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immnoTti VAsmwn tim M lOfiq ' Rail Road Time Table. shoeing thearrrral ud departure of trains it Oolum- bin. Od tod after November 17, 1808, train will run M ouows: - Littu Miami A Oetraenifc Xkku B. 1. v ii it r i Arrive. iilaoanatl qeeomusdattonv 8; 9:84 P. H. Cincinnati Bxpreas 1:30 P. M I ms r. m. Hail tod Accommodation... 9:45 P. M. ill & I, 1H3U A M. Night Bxuross, ela Dayton, 1:00 A. M. 34 A. M. . J MO. f7. DoBaV Ostuaaua fc Outiuni B ft Might xpn fork J 1:00 A. M. . 1:15 P. M. l:30A.M 1:00 P. H I.'7iU iiV.i ''I ! OkN-nuaOaio B. B. Jim PaTrsasoa, Agent. No. 3 Brpreae.... 100 A.' M. 19 50 A. M. Ho. Bspress 3:30 P. M. , 1:05 P. M. No. 4 Bspress to Newark. 1:35 P. M, ' W. J. feu, Agent. Vn-monan, Columbus fc Oiscihsati B. B. I Mtltffrsln.li.; 4:00 A.M. j 1:05 P. II Biprsss Train 1:85 P.M. j 18:50 A. M ; Jos.' Boiikiok, Agent. Ooioasns It Ikdubofolu, B. B. I " (Ooldmbci Piqoa at Induia B. B.) ! No. ISspress, 7:40 V M, , 1 11:45 A. M. HO. 'J.. .. 3:00 P.M. I 0:00 P.M. i - , ,. j ,,,,, - i ' Q. At Hill, Agent. State and Local News. 9TRANGER3 IN THE CITY, AND ALL OTHERS '' ' ' J . wishing to while away ao boar In pleasant and agreeable amusement, should not fall to visit the mggmficeut .. ' " WINANT BILLIARD ROOMI! Two doora North of the Nell House. ' ' ;' 1T COIITAINTEN 8PLENDID TABLES! Also, the $1,500 Premium Carrom Table. Kept ' In, the neatest style, with any quantity of the beat, of Cues, Balls, etc, etc. i .' . i . jan e-tf. ' i .ii i , " It is annonooed that Sttte Auditor Tajler haa resigned his office and aooepted the Comp trollership at Wasbingtoo, and that ex.Seorc tary of State Keonoo baa aooepted the State Aaditorahlp tendered him by Gov, Tod. - ' ' . Tbc 32o Ohio About six hundred and fifty troops belonging to the 32 d Ohio, arrived at Cincinnati Tuesday evening' frota Cleveland, 'and left for1 Memphis last evening on board the steamer Tycoon. . . . .; Tkommon at the Postoffloe has, price ten cents, a pamphlet ooQtainlog the Tax law ab breviated and alphabetically arranged, and other important information on the same eubjeoti It Is a valuable document 1 Farias, Pictohuls and Pisiodioals Tbe leading newspapers in New York and other cities, with the pictorials and popular liter ary and fashionable magazines: of the day, may be had of Studer on State street. HDnrwttr Marshall's Law LiiiAar. The sale of this library was confirmed in tbe United .' StaleXDistriqt Court at Cinolnoati on Toeidoy, and the procteda ordered to be distributed After paying tbe United States Marshal's Clerk and District Attorney's fees, what remained, $1,086, whs ordered to be paid int. tbe Treasury of the United States. - e I-THt-thiw ooutlauea,,thoqgh here has been ''little if any:rain Blhce Tuesday night. ' SHU tbe snow is in a very melting mood-;-.'. The prospsot la that Ihe rivor-gcds.jil such things there"be; as 'there waasald to belntbefaroff olden days, will have before long a high old time. . . I ... Tax fettival, wbiuh the Ladfea of the Uol versalist Society gavo last evening at Ambos .'' Hall, warlike thtme given by them in former yeara, a bountiful feast and a pleasant eoolal reunion, while the large ball was filled with gaeBta.r! PeyhAps (In all these jrespects It ex oseded thefostlvals of former seasons. - Be' this as it may, there was a flow of social eojdv - menttbat made tbe evening a pleasant one In deed. , ; f . Tbi pa,rtlog ooncert ol the Alleghauians at Naogbton Hall last evening, wai the beat of the three; perhaps,- for lh reason that things most priitd seem all the brighter is they take their flight. There was a good house, and the Alleebaniana leave us with warm wishes for their welUare and for their return before they undertake another tonr round the world. ? PiasoNAL. Lieut.-Colonel W. F. Herrlok, formerly a member of the Ohio Legislature, but now of tbe 43d Regiment Ohio Volunteers; visited the House of Representatives yeaierday He is here on Important business connected with hie regiment, which Is now stationed at Bolivar, Tennessee. " Colonel Herrlok, unlike " many of his old political associates, has proved ' the faith that is in him, by works, by fighting ( In the field; and those who arej acquainted with - the campaign of the 43d in tbe Southwest speak In the warmest terms of his gallantry and effi oienoy as anomoer. ., j ; - , (i , Tbi HoNTaiss ,or thi Mistiisirn, with Its , rapid obange of scene, its Intricate mabhtnery Its wild and thrilling Inotdents, was approprl ' ately presented on tbe boards el the Atbeneum i last night before a large and ippreolatlve an dlenoe. Every part was well enaoted, and re- 1 fleoted equal credit to the 'prlooipals' and sub ordinates in tbo drama.i; j'j i The well-known and popular drama of the Ladr of Lions will certainly! Insure a large house at the AftWeum"'t'o-night;, It will be followed by"an amuelbg aftbrpiece, and taken 1 1 together, tbe bill for this evening is as an at traotive one as could well be devised or im agined. . c A Manaser EllUer has made the Atbeneum aoomfortable and agreeable plaoe of resort. .r. and b Is stul eBRaiea U making lmprove- ' laments for the purpose of. rendering It worthy ' the Caoltal of Ohlo.'r His enterprise and liber atlty should meet from the public here corre ftUPODdi08.eioonr.tlenent and; patronage. 'i.Ji 'EsaxaTiALs wo. faotnarrri Uood newspa .J".-: hara. 'ioo'd ebree.'andH'cood housewives are W ... . . ' W . 1 amons the essentials to prosperity In any looal ..J,.' .The good, newspaper has always some thing to say la favor of DeLand st Co .i i Chemical Saleratns, tbe good merohant always ' b '!Wlt for ile, and the good housewife will use no other in making bread and bisouits. A lo- t H.-oallty wnere an inese are louno, mqn do proe y perous, and the people health, as" most people irs wboTjse bread made with the Cbealoel Tan beat advioa that can bd taken la to Mas ' 7 ; Jonl DAtnral teeth and kep out gums sound '" f aaaaiMssf (TrrnsaAaa fm naiBiiittDtk TAMmt Paeflil a W,?, '-Call for 4tt Binder's, MaVple'e, Bamuel'e, i '' Robert's Wilson's, 8obneller, Bhanp'saPen usui n, ..teEIdway'e, J,Fowlr'a,(D. D. 8.f or at Ittugglsta, Dentists or Perbuners anywhere) i If la beoomlng sore and mora evident eviry day, that a terrible retribution awaits the man afaoturers of the unhealthy oompoond denem- fas! Hnlaratan, Bakina Powders, eto. Sine Herrtck Allen's Gold Medal Saleratui has been Introduced, we Are happy to state he has and still working great revolutions for We would say to all oar readers try one paper, end tbey will say with as, the half haa not been told.' Oar belter-half lays, Tell everybody to uselv,7 ": '. House for Dale. rpHE , LARGE TWO' TOB BRICK M. uoot oa w stress oetween roirtn and fifth it., belonging to the Btattra of Notra Dam, ia offered fur aalo on reasonable tarma. The honaa eonUlna twelre room wani parior, or atiUDf room, dining room and kltoben, with wood and other oiSthoaaee attaoh a, all ot wbioh are bout of brick. It wUl make a very dealrabla family realdenoe. i ' " '"one detlrlng to parohaae, ean apply to the 8liUrs Jan. 18-tf, . 1 BOARDING. . AuaNiLBMAN AND IiADT caa be eooomodeUd . .wl.Ul "?1'e In a dealrable locality, wlthia Ave m (nil rata' ralir a ik n.i a a v a .? . s 7 a. v' vtfiMit uium hi wit omfv. Jewll-H . , SPECIAL NOTICES. vuuuu, uuu, OB AN IBBITAT1D THHOAT. If allowed to progress, malts In serloos Palmooary and orononiai ureeuooe, oftentlmealncurable. i: ,. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reaoh dtttctly the affected parte and give almost Instant relief T In BaonoaiTis, Avraau, and (Utakki they are beneflolal. The good effeots renltlng from the ue of the Troches, and their extended ue. has caused them to be counterfeited. Be sure to guard against worthless imitations. Ostaib only the gmutt Brawns Bro oMal JVodui whloh have proven their effloeoy by a teat of many years. Foiuo Iiukbm sua aisani shoald use the Trochee. ' Military Offloers and Soldiers who over-lax the voice and are exposed to sudden changes, should have them. Bold everywhere at 85 cento per box. ...... an80-dAw3m Wa Aeeers It Boiellr.-Ttaeie are no other medldoes so reliable, elfeotual and oonvenlent HOLLO WAY'S PILLS At OIMIUIHT, always Toady for uae. They are luvalaable to the soldier exposed to Wounds, Sores, fevers and Bowal Complaints. They never fall. Only 85 cents a Bos or Pot. 839 janSMfcwlw TIM . CONFESSIONS & EXPERIENCE OP-AJt' ' Published for the lamrii and as a warning and A CAUTION TO TOUNO M1N who suffer from Spermatorrhoae. Nervoas Debility, Pre mature Decay, etc, eupplylng at the sama time The momma) ol Ball ejure. By one who hu cured himself after being put to great expense and Injury inrougn meaicui numimg ana quackery. ' By InoloelDg a post-paid addressed envelope, single ropi naj ue oaa oi we antnor. MAXHANIIL HATVAIB, Inj., . BcproaD, Kiaoe OoqM. T; ao?2-daiw3m Batchelor'a Hair Dye I - THfi BESTt' IN THE VOBLD.' WILLIAM A. BATOBILOB'B celebrated Ealr Dye produoee a oolor not to be distinguished from natore warranted not to Injure the Hair la the least) remedies the 111 effects of bad dyes, and Invigorates the Hair for life. ORB 7. BBD, or BUBTY HAIB Inetantly tarns splendid Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful, told byall Druggists, eto. . ID The genuine Is signed WILLIAM A. BATOHB LOB, on Oiow tfcUe of too &oa. rmctorr K. 81 Barclay Street, 1 (Late 833 Broadway and M Bond Street,) maySO-dawly HKff YORK. TO MARRIED i LIEN, Or Tbeae Oenteatplatlnar narrlsta TBI aadsrslgned wlUgivalaformatlea oa a very tm irttling and important aubjeot, whleb will bo vala- ed more than a thousand limes Its eost by every married eouyle of oy age or condition la Ufa. Tbe Information will be sent by mall to any address on the receipt of 85 oen'ts (sflasr) and ana red stamp. All letters should be addressed to H. B. MOBBII, M. D ; octai-lyJtawd Boston, Maat t Henseved Item lata old Of rice. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High at., Columbus, 0., has devoted himself for a series of years to the treatment of certain private diseases. He may be sonaulled at his oSlce an Broadway, soar tbslxohangs Banki ,. JanUdtf " FAIBBANKS'S STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS. '-- n. .. - . . - . Bold In Oolombus by KXLBOTJBNSe KfJHNS ft CO. JOBe oareful to buy only Ihe genuine. JaoM'3-dly Columbns Wholesale Liqoor Store LACELLE ROSS & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ,v .IMP0BTIB8 AND DlAlIBI IM ; , - . . . . . .1 . . Foreign and Domwtlo Winei, Brandiei .-1...... ..... 1 1 .' '' ' ; ... :. Am. 0. ALSO,. OLD RYE, MONONQAHELA & BOURBON WABIH0UB1 AND OIIIOI, 884 SOUTH HIGH ST. Nov. 18,1869 dlyto ' 353 RUBIA MILLS. 355 852 and 3SS Waamiasriem Street, New xerex sjttw. .,, , . , , ... GOVERNMENT COFFEE 1 ...:.i PutupluHn foil Pound papers, i8 In a box, andl bulk. Our prices rann from 8 to 30 cents. Wepntai taesllawiDtUBei:. i, i- Java, Maraoalbo,' Sap. Kioi Bio and Bnpenor cooas. We believe our Coffee to be tvtUr than any groand Coffee now In use.' All orders add reeled to as, or ,, ,. Agents, Messrs.. Flics A Tom, IBS Ohambem street, cor. Washlngtoa street, Msw Tork City, will reoelvs prompt attention. j ., .": ! The retail trade supplied by rt Class Jobbing houses la the various oltlea; ' I . ... ... i , XABEH PLAGE. deeBO-dSmls" ' Fancy and Flannel China, TMB OFFICEBS USE ALSO VBBNOH 17 I flannels for Shlrtti Ia great variety. ..... - hi n m luiar n .a- 1 1. '-..Bo. ntsw Boata High street. eof.fl. j I f - i.u f-i Mawaaaw mmw .... , t WANTED, inn ED I ATBLT, AT Armatroiia'a LWerr Stable, hi the eltr of Oolum- bw, Sve hundred horses and mares, not Urn than fifteen hands blab, free from all blemishes, good colore! for Wblsb a fclr prtae n aub Till be paid oo dellyer , oe ria oa oeiiTvnr. mmt ft wiii. '111 TH TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. B3T Fmr Morniru and Atraea RfrU. see fWefPeys. t,x t ! Evening and Midnight Reports. The New York Volunteers—The Case of Gen Stone—Gen. Cochrane Prevented Gen. Burnside's Forward Movement. Niw YoiK.Jan. 31. Tbe time of thirty eight regiments New York troorje entree In May, June and Jnly. The Governor la under stood to be in favor oi allowing them to retarn and then inducing them to revolunteer. The matter is still, however, in abeyanoe. In the meantime every exertion is to be made to save ths credit of the State by sending enough men to tbe field to avoid the draft. A Washington letter says material laote in toe oase or uen. stone will soon be published. Evidenoe against him is of a circumstantial ebaraoter, going to show that he was friendly toward the rebels and became their mall car rier, but after all, this may have been only a kind disposition to oblige. Another letter says: , Rumors have reached here from Falmouth that Gen. John Cochrane prevented a movement, designed by Gen. Burnslde, a week or ten days sinoe, by repre sentations made here: and that Gen. Franklin. in wnose grand oivuion be is. intends to have proper notice taken ot suoh an nnmllitary step. x ei u may oe, nowever, camp gossip. . I California Senatorship. Sam Faanoisoo. Jan. 31. Twelve ballots were bad for Senator last night. On the last ballot Phelps had 36, Sargent 34, Conness 35, Grown 6. The indications are that none of the candidates yet prominent oan be nominated. aeuwral Sears is announced for the compromise VBUU1UUVO. ' Sailed, Golden Age, for Panama, with four hundred and fifty passengers, and $13,036 In treasure for England, $354,000 for New York, and $35,000 for Panama. California Senatorship. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Third Session. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Sinati Mr. Ten Eyck presented tbe cre dentials of Hon James W. wall, eleoted Sen ator from New Jersey. Air. Wilson presented tbe credentials of Hon. Charles Sumner, re-elected from Massachusetts for six years. Mr. Ant&ony, from tbe committee on Print ing, reported a resolution to provide for print log tbe eighth census. Adopted. Tbe bill lor tbe reorganization of the Court of Claims was taken up. The question being on the motion of Mr. Foster to lay the bill on the table, it was rsjeoted by yeas 18, nays 30. The question then recurred on Mr. Grimes's motion to insert bis substitute repealing the original aot establishing the Court of Claims. Rejected 11 to 35. Mr. Hale oontended that if this bill nasaad it would open the way for thoniands of olalms. tie propoeea, u ne oouia get the opportunity, to offer an amendment that no money ahould be drawn from tbe Treasury on Judgments from Ibis Uonrt until all tbe debt arising from the war were settled. This law will open tbe doors of the Treasury to a vast horde of oontraotors and private olalmanU, wbo seem to have tbe idea that the Treasury Is their private property, and a law opening the Treasury is like a law of the Medea and Persians never to be renenlad. The disonsslon was continued at length bv ai n j T , i , .m . . . Doeruuu, oayuru, uuuuhiv una irumDUU. jar. wnson saia in reply to a remark of th Senator from New Hampshire, that Congress waa in no way responsible for the non-payment ot soldiers, and be wanted the country and the army to nnaersiana wis. congress bad given tbe secretary ot tbe Treasury power to sell bonds or tbe Government, and had naased. a law that tbe Soldiers should be paid every two montbs; yet tbe bonds were not sold, for some cause, me uovernment bad asked for no speolal legislation, and proteased to be m- parlng a way to nay the army. Vet the army was not peuu, ana a grw many complaints are being made. On. the 20th- of December the House or Representatives passed a reaolntlnn for the prompt payment of the army and navy, and the Finance oommltlee of the Senate amended II, making aa appropriation of $50, 000,000, and tbe House appropriated $100,000,. 00U, 'ud now, from the pnblio press of the oountry, and, be was sorry to sav. from the m. eontive branch of tbe Government, the idea has gone forth that Congress had not provided the means ia pay ue army ana nas notdone Its dutv. There never was an hour when the Government did not nave mil authority from Congress to provide tno means to pay tbe army. He ( WU son) did not ouoose to take tbe responsibility I or ine non-payment oi me aoiaiers, and dia owned it for the Senate and House. Wa war obliged last summer and autumn to raise a large body of troops, and agreed to pay twenty-five aouari Bounty, ana axpeaiuona were sent away ana ona to u pnia ia aavanoe.) misrule re quired that the soldiers shonld be paid every two monins, ana uovernment proiessea to oe provid ing the means to pay the army; yet the payments for September and October were not made. He supposed the large drafta on the Treasury bad sxnauatea me tonus, me osoretarv bad sent no request for additional means, bnt bad sent a great flnanoial soheme, which would take montbs to oarry into execution. But Con gress, without waiting for any official request, oromptly passed an aot to provide for the nav- ment ot the soldiers. Tbe trouble had arisen mainly from tbe peouliar olroumstanoes of the case. Alter tno adjournment or Congress the President found it necessary to oall out three hundred thousand new troops, giving lars-a sums In bounty, and large expeditions were sent to a aistanoe, and inese men had to be paid. The trouble seemed to be that thoss were not paid nrai wno nao waited longest, Mr. Hale offered an amendment, that no money shall be paid onl or tbe Treasury nnder a judgment of the Court of Claims nodi after tbe appropriation shall be estimated for by tbe Secretary of the Treasury. Adopted. Air. roster moved to strike out the provision for two additional jadgea. ' Agreed to vau 31,nayel7. t -.-..:,. j... The Dm men passed oy a vote or 23 sEtlnat 15. .- . Housa. The House yesterday passed a reso lution deolaring William Vandever not entitled to his seat, owing to bis having aooepted a ma itary commission, i . Mr. uamrd naa raised a point that anoh action on tbe part of the House, belna? in tha oharaoter of an expulsion, requiring under the Conetitnuon a vote or two-miras, tbe Speaker overruled tno point, iron wmon decision Mr, Mavnard appealed. . ' . Mr. uox to-day moved to lay tbe armeal on the table ' Agreed to 83 against 36. Mr. Waabburne moved to reoonaider tha votes bv whiob tbe reeointion was passed. i ns vote waa toea reconsidered by 70 against 64. . .. ! After a long argument pro and con from sev eral members, the resolution was postponed to the u of Marco next o against oa. The Honso concurred in all the Senate's amendmente to the Military Aoademy bill, and then went into committee or tbe whole for e-anerel debate. ! t , Mr. Harding of Kentucky! said tha Pre!. dent'e proclamation' had 'united the South, as ha bad predicted, as ene man, and paralysed the efforts of loyal men so aa to leave little hope of the restoration of the Union. : He spoke about arbitrary arrests, and said any man In the Ex ecutive Department wno usurped power under the miserable, netestaoie suoteriuge of mill tarv necessity, deserves to be called a tyrant He had no hope of reunion under the present radloal policy. The Dsmooratlo party of tbe North ana ooutn wouia orusn out both Abo litionists and Secessionists, and anaton ths Gov ernment from rain. '' . ft f . i Mr. Wilson read the Crittenden resolutions, heretofore adopted by ue tiouse.that tbe cot deplorable condition of the country was oaoaed by Ihe dlsnnlonlste of the South. .For thjitbt gtntltatyn. pom Kentucky voted, bat now ( the 'same . geatleBab, declares II was brought about by the Abolitionists. He (Wil son) aooepted the declaration as expressed by f entlemeo. snder oath, while he reoudlatad sentiment of the sneaoh. ' i The oommlttee rose and tha House' sdlourn. A Successful Expedition. - Wasaut'eroM, Jan.' SlRaar-Admlral Lea has forwarded to tha Navy Department a report from Lleat. Cashing, Beaufort, N. C.f Jan. otb, aawiuog tn particulars or a reoonnoissanee near Fort Caswell, on Little river, with only twanty-nre men. wuie prooeeaing up tbe river they were fired apon by the rebels from a bluff on the left bank. I , Landing and forming wlthnnl Urine- a a-nn tbey moved forward until thev oame In alaht of a fort and camp fire, whereupon Ibsy made bayonet oharge, Lieutenant Cusblng judging that tbe enemy were Ignorant of tbe number of his foroes. The oharge was tuooeesful. They captured tbe fort our men going over one siae aa me reoeis escaped on tbe otber. Tbe fort was found to be aa earthwork, ear rounded by a ditch with a block house inside, pierced lor musketry. . , liieui. uutning learned tbatlhe fori bad been held by a company of infantry who left It In suoh haste that their stores, smmnnltlon clothing and a portion of their arms captured. ne aestroyea en ids property be could not bring away, and returned to Beaufort wltb the loss of only one man, wbo waa wounded. Tbe offloers and men of this expedition be- naveanooiy. . " Washinoton. Jan. 1. Tha ranort of tha Senate Finance oommlttee on the civil appro priation Din, airixee out tno clause reducing the mileage of Congressmen to ten oents per mile, and ourtalls other minor appropriations, and also reduces the estimate of tha Aa-rionl. tural Department from $130,000 to $60,000, and the printing of the laws from $17,000 to aravvv. ...... t Philaoilthia. Jan. 31. Gov. 1 Cannon, of ueiaware, waa inaugurated yesterday. Hie naugural expresses strong Union and emancl. patlon sentiments, snd favors a vigorous prose cution of tbe war, Federal Loss at Murfreesboro. LooiBVlLLg. Jan. 81. At tha lata battle near Murfreesboro tbe Federals lost one thousand rour bnndred and seventy-fonr killed, alx thousand eight hundred and seventy-four wounded, and two thousand prisoners. . Tbe rebel oavalry bave left Harnath Shoals lorrranxun. PaiLtniLraiA, Jan. 31 No trains will ar rive or depart to-night southward. It ia nn derstood tbe Interaction is oauaad bv tha Sna u v. . . . qBeannoa oeing oioogaoea oy ice. L. O. BA1LSV. i. e. THoarsoN. B B. SMITH BAILEY, THOMPSON & CO., . AND . Dealers in Coin, Demeatleec Ferelara ExchanfeiVBonrremi money; etc. Office- janlt-dta -274 South High Street, Honry HLosiiior. (LaU of Phalon'i Bstabllabmsat, K. I.,) PROPBIETOR OP THE NEW TORK fashionable Steele. 11a Ir Ontttn. ghamDoanhie OurUog and Brewing aaiooa, . In tha Basement of tha Neil House, where sttlsfaetloa will be glvea la all Ihe varlout kranekee. ' Ladles' and Ohtldrea'S Ball Breeelns doaa In the baal Warm and Cold Bathi oan be had at all Hour. lylldly . , . .. , BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., WBQLZIALI BBTAII, SIALBBB IN Fine & Staple Groceries, Foreign md Domestic Fruits, CHOICE FAMILY j FLOUR, Pnrc Wines and Liquors , fOB MIDIOINAL P0RPOBH. ' ... ;i . Country Produce taken In exchange for Goods. . . i NO, 273 SOUTH HIGH STREET, ' - . . i " Oolxxmtoxaja, ioixlo. All goods delivered free of charge to any part of ths V1VJ, .... . . . . . . DAVID W. atOOKS,) JOBR STBAKNS, ' ! M. MUIOK. , J . ' ., deo7-tf - -- NEIL HOUSE. Opened Bept. 16th, 1803. : IMMIDIATBLr Oppoiita Capitol BiiUvUng", High Street, Columbus, Ohio! Ia Now Beady for tha Recaption, of - vruumim, . , WALflTEIN FAILING, Paoriirros. JOS. f . OTJLBIBT80N, Aensrajrr. ssptWSWtf . ,.; Legal Notice. TOSEPH JOHRSOlf AND HIS WIVE O Sllsabeth Ann Johnson, of the oounty of Sauk, and awe oi Wisconsin, ana 4umes eiDon links ana Tnomas Milton tints, oi ths auto of Kentucky, are hereby no. ., a - J .1... A. nu..L.. A v .oan una, wu miv iw stmj v. vmawi, m v., MJOQX, leeao Buddls and ha wife, Winnafert Buddie, of the oounty ot franklin and State of Ohio, filed In the Su perior uourt, within and for the oounty Utt aforesaid, a petition against ths said Joseph Johnson, lhubath Johnson and others, the object and prayer of which petition k to obtain an order from said Court for the assignment, and the assignment of dower to the said Winnafert Buddls, ss widow of MDton finks, late of said franklin oounty, oeeeeaea, in ana to tno following remises, to wit: Ths farm upon wklch the said Milton 'Inks resided at ths date of his decease situate la Madl- eon township, In said oounty of franklin, snd In section 6, township 10, rungs SI,' containing about 314 scree, ex oentioff a tract ao Id and oonvsred by Frederick Bwl.h.r. aa administrator of said Milton finks, to John Brisker, by deed dated August aoth, ios, oontalnlng one hund- rea una six seres, ana exoenuna a cart oonveved by said Swtiher, as such admlnlatrator. to John Llnkln. b deed dated May 30th, 1D60, containing 41), aeree out of said farm, oontalnlng about 314 acres aa sforeaaldi and the said Joseph Johnson and Bllaabsth Ana Johnson are further notified that, unless they appear and nlead. anawer, si aemar w tno auia peuuon wiuun sum days aftsr the next term of said Court, ths mid Isaac Huddls and Winnafert Huddle will thereafter, so soon as oounsel eaa be heard In said Court, apply to said Osurt to ttks the matters or the said petition ss oantesstd, ana to da arte acooraingiy. IBAAO BTTDDLI. . WlitNAfBBT HUDDU. . . Pes. 15, 1868-wfiw Legal Notice. Notice. ABOIilNB' KASEe" WHOSE PLACE J of residenos le anknowc, to hereby notl fled that her husband, John Kess. did. on ths 3d da of Januari. A. D., 1B3, Ills his petition In the office ef tha Clerk of ue uourt m vommoa fiesa within and ror the oounty of franklin, and BUM ot Ohio, ebarglng the said Caroline aase with committing adultery with one Benjamin AU brlght, and asking that he may be dlyoroed from the said Caroline asss, wnlou peuuon win stand for bear tag at the next Mra of said Court. -i.. . t irv I WM till. , ' Pff, 3, 18Kwf ..5-.mo; '. Legal Notice. Notice. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Columbus Retail Market. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 21, 1863. Tha 'following are tha retell a ao tattoos oorroctsd by wm. h. aeeueauz, wnoieeeie ana retail grooec, ao, loath High Btreet. - Wheat...... .....90ol 00. w O. Soger i,...10Slt Oaie wka ettol Hanla do none Com oa 4lc Molaaeas 9 gal TsaaOa Batter Vt SOjbtSo Larda a............iUo Byrup ff fal....80dl A a.!T..eoo.i oo.i to Tallow a aiH aioOutee .... SMaVWe Java do .....045e Btoe e e ios Brooms f doe.. ei O0175 Haaion,.. " aoaytaoa) 9 ...jjMj Dried ADDleeVkai OtXalSO Pried Peaooee....S IkBi 00 WblU Beane ba.SSMxaS 00 rotaiooa. aa,....7MtVWc Buiinaaoa....,..., Saltfbbl. ...... 0 751 riour f dm... WhIU Wheat do Mk7 00 Ba Ilonr bbl... SJ 00 Beef a owt ea w Baaaaaa llilXe Bhouldara a 0andlee,Tallow.bxlSMa14a O and lea. OneJ. box 17e Salt Pork Vewt... Mi 00 Wood e cord, 4 SO OOJObeeee lOOtUU Mackerel No 1 hf bbt SWS10 Hominy per ban-. eiau Haokerel Mo 1 or bbl 03 00 Whlaky par. gall, tllftl U HaokerelRolklta.ra at Balslns, M.B.Bs 4 5UA47S WhIU Ilah nor h'f bbl as so " Layemet 7Sta w White fish per qr bbl H " Snllaa a Ue Oodllahwa 7r flaw a. tto Herring 9 bbl SS w Prunes e a luwatxo Corn Meal 9 bn 7Je' Wool Twine.. IA18e lb. Ban a dot a 80s PhlDM'o Hams. 9 lHo Dried Beef.. lllXo Plain Bama HAUo Backwhest flour.... 0o Bags r &to ' " 83 do WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. iLnDa-ealeeat 5 S0SS 7S for red. and l M9 SO for white i market unsettled.. Wau-r-at SOocaei 00 ' Ooaa sales at too Oaia-ealaa at 40o. Bra email aulas a' 4VaU0o. BaT-ealM at S3 004IU 0U. PoTiToaa sales at 07So. , , baaaa-ealee at OOcSS 5. . ' Bavr rale at ti Ml per bbl. Warn run rule at S3 75AS 00 per bbl Baauv-BelUng at 80. , New York Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. OOTTOV Oontlnnee aoUre and prices again advanced sales wu bales at vovo4o ror middling apian da f LOUB The market la a shade Brmar with a fair de mand. The ealee were at (0 4UaVS 63 for superfine State; go VIK97 as lor common to medium extra western S7 83a7 33 eommon to good ablpplna brands extra round hoop Ohio; 07 timS 13 for trade brands: market oloeingflrm. WHISKY More actlfe and firmer, with salts of S00 bbis at swauoo, the latter price for B. D. WHBAT Market lo bettor with a fair demand. Bale Ohteegoeprlng at 01 36(91 44 Milwaukee Olub at 1 48 (01 oi; amber Iowa SI 3091 Mi winter red western at 1 36ai 60; amber Michigan (1 6091 62; wbltoMleh- igan i wi 14, ana winter rea illlnsa 30.) BARLUV floarpa anit ajtv.iu.lna.. OOBN Is about la hither with modarata demand Bales at 858ofbr sbippugmrjtedwastarr.;73b4A(c ior nnaouna, ana sua ror yellow western la store. OATB More active, with ealee at 69973 foranada, western ana Bute. . OOrrBB-Qotet and unebaosed. BD8AB More active and firmer at 10XOUX for New Orleans; lStSKW for elarlBed Mew Orleans; lOXo for muaoorado; and by aualloa 30 hade Mew Orleans sold at vxwiuwo. MOLAB8B8 f Irm and In fair demand. Sales of new orop N. O. IWaViOs, PORK The market Is without malarial change, sales of 1000 bole new meet for June delivery at B16 37; 3000 bbls new mees sold last evening fer Junedellrery M S3 taio on. BBBF Quiet and steady. ' BOQB-Dreesed a shade firmer, wllh sales at X6K ror weeiern. BAOON BIDES firmer with a fair demand. LABD Lees eotlroand scaroeleao firm at lOkdtlOK BDTTIB Isselllns at l&a)20ofo. Ohia. and iiOxBtae ior oiaie. 0HBB8B f Irm at 11K01SO. - Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Jan. 20. Wae aa aetlTS partly sneeula- Uto, though eererml of the bard bread bakers are, lo an ticipation of tha large quantltlee of bread waa ted for army supplies, buying freely, and the market closed buoyant, but prices did aot undsrso any ohanie. The ales foot np about 10,000 barrels, at $3 30 for good brands of supsrfine, $3 3033 (3 for extra, and 15 63 we a ior lamuy. WBBAT Toe local millers ais burins but snarlailv, aad the speculative demand haying ceased, the market It quiet: but the offerings are light, and holders are firm snd not disposed to make any eonoeeslons la order to effect sales, and there was comparatively little dene. We quote prime to choice qualities ef red at B 1,1301 IS. the utter an exceptional figure; prime Indiana or Ohio white at (1 131 IB, and prime Kentuoky white at l so. choice qualities of ths utter are held 1 to 3s higher. .- ... . i COBB There le a continued active demand for both shelled and ear, and the receipt being light, arloet are tending upward, but are not qnolably higher. We quote ear and shelled at 4oc in bulk, ud sue laoludina OATB In coed request with only moderate offeriass. aad lull prlcee are obtained for all sold. We quote sew ana oia ei uam in an is, ana asoo inoiudlng aa lo,ouo Busnele old sold at B7s la be delivered at say time this month, s sots Inotudad. , ' BIB Btlll source and 70s Is freely Offered for prims samples on arrival. '- " . , BABLBT We have ne oh ansa to notloa In tbe market. There ia a fair demand for ths bast a-rmdee, but owlas to the lixht tnpply there Is aot much dolna-. Inferior qualltss are bull aad unsalable. We quote prime to eh otoe State prlng at 81 SW1 S3, and prime fall at HAT-tTnohaaged aad f rm. Wa quote prime Time ths at SI tea 14 SO per toa in bales oa arrival, the format rate for looas and the Utter for tight-pressed on arrival, WHISKY Onened firm, with aulas of SOObrlaataiim 41Xo. the utter rate for wagon, and cloaed baoyaat un der the aews from Mew Tork. where It haa adruna tr. 4Se; and dealers here at tha close demanded higher l.iwv - -if 7 ' I Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Jan. 20. WBBAT Bales 1 ear red on track at Bl 22. BUT TUB Sales kegs Wsstera Beserve at 16c, aad run a, no- : 199S galea at lfle. ! ' ' -' BalBD AfPLBB Bale 15 bbls at tKo-ptsksges In eluded. i BIOKOBT HUTS Bales at 87o, I ' BBANB Sales ehoioe St S3 IS).. I BBBDB Light sulee timothy at at 00. ' : ) ,. BOOS Sales 30 heavy at 4 83. i ' ' .- , I . BAMS Bala 10 tons city sugar cured at 80. j . . . i , r -. I Ltadtr. The Hog Market. CINCINNATI. The almost ImpsssaWe eondltlon of the roads la the oountry prevents the driving of Hoge to tha railway steUoni, aad ths rerstpts ooatlnua light, the arrirale yesterday not being over 300 head from all Bounce; aad the pens being empty, there Is aot enough doing to es- Utlish quotations. Ths nominal prises are 84 33 for light to heavy averages. These welihlne 80S nonnda oouia os aeia ei e is. tub only sal s we aearm ox yes terday wu a let averaging 32S pounds at OS 00. Enquirer Jan. 21. New York Cattle Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. The total receipts of Cattle of all kinds for ths week are ss follows: ...';l.ri....,V ...". . . 4,17 Oows.... ,i Calves Sheep and Lambs.... v.......... Brine..... .. . TO . 313 . 8,147 , 33,44 ' Last week- v ' . t- ' Beeves 458 Oowe , 110 Calves. 291 Bheepand Lambs 7,56 Bains .40,183 The onrrent prices for tha week, at all the markets are as lotiowa BBBI OATTLB. first quality iHdWiie 0dhary B4Xo Common.., 7i8Ks Interior 6Jt7J,o If COWS AND OALTBB. ' first quality. flMSSO Ordinary. .......... i .... ... a. a........ 40iat43 uommon...... j.. sutaVto Inferior.. ..i . 83aB TIAL OALTBB. first quality ft ........s...,...,....5KW-c Ordinary ... ..4 s4Ke Common 4)(S4j4o Inferior...., .....f ,4 tjjo ' 8BBBP ANB IAMBS. Ixtra a head..... Prime quality ..... Ordinary.... Common. .......... Inferior.. ......... ...... ....87ooAiseo 8309 eto ...-ooa see ...o..w..i 4 T ( OS i 4 830 4 78 ?,.!. ",.i.f WINB. Corn-fed. a ft.... Poor BUll-led (dressed) XMXc 3 493X0 4XIB3M0 tsseteasi 0 mb we eeea The market very anetpeetedty remained buoyant aad with aa active demand. Swine oontlnued to Bad ready paiahssers, and the pork peckers 4u not hesitate to pay the current rates whether they be higher erlewer.-r Tklaweek they are about Xs 9 ft higher, owing te the tavmraw hutm, ' - - Baltimore Cattle Market. BALTIMORE, January 16. BBIf OATTLI The eSerlags at tha Seafss M-day emanated to 900 head. Of the aumber offered IBS head were taken by Oovernmeat agents 800 ay Wsshlagtaa batcher, ltd head left ovat unsold, and the dalaoea punk ssi d kg Baltimore batchers nod packers at pAese ran frlng rrom TS te 8 per 100 Be decline on the lower grades o Xc per ft en last reek's rates. A Jew prima Cattle brought an advaooe oa ear quotations. Through the week soml 1800 head hays bean. cold te the OrnrnntatanBtMIMSTsrsgf ef 84 So per ,1110 SRIir UaSar a ml lMui'ik.' .A.i ri sales rugad freat aa t eeats yet grees, aa- UUB-The sayfly at market waa In areeee ef Ihe se- andl ealaa r.i. aa .una i,v. l. .. a . Bfwa a too ,a-a deeUaaai MH seat aec a" Money Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. Monaw mashet aaera ttl kaia wm, ant. ai fer Isaac ea eall. ' - " r . "TrF. noirela dull at sSSt for Merehanm' "iXtrJV e'- Ynmi'lm t Jaaakeia btlla. eotd la dall-opeulng bttiet at S, and eloatBf weak oTeramaut etowks steady, Xj: $t, eoUBeas. BStOB New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. active and ketta..- (Jhlaam aad Baak Hl Morwleh and Woreestea TUMI Milwaukee omd rraina aa Ubein SM pniarree 46Kt Olrraland aad foledoSS),! IHloota Central eorlp 03; kflohlfaa goath era naaraaleed UKl lurtia Ooid 147X4S14S, Paoafts MalTloO) Re Tork Central 117i HudaoalBK: B.rL xi itariem ytMeerea ii tskmuaat uentnl 7 PUU- Dwrg, won wayae ana uugaga let I 110: TT. a. slxsa 18HI eonpons UMMl OeJtfecnla serens Oil Brook. In water loan lUOtfl Indiana and MUshlna 80 Illbtoa Central konds 1U Varra iiaate and Wabuh 9d aoode Brte 4th beads Mill VeL L. W. W7: QaUoa and Ohloago KH Olereland and flttsburg 78X Brie 74i ta-eferred 1031 Okm land Toledo 4ii Tnaamry i' iij.i miaie aaiamu xuA(! aicnigaa Southern SIX; Mlehlgan aeatheru eeeond I04tl Brie 8d bowde MO I Plttatmn. fort Wane AtGhlmmail haiiAa doletlOOXl ObtoagoaBoTUi Weeatrn Ut 7s, do 9d Ati ao sseonea oenas fix UMveuaa. ooiambaa and Olnotanatl 143X1 Panama MS I MlasoarlsUetUilTea- aeesee sixes oil aaetna and ainraakee linjfi United Btatee I'ltl eoopooe B3l Beglstered S3 0. g.t's 74 ooupone Xt Etietared87,i Demand Metea 1I( Virginia Sixes SO Tenaimn AlMl Hannibal aad Bt. Joseph bonds 63V I United Bates one rear eortlA oaUf tiS.1 coupons WM ; demand no Ma 143K1 Beading 73) Ohloago, Burlington and Quiaey IDvXI U.S. S year oertinoate wxi north Carolina S's 73; Ohio 6w of 8I 114; California 7"s 113. ' ' J Wltars Bajtam of Wild Cherry. Wistar's Balsam of W1M Cherry. THB BBST KIMBDT BVBB KNOWN TO HANI for Coughs. Col da. Asthma, Croup, BronohlUs, Infla- vieoau Ids of the Lunss. DUBcult Breathlu. Llear Affeetlooe, Pain er weakness of Breast or Bide, first Btegee of Ooneumpttoa, eto. , . la abort, ihla Balsam a peealuvrly adapted to every disease of tbe Lunge and Llvar whloh It produced by our ever yarylng climate. Wild 0 berry hue long been known to poiaaee laapor tant medicinal properUee. Thlataot ii familiar to every matroa la our Laawi, phy eldaae often preeerlke tt In dif ferent forms for a variety of oomplainle. Tar, also, has been equally noted for lie vtrtuee; and eome physicians, whose names are rami liar to the whole oountry, have Eone eo area to declare that even oasumptloa eouM e eared by that alone. In other hande, again. It waa naarly valueleee, owing no doubt, lo their lxno- ranoe la preparing and administering It a dUBoulty now entirely obviated by patient experience and long experiment. the extraordinary medicinal powers of these two sua)- i ... uvw, .v. iu. HIV. uuiv, nwJDUIVIl HWW bodied InDB. WISTAE'S BALSAM Of WILD C BABBIT-. By a nloe obeaalcal preseee, everything delete rious or useless Is rejected, so that what rematna la the moot eutraerdlnary and truly effloacloua remedy for all kinds of pulmonary and liter disesses tvsr known to man. , , , ( .. staneeoera now, for the firet time, ooaMned and, em - IT 18 A FIXED FACT! COSIJlSrJCPTION pan bo Onrecl. ; BIB JAMBS CLAKK, Phyalctan to Queen Victoria, and one of the most learned and skillful msn of tha age, In his Treatise On Consumption, saysi "That Pnunooery Consumption admits of a cure, is ao longer a matter of doubt; it haa been elearv demonstrated by Ihe researches Lasnnee and other modern pathologists." Dr Oars well, who lnreetigated suoh matters as thoroughly as any other man, saysi "PalhotocisiU Anatomy has, perhaps never afforded mora oonoluaiva avid en oe in proof of the curability of a disease than It haa In that of tubercular phthisis (pal- monary eeueumptlon). IT IS NOT A FICTION. j ...' .. . , ,. . These-stetsseents are aude by msn who have demon strated what they say time after time, m the crowded hospital aad tha troth -telling dissecting room. They are from men who could have no posslbls motlre for publishing that Is antrne, or emblaaonlng falsehoods . THE REMEDJ WHICH WE OFFER, Dr. Wiatar'a Balaam of Wild Cherry, ". .,: j r: Baa eared hundreds f esses of Coosaiaptloa of the Iiags( Liver Com ... plaiata, - Ceanksy Broacaitia, Colds, ' Asthma, Croap, WkeopinK Cough laflaenaa, etc - Maay of them . after Every Ptnowa Reme- '." T had Failed to Reach . . , , '. tfte Disease. Do aot procrastinate, but make uss of WIstar's Balsam , and live healthy and happy. ' Bold by JOBH D. fABJC, Mortheest corner of fourth and Walnul streets, Otaolnsatt, Ohio. Des.Sl-dlmfcwlt. POWEtVS'S HOTEL, : v..,: , - . n . f .. .v. .:.J (ffOBMBBLT BABLB's,) Noa 17 and 19 Park Row; ' Opposite tha Astor Bouse and Park, New Tork. , ; ; Price of Board $1,50 per Day. rpHlB LOHO ESTABLISHED AND X popular Bouse has reoently been rebuilt aad great ly enlarged by tha addition of oyer 100 roome, and now hmtaoeommodaUaoa for over 300 persons. It has a IK been thoroughly ventilated, and la , ''"HEATED BY BTEAVI r-.',. ' - .v. -. 4JTD ' LIGHTED WITH GAS THROUGHOUT, thto Hotel haa one of the beet locations in the Oltr. la of assy aaeees from all the steamboats and Batlroads leading to the City, and la oonvenlent to all tha 010 eonveyaneea. It hu bow all ths oonytnleness of t F I R S T C L A S 8 H O T E L, insuring the comfort of Its Inmates. tub patronage of the traveling public la reanectfally solUtsd. . 1. . 1 . 3 , rTiaasi;i...if sv'"!f'1-'0 "a Das. t ni a .-.- L. POWBBfl, ncyaO'firwtratrvhaS' : ui-.k Proprteeoi. Mmp SPEYER'S I, BAnkmctpousE, Commission, ; Forwarding and Notarial Office; GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY i tea thb Bremen, Hamburg and Havre , ? ; .. Asteamers; AND ALSO RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, EAST AND WEST. , Nob, 7 & 9 West Third BL, .:. '.'ci a .. .(O01 ate), OixxolxxzjLitlv deeTO-tf OHIO. T-rr DENNISOIT.'HOUSE, . Fifth ltvsetweea Saia aad Srcaraore, TCtoWnWATI.OHIO. . OOBBIV OAttlHBR, I iOfsf. WBJUB,fg a, Proprlstor- ;.t..itj?i eSiitj rTVRfJi nOTRt?nAS BKEN HEFAIEt X KO and rufltted throa ghaut, and a aowopoa at Lb Clio.' Tbe proprietors, mosntly at the Ooddard Bouse. svUla, Ky., solicit tuS patroaaga ef ths traveling wBjmumvy. no pame wm n sparea co give saueiaou,. w we 1 e guests of the UoeS' r. ij 1t Hul JOCfcBni OALMHIB, . 81, 8a-m. 7 101. I. PBBB1B. t i Deo. W1IIB BlANTIB) BABAH, BOTre : Wa-,: aad Jtaak. Jsjyaeae I red . ly .1K738 Jt.-i cVsoS m aAlsTB