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. JOS. IX. RILEY to CO., Booksellers end Stationers, IS3 Uuion clock. oetU talesman. PRINTED AND pBLlSED BY The Ohio Statesman Company. K. . EMIELKIAII,! t COLUMD U8 ' OHIO I FRIDAY MORNING, - - - DEC. 10. 9m 3 ,.,V are daily Indebted to Adams' Ex press Company foe New York and Phila delphia papers, In advance of the mails. Editors know how to appreciate such fa vors, and aro always duly grateful.', Our Duty. w It te unpleasant to be disturbed, when you have disposed yourself for comfortable repose. It annoys and vexes you- We find ourselves in this state of feeling. After having pondered the assurances that' were given to the people beiore the election by Administration politicians, that alone by .the re-election of Lincoln would the wel fare of the country be subserved, and hav ing duly pondered the fact that the election returns made it appear, that Lincoln was re-elected by a very considerable majority, we concluded to view matters as in a gratl fying condition, and that everything con uected with the administration of the Gov eminent would now run as smoothly as oil that there would be neittier jar nor dls- cord perceptible in the future and that for the future we need not concern our- - selves about it; but uo sooner had we dls posed ourselves for comfortable repose, au thorlzed by such a condition of things, than . we have been disturbed by one of the lead ing -Administration journals, proclaiming that an Opposition party is of vital Import' ance to the perpetuity of free institutions, and as a check to profligate corruption. No sooner were we aroused into wakeful . ness by this proclamation than we were fretted bv another leading Administra tion Journal,' assuring us that the Sec relarv of the Navy, Mr. Welles, is a dotard and should resign his place; and we are fretted yet more by another Admin istration journal insisting that the Seero tary of the Treasury, Mr. Fkssknden, has fallen short of the demands of expectation, because In his report he has not handled the question of taxation with becoming vigor and decision. We undertook to trnnquillze our feelings by undertaking to turn over to Congress the perplexity attending the adjti8tmentof a proper tcheme of taxation ; but in this cilort we did not succeed ; for a journal that has a "by authority" posi tion in the Administration ranks, boldly, and without reservation, asserts, that "Con gress is a body of hetrogeneous ideas and desultory habits," and that "few men in it have any financial ideas that are founded on experience or close observation, or on the study of the science of political econo my as established by the experience of the world.? Our labors heretofore were, in con nection with the Democratic party, d Irected to prevent the infliction of this condition of affairs on the country. AU of ns, there fore, annoying and perplexingas it may be, must arouse and gird up our loins for an effort to enlist the people to assist in the good work of putting into every depart ment of Government from the smallest township office to the office of President a capable and efficient officer. a Why Talk of "Experience?" An Administration journal appears to think tha( it is worthy of complaint that "few men In" Congress "have any financial ideas that are founded on experience or close observation, or on the study of the science of political economy as established 1 .lift .vlUMBIIIUI f tllA I7I11r1 " WhlT it J .(IV AVI 1VUVV V. .1 ' "J talk about "experience'' in this connection? The experience of the world," in relation to civil war, was scouted when, in the win ter of 'GO and '61, Chittenden, Douglas, Cox and the other Democrats and the con servatives in Congress, urged the enact ment of a measure of pacification through which War should be averted. Abolition ists avowed and acted on the atrocious sentiment, that a "little blood letting" was essential to the preservation of the Union. The country was permitted to drift into a War, and ever since the. inauguration of the War, the Administration bas been con ducted in contravention of the "experience of the world." And we don't find, any thing in the result of the late election to justify the conclusion that the people wish any department of the Government to now take counsel of "the experience of the world." Wherefore the propriety of com plaining that. Congress is not burthened with . "experience" or with "financial ideas" that have the sanction of the "science of -political economy as established by the expprience , of the. world ?" No; continue to run the Government without ideas or without paying attention to the experience furnished by the history of the world. In thlft way history is to be made. . j".'" ' . i An Administration exchange appears to draw, comfort from the alleged fact, that our public debt has "not yet reached the ex tent of the debt of Great Britain." That is consoling. But as we are not yet through with the war, what assurance have we that oiir, public debt will not exceed that of Great Britain before we get through with ltl'.t 'MH ' -. ;.. Thi people will owe no thanks to the leaders in the , Administration party at Washington, if the country shall not be precipitated Into a War difficulty with Eng land, ?A little blood-letting" Chikdleb seems to be "spoiling for a fight" with that Government. ' i:r a.! '- " Jaft .Dayton Journal complacently & qniesoes in oar avowed opinion, that who ever will read it habitually becomes "stupid and malignant" So, we agree on thi$ point TT'i-- -. '( ;1 i i. ' . ' t ,1 Thb Daytoii Emptrt does not hate much faith ia the efficacy of a joint Congressional resolution of itself- to confer freedom on slaVea." Sensible' people generally aire of the same way of thinking, U'ltiA there were 450 people le in Ban Francisco. Now there are 120,000, The President's Bankrupt Law. , "MCK,'the Washington correspondent of The Cincinnati Commercial, claims that (the' President Jiaa proposed a glgantlo bankrupt scheme in his message, and in re lation theieto, "Mack" gives his views as follows: v- --A X - v ' The President in his message, proposes the most gigantic bankrupt law ever heard of, when Tie speaks of the propriety of call ing on the people for a loan, and issuing bonds which shall not be liable to seizure for debt. Mr. Lincoln evidently labors un der the mistake of believing every one as honestas himself ; but Congress will not in dorse blm In this. A law passed in con formlty to his suggestion might very prop erly be entitled ''an act to enable people to evade the payment 01 ineir noiicsc ucdis,' lor "an act to enable every one to live on the interest of his creditor's money." To become "rich," then, all that would be necessary would bo for a merchant to buy a stock or goods, sell out cheap, as liecer tainl v could afford to do. Invest the net pro ceeds 1n these bonds, "not liable to seizure for debt," and let his creditors whistle for their pay when they wanted it. f The dishonesty of the President's pro posed scheme Is, pretty effectually exposed in the foregoing. Was it stupidity or the want of a knowledge "of the science of po litical economy as established by the ex perience of the world," that induced the President to propose the legalization of scoundrelism? ' ' - The Price of a Brigadiership. In a letter under date Washington, Dee 12, "Mack" writes The Cincinnati Com mercial that he was informed the preceding evening that : Last summer two members of the Ilouse, from Maine, called upon the President to have a friend of theirs, a Colonel in the arniv. promoted to a Brlsadlcrshln. They entered the President's room, and found his excellency in a humor not the most lively or agreeble. something had evidently gone wrong with him, and he was not at all pleased to receive the distinguished visit ors. Nevertheless he rose to greet them, took them by the haud, told them to be seated, and asked them what he could do for them. "We called," said one of the honorable, "to have Colonel , a gallant otttcer and a worthy man, promoted to a Brigadier General." The President crossed his leg, combed his hair with his fingers and replied as if a little irritated, "I'd rather see you on any other business than that. This brigadier business is getting to bo a terrible bore. Every man wants to be promoted, and the fact Is I can't comply with one request in a hundred. I'lugcttingdisgusted with such applications." Instead of rising and leaving, the Con gressmen engaged him hi conversation, and finally one of them told him a little story that pleased him so much that he insisted on its repetition. When the story had been repeated, the President took down the name of the Colonel they sought to have pro moted and the next day a Brigadier' commie- s'on tea duly made out and Joruarded. Is this circumstance calculated to exalt the President in the estimation of the people? i- a. New Depot at Ravenna. The Atlantic & Great Western Jhillroa.l Company arc now erecting at Itavenna Station, a brick passenger depot which, wlicu completed, will be an ornament to the town, and a work creditable 10 the in telligent enterprise of the company. The new depot is l'.'U leet 111 length: 20 feet in width; l(i feet in height from the base of the water table to the roof. It is divided Into six main apartments, commencing at the east end with a baggage room 1-1 feet ly 20; Express room 14 by 20; Telegraph nice 14 ny 12,'..; ueiuiemcn s room r.) leet rout 30 feet rear, 20 feet wide: Ticket office 4 feet front 14 feet depth, constructed in bhe form of a half circle; Ladies' 100m 20 feet front 30 feet rear, 20 feet wide. The architecture of the building will be of the most modern character, and the whole fitted up elegantly for the con venience of the public and the local officials of the road. From the ticket and telegraph offices bay windows present view up and down the track. The build ing Is located at the rear of a platform twenty feet In width from the track, and in every respect will be a model building. It stands opposite the C. & P. If. and is connected therewith by.a plank of ample width. The new depot will probably be ready for use by January 1st 1805. "The walls will be nearly up the present week. and the other work will be rapidly lor warded. Tim tiMtliltnfr rtrt nrtnalltr Tuir. nn fi-ir on on- gine house, located a short distance south of the passenger station, is soon to be re moved to the east side of the tracks, .and fitted up for a freight depot. Its position will be nearly opposite the passenger depot at a point where it will be of convenient access from the street. When those im provements are completed, the A. & G. W. It will have provided Ravenna Station with elegant and convenient buildings as will be found upon the line. Itavenna Democrat. Fifth Congressional District—Official. t'lul. The following Is the official vote of this Congressional District by counties includ ing the Home and Army vote: Lk Blond, Walker, Dem. Ab. Allen County isst lass Auglaizo il Hancock " 1M ' - 1H6S Hardin " 12SH Wt Mercer US7 6U Van Wert" 123 NUH Wjandot " 16W . 1580 Tola! Le Blond's majority. . .1104S . I91 mi the of Attempted EscArit ok Prisoners from Johnson's Island. Sometime after mid night this morning, a number of prisoners on Johnson's island got over the fence of the yard in which they are confined, and made their way over the Ice toward the peninsula. The guaid fired upon and killed one of them, after calling to them to halt to which they paid no regard. (Several others it is not known at this writing how many kept on, and reached the peninsula, where three were halted by Mr. G. B. Wright gentleman who has a vineyard there. As soon as he heard the firing, he got out with his gun, and seeing the three escaped prisoners, called to them : "Stop, or I'll put a hole through you as big as my hat 1" At this they halted, and he marched them back to quarters. Another was brought in by the guard, about 10 o'clock yesterday is J -Sandusky Register, Dec. 14. i '1 A Pickpocket -The other day a fur loughed soldier got off a passenger train on the Central Ohio railroad, at Concord, and immediately afterwards missed his pocket book, containing $72 in money and some papers; he at onee telegraphed to the con ductor of the train at Norwich, and as near as possible described the seat which he had been occupying. The conductor of the train, on the receipt of t'.ie dispatch, exam ined into the matter, and found a man oc cupying the seat who denied all knowledge of the lost money; a search was made of his person and a pocket book with the amount ($72) was found, and some papers which had the owner's name on them, and which conclusively proved that the scamp had picked the soldier's pockets while occupy ing 0. the aame seat Zanesville Courier. - - tlUtD into ;. Rakdolpk. Countt. Last week a small party of Confederates made a raid into Randolph county, and near , the town of New Interest they captured two or three' Federal soldiers, a small wagon train, and eighteen horses. Four wagons loaded with hay wer .destroyed by, the v t Wheeling (Va.) Register, Dec. 14. ' Fifteen dollars a day is the price for a private parlor la tho Washington hotels. Representatives. Editors tatksm an. You will plean announce the ain of Adin O. Uibubm a candidate fur Rep- reeentative in the General Auembly, to fill the va cancy occasioned by the resignation of Hon. Otto Dreael, subject to the decUion of the Democratic County Convention.. Mr. Ilibbi will make an ex cellent Representative for the intorosti of Franklin oounty and the Stale at large. ' ' Editors Ohio Statesman: Please announce John Col'ltkk as a candidate for the General As. embly, to fill the racanoy occasioned by the resig nation of the Hon. Otto Dresel, subject to the de cision of the Deinooratlo Convention, and oblige ,. Eoitobs . Onio Statesman : riease announce Col. Owen T. Baihee aa a candidate for Representa tive, (to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna tion of Hon. Otto Drcsol,) aubjeot to the decision ef the Democratic Convention, and oblige " "MANY DEMOCRATS. editors whio ptatksiian: flease announce the name of J. J. Kickly, Esq., as a oandidate for a Member of the Ohio Legislature from this qounty. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of the Hon, Otto Droael, Mr. Ricklylfas served several years in that capacity and bas proven himself equal to any emergonry. His election would be an honor to the people of this oounty. , f MANY DEMOCRATS New Advertisements. MUNItOtS TEN CENT NOVELS RE. semble the sun in that thoy totally eclipse all. joe lessor luminaries. This is only what the puh lisherii intended from the beginning that they should do. Thov have engaged all the best talent in this field of literature, and pay the highest prices to their authors. As a-natural con.equenoe, their books have received an unexampled popularity. They never get up orude, unsaleable books, and are, therefore, not under the disagreeable necessity of cro wo ing 1 nem -T- u noniereu upon good-natured dealers. 1 hoir motto always has been, "Merit will assert itself in spite of all opposition," as the fol lowing lit of novels will abundantly testify: N.l. 1 he Hunters. 3. The Trapper's Retreat S. The Patriot Higwayman. 4. The Hunted Unionist. J. 1 be Track of Kire. 6. The Mandators. T. Char lttelemple. 8. The Dralh-Faco. t. The Indian Slayer. 10. Tho Tigor or the Ocean. 11. The Hun ter's Triumph. IS. The Ocean Rovers. 13. The Tory Outwitted. M. Zcke Sternum, the Lion Hearted Scout. 15. The Scourge of the Seas. 1. 1 he Captive Maiden. IT. Long-Legged Joe: or, the Demon of the Woods. IS. The Wild Scout, of the Mountains. 19. The Vnros! l.oHim in Th. II, .1- licking Rangers, ill. Rattlesnake Dick: or, the Howerof the Wigwam. i!2. Kii ketv Tom. the R..- ver. 23. The Imps of the Prairie; or. the Slasher of the Cave. V. The Robber's Torror. SS. J"e, theSarpint. 28 I.ishlfoot, the Soout. 2T. TbeUi ant Spy of Hunker Hill. Thee books are fur mile hv all Ynura Airnnta ami Booksellers, and sent, post-paid, on receipt of price. j.iueri lenns in neenis. ;t:oit:i: jvtttiviio & nn.. No. 137 Wllliuiii Street, New York. dec 18 -dm Notice. TIIESTOrKIIOI.VEItSOFTIIE OHIO Statkrhan Coll ha NT will meet at Tuk statesman ollice, in the city of Uolumbus, ou mONOAr, JANUARY 9TH, 1865. nt ten o'clock A. M., for ihn purpose of elect Inn thr Directors tufmrve durinir thinuinfrvnnr.ftnil of attftniliiiir toiiuch ntherbu.sir.en8 inaj propcrljr uuiuv uuturv iuu uicoumr. AMOS LAYMAN. Tresidont, dcc9-diwlino ' ... For Sale. TINETV-1 IVE ACHES OF TIMBER ed land, (ring upon the t'lnveland, Columbus lncinnah Kailroail, about three uii.es north ol tnecity of Columbu', For terms apply to R. E. NEU doel6-dSw At the Neil House. Estray. CA1TIE TO THE SUBSCRIBER, ON Tuesday, the Mih, a large tat 1100. The owner can have it by proving property and raying charges. ,101l hILEY, deulJ-dat No. 2S Rank street. NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. ii ill f i A Most Eaqul.ile, Urlicnle nail Frn sirnnt I'rrfunie, Hinlillrd frans the In re mid Beautiful Viewer' from . which il lnlir iln unnie. MnnnJ-actured only by PHAI.OIV 4t HOX. Beware of Counterfeits. Auk fur l'lialmi'tTnl.t no olher. . Sold by druggists generally. dcclfl.dct3mis FRENCH AND ITALIAN CLASSES BY Nl'lTlEIIOl'S REQUESTS, THE undersigned is about to form (ient'emea's Evening (Maises, also Ladies' Afternoon Clauses in French and Italian languages. Persons desirous joining any ot said Classes, will please apply at Seltzer's Music Store, where particular information may hehad. FttOF. JUSTIN JUCU. , dec-14-dlw . RACSIRACS! WE ARE PAYING THE IIIOHEST prico in Cash lor Rags, at the , Columbus Paper mills. ANDERSON k COYLE. decU-d3m One Exclusive Agent Wanted for the - uity 01 uoiumDus, . -.. AND OTHER GAS DISTRICTS IH the United State, to sell - , Brocksciper'8 Pdtent Sdf-Acting Gas Rego- ; , ;. . j ,lau)i! , Thirty per eent. saved to the consumer. 30,000 sold since January last. Mo patent for sale. '1 his not a regulator to be affixed to the meter, but is applied under any burner in use. 1 he G.burnlng public are inritcu to call ana examine tnis wonder ful improvement at room No. S, up stairs'. Union Block, in Oowdall'a Insurance office. A. M. (JARDNER, With Hull A Ooodell. Ooneral Ag tfor the U. S. decl3-dlw OALLIHKB, T. A. HATTBKWg, iteot ilaeon uo., n.y. ut Maysvme, cy. O. MXI.ROH, . , . .. tate of Mt. Sterling, Ky. Merchants' Hotel, " (F0RM8RLT D1NM180M BOng.) .- GALLEBEtt, NELS0N, & CO., Proprietors, FlAh Street, near 9Ia.ln Olnoiw n tl OJilo. ; MTThls House having been thoroughly repaired renovated and newly furnished, is now open. may3aM-tf Oysters! Oysters: r J, C. MAHONEY'S t' ' " SALT BEA OYSTERS, Which we are receiving daily by Express, Wholesale; and. Retail '., , WABTI co.,5 ' No. 99 North High it., opp. Statesman Ofloe. novltt-dlm A FROM $15,000 to 20,0d0 , v WORTH OP .- I Droad Cloths, Deaver Cloths : TRICOTO, CHINCHILLAS, Fancy Caawlmei-em lllack Ioeskln Cumf int-rce. Cut Velvet, Silk and Wool, Sutln and Milk Vct ln(r, Ac, TO BE SOLD WITHIN 60 DAYS I " ' for less than present ' ' WHOLESALE PRICES." conn Of THESE GOODS ARE OF O Fr French and Scotch manafaoture, and are of the very best an. I latest styles nd patterns, 'they wore bought for Southern market, but will be sola lu Columbus in quantities: to suit purchasers for the present, anu until lurmer nouoe, in- Boom No. 3, Desbler Building. over the Franklin Bank. Army Officers anl Sol riieni who have been made to Dav such exlravagau prioes for clothing, are particularly invited to call, auu all wno wisu to . , Save from 25 to 40 per Cent. in their purchases, have now an opportunity to do n. Uontlonien wno wisn can nave me uooua moj may select uiado up in the bost and most approved a'.v'"". ' ........ AsTClothsand Chinchillas for Ladies' Cloaks. A. A. STli ART, Agent, decH-dtf UNITED STATES Special Income Tax. r-- SPECIAL ICOTIE TAX FOR the year ending December 31st. lse.1, in the Seventh Collection Distriot ot unlo, is now due ana 1 ayaLle on or bcfoie the 10th Day of January, 1865. If not paid nn or before the loth day of January, lens, do.inquents will Denauicioa PENALTY OF 10 PER CENT. on the amount of their assessment. fraklik cor.nr Taxes can be paid fit my office. No. 2 Qwynne lilock, uoiumous. ircAmso.Tf county At the office of W. 8. SHEPHERD, Deputy Col lector, London, O. CI.AItKI? COUNTY Attheoffice of JAMES A. DEAN. Deputy Collec tor, bpnnetleld. At the office of E. 8. NICHOLS, Hepiitv Collector, Xenia. a. nauisi, Collector Seventh District of Ohio. dec14-diwlw AIX WHO HAVE Dnr GOODS TO purchase, should be euro to call and examine the stock of , MILLS, SCIIERUEIWOO & CO. befi re purchasing elsewhere, as a SPLENDID STOCK is now being exhibited. . Merinos, Delaines, Poplins, Hosiery Cloves, AND Furnishing Goods, BPECIALITI. We call particular attention to our fine stock of in all the new patterns, got np after original designs. Also, an extensive line of SHAWLS iu great varioty. iniixs, sciiEititiEiuioniv tc co., 183 SeutU High St., Union Block. septl BLACK BEAK Fur aiid Hat Store. PUHS ! FURS ! ! Of every VARIETY AND DESCRIPTION Id the New Neil House Block, COLUMMLS, OHIO. SMITH & CONRAD. novM-dtf 33X1.ZFX"S PROCLAMATION! , SHERIFF'S OFFICE. Coi.rjMBra, 0.. December IS, 1864. ( IWIELIAiri DOJTIIOAN, siiEHirr a of Franklin county. State of Ohio, do hereby notify the qualified electors of theeounty of Frank lin and rttate of Ohio, to assemble in their respective townships and wards, at the usual place of holding elections, on . Wednesday-, being: tlio 38th If ay of ( ; ueccmbr, A. I. lvn, - and then and there proceed as ho law directs, to lm.t. one Renresentative in the General Assembly to fill a vacancy oceasioned by tlie .resignation of Hon. utw jresei, in pursuance to tne vonsuiutiun and Laws of the State of Ohio, and by writ issued to me bvhis Kxcelledcy. Hon. John Brough, Oov ernor oi said State of Ohio. . . .. i - la testimony whereof I bare he'.urt sst my hand and sr al this 13th dav of December, SlAL.Jin the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty -four, and in the eighty ninth year of the lndependonce of the Uni ted States of America- , " ' ' . WM. DOMIOAlf; . dscl3-3w Bherlff of Franklin County. ' ' HEAD LEY. RICHARDS & CO ARE DAILY RECEIVING NEW GOODS! CLOAKS! , , Or TUB IV1TEST i j New York Style. MorlnoK, . i Fura, CuwsliHeres, NOS. 250 AND 252, South High Street. nov24 " OHIO , VOLTJIVXEEll CLAIM AGENCY! GIVEN & RINEHART ATTOnNETS, For the Adjustment and Collection of Claims against tho United States or any state Oo.cruinont. 0FFICE-2d Floor. No. 19 East State Street, (Journal Building,) - COLUMBUS, OHIO. Back Pay Dno Officer and Soldier uollcciea wiiicern' ana soiaier' Far Accounts ninde Up Vay Itoll AdiiMted and Ne (Collated. FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO claims for loss of Horses. Kccruitinir. Subsist ence, Transportation, Rent of Quarters, and similar claims attemled to. Applications made fur Pen sions. Pensioner whose claims are due at the Pen sion Agency in Colnmbus, O., or elsewhere, can have tho sameoollected at onoc. by sending their certifi cates to us. ' Persons having Bounty and Back Pay ocrtiflcntoB, ran have tho samo collected at reasonable rates. Par for the aives. the mothers (when widows) and the children of prisoners of war now in the South, promptly ollected. Application by man attention to rs n m iae in person, no charge made until tneolaim is adjusted. Xo Wounded Soldiers. All soldiers who havo been discharged bv reason of wounds received in any battle, and who have not received tho 1100 bounty, ran receive tho lamear ONCE by applying tout, either iu person or by let ter. Quartermaster, Commissary and Ordnaoco Accounts mnde up. . sT Liberal inducements made to Agents. ' , JOSIAH OiVKV. i ! .Late Colonel Hth O.V.I. J.H.HINKHART, doc9-dlw Late of the Pay Department. . Dress Trimmings AND JETAJVCY GOODS BAIN & SON, Nom. S3 to StO South High Street, ARE NOW OPENING 1IIE LATEST novelties in - Square f carl, Jet, Velvot and Steel Buttons; Wide BolUi and Buckles; French Bone Cloak and Dress Buttons; Elegant Cut Jet and Steel Buttons; licait Jiuttons ana urnaiuenis: Epaulettes, Taipei s. Jet and Bugle Gimps; naulettes, labels, jet and J Chenille and Bead Fringes; hemlleand Head fringes; Superb Black Barbe Laces; The new Tubular Worsted Braid; Plaid, Hilk and Cashmere Hcarfs; Dress blevnt- rs A hlaatio rages; Zonnvr A Worsteds; Breakfast bhawla; Braid Night Ca iiKhtUBDs; Jiair l ins; Alexandres' Md tiloves; Iluplox Klliptio IIoop Skirts; French Woven Corsets, 4c, Ac. . II II 4c SON, novll No. S3 to 29 South High StroeU LADIES' BASQUES AND CLOAKS. : BAIN & SON, ' i. . . .. . ' . rVos. 33 to 20 South High Street, A HE NOW OFFEKINO A NEW AND elegant assortment of LADIES' CLOTH BASQUES, CIRCULARS & SACKS In all the leadinir stylos, shaped and materials. Also all kinds of Cloak Cloths at "VERY LOW PRICES. novll ' ':';,:' WT INTER UNDEU SHIRTS AND v v Drawers; Misses and Boys Merino; ladies' and Gents Morino: Ladies' and Gents Silk; . Uonts Shaker Flannel; " Cotton Flanuel; , " Scarlet Merino; ." Shetland Morin; The most extensive and complete assortment In the city. 1IAIN Sc. SON, novll ' . Kos. S3 to 29 South High Street. HOSE & BEEM Merchant Tailors. AND DEALERS IN 7 Gents' Furniisliliiu Gootla, IV. E. Cor. High and Town Streets,' f OrrOSIIBD. 8. BOTBL, ' HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FBI SI I. well selected stock of Clotba, Cuaalmerea, Yeatlnga : . '. j.,..j,i. AIID i:.". ) ; ' ' " "lit'.' ' 'i( , Gents' Ifural sailing; Gootls, which we offer to our friends, patrons and public 1 .1 general, at the lowest possible living prioes,or usA. We do our own Cutting, and personally attei d to the business of the store. We guarantee entire sat isfaction in goods, styles and fits. We do not seek to pull down others to build up ourselves, but lei orr work, goods, atyles and fits, speak 'or themselves. By fair dealing and strict attentt in to bnsiner w J hope to merit a share of publio patronage. Persons wishing anything in our line, will 11 "d it to their interest to give us a call before purcha.lh l elsewhere. : - -; ' : ' N, B. Special attention paid to getting upMililar Officer.' Cjlothin,.; - ; ' P; B. Since the death of P. Rose, Mre. P. Rose re tains the interest of said P. Rose, deceased, and bust, ncss is continued in name and style of above lira, at before. wOT. e3-ootl2, 'W-lf TEAS! TEAS! THE ATTENTION' OF DEALERS, Hotel Keepers ami Families, desirous of obtain Ing ohoice Teas at reasonable rates, ia respectfully direoted to our . - j t I '. . 1 v- COMPLETE A8S0RT1IBMT OF GREEN," BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Whioh we offer in original packages, or In quanti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, and while orders are constantly coming In for "Just such Tea as you sent ns before," complaints rarely occur. " Persona who, as a matter of taste, or from hygienio considerations, use Black Tea, often find it diflloult to get a good article. . i I V". . . . A .. j OUR CHOICE ? BLACK TEAS.' I i i roputa cannot be excelled, and have established tion for us wherever we have sold them. OUR NATURAL LEAFS are of the purest ft d weeh4t chops, and being cured in the nun1 are free from the deleterious ef fects produced by contact with ooppor. 1 A full line of staple and fancy Groceries always on band at lowest market prices. BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., anoouns, : No. SiYa Soutli Illffh St. aug30 .. (Corner Friend J. , SPEER'S SAMBURG WINE. PURE AND FOUR YEARS OLD FOR THE COMMUNION TABLE AND FAMILY USE. PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS For Females, Weakly Persons : and Invalids, i3 a 2 i mm rm EXCELLENT WIXE FOR FEMALES. Every Family at this season should use 8AMBURO POET WINE, Celobratcd in Kurone for its medicinal and benefi cial qualities, highly esteemed by eminent ph.vsi eians, used in Kuropean and American Hospitals, and by some of the first families iu Europe and America. ' . A8 A TONIC It has no equal, causing an appetite and building up the system, being outirvly a pure wine of a most valuable grape. AS A DIURETIC It imparts a healthy action of tho glands, kidneys and uriimry organs, very bonofioial in dropsy, gout and rheumatic alfcctious. - - oBPEBB'B WINE .. Is a nure article from the iuice of the Port crane. possessing medical propcrtios superior to any other wine in use, and an excellent articlo for all weak and debilitated persons and the aged and infirm, im proving tho appetite, and benefitting ladies and children. Try it once and you will not bo deceived. fljr lie sure the signature ot A II red poer is over the cork of each bottle. Sold bv Druggists, who also srll the CASTE LLA 1'OHT li HANDY, achoiceold article imported only by Mr. Specr, diroct from the vaults of Oporto. The trade supplied in Philadel phia by French. Richards A Co., and by .11 Wbolo ta'e Dealers in i'ew York, and by A. Sl'EEK, at his vinevard, New Jersey. Principal Office, No. 208, Broadway, New York. octl5-d0meod - IP ifii ee a a a 'r 2 C S r -S cs S s S3 3 . .a U'3i h o 2.'" o o X S .sill 23 3i ll a LJ pa 2 'SjS s P -a J " Id 41; 5 a g eJa-g 5 E- "5 - bo S! C 2 HI Ml M u t s s -2 5 !- : FAIRBANKS' : r JTA?TDARD - - - pltt A OF ALL KINDS. - Alao, wareaenn irucasi FAIRBANKS 3REENLEAF & CO,i S3 Monroe Street, TOLEDO. Bold In Columbus by latUJBOlJKitE, KfJIINS A CO. f.. JWJe careful to buy only the genuine.fft - lnnel0,'6-dlr ; - ' . .GEO. W. ANDREWS, ...j. Attorney and , Oounsellor at . Law, , WAPAKONETA, f' '.' ' Auf;laiMrla.to'. : PracUoe in the Cear' of Wee Urr Obie. , moU-tf o-g WiVWW e? si mm&m ? 1 JgyNOTICES -"To lt, .I'ov Bale," Eot, Wanls,t Fonnd,v "Boardina;," eVc., aot exceedlar Six Knee, pnbllalteA in tnla column, lor 8S eenta each Inaertion, ' Rl'NAAVAY. ON MONDAY, PEC. Sth, Laurence Kitcher, about 10 years of age; had on when he loft a gray suit of elutlies aod blaca at. Arly person givii.g i-formation where hecan be found, at aie South Front strtet, will confer a favor on his parent. dool3 WANTED. A SITUATION A CI. EH K in a wholesalo or retail (iniccry or Provision tore, by adischarged soldier, who ean give good references. Address ''Lieutenant,'1 in care of the Statesman office. ,-.,,., . , . . bovS ' r-a-i . 1 FOUND IN LINDEITIAN &KTEPIIEN - KON'H store, a braid of brown hair attaohed to agnldbarand ring. The owner ean bav. the same by calling upon Ous. Stephenson, at Ambos' ' nov3 r.ni n v SPECIAL NOTICES.? Tllia COISITESSIONM AND EXPERIENCE OF AN INVALID. X TO Y 0UIO MEN and others, who suflor from Nervoua Debility, Premature Decay of Jlanhoodi 0., 'supplying at the same time Titk JIean or Skiv-Ciiik. Ilyono who has cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery. By enclosing a postpaid addresaod envelope, sing'e oopies may be bad of the author. . , NATHANIEL MAY FAIR, Ksq?. " Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y. doo.B-dAwlm. c NOVELTY IN" ART, -: , The art of dying tho hair in five minutes so as to deceive the wholo world ba, bocn discovered. CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, which is the only chomical combination in exist ence which changes the color of the hair without injuring the living piiinciplk whioh foods, moist ens and sustains the fibics. C'Iu-itadoro JIuir Preervallve, a valuable adjunct to the Dye, in dressing and pro moting the growth and perfect health of the hair, and of itself, when used alone a safeguard that protocts the fibres from decay under all circuuis'aa ccs and under all climes.' Manufactured by J. CHItlSTADORO. No. 6 Astoi House New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. Don'9-dAwlin rlt. TOIIIAS" VENETIAN LINIMENT. TT CI ItF.S CIIOEEIIA, WHEN FIIINT - taken, in a few bonrs; Dysentery iu half an hour; T01 thacbe in five minute . It is perfectly Inuocont to tale internally, and is recommended by tho mr.tt eminent Physicians in the United States. Price 35 and 30 cents. ToNAWAJtDA, Pa., Aug. 6, 183. Dr. S. I. Tobias, Now Y'orki Dear Sir I have used your Venetisn Liniment with great, success, both as an Internal as well as an external medicine. Incas.es of Bilious Colio and Cholera Morbus I re gard it as a sovereign remedy. Your Venetian Hone Liniment stands unrivallod as a horse uicdi oiuo amongst farriers and boatmen on tViis canat. . ...... -;wm. LEWIS, Siup't North Branch Canal. Sold by all Druggists. Office, 56 Cortlandt ftrert Now Y'ork. nov29-diwlui Itobuck'e Stomack ISittera. SOLDIER'S HOME, ScPEBINTENDBNT'a OKKICB, Cincinnati, J une 4, 1863. ) To Db. C. W. Roback- Mt Dear Sik: I am dispensing a second Invoice o your Stomach Bitters among tho large number e men who daily arrive at this Institution for refresh ment and rest. The universal testimony is that these Bitters are the best made. For the various summer complaints which afflict 10 many, I know of no rem edy so safe and so sure Plutarch says, "To ask a physician what is easy and what is hard of digestion and what will agree with the stomach, ia about ae sensible as to ask what is iweet or bitter, or sour.' . Poraons who look out for breakers and have your Stomach Bitters in the house I am sure will ncvar ask any one the foolish question spoken of by the great philosopher. I must not omit a word or two for your Catawba Brandy. I have many nion here who have brandy prescribed for them by distinguish ed Army Surgeons. The eOects of yours on such are most beneficial, far more so than from any previously taken. Persons who desire a really pure Brandy cannot fail in their purchase if they get your brand. ' I am, Doctor, with much respect your servant, O. W. D. ANDREWS Superintendent. JW Office and manufactory, Nos. M, 58, 60 and t East third street. For sale everywhere. feli36-d,twiwlm-7 , THE " FRENCH FRiVNGIPANNI TOILET POWDER! , This widely and justly celebrated article which used throughout Europe and considered a NECESSITY in ibiTOILETofEVERY LADY ' is now for the first timo introduced TO THE LADIES OF AMERICA. FRAKCilPAIwai POWDER is unrivalled for removing CHAP8, BLOTCHES.; PIMPLES, CHAFES and other impurities of the kin, rendering it SOFT, CLEAR, SMOOTH and BEAUTIFUL. FRANGIPAHf.-W POWDI-U is used to remove TAN and FRECKLES, giving FRESHNESS to the COM FLEXION andahealthy hue to tho tkin with YOUTHFUL SOFTNESS. l'RAXGIPAN:! powder is used by theladioa of Europe to sprinkle on the inside of KID GLOVES, onablinga tight glove to be drawn on and off with ease aud prevont:ug their being soiled by perspiration. After the glove withdrawn it leaves tho band SMOOTH, SOFT aa WHITE, with a delicate fresbnoss and perfume FRAIGIPA!iI POWDER Is used to remove all ROUGHNESS and redness the HANDS, ARMS and FACE. It softens Corna and all othor cutaneous excrcssences. . Price 25 Cents and 50 Cents, according to size of paokago. . K3T Sent by mail on receipt of price. For sale by ' ' ' : - - 1VILLCOX tc CO., Sole Agents. , 181 Water itreet, New York. , , nov21-3in , A CARD TO INVALIDS. ,. A Clergyman, while residing in South America' as a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Dec iy, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneinl and vicious habits. Great numberi have been al ready eured by this noble remedy. Prompted b a desire to benefit the afflioted and unfortunate, I a ill send the recipe for preparing and using this me -eine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who need Trti of Chargt. . Please luolose a stamped envelope, addresse ' yourself. Addrut JOSEPH T. INM AN. 1 . . Btatiom D, Bible Hor b iept9'4-dly New York City., ) COLGATE'S HONEY 8OAF. This celebrated Toilet Soap, In inch universe demand.it made from the choicest material,, mild and emollient in Its nature, fragrant If scented," and extremely nef Iclal la Its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. - lanW'84-dAwlysp ! DISEASES OF THE If EHVOUS.SEIWI NAL, IIU0A1IY SEXUAL, SYS TEMS new and reliable treatment In Report ot the HOWARD ASSOCIATION-Sent by mail ia sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address DU. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard 'Avia tion, No. S Soatb Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. maroaSO'H-dAwlysp.