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Lima Mum fc Ooiuaucs At Xinu . leaves, Arrive Nightjar, via Dayton) 1:00 A. M. S.WI A. M D:K5 P. M, Olnolnnatl Aooommodatlon. I:0 At U. Day Eiprws 1.5J p. II, ' V- u ' "JllO. W. POIIMTf, Agent OULDMIDI 4 OUVKLAHO B. B. ' r ... '"' ' Mhtht IIMM..A:.: ftiMf A'.al. 10 At M N.w Ydrk Kipre... 11 P.M. 1;3UP.M v v . v ;'JiJis Pattoh, Agent : OlNTIAlOmo B. R. ; ' I ! ' ' ( Nt.M .4-00 A. If. ' J I SO A. tt DuIiuku... 1:10 P. M. ' 1:MP. II i W. J. Pill, Agent. Prmacaaa, OutoMPi A OiacuuuTi B. B. U.IITrlr...... 4:00 A.M. 1:3IA. M Ixpr Train.' k.,...W;85 P. M. 1;30 P. M. ' vv n Jo. Rotiisox, Agent Column! k, lumivaNiUi B. B. ' ' (OotttalP PlUO V IHBUMA n. k.j Chicago Kxpreis . ... i Mo. S '.. .... H.00 A. U. 8:M P. M. .... SMHi p. M. 11:50 A. M. Urban , JutMi A.M. 11.33 P, U mi. I., i.i ;. o. W. laita, Agent.- Do yon want Whiskers? Do yon want a Moustache ? U so, purehas on bottUof E. B. CHAMPIOHS EiCELSIOn INVtGORATOR! ' To wnrU renowned Toilet th only article of (ho kind rer offered the people of the United State. The above artioi li the only one need by the Punch; In London end Pitrli It li In universal uie. - . . c: TUB IX0IL8IOB Whiskor Invigorator! I Is Beautiful, Xconomloal, Soothing, yt Stimulating Oompmnd, actlug M II by magto upon the root, cur log a beautiful growth ot luxuriant beard. If applied to the ecalp. It will cure ioWnoei, and M applied ao oordlng u directions, It will oeuie to spring ap la bald fpote a fine growth of rauu, nrr Ban. . ,t .. , '. ,: ' ' TBI! CELEBB.ATBD 1 Excelsior Invigorator ! Ii to Indispensable aitlcla In (very Gentleman e Toilet, and after on weak' nee they would not, for any onld eratlon. be wlthent II Tb above article will, la tram four to eight weeke, bring ont thick eet of Wbuksi or noDsmcnc. - The eubaorlhera are the only Agent for the above ar ticl In the United State, , . , . , They would alao announce to the public that they ar agenuror - NAPOUEON'S HAIR TOILET ! The only article ever offered to the Preach people that would Coat bTaAioiit natal the above lollot being manufaclurad for the lole benellt of Louis Hapoleonl Which article 1 now lndlfneniable to hia tollot room. The luhaorlbcr, feeling confident that thU Toilet mult neeeeearily take the place of all other erer offered to the public, take pleasure In expressing their conlldencs In the article, gaining It from practical at. 1 tie Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Coat, STtatoHT Hair In Soft, Silken, Plowing Curia, that will remain la ihape for on day or on week, If desired, or any longer period, if the direction are atrietly followed, which ar rery simple and easy. The Valr Toilet doe not In any manner Interfere with the Natural Soliuu of the Balr. It neither scorches nor dyes It; but gives the hair s soft, thrilty appear nee. It also prevent the htlr from failing ffnS turning gray. The Napoleon Hair Toilet . : IIi been before the public but a sWt lime, and has al nady been teattd by over on thousand persona' and they tenUfy that the Napoleon UalrTollet I the greatest beauttner aver offered to lb American people. To prevent thia Toilet from being counterfeited or Im itated by nnprtnolpled persons, we do not offer It for sal at any broggUt'a in the United States. Therefor any',Idyor(iontlerjian who desire Soft, Luxuriant Balr and Curl, aid Long, Boft Whiskara or Moustache, can procure tb Invigorator or Toilet, tlther one. fur on dollar, Inclosed in a letter, with their address. . , Address ' 0. P. 8PKNY CO., - ... ,, w , Box IBS, Oolllntville, ' . . Hertford Co., Conn. And It will be carefully tent by return mall. feuS3 ' REDUCTION" HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS, Noa'. 200 Ac 253, Bouth High Bt., OffEH AT REDUCED PRICES l.APltt AND GxNXjKniENN Cloaks, Shawl, Fancy Silks, BALMORAL SKIRTS, Hooda tks 3XTial3ias" Woolen Bed, Crib and Cradle Bla ANBLXaTS, Delaines, Merinocs, Repps, etc This firm, having adopted the Cash system In the par chase and sal ot Goods, are enabled to sell from 12 to SO peroerti less than other house uodor the credit system. HEADLEY, EBERLY & EICHABDS, 250 and 252 somn high street, COLUMBUS, 6. EXTRA DRIED BEEF. SUGAR CORED HAMS (New.) SUGAR CURED BEEF TONGUESj EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. CANADIAN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.. For sale by WJJ. H. BH8TIKAUX, ' 108 Booth Dlgh Btrett. Jao8-4tt ' Hoo, (AtMOBAt BKIBTB, llegtnt Mair Het, - . Linen Collars and OalTs, ''" Point We and Collars, - ktalte Collars, aney Handkerchiefs. , Wide Hemmed lldndch'fe, A Bieev Blonds, . Trlmmlnc Ribbons Superior Betiot Table Linen in Cloths, Napkin and V uyiie. .... Ladles' Hemmed Hendkerchlefs at very low price Alexandre' Kid Gloves In all eolon. : , .'i ,.' ' ,. No. S South High It. Jan16 i. ... ' AU 1NO Under-,1. .. ... BAIN tt SON The nxvnouAU Motelty. . v , . . HOtlP 8KIUT-A BAIN k BON. DR. ROBT. THOMPSON; Surcreon & !Phvsician. TMATB AI1 DISBABB8 Ot TH8 ttM. oia. ntih Street. North of Broad (No. 10,) Residence, N. Fourth (Market) Street, near comer Ogluiubu, Deo. W, J8CU dtwtft .. . ... , DUe J; V. THOMPSON; Omoa w man btriwt, ov I ByofcU, a few door North Coloatraa, be. Ktt, latiUdtf OVIB HAIDIITi of Brow a-' TUESDAY MORNING, MARCII 11, 1803 TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. From Gen Banks's Command. Col. Geary Occupies Leesburg. ENGAGEMENT AT NEWPORT NEWS. The Merrimac Disabled. OFFICIAL REPORT OF LIEUT. WISE. CENTREVILLE EVACUATED. Rebels Falling back Generally. Interesting from Arkansas. Price and his Army Routed. OUR CAVALRY IN CLOSE PURSUIT FROM WASHINGTON. Army Clothing be Returned to Contractors. Good News from Georgia and Florida &c. &c. &c. The Stars and Stripes Floating over Leesburgh. LiiaBuiaH, V , March 8 Col. Geary bas taken Leeiburgh and driven Gen. flill'a army from the town od lurronnding torti The American flag flies orer all. The rebel thought thi ono 01 their greatest strongholds. We took many priaoocn and atores. and poa- eia the bauk, potoflice and other buildings. mis oniiiant aonievemeot is or vast import ance. A detachment of the first Michigan Cavalry did good service.' From Fortress Monroe. FoatRKS Monroe, Marcb 8. The Merritnno was aienaled this moroiDff, movine dou the chancel from Norfolk, la front of the Sewell'g Point battery. All was ezoltemeot about Fort reea Monroe at this news, and the Cumberland, Cooeree, Minnesota. St. Lawrence and Roan oke exchanged signals of danger. The Merri mac bad nothing above water bnt a fliff-itsil fl;lng the rebel flag, and tbe amoke-stack. be moved siowiy. aua steamed cirectiv tor the Cumberland and Congrete, lying at tbe month of James Rircr. The Cumberland opened on ber with heavy guns, but tbe balls glanced off, having no effect. At tbe same time the rebel iron-olad gunboats Yorktown and Jamestown came down James River, and engaged our frig ates on the other aide. Our batteries at Newport News opened on the eunboats, to assist the Cumberland and Uoogrees. which, being sailing vessels, were at the mercy ol tbe rebels. - They both rained heavy broadaldes on the Merrimao, which was slowly approaching, but all the effect visible was to slightly check ber progress. She then ran againat the Cumberland, striking her1 about midabips, literally laying open her aide- Bbe then drew on and Bred Into the disabled ship, and again dashed against her with her irou-olad prow, and, knocking la her side, left ber to sink and started for the Congress, lay ing a quarter mile distant, wbidh' was nogaging tbe xotktown and Jamestown, one Having no ecular crew aboard, being only saury manned by three oompaniea of the Naval: -Brigade, and seeing the hopelessness of contending, .struck her colors. Tbe Jamestown then too: r.om ber all ber officers as prisoners. ' Tbe crw escaped in boats. Tbe vessel was fired by th woele. After this the Merrimao and two a-anboats opened with shot and shell on Newport News batteries. Some accounts siy the garrison was compelled to retreat to the woods; others say the gunboats were obliged to retreat. The Minnesota did' 'not get ateam up'in time to aid the two frigates. Bhe was followed by the St. Lawrence, and from necessity engaged the reb el vessels at a distauc of one mile. . It was the Impression at the Point that both were consid erably damaged, but these statements are based on what conld be seen with a glass at. a distance of eight miles. .. , , ., . . t . Toe Merrimao was aiao Denevea aground. When the Baltimore boat left, she lav a mile distant from tbe Minnesota, making no attempt to molest her. After tbe last gun, was bred from the Minnesota persons declare they saw a dense volume of vapor rise from tb Merrimao, indicating an explosion or some sort. , it is not known that this Is so, but It is believed she was aground. It was the intention of the Minnesota to ran in oiose quarters to avoid toe iron prow ot tbe Merrimac, and carry ber by boarding. Tbe Merrimao did not seem lnolined tocive ber an opportunity. Aa the Baltimore boat left Old Point at eigne o'ciock, sne met me criosoa. Tbe steamer Monitor is going in. Fortbh) Monroi, Maroh a. The Monitor arrived at 10 o'clock last night and Immediate ly went to tbe protection or tbe Minnesota aground below Newport News. At 7 o'oiook tne merrimao, x orxtown, jamoa- town and several tugs went toward the Min nesota aud opened fire. Tbe Monitor met them and opened fire, when the enemy's vessels re tlredexoeoting tbe Merrimao. These two iron olad vessels fought from 8 o'clock . till noon, part of the time touching each other. 'I be Mer rimao retreated. ,:,u, a. The Monitor was commanded by Lieut. Wor- den, and was handled with great skill, assisted by Chief engineer Burners. Tbe Minnesota was somewhat injured, but kept up a continu ous fire. The Monitor is anioiured, and ready for an other attack. -h ' i.; v Washington, March 9 Gen. McClellad has received dispatches from Gen. Wool, dated six o'clock this evening, ooonrming tbe above, and alio stating that the Minnesota had got off, and that the Merrimao was drawn off In a sinking oonditlon. towed by the Jamestown, xorktown ani other boats, toward JNorioik, probably to get ber In dry dock. A disoatcb was also received by the Secreta ry of the Navv from Assistant Secretary Fox, saying, lo addition to the above, that tbe Mer rimao retreated, but it was impossible to say whether she was in urea or not, i,ieut, wor den, commander Of the Monitor, was Injured by the cement from the pilot-bouse being driv en into bis eyes probably not seriously. ' uen. tiooker reports all the enemy's nailer ies In front of bis line abandoned and the guns spiked some valuable nieces among them. This virtually opens the Potomac and raises the blockade. ' , 7 Chaklistown, Va March 9. The occupation or Aeeourgu py our forces is officially con. armed, me enemy evacuated the town on Friday morning, taking all the supplies and baggage to, Middleburgb. If tbe rebels have gone to Winchester, It Is not known. wsaas aeaal kH Ni Yowc, March The Tribune's Fort ress Mooroe special states' that . ih frigate Cumberland bad a crew 01 nve nunarsa men niurl on half of which are lost. A nearo who swam ashore, reports the lost at about one hundred. Particulars of the Engagement at Newport News. FoaTaicas Monsoe. March 9 1 be long ex peeled Confederate steamer Merrimao made ber appearanoer and yesterday atwrnoon, wiin ae assistance of two eunboats which oame out with her from Norfolk, made an attaok upon Newport New and the naval vowels stationed at ttiat piaoew .1 : v :t;- !..uji.i i Tbe Merrimao was first seen from the. ram parts of Fortress Monroe on ber way to. New port News,' at about a quarter before one o'clock. Two rebel gunboats followed her. Tbey all oaerled a rebel flag at 1 tbe .stern,, and bad a French Hag at the maelhead. .The Mer rim ao bad a flat? at her bow, which was de scribed br'Bomo as a Commodore's blue flag. and by others as a black flig. The sides, bow and siuro of the Merrimao were covered with sloping iron plates, extending about two feet below tbe water line, and meeting above Jise tbe roor ot a bouse. , Ua ber bows on tue wa ter line are two sharp iron points, resembling plows, about six or1 seven icet apart, ino number of guns is , elated at twelve, but sbo might not have bad ss many. At ber bows were seen two guns, projecting from long, el llptical port-holes. - 1 ,: ibo dcslcn of the enemy did not beoome ap parent till between one sad two, and by that time tbe Minnesota had got under way to Abe sseuo or action. , Tbo .Koanoko, the uig-suip, boing disabled by the breaklns of bet shaft some time since, was taken in tow by two gun boats About tb same time the. alarm gun was fired at Fortress Monroe,and the wholo gar rison promptly turned out. The rebol ooats steadily pursued their way to Newport News, aud tbe Merrimao soon turned the Point, and was lost to view from the Fortress. The first shot was .fired from tbe frigate Cumberland, at little past two o'clock. The Bewail' roint battery then opened on the M nnesota, which was passing, and the sawyer gua Irom tue Hip Rapi replied with a few shots at Sewall's Point. A thick smoke was soon seen to rise above Newport News Point, indicating that the bat tery there, as well as the Cumbeilaud andCon gresa, were engaged. ' Tbe details of tbe action could uot be seen from tbe Fort, but -a telegraph dispatch was received announcing that tbe Cumberland and Merrimao were In close quarter. After firing two guts at tbe Cumberland, tho Metrimao struck her sharp bows, making a bole in her at ber water line seven feet in extent. The Cum berland commenced sinking, when the Merri mao, backing a short distance, ran Into her a second lime, making another terrible hole in ber, causing the water to run in at a lurious rale. . The Cumberland continued fitiug till the wa'er entered ber port boles when she ca reened over slowly, and finally sunk r . . - About three o'clock the Newport News bat terv'and the Cumberland fired continuously upon the Merrimao, but no apparent effect wus produced upon her. Tbe Minnesota got agrouud on the way op, aud could aflurd but little ami st ance. . . ;- . :' - ' Shortly before 3 o'clook the Yoiktown and Jamestown arrived from up the James River. The former was disabled early in the afternoon. and put to shore for repairs- After sinking the Cumberland, the Merri mao turned her attention to the Congress, and in less than an hour afterward a white flag was hoisted on the Congress. A rebel gnnboat im mediately went alongside, and took ofilpera and marines prisoners. Tbe seamen were allowed to escape to tbe shore. . - Tbe frigate SC. Lawrence arrived here during tho afternoon, and, without dropping her an chor, proceeded np tbe river and followed tbe example of tbe Minnesota and Roanoke, in fir ing on tbe battery at Sewell's Point; but, like tbe rest, ber shot fell short. The gunboat Mys tic was also towed up in tbe alternoon, but at sundown the Roanoke, St. Liwrcuce and Mya- tic all returned. ' . . After four o'clock the Mcmraao continued to throw-shells Into the camp at Newport News, hue the Jamestown and other rebel gunboats commenced firing on the Minnesota. Tbe lat ter replied as vigorously as possible, and tne conflict was continued without any apparent ef fect until dark. During tbe evening the Congress was set On fire. At midnight she was blown up, making a terrible fxploaion. . . - .. During the evening the Monitor arrived, and at once proceeded to take part in tho action. Daring tbe night only an occasional gun was fired. ' Reinforcements of men and ammunition were sent to Newport News enrly in the afternoon, But little serious damage was done, aud no oue was killed. . , , , This morning the conflict was renewed. Un til the presence of th Monitor was known to the Merrimao, the latter was engaged with the Minnesota, and but for the fortunate arrival of. tbe Monitor, the Minne'oti might have been lost. Tbe Monitor and Merrimao engaged each other for two or three liourj, at long and short range, without perceptible effect upon either. Tbey went alongside ot each other ouce or twice, and seemed almoBt to run each other down; but they soon appeared again to renew tbo action. Tbo Kricson battery finally succeded in forc ing a long bole iu tbo port side of the Merri mac, and she retired with the whole rebel fleet to Norfolk. . . Atr about oue 0 clock tho United States gun boat Oregon was struck by the Merrimao in ber boiler, aud was blown up this morning. Tbe United States gauboat Zouave was also serious ly damaged, and was obliged to return. , The principal loss of life was on board the Cumberland, where it is thought as many as one hundred and fifty men must have been killed and drowned. Bat six lives were lost on board the Minnesota, according to the report of one of her officers. A rebel gunboat was cut in two yesterday by tbe Cumberland. . . The Merrimao is understood to have been under command of Com. Buchauan, late of tbe navy yard. at f be 7 fl . ; I a - of a of to From Gen. Bank's Command. Chablistown, Va., March of contrabands are arriving from tbe country The) course adopted in regard to them, if tbey have beou employed by secession authorities, is to tnru them over to the division quartermas ter, to be employed by the Federal Government; bat if proven, otherwise, they are returned to their owners. On iriday, Capt. Coles, Co.'F, Maryland Cavalry, forty iu number, oame upon about one hundred and lorty of the rebel oavalry, between Bunker Hill aud Winchester. A skir mish ensued, lasting aa hour, resulting ia tbe killing of six of Ashley's men and wounding Ave. Capt. Cole bad three men wonndtd. A section ot Mathews's Battery came op to Capt. Coles's support, when Adjutant Wilkin, of Geo. Williams's matt, baa nis norse snot unaor Dim. It is believed at Bunker Hill that the force at Winchester has been greatly reduced, leaving not over 3,000 to 6,000 men there. Others say that Gen. Jaokeon's force has been strength ened by tbe regiments from Leesburg. Capt. Coles's scouts last night reached a point only tour miles from Winchester, but encoun tered no resistance, exoept from a small oavalry picket. It is stated that but four hundred of the Nine teenth Misiissippl regiment remained at Lees burg at tbe time of the evaouation. These re treated la tbe direction ot juanatsas uap. . This morning secession scouts attacked Gen. Hamilton's pickets nesr Smith's Mill, killing one and wounding' another of the Twenty-Bev-enth Indians.- They were pursued by the Third Wisconsin, who. bad not returned at last ac counts, y to to a [Approved by Gen. Williams.] From Washington. Washington, Maroh 9. It is understood that tbe committee on Ways and Means will bave tbe new tariff bill prepared by the time tbe tsx bill shall bave passed tho House. , p , , . . . it involves charges to yield two or tnree mil lions of dollar of the additional revenue. - A large quantity of worthless army olothtng will be returned to coutrttoiora, tuus lensemng the Government loss. Judge Watts, delegate from New Mexico, has authentic advices from Fort Craig to th l4lb, and Santa Fe to the 16th. He is confident no general engagement had taken place, probably only tairmisnes ot ine auvauce guarus-1 The recent dispatch from Denver to Jules burg is not considered authentic, and must have been verbally eommunloated by express riders over a distance of seven hundred miles. Judge Watts has other information which satisfies kSm-tbat that aooount is- exaggerated and partly untrue. ;V.. ' , V -'. , ' .... A telegram from Fortress Monroe to Wash ington at 7 P. M. last night, says the Erlcson arrived at Fortress Monroe. Early this morn- ' lag sh was attacked by th Merrimao, Jarne town and Yorktown, and alter nve nour con test tbey were beaten. Tbe Merrimao is Id Sinkinu' condition. Tbl I ofOolal. The Stars andtrlpe now wave over -Cockpit Point. L r .i About two o'clock i)-day tne rebels began burning their tents and Other property difficult of removal. Tbev alio bnrned the steamer Page and all other crafts in tbe oreek. " Our oiinhnais, oDened fire on the batterv at tnree o'oiook, ana at hair past tour lanuea ana toos; possession, The telesraDh line to Fortress Monroe was doih Dt order or tne Heoretarroi vrar.unuer the direction of tbe general manager of milita ry telegraph line. The extension of the Gov ernment line from Harrlneton. Delaware, to Lape Charles, was constracted In three days, Thirty miles of the inhmerred cable was man- ulajtured for the channel crossing in twenty days from date of the order, by 9. C. Bishop, of new x ork Uity. t Tbe sixteen sail -aia osiore the recent eale. was reaovered in good eondi tion. The oable to renlace the portion lost off iape nenrv. was lurnlabed DV Mr. uuuop, 10 -l . r . . . . k M T ' I five days. The shore end was landed at Cape Charles at fouro'olock this (Sunday) afternoon, by Mr. W. Hats. Assistant Manager of Gov eminent Telegraphs, who has bad the immedi ate charge of the work. It completion ai tms opportune moment, bringing the news or tbe splendid viotorv of tbe Monitor aud the diss biing of tbo Merrimac. has saved the country from great anxletv and exoense. . The delay in completing the cable connection ba been owing entirely to tbe continuous boisterous weainer. From Washington. Official Report of Lieut. Wise. Wajhinoton, March 10. Lieut. Wise, com manding the Potomao flotilla, in hia official re. port to the Navy Department, confirms the ru - mor or tne abandonment or tbe rebel paneries Cockpit, Shipping and other Points along tho hv ! wwuua icuui Viniti aUirjUt VV IOU E a Lieut. Wise arriv ed- this afteinooj, brinuinr-dispatches from Fortress Mooroe. But few particular have yet transpired as hi interview is not olosed lhe iollowine item are reliable: Captain Radford was engaged--on a court martial, sod not on board the Cumberland . Lieut. J. i Smith, son of Commodore Smith, was Onboard tho Congress, and Is killed. The loss In killed. drowned, wounded and mis3ing. Is supposed to one hundred. Lieut. Worden. who handled tbe Monitor so SKiiuuiiy, is here in tbe bands or a sureeon. Ho was in the pilot bouse of the Monitor when the Merrimao directed a whole broadside at it, ana received bis injuries Irom tbe minute irag-1 . or soeii ana tne powaer, wnicu were ii linn thrminh tha IrtnV rti hn aa T.laisf W I ..v.,.,.s,u,.,r. uu. was siunnea ny me concuwon, ana wa. - ,r 11V; u 'r8' - UVb Ih, U nnMnln fH Tha ..n I'V.. I r""- ".' r ' vrv . ' auu wuippea me merrimac - lo wnicanean- A,nu aon 1 c"8 JoecoJn7 01 tilA 11 Ilia IntttriAei mmti nnr annnnuarl trt kk Jinn. I aaio aejj ui IS.U 01 V Uty BUVVDtS SV SVV wtaaj- gerous. The Minnesota was eventually, got off ana towed under tbe guns of rort Monroe. The loos of one hundred killed, given yoa In former dispatch, was on board tbe Cumber- Ifilkd. 'Tlia nraw 1 ia f.nn,T-Aaa Im anaitaviifl and there are no means of ascertaining her loss at present. - The naval authorities aud experts here are confident that tho Memineo is disabled, and that the Monitor Is adequate to her In every re spect. There U no longer any doubt that the rebels bave evacuated Centreville, Winchester and other important points, indicating a general full ing back of their forces. " ' The telegraph to Fortress Monroe has been lolly occupied on Government business ail day, which has pr even ed the Associated Presi dis patch from coming. There has been no chaogo iu thu state of af fairs at that point . Every effort will be made to give the names the killed and wounded at the earliest mo ment. 1 1 I I From Missouri. Bt. Louis, March 10 The expedition sent out from Sedalia by Brigadier-General McKeao, Into Hates county, has just returned with forty prisoners of war, recruits for Price's army, and quantity ot arms, ammunition, eto. . The Monitor Too Much for the Merrimac. Fortress Monroe, March 10. With the as sistance of the steamer Spauldiog, the Minne sota bas been got off, and she is now on her way here. She has reoeived numerous shuts, but no serious damage. The Congress is supposed to have lost over ono hundred men, Including but one'offlaer. The escaped cretrsof the Cumberland aud tbe Congress have arrived here. - " Tne Monitor has come up to the expectations that were formed of her, aud has proved her self impregnable to heavy shot at close quar ters. She behaved remarkably well on ber pausage from New York, and although the sea covered her decks comnlctelv at times, ber speed did not seem to be at all diminished. To ber presence here may be attributed the safety the Minnesota and other vessels in port, and the final disabling of the Merrimac, which had revioudly been proof against everything. uapt. Worden, of the Monitor, waa wounded in the head while he was looking out of tbe wheel house No other accident of any kind occurred the buttery or crew. w e nave no accurate list ot the killed aod wounded. - - From Arkansas. St. Louis, March 10. A correspondence of the Missouri Democrat, dated CroiS Hollows, Arkansas, Mar .A 1st, says:. Vigorous recocnois sauces are kept up to watch tbe enemy's move ments, and foraging parties are active in obtain ing supplies. Pork and beef are purchased in the vicinity In abundance, and about half the quantity of flour required is obtained in th same manner, and all our forage. rnoe, whose retreat is acknowledged on all bands to have been ably conducted, bas found refuge in Boston Mountains. From two desert ers who came into camp yesterday, it is ascer tained that he is enoamped on Cove Creek road, while McCulloch Is posted one and a half miles distant. The latter had burned tbe village near the Indian frontier, known aa Coal Hill. Tbe supplies of the renel army ire obtained from Van Bur en. It ia stated on good authority that Pi ice aqd McCulloch had a violent quarrel before leaving Crosi Hollows. . At Favetteville we found all the telerraphio dispatches up to th time of the evacuation by the rebels. A dispatoh from Molntosh to Her bert, ia command at Cross Hollows, urges him press forward and reinforoe Prioe at Spring field at all hazard?, aa that point is important be held by tbe Coufederates. Ex-Senator Johnson or Missouri, who opened recruiting office ia Springfield for the rebels previous to Priue's departure, wa the first to reaoh Favetteville, where he stopped several davs. The clemency ol tien. Lurtu, ana tb judi cious polioy Inaugurated Id relation to the treat ment ot citizens or. uenion county, is cringing lis reward In the general confidence already showing indications of being restored among fugitives who led at our approaen. - - , Confederate bills, wbioh were twenty five per cent, discount on our arrival In Benton county, have suddenly become valueless, and the in habitants refuse to take them. Maj. Wright learns that citixen of Eeitsville knew of tbe intended attaok on thai place, and communicated the Intelligence to the rebels, but kept all Intimation of it from Capt. Mont gomery. In the afternoon before the fight, tbe ladies of the village left one by one, and dur ing the attaok all were out . Maj. Wright also learns that thero- art fire hundred and flftv rebels In Cedar oonnty. Mo.. and one hundred and ninety In Dade county These parties are committing depredations, and swearing vengeance against Union men.. . Tbe health of tbe troops has been good, par ticularly on the march. , More Good News. , . Washington, March 10 The Navy Depart ment has received the following: BALTIMORE, March 10. To Hon.? Gideon Willis, Seoretary of the I arrived this morning and will com on lo the aext (4 o'oloek) train. Tbe enemy has abandoned bis bfavy fortifications at St, 8lmons and Brunswick, Georgia. ' rort viinca ana I r St. Florida, are odrs. C. H. C. H. DAVIS. Captain U. S. Navy. From Memphis. Loumvixtt, Maroh 10.An intelligent gen tlemao' from-MemphlV ou Wednesday, report a I thai tbe aitliens ar creatlv alarmed, and are relying o Fett FiUowjiar Fort Randolph, for defense. Very tec troops are at Memphis.! Thd Legislator scattered after several luefl'ect I ual attempt to trenaaot buln8v Governor I Harris is greatly exoited, and is flying about I from on Southern point to another, wltb little I Drosntot of Mooeediog In bis effort to rally tbe 1 peopie 10 m iu. Price and His Band Routed. Sr. Louis, Maroh 10. Tbe following is 1 official djspafolt:) ;! ,t ,' 4 ' ,'. J f ,! To Maior-General MoClellasi Washington: Tbe arm Sonthwest, under, Curtis, after thre davs bard flshtlns: bas sained a most glo rion viotorv over th oomblnad femes of Van DoreoMoCalloeb, Prloe and Molntosh.' Oorl ioll Q billed and wounded it estimated at one thousand; that of tb enemy still larger. Guns, flags, provisions, eto.,' were esptured In large quantities. Oar cavalry are in pursuit of tbe : r-. i , n H. W. HALLECK, Major-General. Arrival the City of Washington. N.w Yoax, March lO.-Tb. .tc.merCit, Washington, from Liverpool the afternoon of the 26ih, and Queenstown th 27th alt , arrivod this morning. ... , , GlbralUr advices to the 18th say the Sumter was still there, and no eigusot departure. - The Tuioarora was la Spanish waters, ou ai- gesiras. ... A Madrid telegram of the 25th sav lb Cap tain of th Sumter was arrested at Taogiers at tbe instanoe of the American onsul at Gibral. tar, and. the commander of the Tuecarors, who went to 1 anglers tor tnat purpose. It Is reported that the Sumter appeared off IIIKIUCUI lIVVrjBUIUfJB WW4SJ Ullv(UVv wj t..it : mr..k- . 01. di . p.i uubiicuq Hvutu vuiivguiv w bii uvudi i for expressions of the latter wbioh the former oonslderet personally olienMre. Palmerston got soent of tb affair, and warnedj'eel against making himself a party to a breach of privilege, ana brought the aaair to tbe notice ot tbe House. Tbe O'Donoghue apologised to tbe tioase, out made some saroastto remarks in re latioo to Peel. Horsefall gave notice that he will, on tbe 1Kb of March, move that the present state la national maritime law. as It ooucerns bourn erents and neutrals, is undefined and unxatis factory, and calls for tbe early attention of the Government. FAKci.-P,iuc Napoleou's strong remarks . . . r c ttraoted considerrble attentiom Horn mem- bers gftTe uttersDoe l0 8tr0Dg ,ntl English sen- uments, and were rebuked by Ministers. ...... Bourse lirm at 7Ut buo. Jacob Buah & Co., Amerlcaa commiaMon merchants, London, suspended. ' London Money Maikct. Consols stood at 3393 for money and aooount. " it was reported that large insurances were being effected In London (or French acoonnt, on goods per steamer from Havre to the Confed- er8te Government. Arrival the City of Washington. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, March 10. Mr. Harris -presented a petition askinc that tbe Democratic newspapers now' excluded from the mails, whose editors ar not convicted of 'treason, be sllowed the same privilege as are allowed loyal newspapers. . Mr. tjumoer presented several petitions in fa vor of the emancipation of the slaves. Mr. Howe presented a memorial,' asking Congress to permit no abridgment of tbe free dom of the press. Mr. Coliamer, irom the eoinmlttee on Post- offices, reported back the bill to provide for car rying the mails, with amendments. Mr. Lane of Indiana, from the oommittee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to provide for the payment of bounty and pensions to soldiers and offioeia actually employed in the Depart ment ot the West. Mr Grimes offered a Joint resolution, that in the opinion of tbe Senate no person should be appointed commander of a division except such as exhibit superior competency in the command of men, or gallantry In the conflict against tbe enemy. Referred to tbe committee on Military Affaire. '. ..) Mr. King moved to take up tbe oavalry bill Mr. Grimes objected. Mr. Grime offered a resolution tendering toe mania ot uongress to commander r oote. '- Mr. King objected, as the Senator had rudc lessly objeoted to tbe cavalry bill. Mr. Grimes said he hoped it would go to tbe country, that tbe Senator from New York ob ject to giving thanks to a brave and gallant of- uoer. . Mr. Wilson of Motsachusetts offered a joint resolution, tendering aid to the States of Mary land and Delaware, and favoring voluntary emancipation. Mr. Saulsbury objected. The joint resolution was laid over. ' ' Oa motion of Mr. Wilson, the bill to encour age enlistments in the army was taken up. The question being on the motion of Mr. Fessenden, to amend tbe bill to organize caval ry, tt was adopted. Oj motion of Mr. Sherman, th number of cavalry regiment was twduoed to thirty instead ot rorty. ... . , . v . , , Mr. Wilson ef Massachusetts said there was a story going abroad In the newspapers, that there was something wrong in this bill. The fact IS the bill was reduced by a lores of thirty seven Colonels, thirty-seven Lieutenant Colo nels, 111 Majors, four hundred and fifty Cap tains and nine hundred and forty Lieutenants making a saving of $9,900,000 to the Treas ury. The Senate passed the bill to enooursge en listment in the regular army, and tho bill In relation to staffs, and the bill to organize the oavalry put la as amendments. - -- The Senate then took ap the confiscation bill, Mr. Browning speaking Against It. Hons. Tbe House considered tbe Senate bill providing for the appointment of sutlers in the volunteer service, and defining tbeir duties. , 'i . ' ' Mr. Blake made a successful motion to abol ish suoh autlerships. Six o'clock P. M The sutler question wa discussed a long time. Th bill passed after being amended. It requires a schedule of ar ticles permitted to be sold, together with tbe prices thereof, to be prominently posted Sut lers are prohibited from farming out tbeir offi ces; nor ar they allowed to sell tbe soldiers an amount exceeding one-fourth their monthly pay; nor shall a sutler have a lien oa the same. Rosooe Conkling asked leave to offer th fol lowing: J Ruolmd, That the United States ongbt toco operate with any State which may adopt a gradual abolishment of slavery, giving to suoh Stat pecuniary aid, to be used by such State in it aircreuoo, to compensate tor tne moon venlenees, puhlio and private,, produoed by such ohange of system. "V 1 The rules wer suspended for the purpose 86 against 35. A motion to postpone tb consideration of the resolution, wbioh is the one suggested Iu the President's message, wa spiritedly discussed. Without taking tb question thereon the House adjourned.., ,. .-w.:o',. ' J ... From Nashville. Louisvilli, March 10. Friday night last a squad of cavalry, under th notorious rebel Col. John morgan, who was some time slue erro neously reported killed, attacked the Federal pickets fifteen miles south ot Masbville, taking two prisoners and six government wagons. Oo Saturday a party of Ohio Federal cavalry went in pursuit, round ana attackea tn reoeis, kill ing tour ot Morgan' men, capturing eight and recovering the ii wagon. They ar now la hot pursuit of Morgan' gang, confident of catching" them. :. -u -v.' ' No Battle at Fort Craig. Kansas Cm, March 10. Qaantret's bend entered Anbey, Kansas, oa th 17tb, killed five men, and stole fifteen or twenty horses. Letters from Santa Fe 23d, Port Sarah 24th, from reliable sources, make no mention of a battle at Valverde. ' ' ' -"' Oath 16th th enemy appeared within mile andja halt Of Fort Craig, (bowing a front of flftee hundred cavalry, vita a reserve of five hundred and alx piece of artillery. Several hots wer exchanged, when the enemy retired in good order. Loss on killed oo each (id, i Several small engagements occurred daring - I 'he week, vblcb resulted (a ear loroes captor. - ling some prisoner and one ot tbe enemy7 flags, which was a United States flag with the I letter. altortM. -.-'1 r J An expres arrived fa tbe evening of the S3d; through In twenty four, hours from Fort 1 Craig, bat brought botbing official. A letter frouj Gov. Conoly atatod that flghtlog waa go ling on Jrneutne express lert, uur forces bad I captured over one hundred of the' enemy's mules and tbe principal wagonmsstcr, killing a great number of Texan. i Tbeenemvls bard pressed for . water, and was moving toward Valvarde, at which point tber ar two tbousaod of our men stationed. No reliance la placed In the report vis Denver Uity: 1 COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, March 10. COTTON rirmer and Slotted wllh aalaa of 96D0 balra al xeijatiwo lor BidaunK aplands. , ,. L0UH There I ls doLpc In sUU and weitarn. a ad tb market la hardly so firm; sals of 7000 barrel I at S3 45 far supemn suta; at, ami 60 (or xtra sute; $i X&i a for sopwan wswm; as sikusso ZSrrMZ traae nrands do, iiiemarkeioioslrjgdrooploa; ; - ,unjuijii si, j u it is uui1) sate or ouu barrels at 3 55'46 SS for common to choice extra. RYBeLOUU Unlet and iteadv villi email sales at eJKK&tXO. CORN MEAL Quiet and nrnnfrwllv unehinired: fairs rfonry ar vu; cranry wine at f 3 V aod au puncneons WHISKY Tbe'market .. wuhontclded ch,nf ,n a at S3J2oc, cloil g at In prices, sales of IKO barrels side price at which firurts tales were made f OBK. A little more doing, chiefly for future delivoiv generally without decided change; silts of SOObbl at u J7K(atl for mess; mn siKgia 70 for western and elty prime mess i'J Wmo 87, for prime; tha Gov eminent contract for 100 bbis mess, iron chime hoop i MO for (nniln nrlfna SS9I U hi.nn.l...... lO ii.;v.:." - ""jf.f::'..T"?:". . r.-.r.r..-:-" kai tur icpacaea mesa, anu uv nou lur extra I mess. , PKIMB MRB8 BEEr-Qntel and steady at ?rmX. INDIA MBS3 In fair demand: sales of 100 tierces atSle. ' BHK' HAMg-Qoletat 18317c. OUT MEATS Steady and firm: rules of 0 narkairra at 4iSo for western and oltjr shoulders, and 5t(7o for hams. - -. , i . BAOOaT Bide In fair demand and nulla Arm:' sulfa n1 775 boxes at C,o for city Cumberland cut middles 6 for western Ions ribbed and 0 for city short middles. BOOS Dressed, dull nd lower at SX'aSo tor west ern and i)i lot city. LAKD rtathermore teid: sales of 1755 hhls t Iu &ay,c; the latter an extreme price buTTKtt In littl better demand; stle at 109 !3o for Ohiol2loforsUt. CHEKSS Inaetlre at 5-S7j. WBB AT Dull ard droODlnw. aal 400 huih anrlnir ml (1 St; 1400 bash Amber Jorsey at (1 34 and 1UU0 bush whit Hlohgan 150 Kule oruet and aleadii bOiEMe. aa in auanlllv and quality. baulk K continues In eood demand at advancing- price with sales of 10.000 bushels California at 8Uo and ilOO bushels state at Kk:;-pi.me Canade western Mo. la offtrsd and flatbed. COKN Market I dull, bat a shade - easier, with sales of 50,000 bushels at 59G0e per bush tor mlied western in store, and file for do delivered; 4&aj9cl,ror new yellow Jersey southern. OATB wull. Wltb aa e at imiOa for Jeraev. Can. ada, western and state; (mall lule of Prince Jtdward siam attic. 00 IEK The market for Rio iesa active, hut a' 111 rule very firm small ale at 32c. BUUAH-Kaw atlll verv firm w to less acllvitv In market; aales of 300 hhda at 6X7Xc tor Cobi; and 700 boxes Havana at 7J. MOt ABBES In better demand, bnt without decided (.nant In pricet; sales of 33 buds Porto Kico at 33.-; 13 bbis Cuba Muscovado at ittc; 375 buds clayed Cuba 3 I Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, March 8. FliOTJ E There is nulte an active demand from li e Ity baker and soma for export, and prices are hieber, ciuiws; at i owi(i o lor sapernno, ana (4 4l''S4 oU for extra. . . . J WHISKT The demand ia mod and 1 5fH1 hrl uM t at 18,1lbo, the latter rate lor wagon. raurisiuna- a quiet ana rawer anil market with ont any chang ia prices of Imuortanca. holders, a a general thioi, are firm, bnt there is very little demand. MISS POllK Is offered at (II 5011 75, and 300 brls city packed sold at the latter rate. There la a good demand for the lower grade of Lard at6i(8fcc, and some inquiry for city keg at 7c. The sales wer IbO brls snd 50 te prime country at 7o. Clly rendered in kegs is held at Sc. BULK AIBATS Nothing transpired In balk Metts; thai I a limited demand for them at 3'i;i. for Shoulder and iXe. for Bides. GE00ERIE8 Coffee la held firmly, ai4 30.3; may be considered the rang in tha large way, as well as the Jobbing rates- -' SOOAIv Firm at &39Xc. MOL ASBBB Dull at 344 lo. WHEAT A continued good demand and price are 3c per tmeb higher; th market closing firm at 90$95o for fair lo prime red, and ( 1 0011'3 for prime white. Ha'es 350 bath prime red at 95c; 350 bush good red and white at 8, and 1,500 bush prime red and white on private term. - - COBN The demand I active and price ar So per bush hljher. We quote ear In bulk at 33c, at the lower depot. - ... OATS The market is uuch r.ged and steady, we quote them at S8c in bulk. ME Th demand Is active and prices are tending upward. Bales 350 bush In bulk at 55s, 800 bathela u sacks at 5fo, and 5i,0buu do at 570, sucks returned. BARLEY Prime samples are scarce and In good de mand at 65$70ofor apring and fall, and not much offer. Ing. Th lower grade ar dull and hardly salable; 400 bath inferior spring sold at 5uc, and 3 jO bush fair till at COc. HAT The demand for tight-pressed continues active, at $14 15 per ton, Loose prcisod at 11W for prime on arrival. CHEESE The demand I good and the stock light. W qaote-Weit.rn Reserve at 77.; Bala ot 15U bxs t7)4c. BUTTER Prim and choice qualities ara scarce and In good demand at 154) !Yc; grades below prime are dull at7ISo. BJCED The demand for clover o?ntinuc good, and price advanced to 4 1594 30, with silet of 65 sacks ana IB brls at (4 15, and 130 bush at ( 4 SO. Timothy remain dull at II 90(372 01). DRIED PKAOHB8 Sale of 78 baihels halve at m V a. I . ... GtmtU Master Commissioner's "Sale. Bradburn Fisher) , v. Superior Court, n. Zlgleretal.) BT VIRTUE OF AN OKDEIt OF SALE to me directed, from the BnDerior Court of Franklin Oonnty, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the Court Hons, to th city of Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday, tbe 5th day of April, A. D. 1SG2, between tb hours of 10 o'clock. A. II.. and 4 o'clock. P. H. theTollowlna- described real estate, situate In the oonnty or franklin and State of Ohio, to wit: The weat one-ball (X) of the east one-half (K) of the north one-half (X) of lot No. forty-three (43). in Wil liam Phelan'a Mount Pleasant addition to the City of uolumbus, a tn aaroe is numbered and delineated on th reoorded plat of laid addition, recorded In the ile corder'a office of Franklin oounty, Ohio. apraieea at f tiu uu. a. w. ncriMAS, sheriff, and Matter Ocmmlssiocer Printer' fee (5.25. febSS-dlttwtd SHERIFFS SALE. B. A. Chapman ' Doo. M, page 507. Franklin Common Plea. v. I. W. Edwards TT VIH'I UF, OF A WHIT OF VENDI ! to me directed from the Ooart ot Common Pleas of Franklin county, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the door of th Court Hons tn the city of Columbus, 0.,on Saturday, the 221 day of Maroh A. D. 1862, , between the hour of 10. o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., the following described real estate, situate in the oonnty of Franklin, and Btate of Ohio, to wit: rorty- three aod on hair 14;i.S) leet off tb West aide of said North half of said lot No. 30, In the town of Qroveport formerly Rareynport. Appraisea at sxuii uu. OKOBOl W. nUFFMAN, EheiilT. Printer' fee 3 00. fcblt-dltfcwtd. ' Master Commissioner's Sale, Joshua Baldwin's adm'r; adm r tal.) v. Richard Bnowjen Court of Common Pico. BY VIRTUE OF AN OKDF.K OF SALE te m directed from the Court of Common fleas of franklin conntv, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tha door of tb Court Hons in th City of Columbus, Ohio on Saturday. tbe 12th day of April, A. D. 1SG2 between the hour of 10 A. M. and 4 Y. M , the fnl. lowing premise, sitoate in the city ot Ooinmbns Frank lin county, Ohio, to wit: , . In-lot No. 395; alko, lots No H, 15, 1C, 17, IH, 1 20.31 and W. of Snowilen'a subdivision of Out Lots No. 33nd34of ald city. , - Appraised at-Lot No. 395 t-,0UU CO Lou do. 14, 15, 18, 10, 20 ! . VI :)-,(! 00 each. Lots No. 18 and 17, at.... 4(I0 00 " ' - " a-i i io CO -!' 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, - aud Matter Cowmisaioner. Printer' fees, 5 23, , ' maio-aiteiwia. PANTOS F.A&NKbBUAWetIS FOH v anu., .... BAIN It BOX. SH1BTIKIM , ?oy. . . . ,. rLAWNf..S,"j PLAIN i : - ' ' ' BAIJf 0f. GEWT8 AND BO'8 HHIKTS aid Collar. I V P E It 1 0 It BAIN SON. The Bnglo Calls! Ths e k.. Begun I . A War f Extermination againat . Uaa .Xeetb, Baa Breatn, Ilaead Oaaii, Taathacne, Far. acne and Nsuralfia.. ' , " OUB AEtlLLBRt IB ... ; , .. DR WII, B. HUnD'fl DENTAL TREASURY: a ooHrLCTs srr or atuxmis roa v PKESE jtVING THE TEETH, PLRIFYLVG THE BREATH & MOUTH, ' AND ' ' ' CUJ8INQ TOOTH AGP & KitjRALQIA OONTIDNTSi Dr. Hurd'S Celebrated MOflTH WASH n bo.tte. Dr. Hurd's Uutuualled TOOTH POW'DEB one box. . . . ' Dr. Hurd's Magic TOOTHACHE DROPS, one bottle.. Dr. Hurd's Unrivalled NEURALGIA PLAS- JT. IUrd'l MAMA t. sua aV.... '1 . FL0SS SILr fa u, wnr ,n,y vM.uicn tm iMO, lUVTnriCK3,et.elo . ' ; -Prepared at Dr. TTuril'j TVrfui na n v .. Brooklyn (g D.) 77 ' - Prica 05R TtflTT AT?. nfv tr JL r Til DENTAL TR1ARTTRV m.k. . ... I !i,Tinh..i,-r...c-.:r ri:" " - "t " . uu n kui mj express. 11-T dirtctionior uOHVick aniel. mull. wl. . -,- " by The 'A' reatlaeonPreaervlaia.il . s.. ent, poat paid, on th reteipt of Twelv Oents, or four tampi. 'liMlveurRljria Plaatcr, for Nenralgla In tb race, Nervona Headache, at d Eaiaehe. fat- ,. on receipt of Kighteen Cent, or lx datopa. . ' ,. una jaaettniialic l'ia ler (large size), for Paina In tin iiht. i. B-2,lcJ." ,nT pa" of bodT eD, Poet-paid, on rrcelpl of Thirty seven Cents. . . . . r Address, f . . WM. D. HUR- 6t CO.. Tribune Buildings, New Jork. ITPDr. Hurd's MOCTII WASH. TOOTH PAwnuu and 100TH ACHE DHOPS cannot be aent by mall, but m, UI Fiuimoiy d oowinca at jour Drug or i'erioitlcal Soir!.JLfJhf' canno, s for lhe DENTAL inDuui, rrico, us I voLUtt, which contn'ns them. - now,. . Are Dr. Kurd's Preparations Good?" The best evidence that they are Is, that their firmest mend and best patrons are those who hav used them longest. Da. William B. Uuan lean eminent DentUt of Brooklyn, Treasurer of the bew York Bute Dentists' Atsocuttlon, aod theso prep .ration bave been used in hia private practice for yean, and no leading clUr.cn of Brouklj-n or Wllliainsburgii queiliun thtli excellence wb.il eminent Dentistaol Haw utk recmumend llreu, aa the best known to the profession. Without tbe aid ol advertising, deulers have sold them by the gross. The tdltor of tho Brooklyn Daily Times sk."ff are happy to know that our friend. Da. Ilrjsi., is oe ceedlng beyond all ezpeolaUon with hi MOUi'H Waif and TOOTH POWDAtt. The iieUsecr-tof hls.urcen rest with the fict raur nis artiuli aaa rr.uci.tLr WHT THCT US SUMUSnS TO II. II VI 1 11 TuvrilT raoat Ttuia loko ins.'' The well-known P. T. Barnna writes: '-I found joni' TOOTH POWDKH to rood th.t m, i.mii. ... :.. all np. We'flnd It the beat Powder for th Teeth that w over used. I sImII feel obllied if y.. will lend me Jn,?'f," ,ul'P'y ' the Mnseum at yi,ur convenience, with viii. . But their cost is so (mall thtt uverv one mie li th . matter for himself. IT"? Beware of the ordinarv IIlRO'iTuOlh Powder eAntiaiiiB nn iirl wa.l.u1I -1 charcoal, and polisiiet witboat wearing the tiiamel. Un do other. What will Dr. Hurd's Effect? Remedies Da. LTurd's MOUTH WASH and TilflTW pni ni-i Will give to young ladles that fioeat charm In woman a Dream ana pearly teetb. Try them, ladiea Da. lloan'a Mouth Wash and Tenth Powder will oleanse the mouth from all foul exhalations; and if used ' u wvruiug, win maae me oreaaiaat l.ste sweeter and the day begin more sleosantlv. Ilu,,dnrf i r.,n testify to this. Try them, gentlemen. l)a. tluRDS Alouth Waah and Tooth Powder ar the bea preparations In the world forenrinir n-i n,,,h ... givlnz nrmnea and health tn ,um.. iinnHi. case of Diseased Bleiding Gums, Sore Uoniti, Uaoker eio., nave Deen cured by Dr. llurd'j auilngeu: waah. Dr. Hcan'a MOCrn WASH and Tfirvrn pntrnek give un additional cha-m to courtship, and mane bus buda more aureeahlo to tbeir wives aid wives to their hustxr.ds. Tney should boused by every person hav ing ARTIFICIAL TEETH, which are liable to Impart a tiiot to the mouth. DR. Hdkd'i TOOTHACHE DHOPS rnr. Tnmhh. arising from exposed nerves, sad are the bast friend that parent can have in the hooje to save their children from torture and themselves from loss of sleep and aym pathetic suOering. Farmers and Siccm.licsl von cannot nil afLil i neglect your teeth, lor a trilling sam, jou can now get preservatives, than which Rothachlld or Astor can it norntng neuer. Kcrrember that DiBPKPSIA and COS SUMPTION OP TUB LUNOs often orlKtnate In Neglect of Teeth. Bend for the TttatUt on Tefth, and read Dr. Fitch's observation on this subject. II too lata to arreit decay in your own teeth, lave your children's teeth. Neuralgia Plasters. Pa. Euro's NEURALGIA NOV-annisaTT B nr.ia. TK113 ar tbe moat pleasant and successful remedies ever prescribed for this painlul disease. The patient applies on, soon becomes drowsy, tail asleep, and awakea free fromi aln, and no blister or other unpleasant or Injuriona consequence ensne. Por Eirichc and nrevues uitDACHK, apply according to direction, and relief will surely follow. Nothing can be obtaine t equal to Dr. Ilurd'e Compreta lor Neuralgl.. Try them. 1 hey are entirely a novel, curious, aod original prepan ation, and wonderfully succesiful. They are ol two sites, one small, for the face, prloe 15 cents, and th other large, for application to the body, prloe 37 cent. nJloi mailed on rtocipt of priat and on ttamp. Vhat are the People Doing? The American people are Intelligent enouuh to annre- ciate preparations that contribute ao much to the hapiil., nee ot those using them, and they want them . asvery mail brings us letter, some ordering the TataTis on Timi, some the NtnaiLou Punns. and not a few en closing 37 cent for tha Mohth Wish, to be tent by mail; i w rneie we are compel lea to reply that It I Impostl ble to send a half pint bottle by mail. The people want theso Bemedies Who will tuppty Ihemt Now Is th CHANCE FOR AGENTS. Shrewd agent can make small fortune la carrying theso articles around to families. Th Dkmtal tuu CRT ia tlie neatest article that a man or woman ean carry around. Send for one and see. or, better, adoaen which wo will sell, a samples, for 7 . A pent aupplied liter al ly with Circular. JO-'Nuw 1 the tima to go Into th busitess, tj do good, and make a profit. We ar spendiog thousands for iha benefit of agents. New England men and women I here ia something nice, and a chuce to take the tide at lis Socd. , - Addreu, W.B.HURD & CO., Tribune-Buildings, NBTW YORK. That remittances may he mad with confidence, W. B. U. At Oo. refer to IS Major of Brooklyn; to 0. W. . OairriTR. President Farmers' andCltiteu' Bank. Brook lyn; to Jut, Doe Jr. Co., New York; to Biam n. e,sq., new ior, etc., eic feb'JU liM-dtwly ... , BheriflV Sil. Samut l Brush ush ) et nl ) v euorior Coarl. Thomas Diddle ( f) VIBTUB OP AN ORDKR OP flAI.B TO WB I dtiected.from the Cuperior Ooart of Prank lin mon- ty, Ohio, I will otter for ile at ttw dunr of lhe Oiil Mouse in Ilia city of Columbus, on Saturday, tho 3JJ day of March,' A. D. 1863,'", At oni o'clock, P. M., tha following dosorlhed real e hue, sitnat In tlie ol'y of Oolumbu, oonnty of Prank-' lin. and State of Ohio, to wit - -Being two lots desisted as lot number fifty tiro (X) and number fifty three (S3), on a plat of snhdlvliton of out lots Nos. 131 snd 138, made by William Dennis,' Jr , end Kobert H. Neil, recorded in plat record No I, pase 7, yrai kiln connty records. Appraised at lot No. 53, 00. . 52, 350 l0 0- "f. HUfPMAX, hCTlB ' Hy Kb. 1'avi. Dept. Printer's fee ft SO fsbltr-dlt.wld . : : ; i 1 1 IMMOVAIUC C1.ASP tlUOI . SKIRT BAIN At ION.