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- UTTuHuitikOotDii(mhZnuBB -i .. LTi..Ji ' Arrives. If Ight Hxpreat, Via Dayton, 00 A. M.. . S:3UA. M. Cincinnati AeonmaiOilatton. 5:20 A. M. 9:23 P. M. Day Burets . . 1.55 P. M. IliSSF. M. Jiw. W. Douirr, Agent OOLDMIDI Jc OuVtlAMO X- R 7 ' ' - X ' Night H sprees , NsW York, tixpreas.. ...8:50 A. M. 1:301. M 3 15 P. M. 1:30 P. H JaKZS PATTSIIIOII, AftDt OnnuOaio R. R. Night Bxpresa Day Kxpreii 4:00 A. M. 1:30 A. M, 3:10 P. M, ' 1:30 P. M ,, . . W. i. Bsu, Agent PlTTllDKHB, Oouintni Is OinoimiATi B. I. Mail Train 4:00 A.M. 1:30 A M BprMiTrln........ v-"'S-JP-M. 1:30P.M. Ooiuuent A JbeuRorotis, R. R. ' (Colomsus Prutis a Indiana R. R.) Ohlotgo Express .. B.dOA. M. 8:03 P. M. 11:50 A. M. No. 8 , " .......... 3:00 P. M. 10:00 A.M. 8:33 P. M . ....' . . 0. V. tuna, Agent. ajo yon want Whiskers? Do yon want a Moustache ? , If o, purchase on bottle of E. E., CHAM F I OA'S Tin world rsntwned Tolist tht only article of tha kind vunw iuv pvopiff aji tut; wuimu cut in. XCU QOOYi ruoiv it in oniy on mea bj we .rttnon; id London mun jTintu it to onirerMi ote, - . . TUB XXOILBIOB Whisker Invigorator I ! Ia a Beautiful, Kconomlcal, Boothlbg, yat Itlmulitlng Compound, noting aa U by maglo npon tha roota, ean- iDgBDsaniuaigroiru oi nxnnaot heard. If appliad w "1. aiai)'. i.KiiicuigjiwwiHii ua 11 appiiaa ao oordlnf to directlona, It will came to aprlnl up In bald Mt 0IUBBATBD - Excelsior Invigorator I Ii an Indlapaniabla a Uela'ln arary Oentleman'a Tollat, aad after ont waak'a vaa they would not, for any oonald oration, ba without U Tha above article will, In from four to eight weeke, bring out a thick tat of Wiukxm or JBOurrACHl. r , ..... The inbacrlbera are the only Agfnte for the ebcre tr ue ie m we ULitea Btatee, ! They wo4.1l! alio announce to the public that they are I tiai lor i : . , KAPOtEOM'S HAIR TOILET ! Tha only article erer offered to the Trench people that would Odkl Straight BairI the abore Toilet being maaafactnred for the aola benefit of Lonla Napoleon) which article la now lndltpennMe to hti toilet room. Tha auhecrlbera, feeling confident that thla Toilet molt neoCTenrlly take the place of all othera ever offered to iu puoiir, time pieaenre in expnenng tneir eonodence in ine article, gaining It from practical nee. The Napoleon" Hair Toilet S ' ' Will Ouat Straisht Hair la Bofl, Silken, flowing Ourla, that' will remain Id ahapa for one day or one w,n oeeireu, or any longer period, ir me directlona are etrictly followed, which are Tory aimple and eaay. The Hair Toilet doea not in any manner Interfere with tfce natural t$outu of lAt Hair, It neither acorohea norayea it; but ilrei the hair a aoft, tbritty appear ance. It alio ptivante the hair from falling of and The Napoleon Hair Toilet Baa been before the nubile but a ibort time, end hie al ready been teated by orer one thonaand peraona' and they teauiy that (he Napoleon BalrToilet la the grealeit uvauiiiicr ver ouerea io ui American people. To prerent thie Toilet from beior oonntarfelted or Im ttated by nnpiinclpled pertona, we do not offer It for aale at any DruggUt'e in the United Btatee. Therefore anyLady or Gentleman who dealrea Soft, Luxuriant Balr I and Ourlt, and Long, Boft Whlikeraor Mouilache. ean prcoore the Inelgurator or Toilet, either one, for one dollar, inoioeed lu a letter, with their addreai. Addrtaa , 0. V. BI'KNY at 00., ," ; , ,' Bor 1S3, Oollinrrllle, -. llartfordCo,,CocD. Aud It will be carefully sent by return mall. febS3 . . , .... . ' REDUOTIOISr V Ifl - .... I ixJ IE3 x icea HEADLEY, EBERLY l DinuAnnc lIWI BABfAlWai INrts. SOO 6c3T2, South lliahaet.. OFfBB AT REDUCED P R I C E 8 I.AIIIEN AND ClKNT.KltIEN' Cloaks, Shawls, Fancy Silks, BALMORAL SKIRTS; Ilooda c3 N'xxT3ieas,l Woolen Bed, Crib and Cradle BIjANXIIIITS Delaines, Merinoes, Repps, etc This Arm, having adopted the Oaah ayatem In the par chats and nle of floodt, are enabled to tell from 13 to SO percent, lea than other housei nndet the sredlt lyitem, HEADLES, ERERLY & EICHAED3, 250 and 252 south man street, , COLUMBUS. O. . jams . . : !,..!.,-' 33:000, legant BairMtts, '-' ' ' Linen Uollara and Ouffr, Point Lacea end Collars, ' ' 1,1 '.' .'i t - kf alteee Oollara, 11 jA'" . . Fancy Handkerchief!, " Wide Bemmed BandchTa, BleeT Blonde, 1 a - r .1 t - Trimming Rlbbone. Superior BettSf Table Linen la Cloths, Napkina and B'Oyltee. - 1 1 : Ladlea' Hernined fTendkerehlefe at very low price Alezandre'e KM Qloveo in all colore. . BAIN BOB, No. 90 South High It.' anlB LADIES', lt8 AND MISSES' MEIt INO Cnderehlrts. , ,,, -.'..-. ' , .... BAIN BON.. THE BAIiRIOHAI. Noeelty. - HOOP. 8KIUT-A - ' . BAIN It BON SUPERIOR HOOP SKIRTS. ' rpHB Immovable Olaip Boop Skirt, In White, Dark X and Magenta. The moat peneci nam yei intro duced by na, and for durability uneurpeoeed. Ladies' and Mlatct eiiee.- . ,:: t , l J ' BATH St BON, K Y; '! . . . No. 39 Booth High 8U anlB . .- ., . . - . . . -n H BATT plain black Rap Bilks, for Cloaks aad Draiiet, of the beat quality. ... , ... BAIN it BON. . No, 9 South BlghBt DR. ROBT. THOMPSON; Surgeon & Physician. rTlBJEATB ALL MBBABBB Of TBI irii.,i I tm mv U . . Mn-,k nf Tl rn.il fSn. 1A. Keeldenoe.S. Fourth (Market) Btroet, wear cornet f Spring. ... i . m ' Oolunibuveo". S9, 18C1- dfcwtf., , - , . , DRe j: w. Wompsoh; rvticB on man BtBiif, otbb hatmn'I 1 X." B1r;' a f-"r doors Nsrth ol Broad. Columbus, Deo. H-Ul-dtl THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 18G2. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Further About the Fight at Newport News. Latest from Manassas. PENSACOLA EVACUATED GEN. BRAGG AT NORFOLK. Rebels Concentrating all their Forces at Norfolk. WAR ORDERS BY THE PRESIDENT. DEIST. !' . - -' ' -rj: b.-i Fremont Appointed to a Command BATTERIES AT AQUIA CREEK EVACUATED. FROM WASHINGTON. &c. &c. &c. From Fortress Monroe. FoRTRifls MoNitot. March 11 All tbe Daoeri belonelne to tha frleate Ijumberlitnd hayine gooe down in her, It ia impoasible to obtain a oorrcot list of killed, wonodod and lost. ' ; Lieut. Beirridee, ot the Cumberland, has been ordered to tbe command of tbe Monitor. ' A flae of trace was sent to Craner Island to day. , , , . ,.,'; . , ,; Rebel ofuctrs say tbe Merrimac. or. aa they call her, tbe Vlrgioia, waa damaged, but not se riously. They admit the loss of four, killed and several wounded on her. Capt. Buchanan, who commanded, was seriously wounded in Sat urday's fight. Cap! Jones commanded her on Sunday. Tbe Yorlctown received shot uuder her boiler. Tbe Norfolk Day Book of yesterday eiyes a glowing account of the affair, and gives tbe total - rebel loss .at nine killed and twelve wounded. Twenty-three prisoners arrived at Norfolk, taken from the Congress. The Day Book also ssys tbe Monitor was seriously in- jured, and some of our gunboats SUuk, and re- ?oru our loss si biz nunarea to twelve nunarea. t also says, that, having accomplished tbe ob ject of the expedition, and . having no more material to work npon, our vessels returned to the navy yard, awaiting another opportunity. la tbe rebel (Jooerees yesterday, tbe opera tions of General A.S.Johnston in Tennessee were discussed. Mr. Adkins said that nearly every member of tbe Legislature signed a peti tion for his removal from that department. " The Beaufort correspondent of the Pay Book says that the Nashville is now bine at Moor- bead City. Une hundred vessels are reported at Ilatter as, lupposeCto contain reinforcements for Gen. Burnside. - - . Ooracoke Inlet ia said to be blocked up with stone vessels. . . i ; t. ; ii r Vlrelnia has been called noon for fortv thous and additional troops. i.. ia-. . f Boston, Marob ll.--The ' schooner J. H. Chapman arrived from New York last night, and reports that on tbe 3d Inst, she fell In with tbe brig Vermont. She lay by her till tbe fitb, and lett ber In latitude 39, 45, longitude 68, 8, drifting southeast two knots per hour, rudder, sails and anchors gone, and entirely helpless s!'P!''?"!!!c!::i.J a uv vara, uuw.m iaugui, iiuui a (tumtku, Cuba, reports that on the 8th lnsl., 'in latitude 35, longitude 74, she spoke the United States gunboat Saxon, having io low the British (.schooner British Queen, oaptured off Wilming ton, iNottn c&roiins, wmie attempting . to run the blockade. The Saxon was in search of the United Bute frigate Vermont."- ' the brig Isabel Buenan, Captain Tanea, ar rived at this port to-day from Port-au-Prinoe, reports that a severe shock of an .earthquake was felt at that ptace on the 19th, at 4 o'clock, A. M. i - The Battle in Arkansas. SramaviiLD, Mo., March 10.-rA special to tbe Missouri Republican says a messenger who arrived this morning at three o'olock, reports that thB battle lasted from Thursday morning till Saturday evening, and that our Iobs was four hundred and fifty killed and wounded. The rebel loss was about one. thousand, killed and wosnded, and one thousand' taken -prisoners, among them Col,,McRea, of an Arkansas Kegiment. - ,.- i ii.-o-o; jj.w- Tbe attack was made from the INorth 'and West, our army being completely surrounded. Van Dorn, Prloe, McCuIloch and Mcfptoeh were present with about twenty-five 'thousand men. Houuiiocn ana Moiotosa are reported mortally wbuuded. The attack from the rear was made by McCuIloch, and met by Sigel, who routed him completely. His oorps scattered in wild confusion. ; ' - ' ' .' We bave also captured a large amount of stores, teams, cannon, small arms and ammuni tlon. . v . i. From Centreville. Csntivilli, March 11. Yesterday. afterr noon our forces proceeded to Manassas, from here. The rebels bad destroyed everything they could not earry away, including ; railroad traoits, bridges, eto - , ' 1 LitsaoaoH, Va., March It. Col. Geary made personal reoonnolesancS jcfitord&y as far aa Car ter e mills, me enemy nas completely uilen back. Their path was blackened with ruins of hay and grain stacks. ,. ." ' Col. Geary and officers went to Ball's Bluff, and burled whatever bones they found there. Gen Bragg at Norfolk. Naur YoaK. March 12. An Elizabeth Citv. Nortb Caroflna, letterdated March 4th, to the Tribune, says Gen-1 Bragg, with hla forces num bering seven thousand, arrived at Norfolk yes terday from rensaooia, wnicn piaoe ne evacua ted after destroying the fortifications, guns, etc. It is also said the rebels are oalling all their spare forces into Norfolk, that they may be ready for any emergency. ' The foroe at Newborn and other points io this State, num bering twenty or thirty thousand drilled soldiers. together with tbe rebel foroes at Kiobmond,and other points between Richmond and Norfolk, win, it is tbougnt, be thrown in the rear ot toe Union force attacking Norfolk from this direc tion. Therefore, tbe last grand battle of the campaign may be fought in this struggle to save noriois-, snouia that city be attaoked. ' - i aV -", it From Fort Pickens and Key West. M The aieamet delphla arrived to-night from Fort Pickens 1st, r........ Att, ir. vv.t r.,k " Gen. Amoia was in command at Fert Pickens. Col. Brown nanng sauea for New York. Troons at Port rieKens a l we l. " Contrabands from Pensaoola report that one rebel regiment had left, and two unarmed regi ments naa sinvea. . Anderson was to be court-martialed for com mencieff the bombardment of January let. The steamer Magnolia arrived at Key West. a prize to the steamer. Booth' Carollaa. She had ten thousand bales Of cotton. Tbe steamers Mississippi and Matanzas were at Port Roval. with General Butler and his troops. General War Orders by the President. Wasbinoton, March 12. The1 following or ders by the rreBioem were puDiuaeaoy author, ityln the Intelligencer , this morning. Thalf EXECUTIVE MANSION, EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 1862 ' It Is ordered that on the 32d day of February ; 18C2, there be a general movement of tbe land and naval lorces or tne united rotates against tbe insurgent forces." That especially the army at and about fortress monroej me army ot the Potomao; the army of Western Vlrginiathe army noar Munfordsvillo, Ky ; the army and floatilla at Cairo, and a naval force in' tbe Gulf of Mexloo, be ready for a movement on that day. ' That all the other forces, both land and naval; with their respective commanders, obey tho existing order for the time, and be ready to obey additional orders when duly given. That the heads of department?, and especially tbe Secretary of War and tbe Navy, with all their subordinates, and the General-in-Chief, with all other commanders and subordinates of the land and naval forces, will severally be held to their striot and full rospoualbilks.or, the prompt exeoution of this order, i i r, .-. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, March 8th, 1862 Ordered, r irat That the Malor-Generat com mandiogtbe army of the Potoruao proceed forth' with io organize that part of said army design ed to enter 'upoft active operations, including the reserve, but excluding the troops to be.' lett In the fortifications about Washington, into four army corps, to be commanded according tqsonionty of ranjf, as follows: . , first corns to consist of tour divisions, and to be commanded by Major-uonerai mcuowell second; eorps to consist or three, Divisions, abd to bo commanded by Brigadier General Sumner."- ' " '' v- '1 ' ' ' Third corps to consist of three divisions, to be commanded by Brigadler-uenerai o. Y. lieinlz- elmnn. - 1 j . ' ' ' Fourth corps to consist of three divisions; and to be commanded by ttrigadier-Ueneral Keys. second That tbe divisions now commanded by the officers above assigned to tbe commands of corps, eball be embraced In apd form part of tbeir respective corps. . ,. , .... Third Tbe forces left 'for, the defense of Washington will be placed In command of Brig adier-General' Joseph Wadsworth.i who shall also be military Governor of the Distrlotof Co- lumbia. -w v. 1 . i-.'i -. fourth That this order be executed with such promptness and dispatch aa not to delay tbe cominDucemcnV. of the operations directed to be undertaken by the army of the Potomac. fifth A filth army oorps, to be commanded by Msjor-Oeneral N. P. Banks, will be formed from bis own and. Gen., Shieldu's (la to Gen. sudor's) division. ABRAHAM LINCOLN EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON, March 11, 1862. Major-General McClellau baviug personally taken the field at tbe bead of tbe army o( the Potomac, until otherwise ordered, he is relieved of the command of the other military depart ments he retaining tbe command of tbe De partment of the Potomao. ' .' V - I Ordered further, that the two depart meats now under the respective commands of Gens. Ualleclc aud Hunter, togetber witii so much ot that ot Gen. Buell as lies west of a north and south line indefinitely drawu through Knox ville, Tenn., be consolidated, and designated tbe Department of tbe Mississippi, and that un til otherwise ordered Mai. Gen. llalleok have command of tbe said Department. . - m Ordered, also, that the country west 01 tbe Department of tbe Potomao, and east ot the Department of the Mississippi,, be a Military Department, and the same be commanded by Ma). -Gen. Fremont. , -. ; , That all commanders of departments, after the receipt of this orJer, respectively report severally and directly to the Secretary of War, and that prompt and frequent reports wilt ne expected of all.. :.: : - -- .- . ABRAHAM LINCOLN. From Washington. Washington, March 11. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe this evening, states all Is quiet. No information obtained about the Merrimao's Injuries. She reached Norfolk Sunday evening. There is evidence tbat the main 'body of the rebel army left Manassas nearly two weeks ago. Tbe roads In Virginia are improving.. It is believed1 a portion of the rebels who evaouated Centrsville, were ordered to reinforce Winchester.. ' Six Southern men voted aye, and niue 'nay, in the House to-day on the President's emanci pation resolutions. 'The others from tha border Slates were not in their seats. ; ; ltffir Yoaa,"'MarcV 11. The' Herald's "dis patch says: Before dark last night, Col Aver ill, with a large body of cavalry, entered the far-famed rebel works at Manaasar, and blv- ouaced for tbe night amidst the ruins of the rebel stronghold. The intelligence gathered at Manassas and in the neighborhood, tend to show that tho whole rebel army has retired south ward. It is not credited (hat they will attempt to make a stand near bere, as the country is open, level and unpromising for a defensive Tbe opinion is gaining ground that Gordoct ville was simply tbe rendezvous lor what was lately the rebel army, as It ia -tbe junction of the Orange & Alexandria with tbe Virginia Central Railroad. ' Tbe only point at which they can with any sort of confidence attempt to make a stand, ia near tbe junction of tbe Frederick & Potomao with the Virginia Cen tral Railroad, in which neighborhood the North Anna and South Anna rivers unite, and form the Paoawaky river, about twenty miles direct lv ' nortb of Richmond, '.At, this point the Country ia much broken aud admirably fitted for defense. . .... .-. , .- .,? ,.1.71 It is reported tbat in tbelr retreat the rebels have destroyed tbelr bridge across tbe nortb fork of the Rsppahanockr Ia tbeir baste they have left behind straggling parties of soldiers, who seem to be very glad to be made prisoners Wherever they have gone, it Is evident tbat their army is completely demoralized and utter ly unfit for eervice. - -.- The moral effect of the retreat from Manass as to Richmond will bo the same throughout the South as it is in this part nf Virginia. Tbe Imnrflflsiom Drevalls that tbe Southern Cohfed eracy has eolIapsed,,and nuny.oC the people thank'God for it...; ,.,;.'., w - . Tbe forts are all abandoned, but log hats, hundreds In number arid ample to accommodate fully thirty thousand troops, stitl reruuin; also ah immense number of tenta,aad heaps of dead horses, cover tbe fields in the viomtty. The log huts are strewn along between CentrevlUe aad Manassas. The railroad is undisturbed. except the bridge. The stoee bridge across Bull Run, on the Warrenton turnpike, is blown up; as aled the bridge across Cnb Rap, between Lenirevine aun uituaaaas. u- ,.,-, . - - everything at Manassas' indioaled a preolpi tate flight of tne rebels. ' some caissons were found, but no runs. Piles of bullets and car trldged were left, aud an immense quantity of quartermaster's stores, - In one place there was discovered about tnirty tnousand busneis ot corn, which had been set fire to and was still smould cring. Among the trophies are pack saddles, army ordure, muskets, revolvers, bowie knives, lattora, eto. ; over one tbonsanoi pack saddles Were found, all new, and . marked "C, S. A,' People in toe vicmuy state taut prior to tne evacuation, there were one hundred thousand troops at Manassas and Centrevilre. tttvering tne breastworks were woat appear ed to be eannon, but on examination proved to be wooden aruirs, got up for eBect. .Two renniyivania cavalry regiments were tbe first Union troops entering Centrevllle.' .: At iirentviue, tour miles from mauassas, a home guard bad been organized to protect themsives against tne secessionists. 1 : Gen. MoClellan has taken up his quarters at Fairfax Conn Uouso. . .; r. ?j? " A dispatch has beenr received here oontra dloting the announcement that .Winchester waa occupied yesterday by our troops, and etatiog that it is beld by a rebel force. ' It Is believed bere by the best informed oiitics on military afi fairs, tbat tbe rebels there are simply a portion of the Virginia militia, left there to cover the retreat of tbe main body of tbe rebels. It is not probable that any considerable force would be' maintained. "In" that part cf Virginia, oiUr the evacuation of Manassas, which 'commands tbe only railroad avenue thence to Richmond Wasbinoton, March 11. A large number of contrabands have reached our lines, which now ' . xtend.beyond Manassas Junotlon aud are still rinmlnff In k sir A v Ad. Jt .. The earth-works at CentrevlUe were greatly misrepresented. They were not ef the formf. oharaoter supposed. The enemy, before evacuating," bad somewhat: injured tnenr by breaking the embrasure and eaaematea. -- o - ;.- . US our croope amytug at r niria wwy wuoa no more than a dozen families. The soldiers rushed Into Fairfax Court House, and brought away some of the records; but this being 41s covered, the officers directed their return. . " When our troons learned that Manassas had been evacuated, their spirits beoame depressed as they had anticipated a spiri'ed oonfliot with the enemv. Washington. March 12. Bvan arrival at tbe navy yard to-day, It Is ascertained that tne reb el batteries were evacuated at Aquia Creek yes terday morning, whether permanently or not we have no means of ascertaining. - 1 '" General Fremont will return to Washington either this evening or to morrow morning ' Repairs bare already been commences at nun Run. and the nrobabilitv la that the road to Manassas will be la running order this week. 1 The Naval committee of the Senate this morning agreed to report a bill at onoe for tbe appropriation of 15.000.000 lor Iron clad ves sels 01 war. Senator Grimes has just received sdlspatoh from Assistant SnnrntarT of War Fox. at Fort Monroe, deelarinir hi! nnnfMnnt hpllef that the Monitor, in ber next engagement, will sink tbe Man-In... 1f- V " I. .U. .. .V... v. . .uiuui 1,11 . i-VA VUUUrilia Ul. TVjJVIM .UI. iae merrimae was injored in the fight. 1 tie ex presses tbe opinion .that another contest be tweec the two vessels, is certain, and that the conflict will be terrible- br- ' - ' I THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, March 12. areaemted notitions from citizens of Kentucky, reauestlne- Congress to turn a deaf ear to ail sohemes of emancipation, and turn their attention to tbe business of the uuumrj. . :.. ; . ' - Mr. Trumbull, from the Judiciary committee, reported back the resolution for the expulsion of Mr. Powell, with the recommendation tbat it uq not pass. , Mr. nberman introdnoed a loint resolution. expressing the thanks of Congress to Lieuten ant voraen ana Bailors. Laid overs.c 1 tie also Introduced a bill to authorize the B I, ..... . . J rreaiaeai to take possession of certain property . I -:'A - ., ; .,'.. I Air. Latham lntroducArl a hill tn nni.l all I laws preventing foreign vessels from carrying malls to Panama nnd Asplnwall. a join, resolution waa received from the House, tendering aid, eto., to certain States. uoierreu 10 OOmmittAH nn Jndiaiar. . . .l. up motion of Mt Wlleon of Massachusetts, me Dili to authorize the Secretary of War to accept moneys appropriated by States io the 01 vount. ken np and passed, Ine Senate oaseed tha hill to dfin tn and emoluments of army officers, etc., igdud- log a tax Of ten Der cent, on aa krina nal,l l.a I the Government during the rebellion. , Tbe bill abolishing slavery In the District of U-lilmbla came np. "Several amendments of the OOmmittee .were reoorted. Amendmanta repealing all Iaws'inc3nsisten with the act. Mr. Davis ofiered an amendment tbat all car- sons liberated be colonized, and aonioorialiDar $100,000 for tbat object. He addressed tbe Senate in support of his amendment, but with out further action, the Senate adjourned. ' House. Mr. Edwards introduced a joint res olution tendering tbe thanks of Congress to J. Erlcjou, for bJ enterpilse, skill and forecast displayed in tbe construction of tbe Monitor, and to Lieut. Worden, officers and men, for services recently rendered. Referred to' the committee on Naval Affairs. Mr. McPherson introduced a joint resolution. which was referred, to fill the vacancy in the Board of Regents of tbe' Smithsonian Insti. tute. . ' - -' Tbe House passed the bill' authorizing the appointment ot a commissioner to meet oom miesionere from Great Britain and Franoe for the purpose of adopting measures for the pro tection oi ine naneries en tbe coast of. .New foundland. Three thousand dollars waa appro prlated to carry the act into effect. " The House passed Senate bill amendatory of au nti lur vitrrvuig iuvu cueci treaties wun New Granada and Costa Rics, for adjudication of claims. Mr-Calvert submittsd a minority rsnort. The suject was recommitted to the committee on District of Columbia. ' Mr. Blair of Mo., from the committee! on Military Affairs, reported a bill to increase the efficiency of tbe Medical Department: also, a bill to provide for the organization of sisnal corps, to serve during the present war.- Tbe consideration ot oota was postponed. - i ne uouss passed tne bin amendatory of tbe eighth section of an act to promote the efficien cy of the navy. . t , v Mr. Sedgwick reported, from tbe Naval com mittee, a bill regulating grades of line officers of the navy. , . ' .. ., The House passed Senate bill orovidina"for the custody of1 letters and presents from tbe xwing oi mam. ' " - " , Mr. Ashley, from tbe committee, on Territo ries, ' reported a bill providing for temporary provisional Governments over tbe districts of country in rebellion against the United States. l ne rresident is authorized to take possession and institute such governments with the aid of the military and naval powers; Governors, eto., to be appointed; a Legislative Assembly and Courts established, and continue till the people form new otate uovernments, Mr; Cravens, from the same committee, sub mitted a report which takes tbe ground tbat the bill provides tbat Congress haa power to x dude certain States from 'the Union and hold them in colonial dependence and vassalage till readmitted; in other words, that tbe Union may be dissolved by aat of Congress-nut assump tion aa aosnra auu ratal as mac a ocate can an nul its allegiance to the Union by State action Tbe bill further is impracticable in its details. incendiary, and equally- as repulsive to the principles of justice and humanity as to the -onstuution. ....... j ... . Air. Harding also submitted tne minority views 'of tbe committee, saying ;there Is aa abundant reason torosiieving mat tne rebellion will be speedily subdued and -put down. The bill at a single blow strikes out of existeooe eleven States in effect an ordinance of seces sion. It strikes down the Constitution and dis solves' the Government; is Inconsistent with sonad policy ! utterly at war with .religion and humanity; and hence tne minority enter their most earnest and solemn protest against it. a , ...Mr. Pendleton said the bill being clearly on constitutional, he moved to lay it on tha table. Carried; Mr. Ashley, from the committee on Trrlto vies, reported a bill to provide for tbe tempore. rv Government of Aiizjna. . The House went into committee of the Whole on the tax bill. Mr. Colfsx in tbe Chair. Mn Morrill of Vermont explained at length the provisions and effects of the bill. He Said the measures proposed would meet 'the large demands of tbe Uovernment. - Mr. Wadsworth opposed the bill, and inci dentally condemned tbe President's emancipa tion meseaee. '' '' k " Considerable debate followed, participated in by Bingham, Hickman and Wadsworth, but without action. Adjourned. ,(lfi; 4.- ' n '-: I I I 1 I ! Forts in New York Harbor to be Garrisoned. Nbw Yor'c.' March' 13. This evening all the nrlnoioal forts In the hatbor of Ne York will be garrisoned by order of Gov. Morgan. Tbe ruth New, xork volunteer Artiuery, en listed and instructed for heavy artiuery service, and recently ordered to Washington to garrison tbe forts In the vicinity of tbe Capital, baa been retained,! and, under orders received to-day, will b apportioned in companies to the differ ent ions fn aw ,ior; naroor.,,. , .,, , i '' ' 1 ' ap i St. Louis, March 12 Judge Gao, W,.. Mil )cr. of Cooper county, is announced as a candi date for Governor ot Missouri at the August election, j Miller has , been for many years Judge of the Circuit Conrt of that Circuit. ...'. - New Hampshire Election Niw .Yobk.' 'March 11. Tlie result'' of th New Hampshire election in one hundredand nineteen towns, elves Carry 22.9'Ja: Stark, 20 400: Wheeler, 1,013. -It is believed that Gov. Borrt's malority over all will' be ever fifteen hundred. ( The Republican majority In tbe House will be from filty to seventy-live. 1 be Repub licans have also probably elected ten out of tbe twelve Senators, and lour oi tbe councilors Rebel Account of the Engagement With the Merrimac. has arrived.? We leara tbrotigh; Lien I. i. ydable rd, that a eopy of the Norfolk Day U Bamihc-ii,' Marob J2. Tb OiJ Pt: ,t boat reacnea uia rom. oonwinw uibu,j ed aocoont of (be Merrimac's Sgbt, and pays .1 . ...l-v " r B , ,7 7i! . , ,7". . " the Cumberland. It admits that tome of the shot! from that, vessel entered the Msrrlmacj one shell killed seventeen men in the Merrimac, and wounded Capt. Buchanan, .who subse- auantl died. The Monitor is admitted fo be formidable, but she appeared like a blaok Yen- kee eheeaeboc on a raft. The Merrlmaef OB . . . . aunday was under command 01 waiesoy jonts. ine account la merely ooqnnea w oi mruay s ngut. "Some aligh't repairs will be fiecitasary 'to'thej Merrimac. i i V i ". ft Pi' 1 f i ne reaaou way -tne merrtmae uiu uut urn attack the Congress, wm because Cspt. Buch anan bad a brother on board, as paymaster A Skirmish. Fot HxMav. March 12.- A battalion of the First Nebraska, and a portion of Curtis's Iowa eavalry, attaoked a force of rebels six hundred strong this morning, defeating them, and taking possession ot tne town. Being apprised mat a large force of rebels were within a few hours' marching dlstanoe, they retreated, bringing away with them a number of prisoners. The company lost five killed among them a sergeant Mrr ' t.i'. -' V .. . t J. tl .'. '-. .li, Major. A secoud battalion, under commend of Lieut: Col, Patrick, crossed tbe fiver, to day to rein force. 2 , . , e . ,-:.' Report of Lieut. Pendergrast. receiving our broadside and giving one in re Referred. torn,.', , " "' and filty yards, and raked us fore apd aft with n.wl.kaii. nna r ih. mila i,in,.n Vani Wasbinoton, March 12. Tbe official 'report of Lieut. Pendergrast, of the L-ongrees, ad dressed to Commander Maraton, bss been lor- warded to tbe Navy Department. . ; Lieut, reoaergraet states tbat, owing to tne death of the commanding offioer, Jas. B. Smith, It becomes his painful duty to make t report to you of the part which the United States frigate Congress took io the efforts of our vessels at Newport news, to repel tne attacs or tne reoei flotilla on the 8th Inst. The report says that when the Merrimac, with three gunboats,' was seen steaming down from Norfolk, and bad ap proacbed near enough to discover oer coaracter, tbe ship a as clearedfor action, t At ten minutes past two tbe Merrimac opeoea with her bow gun with grape, pawing oer oa tne starboard kifta AC a dlatunna nt ahnnt thpAA hnndrAd varda. " . " - J ' 1 Afii.,ili,'i Iha fVinKMU alia fin Into AAA sank the Cumberland. The smaller vessel then attacked ns, killing and wounding many of our orew. Seeing the fate of tbe Cumberland, we Ilu tik ..J (.nanll mil tk tha .ubl.nna nf I tbe gnnboat Ziuave ran tbe vessel ashore. - At half naat twa tha-Merrlman took a noaition astern of ui. at a distance' of about one hundred up a 'fire 00 our -sUrboard-quarter. . Id the tk. P,.Uk- lln.. .nrf tha Thnmaa Jefferson (rebel steamers) approached frora up the James River, firing with precision and dolnjt ua a,t dimin. .One two atern annawere ni,r.,l. maananf Hafanaa Thaaa ra anon I having its muzzle knocked eway. ,ibe men were knocked away from them with great ra pidity aud slaughter by the terrible fire of the enemy. ' Lieut Pendergrast first learned of the death of Lieut. Smith at half past four; tha death happened ten minutes previous.- Seeing that our men were being tiled without tbe pros pect of any relief from the Minnesota,' which vessel had ran ashore In attempting to get np to us from Hampton Roads, not being able to get a eiogle gun to bear noon the enemy, and tbe ship feeing on fire in several places, npon consultation with Commander Wm. Smith we deemed it proper to haul down our oolora with out any further -lose of life on our part.' We were soan boarded by an officer of the Merrl-1 mac. ao said-ha would take charge of ship. He left shortly afterward, and a small tug eame alongside, whose Captain-demanded that we should surrender and. get out of the snip, as bs intended to burn ner immediately. Aaharp fire with musketry and artillery was malntaiaed from our troops ashore, npon the tug, having the effeot of .driving ber off. The Merrimao again opened npon ns, although we had a flag spread to show that we were oat of action. Alter having fired several shells into us, sbe lett as and engaged tha Minnesota and shore batteries; after which Lieut. Pendergrast states the wounded were taken, ashore in small boats, tbe ship having been on fire from tbe be ginning oi the ectioo, from the hot shot fired by the Merrimao. He reports the death of the following offi cers: Lieutj Joseph a. Smith, Aetiog-maaters Thomas Moore and William Rhodes. - I S ' Sheriff's Sale. ;. Charles Heath ' k OrdeMo tell aiUchU prd- Wn. f . Jenalag. ttal. . .. . .. TlY VlRTtE OF AN ORDER OF MAXfe. Jj to bm directed from the Court of Common Pleas of PrankHa eoanty, Ohio. I will offer for aale at tha door of tne Uoart nouaa, in we city of uolumbut, uniohoa Saturday, the 5th day of April, Ai D. 18bS, at 1 o'olock p. ., the followinr deacrfbed ' roalj eetate. altuate in lhonty of franklin, and Bute of Ohio, to wis, ' ' ; . ;" i' ii ( Lot No. Ten (10). (a Phelan's Mount Flaaaant Add tioo to the oity of 6o4ambnt. : - - Appralaed at atuu ue. . a. W. HOFFMAN, Sheriff. By Bd. Davis, Deputy.' John M. Pooh, Att'y. Prti.ter'a feea i 50. feb26 dltawtd Odttle In 3PtvtItiori. olomon Booker l gBp,.Io rourt of Pranklln JulU Ana fllleltetal.) . .-. If P17HSUANCE OF AN OKDEKOF . tha said Court to ma directed, I will offer for aale ait publlo aaetlon at tha door of the Court Route. In the city of voiumnue, en Saturday, the 15th day of March,' A. D, 1803, at one o'clook P. M., the following described real relate, altuate lo Madleon township, Pranklln eoanty, 0., to-wlt: The N. 1. quarter of sooUon 12, townehip 10, range 21, containing 180 aorea, more or leee.' Alao, 60 aoree, more or leee, off the weet eide of the toufheaat quarter of too. tlon 12, townehip iv, ana range xi, com sata pieces of land being in the eouUieaat corner of Madleon townehip, Pranklln 0o Onto: and. alto, land warrant No. 80,410: Bnbjeot to the dower eaUte of Julia Ann Gllck, described aa follows Beginning al a point tar the center of the eoanty rood leading from tha town of Litaopolia, In Palr&eld oounty, to road known at the Clroieville road, forty 70-100 poles eaatwardly from where the west line of said quarter section erossetsaid road, running thence laraltei wun tne weet una oi saia quarter section norm dee;. 45 niln., east one hundred and twenty-four 90- 100 noles to tha north line ef said quarter section. thence with said quarter section line B. 68 deg. 30 mln, eaat fifty-four polea to a l talcs near a small walnut tree, thence i seg. eo mm. weat one nunarea ana eignteen 10-100 poles to a staks In the center of said road, tbence with tha eenter of said road 8 84 deg. 30 mln. west Ally -four 30-1U0 polee to the place of beginning, contain- ng tony-one aerei or iana. Terma of sale: One-third eaab on day of sals, one-tblid In oit year and one-third In two years, bearing Inlereat at aix per cent, from day of tale. Deferred payventt secured by mortgMi on promisee. ' ' - Appralaed at J per aore. , 7 ' ' . .' ' ',. w HTPPMAN Bberitf. : Printer's feet, 8.50. ' - " feb7wtd v-4 k... T Master CfimmissioaerVSale ioahaa Baldwin's adm'ri . . , , . ' " vt, -v.. . - v Court Of Common Heat. ' sowdea at al.)- , , v . - '--ii,v R! ichard Buowdea OTTIRTTJE OF AJf ORDF.R OF SAL, R XJ to aM directed from the Court of Oommen pleaa of Pranklln county, Ohio, I will offer for tale at the door of the Court House In the City ef Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday, the. r2La lay of April,' A. D.18G2 between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M . the fol. lowing premlniaraltuaaa tn Dm ally of Colombo!, Frank lin county. Ohio, to wit: " " In-lot Ho. SVi: alao. lota Mot. 14. 15. 16. 17. IB. 1. xu, xi and ai, tf Buowdtn'a tubdivuton or vni-wta got, 33 and 34 of laid city, "- - ' Appraliedat-LotKo. BUS ...........s,uw tv ' t ut i I act. It, 13, io, iw, TO ' " ' '' J . r . . !,........ -.350 00 each. " , Lots Not. 16 and 17, t.... $W0 09. '.' ... I . so... .' $500 00 0. W. HOFFMAN, Sheriff, I ' . and Mailer Commiationer. Printed feeT. 15 B. ' , " maroHntkwtd i ! ? t fMl' ! GOLVF.li Fli t. HfTS, , lAOU'tM BII.L Htlnfll, ''ft i BOLDKit Uil-i, BumTB. Tht pattern of tliaee aiiirtsare new. Tue Bodies, Yvbea. Ileevet and botorni are formed to fit the person viib .. and eomfort. Tne markunon twnnito'cv i. t sits may be relied en as being aorrect, and f t ta euaraaMied wall aMdsv-'A full ttookel all tonsuntly far sale at i -- nrrr4. " d : ' BAIm a, i No 9 South High steeat. B UNNKTBi HIBttONS TA1IS,AND auvurs, new styles, juaitpanaany a A tin sow. apriU HeBBIeatkBiah It reel. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Columbus Retail Market. WEDNESDAY, March 12, 1862. tl Tt The fellowlnl lart the retail qnowDt oorrected by Wm. H. Beetieau. wholeeale and .retail grocer, No, loosoathHigh street wncat...,... i w ji w. Dagar w m 10M11 Oats VU. j.Mn. .85 Bapl lo. Itv I Corar tn Sir Molaaeea f;ai...... 60, HyTUP 9 ga......80n(91 00 Butter fk. ...... . IBe Lard 9.. Si"!w. ,vriV ........ otitic Tee g,...,e0c,l WKl 5 Rio Coffee SK'VSc 1 inni Avvin v v m 1 1753)1! 00 Java do mm-We v,M Peacbei....3 eoas sojuioa w sV ,i..a..... i(p wmieueanaf M.f itoib eroome e doa..i uuaii vs PoUtoea, w bit.. 560c Bay 9 ton 178 00 JjJJJ JJJ;; V':V Beef cwt '. Boap (DDI) 9" 6a8o 99 riour e ooi.i us svrJ 75 White Wheat dc5 7J 00 aa (Mil Hamowfc. , t$10c Bhouldera k ...."' - 7r uye floor bbU.. aa eo Oandlee.Tallow.bzl9 McSMe Bait Pork wow..,' Vt 00 Oandlea, Opal, box.. loo Oheeaee 8910 Wood eord.... tvmi Sft Maokerel No. I hf bbl BIO 50 uommy perbuh 1100 Mackerel No 1 or bbl 6 SO Whlity pei, gall, 9&$1 00 Baietna, M R.Bx 3 50S4 00 Mackerel No 1 klta.v SO White flab per h'fkel S3 5ul White Pith per qr IM f OM Bultan n Me coarian e a, nx? Herrini bbl S 0(1 Hgs B , ' See rrunee 9 ..,. r-' " !5o OomUeaiS be.'..i SOtSSOo1 wool Twine. IBs a lb. RK 9 dot .. fV.irv... lOclOranberriee 9 bbl... 8 DO ...lllXcBu:kwheatPlour f I, 3c urled Beef.. WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. frnou-HNtleaat 14 63(24 90 fnfr rM and anftr. or. or wQiiei auraei nnteuied. WattTt9ScBI 0I, -ui va. iv '. 0oa aalea at K4o -u. . -iv. .. . Oatb atlee ata&a. . " 3 0..1 .i.iv. l 1 j, i.. Bra email aalee al H.VSSOo. , . -f - ---HiT-ealet at 749. PoTAToaa nalea at 4S4A0V - " , -I . Baatalas at7eUlS5.' t-' Salt rulee at$2 0S3 9S per bbt. "'i ' '' WniTi Pub rule at U 856 75 per bbl . , , BdciwRcat Puoa at 8i32;o Cuvni Snm at tt no nor buih Timothy Po-tl 00. 'a ' New York Market. [REPORTED OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, March 12. jetkholdrI'1d'P'ad to accept any aateriai de Jf fS2?r,8l?!f L" fal' "and and quite arm: sales of htJiVtar., mm 0;i wuvva uau ana droau na arllh nni. . nu.i Inqeiry. ,' Balei of WOO barrela at as arwaVt .11 r-. pDo aiaie, auj m nt extra state; 3 2JS 35 for auperflnS weatern: S5 503 73 far eira woiiern; i owaia mo for ahionina brandi " uip.umu, ajuo 13 lor trade prandi! ur ketoloelng BeTy. - . VAnAVXaH ILTUlt HMV n,l aV,fl-t..'.-i.lr 1, i,m7AZS 77 co"""on io cnoice extra. 3254t5 7 ,m" ,le' ,l OUKN MEAL Quiet and nAmln.n ...t... ...... of 400 barrels at S2 00 for Jerv: Url.i.IraoV WUIBKr The market ia without decided chinie'ln nnsAi-uaii r-od comlutl; Id Tiew of lha light BY EuIwduU and droonfnaf tvlth safes iruu. k..-w oninaKM. ' iWW "mmu saa, wmfiJW t . t t ' t ' of M.500 buahela Oallfomla at (x0c. OOKN Market ia dull, and i. i i,k aalee oi 43,000 buaheU at 58o per buihel lor 'mixed weatern in atore. and 60atsi far rf m.ii...a at the lnalde nriae: MmBUx rn. . ., ah pplrjg order. OATsUlth Pa! asio, far j.r. L ad wetland ma'' Kr'VTdSlId' lalaodatdlo.' .'."."T for Bis lete acUve, lur ellU "J wi?""1 ii1''1 0f lm hMt ' for Cuba changed. ... - , . . ' "T' "u MOlASBES In belter demand, but without decided change in price.; aalea of 60 bblt and 18 tierces Cuba Muacovado at 25c. P0BK-Dull and Invar. lint u.,. n. - uvs UKVIUiS BLh I '-(: raatlnaal at r ,l .n,l .. 15 JO tor men; 1 5013 50 for prime meiT, I0 (sill lor prime. - - - . - -. BEBP Kulee dull: aalaa nt nin k.. i. a. .... - i5l'rr'""r, for country meta, $13 (S13 SO for repacked swat, and U75SUS0 for extra I11aI Skml Oila.ai.laa a. Olk3t K INDIA MBSB-Iu fair d,.Bi" ' TiTSTZL at 4o. . BRBP BAM8 Bo uca an.r i.. t? 35 I ' aa iai m IU tPVjja Jimt, .fl'i'of50pak.ge. H0OS (Dreaaed. dull anH kiso,,s. . em tod 5tf for city. aktZ?"?""' - Mn ' 3M0 Mh)' at 1 ffie?tc the latter for ehoica. ni.T15r. beMer -"-; ule at 109 13a fc r OHKBSK Inactive at 6S7Wo. BTOOKB-Are a urn. k.,,-?.. f.rd6l;,Hudaon36Xi Harlem isTJi Beadtag 43 Mich lgn Bouthern isuaranieed 48,; Boston 30; Illinois Can. tral .SCrln ttXC; Cincinnati. rtnl.k... --a n, , . VOX; Oleveland and Toledo 4ti( Delaware and Budeon o8;t, Amtrieangold 1U1?,; Miclilgan Central 88; Bud. son ai moitgare 82; Illlnoit Central bond. 93; New York lizee 9u: Illlnnia wmr In., na,. u: . ' . ... California sevens MX; United States sixes of 7, 93; do VI, oonpons W; do flvet of -74, 85. - .- t aa all we Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, March 12. The market Ii iteady and unchanged." t " Oall loana makine at S.A7 Prime paper ia selling at 6.H37 pi seat, Sterling Bxahanea it dull end notniaalat lUSlTi for Bankaya' Bills, and 1119118 for Merchant.' Bills. - aunncaa aoio auii al i Bev rant. nMn;na Calltoraia Gold Bars nominatat 3 per cent, premium. ejoyernmeat atoeks wwiet and Srm: 31.U f-,n notes In demand at 99iX; deauad note, quoted at - ' ' New York Cattle Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, March 12. Beef caille were dull and heavy with the la rye dealina Efl !b; BHo MnU llad tho top prloe: range it SXSfcl Tbe greater portion told at Be, tht market OBU. ( Mlloh ctwt remain dull. Veal talvet are in moderate demand at unchanged Bheep and Iambi are In fair rmnaat: d The total receipte of all atoeka thie waa an l.at a.aa aa follows! Beevea 4394; eowa 131; veal ealTea 69; thetp and Iambi 513a; iwlne 13 611 . -oI - v The current prlcea for the week are: Beef cattle of let lI12,ft?.prcwt! oralnrv 7 508 00; eommon ' luienor av&a aa. BMep and lambs, prime 86 807 50 per head; onllnary B4 5(K8550; com' men s! ao; inferior 3 30. Swine, orn fed 4 Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, March 11. offerinmi are lliht. end inani ,vi ai about 10c below wbai wllett aek. At B4 SOU S5 for uperllna a Urge baainess could be done, but hddera want ti yx4 35. " . " WHBAT The demand for wheat is good at 90395c for red and Bl($l OS for while. Vor a nhak-a lot nf ahlta i io waa onerea ana rerusod. OAT8 Are dull at BSe in bulk. Bnta'ra "offer QTc 'al Which the demand ia good. .. ' -. . CORN Baa advaneed for tar In bulk to 3334o and firm wiUi good demand. BIB I firm and adrinclns .. Biuera offer S5i3!IGa. tnd sellers sal' 50357c. , BhXbut rnme a in good requeit at 6510cr choice fall le held al 75o. . . WHISKY in the demand fot whisky Wat "good at 19o, hut after the New Tot k newt It was dull ' as tbat pnoe. 14 I . ;.t- . , t , aaa Under large receipts We declined to llitliX and are quiet. .. , . ,, .... UBO0KBIE8 A fair jobbing dunaad and the marUt for all articlea it Bmar ...'.,. OOPVBB We quote common, to nrima at !DWi2121o and ohoioa Bio at Ullage. , . . BUOAK Beflned yellow and New Orleana It 93 10o and crushed and powdered at 1 14) 1 1 o. ' ., , HAMS The demand for turar-eured la ftfr at 8 1.Y7c for uneanvaaaed, and Tfi7Hc foroanyend. 1 - BUTIBB Ie in good demand at MtSSOo, tht latter for extra table. . , . , .... r,..., . CHSBBB-rifirmat7,'(f58o.! .,r,, . . I , ..'J 'ijafrir. I Jlister Commission BeovyPfaff'tB.j ;l''?! '.-.i--js, Superior Court of. Prnk,lB Co. (L Daniel Trent at al. lr ,, ' ',, ,,. ., OF AN OIIDF.R eP SALK to ma directed, from tha Ranarier Oaaua of Praah- lin County, Olilo I will ofler for aale, at the. door of ins uoart Bouse, in tbe tity of Columbus, on y '. Saturday, tbe 5th day of April, A. P- I8G2, between (BS boura of 10 o cloak a. m and 4 o clock n m., the folbowlng described real eetate, eiluata ia the oounty of Pmnklln and Bta of Ohio, to rlt: ' LotNo pjlln William Phelao'a add. (Ion to the oity of Columbus, aa per put now . resold in tatd FTwnti-' llnoounty will mors fully show' " ' . Appralaed al r n .- ' v i . :4rlfci I ftaV.W.iOPlIAtt. Sheriff, . -i i t. a andMasteeOewmieeioaeit Prloter'sreaa BB SB. v . o ii- i.- . .iebU-dlid'wtd r,i I J. .' vi ; i - w, 9una4 ana voiiais, 4 KA1H at sun. v-t- G 'A N t If 1 JtaAN M I' t . SHlltTSt ffnt x fi.s tt rtauii'i.D :i oi 11 Y 8IUWXB, inncwdfalvna ati (ID Value 5 toh 1.M0 yards Bupar, Plain, ii lack Bilk at tl liU-Valu.' 1 S5aytrd. ' - ' -" t rsnch Mei lnot,4RHula Value BlX'olt a yard. . -" 7)cntt ralutll 00 a yard.' BAIN tt (OR -ootlfl No.MBouthHIghJtrii The ttufcrle .Can, I 7e wstr' has Begun I A TVar ( txtrinlnntIoa mtTint B4 Teeth, Ka XSteottb. , lea.4 Uamay Taeustcbe, i:otr. ' stehe, n4 ewralria. . ; .. :l I ' ;4"trttMt n ' PiajTAtlHSEASOat:;; A a connjeri srr op uhkdiu roa THE TEETH, PlIBIfJiraiDBBlEAlllfiCSiDTII, - ' AHO . CUBIBia TOOTHACHE ft MUBALQIA pi. Hurd's Celebrkled MOUTH WASH, one ' bottle. - . 1 .. Dr. Hurd's Unequalled TOOTH POWDER one box. ..... , ' wd'" Maglo TOOTHACnrT DROPS. l! TERl U,'Y 'Rm'n Bll R A LG I A PLAS.-.;' f "J- ''XABtiAl oa' ikt Btft iian'tof I'r."- v JM-OSS BILK far CUtmingbtticun Me TiafA, i,r '. ! TOOTH PICKS, tie, tie. : i .. , . r ' - .. ' Brooklti'D"""'"''' 77 'oirth' : " , Price) OHE D0LLAB;for.r EIX for $5. Vrf The DENTAL TBB ABtJBY akee a paekaae '"i"1? lasentkyssproM" -P '.'. ' mail'. vlt0: V"" Wi " "pantely.Jby " ': TheTreatleaan'preeervlnittba'teelta. " aUmpi" ! ' 0B U',,m,1Pt ' 0nu, fot The Nearalgla Plaeter, for tTeuralei . th. Pace, Nervoat Beadache. aad Jia.aaha. i l. VV on receiptor Bigbteen Ceute. or aU stamps.. ' .Tn,!"v.ls:laod IthiumaUe ,-.., tiargs nie), ror Pain In the Ohest, Bhouldare' ' ' ' of Thirty-seven Cents. . ,. .. ., an reel, y , , .. Tribune BuMing.' :New TwE '--' " in Dr. Huso's MOOTII aim t.lt.tu diiiiii.. and I'OOTUAOHB DROPS cannot be aent ay mall, but jianvtii. uHOro cannot be aent by mall, bat probably be obtainid at your Drug or Periodical irn. ' canne,aead te.ua 4br the DBNTAI. ' Va , I'rlce, Ons Bouwtt, which oontaloa them. uy ,mu Btorrs TRBASUBY, now; " .'. Are Dr. Hurd's Preparations G6od? The best evidence lhat Ihaa a la It... ii. .1. a . friends and best pstroM are tboae a'he have need them ""'"'aa a. liuaa lean amioeot Deatut Brooklyn, Treasurer of the Mew fork Slate Deolltu' auu ,ucaa preparaiioot nave beeo used la bis private oracUcafar and lhi.. .... . Brooklyn or Wllllamibargh uueilloos their excellent, . while eminent Dentiita of Hum Vnrk rw.,.j the beat known to the Drofeaalnn. With..., ik. .i advertliing, dealeri have aold I he in by the groat. Thw kdltor of the Brooklyn Dally Times aayt:-"W art happy to know that our friaa,i. n. u.,.. i. ... ' eeedlng beyond all expeeiatiou with km MOD rU W arid and TOOTH POWDBa. The great secret of hie saccm reata with the fact that artillss aat ran iuli wuat -mar ate aanuasMTM T as, al wi i ai nmir ' rsou THnm Loasoea.'' The weii koown P.T. Barnu writes:" I found your TOOTR POWDBB so good that my lamily have uatl U J up. ; We find it the beet Powder for the Teeth that ever used. I shall feel obliged If yu wilt tend ma another tunply at the Museum at your eouvenleace, wlih ' bill. , . But then eosl tl ao aroall that evara ana .u ,..t ,k . matter for himself.: . Ej Beware of Uk ordinary Tooth Powdera. Da. HURU'a TtOth Powder anntaina no arlil .... . ohareeal, aud poliihea without wearing the enamel. 'ilea VkUVja:. What i will Dr. Hurd's Effect? .", Remedies Dr. IIuRo'i MOUTH WASH end TAOTR Prlir.ku will give to young ladies that floral charm lu woman a seat breath and pearly teeth. Try them, ladlea Da. Bonn's Mouth Wash and Tanih p.rf.. .n cleanse the mouth from all foul exhalations; and if used the morning, will make the breakfast taela tweeter and the day begin more pleasantly. - Hundreds tf persons ' ran testify to Ibis. Try them, irsntlemea. . K. 11 OR Da Mouth Waah and Tanih Pn..l. ... 1 1.. best preparations In the world for curing Bad Bieath and giving firmneea and health to tha anna. n..j.j. , catea of Diseased Bletdiog Qume, Sort Mouth. Canker cu:., nave neencurea nyur. Murd'a aatrinamt nah. Dr. Hut n't MOUTH WASH and TDOTD cmrniB give an additional charm to courtship, and make baa bands more agreeable lo their wivee aad wtvee to tbelr husbaaus. Tney should be used by every person hav ARTIFICIAL TEETH, which art liable to Impart a taint to the month. Dk. Horo's TOOTH ACHB DROPS ran, f aetWfca arising trosa exposed nerves, and are tha heat friends thai pawno, am mm in ue noaae as ears Oartr iti. ft '" .a i-rmnf ra ami ijmtaifcuii TAttanu and Mxcnamcat yba cannot wen affard as neglect yoar teeth. Per a tan dug ansa, ywn can new gM preservauves, than which Botnactuld or Astar can set - nothing better. Bemember thai DYSPEPSIA and CON SUMPTION OP TBB LUNOS often originate ia heeled of Teeth. Send for tha TVeof ite oat TeetA, aad read Dr. Fitch ' observations on this subject. If too lata to arrest decay In your own teeth, am year children's teeth. . j ' . ... '. Neuralgia Plasters ; ; Dr. Hurd'i 5BURAL0IA MOtf-ADHBSITB PLAS TERS are the moat pleasant and lucceastul remedteo ever prescribed for tha painful disease. The patient appliea one, soon becomes drowsy, falia aaleep, and awakea fret from rain, snd no blister or other unpleasant or InJ urioni coneaqnetioet taeua. i Por BARacu and Nsrvoos Hsadaciu, apply according to directions, and relief will sorely follow. Nothing can be obulned equal to Dr. fiard'a Oomprest for Neuralgia. Try them. They are entirely a novel, eurloue. aad original prepan aUon, and wonderfully auceeiaful. They era of two lset, one small, for tha faoe, price 15 cents, snd tht other large, for application to the body, price 37 emu. Will bt mailed on rtatipt of friot and on Mamji. -., .What are the People Doing?' The American people art intelligent enough to appro- ' elate preparations that contribute so much to tbe kannt nets of these using them, snd they want them. Bv'ery mallbringa ua letters, aoma ordering the Tksatim on Tnrru, aoma the NsoaAiaiA PtarrsRi, and not a few en- losing 37 tenia for the Mou rn Waoh. to be tent by mall: but to these we are compelled to reply that It le imooaai- ble to Send a half pint bottle by mail. The people went ' tneta aeniodiea . n Aa wui tupply thtmt , Nov lathe'. -j- . i. ' chAnce for agents; - Bhrewd aaentt oen make a email fortune In earrtlne- Iheie articles arouud to familiea. Tht Dsiitai. Taaat srt Is the neateal article that a man or woman ean earr ' around. Send for one aad tea. or, better, a doeene which ill sell, samples, for S7. AtenU sanniied liber ally wluk Oiiouiara. JjT Mow It lbs Usss to go Into lbs buslueee, to do good, snd make a profit. Wa art ; ipendioe- Itouiandi for the benefit of agents. New angiana men ana women i nere it aometniog nliA, ana chance to take the tide al ite sod. Addreat, .,- , ,. ....'.,.-.;.. 7 ... wiB,' HURD & CO.V lribune-Buildings, That remittaneee may be madesrith eonfidanee. W. B. B. as Co. refer to the Mayor of Brooklyn; to a. W. QRtsrrm, President Parmera' end Citizens' Bank, Brook lyn; So Jo. Con a Co., Mew York; to P. T. Barucm, Bea., New York, eto., eto ... . ... . - 1 aaawtPs-saviy .-n. . . , 'SheriaV Bale. Samuel Bruib 1 ' '';' v Buperior Court. ' .: Thomu Biddle et al J BT TIRTUB OP Alt ORDKR OF BALI TO MB directed, from the Buperior Court of Pranklln roon to, Ohio, I will offer for ealo ai the door of Iba Court Bon-e ia lite dig of Columbus, on . .. i .v. 1, Saturday, the 23J day of Marcb, A. D. Id 02, ' At fine o'clock, P. M., the Vllowlof described reel sa. (p-tf, lltuste lu tbe ci'y of Columbui. county of Frank tin, and State of Ohio, to wit: Being two tots designated as lot number fifty two (r.?1 tod numher fifty. three (M). on a plat of luedhriaion or out Ion Nos. 131 snd 131, made by William Denmt ja, Jr., and Robert a. Nell, reeoiued lu plat record Mo I, ue mi, trar aim eoanty reoorue. - .- . , ApprniM at Lot no. aj. ejma m. . .. ::. , J il. Q. W. HUFFMAN, Short. By Bp. Davis. l"-( t. pTwit'ert toes tiW.-' .. feblB-dUkwld - THE IMtriOVABLE SKIRT. CLASP IlUOf BAIN ION, ... ,' ..v. tit