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is- : VOL. X. NEW SERIES. ; ; COLU -MBUS, pHIO.-TniJRSDA Y MQRNING,"FEBRT I '-KtiXXMi. : llic jDliio Statcsma DRILY; TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. ' iifSSlo 'I'h A nhln QA4-nniYi n-n flAmnnnur Office, Noa. 30, 38 and 40 North nigh Stree Ml'.'- IBtlMi,-l'l (INV1RUBLV "11, ADVAWCB.)' Dally. 1 W 1 . mr mr Tri-Weekly, per year 1 m WeeKly,iinleot3)jtonyear.--..... 2 jixmonth...f .....1 Clnbiof font eopie,"oiie:rear''" ,,,-r ri montb.... S M Clnbiof tenoontei, one year 00 ..T.J . . . ., ilx Borittl.i-...-l..wk4 I Ot .30 00 Clabi of twenty oopiea, one year With an additional copy to the party who fetp up the Club of ten or twenty. I av w W 00 UbijlTDisootmt Appllcuble to the UMl'ularU. , A new thing. ;y : .... '. It Combination. Boot and Shoe ilanufauturen. ' Jewelers. Families. ty. 9 ( ! '" vrn eiA Useful & Valuable Discovery I Insoluble Cement! T of more nmeral nraotical util ity than any inrention nuw lie. lore tne puuiio. it na oeea thoroughly tealed during the laMt two year by praotical-meu, and pronounced oy an w oe SUPERIOR TO ANY AdhesWe Preparation known.! Hilton's InsoIuLle Cement Ir a new thine, and the result of years ot stuay; iu eouiuinauoa IB Ull Scientific Prlnciplca, And nnder no circumstances of chance of temperature, will it become corrupt or emit any of tensive smell. HOOT & KIIOK ' w.HUIWbUlcih una. in .wmi"") will find ittlieueatartic.e Known for Cenientinir the Channels, as It works without delay. not af looted by anycbangeoi temper' lature. (Will And it sufficiently adhesiTe lor their use, as nat beenjiroved. It Ii Mrpeclially adapt- U to BJVUftBKVM-. And we claim as. an especial merit, that it stioks Patches and LminsitoliooUand shoes -urn ciently strong without stitching, ' IT IS THE ONLY t , H.IOLII CEMKNT extant, that is a sura thing for mending , Fainltitret " ' Crockery, " Uons I . . . . .. I Tory, And article! of household us. KEMi;.iim.n ri . 1 t Remember. ' 1 Hilton's Insoluble, Lenient - Is in a liquid form and as easily. applied as paste, i f Hilton's Insoluble Cement ! Is tasolmbjs) la vatertor eU. Hilton's- insoluble! Casual Adheres to oily substances. .f.-.'T r,. " Satmlied ih FamnVwrMannfao- -. f.,i. 1 1 1 turera packagea mm i-ounces iiilton nn,os,ACo. ' -Prnpritors, PRO V1UENCE. R. I. ' ' Sold, by Lord A Smith. Wholesale: DrwriiU, 13 Jake street. Ubioago, lllinou. lionenv veatrn Agents, to whom all orders may be addressed... , une 10, 186J-dly : -! ; " '' ' isUquld. ; : ?:!. c LOOK iiukk: FUQS! FURSI FURS! .. A SMALL ADVANCE FROM RIARUf ACTUIVERS' ,J i i ' ' COST PRICES)' 'i. -vJ Russian Sable Sets, Hudson Bay Sable Sots, , Rich Dark Mink Sets 1 tone Marten. Set, . w::intols. Marten Sots', : i 1 Wator'lVIlali- SetM, ' : ; T Coney W,r:',rn',.'.,1 , T'-, ...Fiw.CU.ie:!,, ; ) 'iFHr.ClUuraVjiii' , CUlldren'a Fin, in lv. i i.'l FOE HOODS, .7 .,.; . FU IEIMMra08, ) xi t: i 08' Fim COLIASS,1 " : v . GENTS' FXIS OLOVES, Gents Fur Oap(,r,;I::,r7l';Ml Slefffh HoJte8,,.,";vWj. . CarriairQ ,Jtlje!.,,p ,T &o., Ao,, &o. ' "'''";',t'1 ' 'll , i-iiJitnl i... ..: !:.) t::.i ''')" '4' Wishing to reduce our Stock, we offer the above Goods. At Great Bargains. "W4 have the finest and largest stock evor btpugh OAXX4APTE SMITH ' & u CONRAD, New NeU'Hprisei :31opkr ). ,n, i ..I,..,! n'j- Jane-atf19'' lo ,,.Jl ,-,.T TACOB w!'si I ,IIAYIKG PfJBCn- y if) the entire stock and. business of Meert, r ri i in rowa m the turniture Manafaotory, .'I tXJfk I. I rvr;,.fT.,., V- I'll ,T'- ' IT ' V T Will eehtlnue the iksthese ' the .lAjcruTAJP AnnrnrTaoHty dvx ...,TviT J!--,;:-i5 rw.-T end scllette tbeenaUmof thaold patrpni of thaeei tebll'hmeotandtiie pubjio lenerajl. ,A4 ouiuwa Ul be.;,. "fi.i j . .,:s u ,: ,.rn"- ii ,ttr. end Furniture manufactured,, or repaired pwaptly. according to order. , .. ' ., . , , . v, it ., J. ' jiilEJl M elio eagiteed.fn (he bauneit pfuv wbleh he will ire ipeclel end prompt attention.' ( prie-diy Uili... . '. i'l 1 .n-.i... I - it . i J"' . I .1 i-j OF THE CONDITION OP THE .M TVll.-) .1 MMMMbmm 1 Manhatt Fire-Insiiraiice Oonip'7, ' Ot thl lit ilu of luinm luu mjj 1. ti. i .iL itor of Ohio, pursuauttothe Statute gf that Stated passed April 81858... .if . . . NAME. AND LOCATION. ' '.( .The name of the Cbmpan: moany Is MANHATTAN FIRE PANY,. iu the city, of Hew, Tbe'amoant of it CanitAl StV In - '. .'.) I of M eaob, all paid up in cub. ii. . . ...WM.OOO 00 1 be ainoont of iu torplas on hand Janu- . .::.".V;.r...-;l...-4M;0ii1 43 Total amoant of capital and lurpluj. ., .1504,023 44 --'-'IIliAsaETa,;;-- .. j "" J" h Company on hand and In DanK . 123 3WHT U0a, and morgaoi.as per Touchers' ae- ! , coinpanying, being first lions interest " iu ytur gut., paj-aoie semi-annu-a v sus on demand,' seen'red ' by appi-oreii ; vuuaivrBia, toe maraet value of which IS.. JV. . 99,440 87 , ise so : ' ; SI,4.KJ 78 7,oiio on 637 60 IM.K74. 28 llB.OOO of J3T,t00 'l i .unHma iu vuuns vi cniieotton, W Interest. 6.6U6 60 owiwua vwiieo dt ine company, "' 4"ned by the Company All other securities . Total assets of the Company. . .'. . .'. , , .4304,022 43 IH.-MABIUTIES. :t . Losses ailjusted and due. '.....'..... .None Iaissus adjusted and not due. None! Losses unadjusted and in suspenso Losses claimed and resisted. All other claims Total Liabilities. V IV. MISCELLANEOUS. The greatest amount Insured In any one risk, generally The greatest amount allowed by the rules be insured in any one city, town or villaire, is not fixed, the same being gov- , erned by the character of the buildings and the facilities forextinguishing fires. The greatest amount allowed to be insur- , ed in any one block. Governed in the same manner as above, our object being tjl RrHttAI wntl nnr v!.lu The amount of its capital' or earnings do uuoiieu m any oiner otate, as security lor losses therein, naming them, with the amount in each, and whether such company transacts anv husiniua nf 1 he Charter or act of incorporation saidoouipany, si arch 23, 182 1 W O Til I upn t. .. , ANDREW J. SillTK, Secretary. City and county of New York, ss. Personal I v&rniearari hftnrn i.. l,li nln.in it. of January 1H64 Wm. P. Palmer, President, and Andrew J. Smith, Secretary, of the MnnhatUn Fire Insurance ComDanv. and mrMiiv ,.... the above statement hv tliAm aiihMiK.i and true.lo the beat of 'their knowledge and belief. SALJ ; Comm'r for Ohio in New York. ' , -j OFPICB OF THB At'BITOR OF STATK.f - j. , - . CoMiiiBtTfi,0., Jan.27,1804. j It is nerebv ertif)Ml thai th 'l opyof the Statement of Condition of the Manhattan rf x Insurance Company of New York, Sniwio m in in omco jor me year 1864, and now on file heroin. Witness my hand and seal officially. JA3. E. CJOUJIAN, Auditor of State, l; '. - ''''"'". CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY, i . i f (To expire on the 31st day of January, 1863.) ', l-JllTDITOK or BTAT-T8 WFFTC8, . INSORANCR DKPABTMrNr. " I :t CoioiiBtis. Ohio. January 26". i85L ' J 1 Wrnmis, The Manhattan Fire Insurance Com. Kny, located at New. ork, in the State-of New York, s filed in this office a sworn statement of its condi tion, as required by the first section ol tlieoct "Toreg ulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by the Stare of Ohio." passed April 8, 18Mt and, Whereas, said Company has furnished the ndersigned satis la?.t?riivl,lcDce None. On file. , 1 ' tn' f Possessed of at least ONE AUAU UAtllAli.l.lfl, r.nifcl inr stooks, or id isiate. wortn double is mortgagod: and. l.;a bonds, or in mortgages of real estate, worth double im ten instrument under its corporate seal. innH hv the amount for which the same i ' I . tin . - - - - - - p v. ,i uu, oaia company nasnied intbis ouina&writ- the President and Secretary thereof, authorizing any agent or agents of said Company in this State to ac knowledge service of process; for and in behalf of said Company, consenting that such service of pro oess shall be taken and hold to be as valid as if served noon the Company, according to tbe laws of ibis or any other State, and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason of such acknowledgment of service. Now, jHh-REFOtttUn pursuance ot the first sec hon of the aforesaid act, I , JAMES II. OOPMANk Anditor of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Manhattan Hre Insuranoo Cbmpany of New York, h authonied to transact the business of fj.1 . '.arino. Insurance in this State until the thirty first day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. , , . In Witness Whrrkof, I have hereunto Ssubsoribed my name and caused the seal ,. of my ofhee to be affixed the day and year above written. ; JAS. II. G0DMAJC '' ; ' Auditor of State. C STAVRIIVC, Sc. DOWDA1L, r - ' AircnuL Dnahlnr Itnilrlinfr . Corner of High and Town streets .HEAI.. WlAYrL RESTIEAUX, SUCCESSOR,, TO i'moKEE. A KESTIEAUX IVo., 104J South IILsh Street, ooiiTjMr.ua, :: DEALER IX, i --',ii i. i CR OCERIES.PRODUC E, : provisions, ; Foreign & Domestic Fruits,, i FIaOim, SAXiT, MQimS, .kc. . ' .'Ml 1" fv- ' , 'i n( '' ' ' " ''';,;t -Storage arid Commission C0lUmbuS. OhiO. .... for oneTJr i'v.! .iuildLni nd ontulto TsSJiw" ' ' s ' oetwos-dly : anTtdiy RICHARD KENNEDY, -DEALER IN-, :..iL :n. Stationeryj ,riCTUREHFAirCY ASTlCXBa, JBTC'r NQJJSoutniligksW r -., - ;--r-- v. ,-r-trz KextDoctehePostoBcer- t-- ..OOiniCSUBj OHIO. NEYFIRM. ; Mcprliant Tailprs, CWnerTervrn lllgh ts HAVIHO A890f;ATE .CB8EI,TE together nndof Ihe above named, firm, for the Durnose of eatf vine en tne aoeve named business. we ask the. attention of'the,wublioinjeur.lareurTclKl and well seleoted stock of Goods til ourlTne.We jteup constantly on band, lull assortment of tne oni araiea ana stvios oi jiotns. vassiinores. ana Vestings; also, A full stock of Gents' Furnishing uooas.. ve attend, to business. narsonallv. do our owri cutting, and warrant the best fits and fnest worg; is -personally, do our baat. flta A.nd SnA.. EsDeai&i atiAntin 1BTM.M tli MililArw nnTiuim1 f;ifi,in.. v--- .-7 ' ' . BOSB Me BEEW. TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED EXPRESSLY for the STATESMAN For lent If Ight'a Dispntrhe tee 3d page) Morning and Noon Dispatches. Foreign News. Nkw Y0KK,Feb.3. Thestennipr America, from Bremen via Southampton 20th of Jan Mary, arrlyed. . . , rs 300.000 pouiukof fftprliug npecle had been sent by tlie Hank of England to France. The demand for" discount In London Is heavy. . Consols 90jVa90M for moneyt rebel loan 34($44.-- -J? -a...v..-o'l Tho French admiral JIarulla wan dead. iTATTTha' Dirltto has been seized for publishing Garibaldi's address announcing uie lonnauou or a coinimpieu to promote the Italian Union. Beella' ionrnals aesort that: Demark Is ready to participate In the conference pro posed by England,1 provided France will. i-Tince uiaries leaves JJeriin onthc20th, mrn nis Btarr.. . ,. -. r ? r Ihlrty-two thousand Prussian troops were dispatched to Holsteln via Hanover who would cross the Elbe without halting, Austrian troops for Sehlcswlg were for warded on the 20th by special trains carry ing one thousand men each, via Berlin. Jt is asserted that tlie AuBtrlauIiOwer House refused tlie ten millions demanded by the uovernmcnt lor .tne expenses ol tlie occu nation of Hcldeswur. . . ,. .. 1m France asserts that Prussia's ahd -Austria's flrst act win be to-order Prmco Au- frnariiinnunr rn nil r iiniarnin . - - r - aj.v..iv... ij.w AA..ni.v.l... .1. . States had foreseen that the great powers intended to uphold the London treaty under an circumstances, tney would Have voted for occupation at the outset. ' ! The Dogbladet says Denmark cannot comply with Austria and Prussias ulti matum. ' What happens depends on event ualities in Europe and Germany. In case of war, the German armies will require four weeKB to collect tlie necessary strength By then. Denmark's army will be larger than ever, and fortified with works and able to hold an enemy in check twice as strong. Liverpool cotton market depressed and 0 vhti lower. ' Wheat 23d lower. i - i Flour dull. London market Wheat l.2s lower. An almost immediate return of the Bank England's rate to 8 per cenfc Is looked for.- The Austrian force for Schleswig will lrardly number twenty thousand. ' It was stated that the English squadron would do ordered to iltiigaland Bank. England has raised the rate of Interest to eight per cent. It is reported that Saxonia and Hanover win allow tree passage to Amsterdam and Prussian troops. These march without de lay into Schleswig. Alio .London Times (it the 2lst has a re port that Denmark has offered to suspend the obnoxious constitution and address. If neb an oner has been- made it will for & time avert imminent danger of -war. Liverpool, Jan. 20, P. M. Cotton very dull and slightly lower. , -.. , Breadatuffs Steady and unchanged. Provisions Quiet and stcadyvi v : SugaT Very dull. - -; ' Petroleum Firm, refined Is 4d. Consols closed for money at 9090K. Interesting News by The Steamer Union. Fortress Monroe, Feb. 2. The steamer Union baa arrived, forty-eight hours from Port Royal bound to New York. On Jan uary 14th she captured the rebel steamer Mayflower In Sarasote pass. Florida, loaded with cotton. On January 31st, ofl" Charles ton, hoard heavy firing. .-. ,. ..The Union put into Hampton Boads to for ward dispatches. ; i ' i " Gen. Butler has just received the follow ing official report: , i ; The 31st or January expedition went up James river and Pagan creek to Smlthllelu. to join au expedition up Chuchitak under Gen. Graham, to destroy provision supplies. A station and smuggling depot. The expe dition landed at Sinithtield, consisting of !. ninety mon and one howitzer, under Capt. Lee, to march to Chuckate. , -When five miles beyond Smithfield they encountered' a rebel force two hundred i strong, with two pieces of artillery, ltout- I Ing them but receiving false information of ! fTnatnr fnrna Un'niin flion, r,A , w. 1 1 f 1- y . v. v. ibvn,i,iiviaiii c.uu VIIUV.IV1M.IV, i they returned to Smitlifiold and sent for the .armed transports Smith Briggs, which ow- l ingt to tho fog, did not arrive till 12:30 on Monday. Tlie enemy, nve Hundred strong, with four pieces of artiltery, attacked Captv Lee at daylight in Smithfield, entrenched. They held out against several furious attaeks and charges from the enemy until the Smith Briggs .arrived. .. . , , ' -j -The enemy were repulsed in each attack with heavy loss. They sent three flags of truce demanding a surrender, all of which Captain Ije refused. On the arrival of the Smith Briggs, they retreated on board when the. enemy opened a fire of artillery upon them.' The chief engineer was -wounded and the second engineer missing;- This pre vented the boat from working off, ; and final ly a ball struck her boiler and she was dis abled. - - Capt. Lee and a portion of his men escaped by swimming across the river. Others were captured,- among' them - Capt. Kowe, who was wounded.1 Our loss in killed, wounded and ' missing is ighty. The enemy's loss in killed and wounded was one hundred and fifty heavier, owing to their superior num bers, and making the attack.,! Soon after the capture of the Smith Briggs she was blown apy" ' ' '" ,! .;.;,, From Army of the Potomac. 1 HEADQUAhTERS ARMIT OF THIS POTOMAC Feb, 2 Intercepted letters from reb,ol . la tlies shew, that of three thousand cayilry who were sent into the valley during the recent cold weather not over five hundred had. returned. , Many were frozen to deathq Others wero frost-bitten ana sought refuge in farm houses and villages. The entire movement was a total failure.' i At last accounts Eadey's force was resting on Middle river, near Mount Crawford. having ; abaudoncd r its I enterpjlso. i,Tbis I morning eleven prisoners ana ten noi ses, belonging prinptpally to therSlxtb Virgftpia oavalry, wefe' captured near Blue Kidge, in the:vieinJ4TpTb continue to arrive from tbe front. They report great .-(carcltjr f provisions; forage and clothing, and also- large numbers are wftitlng-for tv proper opportunity to- avail themselves of the President's amnesty nroc lamation -The-nrollmwit-of-oivilians, white and coiorcdwithlntha lines of the axwy la ueoiiy uuuipinusu. i : .., " . i h Nkw York, Feb. 3-The Herald's New Orleans letter says troops are being hurried over 'Lake Ponchartrsin and landed at Mad liorivlUe." All agree that Mobile la to be at-' tacked by.land and water,. ; o rr I The world's Hiltou Head letter says' opera tions against Charleston have .virtually ceasedV;Gllmor$ goes ttv' Washington to. represent affairs between himself ana Dabi-4 gren J . Attempt to Burn Bridges. K"kw York. Feb: 2 A SDer.lal totiinTw.' ' Old iliifofT lwia1, n.ln.a T'.. 7l 1..1- ".-v., uviniiiniwi, i,d,iA:ru v irillllltl, Feb. 2d, 8 o'clock. P. States that Colonol .Milligan this Inornjng "drove , tlie enemy from the reoceupied Burlington and Moor tleld Junction in Patterson creek valley. At noon five thousand of Rosarr'a rolwi -. airy attenflted to burn tho North Branch and Patterson creek bridges and cut the telegraph. Thevwere driven- off wlrhnnr doing serious damage. The Are was put vui, uiui mo ruuuia pui-suuu oy x eiinsyiva nia cavalry. . : - . . . . ... i '.,.(: ' . . . .. The Tax on Spirits. WaSIUKOITOS. Feb. 2. The nmfindinenra of tho Senate Finance committee to the House biil to Increase internal revenue to- flav. TOtinrfjait V f ! ruaa.nrlnH n,t 1 ..... . - 1 1' v a.... vcrrjv.llV4VTI, OL1 1 IVC3 UUb the provision for a tax of 20c additional oil rectified spirits tod ' also that which taxes whisky, on hand after January 19. 'Hikis increase the tax on whisky after July 1st and prior to January next to 7e, and after) January isi, laoi), 10 sue. xne duty on im ported whisky after July and prior to Jan uary next, is increased from 40 to 50 cents, and after January next to 60 cents. WisnfvaTox, Feb. 8. The trade restric tions in West Virginia are removed by the Secretary of the Treasury. Tlie Senate Finance committee have re ported the House International Revenue bill with amendments. They drop the tax on whisky on hand, but increase tlie rates to sixty cents on all manufactured after tlie jjiu-oage ot ine mn to seventy cents on all manufactured from tlie 1st of January to " "'j. ioi "u ciguiy oenis on an thereaf ter. ... , [Written for "The Daily Ohio Statesman."] UNDER THE SNOW. BY N. L. C. Never before were they under the snow, My brothers so true and so brave; . , But now, like a pure winding-sheet, the flakes - Have settled so still on each grate. They answer no more to the roll-call here, But respond to their names In Heaven; And glittering crowns of eternal life . For sabre and sword have been given. , The one with fair hair and with asure eyea, And forehead so noble and white. Went to slocp mid the fields of the sunny South, Where the river rolls in hit might. The other again saw home and dear friends. But soon joined the army above I Their seats at the fire-side ne'er can be filled, Nor the void that is made in our love. Fair hair and bright eyes all under the snowl No more weary marches, or strife; But rest have they now in the beautiful land Whore sparkles the River of Life. ' . , , , ,t Father, oh teach ns submission to Thoe I 7 Thy will is most righteous we know; Yet hard is the cross, and our hearts oft rebel ' To think they are under the snow. ' PkruvsvIlis, Ashland Co., 0. 1 ' ,t BfiNNO SPEYER'S .,..' -..!;!. BANKING HOUSED . -...,,' ... I .... t CdiiMssioii, ' Fomarding and GENEKAL PASSENGER AGENCY ron TBI . Bremen, HambuTg & Havre Steamers. : f AMD ALSO RAILROAD TICKET 'AGENCY, EAST AW1' WEST. Ifosv.' r and 9 West Third Street,' '' (Corner Slain.) ' . . , . . i . ' : ;. OlKLOlZXXLAtl, O. 0l.188J-tf : - WATER PROOF CIRCLES, JADE In the most stylish manner, for sale by HAHV Ac SO!, Noe. S3 to 2 South High Street. GENTS' PAPER COIXARS ; ; fY the best and strongest makes.' Also. Gonts1 V and KnvaM.inan f!nllara(n ll .ha r-at.:M-L.l shapes. Paper --Wrist Bandsr Ladies Paper Collars (h vuusiwwtw Aiuvg. iim vi dii KjUdSk 1 r -,j , .. . JIASA ac HON, r Noe. 23 to 29 South High Street. IMPERIAL SHIRTS.' ' THB Pattern of these shirts is new, the. Bodies, Yokes, Sleeves and Bosom' are formed to fit the person with case and oomfort, and each Shirt is uaranteeo, wen maae. uoys isnirts end DhirtUol ars. Gent.'s Cotton Flannel Drawers. Tnrlnr fiaK- menis in scarlet, wnuo and mixed Alorinoof the very best quality. . . i i ' i ' JIAINA; SOI,'r-. f-rt'.l -h't ' Nos. 21 to 29 South High Street;'' LADIES and CELTS' English and tier man HOSIE11Y of thevery best qual ity; also Children's Hoisery in great variety. French W oven. Corsets. " ., .,',,,..-; i ' BAIJT ASOIV, : ', , .. , Nos. 23 to89 South High street,,: ALEXANDRE'S Plain and Embroid ered Kid Wloves. Also Undressed Kid Gloves with Embroidered Backs, Misses Kid Gloves. .,., ....... . , BAIN & HON,- ' V, . : , ' ; .Ko'. 23 to 29 South High street.- PIiAlIM Bine and Brown Foulard NllkM. Also elegant Plain and Fanoy Silks for Street and Evening .Dresses, Extra heavy Black Corded Silks for Basques and Dresses. Seeded Silks. '. ;. ., .1 . ... BAIW Ac SON, . , , Nog. S3 to 29 South High street! 1 rlBLE IINEN 8, consisting of Damatas, :T ble Cloths,- Napkins and D'Oylie in great varie ty and at reasonable prices. 'Abo; Wine Damasks and FruitD'Oylies, Turkish Bath Towels, Lane Cur- tains, eto.' . BAIN A.sON,-.: ii m : . -,: NosT. 23 to 29 South High street;' -' idFrenoh I Act Bsrbes." : ' 'M r T . Whit Barbs Lace- for Sashes and ELEGANT EACE GOODS.1 TirREAD X tllack and. Triinminmij -.1 'oinl 1ju,a f!nllAre anil Kal j ,'-,- ...-u.tr YaienoienneLaoes.Cpllars hd Handksrchlefi.' Thread and French Lace Veils. ...,.:i.: Real Thread Guipureand Blond Lace Edgings. Black YakXaee Inserting for Dress Trimmings. " ' ; Lace Collars and Sleeves in Sets richly trimmed. White Blond Laces for Veils and Dresses. Ruches for Trimmings, Beading and Footings. Point Applique Laces in all widths. . '1'fui Nos. 33 to 89 South High street. IjanttlW nRsA i e'.i, ' a 1,., . ' : '-.-i- ' 'i' i; r .-,., ,; U AND DEALER IN ' - ' ;- .!..'". r-i ' ' 1 ' ;,'':'' -'7 ' 1 id X No: 63 East Town Streets Oolu: eoWtWly butt. O. Sr4.U -. .t-i- In ! of l . ; .- t. l i ; ' i TXT ,". is The boy, nsev u, 1 1:- J" . i 1,1,-..-.. a, Ot THg CONDITION OF THB ui. I : J.4IMJ fi J), COMPAIIY, r .... ., ... t -....t 7. i'Z!r oi January, law, made wine Aurtitor or Ohio, pursuant to the Statute of that RtaU ot unio, S passed i entitled "An act to regulate Insurance Companies, not incorporated by the State .;April8.186., : .., .., ..... ; -:.;J;) -.. ,,, ,. , , . ,,. ii .' . ! 1 : 1 1 '. -' . . r ' . 1 '".NAME AND. LOCATION ):; ... , v '' -!-':! ' '' ' ' '' " I. CAPITAL. ii , Second The amount of its Capital Stock is . , : '. I '. I ! . . Third do do do do paid op, is..-,,-., - " 'll. ASSETS. Fourth 1. Cash of the Company on band and In bank! . . I. .'. 2. Cash in the hands of and due from Agents....,., s. iii fiiiiiw vuiuoumDerea i. 4. The Bonds and Stocks owned by the Cc .t21.Vt . 4.741 98 SlMI.OOO 00 , UO.OWoo ..'-.::'.f ' '::! ;.;...w.;...a.;; be Bonds and Stocks owned by the Company, as per vouchers aooompa nvins how secured, and the rate of interest thereon, to wik - "r.. f. S,!vTi'e 17,08TM flit 15,050 . ist. tT. 8. Treasury Notes 1 S-10 per cent. int. i : 5d. Mortgage on vessel; T -percent, interest... ' V 'P"6' Oswego Use Company's stock.. ., 4th. Chicagojowa A NebikjTl.Co,T percent Income bonos.3,000 AwonVr-. 15,fJ 00 1 lo.ftne oo , 1,176 00 aso oo as.., TJ , . j a, - . ww uuuw a.tu ouuvaa. ...;., .rt. B. Debts due tbe Company, scoured by mortgage, en enineambered real estate! as tier , vouchers aceompanying....... 8. Debts otherwise secured, as per vouchers accompanying. None. r : 7. Debts for Premiums, other than those for which notes have been received...'..'. J 8. All other securities...,. , Total assets of the Company. ' j-: i-.-'S JiM no :: . .tf l 20,878.00 70.6370 ..... .g78 83 III.-LIABILITIES. .None, None. Fifth The amount of Liabilities, due orot due, to Banks and other creditor. Sixth Losses adjusted and due rieventn Louses aitliistnil and nnt dim .'. , : , , , - Eighth Losses uniljosted. ............. ," .'.' ' I Ninth Losses in suspense, waiting for further proof................... ; j Tenth All other claims against the Company. ..., ....'...'.'....','.'. ; Total Liabilities;. '. . . '. .:. . ...... .i...i; I..;..'..:.:;'. ' IV.-MISCELLANEOUS. Elcvetith The greatest amountlnsured in any onerlsk...!..'.'........;. Twelfth Tbe greatest amount allowed by tbe rules to be insured ,ln any one city, town or Thirteenth The greatest amount allowed to be insured in any one blook.J.'.'. ! j'. . "T""" . Fourteenth The amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other State as security . for losses therein, naming them, with the amount in each, and whether such com- ',2 ' ' PMytransacto any business of Insurance in said St,to or States..... ... Fifteenth Tbe Charter, or act of incorporation of said company. Filed with Auditor of State. STATE OF NEW. YORK,!' . . .-. ,.-.', ,;ouNTV cr uswroo, i ' 7,409 00 i lfTS M ' : tTS 91 $28,650 T 10,000 : . . ,i No rule. No rule, . None. .Theodore Irwin, President, and S. Warner Wh I to. Secretary of the Northwestern Insurance CotrrpenV. being severally sworo, depose and.say, that the foregoing isa full, true and correct statement of tbekffatrs the said Company: that the said Insuranoe Company is the bona fide owner of at least On HnmirU inouHHna iioiiBn oi kluu casn h&dilri ihvasijwi in ihmw.it . and bonds, tut ill Mnrlmurainn Itaal gx.k- that the above described inveatmanta. nn, worth double the amount for which the same is nu.rtmiirr.il part thereof, i are made for the benefit of any individual exercising authority In the management of said Company, either as President, beoretary. Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that the mortgage above de scribed have not been assigned, nor in any manner released or impaired by aid Company-ind that they are the above described officers of said Insurance Company. ,..', Subscribed and sworn before me, this 23d day of January, 1884. .Stamp 5o.l , ' THPn row u : ; S. WARNER WHITE, Seeretary. W. G. ROBINSON, Notary Public' OyyiCKOP THK Auditor or Stats.) l-raaar i T - . T It is hcrebvcertilied that the forminis a rorrect Ann, nf h ti"vjrf.Xl-Jl Insuranoe Company of Oswego, N. Y made to this oflioefor the year 1864, and now on file here in. IL. 8J Witness my hand and seal officially. i --wwiom. JAS. orth western lit H. GODMAN. Auditor of SUU.' CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. (To expire on the 31st day of January, 1888.) ' . i Auditor of Statk'i n,tri v . IVflnaiWr, IWtaia-WBiM. T . . . ',, '....''....'.:' CoLOMBUg, Ohio, January 30, 18e4.,; WtlBngAS, The' Norttwestem Insurance Company, locatedat Oswego, ia the Stale of NewTerk has filed in th s office a sworn statement of its condition M.n.,irrl k. liZ ... " "Slv.l.0'0' ulatolnsuramseComrMnieanotincorporated by tbe State of Ohio." passed April 8. lrW-.nrfWn.4lV intlersigned satisfsctory evidenoe that it nnaaaaurf f 1., nk-i or in bonds, or uiara insurance Vompanies not incorporated oytlie ritate of uhio," passed Ap-il 8 1868 I?liJl!,lE!JniJ)M..furn'"hed the ondersigned satisfactory evidenoe that it is dossuH n't HUNBriId THOUSAND DOLLARS OF ACTUAL CAPITAL INVESTEDstocks nmrtgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the sane ia .mortgaged : and WhenSlvikH iCornpany has filed in this offloe a written instrument nnder its corporate seaHignedhr the PdeS and Secretary thereof, aathori. ng any agent or agents of said Company in th ft ktoS to ZliSZlZZL, Z2 .-, v. r : . :,v- . . . , w"..o-..v...R uMhiwiu en-, loeot- process sua 1 h. taken and held to be as valid as if served upon the company, according to the laws of tWsorany TethM Stato and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason of snch acknowledgment of service! . , . ' Aow i,u,c,'0Rf n Pursuance of the first section of the aforesaid act, I, James H. Gbdman Auditor State for Ohio, do hereby oetify that said Northwestern Insurance c"mpny of Oswego W auUoriied to transact the business of i ire and Marine Insuranoe in this State until the Slit day of Jan uary, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixtv-five. 1 " a"' m "u lyearonetnousand eigh :js7AT.tob.th;nM T , ' ' JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor bf siate.' "' eeL.sjjusj8, OHIO. U'll .Jti.. .... lisj ...',J..).D feb CHEAP GOODS AT HEAD LEY. RICHARDS & CO.'S, ' cfo 2522 .' ' -....... Sotttli iiiglic Street. Qloaksi Shawlsr Furis, , - i: 1 7 :: Lll' .lli'l Ol!';' .Tviiil'1,1 Ji,r.' i ' f Balmorals; Mli,'!' ' ':' '.K r'li Vi .-.';- '. ' '' Blankets I-..:. : .-Ct.U ) H :: ' ''riaime:;:;;";, - - ri . ' ci l:n . ii-- ;rOiiii.- ! 1 , H6bas,Rt5te- ' v.- jan9 .1 r A. SELLS, ,.-v .!' ' .'I" 'An: yri ft JOS. OCITNKB ..i 1. , ;' - if. r-'V -h: iiriioiia ;'r..i;T fl;ji-'tVOrai-Alr!'nflW''.'! fi'Mii'iOV ' .;07 .to lot 'ai-4!t0 "! ' Commission Merchants; 1 U',7 :).!- ! 'U:7i.l 1. 1 !;;i I)-..f)ft.T-DSUElS' -Ilr"?a .UW.'-i". a aaci twaotqarilm J vono? oi LaSi.-. Floiir, Balfish, WatCTlumenu'" Plaalcr ii. .'i ill ii';,.)' iu'" -.. J i.w. ,i......'-.-. . ,. .. .!-?iST Uantnn- net oi:s .yminitt aci-- jSoutheaet-r oraet Towti'and' Feorth S .-3r.i uc-5- CjT fc:c-i;'tKBl 'ei tesiwic.' a " i"'" li'-'T. AfTEDIEAje. B LOOMJ to know that Lamb's SeU-Aotimj Hand Loon afl artiole he want to make and. save money with turning of an easy orauk by a man. woman 01 does the -whelo easiness of weaving 18 to to yams, in aar; n to eis a eay cao "be artd Tiy its .State, County and TewnshroRightaandLoOTis lM6hieeofll iUo'I,' BRANSON eVEL- MEW HAT, CAP & FUR WB W1LI, (irFEB AT Seduced prioes. our stock of GBEATLY : ? X- i'I v.':i !! t-J : :'' .-. ' ' ' .: i LADIES' OIINK FUBS, , .. FITCH FURS, .',,'. '" ", v". "!:".'x " kiveb mwk, ;, : CHILDREN'S UHITE COWV, :ii ' -. ; ; 1 ' -( vm.-.-,m ; : .... . . COEOBED CONY, , SIBEBIAN SQUIRREL SETS. iii .. : ; -.".': -..! ' .;:'! v.-fill !. ".1 : FjSDIF.St ;t-ut L'.-.-i . T ' 1 " T ' ' I XrlmJL Skating Caps. ,JTur Trim'd XXoods; r LADIES lftr..t...i.J 1 : mi! fi.vJ -lo'l lL'f.rja Silk, Heaver So Felt Ilatja. ' ' :r.(T' iO'i .-' i i; r.o ii) ti'pjoo j. South High Street. Southeaet Comer el Hlarh and Friend Street, .'JUi dec23 -wa wu.awa , , Wa , v O. EBEHI.X & CO. t c l'-'.-:-.i'.-."'i -i'.i ii BROOKS! STEARNS & CO. .lii-i-x) .ii-w) i.w'.Mi ''!; :-:.:; ' r-'T'.' Ii-m.i? s '.'iif j,- uf.r : n ;i,'!T'j 1I1 "-i:i.t ni'i r ; WHOLS8AI.I AND EXT AIL SXALBBg IU . f ' ' ' '' I .:.i..;jn4 r."J lu UU) oJw l:ita TJM m STAPGTGEOCERIES !" wii!:j;'i!j!'(.l'i . v.'' i? kv-jryi-i ro reign x Domestic Fruits PURE WINES AND LIQUORS eCountry Prbdgoe taken Inlxdutnte forVjoedeJl ; esrsl tVW-AeVtyalB. AJUU IT? I . t 'i'-'l'"r 7 tSVjiu)WV-T i. JiTSitco ...i ,)(,; ni ,t- i! 1 11 in 1 ia. Oil 11 ,jiK-fl Ilonse cs hot foin I l t A OfXB BRICK, BtTELLYNO ifOtSC;; a i, . T vu.im, u ,i vi.tA, conveniences, well, cistern, wood-heose, eoal-hou.e.' i ' and a good stable. For particulars, inquire at No. 166 East Gay street. . iaae-42w - .