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VOL. X. NEW SERIES. COLU MBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, ;.18G4. NO, 190, if ii !mmmmm kaiaMawajaMawaWaaaaiaWS(aawawawaaBBaH " ' . ' ' ' - tr.J The Ohio Statesman: DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY. ; PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY; ' The Ohio Statesman Company, Office, Nos. 30,38and 40 North High Street. -a'-V TEKJIN. ' (IHVAMABLY Itf ADVANCE.) Daily, per year. ..Iff 00 M0 .. 8 1)0 .. a oo l oo T oo 1H ..is oo . oy id. vtta. Carrier, per week. ri-weekly, per year ;leoo' oekly, aingle oopy, one year CTlnln of four eimiM. one Year- eixmontha-...-. Club of ten conies, one rear I 00 Clnbsof twenty oopioa, one year ....30 oo j r' nix month! 16 00 With an additional oopy to tbe party who gets up the Viuo ot ion or twenty. UbkatDisootkbt Useful & Valuable Piscoveryi aBCIXaTOKT'S Insoluble Cement ! Applicahle to tho uaeful arti. . Is of more General practical util ity than any invention now bo fore tbe public It has been thoroughly tested during tho ln.it two years oy practical men, and pronounoea Dy an to do SUPERIOIt TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement ' A new thing. Ita Combination. Is a new thing, and the result of yeura 01 atuayi tu eomoinauon is on . Scientific Principles) And under no circumstances or change nf temperature, will it become corrupter emit any of fensive amell. BOOT 1 oot and Shoe aoulaoturera. will find it the bost artiole known for Cement inu the Channel, aa it works withontdelay, ia not af fected by any chango of temper ature. Jewelers. Will find it sufficiently adhesive for tueir use.aa baa Ueeu proved, It l especially adopt ed to aLieatncr. Famlliea. And we claim aa an especial merit, that it stioks Patches and loiently atrong without stitohiug. Liimnsa Ui DonU ana &noes sulll- IT IS THE ONLY ' ' LIQUID CEMKNT ia liquid. extant, that ia a sure thing for mending Furniture, Crockery, 'Toyav . 1 Itone, - Ivory, ' And articles of household use. KKTtlKMIIEIt ' j Hilton's Insoluble Cmcnl Remember, ( la In a liquid form and as easily. applied as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Ccincnl ? la insoluble (n. wator or oil. Hilton's; Insoluble ..'Cemen ..Adheres to oily substances. finis. Rnrmliod In Famiiy or Manufao- turera'' package from 8 ouneea toloopounor.V! JVl! , . , ; j iiiLTorv imos,fcCo. proprietors, .; PROVIUliN,CE.R.I.i ' Sold by Lord A Smith. Wholesale Draniatat 13 Lake street, Chicago, Illinois, General Western Agenta, to whom all orders may be addressed, un. 10, 18ea-lly ' , LOOK IIKRti: I FURS!. FURS I .FURS I . A Sffl ALL ADVANCE FROM 1RAKUFACTURERS' j , .! V J COST PRICES! T SIGN OF THE BLACK BEAR. , . - ' EEZ Russian Sable Sets, Hudson Bay Sable Sets, Rich Dark Mink Sets tone Slarten Set, . ? ITitola Marten Sets, -V Squirrel Seta, ! r .-.. . - tVator Mink Set, Coney Setu, ; : ' ' ': ; Fur Cnpet,:' . j rnr Collans ; 1 ... ,.-n : Children's Fur ' i ; - i S .,r. ' ' a FOR HOODS, .-, ;, o FOB IBIMMIK0S, GENTS' WXT& COLLARS, :' . . 7- ' GENTS' FUR GLOVES Gents' Fur Caps, ? ! Slclgrh Kobes, v ... ,. , Carriage . Kobes, p ' BuJI'olo XloUem, '' 4&0., Sce &o. .H!l,1;i 'Vt - ' '.f.-M !. ; ,.i : .. '" ::,'''-'-" t 1 ' Wishing tp reduoo onr Stock, we offer the above Goods tj . .,, ) i-vi At Great Bargains. -1 W have tho finest and largest stock ever brought SMITH &CONRAD, New Neil Houso Block, u !'. ) .IS FURNITURE MANUFACTORY TACOJB riSllTEB, HAVIXO PCBCIIAtl. J ED tb. entire stock and business of Messrs, phofdingej Aiirown In the furniture ilanufao tor J. rm Tti PTo. 104 gonth IIla;li Btetiu, wlllaWntinnotlui.bMbMi ait the sajtt? s t a x jfL A t-Xl E UEX o f OK n4 solicits the onRtitn if ) old patxona of theaa- bUr'i.!!'ntisd,(U.n.,..j t nojalit .AiI..Aiiiua Punctually ,att adtp. and'Tarnltur. tuaoufaotured. or repaired promptly J. FISHER ia also engfed in tha business of ao which ha will giro rpeclal and promtaUatloB. prtWl , '' STATEMENT"" OF THK CONDITION OF THE .."',:. Manhattan Fire Insurance Comp'y, On the lot day of January, 1864. made to the Aud itor of Ohio, pursuant to tho Statute of that State, passed April 4, 1856. ' . L NAME AND LOCATION. . tTJY! BWitf ,,.'?,&m?"x?i MANHATTAN FIRE LNSUUACK COMPANV, in the eity of Now lor. ' , I.-CAP1TAI,. The amount of Ita Capital Stock in aharea ' 1 of A50 each, all paid up in oajh, ia tlSO.OOO 00 1 be amount of ita aurplua on hand Janu ary 1,180.. 2M.02J43 Total amount of capital and aurplua. ...$5M,02943 . II.-ASSET8. . " Cash of the Company on hand and bank in llonds mid mor 133,310 87 r gaiien, as per vouchers ao heing first liene interest coinpanyinc. at, seven per cent., payable semi-annu- iwiy j Loans on demand, secured by approved collaterals, the market value of which, ia....j Unraid premium in count of collection.' Interest r Bank atoeka swned bv the Company. Bond owned by the Company AUomer securities 227,475 00 127,725 00 21,400 60 6,005 60 98,440 87 ISO 68 Total asaota of the Company (504,022 43 III.-LIABILITIES. V! Losses adjusted and duo None. j.uasus aujuKiou au not due .none. Losses unadjusted and in suspense Loaaes claimed and resisted All other olaims 21,430 78 7,(100 OO 637 60 Total Liabilities...:... . 18,974 28 (. )-IV. MISCELLANEOUS. Tho.rrfatcit, aiiionnt insured In any one risv ;oMOraUy.'.'.U. '...:.. tlBOOO Tho greatentatumint allowed by the rules ' ' U be insMred in any one eity, towh or ViIIuko, is not fixed, the same being gov- " ernod by tho character of the buildings and the facilities for extinguishing fires. he greatost amount allowed to bo insur ed in any one block. Oovemed in the , same manner as above, our object being : 1 to scatter well our risks. . The amount of its capital or earnings do- ' posited in any other State, as security Tpr losses therein, naming them, with . i the amount in each, and whether suoh ' oompany tranfacta any business of in surance in aaid State or States None he Charter or act of incorporation of said company, .March 23, 1821 Onfilo ' W. P. PALMER, Pres't. ANDREW J. SillTH, Secrelary. City and countyof New York, aa. Personally appeared before me this nineteenth day of January, 1864 Wm. P. Palmer, President, and Andrew J. Smith, Secretary, of the Manhattan fire Insurance Cnuroanr. ami pnrIW m ti,. the above statement by them aubsoribed, is correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief. Seal. Comm'r for Ohio in Now York. ' Ofpick of tub ArniTon op State,! t. 1 u 1. Columbus, O.. Jan. 27, 1804. ( It ia hereby certified t.hnt. thn fnro.in i. . ;. copy of the Statement of Condition of the Manhattan nro insurance vompany ot ftew Work, S) made to this office lor the year 18841 and SEAL. now on file herein. JAS. JJ. (jODMAN, Auditor of Staut ' CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. Vi' 1 n .(To expire on the Slat day of January, 1865.) . Auditor of State's Office, IiwuRANCB Department, ' Columbus. Ohio. January 20. 1884. Whereas, The Manhattan Fire Insurance Com. pany, located at J ew York, in the State of New York, has filed in this office a aworn statement of ita nnniti tion, as required by the first section of the act "Toreg ulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by the State of Ohio." mused Anril R issa. mnA wlJL. factory evidence uih luriiinuea uie undersigned satis liRSUBPS,l of at least ONH HUNDRED THO 1)0 1,7. arm nw ap. TUAL CAPITAL VKSTJSD in stocks, or in bonds, or in mortcn the amount for which the same is mortgaged; and. Whereas, said Company has filed in this office a writ- ten instrument under tbe President and Secretary thereof. its corporate seal, signed bv agent or agents of said Company in this State to ae. anowieage service ot process; for and in behalf of said Company, consenting that suoh service of pro-' cess shall betaken and hold to be as valid aa if urvl upon the Company, according to the laws of thia or' any other State, and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason of such acknowledgment of service. ..x,0';.,, HKKBroaE, in pursuance ot the first sec tion of the aforesaid act, 1 JAMES H. GODMAN. Auditor of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Manhattan I ire Insuranoe Company of New York, is authorized to transact the business of Fire and Marine Insuranoo in this a of in of In until the thirty-first day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, , in Witness Whereof, I have hereunto ! subscribed my name and caused the seal of my office to be affixed the day and year above written. , JAS. H. GODMAN'," - . Auditor of State. STAlinilVO ic DOWOALLf - - ' Agents. Deshlor Building, Corner of High and Town streets; Columbus, Ohio. Term Rimke taken for one, five, seven or ten years. : jaiuv-uiw YM. H. RESTIEAUX, SUCCESSOR TO McKEE A KESTIEAUX ! IVo. 106 South m;h Street, iOOZiTTMOUS,: , : dealer in . . GROCERIES, PRODUCE, ' PROVISI ON S, ' Foreign 8c Domestic Fruits, FLOURS SAJLT, UQUROS, Ac. : Storage and Commission.' jlyiJ-tf" .; RICHARD KENNEDY, v .'. ,,.. DEALER IX- J i BdoksJ Periodicals, Stationery, , - PICTURES, FAMY ARTICIES, ISX&f No, 5 Street? - ,; KtxtDoortothO Poeteffieev 5- . ' -Vv - . COLTWBVS, OHIO. oetlS'tMly fv .. " ... ROSII & BE ELI, Mt?rcliant , Tuilors, 4C4rr T-tfT V High St .' HAVING ASSOCIATE II; OCRSELTES together under thii. above named firm, for the purpose of earrying o tho'a'jove named bninws we ass ine awenwonoi tuo pisnno M our )f s,r a and wwl aeleoted a lock of Go.jdi.ln ourlino. keep constantly on baud ejjfull aasortmnat 6f ha best grades and styles of Cloths. Cassuneres 'and eatings: also, a full Stock of Gents' Furniihing Goods, We-attend to buaineaa personally, do our own cutting, and warrant tbe best fits and finest work; especial attention I paid to Military Omoew Clothing; - - . . ROS K BECIV uTvdir TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED EXPRESSLY for the STATESMAN For la.t Nlght'a Diapatcbes see 3d page Morning and Noon Dispatches. From Washington. New Yohk. Feb. 4. Tlio Herald's gDeclal from Washington 3d says: The caucus of Republican members of the House held in I evenin?;, was wen attended, ninety members being present. Hon. J. MorriU, of Vt., pre sided. Tho proceedings were of rather a conversational and informal nature. Nation al political business was considered, but ne definite action was taken and it was Anally decided to invite the Union Senators to meet with them at an adjourned meeting oh Mon day evening, at which time resolutions will be introduced and an attempt made to ini tiate a regular basis lor future political ac tion. It was resolved to pass the resolution amendatory to and explanatory of the con fiscation act, and amendments to the enroll ment act, and if possible obtain action upon them this week, An immense number of refugees from the South are entering our lines in order to es cape conscription. They state that the night after tho. passage ot the act conscript ing all parsons liable to do military duty, ninety refugees were caught by the rebel pickets along the Chicanominy. These were given furloughs for thirty days, with orders to report at the expiration of that time for duty. Fears are entertained in Richmond of an insurrection on the part of cms class, ami tue rebel authorities win not allow more than five hundred conscripts to accumulate ac amp near Kicnmouu, irora apprehension of such an attempt. Bands are being organized in many parts of the soutn lor tne purpose or resisting conscrip tion. The Times' special from Washington 3d, says: It is stated that Mr. Dayton will probably be recalled from France and Gen. Fremont appointed to succeed him. Tlieie are those who assert, however, that Fre mont could not be tempted even by a dain tier dish. Tho Times' special from' Washington 3d, says: We have authority lor contradicting sensation renorts nublishcd in any Tinner on Tuesday of apprehension of difficulties with ranee, growing out or tne correspondence Mr. Seward with M. Druyn de L'huys on fitting out rebel privateers in French ports. There is not the slightest apprehension felt by those who are conversant with all facts the case of any difficulty With the French Emperor on the subject. On the contrary, the latest dispatches from. Mr. Dayton are quite a dilferent tenor. Department of West Virginia. New York, Feb, 4. A special to the nerald from headquaiters Department of west Virginia DeDruary 3d says: Alter we drove the enemy from the bridges- yester day the rebels commenced a rapid retreat, our cavalry closely foUowing up. Skirmish- lug ensued; . , y Last night a portion of Gen Sullivan's forces, In attempting to cut the enemy off, encountered a large force of rebels in Me clianicsburg Gap, near Romney, and in the neighborhood of this gap a fight took place. He eventually succeeded in compelling the enemy to, take another road to the right and BKedaudie witn consideraoie precipitancy. this engagement he took a number of prisoners. IrA retreating the enemy hasten ed to make a junction with the main rebel lorces near Mooreneld. . - . i It is Jjclieved that Gen. Sullivan's and Col. Mulligan's columns have formed a junction, and are now pursuing the enemy vigorous ly.. If-the enemy escapes our forces, he certainly will not be able to take away any large portion or nis plunder. ... The. railroad trains arrived on time to night. The injury to bridges is so slight that they are so far repaired as to enable east and west bound trains to resume and continue their regular trips on time. The telegraph line was repaired this afternoon. Union Movement in Florida--Destruction of Cotton. New Yokk, Feb. 4-There was a meet ing of the loyal citizens of Florida held at Key West on the 28th ult, for the purpose of .restoring the State to its original status under the Union. . , p ' We learn from the South Carolinian, pub- j lished at Columbus, S. C that the disastrous .fire on Tuesday destroyed three million dol lars worth of cotton, a large portion of which belonged to the government. It says the loss was 2700 bales of uplands and 300 bales of sea island, of which about 800 bales belonged to the government, stored In the sheds of Messrs. Blakely & Co, and ,,tO0 bales of upland and sea island stored in the sheds of Messrs. Gibbs & Co. [Written for The Ohio Statesman.] [Written for The Ohio Statesman.] SONNETS. FIRE. Promoter of man's social, happy hours, When wintry winda are howling 'round his home; When earth ia 'reft of verdant grass and flowers; And olbthed with snow and desolation lone, Tis then thy cheerful flame, true, pleasure brings. As loved ones gather 'round the family hearth; Where games, and anecdotes, and various things, Consign eaoh hoar to profit, or to mirth.. , .. Not so, when thy Impetuous rage is turned' " Upon his habitation, or his goods,-... . , Or like a fiend unchained thou roamest through the woods, ... r - Regardless of all men whose Works yon spurn; And leaving naught but smoking cinders blacky Spread ruin and desolation in your onward track. POESY. Now wo will yiold our passona to the away Of poesy, who oomean airy wings, And leads the listless, captive soul away; ' ' And eharms it with the musio that she sings Of all th. works of nature; whew we see. - ' j Poetic beaut? hi the humble flower f"'" The lofty mountain, or the boundless sea; The golden clouda in twilight'a early hour j - The dawling splendor of tb noonday sun: ; ; '. , The calm, still quiet or a summer s even' ; The stars whioh gem the lofty vault of heaven i The seasons as their yearly course they run ; rAlLfitt tho aoul with poetry sublime, - - - thus oorablna. ' G. W. STARRETT. Paving Notice. .' To all whom It may Concern: rni.iiMHna. O.. Jan. 19. 1804.1 NOTIC IEIIEBT GIVEPf," That 1 proceedings have been instituted in the City OoBoiloMJt'lumbiw, for making the following -ha provoments, to wits t -. . . ' j -Frvwt-aj Ljrwi'ikU" ?rom Cej ;ttliy to The same U) ! S doV.i isJivrniHi:WithplaoiSd atimaWa to b prp, ' Vily CivuACgiuwr, and filed to the oino. o. Clerhv t All Tuiraona elalmlnr daraaire. en aceonht of satd proposed improveawaw, are requirra w mm ui.ir blafmain the office ot th. Uity.Uotk. in writing, on liuimi,viii.iii. m, luuiiw w ui. nu.i. or b.fore the fourth day of March. A.Dlwt, nl, lUHOlUV, Jn21-W City Clerk. i i BENNO SPEYER'S ; JJ'': .' t :-i .''.' ' ; BANKING HOUSE, Ooniiiiissioii, Forwarding and .Notarial Umce, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY FOB THI Bremen. Hamburg & Havre Steamers. j.)... " ". AND ALSO ; RAILROAD TICKET 'AGENCY, , " EAST Aim WEST. NMi 7 and O Wert Third Street, v' (Corner Main J . OizLolxa.xa.Atl, lS.1862-tf , , , . , o. WATER PROOF, CIRCLTS, JADE in tho moat stylish manner, for sale by Noa, 33 to 20 South Uigh Street. GENTS' PAPER. CO EE ARS fY tbe best and atroneMt malrAt: Al.n nAnt.' J and Boys' Linen Collars in all the fashionable snapes. raper wrist Hands, J.aaioj' raperCollara and Cuffs, tleut' Mock Tics of all kinds. ... ,' . IlAliX fc SOULi--' Nos. 23 to 29 South High Street. . mPEKlAE SHIRTS. THE! pattorn of these shirts is new, the Bodies, Yokes, Sleeves and Bosom are formed to fit the person with ease and comfort, and each Shirt is Guaranteed well made Boys Shirts and Shirt Col ars, Uent.'s Cotton Flannel Drawers, Under Gar ments in scarlet, white and mixed Merino of the very bodt quality, .. It A IN & SON, Nos. S3 to 29 South High Street. T AIIES and GENTS' EnsrlLh and Xj Oernian HOSIEUV of the verv best qual ity; .also Childron's lluiaery iq groat variety, French nAIN&SOlV, Nos. 23 to W South High street. ALEXANDRE'S Plain and Embroid ered Kid Glove. Also Undressed Kid Gloves with Embroidered Backs. Misses Kid (Hove. BAIN & SON, . Nos. 23 to 29 South High stroet. PEA IN Blue and Brown Foulard Silka. Also elegant Plain and Fancy Silks for Street and Evening Dresses. Extra heavy Black Corded Silks for Basques and Dresses. Seeded Silks. BAIN Sc. SON, . : Nos. S3 to 29 South High street! 'pABMi uness, consisting or Damasks, Ta X . ble Cloths, Napkins and D'Oylies in great varie ty and at reasonable prices. Also, Wine Damasks and Fruit D'Oylies, Turkish Bath Towels, I ,ace Cur tains, etc. BAIN ic SUN, . , i, Noa. 23 to 29 South High street. EEEGANT" I,ACE GOODS. THREAD and French Lace Barbea. ' ' , Blaok and YVhitSLBarb. Lace for Sashes and Trimmings. ... -T Point Lace Collars and Sets. ' ' Valenciennes Laces. Collars and Handkerchiefs. 1 Thread and Freneh Lace Veils. Real Thread Guipunand Blond Lace Edgings; ' ' Black Yak Lace 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. roim Appuqne L,aces in au widtns ma . .- UAmr janl9"C4 jo.jm.ai, n. own , j Nos. S3 to 29 South High streot. CHEAJ? PA8SA6J TO A1TO FROM ' GEEAT BEITAIN & IRELAND, : TAPSCOTT BROTHERS A CO'S Emigration St Foreign Exchange Office , 88 South Street, Niw York. DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOT . LAND AND WALES. iapsoott's favorite link of Liverpool Packet. Sail every Three Day. X liyB Of LONDON PACKETS, ' ' SAILS EVERT TEN BATS. Parties wishing to send for their friends or remit money to th. Old Chimin, can do so at the lowest raies by applying to T, MAIL.EI-, THOMPSON Sc CO., feb2-w3m BANRKRS, COLUMBUS. ; A-dirilnlstrtttor's Sale '' ' or ' " ; Real-Estate. I If PEBStTANCE OF AN OB DEB Grant zed by the Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, on the. 96th day of February, 1804, at eleven o'clock forenoon, upon the premises, the following described real eatate, aitnated in the county of Franklin, in the State of Ohio, to wit: . Commencing at the N. W. oorner of sec, 6, tp. 10 of- range 21, and running thenoe south with the section line 322 poles and 4 links to the southwest corner; thence east with the section line 104 poles: theaoe north 168 poles ai d 10 links; thenoe west 3S fioles and 10 links; thence north 163 poles and 10 inks to the north' line of said section; thenoe west 66 poles and 10 links to the place of beginning, con taining nui acros. About 4a acres ot tne above described tract have been set off as the dower es tate of Winifred Huddle, and the premises are to be sold subject to and encumbered by said dower. Said premises are appraised at tan per acre, and will be sold unon the following terms: One-half in hand, and the residue in one year, with interest, the payment to be secured by mortgage on the prajmueasold. ; i . ' ; .. .. , .-, ' r KiMir-tuuft. bwibujsk, . Adm'r of Milton Finks, deceased. Cox A Converse, Att'ya for Adm'r. Jan. !4,1864-WW. ' ' ' - ' ' Attachment Notice. Bunn Raiguel A Co., Pl'ffsi Court of Common Plea against 1 of J. R. Hare, Defendant. ) Franklin County, Ohio. qplIE DEFENDANT, J. B. HARE, OF X the State of Iowa, will take notice that Bunn Raiguel A Co., of Philadelphia, in the State of Penn sylvania, did, on the 6th day of November, 1868, file their petition in the Clerk's office of the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, in the State of Ohio, against the said J. R. Hare, setting forth that said defendant is indebted to the plaintiffs in the sum of t&50 with interest thereon from the 17th day of December, 1868, at the rate of ten per ocnt., on a certain judgment taken on the 17th day of Decem ber, 186S, in the District Court of Iowa,' within and for fioott county, and that an attachment ha issued out against aaid defendant in said action, and has beep levied upon the following described real estate, in whioh th. defendant owns an interest, the same being situate in Franklin county, in tbe Stat, of Ohio, ana n numbers 766, and in the oity of Columbus, to wit: Inlotr said defendant la required to appear and answer bj : the 13th day of February, A. D. 1864, or judgmenl i 7 in, m. Bio, sot, two ana oue, ana mat Will be taken against him. By G. G. COLLINS, Plaintiff's Attorney. dec lt-di&w6w. ' MRS. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, : ; Tyrniiney." " AND DEALER INr WvT,TT;wi".'''-i;ww: r.A'' Hoi 63 East Town Street, :. Valentiae Swigart's I state VrOTlCB IS MEBEBTT GirElt; THAT 1 the'iindeniftneoVhas this day bean appointed ndouaiified by the Probate Court of Franklin ooun' .... limn, ijim nmuntiv til ui. huu m wai.nr.ina tr, Ohio, administi Swigart.lateof Jet j,-. , - - - - , , - , . . owigart.iaie oi jenerson wwnsnip. m aia oounty. I1A64. DlHIIMI..iriW. HMt W V,WllHMn A Vl fel)4-diwJw A. J. MARTIN. STATEMENT Or TBE CONDITIO! OF THE . NORTHWESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY: On the 1st' day of January, 1864, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the Statute of thai flute entitled "An act to regulate Insurance Companies, not incorporated by the State of Ohio," pai.sd ; Aprils, 1850. ; t ( -. . ..... NAME ASD LOCATION. . . . i " Firstr-The name of the Company ia THE NpRTHWESTERN- INSURANCE COMPANY, and la lo cated in the eity of Oswego, State of New York. ' I. CAPITAL. geeond Tho amount of Ita Capital Stock la :. Third . , do do do do paid up, is H.-ASSETS. Fourth 1. Cash of the Company on hand and In hank 1. Cash in the hand of and due from Agents t; Real Estate unincumbered. .'. . '. .."............,'. !. 1 ...... . 4, The Bonds and Stocks owned by the Company, aa per vouchers accompa nrinc UVIT miUW, Mill UIO IBM VI iUIWtCSI, 1st, IT. 8. Treasury Note T 8-10 per cent. int.,....:.. u. 115,050 2d. Mortgage on vessel, 7 percent, interest Sd. 47 aharea Oawego Oaa Company'a stock 4th. ChioagojIowaANebraskait,R,Co,tperoent income bonds, 3,000 . Total Bonds and Stocks J................. S. Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage, on unincumbered real estate, as per vouchers accompanying , i. Debts otherwise scoured, aa per vouohers accompanying. None'. , . . 7. Debts for Premiums, other than those for which notes have been received 8. All other securities..., , Total assets of the Company. . III.-LIABILITIE3. Fifth The amonnt of Liabilities, dne or not due, to Banka and other creditors Sixth Losses adjusted anedue Seventh Lossea adjnsted and not due. Ninth Losses In auspenae, waiting for further proof.. Tenth All other claims against the Company r, i gn tu juosses unadjusted.. Total Liabilities. . :" Ivi-illtSCKLL'iNEOUS. Twelfth The greatest amount allowed by the rules to be InsiireuVIn any one city, town or village ' ;.i.v. Thirteenth The greatest amonnt allowed to be Insured in any one block 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 eom Tany transacts any businesa of Insuranoe in aaid State or States. Fifteenth The Charter, or act of incorporation of aaid company. Filed with Auditor of StstU. jjievrmu i ii w a,rMWBi uiuuii. iiiiuidu in iij uii STATE OF NEW YORK,) County cp Oswkoo. "' Theodore Irwin, President, and H. Warner White. Secretary of the Northwestern Insuranoe Company, being severally sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of the affairs of the said Company: that the said Insurance Company is the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual cash capital invested in Stocks and Bonds, or in Mortgages on Real Estate worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged; that the above desoribed investments, nor anv part thereof, are made for the benefit of anv individual exercising authority in the management of said Company, either as President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that the mortgages above de scribed have not been assigned, nor in any manner released or impaired by Said Company; and that they i ui uvi umviiuw vuivor. ui 00m luiumuca Subscribed and aworn before me, this 23d day of Stamp So.l . f Opficb of the Amrroa of State,) t.i v v ' . , . ... . . Columbts. 0. January SO, 1864. It is herehycertified that the foregoing is a eorreot copy of the statement of condition of the Northwestern Insurance Company of Oswrgo, N . Y y made to this offioe for the year 1864, and now on file here in IL. 8.1 Witness my hand and seal officially. ' ' JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. (To expire on the 31st day of January, 1863.) Whshshs, The Northwestern Insuranoe Company, filed in this office a sworn statement or its condition, as reai autte Insurance Compaaia not incorporated by tb. said Company has furnished tho undersigned satisfactory evidence . iuduiuui au,uu aiw adaaa linn 1 uriiiniitJia uiu uuuarBicurju uniiPiiHriuirv PiviiifnTai rntir ir iy nnasaaaaji ni BUXHUKhU TMUUHAWli UULUAKS Vt AU 1 in mortgages of real estate, worth double the amonnt I' I i I. . . ..re. : . . and waiving all claim o right of error, by reason of viumuitiij iw .me. ,ii km. umoo wriLivu iiivvruiiien. unucr it. corporate seal, signed by tne rresident and Secretary thereof, authorising any agent or agents of said Company in this State to acknowledge ser vice of process, for and in behalf of said Company, consenting that such service of process shall be taken and held to be as valid as if served urjon the comoanv. acconlin in th U r th;. . .... .k.. a.... Now, 1 hbhkfoee, in pursuanoe of tbe first aectlon of the aforesaid act, I, James H. Godman, Auditor of State for Ohio, do' hereby oetify that said Northwestern Insuranoe 'Company of Oswego, New York is authorised to transact th. businesa of Fir and Marin. Insurance in this State until the 31st day of Jan uary, in the rear one thou.and eight hundred and sixty-five. i i In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto eubaoribed my nam. and caused th seal of my office , IsKAL.I to, be affixed the day and year above written. ; . JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of Btat.: . ; ' II. R. BEESON, Ajrent, ; . COEtj'NIIilJS, OHIO. febJ . ''.',.., -I;.. ' $iso,ooo oa . l&O.Ooo oo $2i.a n 4,741 M 30.MI 17.037 CO U1WWU) Mf W1W AiiorwT. tU,6A3 oo 10,000 oo 1,175 00 260 00 29,178 08 99.0W 14 ' 901 10 79,637 80 tSH,S?8 23 . . None. . .None. (7,408 00 1R.87S 08 . 2,27s 91 2S.SM 97 Tiflft fc.,.,, $10,000 fa rule. No rule. None. wuifMl, TUEO. IRWIN. President. S. WARNER WHITE, Secretary. W. O. ROBINSON. Notary Public. January, 1804. ' AcniTOR of 8tatk's Office Nmrnivr. riv.iiivii.ii. 'f Columbus, Ohio. January 80, 1S84. locatedat Osw dat Oswego, in the State of New York, hu tion, aa required by the first scat Ion o. the act " To rf. k iiaiw iiinii. inaiesui anna m ihase ami aar Slate of Ohio," passed April 8, 18M; and, Whereas, that it is possessed of at least ONE UAb UAflTAlj INVESTED In stocks, nr In hnml. for which the same is moi . j .. . d.Whe rtttagedj an uron the comDanv. accortlins: tit th. i.w. nf .I,:. suoh acknowledgment of servioe. CHEAP GOODS -AT- HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO.'S, South High Street. i ' .! 1 ; 1 .: i' ... . ' Cloaks, Shawls. Furs, ; Rich Silks; Balmorals, Blankets, ' Flannels, Hoods, &c o J.;rd i-.ri t-s.y r. L SELLS. t t;, fog. ouitWee : : SELLS & GUITNER, Wholesale Grocers A- Comrnlsslo'ri Merchants. . DEALERS 1 1 N-r t IV! flour,! 8alt, Tish, Water, lime and Plaster SeuthM -orner Town and Fsurth Street,' i i , Oolkm.ltUBiv' O S'!-r. eellWtf " " . i '. :-:"! . ,TtTAKTEPA5l LOOKt'. STViry fanner t f f fl to gnw wt i.muo'S ooti-Aot,iug l.,!inl Loom 'la an art ids h( want to make and save u with Th turning of ao easy oranlc bv a man. woman ot ;noy;doM t a. - whole bminc s ot weaving 14 to 80 'yards in a nay; to io a ay can be earned by its l a ue.' State, County and Township Bight and Looms for sale. Address, with tamps, BRAN60N A EL- liiui. vnicagn, in. jan2)-dlyfap21'ij NEW HAT, CAP & FUR STORE. w E WII.I, OFFEB . AT Reduced prices, our stock of GREATLY : LADIES' MINK FITB, F1TGH FEB,' ' BIVEB PUNK, , CONT FCB8, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL, Etc. . CHILDREN'S WHITE CONY, . '; COLORED CONY, "IBEBIAN SQEIRBEL. SETS. LADIES' ' " ' Fur Trlm'd Skating' Caps. ladies . JTur Trlm'd Hoods. . ... LADIES J SIllc, Beaver &, Felt TIatm. T jX.t NOr 864 " South lllrh stroet, Southoa.t Corner f Ilia; a and Friend Btreeta, Oolxxxxiloxxan, O. . C. EBEHLY & CO. dec!3 ; ; BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. WHOLES ALU AXV RETAIL DEALERS lit ' FDTE AND STAPLE GKOCERIES For elgn V Domestic Fruits '. . . ... , .. . .. . ,,. ., ... ( ,y Clioico Family riorvr, . PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, ; s ;, ; FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. ; Country Produce taken in Exohang. fot .Goot'ai No. 73 SoutH IIleH St.' ;; Cnnxbus'phio,; ,,.;::' ' aW All Geedi deUvend fraa of ohare to any pi'? of th. oity. ; , ...... . -: ".f.--.,V; ri " PATID V. nEOOKB, 1 ' ' ' ' M. MKStflMr 'desT-nf .- ;: . a lISusc&':iMor,Cr.Ii!.; A COOtf' BBICK DWELLING Ittfl sC, ' containing twelv. rooms, and cellar, and other1 -oonveninoei w.ll, eistern, wood-bouse, ooal-housg and good atabi. For paxuoulars, lutUiteetNo. laaE.stOairftreet. aui-yw