Nonce to pjiyf ipuni od.tba Public
AttOQOK'fl POROUS PL A1TBB8 . TESTIMONIAL
. , w"X. Auooca 4 Co p.,8 Oinl street, Maw Tork,
Kor.29th, 1859-aentln)o: I,litljiuffdred teverely
from weakness la my fctck, ffceMlOtioll by tuddsnly
' " orer exerting myself. Ifavlng heard your plaster much
rteommendtd for cases of thlt kind, I proeuied twi and
' Uit mull waa all that I euld desire. At,lngltnlaitir
tared na In 4 week, J'fl,.'M.m refpeotfully'. ,
- . "..;.', ' J u. fni.uua, ;
. , Proprietor of (he fertndreth nous, New Tork,
There is nothing tqual'in the way of a plotter to the
f oroai Platter of Mr. ALLCQCK, ;,In i Asthma, Cough,
' Kidney Affections, and looal deep seated paint, they
.-; afford permanent relief) and Tor weak packf, paint In
lb iidej itjtoliet, and spatmodlc pains generally, they
art uusurpautd for the beoefitt they Impart." Price SS
, etati nab, Principal offlot CM, Canal ttreet. , '.. ,
told by Joitir R.' Coo, Druggist, Oolnmbut, and by
.1 Slight Cold. Cough,
JLoXLacncas, or irJufc.
SJItf-viutr whiok,' murhi l.c
chri"k"d with a simple rern:
e.V, f ncglcoled, often, ter
minates cerioiidy. ., Few arc' aware, of
the importance qf otopping a ciiah. or
0LLtlil ftfaLd in ilo first etage ; that
which in, the beginning 'would yield', to
mud rerrwMfy, y- not attended to; eoon
attacks the Tutiqc! '"' ''' .' .' '', ..
.auxn.'s. J.antLiaL j2ftach.c&
were fret introduced eleven, yeara' ago.
. It hat been proved jkai they are the' LeU
afHtle'lqfcre ihe''piibli3 for" X?c.uh.&',
fiaLdm, "J$.ancfLLLL&fru f&ih.rna.t
' ZatxtttlLthecldngCou'ah hi'&an.-
tumhticjx, and numerous affeationa of
the tOh.tc.at, giving immediate relief. '
Public Speakers and Singert,
WiK'forid' ihem effectual for clearing and
etrtngthening the voice.-;; ' 7
Bold hy all Qruggicto and Qealers in
Jfedurine, at 25 centn. per box.
tt nle, wholeeale or retail, by " ' '
0. BOBItlTB, Orugglit, .
' " No. 21 North nigh ttreet, '
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Xhoaa Contempiailnff marrlug-e.
tUM nnderilgned wlllglrelnformatton on a Ttrjit.
kr-UKf and important lubjeot, which will b rain
ed men loan a taoaiafcd tlati IU ooet by erery married
eenpi or any ago or oondlilon la life, the Information
wt!4 be tent tff nail to any addrttt on the receipt of 8S
en Mtuver) and on rod ttomp. , ..
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Brer offered to the cillteni of Oolumbut.
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COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD, :
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COOKING STOVES ' '
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Tor Large Famlllet or Small Panilllei, and rarylng In
Three Dollars to One Hundred and
Of Try Price, Bise and Variety, for Coal or Wood,
DINING-ROOM STOVES' ;
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rj 7 'STORE-ROOM STOVES. . f i
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Iht iilgiteii iaV moit lortabWjCni 8tTa;aTer
.offered to the.
Officers'oJ 'our Great Ariny.
rrnwtlnPirUloM. ChurcLw, BtoTe-roomi.ot other
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wiiTfo iJTor family ,t7 or JlotolJ.f ;
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'ZJ'jiX SUGAR, KETTLES
HOLLOW WARE, . '';
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And many other article "or. any other man.1'
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$0. '92 North High Street, -
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AJicT.rHF8s bilks, ; , ;
lAHUI lunivoo Bium ' "' "
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Wt art now offering our tnuneneo ttook of f aney Droit
Bllka at ortoea leta than ever before offand In ihla otqp
h. tiLi,m at ih UdloB of tbti oit and elotnttj It
aoilxilUd, aa onr itck It Ttry teleot and oompleu la aU
Si good. InX Une. ' PBIBB JaiH.
Mrf No. W Booth High ttreet.
SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 88, 1861.
THE LATEST NEWS.
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
The Great Rebellion!
, , Washington Gossip.
No Truth in the Reported
Escape of Col. Corcoran.
Escape of Col. Corcoran. MASON AND SLIDELL IN THE
THE UNION SENTIMENT IN NEW
Latest from Missouri.
Gen. Price en Route for Arkansas.
The Trent Affair Settled.
&c. &c. &c.
WasHiNaTow. Deo. S6. The atatemeat of a
Mr. nurd coDcernins tba escape of Col. Coroo
ran, pabliahed in the New York Time of Wed
Bead ay morning, ia a romaotlo fable, at leaat 10
tar aa l( relates to tue asserted arrival at t on-
reas Monroe, under a flag of truae, of the man
nurd. Wo such person bat been beard of (here.
Ic ia probable that tbt entire t:cr ia a fiction.
tien. Bcolt arrtfed br the steamship Araco
Itav eveniog. He has doI jet communicated
the cause of his hasty return from Europe.
Whatever commuDieatloa he intended tor the
immediate use of the Government, was dis
patched on bla arrival.. He looks more cheerful
and lean careworn than when he left the country
a few weeks ago.
, Mr. biy reached tbia city last evening.
: Dr. Maroj, brotbtr of Gen. Maroy, reached
here to-day, having come on txpressly from N.
York City to attend Gen- MoClellaa aad his
ohlef of staff, who have been coiifked to their
beds for several days. They report that both
are getting along well, and that Gen. McClel
Ian will be in bis saddle by SaturJayor Mooday
Adj. Gen. Thomas urged upon the President
the Justice of re-organicing . Col. Mulligan's
Regiment and Col. Mamhall's 1st Illinois Car
arly, which were captured at Lexington, flit
representations prevailed; the offlotrs and men
are reetared to their commitsiooa and pay, and
will again take the field In Missouri.
' The original bill which the committee on
Wajs and Means are preparing, will, it is be-
llved, create a large dividend tor United States
stock, to be used lor Dan king purposes. The
bills issued on a hypothecation of their stocks,
will have the faith of the Government pledged
to that extent for their redemption. These bills
are to be receivable for taxes aod all other pub-
no dues to the uovernment, ana also tor all
salaries and other debts and demands from the
United States for servioes rendered and for ma
terial and supplies furnished.
' Mr. Stanton, brother of F. P. Stanton of
Kansas, baa been arrested for complicity with
the rebellion in Tennessee. He has taken
the oath of allegiance, and has been released!
from fort Lafayette.
I.ttteis received here from Havanna state
that two rebel steamets, the Theodora and Ita
bulla, were thtro. Tbev were some days at Nas
tau coaling, by permission of her Majesty's
vessels at the Government yard. The same
letter states that our vessels were not permitted
to coalrom our own snips at mat point, inquiry
ban been instituted to know whether suoh Is
[Correspondence of the N. Y.. Herald]
The Cabinet had a long consultation yester
day on the affair ot the arrest of Mason and
Slidell. Although the proceedings are neces
sarily withheld from the public, we have good
reason to believe that conviotion has been come
to that the belligerent attitude assumed by tbe
Eoglieh Government on tbe question arcse from
tbe fact that tbe dispatches epnveyed by tbe
Treat under the charge of Mason and Slidoll,
tendered to Great Britain a protectorate over
the Southern States, and if necessary, to make
them a British Colonial poasetsioo.
It is stated on high authority tbat the whole
matter, so far as has been developed, will be laid
before tho public In a few days without reserva
tion, although the final deoision of the Govern
ment will be reserved until the arrival of Gen.
Soott at Washington, whloh he will probably
Washinoton, Deo. 27. Judge Amy arrived
from New 'Mexico, bringing dispatches from
the Federal army in New Mexico to the Govern
ment. He reports a strong Union feeling in
tbe Territory. , .
Colonel Canby, In command of the. military
department of New Mexico, has retaken Forts
Craig and Staunton, on the Mesailla border,
driving the Texana awar. and waa at tbe latest
dates en route for Fort Fillmore, to disposeeta
tbe enemy there, that pott having been traitor
ously turreuderea to an interior lorce ot Tex
ana by Colonel Lynde. Thenoe he Intends
marobing Into Arizona, to drive off the rtb
els. Having sufficient force, there can be no
doubt of bis success. The -Indians for the
greater part are peaceable and friendly to the
Government. ' i 4 ; 1 " "' , .. '
, Judge Amy, on the way hither, passed 00 Ine
the big bend ot tbe Arkansas tbe camp of tbe
Confederate tribes of the plains, consisting of
about six thousand Aripahocs, iuowas, Uoman
oheB, Cbeyennes aad Prairie Apaches. Tbey
desired him to say; when he reached Washing
ton, that they would fight lor the Great Father,
(he Defender of the Union.
:: Governor Connolly has recommended to tbe
legislative Assembly the repeal of the elave
code enacted two years ago; and from the tone
of public feeling, an act for tbat purpose will
. Kit Carton la Colonel commandine a regi
ment of mounted rangers . south of the Rio
Grande, making bis headquarters at Albuquer
The President has approved the bill to in
oreate tbe duties on tea, coffee and sugar.
The RioUmond Examiner of Tuesday greatly
fears that the United states will surrender
Mason and Slidell to the British authorities." It
adds: "Tb United butts will submit to a
shame yet unrecorded. In the annals of the his
torv of anv nation, rather than disturb their in
fernal purpose to grind lata the earth tbe liber
ties ot the South. By the abjeot submission de
manded the United states may avert, only lor
a while, a war with Ureal Britain." -
. The Examiner says tuai a neei is now tne
most exigent desideratum with tbe South,' and
censures the Confederate Government, and tbe
offioert of tbe Confederate Navy, for their sin1
gular turpitude In all matters pertaining to ships
onrlng tbe wooie progress 01 me war. "
Tbe Examiner contains ooplous extracts from
Northern DaDcrs ud to the 23i Inst.. . . , .-
The aeneral BDOrotiriatioa bill approved by
President Davit appropriates for the army bout
sixty million dollars, and for the navy about
four milliona. v.
A naturalization law has passed the Confed
erate Congress, whloh extends lit provisions to
all persona not cltiaana of tile Confederate
States, who engagtd In he.naval service of
tbe Confederacy during the war.j t- i.v iy-.
' The NMhvMw'rjispatoh of the 24th intt.
says tbat gold told there on the 23d at 35 per
cent, prtmlqm, which Ii a decline of 15 per
cent, on the former prloe. Some daya ago It
told at tu per cent- premium.
President . Lincoln,' accompanied by Capt
Dahlgreen, visited the Peuaacola to day on her
trial tnp.- k 1 -i 1 f , ; ! t 1 -j
Cols, Meagher and Aeboth have been nomiu
AtiA n Rflir.dlflr (lenmrxXm. : ' i . . 1
Gen. Ruseorans arrived here from Western
Virginia to-day,1 :
The President has approved the bill providing
for three commissioners from each State, to
visit the camps, to receive and forward to th
friends and lamilieaof soldiers the latter's al
lotments of oav.
it is reported aud generally credited that the
Trent .affair has been adjusted.
Sr. Looia, Deo. 27th. Tbe following re
eume of recent military operations wai obtain
ed from reliable sources within the past two
Tbe Union army captured twenty-five bun
dred rebels, inoluding about seventy com mis
oioned officers, twelve ' hundred horses and
mules, eleven hundred stand of arms, two tons
of powder, one hundred wagons, an immense
amount ot commissary store and camp equip
age: a large foundry at Lexington, used bv tbe
rebels for casting cannon, shot aud shells
Most of tue rebol crati in Missouri, Including
ferry boats, have been captured or destroyed.
A pretty clean sweep baa been made of tbe
whole country between the Missouri andOsage
rivers, ana uen. rnct, cut on irbm all supnlies
and recruits from North Mitsouri, Is In lull re
treat for Arkantas with his wbole army, having
- I 1 1 1 n n . 1 . . 1
jacu lurouga opnngneia 00 ivionaay last.
Our lots in accomplishing these Important re
suits hat pot exceeded one hundred killed and
Theso arc the fruit of brilliant and atr
gical combinations of General Halleck, wbiun
have been so ably executed by Generals Pops,
rrentiss ana Moftean, Uoloneld Jellerson G
Davis, of Fort Sumter fame, Fred. Steele, of
tho Eleventh Regular Iufantry, and the brave
officers and soldiers of our army regulars and
rrloe's emissaries, to .stir up rebellion in
North Miusouri, and simultaneously burn all
railroad bridges, stations, rolling stock, etc., 00
tbe 2Bih of this mouth according to plana pro
mulgated from tho rebel camp, have been toiled
to a groat extent in their plans by the energy ot
Gen. Halleck and the activity of our lorcea,
wnicn are Kept in conetint motion notwith
standing the severity of tbe weather,
The damage done tbe North Missouri. Hanui
bal k St. Joseph Railroad has been much exag
gerated. Repairs are rapidly being made, aud
me iMorin Missouri itaiiroad and the teleerach
wires win oe in working order to Wellaville to
ten bridgo burners have aireadv been shot
ana nity are in close confinement, to be sum
marily dealt with, under Geo. Halleck's atrin
gent orders, lu a few days.
It is confidently expected our moving columns
win as endctually Dreakuo tbe bridge burn.
log in north Missouri aa the rebellion has been
cruubed south of the river. No mercy will be
tuowu ine scounareia.
Gen. Halleck's emphatic orders with rofcr-
enoe to ail bridge burntw, are to shoot down
every one making tbe attempt.
Maj. Glover bas just returned from a scouting
cjkuoumun in vamaeu oountv. witn ten wason
loads of subsistence, a rebel captain and tbir
leenmen, who left Price's aimy since his re
Gen. Pope's official report of the expedition
to central -Missouri is received, but contains
nothing important not previously reported.
In accordance with an order irom Geo. Hal
leok, the Provost Marshal General directs tbat
sixteen slaves now confined in the St. Louis
oounty jail, and advertised for sale uuder State
Statute,' be released from prison and placed
tinder oontrol of tbe chief maBter of this de
partment for labor till further order; said slaves
being property of rebels, and having been used
for Insurrectionary porpotes.
Ottkavilxe, Deo. 27. A prisoner who escap
ed Irom the -rebel camp at Ilamonsville, last
Saturday, reports that wben tbe news that Gen.
Pope's cavalry had driven in Gen.Rftlna'a oioketa
Johnstowo, was received by Price's army,
the greatest consternation prevailed in the rebel
aamp; cavalry, artillery, infantry, and raw,
digged, unarmed recruits, were mixed up In in
extricable oonfuslon, and many bouis elapsed be
fore anything like order was restorod. The re
U'eat of tbe whole army commenced as soon
afterward as possible and eo fearful were they
pursuit, tbat they burned bridges and placed
every obstruction in tbe way of the fancied pur
suit. Even the celebrated bridge built across
tho Osage at Warsaw, was not spared by the
flying rebels. -It
is reported that one regiment was left on
ine ujage as a rear guara, and that several small
bodies are scattered tbrbugh tbo counties about
vrarrensDurz, collecting supplies. A cavalry
fords has been out in pursuit of them, but our
horses are sa worn and weary by other long
forced marches, that tbcro is little prospect ot
capturing tbe rebel bands.
The last report irom Prico is that he passed
through Springfield en route to Arkansas, and it
pretty certain that he will not attempt to re
turn this winter. .
From Fortress Monroe.
Foktriss Monkoi, Dec. S6. via Baltimore. 27.
A flag of truce took an immense quantity ol
doming to iionoiK idis auernooo, aestinea lor
federal prisoners in the South. '
Ibe gun boat Keystone State arrived here
this afternoon from Bermuda. She has been in
pursuit of tbe pirate Sumter, but has not seen
The brig Empire from Boston via Newport,
arrived here ibis afternoon. She has an assorted
cargo of apples, prepared meats and such articles,
destined tor Port Royal.
The Affair with England.
Naw YoaK, Deo. 27. A letter bas been re
ceived from Arch Bishop Hughes stating his
health bas been greatly Improved by his voyage.
News by the Arago confirms the report that
Prince Napoleon bas exercised an influence
favorable to this country since his return to
France- ' '.
Tbe London Times Pari corrospondenoe
states distinctly that the Emperor and bis minis
ters have made up their minds to countenance
the Southern Confederacy, even to the extent
recognizing it at an early day, but have so
far been prevented from making their footings
koowu to tbe press and nation, through the In
fluence of Pnoco Napoleon. It is said be is
preparing a speech for delivery in the French
Senate, taking a northern view of our national
Death of Judge McClure.
Pittsburgh, Deo. 27. Hon. W. B. McClure,
for many years presiding judge of Quarter Ses
sions in this county, died early this morning.
He was highly esteemed by the whole commun
ity ss an upright judge. : : , r. 1
Death of Judge McClure. From Port Royal--Rumors from
'Nxw Yosk, Dec. 27. A letter from Port
Royal reports tho occupation of Fenwick Is
land by our troops, and the extending of our
lines to Edisto river,, thirty-five miles from
Tbe evening papers have ridiculous specials
from Washington that Lord Lyons, instead ol
making issue on the Mojou . and Slidell affair,
bas reviewed the Maine boundary question,
demanding the relinquishment of a part of that
State to England. '
Mason and Slidell not on Board the
Halifax, Deo. 27. The Europa-arrived It 5
o'clock and sailed at 7 A. M. Mason and Sli
dell were not on board
The Persia reached Quebec yesterday.
The Australasian attempted to go up the
St. Lawrence, but came back on account of ice.
Tbe 8ixty-tecond regiment will be Bent to
St. Johns to-morrow , ' -
Louisvills, Dec. 27. A letter to the Demo
crat Trom London, Ky., says there are only flf
teenJiundrcd rebels at Cumberland Gap, under
Col. Rains. They have sent their sick to
Kdoxvllle. Their pickets extend to five miles
tbissldeof the Gap. ; . ;
No newt from Somerset to-day.,".' . . i-,'x
Mr. Duff, Jut arrived, reports a fight Tues
day night at Joseph Everidl's house, Perry
county, between one hundred and eighteen reb
els and. fei-eeven Union .men. ..The rebels
were completely routed witn sixteen wounded
The federal's loss nothing. ,1 J4'
The rabela are piowllng through Perry, Leioh
and Breathitt oouutiet, robbing and swearing
union men to support tot aoutnern voniederaoy
Canadian Telegraph Lines.
Month at,' Deo. 27 The recent announce
ment through Canadian nailers ihatthe milita
ry authoritiet have decided to build a telegraph
line between Quebec and Halifax,, was at least
premature, aa no decision has yet been made by
the proper autboritiaa. 1 ne existing teiegrapn
company has; we learn, in serious contempla
tion the extension of the Farther; Point line
some two hundred miles to Cape Rosier, on (be
Gulf of St. Lawrence, via CampbellBtown, at
tbe bead of tbe Bay or Ubalons. ir tbis enter
prise should be carried out, tbe news by the
Canadian line of steamers will be received, at
least one day earlier than heretofore by the
way of Farther Point, and tho exlonded wires
will also bring into telegraphic connection sev
eral Important fibbing stations on tbe lower
Gulf shore -'
Should the line be extended, as proposed, Ao
Cape Rosier, it Is understood tbat the steamers
to and from Qaebeo and Liverpool will make
that a port of call next season; i J 1 i
Nxw York, Dee. 27. The exoltemeut and
rise in the stock market tbis afternoon is attrib
uted to tbe Impression that a suspension of ex
tensive paymeuts In, specie by the books, will
precede the next large treasury negotiations.
Tho House Investigating Committee left
Watbington to-day for Cincinnati. - .
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, December 27, 1861.
following ara tho nt&ll auotAttoflt aomseted bv
m. u. iumttuux,wnoietaio and retail gmoet
iuv Douiu uign eueei
Oornw on. .
0. Sagat 9
'eowail 00 1
Holaaaea w gal...
, 9 ,0c
Tea I,... ,60o,l 00 1 25
Dried Applet (j ho.
lava do.. .
... rl CO
Dried Peachoi... .1 50B4 00
White beauibu. 11001 ,
Broomt dot.. I
Potatoea, 9 50(tf(iuc Uay ton
Halt In aack I5.a.v Hnap (boxj a ..
Bait f bbl t'i 05 Klour 9 bbl
.. 84 75
Beer a owt U (mi White Wheat do...
Hamat, lOVlKve Flour bbl.
Shoulder 7- Oandlea.Tallow.bx,
Bait Pork a owt. . . 88 00 Candles, Opal, box
Wood a oord.... SA Oheete
Mackerel No. 1 hf bbl S 001 Hominy per bash
Mackerel No lqr bbl (5 SulWbliky per. tall.
85 1 00
Mackerel No 1 klta. . (it 00 liaiitne, M R. Box
bite Kuh per h'f Mil (1 8i Layers ..
white ruh per or bbl U 001 " ' Bultan a
Oodflib a t, flXc Vlga a s.
Herring a bbl ....l.5 00 Prune a f.
Corn Meal a bn.. 40?150olWool TwIdo 18o a lb.
Bum a doa... 13Xe Cranbernei a bbl... S7 00
Dried Beef 10c I Buckwheat y lour ft 3c
' . WKXXLT EIVIIW. .
fr.np talet at S4J14 25 lor new red. and 84359
lou for white: market nmettled.
Coax talet al 200
Kva tmall tale a -!5i350c.
Bar talet at 87(48.
Potato .ilea at 35940c.
Buna wlet atb7oSil 44.
Saw rule at 82 00 per bbl.
Wuit Vita rule at 80 25'$ 6 75 per bbl,
BucarrnkAT fuoR at SXOiXo a ft .
Bugar, Teat and Coffee advanoin ttill: In nroineet
01 inceeaiea auty.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 27.
COTTON Very quiet and middllne- upland art nam-
leal at 35o.
I LOUR Mo decided change in market. Traniaotloct
both fur export and borne consumption are on Iv to a very
moderate extent; aalea of 12 Sou barrel! at 85 S545 30
for rejec ed; 5 V5 i5 40 for tuperflue tiaie; 85 355 SO
for extra state, (5 H55 40 f,r uperfta western; $i ii
5 75 for common to medium extra western; 85 75
sli 85 for shipping brand extra round hoop Ohio and
85 9348 75 fur traae brand do., market closing quiet.
Canadian flour quiet and without Important change;
sales 050 bait at 85 30(95 40 for superfine; 5 5500 75
foroommon to ohoice extra. Byeflour qnlet and auady
at about previous quotation 1.
CUHn MKiLyuieiaoa nominally unchanged
IIKY Lower: tales 700 r-avnU at lt(io.
E Al Bales aro only to a limited extent and nricts
about the same; shippers Insist upon a material ooooesa
ion to which holders are onwUilogteaocide; talesSO.000
ousneit umcago spring at f 1 xu; 10 vou do amber Iowa
at 81 33: 1..000 winter red western at 81 37 and 1.000
common Canada white on private terms.
RYB Without decided change; tain 8,009 bush prime
slate at 83c; 1,700 do common western and ttate at 783
BARLEY unlet and iteadv: talet 4.000 buthelt at 73
74c for ttate and 73c for Canada Bast. '
CORN Rules dull and heavy; sales 31,000 bnsbelt at
0J3 for pilme mixed western In store and delivered.
0 ATS In limited request at 3942o for Jersey. Can-
ad a, western and ilato; sales 9,000 bush Prince Edward't
POKE There It a moderate buslnes doincat nrloea
slightly lu favor of buyers, talet 4000 barrels at 8i? S5
G9ill 73 lor meat, iiian for western city prim mess,
813 50 for clear, B 2j8 "5 for prime. .
BKKir Uulet quiet aud firm; safes 225 barrels at 84
GS4 SO for country prime, 83 for oountry meat, fit 50
levjx tor repawned ma.t, au ou,u a lor extra meat
Prime Mesa Beef Inactive at 8 11,J1.
BsliF UAJia steady ; sales 50 barrels nrlmeweitern
OUT MEATS Quiet: sales at 35o for ahonlders.
4H'40c for bams. We notice tale 10,000 green bams at
ttnoKKD meatd Dun and nominally unchanged.
BAOON Steady and unchanged; ailea 150 boxes thort
ribbed middles at 70.
LARD More active at 'nrlcet In favor ot the buyer:
1050 barrel! at 88&o.
huub ure-sed nrm at 4H(3!3o.
BTJTl'ER Selling at 113115c for Ohio. 10(S20o for
OHKE8E Heavy and lower; talet at 5K(S8o. the Ut
an extreme price.
BUOAR-Haw: tales 35 hhdl Cuba at 1KcSV. 15
hhda Poito Rico at 8HI 100 hag fiiam at 8o net oath;
0W7 bags Manilla to go to Baltimore at7)(o net cash and
3400 Pernambuco. ' ....... .-.
MOLABS 88-Quiet and without material change In
prices; talet 450 bhds B. R. at 40c; 13 hhdl Barbadoet
atSSe. t --r " .' " " ' ' '.' -
CLEVELAND, Dec. 26.
FLOUR But little doing In this line. No transactions
reported. - ... ' , ' " . - t.
iTumi-no sales. .
CORN Balet ot 500 bushels on track nt 38c. '
H10HWINSS No sales.' .' ' ""'
11008 Not much Inaulrv for nork. Prices ranis from
SO to 93 50. r
uats uuietatlaitquoutiont, VOJc. , , ..
RYB Bale 1 car on tra.-k at 43c, ' - " " ' J
DnTTBft Sales In the small way at 1314JiQ. I'
KOOB Remain firm at 14c. No tales, ,
OHH86H-5XC and 80 In lots. V " ' '
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 27.
FLOUR-Pecllncd BVc; tales SOO belt ' ." ' .""
WH8 AT Dull; sulci 8,000 buthelt of red at f 1 303
Bl; white 91 40. ' ; " . ,'.
uuiui uecuneti; aaiet or 3,oou menen at oiic.
POUK Meat 819 50; prime 88 50.
lard ex8a. -. .15 w t
W1USKY DnllatSOo.', r.f . .w (,,) 1 r
. .1 1 .,,'
' ' '
. There have been no. ehangea In ths pries of hogs for
the lott few days, though a slronj deposition exittt to
reduc the prlcei. ' ' '
The market still stands $2 40 for live hogt and 93 00
Salet since yesterday were of 500 head, averaging S20
lbs, at 93 in Treasury nous; 3uO bead, Wttgnlng 200 Ita
and upwaids, at 93, part Treasury notes aa part coin;
1,500 head, averaging 220 lot at 83 payablt In Treasu
ry botes and ooio; vuu bead weighing ids ana ipwara,
83 12, payable In Missouri currency -J!l!i4oon,
The market for dresied hogs was tteady at yesterday"!
prices, ranging from 83 to 83 fX' Tbt receipt con'
Unne liberal. 8 lee to far as reported were at follows:
41 avtraffiu '-2"3 lot 03 averaging tsii lbs, bo averaging
lb, all at 83 10; 30 averaging 275 lbt at 93 00; 43
dividing on XOU lb at .xaJ vc.
Live stock remains quiet. Salet of 94 bog averaging
We quote them at 93 50270- Ntwt
113. !. .
New York Cattle Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Dec. 25, 1861.
xotai, atcxins or cattu ov.au xnnt, roa tbxwixx.
According to the report from the tovtral aarket
placet In the city, there have been received thlt week, at
compared with last week: .
, i f, i .) B've. Oowt. vtals. Lambs Swine, Total
AtAUtrton't 8 018?" ':" 84 308
Browning'!.... -75 M3 . 24 3 470 .... "..'J,
uneu s,....i e o
Obamberlln't..- Of 21
Bold bu'rs, fleiy ..-
"-'19 -4820 ' ...T
jr.! . t ar.u
Total.......; 3235:. 73 1,170 8 063. 17,t0l - 89.047
T'l pr'tweek. , . 4.
Av. number,, . . j,
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Dec. 25, 1861. BEEVES FROM DIFFERENT STATES.
A. SI. Allertoa tV Co., Proprietor of th Washington
Drov-yards, 44th-it, report tbt Cattl In Market from
ths following States:
New Tork.. ... 1.8J9 Ooooeotloot.. ....
Uiilo.....,... 647 Hew Joftty.,,.4.
luaiuw. .,1...'. m Tezat. .......
llllnola.....,........t wi01 Omida....rt
KentsckjrM ).,.M . ;ir- Klch 'San . . ,
Iowa. t 'l MlMourt . . ...
PensaylvaDla. ......... lAlaaaacbaaettl
Number reperM for this market, af forty-fourth
ttreet, 9,0 10.
, he prWei to-Oay are quoted aa follalt 'jf . ,
Ilratquallly....".8,0X I Ordinary...;....'. 'aWi7
Medium. ....v...T4(8 J Extra......
Bona Ixtra good Baevei may a quoted at lOl-trl i"
The general average of the market ia bxo.
The moat of the aalea range from liiHu.
PrloetMr Bead aud M( ooand. ot difartat wtliliK
will be found la acooOan or talet of auodry drove :
Total aamkr of floovea roctlre la tka ait ihu week.
l'bla it 929 bead- ltil than Jaat week, and 1129 keul
leaa wan tna averave or last year. The averave num
ber atcaoh Wtdaetdaraiartst tut year watHDIb
while the number tovla belnc 3010 ibon 175 bead
more than the average. Sod 798 bead leit than tbli day
weea. .. . ,. . . ;
The followlog are the droret from Ohio In market thlt
Mki ' t. , t - .- ..
.81 B. W. Owynno..
.Id Wm.. Vloreoce .
.38 J oho Geary.....
.33 0I1UI at laffey.
.!J. Uurleydc Co..
Clark at fowler.....
13 i. 0. liaoa
THE SHEEP MARKET.
Receipts of the week, 8,003. t
The weather from WMlbauUv la Bnnrfi was v.rt Sna
for the sheep droveit, but the rain and snow of Uondny
uiu uiem a greai aeal or damage, it 11 true, alter the
sheep roach tho oltv market-ulaces. the hava most ex
cellent quarters, but many ot them that are exposed to
u weauier on cart or ooau and in yania where the mud
laoeiiyaeep, ana in wading through our wi etched streets,
reach lb sale neoa 1 a ver uusaleabla cundiilon. and
only for the fact that tbe market had Improved, tbe sales
wuum noi oar shown well, ine reca pta oo were not
large on Monday, and owln to tha demand haviDr been
awv j'asi. wmi lurmaiwD luestooa weniou wen,
a -u luesaa ooened Aool and nlauAntand the rtminii
,a,alland that gave the sbeep brokere Oonfldeuco aud
BW irmly for an advance, which baytn had to
buuuiil ,id ni inAt, mt.re. an...... In ,b,d .... k.i.i.
nest that day, for Chriatmu the next day would slop all
trad.. , , , ,
It will be seen by tome ol the report! ot thecp broken
that tbe average it very high, but II must be noticed
that n,n of Uie Ion were ot extraordinary value., Doe
ii me mn iota onerea was one ol bead from Monroe
oounty. N. Y.. by O. Clark fed by J. Uallock dr. Bros.,
the borne weight of which was near 850 ft average.
jurco 01 in nest and they wora very extra sold to
John Donovan of Tompkins Maillot at 825 each. The
others ro held at 8)5380 a bead. Mr. Clark alio
hat 30 bead, told by J. Heevet Brot. tbat averaged
l' h at home, aod are held at 8 II each, tbe set weight
uti cuiaicu at pretty near iuuq, eacn.
Donovan aUo bought of Mcdraw 10 grade Bouth
Downt at 910 eallmaled to average 1U0 ft, which were
eu uy tfounson oi uolumbla county. .
THE HOG MARKET.
Recelott thlt week. 17.501.
TbO following Are tha nuntj,ttona lvn hv U.nr n
i.ui, DuueriuianacnK or ina ruarkflt: iinrn fmi nnmrn
or . .w T VI Hit WSIUl.
Distillery Hots Nona raoorhtd. . .
Th recelpu. compared with previous weeki, appear
igu., wuieu ia parity accounted lor by the Met tbat the
above lncludet only live dayt, being made up on Tuesday
Instead of Wednesday. There Is, however, a considera
ble (ailing off In receipt, and, at will be aeu, a small
advance In prico. If tbo receipts hold low, so that the
pacicra and Eastern buyers can take them off aa fast as
iu,y arrive, tbo prist will not again reach tbe ruinctiily
low rate that hat ruled for some week,.
Geo. W. Herman gives the following figure! at th
price 01 itoga una week:
, , , . live. . Deadweight,
rlrstquallty corn-fed, large tlte.3(44c 45c
second quality 3 0)4o 5 5Jic
First quality, small sUes, fat and . -
prim, for maret butchers... 4 S4 1 10; 5K35XC
Large Use, e.ill fed, fat 3x 4t'a c
Becond quall'y, still-fed 3,i 0 44e 0
Tetajt: Hogs are selling as fait as they arrive, and
will until the arrival an larger tbaa they are now.
iA lil WAIllj STOHIi
JUST RECEIVED BY
WM jL. G-ILXj
No. 30 North High Street,
One ei the Largest and Best Seleoted tear t
BTKIl OFTEBED IN THI8 OITIf
House Builders , FurnishiDgs
Oaf EVERY 8TILB AND QUAL11Y.
French et America .
fAIIVTS OHOCND IN OF!,,
tod put up In half pound cant for family nie, and Dry
Mate to talk.- - - : r'
lifushos of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
OARttlAGE MATERIADS4,;.:.:.,T!.' ''1.' "J
:. s ;v J . 1 i-;e-' I :
axes GRmDSTONTS;- &b,;' rlttv;,;'r
'; GtrNs,pif5foLS, sn;dT,4o. '
.1: FISHING TACKLE.'
"" ' ROPE 4 CORD AG E
BELTING ; :i
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, "
, 4 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Y TH ES, dto;, . t42'-'
' ' y , SCALE3, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 etpeclally invite the attention of all Interested to my
mck ff Poko and Table Outlery, and ''.,;
SILVER PLATED JFOKlltj, , -
Table, pesert, and Tea Spoons,
HOGIRRb a 11R0'8. Manafactura, warranld lot
sxira heavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albattsr.
Coui.trv Uerchant. Mechaiiloa. And other, am lnu4
,dll and examlo my Stock, ail am prepared to Wit
'InleKjle and Betatt; . ' WM. A. Clt,X,.'. ,'
tjolumbu, Ohio, May 8, 1800. v .
Superior Court of Franklin Ooun'
'I , I ,-. J.--l . .,tia I frtat-.ifr .":-.
VnephPric and wlfei ,,'.'. -
SilliH' vt.-i, t - tl)o.T, p119.,
r JohnOram.relt. 5 topltttonTv.j; J '
Thf 'PCRSfJAPtCE Of AN ORDER Or
the laid Oourt to me directed. Twill oOVr fnr ala
tbt door of the Court Honio In the city of Colum-
Saturday, the 23th da? of December, 1861, '
between the honra of 10 o'clock a. m.,and 4 o'olock p.'
the following described nal estate, situate In th
oounty ef franklin, and State of Ohio to wit; ,
The remainder of a tract of land estimated to contain
hundred and five acres, known aa tho t)Id Poor
House Farm, being tbe tame land oonveyed by' John An
dra to bit tone Robert, Joanna, Reading aod John
Anderson, bv deed dated July 13th. 1839. after cnttint
fifty acres from tbe cast (Ida ot said tract, which waa
off to Robert Ring and wife. I , aoaaaleabl partition,
deed dated December 12th, Jrvi.,,... , ,jj , ,
Appraised ot 804 00 per acre.: i , . ,-i w
' ..j ... , QEO. W HTJFFMtUT Bherlff.
Prtaler'l feet, 8 00. .
Nov 17, U81-wtd '-' 1''"' '"'t-I-1'
Jjklaster ,; CqLiLinissioner's' Sale -i
Baraue. Paraona' Exicutom
Jchn E. Heyl et all,
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me dtnetad from tbt Snnertor Court of Innklta
County, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door ot th
Court House, In the city of Oolumbut, on "
Saturday, tho 98th day of Dfoertiber, A.' D.
O ! cioili,' " I8SU '- '
between the hour of 10 b'tloclt iVi., and 4'o'clocV . all
roiiowing uemnnea real estate, iiuiaie.in tnt county
franklin and State of Ohio, to wiuLoUJi'oi. va,
lolgtit, (H) hint (9) and ten. (10) of John and Henry
llltr't subdivision of Iota No, eh hty-nla. (fc9) niaotv,
(80) and ninety on, (91) of Crosby 't sedition to .out-loU
et f Columbus, a drllneated on the plat thereof, re
corded In voHum ab, pagetovtnty, of tht neord of plat
AppraltteJ-loM Not. 7, 8, at 1300 CO each". ' " ' f"
i ..U lj'W HC"MA.N.Sl,trUt t
' and Mastor Oomnliilonar.
Printer t fes 19,00.
npKB OHIO BTATES1L4N- STIAM
O "; j BOOH, AND JOB
' '; ' "' :-lr.
PRINTING U STABLI5HMENX
' tlav(n lncreaied Its ajraedy
i) .k.ii 01 -.u. iJ.f '.-;,!
JIs fully p'feDarsS to execute In tha
i'l'l ' ' .' ' T'.a J.IC 1 ft
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
a -i 1 - . ,9 in i 11
r.-i l.fl -i w-j 10, J5j-
' " ; ' v ' w ,0 ,.d Ji
! 'I . ' t - v alt. IN . x.'ir-a 1;.; t--r
- . - i. 1 . r. 1 ,: . j ,.- . ,iel,i u 1 .
THE LATEST STtK8l,
' CHECKS, .
And trerj dkTcrlption ofj " 7 '
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
IquaUto any Establishment In the BtaU, and upon
' term which will compare favorably with la
. . leading Eastern Printing Bout.
Having; every Fnoilitylto aid Tf
inTTnt pnonrorroK or
We offer our tervtcot to all who may deilr that claw
Wt have oonbecttd with our BttaUlihmint a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY
- trom whl w product th '
FixxeaBt BlAinls. VlToz-ls
AMD THS HOST
RAIL ROAD BLANK BOO
It to bsadmltted
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AND TBI MOIT
.PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In thlt City, and we may add, . .
WE WILL FAVORABLT. COMPARE
. - ' v-!'i j 1 -I. -i
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. w n il akt ' " ' : ; ' '
; i: - '.. ': ' V.
- , !.r n.'i:.. - t . .-.
Printing; Houm In tbe Wct.
blaster Commissioner's Sale.
Whitlngand O. M. Panons,
Bxeculoraof 0. Swan, I Doc. 3
D. 860. .
BT virtue of an order of tale to me directed, trom the
SuMrtcr Oonrt of ot franklin nonni.. Ohio I arlll
offer for lale at th door of th Oourt Bona, to th
Saturday, the 38th day of December, 1861,
Between th honra of 10 o'elcok A. H. and 4 e'elock P.
M., th following deacribed nramltna in wiu -
Part of lot No. aef Baker and Mitchell's auhdrrlalon
out-lot Ne. 82. Columbus, Ohio, beginning at tbt
southwest corner of said lot No. 8, al tht northeast eor
nerot Ui Intersection of Monnd and Bevenlh atreetti
thenc eastwardly on Monnd atreet on hundred and
twenty teet to a private al ey; thenoe northwardly by
aalil ally to tht middle of said lot No. 9; thaoo west
ward ly parallel with Mound atreet to tba frnt on 8v.
nih atreet; thenc tonthwardly on Seventh stnet to tbt
piao or Mtinnin. - - '
Inpralacd at SiOSO. .
i ' J .cm : tf: " -6.
! j;-;oo svt ?a' -
Pria tar's fwt 800. -povl
dlteawtd - 1
W. BUirUAK, Shtriff,1
and Master Oemmtntoser.
i Master ;iComniissionei"'S,, Sale.
0, Barringer's Admlalstraton,! ' io -'n- i h -
S. 0. Saanuck,
BT TIRTUI OP AN OKDEB OP BALB TO Ml
directed, from the superior Court of Pmnklln conn-
Ohlo, I will offer for le at th door of th Oonrt
nous in in city or uoiumoM, on-
8aturday, thS8th day of December,. 1861,
between tue nonrt or iu o'olock A. AV.ani o'clock P.
the fnilowlngdetcrlbed premises, situate in frant II
county, State of Ohio to wit: The lhrt (qaatandlvrii
lourin. parti or all tbt . lands, tenesMou atat wales
ower leawd by nayn Uritwold acUng BMmbarof tfe
loard of Public Works, to Christian Banirwen and Lavla
Tetrtngton by lease bearing date May let. IbM. tontant
with tbe undivided three-fourth pari of all UMttraatur,
ImpioTtsnentt and machinery on laid tend aad of th
apiurtennosthe rant belonging, and of all the rights,
Mneut anu prmiogei wuauoeTSf seen red of MM leaat
said letste- Tbe prembet above referred to are aitaaw
the Oolumbut Feeder at tbe lock commonly known aa
Pltber't lock, and said prrmitwar tonunonly known
Columbus Mills. " "
Ttrmt of sale onohalf aah otjdaref tale, ena-dimrtk
oae year, and one-fourth In two year, bearfna- Intarsat
8 p cent., del red ptrymuaUl saoared by -awrtgagt to
prtmiM. . .-. J-' I !.:..;, ......
Afpraiaeaat ajjav. ; i. nr' .A
N. B. Tbe reoalnlnrntidivldei! one-rrmirfS na'rt l tli'a
property will b eold at Ih tare tun and place, and up
on the tame terms. - - - '
anrralsed at ,130, T '.' ' ,. ' "'" '' " " -t .,
:a i - -OBOBOl W HUFfMA", 8ri.- -,
v , v, Mr .- t and ttalr 0 itsslsil snev, -t
Print fee 19 80, d wiU .-
tvl7 diiAwtd. . I? .f , . r, ,
YALaSNCIErWeS), Id LTEIB Jr. POINT
LaooOallaM aad Sett. Prtoch, Psshwr and Threat
Plnt Laoea, Embrnidered Collar, Beitt, THaualn( and
vain, umam oartv auu woioarwa, raua i,ina aioliar.
"rtandOuiri In 8ta,
Ay;or-s Sa rsn nariila
A compotinrr remedy, dt-aignea to be the moat
effectual Alterative that can bt niadeV ' It ia
i ooiicentrafd extractor Para, gartaorirjlln,
o combined with otlicr' substance of nl
greuttn- alterativ jowar as to nffbritrf eWrm
liue "antidottv fftr -thtCdlaease' guraaytirillU
reputed to cure. , It .ia believed Ihut avuh a
medy Is Wanted bjf thoaa wlio suffor -fio'm
i.-rumous compluiiit"aiiil that ouc, n:likh ill
iiTompLab tliir cyrw AiObt proVi ofiituaienM)
i-rvirc to this largo class rjf our afllietcd fellow -dtm-rra.
Hoiv completely this cmritlnnftrMil
46. it has boon proven by exparunont'oil.HSM;.
ni' the worst cases to be found of tiitt following
Scitjipou.' Aifb 8ctoVLbc I loxriAtyT,
vnvrTlox AUO CKVPTITB Ulsr.ASRS, Vi.cnu,
rivviM, UlotciIes, Tvuoui ;Salt ifrt.
ttVA.hU llEAU, StPllUIS AMD bKrillUWW Af,
lEcrioNs, Meucuiiial Disease, UitoFst, pfti.
UAI.OIA Oil TlO DOULOPUEBK', Dr.8rt4TV, Dvs
PHMIA AND iKDtdESTTOIT, 1?TtTITl!r.AS, ItOHK
on Sr. Anthony's FiitE.and indeed the wholn
slum of complauits arising; item liirrMiTA' iyf
TUB Bl.OOl). J i . ' fxl.l
This corrrpoaTid avill OO ftnnd a trrontim.
h motor of health.vherl ttiken in the aptihr. o
'.Apvi tue ioui numors wnicn Witter-tit'tiie,
blood at thnt season of the year..'. Dy tho time
ly expulsion of thom many rnnkllng disorders
aro nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, sparo themselves from
the endurance of foul ernptlon art niee-rom
sore, through which the system' will gtl Ivtrtri
rid itself of corruptions, if not ussistcd to do
thi thiotitrh tho tiatural ohannels of tho body
by on alterative medicine. Cleanse out tho
vitiated blood wheucvor you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; eternise it when vr)u fliid It Is nh.
rtructed and sluirjish in the veins : elennsn it
whenever it is foal, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health; -and live
i 'ingur, wr cieanainjr the blood. Keep the
blood health v. and all is well i h.itwmU tl.i.
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
timing neaitu. &ooner er later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery, of
Me U disordered or overthrown.
SniMnparilla lias, and deserves aiuch, the
reputation of accoinplbhint; these ids Ilut
tho world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, pitrtly because the-drug
alone hu not nil the virtue that is clhlmed
lor it, but more because many prerntrafJoni,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts "of it,
rontuin but little of .he virtue of Saraparilla,
"r any tiling else.
during late years the public have been mis
by largo bottles, pretending to give a fiunrt
of Hxtrnrt of ariapurilla for ono dollaf.' ' Hon
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
tlivy not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
nlh, but often no curative properties wnatev-
r. Ilfiice, bitter mid painful Jisnpppintmf'.t
h:n followed the uie of the various extract of
Saiaapurilla which flood the market, until ths
iLiiiit! itself is justly despised, and lia lvi-ohu-synonymous
with impotiitioii and chrtt. 1 aStiti
w r.lll this compound Sarsapnrilln, and infm 1
to fiipply such o. -remedy ns shrill .., ib
r.anio from the load of obloquy whi'.h n-'-u;in
it. And wo think we huvo gvouni!
b lieving it has virtues which ore iiten'f-i
hy the ordinary run of tho diseases it i, !lit,i I .
o l Ui euro. In order to secure their et,i,W- .'
ui .nutation from the system, tha remedy hIh,'',,
b -jtsdiciou-ily tuken according to direction
tlie bottle. ' ' '
DR. J. C. AYEIt Sc CO.
T.OWL'.T.T. TVT ACjC
Price, 9 1 per Dottle j Mix Bottlee Tci s'v
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
hat won fnrTilself tuch a renattn for ilia irt..'.t
every vnriely of 'lliront and Lung CumpL.ii.t, ti, ,N
o Bnurviy.iuiueaemuu-y lor ill to recoup (,
evidence of iu virtues, wborover it luui Ue-J i
plo)i?tl. An It has loiig been in conduit n,,
throughout thw section, wo ureil nnt-iIoTuori-limi
assure the people ita qualilv is kept up to tbo tini'
over bus been, mid thai it may be relied y
do fur their relief ull it has over been found to if , '
AyerV Catliartic Pills, '
ron the ctrita'aii1'
Cottirciiest, Jaamliev, DQ)wr, fn .' --.Axr,
DisenU;y, luui StmrMfli, liryiipeliu, ll.n-h '.
Piles, liheniiiatim, I'.i Hntimm ami S.'.iit llir,j .
Liver Cnntpftiiii, llnim, 'J'f'r,; 'jumarx n-l
Salt Wicvui, Worms, GwtK 'Xjt. -nlsL, . r. '1
Ditiiie,- Fill, and fur riiri'fui.-i, the 11,, rl.
'i'hey tire Miuji tiiMitd. i lb,.! tho
tive tan l,:ke tlieai pl! isiu,t!v. iuul tiiey .-n,; .
best aperient in I ho wniM f.,r all tbe purposes ;,f ,
plirie ' ' - " ..
Price cent j poi- Toxi Five bW&e-fflM
Great niimlwiH of CUuvmoii, rj aieUiL&vMt"
men, ami eiiiiin-iit , peiKoiiates. liava-,lriitnaun,i-,
ronie(li, lint Mir apnrV here will- SM. p iwlr-' t Sr'
liKerlimi of ih"i:. 'J'hc A;;"tit 'Mi,v Ttac.'tl
BmiNoitrAMnniCAN Ai.maxac runitf.K' iV-y4-'
vitl, 'tU, f.,i laeriptiuni of 'Cu
m-,1 t.n ilii-u cure. '-. . .'. . , r.
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