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WEDNESDAY MORNIWO, DEO. 4, 1861
Rail Road Time Table.
Littl Mum Ctirmm fc 3toi 1. R.
" i - . . 4 -r LMVMi ': Arrives
Night Iiprces, vl Deyloa, l;00 A. M. ' 3 30 A M
A a -,.,i.. ft III A. M. B:S10 P. If.
Deylixprei 161 P.M. :'
Mail and Accommodation.. 4:00 P. M. . 19:15 P. Af,
f 1 i ',' 1 : ' 30. W.. Pobwtt, Agent
flrMjiif ana Al OlkviLAJID &. B. .
Hi.ht a.. S:S0 A. H. 1:80 M.
Km York Kxnraa 315 P.M. 1:30 P.M.
,' ' Janes Parma so s, Agent
Com.il. Ohio B. R. -Might
lip real..
Pay Ixprasa. . ..
4:00 A. M. m 130 A. M.
( to P. At. 1:30 P. U.
; . ey, J. fan, Agent.
Ptrrsacaaa, Cowman Cwcnm.Ti R. B.
. stall Train 400A.M. liSOA.K.
areteTrata.., I3A.M. MOP.m.
Jot . Bonuses, Agent. "
Colonics fc Iauunoi.ie, K. R.
(CoLcatoa PlJ Ikbuha R. Bl)
Obieago Espress .' 8:00 A.M. 8:35 P.M.
HoTlt " 1U0P. M. 11:50 A.M.
Aenduiky H : A. M.- 3 00 P. M.
0. Wi Bmiti, Agent.'
Local Matters.
CoaMTionAL Fbtival. Tht Udie of
tbs Congregational Society will bold I Festival
At the parlors of the Church' on Thursday aven
log, Deo. 5." - i'
AdmltUnoe SScj clgMdren 10s, O7ste.r0 end
Ice-cream la abuodanoe. . d3t.
Attimtion, Cplmtbiams! There will be a
meeting of the members, of thfe Coldetreem
Zouaves at tbe Vedettes' Armory ,Wlcatt Ilell,
on Thursday evening next. A full attendanoe
is requested. ".
Court of Common Pleas.
SATURDAY, Nov. 30.
In the case of James Liverpool, indicted for
rape, the jury returned a verdict of "guilty."
MONDAY, Dec. 2.
lo the case of James Smith, Indloted for es
eault to commit a rape, the jury found a verdict
of "guilty." Tbe Court on-jnolioa granted
new trial. '.'..'' 1
In the ease of Wm. Jackson, indicted for aa
aanlt and battery, the jury returned a Terdlet of
"guilty," and the defendant was "sentenced to
ten days la the dungeon oi the county jail. . ,' .
TUESDAY, Dec. 3.
In the case of Edward Dalin , indicted at last
term for selling liquor contrary to law, the jury
found a verdict of "guilty." The Court over
ruled a motion tor a new trial, and sentenced
Dalin to pay a fine of $100 and tbe costs of pros
ecution. The Grand Jury at the present term
1 returned another indictment against Dulln for
a similar offense. .1.
The indictment returned at last term against
Fred. Jameson for assanlt with intent lo rob,
was dismissed. '
The oaseof Charles Bryson, indicted for stab
bing with Intent to wound, was pending when
the Court adjourned. " . ,
Thi Review and Dkill at Cisr Chase. It
has been 'announced that the troops would ap.
pear fully equipped. Ia consequence oi - a defi
cency la the supply of knapsacks the troops will
all appear without them, to secure uniformity.
CTThe fire companies of the Sixteenth Reg
iment and tbe twelve companies of the Eight
eenth (Col. Carrington's) Regiment of regu
lars, which left here on Monday, arrived at the
Little Miami Depot, Cincinnati, the same night,
and embarked on steamers lor Louisville. - Col,
Carrlngton will aocompany them to Louisville,
and then retnrn and resume command of Camp
Thonus as a cmp of instruction, and continue
to recruit for his regiment. . ' '
gTAcc.rding to date of , commission, R. L.
McCook of the Ninth Regiment Is the ranking
officer amoaj Ohio Colonels in Kentucky.
HT Rev. Granville Moody has been appointed
to, and has accepted the Colonelcy of the
Seventy-third Regiment, 0. 7. M. It ie said
that a brother of his holds an equally promi
nent position in a Misaissipl regiment.
IETF. W. Hurtt, senior proprietor of the
Ohio Slate Journal, who recently reoelved tbe
appointment of Brigade Quartermaster, bas
been ordered to report for duty to Geo. Rose
crans. .': . '.: '
Review and Field Daill at Camp Chase.
The troops at'Camp Chase consisting of the
First Regiment of Cavalry, Col. Ransom, (nine
companies); Fortieth Regiment of Infantry,
Col. Cranor; Forty-second Regiment of Infan
try, Col. Garfield Fifty-eighth Regiment of
Infantry (four companies), Major Deleter, will
be formed as a Brigade under the comman.l of
Brig. Gen. Chss. W, Hill, and reviewed by
Gov.' Denntson at Camp Chase, at precisely
eleven p'clook, A. M. of Wednesday, the 4th
Inst. " It Is the Intention to make tbe review a
spirited affair, to ocenpy Jess than an hour. ' ,,,.
The review being' over, the Cavalry will ma
nenver in one part of the field, for about .two
boors, under their own officers, while the Infan
try; under tbe command of Brig. Gen. Hill, will
ocenpy another part of the field with evolutions
of the liae, and some movements will be exe
cuted by tbe Regiments leparaltly, for want of
room for the whole command. ,
Both arms will load and fire with blank cart
ridge during the drill. All are invited to at
tend. t, . ... aj . t. .! ! M .,
A JUffv Coihodincb. A short Time ago, as
a large-hearted Union lady, resident in Coving
ton, Ky.,' wife of a gentleman of the same charac
ter, was distributing a lot of fine apples, of which
she had a half boshel basket iuli. to the soldiers
encamped back of that city, she gave an apple
to one soldier of a group who exhibited peculiar
motion as she handed it to him, observing at
the same time that it was a pleasant thing
to receive gifts from i Udy. ,. At ..this .' she
asked blm whether he had a wife, and imme
dlately his eyes filled with tears, which rolled
down his cheeks as he replied, "Yes, madam, I
have a wife and tlx children." Observing bis
emotion her own eyes rapidly filling at tbe
tight, she quickly remarked to him: "Well,
keep op a good heart." "Good Heart! yes
madame,' that's my ', name; Goodheart is my
name!" ' Upon tbe Instant their tears were
changed to emileaV and Goodheart, the lady,
and the soldier's companions, broke , Into i
hearty lauftb. ... . .
1 P Mrs. Chlbbles bas great Ideas of her
husband's military power.' "For two years,"
says she, "be was lieutenant ia the horse ma
rines, "after whlchh"was promoted to tbe
Captaincy of a regular squad of sapbeads and
minors.. y. .., .s.,, -iw
17 ft Is said that John C. Fremont expected
to defeat P.aii- by tlealing a marob upon him.
He had thieves enough about , him to aobteve
almost anything In that particular line.
ET An exchange asks, What are (he iaWe
productions of . Kentucky! rreotloe answers,
horses and mnles." 1
IHTERESTirJC
TO EVERY "READER.
IT Ism ludtapoltbl ftet, tht If nf panon wintf on
of IhoM Mmfertabl ESgiUMAUX BJCAVEBOVEB
OOAT8, bs will !! And tbm lo Urn qoDtlilt
' 4 4 1 '
It in ptrson deilrooi of ewnlof est of tbs bta atria
of BaAVEB OVEB COATS, with tp atUobcd,
don't hreak your head, to Icara wbera to Bod them, but
to to wt -
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
.' ' ,k OpposlM tbs State Qotut.
Ton will And then thnt In all colon, kept by ' ' ,
MARCUS CHILDS.
TVID ion nrror wear aor of the BILE MIXED OAS-
XJ BIklKRB BOIT8. which are told at tlit OepltalOltj
Aroaaei umn in and ron will nna mem in pun, at
MARCUS CHlLDd'S.
YOtT mar alia b In want of PARTS and VEBTS, and
titer li but ont tiUbllebment la the Weit where
Pantt and Vtati art to be bad In alt etrlpei, thapea,
Viet, quantltlee and qnalltlra, and that place Is the
TOST foraet the extrailvt aatortmetit of f URN1 8TJ-
B S fun. tu 1 1 i- .vhai.im alrrurpa
which yon can and In "Bed, while and blue," at tht .
UAfllALi till X AKuAVQi
Bnperlntended by Marcos Child.
IV yon with to wear farmtnls MADE TO Oil
DEtA, yon oan do no better than to to to tht Mer
chant Tallorlne latabllihmeat. next to tht Arcade, and
teleot your foodi from a itoek comprlilng all oolort of
Beaver Olotha. Cauloerta, sua veiret and rinan veal
Itin, and yon will surely meet with a food St by purchaa
.. .. . t .
MILITABT OSNTLItlllf, when thty eomt to this
city, u itraotere, and wbh to get a CMIfOBM, It
Is to their best advantage to oall at
MAKUUS UHtLU&'B,
Where a large aatortment of BLTJ1 CLOTH and other
articles belonging to tht tqnlpigt of an officer oan bt
aaa at very moderate pnoes.
in snort tan at
Iilarcus Childs's,
' proprietor of that titentlve battnett looallty,
NO. Sit 23 ana ft HIGH STREET,
Oppotlte tht 0tatt Boats.
ostS7-d6m
TIIID
'Wt
Pi If I IF I
AND
BLANK BOOXMAfWFACTOHY
BPLENDIDLT I QUIPPED ' WITH
IMPKOVED MACHIHEET
I '.ABB'.
STEAM POWER.
N. W. LEFAVOR, Supt: .
NOS. 33, 34, 36, 38 WORTH HIGH STRUT,
Siateaman Bolldlna;, Necowd Fleer,
rer H. Nerlna State steam
Prlatlna; Rosae.
' XXTBA SUBSTANTIAL
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Priii led Headings, oa Buperlur Paper.
- RULED AND BOUND' ,
To any required Pattern. . ' '
8TATB DEPARTMBKT8,
1AILB0AD OPflOBfl, 1 ' .
' BANKING) H0U8B8. '
, , COUNTr Of IICI8,
;; , MMHH
" Varnlahed At the Lowest Prices.
BOOK BINDING,
By the Edition or Blngle Volume
MAGAZINES. - , .
MOMTULT PUBLICATIONS, '
PAMPHLETS,
PAPKR8,
Bound In Soy Requrred Style.
BINDING - AND HE-BINDING
' f . ' rb,l an Pr Irate Libraries.
Orders from abroad will receive prompt and special
attcotlon. Addreaa, j- -
J. H. RILEY, or, N. W. LEFAVOR,
Bookseller and Stationer, Buperlntendent
75 Bouth High Street. ' franklin Bindery.
novli-d3i
HEW GOODS
P. ROSE'S.
HATING JUST BETHBNED rROJTI
New Tork. I am now ore pared to offer to the public
a moat exoellent aaortment of 0001)8 fOB GENTS
WBAR, iwshas
; cloths, ;
j CASSIMERES,
!; ')'' VESTIONS, "
And a general assortment of -
,( ' FURNISHING COODS,
of the richest and neatest stylet In the market; all of
which I am telling at the CHBAPEST POSSIBLE;
BATES fOB CASH. , .
Vrr snoclal Attention Paid te mill
tarr Offlcere doming-. .
Saving had long experlenee la the Cat and Manufac
ture of Offlcere Clothing, I feel confident I can aire en
tire satUfactloa to all ny patrone.
. . ,!. A-.. KOBE,
- Merchant Tailor,
. Cor. High and Town Streets,
B0Vl9-lf : Oolumbua.Ohio.
. Sheriff's Sale. .
I. and James Malone, 1 1
By Jordan Malone, Oaaralau,A;o. I Union County Oom-
vt. J mon Pleat.
Xieklel Malone. J
BT TIBTUB Of A WRIT Of VENDI TO MI
directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Union
oouoty, Ohio, I will offer for sale In front of tht Court
Bourn, in the Olty or Columbus, Ohio, on
Monday, the 9th day of December, A. D. 1861,
Between the boars of 12 o'clock M, and 3 o'clock P. M.,
uiv roiiowiog properly, 10 wu;
vne mare and colt.
. .1 0. W. HUFFMAN,
. i- BherlnT of franklin coanty, 0. -
printer's fees 90 SO. 1 .
Bovil7-dtd.
-B All. & SO I..
No. 29 South High Street, Columbus,
B NOW Of f BBINQ , ' v.. 4 y
L J""1! avsUa Dress Goods at 8K,alue
SSOO yards traveling Dram floods at 12, talus 20 sts.
tUUU yarda Bngliah BSMget at UK, ralue IB eente.
UMO yards f ranch Organdlet at UK, ralue 90 cents.
SKiOs yards f aat Colored Lawna at 10, ralue M eentt.
iuuu yaras rouiaru vrtae iiiki at 31 X, yalut M cents.
1500 yards Super Plain Blaok Bilk at 1 08. value B1M
Bobea of Organdie Berage, and MaKliah Beran. at ana.
half their value. , , ,
BAIN Ac SON,
Je2 . . v 39 South High Street.
VERT STTLISII'STKIPED CLOTH
eUAWLB. In new deilrna at S3 00 Valna a.l nn.
1500 yards Super flam Blaok Bilk at Bl 00-Vala
$1 23 a raid. . -frenohMerlnos,H2)ieenls
Value 87X sts a yard.
, " 1 is centframt f t vvayard. 1
BAIN At BON,
(VMS ' ' No. 29 Bouth High Street;
IJEW GOAL YARD.
THE CNDEHSIGNED KEEl9 CON.
JL 8TANTLT oa band and for sals, tht beat quality of
HOCKINO- GRATE COAL, - H
which he will sell at the lowtat market prlcee. : v.-
. Oall and ezkmlnt my Coal belort purohatlng else
where. - .. -
Office at the store of Bradford; laydam It Oo., head
01 uantUi
P. I. BUTDAM.
ssnW4at
FfllKlINEDOKBlfiBY
THE LATEST NEWS
THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
From Washington.
Washington, Deo. 3. Tbe Madrid Corres
pondencjlal Hlspanlero, recently received here,
contains tbe following paragraph, wnion snows
tbe Irienouness or leeimg between me npanisn
Government and the Church party of Mezloo:
Yesterday took place tbe loog announced
visit to ber Majesty tbe Queen by Geo. Mira
moo. Ez-Presldent of Mezloo. Onr ausust
consla received blm with ber usual amiability.
as did also the King, ber husband, who was
seated at ber side. Tbe conversation j as tea
for more than a quarter of an bour. from In
tellleent eouroes It seems there is some founds
tioo tor the report that Queen Isabella bas
made a seoret treaty with Emperor Napoleon,
ceding blm tbe Baleario Islands, provided be
will assist oer in ner aeeigns sgeinsi mezico.
This lorenoon tbe pickets of Geo. Bleaker'e
brigade were attacked at Anandale by a party
of seceeelon cavalry, who came acrose our men
very unexpectedly. Sharp Bring toe place,
and the reeult waa that one rebel was killed
and two wounded and taken prisoners.
[Special to the Tribune.]
An order will soon be Issued from bead
quarters, Informing the Governors of the sever
al lfe States that no more regiments, batteries
or independent oompanies must be raised or
received by them ezcept upon the requisition of
tbe War Department. I be regimenu, etc.,
now forming will be oompleted, unless it shall
be deemed more advantageous to the service to
assign tbe mon already raised to incomplete
organizations now in tbe field. General Super
intendents of the volunteer recruiting etrvlce
will be appointed for all iheStatee.aud recruit
ing la each will be directed upon tbe system
pursued In the regular army. These Superin
tendents will be ofllcera of tba regular army,
retired officers if possible, or officers of artillery
not eerving in (he field. Depots for the col
lection and Instruction of recruits under com
mand of tbe Superintendente will be established
at the following places, and suoh other aa shall
be considered advantageous In each of tbe
States. Those in tht West are: Minnesota,
Fort Snelling; Iowa, Davenport; Wisconsin,
Madison; Missouri, Jefferson or Benton Bar
racks; Michigan, Detroit Illinois, Springfield;
Indiana, lodianspolis; Ubio, Uolumbus; Ken
tucky, Lawrenoeville. ' Tbe enlistment capers
of tbe volunteers will be the same as for regu
lars. .Clothing will be issued to them at tbe
State Depots. Commanders of regiments in
the field wanting troops will make requisitions
directly on the Superintendents for their re
spective States. -
No more cavalry will be accepted by the Gov
ernment, and It is the duty ot tbe Command
ing General to muster out of tbe eervice all
cavalry recruits in Incomplete regiments, unless
tbey will consent to oome in as infantry. 1 be
number of cavalry alretfdy amounta to between
sixty thousand and seventy thousand men, much
more than tbe uovernment can use.
The Richmond Examiner of Friday, Novem
ber 29 tb, contains tbe following telegram:
(Jhableston, . INov. an. lhe Uourier this
morning says a skirmish took place near Buck
ingham, on Saturday last, between the Confed
erate and Union Invaders. The Unionists at
tempted to land, but were driven off. One of
our men was slightly wounded by a shell. It
is reported that tbe enemylander) yesterday at
Bennet's ,Polnt, at the month of tbe Ashehoe
river. Four Union steamers shelled Otto Isl
and, north of St. Helena, on Monday, and then
landed. Tbey now bold entire possession of at.
Helena Sound. A number of ligbia passed our
bar on Monday night, and It Is presumed that
the Union fleet were en route South.
Savannah, Nor. 28. The papers of this
moraine state that Fort Pulaski vesterdav
threw a few ehot and shell at the camp of tbe
federals on lyoee island, wnicn caused a Bull
Run stampede to safer quarters. There are
now six Union vessels inside the bar, and five
outside.
Lvnchbdro, Nor. 28. Floyd's command ex
pects to go into winter quarters at Peterstown,
Monroe county. The roads are almost impassa
ble, and it is thought neither the Yankeee nor
ourselves can accomplish anything untjl next
f"uB t
[Herald's Dispatch.]
clause in tbe treaty with tbe Mexican govern
ment provides for a loan or siu.uuu.uuu by our
Government, to be furnished in five annual
sums of $3,000,000 each, in return for the mer
cantile advantage and transit of United Statee
troops through Mexican territory.
Geo. MoClellao ia understood to have made
the moat urgent representations to the Presi
dent in favor of a regular and systematic ex
change of prisoners. lie will probably succeed
in having his views approved and aoted oo.
There bas Deen no aavanoe oi reooi pickets
upon our lines, as bas been sU'ed, on tbe ' con
trary, our pickets bave advanced into the ene
my's country.
McCall Is moving toward Leesburg, and Geo.
Smith and Geo. Porter are extending their lines
forward, while McDowell and Franklin are
wa tolling the enemy's oenter, which is growing
weaker and weaker every day. i
(Times' Dispatch.)
I am enabled to state in the most positive
manner that the struggle is over and that the
President's conservative policy la sustained by
hie Cabinet with entire unanimity.
No flag bas been flying from tbe rebel bat
teries on the Lower Potomao for some time,
until a few days since, when the South Caroli
na Sag was unfurled and it is now displayed all
the line.
[World's Dispatch.]
Secretaries Cameron and Seward were serena
ded to-night, but only the latter appeared. He
simply complimented the musio, and stated tliat
In ten days the country wouia rejoice at great
news.
THIRTY SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, December 3.
and the accompanying .documents were ordered to be
nrinted.
nr. unmet euereu a reaoiuuon, lenaering tne uianat
of Oonereat to uommodore uupontand those under hit
command for their recent victory at Port Royal. Laid
atlde until the formation oi tne ttandtngtommitteea.
Onmotionoi mr. loater it waa reioivea ttiaa tne vice
President appoint two membert to fill the vacancies in
the Board of Begenta of the Smithsonian Institute,
canted br the death of Mr. Douglas and the expulsion
of Jaa. At. Mason. .
Adjourned.. '. . t . t
Hooti. Mr. Uaynard presented the credentials of
Mr. Clemens, the Representative eleot from the fourth
District of Tennessee. . He briefly elated the olroum
tlancttandtr which the election wat held, taylng that
mree nemoera wen smm in .lit xenneatee men
who deolare themteives for the National Oonatitutlon.
and for tht flag under which they hid lived and under
wnicn tney naa nopeu to ate. - .
On motion, the credentials were referred to the com
mittee on Eiectlont.
On motion of Mr. washbnrne the Preiident's mcssatre
waa referred to committee of the Whole on the state of
the Union, and bit motion for printing flftv thousand
txtraooptet waa referred to committee on Printing .
nr. irana ouervu iua loiiowiug;
Wanias, Henry 0. Burnett, a member of thlt House
from Kentucky, it in open rebellion against tht Govern
ment of the United BtaUi, therefore,
Jtttolvea, That said Henry 0. Burnett be, tnd hi is
hereby expelled from thlt Houae, and that the Governor
of Kentucky be notified of his expulsion. . .
Ireaofoeal, That tha Sergeant-at-armt be directed not
to pay Burnett't salary which hat accrued since theolose
of the extra teuton.
Mr. wlekllffe aaia no naa intended to prepare and
sabmlta proposition something like aa obituary notice
of hit colleague. Laughter.) Tha latter wat not, at
the resolution aisarted, ln armed rebellion, but heads a
provisional government ln Kentucky a revolutionary
oonventlon.
Hot satisfied with the treatment of thlt Government
to maintain the Union nor satlined with the course of
hit own State, he (Burnett) hat aaaumed tht Important
duty of organising another government for the better
protection of the fires, proptrty and liberty ot the peo
ple of Kentucky, and. In thlt undertaking, employed
Simon Buckner, who It not only somewhat assimilated
ln name but In the deeda of Simon Guetteres, who once
headed tht Indiana la Kenlaicky. Three timet hut tht
gallant State of Kentucky declared by overwhelming
majorltlet that tht would not leave the United Btatet to
run afltr Strange godt. or for tha ao-aallcd Southern
Bepubllo. Notwithstanding her repeated declaration
or ua vuiuu, buu ib vioiauea ot ine well known senti
ments of tht people of Kentucky, they had been told
that the object of the Convention: aod of the to-called
Southern Confederacy, was to relieve them from a des
potism and to proieot their righte. and wa waia nw.i.i.
We were told by the Executive of the to-oalltd Bouthern
Confederacy that It waa intended to niat ih. ndi.
Uon of Kentucky, which it wat pretended would not be
done by the Government of tht United Statet. -v -Tht
Union men of Kentucky never did deny the right
of the federal Government to occupy ltt toll for tht
purposes Implied by tot Constitution. Ktntuoky did
acknowledge herol)l!gatU'liiande3tpresiedhsrlntentloB
telulSllbem. - v ' , j.
Ti.. n...i..tin. f tt. ioTi-ftier of Kentucky
twA .. i.n it, r..taliture denounced It.
Two meeeengere of peace were tewt to the Executive
tne united atatee, ana one w we
am !. am..! in bnnw whftt wa tO DO dOntlWltll Ken'
tacky. Tht former laid It wat Intended to maintain
lawt and-OooiUtetlon of the United Btatee, and
thlt erea believed to be me pi " J0!"!
of Kantnoiv. . The Utter did not be Intended
tn iha n.ntr.nttr of Kentucky at under
atond kw tha aanaulnn nart Of the Btatt, but
Anth. m VM.M.n. aia ant laiLtham ht had matured
plan to aaaall them at the different polntt, nor did
tell them there waa on tbe etatutt book of tht Southern
Government a law providing money and meant no.
tuitaia Kentucky agalnat oppreatloo, but but to carry
ner lute me aoouiorn uoaieueraoy ag-auiai, .u "i.;
or two-third! of tha entire Mate.
Tha ProTi.inri JnYrnor of Kentucky wat tent to see
the Government at Blchmcmd, meanwhile Burnett It
tha head of tha new order ol affairs In tht discharge
bit duty and in armed force hat been gathered, oompoa
ed of young dee pe rate, reokleea men commanded
Buckner. In oonolueloa Mr. Wlekllffe tald: With the
blotting of God I predict by the SWth of Dtotmberno
rebel root win ha ronna on tne eon 01 mdukki lap1
DlanM.
Tht resolution for ttie exnnlilon of Burnett was adopt-
oa.
Adjourned.
Southern Items.
Baltimoae. Deo. 3. The boat from Old
Point baa arrived. Tbe following Items are
gathered from Soulbern papers:
The reported removal or tne uapitoi irom
ttictimond to Nashville is incorrect.
Tbe Southern press are advocating tbe abo
lltion of tbe eleotlve franchise;
Tbe latest accounts from Peosacola represent
that tbe Debt bad not been renewed. Accounts
say that bad tbe flltht continued, Fort MoRae
would have been destroyed. No pirticulsrs of
vne auair are given.
1 be planters throughout tbe south seaboard
ars represented to be destroying their crops,
lest tbey should rail Into the bands or tbe xan
kees. .
A consplraoy of anion men bad been discov
ered in New Orleans, causing great exoltement
were, many arrests of. a been made.
New York. Dec. 38.40 P. M The vnt
ror Mayor foots up aa follows: Opdyke, 25,359;
Gonthy, 24,538; Wood, 24.0B5. . Opdyke Is
eiectea. i . ..
New Yoeo, iDeo. 3. Soeclsls state that a
resolution will be offered In the House punish
ing any ouicer oi tne army for returning fugi
tive slaves to masters.
F. P. Stanton claims the seat nmmnUrl h
Lane in tbe Senate.
Great Exoitement in Charleston.
New Yosz, Deo. 3. Mr. Butterfleld. Mats
of tbe brig Granada, who bat been a prisoner
as inarieeton, nae arrived. He reports the
forts on other and Pbcenlz Island were va
cated and blown up on the 12ih of November.
Great excitement prevailed at Cbarleston, and
a meeting waa held ae to the propriety of burn
ing or eurrenaering tbe city. Tbe Mayor was
in favor of surrendering and so were the neonla
generally, but the Governor said it must be
Darned.
Sheriff's Sale.
B. A. Chapman Bofl. M, pM, 79.
W. n. Barey. I ''ankllnOommoa Float.
TY VIKTUEOF A WRIT OF VR-JDS
AJ to ma directed from the Court of Qommon Pleat of
Franklin county, 0., I will offer for aale, at the door of.
the Court Boum, In tht city of Oolumbut, on
Saturday, tbe 14th day of Deo. A. D. 1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p.
m., the follower deaoribed real ttute,-altuatt In tht
oounty of r ranklin and Stat: of Ohio, to wit:
Beginning at the northweet ooroer of the touthweet
quarter of aectlon number twtnty-ont (31), town (11),
range twenty one (21); thence touts forty-live polea to a
lake; thence eaat three hundred and twenty polet to
tbe eastern bouodary of the touthtut quarter aecllon
to a ttakt tituate of a hickory, eight Inchet diameter,
north MX. weit forty three llnkt to' a Jack-oar, tight
een Inchet In diameter, couth W, wtat fifteen llnkt,
thenot north with tht boundary of tht tame forty-five
polea to the northeast corner of the tame; thence wett
three hundred twenty polee, to the place of beainnibg,
containing ninety acre,, being the tame preniaet con
veyed by John S. Barey to tald Wm. 11. Karey by deed
bearing date December the 8th, 1851, and duly recorded
la tht said franklin oounty.
Appraittd at 40 00 per acre. ' -
. W. HUtTMAff, Sheriff.
P. D. Wilcox, Att'y. . .
Printer'! feet 8 DO.
nori-dltkwUl.
SHERIFFS SiLE. . ..
B. Wilton ) '
vs. J Superior Court.
W.R.Boteetal. )
T)Y VIUTUE Of AH ORDER OF SALk
U to me directed, from the Superior Court of
franklin county, oblo, I will offer for tale at the door
oi tne uoun uoute, in the olty of Columbus, on '
Saturday, the 14th day of December, A. P.
1861,
At two o'clock, P. M., the following described real ea
tate.tlluate In the county of franklin, and Slate of
The south half of a lot of land conlalnlngelghty acrei,
more or km; ins ma eigruy acres or wnicn tha part
hereby conveyed It a part of a tract originally owned by
Dr. George Stevenaon, father of Catharino Kmory, and
which by certain proceedlngi In tht Court of Common
Pleat of franklin oounty, wai parted to and divided
among the children and helrt of tald Qoorgt Slovenian,
deceaaed; taid premlsea known at tht south half of lot
number seventeen (17), at will folly appear, reference
being had to certain proceedlngi In partition tet forth In
tht; Chancery reoordt of said Court of Common Pleaa,
In book No. 9, page SIR, and being a part of tbe tame
tract of land oonveyed to Jamee P. Koaton by Robt.
Kmory and Catharine Kmory, by deed dated Iha ISth dav
of October, 1847, and conveyed by tald Boston to John
n. naner, oyueoaaatea tne sin day or November, a.
D. 1850.
Appraised at (55 00 per acre.
GB011QH W. HTJFIMAN, Sheriff.
By Ed. Davit, Deputy,
B. BmitD. Att'y.
Printer 'a feet ti 00.
. nov8-dltwld -,
Sheriff's Sale.
Peter A. Preuler
vt.
Thomai Daniel.
) Doc 9, p. 359,
' Superior Court,
BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from tbe Superior Court of franklin
County, Ohio, I will offer for tale, at the door of the
Court House, In the city of Oolumbut, Oblo, on
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 18Q2,
between the hourt of 10 o'clock A. H. and 4 o'slock
P. at., the following lands and tenements, tituate In
tbe county of franklin, State of Ohio, and in the town
of Wortblogton, and known and described at follows, to
wiv; .
Tht north equal third Dart of In-lot nnmher nlnntv
two (98), at distinguished oa tha original and renirded
plat of tbe town of Wortblogton, In aald Franklin ooun
ty. Ohio, being the same oremiiaa eanmad aald
Theodore 8. Tuller and Bobrina hit wife, to laid iBomai
iamei, uj uceu aaico august win, A. D. 1BOJ,
Appraited at tbOU 00. -
. O. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Printer's fees SO 00.
notiiS-dltfcwtd
SHERIFFS SALE.
B. Wilton
Superior Court. 1 '
W.K. Boss.
T)Y TIRTDEOF AN ORDEUOF SALE
JJ to me directed from the Superior Court of
franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for aale at the door of
the uourt uoute, In tbe Olty of Columbus, on
Saturday, Pecember the 14th, A. D. 1861,
at two o'clock, P.M., the following described real estate,
tituate In the sounty of franklla and Btato of Ohio, to
wit:
The touth hall of a lot of land containing eighty acres.
more or lets: the said tlghty aorta, of which thlt part
thereby conveyed, la a tract oiiginally owned brDr!)
ueorge ntevenson, ana wnicn oy certain proceedlngi In
the Oourt of Common Pleas of franklin county, now
partitioned to and divided among the children and helrt
at law of taid Goorgt Stevenson,: deceased; taid prem
ises nereoy conveyeti using xnown aa tne sou in naif ot
lot No. 17. as will fully apptar, reference being bad to
taid proceedlngi In partition, let forth In the Chancery
rccorut or lata uomman ricaa, iu pooa x, pagt 410,
Appraised at 55 08 per acre,
GKOKQB W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
By Bo. Davit, Deputy.
R. Bain.n, Att'y.
Prlnttr't feel SO 00
novo-dltawtd . :.
; Master - Commissioner's Sale.
Joshua Baldwin's sdm'ri ' " " . . f
vs. Court of Common Pleat.
Richard Snowilea et al. )
TIT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF BALK
Sj to me directed from the Oourt of Oommoa Pleat of
Franklin county, Oblo, I will offer for talt at the door
of tht Oourt House, in the city of Oolumbut, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A.. D. 1862,
between the hourt of 10 A. M. tnd 4 P. M, the follow.
lug premises, tituate In the city of Columbut, franklin
county, u,, to wit; -In-Let
No. 395 1 alto, loll Not. 14, IS, 16, 17, 18, 19,
33 and 34 of taid city. ..-., . .
Appraised at-Lot No. 393 13.500 00
Lota Nos. 14 and 15,at7 (W each.
v -' . , " 16 and 17, at 400) ...
i " "IB, IS, JO At 81, t7a 00 '
. - ., oo tl y,, -
r i " ' ' ' " 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
.''.-. and Matter Commissioner.
-Prlnter'ifeee,5S5.
deovdlHrtd
ds
of
the
that
tht
he
to
at
of
by
I 4. L . ' i
- vs. " i I Doe. S. pane 811, Ho.
Bamutl 0. Story at al.S ln Partmoa. , i
I" PJWANCE' OS? AM OHDEH
the said Court to me directed, will offer lor aale
publlo auatlon at 11. i .inn. n ,h. .. nnn.. in
wvi voiumDat, on -
Saturday, tbe Slst day of December, 18C1,
between the hours of 18 o'clock H. and 9 o'clock P.
the following deeeribed real eaUlt, altaala In tht coun
ty oi duu ana Butt or Ohio: - .
The andlvided two-nintha f S) of a certain traot
parcel of land, aitaaUd In the ooontyCot Vraoklia and
Slate of Ohio, lying on Darby Big Kun, a branch
ueroy ureea, a put or the ordinal aurvevNo. 3 811
and bounded and deacrlbed aa follow
Beginnttg at a largt ttont In tht Bun, lowtr eorwer
to Joalah Blvena' lot In the aooth of aald oriilnal
nj no. j,oh; uionce wun aaia line tautn elgniy
nine (80) degreet tut ont hundred and fortv (140) Dolea
at tht aouthaatt corner, eorner tree down; thence Mth
the eaat line north one ' 1) degree eaat aixty-three and
uua iimii ioji poiet to a our oat: ana inrte rtd time;
north elthty-nlnt (80) degrett wctt ont hundred aod
fifty (ISO) polet to a point in the centra of tht run, with
Itt meanders, to tht Dlasa of bailnoini. oonulnlnr aixiv
acret moro or leat
Appraittd at 1 13 00 per acre.
0. W. BCFIMAS, Sheriff,
Prlrrter! feet 00. , ,
aovli-td. ' . v '
Master Commissioner's Sale.
LonitLlndeman i
Va. annarlnv GtMrt.
Haldamond Crary et al. V .
BT virtue of an order of talt lo me directed from the
Superior Court of Franklin count. Ohio. I will of.
fer for aale at the door of tbe Court Houae In the City of
vuiumoue, on (-
Saturday, tbe 14th day of December, A. D
1861,
at one o'clock P. M.. the followine described real ealate.
tituate In the oounty of franklin and Bute of Ohio, to
Lola numbered thtrtv.ntna f3Ql. fortv flfll. fnptv-Ana
(41;, forty-two (42), and forty three (43), In the addition
of II. Crary and others to tbe city of Golumbue, at
dealgnated ln tht plat of tald addition, recorded In tht
iworuera emct or franklin eunty, UBio.
Jippraiaea at
Loll Not. 89. 40 and 43, 3S0 00 each.
" 41 and 43, 300 00 "
9. W. HUFFMAN,
, Sheriff and Waiter Oommltiloner
Prlnteri feet. tG.
Dov3-dltA.wtd
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel Partont' Kxeculom
vt. superior Uourt.
John K. Beyl st all.
B VIRTUE OF A If OHDEH OF SALE
to me directed from tha Snnerior Onnrt M Innllin
Oounty, Ohio, I will offer for aale at the door of the
Couit Uoute, In tbe city of Oolumbut, on
Saturday, the 28th dav of December. A. D.
1861,
between tht hours of 10 o'clock a. a., and 4 o'clock r. u.
the following deacrlbed real eatatt, tituate In the oounty
of franklin and Bute of Ohio, to wit: Lota Not. aeven,
i, i aignt, c) moo. t; ana ten, ttu; oi jonn and uenry
liller't ubdivUlon or lott Mot. tlfrhty.nlne, (8)'ninety,
(00) and ninety one. (01) of Oroabi'a addition to nut. Int.
eaat of Oolumbut. as delineated on the nlat thereof, re.
corded In volume one, pagt taventy, of the record of plait
Appraist d Lots Not, 7, 8, it 1300 00 each.
.0. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff
and Muter Oommitaloner.
Printer t feet 0.00. .
novl7-dlltwtd
MILLIONS OF MONEY
For an Inch of Time!
WAS ONCE THE EXCLAMATION OF
a dying Queen. That inch ot time can be procur-
a muoh cheaper rate, and many long yean ot
. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS :
enjoyed byeontaltlni Dr. HirtF.YWIATHF.ft.' who
it curing tne mott obillnato and long standing dlseatet
or ine iunuB, URMti'. liveh, k.iuhkib, hlau.
DER, STOMACH R1IRUMATI8M DISBABB8 PIS CO
LIAR TO f IMALBB, SKIN DIBBABKS, AND ALL
ArsjEuxiuriB uir j.um jsia ah aAtt. -
Faeta sire Stabfcarn Tulag:sl
Ilesr what the Philadelphia correspondent says In the
"Common wealth," Wilmington, Delaware, 8th of April,
1859:
"An Ingllah gentleman, formerly connected with the
British Army, and who styles himself the 'Indian
Botanic Physician,' hat of late gained en extensive repu
tation here by hit skill In coring all manner of com
plaints. Some of hit patients I bave converted with,
and they pronounce hit remedies and mode of treatment
as very superior. Some have been restored at If by
magio. The medicine ha ates it distilled by himself
from various herba poaaeasftg rare curative propertlet.
"Whilt acting In tnt army he devoted hit leisure mo
menta to a thorough ttudy of tht effeott produced by
certain medicinal roota and herbs on all manner of dis
eases. It aeema ht baa found a sure and speedy reme
dy for all the 'Hit that flesh It heir to.' Hit practice It
already extensive and It dally lnoreatlng. In the com
plaint! to which f emalea are tabjeoted, he hat no equal
aa a large number here have tet lifted that they owe not
only their present good health, but their lives, to tht
Skill of this Indian Botanlo Physician."
Offlce 37 East State 3treet, Columbus.
Elegant Lace Mantillas,
BAIN tto DON,
No. 29 South High St.,
HAVB Jutt opened an Invoice of very large and
handsome
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
Wide French Laces for Shawls.
Very Deep French Flouncing Lacea ,
Real Thread, French, Chautilla at Oeoevese
Valenciennes, j: vt de Gaze, Brussels
ana Tnreaa Laees and Collars,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS,
. -.'J.- .--: , , In new Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS,
. -i For traveling
PRICES liOW.
Traveling Dress Goods.
UOZAMBIQUIS, POPLINS, BHIPUIRO'S CHECKS
SILKS, POIL DB CH1VRS8,
. LATELLA8, BROOni TALINCIAS, to. fco.
Tht best and most fashionable styles tn the olty,
AT VERY ixrw PRICKS. ";,
.. .; , ,.-- BAItT son, ,v
JeSI 80 South High Street.
Sheriffs. Sale.
John R. Ililllard 1 Doo S.pagelOl. '" '
ti. I Superior Court of fran1tlineoun
Mary Toung et al. i ty.Ohio.
BY VIHTIE OF A WHIT OF VENDI
to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of frank
11a oounty, Ohio. I will oSer for aale at ths door of the
Oourt Houn, In the city of Colombo Ohio,
On Saturday, the 14th day of December, A. D.
; ; ., ' 1861, . :.
between the hourt of 10 o'clock, A. M.. and 4 o'clock
P. M., tht following deaoribed real estate, tituate la
franklin oounty, Ohio, to wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land In the township of
ncrwtcn, oouatreoi ana aetoriDea ae ioiiowr Beginning
at P. 8. Avery's 8. W. eorntrl thence K. on the line
between the Arery and Herlfaah Crawford' line to the
boundary of the 0. P. and I. B. B.; thence N. W. with
the B. K. to Artry't line; thence 8. with the original
turrty line to tht place of beginning, eontalolng one tore
of land, more or lest, being part of survey No. 3,453,
In tht name of William Barksdale.
.Appraittd at 150 00.
Q. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff
Printer"! feet, $0 00. ., .. ..
novJ-dltfcwld .-..'y v-- , . ,
PRINTED OTTOrftAN HEPS,
X - Plain Ottoman Cloths;
tlagentaand Blaok Check Talenclu;
, , nroene nonrmti Dress uoouat . .
' ; . Balmoral Sklrtsi - -J v" '
! Alexanden'Kid Olovtt;
f.f t Goto Trail Hoop Skirts. " " v '
j 1 . Corsets. Hair Kelt,
t -u-t.. flaM merinos.
BAIN soir,
astS He. Bouth High Street,
I
OF
at
i..
if.,
ar
of
Master Commissioners Sale. ,
A. WbltlngaodO.M, Personi, 1 '
Bxecutore of 0 , Swan, t Doe. 3. p. MS.
- J.mo. fUattkl. '? r"9"1"
Bl .virtue of aa order of tale to me directed, from the
Superior Ooortof of franklla a..,, nki. r -in
offer for tale at Iha door nf u.. n... d '. .u.
-aaT -e vvBtaaaastwaayi vaa
Saturday, tba 28th day of December, 1861,
Between tnt noun of 10 o'clock A. If. aaA a .ui d
ht., the following deacrlbed oremlaaa. la win
Part of lot No. S. of Bakar and MlfehalPi
tf out-lot No. SSI. Oolumbut. Ohio. b-rlrMn. .h-
soulbwett oorntr of said lot No. 8, at tha northeast cor
ner of tbt intersection of Mound and Seventh strteta;
thenot eastward ly on Mound itiear one hundred aod
twenty feet to a private al tyl thence northwardly by'
u mwj vi to miuaie oi aaia 101 no. v: tntnea wtat
WardlF parallel With Mound atraat tr Iha frant an a.
enth ttreeti thence southwardly oo Seventh street to tbe
yiavv oi ucgioning.
Appraised at (11100. '
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
..... . tnd Master Commissioner.
Printer's feet 9 00.
novlUdltAwtd
Master Commissioner's Sale.
3. Derringer's Administrators,
vs. I Superior Court
D. 0. Dunnuck, etal. )
BT TIBTUB Of AV OBDBB Of 8AL1 TO Ml
directed. from tha Snnerinr r,h .r ,H..n..
T, Ohio, I will offer for tale at the door of the Court
wa iu iu en oi voiumout, on
On Saturday, the 28th day of December, 1861,
between tne noun or 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P
M., the foilowiogdetcribed premises, altnatain Wnnbit
oounty, State of Ohio to wit: Tbt three equal undivid.
ea lounn parte or ill tbe lands, tenements and water
power leased by Wayne Grlswold acting member of the
Board of Publlo Worka, to Chriattap Barrlnger, and Lorln
Tarrington by leaae bearing date Idav 1st. ISM. tth..
with the undivided three-fourth parte of all the ttructuret.
Improvement! and machinery on laid landt and of the
appurtenencesthe-eunto belonging, and of all tbe rlghte,
bene tils and privileges whatsoever secured by laldTeaae
to taid letste. The premliea above referred to are tituate
on the Oolumbut feeder at tht lock commonly known aa
f Itber't lock, and said premises are commonly known at
the Columbus Mills.
Terms uf eale-ront-htlf cash on day of tale, one-fourth
In one year, and one-fourth In two i. .
a. v.u,., mxiv ymjmva awurea ny mortgage oa
Appraittd at S3,,vm.
M . B. The remaining undivided ana fourth f
nntnM. will .k. . . r -
r.,.., vua. iu. an, iimo ana piece, and up-
Appraised at I,2M.
GBOROB W. HUFfMAS, Shtriff,
nrl Mmtiraa ilAmmla.in...
I Prlnttr't fee S3 00. .
novl7-dltfcwtd. .
Sheriff's .Sale,
in )
Superior Court. ,v
tal.)
John 0. Doran
va.
W. H. Zigleret
BV VIRTUE Of AN ORDER Of HALE
to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of frank
lin Oounty. Ohio. I will offer for -I. i. a -
the Court-House, in the olty of Oolumbut, on
Saturday, the 14th daw of December, A, D.
at ont o'clock, p. m., tht following described real at
lata, tituate in tht count ut tr.ni, tin .. a....
Ohio, to wit: ' '
Twenty-one feet (31 ft.) off the North tide of lot num
ber four (4), In a subdivision of lots 37 3d, 38 and 40,
In Deehler'e addition to tht city of Oolumbut, reference
being had to the plat of Deahlar and Hardy, recorded In
the Recorder's office of franklin oounty, la book No.
Appmtttd at 11,300.
O. Tf. HUFFMAN, Sheriff
Printer's fees 8.0O
nov3-dllAwld.
Superior Court of Franklin Coun
ty, Ohio.
Joseph Prlct and wife
,MW,re Doc. 3, pagt 119.
rttal. ) "'e in partition.
. vt.
John Cramer
PURSUANCE OF AW sistns-ss (la
1 u
the taid Oourt to mt directed. I trill alT.r fa. aaia
at the door of the Court Uoute in tba city, of Colum
bus, on , . .,.
Saturday, tbe 29th day of December, 1861,
between the boon of 10 o'clock a. m ., and 4 o'clock p.
m., the following deacrlbed real estate, altaala in tha
oounty of franklin, and Slate of Ohio to wit;
ine remaioaer or a tract or land estimated to contain
ont hundred and Be acret, known at the Old Poor
Houae farm, being the aamt laud conveyed by John An
derson to hit tout Hobert, Joshua, Reading and John
Anderson, by deed dated July 13th 1839, after cutting
off fllty acret from the eatt side of tald tract, which wat
Mt off to itobert King and wife, li an amicable partltioa,
by deed dated December ISth, 1BJ5. .
Appraised ot G5 00 per acre.
. . . . 0B0' W. HUfPMAN, Sheriff.
Printer's fees, 0 00.
Not 17, lrGHttd
! Master Commissioner's Sale.
S. 8. Eastwood i
jju Superior Court.
0. B. jfTettetaL)
BYYtaHTSJK OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Court of frank
lin County, Ohio, I will offer for aale, at the door of
toe uourt nouae, in toe city or uolumbut, on
Saturday, the 14ib day of December, A. D.
186L,
at one o'clock, P. U., lhe following described premises,
tltnate in the county of franklin, and Slate of Ohio,
to witt
Being lhe eaat part of the north half of In-lnt Ka.
10T of tbe city of Oolumbut. belnc thlrtT-one and ana.
quarter (31M) feet wide on front ttreet, and encoding
weilerly of the tame width one hundred and thirty-two
AppraltCu at 11,400. ...... f
fl. W. HUffMAW. Sheriff,
and Matter Commitaioser.
H. 0. Niai Att'y.
Printer's feet S 00.
nor7-dltfcwtd
B ATTST & SON;
SO 89 SOUTH HIOH STREIT,
ABK NOW OFFEBINO
liOOO yards Saptr Plain Black SUkt at 1 OO vala
1 83 per yard. v
2,500 yards TraveKsg Drem and Uantls Ooodt
18 l8oentt value 80 oenls per yard.
3,000 yards White Brllllantei'at 18 4-8 eentt
value 80 eentt per ard.
3,000 yards fine and PomatUo Oioghamt greatly an
der value.
" -AL.80:-
LAROE AND DESIRABLE LOTS Of
KOZAKBIWES. VJALZ0EI5ES, .
CBALIU, TOVUXD 8IIU,
KN0L18H BASK0X3, LAVELtAS,
; IiAWRS, CALICDE8, TOPLHra, .
AND ALL OTHER
New and Fashionable DretM Good
In the most deilrahle styles an I it very lowers prices.
Of all materials, made In the moat ttyllsh manner all
tht latest Parti fashions ins mott elegant stylet
tbe city. , i ,
BAIN Ac SON,
may 30 Ma 89 South illgh ttreet,
GOLDEN HII-L. SHIRTS, A
OOLDKN HILL SH1BTS. ...
QOLDhN HILL SI11BT8.
The pattern of these ahlrta are new. the Bodies. Tokaa.
leave, and bosoms are formed to fit the person with earn
and comfort. Tht mark upon eaoh one designating the
ilia may be relied on at beln g correct, and each ihlrt la
guaranteed well made A full ttock of ill qualities
constantly ror tale at - BAIN'S,
aoTSt. - r Ho. W South High atraat
Cranberries 1 Cranberries !
OA BBLH. CRANBEKBIE8, IN OVOI
OV OKDBK, en cinslgument. . . v -for
talt low by
win H. uaaneauA,
oclSS
109 South Uieh Slraet.
100.
MATS CASSIA. . '
2 Cases No. I Uorrnmeot nutmcgl. .w
f ralli Clovet
10 boxes Citron. ,..
30boxtit)ll Raisins ' '
S5 " Layer do - ; . : ' - -y
lOOdrumi Flgt. - ' ' - .
8 cask, Ztule Currants, etc. eto. k
Ia store (or aale by -
. . WM. n. RKHTIBAUI, .,,
novlt . - ' 108 Soatb. High Street.
f'l Irish Linen' Goods. . .
WARRANTED FAKK1U
Linen Shirt Boiomt . P.aia and Fancy ..
Bhirtlut and Uotom Linens.
' I
Linen fhcetit.its tnd Pillow Casings. '
- Linen 0ambrct and Long lutwns. '
1 Cl l.-t K.n.li.r 1 1 . 1 . . "
tilucu rwn,'MMn.B ., a,, n
' - - Linen Towellings andMapan
tlnen Najiklns and U'Oyliet. : ....
llrt5 Table Cloths and Satin Damaska , .
Vlneo Towtlt with colored borders. 1 " '
' tinea BUlr Core rings and Orask. '
f or aale at low prioaa.
BATH At SOU,
hb& - o.9Bonth High street.
npHK OHIO STATUMAK BXEAM'
J BOOK AND JOB
PRINTINO ESTABLISHMENT
) fV Bavlnc locreajed its slrtady
-'a.
EXTEIfSIvK FACILITIES,
; . ' i - it .
is fully prepared to txtcute la the
MOST ELABORATE MAFNglt,
AMB a
TUB LATEST STTLB.
0AXAL00UI8,
BRIXf S, ,
BILLS UDI50,
BILL HJCADI,
noTis,
II RAFTS,
CHICKS.
CIKOUIAJU,
PAHPHHTJ,
. LSRU sHAfiS,
LIOAL B LAKES,
DRAT BlOf IPTS,
UBILS, CAJICS,
INTtLOPIl,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And sverytdetcrlpUoa of
LETTER PRESS PHINTINO,
XxuX to tiUhhmtk in the State, tad flpa.
terms wliiQh will 9ompv fkronU with th
leading latttra Printing Houses.
Haring every IT'avcillty to aid TJa
in Tasf paoDDOTion or
ELEGANT POSTERS
AD
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
HOW CARDS,
We offer our servtoes to all who may desire that eiaat
of work.
We hare connected with our Cttabliahment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
from Whi wt produce the
1 4 '
Flzxest SIaxxIs. Worls
alfB THB MOOT .
8 L B BAIL EOAD BLASZ BOO
OUR TABLISHMENT
Xi to Ut4mlttd
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TJJLJbJ I2X.Xl.Ct-I23aT
trot sroaT
COMPLETE IN FACIUTIES,
aire t most - '
' PERFECT III ORGANIZATION
Ia this City, aad we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
. ' WTnr akt
Prlntlntr Donaa la tha Want.
RICHARD RETINS,
" PBOPBOTOft
GOOD SAMARITAN.
B B. AnMOTROilGv
No. 17 East Town Street ' '
wholesale: a retail dealer in
STOVES AND TIH WARE.
87 A la.ge stook ot tht 0009 SAM ABIT AS oa
inT
ban
noTl3-d)m
COLUUD0O
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tha Beat Artificial Halm ao slit).
Huiuam kia-kS ever ! ted.
JOSEPH 8. miEY,
PRACTICAL 4 SCIENTIFIC OPTICUNf
XT Eft PS THE LARGEST
ASSOKT
ol Spectaclea.
IV aent of tht most Improved kinds
All hit Ohutet, whether for near or far-sighted, as '
giound la eoacavo eoavea form wit the greatest ease,
so as to talt the yet of all eases, curing Weekneao
Ditalueat or tutammatlon of tht Bret, and Imparting
ttreogth f.,r loag readrag or doe tewiog.
Olfice, Batt Bute ttreet. at Beilaer Veottat'a
MatieStwt ,-. v,j ... ,
aaaS-asy , .... ....... ' .. . ' ,...'
TIIR WEST lltlltfl OS OF
eaiuilx:
a i
fLOUH, by barrel or dray load. . ,
ror aaie ny
WM. H. M8TI.AUX.
ovU . lOSSeath M ahltrtat.

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