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SPECIAL NOTICES,
Nolle fa Pbyelclaue ana the Public
ALLOOOK'S POROUS PLASTERB.-TESTTMONIAL
"T. Aucooi A Co., Ho. S84 Canal itmt, New York
Nov.SHth, 1859-Qentlsuien: I lately suffered severely
; from weekneet In my book! pcouloned by fuddenly
over exertlpg myself, Having heard Jour platters much
recommended for ouei of this kind, I prooured one, and
tbe railtvu 11 llmtloinld deilre. A tingle pi liter
-TSjredmelnaweek. Vouri respectfully,.
j. o. BBiaai,
.' Fro'pV'otor of the Brendrolb Iloais, Nov York.
Then li noftttojf equal In the way ' plaster to tho
Porotii Platter of Mr. AILCOOK. In Attbms, Cough
KTdney Affections, sod local deep iMted pains, they
afford permanent relief; an' (or weak backs, palni In
'. Uit aide, Hitches, and ipstmodip, patoi gonerally, they
art aniarpaawd for the benefit! they Impart. . Price S3
oenti each, Principal office J04, Canal itreet.
. ' Slid by Jonit K Cook, Druggist, Oolumbui, and by
. dec4-dwlm .
a Slight Cold, Cough,
Jffaa-tacnxL&s., or &fcJ-
jtyitaat, which might be
aliechcd , with a simple rem
edy, if neglected, often ter-
it- mvnates seriously. Few are aware of
fl" the importance of stopping a fauat or
SrUght from, m its first stage; that
which in the beginning would yield . to
mild remedy, if not attended to, toon
attacks the lungs.
mere first introduced eleven years ago,
It has teen proved that they are the best
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A.
Wr't .
V'
j" artUle before the publia for Maugha,
jLalcLttfL, ilve HfLcking Cough in AZan-
y aumhilan, and numerous affections of
the jOhf-aai, gwing immediate relief.
' JPublic Speakers and Singert,
!' - will find them effectual for clearing and
strengthening the voice.
, Bold by all QMiggiats and Qealers in
JdedUcine, at 15 cents per box.
, for tale, wholesale or retail, by ,' !
0. ROBERTS, Druggltt,
No. 24 North High itreet,
deel9-dfcw6m
TO MARRIED MEN,
Or Those Contemplating- marriage,
THI nnderilgned will give Information on a very fa.
UrMHng and important tubjeot, which will be rain
ed mora than a thousand timee Its ooet by every married
couple of any age or condition In life. The information
will be lent by mall to any address on the receipt of 85
, wntf (Utter) and one red itamp.
:w AU letters thonld be addressed to ,
H. B. M0BRI8, M. D. !
oetSl-lyStawdkw Boston, Han.
CALL 'AT
J. L. CILL & SON'S
- NEW BIiOOS,
NORTH HIGH STREET,
AND 8KB TFIH LAR0B8T STOCK,
THE GREATEST VABIETYi
AND
TBI HOST BEAUTIIUL PATTERNS
OP
STOVES
ETer offered to the oitlicni of Oolurobui.
THIY HATE
COOKING STOVES FOR COAL,
COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD,
AND "
COOKING STOVES
For either Wood or Coal.
COOKING STOVES
For large Families or Bmall Families, and yarylng in
Price from
i
Three Dollars to One Hundred and
Twenty-Five.
PARLOR -STOVES,
Of every Prloa, Blie and Variety, for Coal or Wood.
DINING-ROOM STOVES,
HALL STOVES. .. I
Of many Pattern!.
" SITTING-ROOM STOVES.
STORE-ROOM STOVES.
y OFFICE STOVES.i
ArmyStoves.
Both Oooking and Beating.
The tightest and
most Portable
Tent Store erer
ottered tq the
Officers of our Great Army.
F U R N A C E S,
For Heating Dwelling, Chn-chee, Store-rooms, or other
. large Buildings. -
LAUNDRY STOVES,
: ',. , ,. lor Family Ute or Hotels. ')
MOTT BOILERS, , , - V
A6R10ULTURAL BOILERS, '
; SUGAR EVAPORATORS, .
' , , , SUGAR KETTLES
HOLLOW WARE, r 'l ; -".'
dosg irons; r . ;; '
' . - .'''!
' " SAD IRONS, ' y
TAILORS' GEESE,
And many other arttclea "'or any other man." .
1EJ OALl AND BKErQjj . , i
I No,' 92. North High Street
.... COLmmjSf Qm0
J, L, Gill & Son.
noyK-tf
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
If BUr. SHATTLEU HAS OPENED A
xu. . -
BOARDING HOUSE 7 r;
AT KO. 90 1AST TOWW .flrBIiET, :
Where ha eas aecomntarlate a nuober of Boarden bylhe
mmrnmrnm.
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TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 3I,'1861.
THE LATEST NEWS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
The Great Rebellion!
Washington Gossip.
THE FINANCIAL CRISIS.
Suspension of Specie Payment.
LATEST FROM PORT ROYAL.
Affairs in Missouri.
The War in Kentucky.
Humphrey Marshall Fortifying.
Prestonburg.
A BATTLE IMMINENT.
&c. &c. &c.
From Washington.
Washinoton, Deo. 89. The settlement of
tbe Treat affair afford! much ratification
all olaeiea, whatever their previous opinions,
utuieviDK i nag savea as irom war with (Jrrat
Britain, aod possibly with France. Secretary
Seward's diepatchea are considered of the
Dignest statesmanlike ability.
From Washington. [Special to the Tribune. ]
It will reioice the friends of CoIh. C
Wood, and other gallant olSners, held as hosta
Kea by the rebels, to know that on tbeenrppatlnn
of Mr. Fanlkncr their prison will probably be
rendered more comfortable. That gentleman
upon his arrival at Richmond read the military
authorities a lecture upon their ncgleot to do to
at an earner uay, saying mat even the priva
teeremen In custody in the North were better
treated,
Mr. Ely received $1,008 in cold bv the hand
ot Dir. lauuner, a Christmas present from
Hon. Schuyler Colfax, to be distributed among
the destitute private toldiera imprisoned in
Kicbmond, and so disposed of It.
toners orougnc dt mr. tiv irom prisoners
sent to Tuscaloosa, Ala , indicate that they are
quite comfortable. None of the prisoners at
icnmona, unsrieston or Tuscaloosa nuflered
much from heat during the summer.
[World's Dispatch.]
The manner in which Mason and Slidell are
be delivered up has been left to Lord Lvodb.
ho will doubtlesB have it done in the msnuer
least offensive to this government: They will
probably be put on board the America, which
sails from New York next Wednesday, and
which will, It Is said.be required to. ttop at
Boston to take the Rebel Commissioners on
board.
[Time Dispatch.]
From a gentleman who has iust arrived from
Richmond, we learn the followin.tr lutereetine
facts: In a conversation. Jeff. Davis stated that
e blockade had somewhat Incommoded them.
but Eogland would soon raiso it. Lincoln could
not surrender Mason and Slidell, and that their
surrender would lead to war. He expressed
confidence that the Rebels would defeat the
Union troops in a fair field, and that ii was im
possible lor tnem to be conquered. Many mem
bers of Congress declared rather than come
gain into the UnloD, the Boutn would become
pro? luce or .ngiana.
Washington, Deo. 30. Tbe following is the
bill Introduced in the House to-day by Mr. Ste
vens on leave:
lBt, That all laws or Darts of laws creatine
and establishing torts of entry or delivery in
any State now in rebellion, be and the same are
hereby repealed. .
yj, Ucreatter no vessel, either foreign or do
mestic, except such as belong toor employed
by the Government of the United States, shall
enter or leave any of the said ports unles3 driv
en there by stress of weather.
3d, If any vessel shall violate or attempt to
violate the provisions of this act, the said ves
sel, cargo and everything appertaining thereto,
shall be forfeited the ODe-half to go to the
captors and the other half to the United States i
and every person is hereby authorized to make
suon seizure; and the captain or commander of
such a vessel shall be fined not exceeding five
nunurea aoiiars.
4tb, The said vessel and cargo may be seized
at any place at sea, or in any port, and the
goods may be taken wherever found, either on
land or water.
Sib, The proceeds shall be divided among
tbe captors according to the law now regulating
prizes. -
6th, The ship and oar go may be tried, as
well as tbe officers, in any court in the United
States Into whose jurisdiction the same may be
taken.
7th, The Slates now in rebellion are Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Ala
bama, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Missouri,
Tennessee, and Arkansas. If any other States
should hereafter become rebellious, the Presi
dent shall proolalm the faot, and the provisions
of this act shall then apply to suoh State or
States.
8th, The President shall bave power to de
clare any harbor or harbors porta of entry,
when in his judgment it shall be expedient.
In reply to the resolutions of the House of
Representatives, requesting the Secretary of
War to furnish all general orders issued in ref
erence to tbe transportation of troops and muni
tions of war by railroad, and also all orders
designating the amount to be paid for snoh pur
poses, the Secretary submits a report from
Quartermaster-General Meigs, in whioh it is
stated that the Quartermaster-General has is
sued no general order on this subject.
- The official report of Commander Dupont
relative to sinking tbe stone fleet, has been re
ceived at the Navy Department, but presents
no new features. It embraces also an acoount
of an expedition up the North Edisto, which is
long and uninteresting.
New York Banks Suspend Specie
New York Banks Suspend Specie Payment.
Nxw York, Deo. 30. At a conference of our
city banks Saturday evening, by a unanimous
vote tney resolved upon an immediate suspen
sion of specie payments, the heavy drafts on
their coin, caused by their large advances to
tbe government, renderldg this step, In their
judgment, necessary, we presume it will be
quite generally followed in the large cities,
though the drain upon our oity banks results
from causes which tend rather to strengthen
than weaken the banks of the interior. .
Latest from Port Royal.
f, New York, Deo. 29. The Empire City ar
rived from Beaufort and Port Royal 25th lust.
The Seventy-ninth Regiment made a recon
nolasance fiifteen miles from Beaufort, captur
ing several rebels.
' Our troops were still building entrenchments
on Tjbee Island, while Fort Pulaski kept up a
continual fire on them without doing any dam
age.. A rebel gunboat oame down Warsaw channel
from Savannah to see if the way was clear for
tne cogiien eieamtr ingal to get out with a
eargo of oottou. She was chased by one Of our
gunboats and rub ashore. Her orew esoaped to
ibe woods, exoept two, who were captured and
put aboard the Wabmh.
THIRTY—SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.
Scnati A communication was reoelved from
the Secretary of War In reply to the resolution
of the Senate, stating that It Is incompatible
with tbe Dublio Interest to furnish tne corres
pondence which passed between Gen, Scott and
ucn. ratterson.
Mr. Grlmet Introduced It bill to icauire the
title to tbe District or Columbia.
Mr. Davis introduced a bill declaring certain
persons alien enemies, and for sacrificing their
property for the benellt or loyal persons.
senate adjourned till Thursday, ,
IIousi. Mr. Potter reported the followiner.
wnicn was adopted: 1
Resolved, That the Ssoretary of the Treasury
ne requested to lurnisb, without unnecessary de
lay, to the select committee Instructed to In
quire into the alleged disloyalty of Government
employees, the Information asked for by tbe
letter on the 3d iuat. addressed by the chairman
of tbe committee to tbe Secretary of the Treas
ury.
Mr. Potter also reported a resolution canine
on cue ouoretary ot the Interior to similarly re
spond. He said It was necessary that the select
committee snouia nave this inlormation in or
der to make their reriart.
Mr. Mallory objected to tbe Introduction of
tneanove named rtsolution,oalling on the Sec
retary of tbe Interior, etc.
I be last resolution of Mr. Potter beloe ob
jected to, it was not received for consideration.
Mr. Stevens, from the committee on Wave
and Means, reported a bill repealing certain
laws creatine porta of entrv -the consideration
of which was postponed until the second Toes
day in February.
Mr. Stevens briefly exoreseed h Is views, sav
ing, among other things, that the blockade was
a quasi admission of the nationality of those
whose ports are blockaded, and that it was not
a correct principle for a nation to blockade its
own ports. Incidentally alluding to the adjust
ment of the Trent affair, he said that the con
duot of France was impertinent, as she was un
invited to intervene In the affair: but when we
shall have settled ourdomestio troubles, we will
look into the holy alliance of these powers
(France and Eocland). and see bow far thev
shall be permitted to control our conduct.
I ne House adjourned till Thursday.
Boston, Deo. S3. Tbe surrender of Mason
and Slidell creates little or no surprise, having
been generally anticipated, and considered the
most direct measure ot averting a torcign war.
From Missouri.
Palmyra, Deo 21. Yesterday General Pren
tiss, with lour hundred and fifty troops, encount
ered and repulsed a body of rebels nine hundred
sirong, under Col. Corsey, at Mt. Zion, killing
and wounding one hundred and fifty of them,
and capturing thirty-five prisoners, ninety five
horses and one hundred and fire guns. Our
Iobb was only three killed and eleven wounded.
ibe rebels burnt another bridgeontbe North
ern Missouri Railroad on Saturday, aud say
that they intend to destroy all tho cars on the
road and prevent the road from being run during
this winter.
From the South.
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 27. It is reported here
mat tne steamer uiaoiator entered a uonieder
ateport with large quantities of arms, ammu
nition, eto.
The Richmond Examiner says a painful ru
mor was circulated that a gentleman of this
ity, holding a commission in tbe army of the
fotomac, bad committed suicide.
Suspension of Specie Payments.
Boston, Dec. 30. By instructions from Lord
Lyons, the Niagara, wbich arrived here on Sat
urday, will leave to-morrow (Tuesday) for Liv
erpool, taking out Mason and Slidell. The
Persia, now in the St. Lawrence, will come to
Boston and take the place of the Niagara for
Wednesday, the regular day.
1 be residents and Directors ot tho banks ol
this city held a meeting this morning and re
solved to suspend specie payments forthwith.
Philadelphia, Dec. 30. The banks of this
city have resolved to suspend specie payments,
in consequence of the ou:perjslon In New York,
New York, Deo. 30, Mr. Cunard of this
ty, agent of the Cunard lino of steamers,
states that tbe steamer Niagara will not sail
for Liverpool until her regular day, Wednenday,
January 1st.
From Fortress Monroe.
Fortress Monroe, Dec. 29, via Baltimore,
Deo. 30. As the steamboat Express, wbich runs
between Uld rolnt and .Newport News, waa
leavlDS the latter place this morning, a rebel
tugboat was seen off Sewell's Point, She wore
Commodore's blue pennant, wbich waa mis
taken at first for a flag of truce; but on. the
Express arriving within range, tbe rebel boat
fired a shot serosa her bows and followed by
shells.
The greatest consternation prevailed for a
short time on board the Express, which was un-1
armed. The schooner Sherwood, employed to
bring water from Newport News, which was in
tow, was cut adritt and deserted by ber orew.
Tbe schooner drifted down with tbe tide aud
was taken possession of by tbe rebel tugboat and
towed to Craney Island.
The rebel gunboat subsequently made her ap
pearance for a second time, but the Express got
away, and reported the circumstances to the flag-
hip. Alter a long delay about nait a dozen guu-
boata got started toward the ocean, and threw
few shells into eewell rolnt and tbe fig roint
batteries, without effect so far as known'.
Tbe Sherwood bad been lined with ztno and
fitted out with a valuable foroe-pump for a water
boat. Loss estimated at $2000.
Tho brig Empire sailed yesterday for Port
Royal, to open trade. She took a cargo of
fresh provisions, eto., also a balloon and
chemicals and an apparatus for inflating it,
consigned to Gen. Sherman. -
A note from uen. Huger to uen. wool an
nounces he is ready to send 240 prisoners of
war down tbe James Kiver irom .Richmond, by
the of truce, whenever they will be reoelved.
Gen. Wool will send a flag of truce for tbem
Thursday or Friday.
Boston, Deo. 30. The agents of the Niagara
here deny that they have instructions to take
out Mason and Slidell.
Tbe Niasara took in coal to-day to make
room for the steamer Persia, soon expected
hero, aud mayor may not leave for Liverpool
before her regular day. . ; . t
From Kentucky.
Iouibville, Deo. 30 The Journal has
letter from Columbia giving an account of a
Blight skirmish in Adair oounty. The rebel loss
was five killed and ours none. - ' -Humphrey
Marshall, heading sixty five hun
dred troops, is Ibrtifjin? Prentonburg, and is
expeoted soon to march toward Maysville.
General Buell has ordered a brigade under
Colonel UsrSeia rorward, and a battle is expect
ed very shortly.
Attachments were filed ' in the Louisville
Chancery Court on Saturday under the law sub
jecting to tuoh process the property of rebels
who remain in the Southern Confederacy thirty
days after its passage, against Ueneral Jucli
ner, Ex-Minister Preston, and Edward Crutch-
field's property, for twenty thoueaad dollars
each, and In smaller sums agaiost several others.
Arrival of the Santa Fe Mail.
Kansas Cur, Deo. 30. Santa Fe mall with
dates to the 14th, has arrived.
Tbe reported massacre of twenty men by the
Indiana near fort otanton, proves to be incor
rect. ' ;.-'.!-. ' -
- Memorials have been passed by the Territo.
rial Legislature, petitioning Congress to enaot
laws and make such appropriations as will au
tborlze the Indian Department to select suitable
lands for Indian reservations: also that New
Mexico be relieved of the payment of the
amount of tsx assigned her by tbe late law of
congress. , . , - -. . . ,
Tbe law for the protection of slave property
in new Mexico was repealed by an almost unan
imous vote, of both Houses. , ; 1 '
From Cairo.
"Cairo, Deo. 30. Charges of swindling in
lumber contracts at mis point bave been inves
tigated byCapt.Hillyerandaubstantlated. An
Immense quantity of iumber, purchased at $0.50
per one thousand feet, waa billed $10.M).
uiner charges oi iraua are undergoing inveBtl
gatlon. - .
Cincinnati. Deo. 80. The surrender of Ma
son and Slidell and the suspension of speeie
payments by the New Yore banks, pronuoeq a
feeling of relief, in business circles. . '
a--
;
.' New York, Deo. 30, On' Saturday evening
the banks did not hold much over $23,000,000
in ipeole- Many of the banks are paying specie
as usual, while others are paying (mall sums' to
customers. There is little demand however j ,
. ' Arrangements, have been made for the ad
vance of specie to pay a portion ot the State
debt and Interest thereon, due January 1st. '
Romoval.
WE have removed to cut new stores, 70 and 7S Tine
street, between Second ind Pearl itrecta. whara w
lhall be pleaied to see our friends and customers, j
w un a large and complete stock of ,
Groceries of All Kinds '
and greatly increased faolllllea for doing business, we'are
prepaieu to .uppiy ouyeri on tne mosc ravorsbie term!
WM. uLK-NN. Si BON.
Cincinnati, Deo, 18, 1801. j
WM. OLKKN. JAS. H. OL1NM. . BYHOHD, JR.' O. T. SUHN
WM. GLENN & SONS;
Wholesale Grocers.
TO and 72 Vine Street
Iletween Second and Pearl flts.
Olxxolnnettl-'
dec34-2w
Shooting Gallery, i
HPHB underelimed bege loave to Inform hit friend
jl mat ne dbi nuea np a
8H00TIN& GALLERY
at Tns
VERANDAH, ON STATE STREET.
flood flnna, Air Onnj, Pit toll and Refretbmenti.
Give me a call. a
novl3dtr " CONBAD BIOHAECB.
Sheriff's Sale.
Francis M. Story, by hie noxt friend,
1
nary oiory, petitioner,
vs. .
Superior Oourt
(I rankllri oounty.
Tnunh Stnrw Ar nth. n ,.nnn,l.nt.
BY VIRTUE Off AM OHDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Superior Oourt of Franklin
oounty, unio, i win oner for sale at the door of the
Uonrt utouse, in We city or Columbus, on
Saturday, the 4th day of January. A. D. 18C2,
at one o clock, P. 51-, tbe following described real ea
tate, oltuate in Flooiant township. Franklin countv
Ohio, to wit:
l'art or survey No. 380U. or the vimlnla Military Sur
vey., beginning at a slake In the southwest corner of the
traot of land, containing oue hundred acres, conveyed to
Jonieh Bevans by Joacpn Btory by deed bearing dale May
7, l&JC; thenoe aouth 07J poles to a stake and four small
mcKuriee auu an eim, inence emt U-'-l poles to a suite In a
prairie; thence north G7X role, to a stake on tha wmt
Ida of an elm marked as corner in the line of the Klous
ot; mence west poles to tne beginning, containing
fifty-two and a half acres, more or less; subject to a
dower entile heretofore eet off and assigned to Mary
Story, widow of said Marmaduke Btory In laid premise!
described aefollowe: Beginning at a sUke from which
black walnut 13 Inches In diameter bears N. 45X deg.
E. iu links; thence B. Sdeg. W- St poles and SO link!
to a .take; thence H. B8 dee. E. 124 nolea to a in
the west line of Yeoman's laod: thence N. 22 nnii .n,i
20 Inks to a tke la the aide of an elm marked aa a
corner; thence N. tW deg. west 124 poles to the begin
n'ing. .
Tutus or 8AH.--0ne third in hand, one third In one
year, and one third In two years, with Interest from tbe
day of sale, secured by mortgage.
Appraivd at 915 (10 per anre.
O. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff,
By Er. Dvif , Deputy.
Printer'! feel 1 5 00.
nnv4-dlt&wtd
r Sheriff's Sale.
Peter A. Fressler
vs.
Thomas Daniel.
SDoo. S, p. 259.
Superior Court,
BY VIRTUE OF AN OHDEH OP SALE
to me directed, from the Bunerlnr
County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the
Court House, In the city of Oolumbua, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 4'.h day of January, A. D. 18G2,
between the bonra of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'olock
i'. 41., ine roliowing lands and tenementa, litoale in
the county of Franklin. 8 late of Ohio, and In tha tnwn
of Worthington, and known and described as follows, to
Wit! . .
Ibe north equal third part of In-lot number ninety
two (02), aa distinguished on the Original anl rm.nlwl
plat of the town of Worthington, in .aid Franklin ooun
ty, Ohio, being the same premitea conveyed by (aid
Theodore 8. luller and 8ubrlna hii wife, to said Ihoma.
inmai, uy uecu uiueu August JIU, At V. JCOO. .
Appraueq at $cuu uu.
Q. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
Printer's fees 80 00.
novtW-dlt&wul
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Joihna Baldwin's ailm'r, , . .
VI. ' Oourt nf flnmmnn PIm..
Richard Snowden et al.)
IYV VIRTUE OF AN OHDEK OF SALE
i to mo directed from the Court of Onmmnn Pia.a nt
Franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for ealoat the door
of the Court House, in tbe city of Columbus, Ohio on
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 18C2
between the houra of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M , tho fol!
lowing premi.ee, situate in tha city of Colambui, Frank
lin county, Ohio, to wit:
. In-lot No. 395: alko. lota No. 14. IV in. 17. IS II)
20,21 and 23. of Snowdon's subdivision of Out-loti tloi.
jj ana oi eaia city.
Appraised at Lot No. 395..... 93,500 00
Lot. Nos. Hand 15, at.... $475 00 eaoh.
" " 10 and 17, at.... 500 00 "
" " 18, 19,20 t21,at475 00
" " 22.at 550 00
G. W. HUFFMAN, Bheriff,
and Master Comuiuilorer.
Printer'! fees, $5 25. ,
deeS-dUfcwtd ;
Master Coiiimissioner's Sale.
B, Nell, Adm'r of' ')' " ' '
Joshua Baldwin'! estate, (Common Pleaa.
vi. June Term, A. D. 1858.
Eira Martin et al. j
BY virtue of an order ot sale to me directed from the
Court of Common Pleaa of Franklin sonntv. Ohio.
I will offer for aaie at tha door of tbe Court House In
tne uity oi uoiumoui, unio,, on
Thurs jay, January 30th, A. D. 1862,
at one o'clock P. M., the following deaoribed real estate
situate in the county of Franklin and State of Ohio, to
WHi
Bounded on the east and west bv an extension of tha
east and west lines ot Fifth etreet, north by Sugar alley
and aouth by Town street, being sixty feel front ou Town
itreet by 187 X feet deep, and situated In the city of 0
lumbua, Ohio, being the aama property conveyed by
John W. Baker and wife to aald Martin, by deed dated
April 4, iooa.
Appraised at o.uuu.
O. -V7. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Matter Oimmiisianer.
Piinter'i fees (3,75.
dec28-dlttwtd . .
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Henry O,
noble i
vs.
Court of Common Pleas.,
John E. Tipton
et at )
T V VIRTCfJ OF AN ORDER OF HALE
JJ to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleas of
Franklin county, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the door of
tne uourt House, in the city of Oolumbui, Ohio, on
Thursday, January 30, A. D. 1862, ,
at one o'clock P. M., the following deecrlbedjeal estate,
situate in the county of Franklin, and Butte of Okio, to
wit:
Lots' No. SS and 50 In Phelan'a Addition to the city
of Oolumbui, Ohio.
Appraised at Lot No. 55, at 300.
. . . SOiat 100. C 1
' 1 O. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
and Master Commissioner.
Printer'! fees 3,75.
dec2Mlttwtd - "'. : ...
Master Commissioner's Sale.
John O. Blckel
VI.
Michael Btriokfaden
Cob
etal.J
Common Plevs.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Court of Common Pleai of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for aaleat the door of
the Oourt House, In the city of Oolumbui, on ; -
Saturday, the 25th day of January, A. D. 1862,
botwees tbe hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'olock p.
m., the following deaciihed real estate, aituate in the
county of Franklin and Stats of Ohio, to wlU
Lot No. aeven (7), I n Parsons i addition to the oity of
Columbus, Ohio. ., - ,
' Appraised at 7S0 00. '
5. W. HUFFMAN, v i
Sheriff and Matter CommiHloner.
- Printer'i feei, (3 75. i
decSO-dltdtwtd . " t
y BAIIT & SON
OFFER the most Extensive Assort
mentof - '-- - ii-
s Brown and Bleached OoUon Flannel"? ' ; I 1,1
, . ., , Mu.lin.i . ., j '"'
V Barnaley Cotton Sheetlngtt - - . - . "
, Select (Style, of Calioo'e and Delaines; -.Tlcklngi,
Bhirtingi, Ologhams, -. --. ...
. And Cotton Batllnga.
, i Alio, Blanked, Flannel r -
Oasalmerei, Cloak OloUia, eto,to.-.; fr
ltnch below reaularnricea. - .
BAIN fc BON,
OCtlf . SO Sou. th High Stmt.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
New York, Dec. 30.
COTTON Very quiet and middling upland! are nom
Inal at KkS!3Se. I
FLOUR Prices have advanced from ( to 10o With a
better demand for export and boms consumption! sales
of S'4,000 barrels at 5 S05 30 for rejeoiad; 5 335 SO
for .uDerfloe atate; s i uy4S 7a lor extra state, oioima
at f 5 7035 75; 5 35(35 50 for superflne western; $5 CS
(35 P5 for common to medium extra weatern; (5 00
(80 00 for shipping brand! extra round hoop Ohio,
as 10u 75 for trad aranoi do. market Closing quite
firm. Canadian flour Urm, with mora doing; aalea 1200
bbla at 5 455 SO for auperflna; (5 G5($U 75for com
mon to oboloe extra.
BY 8 FLOUR (steady and qtttai; imauialea at id su
9)4 SS. . .
CORN MEAL in ratr request; laies au noil at
3 for Jeney; 3 27i for Brandywlne.
WUIBKY Ii a shade better; .ales of 850 bbla at 19o.
WHRAT Opened firm: oloied with an an advance of
about lo per bushel; but tramactloui are only to Mm.
I ted extent, ihlppen holding off, while recelveri are dis
posed to Insist upon very full prices; sale. 7Jt0 busbeli
Chicago iprlng at tl 30; 1S.400 do Michigan club at
tl 30 1 3j 27,000 do red state at (1 32; 16,000 do
winter red western at 1 391 41; 75,000 white Mlchl
gin at (1 31. 700 do white and mixed western at 1 40
1 50. '
BYE Without decided change; lalei 6,000 bush prime
stata at,83o; 1,000 do common western and atate at 79
8Uo.
BARLEY Quiet and iteady; sales 4,000 bushel! at 78
for stale and 73o for Canada Kait.
COBN Advanoed l2o per bushel, with less doing,
tales 40,000 bnsheli at C5o for mixed western In Store
and afloat.
OATS In limited request at 42t3o for Jersey, Can
ada, western and state; salei 3,000 bush Prince Edward's
Island at 43o.
PORK There ii a moderate buslnesi doing at prices
lightly In favor of buyen; lalei 1350 barrels at (12 00
&H3 50 for men, I&319 50 for western oity prime mess.
BKKFUulea quiet and firm; aalei 8U0 barrels at (4
(S4 50 for country prime, $54)5 50 for country men;
911 50 12 for repacked meie, 13 5013 75 for extra
mm. Prime MeiaBeef Inactive at $UKsM.
BMKF HAMS Bteady; salei 50 barren prime western
at 914 00314 50. -.
COT MKAIS Quiet; lalei at 3H33t for shoulders,
4K(tS for bams.
BUOKHD MEATS Dnll and nominally unchanged.
BACON Bteady and-nnchanged; silei 45 boxes ihort
ribbed mlddlei at Oo. .
LARD More active at price! In favor ot tha buyer;
lalei 1900 barrels at 7(380; 100 firkins at Ho.
IIOQ8 Dreued firm at 4X4o; western 45c for
city.
BUIIEB-Selllng at ll($I5o for Ohio, 10320c for
state.
CHEESE Rules In favor of buyers! lalei at OX
.S2J??5Su,8t. Tr' flIn notice ixlei r.X
'"BUyABtaw.firaVialei 300 hbdi at7'ic for Cuba,
and 7.c Porto Rleo.
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 30.
FLOUR There was a slight Improvemtnt la the de
mand for flour to-ay, and good retail brandi were held
with firmness at full price.. The sale oompriio V00
brliat 93 al for lupeiflne; 94 0004 10 for extra;
91 10(34 25 for family, and 94 254 50 for fancy.
The demand is mostly cinflned to the local trade. In
round lota it would be difflcult to ,biain our Inside nota
tions. WHEAT There .Is a fair demand for wheat, and
choice lota could be eold at higher prices. Tbe sales
add up over 7.000 bush at 60365c for fair to choice red,
and 85390c for fair to choice white. A sale of Hill wai
reported at 84c, but a lot was taken at 85o, and consider
ed low.
CORN The sales of new ear oora add up 3.000 bush.
at 28o, at which the demand at the lawer road Is fair.
OATS The demand for oats is fair, with tale, of
3,000 bush at 2tx828,Hc, In ttcka, buyer! (urniiblng
tnem.
KYE Is firm at 43o.
BARLEY The salei of Barley comprise 1300 bushels
at 48350c for fall, and 493!4:io for spring.
K B Ai. HBhB Are dull, with tales at 36c.
WHISKY The sales of wbitkv eomnilse 00 brliat
13313X0, the latter price from wagon.
vommtrcial.
Hog Markets.
CINCINNATI.
The receipt! of Hogs are very light, being only 1.600
head. The demand Is light, and there Is mora difficulty
In effecting .ales. Wa quote the whole range at 93(3
8 15, tha latter prioe for extra heavy. Tha sales were:
100 head, averaging 230 lbs, at 93 10
56 '
50
do
340
do
....... ...a... O 13
8 10
....933 15
3 17
3 10
do
do
do
do
820
3303231
830
255
do
do
do
do
589
301
250
Rnqolrer, Deo' 30.
LOUISVILLE.
The market ii extremely dull under ths foreign news,
and we oannet hear of an offer for hois or product.
Only two of tha houses bave been killing to-day, and
they were finishing np lotion band. To-morrow will
olote the ifeion unlesa more favorable newt ihonld ar
rive from 15 ttrope- it la very doubtful It bogi oould be
eold today at any price, while pork and lard a re held at
mere nominal ratea without a buyer.
"AROOItD Till FALM."
Killed to-day. To date.
In pent.
Hamilton fc Bro 300 0,938
Huffman, Duncans Co 4.470
700
300
JarvltfcOo 15,470
Owsley Co 3,163
O. W. Thomai fc Co - 14,015
A. S. White fcOo 14 015
McDonald fc Co. (N. A.) 1.900
D. Bicketti fc Co. (Jeff.)... 7,537
Total
Democrat, 28.
900 05,227
900
CHICAGO.
Tha receipt! of live hon to dav amonnt.d to nnlv'
4,789, and under an active Inquiry both by thlppers and
paolert, we note an advance In pricea of 5o per 100
poundt, with aalei of about 4,500 head at 93 4032 70
groti. The bulk of the lalei, however, were at 92 50
for bacon hoge, and 93 608 65 for heavy extra lots
brioging 93 70 .Tribune, Deo. 28.
TOLEDO.
The oold weather hat revived the apparently "droop
Insr spirits" of pork dealers, and mors activity Drevallt
to day than we have aeen before thlt season. Pork ar
riving to-day by team! hat been readily taken at 303X0,
some of tbem averaging not mora than 130 ft a. Theie,
however, were for shipment. Packers are paying 3a
3c.-tDlade,38. ,
DETROIT.
Dressed hogi remain unchtnied. Lota aniin9
three hundred pound! are selling at 93 35, and for very
heavy 93 35 It paid. The Utter figure it the blgheit
paid. Balei are very liberal lAdvirtlter, 28. -
FREMOFN, O.
Owing to the low prices, but little nork hit vet nnna
to thta market; 93 50(33 It all that buyen are dlspeeed
to offer. If tha weather Ii favorable after New Year'a
day, a large amount must naturally oome In. A. More
houie haa put up 1,200 hogf, all but about one hundred
of which have been bought at Fostorla and Flndlay.
Journal, 27. ... , .
INDIANAPOLIS.
We note a tale yesterday of 175 head, in mnn 040
and 350, at 93. There was no demand for hogi averag
ing less than 200. About 40,000 head have been slaught
ered at this point op to date. Sentinel, 28.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
' George C. Oiborn ) - - -
vs. Superior Court.
Samuel L. Lingo et al. )
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Oonrt of Prank-
lin Oounty, Ohio, I will offer for aala, at the door of
the Oourt House, In the city of Oolumbui, on -Saturday,
the 18th day of January, A. D. 1862,
at one o'olock, P. M., the following described real estate,
n.uiti m ujv cqudij a. antnann. ana etate or Ohio,
to wit:
A certain pleee of land in section two (2), townihlp
two (2), range aeventeen (17), United States Military
land; commencing In the center of Plank road ttxty feet
(eo)iouthof theN. B. corner otalot deeded fromO. h.
Weatervelt to Peter Hammon; thence 8. with aatd road
twelve rod! (12) and lome linka to George Btoner'a line ;
thenoe K. thirty-one roda (31) and thirteen and a hair
feet (13X), thenee N. parallel with aald road sixteen rodi
UUJ, inenoe weit to tne place ot beginning; It being the
wui hutmw munm oj aceooa irom u. it. wosterveit to B,
L. Lingo, except a fraoiion 64 feetwlde on the N. W,
corner, and known aa lot No. one ot the lubdiviiion o
tbe above descrloed three acre piece. -Appraised
at Loti Noi. 3, 4, and 5, 950 00 each.
" Not No, 3 and house, 9175.00.-
" The one acre lot, 75.00.
S. W. HUFFMAN. Bherlff,
. .and Master Commissioner.
WlLSOH fc BlHOBAK, Att'yi. v
Printer'i feei 95 00. - - i
decli-wtd - . , . -..
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel A. Moore, for tbe use of 1
Hliiabeth Insworth, .- I Common Pleat, No-
. va. - - I
J
vember term, 1801.
: Henry 0. Stanley et al.
i
BY virtue of an order of sals to me directed (ram ths
Court of Common Pleat of Franklin county, Ohio,
I will offer for aale at the door of the Oonrt Boose, In
the city of Columbus, en . . .,. , .- ,
: Saturday, the 25th day of Jan., A. D. 1863,
the following deaoribed landi and tenements iltnats In
Franklin county, Ohio, to wit: Alt that tract of land alt
nate In the townihlp of Bharon, and bounded ai followt.
being lot number nven, Is Motion, number four, town
ship number two, range number eighteen, United States
military land; and alto thai other traot of land lo aald
township and eonnty, and desoribed as follows! Being
lot number eight. In section number four, towaehip num
ber two, range number eighteen, United States military
surrey of land, except eighty aoreo told off tbe eaat end
of the two tract about two year, ago, the balance here,
by oonveyed being about one hundred and eighty-eight
acres of land, more or less. k - 'til
. Appraised at 95 per aors.' ! '.
Printer'i fees 93 75. lA' ''" !
'..' i .r..,-Vsi- , 0. W. HUFFMAN, BberUT, i -.
' ' ' " and Master Oommiailoner .
doS3-td
THS OHIO STATESKiN STEAM
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Having Uereaaea Its already
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la fully prepared to extents In lbs
MOST.ELABORATE MAHNEX,'
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CATALOGUES,
BRIEFS,
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BILL HEADS,
NOTBS,
DRAFTS,
CHECKS,
. CIRCULARS,
f AMPHLETS,
LBTTIR HEADS,
LEQAL BLANKS,
DRAY BIOEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
!And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establlthment In ths Stats, and upon
terms which will compare favorably with ths
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Tla-vino; every F"aoility to aid JJ
IN THB FBODOOTION OF
ELEGANT POSTERS
AMD
HIGH LY 'ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
We offer our lervtcet to all who may desire that elate
of work.
Wo have connected with our EttaUlshmtnt a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY.
From whl ws produce the
Finest ' Slauls. viorl
AND IHI MOST
8 it' BAIL KOAO BLANK BOO
OUR . TABLISHMENT
la to beadmitted
STIXID LARGEST
THI MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
aim Tin host
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In thii City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH AST
Printing; House In the West.
RICHARD NEYIN9,
PROPRIETOR.
GREAT CIIBfi
DR. LELAND'3
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
18 THE ONLY KNOWN 'REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A BURS CURB FOB
All Mercurial Disetwos.
It it a conveniently arranged Band, oontalnlnata med
icated compound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to the mott delicate persons; no ohange In habits
ot living is required, and ft entirely removes ths die
ease from ths lystem, without producing the rniuriovs
effeeta arising from ths use of powerful internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By thll treatment, tbe med
icinal properties contained In the Band oome In oontaot
with the blood and reach the dieeaae, through tbe pores
of theekin, effeoting In every Instance s perfect euro,
and restoring the parte afflicted to a healthy eosdIUorv
Thll Band It alto a moitpowerful AnTt-Motccaui. agent,
and will entirely relieve the ayetem from thepersWcioM
effcoti of Mercury. Moderate caaea are cured to a few
days, aod we are constantly receiving taaUmonlaU of III
efficacy In aggravated catee of long I landing.
Prios 92,ut), to be had of Drugjfiita generally, or can
be aentby mall or express, with full directions tor uso.
to any part ot tbe country dlreot from the Principal
Office,
No. 409 BB0ADW1Y, New York.
G. SMITH &CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B.DeioriptiTO Circulars Bent Free.
A. J. SCHUELLER ek EON, Daoooirrt, Aoihti, No.
277 8. High St., bet. Friend and Mound, Oolumbui, O.
. lET" Agents Wnntcct Everywhere.
tnbSS-lylsorlttp.datw
OOIjTJTMXSTTO
Machine Manufacturing (Jompanjj
J.ueoeoeo.oooaee,..e. tM,'F .
ANDtaonraiM or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
' OMtlnga, MlU-tHarlntt Kaehlmry. '
' '' L8r K - -'' ' '
HLoliiroaca. yTrVorlac.
r i -, of iriiT DBKnumon. ,
'' OOLTJWBTJK, OHIO.
'
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deolirlo5S-tf
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OAUDTTABESTOBG
JUBT RECEIVED BY '
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One of the Unset anl Best laiast a
Of
Eg OFFERED IN THIS OITT1.
House Biiilderg Fnrnighingg
OF EVERT STYLE AND QUALITTV '
rreaeh America.,
Window aiasa
PAINTS GROUND IW OIL,
and pot spin half poudeau for really ess, and Dry
PalnU In bulk. '
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS
CARRIAGE MATERIAL'S.
AXES GRINDSTONES, o.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Jto.
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE cordage;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPf.EMPVTfl
SCYTHES, &o.,
SCALES, BELLS. CHAINS
rable and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite tha ifini. .n ...
- v. uiivraawn so my
took of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
MILTER PLATED PORKS.
Fable, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives. &o..
J aOQERRb A BRO'8. Manufacture, warranted lobe
umnesvy, jsieccro-piated.on genuine Albatta,
wowiry narcaauii, at ec nan Ice, and others, are Invited
o call and examine mv Stock, aa T am -
- , Mn, w mvu
holetaleandReUll. Wlf. A. GILL.
Oolombu, Ohio, May 8, 1 two.
INTERESTING
TO EVERY READER.
T It an Indisputable fact, that If any person wants one
COATS, he will usually find tbem In lane quantities at
MAKWB CHILDS'3.
IS any person desirous of owning oss of the late style
nf AsiVEt nvtn nn t a , .
don't break your heads to lesra where to And them, but
a .
VArlTAL wlTY ARCADE,
opposite tne Btate Hosts.
Ton Hill fled tbem there In all colore, kept by
MARCUS CHILD3.
DID yon never wear any oi tha SILK MIXED OAS
BBiERE SUITS, which are sold at the Capital Oil
Arcade Rush In and yon will find them In pilee, at
MARCUS CHILDS'S.
YOU may alto be in want of PANTS and TESTS, and
thana la bat an. Mbthllshm.n In t w. ..
Pant! and Testa are to be had in all itrlpee, thapea
y", uuuimuaquiuun,iDa mat piece it the
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE
DOST forget the extensive assortment of FURNIBTI
INfJ GOODS, particularly In WOOLEN BBIaTS
which von can And In RH Mt. .nn ki. ti
CAPITAL CITY ARCADE,
Superintended by Mama Cbllda.
IF yon wish to wear garments MADE TO OH.
D Est, you can do no better than to go to the Mer
chant Tailoring Establishment, next to the Arcade, and
elect your goods from s ttook comprising all colors of
Beaver Ololht. Oattuneres, Bilk Velvet and Pluab Veil
ings, and yon will rarely meet with a good fit by purebaa
log at
MARCUS CHILDS'S. .
MILITARY GENTLEMEN, when they come to thll
city, as itraegers, aad wish to get a UNIFORM, it
la to their best advantage to eall at
MARCUS CHILDS'S, -
Where a large assortment of BLUB CL0TII and other
articles belonging to the eqnlpsge of an officer oan be
had at very moderate prices .
in inort ceil at
Marcus Childs's.
Proprietor of that extensive business locality,
NO. tl, SS and SS HIGH STREET,
Opposite ths Slate Bouts.
octVNdSm
AND
BUNK BOOmMFACTOaV
SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED W U
IMPROVED MACHINERY
AND
STEAM POWER.
N. W. LE FAVOR, Supt.
NOS. Si, 38, 38 NORTH EIQH STREET,
Statesman Building-, decond Fleer,
over R. NeTlne'e State team
Prlntlnsr numi.
EXTRA SUBSTANTIAL ,
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With or without Printed Heading!, on Superior Paper.
RULED AND BOUND
To any required Pattern.
BTATE DEPARTMENTS,
RAILROAD OFFI0BB,
, BANKING H0UBEB.
COUNTY OFFICES, .
MERCHANTS,
Furnished at ths Lowest Prices.
BOOK BINDING,
. Fy the Edition or Single Tolums
MAGAZINES, ' "
MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS.
. . PAMPHLETS, ,
-- PAPERS,
Bound in any Required Style.
itiktiA a atv ... ... '
' For Publle end Private tlbrarlet.
Orders frost abroad wilt isetlvs prompt and special
attention. Address,
J. H. RILEY, or. N. W.LEFAVOR,
Bookseller sod Stationer, , Superintendent
7J Booth High Street. Frank'ln Bindery.
noTl4-dSa . , . , " : .
BLACK STRAW BONNETS 111) EL
SMt Rlbboss, Is great variety at HA'ti'B,
e . Ko. M, Higbitwet
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