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SATURDAY MORNING, DEC 7, 18v
Rail Road Time Table.
IilTTU Mhmi At OaumsO k JlKIA R. R. , .
M 1--tTM. Arrive.,
Night Eiprets, via Dayton, 8:00 A. M. 3:30 4. M,
Oluclnnail Aocomiusualtoa. 0:10 A. M ' 4 :20 P. M.
DavKiuro.t..... 1.55 P.M.. . 3:00 P.M.
Mall and Accommodation.. 4 00 p. I
J Ml. W DsusaTV, Agent
OoLcmui at Ouvtua K. B.
New York Expreei....
OarnniOmo R, H.
Night BiprM. .... ..
Pay Rjpr-H-;-1 ,'
..'.3:50 A. M." IA.M
.. 3 15P.M. 1:30P.M
; Jmn Fattkrson, Agent
4 00 A'. l. .:"!: A. M
, 3:!0 P. ., 1:30 P. U
" 1 W. J. In, Agent,
PirmrasB, Ooi.tman it OiwTumft B. X. '
Mall Train iwii.j.M'rf
4:00 A.M. , 1:30 A. M
MiprMTrUi.v.,.......Jii VJr. at
1 . r i i t. j 1J Jo. BeiiMMik, Aontt
OOLOMBDt At iMOUKOrOLU, R. B. , "
(OOfcOstSOS PlOA Ac Ixdiaxa B. S.5 r'l
Ohloage Express 8:00 A. M. 8:35 P. M
No.S " m W .,M,,,A11:50 A. II
Bandarty " .9.40 A. U. t oo P. M
C W. 0H1TE, Agent,
BaLMOKaL BgiiTa. It will be teen by adrer
tlgeaent in another tcolump, that ileadley.
Cberly & Richarda this day received another
large lot of Balmoral Bklrte, ranging In price
from $2.50 to $3.75. They have aleo just r
celyed a fall line of Ladles' and Gentlemen's
Fun, Ladlet Cloth Cloaks', Shawls and Bom
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS,
250 and 252 South High street.
Solduri' Aid Booirrr. A meeting of this
Society will bo held in the basement of tbt
First Preabjterlan Chnrcb,at two o'clock, P,
M., on Monday next, the 9th lost. Matters of
general Interest will be brought forward at this
meeting, and a report presented respecting the
oondltlon of the Society and the distributions It
We cannot too earnestly commend the ob
jecte of this Soolety to our fellow-oitizent.
Membership In it Is open to all the ladies of our
eity who feel sufficient interest in its design to
causa their names to be appended to its oonstl
tntion. - .V. ' ;..Y " .' " ,
The purpose of the Socloty is not perhaps
clearly nnderstood by all. It is not to furnish
clothing and subsistence to the soldiers In gen
oral. These things are done through the
Qaartermaater and Commissary Departments
But the great and benevolent object at which
the Soldiera' Aid Society aims, is simply, in
connection with the Sanitary Commission and
nnder Its supervision, to famish supplies for
the hospitals, which the Government either
wholly negleots to furnish, or furnishes In a
. niggardly and scanty way in one word, to con
tribute to the comfort, encouragement and re
covery of the sick and wounded soldiers.
Having stated the object of the Sooiety, we
feel that it would be superfluous to add one
word in commending It to the sympathy of the
ladles or to the liberality of the gentlemen of
our city. To tell what it la for Is to make the
best appeal In Its favor to the heart of every
man, woman and child.
Court of Common Pleas.
FRIDAY, Dec. 6.
In the case of Rezin Parker, Indicted for
manslaughter, the jury, last evening, returned
a verdict of "not guilty."
In the case of Jones Smith, indicted for an
assault with intent to commit a rape, the Jury
returned a verdict of "guilty." The verdict
was set aside and a new trial granted.
The trial of Samuel Gribby, for arson, was
commenced to day, bat had not concluded when
the Court adjourned.
Items of buainees trannaoted in the Probate
Court of Franklin county, Judge Albert, dur
ing the week ending Friday noon, December 6,
Only ten llceuees were Issued during the
Rev. George Parrott, ot the M. E- Church,
H. Taylor, Administrator of Thomas -uon's
estate, filed his final account.
Xmaaoo Webster, Administrator of' John
Weoster'e estate, filed bis first account. ...
Henry Ridenour, Administrator of Henry
Auchey's estate, reported appraisement of real
estate and no sale for want of biddera, .. Order
issued for re appraisement and sale. - '
James Biker. Guardian of Rohett Peoples,
filed his final account. - "
Jamea Baker, Guardian of Catherine, Mary
and James K,T Peoples, and. Samuel Sbarp,
Guardian ot Wm. Mason's -heirs, filed their
second accounts'.' C- 7 -V
Ermln" Case Guardian of George W. and
Anna E. Ball, filed his first account. .
Edward Livingston, Trdstee of ,'rnoob Ruse's
estate, filed hia final account - .
George Taylor, assignee of Daniels & Hoyt,
wai cited to appear in Court and give security
for the faithful execution of the trust.' !.
17 Gov. Dennhon has pardoned Cook, who
murdered Kate Beaureaa in Cincinnati about
two years since."! Hia ftiends in Cincinnati, we
understand, are wealthy and Influential.1' On
what grounds be wsl pardoned, wo are not ad
vised. ',.--' :
ST Rev. H. G- Comlngo, a well known Prcs
byterlan clergyman of Steubenville, died lud
dnly of Diptherla, on Sunday morning, the
T Dr Frank Rose, of .West Rnahville,
Fairfield ooonty, Ohio; son ofvP,.Roae, Esq", M
this city, baa been appointed Assistant Surgeon
for the Forty-third Regiment, organizing at Mt.
Vernon. ' . .
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03" A. P, Stone, Esq.,, Treasurer, of State,
baa purchased h former residence of Gov,
Chase, corner of. Stata and Sixth streets, and
has entered tiptm Its bnpanct.",', -'
REUtAac or a f ouwo PaisoNtaTha Cm-
ciooatl Enqulf& ftofc&iei to have received pos
itive information-that Major J. B, Hallam,
Esq., distinguished and talented , lawyer of
Newport,,Ey., had been released Irom conflno
aient at Camp Chase, where bo baa been held
as a political prisoner for a number of weeks,
by order of General- Mitchell. The Enquirer
adds: i- .--v t 5 !-,!."
This release of a loyal cittzei of Kentucky,
whose arrest was au act of the blindest tyranny.
wm don on the . authority ot General Bueli,
now la oommand atloaiaviile It is an act of
tbt simplest justice, and should bavrbeen done
Ftr nfra-f Too Cincinnati gtxctl statcj
that Hallaa anfaf?-' others of tho Camp
Chase prlnouors hare been sent to Newport
Samtoki by order of Gen. VaeU.
IT Dr. C. E. Bolo, of tbli olty, 8argeoo
tbt Ninth Ohio, returoei bomt k few dy go
on 1ut of beoc8. .Too Dootor look! well
ud to good gplriU. Tb mountain sir leemi
to tgree with him.
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Timu or IIoldikq CooATt in tni Fifth ju
bioul Diitwct for tbc Yia 18C2. DUtrict
Cturtln the countf tf MdlMu May 9thi
franklin. May 12th: Pickaway. Ma 19th.
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vnni uermont, September 29tbj Roa,Ootober
3dj rayettoOotobejt 16tb ; Highland)' October
Gmimon Pleat Firit Subdwitwn Adams
county, Feb, 25th, July 15th. Oct. Slat; Brown
Alaroo- 11th, Aoguat 19tb, Wey. 4ih Clermont,
Maroh 25th, July SOjh, NofBth.':"; ;
Secnd 8ubdivitlonRo eonntt. March 4th
June 5th, Noy. iltbj HlgbJand.Fab. 11 lb, May
20th, Oct. 29th;, Fayttet April, Ut,. July 15th,
Third SubdiemonFttnMitx . county; Feb.
24th, May 2Gth, Nov. 10th Pickaway,; Match
4tb,Jone3d, Oct. 27thj Madison, April 7th,
June 30ih, Oot. 27th."- , :
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Mooday, the ICtb day of December, A. D.
at on 'olook, P, 1I th following geteribel property,
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iTaa, ana lot or LttDHi.
ITl4 en a the proportr of Mlebael lehnoeker.
rnnior'i tee 00 O..W. HUFfMAN, bheriff.
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THE LATEST NEWS
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From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
Skirmishes on the Potomac.
No Danger of War with
LATEST FROM MISSOURI.
FIGHT NEAR SEDALIA
McCulloch goes into Winter Quarters.
IMPORTANT FROM PORT ROYAL.
Three Batteries Taken Twenty
Miles from Charleston.
NEW ORLEANS GETTING SCARED.
&c. &c. &c.
Washington. Dec. 5. Col. Leonard, of the
Thirteenth Massachusetts, telegraphed to Gen.
Banks yesterday that his men at Hancock
shelled and dispersed a party passing westward,
w auuui mr aiiacs:, out large enoaga tor
For some time oast tha enemv has pnf. nnt
J:, r . r- - w '
uauy irom rairiax oourt House a soonting par
ty of one or two thousand men. It breaks ud
Li. i r e e. . . '
uiv Euunun m uny or one nunurea. wno attack
oar picket guards.
Ueut. Knight, of the Third New Jeraev.
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new mm uny lire men as iar aa ourts'S station
on tne usage and Alexandria Railroad. They
Bvrcwjucu twn leiegrapn wires across Uld lirad
dock road, one as high as the forehead of a man
on horseback; the other lower, and awaited the
result on this side. Presently half a comnanr
of rebel cavalry dashed up on a charge. The
wires unseated two or three, and threw the rest
into confusion. Our men rushed ud. emntled
six saddles and took ono prisoner. Eieht of
vuo party woo were in amouen completed the
route and emptied two more saddles. Eight
horses gallopped within our lines.
.1 . t . . , . .
une norseman taken prisoner, waa orderly
sergeant 1 . H. Dunham of the v6th Georgia
Hussars. He gives information respecting the
enemy's scooting expeditions. He says that
the poetofflce bittierto at Fairfax has been re
moved to Manassas.
A letter from Port Royal states that a recent
ly taken prisoner there says that the ship Fin
gal from Glamgow with- seventy rifled cannon
and a cargo of rifles and munitions of war, run
up Satoush river in a fog ainoe oar fleet captur
ed Forte Walker and Beauregard, and that
there are six thousand soldiers at3avannab.
This information Is discredited at the Navy De
partment. Letters found on prisoners, reoeutly
taken, however, speak of the arrival of a ves
sel laden with contraband of war in the latter
part of November. She is probably the last
that will reach that port.
Washimoton, Dec. 6 The President avows
his purpose to adbere to a oautious and prudent
polioy in relation to foreign afCtirs. Thoro need
be no apprebensions of a recurrence of hostili
ties between the United 8tates and Great Brit
ain, for unless the British government should
seek a pretext for war there is no ground for
serious difficulties. The Government feels no
anxiety on this snbjeot, believiDg that a temper
ate policy will stay excited feeling and tend to
cement the friendly relations between the two
The work on the new military bridge across
the Potomao ia progressing rapidly. The bridge
will soon be ready for use.
A oauoaa of the Republican members of Con
gress will be held to-morrow night, for the pur
pose ot agreeing upon a line or policy iu refer
ence to the slave question.
. A letter waa received yesterday from Capt.
tanning, of the Federal army, who waa captur
ed a fortnight ago while out with a foraging
party. He is in jail at Richmond.
Ail the New xorK regiments on this side of
the Potomao will be reviewed to day north of
secretary uamerou lett to-day lor Hama-
It is expected that the House Investigating
Committee will report on Monday. 1
Lieut. Col. Reynolds baa been appointed Re-!
eident Agent at Port Royal, under the general
regulations, relative to securing and dieposiog
of the property found or brought within the ter
ritory now or hereafter occupied by the United
8tates forces in the disloyal States. He has
been ordered to report to the Secretary of the
A bill will soon be introduced In Congress
authorizing tho organization of a steam fire en
gine brigade, as a large amount of government
property has recently been destroyed for the
want 01 suoo orguDizatwo.
There can scarcoly be a doubt ot the paasaze
of the measure.
There are forty en persons from Maryland
and Virginia in the county jail, arrested by con
stables on the presumption that they are fugi
tive slaves. A dimoulty exists in toe way 01
their disobarge from the fact that it cannot yet
be ascertained whether they are all contra
bands, and loyal citizens have a right to claim
a surrender of their property,
Frankfort, Deo. 6. to the Legislature E
F, Barns (Disunion), of Owen connty, offered a
series of resolutions, inoluding a demand on
tbe federal Government for the return to Ken
tucky of ex-Governor Morehead and other po
litical prisoners, and affirming that tho Presi
dent's message foreshadows the impossibility of
preserving or reconstructing the federal union.
iteterred to committee on federal Keiattons-
Tbe Union members to-night are holding a
caucus to agree upon resolutions regarding tbe
present affairs, which will probably bo offered
The Vermont to be Prepared for Service
—Sent to Fort Warren.
Boston. Dec. 6. Orders have been received
at tbe nary yard to prepare tbe line of-battle
ship Vermout for service at once. It la thought
she ia Intended to take tbe place of tbe Con
etitutlon for the use of the naval School at
Newport, being able to aooommodato a large
number of pupils.
- The following navy lieutenants, recently from
the ast India squadron, were consigned to
Fort Warren to-day. charged with disloyal
ty: Wm. F. Gloasell of Virginia, Alex. DeBrac
ol Virginia, Julian myera 01 ueorgie, ana vai
ony A. Forrest ot Maryland. - . 1 :
. DrraoltMicH Deo. 6. Col. Rankin of the
Lancers haa been officially advised that tbe re
Cent order of the Adjutant General, regarding
Cavalry Regiments doee not apply to hia Regi
ment of Lancers. It will now be filled up from
Incomplete Cavalry Companies or Regiments
from other States, and be ready for service very
soon, ' -.
A Steamer CaptureA by Hebela. -
' Lopisvilli, Deo. 6. Tbe steamer Pinkvsr
ble from here with cotton mill machinery, pro
ceeaing to aaenvme nnder a permit from Sec
retary inaee, was seized, by the rebels, and
now neta oy iiieuieuani mcuavenack in oom
mand at Fort Donelson. He waa awaiting or
dere from Gen. Johnson. ' Tho aaaohinery was
taken to Nashville. ". - !
Tbs Louisville papers toaolmoualy condemn
the policy of Cameron ln-referenco to the
emkBolpatlon and the prospective arming of
siarss. auw juutu.i ; tn freeiasoj n
Kansas, Deo. 6. By ordor of Geo. Hunter,
Col. Jennlson'e Regiment mpved to a point mid
way between Kansas City and Leavenworth,
au communication between here ana lode
pendenceia cutoff. r
The rebel Hays, with three hundred men,
visited Independence on Monday, seised all the
horses belonging to the Paolflo Stage Company,
ana maae a general oonnscation or an ton
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prupeny 01 union omsens. v
Scdalia, Deo. 6. Yeaterday a party of ex
asperated citizens of all oartiea attaoked a sane
of returned rebela from Price's army, under
Captains Youns and Whaatlav. near Dunks-
burg, about twenty miles west of here, killing
seven a.d wounding ten of them. Among the
killed waa Captain Youne. None of the cltl-
zene were killed or severely wounded. Three
wounded rebels have ainoe died.
Judge Birch, who haa been a Drlaoner in
Price's oamo for some time oast, arrived here
10 aay, naving been released on parole.
Holla. Dec. 6. Advlcea from the southwest
say mat ivicLnllocb baa gone into winter quar
ters on Pea Ridge, near Bentonville, Benton
county, Ark., where be is putting op barracks
for his troops.
flowing definite is known of V rice's move
ments, "i .
Gen. McBride waa at Snrfbirfleld with two
thousand men on Sunday last.
LXAVINWOITR. Dn. fi Rriir .fn. 1. W.
Denver has arrived and baa been assigned to
the oommand of all the Kansas regiments. A
portion of Lane'e brigade remains at Fort
Scott. The 4th Regiment ia ordered to Wyan
dotte. The 1st oavalrv. known as Jennlson'e
Regiment, la stationed it lohnn I. pair. In tha
Delaware Reiervatlon, nearly opposite Parkers
ville, Mo. The 3d Regiment ia nearly recruit
ed, and will occupy the village of Klnkapoo,
ten miles above this oity. . . V
ioe river remama open, bat trouble with ma
rauding Parties is antlclnatsd when tha river
Trains are again running on tha Plnttn Cnun
Our mail eommnn1ratlnna aaat im vA.taK.
OT. LOUIS. Deo. 5. Oin. Thru I Prlna
Commanding at Jefferson City, will run for
Congress to fill the vaoancv caused bT tha ex-
yuioiuii oi joou rv.Keia.
Judge W. Hall, member of tha Stata Con
vention, and Mo. Hawkins have been named for
the race in tha district lat1 rnrnAnfH h.
Jno. B. Clark. Both are understood to be strong
St. Josiru, Deo- 5. Gen. Prentice made a
speech to a large crowd of citizena yesterday,
in which he said: "As God is my judge, every
secessionist in this city shall take an oath of al
legiance to the United States Government and
to support the Stars and Stripes, or I will send
them to work on the trenches of Fort Smith
All persons who are hereafter found expressing
secession sentiment) shall take the oath."
The speech caused great consternation among
the aecessioolsts, and was received with ap
plause by the loyal citizens.
Troops were sent to Platte county last night
to look after Sy Goidon'a band of rebels.
Scdalia, Dec. 6. Our latest advices from
the South, are that Price has moved a part of
his force from Osceolo to a point five miles dis
tant, where he has established his headquar
ters. Gen. Rains's command removed at Os
ceola. A train of fifty wagons from Lexington, la
don with supplies for Price's army, passed un
molested wimln fifteen miles of this place on
Tbore are four rebel reorulting offioes In
Lexington, eolistlog recruits for Price's army.
A meeting waa held there on last Friday at
which several prominent secessionists spoke,
nrglog a united effort in behalf of tbe rebels.
Similar meetings have been held in Clay, Ray
and other river counties, and subscriptions for
money, clothing, eto., are In circulation.
It la not perhapa geoerally known, but It ia
believed to be a fact, that the County Court of
Saline county, Claib. Jackson's realdence, In
July last authorized commissioners to raise one
hundred thousand dollars to be expended for tbe
benefit of Price's army. Other eoanUw along
tbe Missouri river are believed to be doing the
It Is stated on good authority that when
Price was besieging Lexington, a delegation of
oltizena waa sent to him from Saline county
with an nrgenl request that he would not allow
bis army to enter that oounty, which waa com
plied with. The reason of tbia request waa be
cause of tbe great dtead entertained by the In
habitants of that county of the plundering pro
pensities of Price's rebels. The counties alona-
the Missouri west of Jefferson City, are the
richest in the State, and have furnished nearly
as many men and as much means in behalf of
the rebellion as the balance of the State, which
have been almost entirely exempt from ma
rauders and have never been visited by Federal
From Fortress Monroe.
Fortress Monroe, Dec. 5, via Baltimore 6.
A nag of truoe came down from Norfolk, bring
ing eeveral Charleston passengers but no news
ot any kind.
tien. Wool also dispatched a flag of truce for
Norfolk, with a number of letters and clothing
for the prisoners at Richmond.
1 he steamer Illinois leaves lor Fort Royal.
with troops for Gen. Sherman, this evening.
The Norfolk Day Book of to-day, contains a
message from Gov. Letcher, the main points of
which is his regret tbat Fort Monroe ia not in
possession of tbe Confederate States.
I be rebel Congress at Us session on tbe 3d
mat., passed a resolution of thanks to General
Sterling Price lor his aotlve service in Missouri.
Gov. Letcher urges a forward movement. He
says tbe banks of the Potomac are not the place
to fight, but the banks of the Susquehanna.
News from Rebel Sources.
Baltimore, Deo. 6. A dispatch from Savan
nah In the Richmond papers of yesterday, dated
tbe 4th inst., says sixteen of the ships of tbe
enemy are now inside or tne bar, and an attack
on Fort Puiaaki ia hourly expected.
The Klobmond juispatoh or yesterday says it
is currently reported that General Floyd's oom
mand hat been ordered to another important
A telegram, dated Nashville, 3d Inst., says
tbat General Floyd has fallen hack to within
thirty miles of the Virginia and East Tennessee
Bostow, Dec. 6 The ship Yorkshire from
Liverpool, reports tbat Nov. 28th. in latitude
41 deg. 14 min., longitude 61 deg., tbe passed
a ateamer, bark-rigged, showing tbe rebel Hag.
She appeared as If abe had lost her bulwarks.
She was steering southeast.
Tba ateamer Baltic sailed for Fort Pickens
with the New York Seventh fifth Regiment
The French steam frigates Pomone and Cate-
net sailed to-day.
News from Rebel Sources. Arrival of Arms — Important from
New Yore. Dec. 6. The steamer Bavaria
arrived to-day. She brought 60,000 stand of
arms, purchased in Belgium ror tbe United
Statea government. -
A letter irom rort iioyai nays, tne 73tb iew
York Regiment made a reconnoissance toward
Charleston, capturing tbree batteries and splk
leg lbs guns. Tbey returned after having
approached within twenty miles of Charleston.
A large amount of ootton was found ready for
shipment, but tbe rebels were destroying much
of it. About 1000 contrabands are about tbe
forts, and others are ooming in.
Fire in New York.
New York, Deo. 6th. The building No. 4
Murray etreot, occupied by Jaa.Caaey, dry goods
Vanburen J. Terry and L. Henry, waa injured
by fire last night, and goods destroyed to the
amount ol wu,uuv. r any ineurea.
Lastnleht a man named Thomas McCor
mlok was fatally shot In a Broadway concert
saloon, by one of tbe Fire Ziuavea, named
Thee. O'Brien, in a dispute about one of the
waiter girls. :
The Sumter Again.
Boston, Deo. 6 A case containing the
Icweirv of Mona Herman, tbe prettldigltatoar,
whloh ia on exhibition at one of oar jewelry
stores, was to day by some means unfastened
and lewelrv to tbe value of $1500 atolen, not-
wltbataodibg the ease wa eooetently surround
ed by a large crowd of. people. -
Tbe Britleh mall steamer from Martinique,
the 4th, arrived at St. Thomas on tbs 13ib, and
reported the Bomter at Martinique. The Iro
quois got up steam sad started la pursuit.
Latest from Port Royal.
New Yore. Dtc 6 Tbe steamship
bilt arrived from Port Royal on tbe 3d. - No
news. The health of the troops is good. Bean
fori is unoocunied.' 8be brings five of the
crew of the schooner Albion, taken In attempt
ing to run tbe bIoir3. ' She also bringa one
secession spy, taken at rort itoyai.
New Orleans Markets.
cent of the 25tb gives the weekly bank state
ment to the 22d as followat Circulation,
$6,958,000; deposits, $13,403,000; specie, 113,
771.000.1 - .
No eales of ootton or tobacco, Sugar 3 to
3c. Molasses 14 to Slo. Flour $1150 to
$1J. Corn 1. Whisky, rectified, $1 10. Rloe
2JS'j. Lard 29 to 30o. Beef, meas, $33. Pork
45o. . Bacon S3 to 25o. ! ' i .
Cattle Mareet. -268 head Texaa cattlo,
$20 to $45 per bead. Hogs $10 t $13 per
Duoared pounds, fcbeep, secona quality, ! to
$5 per bead. Veal oalvea 99 to $13 per bead.
The Crescent also savs tbe increase in ex
change of $274,000 on the week la attributed
to the deaire to place funds In England to invest
In merobandlse, eterling having been taken
freely at 125 to 26.
We are not award of any prospective Im
provement in commerce warrant those fig-
tree, which are much higher than in the bank
rupt era or 1837 and 1U4U. r .
It ia hinted about that aoma parties are plac
ing all their funds In Europe for fear, perhaps,
of the highway robbera of tbe world that may
penetrate to our good city. -
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, December 6. 1861.
l'h following are tha retail aaotatlona corrected br
Win. II. Beatieaux. wboleaale and retail irocer. No.
lOti South Blah Btrest.
OoroV on. .
Tallow b .
eOo N 0. Sugar 9 b
Maple do 000
Holaaaea gal 60o
Byrup a gal B0cl 00
Tea b----80o,l (Mirl 5
Rio Coffee b
Dried Applea bu.
Dried Peacbee... 3 5034 Oul
White Beam sbu.SlW3H 23 Broome f doa ..tl OOai 75
Potatoes, on SOcAiSOc'llay ton $7 SO
Bait In aack.
Bait V bbl..
Soap (cox) a.
Flour 9 bbl S5 00
White Wheat do...:. .15 50
Rye Plour bbl... AM 00
Bhonlders V b
Candles. Opal, box. . lbc
Obeeas b 83UI
Hominy per buih 1 30
Wblaxy per. gall. 251 00
Bait Pork Oowt.
Wood f cord.... S-3 85 Oheeas b
mackerel no. nit bdi aa uu
Mackerel No 1 or bbl Si 50!
Mackerel No 1 kite.. 't 00
uaiiidi, ai it. box....jv3
White Flab per h'f bbl S3 85
Layer. " ....3 50
White Fiih per qr bbl 0 tlOj
uoa run s a nxc
Herring bbl 5 00
Flga b . SOo
Prunea Ob 15e
Corn Meal bu.... 40950c1
Wool Twine 18c lb.
1820c;0ranbemea 0 bbl... 17 00
icna;kwbeatyionr v n,
Pfina sales at 4 12(S4 53 for new red, and 11 50
($1 75 tor white; market uniettled.
Con-eales at SOo
OATS-salee dull at SOo.
Rts small aales a 4&50c.
Har sales at 17(28.
PoTATOca .alea at 35940c.
BiADS sales at 87c 1 35.
Bilt in lee at I? CO per bbl.
Whits riaa rule at SO 35311 75 per bbl .
BocxwHXAT Floor at 2)2jo s b
Bugara, Teas and Coffee advancing still.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Dec. 6.
FLOUR A thaHs flnser with leas dolor: aalea IB 700
bbls at S5 iX3ft 40 for rrjeo sd; S5 WAS 50 for aup.
stats; S3 65(S5 75 for extra auto, S3 40S3 SO for super
Sne wettera; S5 65'S5 ftd. for common to medium extra
western; S3 9031J 95 for ahlpplng brands extra round
boon Ohio and S5 0536 75 for trade brands do, market
oloitng quiet. Canadian flour .lightly adraneed with
moderate demand; aaiei or VSUO bbls at S3 45(35 50
for rapettlne; (5 6595 75 for common to choice sxtra.
RYB FLODH Study with a moderats demand; sales
of 150 bbll at $3 504 40.
00 BN MB AL -In lair reqneat; tales of 1150 barrels at
1 93 for tiew Haven and S3 27k3 30 for Brand.-
WHISKY Mors steady : tales of 300 barrela at Soa
wut at a ansae nnner witn moaorats exp' t demand ;
tales ot 18,600 bsabela Chicago spring st tl 201 25;
13,U00do nortnwtterolutal ft '-(J-! 87; 8,710 ilaclns
aprins at 1 33S1 SO; 53 000 do ktllwaukes club at 1 28
(S12SXI 1,600 do amber Iwa st 81 301 31; 20.000
do Canadian elub st SI 91 30; 73.000 do winter red
western st II t31 37: ro.uoude amber Mlehlfran at SI 38
91 39; 500 wbits Illinois at l 39. 4,500 do white
Mlchlmnat tl 45.
RYE Bteady; aales 4.600 baiheli at 85$86c.
BARLEY-Quiet at 7080c.
COBN Heary, oloalng atesdyatgesterdayspricei; 63c
for poor mixed western; 83404o for ahlpplng dot 64c
for yellow Jeriey; 65o for yellow itate; 75s for whits
OAT8 A shade sailer; aalea at 41345X0 for Jersey,
Canada, weitern and aiats.
PORE Qnlet and without decided change; sales of 335
bble at Si 0OS13 ou for meea: aa a tor prime.
BBEF Quiet and firm ; aalea of 00 bbls at $i 0094 SO
for country prime; S3 00&5 50 for country meet; tl SO
&i 00 for repacked men; (13 50 for extra meie.
Prime meat beef iteady at S 1020.
BBEF BAMS Steady and In fair demand; aalea 1,000
bbla western at Sl uixsio x5.
CUT MEATS Hole dull snd imall sales at prerlona
BMOKED MEATS Dull and nnohanged.
HOQd-Dreaied; aleady at S4 62XS4 75.
BACON Bldea In moderate requeat: sales 1150 boxes
at 37)to for abort ribbed middlea.
LABD Moderats demand at eaaier prices; salts of ecu
BU1IB rirm;aalaatllS)10 for Ohio; lUOS'a for
CHEESE A shade firmer at 8X0.
OOFFBB Rio-Tory firm with moderats demand! aalea
of 1800 bags at lCX17c.
BUttAHV Haw quiet snd Arm.
MOLASSB8 Bteady and unchanged.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 6.
In tbe irocery market a further advance has been ss-
tabliihed In Coffee; holders ars very firm under tbs In
fluence or ngnt atocu. xne range may now ne quoted
at 17918X0. At thla rats ooniumptlon will lull off ma
terially, and tubitltutcs be sought In psrehed corn, rye,
FLOUR Drags along with a spiritiesa market. Su
perfine Is not allowed to go below 84, though, it could
not ne sold at tnat price.
WHSAi' was in only moderate demand, and buyers
havs not competed much with one another to-day.
Prims red was sold at 85c, though tt la mostly held at 3
to 5c above that figure. White wai icaroe and In scms
request st SOo.
cotthl Is atlll Quoted, with a rood market, at 23c.
0AT4 Are steady at 28c. It ts rather unueual to
quote corn and oats so long a time at tbs asms rats.
ux n is osia generally as 110
BARLEY Haa a pretty good market at 4548e: some
dealers neid prime at sue. - -t
nuiBiix wun a market.
Light receipt! of Hogi fairly offaet the moderalicv
conauion oi toe weainer. anu lenu 10 auaiain ins market
at f3 25 to S3 40, with rather mora spirit than packers
are otherwise disposed to encoaram. Boilers enanan
tne mrraot wun a gooa ueai 01 akin, and upon a alight
maniieaiauon oi weainees repress nearly ail matweetar
tlons of a dtslra to sell. Al the market is now worklnr.
the farmers doubtleaa (eel that they may as well await tbe
chances of a future course of the trade until as late as
poaslbls, particularly If their hogs continue to thrive
snd make a good appropriation of the corn that ia being
Tbs receipts of hora to das amounted ts 10 543. and
the market was dull and about So lower, with aales at
x owaix tor mr to extra aeavy. la consequence
of tbe dull state of the provision market, packs re bought
sparingly, and shippers alas held off, because of tbs de
laya In (hipping through and tbs extreme cold weatbor.
Beet oattle were In (air demand and eteady at f 1 509
l ou ins latter price ror a 1st of nneateera.
bow In the pent at Alleghany
Drove Yards is unprecedented ly large, beine-variously
estimated at irom aa.vuu to so.uue head. As yet. bow
ever, but little has been dons by any of our packers, as
tne prevailing prices do not appear to meet uelr vlewe
At present, tbey are unwilling to pay more than 02 509
2 60 per hundred lbs, grots, while sellers demand (3 10
93 20, gross, which ia equal to S3 8594 00, net. The
weather for the past few daya haa reen alt tbat could pos
sibly be desired for packing, and if buyer, and sailors can
only ooms to terms, a brisk time to this department of
iraus may d. iooxe tor aoon- --..,
New York Cattle Market
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Dec. 4, 1861.
total arcxrm er oattu or au anna, roa mi wamg.
According to ths reports from tht erred market
place! In tbe city, there have been received this week, as
oompareqwiin iMi,w.va,v . . (.
Bbeep and .
Teals. Lambs BwIne.JTotal
"'370 560 .... ...
. less -. '! ..
.51 &vr .
AtAllerton't I6:8 "23 "
Browning's. . 130 9 '
0 Bneas,..v 33 ,
Obsmbsrlin'a.. W : 13
B,lld ba'ra, Bar. i -r -
Total.. 3.WI P8
t'lpr'sweek. 4,538 100
w'k,rtyr. 1,3H S
34t 9,709 7,998 tl.ajT
[...] FROM DIFFERENT STATES.
- A. K. AlUrtou fc Co., Ptwrrloton of tbe Waahinrtaa
TroT-rrd, 44tb-et, report im Cattle ia MArket from
to following BlaMS!
Hw Tor. l.KSWoaaeolleut..'.
Ind tana. .... .
Kontooky. . .... .
Iowa... . m
83 1 New Jtreej.
3M Canada ,
Number reported for this market at Porty-fourtk
ireoi, B,uau ....
Tbs pilota to-day are quota! as follows:
flratauallt.... 828 K I Ordinary; SWffiait
Uediiun 77 1 Extra
Some Extra good Beeree may be quoted at 8c.
Tha general are rare of Ibe market is 1ff.
Tba moat of tho sales an at OXlSbe.
Prloai Mr head and oar bobbo. of different walhk,
wm oa iouna in acnounia 01 aaiea 01 annaiy arorta. -
Total number of Boevei recelred In the city thta week
Thla la 677 haad mora thu lut wmtk. ul JM k4
" man mo orange or imi year, ins avert aaaa
ber at caoh Wedneeday market last year was 3401 bead,
wui.o u. namuer uj-ear doidk 4oro anowa lea need
more thin Ibe arerue. and 6!a head leaa than thta it..
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
WnliUtdaV. Deo. 4. Vr.ih .rri.iti IM. a.nn.1..
trmm ,h.. h.:.v. . 1...- - . , . . . . . B'
- - - - miMum ftuw wvrujvMva id id. ooant yeater
"iu.r vi eauie naa grows larger man any one
expected bj Are or aix hundred and consequently tbs
....... .... Iv, biuh m aaTaoiageonaijr 10 droreriae
tbey anticipated featerday. though wa think the market
no worse, and It will eloee macb better than It did lut
Wedneeday, and owing to this, and to a shads bettor
Priot a leaterday than but Tn.ad... mnit tn M, ... k.....
v....o uo ui T.ne., me srerage or the mar
ket la adraneed one
THE SHEEP MARKET.
this week, 10,190.
There Is a smaller supply till week than but, but no
reat lmproTecient in tbe market. True, the pries en
ueaday, which ws consider Lbs heat d 1. .K Li"
was s shads better than tbs week before, but It wu 7l!
Z.a . " nuingion siarkeiebow-
d an improrement In lbs pries sf aattso snd lamb-
!'.hi1U,0V ",pp" OB Tu,,lV ss ratber
Igbt. the market was unu.ually dull, owing in pt JJ
the exoltlng election. Tbe butchers, howsrerTw?" not
s tall snxiou, to bu,, for ws aswons UayVa tot (or tba
dlOtreoce of three cents a head. The top pries of yarr
ibp.tn, UB,b, m' niTsleit toBWo pi?
pound for the meat. Unking pelt and offal. Boms good
.beep, estimated by the buyer at 68 poundi netsold at
6H0 per pound. The pelts of such aie worth II I SO
leaTlng the meat st 6c. st which It would sell sThols'
tatohsV l CB","',, 'TIdE offal to the
, We noticed a selected 1st of longvwool Ewm. at 17 a
"-v.. au. T.ry mi 01 eneep ror farmers ess
alwa,, be found In this market st low prleea, swrdtaj
to Talus, sod it mors of them would breed suchi u 1 S5
A '' "uuia dim. larming mors prcfl labia.
0. a. Calkloraof A.huhni .1
r--" onuDiru ysarllnga. one-third
f.Ti1rl0Jd:,nd 0M tnW ntorssged; a few of them
full-blood Leiceatera and a few n.ZTi. r.,ii.ki..J u ?
wTi th,lf.BU,H' lu,"0l,d Leiceatera from full-1
..... u lu.riDo awea. iner were sold at 3o. O
?r ?h."!f ut? 01 M .Th bvlt. 180 b. wars
of the ball blol portion. Laat Autumn Mr. 0 sold 11
two-year old Wetbere. that sreraged 175 b - Those three
years old, sreraged 800 b, snd tboas four years old. 225
b- That lot was sold In this msikot by Mr. Hill, at
orer S 13 a bead, snd one dresied 100 b It is worth
while (or s farmer to raiie auch Sheep, some ol which
hare been found by actual weighing to lncresas a pound
a day. Mr. Calkins aaya: ' f Winter my aheep well,
(or thla country, but hare few rooti. I giro them shel
ter, plenty of atraw, water conrenltnt, with good hay.
corn (odder, and leis than ft 00m per day , srerage,
for (our montba. I havs 00 difficulty in making Sheep
of the right grades as heavy as tboas noted 175 at 5
yeara old, 4c. Too many to the acre ia lbs chief fault
of thoae who keep Bbeep but make no mutton."
THE HOG MARKET.
Receipts tbli week, 33.888.
Another week of overwhelming supply. The quota
tions for prims Iota of fat corn-fed hogs perewt. lira
weight la S3 60)4 3 73. DUtlllar. aa ah .hi V
all ars so great daily that, extensive as tbs market-place
li at the weatend o( Fortieth itieet, the hogs sannot be
stored tbere, snd Urge numeera are driven over to the
i.ui. pane 10 soriy-iourm street, wuers there Is ample
room except cauls market daya; then there is difficult r
In tetUng the a took off of the cars and boau a. r..t 1,
When Mr. Allerton built hUMXtemlvs hog market, no
ons thought It posilble, or st least not probable that
drovers wuuld ever lack the moat ample accommodatlooa,
for so ons ever sntiolpsted such a wondertul mpply as
ws havs lately wltneaasd.
In addition to tbs lares number arrivad at th. mV
ai abovt reported, we bear tbat there sr. 5,000 bead thla
uoroing tf.raey uny. wattiog a chance to get Into the
market. Al fast aa those now in can ha an Id and w.l.hi
off, they will be driven to Forty-fourth street to make
room ror tne ruining nsod or twins.
All tht packers drtvlns baiineas. and the wn.tW i.
Oeo. W. Dorman Wei tba following figures as tht
price of bogi ihii week:
. . . Pesd weight.
Tint q usltty corn fed, large a'.te. 3 93Xc 4 4 9 4 Vc
Seoond quality 3X93e 4X4c
First quality, small tlaes, fat and ws
prime, for man.t butchers... 3K3Wc 4K95c
Largs alts, ailll ftd, fat 3 c 3k o
Bseoua qusll'y, still-fad 39 c 4 90
Tbsasflgurea for dead weight ars higher than our rs
port from 'change warrants
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
fflanufacinrera of all kind at Por
table ant Stationary Hteam En
STtneat (taw mills, tirtat nulla,
LAKItt BODLXl SeatMl B. tt I. SLASD Y&ealml
J. J. B. PUT ALL Seaen III COLUMBUS
HJ.CKIKB CO. Btatmtllt BBADIOBD
A CO. Beatmlttlt
Our Portable Snglne and law Hill
Was awarded the first premium of (50 at the Indiana
Bute fair for 160 over Lane fc Bodley'a on account ol
Prloe, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Englno was awarded at tbs earns fail
the first premium of S'-XM).
Our Portable Engine was awarded the first premium oi
1100 at the Fair at Memphis. Tens., ovsr Blandy's Do
vall's. Columbus Machine Oo a., and Bradford a CoV
by a eonuaittea of practical Railroad Engineer,
for price and terms address -
W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
decS-dttwlyeoU. Newark, Ohio
BAIN & SON.
So. 29 South High. Street, Columbus,
A Rl NOW OFFERING
2000 yarda TiaveUn
Dreas Goodi at BX, value
500 yards Travsllng Dreas Goods atlSX
value 20 eta.
2000 yarda English Beragee at 12K. value 21 eeuta.
10U0 yarda French Organdlei at HH, value SO cents.
2nQn yards Fast Oolored Lawne at 10, value 15 cents.
1000 yarda Foulard Dress Bilks at 37, value 50 cents.
1500 yarda Bupar Plain Black Silk at S 100. value (123
Robes of Organdie Beraga, and Xngliah Be rase, at ons
half their value.
BAIN tj BON, '
Je!S 29 Bouth Htgh Street.
1 A A MATS CASSIA.
lUU 2 Oai No. 1 Government Natmegi.
S Fraila Cloves
10 boxes Oltron.
85 " Layer do.
. 100 drama Figs.
S caaka Zanle Cnrranti, etc. etc.
In Itors for sals by
WM. H. BESTIR AFX,
nqvlO 108 South High Street.
I?ANV DKKSS SILKS,
1 FANCY DREP8 BILKS,
FANCY DRKeB SILKS,
Ws are now offering oar Immense stock of Fancy Dress
Bilks at prices less than ever before offered In this city.
The attention of the tadiee of thla city and vicinity Is
solicited, as oar stock Is very aeleot and complete la all
grades c( goodala tola Una. PBTERBAIN,
aovU4. - Ms S Sauth Ifigh etrsttt '
TUB BESTrUKAKIDS OF EAIV1ILY
FLOUR, by barrel sr dray load.
For sals by
WM. H. KIBTfRAUl
aovlS 109 Bouth Ubh Street. '
i .Irish linen' Goods.
WARBtaTEO PAttKIC n ' r.T'f -Lines
Bblrt Bosoms Piain snd Fancy '
Bbirtlofand Boseea Linen.. ' ! '
i Linesi eheettnas and Pillow Oartngav '
"" , Linen Oambrlesand Lens Lavas. '
j t f ; ' Linen Pocket -bundk (I, all sites.
: i t j Linen Toweillugtsnd Diapers
v ' .IneaNapkiaaaaAD'OyllH. '
I -inra TanU Cloths aad Balis Damaekt: '
. Lunii Towels with oolored bsrdors.
linen 8 tlr Covering, sad Orvh.
BAIN a BON.
.r-rHWj.f- t. . vk.. V fj. ,?tM . . ,Vr.e
THE OHIO STATUS JIAN SIJiTu
book. aud torn v :
'' V,, Having Inarlatsd Its alrsadV
.1 -V I-. .. .. i : f, - ,
It fully prepared Is asneute la the
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST, piVlet,
I BILLS LADING, "
1 BILL HEADS.
'AMPHLITS, - i
Ltd A I BLANKS, '
And every SeontpOoa of
LETTER PRES1 PRINTING, '
Equal to any Establlahment in the Stats, and upon
terma which will compare favorably with tbs " "
leading Eastern Printing Bousee1 " :j
Having ovary Facility , m aid ij.-
m Tug reoooorioN or
SHOW CARDS, . ,
We offer our lervlcn to all who may deiirs that class
Ws have connected with our Eitakliahmvit i
BLANK BOOK BINDEaY
From wh! we produce ths
V-XGat SIaxxIs. Worlt
AND TBE If (XT
B BAH BOAS BLAHX BOO
OUR K TABLISHMENT
Ia to btadmltted
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AITD TBI HOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and ws may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
Printing Hons in tho West.
DR. LELAND'S --
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheamatiim, Goat and Baurlg-la,
' ; AND A 8URB0URB FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
' " ... i -
It ts a eonvsnlsnUy anaaged Band, containing a mad '
Icated compound, to be worn aroaud tbs Wslst, wtthoat
Injury to ths most delicate parson s; as Changs m aakita
of living la required, and It entirely removes the die
saas from ths syetem, wtthoat producing ths rniaitn. ;
effects arising from tbs ass sf powerful luternal audi
etnes, which weaken and destroy ths oonstitatloa, and
gtvs temporary relief only. Uy this trsataaaat, the aaasV
icinal propertiet contained tn tba Band aoaas la esataoi
with ths blood and reach the dleeaee, through the pons
o( the skin, effecting in every Inataoee s perleot car..
sad restoring tbs parts sffltctrd to a naUhy eoodlltoo.,
This Band u also a moatpowarful Ann -af aacnsiaA, agant,
and will entirely relieve thseystem Irom the pertueitm
effects ol atercury. tinderats eaees ars eamllnsfew
days, and we an oonatantly raesirlng testimonials of its
aflicacy la agirravaled cam cf long Maodlog. 1
Paica S',00. ts as had of Dragiieta aasrariy, ar an -be
eentby mail or axpnaa, with full dlreattanx for aaa.
to any nart of ths montrs dlreot fi
So. 0B BXOASWAY. BTaw Tatk
6. SMITH at CO., 8ola Propriotor..
N. S. Deecrlptlve Circulars tttmi Frss-
Sr'?1."1'1'".- 80!, AawWTS. No " -V''
77 6 Bigh St., bsu Friend and Mound. Oorustbua O. t , r
HT Aareata Waateel Evsrywhers. '
mbSB-lylsorletp dfcw - '. .
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN Cl BOH
OirtM tho aaoet Extanslwo
eat of -
Awaart , -.,
Brawa and BleaeheS Oettoa Flaunt n;
v . Huallat;
Bamaley Cotton Bheetlnga;
Seieot Styles af Callea's and Delalnat: ,
' ' Tlokiawa, Bhirrlags, aingbaan.
. And Oottoa Battlaaa. ' - ' - M
Also, Bluiketa, Fl.aa.la, - . . :w,
Caealiseres, Oioat O laths, atete..
Much below regular prior. ' "'
" i At k. tOU.
ctlT . . -w xSBoBOkHljrhBtraatv -
J , taces and Embroidsriea, v : -
VaLCIsC'IliNKS, B(LTl:ilK a POFJ-"
LaoeCollarsand Bella. Freack, ?UAbar and ThtsaA
Lac Telia (new patterns.) Val.oci.aiM, f bread enA. -
Point Laos, Imbroidned Collars, BsUa, Trimmron and
Skirts, Laos Barbee aad OalSure, Plala Limw .!.
' attsaad CuBa, brsddsrsd Oetbu aad Cuff I r.taa.
e.SS. Boat. Hie .
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