIaranaat7X($7Xo. ( . . - MOhASdkio koderately active; eales 107 hhds Cuba UoHovado at aiKol iU bbls do at UOs. and 30 btds on private terms. UUrrSB it o. active and Arm. with a fair business dologi salee have bees 1000 bags at lM3lo. - jiiuw viuiet ana wunout onange In prices. POmU-Less aotire. but the market till ratta varr firm) aales of 00 boUat 1J 745&M 30 for mem; $13 Ml 4H fur prime mess; I5 60(aV13 74 for clear; SO 40(3 10 74 for prime. . ,. BHBV linlea steadv with a moderate ibminil. salai of 200 barrel! at aa 0064 SO for ontr nrlm. a.VJi 4 Su foreountry moss, 1213 SO for repacked mesa, I3 ,jtaiou r extra neai. - - i , t , PKIMI MRBS BKltr-Qnlet and Arm: lea 100 lea atSOo. , . INDIA UIBB Bulei oulat. with sales of SO tierces at Sic. BHBf HAUB Onlai and ataadv: salM of SO U.la .t at lt)l7o. , OUT MB ATS In iood demand with rarki flrn.r: aatoa ef 330 packaiesat 4kl4o for weilsrn and eii shonlders, and 'or hams.- BAOON Bide. Icai actlvel sales ef 150 boxes at Se Cumberlacd, out middle, ; and 7Xo for weatern abort uiea- - UOOg Dreued.hlier: sales at IS SOdBI 30 for weit em. 4 87k'2S forcltr. jiABD Steady aod firm; salea SOW bbli it 7X3(o, Included In sales are SOO bbls nrima kattla rendered tor arcn ana April aeilvery at BKo. i BOTTita gelling: it HOB lis for Ohio. l(kB2la for IUUB. OHBB6K Steady at S97o. groUKB Irresular and dell, oloelna heavv. Ohlea go and Bock Iilaod 4SK; Galena k. Chicago 68K: XI 11 noli Central aorip preferred 03X, Harlem 13; Badwn 34, New York Central 63 H I Cleveland and Toledo 46; Michi gan Bouihern Beading 44; Brie preferred M uiinsua voicago t nonoe imi; united stales O'a oo; retlitered 98; Ameriean cold 101 X: ITnlUrl Hittei a'a 61; Oregon war loan Bl; Hudson 3d bonds S3; Treasury 7 3-10 iK, Tennostet'stOi MUaourlS's4St IlliaoU war loan ctv, umcago ana nortnweitem na bonds ,0. . ....... Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Uonoy quiet and firm.. ; : Call loans are making St 4(Js7 per cent. first olaai paper is quoted at 0X297 per cent. Sterllna' axehanira dall at W'.lUf&WiU tnr kanlra.U , , d - - - bill! . American sold Is selllnx st98W nerrent cnmlom. with large eales. - - - uovernment eerarltlei are in fair requsit: 7.30 Treas ury notee ere selling at Wx&Wjj". California cold ben are bearr at StaSH ner cent nr.- mluo. . C. 8. Demand Notes ire in brisk reoaeit it MAX ner cent premium. The banks are holding back these notes and ptytng ont tholr own eurrency. . - ...". Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Feb. 26. ILOUE Tbe market la unehanaed and tha AamanA limited. Tbe aalea oomnrlee SOO bbli at 4 SO tor fine; S4 004 SS for extra, and 4 704 74 for famll, ; '" sum m enass tie-merits, aaa itv ao- raaoy "kpleurean" ai 3 S4. . WBIBKrT The demand wu good and prioes advanced ra'o, wl,h sales of 1200 bbls at 17)t(Bl7Ko. tha laitar .at. forwafon j , PBOVI8IONB Tbe market was very flat to day, and nothing of oonsequenoe done. Buyers were holding off, while tellers were more anxloue. . - B aOON Balee ot 100 hhds sides at 50. LAttD-Balesot 140 toe prime elly it (7 10; offered freely at 7Uo. i i , , . , i , BaouLDJCRB tut evening 30.000 lbs balk shoulders sold at3opacke 0,-100,000 do at Bo loose, storage free nntll April 1st. and 3V.000 lbs at SHo. - aitt ruaa wm oeeted atari Own. BULK MX 4TB Offered freely at 3X4o. OOVfE B Is In good demand and ab30t 1500 bass sold on priraw irnaa " -- - - - 9 MOLABdBo Renalna anohanged. '' BUGAH TJnohanged. '' WHa AT The demand la limited and prices are droop- "ut not quotab.y lower. We quote prime red at i, ana prime onoice wntte at a I 05(Bl OS, gales 300 bush fair red at SSo. NO bush prime do at 98Xc, and 300 do good white at 1 04 OOBN The market Is firm with a good demand at SS mninr m ouu ai u. upper ana lower depoti; tbe reeeipta are fair. '' - . OAi'S The market to unchanged and dull: we auota tbem at B8e In bulk. , ' ' BXl The demand is fully up' to the supply 1ind the market rales Bra it 8253c far prime samples on arrlral. BAHLIT The market Is dull and prioes Irregular and loweri it tha cloaa It wai dtffianit f t Kva 70s for Mr to prime fall, S0S4o for inrlnxl SOO buih- He of fair fall sold at (So, and 900 bushels of prime iau ai ; uiis laai aajs waa maae early u the mora. In. ' MAT A on tinned fair demand tor tght-premed, and the market rules steady at 1(S13 Sttper ton oa arrival; the enpply ef looee-oreased la In axeaaa of tha Aaraand ana tne market ia a oil at f ut. tJUEKor. -The market for Weatera Beeerve la fl with a good demand at SXq for selected, audio, for exua lanje. B OTTER Prime and choice auallies of roll ire te good demand at 13iSiSe, bat the lower grades Ire dull ua stow or sais ai kdiw, - ; , -BSD The recetpn of shiver are lane and the mar set Is dull at 14 00 per bushel for prime on arrival, and 4 10 from store. Timothy is in but limited demand at go " Salo in IPcvirtltion. ; lolomon Boeker Yta Zt of "fr.ajIln Julia Ann dlloketal.) """" :"'" . Tff PCK8UANCB OF Aft ORDER OF X the nld Court to me directed, I will offer tor sale at publio ausuoa at the door of the Court Bouse, In tbe ui oi uoiumuus, on , . , , . -, . Saturday, the 15th day' of March, A. D. i8G2, at one o'clock P. M., ths following deeerlbed roil eitate, tltuate In Madison township, franklin oounty, 0., to-wlt: The 8 . fl ouarter of section 13, townihlp 10, range S 1, containing 100 aores, mors or lees. Also, 80 aorea, more or less, off tho west side ot the southeaat Quarter of eeo. tion 18, townihlp 10, and range SI, both aald pieces of ana oeing ui tne eoutneiit corner oi maaison township, tranklin Co., Ohio; and, also, land warrant No. 80,410; Bob) cot to tbe dowereetate of Jolla Ann ailck. deeerlbed aa follow. Beginning at- a point In the oen'er of tho county road leaning irom me town or-iiithopolla, In f airfield oounty. to a road known aa tha Glra.arllla mid forty 70-100 polee outwardly frora where the west line of said quarter section oreaoeeieJd road, rannlni thenee rirallel with th weet line of eald quarter oeclloa Berth deg. 45 Bin, out one hundred and twenty-four 00 100 polee to, the north line ef aald quarter section, thence with said quarter oeeien line B. 88 deg. 30 mln eaet flfiy-lour poles to a stake near a email walnut tree, thence B. 1 deg. 45 mln. wul one hundred and eighteen lu-ivu peiu to aataka la tne center af add road, thenee with the eenter of aaid road B. 84 deg. M mln. weet fifty-four 30-100 poles to the place of beginning, contain- iKuriy-oDv aoroa oi mb. - . Terme of ait: One-lhlrd oath on dav of sale, ona thlid In one year and one-third In two years, beario. Interest at six per osnt. from day of eale.. Deferred payment, secured by mortgage oa premises. . appratseaai per aors. . . : . - a. W. HTJMMAW, Sheriff. - Printer's feci, (8.50. - ' fetfwtd,,-, Master Commissioner's Sale, Bamuel A. Moore, for the tue oft r tbe rue of V orth,.f , 1 rtal.U. J Court ot Common Pleas. . November Term, A D. 1801. , . .- . Ellubetb Ensworth, I Henry 0. Stanley BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE to ae directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, Ohm, I will offer for sale at the doOr of the Court House, la tbe city of Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, thet 8h day of March, A. D. 1863, at on o'olock V. U ., the following deeerlbed lands aud tenements , eitnate to rsnklln oounty. Ohio, to wttt All that tract of landilluate In the township ef Sharon. and bounded aa follows beln. lot number seven tn sec tion number roar, township number two, range Dumber eighteen, United Bute military land; and alee that other tract of land tn said township and county, and deioriDca ea to no we: neing lot nummr eight, in section number four, township number two, range number eigh teen, United States military survey of land, except eighty aoree cold off tbe eut end of the two tract., about two year, ago, the balance hereby conveyed being about one hundred and eighty-eight acre, of mud, more or leu. Appraised at fO per acre. " " . . i ... . . - . a, w. HnrwMAir. Sheriff. .. . . -i'." 'l.'il 3r ., ana xiaeter wommuratoaora , printer's fees C AtUf , i : bltdltawuL. A nw T f ABIES' WniTBCAtnBXF.REflktlrtS JL . Malt as pvn. f.elftVl :..' ' ' . ' .. at , at Do you want WLiakera? Do jrbu want a lionjstacho ? If so, panbaae one bottle of , 1 E l. CHAMPION'S iEXCEUIOR INVIGOaATOa! The world renowned Toilet the only article ef lhe kind ever offered the people of the United Hum. The above aruoie is ins only one used by the f icnoli; In Loi.don and Paris It Is In unlverak! use.. .. t ... t THI FXOIUIOk . j Whisker Invigorator ! ! Is a Beautiful, Economical, goothlng, yet StlmUlallnr Compound, acting ae II by nitric upon the roots, cans? w Miutimi giuwrn ui luxuriant beard. If applied to the scalp. It will cure Baldntt; and If applied io eordlog te direetlona, it will esaie to spring up la bsld TI1K CELEBBATED Excelsior Invigorator f Is an Indlsptniable i tlcli In every Oentlemsn'i Toilet, m. ... wea uh mey wouia not, ior any eonsld eratlon. be Without It Tha above inlola wrln four to eight weeks, bring out a thick set of Wuuxxai or The subscribers are the only Agents for the above ar ticle In the United Blatei, They would alio annnucea tn tha rtnt.tt il,-, !,. ... Agents for - - - , NAPOtEON'3 HAm TOILET ! The only article erer offered to Oie f reach people that would Ouar, Btraiobt HaiiI the above Toilet beina maDUfaolured for lhe sole benefit of Lonls NapoleonT S,J: """"" inuupeniaoie to nu toilet room. The subscribers, fcelloi conttdent tht ihi.Tnii., necessarily take lhe place of all others ever offered to the public, take pleasure in emreln ihoir mniii... III the article, gaining It from practical nie. I l' lhe Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Cult, BTlAinnT Tl.ia In Anft. Sill.-. i'' ,ht wl" "main In shspe for one day or one wek, If dsslred, or any lonter period, if lhe dlreclloni are atrictly followed, which are very ilmple and easy. ;,E T"etocs not in any mannot Interfere with Uio Aalural Sointu of tht Unit. It neither scorches ner dyes It: but gives the hair a soft, thrlity appear aoe. It also prevents the btlr from fuULngcf and turning gray. , The Napoleon Hair Toilet ' llu been before tha nnhliA hnt a a,A ..... i... .,. ready been IcsUd by over one thousand persons' and they unify that the Napoleon HalrToilet la the areateit hM 1 1 M . - aw.. H 1 u uo,eu q ,uo American people. . To prevent thu Toilet from i.ln-mnni.rf.nt . i. ltated Uy unprincipled person,, we do not offee it f. sale at any DruKUfs la the CnlUd Sutas-fberefor ' z. wuu ueiires auii, iiuxunant uatr and Curls, and Long, Soft Whlikers or Monttache, can proonre the InrfKoralor or Toi'et, ellherooe, for one uo,uar, incioara u a wiier, witn weir addreas. i Addreu 0. V. BPENV a CO., Box 1B3, Colllnsvltls, 1 Hartford Oo. , Coon Aid It will be carefully sent by return Ball... .ebS3 .... ..-'I. OR J. W. THOMPSON. OfFIOi ON HlOn 8TBEET, OVER HATDEN'J IKON 8TOBE, . few doors North of Broad Oolambus, Do. aV, lr!t-4ltf TO THE PUBLIC 07. AIV.D AFTER THE lit DiV OF JANUARY NEXT, wa will aall all , mcAm. wiih out respeot tope itpn. or parties, . For Oash Only. the cash terns sow enforced by Bulsrn Jobbers, otters, eto., compel this announcement. Lf,. ...... . ABON..- JNTERESTINC TO" EVERY READER. to a Indisputable fact, that If any person wants one of those comfortable ESQUIMAUX BEAVER OVER COATS, he will usually find tbem In large quantities t t . MARCUS CH1LD3'3. 18 any person desirous of owning one of tbe lit ityls i of RaAVBR OVER OOald, with cape attached, don't break your heads to learn whirs to find them, but to the j CAPITAL OITY ARCADE, , ... Oppoe'te the State House. Von will find them thjie In ill colors, kept by - MARCUS CHILD3. Din yon never weir any o the BILE MIXED CAB BIUERM BUITB, Which are sold st tbe Capital City Areadet Bush In and yo will Bnd them tn piles, at j , MARCUS CUILDS'S. . YOU may also be ln want of PARTS end TEBTS. ind there Is but one establishment In the West where Paolo and Vests ire to be had In all stripes, shapes Styles, qoantlttesand qualities, and that place la the j f. .- CAPITAL CITY ARCADE, DON'T forget the extensive assortment of ICRNI8U INO OOOD3. evtioularly in WOOLKN BUIitTB which you can Bod to Red, white and blue," at tho CAPITAL CITY ARCADE, j - l. :.- , Superintended by Maroui uhiids. I ' . . i. . ' - - T? yon wish to wear gnrments IVaDE TO OK. BE, you em do no belter than to go to th Mer chant Tailoring Establishment, next to the Arcade, and eleot your goods Tom i stock comprising ill colon of Beaver Cloths. Caulmerea, Bilk Velvet and Plush Vest Inge, and you will surely meet with i good fit by purchu aiagst i- J' MARCUS CHILDS'S i " ' MLUTARY OENILEMEN, when they come to this city, aa strangers, and wish to get a UNIfOKM, It is v tneir neat aavantan to oaii at - wlei iere a larve assortment ol BLUE CLOTH and nlhar araolec belonglog to the equlpjge of an officer oan be we at very moaerate pncoSK-- : - ? b. . n short call al--v. r.,...it - . . .-- !.; '. j Marcus ChUds's,- . 1 Proprietor of that extensive buslnees l'oeallty, MO. 81, 88 and 26 HIGH STREET, t - m Opposite the Btats House.' - aotx7-dSm - ,-ri , , , Tfae Court of ConimoE Pleas, Frank . . Iin County, Ohio. ,0"P",0 iD.S, page 811, Ko. 315. Bamuel 0. Btory 4tl ami9 priiiuvui TM PUR8CAJIOE OF Alf ORDER Ot the said Court to me directed,! will offer for sals public auction, at tho door of the Court House la tne city oi uoiumbus, on -'.'-. , Saturday, th 8th day of March, 18C3, between the hours of 13 o'clock and 8 o'clock r. a. tho following described real estate, situate in the oounty Franklin and State of Ohio: . . . . The undivided two-ninths (8 0), of a certain traot or panel of land, limited in ths county of franklin and Btata of Ohio, lying on Darby Big Run, a branch of "Darby Creek, a part or the original survey Ho. 1 3,811, and bennded and described ae follows: r-t, " . - Beginning at a large stone Ira the Bun, lower corner uv Joeiah Blvena' lot in th south of Mid - original survey No. 3,811; tht ooa with .aid line couth. 'eighty, nine (89) degrees eut one hundred end forty (140; poles th. aontheait corner, corner tree down; thence with tne eut line north one U) degree eut alxty-tareo and one-half (63X1 poles to a Mir oak and thieo red alms; north eluhty-nlne (80) degreeo wcit one hundred and fifty (140) polee to a point in the centre of the run, with Ita meanders, to the place of beginning, containing etxty (00) acrei more or leu. Appraised at f la ou per aoro." 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff. Printer's fees SO CO. festdltfcwtd - ',. '" r-. Master Commissioner's Sale , ; Dwight Btone 1.- s ft. t Dockets, rare 149. Superior Oourt of Frank Vlaoent I. Williams et al.) . lln county, Ohio BT VIRTU EOF Aff ORDER OF SALE from Mid court, te me directed I will offer at public ill it the door of the Court House, In the City of Co lambaa, on , , . Saturday, tbe 1st day of March, A. D. 18C2, between the hours of ten o'cloc, A. M. and fonr o'clock M. tbe followingdescribed real estate, situated in the city of Oolumbns. franklin county aforesaid, vltl Lot No. 7, aa the same a described on the recorded Slat of Brotherton A Waioutt'a addition to the otty ol olumbue, and bain, the eaet half of the following de Beginning on tbe North side of Town street 550 feel Eut ef Fourth street, thence N. 12 degrent, West ltj7 j feet to the Booth tide of Sugar Alley t thence with said tide Euterly OS feet; tuuico 8. 13 degree H. 67 feet te the North line ot Town atreet; thence with ar ki Hoc Westerly to the place of beginning -. . , ... Appraised at (3,400 : . . HCFFMAS, BhcriSi'L . . - " ' and Master Commlfiloner. , Printer,lfet7 SO? ; . ' ' - , , Janao-dltatwtd. ' ; ENTS FANCY PLASKIKL BHIKTI, ...? -a - r,-K BAIN Si BONr; "--! : , ntRTimu 3 Fanoy.. j. , rtAjvMt'Ls, BAIX' BON. ' nEl"TS AND BOYS' SUPUHIOH BAIN SON. ttUIHTS and Oollars. ! ''Eboriir's Sale V - ; ; ,j Joho ft. Bldlouiau ' "' ' , ' ' '-' AdamAJb,rt.i'.l.rU,'ri("u,t- Bv vintceoPAwuiT orn ' -' "'""ted from (he Snperlor Court of TarV " llu oonntr, Ohio, I wia.offsr for ml, .? ,L of the Court Uouae, In the C of oZml """ Tneeday. tbe 4th day of March A. D.'iacj at S o'clock P. M, tbe unexpired term of a laaaa rJ. John B. BUIUmarj Adam' aTu" 0f In. 'HTow prenliei, sltnale In Montaomar. .1,1" . '"". oounty. and Stale of Ohio, end bounded and dVrii hali ,2:1" "L Vin;"r9 1S " l land In , n "-"- ;oi w, lownioip ao 9, ran re o II, n. i.J .".". ." "u,s P hi i7..v:.. ' ia. l"n.''' " and conveysd by ki ailMWS U LUOai .mI , j.i.. u . "" prei wif. by deed dtted Jun, J.M iiT ? ' ,""" rent In btles , I, Vlt: dV f October of cb Snu n is au". &.?!!'!- ! -y-W t-eultTvaT. 'aalTlfi. I" 7' syvsuR tjfa.iru 0 Call In & mnn.A fa iil. L. . . " ii . " hu uuiusiDUum muDr. and ta ofwelrandtesrwl.hc.rernl., " ,XMl,"on ' ' ' ' ' U. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff, Prime.', fees 10.00. M ."y l P'"" febao-dtd -.';' GREAT CIJ B K DR. LEL AND' :v ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND 13 THE ONLY KNOWN REIMEOY KfiH RheamaUsm, . Qoit7 and rfiturala-iA. AND A 'SCMOUBE F0ft-: -' All Mercurial Diseaaea. " ' . 1 , j n 'T - - l It il 1 caonnUnll. ..-.,..'' .!. '"'' Uted compound, to be worn a round the Wau without Iniury to lhe meet delicate pe;; ie rt,Sn ti? " eSuaLM r!S:",U,0Ul P'Woelog the hrjurtouV eirZ rihU.hll..U" 11 Purtul IKernaJ modi" . cinee, which weaken and dcirmy the eon.iiMiin give toapomryre.uf only. tSlfSSlSii oS'Sl. WltU tht blood and wemrh that si. of th.in, effecting la Tn7uTci a 7rfT crT effW of Mercury. Mod.rataciS -rrataS? ' day .oi we are onstanily.ree.ivlng Vitlnnlals of f, emcaoy in axxnramd oaeu it lot standing . , -' ' - ' tnnyjX?A-Dt V,1V Sall7.' or ear. toarTiJ L,,',reM 'UJI dilCOlioo" for OS - to an, part of the- cowntry- direct from, the Prinri, VBi ' -:j j. a . 1 j ; i f ; . f , , , . t . ' Ho. iOl BkOADWATi ksw'tork: . 'V ' G. SMITB '4 OV,$olo Proorlci....' . N.- , Descriptive OlrtnUn Bept Free. Ai J. SeirUKtLRB e 80S,- bntt nirS au.ktj m,' m . High 8U, beu Frkid atid gj, tnSSa. 0 " KT Af ent Wanted Bivtrywlitrt. ; ' mhSH lylsorlstp dW rir:: . UARDWMtKSTORK I ''H3T RECEIVED BY i -i . '';. ,...'..' No. 30 North High Street One ot tht largest and Best esleeted ieeer t - ' . '"' OF ;. EVkk yri'BRED IN TUIB Oil ' ' 1 '. i r't.. ' ' . " flonse Builders' Fursih!ns - Of SVF.RY BTTti AWD Qn.xf.n-y. f rench America i FAINTS GKOUSID IS C'Lv and put up In half pound cans for family use, aad b.-j ' Paints In bulk. . . " " . " rushes of eyery variety & quality: ; j ( A Splendid Awortment of . . '. ; M A CHIN I S TS TO O L S CAHR1AGE MATERIADa ' I . AXES URINDST0NE8, eio., j -,:::r;'N3yWSTOM,6HOT,-'i''' '': ' .' f ISHINQ TACKLE. ". ! 'V: . ' t l. -.-.-'-.BOPE CORD AG K 1 LEATHER AND. INDIA RUBBER. BELTING-. rVKDGES, MAULS, PTJJliTg,'' '"' ' ' ; ' ''"r" agricultural; impLem sNt SCYTHES, otc., .. ..,,, .. . , " SCALES.'BELta, CIIAINS e Table and - Pocket Cutler. : ' ... - -J v ... , w raoej, I eepeoiauy Invite the attenUon or ill mwrestedewsy, nook of Pocket and TablcOatlery, and' - ! SILVER PLATED fOHHs, V' "--?- Tkble, DeserlJ wid tea; Spooi1 'i Buttet" JEiiive3, &Cpta ol ttOaiRRb A BRO'B. Uaaufatttaro, wrSatir .' extra heavy, Electro-Plated, on gewnlh. Alhavav' . ' t-"t' Oouttry Merchants, Meohan lea, and etbes, kre fcr44 C .o call aad examine my Bteok, u I am prepared to'SeWa" t Iwleeale and Retail. WiTI. A. llf.t J "-' aol.mbua,0hlo,Hay8,1800.. .- fJ'C.-'.' f.aidl 1 1' it'; ui .yjfw laid lease to h. ih T h- ' eaaaw yWBI lIUgB U1B Dr-aiL n v A . M ar h i ne Man uf sjtnri," g ompjiK ' -. . --:f,V-3-t t A j - ; til.; f'J tMjtt . u.1 i.'- '! .aVtt f ci i:.-t ..awvrACTDaxss or 'ii 'ttWwiHTfT3.N.., t-.il d--r---7 i .fclioaa.,- fiL '-'"1 -JSa..L -.u-,.t I" ..J:0 " ' r" '"' "i " ir, ; STEAM :EKGlNESr JB0I1E!? A Castings, mU-Bearlpg, mAchliie7:at i;rt ii.-' . ,'.'..,'-... a; :() y-'jr'sj a' . ' .. . aW.-. - .'-.".JjaM; ui " or. may Dxacximoio t-:.iA ,iiqmvt 0HA3. AMBOB, Ban'l-,,. , .... J,fBO, tH A decll. I4rtf . , . , . 't 'I lt ,1 ,ir.u 0 .. :t a e SieriS's 8ale'. ( Samuel Broih . . .. . . t m, vs t 8arer!ur'Cpurt. i .- Ihoau BlddleStal) - -. BT TIRTTJB 0F'; AN ORDBil OF 8 AT. B TO M directed, from the Superior Court of Franklin -..,rf ty, Ohio, I will offer for eat at the dosr-vf til tieart noase in ins oily oi uoiuraoua, .go. Saturday, the 22d day of Ma fib, A!; T$rj? At one o'clock, P. M., th 'following anrioeil'ia! as-, tate, situate In the ci'y of Columbua, ooaataVekawiana. lln, and Btate of Oh'o, to wit: a Bnlrg two lots designated aa lot number 6"y -Iwc .(Hi and number fifty. three ('.J), on a ,li ul aui.iinoi,. r jc; out lots Nos. 431 and 13X. msde bv William ilenniion. Jr., and Hobert E.tietl, recorded In plat record No. l'I s; pae 37, Frai kiln county record!. . appraise! at Lot H q. a.i. '."o ou. -v .. 58. 3401'fl. : " ' i - r A r ; v . O. W HUr-FMAN, f aaHd r k 1 By So. Otxv. rTit.irii V Prrntsi'i teei 1 ' feblB-dllAwtd , . OLDPl IIII L SHIKTS, i u -,. ., , ; . DOIjDBN HIM, BHIRTr), .j.. 80UH6M -IUU, OillHTS. - . . . - The pattern of these ihlrte are aw.. 'Che Be lles, ci ,. .; sleeves and bosoms are farmed to fit the penion will, e-e and oomfort.. The markuvuei each one deilgnatli g thy. 'taf . Use may be relied on ae being correct, and eachslivrt la . guaranteed well made- A full .tucker all qcsHtlrs constantly for sale at D Alii '8, OT84. No. S9 Booth High street. xlw 10