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VOL. X. NEW SERIES.
7;' COLUMBUS, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING; FEBE UARY 10, 1864- if NO.194. V I Tiie Ohio Statesman: DAILY; TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY; j ''" "J PRINTED AND PUBLISITED BV 1 I .The Ohio Statesman Company. . Office,1 Nos. 30, 88 and 40 North High Street. i (INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.) .$6 00 lJXo . 8 00 Carrier, perrek....'i rl-Weekly, Mr year eWj,inglopy,onyar.. " " .it months.... . 1 00 . 1 00 7 00 . S CO U 00 rMnK nf fnnr eonles. on. rar. ". " i . six mouthl... Clnbi of teneopies, one year Clabiof twenty oor)ie. one retr , S 00 80 00 16 00 ... j -..: . : , six months With in additional enpy to the Darty who get no lb. Club of ton or twenty. j I!. .f jJT Yi 7 1.) :l tiU AT DlSCOVWT, I. .'-, t Applicable to the j useful art. A. new tWpf. It Combination. Boot and Shoe Alanufaoturers. Jeweler. Families.. Illiquid. Bemember. 7 FlnU. I Sold liyLord 4 Lake street, Chicago. i': Agents, to whtfrn' all .lu une 10, Useful & Valuable - Discovery! ; Insoluble Cement J It of more general praotical util ity than any invention now be fore the public. It has been thorouKhly tested during tbelast two years by practical men, and pronounced by all to be I SUPERIOn 'to ANY Adhesive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is a new thins, and the result of years ot study; its oomuioaiion is on ; . Scientific Principle, And under no circumstances .or change ot temperature, win it .become corrupt or. .emit aiiy of fensive ,oieU.. Manufacturers, using Machines, will find it the best article known for Cementing the Cbnriuels, as it works withoutdela.v, is not af fected by any change nf temper ature. . JITWKI.EHS i ' Will find it suffieiently adhoiive for their use, as has been proved. It In especially ml u pl ea to Eicatiier. - - And we claim as an especial merit, that it sticks Patchoj and Liuinn to Boots and Shoes suffi ciently strong without stitching. " "' IT IS THE ON'LY j extant, that is a snre thing fur i mending i ! Furniture, Crov leery, . Toy . , Hour. , . Ivory, And articles of household use. - RraiiBiiucR Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is In a liquid form anil as easily ) ,IWU01NWWI. Hilton's Insoluble Cement la insoluble in water or oil. I Hilton's Insoluble- Cement Adheres y oily subsunpa. I. . Supplied in Family or Manufac turers', packages (am nces to 100 pounds,1" ' 1 . v- .....l. 1 UUTTOIV BROS,4VCa. nSTlDENCE, R'. i. Smith. Wholesale Drucjistn. IS Illinois. General Western order may be addressed. ' , .. - v ' j!',,! iff . ll lOOKHEBEt FURS I FURS! A SMALL ADVANCE FRODI MANUFACTURERS' ... , COST f RICES I., ., n! v I .5IGM;0F THE BUCK BEAR. d'i : I. . ' , 1 f II r ' ' ' '" ' WStt in h Russian 8able Sets, ' ' . : ; Hudson Bay Sable Sets, .oi -Rich Dark Mink Sets'; tone JiHarteu 6et, . .. i ; ITitoli. Marten Sets. ii ... if.;'. ' Squirrel Set. . fFater Mtvk Set, :j : , -r. ' Camay Beta, - ' '' "' ;Fr Cope, t Far Collars), '. .' V; j "-;.'.":: " ChUaren,. Fura, 'TUB hoods, ' ; -' ' " Vl ''' ' " " TUB, TEIMMINOS, ' ', " .' n ; ,ri ... . ., j., , GENTS' FUR C0LURS, . . V . .. v GENTS' FOE GLOVES -- i ' ' i : ', Crent', Fur Caps, ' Sleigh Hobe. Carriage Holies.- . Tv .Buffalo Bobes, Wishing to rednee onr Stock, wo offer tba abw wvus 'At Great Bargains. "" We have the finest and largest f took over brought to Columbus. . .v ..')..' v l v I '''CAI.APi:i EXAMINE. : sMrrn . & conrad, Nctt Neil House Block, . c .coisomus, onio. .Japt-Atf. I j.-- W-.'.-.-.H -h .U FUBttllUBEn.HUFACTORY -TTJaCOB tTSITEB, IIAVHTO PUBCHAS. I ED the entire MUtilt and. business of Messrs. hpejUafA Brown fa fin FiirittuvMMwolMr Yl:jSo,lV Bonth Ulffk Street, ' yojtii(u tli bsinee at th ' ! "'.'! ','- h- ti" BjAXIS TA A8. lIEBETOrOE, 'd solioits lie onitom of tho old Mtron of the ffKirihinnptand the mihlia ceneraUju A.U busines ; Pwriotttnlly .attended to. ;nd Furniture manufactured W, repalr4 bromjjtlf ', t-aoeordiii to order, t ., . , ' , . .f ,1. s isiiEH is also enmeed in the business . of a ; M. l'l' whii-h ho will fir rrecialand prompt sKenuon. : BBNNO SPB YISR'S BANKING HOUSE, ; Commission, Forwarding1 and notarial Uince, , GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY ' . ii qr thi . ' Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers ' J.AND ALSO 'I 00 Ut-l w RAILROAD TICKET 'AGENCY, ' EAST AJVI WEST. ' . Hon. 7 and 0 West Third Street, . ; ' , l (Corner Main.) 7 .' ' . 1 013.olxxxxa.tl, O. Cl.lMt-tf VM. H. REST1EAUX. SCCCKSSOR TO McKEE A KESTIEAUX i : i . . : IVo. 100 South lllfth Street, OOXjX73VXZ3rri9, '' . DEALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, Foreign 8c Domestic Fruits, FLOLtt, SALT, LiqtllOS, Ac. Storage and Commission. iin-tf ... . RICHARD KENNEDY, -DEALER IN Books, Periodicals. Stationery, PICTURES, FANCY ARTICLES, ETC., i No. 55 South High Street, Next Door to the PostofBce, COLUMBUS, OHIO, j oett8'8Mly MRS. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, , Milliner, ' " " AND DEALER Iff. 'e, . - ' MILLINERY & FAHOY .GOODS, No: 68 East Town Street,', Oolumbuas, O. oot30'S-dly ' WATER.PE00F CIRCLIS, JADE In the most stylish manner, for sale by i ,,. .jiAir st. sor, ' -. . Nos. 23 to 3 South High Street. CUTrS' PAPER COLLARS the but and itrrtnrMt malrM. AMn ' HnnrJl' shapS ' w7i?tBand7 'PJl 'V Scuffs! t&uMllilita?" No. S3 to W South High tttreet. IMPERIAL, SHIRTS. nPHE pattern of these shirts is new, the Rodiea. A. Yokes, Sleeves and Bosom are formed to flit the . r i . r i . . . SSrnAeTm.. Ty.h.'soi-'. ars. (ient. s Cotton flannel Drawers. UndacUar- menta in scarlet, whit and mixed Merinoof the tery best quality. ' ' ' ) . Noa. 13 to 29 Bouth High rltreet. LADIES' and GENTS Ena;llh and German HOSIERY of taevcry best qual ity; also Children's Hoisory in groat variety. French Woven Corsets. ' - HAH dc KOIV. ; Nos. S3 to 89 South Higbstreet. A VS-PF'.8 p,a,n .?n4T mrol5 (VMwHhtoS HASH 43C SON, e Nos. to 39 South High street. -J TlIiAIN Blue and Brown Foulard Also eleirant Plain and Fancr Silks for 1 Silka. Street and Erening Dresses. Extra heavy Black Corded Silks for Basques and Dresses. Seeded Silks. Nos. S3 to 89 South High street! ; rpABLE LINENS, consisting of Damasks, Ta- j. . ule Uloths, napkins and U uyues in great varie ty and at reasonable prices. Also, Wine Damask, ijr villi rawuiwvi. pnuuo. mou , iiid Auiaafk. and Fruit D'Oylies, Turkish Bath Towels, Lace Cur- Nos. S3 to 29 South High street. t . ELEGANT LACE OOOIS. j THREAD and Frenoh Lace Barbes. '' 1 I Black and White Barbe Lac for Sashes and Trimmings. ' Point Lace Collar, and 8et. '" ' 1 ' '' '. Valenciennes Laces, Collars and Handkerchiefs. ' i Thmiut .nd FrAn.h Ijumi Veils. Real Thread Qaipureand Blond Lace Edgings. Black Yak Laoe Inserting for Dress Trimmings. Lace Collars and Sleeves in Sets richly trimmed. Whit Blond Laoes for Veils and Dresses - j Ruohes ior Trimmings. Beading and Footings. - Pojp(AvpUauoIja(!ei in aU widths. . ) ..'" : BAIN 4X SON, -t JanlBW- ' i Nos. S3 to 9 South High street. i, i n i .: i t, ; , i- - i f NEW FIRM. 1- i RODE & BEBTvI,; "Merchant Tailors, c: Corner Town AcIIIrIi Sta. . HAVING ASSOCIATED Ot'B JEEVES together under the above named firm, for the purpose oi tarrying on mis auov. dmun uubiqcbb, we uk the attention of the public to our large, rich; and woli selected .stook of Goods in our line. We keop constantly on baud a full assortment of the. best grades and styles ot uiotns. uassnnore, and tftn TWlOB aUU outivb ui vwifjo, voontivD ""va ifestmas: alao, a lull' stock of Oenta' Frnishine oodi." We attend to business personally,' do our v esiu Awn Aiitfin. and warrant, the best flta and finest work. EBpeoialattoutiou is paid to Military Offioert'j cl1;' ?:o9fiBEF ; An Al'THOHIXED Ilti JOHN S. 1. liAlilj to iiispectand purahaie Lettf Tobacco for. him. ' Icsnbefuuudatthel'armof Ssmuel Ontiowajr, on th Joiinstowu road, or at) the otiice of Hall. Ida tCompsnr, near th. I'.nitentjsir, WMtt - I). BUTCHER TELEGRAPHIC. KEF0BTED EZFBESSIT itor the STATESMAN - 7 u or saesnifrnt'e vipaicneee3apge Morning and Noon Dispatches. The Expedition in Virginia—Attempt to Surprise Richmond. ; . , j ; Fortress Monroe. Feb. 8. The expedi- tlon having returned, we are permitted to state tho following facts: On Saturday moniinir Gen UtAtlaa fwnna iintA mand of Brig. jren. f initir iimrcnua irom iiri..A. i. j .. i orktown via New Kent Court House. The SlV.ftSfaCt i viJU'Huiiuiiiiiiy ttru uiiirs irum xviiriuijuna. ( liickahoininv. ten ni 'l. I. 1., . . tl 1 ! .1 1 for the purpose or making a rata into JilcM mnaMuBaeweTHrg' oy surprise to lib erate our prisoners there. - The cavalry reached the bridge at the time appointed. I marching In sixteen and a half hours forty- seven mues. a inrce 01 mianiry iouoweu in their rear for the purpose of supporting tiiem. It was expected to surprise the ene my at Bottom's bridge, who had lor some time only a small picket there. The sur prise failed, because, as the llichmond Ex aminer to-day says, a Yankee deserter gave Information in Kichmond of an intended movement of the enemy. They had felled a large amount of timber so as to block up and obstruct the fords and make it impossi ble for our cavalry to pass. After .remaining at the bridge from two o'clock until twelve, Gen. Wistar ioined them with his infantry, and the whole ob ject ot the surprise having neen cleleatcU, j Gen. Wistar returned to Williamsburg. On the Inarch back to New Kent Court House his rear was attacked by the enemy, but iney were repuiflea wunouc loss to us. a march by our infantry, three regiments of they were repulsed without loss to us. A miles, was made in fifty hours. The cavalry marched over one hundred in lies in fifty hours. This shows that it is possible to make a campaign in Virginia in winter. This dispatch beat one just in from New hem. Gen. Palmer reports everything go ing on well in this district. The losses Dy ns in the way of publjo property are too trilling to mention. We could not desire a more favorable result. The losses in killed, wounded and missing are but few. . i i The Reconnaissance Across the Rapldan—From Newbern. New York, Feb. 0. Papers contain full particulars of the late reconnoissance Over tho Rapldan, but there is little additional .'information. The 14th command suffered lieavily. V The Tribune's dispatch says: Gen. Kllpat rick's reconnoissance conclusively proves that no force of the enemy occupies the country cast of Mine Iluil. ' The small par ties of cavalry all belonged to Hampden's lerion, which is stationeqat Frederieksburk. More than half of the videttes have no horses, are seldom relieved and are. some times obliged to walk twenty miles to their post of duties. ., .. ...... The Times" dispatch says it has been as certained that the main body of Lee's army Is beyond Gordohsville' aha Orange C. II. Citizens residing within the enemy's lines say tiiat Le expects to. have forty-live thou sand conscripts added to his army by tlie new levy, raising It to. eighty or ninety-five thousand men. . . A Ne wbern letter of the 4th to the Tribune says: A deserter from the 6th NYC, Gen.. Clingman's brigade, reports that Gen. CUng man was slightly wounded ba shell, SJIe reports eleven pieces of artillery just in our front, and fifteen thousand men. He thinks they have gone to Little Washington and says they supposed, we had only A couple of . regiments here. ! He says some three hundred men and of ficers, with boats, came from the gunboat At Kichmond and lauded their boats in the Nense river. They are the ones of course that took the Underwriter; From all that we know the work about here Is over for a few days, and we are . looking to Washing ton, N.C. ; " .':!,-: '' " Washington News. I ! . i ' WisHrwoTON. Feb. 8. On the sublect of Aiiifl Etna tori Innrla whlnTi hoa ruimi unilnrtho consideration of the committee on Lands, the opinions of those familiar with the pol- i icy of the Government, and who have given : tne suDjecc mucn caretui , consmeraxion, I have been obtained, and Jt is probable a bill ' providing for the disposal of such lands in .legal form and giving clear title will soon UO iiiuuuuuvui -a. nv vciuvui wiii v v v-oe and will sign a Jolntresolution upoconfls- De intromiccu. me xresiueni approves ciiiion wuicu. pussuu tiiu liuuac WIU Will I1U uoudd pass tne stcnate. A caucus of Republican members of both branches of. Congress was held to-night at , the capitol. Senator Clark presided. It ., was adopted as the sense of the meeting that instructions should be sent to the Na tional Republican Committee to fill 'vacancies fromstates not now represented, :anu also sucn otner vacancies as mignt exist In conseouence of former members being absent, abroad or on duty In the field. uuiuui ui M. viiiiBy i v nil in, nu, n miuwirei,. A number of Uovernors are also expected It Is understood they are here for the pur pose of conferring with theauthoritiesupon the refllllug of the old regiments and re cruiting uuder the new order for 00,000 men.- . .". ' '- Accoiwtl from the South state that the rebel arinuis have to-dav more men than at any moment since the commencement of tho war, conscriptions navmg Deen rutniessiy enforced.- Unless our armies are strongly reinforced before spring, the military , au thorities here believe that the advantage we have gained In the last twelve months must Inevitably be lost by the evacuation of terri tory,' which we will not haye sufficient troops w garrison. An officer Inst In from Grant's nend quar ters sajs all through the country to the rear of the Union line a Union officer in his uni form can ride unmolested to any portion of Mississippi, Tennesse ana Alabama. : ' From New Orleans. New.Yobk. Feb. 9. The steamer George Cromwell, from New Orleans 2d, has arriv ed. Gen. . Banks' letter to the Free State Committee savs he will allow all persons to vote at the ensuing election who have been registered as voters, under .the President's proclamation of the 26th of July, 1862, and his suhsenuent orders unon this subiect. He will be glad to appoint commissioners of elections wno wui oe amnorizea w aa mihister the-; oath af allegiance to persons otherwise qualified to vote by btate laws. All taking the oath only of election shall be authorised to vote. Soldiers who are citizens of the StaU. shall be authorized to vote. Those who are not cannot vote. ' ! The,Trcr,'State TSTOinlrjatlptf Convention met last night. After an exciting time tne Flanker men -bolted the majority, and then nominated Harlln. with full ticket, who are all men of high standing. The'bolters held a seperata convention and nominated Flanker, with a full ticket, a portion the same as the regular ticket. i . . 1 r The recruiting of veterans exceeds all expectations.- An totlve campalga was looked for as soon as Faragiit'g fleet arrived. No doubt Mobile" would be the scene of war fare next summer. , 1 . f 1 Washington, Feb. 9. Grant telegraphs 'Halleck that the expedition sent against Thonws and his band of whites and Indians at yt)aiiatown was . completely successful, l-wl twA htinArAfl otA1 -ft ft nun flflv rno. "w" and dispersed the. remainder of -the Kansas City Mo.. Feb. 9. About sun down yesterday, from 150 to 200 c-nerrillas iY" "iPV880"" IP101 neai crossed from Missouri into Kansas near ilX0l W y n UIIVV IIUIIU1CU HliU AlALV i .N k. i L ' . . 7 t .1 ' " CHEAP PASSAGE i '.-! I GEEAT BEITAIN & IRELAND, , TAPSCOTT BROTHERS A CO'3 ; . Emigration 4c Foreign Exchange Office 86 Sou h Rtkkrt, Nkw Yom.' : ' DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND, SCOT LAND AND Av"ALEH. : tafscott's favorite LIN OF ' Liver peol Packet Mail every Three !.' Vajra. iiss of Lonyoir packbts. '' SAILS bvsRy TBN DATS. . Parties wishinr t6 end for their friends or remit mone y w me via vouiury, can do so at the lowest by anplyinsr to rates axsucx, siiumrsun fju., feb3-w3m DAAAMU, VUliU AlUUS. Partition Notice. QAMUEL and llary Biinjert, Charlotte VV vr ",u" Jr i Vf :nmv9 YvuUor mnw Ti&VnWSSl Mary McDonald and Mala McDonald, norm at law of John Bigvert, deceased, will take nutioe that a peti tion wa filed azainst them on the 80th day of Janu ary. 1884, in the Superior Court of Franklin oc.Obio, by William W. Hall, and is now pending, wherein said illiam W. Hall demands partition of the fol lowing real eiitate, to wit: All of tho following described tract, except 39 acres and 88 poles, conveyed by tho hoirs of said John Big cert, ducoased, to Margaretand John Biggert bv deed dated October 31st, 1849. Part of surrey No. 107 of 666?, a-res entered in the name of Miles King and patented to one Robert Burton; beginning at a black anil, southwest corner to a tract of land formerly owned by Ueorgo Ooodson in the line of the Lewis Booker survey of 1000 acres, thence west 137 poles to four sucar trees, thence north 1A0 poles to two hicko ries and a white oak, southwest oornerto tract be longing to said John Higgert's, dccaed, heirs, thence east 107 poles to an elm and black oak, oorner to mid (ioodson tract, thence south l&o polos to the beginn ingcontaining 147 acres more or less. The amount to be partitioned being 108 acres, more or less. "And that at tha next term of said eourt. the said William W. Hall will apply for an order that-parti-tion may be made of said promises. S. M. MILLS, ' ' Attorney for Plaintiff. Jan. 80, 18M-w-7 ; ' , . , . Administrator') Solo - ' ' ' OP ' ' : Real Instate. INPmSI7A1WCEOF AST" ORDER Grant d by the Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, I will off ur for sale at public auction, on the . Sethday of February, 1861, . at eleven o'clock fcreaoon. upon, the premise; the) louowingaesorinea real estate, situates in uie county of Franklin, in the State nf Ohio, to wit: OrMmeoeiof at tba N.' W. wmerof tee. rtp."l8; of fringe- Si, and running ljietxei south with the seotionline ."KS poles and 4 links to th southwest corner; thence east with the seotion line 104 poles; thence north 1S8 poles arid 10 links; thence west 38 poles and 10 links; thence north 1C3 poles and 10 link, to the north line of said seotion; thence west SS poles and 10 links to the place' of beginning, con taining 17VX acres. About 48 acres of the above described tract bare been set off aa the dower es tate of Winifred Huddle, and the premises are to be sold subject to and encumbered by said dower. - Haid premises are appraised at 930 per acre, and wil be sold upon the following terms: One-balf in hand, and the residue in one vear. with Utare.t the payment to be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. ' FREDERICK SWISHER. AdmV of Milton Finks, deceased. CoxACohvkrsr, Att'ys for Adm'r. , 'Jan. 84.1864-W4W Court or Common Pleas of I JFranUlln County, Ohio. Anthony H ... vs. laiell) - ' ' ' h ; Mary Laiell. j remion ior uirorco. THE DEFENDANT, JIIAHY LAZEIX, is hereby notified, that the plaintiff. Anthony H. Lascll. filed his DCtltion in the office of the Clnrlt nf tho Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, Ohio, on the 3d day of February. 1864. wherein the said plaintiff charges that the marriage eontraot ex isting between the vlaintis and defendant was rntitiTiilntl V nrnnurftfl hv fit rlaSnn.lanf. .Km, 1ia Ulefendant committed adultery with one Nathaniel riaukins, and bas lived with him in state of adul tery, from the year 1H37 to the present time, in the counties of Bartholomew, Johnson and Boon, in the ntaie m inuiana. xne prayer oi said petitioner is that the said rlaiutitf may be diroroed from said defendant, said marriage contract be dissolred, and both of the parties released from the obligations of tlie same. The petitioner will ask for a deoree, an cording to the prayer ot bis petition, at the next term ef said court, i;- .-: . ; AHTHONY H. LAZELL.. 8. W. Andrkwr, Atl'y for Plaintiff. Dated this 3d day of Fob,, 1864- . , . . . . c; Court of Common j?leai ol jranklin County Qhlo. : Martha J. Sherman; rs. Joel Sherman, Petition for Divorce. THE DEFENDANT, JOEL SHERMAN, is hereby notifi.d, that the plaintiff, Martha J. Sherman, hied her petition in the omoe-of the Ulerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county, Uhio.on the day ol reoruary: a. u.. ihs,, where in the said plaintiff oharges the defendant with com mitting adultery with one Alice Hickman, at her house, in Sharon township.in said county, on divers days and times, in the month of July. 1863; and the prayer or said petition is, that tne said piaintin may be divorced from the said defendant; that she may have theoustody of ber children; that she may be restored to her maiden name, and that she be allow ed a reasonable sum in alimony. The petitioner will ask a deoree, aooording to to prayer ot her pe tition, at the next turra of said court. . , MARTHA J. SHERMAN. 8. W.' Anbrkws, Att'r for Plaintiff. : Dated this ad day of Fpb., 1884. Books & Stationery. :,. : : t ,c . o ' : .i JOSEPH ; H. RILEY, I COLUMBUS, OHIO, Publislier,' Cooboller -& : Stationer, r! ToTr Printer, Hinder, . ...:- .".( , - ;, . ...... .i.. - !' . 7. i: 3 .;v.i,.''' AN ' . Blank Book Manufacturer :-.:.!...; .1'. : ,t ' I f . -i - ...''I BUAKS, BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADINGS.,. CHECKS. . NOTES, '- BONDS, and CERTIFICATES, . ' , In Letter Pre and LitbograBhr Foreign & Domestic Stationery Br the Caae. - FRENCH I AND ISERICM MPEB "hANCIHGS, BORDERS fit DECORATIONS, Frames ' and Mpuldlnfip, J, ,J ScO -sSpO..-'' f ;'. 1 "i y--T., :k ; jos. h. riley. S X A, TEMENX NORTHWESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY, 0n ftTj'.1.. Jnur?. 188. niadeto thaAnditorof Ohio, pursqant to the Statute ef that B.u iniLW ,? to Insunwce Companies, not inoorpomtod by the SuS ObSrSuHi April s, lsoa. ..,'...".... , .';!.' I - fj f . ..,.,(, .?..,.( m. r . ';'!! "!:'.:' '. .''',.: - .' name and location. t;i-''.-,,& ':, rhaf 'fHT.'irf is L g jeond The amount of its Capital 8tock is. . . .'. . .. :'. Ihird I do do : da . do paid up, i,. ; i' . fv. : ::;: ; - , .ji '. , ' t 4 . i:,'' .. ' i' -.7 ft '.' , ,..) - llj-ASSETS. Fourth 1. Cash of the Company on band and la Karik. . .'. . .'. i "i.l. Cwh U tho hacds of and due from. Agents i S. Real Estate unincumbered. " 4 T u Bond " Stoel? wn,, h!th Company, as per vouohers aoooWa a yinir -I-how seeuratLand tho ta ot interest thereon, to wit: J". V- S. Treasury Notes 7 8-10 per cent, 2d. Mortgage on vessel. 7 per cent, interest Id. 4T shares Oswego (; fiasCo ntnmtif'l am. Chicago Jowa A Nebraska K. R. Co, . Total Bonds and Stocks I. Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage, on nine umbered real estate,' as' J. Debts otherwise secured, as per Toucher, aroompeUyinff.' '.Nene.' ' "; . De bts for Premiums, other than those for which notes hare been reoeiv v, am u,uoi nuuniiw Total assets of the Company.. m.-LUBILITIES. ' ' ' fiJl-Tn amoant ot Liabilities, doe or not due, to Banks and other creditors. . rtixth hoKses adjusted and due '.. Seventh Losses adjusted and not due jpighth Losses unadjusted... ' ' Jiinth Louses in suspense, waiting for further proof j 'tenth All other claims against the Company ' ToUlLiabilities......... ....' ' , " . . ' j.'. .. IV. MISCELLANEOUS. . . ' JElerenth-Tne greatest amountlnsured In anr one-risk frwelfUiTliegreatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in any one city, towii'or Thirteenth The greatest amount allowed to be insured in any one' block..' jj-ourtecnth-l he amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other Sta'tei as security .. .uciciii, iiaiuiu uiciu, wuu iue amount in cacn, and whether such com pany transacts any business of insurance in said State or States. . i Tho Charter, or act of incorporation of said company. Filed with Auditor of State. Fiftcenth- STATE OF NEW V0RK, . VjOunty cr uswsxio, I I Theodore Irwin, President, and 8. Warner White. Secretary of the Northwestern Insurance Connuir eing severally sworn, depose .and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statotSS? thTaffUn rof the said Company: that tbe said Insurance Company is the bona fideownerof li lZ2?(?L H..TIKI3 iuuuui u uuii.m oi nriiiLi rjLn rsnifAi invAtturi in sm WX'1' ?"n'r .07?S thaUh.mSrSbov.'de1 senbed have not been assigned, nor n any manner released or impaired by aid Comwny-llid hat th, are the above described oflioers of said Insurance Company. vumpany, ana mat wey Subscribed and sworn before me, thii 23d day of ' Stamp 5o.J . Omcg of ths ArniToaop Stat, , It i herehrcertined that the foregoing is a correcteopr of the statement of cSndi?o'n onVNorthw teefenm;Lto JAS. n. OODMAN. Auditor of State. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. s -J (To expire on the 31st day of January, 1865.) Ttr.a Hit.. W .1 . T n filed in this ofEce a twota ttat IU i... i 7, " r . "-r ' iunioe' ompan es no, . incorporated byttie u,,,,,! w nioio, wuriuuuume sneamoont lorwn cn tne same is mortsaml. n,l Wlun. J:A WT,hM S"1 '? th written instrument under iu SorSaS SSi 8,ecretary thereof authonsingany ageni or agents of said Company in thiT State to acWlriv Vuf t,f.RTfT:for,niin"'f "L"1"1 Company, consenting that .ujh serriceof prwessThaU bi taW aind heldto be as. valid as if served upon tbe company, according to the laws of this oran.. otW s7.i. nd waiving all claim or right of error, y reason ofsuch acknowledgment of Vsrvici ' trf.:JS,,r:-rtK?i,S?0,iF- npununoeofth Arst 'seotion of tbe aforewid act.1. Jamestf.'Codman Auditor W fct"U d0. .lerlby ?etlfy 'i1?.' id Northwestern Insurance Company if OsWero SSw York ii authorised to transact the business of Fire and Marine Insurance in iuutilXMSr hn narjr.iath year one thousand eight hundred and sixtv-five. p w "Dlu ilai Jn" Iskal. to'bexe'd 'thand jear". fioTwrittou. "bed B,r "d aDed ' :.JAS.H. OODMAN. Auditor of gtate. ' :. : II. It. UEESOIV, A front. fcbl CAPITAL. .160,000 of . 16010 09 - '! M ') r ) v : .21.T8 n . . 4,741 86 i : ,. .. : ss.Mi m 17,01)7 M Amohnt. int 116,050 ls,3 oo lo.ooo t ' 1,175 00 ifiat oo ,tjMlr 7 peroent income bonds. 3.090 $29,7g 00 w.on u Pr reoeived..... 901 It 79,837 80 $251,878 S3 .,.Nono. ...None. 7,400 00 18.8TJ 08 J7S 91 WtAW 97 $10,008 ' No rule. No rule, None. TUKO. IRWIN. President. January, 1864. S. WARNER. WHITE. Seoretarv. ' - W. G. ROBINSON. Notary Public. AcniTO ov Statk's Orricci iNSUKANCg DKFARTIIKNT, S LUMBis, Ohio, January 0, 18C4.) . ..... I ZZXirX hVl& ?JM1 UJ u State of Ohio," passed April 8. 1856 and Where., j UIB Wt 1 Q TOR" UH.1J11111, onioi CHEAP GOODS AT HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO. S, 250 cfc 2522 South High Street, Cloaks. Shawls, V;.'i Furs. . ... ; . ... ' , . . ;. : !, I '. in. I--:.;.'.'-:!' ' ' ' Rich Silks, Balmorals, .!;, . v' -i.-.-. ' '. ; ' v Blankets, '. ','.:; . Flannels,. '. ' ;;;; i Hoods, &o , jant i i . i V. A. SILbS. jos. aciTMifi SELLS & GUmUUt i ! Wholesale VGroccrs AKD Commission Merchants. .DEALERS IN-" 4 : .1 I'' flour, Salt, Fish, Water, lime and i Plaster , " Sontlieatt orner Town and Fsurth StraaU, Ctol-UJOaTO-uiaB, O. . TTTAATJE DHAN B LOOltl. Krcry farmer , f ' w anw tn wmD i ou-AniB tlartd trfvno an anioi n. wanu in mace ana iav money wua jne turning m an easyorang Dy a man, woman or boy. doe the whole business of wcavinr lK to so yards in a day; 3 to 110 a day raa r e earned by its i-aa r,e mtdm bip liichts and . liRANSON - ' . . use. ' otate, vjuniy aua lownnai; d Looms for sale. Address, with stamps, A i.L- aiiui, vuKwgn, in, ' ' janZS-dlyfapUtl NEW HAT, CAP & FUR ST O R E. ; w E WILE. OFFEB 41- CUEATLT Reduoed prices, our stook of LADIES' WINK FURS, ' ' FITCH FURS, RIVER HINK, CONT FURS, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL, Etc. CHILDREN'S WHITE CONY, . . ...... .... . ...i ... fjntjORED CONY, . . ' . r ; . r ' - ' . ' . "IBERIAN SQUIRREL METS. ; ' LADIES ' lnr Trlm'd Skntinxr Caps. , '. LADIES' lTur.Xrlm'd Iloodtj. . LADIES' V . SilK, Bearer & Jelt IIat. V-" No. BO- -S . Senth Hlsrh Street, Santheaat r.n.r I UlRb and Friend Street, Coluxnbuti. O. O. EBBRLY & CO. deeU BROOKS, STEARNS & CO j WHOLISALI AND aXTATL PSALMS W FINE AND STAPLE GEOCEBLES Foreign & Domestic Fruits, 'l : ;. "'.': ' - ' ! ; . , - i V) : ;iT ; , j " -i ; f Choice lTamlly- Flour, -1 .. . ' ...'','. i : M i' : ' PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, .FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES?: 1 ;, tWCountry Prod see iakea In Exchange-for Goods. No. era south inRh et. j ., Colnmbns, Ohio, . ; . nr All Goods delivered free of charge to any pa AVID W. (ROOKS, 1 . . ... '. - ''OB STSAIlNt, ' J ' 'i - ' V-'- " ' . v. union. r. - ?' 'j deoT-tl . - Ileus 3 lLot for 8ale. 1 GOOD BTtlCK vrrxLiNOHoxs, i- containing twelve rooms, and oelltr. and other oouveuiom-M, well, cistern, wood-house, coal-boni, and a ood staWfc For particulars, inauir at . m East Oar atitt.Msw . . '