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' ' ir--r-kr-tr- tvr-w ii : vomiji jt .set 1 it '"" r"v'-i'r-'-wiw-w VOL. XXXII. COLUMBUS. OHIO, MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY G, 18G5. i t NUMBER 1&7. Ei 1 If 1 r ' TO THE READERS AND FRIENDS OF THE OHIO STATESMAN Polltici, Tbb Ohio Statesman it, In War m in Peace, For the Country, for the Con stltution, and for the Union of Equal States, With equal privileges, and with .qua and nut justice to all its .itixens . We are for tbe Old Flag, with not a Star or Stripe Erased, and tor the Old Union, As far as it ii possible to restoro it, and for tht EXISTING CONSTITUTION, la itf spirit, Utter, and purpose. Upon tb. erming events of th. year, reat the hopes of th. People and UoTernment. W. are 1 tbe mldat of a bloody and pr.itraoled oivil wa I duration and close dopend upon a wlsor, truer and norepatrlotle Policy than wi have aeen during the preaent Administration. VTe Owe it to tlio Memory of our Fatliora, to tlio Hopes of "our Children, to the Future ofour Country, MD TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF MANKIND, to urge ourrnlari to chance a Polioy which la drift ing ua farther and larthor from tbe landmarks of our patriotio airea. THE STATESMAN will do all It can to aid in bringing about tbia change j and hence, the Publiahera inrite aupport and enoonragement from all thoae wht, while wisning lor a GOOD NEWSPAPER, alao wlah to bare EOUID COASTITDTIOAAL JOURNAL Wa publiah a paper in which wa seek to (ire the TBUTH. Our Commercial Reports, Our Markets, Our Political and Ceneral News, are earefnlly freed from tbe sensational character end we seek to make The States an Trustworthy in Ever Partioulari ForNewa, for Instruction, for Good Morals, for Sound Political . Sentiments, for a Steady jDefenee of American Instltntlons, Take, Dead and help to Circulate, THE OHIO STATESMAN. 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' - For a Club of fifty Thi Tri-Wieklt. and for a Club of one hundred Th Daily, will be sent te the getter-up of tbe Club. .... ' ' ' " ' j , Subscribers' names will be written upon Club Sap.ru, as wait as upon others something that is one in very few other offices. ' ', '- " ' MP Tbe money must accompany all orders. ; Orders and letters should be addressed to ' TUE OHIO STATESMAIt, Coi.iiaDg,0. 1864. EAST 1865. CENTRAL OHIO. CENTRAL OHIO. RAILROAD. CONNECTING VIA BELLAIRE AND PITTSBURGH WITH THK Pennsylvania Central and via Hell. . aire ana wiaeeiinsr with the Bala tiniore Sc. Ohio llallroad for Washington City, Haiti snore, Philadelphia, New York, Uoa ton, AND ALL EASTERN CITIES. THIS ROUTE OFFERS THE ADVAN. ... te of a through ticket and aggago oheok to Washington City, am1 also Rives the passenger the privilege of visiting Baltimore, Philadelphia and iow i mm, bi lUe com oi anew lorn ticket alone: Or t.h. DriVllAffA nf viuitintf all nf lh. n.lnnlr.l ... board oities at the cost of a Boston ticket alone, via other routes. Through tickets to New Yerk can be procured via T . viij, ir nil Muiunnai expense OI f i. lraina I'.v. Columbui m followai 4:20 A. M. EXPRESS, from Union Depot, via "M'w an rennmivania central Kaiiroad. ar rives at Kellaire.t WM A. Hin.hiinrh mi . P. M.j Harnsburs; at i:46 A. AI.: Haiti more at7:00 A. M.j Pnilad.lphiaaia5 A. M.: New York, via Philsdelphia, at 12:00 M .j New York, via Allen town, at 820 A. M. This train arrive in New 1 ork three hours in advance of any other route. Via Bnllalre and Baltimore A Ohio Kaiiroad, arrives ai uellre at 10:48 A. M.j Urafton at 4:20 V. M.J I ;tltnhirlanrl .t .! P l . I.AI A l , Washington City at 90 A. M. This train arri ea in Baltimore and Washington City several hours in advance of any other route. 8! 15 P. M. EXPRESS, from Union Depot, via jieiiaire na nmiiinore unio Kaiiroan, arrives t ueiinire at :u r. ji.j liratton at 3:u A. M.j Cumberland at 0:40 A. M.; Baltimore at 6:40 P, M.j Washington City at :C0 P. M. Via I'ellaireand Pennsylvania Railroad, arrives at Bellaire at 9:40 P. M.j Pittsburgh at 2:10 P. M.j Ilarrisbunrat 1:30 P. M.: Baltimore at 8:45 P.M.: Pliiladclphiaat6:35P.M.; New York, via Philai ueiiMim pi uar. ju.; new 1 orK, via Ailou town at 10:00 P. M. Columbus and Znneavllle Aflcnmmoilnllnn lnv Columbus at 6:15 P. M.j returning, arrives at 10:00 W Pive trains daily (Sifnriays excepted) from n ahington or Baltimore, for Philadelphia and New 1 urn, Sleeping cars on all night trains. i Be sure to ask for tickets via J3cllire. J. W. RK4WIV, General Ticket Agent. II. J. JKU E'IT, President. jan6 1864. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tliree Txa1xxss 3D-ily, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on thtfl Little Miami A G'olaimbus &. Xenla ICallroadM. FIRST TRAIN. NIGHT EXPRESS Lmtm Cnliimhn. f a Ml A M. Will stop at Delaware. Ashler. Cardinirtnn. uumu, uBiiuu, uu at u BiauoaB norm 01 uaiion, t :1 1 ' 1 : .1 n ...... li - . 1 ,. " 8EC0ND TRAIN. NEW YORK EXPRESS Lnni PnlnmVn. .t 10 45 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardinxton, Ualion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington THIRD TRAIN. MATT, AND EXPRESS T.enviw Hnlnrntm. .nm r. ju. win stop ai an stations soutbof Mhelby.and at Hhiloh. New London. Wallinirtnn. Hnflnn .nl ierea. ' CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Korinafield Branch for Rnrlni nem miu hi puiuifl on tnst roaa. At Crestline with Pittubiirir. Ft. Wavna anil !ht. .i i 1 . 1 1 : . . f 1 - r oas;o Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti mure, aibu lur iuiobko. At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tole- ao ana imicago. At Ural ton for Toledo and t;hicun. At Cleveland, with Lake Shore kaiinnui for V.n Aunaura, ouuaio,new 1 ore ana do ion. Patent Sleeping Caraarerna on all Higbt I ralnia to Chlcafro, IVetr York and Itontoa. - wUajrrace checked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New RETURNING 1 Niarht Exnress arrives at Columbus at 450 A. M. Cinoinnati Express arrives at Columbus at SAO r. ai. Columbus Accommodation arrives at Columbna at :10 f. m. Fare as Low aa by any other Route. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. E. 8. FLINT, Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio. JAMES PATTERSON, Asrent, Columbus, Ohio. Columbus. November 1. 1884. Winter Arrangement. 1864. 1865. 1864. 1865. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS Offer the shortest, quiokest and most reliable rout. tOfll lnllUKUli, HAKKlMUUHli, UAlrl MORE. WASHINGTON CITY. PHILADELPHIA, NEW , YOlibl 4 BOSTON. Direct connections are mad. at Bellaire with the Jialtimoro umo Kaiiroad, and at 1'itU burghwith the Pennsylvania Cen- -. tral Railroad. Trains leave Columbus daily (Sundays excepted) as follows: NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus, via Can. tral Ohio R. R..4KW A. M.j will stop at all stations when signaled; arriving at Bellaire at 10:48 A. M.; Baltimore, C.-00 A. M.j Washington City, 8KW A. M. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York, also connects at Bellaire for Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS, VIA STEUBENVILLE Leavee Columbus 4:00 A. M.j Steubenville, 12:24 P. M.; arrives at Pittsburgh t-M P. M.; leaves Pittl knnrh 4 SR P. M Hurisbunr. 2 JO A. M.: PhiladeU phia,T0A. M.j New York, via Philadelphia, 12 KW M.j Baltimore, f :00 A, M.j Washington City, -M A. M. ' VL'nr vnoir VYDSfua TTI OTFTTRITW- VILLE Leaves Columbus 10S5 A. M.j arrives at BteubenviUeoS P. M.iPittsburghSKM P, M.j Harris burg, 66 A. M.j Philadelphia, 10KW A. M.j New York, via A'.lentown, 1:45 P. M.j via Philadelphia, 2:46 P.M.: Baltimore. 11:60 A. II.: WashinKton City. 40 P.M. DAY EXPRESS, YI A CENTRAL OHIO K. K. Leares Columbus 8:40 P. M.: will ston at all stations and arrive at Bellaire 9:40 P. M.; Grafton, 16 A. M. Piedmont, Cumberland, 86) Martinsburg, 11:46: Harper's Ferry. 1.-08 P. M.; Baltimore. 6:00; Washington City, sift; Philadelphia, 10:30 P. M. Eight trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg :10 A, Mil tiamsourg, 1J:46 r, M.l rniladelpnia, :S(h New York. 10KW P. M.: BaltimoM. 60 PIM.i Washington City. 0 P. M. M. F. SCULL, JNO. W. HROWN, ,. U. T. A. HteuD. k. h. u. a a. vent, umo it. it November. lt4.- ' y, , , ::-, FRENCH'S HOTEL, On the European Plan. Opposite th City Hall Park, corner Of Frankfort , ' ,t:f Street, New York. s. i : -vt CPACIors Refectory Bath Room. n nl KarharSbno. Bod-roomS wanned aratii. and only ene bed in a room. Do not believe runners or hackmen who say we are full, BervanW are not al lowed to receive perquisites. apr-dly STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIO of the CORN EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY, on the Slat day of December, 1864, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the statute of that State. NAME AND LOCATION. The rame of the Company Is "THE CORN EX CHANGE INSUKINCE COMPANY," and is loca ted in the oity of New York. I.-CAPITAL. The amount of its Capital Stck is $400,000 00 The amount of it Capital Stock paid no is 400,000 00 II. ASSETS. 1, Cash of the Company on hand, and in the hands of Agents and other per sons 29,708 T2 3. heal Estate unincumbered None. 3. '1 be Bonds and Stoeks owned by the Company (as per vouchers accompa nying) how secured, and the rate of interest thereon, to-wit 186,600 00 4. Debts due the Company, secured by mortgage (as per accompanying vouohers) 159,850 03 9. Debts otherwise secured (as per vouch ers accompanying) 14,600 00 6. Debts for Premiums 5 872 74 7. All other securities 14,240 00 Total Assets of the Company (410,051 40 III.-HABILITIES. Losara adjusted and not due 6,000 00 Losses unadjusted 34,650 00 Losses in suspense, waiting for further proof 4,000 00 All other claims against the Company.... 777 60 Total Liabilities $45,427 60 IV.-M1SCELLANE0US. The greatest amount insured in any one risk $20,000 00 Tne greatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in any one oity, town, or village No rule. The greatest amount allowed to be insured in any 0 e block Depends on oircutnstauces. Tbe amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any othor State aa security for loes therein None. Tbe charter or act of Incorporation of said Com panyOn tile. State op New York, County op Nkw Yohk, W. H. WINDSOR, Vice President, and J. PRY OR RORKE.Secre.aryot the Corn Exchange in surance Company, beti g severally sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a lull, true and correct statementof theaHairsof aaid Company, that the said Insurance Company is the bona tide owner of at least ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of actual Cash Capital invested in Stocks and Bonds, or in Mortgages on Real Eseate, worth double the amount for whioh the same is mortgaged; and that they are the above dejoiibed officers of snid In surance Company. W. II. WINDSOR, Vice President. J. Prtor Rokke, Secretary, Subscribed and sworn before mo. this 15th day of January, 1805. J. W. W 1LDEY, Iseal.J Commissioner for Ohio, in New York. Office op the Auditor op State, Columbus, Ouio, Jan. 20, lsos. ( It is hereby certified that the foregoing is a correct Copy of tho Statement of Condition of Iho Corn Ex change Insurance Company of New York, made to and filed in this office, lur the year 18G5. Witness my baud and seal 1 flieially. JAMES 11. G0DMAN. seal. Auditor of S. ate. CER?IFICATEOF AUTHORITY. .To expire on tho 31st day of January, 18G8. Office of the Auritor of State,) Inhuranck Department, Columbus, Ouio, January 20, 1805.) Wbereak, The Corn Exchange Insurance Com pany, located at New York, in the State of New YorK, has tiled in this office a sworn statement of its condition, as required by the first section of the act "To regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by tho State of Ohio." parsed April 8, lbSO, and amended February 9. 1864; and. whereas, said Com pany ha furnished the undersignel satisfactory ev idence that it is possessed of at least one hundred thousanl dollars of actual Capital, invested in stocks or bonds, or in mortgages of real estate, worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged: and, whereas, said Company has tiled in this office a written instrument under its corporate seal, signed by the President and Ker.iry thereof, authorizing any agent or agents of said Company in this State to acknowledge service of process, for and in behalf of said Company, according to the terms of said law. Now, tliorelore.in pursuance of tho first section of the aforesaid act, I, J imefl II. Godman, Auditor of Stato for Ohio, uo hereby certify that said Corn Exchange Insurance Company of New York is au thorited to transact the business of Fire, Marine and Inland Insurance in this State, until the thirty-.lrst day of January, in tbo yearone thousand eight hun dred and sixty-six. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sub foribed my name, and caused the seal of my SEAL. office to be affixed the day and year above written. JAS. H. GOD.MAN, Auditor of State. VJI. JAMISON, Asrent, jan3f-dflt Columbus, Ohio. TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD,' COXX., , 1 INSURES aoainst ACCIDENTS OP Every Deaorlption. CAPITAL - - 300,000 FIVE DOLLARS ANNUAL PREMIUM Will insure $5,000 against occidental loss of life while TKAVELLNUBY ANY PUBLIC CONVEY ANCE. TEN DOLLARS PREMIUM Secures a polioy for s)5,000, and also $25 per week compensation for personal injury incapacitating the assurea irom uis oruiunry uusiudm. T WENT V-FIVE DOLLARS PREMIUM Secures a full polioy for$5.000and $25 per week com pensation for ALL AND EVERY DESCRIPTION UK ACCIDENT. TRAVELING OR OTHERWISE. Polioies for $r00, with $3 per week compensation, can be had for $3 per annum, or any other sum be tween f5uu and 10,000 atpropnrtionaie rates. Spsoial and hazardous risks taken at special and Hazardous rates. : No medical examination required. REFERENCES IN COLUMRUSt H. R. Beeson, firm of Butler, Earhart A Beeson, J as. Claypool, firm of Claypool A Wilson. Wm. F. Slater. Superintendent C. P. AI.R.B, Jon. H, Rilky, Bookseller. Union Block. E. B. Eshelman, Editor Ohio Statesman. N. W. Lkfavor, of Lefavor's Book Bindery. Chas. S. Glenn, Editor Columbus Gazette, -NJ ames Patterson, Agent C. C. A C. R. R. J. G. BATTERSON, President. : RODNEY Devnir. Secretary . : JOSLPIIltOWDALL, Asrent. ; jan2t No. 6. Union Block. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COLUS1BU8, PERMANENT DEPOSITORY AND Financial Agent of the U. S. CONTINUES TO FURNISH U. 8. BONDS. Notes, and qther Government Sccnrlties in large or small amounts, as desired. All ofleriug are free from State taxes, luolusive of 7-30 U. S. Trearary Note. . These are a favorite investment, as interest is pay able semi annually at the rate of 7-30 percent, per annum, and at the end of three years from their date, are convertible into Greenbacks or 6 per cent, old interest S-M Bonds, at the option of the holdor. , jan27-tf . H. M. BUBBARD, Cashier. ; ' OEO. W'. MEEKER, Justice ot; the Peace & Notary Publio - No. X1T Sotttla High Street. OFFICE No 4, Carpenter's Building, COLUMBUS, OI1IO. : j Bpeeial attention is given to Kisoellaneons Bust nes from abroad , mar!7'6-ly THOg 0. WARS. MILTOK SAYLKB ! TTTAWT! -A HAVT.TIT? ATTORREYS MD COUNSELLORS , IT , IXH Office, No. 81 treat Thirst Street, I srJlax.talaiJtX4w.tla O. 1.1,11 aBOWtV-tf Statement of the Condition OF THE FRANKLIN FIRE IXSLRAKCE CO, OF PHILADELPHIA. fkJtTHK 31at DAY OF DECEKIRER, w a. u., its4, made to tne Auditor 01 umo, pur suant to the statute of that State. NAME AND LOCATION. The name of the Company Is THE FRANKLIN KIRK INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHI LA. j EL I'll I A, and is located at Nts. 435 and 437 Chest nut street, rniladeiphia. I. CAPITAL. The amount of its Capital S ock i.... $400,000 00 T'ie amount of its Capital stock paid up is 400,000 00 II. ASSETS. Cash of tbe Company on hand and in the hands of agents and othor persons $40,230 40 Heal Kstate unincumbered, including 8.297,321) rents (cost $115,348.34) 132,273 20 The Bonds and Stocks owned by the Company (as per vouchers accompa nying) ' 852,004 63 T L. . .. J L ' - ....I 1 mortgage (on property valued at 14.- OiB.OjO) 1.8C9.109 M Debts otherwise secured (as per vouch ers aceompaoying) 79,81)1 89 Debts for Premiums - 100 00 deposited witn Assistant Treasurer United States at Philadelphia, at 6 Kor cent, interest 76.089 05 other seouritie 4 648 M Total Assets of the Company $2,501,217 04 III. LIABILITIES. Losses' sdiusted and due $5,649 TO Losses adjusted and not due 4,514 39 Losses unadjusted 82 00 Claims for Iobbos resisted by tbe Com pany 3,500 00 All other claims against tbe Company. . 12,056 64 Total Liabilities IV. MISCELLANEOUS. Tbe greatest amount insured in anyone risk Tbe greatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in Any one city, town or village Tbe greatest amount allowed to be in sured in any one block The amount of its capital ir earnings deposited in any other State, aa se curity for losses therein $25,403 49 No rule. No rule No rule. None. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,) County op Philadelphia, 1 CHARLES N. BANCKER, President, and JAS. W. MCALLISTER, Secretory wo tern., of the FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Philadelphia, being severally sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and oorrect state mentof the affairs of the said Company, that the faid Iniurance Company is the b"na fide owner of atlea'tONE HUNDRED THOL'SANO DOLLARS nf actual Cash Capital invested in Stocks and llonds, or in Mortgates on Kcal Estate, worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged; and that tbey are the above dwtoribed officers ot laid insur ance Company. c. N.BARCKEBiP(BlMellti J. W. McAllister, Secretary pro tern. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 30th day of January, A. l. 18S6, seal. laTAap. J. II. WHEELER, Commissioner tor Ohio. Officeofthe Auditor of State,) Columbus, Ohio, January 31. If65. ) It is hereby certified that the foregoing is a correct copvof th. Statement of Condition of the FRANK LIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Phila delphia, made t and filed in this office, for tbe year IHOfl. Witness, my band and seal officially. JAMES II. GODMAN, seal. stamp. Auditor of State. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. (To expire on the 31st day of January, 1860.) Office of the Auditor of State, Insurance Department, Columbus, Ohio, January 31, 1H65.) Whereas, The FRANKLIN FIRE INSUR ANCE CO., located at Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, hu tiltulin thia office a sworn state ment of its condition, as required by the 1st section of tbe Aot "To regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by the Mat. of Ohm," passed April 8, 1856, andnmoniW February 0, 1864; and, whereas, said Company has furnished the undersigned sat isfactory evidence that it is possessed of at least ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of ac tual capital, invested in Stocks, or Bonds, or in Mortgages of Real Estate, worth double the amount for which the same is mortgaged: and, whereas, said Company has filed in thia office a written instrument under its corporate seal, sinned by the President and Secretary thereof, authorizing any agent or agents of raid Company in this State, to acknowledge ser vice of process, for and in bohalf of said Company, according to the terms of said law. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the first section of the aforesaid act, I, JAMES H. GODMAN, Auditor of State for Ohio, do herby oertify that said FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Philadelphia, is authorized to trausact the busi ness of Fire and Marine Insurance, in this State, until the thirt.v-6r.-t day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. In witness whereof, I bave hereunto sub scribed my name, and caused tbe seal of SEAL. my office to be affixed, tbe day and year . above written. stampJ JAMES H. GODMAf, Auditor of State. WM. JAMISOf, Agent, Columbus, Ohio. febS-dOt ALL WHO HAVE DRT GOODS TO purchase, should be sure to call and examine the stock of MILLS, SCHERMERHORN & CO. before purchasing elsewhere, a SPLENDID STOCK if now being exhibited. Merinos, Delaines, Poplins, Hosiery" Cloves, ) AND Furnishing Goods, BFECULITL Wa call particular attention to our fine stock of CLOAK.S, in all tbe new patterns, got op after original dealgna. Alao, an extensive line of SHAWLS in great variety. BULLS, SCHERMERHORN it CO., ': 183 South Illg-h St., Ualon Block leptU ' '""( ,.. GEO. W. ANDREWS, Attorney ' and Counsellor at Law, WAPAKONETA, AdflalBe re., O. ' raetieei fas' th. Cow of Weatsrt OhK mchs-tf LAW SCHOOL .,r.. , n HARVARD COLLECE, . I860. TWO TERMS OF NINETEEN WEEKS each, commencing MAHcarth and Septem ber 4th. . . 'j" or Catalogue anu vircniar, mhiwi ":t. . JOEL, PARKKR, RoyaU Prof f tor. Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 24, 1S6J. janSl-wstii Patronize Homo Institutions and Keep your Money in the Stat HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF COLUMBUS, OHIO. ATJXIIOKISCED BY THE STATE. OfBoo lzi TTxxloxx X31oolx.. XXiela. Street. Iitanrrn agalnnt Ijohh or Damage by Fire and Lightning. llnsiInesjM 4Donlincd to l"irt-C'lag Property within tlie State. This Company, under State control, conducts its business on tbe most approved and economical plan taking risks only in i irst-Clsxs. Detached Property, Farm Buildings, Privalo Dwellings, and their Con tents, making it safer than those insuring Mills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other property of similar hazard. It is the chiof aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large business, as being a surer guarantee to permanency and of greater ultimate suece-s; their rule ia to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do bo with the firm couviction that the plan adopted by tbem, will make tbe Company permanent and sale to its policy holders. directors: Hon. BAMCEL GALLOWAY, Columbus, 0. C. P. I,. BTTTLER, Merchant. Columbus, O. kEWIT?.tC,A'?t',p- E. F. DRAKE, Pres t X. D. A V It. It., Xenia, 0. D. B.HUBBARD, do. ALEX. H. HAN LEY, Xenia, O. OFFICERS: Samuel Galloway, Pfealdent. Alex. II. Hartley, General Asrent. Lewi. Cuaa, Vice rre.ideni. W . A. Ilanley, Aea't Gen'l Asrent. I. . Hubbard, Secretary. angin-ly SPEER S SAMBURG WINE. PURE AND FOUR YEARS OLD FOR THE COmfflUNIONTABLE AND FAMILY USE. PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS For Females, Weakly Persons and Invalids. EXCELLENT WIXE FOR FEMALES Every Family at tbia season should nse 8AMBUK0 PORT WIHE, Celebrated in Europe for its medicinal and benefi cial qualitios, highly csteemeii oy eminent pnrsi- i :U ....I In...:... ll.nit.1. and by some of tbo first families in Europe and America. AS A TONIC It has noequal, causing an appetite and building up the system, boing entirely a pure wine of a most valuable grape. . AS A DIURETIC It Imparls a bealthy action of tbe glands, kidneys and urinary organs, very beneficial 1U dropsy, gout and rheumatic affections. SPEER'S WINS Is a pure article from tbe juice of the Port grape, possessing medical properties superior to any other wine in use, and an excellent article for all weak and debilitated persons and the aged and infirm, im proving the appetite, and benefitting ladies and children. Try it onceand you will not be deceived. f Be sure the signature nf A Ifred Specr is over the cork nf each bottle. Sold bv Druggists, who also sell the CASTELLA PORT BRANDY, .choice old article imported only by Mr. Specr, direct from the vaults ot Uporto. 1 he trade suppnea in I'tuiadet pbia by French. Richards A Co., and by all Whole sa'e Dealers in . ew York, and by A. SPEER, at his vineyard. New Jersey. Fri nci pal Office. No. 208, flroadway, New York. octlS-dBmeod TEAS! TEAS I I 'f U A A .... . ..... w uij. ijeiI.R) A Hotel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain ing ohoice Teas at reasonable rates, is respeotf ully directed to our COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GREEN. BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Which 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 yon sent os before," complaints rarely occur. Persons who, as a matter of taste, or from hygienic considerations, use Black lea, often find it difucult to get a goor artiole. OUR CHOICE BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and bave established a reputa tion lor us wnerever we nave soia mem. OUR NATURAL LEAFS are of tbe purest nd sweetest chops, and being cured in the sun are free from the deleterious ef fects produced by contact with copper. A full line of staple and fanov Groceries always on hand at lowest market prices. BROOKS, STEARNS & CO., GnOOEXlfl, IVo. T3 South High St. auM (Corner Friend.) THE UNITED STATESHOTEL, Beach Street, Hooton fflastsb. (Directly opposite the Boston & Worcester naiiroan uepoc; THE SCRSCRIBDR MOST RESPECT. FULLY informs bis iriends and the pubolir, that after an experience ot over nine years aa an Assistant at the American House in this oity, he has leased upon very favorable terms tbe UNITED STATES. HOTEL, which has for a long period, under the able and pnp- i.. I r A. i u KIM BUiwoMwiiunuw. v. VW, UUOI, very liberal patronage. The undersigned will endeavor to keen nntb. popularity of th. establishment as a . First Claus Hotel, and he solicit your patronage, assuring you that no exertion on his part shall be wanting to render your stay at his house both comfortable and agrew hl. . innna in, ritAi i, J. X. DENMAN, v , u. B, 8H00P, ' Of Coshocton, o. Late Clerk Ovodal House. BUCKEYE HOUSE, ;.i,;,. r, BROAD WAT, J : Opposite State Capitol, ,'(,;'' 1 ' cotffMBvstompl'f i ii..' i ..... . ' ! '1 DEIIMAN. & . 8H00P, ; Proprietors, powe " to a - , ' M'COLM, MILES & M'D0AL'. S, (SUCCESSORS TO GEO. A WM. McDONA LD GIlOCEItS, No. 124 Soatb Hlarb Street. PE0PRIET0RS OF THE COLUMBUS FOWrER MAGAZINE. AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE MED11ERY WHITB WUKAT FLOCK. Agents for th. sal. of tiardner, Pbipps A Co.'s da gar Cured Dams. Dealer In CHOICE FAMILY GB0CEB16S Of every Description, Imported and Domestic. Fine Wines, Cordials, Liquors, Segars, Olive Oils, Sardines, etc. JUT All goods delivered free of charge. McCOLM, MILES A:McDONALDS, maylS dly No. 134 South High St. HOT Allt FURNACES PETEIt MARTIiVS Patent Improved Hot Air Furnaces, FOR FL'nLIC AND PRIVATE L'SE. For Wood or Coal. THE ATTENTION OF THE PL'RLIC is called to the above Furnacea, as they combine v.ntil.tiu. with heating qnalities. Tne inventor has. alter years of experiments, .oo- ceeded in perfecting wbat he claims to be the best Furnace now In use. Among its many advantages over the ordinary Furnaces, are: 1 he small amount of t uel required to keep it in operation. Keeping the rooms constantly supplied with pure, fresh air, drawn from Naturu's inexhaustible stock out of doors. Lane Air Chambers, avoiding the confinement of bent in heated walls nnd hut metal chambers. Improved ater Chanibors, which keep up a steady supply of moisture, which overcomes tb. great objection to ordinary Hot Air Furnaces. The castings are heavy, and strongly bolted to gether, guaranteeing durability under any degree of Particular attention is called to the SELF-REG IT LATIN U ARRANUEMKNTof this Furnace, which baa been pronounced by scientific men to be the BEST EIEIC MADE. sTaT Every Furnace warranted to give entire sat isfaction. ' REFERENCES t By permission I refer to the following parties, where the Furnaces arc in operation: Cincinnati. March IT, 1WB. Mr. P. Martin, of thiscitr.has constructed a"liot Air Furnaoo" in tho Second Reformed Church (cor ner Findlay and lla-miller streets), which has thus far given entire satisfaction. Fur efficiency in warm ing, purity of air, and economy of fuol, wocan speak of it in most favorable toruis. Its permanency and durability also seem to riromise well. The plan of draught and ventilation is good. From our exporience,wecan recommend Mr. Mar tin as an adept in the art of warming buildings, and as quite competmt to give satisfaction in the con struction of urnares, wherever practicable. Trustees of the Church' of the Cross. SAMUEL MEASE, Pastor. Mt.Notbk Daur, Reading. Ohio,! November 20th, 161. ( Mb. Martin: This is to certify that w. tried the Furnace you built for us, and are satisfied with it. Our rooms are amply heated. Yours, respectfully, BISTERS OF NOTRE DAME. I bear testimony to the above, having used tho same Furnace all last winter, aud am fully satisfied with all its arrangements. M. L. LEOPOLD. 101 Eighth street, of Leopold A Uoodheart, No. T4 Wet Pearl street. Cincinnati, June S8, 1863. As Trustee of th. First Presbyterian Church, I recently ordered one of Peter Martin's Hot Air Fur naoes, and am fully satisfied with it. GEN. M. WADE. Have one of Pelor Martin's Hot Air Furnaces. It gives entire satisfaction. GRIFFIN TAYLOR. J. R. Davy, Esq.: Jacob Netter, Esq., of Kuhn, Netter A Co.: C. Roelfson, Esq., College Hill; H. Niemer, Mt. Auburn; T. P. Saunders A t'o., Burnet House; Messrs. ShultsA Bro.j A. lilyABro., Lib e ty and Haymiller; John liast. Architect, Clark St.; John Kothan, Barr 8t.: August Frank, northwest corner .Sixth and Race streets; Roth A Mosser, fit. Nicholas Exchange, southeast corner of Fourth and Rao.; Wm. Olcnn.MS West Fourth street; Abner L. Fraser,4u7 West Eighth atreot; Board of Edu cation, Columbus, Ohio. Smoke Conaumintr Coal ' nnd Wood Hot Air Furnace. Furnaces altered and repaired. Galvanised Iron Cornices and Gutters. Tin, Corrugated and Sheet Iron and Slat Roofer. Corrugated Iron Doors and Shutters. a Full particulars regarding prion, Ac, can be obtained at my aUire, No. 141) West Fifth street, or at the office of tbe Burnet Ilnnse. . PKTHH MARTIN, No. 148 West Fifth street, between Raj. and Elm, Cinoinnati. moh8'84-di P. A. SEELS & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS Commission Merchant. ; ' .,; dialers ,,,.;,;;,,,"i.V:."V. Flour, Mi, Fiah,!. Water toe" and .Plaster, . Southeaat Comer Tom and Fourth Itraebi, ' ' COLUMDUS, OHIO 1 ' iwu,'Mti,i . : ltm. ; ... WHITE MAftSAILLES CANTON FLANNEL Hack for Children and Ladles' Drtuuwa, Sacks, Afl, Children and Itdiee Merino Coder-shirtf and Drawors, Cmhrinkable Flannels, nam 4c suit, , , augJa Bo. M to 98 South High street, Fifty-Sixth General Assembly of Ohio SECOND SESSION. SENATE. ... VIS. COUNTII8. ' - prrNATOBfi;- Benj. Egrlesion. Hi 1ft- Hamilton. Thus. II. Whililmti 11. i . .. . .ln.hu. II um. 2.1 Wa-ren and Bntler H it. MnHn nev. 3d Mon'g.imery and Preble. Lewis B. Gnnckel.,,? 4'h Hrown and Clermont. ..James Louden. 6th Gre no, Clinton, ete... .John F. Patton. 6th Rims and Highland Job E. Stevenson. , r 7th-Adams, Scioto .etc... .Jhn T. Wilson. ' th Ijawrence. Gallia, etc.. Henry 8. Neal. .X,btlr1e,ldl Athens, etc.John M. Connell. 10th Hanklinand Pickaway. &o.Z. dttitrH.' ' J,.,!1V1",,np".i.ll ?lrke, etc Anson P. Howard. 12'h Oarke, Miami, etc Jonathan Craaor. 1.1th Logan, Marion, eto Wm. II. West 14th Washington, Morg.,etcWm. F. Curtis. 1Mb Muskingum and Perry.. Tnoe. J. Maginnis. , imh Licking and Delaware. .Jos. R. Ktanbery. f 17A28 Knox. Wayne, .to I naeph 0. Devin. ' t into Coshocton A TuscarawasWilliom Stanton. ' Kith Monroe and Guernsey... JoA D. O'Connor. 20th Harrisoa and Brlmont... Jonb C. Jainuoa. i 21st-.Stark and Carroll .Henry 8. Martin. ' ' Md Jefferson A Columbiana. Norman K.M'Kensie.; 23d Mahoning A Trumbull.. .Eben Newton. 24th-Asbtabula, Lake. etc....Wm. C. Howells. ' ; 85th Cuyahoga .-. Samuel Williamson. 20th Portag. and Summit. .. JUphonso Hort. r 27th Medina and Lorain. .-..S. lloinphrey ville." 2t.h-Richland and Ashland. . . Isaa Gass. SOth Huron, Erie, eto Fred Wielbam. - 31st Senaca, Crawford, etc.... William Lang ' 82d -Williams, Auglaise, etc. Meredith B. WUUtt. 33d Lucas, Hauooos-. etc. .... Jam a. C. Hall. Republicans SO ' Democrats Republicans in Roman ; Demootats in Jtalio. Those marked thus re members of the last Legislature. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. COUNTIES. Adams.... Allen BRPRE8BNTATITK9. Willism W. West. John Monro. Geo. W. Carey. . Abner Kellogg.' W. P. Johnsod. Chart t Boeiel., Coulson Davenport. Andrew Evan. . Archibald Mayo. ' William Deford. Leandcr 11. Long. Bichard D. Harrison.. Amos Dawaon. Stephen Evans. Samuel W. Clark. JYmcA W. Thorn hi I. Thomat Beer. (Charles H. Ilaboock.. ... Ar.ariuh Everett. (Charles It. Lwkwood. Limit B. Lott.. 0. 1). Hough. Willism 1). Lindsley. Edton . Old$. James PurselL AdinG.JWb, (John G. Edward. Oc avius Waiers. Joseph Bradbury.. Benjamin li. Woodbury. Ashland Ashtabula Athens Auglaize , Belmont ltrnwn Itutler Carroll Champaign Clarke Clermont Clinton. Columbiana Coshocton Crawford Cuyabega Darke Delaware Erio Fairfield Fayette Franklin Fulton Gallia Geauga (reona... Guorusoy Joseph f'erreU.. amoralsa 11. hp.hr. n m. Manton.' Wm. Penn Nixon. ' Henry Brachmnn. A ..... l.ii:n . Hamilton I James Huston. J. M. Cochran. S. L. Hayden. John K. Green. Josiah Kirby. Hancock Hardin , Harrison Highland Hocking Holmes Huron Jackson Jefferson Knox Lake Lawrence , Licking Loan n I.ar.in Lucas Madison Mahoning .Marion Medina Meigs Mnrcerand Van Wert.. Miami Monroe Montgomery Morgan Morrow Muskingum Noble Ottawa and Wood Perry Pickaway Pike Portage Proble Putnam and ITnnrv rariev Car! in. John II. Seig.e Smith R. Watson, Noab H. Hixson. Wm. S. Drttbach. DanielS. I'M. ' .....John C. Thompson, James Tripp. Smith Lyon. : Columbus Delano. S. 8. Osborn.. ' .Samuel C. Johnson, Jr. ' .........John B. Putnam. C. W. B. Allison. . - . . y. - .-.in iirr i-i. ,1 arner.- . Nirtn. Ajurvnxu i,. Aiorenouse. . Ephraim Bidwell. . ...Keuben Carroll. ; Everett Messenger. ! James A. Root. E. Tiffany J. A. EtUU. Jonathan Randall. John i'evttr. , JPeterOdlin. JJoseph H. Dryden. I Fred. W.Wood. . J. Gunsaulus. ' James Gillogly. (Elijah Little, Oliver Kevser. ' John Ryder. . Wm. II. Free. James Kaber. ' Jamtt Jont. S. E. M. Kneeland. ' Robert Miller. . II. J. Hoehmet S. 8. Bloom. Peter Adams. Oliver Alolntyre. . Elijah Glover. r XamellmB. Titut.n 1 William FitUUng. . (Solomon Lind. "" (Humphrey Hoover. - John Johnston. Austin I). Kibbee. Andrew Forbes. James W. Robinson. I. A. Bratkm. ..James Scott. , Mark Green. ...John Brinkorhoff. ' Richland Ross Sandusky Scioto , Seneca Shelby Stark Summitt Trumbull Tuscarawas I'nion Vinton Warren Washington. WayneTT , v n illiams) ttin'gl ' W.Ayer,. W1'" S. H. White. Republicans , 77 Democrats jo ' Republicans in Roman; Democrats in Italic. Those marked were members of the last House. On joint ballot, Republicans 107 . Democrats u ' WEED Sewing Machines! W : Q':i . FAMILIES, SEAMSTRESSES, '. TAILOnS, &o, j- - ! TUB CHEAPEST IN THI WpRLD.1 . ' . X3ooavijb4 tbo X3eat I 1 ( Tbey are sure to supersede all others, as they make ) tbe BEST WORK without trouble. ' Please eaU and examine. Columbus offloe,' .U'T Ise. 838 enthHItls. (Street, . ., , , . LetUmer'e new building, (up suW , . , , . J.DAnTEUUAcl. ., i novl-Smd ' t '1 ' ' f i-.i1-.i-:i '' ,n;T j . IIETvJItY ItCEIILHU f lt :i (Laios!PnaloB'iEstaiblijhmant,N.T 1'. PROPRIETOR OF THR NEW YORK. 1 Fashionable Shaving. Hair Catting, tihaaapooa ing.Curling and Dreaaing Saloon. . . ,i 1:1 la the Baaoment of the Noil Ilousfl, nnd t ; "'-'.the Foetoffictv '' K where saUsfactlon will ee 'givea In ell tie variosj",' oranchea. . Ladies' sad Children's Hair Drawing dent fa the- best stria. . Waraa and Cold Rata eaaVka4 11 at all hear.. . ... . . . , ,. n ... . M til 11 i- FOB u:;.ul:. ".?.!'