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SPECIAL NOTICES'
Notice to Ffarsiciaue and the Pukllo.
AIL000K'4 POROUS PLASTERS,-TESTIMONIAL.
-"T. luooec Co., Ho. 394 Canal street, New York,
Nov.SDth; 1859-aontlenieu: I.Jatoly tuffered severely
horn a weakness 14 my buck, ocSitlotied by suddenly
overexerting myself. Having beard your platters boob
reoomaended for cases of thle kind, I prooured one, and
the rosult was all tbal J oiuld desire. A alngle plaster
eureu ma in a wek. . . . , Yours respectfully, ;-. ,
'-; 3, 0. bkiqoI, -
Proprietor of the Brandrelh Ilouia, Now York.
There la nothing tqnal In the way of a plaatar to (he
Porout Platter of Mr. ALLCOOK. In Asthma, Coogh,
Kidney AiTootiont, and local deep atattd paint, they
afford permanent relief; and for weak hacks, paint in
the tdt, tlltoheiind spasmodic paina generally, they
are unaarpaued for the benefits they Impart. Price 55
cents each, Principal office 894, Canal ttreet. , ... ',
Bold by ; Jobs, B. Coot, Druggist, Columbut. and by
all NIDMlUhll dmlnra In mail n ' ' I
deo24-dfcwlm
1 Slight CilI,Coitfih,
rJfcua.tacn.i'.afi, or gfat
JzJktcnt, whivh might le
chezked uiiK. d simple rem
. ed-li, if rniecled. often ter
minates seriously. ... Few are aware of
the impcrianci 'fi stopping a ytfauQ.h. or
flight 'pcliL in-its first stage ; that
wliioh- in the beginning would yield ' to
a mild remedy, f not attended to, coon
attacks the lungs. ' .
inert first ' introduced eleven years ago.
It has been proved that they are the beat
artUlt befors the puUlo for aug.he,
rfsaiaa, Jgf fanchjjtL, J&tima,
AaaLcW-fifL.Ute HackmarGoitcrhin. I
Munliitccn, and numerous affections of I
the yjhfaat. mmnrr immedsite relief
IttbUc Speakers and Singers,
will find them effectual for clearing and
strengthening the voice. ,
Bold by all Qrvggisia and Qealero in
Jrfedioine, at 5 cents . per box.
for tale, wholesale or ntall, by
.. , .-' 0. E0BBBT8, Oiuggltt,
IdtclD-dtwOm . North High.. rcet,'
TO MARRIED MEN, -
Of Thoae Contemplating Carriage.
THI nndertlgncd wlllalvelnformatlon on a vmi.
Urullng and important tohjeet, which wlil be rais
ed mora than a tbonaand timet Its cott by every married
coupie 01 any age or condition In life.
at
at
oenU (tttver) and one red ttamp.
All letlera ihould be addreticd to
'' ' X ' U.S. MOttRIS, M. .
ael3I-ly3Uwdw Botton.Maa.
STOVE
S.
mm
STOVES
j : CALL AT
J. L. CSLL & SON'S
WIIS77" BIiOCK,
NORTH HIGH STREET,
' . . . "
1 . AND BEE ma LARGEST STOCK,
THE CHEATESr VAHIBTY,
AND
T8B MOBT BEATJTIPOL PATTBBNB
( . I 0
STOVES
I rar offered to- the ellltena of Columbni.
. , TIIIY HAVB
COOKING STOVE8 FOR COAL,
- COOKING STOVE3 FOR WOOD,
AND
COOKING STOVE3
l For either Wood or Coal.
COOKING STOVES
Tor Large Famlliea or 8ma11 families, and varying In
Price from
r"" Twenty-Five,
PARLOR STOVES,
Of every Pries, Site and Variety, for Coal or Wood.
DINING-ROOM STOVES,
HALL STOVES,
r.'i , Of many Patlerni.
FITTING-ROOM STOVEs".
; ' ii v STORE-ROOM 8TOVES. , ;
The InfonnaUnn
win tw k. n . m. I ""
1 M,0n th W
at
the
the
tbe
n
iy
on
of
high
to
wsr,
its
'A
cits
win
me
wss
:
uo
was
troops
take
all
ers
Lord
Three Dollars tO One Hundred and
cars,
,
took
Rev.
were
reply
eu
was
t
aua
and
to
' It
tinned
:
mat
Dayton
fluence,
mepire
asserts
peace
same
return,
eaea,
same
of
says:
at
Federal
"Are
They
the
of
been
oase
.The
time
land
perhaps
part
an
Biuk
hand
rather
NoTvS2"1North High Street,-:
7 I
Houses
tbe
J r o n 1
. ll." lllll & SOI!. ,,MM
receded
The
publishes
mala
OFFICE STOVES. ,
I s
-A.rra0.3r Stoves,
- ' - Both Cooking and Beating. - -
Tbe
Llgbteet'and
most Portable
offered, to the
Tent Stove ever
Officers of our Great Army.
FU R;N ACES,
Vor Tfeatlnl DWtlllngs. Charehes, Btore roomt,or other
, v, large Buildlogt. w ' ,
LAUNDRY STOVES,
' y ,l -for I-mlly V or Hotels.
1 s 1 1 1 1 - I .
MOTT BdliERS'.f"''' ; ".
AGRICULTURAL BOILERS,
SUGAR EVAPORATORS,
nl .
1 ., T P.
SUGAR KETTLE3
HOLLOW WARE,. ;,l
""bOGG? IRONS,'
SAD IRONS,
TAILORS
1 U,
GEESE,
ind many olier artlelefuot any other man."
Uj call and deb.
v CCLUMBUS, OHIO.
BOvSS-tf
lAHOT purss SILKS,
JP .. . lASOlf DHK88 8ILR8,
IANC? DHEbU BILKB, v
We art now offering oar Immense ttock of Fancy Drea
Mike at prions leu Uian aver before offered la this oily,
Ybo attenUon of the ladlet of Oils olty and vtoinlty It
aoUoltad, as our ttock la very select and complete la all
(rede of goods In tbls line. PJtlJt B r.AIN,
nor
Ro. 89 loath Ulgt street.
fLljt'(D)w Statesman
; FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. 27, 1861.
THE LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The American Question in
England.
THURLOW WEED WRITES A LETTER
TO THE LONDON TIMES.
Washington Items.
Latest from Missouri.
&c. &c. &c.
&c. &c. &c. Arrival of the Niagara.
St. Johns. N. F.. Den. Q4 Th Nln.
Tiom Liverpool 14tb, Queenstown 15tb, patsed
""J"J """ ""
London. Deo. 15. The Patrio lava It in n
Bcrted that France and the Great Powers have
oeen consulted Dy ure&t Britain, and have ex
pressed me opinion that the conduct of CaDtain
III m , ..!..! ... r 1 . . r
iia naa riumwuu 01 too rigOIB 01 Deu
trala.
Livehpool, Dec. 14, Tho Cotton. Brokers'
urcuiar reports tbe sales of cotton for the
wees si oo.uuu Dales, market firmer and ad
vanced. Advices Irom Manchester ucfavora.
ble, Market very dull. Breadstaffj generally
London, Deo. 14 Conaola clnad -io,!
i)0-JO. Money-Ballioa in tbe Bank
EukUdU tucreased 128,000.
Haunx, Doo. 28 The Niagara has 20,
000 in specie, aud 351 troops lor Halifax.
The 8. 8, Anstralasian, which left Liverpool
with twelve hundred and fifty troonn. & flni.i
buttery, large quantities of ammunition, stores,
''6 4u"m.B u nuiuiuuiiion, stores.
Hefga.,- .to., for North Americs, also arrived
tiauiax tais morning.
The West India mail has taken to England
news of the escape of the Sumter from
Martinique; as also that on tbe 28ih of Nov.
Sumter captured the American ship Mont-
uiurcuoi, irum newport, England, with coal for
St. Lawrence, but released her on tbe re
ceipt of a bond from the Captain promising to
na nnn .1 - .. o
,vuu kumo uiuuius auer peace was pro
The British war steamer Cadmus bis arrived
ot. 1 nomas to proteot vessels azaiost
another Trent affair.
Ohiat Britain The attitude of, and Dre-
nmiuug VJ UUKIHQU, BUOW DO CDaDgS.
The London Times edi.oriullv
lowing story: During tho visit of the Pfluce of
waies 10 America, wr. Heward took advantage
an entertainment to the Prince to tell tbe
uuxeoi newcastie ne was likely to occupy a
effioej that, when be did so it would be
come bis duty to insult England, and be sbonld
insult ber accordingly.
Tbe Times accumulates evidence of a long
wjcuducu lutoutiuu uu iue part 01 ivir, Seward
do England an iDiurv.
la auoiber leader on International affairs the
Times advises tho Fedoral Government to mnke
in time, Deiore it is committed to a trlble
viz., with tbe Confederates, tbe British, aud
own Abolitionists.
telegram from Brussels of tbe 12th to the
limes, says mere is a rumor in diplomatic oir
mat mediation in the American conflict
ee ouerea Dy King Leopold.
The Morning Post says ibtra is no truth in
rumor tnat uen. Scott's sudden return borne
the theme of much speculation. It was
generally reported that be bad some tort of a
mission from the French government to the
Washington Cabinet.
Tbe Herald's Paris correspondent fays that
uau ti mag interview wun xvi. i nouvenal
oetore nis departure.
Tbe general impression in financial circles
tbal General Scott carried out a momentous
communication from tbe trench government.
is estimated that about twelve thousand
are to Da sent to Canada, to be ready to
the field. immediately on landing.
The British government continued to charter
available steamers.
Two battalions of "the British Guards were
expected to sail on tbe 18th inst. in the steam
Adriatlo and rarana,. under command of
r.raulest.
Orders have been inaiipd Inr tha hat mm..
fwture of two thousand pack-saddles and a pro
portionate nuoiner ot ambulance wagons and
for dispatch to Canada.
Tbe United Prayer Meeting at Exeter flail
plaoe on the 12th iust., as announced.
Baptist Noel and other ministers partici
pated in tbe proceedings, and fervent prayers
ouerea up ior peace, juorci snalteebur;
declined to attend the meeting, stating in bis
to an invitation, that it would be interpret-
as a cioasea recuse ot me Brlilan govern
ment, and iavor the opinion that tbe country
united in this serious question. He com
mended the purpose ot the meeting, but thought
wuuiu oe ueuer carrieu into eueot Dy private
ooDgregauonai means.
At a meeting of tbe Congregational Board
resolutions were adopted deprecating hostilities
calling for arbitration, If diplomacy falls
aeuure peace.
was asserted that prince Nanoelon enn
to argue against tbe recognition of the
southern states, and that he wi Icstrumental in
causing Gen. Scott to go to Washington.
Tbe Paris correspondent of the Post asserts
peaoeiui anticipations prevailed among tbe
Americans la Paris, and says that Minister
and Consul Bleelow used all th in.
oomblned with that of Gen. Soott, to
coucuiaiory councils at waeblogtuu. He
that the trench -government desires
Detween England and America. The
writer also, in reference to Gen. Seott
says it is not impossible that Franoe, if
may oecome mo memator, and at tbe
time tne taws 01 neutrals be revised, pro
vided England, according to the wishes of other
European governments, agrees to a modification
the existing code.
The Paris correspondent of the London Globe
M. Thouveoal'a dispatch to M. Meroier
Washington is known tu have confined the
Executive to the simple dilemma:
the Southerners belligerents or rebels?"
have been flatly retused any rights In
first capaoity, and in the second the right
asylum, acquired by political refugees has
set at naught, and Franoe must make tbe
oi tbe Trent substantially her own.'
Paris Press says Gen. Scott's mission ap
pears to have been arranged so as to allow him
to fulfill It befom the ultimatum of Eng.
is remitted to the Federal government, aud
to modify tbe nature of this step on the
of England, Tbe Pays asserts, on the
oontrary, that tbe English ultimatum will be of
absoluts charaoter, ' " -
fttancE. Tbe monthly statement of the
of France shows an Increase of cash on
of nearly 40,000.000f. Bouiss heavy,
than lower on the 13th inat. H.nt..
r10"660' '
The eruption of Mount Vesuvius continued.
were falling in Terre Del Greco, aud
village was in immediate danger of de-
wy Liava. ah communication Detween
'n " Tiolnltyand the mountain were
in aua J V. Aiaflt UJO BC OaO
fifty Meters.
JtfH.-AI.ln in Japan were unsatisfactory.
European-representatives - were - awaiting
Instructions Irom their Government., j
at
hi.
ia
and
our
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u
was
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and
off
wi
the
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In
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Mason
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ready
LATER.
LivisJooi.-; Deo. 14 Thr London times
letter from Thurlow Weed, the
objeot of whloh li to deiend the American
government,- end Mr. Seward In particular,
bridge
I
uigut.
in
from alleged hostile Intentions toward England
J J 1 I t.L I. .
uu aiBoiaims on nenau or ait. Haward nnv on
friendly foelings or intents toward her;
eajs ma. me tnreai oi insuitiug England whloh
rar. Buwara maae to tne Duke of Mew Castle
was merely idle talk or badinage.-' '
Mr. Weed ssyi be believes if Enaland'g dla.
patch Lord Lyons is peremptory la tone, it will
meet wiiu peremptory reiusal. tie appeals for
moderate councils on both sides, as the only
maau-j Ar -. t ..in t..
lAlWl-UUU Ul HTUlUllig A CUlllBIOUe
The Timea AditneiAll finmmAn r.tl nn Ua
- - -"J vvMtmvuau vie 4.TJ.L
Weed s letter ,;and says be has made (the cause
of his client and his country considerably worse
iuuu uo iouna it. too Times says Uuglsnd
asks nothing from America but that she shall
aostaiu irom actual outrage, or that if It Is
Guinmuiea, mat sue snail make reasonable rep
aration. Ifehe will do this, it is well, li
not, the alternative will cot come In tbe desired
(orm ol protracted negotiation.
The Command In CMaf nf II. a fnrnoa
Canada will remain in tbe hands of Sir Fen
Wick William..
Additional orders were Issued on the iza fur
regiments to be beld In readiness.
No oavalrv or horse artillerv will 0n in Pan
ada before spring.
I ne war prenarations were renreaonled an nn
a duis wpico wouio. nave astouisaed poople in
ante-Crimean times.
Tbe Paris correspondent of the Times says
that General Scott has gone back with the in
tention of enlightening the Washington Cabinet
lueas or me rrencn uovernment. He
Is, doubtless, acquainted with the opinion of the
Emperor i and that (snot fnvnpAhia tn P,niiH.
- - . . - - BHW.W IVVtU
tiiucoin-s poucy. uenoral Soott will nrnhnhi.
convlec his oountrymen that they cannot count
vu .uu uiurai support ot rrauoo.
i ne man agent of tho Trent was received by
the Royal Yaoht Club. He narrated tha nip.
o instances of tbe seizure of Maton and Slidell.
kiIiIaU J:iB . . . .... '
wuitu uiuerca in almost every detail from
counts published in Amerlejn journals.
jne iiondon Herald takes atrono omnn,l
against the Dailv Neva' inrnm.,,t i,. r,n.
of arbitration, aud says negotiations can't be
iimeucu io, wnue Mason and Slidoll are prie
onerp; and opposes such settlement lu toto,
From Washington.
[Special to the Tribune.]
Washington. Dec. 2.ri.-Thi. mr.,;,. hi
Mercler, French Minister, called at tbe State'
Department, but failed to see tbe Secretary,
" nna nu lull .u .lllCb UieGLIUP. IT. Id .Anla..
tured that his Duroose was to oommniiii. t;.
instructions received by the Americs, and that
these instructions embraoed an nrwnt nnnai t
the United States to peacoably adjust tbe matter
with England.
A dlSBlter from Ontrnvllln nnn I. i.
day, says that recently portions of several regi
ments were removed thence 10 Fairfax. Cen
treville he calls imoreenahln. .n(i ni i.. j
feuded by not less than one hundred thousand
meo. Ihe whole armv had bein fnr h...
i. . . . . - z -
eeaa in aanv cxneotatlon nl An nfinr.li- h. n
McClellan, but after waiting eo loDfr in vain!
hail aatfl.J .L. - ,i . ..
had settled Into the oonvictinn that ., -,...Ta
be no advance made this wlnt.r and
making preparations to go into wlntor ..a.-
ThtMri. ..L.! - -f--.
i.. " . .7 -""i
log log huts and making .hemae! mmf,,.,.
able, expectins thev will not bedinfurhpH hnfnrA
opruig.
Geu. Sumner's irturiea ar mnm i:i ii,.n
first supposed; bis spine sufftred so severe a
auuea. ironi me iftii tnat it Is thought doubtful
W v.wuv.a M kug yunjij
rlra? aro al9? MwnUDg. 0 deserter., build-
whether he shall ever .rain h .H ,n
hn, ii i... " I,. r . """"
uiauurae. lie naa Deen relieved at h i nwn
quest from the command of hi divi-inn .m,
for tha nreaant .n.lBnH ,
who retains bis own dirlam ate? "
[Herald's Correspondence.]
A part ol Uen. lleintzelman's command l.
ebratcd Christmas by going in search of tbe
Late laetDlght information was received that J
reoels wete about to collect a quantity of
tei'.1 fli? WM
, i z lv wuuivu, ouu ii uaion iroopa
would show themselves on Pohick Hill. ih
enemy would probably be there to give thtm
battle. Aocnrdlnp . ani-li, ikl. r I
regiments ot Infantry, the One Hundred and fifih
rentsflvanla. Col. Kn eht. tha Sin.ii,u
Pennsylvania, Col. Haves, the Th!rt. r.ih
Kaw York, Col. Hayman, the Third Michigan.
vuauiiu, wiiu vapt. Deamis's battery
two squadrons of the First New Jersey cav
alry, tbo whole in command of Gen. Jamison,
(""uvu uiuug uiu leiegrapn road to fohlck
Church, twelve mile3 from Alexandria. Whn
troops reached the bill they were drawn uo
11... nf k.,tl. A . A m . . . r
j.u. ui ui,i.iu. n cijuaa oi renet cavalry
seen on a bill a mile or more tn tha riant.
battery waB immediately placed in position,
one shot fired at them. Thev acan.nep.rt
in a moment. Our forces waited a couple
uuuio, uuu uuiuiug more we eesn of the
reoeis. l ne rebel n g wa? found floating from
Pohick Church, and Gen. Jamison, finding that
oi
enemy was not disposed to accent the .
nortunltv for a Bklrmish. retired. ' r
'
[Herald's Correspondence.] [To the Associated Press.]
IVnaN. n orti.. a m
1 wiaiiiu wai a vvv aaw. A LID AASfcT -IllilCHr HI I
ih.Pi,ifi...nn .... .11 -..V.. ii I t-ii.
.u .cuibiub quiet av 1
Panama aud throughout the Isthmus. The re-
recognition of tha Moeqnera government
t. n A nt 1 hnr( tloa nf Porta m a mnnw. u it.
11T I .L u,r , . "UJ "ve iu
tranqnlllzed the publio m od and nruduffiid
general feeling of security not experienced for
years.
Dispatobes from Commander Ridlp. rm .tni,
ui - nn . : " -
uo oii oi itxae, nave also beeureoeived, and
which it appears that early in Draembcr he
CAptured tbe Eoglish flchooner Victoria, of I la
seventvtwo tonp. from Pninr. T.k.i -i.k .
. :' " . i."
earanea from tha rh1 anthnrli v..t
ii i j t-,. uiuK ruu 1,
4 UU ,oow, waa sent 10 fi.ey was
PHI. Davpn fit thnaA nn Knai1 tnk . V. . . u I ui.
alleaianoe. and nix worn dntnin.l
The schooner Eueene. on tha 9th. vs. aTbh
1 ... " . '
overnauiea, out was permitted to depart, no
contraband articles being found on board. Tbe
persons ot two rebel agents, however, were se-
vis.t 1 nos. K. Kogers of Todas, and Mr.
i.eocnary 01 iNew urieans. 'Ihe papers found to
clearly implioate them as rebel agents, seeking do
make their way to Mexioo, thence to other
1 1,;.
. .i.i. 1. . in. . . . 1 uib
pickets towarj Drainsvlllo were driven
.KI . ...n 1 .
iaThhLir: r W.
- ,1 uluro
uu uuruuuBeu uum an now ownea are in
service.
u u vubuucu iu inn utiirrn. i i,m
...Ul... iL. rtl ... I
lhuiuo, uuur iue uoservaiorv. containlne
six hundred horses. About two' hundred
perished. the
low
to
era,
n...k
Sailing of the Europa.
Boston. Doo, SC The Btcamshin En.-r.ni
stopped at Fort Warren yesterday, which gives wcre
appearance or iruto to toe report that Messrs.
and Slidell were put on board. meQt
The EuroDa sailed at noon veatardiv fnr
Liverpool.
The authorities at Fort Warren refuse to aav I
auvtuiug auout me mauer.
esterday she took 21 0,000 in specie.
She will call at Cape Race about Siturdav
evening.
From Fort Pickens.
New Yok, Deo. 26. The steamship Baltio
1 mm HV.., ... 1 1. . I ,
.-iTfli.v t5 v u d ue
SwSK. RSM' 8Dd S.
...... ,
mattirj at I'ort ncxens are unchanged. Da-
report great oisircsi and discontent
lue reuai lurces. I
The eunboat Iroauois his the nlratn S,imr
blockaded at Cienfuegos The gunboat Felom- .
is blockading tbe pott of Nashau, N. P
tbe pirate Isabel was.
, oniy
St, Louis. Dec. 26,-Gen. IIall,ok h10
followlne ireneral order;
lis rnot i ntanrian i h. .m a ft' , , : '
with ?tltW3& ton.
i. loyal to ihe OeWenm.; U th. ni
anrf .111 .iri th- ..u.:tn""T" "'7
enforcing order and WDbhta. ii ,B
on ' -
CommaodiDtz offiaera of tronm nA nnall tail 11
dues,
held responsible that thair camJT.. ...
to move at a moment'e watnlng. Exouse
" waut oi preparation will not
hereafter be admitted.
QoiNcr. 111.. Dee. B6. Two .nana ' it..
across Chanten river, on the Hannibal
Mlla WM turned by rebels last
a raws oannoi ooooeci ior some davs.
From Fort Pickens. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.
.
....... - mr ..
BMi.-ua motion oi rar. uaie it was
agrees, tnat When tha Senate admnrnvil tn.Am
It be to meet on Monday next, and when tbe
Senate meet on that day it adjourn, to meet
ue& joursaay. .i
Mr. Grimes Drennntai) ft nntitinn frnm nliUana
ui luwa ior me introduction oi me Homcepottblo
uruuiiue into me army.
luotsrs. aumner and 'rmmDnll rrpnteA no.
titious for tho emancipation of slaves under tbe
war power.
' Several cctitions were nresentcd fur tha 1nit.
tlon of a national armory at Rock Island, III.
Mr. Hale offered a rtiRoliitlnn that tha Pral1.ti
be requested, if not Incompatible with the pub
lic Interest, to transmit copies of all dispatches
which havo passed between ibis oountry and
Great Britain relative to tha aelziira nf Mn.nn
sad Slidoll, said dispatches to beoommunioated
In either open or executive scsflion, as may be
deemed proper.
rar. Humuer objected.
Mr. Hale said ha hud undorhtwl t, ft rn f 1 a
public prees and those who held more intimate
relations with the administration than himself,
though the absence of tha !nt1mnfv hi tint kt.
. J " Mu "n
uiv, ua oe was wining to be as confidential as
anybody, that for three or four days past the
o uiiu unucr consiaeration a proposi
tion fraught with mora evil in tha nnnni ih.n
anything that bad yet marked its history: and
that was tbe surrender of Mason and Slidell to
ureat Britain. B rinlnrr thin ma nnM
... . . . J O W KUUIH J1UIU
ail that we had gained in the war of the revo
lution, and bo humiliated to a second-rate now.
er. No man would go further than himself for
peaco, but he would not submit to national dig.
6oe na dishonor. To obtain such a peace he
-vumjuiui iu. aruuraLinn nr innrh.. nn..
but If a demand has been made by Great Brit
ain for the surrcmlar nl Mnann ciun
i , , . . 7-- muU wnuuii, war
should bo deolared against her Ipstantly. He
uiuae an nonoraoie concessions for peace,
but a peace involving such a surrender would
" luuuueiy worse than war.
Ills friend from Indiana (Lane) bad remark
" tuismoroine? that h a 8Ut hart nn ri nnn
men in tbe field, and would double that number
to maintain the
.hn,.M L - " U1BBCUB18
T'". u suon a surronder and hu
miliation, they would bo subject to tho scorn
and Indignation of the country. He regarded
the aufiust demand of England as a pretixt for
war. one wad determined inhnmin.,... ...
and fight us afterward. T.trf nn. !.(.
:n t ... " vu vsviCB niiU
villages be pillaged and burned, but let our na
tional honor bo preserved. Franois the Great
said, after thehtt.l nf P..i. k..
lost but Sbonor." ' a" wttB
He (Hale) would nrav tl..it it.:.
tion might not aiorifica nn. k
QOUSauuS would vet mm, M ,. fln j.
tend It. If this gurrennW ,k. .
ministration would meet with such a fir'e in the
rear that it would bo hurled from power. If
" 7. " T ,6'"'JU " .wuula De' the
'euA ne ,DK. to '"'block
JZu.. " a nouseless over tbe
-..-, uu uu. tua. woum appeal to men
wherever the English language was spoken. Ue
and if war
believed, too, that if Nool,n IZ J fi!
more than another, it was to wipe out the stain
upon the franch arms at Waterloo. All over
Canada there were thouauuds of Irishmen who
-wum ruu to arms to sustain Such a oana
ours. Our principles are our great strength,
1" n,.e'..D8 woul "7 '"t it
"""": uu ""'u oa mat we are tha n&trn,
mn. i i. . . . . " ""
m. '' b, V."01 ..D? o"
"um". 0Ma n'8 n Deef Wa
.m ' Tw niic.Diy s;ued. It was in
nuum uo utl;er 0r lno jjjjj
i.m.vo lueu.aeivrs lor luoia and not act
upon rnmors.
Mr. Halo's rcsjluiion was laid over under tbe
Mr. Davis gave notice that be should Intro
thc dace a bill cordoning every species of proner-
I'l fi".Pa"0.?9 h0 "J conSection
" Duumeru reoeiuoo, cither in aoivi
military or naval canaukv.
Mr. Harlan Introduced a bill for ejtabliehirg
nrnvialniml nnn.. i ... -""""'e.
Slates
governments in all tho eccedlug
Referred. -.
Mi'. Howe introducnJ
gitive slave act.
Referred.
Adjourned till Monday.
Hobsii The Journul of Tueaday was read.
Ho business Waa IrnnMArl.H In Hut Ma... . .
day, a quorum not being present.
ine 110US3 adjourned till Monday.
li
..r
SflO
hat
in
600
do
From Missouri.
umaviJ.LX, Uec. SJb. Information l,inh i.
aupjioaeu iu oe renaoie, cas been received here
me retreat oi rrice southward. The day
after t!ie party Gen. Pupe sent out to Johnson
county drove in Gen. Raines nickels. Prlca
t . 1 , n . , . . . r- ' -
Tu.! Lne .a'rslon ?rosV.,,1' 'Wer, and
lu.. "c ar"ea cignt miles southward
aTii.11 n o onn a t ir,in
At Ut rnnn L. , . ,
" I . "u" ' uisarmy
H L IVPfllinii. mntf f ha
l. j :. .. , .. "".,u rmJ naer
nee uau jua; icii tiamonav 1 e OU Its wav to
Wamaw. - ' 10
Price eays that hit retrograde movement was
.l.j: . i n . .
ooeuienoe tooraers irom thePres dent of th
Confrlraa Sr.to. " ,r: l '
lieved that it was in consequence of Gen. Pope's'
advance and Price's lear that a force would be
ihrnmn ,p...h in n,.Li ,, .7 .
vu.uu uio Duuuiiesaouinwara.
another force advanced in front in which
event his ftunnlin mvnnM lidve r.nAn .i,. ... . j
a lew davn . and ha wmiM h.v h..n AmnAn..j
..i...jv:
uuuu uid vuuiuiautiiDK position at uaoeola
iiri.... .1 ;. . r . . ypaoum
uBicvcrvuu muuve, his certain that tbe move
an advantageous one for Price, for many of
V. . r I 1 . -
I...h . j .1.:..- .i. 1 j uevuug to
tneir homes and peaceful occupations, will
much to testers peace to the State,
Geu. Pope has received from tha imnn. nn
.. j 1...1 ,j . r. .
wiuiunuu uuuiucriuaa evmonoes oi tbolf ap-
nreelntion of hu hiii. v.f.j.. . i......i
-V" . vu.i.ua, . uoaubl-
!?I..fl5"'? to W.Md lost night hwas
"ofenuuea Dy one or our best bands, and eon
gratulations innraerablo oame in on him from
ersrv onartnp. Tha trnnn. ... l a
.nh nnxinilH II1P a tnn.A.
.
lien, fnna tnancri n n-dn. .n. .
making Colonels of regiments responsible for
condition of their reeimsntil tram nnrtAilnn.
the good ordor of tbeir arms and cquId-
This bns been rigidly enforced: and
tho order was issued forour last move, wa
en ronfe 'n ,hr8 hoors, atthongh the order
""""'eh'. xne sucoees 01 tne move-
Bncl tDa fise and coogntulatlotis the
troops have received, have bad a stood effect on
them, and they will move forward when next
ordered wltu still greater alacrity, and with still
"""is1' oouii.i.i.i ui euiceaa uuoer uenerai
ope s command.
march upon and drive the Federals from the
eiatc, win bo oisguetcd and will refuse to fol
mm out or Missouri.
Gen. Halleck's policy of showing no mercy
lawless bauds of marauderi and bridge burn-
and of dealing with tbe utmost leniency
. V. 1 I.. J . 1 . . '
kuujo wuu ioy uuwu meir arms ana return
A
and
it
alt
aa a
and
ao
R0
Q.
BT
County,
Court
between
P.M.,
the
of
The
two
plat
it,
Daniel,
From Fortress Monroe.
FoR-rnifs Monroe. Deo. 25. via Riltl
mere was no good foundation for the re
that a skirmish took plaoe yesterday.
ine non. Atirea ciy came down from Nor-
.. . '
,aDaca""s:iatethi8iorenoonbyaflagof trnce. After
? 'o Quarter?, he fook pa.ssge for
n.iiLirniirn
Wm.
By
Southern News.
Chioooa, Dec. 25 The Memphis AoDeal
, lat'B, Property to tbe amount of two
m.,1"oc, hutdred thousand dollars has been
already confiscated by the Receiver. ..This Is
aoout one nan tbe amount of Northern
PI0?!"' ,n u' m'dat' S?me rePort
m"T Others
ttl pending to charter banks, based on cot
ftiS In the M??e bodyr the bank bill just pssd
?I0Vlae' " we 'eceive state trees.
notes in paymeui oi aeot, and that notes ot
5sok,eh&U reiTed. in of P""o
except Confederate war tax.
at 1
situate
Lot
uia
deed
loak
tell
No.
Gen Scott Arrived at New Yotk—
From Port Royal.
Niw York, Dec. 2C The Arago has ed
w ith Gen . Soott and J. Glanoey Jones as pat-
sengerg, - - --
' The prlxescnoooer Jane Campbell, captured
off Beaufort, laden with salt and flannel, has
arrived here.
Tbe Charleston Mercury of the 20th, reporti
SHOO
SUOq
uiu
1500
Kobeaof
.
J
"e repulse of a Federal gunboat by tbe batte-1
"es at fort Royal Ferry; also that the Federal
forces attempted to cross in floats, but were
ur;ven pact: with terrible slaughter. . s
Boston, Dec 26 The renort of Maatn and
aiu-n r . 1 .
oimoii going in ine Jiurona is nutrue. Thev
i . r: . . v- ....
reuiaiu hi rori warren.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Dec. 26.
SLOUR Market onlv varv tlmU.rt ...nt ...i
favor buyers i aalea nine tlioutand eight hundred bblt at
V. J0 lor re-eoleui 5 S 40 fr inwrfiSe ,tat!
mi umaw w ior exira aiaie, au 40 tot tuperQne
wntern: ti SOiSS 7S for common to mHinm'
wetterpi S 73uSi P5 for thlpplng branila extra round
hoop Ohio and 15 950 75 for tnuia hnnH. a.. .. J...
.i.., i , .. . - . ,
v.v.uj, uaarj. ou ueouomg. uiDmun Uour dull and
A ii wr n t ,uP,r0ne;
aid i-uu nv unlet and tteiulw.
OOKN MEAL In fair rconoitwllh !. innn.i.
..... . .i - - - v- . .
"'IU av 9 WJ I
WillBKT lain mrMlpftfii wnnMi. .iih .i. I
bblt at 1&1BW: chleflT imlda nrl. I
istiwffli.
alt to anv decline In onlert..;ri.. n-f..
h.. A. jn . '""
Ti mi hi ll" l'nu nd II -- for
KJB-Bteady, with talei of S,00O buahelt at 80383o;
wv.uv ytiv IU VBUSlUIBUt
p flAELKyf tir reqneat! sales of 9.O0O buthelt at 70 di
OVW. W.,77oatallroad Depot for
COKN Market heavy and drooping; aalea of 41 COO
bu.helt at O.o foraound mixed wet torn In t tore .,4
afloat.
OATS Dull at iOGtola tar Ja. ...i a,...
tiniiV ... , . . . nnV.IIN..', Dl.lv.
io OJ5TQ2i'5 wl""",t ?'''' change, tmall talet at
..si, .a ,ur uiQ.ij ao sotavtf ror prime.
BBKV Alto mlee quiet; aales at 4&4 5U for coun
repacked moi: tl3 7513 87 u fnr PTfr prIn,I
aaavaei vcrji lUKOIlTSe
HAMB-8tedylfMSi4 50 for weHern.
VUI AniJ HUUKEU MKATH. .Ylull ar.4
nnhstniMf . '' I
?. SiiNT:BIdei qaletwUhont muterlal cbange (d price.
JJAaLIlfiina t1tmnti hnfraih. aa.ia.. a' ei.
luoiuaea m aaiea are auu bblt prime delir
treble in JruioArT txttiUn
i,-??.7?Je"!'J' IiuI firmer, ialej of western and
wa ati. aa-w u feiaf
OUKE8E StMrtvut B'ffifl.
8UGAR-alar. Arm Salaa.f OJIl kl,.la .a .
in. ..? vumi in. mo price renoed.
mwunra.D-uieij ttocka more active and higher.
Hog Markets
CHICAGO.
Tbe receipt, were 4.060 hand. Thcra in.i.
activity In the market to-dav. Vickc ft hftTf III til In a
pretty large ttock the latt few dayt, and ihere will not.
iMuua.iijr vi uiuch uie m me mittei before the cloie of
",.uu peruspa noi uuiu me noiidaya are over.
Balet to day were mottly made to packert. A lariie
SSn6' ?J"ld 0,er' Prlce wora flrm 52 5
v. . ir vv B. ior goou lou. Among tne gules were:
e4 Itit, averaging 3S2 lbs, at
3i3 do
31S do
SGI do
358 do
200 do
SUt do
330 do
339 do
40 do
93 do
68 do
U do
100 do
170 do
(ill do
41 do
S3 70
. 3 ?0
... 3 07K
. X 33
. 8 70
. 2 55
. 8 50
. 2 05
. 3 55
[Times, 25th.
MILWAUKEE.
Dretaed hogt were lower. The outside prlcewai3.-
but most of the aalea were at 3,00. Etce. pis were
. kuikw i.i H rcporieu lire Bt rollOWt:
OTaTenglnir S2570do 35UJ 100 300 all at 3,00-10
at 3 Oil J 350 at 3,12
Frovlilona are lower. VTe note a tale of 300 bblt
mess pork at 9,1)0. We quote:
Beer, men.... 38 OOSO.OO
Poik, do
do prime.
Lard
.3 UOsO S5
.8 00
7So
Bama tug cured..
Shoulders
Dried Jleef.
Tallow..
5.SC
7(Sgo
o'Tn .,,0C r? inlet at 1'50a 2.50 for tl'e "1 2 50
[News, 24th.
ST LOUIS.
Ko purchases rcte tn.Av. h,.i i. maL-a
an upward tendency. Packers were not anxious to
boy, but offered some advance on gaturda'i prices. S3,
coin, and S3 IS to S3 SO In H
dentood to be oUered, out not urjed upon droverj. 1,.
head were received froa Iowa aince Bi-.tarday. and
4,000 head were expected to day from Illinois. Pat-ken
not care to buy largely uatil after Christmas.
[Democrat, 24th.
HUMS. Vv ELL'S
MVEKSAL
. ' COUGH REMEDY.
For all Throat and Luoi Cumt.lamui. inniucim. .n.
moat perfect retnlta, Whoonns Cncon, OnHomc inn
.;omon uouam, mrohchul aho Turoat ConrLAiimi
alwayt rorernonen of Contunptlon. At i iJiotiiik.
flrare It hat uo superior. Freed from all Opiate or
Aiuc.ie pnicruc, bihjf 00 uiru ny moei ne'icjitc conm
luiiont, ana witn perfect oontiiieuce.
HUNNEWELL'S
CELEBRATED
T0LU ANODYNE.
Th GREATXtT Natdral OriATaever ntrer.4 1,1 lh
world, containing not a particle of Ontom. nor in. uh
stance but Its strictly vegetable and medical proportieo.
tore Ecmcdy for Nbur!!, RsiruTm, Ootrr,
Toots aro Ka Acne, Oatuuib, Boat or Uav Fivn,
all minor Nervous Complaints.
Jor Loaor bust, and Heidacha In ,, , nri.iiu
iu. us equai. ana w wnicn noei unaoobted teeunonl
are offered.
For DauRinH tKuttni It It a most perfect remedy.
roR Bo wax OoarLAurae, after removlna the pain It acts
physio, a moat Important oontraat witn the eonttipa-
loryeuecia 01 ipium.
Physicians, Formulas and Trial Bottlmwm h. wnt
to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
Prepared under tie special supervision of
JOHN L. Ut7NMWL,L(
chbmutt ako nuRtucxr-niv,
No 0 Commereial Wharf, Boston, Ksis-
wuoni pieaae aireot all eommanlcatlona.
Prices Large Ooogh Benedy, 50 oecta per bottle
Small , 85
ToluAnodvne. 50
Ior tale by tbe usual wholeaale and retail dealers,
everywhere
tOBKETS a BAMTJIL,
JOHN B. OOOK.
DBNIQs SONS,
mayl7-wJv
' N. H. MARPB,
J. M. DKNffl.
A. J. BCUUBLLKtt a EON,
Agents for Oolumbna, Ohio
Sheriff's Sale.
Doo. 3, p. S50.
Superior Court,
Peter A. Fretilei
vs.
Thomas Daniel.
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from tha 8iiiMriA.nnH.i o uu.
Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the
House, In the city ot Oolumbna, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 18C2,
the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'olock
the following -lands and tenements, situate In
eounty of Franklin, Bute of Ohio, and in the town
Worthington, and known and detorlbed as follows, to
north equal third nart of In-lnt ,,mi.. i..i..
(09), aa disllnanisbed on Ihe oriirln.i ..rf .,ili
of the town of Worthington, In tald franklin eonn-
unio. Doing me tame premises conreved I aais
heodere 8. Tuller and Sobrina hi. wif.. in ..m rL...
by deed dated August S5ih, A. D. 1855,
Apiraimi as f ouu uu.
.., ,, - O-W. HUFFMAN, Bhnrlff.
Prlnter'e feet fl 00. -novSS-dl
tawtd
0 liar let Heath
VI.
t. JeaniDgt
Dac. .pace 363.
i Common Pieat. t
Sheriff's Sale.'
!
etal. )
VIHTUB OF AN ORDER OF RALfe
to me directed trom the Court of Common Pleas of
Franalln oounty.Onlo. I will offer for sale at the door of
Court House, in the olty of Columbus, Ohio, on
the 11th day of January, A: D. ISbS.
o'clock p. m., the followini deacrlheS rr.lld.i.
in tho eounty of Franklin, and State of Ohio, to
No. Teh. In Phelan'a Mount Pina.nl a.mhi.. t.
uiuj oi uuiumnut.
Appraised at 400 00.
Prii.ter'a feet 3 50.
wtd.
W. HUFFMAN, EherlH,
By Kd. Davis, Deputy.
REPEIXANT OR WATER-Pit OOF
CLOAK CLOTHS, Alto, other make, of Knri.,.
Clotht. In all detlrahl. mixtnmb. uinHi.. t :
and Dnttnot to match. BAIN a SON.
aprl'S . . Ho. W South lllihttree
No. H, South High Btreei .
E.
hani
BV
Uo
Jamea
uaie
at
n
ty
tui
IN
at
UU),
m.,
county
one
House
dcraon
off
aet
by
Nov
BAIN & SON,
29 Sooth High Street, Columbus,
KOW OFFFRINQ
8000 yarde Tiavelia ' Drea Ooodi al 8W, value
18 W centa.
yarde 1 ravellnr Drea Goods at 1SK, vaine SO cts
yarde Bngltth Berairei at lS, value S3 wntt. -KrwU
yards Freaoh Organdies at lifi, value 80 cents.- ,
yards Fut Colored Lavas at 10, value 15 sent.' '
yaraa rouiara un aims at H , value 50 contt. .
varda Super Plain Black Bilk at ll 00. ia
Onaqdie Borage, and Sagliaa Btrage, atouo,
M BAIN Sc SON,
M Sooth High Street.
Samuel
rt
County,
Court
between
the
of
it)
(IK))
east
of laid
,
,
The
sleeves
and
lite
HEADLEY,
EBERLY c& V
RICHARDS'S
NEW STORE,
I
ninth n.UoVa
WAVV.a VtVUO.01
aoo ixxc3. Qoa .
SOUTH HIGH $TBEETy
Are njir opening a large lot of
T...1.' 1 lf 1 ...i ni'n i i
umm , mmv anu tniiaren s
FUR S,
Shpttrl-t rrl'si
55 P
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Plaid Shawh,
La'jiea' Merino Vesta & Drawers,
loya' Merino Shirts & Drawers,
mnn wohsteds,
Umbroidered Repps,
OPERA HOODS,
Opera Flannels,
WOOLEN BLANKETS,
CLOAK CLOTHS,
MISSES 6UPERI0R LONG SHAWLS.
This firm, having adopted the Caah tyatem In the pu
and tale of Goods, are enabled to tell from ISte
percent leu than other boutes under the oredlt system.
HEADLEY, E3ESIY & EICHAED3,
250 AND 252 SOUTH HIGH STEEBT,
COLUMBUS, O.
novSl
GOOD SAMARITAN
ytr i''T 'r?t
B. ARMSTRONG.
No. 17 East Town Street,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
TTT A large stock of the GOOD B MARITAN on
md-
novl2-i!3in
Sheriff's Sale.
Superior Court.
Oeo. Gere fc Co
va.
Washlngtou Blmpton
VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI FA.
to me directed, from the Superior Court of Frank
county, Ohio. I will oOer for aala on the farm nf
Lindsay, and now occupied by Wm. Ward, sit-
nve miiea Bourn ol Uolumbtu, on the Ohlllioothe
Turnpike, on
Monday, the 30th day of December, A. D. 18C1,
two o'olock, P, M the following described chattel
property, to wit:
One Wheat Drill, one Reaping Machine, one two-hone
agon, ana one spring wagon; levted on aa tne proper
of Washington Simpson, to satisfy an execution In fa-
ui uvwrgo uero at vo.
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff
By Eo. Davis, Dipt
Prlnter'e feet A,50
deel9-dtd
Superior Court of Franklin Coun
ty. Ohio.
Joseph Price and wlf.iDoei,;w4 ll0i
John Cramer et al. S lD P"""0"-
PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
the tald Court to me directed, I will offer for sale
the door of the Court Houso in the city of Coluu-
ou
Saturday ,.the 28th day of December, 18C1,
the hours of 10 o'clock e. m., and 4 o'clock p.
the following described real estate, altuate In the
of Franklin, and Suite of Ohio, to wit;
remainder of a tract of land eaUmated to contain
hundred and Sve acres, known at tbe Old Poor
Farm, being the tame land conveyed by John An
to bit tone Robert. Joshua. Readies: and John
Anderson, by deed dattd July 13th. 1839, after cutting
fifty acres from the eatt tide of aid tract, which was
on to Robert King and wife, li an amloable partition,
deed dated December 12th, 18o5.
Appraised ot f G5 00 per acre.
OBO. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Printer'! feet, $8 00.
17, lrlil-wtd
Master . Commissioner's , Sale.
Partona' Executors) '
vt. Superior Court.
John K. Heyl et all.
V viH-rrit?. hp iv aunEnav .n o
to me directed from the Superior Court of Franklin
Ohio, I will offer for aale at the door of the
House, in the eity of Columbni, on
Saturday! the 28th day of December! A. D.
- 1W1. ,
the tours of 10 o'clock a. at., and 4 o'clock r. H.
following described real estate, situate In tha conm.
Franklin tod State of Ohio, to wit: Lota Hue. seven,
oight, (8) nine (9) and ten. (Ill) of John and Henry
subdivision of lots Not. eighty. nine, (8tt)'nlnety.
and ninety one, (91) of Crosby 'e addition to out-lota
or Columbus, as delineated on Die plat thereof, re
corded In volnme one, page teventy, of the record of plats
county.
Apprait.d Lots Not. 7. 8, at 1300 00 each. '
O.W nUFFMAV.SaarlS
- and Master Ooamlaetoner.
Printers fees tfl.W.
novl7-dliwtd , : ....-.. .
LiDEN Hil l, HHIHT9,
pHIRTB,
UOLUKN HILL
UULUKN Ullili UmKTB. .
pattern of these shirts ark new. Tha Hod lee, Yokel,
and bosoms are formed to St the person with eaaa
comfort The mark upon encb one dealgnatiui bat
may be relied on at twin g correct, and eapheblftbi
guaranteed well made. A full ttock of all qual!ul
constantly for tale at BAIN'S,
BOVS4. No. 89 South High street.
WE
A.
BT
offer
city
.
M.,
of
thenoa
twenty
aald
wardly
entn
plaoe
O.
BV
ty,
On
between
M.,
eonnty,
d
power
Board
with
beneflta
to
on
Fisher's
uiv
In one
at
N.
property
on the
Last
Point
Sklrta,
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HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
We offor our tervtoes te all who nay deelra Uut claw
of work.
We have eonnected with our Sitahlishincot'a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY.
From whl we produce the
ZPluoist 33lAxa.Xx. Worlt
AMD TI1K HOST
HAIL ROAD BLANK E03
OUU TABLI3HMENT
It to btadmitted
n MOOT
C03IPLETE IN FACILITIES,
Am tbi xorr
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION -In
this City, and w may add,
WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH AST
Printing: llonse in the Weat.
RICHARD NEVINS,
PR0PBIETOB.
Master Conimissioner's Sale.
WhltlngandO.M, Parsons, 1
Bxecutorsof O. Swan, I Doo. 3. p. JdB.
. . Tfc. . , I Superior Oonrt.
AmoeJ. Furbeeetal. J ....
virtue of an order of sale to ma directed, from the
Superior Court of of Franklin oountv , Ohio, I will
for aale at tbe door of the Court Home, to Uk
of Oolumbua, on . .. . . . y
Saturday, tbe 28th day of December, 16GI, '
Between tbe hoars of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'olock P.
the following described pmnlsee, ta wit! - - -
Part of lot No. !, of Baker and Mltohell't auDdlvlaioa
out-lot No. 22, Oolumbua, Ohio, beginning at the
southwest corner of tald lot No. 2, at tha nortbiast cor
ntrcf the Intersection of Monad and Seventh ttreeit:
eattwardly on Mound atreet one hucdrtd and
feet to a privaU al ey; thenoa northwardly by
alley to the middle of said lot No. S; thence treat
parallel with Mound street to the front on lev.'
street; thence southwardly on Seven tli street to the
of beginning.
Appraised at 1 1000.
, O. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff.
. "d Matter Ooaaleslonar
Printer s feet ti 00.
novldlt.wt4
Master Commissioner's Style.
Barrlnger's Admlnlttratori,)
. Superior Court
D. O. Dnnnuck, etal. )
TIRTUB OF AN ORDER OF SALE TO MH
directed, from the 8unerlar Hnnrt nf Vr.ni. n.
Ohio, I will offer fcr atle at the door of the Court
House In the oily of Colurobut, on .x.
Saturday, the 28th Say ol December, I8r.
the hours of 10 o'clock A. tf . an t 4 o'clock P '
ihe following described premises, aitn.i.1. .i.ii
SUte of Ohio to wit: The three equal undivtd.
fourth parte of all tbe lands, tenemeota and water
leased by Wayna Oriawold acting aenbrr of Um
ef Pnblio Worke, to Christian Barrier-, and Leiin.
yerringten by lease bearing data May 1st, 1854, tonthes
the undivided three-foaith parte of all Ihe structures.
Improvement! and aaohinery oa aid lands and ef the.
eppurtenenoeathe eunte belonging, and of all tha riUt,
and prlvllegea whataoeTer secured by tald Iras
aald teate. The premlsea aaeva termed to are ajtuat
the Columbus Feeder at tha look commonly kaowa a
lock, and tatd pramlaee ars conunoulf known aa'
vviMiuuii, nun, .. . .
Terms of ale ane-half caah aa Uvnf i.
year, and ene-fonrth In two rn hui,,. in. .
per cent., defend payments seoured by awrtgaae aa '
pretnltet.
AppralaeeiM V37SO. - - . . . ,i f.,- 4,f.
B. The reinalnlnaundivldaS nrta.tVn.Mh .i.i ...
will be told at the Mae time and Dlace. aadna-.
earn, terms.
Apprataed at tl.850. .,' ' .
., OHORai W. HUFFM"AN, Sheriff.' T,1
Prlntv's fee .9 00 " ' Com
novl7 altwtd. ,,.. 7
Lacos and Embroideries. - -
VAILE,N.V,EPl1S;S,Hl'',1E8i FOINT ,
lfOolltjrsaiid Setts. Frenok. Pu,hor and ThreM
Valla inew aatUrna.1 V.li. rvLV .'
Uees, ImbroMered Collars, Setu, Trlmaiaga and
Laea Barbae and Ooiffares, Plain Linen Jo liars.
"" vuua, amureiaeraa vol ran and Cuffs In Setae,
- BAIN SON,

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