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' SUNDAY MORNika, DEC." 15,- I8Gi.l
Rail Road Time Table.
LittU Mueri fc Oomsb Xoua B. R
I. ' ' . ' " Leaves
Ml.t.1 .1. Tlnoftm I'M A. M. 1 3:30 A. M.
Buy Bspreae ., ... 1 M V. J-
Hull and Accommodation.. i-W P. II. I5 P U,
. ,- . -i Jxo. W. J)0Bwrr, Agent.
OoLUMBCt fc OUTItiVD R. B. ' '
Night Bxprees JHfJ?' V
Nejr York Express 31JP.M- 1:30P.M.
, - , , L Jaataa nrratew, Agent.
4:oo a; M.
, 3:?0 P. M.
1:30 A. It..
1.30 r. H.
W.J. riLb, AgCDI.
. - J FnTtBokolI, OOLUM fc 0CIHKATI R. .:: '
at.ii Train .. .... . ... . ..'.. .. . 4:09 A . M. " ' f 1:30 A.M.
o.liesTreln J8:35A..' 1.30P.M.
Jos. Roatasoii,. Agent. '
Ooiciucs ' Ianuaoroxie, R.R. ' ' -"
(OOLDKIOI PlWAtt INDIANA II. R.) I
Obloego Expresa I.... 8:00 A. M. 8:35 P. M.
No.S " 3.00 P.M. 11:50 A. M.
' Sandusky " 9:40 A.M. 3:00 P.M.
..-,. O-. W. Ikith, Agent.
SBalWal SuinTa. It will be seen by-adver-'tlaement
in another column, that Headloy,
Eberly &, Richarda this day received another
large lot of Balmoral Skirls, ranging in price
from $2.50 to $3.75. They have also Just re
ceived a foil line of Ladles' and Gentlemen's
i-'JfaM, Ladles' ClotU Cloakfl, Bhwla and Bom-
EBERLY & RICHARDS,
250 AND 252 South High street,
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
Mr. Norton and the Public Schools.
" One of Gwtbe'e ballade givea nt tie atdry of
the Sortftrer and. bia pupil,! who, hearing bit
master mutter worle of conjuration whereby a
broomstick is duq to do bit bidding, remembeit
the magic formula and, being about to waeh hit
v boute, calls on the broomatlck to bring him
water from the rlw.t Buolwtfui after bucket
fuj U daahed u?on the floor till the pupil, In
terror of the threatening inundation, in vain ex
t poatulatee, and, at last, in deeperatlon, talzet an
a and ouls the stick in twain, when two eer
rants inttead of one work madly at if in emula
tion of eaoh othor, andtthe horrified pupil, in-
sanely in?oklog powert he eannot control, yielda
' to bis fatal pieaumptioo. ., . 1
. - Nor is it only, Magician's, disoiplea who ae
gWen to suicidal invocation ofsoperlor agenoia,
, but often in, out 'Commonplace, dajs Is the old
' Ule yerified.' -f - i '
.'.." .A Superintendent of. Publio Sdioola, twayed
: by personal motives and prlrato plquea, deter-
mines upon ridding bis jurisdiction of a teacher,
frank, honeet, cheery as daylight, who la a living
reproach to bis. own ambiguous, two-toDgnod,
two.faced policy, and plots for a twelve-month
to tthat end, .. bending every circumatanoe,
etery incldrnt, every careless word to his pur-
. . . . 1 J . . ! . im m r r nr wilh
f& iat( mn eager asuiuuibj m "
the long-boped-for opportunity, and with fere
thoughtful malice, before the Board of Eduua-t-tion
called tj alt in judgment, he prevaricates
the oneuepecting teacher's words, wwatiug them
from tbelr true meaning; and the honest,
"V aitbful, beloved Principal of the High 8chool
IS' told that bis "services ars no longer re
''quired." ' ' ' . " .
. The nubllo know the facta: how this faroioal
, trial waa had upon ex parte evidence; how but
a bare quorum of mcmbors were present; how
i Mn Norton's memorial waa Ignored; how the
accuser and bis coadjutors refused to face the
man whom they had so deeply injured, and
eoreened themselves behiud their official aggre
gatlon. Aa if the old effete doctrine that the
king can do no wrong were to be revived in Re
publican America, with the larger, broader read
ing that Boards are infallible. Corporation?, we
.: know have no aouls, but the Great Examination
to which the awakeniug.trump will summon ns,
will scarcely be conducted on class-principles,
investigation had and verdict rendered to men
as corporate members of a 8)lely responsible
body . . -
Why recapitulate? All the facts are before
the public. Twice has the Board bees' called
upon, through the precs, to set the people right
if wrong, and todofend iteelf against two im
nutations, one of which will enrelv stick to ita
official record, unless effaced by candid state
ment and open avowal vis., either those mem
ben of the Board whose votta expelled Mr.
Norton are the willing dopes of the Superintt n-
dent (an admhslon' not exactly creditable to
their diaoernment, since there is ssarcely. a
teacher or pupil connected with the Publio
f 8chools who cannot read the man's double-deal-
log, syoophantl i character, though ahrouded in
; that "dim, religions light" which, aa a proles
tor of the Christian faith, he draws around
him), or to'take the other born of the dilemma,
'they laj themaelvct open t6 the attack of doing
' a dhtbonorable thing; dishonoring an honorable
man.'ri'. - . , -. i -, i-. r;'"T
Members of the Board nmj, as tbey'do, tay
. that the Superintendent ia la 'no way answera
' ble for the. expulsion of the late Principal of
the High School; but ap long at the publio
.. know that .the Board seldom visit the High
' . Sobool, or, indeed, any school; ex officio, or In-
' dividualljj they may be pardoned for doubting
the Individual or official word qf tbe very hou
orablq merabers t thereof, who plavupon our
ucreauuti nitucn avermeuia.;
. y'-Some tif "1M members ' are peronally','un
m known to Mr. Norton; never visited bis eohool;
. '"ltnow nojhlrj'g'of blm as' a man or a teaoher
v except ataeoono nana; ana waea remooBiraiea
j . vivitb, defloanfe him as "singular, V and diamlas
; 1 th whole tenner with an epithet. r . ;
' Now,' who was the distorting medium through
'.',wliom'they derived their informa'Jon? ,,Who
"but the man whose business it ft tooommnnl
cate the will and pleasure of th Board to In
i .' employees? : Who but tho gentlemanly and r
ritond eupenatenatni t :
4 "The only member of tbe Baatd tho, lo put-
tide bbservers, ever seemed to take faithful
Interest, la Jbe schools, was Mr. Joseph bulll
vant. who, unwilling to be made a partner in
to dkibOnofable "a tranaantlpn, hat t'mce re
r via ie an eatabhehed ettbetieal principle, (hat
fTolQdrea ar'e.gpod judges of chara'otcr.".Plac
' the late' Principal of beColumbua High School
and the' Superintendent of Publio Schools' aide
- by side and Who will not trust the one whom the
Sldenrtroin' thn'olJest (olLe ydungeati love
and revere 'and run to greet with words of lov-
in4 conflderjoe, .and dfs.rust thVotber.whom
.they ahrink-from, and oall-diareapeotful names
from behind doors and fonoes, btid hist in epen
rebellion. -Wrong!, Granted.-But it doe's net
"... change tfie facu of the'ea'se, that children are
. honest', ' oncalculatlug judges' of ' character,
0fja they tire' the, ob)jnea uubTahejelfisb
or prudential motives, who arj fear leas enough
'" a3Vpeak their1 tbongbU'loif ae't-' Miiif convle
tlont. We should Lave at Superintendent,
' man who shall stand at in exemplar before the
youth of our oltyj one who not only bat a tech
nloal and oatechetioal acqnalntanoe with the
moral law, but one who has a taxiing knowledge
of the ten commandments. , ' v '
Will not the Superintendent and aotlng quo
rum of the School Board find, when too latt,
that they, too, have been Insanely Invoking
spirits they have nomaclo to lav? When the
recurring elections come round will not the
defaulters in trust of the publio confidence And
that they are elected to stay at hornet Will
they oot learn that playing with the edged tools
of reputation la dangerous? Will not the Sa
perlntcndent find that a pew Board, whlon he
cannot warp to his selfish purposes, will aay to
him In oruel parody, "Your services, sir, are no
COLUMBUS, Dec. 13.
Sanitary Committiis. The atujoiate mem-
beis of the United States Sanitary Commission,
realding in this city, have appointed the follow
ing committees. " . ,
On collections and contributions id the city of
Columbus F. C. Sections, Dr. Loving and P.
Ambos. - ,
On collections and contributions outside of the
city of Columbus, ln4hla and the neighboring
counties Rer.. Mr. Ilemsteger) Rev. Dr. Trim
ble and Rev. Mr. Mees.
Qn formation 'of Soldiers' Aid Societies, In
this and neighboring countlea Dr. J. B Thcmp
sod, F. Collins and Dr. Awl. -
HT It is stated that the Forty-second Regi
ment, ColoneLGarfield, will move to day from
Camp Chase southward, If transportation can be
t SaiiMiNTt or OvxacoATa. Overcoats are lobe
shipped Immediately from Cincinnati, under the
dlreotion of Captain Gill, to the following regi
ments: -..; ! 'I
Twenty-second Ohio, stationed at Chillicotbe;
Fiftieth Ohio, at Hamilton; Sixtieth Ohio, at
Hillsborough; Seventyfirtt Ohio, at Lancaster;
Seventy-third Ohio, at Chillicotbe; Seventy
firth Ohio, at Camp McLean; Seventy-eighth
Ohio, at Zinesvllle; Eightieth Ohio, at Canal
Dover; Eighty-first Ohio, at Kenton. Theee
are all aaid to be well made, and have been ex
amined by the inspecting officer. Part of the
overcoats were to be shipped yesterday (Satur
day), and the remainder as soon as possible.-
ST Two or three daja alnce Gov, Dennison
appointed Capt. A. B. Strickle of Clinton county
Assistant Commit aary, and ordered him on duty
with the Ohio troops In Western Virginia. He
has also appointed B. F. Martin of thia city, with
rank of Captain, to a like position, and ordered
him on duty in Kentucky. For special duty
Ohio baa, therefore, with ber troops, an agent
in MUiourl, Captain Geat, one in Virginia, Cap
taiq Strickle; and two In Kentucky, Capt. Mar
tin and Lieat. Benham.f -m .-
O" There are now at Camp Dennlaon tho fol
lowing doors: Sixteenth, Forty-eight, Fifty-
aecond and Fifty-fourth reglmenta of , Infantry;
Col. Taylor's and Col.Doubleday's regiments of
Cavalry, and several companies of Artillery.
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And irowi more and mora popular
And testimonials, new, and almoat without number
might be given from ladles and gentlemen in all grade,
ci locittv. whoie united testimony none oonld reniit.
that Prof. Wood'a llair Restorative will restore tie bald
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age.
In suits youthiul beauty.
. . , Battle Creek, Mich., Iee. Slat, .1858.
Paor. Wood: Thee wilt please accept a Una to Inform
thee that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty
venn Alio, caused by a complicated chronto dlieate, at
tendea witn an eruption on uio uewi. a cuumuum
oouru of innerinc through life bavinc reduced me to a
tale of dependence, 1 nave not been able to obtain ituff
fur an, neither bare i been aoie to ao tnem up, in con
eauence of which my kwd baa tuffered extremely from
cold. This Induced mff to pay Brlgga c Ilodgea almost
the last oent 1 had ?n eartn tur a twu dollar bottle or my
Hair HeaioraUve. about the flrtt of Auxuit last. I save
filthfulli followed the direoUosaond the bald spot is now
ourered with hair mica ana biacg, tnougn short, it is
also coming in ail over my nead. yeeung counuani
that another large bottle would restore It entirely
and permanently,, I feel anxious to peraeverra in Its use,
and being destitute of means to purchase any more, 1
would ask thee if thee wouldst not be willing to send me
an order on thlna agents for a bottle, and receive to thy
self the scripture declaration "tne reward Is to tnose
that are kind to the widow and the fatherless
Thy friendt ouoAnnAU ninrji.
Llionier. Noble County, Indiana, fob. Ath, 1859,
Paor. 0. J. Woodi JMar bir: In the latwr part of
the ear leitt. while attending We State and Halloas!
Law school of the Stats ot New York, my hair, from a
cause unknown to me, commenced falling on very rap
idly, so that in the anora space or six nonius, mo wnoie
miuar nan if my scalp was almoat entirely bereft of ita
oovering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
side and baoa part or my acau snortiy alter occamegray,
ma thii vou will not oe surpruea woen a mi you uia. up
on my return to the State of Indiana, ay mora casual
acquaintances were not so much at a loss to discover the
oa use or ins cnange in mj appeamun, njr iuuiv wur
mate acquaintances were to recognize me at an.
at once made application to the most skillful physi
cians In Ins country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my hair would again be restored, i was lorcea
to become reconciled to my late, until, lortunateiy, in
the latter part of the year 1837, your Restorative was re
commended to me hv a druKKiat. as beloa the moat relia
ble Ualr Restorative in use. 1 tried one pottle, ana
found to my great satisfaction that it was producing the
desired effect. Blnoe that time, I have need seven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and aa a result, hare a
rich coat of very son black nalr, wnicn no money can
As a mark ot my gratitude for your labor and skill In
the production oi so wonaerrai an article, 1 nave recom
mended Ita nse to many of my friends and acnualntanoea.
who, I ant happy to inform you, are using It with Ilka
effect. . very reenecuuny, jours, '
A. M. LATT A,
-. . . Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers throngh1
out the world.
The Restoratlvs is put up in bottles or three slses, via:
lame, medium, and small; the small hulls K a pint, and
retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more in pioportion than the small,
and retails for -two dollars a boille; the large holds
quart, 40 or cent, more in proportion, and retails for t)3
o. J, wood a. uu., rropnotors, m Brsadway.ew
York, and 114 Market Btieet, Ot. Louis, Mo.
- .And sold by ROBKBTi fc SAMCKL. Columbus. Ohio.
and by all good Pruggisteand fancy Qooda Dealera. ,
apruuustweowur. -. . .vw iv : ;-. . 1
Sheriff's Sale. "
Francis M. Story by hla next friend, V' . .
nary Btory, peutioner, , . lenpanor court.
" . vs. I Franklin county.
Joseph Btory at others, respondent. J
By viKTHE or ah order of sale
to ma directed from the Superior Court of Franklin
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tho door of tha
Court Bouse, in tho city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 4th da of January." A. D. 1862.
at an o clock, f.' tha following described veal ea
tare, aiiuan m rinuut Townsnip. rranklin county;
Ohio, to wit:' - ..."
Part of aurvey Ho. 3809, of tha Virginia Military Sur
veys, beginning at a stake In the southwest comer of tho
tract of land, containing one hundred acrrOonreyed
Joeiah Berans by Joseph 8toryky deed bearing date May
7, 1838; thence south 07X poles to a stake anof four small
hickories and as aim, theooe t 134 pole, to a stake in
pratiMI Inenoo north b1-solos to a stake as the weal
side of an elm marked as corner in the Una of tho Rlous
lot; theses west 144 poles to the beginning. Containing
nftytwoand a half acres, mors or least sub)eol to
dower oauts beratolors tea off and assigned to Mary
Btory, widow of said ktarmadako Story la aaid premises,
deeorlbed aa follows: Beginning at a slake from which
black walnut 13 inches In diameter bears N. 4i
B. 10 links; thenes e, I deg. w m polea and 20 links
to a stake; thence B. 88 deg, R. 124 polea to a atake
tha west ibe of Teoman'a laud; thenoa N. 22 polea and
20 lnka to a at Jta la the wait aide of an elm marked aa
corner; thenos N. 88 dcg. west 194, polea to the begin
ning . . ' '
Ts ot BAls. One third In hand., one third In one
year, and one third in two years, wth (Merest from tbe
day f sale, secured by mortgage. ,
.;ArpraiMdat15 CPperaote. -.,, ' ,
" " fi. W.-HTTFjlIAlr. SherllT, ,
n n . .
ii A f'f ". "avis, veputy.
Oranbertics I Cranberries!
OA BHKH. CKARBBKUIESi IK GOOJD
uatvan, aaouiftjBMat.K ; . w :u
for aala low By -.aas
ratf. H. BISTUAtnC
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
Battle in Western Virginia.
Union Troops Victorious
THE LAST REBEL ARMY
DRIVEN OUT OF WESTERN
CHARLESTON ON FIRE.
One Half the City in Ruins.
Rumored Negro Isurrection.
Colonel Brown's Official Report.
The Rebels Preparing to
The Sumter at its Old
&c. &c. &c.
Fight in Western Virginia—Union
[Special to the Cincinnati Commercial.]
CHIAT MoCNTAllt. Deo. 14. On veaterilaT
one of the hardest and beat fongbt battles of
tbe war was lonebl at Alleehenv Camn. Pnea
bontae county, Virginia; Gen. R. H. Milroy
oommandina; tbe Union trooot. and Qen. John.
son of Georgia commanding tbe rebels.
a do ngna watea from aayligbt till tbrce in
Tbe Union lost waa about thlrtv rebel loss
over two hundred. Including a Major and many
other offlcere and thirty prisoners.
uen. jonneon waa ebot in tbe month, but not
I be I wellth Geomla Roelment anlTered
Gen. MUrov'a force numbered seven hundred
and filtv men, from the Ninth anrl Thirtppoth
Indiana, Twenty-fifth and Tbirty-aecond Ohio,
auu oectmii Virginia.
, Johnson's force numbered over two tboua
The Ninth Indiana
fongbt bravely to the
After drlvinct the enemv into the barraoka
no iesa man nve timet, onr forces retired in
1 tie rebels Set fire to thalr mmn and ratrnat-
eu hi otaunton.
Gen. Milroy has driven tha last rebel
out of Western Virginia." . " , "
Fire at Charleston—Rumored Insurrection.
FoaraiM Monbor. Dao. 13. A talesrraoh dia
patch to tbe Norfolk Dav Book, from Charles
ton, South Carolina, etatet that a fire broke out
in that place on Wednesday night, which wat
supposed to be the work of an incendiary. At
tbe date of the laat dispatch, at five o'clock,
Thursday evenine-. the fire waa still burnins-
Tbe theatre on Broad street, the Institute and
other publio buildiurs, aire stated to have
been destroyed. Tbe fire ewept across Broad
Asaiatanoe waa eent from Angusta.
Tbe Grand Lodee of Free and Accented Ma
sona mot at Richmond on Monday, and elected
Lewie B. Williamt ot Orange. Virginia. Graud
iuaater lor me ensuing year.
Baltimore, Dec. 14. Outside reoorta eav
that a fire at Charleston, 6outh Carolina, in a
mill on Brjad atreet, dca'.royed tbe mill bouse
and the Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Norfolk raoera were received bv tbe Old
Point boat tbit morning.
There are flying rumors of a negro Insurrec
tion, but nothing definite la known.
FuiLADiLFHU, Dec. 14 A aoeclal despatch
from Baltimore to tbe Fbiladelnbia Icauirer.
attributes the fire at Charleston to a alave in
eurreotion, and eayt that one half of Charles
ton ia in mint.
Fire at Charleston—Rumored Insurrection. Colonel Brown's Official Report--
Rebels Preparing for an Advance.
New York. Deo. 14 The offlulal account of
Col. Brown of tbe fight at Fort Pickena, glvet
nouung additional, excepting tbe iaot that
he considers it useless for vessels to be armed
with other than rifled Runt and aoeakt in the
highest commendation of the performance of hla
ine limes dispatch ttatee that rebel de
tetters aay teveotj-flve thousand rebola were
preparing with four dayt rationt for an advanoe
on tnree aiaea Irom Uentreville. JDetaohmenta
aent toward Fairlax, diacovered no enemy.
The Escape of the Sumter.
Niw York, Deo. 14 The Bermuda Royal
uazette, ot ine Inst., naa tne following rela
tive to the escape of the Sumter:
On the mornlDtr of the 25th tha Irannnla aa
toniahed the St. Thomas folks by dropping into
tbe harbor and reporting that on a dark, and
aqually night tbe Samter had aliened tbroneh
the flngera of the Dacotah and Iroqouit, and gone
no one Knew wnere. 1 ne escape la varloualy
accounted for. According; to one account, a
French war tteamer came ont of St. Tbomat
during the night, and the Iroquit gave chase,
and when daylight came the latter diacovered
bit mistake; but meanwhile the Snmter had
atolen away, and neither the Dacotah or Iro
quola oonld give any account of her.
capt. ivoaae, who Came a Dataentrer from Ha
vanna la a tcbooner, arrived here thia morning,
msKea tne loiiowing atatement:
The schooner Break of Day, from New Or
leans, arrived at Havanna on the Stita of No
vember, with a cargo of turpentine and roain.
flying the Confederate flag; and when the tteam
er City of Baltimore naaaed. ahe dinned her an.
algn.three timet to toe Conlederate rag, and
blew her whittle. Having dona thia ahe passed
on, apparently tmpreaaed with tbe Idea that ahe
had done aometbing tall.
Sr. Loois, Deo. 14 Perjont airivlna here
from tne eeceaed outea are hereafter ordered
to report at the office of the Provost Marshal.
regttter tnelr namea and Bubajnbe to an oath of
allegiance. Thit it deaigned to relieve pertont
no oome nere in good laito.teekiujr protection
of . tbe Government, ' fttm tuapioiona which
naturally attach to all parties irjm the South,
ana i re vent tnetr arrest or molestation. -
. ,, I , II
" Lour6viLi.i. Dec, 14, Advlcet from Jackton
ville say that Lee, on arriving there, fonnd the
town deaerted. ' A aqnad visited several leel-
deneea, which they found all vacated, with evi
oencet Of a Baaty retreat. '
Three aecefsloniats reported wounded.' 1 '
' Col. Whltaker ordered the buildings from
whence the thole were fired to be burned, but
Lee, at thereqnett o! the Union men, whe (eared
retails ion on tbe withdrawal ot our troopt, got
the order revoked., , . ,
yAlBwoTot', Dee. t4.-.lf Is probable that
ocuaiur t oik, or inisaonri, will be expelled irom
the Senate, v The evldeneo of . hia complicity
with the rebela le reported to ba oonnlnnira. and
the Seriate is determined to purge itself ol all
United States Vessels Overhauled by
, Niw Yoa, Deo. 14. Captain Brlgge, of tlie
brig Jamea Park, report! ne wat overuauiea vj
tbe pirate eumter, wnion naa too nmniws
flag flylngi In lat. 6 north, Ion. 49, when be wnt
ordered to Leave to, ana an omcer came vu
board, aaylng tbe brig wat a prize to the Snm.
ter. At the same time the pirate ran up bit
rag, hauling down the American sag. i
The brig wat thoroughly overhauled, and ev
erything valuable robbed from her, and we only
belnsr allowed our clotnea. une nunarea ana
tlzty-five tovereigne were taken from Captain
ttrigrt, wbo, witn bit erew, waa put aooaru ino
pirate and tbe vesaei onrnt. ,
Tha Sumter tailed northward, not otlng
tteam, and reporting bertelf to variona foreign
veaaelt at a United States oraf t.
October 27th, the tcbooner D. Trowbridge
waa captured. ," ' . - - i
Bobton, Deo. 14 It It rumored that the first
Maaaaohoaetta Cavalry, which It to leave here
next week, are destined for Texaa.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 14.
COITON-Bxclted and deoldedly higher; aalea of WOO
bales at 35X30o for middling uplands.
ViUCBV Dllnatiy ravora too buyer, oniy a moderate
demand for export and homo oooaumption; aalea 73,800
bbls at t5 S5i 35 for rejeoied; $i 4WS SO for aup.
stats; $b 0A5 70 for extra state, 3 00i3 SO for auper-
one western; ovxssj co ror common to medium extra
western; $3 DO&S 90 for shipping brands extra round
hoop Ohio . and $ 0336 75 for trade brands do. Cana
dian flour la a trifle easier with only moderate bnalness
doiog; sales of SjO barrels at (5 45dVS SO for super
line; 5 65(97 SO for common to cboloe extra.
Rial F i o it- Quiet and steady with moderate aalea
att3 504 50.
uukn aiKAL in rair request; aalea Ku bbia at J '&
for New Barea, and (3 27)4 'or Brandy.
WHISKY In fair requeat with aalea of 1SS bbia, part
last evening at !W)421, the latter price from store.
Wan AT Market less buoyant, while holders general
ly ar not dlapoaed to acoapt lower prloea; aalea 17,600
bushels Ohtoaao spring at tl 88; 9S.OO0 bushels norih-
western elub at tl MAI au; 31,00u Mahals win tarred at
j&XJf unlet at kh&ioo. . -
BARLkX Finn) sales 8,000 bushels at 7174c for
CORN Market quiet and without decided change
aalea 41U00 buahela at G787 for prime woe tern mixed
OATB-Bteady at 4494SX for Jersey, Canadian, west
ern and state.
PORK Quiet ana prices somewhat unsettled! aalea of
600 bbia at I IS S5 13 78 for old and new mesa; 98 50
BRICf Rules quite firm with moderate demand; sales
of 100 bbia at (4(s4 SO for ooumry prime) t)5gtf SO for
enuntry mess; tU ootaMa for repacked mess; 13 75
13 alX for extra meet. Crime mesa beef firm.
BBaf HAM Fair demand; aalea of 100 bbia prima
western at $ IS.
BaOON Sides In, good demand; sales of 47S boxes at
7o for Cumberland out middles; 7io snort ribbed do.;
7o for long dear do.
CUr MBaIo Doll and lower; aalea at 34 for
shoulders, and 4)4ia6)i0 for hams.
LARD More active; salea 650 bbia cliltfiy for future
delivery at 89Kc .
butt KB bss aotlve and scarcely so firm, with aalea
at ll10o for Ohio and 1623 lor elate.
CH SBsR A shade eauer with small aalea at 5So.
BUOAR Little mora doing In raw but prlcoe without
material change l salea ot 698 hogsheads Cuba at 7)4
8o; S3 hogsheads fiemeran fio; 651 hogsheads Melado
on privste teims
muAfASHSs uuistwitn aalea or so boiabeada Barba-
does at 35 3B; 70 hogaheada Vorto Rico at 40 and bv
auotion to-day 120 hogaoeada at 34$374; 30 bbls Cuba
niuacavado at xoxo.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 14.
FliOTJR The demind at 4 for good auperBne, 14 10
for extra, and 14 SO, ia good, bat holders ask 10o. high-
r, the market closing dull.
w u hat The demand ror prims to choice Is good, at
8586e for red, and 90A9ic for while.
COttN There is a good demand for new at !Vo., in
bulk; a sale was made at 88c, which la below tho mar
RYH-Ie S cents higher, closing In fair demand and at
o.; a aaio from store at etc.
BARLBY Is in active demand, at 18t$50o.; a aala of
cbolee ran was ma it at 5Jo.
0ATa-Are in good request, at 90(330c., tha holding
price ia Oo., which buyera pay relucuntly.
BB ANf Are in Ugh; aupply, and the demand good at
s i utsi 'if wnicn ia anauvance.
COFFBIt Tho advance at New York of Kc. has a ten
dency to unsettle the market hers. Most of the holders
are aaking higher prices, but are unable to get It except
irom ice couutry iraae. -iqe wnoie range ia from iois
20c for Rio; prime can be bad at 19 Kc.
bUOAR There la no change In sugar; we quota it
v,tsx tor uuna; vxwivz. ior rorto juco, ana
100 lor N. 0.
M01.AaB U held at 43c with small Bales at 4So,
which ia the current urlce.
A sale of B.liUU pork barrels at f 1 90(91 25, and lard
tiercee ai si Mugn jo.
Hog Markets, Dec. 14
the receipts of hogs to-day were 7.300 heid. The de
mand waa aotlve and prices very firm at the outside
rates obtained yesterday, Tbe market closed firm and
In favor or aellera. Tbe range of onceaare aa 303 so.
A lot of 215 head, 200 pounds average, at $3 SO, but was
conaiuerea above tne maraet. The aalea were:
300 bead, averaging 925 lbs, at 3
ST. LOUIS, 12th.
lha hog market has brightened no. and Backers are
now working full hands, Tbe receipts are about equal
u tne capacity or the houses here, or the alanuhter
about ft.OuO bead daily. Une house bough; a. OUO head
Si 65, gross; 000 at S3 00 do; and 600 at $3 40. net
kllsaourl money. Prices ars graduated according
heavy and light weights. For lota averaging BOO pounds
or less, the prices range all the way from S3 to f 3 3D;'
neavier weignts at t- u to J tu, coin, or 93 W to (1 au,
Missouri paper, brorers from Illinois usually refuse
11 ssouri currency altogether, but those from thes State
receive It. Packers, however, are prepared to pay any
kU.d of money demandeJ, but it creates somooeoftfusion
in atepingup tne dlsunctiun in prices.
Hogs begin to oomt forward fretlv. B. at II . B. B. be
ing compelled to run extra trains to bring them forward
aa fast as they arrive at Ottumwa,. Our packers are
now in full blast, but at seems as though an undue pro
portion go aiong to Chicago. We can hardly see where
us prom ie to us orovea. i ne teceipia or nogs ny rati
roada for tha week paat, are about 1S.000. Bales have
been mads Ibla weak at the following flguree for areas
Over 800 lba and under S50 lbs
Over 850 lba ,
Hon have declined to S'JfflS 85. and dull, tho wlather
being against shipping and packing, and a large adranoa
in salt has had oome little effect, while cooperage la vary
high. Barrels are worth !! 59, and aearoo. Dacmport
The feeling In tha hog market was rather better yester
day, and there were light aalea at S3 30is)3 40 net,
latter rate contemplating urge lots or extra nogs, ine
number of hoga slaughtered yeetarday in thia oily was
5,800 and the number remaining In pena waa 3,780 ;
xoore were no aaiea or piovisions. -journal
hog market to-day waa mora active and advanced
so. tteceipu, 3,407. The favorable ohango In the weath
er, and the low prices offered in tbe morning, m ade sell
era anions to dispose of their stock, A f sw lota were
aold early In the day at 9 40 cwt, but as holders were
sot disposed lo sell at those ugures, buyera gars way.
I prices advanoed slowly to rough tbe day, closing
aa. Among tne aaiea were wo louowiug;
118 head, averaging 868 lba at
159 do SN do
141 do 2U1 do
338 do S78 do
SO do 2M do ,
43 do 083 do
88 dp S88 do
89 do W do
11.7 do m do
S54 --o 8M do
Mi do SH do .v-".
478 do 890 do
314 ao xqu ao
In tha cattle market, to-day, there waa a Utta mere
but pricea were not as good aa yesterday, owing,
perhapa to the inferior quality of the stock. We quota
salea as follows, which ware mostly taken for olty pack
ers: . ,
57 Beeves, averaging 1373 lbs, at,
. 9 40
teeavoeow 9 55
Sheriff ' Sale.
W. Richards, Gdn
Jaoob Flodt. -
BY VIRTUB OF AN 0BDB& OF BALI TIT
directed from tha Court of Common Plena of Frank
lin county, Ohio, a will offer for sale at the door of
Court Houe, in tha uity of uolumbus, on
Saturday, tbe 18th day of January, A. P. 1863,
between tha hours of 1! o'clock m. and S o'clock pr
UO louowiug uewiruna iw wte. w wit: o t
Lot No. three (3), in the town if Borne, Prairie town-
shlo. In ths county of Franklin, and State of
Alao, u acres, mors or less, wnicn aan 4BCOD
bought of Jobs W. Baker.
-Appraised a Lot Mo. 3, 92O0.0U
t . .". ." 40aorea,S1.00peraors.''r,r
N ft. W. HUf FMABT; pbarll
, rrlotsr'afeaa 3 73.
DOOK AND SOIl
' 1 PRTOTIN" ESTABLISHMENT )
' ' Baring Increased Ita already
- J A .
la fully ptepared to executs la tha
THE. LATEST ITYIEJ,
BILL HI ASS,
. P1MTHLET3, ,
UQAIi BLANKS, j
. DRAT RECEIPT!,!
LAB XLS, CARDS,
'And tmry dwcriptloa of
, LETTER PRESS PBINTING, J
Iiaal to any Kstablishment In' tbt State, 'and upon
terms which wIB compare favorably wtth the ! '
leading Batten Printing Houses.) .
very Facility to pvi Urn
IN TBI raODDOTION OF
We offer our services to all wbo may desire that olaaa
t of work.
We bars connected with our Establlabinast a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY.
From wbi ws produce tha
Ilueait OBlAiajyc Worb
AND TBE IfOaT
8 Ir BAH. ROAD BLANK BOO
Is to beadmttUd
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AMD TBS TOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In thia City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY C0MPAR1
WITH A ITT
Pi-Lptlng Hone In tbe West.
. ; , UNiyERSAL . ;
' COUGH REMEDY:
for all Throat and Lang Complaints, moludng, with
most perfect results, Waooiws) Cooos, Oautomo ass
Ooamoii OorsBS, BaoBCHiu. ass Tbsoat OoMnaiirn,
always fonrannera ot Consumption. Aa a Boots me
Svaov H has os sapor tor. Freed from all Opiate or
BUnaUo properties, anay ba sued by most delicate eoastl.
tntiona, and with psrfsot oonndsnoe, . . . , , . , -
HUNNEWELL'S ';. ' ' ;! 1
, CELEBRATED .
' TOLU ANODYNE.
Tax aaaaTan NiTuaAJ. Otiati ever offered to tha
world, oontalntng not a panic Is of Opium, nor any sub
stanoa bat Its etriotly vegetabls and saedloal properties.
A sure Bamadf for Naoaausu, Bhsomatum, Aoot,
Toots ass & Acss, Oax-abm, Ross oa Hat Fsvaa,
and all minor Nervous Complaints. . i. ,
Foa Loss o iuar, sad Ilesdscha In sit lis varletiea,
It has as equal, and to which moat aadoobtad testmooi
als an offered. ; -ji : '
Foa Dsuaiuw Tsbmssb It las moat perfoet remedy .
Foa Bowm. Ooanaum, after removing the pain it acts
as s physio, a aaost important contrast with lbs eosittpa-
toryeoecta oi uplum. , . ... i
To Fhyeictana, Formulas and Trial Botttss will be sent,
and to Dealer or Invalid a deeoriptive pampulet without
rreparaa asasr km apsasi swpametoa oi i
-, JVUR fc. HVIiNEWELL, I
;'"'"' cxxmisT axk rauauuctcriai,1
to 9 Coaunerelal Wharf, Boetoti, at aat
Zo wheat pttasa dirm all ooaaaasaleatleais. -. 1 1
Prices Largs Cough Bemedy, 60 cents per bottle j
- Small " . 5 " - i
4 lols Anodvnsi'' " 50 . " '
For sal by tba usual wholesala and retail dealers,
JOHN B. COOK,
a. DBNiaet boss,;
sgente ior votumnua, unio
Wm. I. JssBlsga tt
I vac., page JOS.
. a uommon ri
BV VIRTUB Or AN OBDEB OF aM.h
to ma directed from the Court of Common Pleas of
Franailn county, Onto, I will offer far sals st tha door ot
the (Jourt House, tn tht city of golumbua, Unlo, on
Saturday, the 11th day of Janary A. D 18b2,
st 1 o'clock p. SB., the following described real estate,
sttoats la the county of rrankiia.anaBtanor unio. to
. LotNs.Tes, tsPhelaa's Homt Fleaatnt Addition ts
lbs olty of Oolumbua," - - " ;i
Appralasd at B400 00. " ' - l
TT . nu iiB.n, rmmn , i
' Printer's 'feet $3 SO.'
iv ' J vat is, vepuv
A S.r.T AlBJg)ff.Ca KID OL,OTEHl N a
(Y. AH alaes and eoion Just ovnd at BAINS,
det.ll. Ms. 9Bstli High street
f-w-tjjK OHIO STATESMAN
J. L. GILL & GOrj'C
NORTH HIGH STREET
'r .' r '. ...:-.' a !
AND SEX XHK LAR0E8T 0IOOK,
TUB (1 BE ATEST VARIETY
THE MOST, BEADTIITJL FATTBBNS
Bver offered to the clllaens of Columbus,
COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD,
For either Wood or Coal.
Largs Families or Small Families, and varying in
" ' .'. -1 . -'. . 1 ... '
Three Dollars to One Hundred and
. : Twenty-Five." '.7 !
PARLOR STOVES,' !
Of every Price, Size and Variety, for Coat or Wood .
DINING-ROOM STOVES. i r ;
HALL BT0VE3,'" " v" i
t--' i Of many Patterns, i y '
, SITTING-ROOM 8T0VE8..
Both Cooking and Heating.
offered to the
Officers of our Great Army.:
Heating Dwellings. Churches, Store-rooms, or other
. large uuuaiogt.
' 1 ' For Family Has or Hotels. ! .
MOTT BOILERS, ; . ," ,.
" SUGAR EVAPORATORS, -SUGAR
HOLLOW WARE, -
And many other articles "or any other man."
1D CALL AND SEE. JJl : '
No. 92 North High Street,
J. L. Gill & Son.
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
jyjfK. F. SHATTLEU HAS OPENED A
BOARDING HOUSE .
AT NO. 50 HAST TOWN BTBIIT
Where he oan accommodate a number of Boarders by tha
day or week. .'
AV1NG JUST RETDBNED FROM
New York, I am now prepared tn offer to ths public
moat excellent assortment of GOODS FOB OENTB
WBAR, tuch u j
" CASSIMERES, "" "
VE STJG N 8, j
AndagensralasiorUnentof ' , .
ths richest and neatest styles In tha market; all of
which I am selling at the vuxtArsai l-yDBlBLJt
KAIB8 FOB CABU. , - : ,
TTT Special AttsBtlotk Paid t Mtll
tetry aaaiicers' sjiousinir. -
Having had long experience In tha Out and Hanufas-
tars or umoert' Clothing. 1 feel confidant I can give an
tirs satisfaction to all my patrons.
i . . . .. tr. saus i-;,
Cor. High and Town Streets,
aovl9-tf ' . Oolumbua, Oblo.-'
r . ' , - i .
Tba Host Artificial ' Help IS) tka
tlumstst Sigrlit ewsr laiTsaatasl. ,
- JOSEPH 8. PSSIST,
PRACTICAL ft 8CIEI,Tina' OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
ment of ths moat tnprortd kinds of Srwrtaoles.
All hla Glasses, whether for sear or far-sighted, are
groajtd In concave convex form with the greatest ears,
so as to suit the Byes of all caaea. curing Weakness
Dissineea or Intammatloa of the Byes, and imparting
Mrensth fr Ions reading or floe sewing;. -
Offioe, 13 Baat State atreet, at Beltser tt Webster's
Music store. -,-
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN c SOXfl
AfPEH the most Extetistre "Assert
seen t of -v
: ' t -
" Brown and Bleached Cotton Flannelst" "" t
i . m . , . .. tjaiHas: - ''!!
Barnsley OottM Sheetlnge; .n-e V j
esieot gtylee or oauee-aana ueisinet;:
Tickings, Shirtings, Ginghams t ;, j ; j ;
' And Cotton Battings. v. ri.,..v.,.r
" Also, Blankets, Flannels, Tf r J.? "vt
k -.-CaNlmana, Cloak Oloths, sto.st.' e'J
Much below regular prices.
BAIN k IOR.
octlO W loath High Street
X -fA - at-
e-iv JfTST'BPrPTVPn ev J
No. 30 NojAk High fltreet,
0b el the Largett aad Beit leleeted Aaeert
t . t il lr ;v
i .-.. '
Tl OFFIBBB IH THTJ 0ITT1
TBkil nxit AXD tJUALITT.
n'.''v.'i a v- ' 'j
PAIHT8J GBOfJNO TX OlL7 ' :
and pat spin half poaadeaae by faly saw, tat Dry
Bcuslies of every Variety & quality.
A Splendid Aetortment of.
AXES URINDSTONES, aV.
- T - .OljlW, PISTOLS, 8HOT. o
, "SHiyG TACKLI,'.
f -.1, 1 ROPE ft CORPAGK;
Leather and indu'rubSsV
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMP8,
; AGRICULTURAV IMPLRMF.NT8.
8CVTHE8, oVo., -
, , SCALES, BELLS, .CfiAlNS
Table and Pocket Catl'ory.
I ewpoelally Uitlts ths attsntloalr'all inUrA .
etookof Pocket and Table Cutlery, an 4 -
MILVEU PLATED fOUKB.'
TablOa Desert,, and ; Tea Spoont,
Butter Kriives, &c.
at aOGBKRb BBO'S. tUnufaoUrs. warrantsd to be
sxlrahaavy, Bleotro-Plated.on genuine Albatta.
uouniry Bsrohants, Mechanic, and others, are invited
ocall and sxamlns my Block, aa I am prepared to sell
hoIesaleandBetall. .1 .". . ffn. A. oil. I,
Oolumbua, Ohio, May 8, ldttO . . 4 t
G BEIT CURE
DR, LEL AND'S -
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB
Rheumatism, - Gout and Benralffia
AND A BURB CURB FOR "
AH ; Mercurial Diaeasea,
It la aOOnVSnlentlTarrannd nnl .
katod compound, to be worn around tho Waiat, without
S1. -V" "fLS"101? ?"" 00 habits
of living to required, and ft entirely remove, the dis
ZZJTS"" " "Jrlna
mL rZkuZ--" " powwiai internal medl
elnes, which weaken and destroy the eonatltution, and
five temporary relief only. By tkle treatm.nl, tbe med
icinal properties eon tained In the Band evme tn eontiioi
Af ih.7J , 7. a . ,M al" throngh the pores
of the skin, effecting In nxtry instance a perfeol cure,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a heslthy condition
.11 ?,tPMr'"' Aaxt-Msaouaiai. afent,
.-A.T,Ur3r H " are curVd In a f.-w
SiwI i V e?I1J,tant,, living testimonials of it.
efficacy in aggravated oaaea of long standini .
raica i,uu. to ba had of Druggists ueoerally,
b sent by mail or exp,,,, with full direction
ith full directions for u
direct from tha Principal
10 any part or the country
Ho. 408 BROADWAY, Kaw Ttrk.
O. SMITH CO., Sole Proprietors
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Sent Frea.
8. lllgh St., bet. Friend and Alound, Oolumliss, 0
iU-JMients wanted F.verrtvhcrs.
The Court of Common Pleas Frank-
; lin County, Ohio. . -
Joph Btory. ) Doc. 3, page 211, ifo. 31tt
Samuel C. Story et si.) Bale ln Partition. v
P!,.PILB,8lJANCE F AN ORDER Or
ths said Court to me dlrent4 I -m fr.. ... .... -.
&Q$t?" '!" 0onrt n(,0M-,n
Saturday, the Slat day of December. 18C1.
between the boors of 18 o'clock M. and 8o'clock P. M.,
the following described real estate, situate in thecoun
ty of Franklin si.d State of Ohio: . .
The ondlTldcd two-ninths (v) of s certain tractor
rtJ4. ut1 ths county: of Franklin and
fttSl 1iU rtT B't Ban, a branch of
"Z.01! ,U f the original eurveyNo. 3 811,
and bounded aod described as follows:
jjeginniLg .t s large ttons In lb. Bun. lower corner
to Josiah Sirens' lot In ih anath .r
n??' 811j the0 wlln ' aottth euhiy
nine i (89) degrees seat one hundred and forty (140) poles
at the southeaat corner, corner ties down; thence with
" ' degree east etxty-three and
ess-half (3H poles to a bur oak end three red time,
S; "J,.!:, '.nln aegretewtat one hundred aod
fifty (1501 polea to a point m ths oentrs of the run, with
(fin?"" to ptac cf bl,,nl0S' conulnlng sixty
Appnusad at t If 00 per sore.
0. W. HtJFFMAN, SharUT,
Printer's has IB 00.
novlt-td. ., .
Superior Court of Franklin k3Cdinn-
Josenh Prl... inff mifm.
vr. I 3 PK 119.
John Cramer at al. ) parlttion. "
IN PPRSCAIfCE OF ANOHtlEiror
ths said Oonrt to ma dirarirf. V win iil.
at the door of tbe Court House in the olty or Colum
Saturday, tbe 28th day of December, 1861.
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. at., tad 4 t'dlock u .
m., the following deecrloed real estate, situate In the
oonnty of Franklin, and State ot Ohio, to wit:
xoe reaaetaoer or a tract of land ectlmatcd to contain
one hundred and Ave acres, known as tbe old Poor
Honeo Farm, being ths Sams land conveyed by Jo am An
deraon to hla sons BoberL Joshua, Reading and John
Andersen, by seel dated July I3tff. 1880. after catting
off nlty aoree from the mat side oCaald tract, wtloh was
aet off to Beberl Blag and wife, K sjsaaisafale saetition ,
Appraised ot 85 00 parsers, i "mI
' 00. W, lTOFFSfi'Bherlff.
Prlnrertfeaa, t8 00.. r ... , c
Nov 17, U61-wut - --i-U -ft .W
Sherifi'a Sale. lX-'.s.
JsremUhlf. Weiai, ex'rl ' ' " ''J 4j "
ot Oeorgd Weiss, deo'd 1 Fair Held
Catharine Weiss at al. J ..
BV VIHTI1B Or AM OKDEH OFS4LI:
to mS directed fiom tha Court at Dmnn. hi...
said touuty, Ohio, In the atove ease, I will offer and sx -pass
Is sale by publio vendee eas-oatcry, st 4ue door of
the Ooart Benscta thertty el d.aacaatev is s.M-county,
0B.. I v 'vrT . v
Monday, tbe I3tb day of January next,
between The hoars of 10 oVInck k1. at. and 4 oIock p.
st. ot aaid tar, the tollMrisf dseeribsd-lssda Sad tene
moot., situate ia tbe oit of Oaluabssata Jl tank i in
county. Ohio, to wit: , .
Let No. e In Chapman's addition to' aaid ff'lyl Ap.
praited at S50. .- m.:..
Ttrsaa oi sale: Ooe-thlrd rash h hand, oss-aatrd In
isar, and tbe remaining sne third ia two years.
with interest on deferred payme: ta from the day of sale
- - - -' 4AHUS aiibLBtt,
;. . .. . .. e, K BhrritTel tairftsU ceunty
Punter A Dangherty, Attorosys. .
Printer's fees 3 7S. ' "
-eere-wim f -'-rs"t.T. .t-v
JL, ID. Xoeatoet exteoalrestook la tbeolty , j .
army wooies Booas,v ,-e iiev. i.-it
Shaker Ribbed Socka.
... ; i .1
Under Shir's and Drawers.
vouos an. sienne soon, ,;jt
,,-uoinen tun ooirts. k ; m .
' Gent's B.ld Cloves, n '
' (real's Linen Collars, Back Ilea.
V. : V
No. 19 loath High Street.