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VOL. X. NEW SERIES.
COLU M BUS, OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRU ARY 6, 1864. NO. 191. The Ohio Star csraao: DAILY, TRI WEEKLT AND WEEKLY. 1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY . The Ohio Statesman Company. Office, Nos. 30, 83 and 40 Jforth High Street. , ,. . . TERMS. ,j , . (invariably in advance.) ; VMy.vtr w.... "... oo , bj tue iamer, per ween .Uko n-WMkly.DW mr feekly.singleoopy.on.ywtrv..., i oo n, . -. an momn l oo , linn of fonr copies, oo. year. . i V 00 ' " 11 aiv m.ntli. u Club of touooptei, on ;tsr i oo . six months Clnbs of twenty oopiei, on year '.! WW ' " . IK mrnlh. 11 nn fh an additional oopy to the party who tots up th. Ub of ten or twenty. 0i.TlWnvr.T'll a. .. t-i- w.oiui of. laiuume Discovery! niivrorj'S m m mm . m Ineoluble Cement ! Applleabl. to th. utful am. la of more general practical util ity than any invention now be- for. th. mitilift. If hcul hnan tboroushly tested during the last two years by practical men, and pronounced by all to be 1 SUPERIOR TO ANY Adbwive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Awthiin. la a new thinfr, and the reault of yean or study;' its combination is on Its Combination. Scientific Principle., And under no fliroumitanoes or- change of temperature, will it uvuuiufj ourrup or vum any w fenaive smell. Boot and Sho. ilanufaoturera. HOOT 4c NIIOE Manufacturers, nainij Mauhinet, will find itthhetrirHi!lknfivrn for Cementing the Channels, as 11 worm without delay, is not at fected by any chause of temper ature. , Jewalere. JEWELERS Will find it sufficiently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. It In especially ndapi eo to lesather. FamUl. And we claim as an exDecial merit, that it sticks Patched and at it atink P.tahnj nH Linings to Boots and Shoes sum- I biently Strang without stitching. IT IS THE ONLY illiquid. LIQUID CEMEIVI' extant, that Is a sure thing for - m.naing. Fnrnlture Crockeryf llone. Ivory, And articles of household use. RfZHEMIlER Remrabw, f Hilton's Insoluble Cement la in ft liquid form and as easily ... ... appueu aa imulv. Hiltoif s ' Insoluble Cement Is inaolnble in water or oil.: - Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres tP oily substances. FinU ' - Supplied in Family or Manufao- to 100 pounds. 'iIljLTOr BROS, & Co. PRoTlDENCE, R. t. Bold by Lord A Smith. Wholesale Druggists, 23 Lake street,- Chieago, Illinois, General. Western Agents, to whom all orders may b. addressed. nne 10. 1863-dly . LOOK HERE! FURS I FURS 1 FURS ! ' A SMALL ADVANCE FROM MANUFACTURERS' - " ! f COST PRICES! U ; "SIGN OF THE BLACK BEAR. 1 . . . 1 . . Russian Sable Sets t- Hudson Bay Sable Sets Rich Dark Mink Sets tone Marten Set, , , intcla Marten Bet, 8quirrelJet, Water Ittlnk Seta, . ;; Coatey Sets, T - . Fr ape ...-. Fsir oIInri, Children' Furs, ns E00DS, ' ' ; . fue iKiminios, . QSHT8 FUE COLLARS, ,i OEKTS' FUR GLOVES Gents' ITur Caps, Sleigh Robes, ,t sOturriaxre- Robea, Otxil'alo Xlot)e, '. ,.,, . '.I. :, S&Q.f sScd. Wishing toredao our Stock, we offer the above VOWU - - At Creat Bargains, i W have th. finest and largest stock ever broagh' to Columbus, , , ;.. ; . SMITH & CONRAD, 'IJevr ITeil House Block, ' 1 . ' ! ! 1 cox,inttBt;s( onto:; JanO-dtf. FURNITURE MANUFACTORY r'TlCQTl TTSTTER, HAVTJTO PTHCItis. tt J ' EI) th. en'.ir. stock and business of Messrs. .vbesxUagst 4 lirown la tb. Furniture Manufactory, Vi'Wtis ICa 'otrtl mgh siriet, irlllwtiiMitlt buintM ) tbt ' - 4 ; ' ' ''iXtWB STAND AS nEBETOtfORE, ad KfllbK tt. eitom'of th. eli r&trcras o th UMhiiimaAad a. vuaust smwrouy. au onsweM J ,'Hptilly attejaded tt. ' "i.:tnr."Bianuraotarsl or repaired, promptly - w hltUiim iaalso smgagsd in tb. basittt af an wbien be U giT iptolal nl pnmpt aKention apriMU . . . 1 . 1 " the ton th . ( for . STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION OF THE Manhattan Fire Insurance Comp'jr, On the 1st Jay of January, 1864, made to the Aud itor of Ohio, pursuaiit to the Statute of that State, passed April 8, 18M. . - . NAME AND LOCATION. . .i of the Company li MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, in the city of New I.-CAPITAL. The amount of iU Capital Stock In shares ' of 960 eaob, all paid up in cash, is $250,000 00- I 1 be amount of its surplus on band Janu ary 1. Ml... , 4. 164.0JJ43 Jwal amount of capital and surplus. . . .$504,043 43 II. ASSETS. ' . " . C,huof t,w Company 00 band and is bank... ondiand mor saaoi, at per rouohera an. AlltlTfi n il nar k.i.a AT a II Mim iSbilrKS Den iy 237.47s oo "'0n.a on demand, secured by aoDrored ooierau, tbe market value of whiob ,,:, m.72soo u i.t.iu premmmi in oourae or coUection, 81,400 60 Interest. t)t06 so Bank atoolu cwned by the Company. junuus uvTutKi ry me company ,AU her aeourities 18,440 87 . 168 M Total assets of the Company.'. $604,022 43 III.-LIABILITIES. josses adjusted and due..... None. .osflos adjuted and not due..; Nono loaxes unadjusted and in iimminsK 21,438 78 Losses claimed anil raimul All other claims ,. 7,000 00 637 60 1 lW.974 26 .' Total Liabilities ' IV. MISCELLANEOUS. The 'greatest amount Insured in any one nak, generally. i -....v ' The greatest amount allowed bv the rules iiB.000 to be insiued in any one oity, town or village, is not fined, the same being gov- ' ernod by the character of the buildings nd the facilities for extinguishing (ires. he greatest amount allowed to be insur ed in any one block. Governed in th. same manner as abuvo, our object being to scatter well our risks. .1 The amount of its capital or earnings do posited in any other State, as security lor losses therein, naming them, with the amount in each, and whether such company transacts any business of in surance in said State or States None, Ihe Charter or act of incorporation of sail company, March 23, 1821 On file. W. P. PALMER, PiWt. ANDREW J. SillTH, Secretary. "J nu county 01 r.ew 1 org. aa. 3 . t . . personally JPPeared before me this nineteenth day ?n'5anuBrryv1 1(1?t Fm- Palmer. President, and .... u. w. ...i 1 ii,.., unjirmij, ui tne itiunnatuin r ire Insurance Company, and soverally made oath that the above statement by them subscribed, is correct and triw, to the best of their knowledge and belief. Stamp 6cJ THUS. J. THORN ELL, (SCALJ Office op thi Acditor of State.) C 1. 1 ......... t 1 rum M. I 11 is nerepy oeriinou that the foregoing is a correct eopyof the Statementof Conditionof the Manhattan It is hereby certified that the foregoing is a correct Fire InsUrHtinil (Inmninv nf N.. V..-L. imade to this office for th. year 1S64, and now on file herein. , Witness my hand and seal officially. JAS.H.GODMAN, Auditor of State. 8IAL. bcndUnUATS OV AOMORITT. - ' (To elpire on the 81st day of January, 1865.) Auditoe of State's Office, Inhukanoi Department, Columbus, Ohio, January 26, 1884, Whereas, The Manhattan Fire Insurance Com- Kny. located at New York, in the State of New York, filed in this office a sworn statement of its condi tion, as required by the first section of the act "Toreg- uiaw insurance companies not incorporator! Dy the State of Ohio," passed April 8, 1856: and. Whereas, biu voiniwiy uu lurnisnea me unaersignea sstis factory evidence that it is possessed of at least ONE nUHLIK&LF 1HUUHASU DMiiliAKS OH' AU- TUAL CAPITAL INVESTED in stocks, or in bonds, or in mortgages of real estate, worth double amount for which the same is mortgaged; and. Whereas, said Company has filed in this office a writ-' instrument under its corporate seal, signed by Presidentand Secretary thereof, anthnriiinir inr agent or agents of said Company in this State to ac-' anowieage servioe 01 process; tor and In behalf of said Company, oonsentinv that snnh aenrlno nf nrn.. oess shall be taken and held to be as valid as if served upon tbe Company, according to the laws of this or other State, and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason of such acknowledgment of servioe. bow, ihbrefokb, in pursuance ot the first sec tion of the ! 1 ... ' , ; ; t j ' , act. I H. HODMAN. Auditor of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that said. Manhattan Fire insurance Company of New jork, u authon Bed to transact tbe business of L':u ..J t : 1 ... . . . . . 1 .1 thirty-first dar of Jsnuarr, in the year one thousand eight hundroi and sixty-five. uo uu jiieuiuo iiuunuwc 111 mis oiaie uniu me tl U$ZTM2 of my office to be affixed the day and year ) above written. JAS. H. UODMAN- Auditor of State. STAURING Ac BOWDALL, . . Agents, Deshler building, Corner of High and Town streets; Columbus, Ohio. Term RlakSJ taken on hnildinr and anntMits one, five, seven or ten years. janw-aiw 1 VM. II. RESTIEAUX, SUCCESSOR TO MoKEE A KESTIEAUX No. 106 South High Street OOXiTJMBTJSr , .. DEALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, Foreign & Domestic Fruits, FLOUR, SALT, UQUROS, Ac Storage and Commission. Ilrw-tf RICHARD KENNEDY, "'' "''7 -DEALER; IN-' -' -V ; ! Books, Periodicals; Stationery, , PICTUBESFAJrCT AETiaESflBTCf No. 60 South High Street, ': " :SnX Door to the Postoffio., : C0LUKBU8, OHIO. eemu-dlr i NEWJTIRM. ; I ROSE & DEEM, merchant Tailors, Cre Town A IUh Sttu HAVING ASSOCIATED OURSELVES together nnd tb. above named firm, forth. purpose of earring on the aoove namea easiness, we ask the attention of the Publio to our large, rich and well slo"td stock 1 ox booiis in ear line, w keep constantly on band a full assort tnent of the bent siade anil stvle at Cloths. . h .nimeree and y eatings; also,, a iui stock of . UsntA' Furnishing floods. V a irnS in kminnu nersonallr. do Our own eutting, and warrant the best fits and finest wnrK. , tpuokal atden Uoa is psaa to Mtuey u meeni- J. I II II IVIAVAAA .LJLJLWO REPORTED EXPRESSLY forth. STATESMAI For at Nltrht'a DLpatclaea aee 3d f ( Morning and Noon Dispatches. News via Washington. v v v , k tv. . , York, I eu. 5. The Times' snecml wiii if ooiiiiiwu tui, nujn. j 111-ovurcutry Governors of the loyal States, informing them that all men enlisted into the Trcrulur I 1.-. ol 1 cmn ..iii 1.' 1 "IT OIIH.V kJVUbUlUULI UU A(71le, W lit UC VI CM"" Urt.i nnnn t in.nnti nf GtntA in wrt.tni they were enlisted. A list of all men en-, listed In the regular army by recruiting of-ii"(?aic,he fleers under tallr commands from SeDfemi' ber 3d, 1862, to January, 1864, giving names men, and wherever they can do so, the . . . . , , district in which they were enlisted, has Deen lorwaruea to several 'atate caDitals, Hereafter, tri-monthlv reports of men thus enlisted will be forwarded to the State au thorities, such reports to commence from January 1st, 1864. It Is rumored In milltiirv p.irr-lp I. rhnr. when the Army of the Potomac is reorgan - ized it will be formed into three grand divis- Ions with separate cavalry forces. The TTprnl.rs snnrl,,! fYnm Wni.lnn 4th, says: The Legislature of Virginia, in session at Alexandria, failed to elect a Sena tor Tuesday, in consequence of the absenco of members. Yesterday the election , was Indefinitely postponed. 'I'l. .. 1 1- !..! . t -.-i a . .... .....,. iuo jimmies e (wviui Knye; lowers iroiu Europe show a strong tendency in the Gov- ernment financial circles of "France and Knef and to ai ont the svstpm of nrroniv an,T .,.ti iif ,i.f..i. " aim iiMtiuiiai i.j.ciib r 1111:11 iiitn uui lUllUL'U such miracles In sustaining the vast expen- ditures of our war. -1 Some months ago we stated on the au I thority of an officer attached to the U. S. ' steamship Tuscarawas, now in European waters, that Mr. Laird was solicited to sell his rams to the British Government. The story has been repeated sliice, and a propo- sltion refused. A naval officer, however, has received a letter from a European cor- respondent, stating that the English Gov ernment and Mr. Laird differed about the price of the vessels, and if the Government will give figures stated by him they can have the craft, notwithstanding statements to the contrary recently published by Brit ish newspapers. The World's special from Washington 4th, says: A committee of five, renresent- ing the New York Bank of Commerce, have arrived here to obtain tiie necessary legis lation 10 turn over me ecock 01 mac dhuk to form a new national bank, the present bank representing a capital of $12,000,000. At a reirular Democratic caucus Hon. J. L. Dawson, of Pennsylvania, President, and iHon N Pprrv of Npw Jprspv Spnrptarv A, , 1? .H' J e, , 0rSejl He.0""6" held last night, the only important business transacted was tne announcement of the following committee to prepare an address to the country. It is composed of one mem ber from each Congressional Democratic Sweet; New Hampshire, E. D.'Marcy; Connecticut, E. English; New York, P. Kernan ; New Jersey, Wm. Wright ; Penn sylvania, C. R. Buckalew; Maryland, B. G. Harris; Ohio, George Bliss: Keutucky, W. II. Wads worth; Indiana, Thomas A. Hen dricks; Illinois, James C. Allen; Missouri, William A. Hall; Michigan, A. C.Battsman; Wisconsin, J. 8. Brown ; California, J. A. McDougall ; Delaware, Willard Saulsbury. The Washington Republican, In a leader this afternoon headed "Suggestions," coun sels further prosecution of the war, reviews the results of previous campaigns and ad vocates a vigorous effort to overthrow re bellion in Virginia as of prime importance, and advocates a campaign up James river, and holding that occupation of James river would place at our mercy the Petersburg railroad and even the railroad from Rich mond to Danville, and would cause the evac uation of Richmond. I 1 Rumors about a New Commander for Army of the Potomac Desertions. Gen. Thomas Is to be 'assigned to the com Jseal.J mand of the Army of the Potomac, and ! flon. Hooker will succeed Thomas In the ir.Gm!W v A T I. ,nrt fl,f Gen. Hooker will succeed Thomas in the field. Cuuepper C. Feb. 4. There is a ru mor here to the effect that Gen. Hunter is to take command of the Army of the Poto mac. On trains yesterday and the day before there were large numbers of deserters en route to Washington, where they will take the oath. . Notwithstanding the mud deserters con tinue to flock into our lines. Twenty-nine deserters from Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi regiments came into Gen. Gregg's lines two days ago, some of whom have been thirty days and others two weeks ana less in tne mountains, xney report the mountains full of deserters striving to reach our lines, between which and themselves the rebel cavalry are con stantly scouring the country. X ty Foreign News. Halifax, Feb. 5. The Arabia, from Liv erpool 23d, and Queenstown 24th ult, ar rived this morning. - . I'olltics unimportant. . , Paris Bourse Arm; Rentes 66f. 35c. Paris, Feb. 24. Before assuming the reins of government, Maxlinillian will await the return of the Mexica i deputation who offered him the crown Oct. 3d, with the vote of the Mexican nobles and protest of certain citizens, headed by , the . Arch Duke, who demanded that the vote of the nobles be attested by a vote of the Mexican principal counties. The mission of the French expedition will be accomplished by the middle of January. $ ; ' . Maximilian not only accepts out win im mediately assume the scepter and visit Paris as Emperor of .Mexico. ..., LATEST. London. Jan. 24.-Consol closed at OOTii Breadstuff's dull and unchanged.' Provis ions quiet and. steady. Petroleum ; easier. American securities tending upward; Illi nois Central shares 24(323 discount; Erie The Danish Question is unchanged. It was exDected the Danes would defend Dan- nerrtcK to the last extremity. . . : , ;. ;. . Destructive Fire. LociBvrLiA Feb. 5-At two o'cloclr this mornlnir the steamer D. G. Tavlor took fire in the oil rooma It is supposed to be the work of an Incendiary. She was owned in fctr. LoatB and valued at thirty-two thousand dollars insured ror tixreen tnousana. nj. flames communlcsted to thetowboatReleo, eotAumtng hef. ' Shd was valued at ?20,000 00 in nticeThe Tivlorhad even fimi. oretlU'. ci commlarv store for. Ah" viUe, which, 1b tliouatid dollars loss to tne uovarameut. cant. unoaes ana-xmki- neer Jones, of Plttsburgund another, un known, lumped off' the boat and were prob ably drowned. A negro boy of the-Taylor Is musing, jjoui coats area total 106S. I Burning of Colt's Pistol Factory. Hartford, Conn., Feb. 5. Colt's pistol 'factory Is in flames.. The loss will be immense. SECOND DISPATCH. was destroyed. Seventeen hundred work Ikw mo., xrw v. Several lives have been lost bv the falling in of the roof of one of the buildings of lilt's pistol factory. The low is believed to exceed half n in 111 inn rlrtllam Inanrml or 5o,ooo. The new building in which uHuiiiu mien ai c iimuc naneaTCUi original bulldlncr, with all machinery, etc, q Work. - ' Attack on Newbern. I0-daJr. a messenger has Just arrived with Qe-Butler Newbern, Y"-'1'.?..- M- : Newbern Js attacked and Fne rebel nave uus rauroaa between New of pern and Moorehead City, but may be forced tn M.Htni tt Vrifi- Manin rrhattBiiMiDiul.HJ Baltimore. Feb. S.The followtnc haa . , , - - ' C 1 iwc own rvctuvcu iroin j oiTresR Aionrof; captured the gunboat Underwriter and de- stroyedhcr. As long as we can keep the river open we are an rigm. "Wheeling, Va, Governor B. received the loilowing from Gen. Kclley this morn. .lnJJv , . , lt, , I, nave Just received a dispatch from Col. Mulligan. After six hours' lighting, he has dr,v?u the enemy from Moreficld, and his p,n VM niii-sninc am wiu uhurn v on. (raged 1" lit. 11 n. tS't. .... w ilii iwsBvi uii uiu poum f via. ul date of the dispatch. New York, Feb 5. The Herald's special from "In Held, VlTpat. "Vlrorlnto Arh unva Our fnmps have ovprfjikpn flip pnpmv at th j iw?5l 8 ft ? XSl V. 1" f ,,D1"""' uu.u"""f tne crossing 01 me river, uur lorces are t.r . T 1 ' iin 1 . t . JSr. : uasjust open- Washington, Feb. 5. The rumors of a difficulty between the U. 8. and France are without foundation. 1 ' BENNO SPEYER'S BANKING HOUSE, . v. ... .., ,, . ' Commission, ; Forwarding and Notarial Office, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY FOB THI Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers, . ... .: . . ; . AMD ALSO . . . ; . RAILROAD TICKET 'AGENCY, '' EAST tVEST. ' ' NX. Vand 9 Wert Third Street, ""' (Corner Main.) OlZXOlXXXLAtl, O eU.issa-tf "WATER PE00F CIRCLES, "yADE in tb. most stylish manner, for sale by ' MCI A SO?(, ' Nos. 9S to M Sonth High Street. OE.-VTS' PAPER COEEARS OF the best and strongest makes. Also, Gents' and Bovs' Linen Collars in all the fashionable shapes. Paper Wrist Bands, Ladies' Paper Collars and Cuffs, Gents' Neck Ties of all kinds. , Not. 23 to 39 South High Street. IMPERIAL, SHIRTS. THE pattern 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 ruaranteea wen maae. uoys onirts ana oninuoi ars. fient.'s Cotton Flannel Drawers. Under Gar ments in scarlet, whit, and mixed Merino of the very quality. ' ISA 1.1 BSj.w, Not. 33 to 29 South High Street. LADIES and CENTS' Enarlish and German HOSIERY of the very best qual ity; also Children's Hoisery in great variety. French Woven Corsets. . , HASis ac sun, Nos. 23 to 39 South High street. AEE X ANDRE'S Plain and Embrold. ered Kid Ulove.sr Also Undressed Kid Gloves with Embroidered Bsftks, Misses Kid Gloves. is aiiv dc sun, Nos. 23 to 29 South High street. TJEAIW Bine and Brown Foulard 1 Kilk. Also elezant Plain and Fancy Silks for KtrMtt anil Evening llresses. Extra heavv Black Corded Silks for Basques and Dresses. Seeded Silks. Nos. 23 to 29 South High street: lAHI.E EIltENS, eons sting of Damasks. Ta- Jl ble Cloths, Napkins and D'Oytios in great varie and at reasonable prices. Also, w ine uamasai and Fruit D'OyliM, Turkish Bath Towels, Lace Cur- tains, Ot., msjkbiv a ov:,f jmos. va -w aoum uign street. EEEOANT EACE OOODS. THREAD and French Laoe Barbes. Black and White Barb. Lao. for Sashes and Tnmminrs. . PMnt Laoe Collars and Sets. . , , . . Valenciennes Laces. Collars and Handkerchiefs. Thread and Freneh Lace Veils. Real Thread Guipure and 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. Ruohes for Trimmings. Heading ana 1 ooungs. Point Applique Lace in all widths. HA ix a; soii;, janltW " ' Nos. S3 to 29 South High street. CHEAP PASSAGE TO AND FBOst GEEAT BRITAIN & IRELAND, TAPSCOTT BROTHERS CO'S Emigration it Foreign Exchange Office . 8 South Street, New You. DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND, SCOT i , . . hAU JLHU WAtiliS. I I ( ' CAMOOTT'I FAVOWtH LIK Or" 'I Liverpool Packet. Salla every Three ' 1 t - Bayo. : 1 1 rails vebt kn DAVt. ' ! Parties wishing to send for their friends or remit t money to the Old 0on4iy, oan do 10 at th. lowest '' W. bMv, THOMPSON CO., febt-w3m: , BANKERS. COLUMBUS.- ;, MRS,;I. A; VAN .HOUTEN,1! v"; Milliner,; ; :AND DEALEIl IS . . ' l " ' '.;,:: '.' ' 1 Ko: 63 Xut Tqw Etreet,; Ooluxa'tstiaie e(P8s-dir- mi I T Ain ACTIIORIZED US JOIIIT Si J. HALL to inspect and purchase Leaf Tobaoo. for bin. I ean bfoaad am. farm of Samuel Gnlloway, on th. Johnstown road, or at th. oOtoeof HalL Id c uotnpany, new in x-Buiwnuary. ' . j! : : ; I. I STATEMENT OF TBI CONDITION OF TEI. ,. NORTHWESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY; 5J'1,?J'SidT Jnfy. 1864, madeto the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to th. Statute of that Stat. April 8 ISM We-"1! lnsurane. Companies, not incorporated by tbe Stat, of Ohio," patsed NAME AND First-Tb. nam. of th. Company it THE NORTHWESTERS INSURANCE C0MPAr. n4 is lo cated in th. oity of Oswego, Slat, of New York. I. Seoond Th. amount of its Capital Stock is. Iiri do do do do paid ' ' II. f '. j ; Fourth 1. Cash of tb Company on band and in ,, ,r . Cash in tbe hands of and due from VmM r.t. MI.E .UJ 1 i, Th. Bonds and Stocks ewoed by th CompamyVupr vou'e'hirs'ac'pa'nyinr how secured, and the rat. of interest thereon, to wit: si- J'-r 1st. U. 8. Treasury Notes T HO per cent, int Sii. Mortgage on vessel. 7 percent, interest l " abares Oswego Gu Company's stock 4th. Chioagojowa 1 Nebraska &. .. Co, 7 percent inoome bonds, 3,000 ,ToU1 Bondsand Stocks... 6. Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage, on unincumbered real estate! as Mr Touohers aocompaoying , J. Debts otherwise secured, as per vouchers accompanying. None. ' 7. DebU for Premiums, other than those for which notes have been received 8. All other securities Total assets of the Company IU LIABILITIES. S!ft.'?The nn?' of Liabilities, due or not due, to Banks and other creditors. Sixth Lossos adjusted and due Seventh Losses adjusted and not due. . ." jgigntu boeses unadjusted Ninth Losses in suspense, waiting forfurtber proof Tenth All other claims, against the Company ,1 . , Total Liabilities. ' "iV.-MISCELlAtllofis!-' Klerenth The greatest amonntlnsured in any one ri.Hs:... . '' Twemn The greatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in any on. oity. town 'or Jhirteenth The greatest amount allowed to be insured inany oni'bl'ok"'-''''-' " ourteenth-lhe amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other State, as 'security , for losses therein, naming them, with the amount in eaoh, and whether such eoin- di JnX, fransacUauy business of Insurance in said State or States Fifteenth 1 be Charter, or act of incorporation of said eompany. Filed with Auditor of State STATE OP NEW YORK.J .. County of Oswkuo, ( niTL I : II .' . ( , mr mi kinr?-J M ,r 1 l,,nai wnite.Hecretar.vorthe Northwestern Insurance Company. being severally sworn, depose and sa; orn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of the affairs ny: that the said Insurance Company is the bona fide owner of at least One Hundred of actual cash capital invested in Stocks and Bonds, or in Mortgages on Real Estate imount for which the same is mortgaged: that tbe above descriliediniiH.tm.nt. 01 me saia tompai Thousand Dollars worth double the amount part thereof, are made 1 e for the benefit of any company, either aa President, beoretary, Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that the mortgagwi aliove de tonbed have not been assigned, nor in any manner released ortmpaired by Said Company: and that thev are the above described officers of said Insurance Subscribed and sworn before me, this 23d day of iStamp 5o.l Officof thkAcditor of Stati.J It is herebycertified that the foregoing Is a correct copv of the statement'of TOnd'Uo'nhYNowaiterii lanVomwr of Oswego, N. Y made to thU office for the year 1884, and now on fl 2 herein . Lh. s.i Witness my hand and seal offloially. JAS. H. G0DMAN, Auditor of State. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. (To expire on the 31st day of January, 186S.) w i,ti .miMni intnrsno. Company. Died in this office a sworn statement of its oomfition, Uiatelnsuranoe Companies not incorporated by the said Com' HUNDRE k.. r:,i.i..j 5i.T-Ji.j'. ZZllZLirl)L. 111 murines 01 rcai estate, wonn aouoie tne amount X', n' ... ;. . ,.J SlXTJWIMWSW.'RW TBnVJf If 9 "WVtor? S4noS t J' J' L Possessed of at feast OA' and feeorelary thereof, authorising any agent or agenU of said Company in this State to wuuiiwi umo uiou 1 11 uis uiiice a written instrument nnnee ir. mmm, ... I ji v.wo, lurauu iu oenaii 01 earn company, consenting that such service of Mil flAlri tt ft . v.liH mm t a.n.ul hm. . I. . . ... ! . . i i . .. , and waiving all claim or nvhtnf m h mm r,f .nkn-ilj . 1Z,"W. l"""1!" in pursuance 01 me nrst secuonot tne aforesaid act. I. James H Gnd'min AmUta. fnlM l0' d0. fe' Jt said Northwestern Insurance SSXii ( Osweio?"' Y?rk 1 authorised to transact the business of Fire and Marine Insurance in this State nntU thVust dav oi Jan nary, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. unlu 9m dr of J- l.'f . !L -o;tn!J,.?rhSre"' jhT terennl,nb8ribmynam.ndoansIth.sesJof my offic. jSKAi. J to b. affixed th. day and year above written. , ' wmm JAS. H. G0DMAN, Auditor of Stat. II. It. BEESON, Atrexit, , feM OOEEMBES, ODJO. '.'. '.It CAPITAL. np, is , ASSETS. '.' ' bank. ..;.'."... Agents........ ..150,009 0. ,. UDfitt M , ,7M M . 9831 tS Xtfii! M Amocnt. tl&,3 09 10.000 00 1,176 00 irUO 09 .ll.OSO t,7tM M,0Mlt 01 10 . 79.437 BO .qj ,878 23 ...None. ...None. , 7,00 0. 1S,87S 00 2.27S91 tvixovr 1 ' ; . , . ............ 110,000 No rule. No rule. None. ... . LOCATION. s is mortgaged; that tbe above describedinvestments, nor anv individual exercising authority in the management of said Company, THEO. IRWIN, President. ' -S. WARNER WHITE, Seoratary. W. G. ROBINSON, Notary Public. January, 1884. Aduitur or Stiti's Ofticia Insdrimoi Dcfaithin ' COLUMSDB, Ohio, January 30, lstt.) looatedat Oswego, la th fitsM of New Vm-W I 1 rnired by the first seet ion ' the act " To re. State :7.-.rm -rJ""v!. 'r" i; ana, wnei INVESTED in stocks, or In bond, or for which the same is mortgaged and, Whereas, said teal. ujr toe rresiaens acknowledee ser- process shall be taken any other State, ui sorvice. CHEAP GOODS -AT- HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO.'S. J230 dk3 232 South High Street. Cloaks, Shawls, Furs, Rich Silks, Balmorals, Blankets, , Flannels, Hoods. &c . JOB. VITKK t. A. SILLS. : SELLS & GUTTNER, Wholesale Grocers f AND , Commission Merchants. Flour, Bait, Fish, Water Lime and Plaster ;8ltitoMt arnTown4 rarth StroW - " ' i-siltl ii i..,iS I, ?m., '1 , iiLl': mm a VWIt-lt awn nmt to . VV tt A" y ""ry larmer v v s. nw uat wtnoi seii-Aeting Hand Loom is an article ha wants to make ana u minuttth 5h. turning of crank by taitu, woraaa ar poy.Soei th whole business of weaving U to M yarns in a nan to io a day ean 0 earned by its as. -Stte.CoatyandTowahipRihndIoms t.r5ufd(lrn!twit,t"I. BKAN'SON A lit liiui. vmcago, 111. - jaa2Vdlyfap2m NEW HAT, CAP & FUR STORE. W orrER at KMuoed prices, our stock of GREATLY LADIES' jrillVK FURS,' riTCn FEBS, BIVERWIJIK, CONYFUHS, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL. Etc. CHILDREN'S WHITE COXY, COLORED CONY, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL SETS. LADIES' Fur Trlm'd Skatlnff Cap. ' . LADIES' v . ' Pr Trim'tl Hood. J LADIES' - Silk, Beaver & Felt II(tt. -A.t N"o. V Sonth High street. Ssmtt.... r- 1 of High Md friend Street., C. EBERLY & CO. dec U. ,:".' BROOKS, STEARNS & CO VaOLXSAUl AMD Mtah. pxaum in FINE AND STAPLE GROCERIES Foreign & Domestic Fruits, Choice Family .Flour, URE WINES AND LIQUORS, v ; ' , PQR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. : .t CcmntryProdnc taken inExcnang for Good. ( No.' ft73 8outh lHffn ist. CoIumbtis,01iio. M"AU Goods delivered fre af obargt teloypaT ojTth.oH. ' . . . , . ,v; rrn,w. ntott,y ' . otnt TEAwe , ;'. r ' . MEWOK."- - ) ' "' . ,-ltot-f - . ; -v , : .'X Home iJj6t tot Pnle. V OtrOD BRICK DWEl.tlNO I301S3, 2m. : eentainiM tsreiFe rooais, aod eellar, aud uur oonrenienees, well, cistern, wnod-bemn, tnU-io, and good stable. For particulars, luquusaiio. Ibi East Gay street. - . n2-JJw