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SATURDAY MORNING,; DEC, 14, lSOlV
Local Matters.
Balmobal SwaT..It wilt be leen bj advef-
tieement In. another .. ooIubir, that jHeadley
Eberlj 4 Richards tbla dajf received toother
Urge lot of Balmoral Sklrti, ranging In price
from $2.50 to $3.75. '; TbJ bm also just re
ceived a fall ' Hue of Ladles' and Gentlemen!
Fdm, Udlea'. Cloth Cloaka, 8bawU end Bpm-
baaiDei,,rViri;rv .!-
HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS,
250 and 252 South High street,
Columbus, Ohio.
Probate Court.
Items of business transacted In the Probate
Court of Franklin county, Judge Albery, dur
ing the week ending Friday noon, Deoember 13,
1861: ', ..' c :." '
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Only three marriage licensee were iHued
during the week -;''' v,;'r.
Ref ..'T.? Welles Stanley of; the ; ,M. E.
Churoh, City Miaslonary in Cofumbnf, was au
. thorized to solemnize marriages.'! '-VT J
ADMINISTRATION.
, ,
Wm. E. Brown waa appointed . Administrator
of Epbralm Covert'e estate.'" ' 1 '
Janes 41. Smith and Jamas 8. Tate were ap
pointed Eieoutors o( Joecph' Whlteblll'e will
being the Eieoutors named In the will- Bond,
Wm. H. Grlnnel), One of the executors of
John Dill's will, and Joseph C. Gardner, Ad
ministrator of Nathaniel GardneVa estate, filed
their first aocounte.' ,',; '' '".::' '. ''V,:;.:
Henry C. Noble, Administrator d bonis non
of J. Madison Starling's, (state, and Horace
Wilson, Administrator dt fonts wm of George
Louis Goelti's estate, filed their final accounts.
The estate of Robert L. Seymour, deceased,
wsa, on the sffldavit of the Administrator, Wm.
T. Decker, deolared probably Insolvent. 'r'.J j."..
Harriet Fisk appeared In Court and elected to
take under the will of her late nusbind, Madi
son Fiek, o( Jefferson township, deceased. ' I I , .
On the application of Sarah J; SiscU, one of
the Executors of Abraham .Ssco'n. will', the
further time of one year waa granted, for the
settlement of the estate1. w ---
GUARDIANSHIP.
Mary Foster, widow ol Samuel G. Foster,
late of Columbns, deeeaaed, waa appointed
Guardian ol .George K," md . Clara Foster.
Bond, $25,000 In each 'case Sureties, Jobn B.
Thompson and Samuel Doyle.-- l-'-ui".
Samuel Ranch waa appointed Guardian of
Ann Reynolds, an Inmate of the Central Lona
tio Asylnm. ' 1
John B. Chambers, Guardian of Samuel P.
Haughn, filed his second account; and Henry
ii n -i-- r r . j r li.
vHITtri uuiruuu III v,w Uii mutvr, uicu uia
final account. - "
CITATION.
George Taylor, assignee of Daniels & Hoyt,
appeared In obedience to the citation Hssned
against him,' and 'By agreement f parties, the
matter waa postponed Indefinitely., . --"
DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS.
The following minora, having enlisted with
out consent of parents or guardians, were dis
charged from the service on writs of iabtas cor
fui: James Wilcox, of Franklin oounty, a rol-
unteer at Camp Lyon; Wm. L. Bntler, of
Clark oounty, a volunteer at Camp Chase,
and another belonging to Columbus, .and en
listed by Lieut. J. H. Coulter for the Forty
third Regiment, encamped at Mt. Vernon. -
JURORS FOR THE CRIMINAL TERM.
The following are the Jurors for the Criminal
Term of the Probate Court, wbioh commences
January 7, 1868:
Daniel Wire, Columbus; Tbomas Roberts,
do.; Charles Plefinger, do.j Shush Mann, Jr.,
Jefferson township; A. B. Beam, Blendon town
ship; John Swickard, Plain township Walter
Foes, Sharon townsnlp; William Riley, Hamil
ton township; Noah Orr, Washington township;
William Ross, Mifflin township; J. BDorsey,
Franklin township; James tDoutherty, Prairie
township. ' '!""'
Court of Common Pleas.
FRIDAY, December 13.
In the case of Edward Howard,
rape, the jury Returned a verdict of "not guil
ty:" . , .: , '" : - V'.
Board of County Commissioners.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11, 1861.
Board met Present Messrs. , Sparrow and
Slyh, Commissioners. ''! I
Bills allowed- W . . i
Baokla Sc Groom. .
Auditor
., ...tSS CO
.....909
There dot being a full Board, the consider
tlon of the ditch petitioned for by W. T. Mar
tin and 'others wu postponed, and th, Board
adiourned to Monday nexU.Dec-16,
LtcTDRia for City
Charity. The" Gatettt
of yesterday T annoonces
that' the Rev. Mr
Randall was about to give a few publto lectures
for some of the benevolent objects patfdnized
bv our citizens 'W4 are Informed that in con
sequence of the concerts soon to be given for a
similar pnrpose, the lectures will not. be given
till after the holidays.- K-r. rt y -j
ST Gen. Hiltf at bis own request,' has been
relieved from duty at Camp Chaie. The com
mand of the camp devolves on the senior officer
stationed there. .' v
UT On Thursiay last, seven '. new convicts
from.Cbyahoga county ,werebronght to the
Penltentisryi t" ": " '
Cr'bf ea Glenn, sentenced tn this county to
the Penitentiary, hss been pardoned out by the
Governor. r. it t?tc is, :!'
B3"f,Mlles' Jacoby, & prlsdber af Camp Chase
hss been taken to Wheeling' for' trial on i
charge of treason. . . . - . - r
CrThemeasl ea - are - prevailing at -Camp
Chase.
BT The, Fifty-fighth Regiment thas, oow.'u
camp 61) men, having just reoeWed an addition
of 96. 200 more are expected this .week.'.
j ': . I '." : - :
Flannel Shirtings.
TLAlfrrPLAII. STRIPED oVIWl t.I,
X EB. Th mot exlenjlre iiook in in eny .
Army' Wooln Socks. ' ' ' '' " " s
Shaker Bibbed Bock.. . .' ''
Under Shirt and Drawen. '
Cotton and Merino Socks . . r
GoMen Hill Shirt. ; :n .;; ?. ; - r r f
Gent'. Kid O love.
0V. I.IB Collar., Mk Tt. j
"ootlS r ;N' 29 gonUl .BlK.nB,r,
Oranberrica I.Cranbcrrif a !
9 A BBI.M.tlKAJf DEUftlEsJ i!T tOI
U ORnnH. an eonatinnwnt. - '. ..
U6 Master Oommissioner's Bale,
Loals Lindemsa )
rt. 1 Superior Court.
Haldamood Orary tt al. )
BT virtu of an ordsr of to m dlrtcttd from th
SnMrior Court of frDklln aoant. Ohio. I will of
fer for Hi at tin 4oor of th Court lloiu In th City
(JOIUEMU, VU v 1 ,. ; , ,
Saturday, the 11th day of Deoember, A. D.
t 1861,
hi onao'oloek P. If., th fotltwlnf daMritxd real cittta,
Itaat In th oounty of franklin and Btata of Ohio, -
wilt , .
Lot nnmbend tlilrty nln (30),' forty (40). forty-on
(41). fortr-lwo (411. and fortv thru (43. In lilt ililltlon
of H. Orary and other to th oity of Oolumbui,
designated In rh pli of ld addition, recorded la th
Recorder'! offlos of franklin oounty, Ohio. V
Appraiiea it
' Lot No. 30, 40 and 43, (250 00 ch. ,. 1 .
" isav, juu w " -.
i ,. . . W. HUf IMAN,. t.
. , ' 8herlCTnd Vuti Ooaualietontr, j
Printer'! f, (0. ,. ,c ,' . ' . ,
evt-41tetwta -i-V. .i ; , , , ' -,
SHERIFFS SALE.
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.fill
B. Wllion
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ffJl.Boe.tl.
Superior Oonrt.
B1
V VIRTUE OS? AN OH DEI OF SJALK
,to m dim ted, from th Superior Court of
franklin county, Ohio. I will offer for nl at th door
of th Court Hou, la th oity of Oolumbui, on
Saturday, the 14th day of December. A.' D.
j 1001, k .
At two o'clock. P. M..th followfnr deeorlbed real ee
tat, altuat in tb county of fraoklln. and Btata of
onto, town: - ; , 1
xn south naif or a lot or und containing airnty acre.
mor or leu; th Mid eighty aorc of which th prt
hereby conveyed ! a part of a tract originally owned by
Dr. George 8trnaon, father or Cathulna Jtmory, and
which by certain proceeding In tb Court of Common
PIM of franklin oounty, wai parted to and divided
among th children and heir of ald Qeorg Sterenisn,
deoeued; aaid premlee known a th louth half of lot
number seventeen (17), a willfully ppar. reference
r nta to oertain proceeding in partition ei forth in
th: Chancery record of said Court of Common Flea,
In book No. 3, page 318, and being a part of th rat
tncti of land conveyed to June P. Roiton by Robt.
Kmory nd Oatharine JEmory. by deed dated th 13th day
of October, 1847, and conveyed by laid Roiton to John
W. Baker, by deed dated th Sth day of November, A.
AppralMd at 3S oo per an re
GBORG
lun TT
BTTFfMAN, Sheriff.
By Id. D.vii, Deputy,
R. Shiud, Att'y.
Printer' tee 8 00.
novB-dltkwtd ... -,
, ! SHERIFFS SALE. .
B.jWllwn ) .;. t
I vi.. Superior Court. ' 5 "
W.K.Koi.
BV VIRTUE OF At ORDEH OF SALE
: to me directed from the Superior Court of
frankUn county, Ohio, I will offer for le at th door of
th Court Houm, in th City of Oolumbui, on, ,
Saturday, December the 14th, A. D. 1861,
at two o'clock, P.M., th following detcrlbed reel eetata,
ituau in the oounty or jrranana ana etat or unio, to
Witt IV ' '." ' . I . ..
The oath half of a lot of bad aontainlng eighty acre.
more or lent th aald ightyaore, of which thta part
thereby eonvayed, 1 a tract originally owned by fir.
Qeorg Stereo .on, aad which by certain proceeding. In
tb Court of Common Pleas of franklin county, now
partitioned to and divided among tb children aad helre
at law of laid George Stevanion, decernd; aaid prem-
berebr eonreyed being known as th loulh half of
lot No. 17, m will fully .ppe.r, reference being bad to
tald proceeding In partition, let forth tn th Chancery
record, of Kid Common Plea, In book 8, page 318.
AOpralied at tSS 00 per acre, '
1 GIOKQB W. HtTIf M AH, Sheriff,
' ,j By b. fitvu, Deputy.
B. Bhiilo, Att'y.
Printer' fee 6 00. v r . :
nonr8-dltfcwtd - ' ' r. ' r- i f ,
ft!
irci
CALL -AT
J. L GILL & SON'S
i
NORTH HIGH STREET.
t .
j AND SEE THE LABQEST STOCK,
iTHE ORWiATEST VARIETY,
I
ANI
TBI HOST BEAUTIIDL PATTERNS
Of
STOVES
Irer offered to the cltiieni of Oolumbui.
;TH1T ' IIAV1 -
CO.OKINO STOVES FOR COAL,
i - ' '
j COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD,
AND
COOKING STOVES
1 1 for ttthar Wood or Coat.
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COOKING STOVES
for' targe Famtlle or Small f amlllei, and varying la
. rnc irom
Three Dollars to One Hundred and
'' Twenty-Five. ;
I PARLOR STOVES,
0 vry. Prlca, Biz and Variety for Goal or Wood
DINING-ROOM STOVES, -
HALL STOVES,
I - ; .. ri :'i r r ot mt Patlerni.,
SITTING-ROOM STOVES.
1 J' STORE-ROOM TOVES
1 -V.i'; OFFICE STOVES.
Army Stoves,
Both Cooking and Seating.
7
Tb jUghtut, and ,moit Portebl
Test Stove ever
offered to th
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Officers of our" Great- Army. :
i FUR N A CES,
Pbr HettinfSa'ellingi. Ohnrchn, Store rosmi, or other
1:
large Buildings.
iMv.-ra i . K
AUNDRY STOVES'
tot Family Cie or Tloteli.'
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AG R1CU LTURAL BOILERS .. -
SPtjAR EVAPORATORS,
, : r SUGAR
KETTLES;
.IT Vi
HOLXOW WARR,-
dogg; irons;
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' And f othr ar Ucles "oe any other man,
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THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH.
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
WASHINGTON NEWS.
GOVERNOR ANDREW REMONSTRATES
AGAINST THE CAPTURE OF FUGITIVE
SLAVES.
COL. MULLIGAN REINSTATED
A Deserter Shot.
Further about the Fort Pickens
Fight.
Latest from Port Royal.
APPROACHES TO SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON TO BE OCCUPIED.
Escape of the Sumter.
LATEST FROM MISSOURI.
Expected Attack on Somerset.
Humphrey Marshal Invades Eastern
Tennessee.
NEWS FROM THE SOUTH.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
[Tribune's Correspondence.]
WasBlNOTON. Dec. 13 Wm. II. Johnson, nf
toe Liiocoio cftTairy, aas been aeoteuced to M
abot, and will be executed to-morrow.
Senator Sumner read to Secra'an Camnron.
tbla morniOff, a warm and lndienant letter from
Got. Andrew, remonstratiog agnicst the em
ployment of Massachusetts men in the disgrace
ful business of slave catching, as had been done
on the upper Potomao. Secretary Cameron
promptly referred the letter to Gen. Stone, with
an emphatic request that he would eee to it
that the men of color who entered the oamps
under bia command, were treated liberally in
the epirit of the ordera oonoernioK fugUiYes
from slarery, whioh the Secretary ol War had
already given to the commanding Generals.
[Herald's Correspondence.]
The President has reinstated Col. Mulllzan
in the command of his regiment, by an order of
Gen, Halleck. The commiisiona of all regi
mental officers expire when their regiments are
mustered out of service. Col. Mulligan and
his command having been taken prisoners of
war, were mastered out. but an exception has
been made in their case.
Washington, Deo. 13. The steamer Stee
ping Stone came up the Potemao to-day from
me upper notiua. sue reports that abe went
up the mootb.of the Occoquan a short distance,
but was met by a body ot rebels with heavy
artillery, sue aino reDorts that the rebels
have greatly increased their toroe at the mouth
of the Occoquan.
i he nrst military exeoution since the com
mencement of the rebellion took nlace to-dav.
Johnson, the deserter, was shot to-day in prea-
eane or ten. franklin a alvtsioa.
The water will be discharged from the
ueorgetown Aqueduct, and it will be used as a
carriage toad to increase traveling faoilitlea
wiin Virginia.
Further from Fort Pickens.
Niw York, Dec. 12, A letter from Key
West of the Sth Inst, states their Pensacola
datea are of the 36th uit.
It appears that the rebel steamers have been
plying between the Navy Yard and the town
constantly, parrying guns, munitions, etc. Col,
Brown notified Bragg that he should fire on
them, to which Bragg replied, "Fire away."
On the morning of the 21st the steamers
again appeared. - Col. Brown disabled one, the
other escaped. A general cannonade then took
place between Fort Pickens anJ Fort Barrancas,
the Niagara and Richmond opening -on Fort
McRae and several water batteries. The en
gagement lasted nearly two whole days. Fort
MoRae was ailenced, and also the water bat
teries in reaoh of the Richmond's guns. No
persons injured aboard the Niagara. Jaa. Cook
was the person killed on the Kiohmond. Both
vessels were slightly damaged In their upper
works. Fort Piokeos bad not even a sand ban
displaced by the fire of Fort Barrancas.
Un. the St4Ui, while removing a fuse from a
shell, it exploded, killing five men and wound
ing many otners.
Col. Brown cava be baa Fort Barrancas com
pletely at bis mercy, and ia awaiting sufficient
reinforcements to bold the lorta, when be. snail
take them. 1
Another letter states that one of Wilson's
Zouaves was killed and another wounded on
the 221
About 2500 euns were fired in the two data.
At 3 P. M. on the 23d. Warrineton waa set on
fire by our guns, and that place, with nearly all
tne navy vara, destroyed.
' The steamer Times was disabled by the first
shot.
The rebel fire slackened on the second day
Two companies of Wilson's Zouaves have
charge of the batteries near the Fort; two
companies" arriving on the Fortt.and the re
mainder of the regiment have work in the
trenchea to repel midnight attaoks.
' The heaviest rebel euns are near the light
house, and their beet mortars are on both sides
of the hospital. The water battery below Fort
McRae ia a bad customer. The ranges, of our
artillerymen are splendid.
A note dated the 24 tb, states that Col. Brown
probioited firing unless the rebels first opened
it being the Sabbath.
une or our guns burst yesterday.
The rebels have evidently suffered much.
From Port Royal.
'
'
New Yohk. Dec. 12. The brig W. Ro
land, from Rio via ' St. Thomas, Nov. 27. con
firms the reported escape of the Sumter from
Martinique. - no Iroquois returnea to Bt
Thomas on tbe 25Ui. .
' The gunboat Daootah arrived at St. Thomas
on the 23d, and waa dispatched with coal and
provisions lor tbe Iroquois, but missed her.
: Capt. Dupont, In his communication to the
Navy Department, dated December 4, says tbe
apprehension of losing possession of the bay
St. Helena, so exceedingly valuable for a har
bor for its proximity to Charleston and for the
command it secured of large rivers, supplying
Interior communication with South Carolina, in
duaed him . to dispatch a second expedition
there under Commander Drayton, with ordera
to hold the Island until Gen. Sherman la pre
pared to assume military occupation of It, when
be will transfer the fort to his troopa.
It ssema to be understood, in addition to oar
occupation of Beaufort, Gen. Viele waa at once
to be sent with considerable force to oooupy the
most important point In the new approach ee
Savannah, and that another force will'go about
the tame time on a similar expedition in tbe
direction of Cnarltatoa, to hold, certain strate
giO positions. " ' --or i-
The North American ot tils morning has
tue aimuwiu. ... - ? ".i? ... . . . . i
A letter receive In this city from an officer
In the armv at Port Royal, Aated Hilton Head.
Deo. 8, tays: Last night a fleet arrived off this
sort with twenty fire thousand troopa. -Savan
nah and Charleatoo will oon be ours.
Three hundred flats, each'-thirty two
long, are being shipped for Burnslde'a expedi
tion.
The Captain of the Iroquois Charged
with Letting the Sumter Escape.
Niw Yoic. Deo. 13. The brig Thomaa W
Rowland, Caps. Rowland, from Rio Janeiro via
St. Thomas, Nov. 27, arrived at this port last
night. "1 ' . ir
Capt. Rowland States that the Captain of the
u, s, gunboat Iroquois is entirely to blame for
the escape ol the Sumter. The Captain of the
gunboat sent a man on shore at Port Royal
with signal lights, and gave him Instructions
to signalize to him the movements of the Bum
terj and on the night of the 23d of November,
signals were made by the man on shore that
she was leaving the harbor, but no notice was
taken of it by the Captain of the Iroquois.
Ilia First Lieutenant tried to persuade him to
give chase, which they could easily have done,
as the Sumter drew one foot more water than
the Iroquois; but be would not hear to it, say
ing that It would be verv unpleasant for him to
capture her, as be and Capt. Semmefl had been
schoolmates and had sailed very much together,
and Captain Semmes had been nis aunerlor of
ficer.!
Another reason that the Captain of the Iro
quois gave was, that be did not wish to break
tne neutrality laws. '" "
The movements of the Sumter were aeen
from the deck of the Iroquois.
These facta becoming known at St. Tbomas,
the greatest indignation prevailed among the
Americans In port and all others friendly to the
united states.
Affairs in Kentucky.
Louisvilli, Dec. 13. The Bowling Green
Courier of the 7th depreciatas the discouraging
effect of the burning of Wblpperwill Bridge, on
the Memphis Branch Railroad, by the Federals.
its correspondent save nothing indicates a for
ward movement of either army tbia winter.
Tennessee money was fifteen to twonty per
cent, discount twonty days ago, and la now thlr-
ly-nve per cent, discount.
The Savannah Republican urges Davla to
send Wm. C. Rives and John J. Ward to F.ng
land ana trance.
Tn Courier says five thousand Kentuckians
are in the rebel army.
A letter from Somerset, dated the 7th inst.,
confirms the capture by the-rebels of Mojor
neiveu ana uapt. rrime.
J. R. Richardson, Postmaster of Somerset,
writes under date of the 10th inBt. that Zolli-
coffer bad orossed the Cumberland twenty miles
below Waitesborj, on a bridge of coal bargea,
witn nine thousand to nrteen thousand trcops.
W expect a fight to-morrow. The Federal
force under General Sohoeff consists of six regi
ments of infantry and two batteries.
ine democrat discredits the above, rallies; to
get a confirmation from its correspondent.
At Bagdad, Ky., a party of secessionists were
endeavoring to make Union men tako the oath
of 1 allegiance to tbe Southern Confederacy.
Col. Whitaker learning this, sent a squad to
arrest them. . Tbe secessionists ' fired upon
whitaker' men, but the odds being too great,
Whitaker dispatched to Capt. Lee at Louisville
for assistance, who arrived this afternoon and
proceeded with troops to Jacksonville, where a
skirmish last evening took place.
From Missouri.
St. Louis, Dec. 13. In order to suppress en
tirely and prevent any aid or assistance to or
commucation with any person or persons direct
ly or indirectly disloyal to, or in arms against,
the Federal Government, the entire commerce
of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers has
been placed under military control and surveil
lance, and no boat will be permitted to take
freight or passengers, or will be allowed a clear
ance, except those authorized and commissioned
bv the proper military authority. All owners,
officers and employees on boats will be required
to take a strong uatn ot allegiance: and any
officer committing any act contrary to tbe above
expressed obiect or this order, will cause imme
diate forfeiture of the boat and cargo to tbe
f ederal uovernmenr, ana saan owner or omcer
be subject to the penalties prescribed by the ar
ticles of war for giving aid to the enemy.
Late news from Prico places him at Osceola,
with from ten thousand to fifteen thousand men,
Intending in a few days to move northward.
He has fifty-three cannon and baa lately re
ceived twenty-five hundred new tents from the
sontb. His men are well clothed and armed.
Gen. Slack's advance has crossed tbe Osage
river, and another division was crossing Friday
last.
The Richmond Prisoners.
BosTOit Dec. 13. A letter from Col. Lee,
of. the Massachusetts 20th Regiment, dated
Richmond jail, Dec. 4th, describes tbe cell in
which, other hostages and himself are confined
as small and very damp, the cold air drawing
through tbe windows. Most of the hostages
have to provide their own beds, the Government
allowing them only two cotton coverlids to each
bed. They are forbidden to receive visiters,
and ail communication with other prisoners de
nied them. Colonel Leo and Major Roeve are
well-
Expected Attack on Somerset, Ky.
Cincinnati, Deo. 13. Tbe Commercial's
Frankfort despatch says no fight at Somerset
up to 8 o'clock to-day. Zolliooffer advancing.
and reinforcements probably coming to his as
sistance. '
The 31st Ohio left Stamford this morning at
daylight at double-quick, to assist Gen. Scboff.
1 here is without doubt a rebel force at Ow-
ingsville, Bath county.
Humphrey Marshall la invading Eastern
Kentucky with a formidable force.,, .',
Tbe Mt. (Sterling Whig issues a call from
Unionists to rally and resist certain dangers.
Mexican Privateers—New York Mayoralty.
raiif,
Niw Yore, Dec. 13. It Is freely stated that
there are a number of letters ot marque In this
city issued by the Mexican Government to prey
upon the commeroe or Kogiana, trance and
Spain, and that vessels are fitting out here,
wbich they nave a right to do, under a similar
decision to that allowing the Nashville to fit
ont at Southampton. The vessels will sail under
tbe American nag, as war vessela, and be en.
titled to bring prizes into neutral porta.
The official count ot the vote gives Updyke
1213 majority over Wood, and 61 over Guen
ther, for Mayor. r
specials state tnat tbe Luiopean news by
the Uanea creates but little excitement at
Washington.
Tbomas Ktcnardson & uo., or this city, deny
that the man Spence Is a member of tbe firm
of Richardson, Spence k Co., Liverpool.
Southern News.
ol
to
feet
Fort Monroi, Deo. 12. The Norfolk Day
Book has datea from Pensacola to Deoember 3d.
There bad been no further fighting, but Gen
Bragg hourly anticipated a renewal of the at
tack irom rort rickens. me reaerai vessels
were flitting in and out of tbe harbor in the
most bewildering manner to the rebels. Some
times there would be a dozen in the eves. All
but two disappeared before morning.
The Norfolk lay Boon, ot inursday, was
considerably excited in relation to a rumor that
JNortoik is to be attacaea. it suggests tnat ad
ditional obstructions be placed in the entrance
of tbe harbor, and if not done by the military
authorities, urges that the city council take it
In band.
At Richmond, Wednesday, tbe war excite
ment was high. Tbe storm of war was -ex
nected to burst, momentarily, somewhere., -.
A dtspatcn aaiea juempnis, isec. luia, siys
Mew Madrid ia now fortified; two regiments
were sent there yesterday. '
The rumored contemplated attack on Cairo
has been abandoned. .
The iron ram. Manassas, arrived, at Calum-
hn on Sunday. ,
The Montgomery Man, or tne bin mat., con
gratulates its readers on the report that old
Harvey Drown nas aiea oi a wouna reeeivea in
the last bebt at rori ricaena. r
The Charleston Courier of the 9th, says that
on Wednesday detachment of the Beaufort
artillery, tweuty-two men, passed over to the
island and visited tteauiort. mere were no
signs ot tbe enemy, either on land or water.
Our men then proceeded to tbe work of destruc
tion. v The chief ebjeot wss to destroy the orope
of ootton and the provisions on Paris island,
wbicb, being bear tbe enemy, waa crowded
with nenocs who bad flocked there to escape
the control of their owners.' Owing to the want
of boats, the object was but partially eneoted
Savon hundred bales of cotton and seven hand
red hushela of corn were burnt on Dr. Thomaa
Fsllowa'i plantation. Returning to - battery
nlanttLtlrmr the work of destruction wat resum
ed: the torch wos successively applied to the
ootton of twelve other plantations, and the con
tents of flve.bama were emptied ana eonasmea
Seventeen crops, amounting to nearly four
thousand bains, were thna effectively removed
Irom tbe fangi ef the destroyer. - : :
Tbe Courier says the English screw ship
war, .Racer, arrived off Charleston harbor
Friday, and brought despatches to tbe British
Consul. Tbe Racer left next day for Port
Royal. - tf:i ',.-:- :,W.
The Courier of tbe 9lh says, on Friday last
there were In sight near this harbor, the steam.
abiDiSusauabannah. 2 side-wheel gun boats.
a store ship, a large scnoonsr, suppoeea h do
laden with coal, and the Swedink bark Mingo
AuonsTa'i Oai. i Deo. .10. Tb Charleston
Courier of tbla morning aiys that the Lincoln
fleet seized a schooner on Saturday, and inat
Steamer was, aeen pasting on Monday with
floating batter or dock in tow. . 1 : .
The Charleston Mercury of to-day says the
Yankee invaders are getting bolder. A smau
body of them were-seen near Port Royal fiuu
day.! . f. . .
The Norfolk Dav Book sDeaka or an impor
tant arrest thereof a number of slaves in tbe
aot of making their escape to the North, They
had with them 1 .500 In stolen money. An
examination of their case was bad before tbe
mayor, but for prudential reasons tbe report
it is withheld. -' i , ....i. , ,
Cairo, Dec. IS. The following ia from the
Memphis Appeal of the 11 tb: .
Niw Orlians, Dec. 10, Lieut. Sbepard,
tne Confederate steamer Mobile, arrived
Brashaw City with a Lieutenant and nine other
federal prisoners taken irom tne united states
steamer Annie Taylor, whioh waa wrecked near
oaDineraas. .:
Richmond, Deo. 10. The Examiner of this
morning savs Congress in session passed a bill
admitting Kentucky into the Southern Confed
eracy. A bill has been introduced into tne LoultJer-
ate Congress prohibiting tbe importation of ne
groes frrm Africa.
Ibe Alabama House of Representatives bos
payment by the chartered banks of that State
passed a bill legalizing tbe suspension of specie
Tbe superseding of Geo. Price bv Gen. Heatb
is denied.
The Governor ot Mississippi has made a call
upon the inhabitants fcr arms. '
St. Johns. Dec. 13. Tbe Europa from Liv
erpool 30th uit , via Queenstown 1st, was off
ape Kace at 11:30 this morning. The news
boat of the Associated Press venturrd out,
notwithstanding a violent storm, but tbe
chances of obtaining tbe news dispatches ia
poor.
Halivii, Dec 13. It has been etrouely re
ported here to-day that Messrs. Breckinridge
and Hunter applied for passage by the Canada,
but were refused, in consequence of a telegram
irom secretary Cameron warning tbe seems ot
the Cunard line against conveying rebels.- Mr.
Cunard emphatically contradicts tbe report.
Further by the Hansa.
In reply to the application of Capt. Nelson
for a warrant to tearcn the Nashville to recover
certain property belonging to bim and the own
ers of the ship Harvey Burcb, Earl Russell di
rected bis Secretary to reply tnat be oaonot au
thorize Ibe magistrate to Issue each warrant,
and declined to interfere in the matter Tbe
application was made on the recommendation of
minister AdamS.
The dispatches of the Commissioners escap
ed the vigilance of the officers of the San Ja
cinto, and safely arrived in the La Plata, in
charge of a gentleman of the party. On ar
rival at boutbamptoo, tbe remainder of Slldell
and Mason's families and suite went on board
tbe Nashville, and the next day the dispatches
were taken to London. No repaire bad yet
been commenced oo the Nashville.
Tbe London Times is more moderate in' its
comments than tbe News. While denying that
tbe Federal Government, on its own position,
has a right to overhaul neutral ships, it never
theless admits that England herself bat estab
lished precedents, which now tell against her
in this matter of the Trent; but these prece
dents were made under circumstance very dif
rereni, asierts, irom tnose wnicn now occur.
England was then fighting for existence, tnd
did in those days what .she would not do now,
nor allow others to do.
In discussing the question whether Mtson
and Slidell were liable to capture as belliger
ents or contrabands on board tbe Trent, the
Times states, as the opinion of very eminent
luriBta, that ibis was not tbe question to bs ad-
1 .irli rl K Y. a Th. mamma
would have been to bring the ship Itself into
port for adjudication. '
It concludes with the expression that Eng
lishmen will diBcuBS the question with calm
ness, and appeals to the Federal States not
provoke war by such aels.
Tbe rebel steamer Bermuda arrived at Havre
on the 24th, from Savannah, with 2,000 bales
cotton, and was discharging on the 25th.
Sheriff's Sale.
Charles Death
Dac. , page 365.
Common Pteai.
Tl.
Wm. F. Jenningi
etal. )
BY VIRTUE OF AH ORDER OF SAX.,
to me directed from the Court of Common Plea of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will csTer for aala at th door of
(bo Court Hon, in th city ol Oolumbui, Ohio, on .
Saturday, the 11th day of January, A. D. 18b2,
at 1 o'clock p. m., ttie following described real, estate,
Itaat In th county of Franklin, and BUM of Ohio, to
wit:
Lot No. Ten. In Phelan'a Mount Pleaaant Addition
th oity or common.
Appraised at (400 00.
a.
W. HUFFMAN, BheritT,
By Bd Davis, Deputy.
PrU.ter'l fit 3 60.
dec9 wtd.
Superior Court of Franklin Cpun-
ty, Ohio, t . ' (
Jceyh Pric. and wife Voe, 8 pags'llB."-'
John Cramer al. i Bal i"P"Utlon.
IN PfJRSFJANCE Of AN ORDER Oft'
th laid Court to me d treated. I will offer for lale
at the door of th Court Houm in th city of Oolum
bui, on
Saturday', the. 23th day of December, 1861,
between the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.and 4 o'clock
m., the following deaoribed real estate, aituat In
county of Franklin, and State of Ohio, to wit:
Th remainder of a tract of land eitlmated to oontatn
on hundred and fir aorta, knows aa th Old Poor
Houm Farm, Ming th aam land oonveyod by John An-
J . .n k:a nv... u 1 1 .. . .1 T v.
uniivu ,w ui piim nvmu tfv.uua, fvasuiug nuu ,vuu
Anderaon, by deed dated July 13th. 1830, after cutting
off fifty acre from the east aide of Mid tract, which waa
t off to Hooerl King and wife, la an amicable partition,
by deed dated veoemoer 12U, JKU. , ),-.,,- , .
Appraiied ot BOS 00 par tore.
QUO. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Printer' fei, IB 00.
Nov 17, lftll-wtd ! V-.J.
' ... Sheriff'- Sale." 1 j
Peter A. Prenler c' Dm. p; 239 , ' f ''
. Ihoma.'D-ll.u.. BP"I' Oonrt, , ;';-
BY T1RTTJB Or AN OHDEB OF SALE
to me directed, from th Superior Court of Franklin
County, Ohio, I will offer for aale, at tb door of th
Court Houm, In th city of Colnmbu. Ohio, on'ry
Saturday, (he 4th day of January, A." DV.18G2,
between th hoar' of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'olotk
P. M., th following lands and- tenemant, 1tuate
th county of Fnnklln, State of Ohio, and tn th
of Worthlngton, and known and described a. follow,
wit: ...... ...
The north equal third part of In-lot namw ninety
two (K), a dlitingnlrhed oa the original and retarded
plat of the town of Worthlngton, In tald Franklla ooon
IT Ohio, being th same p rem lie eonvtyed ty
Theodora B. Tuller and Bobrina hii wife, to mtMkomaa
Daniel, by deed dated August lath, A. u. lew. 1 -
Appraised at f ow w,i r, - i
i . . a. yr. Huffman, Bher;ir.
Printer' fee (6 00.;- -. : , '
nor28-dltwtd " ", .
i ' Irish ' linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABRIC ' . ' ; '
. Linen Shirt Boom Plain and fancy '., . -.' ,
Bhirting and Bosom Llnem. "'
, . Linen Bheetingl and PllloW Cailnga. '
. , . Linen Cambric and Long Lawni.
-. ' v ; .. Linen Pocket-handk ft), all sIjbs.
.,', 4, , . , Linen Towelllogs and Diapers
' Linen Napklni and D'Oylle.
I loen Table Cloth, aod Satin Damaika. ' ' " ;-.
. .Linen Towen with colored border. ' ' '
' Linen Stair OoYirtngtand Oruh.
i : V -Formloat lowprtoe.
. BAIN A SON,
Ieb22 No. 9 Booth High Urn-
ararrV nHVia nvt.rw: 1 i;TH'
,- fAWUX DBKHO B1LK.H, "
ANnv tiRHsa Mnna. , -
We art) Bow off erlng onr hnmenn stock of FanSy tre
Rlrka atTirlnra Ian thin amr halol Offered In thl
the attention of th ladlt of thl city and vicinity
solicited, at onr stock I very elot ana eompiete m
trade of good! in thU un. r. aunt
pfJ f ii 'f. i m" i r HI trt,
- I ...... .. . I. .. , ,;
HiHt? BDST'BKAIIDII OF-BAII-T
'Ji FLOUB. bf Dkrrel or dray load.
""k'Vi;-W.H.M8TmUXr
noTl l Rout- Blgk Itml.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, December 13, 1861.
.
Tb following ar fh nkvU qaoUllom tomcted by
Wm. H. Betlanx, whole! aad null rocel, Ma.
iuo eeuiu taiga pio j , .y ji- u t .-j
Wheat...... , booiX 0.8-xaf ft., OS11e
Oat f ba Mo Maplf o. 0(Koa
Oora on. SSe MoUae-.! so
Butter a 14 10c
hard t, ....ft 10c
Brrnp cal eOedM 00
Tea r t....eo,i vowl as
tallow fkIOc
Dried Apple ba.. 91 3S
Dried Peachei. .. 3 S0&4 00
Bio Oaf) .... UJO
Jar do.. ..... ......... e
Bio a 10a
While Bean bv, . 8 1 SO 1 85
Bkxuu io..ai 00tl 7i
rotatoei, f ia..,..aowouc
Bait ia lack 15c
Hav ton tt 00
Boapdnz) 9 8
Bait f Mil
Beef ewt
Hainil
Shoulder
Bait Fork fowl...
Wood eord....
Hoar 9 M
a 001
While WhMt do 8S
, .... JUc
. (8 00
Rr floor bbl... 00
Uandlea.Tallow.bz,, . UXQ
Candle, Opal, bos.. 16
ObM fcVJMO
mm SB
Mackerel No. lhfbbl
s oo
Hoaalnf per bn.b 91. w
WhUky per. (all. 9&$1 00
Mackerel Nolqrbbl
t so
Mackerel No 1 kit.. ) 00
Baliina, II K. Box.. ..3 S3
Whit f lab per h'rbbl t3 S3
fcayera ....3 oe
Whit h pet qr kU 0 OOl
Saltan f t . IS
uoa run a nc
Fi V l - , . 30o
Herring bbl 5 00
Corn steal bg.. 4g50e'
Krone lao
Wool Twin. IB lb.
KW do
Dried Beef.
l&$20oaranberrle bbl... 97 DO
Moa"hat flour f a , so
WHOLESALE MARKET.
WEEKLY REVIEW.
f itoR alei at (431 Si (or new red, and i t&B
4 60 ror whits: market unwilled. . ,,, ,
WBiAT-at 8085.
Oork jales at 20o
' OA-ra-ale dull at 20c
Ry email aalea -l.'xBSOo.
Hir-aale at 78.
Potato l at J5(eOo, . .,-
' BuM-Mlei at87c18S. '
SiiT role at ? (10 par bbl. - '
Wbit Pub rale at 0 2S26 75 per bbl.' '
BocxwnuT Loa at 2)t(82Kc V ft
Sugar., Tea and Coffe adranolng nil I; In proipect
of ioceeaaed dnty.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, Dec. 13.
COTTCN-EiclteJ and deoldedly higher; late of 300
bale, at 32y,c for middling upland..
FLOOB Market opened quiet and Ann and doted
dull, holder, a little mora diepoaed to raaUta; .ale 1490
bbll at S5 35 for rcjeoied; i 40IS S5 br lap.
tale; i SS(SS 70 for extra tat, ti 40IS 30 for tupw
In weilern; tS 05($S US for oomnon la medium xum
wetern; 5 9035 l for ahlpplng branJ axtiaroand
hoop Ohio , and 1 0596 75 for trad braoii.t do. Cana
dian flour la a trifle tuler with only aodtnw bario
doing: ealc of 6'jO barrel! at- J 4S(S SO foe npep
fine; 15 657 SO for common to choto xtr. -
RYK LOUa Qult with .mall Mlea at prevlou. quo
tation!. !. .
OOKN MEAL Quiet and unchaofrd. - -
WHIBKY-Rulei quiet; lalei of 1U0 barrel, at toe.
WHS AT Firm and very quiet; only limited lupply of
rood. Bale of 7,500 buihela fair Cbtcngo iprlDr at
1 39; 3,000 fair winter red weitarn at 1 41; 2.500 whit
weitern at 1 45; 16,800 Milwaukee club at tl 311 ja.
BYI Without decided change; .ale 6,500 buaheli at
8!!KSg5o.
BAULKY Quiet atTCKiSOo with aalea of 500 buahel
af75o. - ; .;
eJOBM Bute dull at about prtvloo qaotationi; lalei
of 42,000 buaheli at OTtSGSc for nrlm weatera mixed.
(float and in .tore.
PUAS AND BBAN8 W Botle mlm at 1M ko.kl.
Canada pea in bulk at 83c: alio 600 barrel of bean at
$2 'J532S0 for medium end 2 85 for marrowfat.
OATfl A .bade firmer with aal.a at 444)46 for Jaraey,
Oanadt. weatern and .Ute, th latter an axtrem prio.
PORK Ouiat aad anchanred: aalea of ia harrala at
13 2513 00 for men; 13 SO for prim men; (8 S0t
BOO for prim. . ..
BKEr-Rule quiet and firm; tale of 100 barreU at
5 005 SO for country m; 4 OOCsVt (0 forooootry
inme; ii oogii- uu lor repacked meat; f 13 7i13 b7X
forextrameil. Prim mea beef in rood demand: nln
of 620 tierce. India prim me OB private term.
Btisr UAJSs -atal iteady; iaa of SO bami at
5 00. .
CUr MKAT8 Dull and unchanged.
8M0KID UI ATS Lea aetlT with aalea of SS ahda
moked ehoulderi on privat term..
BACON Side. In food demand with aalu of 1050 box
ei at preriou. price.
LARD There I 1M doing and prio a abad aaaler;
aale of 1000 barrel, chiefly to arrir, at 8X(9c; amall
ulei at 9c, which U an extreme prlc.
BUTTHR Lea aetir and acaroely e Arm, with sale
at 1 I15c for Ohio and lfKSSS for itato.
UHKK8B A ihade eaaier with mall aalet at 5X8o.
OOFFEB Market eonttnaea a.tW and vr Srm:
alMof 10,000 bags Bio at 17x31Bo; 8000 man Criton
atSOc.
BUOAE Raw ataadv and nnchaond: aalea of SOhhda
Cuba at 7 v8c; 10 hhda Demarara at Bo and 128 bxa
Bavanaat7(8.
muLassEH yuiet; ealei so hhd Barbado.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 13.
to
market has 1cm spirit to-day, but prlc
remain unchanged.
WBB AT Prime quality continue to matt with a irood
market. The amount offering la eua.ll, aod Boldora ar
very firm, with as Inclination to Hand for higher prico. I
Strictly prim whit U held moitly at c, and prim rd
at 88c Other qualitia down to fair, an about So per
dubuci mjiuw uiewngnre.
CORN Remain iteadr at S8c
OATS Ar generally held Xc per bu.hel higher, bat
oujenarv ddi rcovnouea to paying orer xoao in DS1B.
RIB Ha not much inonirv. and I dnll at 41o.
BARLSY Continue to meet with read aale at 45 to
50c
WHISKT-Oaloed tc and had a quick market.
Jfojvirtr.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 12.
FtOTJR Market dull and unchanged. No aale re-
ported.
WHB AT Market Heady and a llttl mora aotlv.
Sale of t car red at 97o on track, and S can whit at
1 03 on track.
CORN Market aulet and without chann. Balaa of B
carat35candloarat3do. ,
OATS-Dull and nominal. Salts of 2 oars at S8Vc an
traok.
KYI 81 of 3 cars on track at 48o
LARD Steady at 77Kc. Bain 25 bbll at the latter
figure
iiuua ureased ar very acarc and no sates nportcd.
Packenofftr 3 25.
Hog Markets, Dec. 13.
CINCINNATI.
th weather waiverv faTorable to-day, and the r
celpt being quits amall, the demand wa aetlr and all
on tne mark t wer Uken at 3 jo&a o. irrovars mm
54110c higher at the close. Tne .ale were: -.
225 head, averaging 800 lb at... V....3 87
VII do UO J u
230
140
do
do
do
do
do
250to2oO
250
240
215
830
do
do
do '
do
do
3 40
3 40
338
39
sue
79
150
200
a 40
The receipt wer only 3,800 head.
LOUISVILLE.
Th cold weather of ytittrday warranted rraoaptlon
ef thehoa (laughter around the fall, and tb number
laughured 5,840, leaving 6,400 In th pons. W heard
of but a ainirle transaction In hog, that of 60 head at
3 40 net, which wm rather anov th market, a. th
hog war all ot unusually heavy weight. Th market,
however, I better aad w now quote at S3 25 to 83 35,
the outside rate relating t tn Deal aeionptions of nog.
Then wer no aale of. froTiiion. Journal,
DETROIT.
Tb warm wat weather that ha prvalld for a day or
two mat baa been very nnfavorablo .t th nog traa,
which has, in consequence, almoat impended. Hotting
over 3 25 I now obtainable for th belt hog. Aavtr
Uttr. . . .
DUBUQUE.
weather laat week, and told at from 82 50 to 83 00 per
huncred hound. Prioea declined when the thaw cam
and nacktraaj-a aa.ln 25oDrawt. leu. W.J. Brack
c commenced operation lut week and picked iobm SO
bogi. uerata.
New York Cattle Market.
REPORT
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11, 1861.
total atccim or oarrut ou iotd, roa th wan
aid
,
'
Aoeordin to th report from th ssveral market
placei In the city, then bar been noolvad thUweefc, a
compared wim laitweea; , . ,,.t.
Bbeep and -xu.
Veals. Lamb iwln
441 1 ' . .... '
31 l.MI ...'
4t 1,640
si ,w7 "
" B've. Oow.
total
At Allerton' 4.002 .20
Browning'.... MB w
O'Brien', 139 41 ,
Chamberlln'l.. 42
Sldba'rs,Ber. ..
fetal 4.305 OS
335 8.830
tea 10,190
3S.793
33.6SS
Tlpfiweek. 3,1 68
av. numoer
rt,l'II,r.l,IM S
' 349 1.70 7,698 ll,ft87
- ; snvt ntoai pirmnrr m-rw.
'
A.M. Allerton A Oo., Proprietor, of th Waahlngtoo
ftroTi-Tard. 44th-at, report the Oattl In Market Irom
the following Btat: - . a ii
Hew York... l,S23iOooacet. .,..... -t -4B
OBI... V
I Ddiaaaw. ".
1 1 inoi. v .. . v
K.utucky . ..... t
low
Pennsylvania
OUOiN.w Jaraajk
2 9 .Canada...-.-...., .214
341 MichigMI .,..,...JH
44 MlMourl-... . BI
72 Haanehawtu. ..
!
BBI.F V A i ILiB
an
i
Kumber reported for this market" at forty-ronrta
gtnet, iOU.. - 1- . . . -Vifj t k.wJti
' th Price to-Jay ar gnofcd as follotrr. .. . . .
Flrstonallty.... . 839 lOrdinar.
Vadium 77J Lxtra...v
f lorn Ixtrf good B(Ve may qnoted S,t roll taJ.
th general arerar of tb market T Ko. ' J J -
tHe most of tbe e.h range mmam&r. yM . , , ,
trie per head aad pr pound, ef difrat woSghtm
Will be fonod In enount oi "
total numfcer of Beeves rtctlred la th city thi wk,
4i805.
5
Iht I 44 ht mor thai kt wek, uU M keU
1H tbaa.tb an ran f lul m,. Th.
br M w1""-! mvmei lut year wwliut E.
wbll th '
wmnki
- Mni Hm slMwa lit hJ
. ant loo Ee4 kts tha IhU day
fMavnait,.
THE CLOSE OF THE MARKET.
(
thU -A4rni-i k-NM lk.ma sa .. k
kadwIWthmtBldaklrIf
total Ut wek. II appear, wpoa out thl
that th aumbtr pwrday wa .uUd too li 7l; i
fraahaawwal bniliu-fu .. - 4
Thi total 1 1.50S mor thaa wa MtlolmtUd u.!
wboUl, U.uu.rn. p-a t .t71nT7:
nlahd antxpeotow immkar, and alto-ulT-V ir,ni.
"rml bandn i
JlcrUhm. fw th. mwk.4 to-WtoaH 5 !.
aa n bo aold wlthwa a rrat
t-., i "r , -" ia oao Buaaar. Dnr-
old, Umwgh w-Vi; wVmn; SwHT, ,
-ry, dhMI, l.w tbX SLVtt&JSlGU
a low a two weclu m. JV7t J?t aa4 fall .
oaa b. bought lowe,tiA7'rll,,0
THE SHEEP MARKET.
this week, 8339. ' I t
of ltt?"! ?rL"m' arte, n. Mi
or iit report, o that Th a radar wa. ottuw JZZ . ? .
JrUUy and Baturday bur lT tho CnLKA 1
L"4"V.!oHmTwULn-'
btttohrBotdlixl t
wmntto. wa "reported 2'SS12 T.7
vrjriiwat 34. a 77 .KZ.":r .
wath, fom aod warm, and preiuajt. m' "T.
Aa extra Sna Int r.t ir ....-! . '
vjrp.., om, that rn. 1&St9UtZ
Althougn th. mpplj n j(M a,,, mttk '.
Put to be greater than la Z!it V?a ',?. ,
fSK,--
B J!: XP?oVkB: '"rt.-Jt
dowato nothlmiri "S w , wb7 Mbl'i'??
-.rketldML VnJSJZ i7.?SJ
wwiuh umn doe nin tan lf-K
VH lliwn ffannji th
Brat lu mntn .t iuiff ."Sid Ih?V.lte
40 ,n1 th -aVao- to V.'Sm
rs IU avtran Seprrpound, Uaring th. fct u7?-
THE HOG MARKET.
MelpUthIlwek,3fJ,75S.
Th reoelnti an bnni '.
much that it would InUrfer. wlthtbaT oftrVu
wfc.poorhog.h.T.lmdtom.ir.r. W.l3h!.'
- on m ana aallrtwd boat, that war ahiuwd
?K'drtth?ra'd,ldV4D 01 "
i. ,iT . .u could be
Me, and those at th lowe.t rate la oar quoutlooe
Large hog. ppMr u hU ,b, .i,,.,,. ui ,B,I,
vorabi. chang. In th. ., a. hrt"..i tT. .ftiV
uroly bleoked, nd although drover, appear to think tka
nnVJ f-" D0W b4r" awaiting al lu
wf liM 6
, ... Ltv. T0dwlaht
Fitqalltycora.fedrr,i1,.jH(asv dxaai
gjodqaallty ! $W
Hrt quality, (mall Hie, rat and
prim, for market bntohr...3Xi3i K(VAa
rg. ilae, tlll.d, fat 1 ? V SuS-i ..
Bocnd qaaUty. Ulll-fed.. m . sJZ; .
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UAUDWABliSTOIlIk
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i ' JUST RECEIVED BY --
WL1 A. GILL,
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No. 30 North High Street,
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01 tt Lr8it - Waatsd JiSSwtl
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VI B OFFIMS IN THIS ClTTI
floB8e.' ; Bnilders' , Fuisiiigs
OF IVM ami AND QUALITY. '
- ' rnnekeVAmarlem. -
Window . aiasa
PAINTS OROTJND IN .y -
and pnt ap tn hah pound cans fcr family an, and Dry .
PalntatowaDt, ; ; . ,-j ,
Brushes of .every variety & quality.
-),; A SpIfBditl Aagortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
j AXES OWNDSTONE3, ho.
i " aUjre.TISTOLS, SHOT. Ao. v , .
FISHING TACKLE. '
i ' ROPE i CORDAGE,
5 LEATHER AND INplA RUBBER.
BELTHTO. v? J
V? EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
' AGRrcuLTuitAii IJ
CEMENTS,
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4S: f . ,t,.i
SCYTHES, Ao.
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS -
Table and Pocket Cutlery, a
t peIy Invito th atttattoa of all InttrarUd to mi'' '
took of Pookot and Table Outlery.-eaJ t.- .1 -!:. A J
.ILVER JPtATED r'opKa,
Tabid,1 Desert, and Tea Spoons, ,
3wttQj? Br4vi,,, fc3.,
ot aOQIBRo 4 B&Q'S, UnotacJT. wsirantedtoaa ,
itrahMVy, Ileotrt Platea.on gehub Alhatta.'
Country MerchaoW) liechacloa, aad eBma, tn invited
allnea-inli my aH oak, a I at Siiiiaa
holeaalsand Eetall. f.1-! " ITlri: A.
1 aoIUmbua, Ohio, May B, I860.
, . A J .1 1 ,i , ft
sn4H9i-
ANTr-RHEULlATICBAim
js THE 6NLY KNOWN REldjSDTff'dB'r
RheoanaUinivGout' ta ? Heuralria,
AND A 8CB.1 CUBB FOB
All lMercm Diseases. T;
rt I'", i ').. a i .!( .ar,
St la aeonvnlBtly arranged Bud, eootalotng a med
icated eomponnd, to bowora afoaad ah W4a, wtthewl
UUarytetho a aeHcaU .c.eat oag. ia, haMte
ef IItIm ia raoulred. aad (t entirely remor the die
mm from th aystni, without prodnetng th tnlurlone
cSjeotsarWaf fswn the w t pwrlol arrut as4l-oUi-i-trhMs
waalnw aad aeXrojr thoewaMltitUoaa-aad .
.It. lemponry relief only . By thl tnaimeot, th toed- ,-
Unit M,tiMMnlllt In thA ni n. In mnfu.
with th btcd aad feaek h disawa, ttwwagh bepM
oMbkwetTeMsa(la wary taa. a pttmt -
and reatoriu th narta aHiU'td sa a haaliiiv aoodiafm.
ThU Band la alio a mottpowerful Arrt-alniooaui event,'"1
aod will entirely leliev thytm from thej,i. myMum 1.
oaebrof afars. llditt eaae aw (and tare trw?
day, and w are onatantly leoetrtng teatlmoaia) tt It. .
moacy In aggravated eaaa of long standing. , "
- Pwts,00, tee bad ef Drngxlit gen.ralryT r"ea.
ee Mat of Burn et sireea, wita ran eunnitoa for
I to any part of th eooatri .ill not frtaa th PrinoipiJ, '
o&rZ --, ri-.,J.i.:rl,j
it;,
O.-SMITH At CW Balm P wprlotora.. r x
avuwpuv oiwaiai swat rw. ..
flRTfeLI.BK A IOH. OamiatarK Aaar lfi
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t7t S. pigh St., bet. Irliud. aod Moond, Oolambe,, 0. '
UTAcente WantoA eTrrwktr.,-T'
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