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FRfpATf MORNING; DEaiaO, 1861
Local Matters.
IUri'olIott,Foatr4Co'.rklNo. "SO East
Town street, with Bfiue''."Bsiortmiit of Books,
which' they ire selling kt tbout Half price.
Liooc in more! jo lovers oi. uiemrarw. ,
Tm oU)iim' CoNottT. A oard, aanouno-
log th qonderi of ;itiV6fljl''JAW Soolety at
Armwy-HalJ, bu Monday evenlog next, 111 be
fonnd In toolbar column; '.Wow K It told that
this entertainment U to bo given for. the sola
parOf'off'affjidinit jfotief, toon'f,. lick, and
wonnded eoldiers, no more need be said. - The
hearts' that 'are proud 'p? pur native land and
lore tti free Institutions, will noi be alow to
respond to. flails (or sympathy and aid for our
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crave ana aunenog voiuotaers.
Fiua AiaiVALi' or PationiM yf Wab.
X esterday morning an addition of lorty-two
wat made to the secession ptlionrs' already at
Camp phase? 'f ' s
Capt. Myers, ol flle Thirteenth Indiana' Reg
lment, brought, In thirty two from Camp , Alia
gheny. " Ha waa in command oi the squad that
surrounded and, tookMbe thirty -two seosalonlsts
after dssperal ettuggle,', Among, tnem are
Iwo Orderly Bereeants, one of whom Is a Penri-
eylvanlau fa- 4uW, iiu?:r.x;H n
Betide'; these 'fan1" more 'secession', prisoners
were brought In from Romney. '- iwgi
MovuisfiTS b. Toors'.-bTba following Ohio
troops arrived at, and departed from Cincinnati
on Wednesday corning: -;.,.'-The
Blxty.fourlu Ohio)' Colonel" Jorsytu, ar
rived at an early hour from Mansfield, and soon
after embarked on the Jacob Btrader for Louis
villa. The regiment numbers nine hundred and
sixty eight' men well armed and equipped. " ;
A squadron of cavalry numbering two hun
dred mD,i from rfier man's ' brigacie'airived
with the-Sixty-fourths ;They formerly consti
tuted a portion of this regiment, but 'are' now
detadhed and under a separata command. They
lert for Catlettebnrg on the steamer Great West
ern.' The tqaadron is officered if follows; Ma
jor, MoLiughlln; Captain, Comjian A; QsW.
McFall; Plrat'tCeti(enanr; Company A, E.
Sm)ith; Captain; Company B, 8.R; Barkmaster;
First Lieutenant, Company B, B. B. Lake, u .
The; Ftjietb, Regiment ,of Ohio volunteeri,
. under (be oommand of Colonel Crainer, arrived
from Camp Chase by the Little Miami Railroad,
and oroseed the river without delay at the Cov
ington ferry. ) They took passage on - the rail
road for Lexington, which plaoe they reached
In the afternoon, and thef 6 await further orders.
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Tut HouATi,r-Tba annual return of the
Christmas and New Year Holidays is olose up
on us; preceded by as delightful, weather as
heart cOuld wleh. ' Since we have, In the midst
- of unnumbered , material . blessings, national
strife and contention, wa should be all the more
careful to cultivate the social affections and
cement anew iha ties of relationship, love and
friendship., Nothing' contributes' so much to
thla-aa kind remembrances, gives and Inter
changed during the .holidays. Especially, by
these means, should the social 'feelings and af
fections of children end youth be oberished
and strengthened."."-' " ' ' ' ;;;
. Thar wiil, ef eaarse, from this time till the
new year Is fairly under weigh on Its voyage of
three hundred and sixty-five daye and some odd
hours, be a great and continued .demand ln Co-i
Iambus for gifts and presents of every name,
quality and description.' .' How this' demand can
bo readily and cheaply supplied, see the adver
tisement of Messrs. Randall & Aston In this
paper, and call,, at their Bookstore, 109 South
Htgbatriset..'.. ,W X " - A v.'j.j ',',!."'
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"IflraTai." The London (Madison pounty
Dmocnt, of last week, has the following: "U
Is reUably stated that of .the fifteen babies born
In this town and vloinlty during the past three
months, but one only is of the feminine gender.
It would seem that, during war timesnature,
like a provident manager, endeavors to keep np
the equilibrium of the sexes-'
IT Two white boja Myron Gooltbury and
Gaston Sands, and two colored boys Edward
Williams and David 'GinrtpieV were brought
before the Mayor on Wednoeday for breaking
into Butcher's fruit cellar on Tuesday night,
and were sent to jail iu default of ball for. their
appearance at the next criminal term o the
Probate Court- j . ; -
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MiLiTABT Consolidation, and TaANerias.
The following fragments of Regiments have
been consolidated, and' the following transfers
and appointments made: t , '. .i
The Forty fifth aud Sixty-esventb, forming the
fllxtv seventh Reel m en t Colonel Bustenbln
der Lieutenant' Colonel, VoorEces and Major
Bond-"Lieutenant-Colonel Hathaway was trans
ferreofto theTifty seventl. The Sixty-seventh
rendetvousa'tCmn'Cbas. i"4 tJ iiJ A
The Twenty-second and Sixty-first, forming
the Sixty-first Colonel Schleicb , Lieutenant
Colonel Gilmora,"And Major Hunter,'.: Rendei
won at Catq Pennlaoai .t u--. u io-;
The fieventy-fifUi amK Seventy ninthform
ing the' Seventy-fifth Colonel' MoLeao, Lieu
tenant Colonel . Constables and. Major ' Rsilly.
Rsndervons at Camp. McLean, near Cincinnati.
Lleutemnt-Colooei Eokley; of the Twenty-
sixth Regthisnt, has been'1 appointed Colonel af:
the Eighth Regiment! '.-
. The Lieutenant Colonel of the Seventy-ninth
has been trtnaferred to the saihe pbaltiori In the
Twenfvaata ttegiment.'Jt -1 unam -j
Mlor Baiterson, of th Eightieth baa been
promote toftheLreutenant-CpIonelcyof the
same KeEimens. uk: u m.'i to.'-f mw
' Majot-'Aadlcft ,01?,'. Sixtyifirsty.'has'.Tjeen
transferred to the Hat position iri the Eightieth
BegUnSU. m. fit .w-rVs. j fl w '
m' two niiini n in ) i ii. i i'".ar vt'..',' i
AAJ, Of1' CONTHACTS F0 PSWTINO ' THI
Laws. On Wednesday last, the bids 'for print
ing is. an.Ejigllsb andalso in a German news
paper the laws that may be pafeed by the next
Legislature, were opened bj thej fiecretaryof
For printing In an EcgHeh newspaper C. M.
Phalp, Mt.4Vernoni B4 cents' Tperl ,000 ems;
Richard Nevlns, Columbus, UCo.t John deary
Bon,;?o' JW'tfi E.'' ' E. Wilson," do.; 30o.
Manypennyi. Miller, do, 24s.; Glenn i
Thrall, do., ISc.j' A. L. Harris, Coshootoo, 15o.
Mil T.'Sbyrook, Zwetville, SOo. For printing
la a German 'newspaper Reinbard 'fc Fieter,
Columbus, fior-. . '-' '
The printing of the laws in n English news
paper was a warded tq A ,.L. Harris, of Coshoo-
tos. be being ihe lowest bidder, and the print
log of them tu 4 German newspaper, there being-
ho'eompetltionV was"" aWardel'lo Rolnhard
It Fieser, of this city. - f "
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at two O'olock, t, H the followtsf SMr1b4 ohatUl
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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.
Rebel Fortifications at Centerville.
THE ENGLISH QUESTION IN THE
CABINET.
Important from Missouri.
Important from Missouri. Gen. Pope Surprises a Large Body
of Rebels.
THE SCATTER IN ALL DIRECTIONS.
Pope Pursues and Captures Three
Hundred of Them.
AFFAIRS IN KENTUCKY.
GEN. SCHŒPF MARCHING TO
ATTACK ZOLLICOFFER.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
WismNaTON, Deo. 18. RIohmond and Nor.
folk papers of yesterday have been received.
I The Ceotreville, Fairfax county, correspond
ent of the Rlohmood Dispatch writes, Deo. lStb,
that the fortifications around Ceatrevllle are
now completed and present quite a formidable
appearance for field fortifloatlons. They are
built very strong, some of the works being bas
tioned forts, constructed In a manner that ahowa
sklllfal engineering on the part of somebody,
Geo. Beauregard, I presume. Some ears seems
to have been taken with the embrasures, which
are built te combine convenience for handling
the guns with the best method for protecting
the men; they are verv stronsrlv built with
hurdles and sand-bags, and will aland a heavy
cannonading before giving way.
l ine armament oi tne Doats having arrived
from a place where they make most excellent
guns, they have been pnt in position, and all
that is now asked Is lor Gen. McClellan to brlnr
on his Yankees. .
I Different artilery cores are drllline in these
batteries nearly every day, and some have be
come proficient marksmen; all have attained
perteotly tne range ot any ooint whera a hostile
battery oould be planted.
A series of resolutions bave been adopted by
the Legislature of Tennessee relative to the
opening of the Southern porta, and recommend
ing that no crop of cotton be seeded the enaaiog
year. - - .. ..
it. M. Hunter la censured by the correspon
dent of the Examiner for wishing to resign his
plaos in the Cabinet to avoid the trials wbiob
possibly await the Administration. -
I ne fciaminer save intelligence SDimrentlv
better founded than that which generally finds
its wav from Washington, has baan mulial
of an Intention on the part of the military au
thorities of the United States to make an ad
vance on the lines ot the Potomac and risk an.
other general engagement within tho next ten
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Capt. Seymour and Mr. Adam's messenger
arrived about midnight.
The President will send a' message to' the
Senate on the subjeot of our relation with Great
Brliian. which will ba conaldnrnt la exeoutive
session to-saorrow.
I A rumor is afloat that Government haa de
rided to return Mason and Slldell, but we are
satisfied this ia untrue. '
The Africa will carry to Encland a disoatch
rrombora i,yoos containing little more, than
the intelligence that be haa received and deliv
ered to tne American Government bis instruc
tions from the foreign office.
! Tne senate oommlttee on foreign Affairs
haa the Question of establishing diplomatic re
lations with Liberia and Hayti under advise
ment, and will report at an early day.
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[Herald's Dispatch.]
From the numerous dispatches that have been
received here to-day there la a fear expressed
among people In different parts of the country
that Government may be induced' by some di
plomacies to give the traitors op. I bave the
highest authority for saying that the possibility
their surrender nnder any necessity, does
not now exist Tho President ia firm and im
movable on tbla point. ' ' - -.'
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[Times Dispatch.]
A Cabinet meeting was held to-day. at which
the English question was disou&scd, of course
Informally., There was but one sentiment
that no quarrel with England must be permitted
Interfere a moment to stay the reduction of
tnereDeis. . ,.... - v .? -
I bare the best authority for savins the de
mands of England will ba mot .la a spirit of
conciliation, which will refute the report that
Mr. Seward, or any other member of the Cabi
net has been eager to provoke a foreign
war., i . - , - . . . ,.,., i, . ...
A resolution offered in the Washington Citr
Counoil, favoring the abolition of slavery in the
District of Columbia, was laid on the table bv
vote of nine to four. . .
Wa8hinoton, Deo. 19 Captain George R.
Cook has arrived here from Boston with dis
patches from the American Minister at London
to secretary Seward.
The contents of the dispatches brought hith
er by the Qaeen'a messenger to Lord Lyons,
bad not been communicated to our Government
up to one o'clock this afternoon.
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i There is a report here this morning, which Is
?;entrally credited, that one Lieutenant and
bur privates of the national troops on picket
duty last Blent at Mount Vernon, were shot our
log the night. '. regiment has been sent there
tills morning. o,:
I A Cabinet meeting waa ealled for to-day, the
subject of consultation doubtless being the de
mands oi tne Brltian government in the Slldell
and Mason affair. . w?
; The President bos recognized Carl Frederick
Adaoee, of Cincinnati, as consul for the Grand
Duchy of Mecklenburg Strellts for the West
ern btates or America. ; ' r.H'n
Geo,' S. Fisher, of San Franotsoo, has been
appointed consul of the United States at Kana-
gawa, japan, in tne place oi u. M. JJorr; sala
ry $3000 per annum. "" . -, .
i Cant. Robert Haley, of San Francisco, Is ap
pointed United States oonsul at Manseniilo,
Mexico, vice A. Morrill.
i It is believed : Lord Lyons has not yet made
any official communication to the Secretary of
State.
A number of private letters received here
from England represent the feeling aa intense,
and the tone the same as prsvlous letters. It
Is believed here that affairs may be honorably
ndiiiatwt. M .--
tGen. ButUr haa arrived here. " ' '
i Capt. Wilkes visited Congress to day, and
waa cordially received., , , . . , ., t
Statement by a union Refugee.
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city baa a Statement given by a Union refugee
from RIohmond, who enoaped : oa - the olaim of
being a British subject. There was consider
able Union feeling Drevalent there. The fuel'
tive belonged to a Union olub. bnl their rendec-
vdua being discovered, the members were foroed
to-scatter. "Twenty-two hundred rebel soldiers
( Thai rebels Aave sunk., hulks near Norfolk,
renaeriDg ids approaon py water ta n impose!
lAl'ittalJpro'W.'W' Monday last "to
launch the Merrlmec, but aha stuck on the
ways una conia no( bf mortl np or down.
Meeting of the Associated Banks.
Nsw Toak; Dee. 19. The' Times sayi the
oscretary or tne Treasury is w sown, ana an
other general meeting of oar usoolatad banks
wssbald tula-afternoon, lae immediate oo
ject is given out to have been not to confer upon
tne acknowledged nnanoiat wants or tne uov
ernment for the next six months, frankly stated
by Mr. Chasa to ba 1375,000, but to arrange
matter of aooouut Involving the ten or twelve
millions nnder the negotiation of tha 18th of
August. .j ..
After this affair waa adiasted tha meeting el
iourned to convene acaln to-morrow In consult
ation with the Secretary on more important
matters. It Is possible the real question likely
to be presented, to wit., the supply of $275,000,
000 to the Treasury between tha 1st of January
and the 80th of June, on the speole basis, which
the proceedings of last nlgbt Mve declared to
bathe policy of the banks, will bo profoundly
appreciated by a general, generous ana enlight
ened conoert with the Government.' II is more
than Dossible that the operations of the Trees
nrv and tha movements of tha aaaooiated banks
of the Atlantic cities may go forward for soma
time to come, it not indefinitely, on. tne qesirea
basis. ' , , '. , , "' Vi V 'l 1 ... .,
5 P. M. At tho bank meeting to-day all
peodlog questions of accounts witn tne i reasn-
ry department were unanimously adopt eo. 1 "
Secretary Chase stated that the present bal
ance with the associated banks will be sufficient
for the wants'of the Government nntll the mid
dle of July, before which time ba bad oonfidsnt
expectations our military and naval operations
will give brilliant and deoislve results; and
he did not doubt that the 'question with (Great
Brltisn would have a paoiflo solution. Ha
made no proposition for further financial ar
rangements at wis time. -
fcxohange on London from I10KI11.
The Post aaya about i300i)00 t sroee-for
ward in the Airioa. n
From Fortress Monroe.
Fostriss Momroi. Deo. 18. via Baltimore,
Deo. 19. Tbesteamthlp 8.R.8oauldins. which
left Port Royal last Sunday, arrived at an early
hour this morning. . She stopped at liatteras,
leaving that plaoe yesterday and - brings the
man ana passengers. ' -' " - -
Everything Is quiet at ' Hatteraa. ' Noihlog
nai nappenea to aisiuro tne usual monotony
(here, except tho usual storm.
Tne schooner Charltv. said to ba ownad bv
Senator Simmons of Rhode Island, arrived at
Hatteraa on the 15th Inst., with an assorted
cargo, including a largo proportion of whlakv
8be also took a oolleotor to Hatteraa, and on
arriving be procured a building from the Com
misery, which ho proposed using aa a custom
nouse- loe unarity'e papers, nowever, were
very irregular, ana on tne Kin inst., Captain
rvaroen, oi tne steamer otars ana o tripes, took:
the Charity as a prise to New York. . -.
'I here is little news of Interest from Fort
Royal. ,Tbe Federal troops have fully occupied
the town of Beaufort. Large Quantities of cot
ton continue to be gathered and brought to the
By a flag of trace to-day we have a Rich
mond naoer of this mornios. - Wa extract from
the following news: ,. ,
Nashvilli, Deo. 16, vis New Oslians, Deo.
17. The Bowling Green correspondent ot the
Union and American says tha Yankee advance
force of from five thousand to six thousand are
Gfeen River, with some artillery, but have
disposition to cross the river1. They are re
pairing the bridge. . .r ; . : In . ,
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From Kentucky and the South.
Paddoah, Kr Deo. 19. Aivioes represent
Humphrey Marshall is still steadily advancing
toward Lexington, and meetlngjrlth little or no
opposition. -, ' .
Gentlemen who left Paduoah on the 18th
lest, state that the Federals had only alx thous
and men there, tan thousand at Cairo and Bird's
Point, and seven hundred at Southland, Ky.
A dispatch from Frankfort, dated the 9th
Inst , says that Gen. Crittenden was at Cumber
land Gap on Saturday with a large force, and
that five thousand men at Morristown would
join btm. It Is feared Gen. Crittenden will In
vade Kentucky Jrom. that point.
The Brownsville, Texas, Flag, of tha Slat
lost gives an account of an attack on theelty
Matamoras by Ged. Caravsjal. He com
menced the attack on tha auth. ,. Ureat carnage
place, and at the hour that tha Flag went
press both parties olalmed sucoers.
Gen Floyd's army has been ordered to Bow
ling Green, Ky. The removal of tbla auny to
the far west, aaya tha Richmond Dispatch,
leaVea a verv large portion of Virginia exposed
b ww. - The ffnt noon tha temoer of
the people In tha exposed oountles will be ex-
Baltihoii. Doo. 19. Tha Richmond Exam
lner, of the I5tn lost., says we are aasnred that
resolutions bave been Introduced into fvongress
offering sympathy to tha people pf Maryland,
and urging suon a policy in tne conduct or tne
war as to open the way for ber admission Into
the Southern Confederacy.
On Saturday last the Hastings court entered
order direotlng that all free negroes be sold
who do not pay their taxes by the January term
the court, ' ot. -i--
Confederate State bonds, of the 115.000,000
Irene, are quoted at 9898)o. . . ..i.'.i.i-i
LizmoTON, Deo. 19. The amphitheatre at
the fair grounds, where a regiment of soldiers
are encamped, waa completely destroyed by
fire last night. Loss $19,000 or $19,000.
faring toe excitement a sentinel snot Joei
Hickman, First Lieutenant in Colonel Wotley's
Cavalry, killing bim immediately., .., f.' 1 1
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A British Ship Captured.
New York, Deo. 19 The British ship Che
shire from Liverpool, In attempting to run the
blockade at savacnan, was captured by the gun
boat Augusta, and has been sent btre In charge
a pr.ze orew. Her cargo consisted cbeny
coffee, salt and army blankets. ....i .
St. Johns. N.F.. Deo. 19. The steamer After-
ioa. wbloh left Liverpool and QueenBtown Sun,
day theStb, passed Cape Raoe at eleven o'olock
Wednesday nlgbt, three ana a hair miles dis
tant. The news boat reaohed. within one-half
mile of the vessel, but evidently waa not seen,
the steamer left without being boarded.
The America took the plaoe Of the Persia,
and will be at new York on Sunday.,
Latest from Kentucky.
Cincinnati.
Frankfort Jlspatoh says advioes from Somerset
state that yesterday morning at aaviignt uen.
Sohoepf, with all his force, marohed out to at
tack the rebels. ...-
Zolllooffer is in position on rishing Creek,
with six thousand men and soma artillery. '
Sohoepf's force ooDsIits of two Tennessee
regiments, Haekln'a Kentucky regiment, and
the Seventeenth, Thirty-first, Thirty-fifth and
Thirty-eighth Ohio regiments, Standart's Ohio,
and Hewat'a Kentucky batteries of ten guns,
fonr of whloh are rifled, four smooth-bores and
two Parrot t guns.
Zolllooffer baa no wagons on this side of the
river, and but indifferent means of crossing.
Gen. Sohoenf was confident ot w nipping
him, with some hope of capturing most of bis
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i TnnAaelans led the column.. .
' It is probable the battle took place yesterday
or to-aay. .iiv i
Attack on Col. Geary's Camp—Rebels
Repulsed.
Point n ROOKS. Mo.. DeO.' 19. This BOrn-
ing a rebel battery of three guns and two bund
red infantrv. commenced shelling Col. Geary's
encampment, ; About twenty aneus leu in tna
oamp.- Toe Twenty-eigntn regiment s oattery
of two guns returned the fire, and In a short
time sileooea tnem, arivicg oae anotner gun
cpmlng to reinforce them... I ( H ;
The rebels were driven from their 'position,
with fourteen killed and -many wounded. We
itlrin't loaa a man. -
! Our gnns were then turned bo a house on the
shore, where one hundred and fifty rebela were
accreted, driving tnem out, killing ana wanna-
Ingmany.
Halifax. Deo. 19.-Tbe warlike feeling is
running very high hero and throughout the
Province. . ,
The Trent Affair—Confessions of
Murderer.
1 !New Yobe, Deo. 11 A ramor prevails that
Secretary Qbaee received a; dienatoh ' front
Washington that jastifiea the belief that tba
Trent affair will be assioably arranged. y I
Evldenoe was given to-day that Charles Jef
ferd oonftased to a brother of tbe murdered
nan his guilt In tha death of John Walton, his
ttep-fathtr, In Janet 1880.
Murderer. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, December 19.
a
ofclzsns of Ohio-, asking that John, C'remont
om appoiuiou a adMuaaaos wenaraur Am
The resolution of the House to adiourn ti
the6chafJsusfv wis taktaon. i.f S
! Without oomlng to an v conclusiob.'the Senate
aojouinea. rr,. TT,X
Hobsi. Th bill to amend the act - Of July
last, wnicn grants one nunarea dollars oonnty
to the Soldiers at the expiration1 of two years,
and W those sooner '.bonorablf discharged by
reason or wonnas ana aisaoiuties, so as to ex
tend its provisions to those who entered the ssr
vice under the first proclamation of the Pre si
dent, and were similarly dlquallfled, was , alter
debate, laid ot tha table. -a.
i I he House resumed tbe consideration
tha . bill providing ,t'ot tbe construction of
twenty tron-o'ad steam gunboats, to be built by
contract or otherwise, as the Secretary of the
navy wouiB deem best for tbe onbiio interest,
I air, vauandichao offered, sad 1 advocated an
amendment that the new gunboats shall be con
struoted at tbe naw vards as far as practicable,
or by, private contract, after gMng ten days no
tlce. ' '.
Mr. Vallandigbam Incidentally stld.ln course
ot nis remsrks, tnat rather tnau yield tbe prin
dplei which we have held for years, be was
prepared to meet tbe oomblned hostility of tbs
Whole world, and this he believed to be tbe
sentiment of tbe entire American people.
' Mr. Vallandlgham's amendment was diss
greed to, and tbe bill passed.
Air. Lollai. from tbe committee on rostof-
floes, reported a bill to promote the efllcienov
Si tne uead i.etter ouioe, based on recommen
atlon.of the Poatmaeter-Gsneral In bis rS-
'lie bin was oasied. : ; J i
Oa motion of Mr. Waahburae, (he committee
on Elections ware Instructed to Inquire and re
port whether any peison holding ofilce under
the United States, and receiving compensation
therefor, 'Is, at the .came time holding a seat
a a . w
nere and receiving csmpensatioo as a member
of the House. ' ' ,- -
A resolution was passed directing an inuuirv
into tne ouuoingor tbe capital ana treasury ex
tenslom whether the contract is being faithful
ly performed, and whether tbe work cannot be
done at less expense to tbe Uorernment.
Mr. Colfax reported a bill abolishing the
iranaiog privilege, tne consideration of wbioh
Was postponed nntll tbe second Tuesday in Jan-
nary. ' -. .1 .;. -
The consular and diplomatic bill was con
sidered and patsed, , , , .,
Ud motion of Mr. HOlman a resolution was
adopted instructing tbe aelect oommlttee on
contraote to inquire whether tbe transportation
of troops by railroad was by special contract cr
otherwise, and calling on the Secretary of War
to furnish all orders relative to transportation of
troops aid munitions of war.
Adjourned.' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 '
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St. Louis. Deo. 19 Dispatches received at
headquarters from Gsn. Pope state that after a
forced march yesterday be got between the ene
my, encamped six miles front Cbilhowee, John
son county, two thousand .two hundred strong,
at Clinton, Henry county; but aa soon aa they
beard or bis appro on tney neat a rapid retreat
toward Ross Hill, JobnsOn 'oonnty, leaving all
their bsggsge, arms, munitions, papers, etc, in
onr possession.
uen; rope tnen tnrew lorwara ten companies
of oavalry and a section of artillery In pursuit,
following with the main body of the army. At
Johnson, Bates -county f the rebels, being so
olosely pursued, scattered in all directions, but
mostly toward tbe South.
uen. rope tben torced a strong eavalrv rs-
eonnolssanoa through to within fifteen miles of
Osoeols, and intercepted and captured one hund
red and fifty of the fleeing rebels, all their bag
gage, homes, etc j other squads of from , ten to
f teen were taken, making the aggregate num
ber of prisoners three hundred.
No fighting la reported to bave occurred. '
Gen. rope says the whole of the country be
tween Roes Hill in the East and Grand River
the South la clear of rebels. -''..
Prios has only eight thousand men at Osce
ola.;,, i- f - - rv- . i j .,,!
The names of about three hundred secession
ists have been enrolled at tha Provost Marshal
General'a office, upon whom contributions will
ba levied under General 1 Hallock 'a general or
der No. 24, for the bentDt of tbe southwest ref-
uaoea. About sixty or too moat prominent or
these will be oalled oa to-morrow tor sums set
opposite tbelr names, varying from one to four
hundred dollars; and the balance will, notified
as the exigencies require.
1 It is understood that-Goo. Pope will ' send a
strong foroa of oavalry to Lexington. '
Tbe mam part oi bis army is now en route
for Sedalia. . . . 1 i . m,i. -i-
A train of seventy wsgons, laden with cloth
ing and supplies for Price, was captured. In ad
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OooritoM. ParsoBJ, Ixaentor) . . ,,M t . -i
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BT VIRTUE OF AH ORDER Ot HLt
to mo dlrsotad, from- the Superior Oonrt of frank
lin County. Ohio, I will offer lor sale, t tho door of
tho Uourt-uotuo, in uw oily ot Uolumbui, on
Monday, the 20th' day of January,' A. D. 1863,
between tho hours of 10 o'olock, A.M., and 4 o'olock.
U. tho following deiorlbed real estate, situate tn ihe
county of franklin and State ot Ohio, to wit; Parts ol lots
Hot. 8 and 9 of tho lUbdtvUlen of survey 1388, being the
share of said William I Brack In aald lota Noa. 8 and 8. aa
aatia-ntd and sot ofl,to bla by the Superior Court ot frank
lin county, unto, at Its Stay term, IBM, in a partition
made of said lota between him and bis wife Bllzaoeth 0.
Brock, to wit: Lot No, two (2) of said partition, com
mencinr at the N. W. earner of lot No. 1 of said parti
tion; thence B. 67 dee;, 30 mln. 1. 109 88-100 poles to
tho centre of the Columbue and Harrlsburg Turnpike
Boad, thence alone tha centra of said road N. 3 dec. 30
mln. I. Si poles to the 8. B. enrnorof lot No. B of said
partition; Ihone M. 47 def . 30 Bin. W. 190 poles to
tho 8. W. earner of aald lot No S thence S. 1 dee; 30
rain. W. tl poles to tho beginning-, oontalnlng 39 acres
lrood.
Also, lot No throe (8) of said partition, commencing at
the N. W oornor of lot No. 8j thenoa 8. 57 dg. 30
mln S. 190 poles tothoeentre ot the, Oolumbna and
llarrlaburg Turnpike Road; thenoa along the centre of
said road H. 33 dog. 30 mln. K. M poles to the 8. I.
corner of lot No. i of said partition.) thence N. 57 dog.
mln. W. K8 68-100 polos; tbonoa B. 1 dog. 30 mln.
west 63 90-100 poles to tho plaoe af beginning, oontaio
lug 69 acres, 9 roods, 90 poles.
Appraised as follows:- - - ' ' H. .',
Lot No. 9. oontalnlng 39 aores, together with tbs lieam
sawmill, t4,000.
Lot Mo. 3, oontalnlng 69 acres, at B per acre.
' . - - e. w.Hcrrid an, Sheriff, -:
' Printer's fees, ti 73,. .- - and Muter Commissioner,
i deol7-wtd 1 i u...-.--w -n
Master Commissioner's Sale, '
Oeorga 0. Otborn
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Samuel L. Lingo.,
BT VIRTCK OF AN ORDER Or BALE
to an directed, from the Superior Court of frank
lin County. Ohio. I will offer for sale, at tha door ol
the Court Bouse, In the olty of Columbus, on
Saturday, tha 18th day of January, A. D. 18G2,
at coe o'olock, t. M., the following desorfhod real estate,
situate In the county of Vranklln, and Brats of Ohio,
't AOTrtaln pltce of rand1 In section two-'(5)," township
two (3), range seventeen (17), United Btates Mllltery
land; eommeneiDg tn the renter of Plank road lxty feet
(60) south of the N . B . earner of a lot deeded from 0 . L .
Weeierrelt to Peter Hammon; thence B. with said road
twelve rods ( IS) and coma links te eaorge 8t oner's line ;
thence B. thlrty-nno rode (31) and thirteen and a hair
feet (13).), thence N. parallel with eaid road sixteen rods
(16); thenos west to tho place ot beginning; It being the
same three acres (3) dteiled from 0. h. Wutervelt to 8.
It. Lingo, except a fraction St feet wide on tho N. W.
corner, and known at rot No. one of the subdivision of
the above described three sore piece. - ' , .
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TTBHTT STYM81I sTRIPElV CI,eTB
V SHAWLS, In new designs at 83 00 Vahre 5 OO.
1.B00 yards Super PUln Black BUk at 81 00-Valu
ai 35 a raid. " v
frenohMertnee, 69), cents ValoeB7XoUayaroV ,
t . at.. " e HaVlrt FVt
Wp.'ej gonth High Street.
S.BrtTtJEBISr1v fTJBWISHIWO
U" GOODS.' ' " , ,
ST. 1MI M.kltMJt 1Urt4. 4"1 "
s " Byroo and flarrote Oollarf".'1 "! " n
- m - m Embroidered rocket Handkerchiefs.
Parts lid fl roea, superior make. .1 i :t t . ,.
doldcn Bill Shires, earlou styhra. : ; , ii .
Boys' Golden Hill Shirts, d ;ii.a . ..tV
Privugand fctieeA 0 lores, do
Beranwdfoohot Bandkerohlen, varloat styles, ii:.,
Ball Hose and Pndsr Garments, "
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tprlll Bo. 99 loath High street
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New York Market.
New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 19.
auUrlal shaofo- ali
SHng npUnd U quoted at 37Oc: aaln 1400 taal.I.
iruiua-ino lusua tor noar lo Iwt uim. .a
. . . - miNfwi atua
m it for top, staus ti tWi TO for extra atato, as es
fUl K fa a. turn i,i, m . TV wv
fatU Jsl .HH .i.a.. ac Mxsx.a. an a . . . T I
. ( w9 w urnonM mum;
OS bS fnr enmmnn tn nMliam ..in u. '
as 05i SO for abipalDi kraas oitra mad hooa
OfelO and at OiM 7S lor trad hniuU da. MmL
tlotlog dull and drooplnf . Oaoadlaa floor la Bodorats
donand with a daoided ehaniro In prloa. Balos 6 bamls
mtso ou (or saporfloo; 83 WB7 SO for
50BBT,Ml" 'mU9t l0 Iwala'at
, OOHN MKAliln fair rsquesi aalat 1,300 bbls at 32
3 10 for Jtraw and flr.ndv.ln. st. .'
tifnravir - . . . . .
Tfninni-ino aaraei sail and dsooplaf; wlih
ma oi v Barnia at m&wxc oniaa at ik. imida
prlao.
WfiIAt-.thedamand it mivliriu' .k.,
Olar while prloa are olthoot ehant. Balsa ot 10,000
baihala Ohlsago aprlog at 1 Kiill 99; 1,300 bnabols
uiwaua. .iu, H i juioi jij owu nnahola aatbar
Green Bj on prl-rato trrmu 28 000 bashala l.l
WMtorn13t(alt;CS00 huhals aabor Hiebtnn at
o nrlvaU (anna: il;0oo h.h..V iZ,?'." .TZ.
C U l.dW DUMII PBUlttaal StairtnaT Bit I "tf IV O ftj.fi Jl
m ill. o.iu.t...V. 7 TT . 7 . -. r. .
rki.Vu7.'i.i-.T Hr aiawai ft ; w.ouo boahola
whlto Michigan at 81 46. '
: BY K IieT And low., with .Iu Af 9 KIVI k.k..
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UOKN Marketdoll aad heirr .ml nlnu. 1 1 ..,.
HA Ml. V Tl i m I 1 I L. - . rt .
lower; ile olfl.100 baiheli at SMRAn fnr
orn In storoand dellvorad, and at Me Cor now sontnom
yellow. . i
oats Bales heavjr wllh salosat i9'3!e for Itmr,
Canada wait and itato.
rOKK fair buineai dolos, but the market It withont
aatorlal ehano. galea 1,150 bbls at S14 Uait 7J far
nni: IN IIVXQ Ia.
TMIWK. ; nf IHIh .i , ,
primii m,&3 M jot country mats! llswaUU for
paoaea Ben; f 13 76H713 87 Xo for extra am. Prime
".'I'nf nrm nd lD 00, roquootl sales of SW0 Heroes
llUKr HAMBJ-Mori actlra. with .lu .r in nm i.
MKim WD.icrn Bl lie.
OUT MBATS Dull and nominally aoehtnitd.
BAUUH MltlM In fklr n-.m.nil a......
700 boxes st 7e fur Oamberland out mlddleai 7 (i(7ti for
-..iimnigunim, nioiiaoii sieari omo lor lona
olear.
H08B tn rood reoueet and Tarn em: hIm f mmmt.
em at 13 7i4 ii, and dty at ti M4 75.
LAB1 Moderate! j iolire wlthealea of lO BOD hural.J
sold part deliverable In all this month at SxiSVja'e; NO
ke(ret9Xc.
KUTTIH null and hMn tailAI'U fa. Akin.
CHSKHK-Ool.t At 5VOA,.
BL'QaR Bait. Inn: ul.. iQl kkM. ion I... n..k.
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CINCINNATI, Dec. 18.
LOUR There lanoehanio In floor. Tba denmnd
ror anpemne ana low extra at S4 10 Is good, remit
in tales or over one taoonnd barrels. Family flour
nun anu neary ai xutsa av. a tale OI Irlpton
nun
a superior brand, was made at at 33. wbloh la a
deolino
WHEAT Tho demand for
prims to choice Is rood, I
We for red, and 0OOU2 far I
and the market is Arm at BO&
Whlto.
OATS Declined to 30o.
RYE Tbe demand is rood at 42s. . Id hulk.
CORN SMc lor sow and 30o for old ear. la balk,
Th
reoelnts ate light.
BAULII We quote ia shod reoueet at 8m&Oa far
fall, and 40a3c for eprlng.
dai ioe receipt are iigbt and the Aenand fair.
aouna iota can ai do aad below 813, but holders offer
but 13 00 li SOc for prime Timothy, In bales, on ar
rival. WHISKY Tho demand Is good, snd the market Ann
l3X13o, acludlaf that frees wagon . Too sales
900 bbls - , ! ... . ,
00 SEE The adrloea from Haw Yrk Mr
higher, which uneottled the market for that article
here, and nnnt.1 nna unut k. .1... I
SUGAR The demand Is good at 9)a(stlOVo. '
HOLaBSKS is Infair demand at 49i3e. "
PORK The demand for meat is (air at f 9 SO, wllh
sales of about 1,000 barrels st that prloa. Tho fforinga
tho Glow were fully equal to the demand, and tho
market closed quiet.
LARD A good demand for flrtt class brands prima
Olty leaf In barrelsand tlercer, at 70, with sales ot 190
Uerees at 7xc; 300 do at 7Xc and suO do., In lots, par
country, at 77c. Ihe offerlop at leas than 7X0. arc
BHOtfLDIRS AND SIDES Vint claaa ant la full
equal to tha oSeringa at 2ti3j;o wbUo lots not wall
are dull and nominal.
HAM8 Are dull at 3). cents for eltv and Secants for
Country.
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Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 18.
fLOPS Market Is dull and aoaalei of eonaeouanea
report. Prloes unohaoged.
WEI AT Market steady and vary quiet. Bala 1 car
fed on track at 96a.
CORN Market quiet and nominal. Bala 1 ear on track
doc.
OATS Dull at S6)ia97e.
BIOHWINBS nilea SO able at Inn
Mass POnK Market dull aad nvminal and no nits.
oidataiOSoOBlf.
i-ABD Sale IS kega at 7c.
aaao Bala IS bble at 140.
BOTTBK Sale 18 barrels at lie for choice Western
leaerre.
OHBB8I Plrm with moderate nits at i&6c for
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Hog Markets.
COLUMBUS, Dec. 19th.
Very little ilasjburing. i LIts hop at 83 SO; d rested
13 00. Borne bought on market at 2 75.
lbs weather Is too warn tor packers to run tho risk ot
killing. ' - - - .- '
ST. LOUIS.
The receipt of hogs at this market itooa Saturday
noon htve been large. There are now untold not Ion
than 7.000 bead, and the packers have tuffictent U keep
full hands at work for two or three daye, Tha fact, to
re the r with tho rows from Europe, which aeema to nor-
lend war, had a depressing influence on tho market, and
packers were not anxious to buy, even at lower figures
uiaa uare uereioiore ruieu lue maraot. -ine pncei psia
Since Saturday noon will bo found In conceo Ion wiihthe
quoted sales.
The market was heavy, and lowsr prices only were
offered. Bince Saturday noon ons bouse nurahaeed
3,000 head at 13 35 lHg,snet: another 1,500 at the
same figures; snoiher 700 at fJ 25, In coin, or t J 30 to
S3 40 M,iuurl currency. Beoclple large-some 7,1100
neaa being unaoia on tno maraet. luemocrat, ivin.
MILWAUKEE.
are were at an
vanoa of So.
galea were 24 av. 330 ft, I, 58 av. 250 ft, c. 40 av. 3S0
fti, all at m j jiti X7 av. o as. st av. ,u aa, at S-J JO
av. 3M Sji, on private Urm; oodiv. on voo as.at
3S3 35. (News, 40th.
CHICAGO.
Ths receipts ot hogs were 8.700 bead. Tbe market to-
day was depressed and onssttled, wllh a deolino In
irioee or lunaiao a iuu as gross. Most or toe packing
oueea In the city have temporarily suspended operations
from ths tact thateasiern advlooa say "hold up.''. Largs
ordera,bavs been countermanaed,ena II ts not likely
that anv exlenilve operations will bs rosnmed until tha
questions arietng out of tbe Trent affair are disposed of
in an amtcaois way. ne aavu- nrmers to noia back
trelr stock for ths present, as packers are not purchas
ing to any extent, and only at greatly reduced prices.
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Tbs weather was rather warm to-day for ODorationa.
but three of the city housss wore killing. The number,
however, was small, being only 3,000 receipts 1.300,
leaving 1,900 in pens.
LOUISVILLE. "AROUND THE FALLS."
I - , . . . jailed to day. To dates la none.
Hamilton ro.... ouw
Huffman, DunoanaOo.....
JarvlaaCo 550 18.353 300
Owsley Co.. - . 1,653- 900
0. W. Thomas Oo . 6500, 490
A. 8. White Oo 850 ., , 7,809 . 1.000
McDonald s Co. (tt. A.) .,
Rieketts a Co. (Jeff.)..
ToUl ..k..3,QO0 : 43,193 ' 1,900
The onlir transactloirs reported are a sale of 400 hoes.
averaging 330 lbs net at 1 3 40, and 300 tieroee lard at 7c.
l.Vamocrat, 17th. .; - 1 ".
CLEVELAND.
Dressed hogs, light sales at 838 y r
CINCINNATI.
ifio weather tot Minna? begs was Ito warm to-eayV
Tire receipts were 11,000. Tho market was dull, and tt
was with difficulty that sales oa ths spot oould bs made
for future delirery, ibe demand waa fair at 83 153 35,
and for extra heavy $3 39 was paid. Bates of those
hanging on tbe hooks were made at s-'Wo iu. sot, on
examination, a portion of them were found to bo sour.
Ths market closed a inane unner loan if opanea, yet it
continues In favor of buyers. -1,008
head, av. S15S335 lbs, air,.......;......3 S3
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tVntre he cab accommodate a auabsr of Boa den by ths
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A fuEXajS DUES) KID GLOTEBa
sTV AUsisss and eolorsjnst opened at BAIB8,
doe.U. Mo. 99 Boata High street,
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IHTERECTiriC
TO EVfflY READER.
tT to in Ispatablo fast, that tf ai ano one
X ot thon oonronablo kSQUIHAnf Vt-Vc.u X.o
OOAta, ko wu aMuity fnd aa in ian r.t at
niAaiua unlLDS a.
I Tl any ttnon dtitroiu of erMn( on of tho'U stffw
w tmtm w v awssw uvKAD w i isa siAna sssiaaiiit a
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE.
( .uppoato tne bism Houo. j . i
Yo wll And thorn' tbort In aU colon, ktpl b '
... . . MARCUS CHILDS.,.
Dl?." nrr,r wn any of the BTXK IflXIIb Big;
Aroadof Kiuh In and Ton ami fir,A ,h i .7 w
M i Drna r-urf nam
Y'th.'Sfu'i!- W 10 TSf J A5, 4 VkBTS.'and
there It bat w. iirtamt In the Waaa h.m
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lat.u.. Liitu. Za . ' r.,Tr."l TZ' aapee.
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CAPITAL CITY AilCADai."!.
Dr5 -JSI?1 riTS" ?"' ot f CTHNISH
IHO 800D8. partlealnrl U W0OL1H BBIaCB
whloh yon eao Bnd In aad, vhlto and bl." .tlh. '
, CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Ji'. Bsporlateadod ky starcne Uhllda. ', I
I 'J" - faraioato JHADB TO OB.
waa.. ...
fob oaa do aa batb than t.. I. .k. u
rt,t T.llortar l.tabllah.t. Ti. ,SZ 7Jr1
lootrmrtoodafroaaaatoek eompriilng all oolon of J
Ita' J ''"'I1! ""'V awot with a good at by pnreha
y i-mwm , sua roivotana rwaavaac-
i 1 MARCUS CHILDS'S,
MILITAkT OgKrLIMIM, waon Shoy
alt, aa sttaocara. and wl.h t. . i
te tkla
uttifojm.ia ,
m m, urn, m, MiTania-o to oau at
Vhoro a Urn assortment of BLC1 OLOTlt ..a .,i.
Irtlfl . h.l.l u ,1 . . . 7- -"
had .r..7r -od.1. . " m" Mn
I vary moderate nrlnei.
au euvr. enil a. . i ,
Harcus Chllds's, '
fropriotor of that eaunitva boil km iJtti
NO. CI. fa mud. 9Jt II mil avDvonr.
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Bookseller ad Stationer,
.9 douib nigueireei,
novlt-dJm
GOOD SAItlARITAN.
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E. B. ARMSTRONG,
No. 17 East Town Stfet,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
. . -
ITr A Urga stock of tho GOOD 8 MARITAN on
d. , .... -
hat
aovEMSm
NEW GOODS
P. ROSE'S.
HAVING JCST RBTCRIVED FHOTO
New York, I am now prepared to offer to ths pnMte -a
mast excellent assortment of GOODS BOB GENTS .
WBAB, such as ....
I
CLOTHS;'
CASS I M E R E 8, . ...
..VESTIGJi.3.
! . .- -t I ll'
i And a general assortment of : 1 w .: -mi1
; . ' FURNISHING ' COOOS. '
the rtrhost and nestest stylos in the market; sll sf .
which I em selling at tha CBBAPI3T POH8IHLB
BATES tOB CASH. - ".- '
TTT Special Attmtloa Pa ia ia itftii.
tarr OitloaratClotbtna;. ,
Having had lone eaMrisnca In the Oat aad Maaaran.
tare of Officers' Clothing. 1 reel eonSdenl I can civ an-
tire sstiafaotton to all say patrons. : ...j , . .
, jr. sawsKa
.. ,-,,., .. . Mevchent Tailor,-
Cor. High audfews Btreets,
no-rlD-tf . .. , , , , ,. vt- Columbus, Ohio. .
Sheriff 'a Sale!
It I , flit
97. Bkhaids, Gdflv 4c.
laosb'rtodt.'
Commoa, Pleat.
BT YIBTTJB Of AN ORDSB Of Bat TO Mat '
dlnotcd fross ths Court of Bommoa Pleas M fraek-
lla eousty, Ohio, I will offrr for eals alio door ol the .
Oeurt House, In tho City of .Columbus, on , v.. .
8atniday, tba 18th daj of Janaary, A, D. 1862,
betweea the hoars of 18 o'clock m. and o'clock ft. m.,' -tna
following described real ewiatoi to wit:
Let No. three (3), In tbe town , ( Boa, Prairie town- ,
ship, la the county of fraoklla, aad Slate of Ohio.
Also, 40 acres, mare or Una, (whlou said Jacob Jlodt
bought of John TV. Beker. 7; 7,
Appraised at lot No, 3. 1200.00 , .'
.' '.' -'"v.". 40 acres, 821 00 per sore. ' .
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Pilntsrtraas 3 Ti,
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