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Nolle I Pbytlclane and the Pltblle.
AlLOOOITeioROITg PLASTe'rIESTIMONIAL.
Aiujocg Co., Ho. SD4 Canal street, New Tort,
Hot. Nth, WD-aentlemeu; J ltlj suffered severely
from Wsitnees'ltj my bsok, -occasioned by. suddenly
overexerting myself.. Having heard your piasters much
recommended for oaset of this kind, I pretested on, and
ths result wss all that I ould desire.' A tingle plsster
carta me in a week. - -. joun reipootfolly, ,
. . ; J. U. BBJGKlaV
Proprietor of tb Brandreth Uouit, Now York.
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Then Is nothing equal In the way of a plaster to tut
Porout Fluter of Mr. AUQOOK. ,In Asthma, Ooqgh.
Kidney" Affaetlont, anl local deep sealed palm, they
trora permanent relief; and' for weak books, palna In
Uit iido, itllchef, and spasmodic palna generally, they
ara unsurpassed for the benefit they Impart. - Price 45
oanta each, Principal office 8M, Canal atreet. ,"
Bold ny Job E. Cook, Druggist, Columbus, and by
all respectable dealers In medlolne.
deeiie-dawlm
Slight Cold, Cough,
J&kfaot, 'why, might lo
hecJced. with a . simple rem.
edy, Vnegluoted, qflen tar
nunapccenowj-y.-', rvw are aware of
the importance of stopping a oju.aK or
: i o it !. : 'T -5 .. ,
&u.Qitt. frauj. m uo j.raz ptage , that
which, m the erginning would yield to
a mild remedy, .if not attended to, oon,
attacks the luntra. ..
JSLfiawji'a. jSLciclloI Sfththr
werrst, introded-eleven, yeara ago.
floor eeen. pruveui mat ineyare in oest
artiile before the puhlia for auafti,
Apald&j JJLan.ch.ii.a., jL&ifuna,
zabxt-Mi, the Hacking Cough in an-
&umfitLan. and numerous affeotione of
the Jzffitaat, giving immediate relief.
Iublic Speahcrg and Singen.
wilt, jini them effectual for .clearing . and
strengthening the twice.-'- ..-,.--..
Sold by all Qruggict3 and (Dealers in
JAedicine, W So', cents per. boxr ;
For Mia, wholeaale or rotall, by -. . . 5 .
. ,.-:; obobbktb, Bnatott"
TO MARRIED MEN.
Or .Ttioa Contcmpiaiinr laarriae.
IHB nndenlgntd will giro Information on a Tory fee
UrttUng an important luhjeot, which will ba Tala
ad mora than a tbooaaad Uaea Its ooit by awry married
aonf lo of any ago or eondlilon In life. The Information
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COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,?
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD,' ,
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COOKING STOVES
w..i..... for oithM Wood or OoaU.
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For Largs Families or Small Families, and varying In
rnoe rrom
Three Dollars to Ono Hundred and
. . Twenty-Five. , ;
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Of every Price, Bits and Tarletyi for Coat or Wood.
DINING-ROOM STOVES, .' I v -'.;
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; SITTING-ROOM STOVES.' -v J
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Jvixx-y Stoves,
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Ibe tightest and
most Portable
Tent Stove ei
offered to tne
Officers o ."our Great , Atmy.'t,
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FURNACES,
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For Betting DvelllDgf. Churches, Store-rooms, or other
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FANCY DBlBB BILKS,
Wa ar bow offering oor tmmens ttoek of Faaoy Drees
ailka at nrlaea less than ever before offered In this oily.
The attention of tha ladlee ot this city and violnlty It
aoUolMd, as ear stock Is very teiool ana complete m au
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 25, 18CL
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WARFOR THE UNION.
WASHINGTON ITEMS.
LYONS AND SEWARD HAVE ANOTHER
INTERVIEW.
GEN. KELLY'S MOVEMENTS.
The Affair with England.
Particulars of the Fight at New
Market Bridge.
COL. CORCORAN AT LIBERTY.
Latest from Missouri.
SOUTHERN NEWS.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
Wabuihoton. Deo- 23 TheFraaldentliM d
proved aud signed the bill to farther promote
lae emciencj or me wary.
[Special to the Tribune.]
We learn that Lord Ltonahad to.da anothn
Interview with Mr. Soward. - U la understood,
upon what seemi to be sood authcrltr. that tha
meeting, waa lrienai; la lircoaraoter and Bat.s-
loctory in iti reeultg. .
SZLiQia tiyont, who aomo days ago aeemed to
he in doubt whether be could doeo, baa formal
ly renewed his previous InvltatloDS lor Christ
mat.
A Cabinet moctlne ie to be bold to-morrow.
at wnion it is tnongnt tne case will or thoroagh
It discussed. ; - . .
Intrlllienca was received hero tnJ tht.
o. ,r ti - . w, ---- -- ----
wen. jvoiiy was at nancocs ana aDont to move
toward Winchester, by way of MartinBburg,
driving the rebels from that section of the State
at be proceeded, and re-opening tbe Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad ss loon as practicable. .
Money baa gone to Kansas to pay tbe arrears
one tne troopa raised there to whip the Misjouri
rebels. $339,000 Is tbe sum. ' -
[To the Associated Press.]
k W ASHIMQTOH. LOQ. Tha gina.ta h nnn.
firmed the following anrointmenta bv tha Fmi.
dent: , - -
Robt.'Hslev.'of Cal. Consul at Minrnlll.
Wra. Pickening, of III. Ouv. of WnBhlugton
Territory; Geo. N. Milne, Receiver of Public
Moneys at Springfield. Ill: James B. Milln. Re.
oeiver at Otter Tail City: A. Whittlnev. Re-
Otter Tall City; A. Wbittlraey, Re-
celver at Bayfield, Wit, Robt. B. MoDbugall,
Register, at Springfield, 111., James H. Lane,
IT--- 5-1- l - a? r t . . "
of Kansas, Brig. Geo. of Volunteers
Not more than i twenty-one Senators were
present at the session to day. The majority of
them, as well as many members of tbe House,
having left the city. -
Tbe Attorney-General has respectfully de
clined to give to the Senate bis opinion on a
private olaim, alledglng precedent at well as
want of power, as a justification" for non
compliance with the request.
' It is not expected that CoDgms will transact
any buainoas until after New Yearfl. The Mex
ican Treaty it before tbe Senate committee
but will not be reported upon until after the
holidays.
Gen. Lander has reoovcred from bit wounda
received at Leesburgb.
The Mason and Slidell Affair.
Ntw York. Dec. 24. The London Times
says private letters from Rio Janerio state that
Gen. Webb, American Minister, bad sent a de
mand to the Brazilian Government that the
Governcr of Waranham be superseded for hav
ing allowed coal to be aopDlied to the Pirate
Sumter. . u.. . ... .r
A report it quite current In the streets this
morning that Slidell and Mason are to be re
stored to liberty and sent forward to England
by the Eoropa. Tbe sources from which this
information Is said to be derived are French,
wbicb.is confirmed by those who are supposed
to have unusual facilities for early Information
fro'm Engiuu connections, though the report
may pruTo w ue uurounueu. (
i ue &xprets states a rumor this afternoon
aaya tbat in an interview which Lord Lyous
held with Mr. Seward, the latter read to him a
letter tbat he bad written to minister Adams
ten days ago, in which he slid that If tbe Brit
ish Government clatme'd Mason and Slidell up
on the ground of illegal capture, and as contra
ry to tne law or nations, and wonid consider
the surrender at settling the principle for both
Governments, they would be given up on re
quest, '
The Affair at New Market Bridge.
Fortress Monroi. Deo. 23. via Baltimore 24
Tbe skirmish yesterday was a alight affair..
Two companies of the Twentieth New York
rcglmont suited for. Newport News at nine
o'clock thiB morning and prooeeded to New
Market Bridge, to look tor a man tbat bad been
lost in iub woous on ine aay Detore. As we
bear, while near the bridge tbev found them.
lelvoe sui rounded by rebol cavalry and infantry,
numbering seven hundred men, bnt succeeded
In entting tneirway-u without loss.-Reinforcements
were sent for to Camo Hamilton.
and the remainder of tbe regiment was sent
lurwaru.
Tbe Naval brigade, under command of Col.
Wardroes, was also under arms and proceeded
ht Hampton brlige. '.V ; ; -,v 2 .',
: ui tua utu rcjjiuicuii wer aiigaiiy woun-
uea, ana twenty oi the enemy are known (o
have been killed and one wounded. Seven dead
bodies were found thlt morning. One was that
of an officer, and was taken to Newport News.
He wore buttons lettered A. M., M. peihaps
(be Alabama Mlnnte Men. His name is snp-
yuocu m on jonn nawKins. ' -!. ' -"-
! It it reported tbat a wholo company of ne
froea waa engagea. ana two or our men are
nnen IA hua haan alint ti .KnrA -- -
ine juenmona. pritonerai are .expeoted.bere
The gunboat Youni Rover, whlnhla ntatlnn.
ed at tbe mouth of York River, reports an ex
tensive conflagration in- Yorktewn about i
week sinct.'1' " v I'-ji-v, 4W , ,,.
From the Charleston Prisoners.
New Yok, Dec.'24. The Times publlshe
an IctBrfBtlnff statement, mada hr T.lnhrrnant
I.. L . . . . . -
tluxa, ot toe tsecona Maine Regiment, who waa
wonnuea ana taaea prisoner at nun nan, ana
has recently been released. ,- He, together with
Col. Corcoran and eome three hundred Others.
were confined In tbe Charleston (all at the time
Of tbe great oonnagraiion there, and they only
escapea mm tne jail, wnicn was enrnt, By leap
ing from a window, no effort being made to save
them by the Charleatonlans: , ... ' , ;. '
! rtOol.. Corcoran, Lieut. Hurd believes, escaoed
during the contutioo, as he expressed his deter
miuavion to try to reach Beaulort or the Nortb.
-aa-Hiincebecq beard fromt,. -, . . ,A
I According to Lieut. Hurd'e represtntation,
national "prisoners now In the- South are
treated in the
manner. "
most brutal and uojastlflabie
Albanv, Deot'23.--CouiDtroller Denniston has
relnrned from .Waablngtod, having Beoured irom
tbe Secretary ot, the .Treasury a tetnrnof 40
per enuoi the money advanced by tbe State
for expenses oi tbe war. The sum thus receiT
td by the State ) $113,000.
From the Charleston Prisoners. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.
From the Charleston Prisoners. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session.
From the Charleston Prisoners. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, Dec. 24.
Senate. SeVcraf' cotillons' were presented
praying for the confiscation Of the slaves of
rsoeis witnout compensation; ana those or loy
al masters with. compensation. - ,. , .
Mr. Howe gave notice that he would Intro
duce a bill to amend tbe fugitive slave law. '
The Senate men went Into UxeeuUve session.
On the opening of tbe door-), tbe Senate ad
journed until Thursday. ' rJ" '
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From Missouri.
St! Looiaj Dto. 94. About a thousand of the
Rebel prisoners taken by Gen. Pope, arrived
here late last night, and were allowed to remain
in the cars until morning, whej they were es
corted by tbelr oantort, under Col. Davit, to
ut. raeuoweirs Medical College, where they
win oe quartered lor the pro&ent.
Wairinton. Deo. 24. Bv arrivals from Mez
ico we learn tbat the brigde over Salt Rfver,
which is the largest and most costly on tbe road
except that at Berrenge, which the rebels fired
on rrlday night, was entirely destroyed on Sun
day night. Tke station house at Jacksonville
was alto burned, together with four or five care.
1 be ropnira progress rapidly here. The bridge
is repaired, and tbo colvorta between here and
Jonesburg, and the track at that place, will be
to-morrow, if tbe men are not Interrupted; and
tbe ropairs of the telrgrapb line keep.pace with
me runu.
Atchison Deo. 21. Orders have been given
to several agents of the Overland Mail Company
to take no more excreta freleht from anv louroa
until further orders. This it in consequence of
tue company naviug Deen nneu by the Govern
ment icr reported uegiect or mail matter.
Ottirville, Deo. S4.The Cavalry which
Ueu. 1 ope tent to Lexineton have returned
In addition to tbe two terry boats and rebel
lounury wnicn tney Durucd and tbe rebel ofll
cers and privates captured, previously reported
they killed the notorious Arkansas Robinson
and drove evory band ot rebols from tbe conn-
try lor milts on either elde of tbe route. They
rcpurt me ouumry quite cicar oi toe rebels.
JxrrxRsoN CiTT. Mo.. Deo. 24. A sentleman
who has been with tbe rebel army several weeks
arrived here to-day. He reports tbat on Thurs
day last. Price's camo at Osceola win tlir.iwn
into contusion by tbe eows that the Federals
were upon them. Tbev beat a hattv retreat.
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wneu lasi neara irom tney were at tiamona-
vine, nurrying Boutn.
Arrival of the Santa Fe Mail.
Citt, Mo.. Deo 24 The Santa Fe
man, with dates to the 9th Inst., has arrived.
The Territorial Legislature met on tbe 2d,
auu ua vno tia uov. Connelly read bit annual
message to the joint session of both homes.
ine uovernor recommends all Indian tribes
to be placed on reeetvatlons under varr strict
regulations, as tne only way to prevent the
constant reourrence of troubles with them. He
advises a thorough revision of all territorial
laws; and says many ot tbe provisions of the
law I or me oroteotion OI lire Dronart n Nn
Mexico are unnecessarily severe and rigorjus,
and recommends tbat they be modified or re
pealed. :-
in relation to tbe national strife be lays:
I am croud to eav that mv total rKilitinul fl.
low eltiiont of New Mexico nave manfully re
sponded to their couutry'a Call and contributed
more than a fair proportion - of devotion to tbe
Union cause lrom the fact that when tha
strife began, and for tometime after it had
been In progress, it was presumed by tbe princi
pal movers of tbe scheme tbat our territory
would loin them In tbelr attempt to null down
tbe pillar ot Ireedoom, and rejoice with them
In tbe midst of tbe reck and desolation produc
ed by their evil machinations. This patriotio
outpouring of men has removed all eause of
ouopiwuu nuiuu may uuve ucen exoned in tbe
minds of. our countrymen In reference to the
position wo occupy in connection wltb tbe war.
A more positive demonstration to our be
loved Institutions cannot be given than that
whloh New Mexico baa lo this meaner shown,
and be it for weal or for woe, this Is tbe peti
tion the will occupy to the end.
An Indian force still remained about Fort
Fillmore, but they have not ventured to come
North of the Jornanda. I am elad. howavar. to
say that our army now in the field ia amply suf-
uuiuu. uu uuij ior vno protection ot our people
North of tbat district, but to expel tbe invaders
from our limits. This will be done as soon As
supplies and transportation can bo accumulated
at Fort Craig in quantities sufficient to answer
tne aeuianut ot the army destined for opera
tions in that quarter.
Ibe military commander haa made anma
wise ana judicious distributions of troops wblcb
remain tor the protection of our frontlerr, du
ring me aosence oi toe lorce cmo oved In the
reoapture of the forta disgracefully surrendered
into tne nanaB ot tne enemies of oor Government.
Arrival of the America.
New York. Deo. 24. The ataamahin Ani.
lea from Liverpool via Halifax arrived hore
this morning, iier news is almost entirely an
ticipated. . - ..... .
The steamship Adrlatio and phvpi-kI nth.n
large steamers, at Southampton, were expected
to be chartered by tbe British Government.
It was stated tbat the British Life Guards had
volunteered for foreign service.. '
The Government was about tb send a number
of non commissioned officers to drill tbe Cana
dian militia. - - a- - a
Geo. L. Schuyler; agent of the United States
Government for tbe purohase of arms In Europe,
is a passenger by the America. : i -.
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Latest from the South.
.uClIQ0??,D?c,24-T,,e Memphis Appeal ef
the 19th has tbe following: - ... V .
Our Richmond corretfpondont Bays that in ad
dition to tbe $250,000 appropriated by the Con
tedcrato Congress for tbe reliuf of the Charles
ton sufferers, the Legislature of Virginia will
appropriate $200,000. Collections alto were
taken in all tbe churches on the 15th. Tbe
correspondent says to such a frightful exteut
has Violence inoroased in Riohmond, tbat tbat
city bids fair to become infamous as ever Balti
more or Naples was: shootitg and stubbing are
every-day occurrences. -.....- .,
' Tbe Appeal publishes telcgrapbio tepbrts of
tbe foreigu news, and remarks: " What will be
the course of the trembling tjrant Id Washing
ton, we are unable to eay; but presume be and
his astute-advisers will refuse to take up the
gauntlet eo fearlessly offered by Great Brit
ain." It thinks tbo action of tbe Federal Gov
ernment will engender such a state of senti
ment in France and England, as will secure a
speedy recognition of Southern independence.
Tbe rebel account of Iba Green River fight
places the Federal lose at seventy five killed
and wounded, and the rebel less at four killed,
and one mortally wounded.
Some exaggeration characterizes the reports
of the losiatCamp Alleghany, in Western Va.,
Gen. Milroy is reported killed, and the Federal
loss eet down at five hundred killed. Tbe
rebels acknowledge' twenty killed and ninety
seven wounded. .; '. -i, .
The Appeal wee rejoiced at tbe movements
of tbe radical abolitionists in Congress.- Sneak
log of the emancipation schemes of Steveos,
Bingham, Sherman and others, ! says; Our
people rather like this species of legislation, in
asmuch as it gains victories for us, which the
bayonet and bullet would be tardy to achieve.
' Tbe Fort Smith News of tbe 12th has dis
couraging news irom the Indian Country. The
Creeks, Cberokees and Scmlnolea are deserting
tbe rebel cause, and large numbers bave joined
Opatbleyhalo, who was encamped ' about Big
Bend, on the Arkansas river, with four thousand
Indians. well armed with rifle?, revolvers and
knives,' and 'naked to tbe waist. . To oppose
tbis force the rebels bad a small force under
Col. Cooper, who was clamorous for reinforce
ments. ' ' " -
i :A battle was dally expecteJ, lisTbe lw6a"rmTeB
were only a few mjlet apart. - ' -t-'-'vai
Tbe flew Orleans Delta of the 17th says;
Tbe naval commander ot the Federal fleet ior
bade the transmission of General Phelps' pro
clamation nihoreand threatened (o fire into any
boats tbat attempted to carry it. - , , t
! The Fort Smith News of the 12th learnt
frOm the telegraph operator at Fayetteville,
that about one hundred Union men have been
arretted at Madison, Carrol oounty..,.-. ,r ,
I The' Nashville Union of tbe 17th bat the
grajiryirg assurance tbat Lincoln's message
bad produced a complete revolution' among tbe
Union- men.' . ' '
.JJS?'81. Legislature "had appropriated
$100,000 for the relief of the Charleston suf .
rerers.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Dec. 24.
.
FLOUR Market dull inif lower! sales 12.400 bhli.t
d vows so for re salad: S3 ttiatt 40 tor nnernaa state:
3 HmS ti for extra state, chiefly $5 S(KB5 0& 3
3 40farsnpeiUnt western : ti SScigiS 79 for aouunon to
medium extra woitern: S3 86 90 for shlpplnv brands
extra round hoop Ohio and OOdlS 75 for Inula brands
no., market closing doll. Canadian nonraniiaaa mar
ket a shade enter, wltb only very saoderato business;
sales 000 bbls at 3 3Mi itt fortapernne) J 30(47
for oommon to ehotoe extra.
BXBVLOUE-Onletand without decided ehansa In
pnoe.
CORN MEAWn fair request with sales of Brandy
Wlneatt3 27K.
WHISKY-Wlthoot Important cbangei sales 430 bbll
at 19J ibxo. -
WHEAT There is soarselv aoytttat'dottiVnlnrket
heary and prloee wlthoat decided aban.. Sale. ef
lo.ouu busnels Obleego spring at ! to I 88; ROW
buihels Uilwaakes elab SI $1 301 3il 1,600 btuhels
choice amber Iowa at tl 33; 13,500 bnihels oommon to
good winter red western at 1 30140; 1,800 bosbelt
whlloUichlanatB143
KXB Quiet and steady, with sales of 1,500 btuhels at
BABXIT-Qulot; sUes of 1.000 basbslt at 70a for
Diaio. . v . . . . i ;-
CORN Nothln of moment doles, and market nomt
nally nncbangedi small sales ara reported at 63xa)
04 for mixed weeura. a-.- - ,.
0T8-Heavy and drooping, with limited salet at 3D
O43o for Jersey, Canadian and state.
VOHK Oontlnuoo steady and poor demand; sales 300
bbls 12 2312 73 for mew: 19 259 for Drlme
BEEF Steady and firm; salee 200 bbls ata4 50 for
couotiy prime; f owo 30 ror eonntry meu fll ftOOBU
for repacked meee; 113 75313 87) for extra Bees.
Prime mess beef quiet and without materiel change In
Ba'tf BAHR Firm at tit 14 10 for western
COT MBATB Inaetira and nominal at Jo for
.uuutuvre ena e(ao lor asms.
IIOOS Diened. Arm wltb sales at 4 2593."" " ' '
BMOKKD MEATS Oulet and etaadr. Tha tltntn
mDt contract was awarded on prlvatt term! for (30 hods
smoked sides
BA0ON Bidet In moderate reqnest; sales 450 boxes st
OVe fnr WOStern lone- ribbed middles: 7ufnrelt auorl
LARD Ksiler!eolM Rnflhhl. at
BUIXEtt Dellkii at llidilSo for Ohio, and 16.20c for
tttaaitaa "
OUKB8B Btaed at &mftn. .
bUOAB Raw. flm with mulinl. knalnau Ar.ir.mt
Sales SVBhbda Onha at TUAII 7nnn ! Br. U at
ii, ,.r a-
in " iniiia on pr irate terms. ;
nviaiin Hnieti nouung or moment doing
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 24.
WU but Tor little ttaita'dnna rw ha ma.. .:
day beyond tbo Oiling of email mall orders, consequently
aiAu a nas perucniariy auu, and a material red no
IIOO in prlCea WOUld ba necaaaar tn In.lnna k.,..-.
5ke hold. Wa leave the quotations as they were
i' a uik lupernneana ismiiy wltb tbe remark
w ,uoj ai. uioroiy nominal.
WIIJBAI-Was less lnanlred for tn.dav anA nin...
were not willing to pay tne figures quoted on Saturday
93c for White, and USa for nul.
COBN Was taken more nadllv at OA..
OA 18 Hare wain adTanoad. and ara Mftaill, tkia
vjtnbxi i trails reaaiiy at teaBMn.
BYB Has a better market at an advance to 43s.
WHIBKY-Was kept at 13Xo, with a good market.
' Oommereiil.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Dec. 23.
FIOtJR The market Is anlte Inutln. lalaa In .nail
Jobblcg lots for white wheat, rant lot from t5 OOa 3 00.
tted wheat at ti 034)4 75.
OOBN-rirm at 34(2 30c! sales of 1000 train an tnrk
at tbe latter figure.
OATB-Bemaln qnlet at 2(2To by the car load. No
salee. - - .
OHBE8B Steady at 5W(l&i." Email aalra to Ml.
trade. . , '
BUTTBRWeitern Keterre' 1. balA ,1'u. H
sales. . - ' .
BGOB Sales of (Vbls at 14c. -
bBKDB Bales of 50 bnib cl..ver wed at 14 13. " '
BEANS Sales Of 0 buah nrlma at a I 77 u and 19 dn
attl-3. ";
rODLTRT Balea of 400 Iba rhlrk-n. at SLi (l
geeeaat40teaeb,and a ebolo lot of dressed turkeys
at 0o. - - . ........... ..... , . ... ,
LAKD Baaget as per qoallty at 0M7Xo
Hog Markets.
COLUMBUS, Dec. 24th.
The price of hogs remained unchanged last evening
at ft 40 on fooland S3 00 net. .
For the last two or three days there hava been about
Qre or ii i hnndred slaughtered per day .
CINCINNATI.
Hogs ara quoted within tha ranre af flrama -an an
Satorday $3 to 3 25 bnt tha market Is very dull.
3 15 Is about tbe figure for the moel desirable weights.
OoDjeoture as to tha future coarse ot the market la en
tirely beyond the skill of the moet experienced In the
vauo, aim ieraiiune are oooaeqaentiy purely epecnla
tiva, but without anv of- tbo nam and .nlrit nan.n.
characterising them. The receipts for two days were not
heavy and do not keeD Dackars anvwhara naar fall am.
ployed. Drovers In some Instanoea are harlng their
Mjv iauGu, , euiug tuai uiej can ae wen auora to sake
the risks of a future market for cored meat as they can
u. auvuii. iv m iue. on iub nogs now. luommcrclal,
41UI,
BUFFALO.
S rested hogs are quoted at 33S3)c for Canadian, with
a sale of 50 at 3X4o, and western at 3(iS4o, according
LOUISVILLE.
The weather has beoome qnlte cold and hit been very
farorable for hog slaughter. We giro the following ex
hibit of the number of hogs slaughtered around the
falle during the present season, with Iht number In
pens: -' ,
No. Killed.
...... 6,012
No. In Pent.
Hamilton At Bro .......
Hoffman. Duncan Co 4.180
667
813
JarviadtOo li.RVl
Oweley a Co..... 8.900
O. WThomuaCo ,,,....10,108 1S5
A. B. White h Co 11.750 . SM
New Albany .... l.OOO - ''..
JeBersonvllle .........i." 0,837 ' " ....
Bv referecce to our statistics wa find that the num.
ber of hog. slaughtered around the falls at tha same
data Iset season was 1HO.07O, against 50.0(10 at the earns
period during the sesaon of IhoV, The ruling rate for
hogs at the corresponding date last season vaa 15 25
net. During the week endlntr December 23. 1660. there
were sold In this market 1508 bble mess pork at IS 59,
and the rnling rates for other provblone were So tor
shoulders, 10c for rib sides. 12o for olean sides, and lard
OXo. There bave been bnt few transactions In hogs and
provisions sinoe oar hut weekly review, tbe rate, for hoge
having declined, the range or the market being from (3
to (3 25 net. There Is ao market for provisions save
with the CKoTornment, whloh Is baying sparing!? here at
present. There bave been ealee ef mess port during the
week at B 5010 per bbl, the latter rate being the top
of the market. Journal, Deo. 23. ;-
ST. PAULS.
Pork has eeme In more "plentifully the But few davt.
The weather, however, bat aot been favorable for slangh
taring heary bogs. A few .mall Iota averaging 130 to
200, bare brought 3 half trade" and half cash. -
Oysters ! Oysters! I
HAS JC8T RECEIVED, AND Witt,
be In dally receipt, by Express, of -t , , h -
FEESH CAB.& ZEQ 0 IS TEES,
Fr?m Baltimore and Fair Haven.
Call at Wagner's Oyster and Fruit Depo', No. 31 East
S'ala street.
sogsitr
Master Commissioner's Sale.
O. Barringer't Administrators,)
- vt. v Superior Court ,
D. O. Dunnuck, etal. )
Br VIRTUE OF AN ORDER 'OF SALE TO MB
- dlraseedrfiwsa the taaeitar Ooort of Franklia ooeuv
ty, Ohio, I will offer Icr- eale at the door, of tha Court
louse in tne city or uoiumous, on , ; g ,. r -r
On Saturday, the SSth daj ofDeoomber, 18G1,
between the hours ot 10 o'clock A. M. anl 4 o'olook P,
11.. the following desorlhed premises, situate In Franklin
eounty, State of Ohio to wit t- The three equal undlrld.
ed raurtn pens or an uie lauoe, icnementa ana water
power leaied by Wayne Srlawold- eating member of the
Board ef Public Worke, to Ohrlatian Barrlnger, and Lorin
Terrlngton by lease bearing date May 1st, 1854, together
With the undivided three-fourth parts ofall the structures,
Improvement! and machinery on said lands and or the
appurtenoncesthe ennto belonging, and of all the right,
benefit aud privileges whatsoever secured by said lease
to said lessee. The premises above referred to ire situate
on the Columbus Feeder at tbe look commonly known at
Fisher's lock, and said promisee are commonly known as
the Oolambas stills.' ' j-. r.
Terms of sale one-half cash on day of sale, one-fourth
In one year, and one-fourth in two yeara, bearing Interest
at 0 per cent., defend payments seoured by mortgage on
premises. - .
, Appraised at f.3.,750. ju'' li.,tl U . a '
N. B. The remaining undivided one-fourth part of the
property will ba sold at the same time a ad plaaand up
on iam. terms. a . ,, T ,
. Appraised at Bi,iou., ,;,..,, ,.. , ,w r,4 (
X f OEOBOB W. HUFFMAN, Shertff, u
t; it a and Muter Commissioner. j
- Printer's fee ti 80-
j aovj7 dlt&wtd,.
I ii i hi 1 1 i ii '.
"t r f n .a .j a j
i -
'- aeoh
' Laces and LmDroidenes,
VAtENCI 6N E8, BI 4.LTE8E ct POrNT
Lace Collars and Setts-' French, Pother and Thread,
Laos Velle (new patterns,) Valencienea, Thread sod
Point Laoee, Embroidered Oollera, Betta, Trimmings and
Bklrtt, moo Barbee anauoinaree, ruun jjinen oiiate,
ettt and Cuffs, Embroidered Oollart and Ouffs la Bett
BAX9 BOS,
j
J
i
!
STEAM
; i
BOOK
ANV JOB
ti
PRINtINO ESTABLISHMENT
Hiving Increased Its already
EXTENSIVE
i it ,U,.H j
PAOILITIKS'
'i .- fi.-.. -, a..-; f
It fully preparsd to ixtcute in Iht
MOST'E LABOR ATE MANNER,
t1. i
A i.
AXB HI .
THB LATBtT STYLES,.
OAtAtoatns, i
I BILLS LADIMO, -BILL
HEADS,
" K0XX8.
( DRAFTS, - '
0HX0KS,
-IROrJlABJ,
Y PAMPHlITS. J J
, LITTER HEADS,
- LIQAL BLANKS,
, DRAT BBCJEITTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ErtVBLOPIS.'
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
; Aui every descrtpHon of - - .
" LETTER PIIG8S PRINTING, '
to any xstabllshmsnt In the state, and upon
tennttbloh win compart favorably with the
loading lattera Printing Bootes.' . . '
Xlaring every yaolllty tc aid -TJa
m the raonuoTioN or
ELEGANT POSTERS
"AID
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOUT CARDS.
Wa offer oar services to all who may desire that class
oft
i7
Vt' WaajaeJl'jtiafliMe' ar-. a.-jw
; We bar oohntoted with tor Establishment a
BLASK . BOOK BESDEBYJ
From wbl
wa produce the
AMD TBI MOOT
t..tt
8 rv.
BAIL B0A9 BIAHK BOO
. OUE TABLISHMENT
Is to baadmltted
LTTTlFi Ia-A.H.OIZ:ST
THE V08T
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AND Tfll tlOST
PERJFEOT IJf ORGANIZATION
, tf.rl
In this City, and we may add,
WE' WILL FAVORABLY COMPABE
i
WTTH ANV
Printing; Heaae In the treat.
RICHARD NETINS,
- r-'r-".- - PROPBDETOB.
HUNNKWELL'S - ? .T :
UIITKRSAL ' '
: J COUGH REMEDY.
For all Throat and Lena Oomnlalnia. Inoladne-. with
atost perfect resoltav Waooruit) Oooaa, Csmomo awe
Cosutow Oooeats, BBowoaua am Taraoaw Oottrunm,
always forerannen ef Consumption. At a Booth wa
nnorit new oo taper tor. Freed sroen all Opiate or
BmeUo properties, may ba waed by most delicate eonstl:
rations, and with perfect eonAdenoe. .
HUNNEWELL'S : - v f . .
7; j CELEBRATED -'
.V V v TOiU ANODYNE.
Tn OKKaToer NaTrnut OrtATa ever offered to the
world, containing not a parUete of Oplnnv, nor any sob
llano bnt Its strictly vegetable and medical pro pert lea.
A re Remedy for Httmanau, BtrroaUTnm, floor,
Toora ana Baa Aon, OaTaJtaa, Boeaoa Hav Fwraa,
and all aslnor NorvoatOosnplainta. v
Fob Loot or Busns and Headache tn all its varsstiea.
It hat ao eqoal. and to which most ah doubted ttsmaonl
als ar offered. . ,e .. .
Fob Dxuniint TajqtrM It la a meet perfect reaaedy. -Fob
Bowm. Ooaiaum. after nasorins tha pain It acei
as a physio, most Important ooctrast with the oonsUpa
tory effects of Opium. . . . .
To PIvtMao. rormalas aad Trial Bottles will be sent.
and to Dealer or Inwalkr deeorlpttve pastphlet wltheat
'poetage-etamp.T- - -.-.r-..u
Prepared wader the special Mparvtvloa af - -
iv . ; i.j , v " ' ouiinrrajr WaasiaoswTisv, ? "
. :" to 9 Commerelal Wharf, Boston, Katt
To whom (lean direct all ectnmanlcetlont. .v;
Prlosa rre Coogb Bcmedy, 50 cents per bottle
, ,, bsaaii , 25 ' ;
r, , ion Anodyne, ,..ao , -
For sal by the usual wholesale and retail dealers.
everywhere. ' - -i 1
tueaiiTBa naaiusia, , ,,, n. d, haki-b,
JOHN B, COOK, .i - - M. DBNIO, '
8. DBN1Q a 60NB, v A. I. BCHUBLLIR A BON,
aajl7-wlv i t t -Agent for Oolumhoa, Ohio-
ABAAEJAiAA . IB MSUO. t
B.Bichards, Gdau Ac.
f , 1 I a I t -
-i - va. '
( fjonuaon Pleas -1 ' " i
3 i.
Jaoob Flodt.
VIRTUE OF. AN ORDER OF SALE TO MB
rooted from the Court of Oommon Plea, of Frank
lin teanty, Ohio, I will offer for sal at thrdeor of the
Court Houae, la theOlty erf Colunrt,on -
featnrday, tbe 18th day ef Jann'ary," 'jjb. 1869,
be twee tb houre of IS o'olook a. and B 'eleek p.
so louewing aesennea real eeetie, to wn:
r Let No. thraa (3), la tb townO. Boms Prairie town
Ship,. In tn oouaty of Franklin, and State of Ohio.
Also, 40 acres, mare or lest, whloh said -Jacob flodt
bought ef John W. Baker. " " ' ; v.'.
i Appraised at Lot Nv S, Hg800,0 i l-vtrtw
f ...... .40 aoret, t)21.00 per acre.
f.v J 1. . 0. W. HOFFMAN, Bherll.4
Printer's fees 3 75.
novle-M
TtH;E OHIO STATESMAN
-Court
;
TUEI
FMliJII
AND .
BLANK BOOK MAKUPACTOaVe
BPLENDIDLY IltlTIPBB wrrH
IMPROVED; MACHIHEET
... A M D "'
8TB AM POWER. ,
N. W LBFAVOR, Supt:
'NOB. 32 34, 30, 38 NORTH HIGH (TBBBT,
siatcaniam BnJldinr Beceacl rioer.
: ever . neTina'a state steam .
PrlatUasT Reetat.
BXTRA. SUBSTANTIAL
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Headings, ea Superior Paptr
RULED AND BOUND
. To any required Pattern.
ST ATB DEPARTMENTS,
' ' RAfXBOAD Of FIOES, .
BANKINO HOUSES.
00TJNTT OFFICES,
i ' " ' BIBXJHANTS,
- Famished at Iba Lowest Prices-
BOOK BINDING,
By the Edition or Single Volume
btaoaAnes.
uonthltttjdlioations.
i' ' . V PAMPHLETS,
' PAPERS,
- ' Bound In any Required Style. "
BipmO AtDD RE-BIKDING
For Public and Prlvatt Libraries. ' " "
Orders from abroad will reeslrt nromnt and enaeiai
attention. Address,
J. H. RILEY, . or. N. W.LEFAVOR.
Bookseller a.d BUtlcner, Superintendent
13 sontn uign ntreet. - rranklln Bindery.
novI4-Sffl
C. EBERLY& COv
-
DRY GOODS AT COST,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF fHB HIGH PRICB OF
Cotton, and the recent advance In Dry Ooods and
tbe expiration of our copartnership, we will, on and af
ter the 20th day Deoember, offer onr etock of Dry Ooods,
Hats, Ca, a, Boot and Bhoee at eoet.er leee than New
fork wholesale prloes, and will continue nntU the en
tire etock Is closed ent.
The Grocery and Product Buslnrsswlll ba continued
tn ouanew building.
Tbe B tore-room wa now occupy will he for rent, and
possession glvsn on the first day of April, 1 80S, by Cyras
Kbsrly. - .
The Store-room Is 91 by 22 feat; tbe building three
stories high, and situated on tne southeast corner of
High and Friend streets, Oclumbus, Ohio.
- 0. BBEBLT a CO.
decl8-d3w , -
NEW GOODS
P. ROSE'S.
HAV1NU JCST BETDBNED FROAT
New York, I am now prepared to offer to the publlo
a most excellent aaeortment of OOODS FOR OENTS
WEAR, inch as
CLOTHS, .
CASSIMEREB,
VE8TIONS,
And a general auortment of
FURNISHING COODS,
of the rlrhest and neatest styles tn the msrket; all of
wnien X am selling at tbe OHBAPEST POBBIBLB
JtATKB IUB UABU-
TTT Special Attention Paid to Mill.
sarjr utiiccra' sjioining;.
Having had long experience In the Cut and Manufac
ture ot u ulcers' uiotnmg. I feel conndent I can giro en
tire satisfaction to all my patrons.
P. ROSE,
' Merchant Tailor,
' Cor. High and Town B treats,
novlt-tf Oelnmbat,Ohto.
NEW GOAL YARD
TP HE UNDERSIGNED KERPt OW.
.A.BIANILJ pa bant, and for tala, the best qoallty of
HOOKING GRATE COAL,
whloh ht will sell at the lowest market s rices.
Call and examine say Ooal belor purchasing els,
where.
Office at iht store of Bradford, Bujdsm A Co., bead
of Canal.
D. F. 8UTDAM
tepSO-Sm
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Bamael Persons' Executors)
vs. superior Court.
John K.Heylet all. )
DTVIRTCE OF AN ORDER OF SALS
JJ to me directed from the Superior Conn of Franklin
Ooanty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the
uourt House, in tbe etty of Oolumbna, on
Saturday,- tbe 28th day of Deoemblr, A. D.
IBM,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. and 4 o'clock p. ar,
the following deeorlbed real estate, situate In the ooanty
of Franklin and Stat of Ohio, to wit: Lots Not. eeven,
(7) eight, (8) nine (9) and ten. (10) of John and Henry
Miller's subdivision of lots Not. ehihty-clne, (80) ninety,
(90) and ninety one, (91) of Crosby's addition to out-lot
seat of Oolambas, as delineated on the plat tht-eof, re
corded In volume one, page seventy, ot the rt cord of plats
Appraised Lots Nos. 7, 8, at $300 00 each.
O. W HUFFMAN, Short
and Muter Commissioner,
Printer t feee g,00.
novl7-dlltwtd
, Master Cominissioner'a Sale.
A. Whiting and 0. B. Partont,!
Xxecntorsof Q. Swan, I Doc. 3. p. 209. -va.
I Buperlor Court.
Amos J. Forbes st si. J
BT virtue of an order of sale to me directed, from tha
Superior Court of of Franklin oonntr, Ohio, I will
offer for eale at the door of the Court Hons, In tha
city 01 uoinmoas, on
Saturday, the 28th day of Deoember, 1861.
Between the hours of 10 o'clook A. M. and 4 o'olook P,
M-. tbe following deeorlbed premise, to wltl
Part of lot No. 2, of Baker and Mltoh.ll's subdivision
of oat-lot No. 22, Columbus, Ohio, beginning at tbe
southwest oerner of said lot No. 2, at the northeast oor
nerot the intersection of Mound and Seventh streets;
theno saatwardly on Monnd street on hundred and
twenty leet to a private aliey; thence northwardly by
said alley to the middle of said lot No. 2: theno weet
wardly paiallsl with Monnd street to tbs front on Bsv.
nth street; thence southwardly on Seventh street to the
plant of beginning.
Appraised at $1000.
. . G. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
k ' " ' l hqd Master Commissioner.
Printer's fees J 00.
novlO-dltfcwtd
"SnerLff Sale. '
Peter A. Pressler
" -. ) Dot. 3, p. 859, .
J Superior Court,
. vs.
. Thomu Daniel,
BT.TIKTCE OF Alt ORDER OP BALE
to mo directed, from the Buperlor Court af franklin
Couutv, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at th door of the
Boose, In th city of Odium bos. Ohio, on '
Saturday, tbe 4th day of January, A. D. 1863,
between th hoar of 10 o'clook A. M. and 4 o'clock
P. M., the following lands and tenements, situs t In
th eounty of Frankllii. Bute of Ohio, and tn th town
of Wotthlngton, and known and aeseitbed at follow, t
Tb aotta aal third -para r la-lol sum bsv ninety
two (92), a. dletlntoishsd tb erlainal ana reajrded
plat of the town of Werthiogton, ke east Franklin oonn
tr, Uhlo, being the same preesiae conveyed rw said
Theodore t. Taller end tobrloa ale wit, to said iBomsa
Daalel, by deed dated August Wife, A. D. 1855, ,
Appraise, at gww iaj. -. v
9. IT. HUFFMAN, Shsrll.
Prtnlar'sfessSSOO.
BovtrMltttwtd
of
Sheriff's Salo, '
ato.OereaOe. ' "
Wuhl,to;-.lpa3B'.,Op,",f0-rt' -?
TJTTIUTTJ1! OP A WRIT Or viva
James Lindsay, and naw oooupM byVa.. Ward ett
Monday, tbe 30th day of Dember, A. D. 1861 '
tto-ZfT ii if "" MlnrtDt eh,ul
Oaa Wheat llrlll ..a V l aa ' t.A '
w o' ,w ""--p". awaine, one two-aoree
r1Vw-hi2.8'n, W0"1 lnl ease tbe proper
Q. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff
PrlaUr's feet S6.30
deelO-dtd
By Bp. Bavi. Dept
GREAT CUR!
D". LELAND'S ' '
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
l&emttira, -Goat 'and KeurafariBt '
- AMD A SURE OUBl FOB,'
All Mercurial DLseaseY.
It Is eatmvaniMii.' a . . ...
leatad 7 " omon. oontaining a mod-
Sil f??.PBnd'. ? a round the Walst.Vliho u t
ffeouof M.rcury. m" ecaao. tZg?"?"
jnypartof '0
nVJ? VWT, ETttr Tot,. I
n & C0- Bo, Proprietors. J 1
N. i DescrlpHvaCirenlar. a.n,
in 1 Wi " ll0Bna Oolambusl O.
h2B-lyIs0,ijtp.aw ' "
INTERESTING
TO EVERY READER,
TL".!" 'ndleptitBbl) fact, thst If any person wants one
A of those eomrortahla i-inm u .WS K.4..H
, MARCUS CHILDS'S.
IrSaTSb1 noT ?fn0WJ?J0 0M ef
CAFITAL CITY ARCADE,
Opposite the State House .
Ton will Bod then theie In all colors, kent h.
MARCUS CHI CDS.
Aroadet Bosh In and von .u, a ..L '.1 U'F.V"1'
, MARCUS CHILDS'S.
Y .hJ2fi.'i? ,n WMlt of ANTS and VE3T8. and
there le but one eeUbli.hment In the West where
Pantt and Vests ar to be bad In aUishe
styles, quantity and q-jlltle.. and ST'
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE .
Dlti8 armJ.? t of PfBNIsn
IHB e,OOD8, partlcolarly In WOOLEN fill -TK
which nu on Snd In-Bed, whl to .d Tin?," ,Uh, '
oiiiaLtlll AttUADG,
Superintended by Marcus chllds.
iirl''nl'T "0c.lt "P'ing alitor, of
ra?.nd iatn!"''"? "Uk Vel' r'"h Vest
togs, and yen will surely meet with a good fit l.y purchs.
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
MIiLTF,ltNTLEMaBIT;wl',n they eoavti. this
city, as strai.gers, and w ah to i-t i DNirntv 1,
Is to their best sd vintage to call at ' UH"0M, it
MARCUS CHILDS'S,
Where a Urge assortment of BLUE OL0TH and other
U IUVTI DBill m
Marcus Childs's,
Proprietor of that extensive business locality,
' M 85 HIGH 8THF.FT,
oc7-dflm Wi,",WIIh.
MAI.DWU.ii STORK
JUST RECEIVED BI
WM. A GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
One 01 the Larftet and Best blotted Astwrt
OF ' . .
BVBB OFFERED IN THIS CITT!
Boose Butters' Furnishing
. c? .
iW BVBRT STTLB AND QUALITY. 4 '
French A American
W"irtcl.ow aiase
PAINTS OROrRD IN Otg,,
and pit op la half pound cant fnr family ate, and Diy
Paint in bnig.
Brushes ot every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
OAKR1ASE materiads. -
AXES (IRINDS TONES, dto.
. OUN8, PISTOLS, SHOT, io. '
nSHINO TACKLE,
ROPE k cordage;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER . k
' BELTINa
W EDGES, MAULS, JTJMPS, . .
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, fte., - c :
- SCALES; BELLS, CHAUNB -
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
l tepeelaliy Invite the attenUoa of all fnteveeasd to a,.
stook of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED FOR K, ' '
Table, Desert, and . Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, t&c.,-:
BOOBBBb A' BrlO'S. Manufacture, Warranted to be
extra hi vy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Mechanic, and otlwra, ar Invited
0 oall and txaaUw aay Stook, as I am prepared to sell
holesale and Retail, , WfllA. CILL '
Columbus. Ohio, May 8. 1800. . - - '
B&m c sou
-.FFEH th
t ExaaBBtw-m -Sa.,
Bwntef...-, . . .... .. ... .... .2
Brown and Bleaoned Cotton Flannels: .
" . " Muslins; '
Barnslsy Cottoa Sheetings; - . - V
- Be Vet Style of Celtcu'. end Dalalaes: J '
Tleklnge, Shlrttnea, ainghams,
1 -And Cottoa Beltings. - - -t- 1 . ...
Also, Blankets, Flanneto,
Oasshncsia, Cloak Cloth, eto, etc. .
Mack below regular prices. . -, .-. f
BAIN A SON,
eeUI tt South Hlgb Btreat.

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