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SPECIAL NOTICES:
Notice to rnyalciane and Ana kulIlo.
ALLOOCK'S mots plAst BRSrastiM'oNiAi,:
Aitcooa Co., No. DM Canal Street, New fork,
Mor. Htb, IWaV-tJentlemedTl lalaly eaffertd atverely
worn a weakness IB aty K)k, occasioned by suddenly
over Mining myself. Hiving bated your plasters muob
recommended for eaioi of hli kind, I procured one, and
In result was allthatlentbj dejlre, Aslagls'plutor
eorea me id t week. n Yours lespsotfully, . ,
Proprietor ol tin Brandretb Uouw, Now York.
There li nothing equal Id the' 'way of a pluter to the
Poroni Platter of Mr. ALLQ00K. , la Aetna, Cough,
Kidney Affeotiom, end local deep seated peine, they
afford permanent relief; and far week Hoke, paint In
lb aide, stitch, ejid ipaamodle peine generally, (hey
are nnearpaeM4 (or the benefit tkey impart. Price 25
eenta each, Pr lad pal ofllee 894, Canal isreet
Bold by ton fc.'oeoa, twuirgl,, Columbui, and by
all respeotabl dealers la lueillciuej,,.,,,..;, , .,; M' , '
'-; ' Ci4AV; tiL.-wi i,v
.'r..t,'j, j. r-,: i
.1 Slight ColO, Cough,
fShoQixrl uilUi a sunpla.rem,
rmnata-'serioustt. Fiiw wVaivjfe"o
th impagfriti rt ptofting 4 rfZaugh. or
sr u.QtixfttLLa. erc. ua-jirst atagv . that
which in nlfa Ityginninnr would, hiel$ 'to
a mild f efntftylQiiot attended 'tb
J.auin.'9. M.tarijp.lilaL jZftachea.
v)tr frct.l intnoduscol t e lever,' , years aero'.
It has betri provtd that they are th. best
artitle before iujjfiijia,
2aLaf-t-h.f the Soaking - Cough iri 'jQait-
JPiiblic. Speaker a'nd Singers',
will jirul them zfftotual 'far tsLeorirTand
Sold by aU QrugtfxteHi 'fed.brt' W
jdoaioxne, at cents "prr tcx.
For eale, bdleeal or retaU. by K 'itfl if. 6 ?
iA 0. BOBBEIB, Dregglit,
TO MA11IIIBD MEN,
vr imh Ceataiapiating marriage.
u anOrelrnaAjrlllglnlnfonaaUon on Terr in.
ItrttMitQ tnd important rahjeat, which will be rata-
4 mora than tboajaol Umttlte coat by erery married
eonpie or any aga or eondlilon In life. The Information
will be tent by mall to any addreae on th receipt of It
anu (euverj and one red etamp. a
All lottera ihoold be addreaeed to .
H. B. H0BSI8, U. D.
ootBl-lyStawdkw 1
Boaton, Uaai.
STOVES,STflVBS;STOFES.
.jaOAIiI. at 1
J. L. CELL & 30fJ'S
BXbOK.
nqrtht;high street.
AND BSB IBS liARQESl WOOK, '
THE (IBEATEJT VARIKTT,
TBI
MOAT
AMD
BEAUTIIUL PATTXRN8
STOVES
rer 'offered! to the oltUene of Oolambne.
1 : ' THEY HAT! ' '
COOKING STOVES FOR COAL," .
COOKING BT0VE3 FOR WOOD,
COOKING BTOVES " '-' ." -" '
. . . For either Tood or Coal.
COOKING STOVES
Tor Large Famlliee or email Famlllee, and rarying In
i'nee rrom, .
Three Dollars to Ond Hundred and
Twenty-Fire. . ; "
PARLOR STOVES,
Of avery Prloe, Blie and Variety, for Coal or Wood.
DINING-ROOM STOVES, , . :
HALL STOVES, ' V -
r Of many Patterns. -'
SITTING-ROOM STOVES. . i
' i i.STORE-ROOM.BTOVEfcV
f ;,i r 'i ; . i, . . i
- OFFICE STOVES. ' "
? . .vrv ... ...v .
JSj?xxi-y stoves,
. . Both Cooking and Beating.
Tbe Llghteif 'And' rnoit Portable Tent Store ere:
' ' offered to the - .i.
Officers , of ."t6ui: Great Army. :
FURNACES,
For Beating Da-alllogi. Cbnnbee, Btore-roome, or other
, large vaiiaiDgi. - .
LAUNDRY1;SXQVES,
eK -... ..9 ii. iwi.4.. Hi ' '0
mott SOJtESs; ,:, :
AGRlCVLTCRAr BOILERS
sogaIevapqiutors;
w:.Miii urt ' wi v, j itt3 .-ri i'Ir
,,u ; BVGAR ' KETTLES, "'""T
HOLLOW WARE. i' . -rj
1
DOGG IRONSj.- ,tS rt
SADIRONS,
tSlJl'..tkCTAlL68IkvGEESE,,M
And many ftlir.rtrclt-,"or Sny.plher man.
.o eaul ti-' mi, ii uiinA ifl v
idf 'MitHi -t -U B.'ti',aQ't'i..'J
L ' it nrW:A f MtT
v.. No. -dOCorth -High - Street,-.
' C0OTiBU&;0Hia:
JrLr Gill; Son
FANCY DKKS sitatej"1 r:'c" ,i;
FASOY DKB88 BILKS. - - ., Kf
. . PANGS TjHHa hrLHft..
We are bow offering oar Immene ekmk of Vaney Srea
Ilk at prtees leu than evor before offered In th!e otrt.
Sh aumttoa of U ladies of this elty aoA vicinity is
snivel txl. as oar etock la very aeleot and oompleta In all
boi looasm this use. rauB uaik.
,
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TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 24, 1861,
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
ARRIVAL OF THE ARAGO.
General Scott a Passenger.
THE WAR FEELING UNABATED.
' , " BATES. ' 1
Troops ordered to Canada.
From Washington.
LORD LYONS'S FIRST OFFICIAL
COMMUNICATION.
RUMORS THAT MASON AND SLIDELL
WILL BE GIVEN UP.
Further about the Drainsville
Fight.
Latest from Missouri.
Latest from Missouri. COL. MAGOFFIN RETAKEN.
SKIRMISH NEAR ELMYRA.
&c. &c. &c.
Arrival of the Steamship Arago.
Sf. Johns, N. t'., Deo. 21. The Aravo hue
arrived of Csoe Race, from Havre the 11th and
ooutoampton tne riib.
Geo. 8oott la a paasenger on tba Arsgo.; lilt
uouiiu oas improvea.
-. The Warrior ia be anoDlied with eloht Arm.
atroDg 100-pounderi. tod would Icbaoee her 40.
poaodera for 60-panodera. She would be ready
for a three years servioe. '
The Grenadier GuarJi are to hold themselves
in reaaineaa to embark at a moment's notint
Other troopa have been ordered to proceed Im'
uieaiaieiv ia aoaaa.
The Niagara's advloea cihuupA an ulunm nt
la ooneela. Tber oloaed on the 10ih at 90
- . j amy .
iwr iuudxj uu juj lor account. ..
Anerrenon press, exoept the lUoxuteur, aav
thai Franoe will remain neutral li there Is wur
between England and the United States.
a targe aian ot medical officers have been or
dered to Canada. - - -
Capt. Williams, of the Trent, received a lottop
from tbe Urltleb Oovernment. actravine; his
conduct.
At Llovd'a, risks On American ahlna hnvn
been refused. . . : - ,
.Cotton firmer and alirfbtlv advanced. Bread,
tuffs generally dull. Wheat qaiot and declin
ed. Corn heavy and declined.
I.ATX5T VIA 80DTHAMPT0N
LtviarooL, Deo. 12. Cotton sales for th
past two data 10,000 bales, of which 5000 were
taken by speculators and exporteia,' Market
continued firmer, with alight advance. The
Mancbeattr market continued firm. Breadstuff
dull. Flour deollned 3dl. Wheat quoted
at 2d decline. Corn heavy and declined ls
la 6J...
FaoviaioNi Beef firm. Fork .steady. B-
oan tending upward. Lard dowuward tendencv.
Sugar inactive. Rico steady. No ealea in
coffee. .
General Soatt, Drevious'to embarklne on the
Arago, bad a long interview with Prince Na
poleon. mere ia no abatement in England or warlike
preprratioos.
From Washington.
Washington, fee XX. The viotorv at
Dralnevllle on tbe part of our troona la brll
liant, especially aa they had never been In any
Letters found on dead bodies of rebels show
the Intense hostility of the South to tbe North
One said it was Impossible for the Federals to
remain mnch longer on the Potomac Tbe ef
fect of news from EDgland and pressure of
Congress will compel MoClellan to advaooe,
and in such event a vlotory by tbe Confederates
ia certain. -
A Times dispatch says notes have passed be
tween Lord Lyons and Mr. Seward about the
Trent affair.
Owing to.an important telegraphic error, it be'
comes necessary to say that tbe recent report of
tne aeieot committee on government Uontraota
was approved of by Representative Felton, one
of tbe committee, with tbe exoeption of than
wnicn referred to tne Military Department of
tne west.
of
[Tribune's Correspondence.]
Lord Lyons yesterday made his first official
communication to the Seoretary of State, who
at once set about the preparation of a reply,
ine conunii or tne uispatcnes are Known to no
one exoept tnoee two, tbe f resident and proba
bly Gen. MoUellan. Tbe general opinion
among outsiders ia that they do not present an
ultimatum, bnt leave room for negotiation.
As regarda tbe statement that tbe Cnhiuet le
determined to yield to England, even to the
point of aurrendering Mason and Slldell rather
than fight her, which tbe Herald of Saturday
! L.nll .V. - T : t , . J
jua&co uuiuiy euu iuv aiuiv insinuates, IB Ut
terly false..-. ,.,, . . . . ..
A Kiohmond correspondent of the Naahvill
Union and American learns from an authentic
source mat rreaiaent uavia baa under consider
ation a matter which would in all orobabllitv
ranll In the resignation of General Wise and
all the offioers in bis lesion t in whiah vm n
Jennings Wise, his son, would rcsnme bis post
as ed.tor of the Eoqnlrer and oppose tbe Ad
ministration with all his power. This would ha
most unfortunate circumatanoe at tbis iunotnre.
wueu m sioKio turn or ine wneei mav oritur nnri.
leaa disaster to the South. . ... - i
' The Government to-dav received intallirnno.
brought by tba iaat steamer from Europe, from
General Soott, itating that ha Intended to take
pasaage in the next ateamer for the United
States. The General doea not atate the objeot
of bil return, but he undoubtedly brings infor
mation to onr Government of important move
ments abroad. It must be a serious matter, or
General Scott would not return so unexpectedly,
for it is well known that he had made arrange
menta to remain for a long time. - a
A gentleman .occupying a high noBttlnn n
Paris, wrltca to a friend in this oity that tbe im.
prcssion was general in tbe best informed olr
olee in France and England, that a rupture be
tween England and tba United Statea ie Inevlt
able. ''"' ' u
at
-
[Special to the Herald.]
The city baa been exoited to-dav bv a aillv
rumor that the Government had agreed to sur
render mason ana onaeu to ureat Britain, and
that they were to be given npon Tuesday next.
There ia not tbe slightest word of troth in the
report. No such proposition bas been entertained.
xnraot, tne uoveroment Das determined that
the) British complication shall be secondary to
the rebellion.' That Is the affair of moat vital
Importance, and nothing In our foreign relations
will be permitted to avert from It the attention
the Government. t Even tbe settlement of
other affairs will be made subordinate to !.'
has
bis
the
From Missouri.
St. CHALxj,'Md.," Dee. 21. A 'preconcerted
movement waa made last night by secessionists
along the North Missouri Uliroad and rebels
recently returned from Price's armv. bv; whiah
about one hundred miles of the road were near
ly destroyed, or at least rendered useless. Com
menolpg tn nUci south of Hudson, tbsyburn.
tbo
ed the bridges, wood piles, water tank and ties
tore op the rails for miles, bent them, and de
Stroyed tbe telegraph llnsv' This was continued
to Warrenton, where the work of deatructlon
ceased. How many were conoerned In this vil
lalnous work is not yet known, but there is
doubt that it was a preooncerted and slmulta
neous movement of .the citizens alone the road
as no single party could have accomplished so
mnch in one nieht. - Three hundred ef the vil
lains are known to have bean engaged in tbe
destruction of the bridge and track at Warren
ton. .i
Ssoalia, Dec. 22. Thirty.four' cars loaded
witn prisoners, taken by uen. rope, go to ut.
Loula to night. Ths prisoners are a motley
crew, ranging from sixteen to seventy years of
age. many or tne arms captured are united
otaiea musKeu, ana some or the men are dress
ed in United Statea uniforms, taken from our
troopa at Lexington. Several United States
wagons were also re-captured. ' !.
Palhtba, Deo, 22 Major MoKee, with one
nunarea and three men of Col. JUisnop's Kegl
ment, encountered and repulsed fonr hundred
rebels four milaa south of Hudson, and killed
ten and took aeventeen prisoners and thirty
horses. Five of our trooce were slightly wound
ed. The rebels had attacked a stock-train, cap
tured all the stock, held the railroad men aa
prisoners, and were in the act of unloading the
wnen we iram, siocs ana men were res
cued by our troops.
OrriaviLLS, Dec. 22. I learned yesterday
uai among me prisoners taken V Uen. rope
uwi i nurnuay was ino notorious Uol. JHagomo,
of Georgetown, Mo.
About two weeks ago Col. Magoffin sent
word to the commanding officer that bis wife
waa dangeroualy ill, and begged to be permitted
to see ber ere she died. He was informed that
if he would give his parole aa a prisoner of war
hta request would be granted. ' He did bo and
went homo, and tbe next that was heard of blm
was that bo commanded the whole force which
defended the bridge that Col. Davis oarrled by
assault; tbat be fled with bla party and wan not
taken until some time alter the rest of the rebel
lorce bad surrendered, aod Inconsequence of
tbe darknesB of the night, he was not recognized
until tee next day.
Itseemelhat Col. Maeoffio. havlncr visited
his home and atranged bis affairs, sent a mes
senger reoalling his parole, but instead of sur
rendering himself, as officers usually do, he left,
ana oeiore tnie messenger reached Sedalla waa
in the rebel army; and when the fight oame on,
laenua: tnat ne aeservea. and would Drobab v
receive different treatment from those who bad
cot forfeited all rlelit to be treated aa Drlaonera
oi war, rougnt desperately out unayallably,
uen. Pope refused to acoept bis parole, and
ordered blm to be plaoed in confinement until
Gen. Halleok dlreoted what disposition to make
oi aim. ne ib one of the moat desperate and
unscrupulous of the marauders in this section,
and it is to be booed that he will receive the
puuianment his onmea deserve.
or, lionis. iao. Zd.-e-uen. nallecK isaned an
order, in whiob bo ion:
An j one caught in tbe act of burning bridges,
utro;iug rauroaus or teicgrapn lines, will be
Immediately shot: and any one caught acouBed
or mis crime, win ne examined by a military
oommlssloo, and, if found guilty, shall suffer
death. Where lnlurles are done to railroads or
telegraph lines, tbe commanding officer of tbe
nearest post will immediately press Into service,
for repairing the damages dune, the slaves of
an aecesaionista in the vicinity, and. If neoesaa
rj, tne seoeaaioniuie inemseives and tbelr prop-
ry-
Any pretended Union man, having informa
tion of intended attempts to destroy suoh roads
and lines, or of the guilty parties, who does not
communicate euoh intention to the proper au
thorities, and give aid and assistance in arrest
ing and puuUbing them, will be regarded aa
partictpt cnmtnii, and will be tried according
ly.
Hereafter the towns and counties in which
such destruction ot public property takes plaoe,
win ne mane to pay tne expenses or all repairs,
unices it be shown tbat the people of auoh towns
or countiea could not have prevented it on ao
oount of the superior force ot the enemy.
Ottibvilu, Deo. 23. Part of tbe prisoners
captured by Gen. Pope at Blackwater last
Thursday, passed down leat night on a special
train. Among those sent down are Col. Magof-
flo, brother of Gov. Magoffin, of Kentuoky;
Col. Robinson, who had command of tbe rebel
foree at Blackwater, and who was in the battlea
of Dug Springs, Nelson Creek and Lexing
ton; Colonel Alexander, who says he fought
in all tbe battles; Lieutenant-Colonel Robinson,
Ma or Harris, l)r. bmitb, one of the wealthiest
men and largest slaveholders in Missouri, who
has done everything in his power to aid and
comfort the enemy, McKown, sheriff of Ben
ton county, who it ia said by misrepresentation
gained admittance into one of our camps, made a
diagram or it ana lett, and that night the rebela
made an attack and Killed sixteen or seventeen
of our men; Dr. Moore, of Syracuse, and many
others who nave gained notoriety by th.lr zeal
ana laoora in the secession army.
Many of the prisonera wore a kind of unl
form, and have served with Prloe for several
months. They all siy they have been well
treated by the Federals, and seem to think that
they will soon be released by fries. The wag
ons, horses and mules wore turned over to the
Quartermaster at Sedalla-. . .
Tbe trrops are again in possession of Lamine.
We were absent on this expedition Just five
days. In this time we marohed about ten daya
a direct line from this place, and scoured the
country through wbich we passed for a distance
forty or fifty miles on eaoh side of the route;
took about fifteen hundred prisoners, one thous
and horses and mules, one thousand stand of
arms, one hundred wagooB and quantities of
stores, supplies ana oiotmog.
General rope bae received the following dig
patch from Gen. Halleok:
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF MISSOURI,
Dec. 20, 1861.
To Gen. John Pover," ' ; ' '
I congratulate your command on the brilliant
sacceea of your expedition. I hope it will be
tne forerunner oi sun greater euojeis.
H. W. HALLECK,
Maj. Gen. Commanding.
Tbe prompt appreciation of their labors and
the frank acknowledgment of their services by
Gen. Halleck, has completed thd happiness of
tne oincers ana men or. mis command, and they
will move off with alacrity whenever they are
ordered out on another expedition, and will do
everything in their power to deserve the com
mendation of the General commanding.
Warrintown, Deo. 23, The destruction of
North Missouri Railroad Ib at complete as waa
first atatcd. At abort diatancea all the way
from hero to Hudson tbe traok is torn up, ties
burned, rails broken or bent, so as to be use-
lesa
Welleburg station was burnt,' with all Its
oontente; the large bridge over Davis fork on
Salt River, west of Mexico, and tbe bridge
crossing Quiver river, were burnt, and all tbe
oui verts either burnt or torn down.
Who were engaged in this work of wholesale
destruction is not yet known, bnt It is stated
that tbe inhabitants along the road say no re
pairs can be made, except when the road is
guarded by Federal troops. 't
An extra from the Armv Arena offlca haa
been In circulation for two days which says the
day of retribntion la at band; that good men,
who have been nnder Price's command, are now
north of the Missouri river, and tbat more are
coming. , .. i ......
St. Louis, Dec. 23. Dleoatohes received at
headquarters say the oommand sent to Lexing
ton by Gen. Pope burned two ferryboats and a
fonndry at tbat place, and took two casks of
powder, ten Lieutenants, four men and several
horses. . . . ., . .......
to
23
at
by
All Right on the Upper Potomac.
Point or Rocks. Dec. 22 8 P. M. Ever.
thing all right on the Unner Potomao. Jaokaon
retired to Leesburg with his entire force,
saving laiiea in enerything, even to prooure
salt. .
The rebel battery nrmnnltn Cnl . finnrVa eimn
Also retired to tieesburg. ,
impatience ana discontent aro rampant among
rebels. ..They have twenty-tbree hundred
gnoa in Virginia. A. .
U.
Fire in New York.
Ntw York, Deo. 23 A
fonr o'clock yesterday morninar In th aTtenaiv
drug store of Helgman ft Co., No. 161. Broad
way. Ine building was drs'.royed, together
with the contents. - Messrs. H. k Co. ; occupied
store and basement "
Loss between $40,000 and 450.000 i Full. in.
lured. ' ... -v 1 t- '-m
The builuloir Is insured for Iti full .i.
(120,000), and belongs to the widow of the late
ueorge uwg.
to
THIRTY, SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.
ati. Grimes gave notloe that he
should introduce a bill to have some of tbe
wards of the hospitals in Washington plaoed
under the oare of a homeopathy pbyaloian.
Mr. Lowe of Indiana nresented the creden
tials of Hon. Gamut Davla. Senator elect from
Kentuoky, ia place of Breckinridge extolled.
mr. uavis took tbe oath ot office. : .;.
Mr. Blmmona offnrMl a rAaolntlon that a aa.
tect oommittee of tbree be appointed to amild
ar the expediency of connaatino? some of the
military ana naval stations on the coast o; bud
marine telegraph, w .4
Aaoptea. .
After executive aaaaion. tha bill to inorease
tne number of cadets at West Point was; taken
up,
Mr. Wade and others onnoaed tha bill,
Mr. Chrndler said hn waa veadv to abolish
West Point altogether.' It was one f tbe
causes of the rebellion. He believed It pro
duced more traitors than anywhere else since
tne uays or Judas lacarlot.
J ne bill was postponed till to morrow,
Adjourned. . t;
Hock. Mr. Babbitt Introduced a bill for the
preservation and improvement of the Harbor at
ra. '
Tbe bill was caaaad.
Mr. Noell Introduced a lolnt resolution to sus
pend, for twelve months, tha collection of the
national aireot tax in Missouri
Kelerred. . .-: . .
Mr. Watts, dolecata from N Motiivi.' in.
wouucea a out providing a temporary Govern
ment for Arizona. -
Referred to the committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. Watts alan Intradunad a hill nrnrlrilns
for the examination of elal
depredations In New Maxim. r
ine House then resumed tbe consideration of
me resolution offered on Friday bv Mr. Wilson,
rebooting we committee on Military Affaire
to report a bill providing an additional artlole
ui war tor me government or tbe army where-
uj u omcers in tne military service of the
United States shall be prohibited from nalnr
any portion of the forces nnder their r MDeotlva
commands for tbe purpose of returning fugl-
" aervice or tanor, ana to provide Tor
the punishment of such offioera aa mav violate
th. ili. e 1 Jt , . .
oiuuin n war. dv aismiaaai from tha ar.
vice. 1 f '..-.. " . " -
Mr. Noell moved to lav the resolution on lti
table. . . , . ...
The motion was lost.
The resolution was then adopted vaaa 67.
nays not counted. . - .,
Oa motion of Mr. Vandever tha
on Territories was directed to inquire into the
expediency of establishing Territorial Govern
ments within the limits of the dtaloval Statea
or districts, and to report by bill or otherwise.
Mr. Morrill of Vermont, from the committee
on'Ways and Means, asked leave to report a
bill to Increase the duties on tea, coffee and
Ibe bill pronoses to maka thedntvnn lea nf
.11 !...- -. . -i
u ainas, twenty cents per pound; on coffee,
five oents per pound; and on sugar, tvo and a
siaIs? a L. a lea. .""
ut.,,, kuree, ure ana eignt cents per pound, ao-
urumg iv mo quaiuy. ..
Tbe bill also proposes to fix tha dutv on
molasses at six cents a gallon.
Mr. Morrill said this bill was simply in ac
cordance with the recommendations of tbe Seo
retary of the Treasury. It was supposed the
proposed increased duties would yield seven or
eight millions of dollars, provided the same
quantities of the artlole sold be Imported as in
1 oci fri Lin
ouu. 1 00 Din snoum do passed at onor, to se
cure the sugar crop Immediately coming Into
the oountry, aod the tea and coffee soon exnmt.
ed to arrive The price of theaa artiolea hv
already risen in anticipation of tbe passage of
una uui.eu mm me consumers pay just as muob
now SB If the bill waa alraadv a law nf th
land. -'
The Committee On Wava and Manna Intanrl
bringing in a supplemental tariff bill for farther
Inorease of tbe revenues, when tbe general cub
ed win come up.
Mr. Vallandleham of Ohio brleflv
km.w ..... -rr
AASJ UAH
The bill was aubaeauentlv nassed bv aaa 77.
najs29. " ' . '
Latest from Kentucky.
Louisville. Deo. 22 Paanirera from hn.
low report everything quiet. They confirm the
recent rumors of rebels tearing up the railroad
(rack between Green river and Bowling Green.
Tbe rebels engaged at the late Mumtordsville
ngnt were tbree skeleton, not full regiments
aggregatinjf tourteen hundred.
The Federal force was three hundred and sev
enty men, led by Lleut.-Col, Von Trebna, not
ou neoer, as reported.
Scbcapf is still in statu qno, and no Immediate
engagement expected. .
The Affair at Fort Pickens—Statement
of an Escaped Prisoner.
New York, Dec. t23. Levi Mann, colored,
luriueny a waiter on tne steamer star of tbe
rvesi, ana woo lor a long time baa been a pris
oner in Alabama. ' arrived here rontl frnm
Fort Pickens. He Informs tbe Herald that there
are over eight thousand negroes hiding in the
woods in Alabama. They have vague Ideas of
vue war.
Mann was at tbe rebel ruard-hnuae at W..
rlngton during tbe bombardment. He says
wben Fort Piokens opened on the rebels in tbe
navy yard a regiment of Mississippi troops were
oa morning parade. Tbe attack was wholly
unexpected by the rebel soldiers, and wben the
firing commenced they broke ranks, and despite
all the entreaties of their officers retreated In
double-quick time, throwing away their rifles,
blankets and equipments. . . .
During tbe bombardment the Union shot and
shell dismounted tbree guns In Fort McRae, and
breached it In several places, so tbat the rebels
found It nntenantable and consequently evacu
ated it. Tbe buildings in the Navy Yard were
all perforated with ahots, and tbe village of
Warrington was entirely destroyed.
Mann is of tbe opinion tbat bad tbe bombard
ment been followed by tbe landing of Union
troops on tbe enemy'e soil, their efforts eonld
not but have been attended with success, so
thoroughly were the rebels demoralized, He
says there are many Union men at Pensacola,
who are perforce in tbe rebel army, and only
wait in the hope of a speedy deliverance by tbe
landing of Union troops.
Minister Adams's Report—Ireland
Rife for Revolution.
New Tore, Dec. 23. Washington anealala
stats that Miniater Adams reports to the State
uepartment. ne naa an interview with Karl
Russel after a discussion of the Trent affair In
the British Cabinet, but no definite conclusion
was arrived at.
Bpeoiala also etate tbat Ireland la rife for a
revolution in caie of war between England and
the United States. Not much faith ia Disced in
this. '
GenBurnsida'a exnedltlon will not set
from Anneuolis till alter Chrlatma. hut la fititsk
sail before New Years.
Tbe Board of fire Insurance Co.'a have re
solved to charge a special rats of 3 per cent on
all coal, rook and earth oils. v
to
S
From Fortress Monroe.
Fortress Monroe. Deo. S3, via Baltimorc.
A skirmish took place to-day at New
Market Bridge.
Four oompanies at Newport News, sent onl
9 o'olook this morning, were also attaoked
the rebel cavalry and infantry. Col. Max
wooer's Kesimenit was ordered to reinforce
tbem, and went to their aid.. Col. Wsrdrop'i
Regiment also went te Hampton Bridge, .
Three or four were wounded.
Particulars are not yet received. ,
0.
D.
Nsw Yore. Deo. S3. St. Thomas advices ef
Deo. 7 say that the Iroquoia wai at tbat port
and would Ball on a orulae on tbe 7th Inst. The
8. ship Shepherd Knapp was also in port.
ot iionn's, rorto moo, advices of Deo. ib.
say that a Spanish steamer loaded with troona
had arrived, and left for Mexico.--' -
Several companies garrisoned at Porto Rico.
volunteered and sailed in ber. -
Gen. Prun was expeoted en route to take
command of the Spanish fcraea., ,. .
at
From Fortress Monroe. A Ship Wrecked.
New York, Deo. S3 The steamship North
Star from Aeplnwall tbs 14tb, arrived. She
brings $823,000 In treasure. ; :
Tbo French transport ship Resource, bound
Callao, wae wrecked forty miles south ef
Valparaiso. She bad over six hundred souls on
board only five or six of whom were saved.
Arrival of the Edinburgh.
bt. johns, N. F., Deo. 23,-Steamer Edla
burgh paused r.. na Sntn -
French papers at MarselUuil, Havre Sua sMls
deanz 'adviaed tha ffovnmmant to Dreaervis
strlot neutrality in east of war between England
and tbe United etatea. Borne raris papeia ad
vooate the enereetio lnterventloa of rranoe. :t
The uoinione national, the liberal organ,
says rranoe sttonid follow the example or
England, should the latter recognize the South-
Austrian papers are - of. the opinion that war
between England aod America wonld remove
tbe only barrier in burope against rrenoh am
bition, and tbat Franoe would begin war against
Germay. ;n If . J 1 -
Tbe steamer Perala sailed for Canada on the
14th. with eleven hundred troops.
Prince Albert died Sunday noon, the lGtb, of
gastric (fever, t His Illness baa not previously
been considered dangerous.
The Liverpool Mercury states that Earl Dar
by bad been consulted by Gov't.tna approved its
policy In tbe Amerloan difficulty, end suggested
that Captains of outward bound ships signalize
ttngiisn vessels thai war witu America waa proo
Cincinnati, Deo. 23 The Commercial's
Frankfort dispath saya Hon. Wm. C. Anderson,
formerly member nr Congress, died to-day.
Tbe Governor, contrary to expectations, ap
proved all bills presented to blm. : - , .
Nothing from Somerset. .
From Cairo.
Cairo, Dec. 23 Special order No. 78 places
General Grant In command of the District of
Cairo, whiob Inoludes Southern Illinois, that
portion of Kentuoky west of the Cumberland
river, and counties in Missouri south of Cape
uiraraeau. .
Gen, Paine will be transferred from Paduoah
toCairio . ., , ,
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Dec. 23
COTTON Continual dull: laid 500 bales at 3tkS37
nr mioaiiDg apunau ft, , ....
ILOUB-Tbatraceutlociareonli toa very limited
extant, and the market a ebade eailer; ealea 11.400 bblaat
a v m tot njwied) aa uxu 40 for Qperflo atate;
S SUSS 70 for ' extra etate. chltOr aa 0G15 as. aa Sft
4 40 f or luperftne western SjS 0A($3 7S for oommon to
medium extra weetern 1 $i BOSS AO for ahlpplng brande
ua rouna noop uoio ana en wxso 70 ror trade brands
ao., marxet oloeing dun. uanadlan Soar doll and mar
ket a ebade eaalen ea lee COO bola at as 3IXS5 45 for
aapernnei ao 33ii uu lor oommon to enolca extra.
HYU fLOUA Quiet and without decided change la
prloe.
CORN MEAL In fair reqneit with ulei or S2i bbli
Brandylneat3 37X.
WHI8EY without ImDortantcbasie: t!fi4fin i-.m.
at 19)40.
WHEAT There Is aoaroely anything doing; market
heary and prioea without deoided chants. Salee of
13,600 buehels Chicago epring at SI 851 90, 12,400
buihels Mlwaake club at SI 30X1 3i: a rk.O hn.h.i.
eholoe amber Iowa at $1 33; 3,S()0 boahele oommon to
gora winter rta weetern at l JStst 3d: 8,000 buehele
whlteUichlgajiai9143.
EYE Oulat and HiuuIt. with ul.i nf 3 MO hinh.li (
81X0.
BaKLET Quiet; itlel of 3,000 buihcli at 70o for
state. , . . .
CORN NctblDg of moment doing, and market nomi
nally unchanaed; email ealea an reported at 63t
04X for mixed weetern, and 660 for Southern yellow.
OATS Heavy and drooping, wlih limited sales at 39
42o for Jereey, Canadian and elate.
POBK Oontlnoee eteady and poor demand; aales 730
rsis v ix xwwix 13 lot mete; so usv lor prune
BEEF litaadj and firm; aalee 100 bbla at S4&4 30 for
oonntiy prime; t&93 30 for conntry meu; Sit 30W
for repacked mew; 13 75913 87 for extra men.
Prima meea beef qu.tt and without material obange In
price
BKEF HAMB Firm at 14314 SO for weetern.
HOQB Dreeeed. firmer with aalee at 94 2333.
OUT MSATS-Inaotlro.
SMOKED MBATBQaletand eteady. The Qotern
ment oontraotwai awarded at Sj(B0s for eldei; 3XS
0io for ebon Mere, and about 7o for heme.
BACON Bldee In moderate request: ealee 430 boxeaat
Slfo fnr western long riobed mlddlri; 70 for city short'
olear do.
L ARD Enter; lolei 300 bble at 69c.
BOTIBB Belling at ll18of or Ohio, and 16321c for
staate.
OHEBSB Steady at 38c.
BUOAB Raw, firm with moderate builneis doing;
sales 308 hhds Cuba at 7xaXc 7000 Uge Breill at
7)4: 8,000 bage Manilla 00 privets tonne.
MOLABSSB-Qulet; 10 hhda Poito Rico told at 40c.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 21.
The demand for flour on arrival Is exceed
ingly light, and the market ie dull and heavy. Salea or
family were made on 'Ohadge at polota In tba ooantry,
earns freight to Mew fork aa from hea, at $4 Thlewae
the outalde price that oould be obtained. In the large
way the market oloied dull and heavy, with a downward
tendency in prloes. In the retail way the demand I fair
at atiaVi 10 for anpeifine to eitra, and S4 104)4 20 for
extra to tamiiy. unoice wolte wneat aelli at 94 40
1 ov, wim laics ot ouu 09JB.
TV BEAT- Tbs demand for prime to choice eontlnuea
gooa at owweoo tor red, ana vmvJa lot white, with sales
ot ,w oueu.
OAI8 The demand is active, with tales of 4,000 buih.
atSOoinbulk.
CORN New ia In rood reaneat at 2fln. with ui nt
muu, ana tor om. a eaie oi moiled vas made
aid unaer ine HeiitrecaiDti. lain irnni
H . . D - - MHIM1. -
BARLEY The demand for Birlnv ! annA . mtn.
ror ran. with ea ea of 1.000 biuhai. tn,in.
uvaitx.
WHISKY In the morning tha demand waa llrht- na
on 'Chance the nrlce deollued in l.tUn in.in. -i,k .
moderato demand, with aalos of 900 bbla at J3U&13XO,
lnclndlni that from waaon.
COFKKB The demand la tunil. with nl.. t inn v..
iQioiai. , , . '. "
lut i" wiuuaoo to prime. At tneae flgnrea
there were more eellera than buyers at the cloeo. the
newe being leee favorable for holdera.
?DG?rllfrm Jf4 in 100,1 Jobbing demand, with
sales of 119 bbds at OKSlOua far nh ,n v.-
Orleane.
Enjuirtr.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Dec. 21.
Bale of SO bbla XX elt ihlUiW.i i nn
WHEAT galea of 8 oare whit at II, and 1,600 buib
red at 3o. Alio 1 cars whit at SI.
CORN-Noeale
OATS Small eales at 2020Xc.
8BEDB Sales of 30 bash Clover at 91 75.
OILS Balee of 30 bble extra Petroleum
BUTTER galea ol nlnhrrl. mil nt,i.
lv. .
CHBE8E-LlghsalesatSH0c. '
HIOU WINEs Are not muob In demand.
LARD Balee of a email quantity at 7Wa '
BttasaiD HOQS The market le a. ,nn
mm I 11 a n i. , . . ... . '
aU& ,VHf,ww,,w, pBiV Q1V gt JJ.
Ltadtr.
Hog Markets.
ST. LOUIS.
Ths change In th weather brlahtened nn the
bogi conelderably, though th prloe offered were not
hiph aa oeteiday. But pecker, being able to oat
more freely, hoge will not probably accumulate on tbe
marxet aa usretotore. ax w v iuu a, a set. In M urn, i
currency, waa aooui mo nigneet ngur or the market to
day. Democrat, 21. -
Reported aalee of 1,320 head at 12 60 In coin and S2 as
S3 in Mleeouri eurrenor. SuO head at S3 in Hiunri
currency; 300 do light weight at S2 60 In Mleeouri cur
rency; ouu neeo. neary. averaging 3U fee, at S3 In Treae
ory notee Republican, 21.
LOUISVILLE.
iui uiNf i Kauior uuil wuay. wa near nr nn
ealee of hoge, meats or lard, Prices for hoge have de
clined and buyers are not willing to go beyond 133
18X. Feeder ara not willing to take thoa prioee
and thereat no eales. The weather is more favorable
for killing, and la that reepeol matter are a little mora
brlek. W do not-anliolpat mnoh movement, nor any
advanc In prioea until it oan be determined whether or
not wear io harawar with England. lfwdo prioee will
fall still lower, even It baying is aot entirely etopped
not, Ic is probable an advanc will be atabllibed.. Our
report tu uay a aa loitowe. n-.
of
"AROUND THE FALLS."
Killed to-dav.
Hamilton St Bre...( eoo
Hufiman, Duncan k Oo 390
Jarvlei(Cn
Owsley St Oo. 310
W. Thomas fc Co...... .1200
8. White At Oo 850
MeDonald At Oo.fef.A.).
Rlcketta As Oo. (Jeff.).. .4851
To date.
7,638 -4
470 ,
12853
3,162
700 ,
9,019
1.900
, 3.86S '
In pent.
1,900
l.ooo
1.200
Total... ............. ..4.831 . 52498 ' a aim
Democrat.Sl.
CHICAGO.
Receipts, 4,953." : ' , ' ":
The favorable change In th weather to-dav created a
better leeling In tbe market, and buiineie at once beoime
entire. Buyers and eellera eoon cams tO(tlron price,
an advanoe of from S to lOo owt. at which mrg
eales werS mad, chltfiy for packing. Th reoaipts to
day were only about half thoa of yeeterday. and tbe
eaaoant of etock on hand has rapidly diminished. Should
tha weather ooatuu oold, th eniulng twenty -fear hours
wilt find the yard, nearly cleaned oat. , The market oloe
edflnnat2 35S235.-LIIme,Sl. f
MILWAUKEE.
"Dreeied bog opened with a little mora aertvltv and
better reoelpts, with aalee at a.3$3 30 for good averag
weiaht, and rather mora for choice extra hoae. On
Ohang there wa but little done and th market eloeed
quteu Among u ealee were tne following: S averag
log S39 t, 83 av 850.33 av ,4 av 320, all at S3 23;
99ev3ouibe,Sav . S3 30; o and 3T, dlv en 800 fca at
13al(3 INewa, 19. , t v-;-.p ; ,;
of
CINCINNATI.
weather Is for kllUni hore. and th demand
coaildersbly lmpravtd,' there Is no duscalty in stluna
ood ones at 93 10, bat holders fenerally are firm
3 w ea, kwyere gar only la a lew
reoaipts ware ,MJO: the sales to-day wen'-
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100
70
180 '
60
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AND
tUm BOOK MANUFACTORY
' SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED . WITB ' .
IMPK0VED MACHINERY
' .-; ' AND
: STE AM - POW ER. ' .
X,. ,W; LE FAVOR, Supt
NOI. 32 34, 39, JS NORTH HIGH STREET,
statesman Bnlldlna-, Second Flaor.
over b. if eTlne'e State titeam
Prlntlne; Roonte.
EXTRA SUBSTANTIAL
PAGED i3LANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Beadlngt, on Superior Piper".
RULED AND BOUND
1 To any required Pattern. .
STATE DEPARTMENTS,
RAILROAD OFFI0EB, "'
' " BANKING BOUSES.
"" COTJKTT OFFICES,
UEaOHANTS,
Furnlihod at tha Loweit Prices.
BOOK BINDING,
By the Edition or Single Volume
MAGAZINES. . , -MONTHLY
PUBLICATIONS.
PAMPHLETS,
PAPERS,
Bound in any Required Style,
BINDING AND BE-BJNDtNG
For Pablte and Prirata Llbrartes.
Orderi from abroad will reoelve prompt and ipedil
attention. Addreea,
J. H. RILEY, or. N. W. LEFAVOR,
Bookaeller aod Stationer, Superintendent
73 Booth High Street. Franklin Bindery.
novl4-d3a
C. EBERLY & CO
DRY GOODS AT COST.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF fHB BIOH PRICB OF
Cotton, and tha recent advanoe In Dry Hoods, and
the expiration ot our copartnership, wo will, on and af
ter the 26th day December, offer our stock of Dry flood,
Bats, Oas, Boole and Bhoea at eoet, er leae than New
York wboleiale prlcea, and will continue nntll tba en
tire stock le eloeed ont.
Tbe Grocery and Produce Business will be continued
In our new building.
The Store-room wa now occupy will be for root, and
poeaeealon given on the first day of April, IStft.by Cyrus
Eborly.
Tbe Store-room is 01 by 23 feet; tba bnlldlog tbree
etorlee high, and situated on tbo southeast comer of
High and Friend etreeta, Oolumbue, Ohio.
O. BBBRLY CO.
decl8-d3w
NEW GOODS
AT
P. ROSE'S.
HAVING JUST BETCRIVED FBOAI
New York, I am now prepared to offer to th public
a moot excellent assortment of GOODS FOB OBNTS
wcah, such as
CLOTHS, . .
CASSIMERE3,
VE8TIGN3,
And a general aiiortmsnt of
FURNISHING GOODS,
of tha rlrheet and neateet styles In ths market; all of
wblch I em selling at tb OUBAPEBT POSSIBLE
UATJSB SUB (JABU.
TTP Snnclal Attention Paid ta Itllll.
lary viitoera' sjiotninar.
Bavins had long experience In the Cat and Manufac
ture ot umoers' Ulotning. I feel oonfident 1 oan glv en
tire eatlffaetlon to all my patrone.
Merchant Tailor, .
Cor- High and Town Streets,
nov!9-tf Columbus, Ohio.
Master Commissionor's Sale.
Samuel Persona' Executory
va. S Superior Court.
John K. Beyl et all. )
DI VIKTTJE OF Aft OBDEB OF BALE
1 to me directed from th Superior Court of Franklin
County, Ohio, I will offer for aal at th door ot th
Uourt iiouae, in tne city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 28th day of December, A. D.
ISbl,
between ths hour of 10 o'clock a., at., and 4 o'elock r.
the following deeerlbed real eelale, eltnato in the oounty
of Franklin and Stat of Ohio, to wit: Lots Noe. eevtn,
eight, (8) nine. (9) and ton, (10) of John and Henry
Miller's enbdlvlilon of lots No, elfhty-nlne, (80)'nlnety,
(90) and ninety one, (91) of Crosby's addition to out-lots
east of Columbus, as delineated on th plat thereof, r
oorded in volum one, page seventy, of th record of plats
oi aa.u county. -Appraised
Lots Not. T, 8, at 1300 00 each.
. 0. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff
and Muter Commissioner
Printer s fee 10.00
novl7-dltawtd
Master Commissioner's Sale.:
A. Whiting and Q. M. Parsons,!
Executors of 0. Swan, I Doe. 3. p. 269.
vs. f Superior Court.
- AmoiJ. Faroe etal. J
BY virtu of an order of sale to m directed, from th
Superior Court of of Franklin eonnty, Ohio, I will
offer for aal at th door of th Court Ilouat, Ut th
city of Oolumbue, oa
Saturday, the 28th day of December, 1861,
Between th hours of 10 o'olook A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M., th following described premises, to wit:
Part of lot No. 2, of Baker and Mitohell'e rabdlvlstoa
out-lot No. 22, Columbus, Ohio, beginning at th
south welt corner of eald lot No. 2, at th northeaat cor
of the Intersection of Mound and Seventh streete;
tbenoe eastward ly on Mound etteet on hundred aod
twenty feet to a privet al ay; theno northwardly by
said allry to th middle ot eald lot No. Jl; tbenoe west
ward ly parallel with Mound street te tb front on Sev.
enth street) thence eoathwardly on Seventh street to th
pile of beginning.
Appraises at aj twir.
4ta
Printer's fees 99 00. -novl9
dltltwtd
W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, '
and Matter Ootealtsloner.
Sheriff's Sale.
Peter A. Premier
vs.
- Thomas Daniel. -
SDoo. 3, p. 859.
Buperior Overt,,
BT V1KTCE OF Alf ORDER OF SALE
te m directed, from tb Superior Court of FTankltm
County, Ohio, I will offer for sal, at th door of th
Court House, la the city of Oolumboa, Ohio, aa
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 1863,
between tha hours ef 10 o'olook A. U. and 4 e'eloe
M.( the following land and tenements, sltuat la
the county of Fraklhi Beat of Ohio, and In th ton
Wortbington, and known and described aa follows. 4o
wit: . ' .
The north eoual third part of In-lot number nlnetv
two (92), as dietinanlBhed oa the erielnal and leeirdod
plat of tbo town of Worthlngtoa, In eald Franklin ooun
ty, Ohio, toeing the earn p realise onvyd Mr said
Theodore S. Toiler and Bobrlna hi wife, to eald la
Vnti, ay aeea aateo august now, A. u. loa. , . ,
Appraisea at aouu uv. '
- a. W. BUFFMArT, Sheriff,
Printer's fees 0 00.
novSMltltwMl
ol
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,
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-
;
.
,--0a. flerekOo
va.
aihlegtoa Slapsoa
Sheriff's Sale, i ;
S1' 5 - ; r.
Superior Court ' "
T Y VIB.TCB OFAVRITOF FI wa
JameeLlBdaav.anariowin..nr Cm, '.'-'
CC4:? ',0ol--i Wi.
Monday, the 30lh day" of December, A. D. 18611
piopewi'-"" toUowto
(t nf w..kiV... " ""B"", Ttea oa aa tne proper-'
, . 0. W. BTJFFMAW, BherlS
FrraUrt feee S,30
deelB-dtd
By Bo, Davis, Dept1. b'?
G B JE A'T: fJIIR'R
w-ju
D. LELAITD'S ' V
anti-rheuiiAtic band
18 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR.
Rjiematisifl; ; Gout;, and .auriltfiai
, 1 - AND A SURE CTJBJ FOB ' ' '"
All Merourial Disaasea.
loatod tSSonS?nrU'g'l BDd' "llag a med
Mary tf. nU th W"". without
of IMm taJi M? Praone; no chanta u, hablta .
lJ h!IS. TJ d' tni " c"reiy reaoVea tldu7
SnwbhVea?rI5.0f ,,ow,tB, hi torn. T audi-
any pert of th oountry direct froo. the Principal !.
o. 409 BEOADWAT, K.w Tsvk. :" V
omuu efc CO.. Sola pmn.i -
N. A. DeeorlrjrJn ninu,t.
. rnnrne. .
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re. 1
117 Areata Wanted rv.
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TT la aa lndlaontar,) Ht (,.,
A of thoa. wmfortrtl. BBillurS lKT,Mov?i
a-ATIn.V toJ 1 style.
don't bhTky.urhnd. to. eV thVmZt
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Opposite th State Hone. '
Yen will find thorn theie to all eolore, kept by
MARCUS CHILD3.
DMMinRa,SrrrT?r,f7J)' MIXED OAS-
AnJH T b A8,111' vbloh aold at th Capital CiU
Aroadsr Buih u, and voa will ! ,h
MARCU3 CHILDS'S.
yOTJ may alao be In want of PANTS and VST V
uaraiai, W Y AKCADE " -
Dino BOOS SOS?? ' FURNISn-
w" ' n" 11 I AKCADE,
Sprlnnnded by Marcos Child.
togeand yo, win ..reiy wltn . J,
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
MIv;AFgNTlE,iB!,'',h thVeometo thli '
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
Where a larg anortment of BLUB CLOT-n ..x ? ;
In short call at
Marnns RhilHc'c
- wuuuu
Proprietor of that eztemlva butlneee localily.
9I 1 SS HIGIi STHEC1, -
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OF
IYER OFFERED IN IHIS OITY1
Hoo.se -Builders ,
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
rrencUAt American .
i. ... ' ' t
WlKLcaLoxrtr. ca-lasia
FAS NTS GROUND IH OFX,
aad pnl op la half pound cans for family on, and Dry ,
Fautslnbnlk. ., .. .
Brushss of every variety & quality. ;
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS
carriage materiads. t - "
AXB3 GRINDSTONES, ate
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, to.
FISHING TACKLE.
. . ROPE A CORDAGE;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING-
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, - - "
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, eto., : '
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
l espeetally Invito Om attention of ell Interested to ' !
stook of Poeket and Table Cutlery, and " ' Si
ttlLVER PLATE O FORKS.
Table, Desert, and Tea, Spoons::"1
Butter Knives, &ct
aOOBRaii A BRO'S. Manafaotar. warranted to be
tr heavy, Ilootro-Plated.oa genuine Albatta.
vountrV Marohanta. Henhanlca. and aMiam i.ii. j
' t-.tuw iv whik . .
nowaaieana aetall. ... WpT. A. G1L.I.. ,
Soleoabu. Ohio. Mav 8. 1R60. '
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BAIN i COIT
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Aeers:--ii;t
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OFFER tha mem Extensive
ment of , , . ,.
v. Brown and Bleached Cotton Flannels:
" ' Muslins;
, - Banuley Cotton Sheetingei
8ect Btylee of CaMc'esndDelalnee:
. Tfctklsem, BhlrUng. ainghaaa, -"
-' And Cotton Batting. .... ...
H'-'-Aleo, Blankets, I Ian note, ;
Oaaelnwrea, Cloak Clothe, etc, eta.
Maoh below tegular price., v -
BAIN At SON,
ectlQ, 19 South High Street.
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