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MANYPENNY A MlttEB, PHUuher.
ii i ,i m i ' i i 1 1 ll , OOIiUMBtTB, OHIO: rtlDATMOiNlNO,- JAN. 0, 1863. 'BTTBNOILIi CO., sr No.., 37 .far Row, New Yofk, and 6 Stat " "7 Street Boston, . , T t f u Meat to Ibni title: ud are authorised to tela " Advertisements sad- Bubsotiptlons for as al our Lovtt Sa .W 4 j . t J. 'W Q&nn,t Mia trdriby aod abl,iaaabt i3i:oi ar Hiata eaM fvew Ibe Monro district, ... IV.' L. r..'. It.. A Jin. . , w buiuibii w wur hjhia ivy wyj vi it. avjw- "-' Unt-0Dl'i Report. II Ii k valusbls doco ft . L i - . neat, ca, io Lwotoi- ui gains; is mi a. ob. v 1 conferred1 a special favor. t That National Guard. If f : Senator Wilson, of ' M aessohusstts, la .w i k.sn alghtad, wily Abolitioolet Ha sess afar '. , .off what the urgent ueoesaUIes of bit political i brethren ' nay b,lf Ibey expect to retain do- , ailolooovtr, aad plunder at will .the American jeopl. , To make all safe In thli partionlar la i'j t more iaaportao.1 la their estimation than crush , log out the tebeiltim.' iTbe latter is, Id troth btcomlfle with those radloals. who a little while '!.' ego were each violent war men. an obsolete Idea like the restoration of the Untoo, which tbey long ilooe repudiated aa ao antiquated notion - But as In France, ao in the United Stitas, a Nat onal Guard will be needed to keep tbe tur bulent Demooraoy In. order, and t concentrate and consolldats a central despotism. So, with the Inatioot aad ssgacltv of a Riobuiu or a Mas asm, Mr. Wilson the tther day Introduced Into the U. S. Senate a Joill to organize the Militia of the United Etatsi. It provide for a volun. teer force In the lateral St t tee, tj be called the National OaarJ of the. United States, and to consist of two hundred reglmenti of twelve oompaolee, each company of one hundred men divided among Ihe States pre rata. Enlist- matt) can embrace men between' the ages of 31 and 35 jears. Any part of this force may be ordered into the service of the United States by the President, during any war of Invasion' or re bellion. ' - , .-This "National Guard" Is by the bill to con atitate aStanding Army, any pait of which the Preiideof may call into the service of the United 8tates during any war 'of Invasion or rebellioo - , The Emperor of France baa hia National Guard, why not the PesIdeat of tbe United Stalest .Sore enough, why not? It nay, under military, aeoeesities possible, to arise, be as im port act to Abraham I, and hia successors as to Napoleon III. and his heir Beside all this, it may be a matter of the military neoesait In rollog America a U Napoleon, to get command of the militia of the States, so as to paralyse their physical arm and prevent them from continually flouting Vi thetr rights il the fact of an Autocrat, who of course will know better than the poor tax rid den enslaved people what rights tbey oght, and what they ought not to exercise. , General Wool made a move a few days ago . in this direction. ' Ho thought to make the ex periment and see if he could not, without raising mach of a rookery, get control of tbe militia of tbe State of New York for his masters, Secre tin Stanton and President Lincoln. '8 be Issued orders, not made publ'o, but sent pri vately to the offloers of the StUs militia, re quiring them to report to" him (General Wool) at hi headquarters In New York city. Soma reported, but more protested and would not obey tb order, alleging they were not under Wool, but under one Simoua as Commander-in-Chief. And there the matter has rested sinoe. j Thai 'plan for getting control of the militia pf Ihe States don't promise to work well; Senator Wiuoa'a law, It la confidently believed at Washington, will answer a maoh better purpose. Besides, it baa the merit of being a grander and a bolder scheme. This Is what our revo lutionary Abolitionists lore above all things- no matter what U may .'ead to. The Radicals and Gen. McClellan. ; The radicals are raising a hue and-cry against General McClillan because, as they allege, h & disobeyed the 'Instructions of the President, - ,c when he started with his army for the Pento . sola last Spring, in not leaving a sufficient '7 fores to guard Washington.' Taea, they were bitter lo their denunciations of him and bolster on In demanding hi removal, beoaus he - showed so much anxiety for tb safety of Wash togtsn, delaying a forward movement and taking care ti guard well the approaches to th Nation. al Capital.' Tbey 'said Washington was sale; there was no danger; all was qultt on the Poto- mao, and tb President and Cabinet had nothing , ( to fear; McClillan should move rapidly for ward with hi whole army en the Rebel Capl . A . V "' ' - ' 1 ' 1 Note, tot that very movement, which be ea- ' deavored to fcarry ont a far aa be could, with tbe Inttrfereno of th President and Seoretary ' of War, Gen. MoCluxan I arraigned by the su TT Abolitloabti who coodemped him fr not It with more vigilance and In greater oroe, and 1 threaten ad with a court martial for not obeying to th letter the inatructlens of th c. i President, whe was eonetantty Interfering with i-.kto Plans and thwarting bis operation by re '" taUrlng and Drawing off a portion of hi best to troops, for th protection and defense of Wash ington. 'Suoh la radloal Inconsistency and by poorley. . : 'l':".; aa ."I T';A Wasbinoton dispatoh atatss that the Judi ciary committee of the House, to whom was .referred tb resolution., confirming the Presi dent' proclamation of, emancipation,' have agreed to' Indefinitely 'postpone action oVths object. Tbe Senate resolution of the; same purport also lie dormant. utv.-.-z i TiUMiasisslppi river expedition' Intended to oparat against Vlokaburg, I) ,'la.. expected, will be prepared to ooaimonee bos till ties about th 10th of February. A co-operation ry Banks ' la- promiacd by bod, and 'Farragnt'S and Por ' tW' ooniblned navaf flesti by river .'luTh e "f that the water If tnrinlnthrongn th'ejBut i'.' ; iar caoa4 la uatme.& i ird " r. r.t !i no'JniJ ii i n ,i Sim i i T'T i ' -A wtw Court-Marttar ba beeh organised at "! i WMblogion 'fpv th trial "of General CliaaLU so 'SJoeiaV o' " t ' ' ( j V '"j i-' Miuiows for th CoasUtu.tlou.'liot a oent for ''ICinanoipallonJ nl'hlsas the aentlmeut offered Kbv HonJt: G. Brakbi'anf Immeus pubjlo .-ataetini b14at Chicago, Jan. 84, to take Into - oonsideratlonth state. f tsecoantr. ; Judge Holt's Review. " Judga-Adraaate Holt pr aaantad to the Prea- idsnt a document oallad a review of the testi mony In the PaaTia Court Martial oase.' Upon this document, It appears, th President based his doolsion, and this document hli Abolition oboe trumpet forth as eonoluslvs against Gen. Poaraa. Two que it! one present them' selves, what la the office of a Judge-Advoeate In tbe army, and does th presentation of snob a review . Appertain to his office and dntyt By th Artiole of War, the Judge Advocate Is made the proaeoutlng attorney of the United Statu In ell trials by oourta-marllal. By the same artlelea, he Is required to transmit th proceeding and eentenoe of the court, not to the President, but to th Secretary of War, to be by the latter officer "laid before the Presl dent for bis confirmation or approval, or orders In the oase." The President is thus placed in the position of a Judge, who Is to examine the evidence, and determine whether th finding or sentence of the court be just or unjust. ' If he permitted an argument of Ihe oase before himself, be would of oourse, If he mesnt to act fairly and Impar tially, summon the oounsel on both sidss iuto bis presence, and hear both. When Judge-Advooate Holt had tent the proceedings and aeatenoe of the PoaTia Court- Martlal to the Seoretary of War, to be by aim laid before the President, his (Judge Holt's) offiolal duties in the case were at end. Thence forth, he had nothing further to do In tbe case, but to remain silent Ilk any private oltiaen, sad await the decision of the final judge, tbe President. But Instead of this, what does Judge Advo- oate Holt do? He privately furnishes tbe President with a review of the testimony in the case, as It Is called, but which is really a labored and Ingenious argument against General PoaTia. General PoaTta, his counsel, his friends and the pnblio, were In the mean time kept In profound and utter ignorance of aoy suoh prcceedlng- How Judge Holt came to do such a disgraceful, not to say criminal aot as this, he himself tells us lu the opening para graphs of his so-called review or letter to ihe President, which read as follows: . j . JUDGE-ADVOCATE GENERAL'S OFFICE. January 19, 1863. Sin: In comnliacce with your written in atruotions, under date of tbe 13b Inst., "to revise the proceedings of Ihe Court-Martial in tbe case of Mjor-Oeneral rils John f ortcr, and report fully upon any legal questions that may bave arisen in ttiem, ana upon tne bearing of the testimony in reference to tbe charges and specifications exhibited against the aocueed, and npan which be was tried," 1 bave tbe honor to submit the following report: As tbs animus of the accused toward bis eommandiog General, lo pursuing tbe line of conduct alleged sgalntt blrn,mo.tt largely effect tbe Question or hi criminality, and may lurnisn a safe and reliable light tor your guidaooe in determining polnti otherwise left doubtful by tbe evidence, it Is proper last it should, u poe sible, be ascertained beiore entering at large upon the review of tbe case, which yon bave instructed me to mas. Tbe revlew.jletter or report of tbe Judge Advocate, addressed to tbe President, la long. occupying some fire closely printed column In tb newspapers. There is a labored effort thiouebout, and . a painfully anxious desire evineed to secure the conviction and condemn- tlou of Gen. Foam at the bands of the Presi dent; and it la a remarkable and startling fact that the President's approval of tbe sentence of the court-martial and this review of the Judge Advocate were published to tbe world at one and tbe same lime, giving rlae to a suspi cion that tbe latter was expressly prepared as a ustificatlon for the former. V But It may be said the President ordered Judge Holt to furnish this review. As to this Ihe Jnrntl of Cmmtrc ssya: Such seem to be the JadeeAdvoctte's Idea of hia excuse, sinoe he make it prominent; but It is no excuse. If a atslrlot attorney were re quested by a udge of the Court of Appeals in tnls state to lurnisn a pnvaie review oi a case tried in tbe Snoreme Court, aad sent np for ex amination In th oonrt above, be would ent off his right band, and put out hi rigbl eye, soon er thao comply witb the request. a Abolition Candidates for Governor. The Abolitionists are already canvassing candidates for Governor, just as though the Democracy were not bound to carry the State next fall by the largest majority ever given However, we bave no objection to their amusing IhemBelvei in this manner nothing else can come of it. The gentlemen we have heard named In this connection are the following David Tod, Mastin WiLxxa, Colcmioi Dila no, Biw. EeeurroN, Wm. 8. Gaoaasacx, V. B. Hobton, General Samp ax F. Cajit, H. S. Bondt, Lieutenant Governor Btanton and John A. Binoham. We suppose Governor Tod will want an in dorsement; but the Abolitionists having used blm long enough, will quietly lay him on the shslf. The probability Is, that Llentenant-Gov Stanton might be induced, if the pressure were strong enough, to accept tbe nomination 1 He make a modest bid for it on the ground of being the only man of "character and position," In hi famous letter to Hon. Thoma Ewino. Hear blm:. u .'..' Yon were President of the Convention by which I was nominated for Ibis position, and koow that I accepted it with reluctance, and only became no man of such character and position was desirsd for Ibat place upon the ticket, would accept It. - - ; Messrs. EoolistoNi Bondt and Cabit, who were Governor Stanton' eompet tore in that Convention, and tbe former of whom' earn near receiving the nomination, mutt feel com plimented by th above egotistical paragraph, o gracefully woven Into a letter on military af fair. His not at all Improbable that these gentlemen may contest more Successfully the "empty hpnor" with tb Lieutenant-Governor the "only man of character and poaltlan." , of ly by aa The Ohio Legislature. In the SiNATt, after prayer by the Rev. Mr, Morris, pstitiona were presented by Messrs. Roby, Hitoheook 8hsrrard, and Bleroe,' whloh were referrcd-.-"MrrLing gave notice ot a bill To allow soldiers ti vote. " Bills were read the second time" end committed alter which tb Senate, in committee of the Whole, considered sundry bills.' ,r.. o 1 The Seuate speni the whole afternoon i& filll buatering ou tb bill to Hi the compensation of member and offloers of th General Assembly al three hundred dollar a year, each; and th bill was finally postponed until the lsfot May next. J i'.'n. .:t.o! a.sj vt . The Senate adjourned. In the Hodix, after prayer by the Rev Mr. RandaiL petitions were presented by Messrs Blocker, , Crouae, Glessoet, Griswold, Kmm, Monroe, 0bon( and Farner,' which wr a. ' to ' farred.'i A large number of bills were tead the seoond time and commuted. Tb following bills were Introduced and read the first time s By Mr. Howard To amend the est to inoor porsts th Urbana, Meohanloaburg and Jsffer- son.Turnplk Company; By Mr. Woodbury, from tb eommlttee on Fee and Salaries To amend acotlon on ot an act to regulate the compensation of Sheriff for. keeping and pro- vidiog ror prisoners in paaeeu apm i 1863. It provide Ibat tb Sheriffs of th sev eral counties in the 8 late be allowed suoh oom pensatioh as the ; County Commissioners shall from time to time order and allow, not exoeea log forty, oents per day for keeping and pro viding for prisoners In Jail. . ' Mr. West offered a resolution providing for an amendment to tbe Conitltutlon, whloh was ordered to be printed. Tbe proposed amend month aa follows: ' : i Section 26. All laws of a general nature hall hava a uniform oueratlon tbrouthout tbe State, nor shall any act except suoh as relates to pnblio schools, or to the running at large of domesito animais, oe paeocu, m had "r--tbs approval of any other authority. than that of tbe Ueneral Assemoiy, eioepv ae otoerw provided for in this constitution Mr. Smythe offered a resolution, whloh was adopted, Instructing the Judiciary committee to Inquire whether the price now fixed by law for the publication of the Ohio State Reports is suffioient to defray the necessary expenses of future publication, and whether It 1 expedient to continue the publication by the State, or oon fide the same to private enterprise. . - i Mr. Dresel's resolution of inquiry as to arbi trary arrests in Ohio, sod the pending substitute, were taken from the table, by a vote of 49 to 25 the leaders on the Administration side of Ihe House voting against taking up Ihe matter. Mr. Dreeel offered the following amendments to the substitute: ? ' , J ' "After tbe word "member" Insert with power to send for persons and papers;',' after "imprisoned" Insert "and how treated during his confinement." 6th. "Where, when and be fore what tribunal the examination of each one took dace, and what the result of such exam loatiou was;" strike ont "6,h," and Insert The dlscoesion was then resumed and contiu ued till six o'clock in the: evening, when the House took a recess until, nine o'clock Friday morning. 1 ' ' I Continuation of Discussion in the House on Arbitrary Arrests. ' On Wednesday evening, tbs Abolition lead srs in the Legislature dcoided, that this discus sion should then close with the speech of Mri Wkst. It was understood that Mr. Satlkr and others desired to speak; but the privilege was not to be accorded them sines the apologists ef ar bitrary power had been terribly worsted all tbroogh tbe discussion. Tbey wanted it stop ped, and were determined that the friends of constitutional liberty should be silenced. So tbey adjourned the House, In order to lay upon the table Mr. Dbisil's resolution and the pend ing Substitute, where it was intended they should Bleep the sleep of death. A record must be avoided no direct vets mutt be had an investigation Of arbitrary arraati and Abo lition usurpations mutt be . smothered! Oo Thursdsy morniag, however, it became appar ent that some of tbe Abolitlonlxed "Union Democrats" lacked the' "backbone" 'to carry out the entire programme presoiibed by their masters. Tbey turned pale and quaked with fear, In view of "that great hereafter, the echo of whose footsteps they already hear along the highway of time." By the aid of these -men, the Democratic member of th Hons were enabled to take from the table tbe resolution and substitute. . Thereupon, the dlsouisiOu was resumed. '.!'."., '. .-, j' . Mr. Dbxssl obtained the floor and offered som amendment to tbe nbetttute; and In an able and conducive argument, he showed the Importance, the propriety, and the neoessity of most thorough and searching investigation of the arbitrary arrests in Ohio. Mr. Satlbb, the able Representative from Cincinnati, then took the floor, and th Hons took a reoess. When that body was called to order in tbe afternoon, Mr 8. commenced spsaking and continued his remarks until six o'clock, at which lime the House again took a recess, until Friday morning at nine o'clock when be will oonslude his speech. It is one of the most brilliant and powerful efforte we bave over beard, in the Capitol . of Ohio. Lu miaou' with -: the inflexible logic' of facti, it has the clearness and ooavlnolng force a mathematical demonstration. As a scholar production, nothing will surpass It during this General Assembly.'., It Is exhaustive of the whole subject. He showed mott conclusively and triumphantly, from the Constitution of the United States, from History, and from Judicial decisions, that tbe privilege of tbe writ of iaoeqs eorsats cannot rightfully be suspended the Executive. Wa expect to publish a full synopsis of this able and eloquent speech. Mr. Wist, who made two speeobes during the discussion, and Mr. Scott, who "spoke bis pieoe"eome days ago, were ;sO very courteous to make an effort to cut off the : oonoluding part of Mr. Satlbb's speech! Tbey, however, did not succeed. " : . Congressional Summary. In the Ssoat on Wednesday j the S8tb lust , Hit. Clabk, of New Hampshire, offered a reso lution for the expulsion of Willabd Sadlsktbt, Senator from Delaware, for not obeying whsn called to order by theVloe Preaident, and for threatening to use a concealed weapon upon the Sergeant-at-Arma when ordered into bi custo dy. Mr. Wall, of Now Jersey! offered a reso lution, whloh was adopted. Instructing the Mil itary eommlttee to inquire into Ihe propriety of extending such relief as circumstances may re quire, and iuquire into tbe oase of Mr. Tbbmat, known a Zuoona, tbe French lady of Mary land, now a prisoner of war al Fort Lafayette, who, as Is reported, has been confined Ii a dungeon In that fortress alno June last, and Is now hopelessly Insane by reason of his suffer lngs."Tb bill making appropriations for the payment ot pensions' to wounded soldiers, was taksn up and passed. - The army appropriation bill waa also taken np.rsmsnded and passed. In the House, on th asm day, the time wss passed until long after midnight In Ineffectual attempts on the part of th? Abolition majority, get a final vote on the passsge of the 8ts vn Jtfegro army bill. r. ; . u" j . News from Memphis. Ar Memphis' dispatch dated Jan'; 36, stitei that the steamers used In transporting General Qo swan's troops to Dee Are, had arrived at Memphis, and were being loaded with fresh troops as f,aarai pbffstble. ;Gen. Quart was to embark In person that evening, and leave Vy jf daylight the nexl morning. The Government was to take all th largeat houses Intho olty and transform them Into hospitals apable of accommodating six thousand men. H. R. Wiaw, Medloal Dlreotor of General Grant's army, had temporary oharge of the new arrangement. The same dispatch states .that Information bad been reoelved from the' South to Jan. 18, wbtoh oould be relied upon;." It 1 to the follow ingeireot: - kT V - - " " Th oommand of th whole Western Depart ment has been given to Qen. Joseph Johnston. He Is .massing immense forces at and near Tlcksburg. It 1s estlmsted that he oao, on ah emergency, bring one hundred and fifty thous and men ta Its defense The rebels mean to iUke everything on their ability tj bold Vloks burg, nd preserve their communication with the States of Louisiana, Arkansss and Texas. Tbe rebels have also a large fores at Port Hud son. The fortifications there are oomplttsd, and they have no idea that General Banks will be able to take or run pact them. It is generally believed the rebel army baa been greatly re inforeed in Tennessee, snd it I expected that in the next trial they will certain ly whip Gen. Rosecrans with the greatstt ease, Tbey expect ti drive him bsok to Nashville, and force him to surrenderor retreat, by onttlag off bis sources of supplies. They will not, If they can avoid it, have a general engagement In the West, but will endeavor to keep our Generals busy by cutting communicationa and preventing their advance. , ' . y.-S' A Wasbinoton correspondent says tho no grocB, at their huge "pen" in the outskirts of tbe city, are dying by the soore ot small pox, and In fatlionabli Quarter thev are bavins mas qnerade Wis and dressing themselves up as white folks., .- . Important Resolutions About the Draft. In the Indiana House of Representatives, i few days ago, Hon. Baless W. Hanna offered the following preamble and resolutions. - Tbe failure of New York, Massachusetts, Connec ticut and other Eastern States to carry out the draft, while it was rigidly enforced at the West, would seem to demand inquiry In the right Quarter: .. WniaxAS, By the late preliminary report on the eighth census ot tbe United mates, pub. lished under Ihe authority of Ihe Secretary at the Department of Ibe interior, II appears that the real populatLa of the State of Indiana, in 1860, waa 1,350,438, and the population of Massachusetts was 1,231,000; and 1 - ; Whbbias, It appears that Indiana has fur nished 102,700 soldiers under Ihe various calls of the President for volunteers and by draft; and . - : . ) . Wbbbias, Tbe Stale of Massachusetts, as appears by toe annual message or rils BTxoel lency Governor Andrew, - bas . furnished but 60,000; and - - - . . ..... . Wbibcas, The draft was rigidly and morel lessly enforced in Indiana, and is aotyat com. pitted In Massachusetts therefore ! Bt it retained by the Oenirml Auemblw of the Slate of iniutna, i bat our delegation in Con. greas be ioitructed to inquire iota thacahses of such discrimination in lavor ot OTassacauselts, Referred to th committee on Federal Rela- tlnna . ... Callicot, Speaker of the New York House of Assembly. Callicot, the. teaegado Democrat, who sold out to tb Abolitionists for the office ot Speaker of tbe New York House of Assembly, Is be ing shown np beautifully. 1 The Albany corre spondent of the New York Ezprti$,Btjs : v Mr. Hughes baa accused Callicot of per sonal corruption, and presented to tho Assem bly letters from him asking for money1. I , There were evidently Abolition Cahison about at Albany! What a pure party ! J Mas. Douglas The press are making all kinds of matrimonial arrangements for tbs future of Mrs. Douglas1 casting her destiny at tbe domestic hearth of Secretary Chase, Geo. Iogalls ef al. We have the best evidence for stating that Mrs. Douglas bas entered into-ao matrimonial arrangements, present or 1 pros-: pective, witb Mr. Chase, General Iogalls, "p( any other man," nor has she the remotest ides of doing so. 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Th'eb(K ef DeeVoVor Uediclos will ba ceafamd at Ibe eloaa of lb iMSlon. i The DiaMcMoir Booms will eoattnnaSbon. ami mate rial will be aoppltod throughout th MMion. k ' apociai aitMtion win to eiron to uunloal Initnia- tlon. Blsdonti wilt have acjbaaa to tbaOoKaaaeui. and St. Jornia HoiriTiia, and the Oou.ua ItitrniaaaT. . rarthf r particular) may M obtalMd b addressing Ii- n UWHI, 0. Damn, ... t- - eoraer SUtb aad Baes Itnets. f.tanlS-SaifcStW u14.Y i.wls.i .rib .;', t .Y--! " HOCKIHC COAL. I aw wow YREFanED to fur. Best' Quality Selected Hocking Coal and deliver lo any tartr kf'':t V'oi ' r" jma-tm rtst r ..!.r.9:t 1 r. .aUntlX !. ''I W it 'cnv vr t-i-t'lSMt. aasawawasawaawaaaAM . STATEMENT , of tib caxsiTto or ss - f , ft ThaaiCw yirs Insurance Com- On the 31st day of Seoenbsr, 1863, made to the Auditor of Ohio! pursuant lo th. .tatuUof that State, .nil tl4d "An aot toreiulata Ipiuranoe Oompanlea, not ' lnrporaUa j th Btat. of Ohio," puaed Aprils, 1B50: , V; i NAM1 AN0 L03AHON.'' i ' . First. Th. nam. of th. Oompaov la Tham i . Iniur i. anoa OoaapaDjr, and Is located at Norwlea, Maw " tondonooantr.OoDB. Vi'.l CAPITAL ' .' V : i , Second. Tb. amoant.flU Capitol Itoojk Is lll.00 00 Third. Tb. amount ot 1U OaplUl Block. ,. paldsp.ls... ' . '' Feurth. II. AB8IT8. 1. Ouh of Ih. Company ' oa hand iM 9. Ouhla th. hand, of 1 and du. from agenta,, ; " . ' , - ' ' v ; ..' ' ' ' In count of tranr .-. ' T mUtlon S.IMSI, 5,814 31 3 Jttal .state unincumbered dodv. , ft' ' - I 4 . Th. Bondt and Stocks owned by the Company, a. per vouoher. '7 aooompani log bow secured; and the rat. of Intersil tbe re ' on, to wit: v .'..i.i.i, ' Par Market , r . Value. ' Value. 1st. lOOtbaret Mr-;; ' . nh.nUB.nk. W. ' . " : i :.i t. . fS.OSO 14,950 SO "" -M. 8J0 there. Ph.- nllBDk,N. Y. 5.000 f.SSOSO ' ' 3d. 50 tbartt Oootl- - ' MnUIBtnk M 1 -J'1 ' ' ' Y. ' 4ta. SOiharet Hano. to Bank M. t. Sth.tl-B.f.SUIrea.. nrv Watflfl...... 5 000 4,350 00 5,00. 4 350 00 3,950 '4,019 13 ' loui uonat ana encn, market value " " S. Debt due tb. Company, ea cured by mortgage, oa uoln . ' cambered real .ttate,' worth double th. amount forwbloh tbe tame Is mortgaged, ae per ' ' eohedu.lt. lied... e. liebu otherwle. secured, a. : , . par voucher tiled, being i loan, en elouks, .ta. etc. ' . aatounllng to - .Par- alarket Amount ' . . ' ' ' Value. Talue. loaned; , oiQutm Bii.Tna .itiinn n.sio 13 TJ.dOO 00 Total amount loaned On above, " ' ' 10,000 (10 7. Loano on senonal aecarltv ' S1.7S3 60, .Sc. furnltur. BtOOs 3,153 68 .i . fl. All ether iMDrltiei Inteiettao- ' I erued, due Jan. 1, 1863.. 1,186 18 Total aeictt ot Ibe Company . . ai31,53 a III. LIABILITIES. Ilfth. The amount of liabilities,' doe or not due, to bank. and other oradilort none, glith. Lome, adjusted and due.... none. Kerenth. Losae. adjusted and act " -du... ...m... ........ H Ighlb. Loates unadjuted noao- . . . tlon thereon uat reported, Blnth. Lot e In tuipent., waiting . .. ii for further proof, .-..v.... none Tenth. All other claims against the i v Company........ ...i.. tt.oso 00 ' COO 00 so eo I.Ti 1 TotariiibiiiUM..:..-l.' ;- aiesew ; ' ':'"':,i8OitLLArrtO0fl, 1 j :venth. The areatett amount insured In 1 aayonorilk 1.000 00 Twelfth. The greatcet amount alltwed by a. , . in. tuwa to be lonrM In any on. city, town or vUlag. No rul. Thirteenth. Th. greatest amount allowed to be injured la any on. block Not to eiceed souu in any on. risk. . Fourteenth. Tb. amount of Its capital or -earning. depcelUd In any olher State, aa ascurlty for lot Me there- In each, and whether inch Oom- 111, UMH1UH I1KIU, witu uigwuuvui . t pany trantactaany bulnest of In turance in aald State or Slate.. . . Fifteenth. Th. charter or act of Inoorpor . atlon of taid Company acoompa- . .... r , . , None Oooirrr orNaw aoMDoa,) H' I Amos W. Prentice, Preaident, and Ohiilee B. Dior Aatiatant Beeretary or the Thame, f lie I taurine uompany, being aererally sworn, depoM and say, that the foregoing la a full, true and correct ttatement of the affair, of the aald Company that the aald Inanranc. Com pany b) th. bona fid. owaet ef a ieaet On. Hundred Tnoatand dollar, or actual eath capital Invaated In Btoeka and Bondt. Or in Sfortnita an R..1 B.t.ta. worth double tbe amount for wbleh th. tarn, la mort gaged; that the aboy deeeiibed mveetmenta, nor any part toerooi, ro maa. lor uw nenent .1 any IndlTtdual xerclilug aathorltf In the manafenent of aald Oomca- nr. .Ither aa President. Beoretanr. Treetnrer. DlrMtar. or otherwbe: (hat th. mortgigu abort dftcrlbed hare not neon attignt. nor in any manntr muted or!lm- palredby rata Company; and that they eia the above uetcneea omceri or aaia ineuraneeoompsny.'' it it t - rr . rniBiius, rraatdent. OHABLaa a. tjvbo. a..i.i'i .. gtfbtoilbed and tworn before me, tblt tenth day of Jan- iaui.1 wriooj. L1WII ? STANTON, ,., Juttlceo! th. Peace, New Londononnty. Orrica or na Aosrroa or Btatb, I - Ooujw.ds, 0.,Jan. 3, 16S3. I It Is hereby aertifled that the fomolnc la a ao net nun of the Butement ot the condition of the Thames fue Imuran ce Company of Norwich, Conneeticat, mad. mvi. to tnu omc. for year 1863, and now on file .. I ntrein. i . Wltnet.myhand and teal officially. B. W. TAYLIB, Auditor of Bate, ' . i' ' r 1 "'.' i CERTIFICATE OF AUTUOfflTV. ' (To.xplr.oath. 31st day of January, 1851.) AcntToa or Btatu's Orrrca, . IneosAHci DtrAaTaaaT, ,, CoLcmci, obio, Jan. 81, 1803.) TVhereat, .the ' TUame. Fir. Insnranc. Company, lowea bi aorwicn, in tn. state or u.nnecucm hu filed In this offloe tworn lUtement of Its con dillon. aa required by the fint eeotion of th. act To regulat. Iniuraiee Companies sot Incorporated by the State or Ohio," patted April 8, 1850; ar.d, whereat, laid Company hat furalahed the andereigned satlifaeto- ry erioenoe mat it n ponettea or at leaat on. hundred thousand dollar, of actual capital, Invested In Btockt, or In Bondt, or in Mortgagee of Btal Bilate worth dou bl. th. tmonnt for which tb. tama la mortgaged; and, whereat, tald Company hat flltd In thli office a written Inttrument under lit comorat. teal, timed b the Pre,. Ident and Beeretary thereof, authorialng any agent or agantt of aald Company In this State, to acknowledge oi proccie, ror ana in ocnair or aaia uompany, oonatnUng that inch lerrict of proceta thall ba taken and held to be as valid aa If served noon th. Oomnanr. according to th. law. of tblt or any other Btate. and waiTiagaii oiaim or rignt of error, by reaton wr tucb acknowledament of aerrlca. I Now, therefore, la purtutnoe of lb firet itctton of ue.ioresaiaaot,!, uouert w.Tjler, Auditor of Slate or in. oiaie ot unto, do hereby cerory that aild iname. vir. msuranc. Company of Norwich, Connec ticut, It authorlaed to transact tk. bnstneet of Fire Insuranoo In IhU but. until the 8 lit day of January, In me year on. tDouttna tight nundrcd and sixty-four. in witness whtreor, l bar. hereunto tubtorlbed my L. 8. nam. and canted tbe seal of my cuce to be affixed m. day and year abovw written. B. W. TA1LIB, Auditor of State, -H. R. BEESON, OolnxxxJovia, O. ia30Hl7l , , . :, ,-, i ; ,; I TAYLOR , ft. WlsL,' UNDERTAKERS, ', v. Third Street, Opposite the First rresbytcrian Church, '. titt OONSIANTIiY ON HAND READY MADE COFFINS, or ALL, KINDS. ' j TheV haTa lb eol. ll.ht 1r VrnVlln.Mnnl A Ik. w.uuHHIUgMHIIDI . Schueller'a Air-Tight Burial Cases. Th(, for danbility nd Deattkeii. rr npsariwr to tb betmllwA ttmam. tkrirl lliak aantat ta'nnle nnm-hmXt mat biJ. TbM Borial Oawi e Uo tha bet I od noit intUblc for IrmnaportioK to dlitanoo tho bod it of dooeuod Dstfaanal. MM thaw awa Mwtlwtxlr.UahL- atn1 ami I aMU.. f.-QUttJ ea r INTELLIGEiVCE OFFICII. Noi 188 high Street, betsVeeV town and Rich, (UpBtairs.) G1U1.S . wiauiiso empjloi nmjvT in gtod famine., alto tboteleblng te obtain good glrla, will - do woll ,.lvt m a oall.i Charge, uoi- i"M'w - rrt'i' ! lAiiBARs., I ' COAL'OILJ COAL'OILI T FM Vt .?fr.Er,IEB, PB,CE it -iT AUPflBMDNTB, ; A T H E M E U Twl, JOHN At BIMLBK. .May tie) s;er. Traori cten U before 71 OurUIn iltes at Iri o'olook Prloe. of admlMlon: Crtu Olreltaed rwTaju.tt., 50o; Family Olrolt, 85c; Colored Gallery. S5e. , Boa Offlee open from 10 A. at. to5P at. ' r v GRAND FAKE W Kill, ABB , COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT ; MISS SALLIE ST. CLAIR, Tendered by th. oltlttni and military. ; GRAND LAUGH1NO FESTIVAL I Two BrllllastS Hart I ;Mlsa St. Clair in Two Great Pieces t ; MB. BABBAJ AS AMISIPAB 8L1IKI Friday Kvenloa, Jan 30, I803i Tb. gr.at Barl.nlan Comedy of THE SERIOUS FAMILY. Mrs. Ormtby Dtlmalns Miss SXttlB BT. ObAIB Mr. Amlnldab Bleek Mr. OBABI.KB B ABBAS. To conclude with the new and admlrabl. Comedietta, entitled , . , nrja.o'sresunsr notooi. Kitty Links ...Mill faille 6t. Olalr Great Moral Entertainment. Boston Museum. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Entrance a Illsrh St., Bnekeve Bleckt opposite) tn Exctaatnge Hank. 0PBN8 AT 8 A M. dec!28-tf 1 0L08B3 AT 9 F. U. C. KICK, Pr-op'ri HEADLEV, EBERLY & RICHARDS, Now. 50 & 262. South Ulan St . IN OBDEB TO 11BBT THal TTANH CF THBIB numerout euitomera lu lb. way of Holiday Cooda, hare jnit returned from th. eattoro cltlet with a choice and well telected ttock of LADIES' MI33E3' AND CHILDBEN8 Ladies' Cloth and Plush NEW, RICH AND DESIRABLE DRESS SILKS, Balmoral Skirts, LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN3' S H A W L S . , . : HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS 9511 A SSI SOUTH DIOO STRBBT. decW I,. e. Baiur J, e. THoatrjoa. a i smith . BAILEY, THOMPSON & CO., Dealers In Coin. Doanoaiiedc Ferclsjn . EzonanBe.Ilncnrrent IT! one-, etc. . Office 274 South High Street. Janl4-d3m . . . j FAIRBANKS'S STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS. Sold In Columbus by KIl.ItOUItNE, KFJIINS 6c CO. lljB. careful to bay only Ih. genuine. jaa!003 dly BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., WnOLBSALl k. RETAIL DXALBT1S IN Fine & Staple Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, Pare Wines and Liquors FOR MKDIOINiL PURPOSES. Country Produce taken In exchange for Ooodt. NO. 973 SOUTH HIGH STREET, All goods deltvsred free of charge to any part of tb. 0"y - DAVID W. BROOKS 0KS,) ; 1 JOHN STBABJIS, It MVSMM lasTMr: ' . ..i -' .. V (.. M LOTS . FOR SALE. 'KVEB VERT DESIRABLE LOTS 1. In fa. A. Olll't tut Aitrfliu. .w ?; . v ui. vomer or BTroaawav and But PnbUo island aU In two Blocks ofTbri? each, fronting North and South on Oak timet, near the aat and, on th. mott derated ground In Ih. illy. ' Also, from 20 to 60 Lots IB Wm. A. AIM. flavwwaJ V..1V ij.hu . North o. CXCX ul.i in. m. n. in opt tod otaor lrg manufacturing ettabllshmenlt, D. B. Arwnal groundt, and In the North part ot tb. city, render th. present a good opportunity for Alechanlca, Laboring - v-.w, - mi, b Bomeauaa thslr butiseii. At no time sine. tb. formation of u nvnnuuni, uh uiud. j peen ao abundant, or labor to well remunerated at Ih. present. , I ; HOW II mK TIITIE TO BUY. Haal aatata hat' notr eat 'i4vihm4 i- othtrpreporty. " " Also, a Small Farm of 40 Acres. Adjoining th. town of nilllard's Station, on tb. 0. P. ... wni, inn ii good, arablt'Iand. aore nndw feae. and onlttvatlon. Sih. railroad run. r;;s.: :;.u . " '.? wood .JJ.i.r ' logeamn ana enedi on th. prem tee. Frio. SJ1300, one third oath In hand, th. bet ant. In tWO MUtl innn.l u . ti, , wr . for eaah. r"-"T .jvuiiii amount lorBartlculart, lno.ulr.of J r,rr . r i . - , i WMj A. nvw.r.' '. Ho. 30 Hortll Hlth Bt.. Oolnmhn.. a 't4AW-l ' ot ,,.