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OOIiXTMBXJB. OHIO: THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1863. - i a.m. PBTTEROILL & CO., No. 37 Park Row, New York, and 6 Bute Street, Boston, Amour agent la tboM ettleo, and an euthorlaed to take tartkwMDM and Bobeerlption for ai at oar lew Unconditional Abolitionism and Unconditional Submission. The New Yotk Time (Republleaii-Abelltlon) 1 Beys "ihe'egente of secession who are now la boring: at the North for compromise ana peso "profess to be working in tbe interest of the Unlra." These "agents of secession" most be those Abolitionist who ere now laboring lor ' compromise by acknowledging the independence f the Southern Confederacy if the Sooth iboald not be oooqaered by May or Jane next, and for peace by consenting to a dissolution of the Union.' , Tbe fiane saja "that compromise or peaoe upoa any other terms than naked, nnoondiUon ' eJ submission of the South, would be just as falsi to the Union as if we acknowleged the Independence of the Confederacy to-morrow." Let ns uderstand our Abolition ootemporary We bare bad enongh of this kind of talk In a general way: let as know what it means when boiled down and its essenoe extracted. We bare heard much boasting about nrjcon ditlonal Union men." The people now know ' who are meant by this phrase as used by the leaders and organs of the dominant party. "Un conditional Union men" are io their vocabu lary unconditional Abolitionists nothing less . Thau. Stctms, of Pennsjlvsnla, Is a apeolmen of this class he said In the House in tbe de osteon the West Virginia bill, that be never would " oonsent to a Union with slavery in ' it." Mabtm F. Con wT, of Kansas, la another precious sample of the same genus. Mr Con ' war, In a speeob on the 27th nil , la the House ' committee of the Whole, declared be was not , In favor of restoring the constitutional rela Hone of the slaveholders to tbe Union he was " In favor of recognising what he called the loyal 8tatee as the American nation and as oonstitu ting the Union, and aa a distinct publio body ' He would have a free Northern Union with no ' slavery In It, and let tbe Sonth go as an lnde . , pendent people or nation in one word, he was for an Immediate dissolution of the Union, H was only a little ahead oi his Abolition brelh j ' reo In p.ociaiming their aim and object. He told them plainly they would come up to bis stand point after the 4th of March next. 8uoh is the naked, unconditional Union " Ism of Abolitionists. Now, what do they mean by the "naked, unconditional submission oi the South I" mind, they do not eay of tbe ' rebeb, bnt "of the South." They mean pre oieely tbe same thing that they do by their . "unconditional Unionism" an unconditional submission by all this Southern people as well ae ail the Northern people to their polioy ol negro freedom and negro equality .The more wily and subtle demagogues among them see elegit that tala U a dmaod that never can, and never will be compiled with; but they are determined to persevere in making it for tbe sake of blinding the people in tbe North with - eueh pbraeee as "unconditional Unloniim" and ' "the naked, unconditional submission of the : South." while they re illy mean and are aim log at what Con war said in tie speech referred t o, the loyal States, as be oalled them, already oODBiituted an "American nation based on tbe principle of freedom for all, without distinction .' of race, color or condition." '? ' This means, If it means anything, tbe ooasti : toting out of the mini of the American Union an independent Northern Amerloan nation of which no ilaveboldlog eommunlty shalMorm a part. Abolitionists who are not In the iteret of the leaders by whom they are guided and led on step by step frem one folly to another, and from pretended Unionism to praotioal Dls : ' unionism, may question that this ultimatum ' will be reached. Bat what then, we aek sober, . oool, reflecting men, oan possibly be reached nn- - der an unconditional Abolition pollevl Either Democrats, and conservative men united with . them, must save tbe Union by requiring an nn ; conditional submission to tbe Constitution, and nothing lees or more, or else the Abolitionists will continue to make war, not upon the rebels, ;.. but upon tbe constitutional rights of the people, North and South, until tbe result will be, wbst they are already preparing for, a dissolution of vtbe Union, and the establishment of a military deepotlim In the North. . Democratic Victory in Lancaster, Pa. . The Democracy of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, achieved a splendid vlotory at the municipal election la that city, on Tuesday , February 3d, The Demooratlo Mayor was elected by a hand some majority, together with all the other Demooratio candidates. The triumph is com plete and overwhelming. The Abolitionists were confident of success, and labored bard to . attain It; but the result shows a most brilliant and gratifying victory for the Constitution and tbe Union. Democratic Victory in Lancaster, Pa. The Illinois Legislature. Tbe Springfield correspondent of tbe Cbioa. go Tastes writes under date of Monday, Feb, 9, that the Illinois State Senate was still wlth - out a quorum. An Informal caucus was held " that night, bat nothing definite was agreed ' upon., The Democrats would not agree to pass any appropriation bills, to postpone considera tion of tbe resolutions for a National Conven- i .tlon or' to adopt any proposition, unless the Repuollesn seoeders would return to their seats ,. and prooee In their legislative duties , , : Tbe House waa In session. . .::(, :i i ii.i. Faraumu bare arrived el Memphis with ore thirteen million dollars to pay off the troops In that department. ' A WasoTON special to the Cincinnati Ga utt saye it Is stated that Gen. Fkilm, of Ship Island Abolitlon-proclamatlon-notorlety, bar been appointed back to outrank nearly all the Majot-Oenerale in tbe service. - Turn annual State election In New Hamp shire takes place on the eeoond Tneedey in Mawhl A Governor, Railroad Commissioner, and three members of Congress are to be elected. ; . 1 ea-MMB-mea eeJSBMsaaMMSM assaaasMsj. Coeso-AToar --Only seventeen worklog dayi I rtaaln for the present Congress. .6 -vh:inY.l'J.: THE OHIO LEGISLATURE. , .' . after prayer by the Rev. Dr. Randall, petitions were presented by Messrs. Welsh, Bherrard, Hltohcock and Ready, wbloh were referred. Sundry bills were read the ssoond time and oommitted, The following bills were Introduced and read the first time: By Mr. Godfrey To amend seotion five of "an act, prescribing the rates of taxation for State, county, township, city, and other purposes," passed April 30, 1863; By Mr. MoVelgh Accepting the donation of lands to the State of Ohio, for the endowment of Atrrloultural Colleges: By Mr. Coatee To provide for the election of county school ex amlnere. Senate bill, To amend sections one and fire of an aot entitled an act for the protection of certain birds and game, wee killed. House bill waa passed, Maklngj)arttal appropriation of the General Revenue for the year low. lien. ftoseorans's letter to the General Assembly was read, and ordered to be spread upon the Sen ate Journal. On motion of Mr. MoLung, It was jlrsoiW, That the Senate grant the use of Ite Chamber, on Thursday evening, feb.ixtn, totheOhio'Pomologioal Society, for the pur mi. f ha.ln- a lMtura on "Plant Lift." At El- uuntarg Botany, by Dr. Warder, of Cincinnati. The resolution for etas ate adjournment on the 9th of Msroh, was taken up, amended so as to read Marob 2d, and again laid on tbe table. The Senate spsnt most of the day In oom- miltee of the Whole. It edjourned late In the afternoon. i In the Hou, after prayer by the Rev. Mr. Mather, petitions were presented by Messrs. Converse, Bartram, West, Dreeel, Ferrell, Vance, Lolt, Lenten and Sliver, which were re ferred. Sundry bills were read the second time and committed. Tbe following bills were passed: . To amend sections one and two of tbe aot regulation the publication of the Ohio State Reports; To smsnd the first section of the aot entitled "an aot Lt the more effectual protec tion of lnclosures," pasted Feb. 528, 1846; Sup plementary to an act passed Marob 18 tb, 1837, to Incorporate tbe Mnskingum College. The following bills were Introduced i By Mr. Woodbury Supplementary to an act to regulate the taxation and collection of coats, passed March 9, 1835; By Mr. 6tanton-To fix tbe fees oi the Clerks of oourte for making op and impletlog general Indexes ; By Mr Rnona To oomoensate Boards of Education for servicee therein mentioned; By Mr. Bab cock To authorise commissioners of counties and trustees of townships Co levy a tax for the purpose of paying moneys advanced by such officers for the relief of tbe families or volun teers; For the relief of Gilbert E. Winters; By Mr. Krum To provide for bounty paid to Ohio volunteers who enlltted and were mas tered Into tbe service of tbe United Stites under the calls of the President Issued on the second day of July and on the fourth day of August, 1862; By Mr- Zinn To prevent the sale of eoiritaooe liauors within two mileeof any military oamp. Messrs. Welsh and Johnston, of the Senate, andOeboro, Converse and Gnus tains, of the Bouse, were appointed a joint committee, to look after tbe Clerks in the State Department! A communication was received from the Gov ernor. Inclosing bis letter to Gen. Roseorsns transmitting the resolution of thanks of (he General Assembly, which was ordered to be printed- Senate joint resolution. Instructing our Senators and requesting our Representa tives In Congress, to vote for a modification of the tariff on paper, was taken np, dieouesed and adopted. The House then adjourned. Congressional Summary. In the Senate, on Tuesday, Feb. 10th, the bill re-organislng the Postoffice department was passed. A resolution was adopted, requiring the President,' if not incompatible with tha pub lio Interest, to lay before the Senate any corres pondence wbloh bas taken place between this Government and Fronce on tbe subject of me diation, arbitration, or other measures looking to the termination of the war. The National Currency bill, as It Is oalled, was taken np, but no final action had. In the House nothing of importance was transacted. Tax Abolitionists are drawing solid comfort from the fact, said to be derived from good authority, that the Emperor of the French la actually shipping from Alexandria, Egypt, to Mexico, some thousand Nubian troops, for whose services in ble armies be bae bargained with their master, tbe Pasha. Tbey are con-soripts as black as the ace of spades, and hav ing originally been forced Into the Pasha's service, are again being forced Into tbat of NaroLioN III. on thie continent. . Tbe Abo litionists think NaroLioN III. sets a good ex ample for Aseabam I. to follow. Perhaps the latter might hire a few thousand blaok oon scrlpta from some African prince who bas been In the habit of selling his subieota to elave 1 ' Letter from the Ninety-Fifth Ohio. Letter from the Ninety-Fifth Ohio. BY A MEMBER OF COMPANY A. ST. LOUIS, Feb 5, 1863. Deai presume you a surprised when you eee the plaoe of tbe data of thie letter. Well, here I am at tbe wharf of St. Loots nearer borne than I expected to be for some time to oome. Last Sunday evening, reb. l, some twenty of ns at r on riocering, near uempnis, were de tailed under Lieut Barber, of Oolombns, to eeoort some forty rebels up to at. .Louis. I thought tbat would be fun aad waa quite re joiced. We received our orders and started for Memoois at aimoei -aouoie quick," ror tear the steamer, the City of Alton, would move oft" without ut. Arriving at tbe landing, we found the steamer up tbe river "ooallng." It waa said ahe would be down soon. Bui she kept on "coaling" all nlftbt, and we bad to remain on the levee, standing guard over tbe prisoners, snd almost periabing with cold, until nine o'clock Monday morning wben tbe steamer oame down. We started in about two bourn and arrived here at about nine o'clock last evening. We enjoyed tbe trip very muoh. Tbe boys liked It, much better than staying in camp. Camp-life almost kills us; we want to be moving about. . j . The snow here Is about six lnohes deep, and tbe weather quite cold. The river is full of ice and snow floating down stream In large maesee. almost stopping navigation entirely. Wa la bored through it all day yesterday and night before last the steamer nearly stopping at times. Bat we managed to gel through with out accident. Breaking through toe on the river makes one feel aa though be waa riding in the oars such is the noise, tbe continued rindlne and larrlng. The neaitn oi our repmout ie not very gooa these betog between Mnty-Bj lo- dred now In tbe hospital. We have had one Taylor. There are a great many siok in the ho-Ditaia ai memonis. i am uii.-uv to a considerable extent In the olty, end a great many die of that loathsome disease. The men of the 95th were again vaoolnatid last Sunday the Aral vaccination not having done muoh good. We do guard duty every other day, which of Itself le enough to send e man to tbe hospital.' The weather about Memphis Is auful so far as my experience goes. In the day time, when the sun shines, it is very hot for this time of yean but fust as soon as the sun goes down, it grows colder and colder till morning, when the ground ie froien and ioe formed In places. They eay the weather Is changeable in Ohio, but it Ie nothing to the weather In and about Memphis. ; - i - - Onr camp near Memphis Is on the same ground where the 46th Ohio was encamped. That reoiment la at Dresent at Lagrange. I have seen several of my acquaintances in that regiment, some of wbom are in our oamp on alok leave. Oar company (Co. A, of the 95th) numbers about fifty men. Of course there are quite a number still out. Blnoe I oommenoed writing this letter, we have reoelved orders to take our pilsonere to Alton, Illinois, and there leave them, and re turn Immediately to our regiment ai raempois. So I must close. If anybody wants to bear from tell them to write. S. W. G. Schemes for Power in Washington. Mr. Chase's banking system Is being so nnshed as a Dolitioal insecure, as well as a noanolal measure, that it la rapidly Increasing In cower among tbe Abolitionists. Mr. Wilson's militia bill (National Guard), putting all the militia of the United statea un der the President's command, la also to be nreeeed. With a monster Treasury Babk, the whole militia under Federal command to eay nothing of the three hundred regiments of negroes there Is conndence tnat an Abolition President can be re-made or if not re-made, kept in pow er N. Y. Express. The Spotted Plague. The Toledo Commertial says that this terri ble disease has made its appearance in Elkhart, Indiana. Un Thursday evening last, a lad named Punches returned from school complain ing of feeling unwell, uy midnight be was a corpse. Next the father and a daughter in the same family died, and at last accounts the mother and another daughter were prostrated with the same tearful malady and not expected to live. Tbe people of Elkhart are much agi tated at the appearance of this scourge among them. " Another Vicksburg Cut-Off. We take the following item from the Cincin nati Ooerfts of the lltb. iost.: Gen- Gorman, with about five hundred men, oarrylng plokaxes and shovels, has been sent by Gen. Grant to Ynoo Pass, six miles below Helena and near Delta, on the Mississippi shore, to out the levee built across the bayou or pass leading from the Mississippi river into the Coldwater, about fifteen miles above Its mouth. The water south of the levee Is about ten feet below water level of the Miieissippl at its preeent stage, consequently the destruction oi tbe levee at this point will at once result in the overflow of the country for fitly miles In every direotion, and open a navigable channel lor ordinary boats to the Coldwater, thence to the Tallahatchie and to the Yaaoo. A navigable channel will thus be opened to the rear of Violnburg, in a direction wbloh is not fortified by the rebels and nothing to pre vent our mocqoito fleet from moving immedi ately into tbe XSXX3 ana taking poeeession oi the rebel steamere tbat run tbe river. Cox's Lecture on Puritanism. The lecture of Hon. . 8. Cox on Puritan ism, delivered In the city of New York, which we print on the first page of tbls lssne of the Beeneer, is a rare Intellectual reput, which our readers will no doubt enjoy as riohly as it haa been enjoyed by us. Abolition ranat eiem ie tbe 1. gitlmate offspring of New England Pa ritenism, wnoee genealogy it traced back to the daye of "Praise God-bare bones," In the Cromwellian age of Old Euglard. Mr. Ccx deservee the tbanks ot the whole Amerloan oeoDle for thie addition to the literature of our - --Mt. Vernon Banner. Michioaw is about three thousand behind on her quota under tbe two last oalis of the Presi deot, and an immediate draft baa been ordered to supply. the defiolenoy. Massachusetts is nineteen thousand behind on ber quota, and draft bas not been ordered to supply tbe de ficiency. . ' " ' Thi figures of the War Department ahow that we are now discharging from our armies In tbe field, disabled soldiers at the rate of a thousand a week. - u A ccntumam recently arrived at New York frem Canada, states tbat a fee of Sl.ouu wee bald to bim the other daw in Quebec wholly in American silver. He didn't want tbe stuff, but waa oomoelled to take It. Fanoy a man in these timee, and in tha United States, looking with disgust upon ball a busbei oi silver. Hon. S. Cox. The Ohio Staietman gives a list of forty Den ooratio newsnaoers in thie State tbat bare ex nraased a nrefereioe for Hon. 8. S. Cox for Speaker of the next House of Representatives. Mr. Cox is tbe undoubted onoioe oi tne Democ racy of Ohio, and we believe there le no donbt of his election, unless the Abolitionists send too many representatives from the military dis tricts along the Atlantic coast, to vote down the . . tier ... ..tr rt. People S Kepreeentatiree. 'inevnij rmon Ban-iter. . BtHKADiD. Mr. T. J. Yonng, who bae been Postmaster at this place for Ihe past eight or ten tears, bas been Deneaoea ny tne "no-party tarty" Administration, ana a nepuDiican put a his Dlaoe. Tbe reason Jor Mr. tonne's re. moral waa. tbat be voted the Demooratio tick et. Mr. Y. has been in 111 health for several years, and by oommon consent of all parties has been permitted to bold the office of P. M. tbroueb tbe changes of aeveralAdminlstratlons. Hie removal now, ahows the vindlotlvenese of tbls Administration against Union Democrats. We auszeei, that Mr. Young's only son, whom be sent to the army to fight for tbe Govern ment be noted under, be discharged also. Wapaxontta Democrat. , , MaBaoiD in J ail. The Cook oounty jail was this morning tbe aoena of an unusual specta cle a marriage. Tbe bridegroom wee Dr. Stan, ley, the hero oftheStanley.Hoolsby esduotlon case; tbe bride was hie victim, Mies Houlsby. To avoid his impending doom, rendered certain by tbe sitting of the Recorder's Court, which commenced its February term yesterday. Dr. Stanley oboee to marry his victim, and to be come at once the husband of a gushing bride, and the father of a three months' old child. The wedding was solemnised In a very private manner In the debtors' room of the jail this morning. Who wee Ihe officiating clergyman, or who the party that gave away the bride, we did not learn. They were pronounoed man and wire, and a mm pres. entered by toe Bute's At Chicago Journal, Feb. 3. Thi CHiMiiraT or Mxdioini. Among the special delights which have so riohly repaid our Tialt to New England was the inspection It was our privilege to make of Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co.'s Laboratory, at Lowell. Although wo knew by hear-say, tbat i waa large, yet wa were snr prised when we came into view of Ite real magnitude, and still mora by tbe extent and complication of its truly Immense b atlases The whole meatlve structure U In faot one vast obemloel laboratory, In wbloh the prooessea of this wonderful art are constantly going on. Medioo-ohemtoal solenoe baa found that the curative properties of any substanoe exist In some one or mora of its component parte.' Thus the medloal effects of opium arc due solely to the morphia It contains, although this la but one-eighteenth part Its weight; the other sev enteen parti are gum, extractive and Inert Or offensive matter. Dr. Ayer'a system separates the medloal properties of eaoh tubstanoe em ployed and we are shown the processes by whioh the tvtue of eaoh remedial agent are chased through the alembloa until they oome out completely pure at last. These concen trated, purified medloal properties, or virtues, are finally combined together to produoe the remedies which have made them selvee a repu tation for un.'lvaled excellence, all over the world. Not only does the Dootor disclaim all secrecy io his art and explain every process end every partiouiar, out ne maintains mat iqis is the enlv process by wbloh the people oan be supplied with the best possible remedies for the treatment oi aiseaae. anorormuia oy wqicb his remedies are made are, published In tbe medloal journals and have been presented to a large part of tbe medloal faculty of the United States, and are oonstantly sent by mail to auoh Daily Chronicle, San Francisco. Tax Em rits ov Hialtr Who Wiilds its Soirrac. Universal Empire has been tbe dar- line obieot of scores of despots, dynasties, and states, from tbe time of the Pharaohs to that of Napoleon U Urantt. seas oi oiooa nave been ahed to attain it, and the bones ot the myriads who have been slaughtered in the pursuit of thie chimera would, if tbey could be collected In one mats, evertop the highest peak of the Himalayan mountains. Rome oame nearest tha consummation, yet. even she wse never. In truth, the absolute "Mistress of tbe World." Yet there Is a speolee of universal empire which ha been attained. It is an empire not over tbe souls and bodies of mankind, but over their fioif. Tbe conqueror who has achieved this srand result is Doctor ilolloway, ot l.ondon; at least, we are taught to believe tbat be bas done so, by vouohers from all parts of the Chris tian and beatnen world, wnicn seem to ne ir refutable, and whiob, in laot, eo lar as we know, heve never been challenged. His Pills and Ointment are "universal remedies" In s dtubl sense. Tbey are disseminated tbiougb out ihe habitable alobe. and tbey are (so 'crowds of witnesses" assure us) unittriaUy suettfiui. In this country It la quite certain that the Pills are used with the most beneficial effeot in diaoorder of tbe stomach, liver, and bowels, and tbat aorofuls, and all tbe family of eruptive diseases and discharging sores, give way to the healing ooeratlon or the Uintment. Bureiy tbe nobieet oi an universal empires ie tbat which stretches Its healing sceptre over tbe maladies of all nations ! Day Book. 6 Lyon's Eathairon. This delightful article for preserving and beautifying the human hair la again put up by the original proprietor, and is now made with the same care, skill and attention, which first created Its immense and unprecedented sales of over one million bottles annually I It still sold at 35 cents in large bottles. Two million bottlee can easily be sold In a year when it la sgain known that the Kathalron ie not only tbe most delightf ul hair dressing in the world, but tbat It cleanses tbe ecalp of sourf and dandruff, gives the hair a lively rich, luxuriant growth, and prevents it from turning gray. These are considerations worth knowing. The Eathairon haa been tested for over twelve years, and is warranted as de scribed. Any lady who values a beautilul bead of hair will use Ihe Katbalron. It Is finely perfumed, aheap and valuable. It is sold by all respectable dealers throughout tbe world. D. 8. BARNE3 CO., . 'n's '' New York. noi8e-daiw8m A O0UQB, GOLD, OK AN IRRITATED THROAT, If allowed to progress, retain In eerisua Fplmonary and Bronchial affections, oftentmes wearable. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES reach dUnotly the affected parts and give almoet Instant Nllef. In Baoecama, AeTBuCa. aad Oa . ' the are beneficial. Tbe good effects resulting from tbe ue of tbe Trochee, and their extended ue, has earned them to bo counterfeited, Be sure to guard agalntt worthless Imitation. Orram only the gmuin Brown' Brm thiol IVocXf which hare provm their efficacy by a tee of many years. Poiuo BrtAKne and Sikouu ihould ue the Troches. Military Offleers and Boldlen, who over-tax the voice and are expoeed to eudden ebaoges ebould bars them. Bold everywhere at SS cent per box. janS0-dJcw3m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. James B. Itanbery, Trustee, eto.,) v. In Error. - Henry OrlnseU and other. I TONATHAN RTCBOEI AND Wit. (1 11am Bturgea will take notice tbat a petition In error ha been tied and Is now pendlog In the Supreme Court of tb Slat of Ohio, tbe object and prayerof wbloh la to revera the proceeding of the Court of Oommon Pleaaof Ell oounty. In aald BUM, In a certain can therein Id wblob tne taia uenry unnneu ana otnen, trait tea. were plaintiff, and tb Sanduiky, Manneld and Newark Railroad Company, the eald plaintiff In error aad other were defendant, and In which proceeding tb taid Jonathan and William were made partlee de fendant. Bald defendants may attend on or before the Sin day or auy neat. February 11. ltxu. Ihttbi fc Bnueos, Att'j for Pl'ff in Error. ". : T. S. 8HJPARD, Clerk of the Supreme Court of Ohio, fblidltAw6w By Cal. T. Ham, Deputy Joan (mm. nairnr o. whitman. MAirmm . roaci KEBLER WHITMAN & FORCE, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, i . i . Office No. 11 Masonic Building, ' Oinoinnati.; Ohio. Uj Practice In the Stat Court; and also In th Unlt- a Btates vutnoi, umuii ana e;m, viva Deo.81,TO-dly. IFAIRBANKS'S STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS. Sold In Colombo by I . KIXBOUHNE, KTJHNS Ac OO. -r , - ICy Be careful to boy only the gennln. -' JenSO'K-dly 1 -L 1 ' I t. 0. BAILIT. 1. 0. THOatrSO. . I. SM ITH. BAILEY, TnC2PS0N & CO., Dealers la Oeln, Denseetle tc Ferelari. Excbane;a,iJacnrrent manery, etc. Offico- jsalHta -274,South Highatreet. m. en eaytai)aaaJSr,Sa43r' ):-H.lf-; i .tl NEW GOODS! at HATtNO JUBT BICirVID f ROM N1W TOES An elegant assortment of Goods for SDtlemn'i wear, I am now prepares to offer to my old pitroni and other, groat Indooomenls Is tbe eelootlon of garments for tb oomlng seaaon. a nave a large sues oi Cloths, Cassiincrcs and Vcstings, Anil a rananl uaartment of lURNIBHINO GOODS o tne rlcbeitand seateet ityiei in in n, u ui wuico am Mlllagat waoaairitT nauuuiu ro sun. FECIAL AnxlTIOI PAH) TO afUJTABT OTflCZBS' OLOTHllfO Having had long experience ta the ent and manufacture or urricMi' Ulotbiko, 1 reel oonnaem sa B" tire eattiraotlon to all mj patron. r. tujem, Merchant Tailor, Oor. High St Town eta., aug8-dly Colombo, 0. CLOAK 81 CLOAKS! Oreat Eeduction in Price! Closing Out Sale of Black Cloth Cloaks at Unusually Low Prices! TEB80NB wanting ityllih and elegant Oloaks at very JL low price, win nod inat w are ouenni ureal in' duoements to purcbuer. XIAXRT c5 SON, No. 83 to 20 aonth Hlcb ' street. FANCY FBENCH FLANNEL NEGLIGEE SHIRTS., 1 f ABB In the beat rtvle and of tuperlor material. 1V1 Gent' Paper and Three Ply Linen Collar, In all enap, Gent' Vurnlablns flood of inperlor quality. Mok Tie, Bcarfi, Block and Cravats, in beat etyle. TtATTM Ct3 SO 1ST, No. 83 to) 80 SoutU Illgb street, Imperial Shirts. ABUPP&T of tbeee celebrated and auperlor fitting Bblits eomlanlly on band. AUo, Boj' Shirt, In all Hie. BAIN BON, No. S3 and SB South High itreet. Hoop Skirts, OV beit quality for Ladle, Uiaiei and Children. Hoop Bklrt for tall Ladle. Hoop Bklrta for Bbort Ladle. Quaker Gore Hoop Biirta. Balmoral Hood Bklrt. etc etc. ThemoatexlenilTeauortmentof inperlor Bklrta In tb city, and at very low prices. uain at sun. No. S3 and S9 Booth Hlgb ttreet. VTUBIAB, Hood, Mitten. Bcarfi, Hair Nets, Quilted XI a Ibbon. Zepbyr Wonted, Balmoral Bklrta. BAIN St BON. No. 23 and S Booth Highatreet. TMIENCH WOVEN Alf It ITIEOHANIO X' 0 Ooreete. BAIN BON. LADIES' AND Bklrt. V1I8SES mEKINO . BAIN A BON. GENTN UUUBLE RINO Cnderihlru. BREASTED Rife- BAIN A BON- THREAD EACE BAHBE9. BAIN A BON, deeSl A. C. HBADLir, WM BIOHAIIDS, V. at. HOLMIS' HEADLEY,' RICHARDS & CO., AT Koa. SCO Sc SS2. South High BtM TN ORDER TO H11T THI WANTS Off THIIR X numoroua eojtomer In tbe way of Holiday flood , bare Jul returned mm tne eastern citie with a cneic and wu eoieotM etoca or I LADIES' MI33E3' AND CHILDRENS' I XJ ' ' ' ' Ladies' Cloth and Plush NEW, RICH AND DESIRABLE DRESS SILKS, Balmoral Skirts, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDRENB' SHAWLS. IIEADLEY, RICHARDS it CO., 220 A BOOTH HI OH BTRBBT. febS Cincinnati Law and Collection Office; M TABLiBjn A . S, 1640. THOMAS POWELL, Attornoy txt Law, AND COLLECTION OFEICE, ' ... MO. 9 HA80MI0 TKMPLK, I OINOINNATI. Remittance In alt'eaaee mad Immediately on the col lection of anv claim. i The following reference are gtTn bypermUelcn of the partlee, with whom Mr. Powell has for many yean Deeaacquamwa. ; NlchoU Longworth, Biq. Samuel N. Pike, Beq. I ' Joaeph C. Butler, Stq. : W; B. Smith Sr. Oo Baker A Von Phul. ! Tnlat Ttavl rlann fk Hn. Bop. W. B. Caldwell, Ix Ohlef Juitloe, State of Ublo. TV iv. rtnrsin. lata "ln. Oorwln A Oo. Olark. Weat A Co.. IX I and 183 Dttan St., N. T, B...ifl.HAmii, At tin.. 17 John St.. H. Wm.H. Powell. Kia.. No. Butaid8t.,N.T decSrOS-lf 353 RUBIA MILLS. 355 S6S and afiS Waeblnajion Btreet, New ira uiy. GOVERNMENT COFFEE Put up la tin foil found papara, 49 In a box, indl fcnlk. Our orleee rang from Bt30onto. wepuiui the following klndsi Java, TrTaranairjOi Ban. Eio. Eio and Superior Coffee. ; Wa haiim onr Coffee to be bUr than any ground Coffee now In ae. All orders addreeeed to ne, or to ; amhI. afeaers. Fbaos ae Tooie, 183 Obanben street, cor. Washington street Mlwa nrnmot attention. Hew York Olty, will The retail trade eupplled by first otaee jobbing houeee In th various eltles. TABE& at PLACE. da90-d3mls PAYING OFF; i Assistant QoAaTisMAina's Orrici.J . CinciMMATi, January ist, IBM. ) MiuiTiM DtgCHAROID.f BOM MT BMPLOT A- oan obtain their pay for DB0KMB1B, by calling at tb olBoo, Mo. 7 Iruit Company Building, comer Third and wain street. . laaSi-Vt ; OaptalasndA. Q, II, AMUDHMDNTO. N AUGHTON HALLt TRIUMPHANT BO0018B Of KINNEY'S Great ComMnatioii Exhibition. ONE WEEK MORE! ; Tuesday Evening;, February 10, 1803, And every Irenlng during the week. Also, Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons, for the accommodation of BOHOOLB and JAUILllB. Fonr.Distinct Exhibitions in One I Mammoth Scriptural Mirror, u. nalljl llnirlnff. InatVU Haamilgnl Ballad Nlnelna, inairw menial mniie. Professor W. S. Hutchings! Who add THIRTY figure In THroo seoonoa i And doe any other mathematical calculation wi h tb seme lightning rapidity. Ityyor particular. ee programme and bllleof the ATHENEUM. JOHN A. ELLILEa nimnogro-. Doors open X before 7; Curtain rlee at 7 o'olook preeleely. . .... .. rrioeioi eammion: umm . ., family Olrole, aSci Colored Gallery. SSo. Box omo open from iu a. . wo r. Last Night of the Engagement. NIW DBILLB I Maw DanOIBI I NBW J0KB8 1 1 I NBW LOCAL HITS till NEW CONUNDRUM! 1 1 1 1 1 Oa Thursday Evening;, Feb. is, 1 803, Will be presented for tbe ninth time In this city, tbe mot uooeuiui muueai ana carcicai aaiw&iiu, produced entirely under the eole direction of rait. J. e. Mcdonough, entitled THE SEVEN SISTERS! AfJD The Birth of the Butterfly in the Bower of rerna. Itira. Pluto. ...nr. J. u. inciromeugn. Dlavollo, Mr. Effle Bllaler; Tarlerlne, Mr. JuPlek on i Plutolla, Ml B lenoha Bradahaw; Buipbarlaa, Miis Mnrian Moore; Arthur Btummer, Mr. J. 0. MoOollua; Pluto, Mr. John Kllilert Bwcet, air. Colin Btuart; Oulle, Sir. Jame Lewi; etc., etc., etc. Been re vour aeata early, aa the piece can only b played for a very limited number of night. BBNIFIT Or MR. J. 1. McDONOCQH, AND FOSITlVgLY TtJH AiAnT N1UUX JW 1U SEVEN BISTERS. Great Moral Entertainment. Boston Museum. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Entrance n Illarb St., Buckeye Black, appoelie ine eicDange nana. OPENS AT 8 A H OLOSAS AT 8 P. M. O. KICE, Prop'r. deoSS-tf LOTS FOR SaLE. S EVEN VERY DESIKABLB LOfI In Wm. A. 0111' last Addition to the city of Oo- lumbu. On of them oa tbe oorner of Hrotdway ana Eut Publlo Lane, and tlx In two Block of tbreo Lots each, fronting North and South on Oak etreet, near the East end, on the most oieraiea greuna in ih ALSO, From 20 to 60 Lots In Wm. A. 0111' Beoond North Addition to the elty of Colombo, on tbe Eait aide ol High atreet, a few rods North of the Depot. Tbeie lot have a rich, b:ack, al luvial soil of BH or 3 feet, underlaid by 30 or more feat of gravel. Located near the B. ft. ahop and other large mauuuccunng esiaoiiiiuneni, u. a, anwu ground, and in tb North part of tbe city, render the present a good opportunity for Mechanic, Laboring Men and other to oeoura, at a email coat, a homiad near their builnei. At no time lnoe the formation of the OoTonunent. baa money been eo abundant, or labor o well remunerated aa the preeent. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUIT. Heal Iitate baa not yet adranoed lnaproportlon to I other property. lor particulars, Inquire of - WM. A. GILL, No. 30 North High Bt., Oolumbu, 0. Jan37-d3m MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NEIL HOUSE, (OPPOBITB THI BTAT1 CAPITOL,) MARCOS CHILD3, Proprietor. rpBIS LABtilS AND ITIAQNIFIOENV I JL KatablUhmentieooeof the moat complete In the Wert, and he ut been aura witn a urge ana wen leated etock of WINTER GOODS, which will b found to ezctl anything eter before offer ed in thie market. In the Otutom Department I em ploy none but the beat Cutter and Workman, andill order will be epeedily filled, and Warranted to Fit and be well Made. MILITARY GENTLEMEN Will Bod at thi Katabllihment all the neoeaaarlee re quired for a complt outfit, and my laclltti andptloel ar inch that I oan defy competition in tbls line. READT MADE CIOTHING AND GENTS' rtiBNISIUNG GOODS, Will be found In gnat Tariety, hoTlng the largeet etock of tnl kind erer brought to tbls olty, all of which I In Tit the publio to call and examine before purehaelng elsewhere. RKMEIIBG HI Uy Store U oppoalt the Oapltol, in the New Nell Houe DUUdlng. ana I one w uie aa,n puira nuvuia w hi country A ylilt to it will repay any on for the trouble. declO-dOm AtARCCS 0HILD8. wiLKHsrsoisr-s, No. 110 West Fourth Street, BETWEEN VINE Sc RACK. MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MEN ARB BJB8PE0TICI.lt ADVISED THAT UT House I now fully ayatematlied, and ready for the entertainment of the builnee community. THE EATING COUNTER, One tb Bnt Boor, will b under my personal supervis ion, and will be kept well eupplled, Oentiemen having but a few minute to spare from builneae, will And ready oooked, . Oysters in every Style, Game, Meats, etc. 'rem 10 o'olook A. U. until 11 P.M.I solicit a Snaro Ol puaineM iawuaga a WM. WILKINSON. See. 81, Hn-tf. Tapscott's Emigration and Ex- VUetUgO VAUtyt?, Ne. 80 tiantb etreet. New er. T-ota LETTERS OF CREDIT AND J DBAPTB on and PA8SA0I to and from ana LARD, IBBLAHD and BOOTLAND, apply to ' XArBWTX aauioaaB m vv. , UuXrVm He W 8tti itrnt, Hew Tort.