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KJ1L1VJ UXAlEiOlUAll. ' ' - COLUSUJUS, OHIO, JANUARY Id, 1804. . ' . : : : RAILROAD TIME TABLE. 8rmwlng the arrival and departure of trains at Cn lnmhus, Ohio. On and after November 18th. 1863. mini evil I "..! 1 .. . . m hub n tat a uu cmj iu.aU TTB I ) Little niamlcV Columbus AXtmla n.R. l i ,.n , , . .UJtAVK. ARRIYE. Cinelnnatt, Dayton, Richmond . . and Indianapolis Night Ex- press....... 135A.M. S,15A.M. Cincinnati Aeoemmodation... 6:30 A. M. :2P. M. Cincinnati, Dayton, Riohinond and Indianapolis Day Ex- , ' press 1M P.M. 10:10A.M. Hail and Aoooniinodation tM P. M. 3M P. M. T. LOUUU. Agent. . Cleveland, Colambua Cln'tl It. H. I UbtExpress I:MA.M. IKK A.". w Vni-U t.nrni,. .... ..'.. .limit) A. M." 1:20 I' M ail and Express7--'. ' . JL' Vv. P'M- ., . Central Ohio Railroad. -" V.n. 4:00 A. M. 1:05 P. M. No! 4 Express, to Newark ouly.lO:lo A. M. So. 6 Express i';rM., 1J0 A.M. Plttaaarf, Colombus At Cln'tl R. It. Mail Train :0OA. M. 1:00 A. M Express Train . ....103OA, M. 1:05 P. M Aeeoniinodation 8:001'. M A JOSKl'II ftOBINSON, Agent. . Columbae 4c Indianapolia It.,K. Line. (COLUMBUS, flQUA A INMANA RAILROAD.). ndianapolis Express .... ....135A.M. 1:46 P.M. Indianapolis Express lstttl. M Eioua Express- :10?-?I . 3:44 A. M , 10:00 A. 11 O. A. HILL. Agent. STATE AND LOCAL. Sale of County Infirmary Farm. Those desiring to purchase this desirable property will recollect that the sale will take place this morning at eleven o'clock at the County Auditor's office. On Thursday evening, a man In Cincin nati, in eating a hot potato, strangled and suffocated, so that ho died before relief could be afforded him. Five hundred rebel prisoners left Camp Chase on Thursday for Rock Island, under charge of Lieut. Col. Webber, of the 88th Ohio. Religious NoTicK.The Rev. J. E. Orammer, of Trinity. Church, will preach In the City Hall to-morrow . afternoon. Services will commence at half-past tiiree o'clock. General Heintzleman, says a Washing ton dispatch of Thursday, will promptly enter upon the duties of his new command at his headquarters In this city, ' v . The Peaches. The Cincinnati Gazette reports that the peaches are probably pretty generally killed. It states that one grower near Loveland says ho shall not have either a peach of 'any of the first cherries. ' In another place the peaches are all killed, and the trees themselves badly damage 1. X. Mrs, Dickson We were gratified to learn last night from Mr. Dickson, Stage Manager at the Atheneum, that he had Just received a letter from Mrs. Dickson, stating that slie Is convalescent and so rapidly Im proving in health that she maybe expected soon to appear on the stage at the Ath- eneum. Elmer's Atheneum. There was a good house at Miss Daly's benefit last night. In . the "Child of the Regiment" her . singing was as admirable as her playing, and both won the meed of applause. Mr. Stuart acted the lover and the raw recruit with his usual skill In whatever part he undertakes. Mr. Ellsler, whose talents as an actor are versa tile, made au excellent Sergeant. Mrs. Bradshaw and Miss Cutler bore their tern-, poray elevation as titled ladles with becom ing dignity. Mr. Ward, as, the. principal character In the farce, created a fund of amusement To-nlght two delightful pieces will be produced at the Atheneum. In the popular drama of "Ireland as It Was," Miss Daly will appear as Judy O'Trot; Mr. Ward as Ragged Pat; Mr. McColloin as Dan O'Caro lan, and Mr. Stuart as Nell O'Carolan. Here is an excellent combination, and this great Irish' play" will have a good represen tation. ' 1 In the neat burletta of "In and Out of Place," Miss ,Daly will bo the Proteus of the play and appear In seven different char acters. For variety and novelty the enter ' talniucnt tb-nlght will be a rare one. . The 73d Ohio. The 73d O. V. I, number ing about 230 men, Including new recruits, arrived at Cincinnati on Wednesday. Nearly all of the original regiment who ,wcre physiclally able have re-enlisted. ,It was onraulzed -Dec.' 30th, 1861; made its first campaign In Western Virginia, under Gen Lander; was with the Army of the Potomac at Cedar Mountain, Bull Run No. 2, Freder icksburg, Chancellorsvllle and Gettysburg, With tho Eleventh Corps It was transferred to tb8 Army of the Cumberland, and, with the 33d Massachusetts, made the splendid charge up Raccoon Ridge, and captured it against 6,000 rebels. In the battle of Chat tanooga this regiment charged on the left with 150 men, to open communication with Gen. Sherman, taking 30 prisoners. Four hundred of their number have been, killed r'wounded; ...; .' The regiment left Cincinnati yesterday morning for Chlllicothe "where, a public re ception was to be tendered the gallant boys, The officers are Col. Orlan Smith, Lieut Col. Blchard Long of Chlllicothe, and Sur geoa Hlnes. They belong chiefly in Ross and Highland countlcsr They certainly have 'seen some service,'', and their charge Raccoon Ridge lias been extolled as one ol the mosf gallant feats of the war. ' ,. . " Cam. Williams will exhibit at Naugh ton Halt his great panorama eight thousand feet of canvass. The painting is splendid, giving views of cities, and whales in vari ous attitudes, thanking boat and crew, up. setting the crew, throwing the boat and all hands in the air, and in the act ot dying, spurtpg'' blood, jmd "various other situa tions too numerous to mention; the whole ac companied byCapt. Williams with his real whale boat and .crew, and a soul-stirring lecture, which, is .very . interesting and agreeable.' 'The clergy, as Well as all o thers, U.M a great? interest la it We" can say ' there is oidy onexpresslonlt is the best thing we ever iaw, and one must' go again and sgalu. . ' - Jw-d4t N moro PMn,y eWhlrcii, decayed teeth, or yellow bread, If you will w. Ilerrlck Allen's Gold Medal Saleratus. There Is Mot,,," equal to It. It In far superior to soda to use -w ith cream tartar. Bread or iiiSCllit raised liv If. 1-4 innrn M,ult.. ,lt,.....,l j thau by any other. Try one paper, and you 'will not fail to ime It ever after. Have the Gold Medal or none. Grocer ami Yin nr. I gluts keep It. Strayed. A small dog, about five months old, brown and white spotted, with ears en tirely brown. The owners name can bo seen on tho collar. Any person returning said dog or giving information of his where abouts at the Westbote office, will be suit ably rewarded. Janl0-2td Auction Salb of Jewelry. This Is the last evening of my Jewelry sale. Those who want bargains should not fail to at tend, at No' 160 South High street tc nlght GEORGE SEMEN. C. W. Kent, Jr., Salesman. A Beautiful Complexion, free from Tan,' Pimples and Freckles, may easily be pro cured by using the "Balm of Thousand Flowers." For shaving it Is unsurpassed. It Is composed of palm oil, honey and other valuable articles, highly perfumed by Its own ingredients, and when used for wash ing, night and morning, renders the skin soft atid white, and free from blemish Price 60 cents. For sale by N. B. Marulc and all druggists. 8cpt24-'63-d&wlyeow SPECIAL NOTICES. At this aeaaon of the year Couirha, CoUt,lloari0nta, und otAtr nftetioiu ofth Thntat ami Luna prtn. MADAME ZADOC POR TKK'S (JLUATIVE HALS AM u acertain and im mediate cure. No family should be without a bottle in the house It in only 25 cents, and will be found worth ai many dollar Tor the cure of the aboro oom DlaiuU. It in for aale bv all Druirirlatri. at 25 am) no cent pnrbottln. JanU-JAwlw Lyon's Kathairon. Kathairon ia from the (J reek word "Katliro," or Kathairo," signifying to oleanae, rejuvenate and restore. This article ia what its name signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying the human hair it is the most remarkable preparation in the world. It is again owned and Put up by the original proprietor, and ia now made with the name care. akill and attention, which gave it a sale of over one million bottles per ennuui. It ia a moat delightful Hair Dressing. It eradicates scurf and dandruff. It keepa the head cool and oloan. It makes the hair rich, soft and gloaay. It prevent tho hair from falling off and turning It restores hair upon bald heads. Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful head of hair ahoutd use Lyon's Kathairon. It ia known and used throughout the oirilised world. Sold by all respectable dealers. DE.T1AS S. BARNES ic CO., Proprietors, ' NEW YORK. julylt-dAwSineod Wynkoop's Iceland Pectoral, Diseases of the Throat, Chest and Pulmonary or gans are ever prevalent, inaidious and dangerous. The properties of a medicine to alleviate, cure end uproot these complaints, must be Expectorant, Ano dyne and Invigorating, loosening the mucus of th throat, and imparting tone to the entire system. No discovery in medical science ever mastered this elans of diseases like Dr. Wynkoop's Iceland Pectoral. It ia used with the moat astonishing results in all cases of Bronchitis, Iufluenia, Whooping Cough, Dipthe- na or Putrid Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, Coughs, Colds, Nervous Irritability, etc. The Rev. J. J. Potter certifies, "that I have used Dr. Wynkoop's Pectoral for several years, myself and in my family, for severe Pulmonary Complaints and have recommended it to several others, and hare never seen its equal," . liev. J, J. Pottkr, Brooklyn, N. T. Hundreds and thousands of important testimonials eould be produced, showing its remarkable cores and tht U rue tr fail , It ia eompoaedof pure Iceland Mosa, Balm of Gilead, Peruvian Balaam, Elecampane, Confrey, Burdock and other invaluable expectorant and tonio ingredi ents. It ia harmless, prompt and lasting. Invalid and sufferers cannot afford to negleet a trial' Every family should have it. - It is remarkable for Croup. Full descriptions, recommendations and directions accompany each bottle. Sold by all prinoipal druggists. Prepared by Dr. R. D. Wynkoop.and sold by D. S. Barnes A Co., New York. ... JulyU-dAwSin AMUSEMENTS. Ellslcr's Atheneum. JOHN ELLSLEH, J AS. DICKSON, Ivfanasjer. Stage manager. Sixth night of the Grand Combination MISS JULIA D ALT. ,- t AND : i Mil. JAMES M. WARD Two .Great Pieces! Ward in Two Character I Miss Julia Daly in Seven Differ ent Characters 11 On Saturday Evening, Jan.-18, 1864, The performance will eommeno with the favorite , Irish Drama in three act, entitleu ! Ireland as it Was. 'Judy O'Trot, Miss Julia Daly; Bagged Pat, Mr. JamfM Ward: Dan O'Carolan. Mr. J. O. MoCoUom: eil O Uarolan. Mr. V. Stewart. Overture By Orehee tra. To conclude with the Protean Barlotta, written by K. U. Johnson. isq., eunuea IN AND OUT OF PLACE. Ia which Mis Julia Daly will sustain seven differ eat characters, ilr. i. M. w ara aa uioa. ,1-r t n.V3fECT10if ..-t' i i il THE i DQoTon r.iuGEur.i. Performance goir g on Sight and Day l uomBo. n aignoireet, oucHeyeoiocB. S.pC-tf VERY LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. REPORTED EXPRESSLY for the STATESMAN. Last Night's Dispatches. XXXVIIIth CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. FIRST SESSION. [CONCLUSION OF THURSDAY'S PROCEEDINGS.] Sknatk. Various amendments and niodl- Jlcations were made to the amendment of Jlr. Vilson exempting clergymen and per sons who were conscientiously opposed to hearing arms, and allowing tliem when drafted to serve In hospitals or have com mutation. , A long debate ensued on this clause. Mr. Conuess was ODnoscd to the nmpml. meut, tliough he had many constituents of tins class, llie exemptions under this clause would be more numerous than Sena tors took occasion to think. -The Unitarians might claim exemption because the Im mortal C'hannlng had written the pro fmtudest ever written illustrating the hor rors of war. His regard for the Quakers was equal to that of any other Senator, but in tliis war ho would take issue jvlth Sena tors on the question ot exempting them, if fiey refuse to pay the commutation money. It ,is a Quaker war. They have claimed that slavery was tho curse of the earth, a barbarous Institution in the world, and this aggression against the institution has been object of their fostering care and direction for two hundred years. Mr. bauisonry asked lr ne understood the Senator to say that this is a war for the ab olition of shivery. - Mr. Conuess knew the Senator from Del aware would be brousrht into this debate. lie would find out what his opinions were at another and moro appropriate time, on tho subject; but as the Senator was pro slavery he desired him to understand that nib was anti-slavery. He asserted that this was a quakers' war u war of moral forces against tho institu tion of slavery. He was opposed to this exemption for conscieutous sake. He be lieved the safest and truest way to heaven was to strike a rebel wherever you can reach Mm. (Applause.) The amendments exemnthiff elcrsrvmen nd noucoiirbatants were passed. The Senate considered and passed several minor amendments to the bill. Adjourned 2 P. M. Vahhincitok, Jan. 15. Senate. Mr. Comicss introduced a bill ameudatory of the homestead law and for Other purposes. Referred. ' Mr. Kamsay introduced abillauthorizinsr Minnesota and Wisconsin to extend their common boundary, &c. Referred. Mr. Uonness presented a resolution of In quiry as to the failure of the overland mail to California for the last two months. Mr. Henderson presented the House bill providing for a deficiency in thb appropria tion to pay tho otilcers aud men in the de partment ol Missouri. i ne enrollment Dili was taken up. Mr. Wilson offered an amendment srivinsr drafted men a bounty of $100, placing them ru a footing with volunteers, and reducing the time of their service to two years. The nmcndmcnt was opposed by Messrs. Con iiess and Clark. On motion of Mr. Henderson all prior orders were suspended and the House bill providing for tho deficiency appropriation lor paying the oflicersand men in the west ern department ol Missouri, was eonsiuer- eu ami alter amendment was passed. Mr. Lane of Kansas, offered a resolution calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury for the names of special agent and assist ants now in the employment of the Treas ury. Department, tlie btates irom which they were appointed, their operations and nay ami emoluments, wnicn was agreed to. The Senate in committee of the Whole. proceeded to the consideration of enroll ment bill. Mr. Doolittlo proposed an amendment prohibiting men from serving as substi tutes, excent in rea-iments from the State where they first enlisted. Adopted. The amendment ot the committee as amended was then reported to the Senate. Mr. (JiarK asked leave to withdraw his amendment allowing volunteers to furnish substitutes, passed yesterday in committee oi tne wnoio. Mr. Nesmlth moved the Senate rescind its action of yesterday in retaining the $300 commutation clause. - He thought while the country was looking to the Senate for a leasioie measure to secure soldiers to crush the rebellion, the Senate was amusing the country with schemes of how to do the work, it was time to look the matter doiu ly in the face. The war had been a chapter vt accidents, ne might say a comedy ot er rors. The amendment was rejected. Mr. Sumner renewed his amendment re- auirlnsr a tax on incomes. Refected. Mr. iooituie moved to amend ny making persons who have resided in the United States one year and shall have voted at any election, liable to draft. Adopted. Mr. Sherman renewed his amendment to substitute $500 instead of 9300 as the maxi mum for commutation. Mr. Lane of Indiana, would without cits- courtsey to the Senate, move to amend the title of the hill as it now stands, hy calling It a Dill to raise a tax Dy lottery irom cer tain able-bodied men, who are unwilling to enter the service. Laughter. tie would vote against this expensive, impracticable, cumbersome bill. He wanted a conscription bill that was not such a bill, but a. bill of revenue. Mr. Harris moved to amend Mr. Sher man's amendment by inserting four instead ot nve hundred uonars as tne price oi com mutation. . Carried 22 to 19. On motion of .Mr. Johnson the Senate ad journed till to-morrow. . ; House. Mr. Lovcjoy, from the committee on the District of Columbia, stated that ample provisions had been made to guard against the spread of small pox, anusub mittted a resolution recommending that the corporation authorities make provision for vaccinating citizens at their nomes. -i Mr. Ally, from the Postofflee committee. reported a bill allowing small packages of clothing to De sent through tne mail at me rate ol .78 cents lor two pounds. 1 i The House proceeded to the considera tion of the Dacotah contested election case. Bills were passed appropriating $ 17,000 to indemnify the owner ot the British schooner Ellen lor illegal seizure ana lor tne ap pointment of an Assistant Secretary of War, This contjnues Mr. Watson in office, his time having expired. , I The House at 3 P. M. adjourned till Mon day. St. Louis, Jan. 15-Brlg.-Gen. McNeil commanding tho district of the frontier, arrived to-nlght from Fort Smith, under orders from department headquarters, to act as a witness in the case of Wm. R. Strackan, late Provost Marshall of North east Missouri. The General reports the rebels in Arkansas as suffering severely Irom cold weather, which extended through out the South. Klrby Smith, commanding tne lrans-jnississippi Department, is order ed jNorth as are the Kansians and Missouri gins refuse to go further South. Deserters; iri large numbers are coming into our lines. acknowledging the rebel cause., hopeless jy I Hew York, Jan. 15. A verdict of $55,000 damages "against the city was rendered in the Common Pleas court to-day to a party ior ine loss oi property in tne juiy riots. Washington Items. Washington, Jan. 15. Hon. John Kerr. nominated byth. Pres denttotiiftMi.ii.in. fi,Hr.M-...tir.. . .. .. . J lVMlllHIUWII Of Deputy Solicitor Of the IT. 8. f-mirr. nl Claims, in place of ltlchord Bates, re signed. Col. Kanstorfl, the Danish Minister, re turned to tli eitv vesterdav. anil tiwlnv had a formal interview with the PresideuLiu i ... .1.. . ..... " wiuen L-AjjieHsions oi me kindest ieeung on tho pait of both governmants were inter changed. This gentleman has been absenl on a special mission to China, where he negotiated a treaty for his government. Mr. Frank of New York, to-day, gave no tice of a bill to provide a new classification of pensions according to the extent and nature of disability. Athough it has beci decided that the amnesty of the President does not extend to prisoners of war as t class, nevertheless he Is prepared to giv such individuals among thcin its benefits when examination Into their individun cases, demonstrates the propriety of tht act on Ills part. The Chesapeake Case. St. JOHXS. N". Ii.. Jan. 15. Tim pvamlna. tion in the Chesapeake case has been ad- ' . . . .. 4 ' list. 1 he counsel : lor the prisoners were not prepared to pro- 1 . - 1 . .1... 1 J. l 1 ceeu iu-iuy in me nuKeuve vi some uoeu- i luents, ror winch ne had applied to the Uov ernor of the Province, who required time J to consult Ids legal advisers. . New Yoiik. Jan. 15. A special to the Post from Washington lfith, says: The Baltimore American announces that one thousand boxes and barrels have been sent to our prisoners at Richmond. Henceforth, auything sent to the American ofllee will be forwarded to the rebel capital. Our pris oners are not now suffering for'want of clothing. ' . Two delegations were before the commit tee on Ways and Means this morning, urg ing that a tax be laid on crude oil instead of refined. . The committee on Reconstruction in the rebel States will very soon report a bill. Cairo. Jan . 45 One h u ndred and seven ty nlno bales of low middling cotton was solu at auction here to-day by the U. S. Mar shal for (J")1 amounting to $50,000 prize money ior tne navy. ino ioiirtcenth iVisconsin Regiment. etiran, arrived tills evening, en route for MaiUson, Wis. Memphis papers contain unconfirmed re ports that four hundred rebels recently cap tured a passenger train lctween Dubai's Bluff and Little Rock, aud injured the road to such an extent as to cause the destruc tion of the next train, aud the loss of the lives of many passengers. New York, Jan. 15. A special to the Evening Port from Washington. Jan. 15th, says : The House will Insist that the price of commutation under tho enrollment act shall not be over $300. Fernando Wood was before the House committee on Public Expenditures this morning, to make a statement respecting the New York Custom House. The inves tigation will commence on Thursday, next. Cahio, Jan. 15. The steamer I fell man, from Eem phis 13th has arrived with ninety hales of cotton. Gen. Sherman had arrived at Memphis, and the authorities tendered him the hos pitalities of the city. I lie liuuetin says in consequence oi tne stringency of the money market and the bad state ol navigation, then is Dtit little activity in the cotton. Market sale on the I2tu were three nundred. io receipts iroin below. , Price unchanged. Mosby Cheek, Jan. 13. Part of Col. Mc- Cook's cavalry attacked the 8th and 11th Texas yesterday, irhd killed fourteen and took forty-one prisoners. Philadelphia, Jan. 15. Sales of 5-20's to-day amounted to $2,500,000. Probate Notice. Settlement of Accounts. THE rOLLOWIJIC ACCOUNTS HAVE been filed in the Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, and will be heard and examined for settlomcnl on Monday, tne 1st day ot J-ebruary, A. 17 m isot u wit: The first account of John Ooarv. adm'r of Jacob Bowser, doe'd; the first account of Lewis Shiery, adm'r of Kliialieth Seymour, dee'd; the first account of Ohaunoev lieach. adm'r of James (i. U'Harr&. doe'ri; tho first account of Benjamin Segncr, adm'r of Elita Uttmmell,deo'd; the first acconntsf Wcsle.i Preston, guardian of hamuel r. Haughn; the first t ,.r m ;i Tl.,(r r.i. a tj ..cr IKVUUIIh Ul ..1111A.H 11,111,11.11, .U..H1 t.ft VJ1 . Ml I .1 11 11 man; the first acoountof Ellen Thompson, adm'x of Alex, lhoinpson, dec d; tne first account ot Jonn M. Puirh. a.lm'r of Edward E. Baines. doe'd: the fint account of John T. Ward, adm'r of Kesiah Hop kins, deo'd; the second acoounta of George Schati nian, guardian of tho minor hoirsof Juliana Schats man: the second acci.unt of Solomon Woodringi adm rof Daniel Mclntire, dee'd; the second accounts of William Walker, guardian of Benjamin F. Wig nal and Mary E. Wirnal: the second acoountof Hen ry Kiuenour, adm rot Alary wengorr, dec d; the sec- ondaccouut of Henry Kidenour, adm r of Henry i i , ... 1 1. . i 1- . i , Acuey, oi-c u; 1110 bccuuu buuuudi ui niosre xeers, adm'r of Dennis Pvel, doe'd; the second aooount of William T. Martin, executor of the will of Jacob Hare, dee'd: the second accounts of Jacob Bevelhy- j i , it . i. . mer, guaraian oi d nines ueveinymer, iimoa nevei hvmer. Jacob Bevelbvmcr and William Bcvelhrmer: theseoond account of David Smiley, Jr., adm'rof navio ninney, dec a: tne nnai account ot .laooD ,.f .(.. :ii e L' i li dee'd; the final account of Jacob Lauer, adm'r of Werner lleydc, dec d; tho final account of Sarah J. UmA ..,,,1.;. .f tl.n will ftf fi..A. Ar'A. the final account of Christopher Strader, gnardian of Daniel ntraden the final account of Josse-Bangh-luan, adm'r of Barbara ClotK.dnc'd; the final account of John S. Brackcnridge, adm'r oi William Brack- enndge, dec d: tnennai account ot jonn jtl.ri.ncrner, nt 11,. will i.f lnkn k'n.. AA. k. final account of John T. Britton, guardian oV A ior uiuin, dec a; tne second account oi Samuel iveii, executor of the will of Elizabeth Schuokhart, dee'd: and the first accounts of Horace Wilson, guardian ol lionry E. Howell, John Howell and Albert Howell. aa. u. ALiitiit i , Probate Judge. Columbus, O., Jan. 7, lS64-jan8-dlttwaw Sale of Seal Estate by order of Court. IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF the Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, I will sell to the hittfest bidder, on the nremiaea. on baturuay, tne dutn titty ot January, A. I) 1864, at 11 o'clock forenoon, in the town of Grovepnrt, the following real estate aa tne property oi rt imam n hite, deceased, to wit: In-Lot No, 7, as designated on the plat of Rareys- Sort (now Groveport), in said county, free from ower. Appraised at 0156 00. Tehmh or Sale One-third (Koash in band, one-. third in six months. -and one-third in one year from dityof sale; deferred payments to boar interest and to be scoured by mortgage on the premises sold. WM. W. IVIIjU, Adm'r with the will annexed of Wm. White, deceased. By Binoh am A McGrFFET, Att'ys. deo30-ltdAw4w Tobacco! AM AUTHORIZED BIT JOHN S. HALL to inspect and purchase Leaf Tobaeoe foi him. I oan be found at tho farm of Samuel Galloway on the Johnstown road, or at the office of Hall, Id' a uompany, near tne renitemiary. , decv-au . Ju iv.ncri. John Smith's Estate. the nndersis-ned has this dav been dulv atmoint-1 -J 3 i H j v- .1 U I 1 - .1 -i v 1.1 : ou anu quBiiuou ut ,11. iniuiw vuuri ui freuaiiD connty, Ohio, administrator of the estate of John smitn, late oi Aiadisoa wwnsnip, in sua oounty, ae eeased. Dated Dee. 14, 1863. " mv JOHN HILPMA1C deo-dltAwSw7 ' '. Notice. TUT! NINETEENTH DAT OF DE. t CKMIiKRVln the veer 1863. the Probate Ccnrt 2f Franklin county, Chios, declared the estate of ames llrvUi.ii-k Smith, deceased, to be probablvin' Solvent Creditors are thereUra.rcquiriHt to present theirelaims against the estate to the undersigned for allowance within six months from the time above mentioned, or wey wiU not ne entitled to pavment. Columbai. Ds. U 18JeWltAwiV!ito, Notice. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Notice. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market--Jan. 15. !""'"R with holder refusing to sell at inside quota ...i.t..i. tiOnM. COTTOX-Firmorand more doinr sales at 8Jo for middling uplands. FliOUK A shade firmer and a bettor demrnd. Sales at CO OOaf on for extra state, chietiv 00 906 to; 7 4T.a7 .' for extra round boon Ohio; 7 Ua7 36 for rnferior and (7 TGaS 60 for trade brands: the market tiona. v iflSKY Heavy, with sales, part laat evening, at 91aB4n fiH Rt.tM Anil wfMtarn- WHKAT The market for wheat is better, but there is le'S d, Insr. owing to the biirh or'oes asked. Sales at 1 48al & for Chicago spring, inside price in store and the latter for choice delivered; VI aiai 39 for Milwaukee club: 1 48 for suiuttv do: ! S7al M for winter red western, inside pric. for iul'erior; $160 ai 04 oiu no. CORN The market ia heavy and a ahada svasir, with pales at $1 2fal SO for shipping mixed western, chiellv I 'ii in store. OATS In fair demand and a ahade firmer, with ales at B3i0o fur western; "ales of very choic are reported at 04c. WOOh-Kirm with fair demand. SUGAR Quiet and uuchanged. . MOI-ASSirS-Unohanged. 1. 1 iwur.ijji s-irpi at aiaiijn-ror im. for refined .in, luihlsj 51ia53c refined Utv, -sales of i.w ornn oi,crutii,a(oJC.-- ..-'i.''r 1'ORK A shade easier with a fair demand; salts 810 36al 60 old do: St-'O new do; IIS 2ial6 60 for old f ",d v"mr' " for "-w pnmsam; hrla now ttiiif fur Ma.tr anrl Jtirna at. m'ri 4.V. also looo IiKKK Finn at 8n7c for mesai teorforprii prime; 10al4 for ra-kfd mess; isaiso for extra mesa. l-l'T UL'ITU U 1 ... CUT MEATS Scarce and. with sales at Ta7'."o for shoulders. HAMS Sales at WkalJo. BACON SIDES Less active; sales at 10','alOXc for western and Cumberland cut; 10?; all for do short ribbed. HOUS Dressed; a shade firmer; sales at 9aS,'o for Wesiern. ' LAKD The market is lcaa active and scarcely so firm. Cincinnati Market—Jan. 14. FLOUR There was rather more doing to-day without chanee in pricei. Snperflne, (5 75ai 80: ex tra. (5 AOaS 00; and trade and fancy brands. 04 00a 1 50. The sales were: 00 brls extra at 2i; ISO do at $5 SO; 100 do siin-ffine at r S3- 100 do at ti 73; V.t do at 5 80: and 1 u do extra at 95 to. WHISKY Th) market wax quite dull to-day, but Holders mice-cede I hi selling km oris at sw. HOG Not eno iith on the market toestablish prices 1 be receipts wen but 600 head. PRO VISIONS There wasalarge amount of ooiin try and bulk moats on the market, and it met with a good demand, but there was not much done in mesa pork or lai d, and Die latter was ci'iite dull, and offer ed rather prussingly at 13c, buyers holding bak. City mess pork sold at t'20 GO, and in one cae at til. It is generally held at the latter rate, but there wa-i not much demand at li0 M. The stringency in the money market checks business greatly. The sales were, of green meats, 1,400 hams at 10c; of Hess pork lOobrls city at 1 00, and T."0 do at C-.'O Ml; old mess was ottered at $IU ii and 17 00; of bulk meats 100,000 Its short rib mi Idles at O.'.o; la.'i.ooO shoulders, roun trr, at 7e; loo.uoo do Cumberland middles,, loose, at 8'jic; 100,000 do clear short do at loc; 100,0OOks clear rib sites at 9H", W.OOOfcs rib sides, averaging 401bs, at Oc; OO.OOOIks shoulders at 17 00. packed; e.xoo pieces at 7c for shoulders and 8c for side; and 100,400 fiocosdo, averHging 30 lbs, at c; of lard, 50 tcs gut at 1 Vc: prime was ofl'orad finely at 13c. WHEAT Prime to choice red is held firmly at 1 Mul 33, the whole range of the market being 01 30 al 36. The demand was but moderate, though rath er better than yesterday. Still, buyers did not seem willing to pay our quotations. The sales were 250 bush ambei red at l 37; 3SOdo priuiloat $1 3S; 300 do at! 31; and 600 do choice doatl 33. OATS The market is dull, and prices 'ic lower. We quote tlioinin bnlk nt83aS4c,and including sacks at 93at4c. A sale ot' 8,500 bush in bulk at 84c. CORN The market isdull aud unsettled. Distil lers are not buying. The best offer made for new at tho lower road was 1 00. Old Ib held at 1 15. The sales were : ilooo hush new ear at the upper depot at 81 of,; 400 do at (1 00; and 350 do at 41 oo. RYK Tho market remains unchanged. Prime samples are held at 1 40 per bush. BAULK Y The market is dull, and spring has de clined to 01 45al 50 for prime to choice, and the same grades of fall to 01 55al 60, There were no sales made public. HAY There is a fair demand, and the market ia steady at Off 00a2s 00 per ton for prime Timothy on arrival and 00a30 (to from store. IICTTEH The demand for Drime roll is good, and fully equal to the supply. We quote prime to choice Western Reserve at 37a2Sc, and Central Ohio at USo to 27c; fair to good, 20c to S4c; common 13o to 10c. ifjt-L-cp Tk.,n..i.(i.nn;.t .nklmt. i;..,ul VJ111.U1.J1. . ii i i,'i.i "'t i' i(i,ii-i, n ,w, mi. iliuii.u demand. We quote "W estcra Reserve and Hanlr burg at 13c tol3i0. EGGS The market is dull, with a light jobbing demand. We quote prime fresh, shippers' count, at !4c to 25; limed nominal at INc to 20c. GROCERIES There has been noessential change in the market. The jobbing demand continues fair. We quote coffer at 34a to 30c- sugar 13;3c to 13;,o for raw, and 18o tol8.' ie for hard refined; molasses, 67e to 70u for last year's orop New Orleans. SEED Sales of 6sbrls clover at 07 90 per bnsh. BARK Tho market ia steady, with a good demand at is l18i5 nor cord. COOPERAGE There is a fair demand, with but light receipts. .. BEANS The market ia quiet, and prices un changed, at 02 40n2 60per bush. CRANHERRIE S The market remains unchanged at 814 00al5 00 per barrel. ONIONS The receipts are light and the market remains unchanged at 04 OOat 13 from store. FEATHERS The market is unchanged at 55o for prime live gceae. GINSENG A good demand at 01 OOal OS on ar rival. BEESWAX The market is firm, at i2a43o on ar rival. Gasette. ' Cleveland Market—Jan. 14. FLOUR Sales 100 brls extra at 05 15; 80 brls red double extra at 06 00; 60 brls choice do at OS 40j loo brls Indiana white do at 07 Wi and M brls Akron do at 07 Sl. WHEAT Market firm. Sales 1 ear red on track at 01 30; 1 car ordinary white at 01 43, and 1 car of white at 01 47. COKN-Quiet at 01 06 for new shelled, and 01 15 for old from store. O A TS Sales 1 ear Tlo on track. RYE Firm at 01 20. HIGHWINES-Higher. Sales 100 brls at ft. SEEDS Sales 150 bush timothy at 03 25: clover is firm at 07 00. DRIED APPLES-Salea 300 bnsh at 8,'ic and 1000 bush at So with pay for packages. PEAS Sales 200 bush at 01 00. ' EGGS Salea at 20, 21 and 23o, according to condi tion. The outaide fiirure for lots in shirniint onler. PORK Sales 21 brla country mesa uninspected at 18 BO. GREEN APPLES-Sales at 03 00 per brl. HOGS Unchanged and firm at 06 25a7 50. BUTTER Firm at 22a25o for good to choice West ern Reserve. v LARD Firm at 13o for city rendered in barrels, and 13We in krffs. POULTRY Sales of chickens at a7c, and tnrkies at inc. OILS Carbon Is nuiet at 5!Ma55s. ' SMOKED MEATS Citr brands of anirar cured hams sell at lljao and shoulders at 8c, and dried beef at iiio. (Leader. Cleveland Market—Jan. 14. New York Money Market--Jan. 15. Money is very active at 7 per cent on call. KterlingExonange decidedly firmer at 169. - Gold firm, opening at 55, advancing to 66', and elwing nrm at ooaoa. Government stocks firm, U. 8. O's '81 coupons -oo a ireasury notes iw. Cleveland Market—Jan. 14. New York Money Market--Jan. 15. New York Stock Market--Jan. 15. Stock strong with a rcrv fair dco-.d. Chicago A Rock Island 143; Milwaukee k Prairie Dn Chien 60; Cleveland A Toledo 139; Galena A Chicago 1W; Cleveland A l'ittsburi 110: Illinois Central serio 123: Hudson 137; Harlom 92),: Reading 116; Michigan Central 132,V, Michigan Southern 87','; New York City 100; Tenneesee s 57; Missouri 68),'; I'. S. B's 1 .year certificates VI New 1 ork Central 133: r.ne in-do preierrea lis; Alton & xerre uaute so: Illinois ventral rwuda jui. .. i , ' JOHN KEBXiKB BXNBT O. WHITMAN. K. T, PORCI KKBLKIt,' Wlirr.TL!u Ac FRC1?, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS IT LAW, OFFICE NO. 11 MASONIC BUILDING .X , Cincinnati, Ohio. . ',- arPractioe in the State Courts, and also tn the United States DistrioUCirouitand Supreme Courta, aeci! B-i-tiy MRS. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, j .' AND DEALER IN t MILLimi & FANCY GOODS, ! Ho: 68 East Town Street, I - Oolumlbuti, 0 ooOO'es-diy .. . .. . - Aiken'. t. WirJtaV ' pbte. 7. eiglit 45 pounds... fr,, f ,u oU oW to vi 60K Bona ior. eirouiar and sawiica. . onud .iWP', i "stXMOT Sc. 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Bry v'n Pulmonic Wafers Are a Blessing to all classes and Constitutions. , Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers' (Are adapted for Yocatlsta and Public Speakers. . Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers ' Are in a simple form and pleasant to the taste. . Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers , Not only relieve but effect lastingCures. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers Are warranted to give satisfaction to every one. ' ' No family should be without a box of ' .Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers in the house. 'No traveler should be without a supply of ' ' , Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers ' in his pocket. ; " t ' - i No person will ever objeet to give for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer ; '!" 1 Twenty-live Cents. 'JOB MOSES.Sole Proprietor,! Cortlandt Street, NewYorkV ' - i ' . . 8. E. SAMUEL, G. ROBERTS. . ' .. -' . Agent. Columbus, Ohio. jnly-dAw ? . . . . t ' . ' t Attachment Notice. The Columbus Woolen Minufac. Court of Common . tunng company, riantm. . I rnas of franklin . vs. ' ( County in the ' J.R. Bare, Defendant, j State of Ohio. " THE DEFENDANT J. B. HARE, Or the State of Iowa, will take notice that the Co- .UI.IWUB .. w.vu w.n.iu M,,HI III. VINIHJ, III. D of Colnmbua, in the State of Ohio, did, on the 14th j day of December, 1863, file its petitioa in the olerk'e office of the Court of Common Pleas within And for Franklin county, in the State of Ohio, against Use said J. R. Hare, setting forth that said Hare the de fendant, ia indebted to the plantiff ia the sum of 1 f&l 80 debt and 14 40 costs, with interest thereon from the 24th of day November, 1863, at the rate of tea per cent, on a certain judgment taken on the 31 rt day of January, 1858, for the sum f s)67, in the District, Court of Iowa, within and for SooUoounty.end that an attachment has issued out against said defendant in said action, and baa been levied upon the follow ing described real estate, in which the defendant t owns am interest, the ssune being aitsuued in r'raek lin oounty, in the State of Ohio, anal in toe eitr of) Columbus, to wit: Inlots numbers 766, T4, 140, 801, 804, 806 and 80S, and that garnishee praxes has issued eut In said attachment and keen served upoa.WiL.it ' ner WTntob4 hZ " .fti ' Jacob Hare eased, asoneoi , . i t r said esUte. And said detenilHiit is n , ,m W mL pear ana answer uy ui votn uay or r voruary, iaet, or Judgment will be Uken'instbim. . i v iiy G. O. COLLINS,' . , , , deo.-ilwtd. Plaintiff Actorney.