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FRIDAY MORNING, DEO. 19, 18C3. Rail Road Time Table. Bhowlni lb arrival and departure of tnlni at Oolum k. On ud after November 17, 1801, train will run es el town iirrui Mum St Ottmoa Xnu B. Leave. Arrlv. Oaolnnatl Accommodation . 0:09 A. U. 9:25 P. II. Onctnnatl bpiw 1.30 P. M. lili P. M. MlandAooommodatlon... 8:46P.M. II18OA.M. light Bxpr, via Dayton, 1:00 A. M. i.iik.U "' Jo. W. Pobbltt, Agent OotoiitDi Out bla B ft. light lipmiit.-Mi lew York Bxpr OarnuiOaio B. H It. I Bxpree lo. t Bxpr Bo. 4 Ixpreee to Newark, 1:00 A. II. . 1:15 P.M. 12:30 A. at liUOP.M 1mm Pattxiou, Agnl. 4:00 A. M. 3:30 P. M. 1:85 P. M. 18:50 A. M 1:01 P. H W. J. Iiu, Agtnt. PlTTWDMB, 01.01101 OuMUUATl E. B. ellTrntn 4:00 A.M. 1:0 P. M Bxpreei Train..... IMP. M. 18 50 A.M. Jot. Roiiniox, Agent OouHtui iMBuiantn, B. A. (Ondiiiii PlQ.UA IUA B. B. ) 0. 1 BxprtM 7:19 A. M. 11:45 A. H. 0.8 3:00 P.M. 0:00 P. M. a. A. Bill, Agent State and Local News. Tbi New York World can Binder 00 State street. be bid daily of Two Ohio regiment re known to bare par Uotpated la the battle of Fredericksburg- the Fourth and Eighth. Cobhbals C. Tatxob, Luis and Emt, of the Elghtl if'' were, among the wounded at Frederlcksb wmIcl IthcT m Taxes. The" "-ed bJ ' fw the PJ' ment ef taxes at ,'vrtiaeu.ty Treasurers' offices expires to-morrow (wMt the SOlb (net. BaiaaoitB Ginibal' Camp Dennlson, reports y two men In the hospital a m " Soboeons Jas. T. EdwaidJ r command at I JlHslxtY. Arrank and W. O. Schenck of the 36.u u NrtT Mn a . . ,. leMiuaae.l . Dageofleld of the 86th, hare ft,, , , . T. ..nuA .tmJl .f a,.A .... y .u -- Caair r .ken IlartevlUe, : ."0 been re. lo Camp Cj e, l' await exeu.'.rgs None (.1 me offloers tnkon were paroled. Sixtcsn noNDaio amd bix of the troops pi. roled in ib. U'.e affair at Hartsville hare been sent forw:.rl to Camp Chase. The will (here wait an txcha- 30. Th Second CaT&lrj, numbering five hundred and seyentj men, passed through here, on the 17th Inst., en rout' from Kansas to Camp Den Bison. John Kiaoi, of Cincinnati, is appointed As sistant fiorgeon of the 107th, and Pjerre S. Starr, of the same place, Assistant Surgeon of the 39th Oblo. Pbomotions have been made Iq the Sixth Ohio as follows: Lieutenant James M. Dono van, to Captain) Second Llentonant Frank S. Shaffer, to Firjt Lieutenant! Sergeant Jesse C. La Bille, to Second Lieutenant. Colonel Thomas M. Kir, of MoClellan'a ttaff and late 8tate Senator in Ohio, la lying at the Continental In Philadelphia, qnite ill with prhat bis friends fear will prove pulmonary eon snmptlon. Hunraatr Masjhall's Law Library la to be told by the United States Marshal, at Cincin nati, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, Decem ber 123 and S3. The library comprises over four hundred volumes of standard works. Govbbnmht taxing Caib or the Comtba- anm .The Cincinnati papers state that a requisition has been made for four thousand overcoats to be sent to St, Loula, for the use of the contrabands now at that point. They will be sent immediately. Pat Aoint Williams hag handed over to the Slate Treasurer sixty-one thousand dollars of allotment funds received from the following Ohio regiments now at Nashville: 18th, 91st, 69th and 74th Infantry, 3d and 4th cavalry and 1st artillery. A uttlb boy only eight years of age was re cently sentenced by some judge In Lncas county to the Penitentiary for two years. Ills orlme was burglary. Hia case was brought to the notice of the Governor, who promptly ordered him to the Reform Farm, where be should have been sent at first. Colonxl McMillin'b Tbial. Tbe London (Madlsoo county) Democrat, of the 18th Inst., says: The trial by court-martial of Col. MoMIUen, ol the 95th Regiment, is now in progress at Lexington, uy. Lieut, unrisman ana uraeny Peetrey, of Capt. Hanson's oompany, were sab peeoaed by the defense t attend tho trial yes terday. ' ' This evening at Nanghton Hall will be ex hibited, for the kit time In this city, the mag nificent panorama of Dr. Kane's Arctic Expe dition. There will also be an exhibition this afternoon at three o'clock for the ohildren. Upon loaving Colnmbus the panorama will visit London and Xtnla for one or two nights each, thence on to Cincinnati for the holidays We wish it the same suooess elsewhere that it has met with here. Br, nno Brr.Tia'8 Baniino Hoosi, Cincinnati We invite the attention of onr German and other oltlaens to the advertisement ot this estab lishment in another column. Mr, Speyer la a gentleman of wealth and general Information, and the facilities oi his honse for the transao lion of business, both in this country and in Europe, are all but nnequaled. Mischant TAiLoaiNe Mamoos Childi lo another column will be found the advertise ment of the superb clothing establishment of Marcus Childa in the new Nell Honse. Call ad see It. It is worth ft while jdst to step In If for no other motive, from mere curiosity, to View that spacious and splendid area where that grand master and provider of . costumes, Childs, has stored away an. Immense atook of winter goods and olothing ready made ; and where hia workmen ply shears, scissors, needles, and other Implements of their most anolent art, In preparing, fitting, and finishing suits nd garments of all descriptions for military men and civilians, In Ihe very best, neatest, most fashionable and substantial style. Bat II It useless to attempt to desoribe thli mammoth establishment. Go, reader, and tea It for yourself. Tax best advice that oan be taken Is to sen your natural teeth and hep your gnma sound by using Hudson's dkbivaixid Tooth Pabtb. Call for it at Studer's, Marple's, Samuel's, Robert's, Wilson's, Sohneller'e, Shaup's, Den lg's.Rldgway's, J. Fowler's, D. D. 8., or at iDrurglsts, Dentists or Ferfnmers anywnere. Try ll one ana eii. An Noff PBEPAHED TO Receive oa Oommlnlon ivery d.icrlptlon of property, inch ade, ro., Liquors, furniture, Oairlire Rt iyf my attention to nlos of Be. ' " ARMY jiTORES. : Omoa or Gommimaby or Bosiiitxko, UAiir Obam, Oiio. I BIDS WILL 111 BBOBITXD PBOM HB.BT UAVVt, (and from olllaen loyal to In Oovernment, And front whom tho oath of alleeiano will b required aoeODteno of the bide), until 11 A. M., DBOBMBEU S4th, ItOJ, At Oamp Che, Oblo, for tin inj.nly sod dellrery, fro of ill charjee, ot eoon TrathBeer, Htm Beef, In barrel!, fall weight, Men Pork, In barreli, full weight, Smoked Baoon, olear auteo, (new) In curt, Smoked Shouldere, (new) In tl.roei, Booked Bami, (new) In tlereea, Kxtra BuperBn Hour, In barrels, lined, Bard Bread, In barreli, lined, Corn Meal. In barrel lined, Beam, wbltfrneld, In barreli, lined. Blot, Bait India or Oarolloa, In barreli, lined, Hominy, of whlto oorn, In barreli, lined, OoSee Barer, light brown, In barren, lined 1 Bio Coffee, roaeted not ground, In barreli, lined, Blaok Tea, In itrong boxee, Green Tea, In etrong boxee, Vinegar, In barreli, Btar Oandlet, In boxes, full weight, Soap, In boxee, Bait, floe. In barreli, 80 poundi to the buihel, Molaiaei, In barreli, Irlih Potatoea, In barreli, 00 poundi to the bnihel, Oraahod Bugar, In barrel, as may be required by the Oommlaiary of lubiUtence iianonea were rrom time to urn. 001a muii, ween aguepica. will lorm me mil vt 11 wriiMia aontrAoi, wiiu two good iuretlea, and bonds indolent to Indemnify the United Btti ualnit loaf. Bald eontraot lo take effoot on the Bret day of iaomary, Uo3, and lo eonlloua In tone until the flrat day of May, 1U63, lubjeot to the ap proval of Ihe Oommlaiary General of Bubalitence. Bldi for the whole or any one or more of the abore ltemiwlllb reoeired. The etoree to be of the beit quality, with eotnat tare. The I reah Beef to be found and wboleiome. In alternate for and hind quartan or parti thereof (neoki and ahanki exainauj, to ne or iwera, over lour yean or ago, eaob welihiognetatleaitflv hundred nonnd. The Oorn Meal moat be freabty mad and by the pouna. xne nean uu poundi to tni imi&ei. This adTertliemenl ahall be nart and Dareel of the eon vraet. Mo chirr, for nackAM whtuh auiit ba marked "0. B. Oamp OhAie, Ohio." Alio wilb tie Bam of the eontraotor and iddreie. Harked lample with the bldi win do reqalrea or all the abore article, (meat ex oepted). 1 UariAlH JVUH UOMUHHAX, Oommlnary of BnbiliteneeD. B. A. December 10, lW)-id. W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER. Avtotlori, Saloa AID COMMISSION ROOMS No: 102 South High Street .,;. personal Property, at any point, within twen- ' im 1 tne utty. . ..onion Sale (vary tvcnlni. Ouuileucenta rpotfully sollolted. I bar bug room oror By aalee-room, for itoragt porpofe. BBPBBBNOBB I Keltan, Bancroft St Co., L. T. Wood bo ry 4t Co., tUer, Brother At Co., W. H. Bettleanx, maylO-ly J.StT B. Miller. atone a Lewii, John Geary it Bon Qlonn t Thrall. VM. II. RESTIEAUX, (BTJOOBRBOB TO MoBBB At BBBTIBADX) No. ,106, South High Street, OoXjbTTIVX J-J U , PBALBB IN CROC ERIE S, PRODUCE I PROVISIONS Foreign and Domestic Fruita, LOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETO. 6TORACE & Jlyl COMMISSION The Great Rebellion. EZPIBIENOID AQBNTB ABB WANT ID the pablUher, In every eonnty, to eanTaii for BT JOHN S. O. ABBOTT'S HISTORY OF THE CIYIL WAR -IN- AMI3HIO Al. To be In two volume, bound In leather and Ulna- trated on iteel. Toll wUl be TBB HUtory. Bend for a Circular, or make application for territory to LEDTABD BILIi, OleTiland, Ohio. octS-tt NEIL SOUSE1. Opened Sept. 16th, 1862. IMMIOIATSLT Opposite Capitol Buildiugr, High Street, Columbus Ohio. Ia Now Ready for the Reception. G-ueata. WALSTKnf FAJXIKO, Faorairroa. lOi. f . OULBBBTBOH, Atllitant. Mpt. 18-tf. JOHN L. GREEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, -OFflCB- No. 1 Odeon Building. noraa'as-di? Rebel Notes I Rebel Notes Just the Thing for the Times 1 000 -Accents "Wanted Ten Different Rebel Notes 8BNT POBT-PAID ON BBOBIPT Of 25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps. tbe Trade Supplied . B1.60 per too, er 10 per l,0OO. AnyeaerreUe rentleaaan'or l4y,oan mal e $100 within Confederate Scrip 1 , Try nil Try. re 111 JL7Iwant mryYntln thtooootry toenfafeln KTP. B. Calk to accompany aU eraVr intari- 1 Address, J. B. STTJDBB 17 Bart BUUItmt, Colombo, Oh jaaa-tf ' : Superior, Linen' Shirt Bosoms, TTTBISTBANDS. COLLARS), HALF II Mo, ana usaer uarmeni, lor ran wear. BAIN St BON. IT. 83 to W Booth High street. aof.il. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. IT For Morning and AfUrnoon Reporti, 1 Unit ra,n. Evening and Midnight Reports. FROM NEW ORLEANS. New Yonx, Deo. 18 The steamer Cahawba, from New Orleans, lUth Inst, arrived to-day. Amon- her paseeoKers are Hon. B. F. Flanders and Hon. M. Hahn, members of Congress from Louisiana. Gen. Butler, Undine the fund raised for the poor exhausted, has levied aa assessment whloh amounts lo twenty-eight thousand dollars on the cotton brokers, who advised the planters not lo send produce, In order to induce foreign intervention. Col. French, Provost Marshal General, has Issued an order that all persons arriving at New Orleana be required to take the oath of alle giance before landing. The rebela on the opposite side of the lake were consorlpting, and out of elehteen who crossed on passes, sixteen were seized and put into we reoei army. FROM BURNSIDE'S ARMY. Burying the Dead—Our Loss Greater than the Rebels. Hkadquaitibs. Tbursdav Evenlnir. Deo. 18. Yesterday the rebela sent, nndor flag of truoo, a request tbat we would bury our dead. buryine party accordlnelv went o and continued their labors during the truce; uj. Colonel Walton. Chief of Lonestreet Ar tillery, informed some of our officers tbar , rebel Infantry foroe engaged onSurcn:!?'- f.xi'l on Saturday waa only two brigades, but that they had large reserve near by. He said tbat our men exhibited the greatest bravoiy, but he considered Ihe rebel poeitiou Impregna ble, and that a force of fifty thousand would find it impossible to carry the bights in the faoe of their batteries, The rebel loss was small, oomoared with ours. from the faot Ibat Ibey were protected by a stone wall and rifle pits. Oar losses as heretofore re ported have been considerably decreased by the arrival of stragglers. The enemy took nearly eight hundred prisoners from us, considerable portion of whom were absent from their camps when we evacuated the south aid.- of the river. The prisoners taken on both sides hare been paroled. , It ia stated Ibat Lee and Lonestreet cams down to-day and held a conversation with some of our officers. The flair of truce waa with drawn to night, after all our dead wore burled. Washington, Deo. 18. The bill of Renre sentatlve Aldrloh to indemnify the State of Minnesota lor expenses Incurred In eonoeotlon with the reoent Indian diaturbanoes, appro priates $100,000 for thai purpose. The postal ppropriatioo for the oomlos: year amounts to twelve millions dollars. This does not inolude Ihe appropriation for the California Central Route, for which a special grant of one million was last year made, which it is presumed will be required. Tbe joint committee of Coneress on the con duct of the war, in pursuance of Senator Wil kinson's resolution adopted to-day, left Wash ington to night for tbe Rappahannock, to inquire into Ihe facta connected with late events near Fredericksburg. They are aocomnanled bv Senator Wilton and several others. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Third Session. WSAHINGTON, Dec. 18. at the Senate Mr. Cowan presented a petition for bankrupt act. Mr. Kloe introduced a bill to extend the Walla Walla and Fort Benton military road to Fort Aberorombie. Mr. Nesmith Introduced a bill to provide for the protection of overland emigrants to the Pa olfio. Mr. Williamson offered resolution that the committee on tbe Conduct of the War be di rected to inquire Into the faots relative to tbe reoent battle of fredericxaDurg, particularly aa to what officer or officers are responsible for the assault, also for the delay whloh ooourred In preparing to meet tbe enemy. Mr. MoUoogal auegested an amendment, tbat the committee report the result of their invest! gallons to the Senate. Amendment aocepted and resolution adopted. Un motion 01 Mr. Wilson, tbe bill to facili tate the discharge of disabled soldiers from the army, and for the lnspeotion of convalescent campa and Ihe hospitals oi the army, was taken Alter considerable discussion tbe bill passed. Mr. sumner onered resolution requesting the President, If not incompatible with tbe publio interest, to commnnicate to the Senate any information he may bare in his possession showing why Gen. Saxton was removed from bis command at Hilton Head. The bill to Improve the organlx&tlon of the cavalry forces was taken np and paased. Tbe bankrupt act was tben taken np. Mr. Foster addressed the Senate in favor of its passage. Mr. Urimes onared a resolution direounir the Secretary of War to inform the Senate of whom tbe transport vessels which recently broke down namely, the Thames and Niagara, and sonooner nympn were procured tor Banna's expedition, and by wnai agent or sents of tbe War Department they were char lered,at what prloe and for what period of time; and also roporl to the Senate what officers or agents examined the vessels as to tbeir sea worthiness. Adopted. Adjourned. House. Mr. Bingham, from the committee on tbe Judiciary, reported bsck the bill extend ing relief to loyal men lor slaves wrongfully taken, with a recommendation that It does not pass. Mr. Wickllffe, who originally Introduced the bill, remarked tbat be did not despair or satis tying tne House that some legislation was ne cessary; that tbe bill did not Interfere with tne new artloles of war. Mr. Maynard said it was important that some such measure should be proposed, to enable tbe military authorities to discriminate between loyal men and traitors. He had been informed by the beat authority that in some parts of Ten nessee the secessionists had been In tbe practice of Inducing tbeir slaves to get within our lines, wnere wey could not be reclaimed, merely for tne purpose of annovinn na, Mr. Wickliffe mentioned several Instances to show the Injustice to loyal mon In Kentucky, crowing out of this question, and, in this eon nection, stated the case of a yonng and gallant officer who had been dismissed from the service. Something, he repeated, ought to be done to protect loyal men, and to prevent acenea which be did noi want to sea. Mr. Lovtioy of 111. regretted this discussion He (Loveloy) was weary of this persistent and ehameless attempt on the part of the slavehold ers. Mr. Wickllffe (from the other side of the Hall) Do yon oall this a ahameless attempti Mr. Lioveloy 1 do oall 11 shameless at tempt. Mr. wioklino l am not at all surprised to bear tbat, from your standing and position on tnis uoor. Mr. Loveloy I oall II a persistent and shame less attempt of the slaveholders to set the army of the United Slates, these volunteers who have of their own free will offered np their lives aa a Baorlfioe on the altar of their country, to turn tnemeeivee to tne ease outness of chasing tugi tive Biavee, ano in wis tne cenueman from Kentaoky has the effrontery to aooeal lo the lustloe of the Republicans. Mr. mngnam, replying to Mr. wioklitre, wbo bad remarked that II was not his course to have It reierred to me juaioiary committee, bat to speolal committee, said: The reference of this bill lo tbe Judiciary oommittee waa Ihe crooer one. In bis opinion It waa violation of the Constitution, and it the prinolple should be established it would return some day to tor ment tbe Inventor. The bill authorises Ihe Federal Oovernment to in tor fere with tho ren ditlon and determination of fugitive oases with in tne limits or tbe elates, in a maonor un known to tha Constitution. Tbe Federal Gov ernment cannot, bv law. Intervene in an State Ha had hated thla raltapatad tnnu tK.n and not more fiercely than by the gentleman iron n.eniuoay. A oolloqny then ooourred between Meiers Blceham and JUallorv. . . Mr. Bingham then argued tbat lbs bill opposed to tne new article or war, trie oonnsoa lion and emanoipi'ton aot, aoa, not toe leaei, to the aot which tpresaly provides thai the Executive may employ lu the service of the United States, wbetner beloupjug to rebels lovallats, slaves comiog into our lines. Ihe bill was for the purpose of limiting down and seising slaves. After Iook debate. WlckliflVs bill was laid on the table yeas 86, oays 45. A resolution was adonted ioatrnotlnar the committee on Naval Affairs to report If letters of marqno ought not to be iasneo for the cap ture of tbe tilrate Alabama, and other like oral! Siting out in toe or'. oi ureal Britain. Toe armv apt. nrlation bill was taken up In committee of the Whole. The bill approprlatea f731,000,0U0. An amendment was oDered by Mr. Mallorv. that none of the appropriation should be need lor Ihe benefit of runaway alsves, or for emancipating or ooioniziog them. Amendment disagreed to. Tbe bill was tben reported to the Houso and passed by a vote of 107 against 3. Tbe House then went Into oommittee of the Whole on the first bill on tbe calendar, whlob waa to enable the testing of Sanderson's breeoh loading cannon, . Mr. Yeaman of Ky. made apeeoh, dorins whloh he explained the reasons why he recently offered resolutions declaring the emancipation proclamation of Resident Lincoln unconstitu tional and not calculated to hasten tbe restoration of peace, and as an assumption of power dangerous to tbe perpetuity of tbe Government and the rights of tbe oltlaens. lie said be had promised his constituents to nphold the unity of the Republlo and the supiemaoy of the laws, and Ibat be would support tbe Adminis tration and tho President so far as tbe trident would wage an honest, earnest . .,- ant war, within tbe pale of tbe Const!- tUtiui Acd according to the usages of olvilfzt lion and humanity, for the vindication of tbe laws. He would, If the choice wore presented, take the Government without slavery lu preference to slavery without tbe Government. Bat differing from tbo radloals, be did not be lieve that slavery was the cause of Ihe rebel- lion; therefore, be would do nothing to destroy tbo institution. Nor could be, for tbe sane reason, support the President's proclamation to liberate the alaves, and he relied upon the con servative feeling of tbe people of the country lo sustain him lu his position on this question. Mr. Cravena replied to Mr. Noel, wbo spoke yesterday, and said he waa opposed lo tbe eman cipation proclamation Ho was for the Union, tbe Constitntion an J the etwrccment of the laws, and lo favor of leaving the negroes where they are. The people wbo bad achieved such glorious moral triumphs in the reoent elec- liona would continue the contest until they bad whipped out completely radioallem, wblob, If not rebuked, would overthrow tbe Union. The Democratic party Intends to maintain tbe Con stitution, but they fetl humiliated to aee only blunder after blander oommitted by this Ad ministration. To have this Government main tained on the basis of the Constitution, and to have tbla rebellion put down, was what (be Democratic party wauted The committee rose and tbe Houso adjourned Cbicaok, Deo. 18, 7:30 P. M. A speolal Cairo dlspatob says: 1 he gunboat Cairo, wben Iwen tv-ons miles bolow tbe mouth of tbe Yazoo, on Friday last, was blown np by torpedo sunk in six fatboma of water. No one huit; but the boat and eulire armament and outfit were lost. It is thought tbat tbe torpedo was set off by gatvanio battery on the bluffs opposite. Foxtbess Moneoe, Doo. 17 This morning tbe Bitlmore mail boat bronghl down one hun dred and three confederate prisoners oaptured at Antletam, many of whom were wounded. There is no truth whatever in the reports tbat Uen. Banks or Uen. bmory are co-operating in North Carolina; wilb Geo. Foster and the troops in Gen. Dix's department. I' t) It T It I t t I' l i I ION rVlt STF.AM KW0H.ES, raiiii;s. SliHilinsrs, I'iill.ys, BOILERS, Mill f,E APINT, i MACHINERY KMilNK ll;Mir ii ll' il.MMi:KS, miitvii ( 'in-ttl.ir .r Mulay SAW MILLS. also, 1 1 t m 1. 1 1 f h i r t i o s or RETOKTS, riPKS AND CASTINGS, roa coat. iil wd a wohki. April G2,.l663i1y DR. ROBT. ThOrnTSON Surweon & Physioian. Office High Btreet, North of Bnd (No. IB). Beeldeno, N. fourth (Market) Btreet, titer wraa of Spring. Ur vr T., u nerctorora, treat an iitiaaMi or . - - . .. Ooloabo, vac. to, iBi. aawu FARM FOR SALE. HE BUBSCItlBEB OFfEK8 for sal hi farm on th Bcioto river. Tf on the Dublin road 4K mile (fonr mile JLm, by railroad) from Oolnmbn. oontalnln- 155 acre land, about 90 aorei of whlob 1 tlllabl and produotlve: 58 acre 1 in woodi, under a good fence and u aied aa paature, and ha on It a itrcam of water which doe dry op In aommer nor frees moon In winter . There on It a yonng orcnai a containing anoai ii acre oi Quo ded fruit treei, moitly peach, of oholc varlelie. which ha this year for the flrat time born a large and valu ed crop, mere u aiao on a yonng vmeyara. xnu property is doiir&ble, dther to th rarmer or the Horn cnltnriat. Term accommodating. Application may be made th snbicrlber, or to John W . Andrew, xiaq. H. r. BATUtlCK, Oct.SS-tf. No.206Townitreet, ' f Notice. Jam Laugham, plaintiff; Superior Oouit vi. Peter Tabler and ether defendants,) Ohio. PETITION. SAID PETBB TABLER, of North Mountain. Berkly count. Virginia, will take notloa that Jamei Laugham, of th county of Linn, In th ttata of Iowa, did, on the 29th day of November, A. D., 1862, fit etltion in in aaia superior uourioi vranxun oounty, Ihio. aialnat th laid Peter Tabler. William Slaughter. John 0. Bright and Ohrlitian Mar, defendanli; th Jeot and prayer oi aald petition was to obtain a judgment againei lata aeienaent ror in mm oi x,ouu, logetner with Intereit at ten per cent, from lb 4tb day of Jnn A.D. looo, payabi aemi-annuaiiy, on a note made aid Petor Tabler, William Slaughter and John 0. Bright to aald Jawc Laugnam ror the turn or f i.ooo, June 4th, A. D. 1857, and Indoned by laid ObrUtlan May, Oct. 11th, A. D., 1860; and th said Peter Tabler la notified that he Is reaalred to appear and answer Million on or befor th third Baturday after the day or January, a.u. lauj. m. a. ninn, Attorney for Plaintiff decw-td t In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Ohio. Oliver P. Cheney. Executor of 1 Batat of Buaannah Dove, deoeastd, against Jonathan Vlokeri and lllxabtth Ticker. To Jonathan Vicker and Petition to sell land. Illaabeth Ticker, deviiee of said Buaannah llov, deoad. T7-OD ARE nEREBT IN FOR .TIED 1 lhat on the 10th day ot December, A. D 1862, executor filed his petition In the Probate Court of frank lin oounty, unto, in object ana prayer of wblcb petition I to obtain an order from aaid Court on tb 17th day January, A. D., 1863, for th sal of th following eitate (of which aald Sutannah Dov died Mixed) or much ther of a nay ba neoeaaary to pay th debt aid deoedent, to wit: tn eaat naif of In-lol number on (1) in David Dixon's addition to tb town of shelter, rrenxun county, vnio. - OLITIB P. OBAKBT, Bxaeutor of Buiannah Dov. Columbui, Dec, 10, 18t.-w4w COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. New York Market. NEW YORK, December 18. or OOTTON-A hadalr. Willi sale of 000 balei at OWnSXo for aldlanS upland. 1 ILODfl Lo aotlv and scarcely to Bra. There were Mle at AS 75'AS S3 for eUDOrflne (tatel 18 109 Suitor extra tat BOAS 00 for taperfln west ern) aoa&SS HO for oommon to medium extra weiterni 9 70M BO for oommon 10 ood ehlpplnf brandi extraroand hoopOhlo; and $t 858 8S for trad brandi. Market oloilni quiet. WHEAT Lee actlv and scarcely o Arm. Baleinf Ohtcafo eprlng at Bl SillSl 30; Milwaukee olub at 91 SO B1 34; winter red wetrn at 91 X71 4t; amber, Mich igan at i iiiev. OORN Leie delnt and Drloa without dfelded sbaoi Sale at 7SiS77o for ahlpptnt mixed western, and 0 978o for damaged and heated. OATSr rmer and deoldcdly more actlr at os7ie for oommon to prime. uurvsa aariei aou ana unouangea. BOOAT Dolll Havana 0X(lUo. M0I.ABBB8 Bole quiet. HOPA Firm and In food demand at 17i3. PORK.. Opened aulet and oloeed s (bad eailar at 14 for me, and fljll OSi(U 75, anp Bjl3e)10 for prim. ruiMM jSEsa uwwjr -Biaaar, HOGS Drtaiei. llttl firmer, with sale at SVHWc forweatern. BAOON BIDIB Firmer. LARD Bhade eatler at 9ii to OX. muttek is to xxo for ynio and xx to xoc ror etaiei OUBEBB Bteody at 9X to 13c. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Dec. 17. a JLOTJB-Th demand I light, but U market rale teidT. saponin mi luwa i: extra ia ym au. and family and fancy IS itiHi 00. whisky A food demand and tne market arm St JSe, withialeiof UObbl. HOOB In demand was notIT; lb reoMot were light, and the weather excellent, which encouraged packer, and nrlcee were folly lOo hither. cIoiIdi at 4 J0O4 00. Th receipt were SOW. Tbe sale were aa follow: 450 averaging- 170 to ISO lb.... 14 004.'I0 Mi 200 to 810. .4BMS4 30 040 550 180 67 150 278 300 SOU 100 500 2H0 l'JO 220 255 210 lev SN5 240 170 230 175 .4 50 .4 55 .4 50 .4 20 .4 50 .4 55 .4 00 .4 25 .4 10 190. 1H5. 175. . 4 25 .4 20 4 05 Th heavy boil were tha klndi mot anxlonalv aonrht after. OLD UIBB POBKOltv Decked, i held at ail 95. bat there were no lalu. About 1200 bbla eonntr aold at a ahad below til 00, delivered at apolnt In Indiana. new mcia neia Bl )1J. ORKBN MBAT8-A rood demand, and ahanMen .r. higher. About 7000 pleoei aold at 3930 for ahoold ore,. 6r for rib ildei, and SXo for hami. 5000 pleoei bulk ihouldeii Sold atdo. LAUD li firmer, and city it held at 8tt39o, with a fair demand at 8X. SOS kegi told at Xo, which I an advance. OBOOERIBS Ther 1 no chance In tha m.rkat Th. demand I light. BUUAK llftflll. OOrrB 1033. MOLA8BBS-S0IS550. WHBAT Then wax an a A.m. cawed chiefly by tbo dlapatobc from Pittaburg, report, "- wmoa eauaea enippei to buy meu freely, and th market vai firmer, and th market iB.i.,i'1'i?!0 "7 eDt .w Prime ral at 85l; Indiana or Ohio while at 81 OVl Od. and prim to chole Ktntncdy while at 1 10A1 15. The aale made pnblla werei 2600 boah prim red at SI: 700 do do do at 06c; 3U0 do do do, In OoTlo.ton, at S l'xJO do good whit BJ1 05; 200 do cholM red at 1 05: uu prune na ana gooa wnite at 1 03, and 2000 do viuu.icu) i vi, ueiiTcrea. in roar Jail aaleiln eluded the nie of aackx to Piit.hnr.. rtahi mi , . . . but w bar no chang to note In price, and continue to i.vu.uunouiNHuHe , Dulk,ndSo(B57oln' cmdlnKiack. OATB Aoontlnned gooddamand at 50351 for new and old In bulk, and l3o including aacki, but they -B .. v MI,U.1 f , . BB-The market opened dull and hiavy, and price deollned toBOc p for prime aample on arrival, with aalee of about 1000 boih at thli price, bat th demand at th decline waa good. BAULKY Ther it no ehtnge lo th market. Prim and choice qnalltle are In good requeit at SI 3091 35 for fall and 1 201 25 for Btattipring, bnt th lower grade ei dull. . HAw75;,.iluIltet rBle " wl,n a good demand at 14 0091S 00 par ton for prim looae and tight preieed on arrival. OHBKSB The market la unchanged and firm. W quote eelecUd Wdtern fieeenre atlOXSHo. BUTTEB We bar no chang to report In th mar ket. Prim and oholo qnalltle an In (air requeit at 18920c, bnt tbe lower gradei are doll at 8915o. BBBD A continued doll markot for Clover at B5 75 90 for fair to prim. 225 boah prime old at BS 00. NotUaxdolni lav luaathy, and prloe are nominal at ft 79. Oatttv, Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Dec. 17. WBI AT Sasei 8 ears red on track At 1 1 14 OATB..8aleiiat45c. BiaBWIMBH-Market unchanged and lelllng at MX $37o. BEEDS-Olorer Is Is fair demand at 15 SO and timo thy at S. BOOS Balei at 18c. HOQS-Unchanged and Heady at4 20 -4 50. Bl AN 8 Bale CO buib prime at $2. CARBON OIL firm at 75810. BALT Selling at floe and SOS forooin. The Hog Market. PITTSBURG With larg recept and unfavorable weather for pack inith market forhon I da II, though quotation r- aialn th am a before, rauxlni from S3 50 to 4 00 per owt groii. Bales of 232 bead averaging 250 lb acb at j u, uaaeit, xieo. u. ST. LOUIS. Th weather being Improved, packer recommenced killing to-day. No pnrcha mads ai there i a three dayi lupply In peal, Democrat, Deo, 10. LOUISVILLE. The nnmbtr of ben slaughtered around the fall lo date I about 100,000. Th weather on Saturday and yeiterday wa too warm lor operation among tb pack er. Thar is but little demand, and th aalee of th week have been mad at from Bl to 14 50 net for light and heavy hogi. Ther hav been no material sale oi meal or oi bacon. ira wa Journal, Dec. 16. TOLEDO. Daxeexn Boa, Th recelpti ar light, tb warm weather .having caused a partial anipenilon among thlaughtrr. Th weather to-day I toolar, with a proipeot of a freeie np, In which eaae the market will rut firm at present quotations. Tb only aale w hear or to-day wa 41 bead at 3 3Sa4, dividing on BOOB. Blade, Deo. 10. Money Market. NEW YORK, Dec. 18. of a not li Th Money market 8 teady and moderate buslneis do ing at 6per cent, discount for call loan. Sterling Bxohang Is dull. Th nominal quo tation are $1 4SX(aU 45 for Merchant' and 1 45,9 1 4B for Banker' bill. American Gold llttl lower opening dull at 32 V 32Xnd doling iteady quiet at 32X. Pr cent, pre mium. California Gold Bars ar quiet and nominal at 31X per oent. premium. Oovernment Stock ar a (had eailar. United Btatei 6' of 1881 coupon fl 03XaU 04. 7 3-10 Tres ury Notes at $1 03S1 03X New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, Dec. 18. hii ob- try dated aald 24th Btocki aotlv and actlv Chicago and Bock Iilacd 80X1 Norwich and Worcester 7f jdllwauke and Prairie da Ohrfn 2nd preferred 81 Cleveland and Ioldo;6UX Illinole Central crip,7B; Michigan Bouth- era guaranteed oj; Ajnencao ucia laawimK; Paetfl Mail 132: Naw Tork Central 101 H: Hudson 78 K: Harlem Si; Harlim preferred 50X! Michigan Central 8ii Pitta burg, rort wayn and Onloago lit bond 108; U. six 1881 ooupon 104X1 California seven Kit Brook lyn water loan iwji; Indiana ana aioninn au; illinole Central bonds 109; Terra Haul and Wabash 2d bonda 62Xi Brl 4th bonds 101; Del. L. a W. 127; Galena and Chicago BIX! Uleveland and Pittaburg 4T Brl SOXl do preferred Bl; Cleveland At Toledo SBX; Treasury Note (7 3-10) 103; Llttl Miami 108W; Michigan Bonthrn'37X; Mloblgan Boutharn ooud 9ii Brl bond 120 ! Plttiburg, fort Wayn Ohloago 2d bond m, do lit 107X lOhlcago a North WeeUirn lit 38X,do 34 do assorted bond 47 Cleveland, Colombo and Cincinnati 194 X ; Panama 157X I Mlatourl sUe 52X I Ton neeaeealxc 54; Bacin and Milwaukee lisyi United State S'l '81 ooupon 104; Rerillered 99X; U.B.I'i 74 ooupon S3; Begutered t9Xi Demand Note 104 Virginia Blxae OS Tenneaw 54 X I Hannibal St. Joseph bond 63X1 United BUtee on year oertlfl catei 97 1 ooupon 104Xldmand note ISSXi Beading 76; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 87Xi U.S. S year oertinoate ; norm varonna OS 70; Ohloe's of l is; ceiiiornia 7' i it. said of real o of Win- Sale in Partition. Henry Bretornlta I franklin Connty Common Pleas Oourt. Christian Lehman PCRSTJANCE or ATI OBDEH Of 1 a th aald Oourt to m directed, I will offer for at publio auction, at tb door of th Oourt Hons tn city oi uoiumeus, on Saturday, tbe 33d day of January, A. D., 1863, At an o'clock, P. M., tb following described real Minute In PrankUn oountw. Ohio, to wlti In-lol Mo. 381, In th city of Columbus. Ohio, to loldinbjeot to tb dower citato of Hannah Hamel.at fifty dollar, to e paid annually during nr natural uf AoorlsedatB17SO. Term of 1 On-lhlrd of pnrcha paid on of sal; one-third In an year, and onathird la yean, bearing lntereet rrom dav or sale at ix nr per annum, with mortgag oa th prim lie to stour dcrerrtn payment. i, T ' ' W. xtUffMAH,' T Shrlff of franklin Oo. 0 ' Otto Dbsjol, Attorniy. Printer ifeee, $5 89. 4ol3-41twt4 Great Books in Press. THRILLING INCIDENTS Of THE . GREAT REBELLION; ot, Tha Haroism of oar Soldieri ft Sailors, 1 1., Urge 19me. Price, $1 SS. npUB CRITICS AND TUB PUBLIC ABB BIQHT X in pnawung mat us win surpa, in grapni nar rative, exciting Interest, and extenrlrc popularity, all OUier bletorie of th war for th Union. It theme wl II be the honiie daring, patient lufferlng, and hair-breadth eacapei of our aoldier and eallori, and It Incident will form a them of oonveraation at Innumerable Bjrealde for year to om. It will contain, In addition to It tlrring detail!, the philosophical Analyala of the Cauaee of the War, by Jonu Lotuso Motlxt, LL.D., author of "The Bin of th Dutoh Beuobllo," (to., th date of all the Important event from th John Brown raid, and an acoorat and reviled account of th principal battle, With n graving. On third th proeotd of all Bubecrlption cent dl wot lo a will be airan for the Relief of Disabled Bol- dten, and al 1 'perion who wleh a oopy of th work, and also to benefit th Midlers, sboald send their nam and addrta at unco. Also, any officer or private, or parson hi any section of th oountry, having knowledge of a nerole act or lUrrlng Incident, will oblige OI by sending uaanauoonnt of It, Booxaauoa, PorruuTia, and Oaxvamix Aam will be rnrnlaued wltn a Bubsorlption Propetni, on ap plication to in rooiianar 4 n A libtral commimion o4M to ooUUtri (Utir lto act ai aamtt in talcing tulHorMlo. n. The History of American Manu .. facturea from 1608 to 1860. By Dr. J. Liamdki BiiHor 9 vols. Bvo. Vol. I. now ready. Vol. If. nearly ready Thla la probably th Unreal and mott Important work now i i in American preai. W bar also jnat DubUahed new edlHoni of th fol lowing uaifnl and popular books! THB BU8INBS8 ALAN'S L.BQAL ADVI8IE; or, How lo Bav Money, by Uonductlng Doalne Aeoordlng to Law, a expounded by th Beat and Lateit Author! tie. 400pp.. ibeep. Priot, fl. 0PPOBTUNITIBB FOR INDUSTRY; or, A Thousand Onancei to Make Money. Cloth, Si. Thiibaibeen repuiiliahed in Ingland. Bverv bnslnea man and olerk ibould hav thee book. They will pay the buyer a hundred fold. Bvery parent should get them for their ion. All thee booki r mailed, dm tr aid. on receipt of price. We ,ay partloular atrntlon to mailing book, wrapping them carefully, and will procure and send, poatpatd. any book anywhere, on receipt of puhllihir pile and lis I tempi. aaareii J7KEEDUSY ft CO., Tribune Buildings, Now York. PIANOS. Person who deiirtto buy a Piano ot th beet maker will be shown how they can lave a hand- tome mm In th purchase If they addmea Piano, care Joi, Oo At Co., Publlihere Agouti, New Vork P. 0. uiyl4 dtwawiromiemn Notice. Daniel Oultner v. Superior Oonrt franklin Oounty, Ohio. Levi Laufbaro and other PETITION. SAID ;i.EVI LACGHAia, OF PITTS burab. In th State of Pennsylvania, will take no tice that Daniel Oultner. of th laid connty and State, did. on the uth day or Annul, A. u. ittfM, si nu pell tlon In aald Superior Court of FrankUn oounty, Ohio, against th aaid Levi Laugham, Oeorge Pegg and George Uroderlck, defendant; tb object and prayer of aaid pe tition waa lo obtain an order from aald Court for the eale ef the followinc described real eitate, to wit Bexlnnln at the northeast corner of land deeded by W. W. Pavla to Jame Laugham, and In th middle of th olnk road leadlni from Weitervllls to Oolumba: thence loath 18X de. exit along the middle ot aald road 58 feet; thence omh BOX deg. wed 122 feet; thence north 80 X deg. weet 312 feet to tbe aa,t Itn ot th lot deeded by Jame Laugham to a. 0. Bowman; tbeno north 2X deg. exit along the eaat line of aaid lot 83 feet to the north (id of Jame Laugham' land; tlinos icuth b5X degree eaat along tha north lln of aid land 4io reel u tne piao oi neginning, containing 123-160 acre, b m ama more or lea, exoept a fate- way along the north lino of laid lot to th graveyard; all altuata In laid franklin connty, Ohio: which aald aalt 1 to aatUfy a not and mortgage executed by the aid Lit! Laugham on tbo ih diy or July, a. D. ihoi, to theialdDanlelauitoer, for B114.5S, payable on the 9th dav of Janua.y. A, D. 1802, with Intoreet from data. The aald netltion praylRhat aald Laugham may pay laid note of B114.56, and tb lntereet thereon, or tbat tb Dremlue b aold to nay th tarn. And th aald Levi Lanibam 1 notified that he la required to appear and anewer aald pauuou on or be lore the nnt monoay lu January, A. u. 100a. HOBAOB WILSON, AtfyforPI'ir, Oolumbui.Nov. Sib, 1862-wfiW Master Commissioner's Sale. Oeorge M. Parsoni, lieoator of Bamuel Parson deceased, I go. br ord i William I. Brck t al. J BT vlrtua of an order of salt to m directed, from th Superior Court of franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for aale at th door of the Court Ilouae, In th city ol Columbus, on Saturday, tbe 221 day of January, A. D. 1863, between tha hours of 10 o'clock. A. U.. and 4 o'clock. P. M. tb following dcMribed raal eitate, annate in tne oounty of franklin and But of Ohio, to wlti Part of lot Mo. 8 and B of th auodlvlslen of survey 1388, Virginia Military Vlatrlcl, being in ahare or aald William f . Breck in laid lot Mo. 8 and 9. aa aslsnedandaetoS;tohlm by IheBuperiorOourtof frank lin count, Ohio, at it May term, 1858. In a partition mad of said lot between him and bl wlf Elisabeth 0. Breck, to wit! Lot No, two (2) of laid partition, com mencing at the N. W. oorner of lot Mo. 1 of aaid parti tion! thence 8. 57 deg, BOmln. B. 168 80-100 pol to th eantr of th Columbus and Barriaburg Turnpike Road, tbence along tha centre of eald road N. 32 deg. 30 mln. E. 35 pole to the 8. B. oornorof lot No. 3 of mid partition; thenc N. 57 deg. 30 mln. W. 190 pole to lb 8- W. oorner of aald lot No 3; thenc B. 1 deg. 30 mln. W. 41 pole to th. beginning, containing 39 acre 1 rood. Alio, lot No. three (3) of aald partition, oommenolngat the li. W. oorner oi loino. u, tnenc b. 31 aeg. i mln. E. 190 cole to th centr of th Oolnmbu and llarrliburg Suropik Hoadj theno along th centr of laid road N. w oeg. mm. 3 poies to in a. m oorner of lot No. 4 of aald partition; thenc N. 57 deg 30min.W.222 6S-lu0pole; thenc 8. 1 deg. 30 mln weet 02 50-100 pole to th plac beginning, contain ing 09 acres, 2 rood. 20 pole. .Annraiaed aa toltowa: - Lot Ms. 2. containing 38 acrat, together with th it earn aw mm, e,vw. Lot No. 3, oontalnlngSSacT, at $35 per acre. Q. W. BOre-KAN, Sheriff, and Master OommlMloner. Prlntere feel SO 75. deoiq-dltfcwtd Legal Notice. B. 2d 2d JOSEPH JOHNSON AND HIS WIFE EUaabeth Ann Jobneon, of the county of Bank, and State of Wiaconaln, and Jame Albert Pinks and Thome Milton f inka, or th Btaleof Ktntuoky, ar hereby no. tiled that on the 4th day of December, A. D , 1862, Ioaao Huddle and hi wlf Wlnnafert Huddle, of the county of franklin and Btata of Ohio, filed in th Su perior Oourt, within and for th oounty last aforesaid, a petition against tbe aald Joaeph Johnson, EUaabeth Johnaon and other, th object and prayer of which petition ia to obtain an order from laid oourt for tb aealgnment, and th assignment of dower to tb aald Wlnnafert Huddle, a widow of Milton finks, 1st t aid franklin oounty, d wealed, in and to th follow ing premise!, to wit: th farm upon which th laid Milton finki reilded at th date of his deoeaie, altuat In Madison towoiblp In said county of franklin, and in lection 6, townahlp 10, rang 81, oontalnlng about 314 acne, exoeptlng a tract lold and conveyed by Frederick Birlaber.aaadmtnlitnUorotald Milton flak, to John Brinkar by deed dated Anguit 20lh, 1857, oontalnlng on hundred and aix acre, ana excepting a pan eonveyeo oy Mid Bwieher. a inch administrator, to John Llnkln by deed dated May 30th, I860, oontalnlng 41X acres out of (aid farm, oontalnlng about 314 acre a afore laid, and th said Joaeph Johnton and EUaabeth Ann Johnaon ar further notified that, unlea they appear and plead, aniwer, or demur to the aald petition within aixty day aft-r the next term of said oourt, tbo laid leaas Huddl and Wlnnafert Huddl will thereafter, eo eoon as counsel ean ha heard in aald oonrt, apply to laid oourt to take the matter of th laid petition as eonfenea, and to aeoree accordingly. ' inaau nuuiaiii. WIMSIAf EftT HUDDLB Deo. 15,1862.-wCw ' 81 aale ia es tate, be day two th Guardian's Sale. TN PUK8UANCE OF AN ORDER OF J. tha Probata Oourt of franklin county. Ohio, mad on th Uth day of November, A. I. 1862, in th cast of Qeorre p. Bohioll, guardian of Louisa Wheeler, Caro line wheeler, sjawara wneeier, ameiia nneeierana Lorn Wheeler, again! hia wards, th undersigned will, on the 89th day of December, A. D. 1862. at 8 o'olcok P. M.,attbdoor of tb Court-hone In franklin oounty. Obi, offer at publio aale. the follewtng deaorlbed raal lat. aitoaie in franklin oounty, unto, to wit: Beglanlog at a lion In th north aid of the Oolumba and aranvul lurnplk, witneeiof th 8. W. oornir to Biohard Jonea'i land, running tnno wltn in oenter lino ot taldroad 8. 79 deg. 85 mln. W-3 30-M10 pole a atak or itonei thenoe north 0 deg. S mln. E. 64 so to aetak In tha N. lln of flottlleb Hlnderer'i land: thenoe with aald north lln 8. 86 deg. 13 mln- B. 3 17-100 pole to a atone. N. W. oorner to aald Jonea'e land; tbnewltu said Jonei'i W..lln B. 0 deg. 5 mis. W. 63 26-100 poise to th beglntlng, oontalnlng on acre on rood ana two iqual pom, al luivayea oy w. rr Pollard on th 16th day of July, 1861. Term of 1. UA8H. Appiidateoa o. ..:,. OBOBQB P. eOHBOIX, ' Quardlan ot LouUa, Caroline, Bdward, AmelU I and Lore Wheeler. ' ' " Qolumbua, Nov .29, 186S-W4 si Parii iMtrinai, B TravUhK Drttjas, very BtyUi land elejraat. swknUBJ ajBs gsrVAJi j SSSoath HlghBtr UB8 1 Do yon want Whiskers ? Do you want a Uonstache T If , pnh on bottl of ' E; I. CHAMP I0F8 .' ExcEt$ios wvicosAToar Th world renowaad Toilet cha Mb Hu .,, wi. !? .ff2?uUl Tpu United Btata. Th abova "i sionly?o.ebytn Freoohl U Londoa and Pari It Is In universal a. . THB BXOBLBIOB Whisker Invlgor ator 1 1 U a Beautlfnl, Boononleal, Bocthlng, yet BuauUtla Oompound, acting ae If by magic apon theroot, eaoe Inf a bMutlfwl growth ot luxurlaot beard. If applied lo th scalp, It will aar BaUntm. and at aunliZi cording to dlrsetlon, II will oeoee toiprlog np tat bald r-"" - "w a .ww mi im , THB OBLBBBATBS . Hsceleior Invigorator I I an lndiananaabla a,tL-U h, n o.(i aiMtt ad (aftr on week's a they would not, for any eonatd- ..wiuioai i,. me boot arucM will, in from TheV VOnld SlMk iBBaanM sua Ik. ik.i il SAF0tE0S'3 HAJB TOILET J Th Mb article ever offered lo tha frtnoh peopl that ! . ".87i,B1, abov.TVllit being manufaotand for th oK berMflt of Louis Napoleon! which artlol U now IndKpanbto to hi toilet room. Th ubicrlben, fee line oonelanl kh.t thun. K!?' 9 " M ver offend to rr.f. TT . F'" " mrpraasing tbdr eonfldeaot In the arUcla, falsing It from prIoJ um. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Oca B-rXAiaai TT.ia In One,. umi. Ourli, ttat will remain in shape for onTday or on " t" followed, whloh ar vary aiapl and eaev. Tb alr Toltat dot not In any manner mterferawiln th Xaivroi &ymM of U Bale. It wither loorchee nor dye; It; but givei th hair a loft, thrifty appea" ano. It all prevent the hair from faOingofi turning gray. The Napoleon Hair ToUet Ha been before th public but a abort time, and has al- HHil .1!".? bJ m' Und p.on.i and they tcatlfv that tha aTauU r.ip.m.. .7 . boUnr ever offered to th American peopleT To Drevent lhiaTnll h T-........ . i,".njr J4' a in th Cnltod Btatat. Therefor anylLady or OenUeman who deeln. fioft, Laxorlant MaW and Curia, and Long, Soft Whtakari or Monetaeb, eu Sroeur tb Invlgorator or ToUet, lthr on, for on olur, Inclosed la a Utter, with tbeir add rase. AOdreai q. f. BPBNT a 00., Bos ltO, OolUnavili, ?IJ,,,WJ" "ufl' " return malTT ' ' isi QlwSrlSt POWERS'S HOTEL, (roBaiBLr Iaili's,) No& 17 and 19 Park Bow; Oppoiil th Aitor Bouh and Park, New York. Price of Board $1 50 per Day. THIS LOIiti ESTABLISHED ANO popular Bout hai reoently been rebuilt and graat lyenUrgd by th addiUon of over 100 room, and now ha accommodation for over 300 persons. It baa alio been thoroughly ventilated, ud h"""' HEATED BV H T E A ITI AK LIGHTED WITH GAS THROUGHOUT. Thla Hotel ha ana r lh. h.., .. m.- U of eaay accaie from all the iteamboata and Ballrosdi leading to the Olty, and ii convenient lo all the City oonvsyano. It baa now all th oonvcnlenc of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, inanrlng th comfort of It, Innate. Tbo patronara of tb traveling nnkii. i. ...KU.u- solicited. " r Tami nov30,62-dawfromfebxD,dB .-S1.50RxDAr. B. L. POWERS, Proprietor. Dr. A, J, V ANDERS LICE, Late Professor of tbe Eoole Cllolque de Medl- mum rnarmae in ntrle. A PKACTmOSZB OF 20 TSARS. Announcee to hi friend and tha m., k. tlnnfl to devote his time la tha mHn. . V. .m . Coughs, Colds. Aatbme. FIli. Dnuu. n.x. pepsia, Liver Complaint, Piles Flstela, Gout, Rhumatism, Sorotula, While Swelling, Nervous Affeoflons, Fever and Ague, Bilious Complaints, eto., eta, etc Da. TAxniajLicn has met with great lucoeei by hi OMullar mode of treatment of diseases, where other very eminent phyatclans hav failed to produce a cure. Tb attaat hi oonfldeno in hi own axill and merits, he will unaortaxe tn our of all patients without charge exoepl- vi ucuiouisi requiring no lee until after he raatoraUon of their heeltb. Dias of peculiar character ba nuruii t . awv radioaliy in a few day, without offensiv or dele wnuu meawine. n warrants lo all, no matter how vr or long tan dint th dlaeaae, an effectual cure, or h requiree no pay. f emal iuffirtng with inwgulari tie, or Btrvoum. deblUi. au-.m K. n..ni. cured by Dr. T. Invalid L any aee tlon oftheoountrv. try addreselng a lettor to him poet paid, and Ineloeli, a fee, ean ban advlo, and madioin will be promptly tmt to tbmn. ITT Boldeno, two door from th corner of flraeo and floyd Street. Louisville. K v. omcm hAB pss frnrn B to 12 a. m., and from 2 to 7 p. m. Dr. A. J. TANDSB8LIOB can produo ovr on hundred oertUlcai of th tpeedy cur of varlou dia wv. uai, auu eve sun, CONSULTATION CRATIS. SIMONM'S EXCHANGE, H. SIMONTOJ, St SONf This Is to certify that I waa afflict! a-iil, wi.n. i- Ano for tlx years . After try ing vry remedy, I p laced myeelf under the ear of Dr. A. J. Tuderalic. ol Louitnut, and in three month wa perfeully cured. Olven under my hand thli 3 lit of September, 1858. J. BUOABMAN, Boston, Mai This la to certify that I bar baen afflltMl ith n for leven i eara. After trvlm ail knmnt mrti. ... t fallluf. Dr. A. J. Vandenllo pertonaad a perfect our In three month. LOUIS OOUBNAT. IE7 Fertoni teJU art af m-MUttd. im edu. AarufA ty card winy fall, toill flu, JiitrUitd eucn ro 10 1& ejfirfrrf. wpts-tr (Will be Ready tn Ten TJays. United States Infantry Tacties AUTHORIZED EDITION. ADOPTED AND KECOMUliNDBD bV THE WAR DEPiHTrlEfeT, Major-Generals McCIellan, Halleck, Buel, Pope, Caaey, McCoo and others, v . WITH QUfeajTIOftS Adapted la cou, Casef e Ac Hardee'i Tactic: By It-CoL H. B. WIL805, -, 44th onioun Asm. . . TUl WORK 18 TUB AVTBOBf KBD . Infantry Tactica for th United ataU Army--embracing th ayalaa ol inetruatloa la tb term of ques tion ana anawera in in kobooi, tb Oompany ana Bat talion Drill, o highly commended by the loapoo tor-General of th 0. 8. Army, and to wbkh our but regiment ar Indebted for their thorouah koosledg of vty movant In the drill and eattie-neld, by which th live of thousand of eur mn hav ben saved . , w eitra inaniMirinr tw f K U leifa All Aunt mam mv m wwi " vuav. . ATasoZvad, ay lb Saoeral Assembly of th Stat of Ohio, that th United State Infantry Taotlca, for th tnatruotloa, exereli and manauivr of tb Cnllrd Stale Infantry, Including Infantry of th Lln. Light Infantry and Blflemen, prepared under th direction of the War Department, and authorised and adonted bv the (eerelary ef War, May 1, 1861, with the ayetem of Quee Nona appended to tb text, by Lieut. -Colonel H. B. Wilton, be and the earn ia hereby authorund and adopt ed for th tne trur tlon of th military el th State cf Ohio, .April 10th, b62. . JAMBS B. BTJBBHLL, . Speaker of Ihe Hon. ,.IXM MONBOB, I Pree't pro tesa Sonata... .-3)1.1 ( JOS. H. BIXBT A 00, , Publlihtra, Oolnmbu. aiptii- rj.ENT RIBBvl rOEBinO CNDEB V i SABMBBTS. fUIB SOB .