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ItLOOOK'tf POROUS FLA.BTSRI.-TBHTIMOMrAT,
'Te AlaUMMTK mt fln. Ma (Min.n.l y
wv,t vwiM lipw XUrft
ot. Bttth, 1859-aentlemen: I lately .ufToreu Hvanlf
"n a wmim In my tack, occMloned by suddenlv
wrexertlng myself, Having heard jour piaster! much
"commended Iter oases of tbii kind, I proouied one, ind
. -
ii retail wu til that 1 0 uld desire. A slngls pliiter
di in a week. Tours respectfully,
4 J. 0. BBiaas,
' f Proprietor of the Brindretb Home, New Tork.
. '1, .... .... . ...
j uoimng squat m in way or s putter to the
f orous Pluter of Ur. ALLGOOK. In Asthma, flnn.h.
Ijldney Affections, and local dnp tested paint, the;
'"! permanent relief! and for weak backs, paint in
tide, ttltobea, and ipatmodlo palm generally, they
tj'.nnsurpsiiedfor the benefit! they Impart. FrloeSS
eacn, Frlnolpal office SM, Oaoal street.
ill , 0?0, Columbus, and by
woxs-aawim
1 Slight Cold, Cough,
jDhfical, which might be
rihAcyrp.ri. infth. n. rlj rm
vj7a7 :rr-
ar, dj, jf negleotea, often ,ter-
Ihitiaten seriously. . Fevi are , aware of
fs impmKcnae of stopping a rfpaugh. or
witoi in. tfte beginning mould yield to
a mild remedy, f not attended to, eoon
w.aaks the lungs. '
we first introduced eleven years ago.
has bean proved, that they are the best
$old, .f-anJiMa., Jtuna,
iCaiafifh, the Backing Cough in an.-
yumhtLan., and numerous affections of
JiJfttaat, giving immediate relief. '
"ublic Speaker and Singer 9,
Jl find,, them effectual for clearing and
lengthening fie voice.
Sold by all Qruggiats and Dealers in
Jfiedicine, at 5 cents per box.
Tor Hit, wholetale or retail, by
0. ROBERTS, Druggist,
4eolO-dit0m '" ' - - ..
TO MARRIED MEN,
.Ttooae Conterapiatlnr narrlage.
i"'Bnd,r,lffneilw"Ulvelnfoiniafion on a rery.
Cfa9 and important tuWeot. which will be Tal
aort than a thootand tlmei Ite aott by treiy married
WM 01 any an or oondlilon In lite. The lnramu.
m seni oy mail to any addraM on the receipt of 85
mm vuter) ana out red itemp.
llt lettera thoald be addreued to
H. B. MORRIS, H. D. "
yiai-jy3wd , iBotton.Maai.
0 ALL .AT
NORTH HIGH
AND BBS THI 1ARBBBT BTOOK,
THE flBEATEST VARIETY
AND
HH MOBT BBAUTIfUL
-OF
STOVES
pKrer offered to th MtUns 'of Oolumbni.
TB17.HAT1
OKlVd ST0VB6 FOR OOAL,
f ObidNC STOVES FOR WOOD,
' AUD - -
COOKING STOVES
lor either Wood or Ooal.
1
i
OOEING STOVES
r V.mllt a Qmeill laMl1(Aa anA vwln In
frt Dollars fo OnA TTiinrtrfifl and
$Jy Twenty-Five." ,
PARLOR STOVfes,
Vary Price, 81m and Variety, for
Doal or Wood.
I'NG-ROOM STOVES,
7 'HALT. STOVES. St
h Of many PrUerni.
SITTING-ROOM STOVES.
STORE-ROOM STOVES. - ' .
;; ,". ' OFFICII STOVES, : '
Army stoves,
,Botb Cooking and feaung.-: . , , :
Mghteet and moet PorUb Tent Btofe erer
officers of our G-iJat, Army.
R" U R. N A 0 E S,
rating Dwelltnga. Churchet, Btp-rooma, or other
urge nuiiuingi... ,,
.. . . ..1' ! . .- . ' "
llUNDRY STOVES,
rT BOILERS, ' ' 1
AG RtCULTURAL BOILERS,
vUGAR EVAPORATOR
: 1 , "SOGAR KETTLES
:klOW WARE, ;
11.. BAU 1K.UJN9,
TAILORS' GEESff,
And mu; oiuoi kush.- v.
VTJfrl AND 8EK
?Tfl2 North 'High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. . , .
.T L. Gill & Son.
mm
7
"boarding house.
i1SHAXIEl HAS WFENE0 A
AT WO. SO BAST 'TOWN VOXR,.)M
JfTttn aeootMaodate nnabiret Boartni by.th
TOFES, STOVES, STOVES
STREET
i:-.
PATTBRNS
C. EBERLY & CO
DRY GOODS AT COST,
IN 00NBEQUENC1 Of HB HIGH PRIOB OF
Cotton, and the recent adranee In Dry Qoode, and
the exphratlon of oaroopartnerililp, we will, on and after
the Mlh day December, offer our ttook of Dryaoode,
Hatj, Capt, Boot! and Blioet at met, or le than New
wnoieiaie pneei, and will contlnoe nntll the en
tire ttcck le olaied ant.
The arocery and Produce Builntu will be eontinoed
ui our new oauaing
- The fitoreroom we now nnrnn will 11 tnr rtni tnil
beV!5?l0n ,lV,n 00 flr,tta A"" by Cyrut
The Store room It 91 bySSfeetithe building three
K?u ' hb' Dd altnllte1 t0 aootheait oorner of
ull i minaa eireeu, uoiumuue, unlo.
., 0. ISBHELT ft 00.
deol8-d3w
GENT8 DOUKLE.nilEA.STED joe
BINO UndeftUlrti. .
BAIN k. SON.
G KBITS' KIIIU'D
OABMKNTB. ,
nEHINO 1IVI)EH
. BAIN c BON
' 3 BAIN BON.
f If'KS', EADIE8' AND BOYS JIIE.
' irawert
BAIN 4c BON.
GENTS KID LINED GLOVES.
BAIN
BON.
TIIICOT &,
new itylee.
BEAVEK
CLOAKINOS,
BAIN t 0ON.
SIIAKKIt
Drawen.
FLANNEL SHIRTS AND
BAIN. BON.
P.ANfON FLANNEL DRAWERS FOR
" , BAIN ac SON.
TS!58!'BTS' AND MISSES' NEK.
iHw unuer'inirt!. ,
, BAIN 4c BON.
GENTS' FANCY FLANNEL SHIRTS
BAIN 4c BON.
SHIRTING
lanoy.
rLANNELS, PLAIN ic
BAIN 4c BON
liFd"' i"" BOYS' SUPERIOR
SHIRTS and Oollart.
. BAIN 4c SON.
THE BALMORAL
NoTelty.
HOOP SKIRT A
BAIN k. BON.
CLASP HOOP
BAIN 4c BON,
SKIRT.
NEW DELAINES
VALCK SO cents.
at
ltX CENTS,
BAIN 4c BON.
Eee0" BE.
' , BAIN 4c BON.
(ITV"? CORAHS, nUF.FS tc CCFFS,
BAIN 4c BON.
BED, CRIB eV CRADLE BLANKET
all iiiet,
BAIN 4c BON
T ABIES' WHITE CASHMERE Skirts
decibel , ' BAIN4CB0N.M
AMD
BUNK BOOX MANUFACTORY
j SPLENDIDLY 14UIPPBD
Wt'JH
IMPROVED MACHINERY
j . . AND i..-
i STEAM POWER.,
N.j W: LEFAVOR, Supt:
NOB. 38 34, 39, 33 NORTH HIGH BTEKET,
Statesman Balldlnar, Second Floor.
over R. NeTlna'a State steam
Printing Room.
;...). IXTKA SUBSTANTIAL
PAGED BLANK BOOKS,
With or without Printed Heading. n HnrAor p.P.r.
'ruled and bound
To any required Pattern.
8TAT1 DEPARTMENTS,
; RAILROAD OIIIOEB, .
i " bankino nocBia.
j COUNTY OFIIOIS,
r ; ' .' KEBOHANTB,
1 Vurnlihed at the Lowest Prices.
BOOK BINDING,
i By tne Edition or Single Volume
i
MAGAZINES.
FiiMmifiooKfiiiiiy
i MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS,
PAMPHLETS, " - .
PAPBB8, ;
' Bound in any Required Style. .
BINDING AND HE-BINDING
f' ' i . tot Public and Private Llbrarlei.
Orders from abroad will reoelre prompt end ipeclal
attention. Addreai,
J. H. RILEY, or. N. W. LEFAVOR.
Bookseller and Stationer, Superintendent
7 Bouinmgn street. franklin Bindery.
novl4-d3jB ..
GOOD SAMARITAN
E. B. ARMSTRONG-,
No. 17 East Town Street, .
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
d i
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
irr A larito itock of the GOOD S M ABIT AN on
nana.' . ,
novlB-d3m ,
DR. ROBT; , THOMPSON,
J Stirgeon fc Physician.
rrSBEtTB ALL DISEASES OV THI XYK. ' '
A Offloe HlKh Street. North of Broad (No. 10. i
Beaidenoe, N. Fourth (Market) Street, near corner
or spring.
Colombo!, Dee. 99, 1801. dAwtfi
DR. J. :W. THOMPSON
riTflCB ON HIGH ST&1ET, OVER HAYDIN'S
J IRON STORB, a few doer. Koita of Broad.
Colanbuf, Pig, , IWWU
. " -""- .V. j4v
I
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FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 3, 1862.
THE LATEST NEWS.
BY TELEGRAPH
BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
Fire in Rochester.
Bufflo, Jan. 2. A fire last nlcht in Roohei
teroansed the Interruption of all the eastern
wires, rartiouiars not received.
Mason and Slidell Sail for England.
rnoviDENCE. Jan. 2. Th British itetm ciin.
boat Rioaldo loft here atflva o'clonk
afternoon with Mesirs. Mason and Slldall, and
ineir oeoretaries on board. The wind blew
hnrrioane all night.
Boston, Jan. 2. Tho gale' at Boston list
nigntwas the most severe known for years.
From Missouri.
2. Dispatches recoived at
ueaaquaners announce tne caDture of the noto.
rious Jeff. Owens, Col. Jones and fifty of their
onage-ourniog gang near Martinsbnrg, Andrian
OOnntT, by Gen. Schofield. commander of thn
ocaie militia; and various guerrilla bands along
uo iiurm iuiBBoun itauroaa nave been pretty
thoroughly scattered.
Sis reeiment! of Fednral imnnd hava lofl
fLL 111. 9 m. . - L
uuemue ana upton lor Weston, on an un
known expedition. -
latxr, The report this morning that six regi
ments of federal troona started on a western
expedition is a mistake..
Recent deyelonmunta dlnnlnan imhsiilaniiiil.
In the county collector's office, amounting to
uircj inoueana aoiiars. ibese lrauds were
committed bv SteDhen Daxtell. chief
n . -.. J t. 1 r . '
vadcuu uck ior a series years.
From Fortress Monroe.
FoATRiSa MoNBnr Jan 1 via Ritn.n..
Jan. 2 Capts. Shillinglaw and Monson, of the
Seventy ninth New York RouimAnt i.un w
Dickinson, Third Regiment infantry, U. s! A.',
Lieut. J. W. Hart, Twentieth Indiana Regi
ment, and CorMril Thoa. MeDnvell. nf ,h.
Seventy-ninth New York, arrived here last
night by a flag of truoe from Norfolk. They
are of the two hundred and fifty to be released
in exchange for an equal number who were sent
to Richmond last week, A great Improvement
In the treatment of prisoners is said to have
taken place within the last two weeks.
The above named soldiers go to Baltimore
to-night on tbeir wav to their hnmen. Th .
mainder of the number to be released are ex
pected to-morrow afternoon, and 'a number of
our wounded, making a total of two-hundred
and eighty four to be released, are expected in
a few days.
From Fortress Monroe. From New York.
New Yore. Jan. 2. If la renorud tht r.ri
Sohurz has resigned the bpaniah mission to
vase a commana in tne army. -The
workmen at the Navv Yard, numharinir
nearly three thousand, have struck in conse
quence of a repent order of the Secretary of the
J.1BTJ, requesting id em w wort irom sunrise to
sunset, as is paid outside.
The Chamber of CommernA to-dar adopted a
rfanlntios'to propose a memorial to Conereas.
asking for the speedy passage of effective laws
by which equal taxation will be laid on the sev
eral mates; also, ajudioions system of excise
to sustain the publio credit, and form a stable
basis for the ultimate liquidation of the pnblic
debt.
A resolution was also adonted after an extend
ed discission, that the Chamber remonstrate
against the recent construction of the late tariff
law, by which the act is made aoolieable to
goods in bond, imported prior to its passage,
and goods on ship board prior to the 5th of
August. .--.
The Spanish squadron took ncsseasion of San
Juan Dulloa on the 16th of December.
Vera Cms was evacuated by the Mexioan
troops the next day. They retired without firing
again.
Havana letters say that Santa Anna and Mi-
ramoa. are both to go to Mexico.
General Prim was at Havana, and was
about to leave for Mexico with reinforcements.
Puiladiuhia, Jan. 2. Captain Alfred Ba
con was not killed at Paducab, as previously
reported; but In a skirmish between the Federal
and rebel pickets near Calhoun, McLean ooun-
ty, a guard composed ot men trm tha 30th Ken
tucky cavalry regiment was attacked by a large
force of the rebels and fifty of our men, includ
ing Capt. Bacon, were killed and twenty taken
prisoners.
Wm. Bacon Stevens was eonsecrated Assist
ant Bishop of Pennsylvania this morning, at St.
Andrews church.
From Port Royal.
New York, Jan. 2. The. steamer Ariel ar
rived here yesterday from Port Royal, 28th.
She brings no news.
The frieate Sabine arrived yesterday from
Georgetown, South Carolina, via Port Royal,
for repairs.
The prize bark bmpress arrived Irom new
Orleans bar. -
The steam corvette Richmond arrived to day
from Hey West.
New Hampshire Republican State
Convention.
Concord, N. II., Jan. 2. The New Hamp
shire Republican State Convention to-day nom
inated Gov. Berry for re-election. Dr. Crcsby,
of Hanover (Dem.), received the nomination
for Railroad Commissioner.
Resolutions were adopted sustaining the Gov
ernment in prosecuting the war, indorsing the
national Administration, demanding strict econ
omy, indotslng the State authorities, thanking
the volunteers for their devotion, and promising
to support tne candidates nominated without
regard to party issues. "
Affairs in Mexico.
New Yore. Jan. 2nd. We learn from the
Havana Diokio that the governor of Vera Cruz
was willing to evacuate the city, but demanded
and received a respite of 24 hours.
Uen. Uozett, on landing, issued a proclama
tion to the troops and another to the .people:
the latter to the effeot that troops had come
hither only to demand satisfaction for the fail
ore of treaties and violence committed against
tneir compatriots but to obtain guarantees
against similar outrages, the greatest satisfao.
tion to the army would be, alter fulfilling its
mission from the queen, to return to its own
country with the certainty of having merited
the atlections ot tne Mexicans.
Nearly one hundred rifled cannon of the
latest pattern were found in San Juan.
From Washington.
.Washington. Jan. 2 -We are hapfiv to aav
thtt at no time bas General McClellan been
dangerously ill. He is rapidly recovering from
a setere oold taken'at General Porter's last re
view., He is attending to all important busi
ness, and will be out in a few days.
- The steamer Stepping Stone came up from
the flotilla last night. This steamer, on her
reconnoitring trip up Oooquan bay, scattered
the rebels wuh three well directed shots from
her 24-pound rifled gnn, the shells bursting
right In the m'dst ot the rebel soldiers; bot on
her return she as followed by riflemen who
concealed themselves behind trees and fired
several bullets through her sides. One of these
snots passed tnrougn tn bead of the Captain's
berth. ... . . . .. ..
The new rebel battery is on Possum Nose,
this side of Cookpit Voint, and la therefore the
nearest battery to th, city. At least one heavy
rifled gun is planted Mere, as shells have been
fired into the mouth o Mattawomon Creek. . -
Gen. Benham has bfen released from arrest,
and is ordered to repb-t himself for duty at
once. The Court of InquVy ignored the charges
against him as soon as that were reooived. -. .
Col. Wilson's regimentVif Mechanic Foall
eers have been ordered to report to Gen. Lane
at Fort Leavenworth. The la officers will be
selected from the States from yuich each eora
pany hails.. - . V .''
A quorum was not present In eher boose to
day. ! ' '
New Year wm marked by especially cotdiftl-
V
be
:
'
Ity on the part ol .the Dlplomatio Corps. All
the foreign legations were present at the White
tiouse ai omoiai -reoeption, ana csnea sunse
quently on the Secretary of State.
From Washington. THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.
First Session.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.
Senate Mr. King presented a petition nu
merously signed by citizens of New York city,
praying for the emancipation of slaves under
the war power. ...
Mr. Latham presented a petition from the
Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco for a
steamship mail line between that port and
China.
Mr. Sumner offered a resolution that the
President be requested, if not incompatible
with the publio interest, to transmit to the Sen
ate all the correspondence which has taken
place since the Congress held at Paris in 185G,
relating to neutral and belligerent rights on the
ocean.
Which was sareed to. '
Mr. Kennedy presented a resolution from the
state or Maryland, protesting against inter
ference with slavery in that State by the Gen
erai Government. -.!., ;.
Mr. Latham offered o resolution instructing
the committee on Finance to inquire into the
expediency of establishing a distinct barnaa for
tne Treasury Department, to regulate and con
troi tne mint, .. ,. . . . .. :,...
Agreed to.
Mr. Wilson offered resolution instructing
the oommittee on Military Affairs to inanire
into toe necessity ot modilying the act ot July,
1861, increasing the military stations of the
united estates.
Agreed to.
Also, a resolution calling on the Seoretarv of
War to transmit to the Senate the number of
cavalry regiments authorized to be raised.
where stationed, and, if it would be advisable,
to convert those not yet mustered into service
into regiments of inlantry.
Agreed to.
Mr. Wilson introduced a bill to provide for
tne appointment or sutlers lor tne volunteer
service of the army, and to define their duties,
iteterrea.
Mr. Grimes introduced a bill in rceard to the
administration ot justice in the District ot U
lnmbis.
Referred. '
Mr. 'Nesmith offered a resolution callintr on
the Secretary of War for copies of the reports
oi ine surgeon-uenerai ana sanitary uommis
sion on the health of the army.
Agreed to.
Senate adjourned till Monday.
Boston, Jan. S. About three hundred men of
Butler's division embttiked to-day, and will sail
tomorrow. - m
INTERESTING
TO EVERY READER,
TT ! an Indisputable fact, that If any cenon want, one
JL of thoae comfortable ESQUIMAUX BEAVER OVER
COATS, he will uiually find them In large quantltle. at
MAKUUa ClilLDS'S.
IS any pernor, dealrone of owning one of the late tyle
of REAVER OVER COATS, with eape attaohed,
don't break your head! to leam where to find them, km.
go to trie
, CAPITAL CfTTY AROADE,
Oppoilte thS"e Home.
You Will flrnl tliem theie In all colore, kept by '
MARCUS CHILDS.
Dirt you never wear any ot the 8ILE HfXED OAS
8IWJCK1C BUITB, wuich are sold at the Capital City
Arcade.V Ru.h In and you will And them In pile., at
; MARCUS CHILDS 'S.
YOU may alio be In want of PANTS and TESTS, and
there I. but one establlahment in the' Wei t where
Panta and Veet. are to be had In all itrlnee. ahane.
styles, quantltiei and quallttee, and that place Ii the
UAril Ab til l ARCADE.
DON'T forget the extensive aiiortment of FURNISH
INO GOODS, particularly In WOOLEN SHIaTS.
which you can find in "Red, white and blue," at the
CArlTAL, CITY ARCADE,
Superintended by llanui Child!.
IF yen with to wear garments 1VIADR TO OR.
DKK, you can do no better than to to to the Mer
chant Tailoring Establishment, next to the Arcade, and
.eieoi your gooua irom a iiocr compniing all oolora of
Beaver Olotba. Oaaitmarea, Silk Velvet and PluihVes
logs, and yon will tnrely meet with a good flt by purchas
lug at
i MARCUS CHILDS'3.
MILITARY GENTLEMEN, when they come to this
olty, as .tracgera, and wUh to get a UNIFORM, It
la to their beat advantage to call at
MARCUS CHILDS'S,
Where a large awortment of BLUE CLOTII and other
artiolaa belonging to the equipage of an officer ean be
had it very moderate prices.
In sport oall at . . .; : . r. - . ,
Marcus Childs's,
Proprietor of that eztenilva business locality, '
NO. 91 23 ana so mci STREET)
Orposlto the State House. - - ...
oet27-d6m
Rorooval.
TI7E have removed to enr new store., 70 and 72 Vine
' .treei, Between Second and Pearl atreete, where we
w.k.'rT? ur inena. and customers.
With a large a oomplete stock of
Groceries of All Kinds,
and greatly Inoreased faotlllles fot doing buainen, v are
I'iciNucu w mnyyij uujen on toe most ia.oible term..
, WU. GLENN B0N8.
Cincinnati, Deo. 18, 1861. . , . . ,
WM, HKK. 1X3. U. OUlnt. R. BIHOND, JX. 0. T U5N
WM. GLENN & SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
70 and 72 "Vine Street
Between Second and Pearl Sts,,
... 1
OIn.oixan.riti.
dec24 2w
GREAT CURE
DR. LELAND'd
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND'
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CUBE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
Injury to the most delicate purnna; no change in habit!
living ii required, and It entirely remove, the di.
eaee from the system, without producing the Injurious
effeot. arising from the use) of powerful internal medi
eine which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary relief only . By tills treatment, the med
icinal properties oontalned In the Band come In eontaot
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pore,
the skin, effecting In every Instance a perfect cure,
restoring the pari! afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band i. also a mostpowerful ANTt-olraooRiat, agent,
and will entirely relieve the lyatem from the ptmteiout
effects of Mercury, Moderate ease, are cured In a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonial! of it.
efficacy in aggravated caeca of long standing. ,
Paioa S200, to be had of Druggist! generally, ot can
sent by mail or express, with full directions for use,
to any part of the oountry direct from the Principal
Office,, , , . ;
.. , Vo. 409 BBOADWAT, Raw York.
- 0. SMITH k CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. S. Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.'
A. J. SCHUBLLER Sc BON, Dseasum, Aasxrs, No,
277 B. High St., bet. Friend and Monnd, Columbus, 0.
ID Aesats Wanted EverywUere. (
mhS3-lyl.orIstp.dltw
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Henry C
NOblS
, vs.
John I. Tipton
i Co
etal.)
Court of Common Pleas.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from tha Court of Common Plea, of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of
the Court House, is tha city of Columbia, Ohio, on
.; Thursday, January 30, A. D. 1862, -
at one o'clock P. M., the following deserfbed'real estate,
situate in the county ot Franklin, and 8 tate of Ohio, to
Wit: ' ' " . , -
LoUTNo. S3 and 58 la Phelan'. Addition tothedty
of Columbus, Ohio.. ..i .-! .-,..,..
Appraised Jt-Lot No. 55. at 300,
t i-'4';.'i",, -s.rt,ioo. " tv
I . W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
, i"' 4 Mftjtsx CommissioBsr.
Printer', fen S3, 75,
dS-d.ltfcwW
30
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
New York, Jan. 2.
COTTON Quiet and very firm; small sales at 3S937S
(or mlddllnc ttolandl. -
FLOUR The mark.t rule, aulte firm, with a mod'
erate demand for export and horn consumption; ealea
of 10,400 barrel! at 5 KtkSM SO for rrjeoted; 5 5 55
for superfine .tate; 5 73fa bu ror extra state, .ioiidi
at 15 75S 80: S5 4WS U foriuperfln westeral 5 75
S 00 for common to medium extra western; SO 00
(9 OS for shipping brand! extra round hoop Ohio
Sii 15ae IS tot trade brand! do market eioslns firm
Canadian flour a trifle better, with moderate bu.lnea.
doing; aalei 800 bbli at IS 303 N lor lupemnei iseu
dfiO IS for common to choloe extra.
KYI FLOUB steady and aulet; small sales at 14 at)
CORN HEAL In better reonest. with sales or lfcW
bbla Braadwlne at S3 Xm 30, lb! Utter prloe lor de
lirerea.
WHISKY Ii a shade firmer; sales of 600 bbli at 3X
20VC.
WHEAT Quiet and very firm; holders are not dla-
posed to sell unless very full prices are realized ; .ale. of
Kiuu buauels northweatern club at f l w, WW do Cana
dian olub at SI t'il 12,000 do Bacine spring at 1 30;
oauv so red Maryland at VI M eauu do winter red west
era $1 42, and 1500 do white western at 91 48. -
RYE Quiet and firm at 63P5o. -. , - .
B ARLElf la .teedr at THHim.
CORN Market opened steady and olosed rather quid ;
lale. of 41,0110 buhel. at 85Mc for mixed western, in
tore and afioat; oJo for New Jersey yellow.
OATB In limited request at 4U43o for Jersey, Can'
ada, western and state. .,
PORK Quiet and without material chance In price;
sales of 300 barrels at 113 00311B SO for men, SB
ev ior prime we latter an extreme price. Total
etook, new and old, on January 1, 1863, 33 ISO bbli; same
date last month, 33,470 bbla; same date last year, 14,404
barrels.
BEEF Rules very Arm; sale, of 1500 barrel. at (4
(94 SO for country prime, 55 SO for eountry meui
SU S012 for repacked mew, 13 75 14 00 for extra
mese. xotal stock, new and old, on January 1, ltkK,
30,008 package.;. same date last month, 23,172 packages;
lame dato last year, 65,781 packages. ,
PRIME MKH8 BEEF In fair demand; sales of 300
tleroei at $ lWsV.it. India men beef firm; aalei of 650
tierces on private terms. - . ,
BEEF HAM8-Inactive. '
COT MEATB Quiet; aalei at 3X5o for shoulders,
WmXs for hams. . We alio nOUce sales of 1000 green
ham. at full price..
BACON Bide. In food demand! ailea SSO hnxea itllv
6ftc for Cumberland out middles; 77Ko for short
iiddm ao ; ine ior long clear do, and 77Vc for bel
lies. LARD In fair demand: .ale. of 1200 hbl. at ?UTf2
iiuuH Dressed, slightly raror buyer., with aalei at
4X'f;o for western; 4'4,'o for city. .
BUT1ER Bellini at USSlSc for Ohio: lSAaVi fnr
state.
CHEESE Rule, dull at SKlSOc for Ohio: 113.7 u
foJi.tate. . . "
BtJOAR Raw. Srm: .ale. S00 hhdaOnba at IkislHu
uu uuxcb uavanaai ocbO.
juui.aoBKB-uuiet. with no sale, reported.
BT00K8 Are dnll and auita Inemil.r: - rihlpun
and Rock Island 51V: bhlcavo. Bnrlln.tnn At o,,inn.
.1', viveiaau ana 'xoieao m Cleveland and fltu
Durg jo, raoama ill; micnigan Southern 18K ; Har
lem IS.; Erie 32; New York Central 70jf; U. 8.
Five., 1874, coupon. 78j TJ, B. sixes of "71, coupon..
-8; U. S. sixes, of '81. mistered. 87: Tennniu mm
is; racinc juail Kii rio preferred 031 nudion
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 31.
FLOUR 6S bbli white wheat .old at S3 40. and SO do
ii (.- ju; ana -u ddh wnite at o.
yy iiKAi l car wnite sola at we, two red at uoe: one
atB8c; three oards red at Sic; and 3 ears white at 93
uo; also 3 car. red at uuo.
CORN 2 car. .old at 35X.
RYE 1 car sold at i'.'Kc '
BARLK Y -l uar seld at 45o.
UUU8 Dressed, market varies aa car aualltv and
weight .ale of 69 at S3 25.
OATS Rather unlet; sale, of 3 car. at 26c and 2 ein
at 36c.
SEED 150 bushels clover sold at S3 73.
BEANS No aales.
POULTRY Chicken, .old at Sc. and a .mall lol at
turkle. at 6o.
JiBOB Are Steady at 13XS14o: aale of 2 bbli at last
figures.
UHIEESE In demand at SV&Oo for eood smill
sal...
APPLES No sale, reported.
HIOHWINBS-50bbH.oldat I5.
Ltaier.
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati, Dec. 31.
FLOUR The demand Is eood. produced hv the New
York new. quoting round hoop Ohio at SliSfl 10, and
prioei are biKher, with sale, of 1.600 -bbls. moitlv on
peculation, at t4 10 forauperflne to extra; (4 10(3
4 25 for extra to family; and S4 35(34 50 for family to
fancy. The demand 1. principally confined to superfine
and low extra, paying as high for the one as for the
otuer.. xne auvance at new Jora u produced by the
European newi quoting an advance In breadstuff, and the
demand aotive. The activity In the English market!
wu produced by an anticipated war with America. Aa
soon a. the release of Mason and Blldell is received on
the other aide of the Atlantic, s decline will be the re
sult.
WHEAT The demand I. eood at 83(587c for red. and
653900 for white, with aale. of 8,700 bushels at those
ngures. niu ioiu atso.
OATS Are dull at 88c. Bayers offer but 27o, at
which large aale. could be made. '
BARLEY Remain, steady at 46 50o for fall, and 40
43c for spring.
OORN-I. dull at 28o for new ear in bulk. Tha de
mand for new and old shelled Is good, at 303320, In
bulk.- There Is none offering.
ZnatHrtr.
Hog Markets.
CINCINNATI.
The receipts of hogs the last 24 hour, are only 1,800
bead. The demand I. in excess of the offerings, and
prices are - Arm at S3 15(93 30. The market cloa.d
aeciaeaiy in lavor oi sellers. The wUa wen?
1,100 bead,
S70 lbs, at.
3 S2X
1
3 35
3 25
3 95
1 15
3 15
Enquirer, Jan, 1.
170 do SIS do
MO do 350 do
225 do - 825 do
220 do S15 do
225 do ISO do
200 do 185(3190 do
INDIANAPOLIS.
.IAre.WB.r,le! yesterday of 400 head, av.ra.itnr 235.
at f.i; Joa bead, avii imi at S2 73. tui. ia. i
Ii to be .hipped, dressed, to Madison. A good many are
yet offering, and the beat hog., we are informed, are yet
wu ior Bie. auunoi, joo. ji.
MADISON, IND.
Hogs we quote at 3 00 to 3 15, being the extreme
range.
Uoga received per Madison and Indianapolis Railroad
np to Saturday night, December 28. 1861. resorted w
jur. a. a xjiviu . oicasre. roweil AlCAWin ec J0. 20,834;
0. Soott It Co. 9,609. Total 33,733. Courier, Deoem-
oer jo. . .
Uoo OnoLiaa. The Republican PreufDanv Ilia, rn
of the 25th inst. says;
Th. hog cholera baa made IU annearanoe insn, ih
hog. In this seotion of oountry, and ia daily .weenlnc
j wa. v.mw a, u . ui, ii ,v , waoi
hi. 3,000 attached to his distillery, during the past week
has lost, on an average, sixty hog. per day, the oauae of
which is attributed to hog cholera by some, and by oth
er, to the lung fever.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Oeonre M. Panons, Executor'
Samuel P.njons, deoe-rf, Uale hy order of Court.
William I. Brack at al. J
BIT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OP SALE
to me dlreoted, from the Superior Oonrt of frank.
lin County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of
the Court-House, la the city of Oolnmbui, on
Monday, tho 20th day of January, A. D. 1862,
between tha hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock,
M. the following deaeribed real estate, eltuata in th.
eounty of Franklin and State ot Ohio, to wit: Part, of lota
noa. B ana v oi tne auoaiviaien or survey 1388, being the
share of said William F. Brack in said lot! No!. Band 9, as
assigned and set offjtohlm by the Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, at Its Mav term. 1858.
made of aald lota between bim andbii wlfa Elisabeth 0.
orecK, numo. two t;ot ma partition, com
mencing at the N. W. oorner or lot No. 1 of said parti
tion; Uienoe 8. 57 deg, SO min. 1. 168 86-100 poles to
the eentre ot tha Oolumbni and Harrlaburg Turnpike
Road, thence along the eentre of aald road N. 32 deg. 30
mln. B. 35 pole, to the B. 1. oernorof lot No. S of said
partition; thenoe N. 57 deg. 30 mln. W. 190 poles to
the B. W. oorner of aald lot No S; thence S. 1 deg. 30
mln. W. 41 pole, to the beginning, containing 39 acres
Irood. - - .
Also, lot No. three (3) of said partition, commencing at
the N. W. corner of lot No. 2; thenoe 8. 57 deg. 30
mln B. 190 poles to the oentr of tha Oolumbni and
Harrisbnrg Turnpike Road) thenoe along th eentre of
aald road N. 3? dec. 30 mln. E. 54 polea to tha B. B.
corner of lot No. 4 of laid partition; thence) N. 57 deg.
mln. W. 822 66-100 pole.; thenoe B. 1 deg, 30 min.
west 62 50-100 pole. to the places beginning, oontain-
tug W 1UI.B, IWWWP, v w,cv. "
Appmaeaaaioiiowa: ; i .' . -, j
Lot No. 8. containing 39 acres, tneetttar with tha wm
sawmill, S4.000.
Lot Mo. S, containing 69aeres. at ttt per acre.
' ' . 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, -Printer's
fees, 6 75. . and Master Oonuntsetoner.
deo!7-wtd . , - .. ,, ,. . ,
iBAIN c SON
fiFFEH tne most ExtenslTe Assort
s mens oi - - - -
; Brown and Bleached Cotton Flannels;
" - " Mnallna;
' '' Barnsley Cotton Sheetlnn:
; Beleot Style, of Oallcoa and Delaines;
Tiokings, Shirtings, Gingham.. r .! A
And Cotton Battings, u . ,. '.. .... ::-:v
;r ? Alio, Blankets, Flannels, ' V " . :
' Oaaannuraa, Cloak Olothi, etc, eto.
Maoh below regalar prioss. .
BAIN SOI,
0tl S9SftElEU Street.
A
It
as
and
.
"
at
:
HE OHIO STATES ItAN STEAM
i BOOK AND JDB
.'' ' l '... -.' - s
' PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
Ttavlng Increased Its already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES
Is fully prepared to execute In the
M 03 T, ELABORATE MANNER,
Am in
THE LATESf STYLES,!
CATALOGUES,
IROULARS,
PAMPHLETS, '
LITTER BEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
DRAY RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
If' ' .'
' siujoan, .
BILLS LADINd,
BILL HEADS,
NOTES,
DRAFTS, ,
I
CHECKS,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
(And every description ofj
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to .any Establishment In the State, and upon
terms which will oompare favorably with the '
t
leading Eastern Printing Houses.?
Having every Facility to aid TJ
IN THE PRODUCTION OV
ELEGANT POSTERS
AMD
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
snow CARDS,
Ws offer oar services to all who may desire that elan
of work.
We have connected with our EsUbllshmint s
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From whl ws produce the
Finest TSteczxlx. Worlx
AND THE MOST
S re BAH, EOAD BLANK BOO
OUR TABLISHMENT
Is to beadmltted
THE LARGEST
THE MOST
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am tvi most
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and ws may add,
WE. WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
WITH ANT
Printing: Bona In the West.
RICHARD KEVINS,
PBOPBXETOB.
HUNNFAVELL'S
. f l NJVERSAL
COUGH REMEDY.
For all Throat and Lung Oomnlalnta, Includna-. with
moat perfect remits, Wuoorura Coosa. Ormomo ajrs
uomhom uooeum, aaoncHii aits T Ha oat ooairbaiirn,
alwnyi forerunner, of Oonaumption. As a Soothum
Biaor It has no superior. Freed from all Opiate) or
Imetfc properties, may be need by moat delicate eonatt;
rationa, ana witn penecc oonnasnos.
,
HUNNE WELL'S
CELEBRATED '
TOLU ANODYNE.
Tbs QsjtaTawr NaTtnuij OruTa over offered to ths
world, eontalnlns not a oaKicla of Onlum. nor anv rab
stanos bat its itriotly vegesabl and medical properties.
sure Bemody for Naoaaiaii,, Khbumatdtii, Goct,
Toon a Jt A our, Oatabjui, Jtoa ob Eat Vsvsa,
id all minor Nervosa Complaints.
Foa Loss or Bunos and Headacha In ah ia varieties.
has bo equal, and to which most undoubted teetmonl
all an offered.
Foa DxLnuoal Tbxhxm it Is a most perfect remedy.
Foa Bowk. CoMrLaurn, after ramewuig tbs pain it sets
a physio, a most important oontrase with, ins eomtipa
lory effeot! ol Opium.
To Phyticiana, Formula! and Trial Bottles will be sent,
to Sealer or Invalid a deeoriptlva pamphlet without
"postage-stamp."
a-reparea anusr ws speomi sapsrvwoB oi
JOIlNL.UtNNEWELL, .
' smmnsTAjro tWAaUO(rntT,
i Wo 9 Comfflsrelal Wltarf, Boston, Mass
To whom please direct all communications.
Tgioes Largs Cough Bemedy, 30 osnts per beuis. -
Small . . . 25 -., ...
Tola Anodyne, 50 " . "
For sals by the aaual erholeeal and retail dealers,
everywhere.
B08BBTB St 8AHUBL, . ' N. B. MABFI,
JOHN B. OOOBL i ' J. M. DBNIO,
. DBNIO At BONB, A. J. SOHTJBLLBB A SON,
mayl7-wl Agants for Oolumbu, Ohio. -
Sheriffs Sale
I
. D.W. Deahler
vs.
Common Pleas. ,
Jonithan Nwramar.
BY VIRTCE OF Alt ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of
Franklin county, 0., I will oiler for sale, at the door of
the Court House, in the city of Columbus, on
Saturday, tho 25th day of January, A. D. 1862,
ons e'olock, p; ., the following described Mai ss
tato, sltnata in tbs sounty of Franklin, sad Stats of
Ohio, to wit: . . ,.
The south half of In -lot No, 534 of ths city of Co
tumbus,0.
Appralaed at fS.OOO. ' : ?
.a .;.flI0BaiWfHtrFFllA, Sheriff, .i
' By Bo. tavrs, Deputy.
H. 0. NoLi,Att'y.
Printer's fsss 3 75.
dttfO-aitftwta
Sheriff's Sale.
Francis H. Story, by hU next friend, '
-ry. p.ut.on.r, . I Superlo, Cosh
Joseph Story it others, reepondents. J '" ""
eoanty, Ohio, I will offiV for l. .TVk- "'"""""a
Court Hon,'ta the MoSmS. -Saturday,
the 4th day of Jannar. a n iqc
Ohio, to win xranmin county;
Part of aurvey No. 3809, of the Tlralnla If ' a.
prairie; theoo. north tlsvolm to Tiike
? -rSer" tha'l WS,?i
itrle: Ir. .wh -T".T' P'"a!take in a
eweet
rT"""" P" to the beinnln.,.taTBT::
;"" ""a a nair acres, more or leas- nhi, i
dower estate heretofore it o? and aSieneS ta
Story, widow of said afannaduk. 8;?SJl
iwm: KMhniii..,..:.L. . . "
jorner, theno. N. 88 deg. wiuss
Turn or Bali. One third i (...j .
year, ,d .n. third In two wito n Jrt ft tSJ
day of ail., secured by mortgage. "" "
Appraised at $15 00 per acre. 4 ' ' '
a. w.
HUFFMAN. Rh.rifr
By Ed. Davi., Deputy.
Printer's face ft 00.
aov4-dlt4twM
: ' Sheriff's Sale.
Peter A. Frailer h .
i vs. f pdo. J, p. 859,
Thoma.Dani,!. Superior Oourt,
BY VIRTUE OP AW ORDER OF sALP
to me directed, from th. gMrf J" Jf'.:
Oountr.
Ohio, IwUl offer for ito iZ' ot "t
on!., in the city of OolumbJi "owi. ' '
Court House,
the
a-ii ... . . . , vu
o.iuraaj, ice tn day of January. A. D. iflfio
between tho houri of 10 o'cIocE'a. M. and 4 0-i .
U'a.ta..' ".SI! od too.nt., Htuate to
tne oounty of Franklin. Rt.u.ni.i. . . 7. .
of Worthlngton, and ImWuZX
ty, Ohio, being the same prenUea aouva!
DdlS'i", uTwuTJ. 'aSd iloma.
Dinlil, by deed dated August 25th. A. D. 18SS
Printer', fee. 00. ' W HU"Mi. "".rilf. '
D"va5-aitwtd ,'7
if
Master Cornmissioner's
Sal
Joshaa Baldwin'! adm'rt
...
Blohard Snowdeo at al.
Court of Common Pleu. ,
BT VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF HALE
te sts direotad from the Court of Common Plea, of
Franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for ealeat the TSalt
of the Court House, In the city of Oolumbu." Ohio m
Saturday, ths 4th day of January, A. D. 18C2
between the hour, of 10 A. K. and 4 P. M . the fol.'
owing promises, situate In the olty of Columbus Frank
lin oonntv, Ohio, to wit) '
.JS:'0' tt0' 95i slao. lota Noi. 14, IS. 16. 17. J8. 19
,v:den'' f & "
Appraised at Lot No. 39S S3 300 00
Lots Hos. Hand 19,at....f4?5 00 each.
" " 16 and 17, at.... 600 00
" 18, 19, 20 St 21, at 475 00
" " 22,at 350 00
0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Printer', fen, 85. M",r C"nn""'-
deoS-dltAwtd
PROF. WOOD'S
wm
AND
BLOOD RENOVATOa
Is precisely what its name indloatoe, for, while
nSng,
rn, w ui, uuw. ii, m revivuvi ncr. exnuarat.
invigorating and strenatheninr u the vital
bowera. and at tha earns tima mDu . ....
k litatea, and renew, the Blood in all Its purity, and
W&hu. at once restores and rtndtrt th tuiitn ia
knUfuraMtto attack of aiteatt. It is the enlyj
.wn'iw.iiwfl w uuorou ,u toe wor.w, .0 cnemi
ttaliy and skillfully combined aa to be the most
aur ea w, aa to act m peneot accordance with thel
lara of nature, and henoe will soofAi th wtaJut
fromocA, and tone up tha diaeatlva arnna. and
uiua aiiajau oervoua aua otner irritation, it 1st
penectly exnuaratlng, and at the aame time it UI
'competed entirely of vegetable., yet to oombined
laa to prodaoe the moat thorough tonic effect, with
but producing any injurious oonaequencee. Such
k remedy baa long been felt to be a deaideratnm in
fine medical world, for It needs no medical skill toj
see tnat debility follows all attack, of disease, and
proceed! and Indeed lays the system open to the
insidious attacks of many of the most fatal, such,
(Jonsumptloo, In'
.ppetite, Faintness,
Palpitation ot the
la. lian.aor. UiArii-
nen, Retention of, a. well u Painful obstructed,
too profuse, or too acant Menstruation, and Fall'
lint of ths Womb. Tnese all depend uuon aeneral
aeotiity. 'inia pare, neaiiby, tonkj Cordial and
Biooa uenovator u as .ore to cure ai the sub ao
pwipseanaKt, xnero uso mistake about it. But
MfUila 1. not all. If tha system h weakened, ws are
nippen to biliou. attack!, the liver become! torpid,
for won dieeaaed, tha kidney, refute to perform
H
their function!, and we are troubled with raiding lb
iTknd lnoontinenos of Urine, or tnvoluntarv dla-
nfcharge of the aame, pain in ths back, aide and be-1 A
tween ths shoulders, exoacdinilv liable to sllcb:
(colds, ooughs, and if nnchecked. soon emaclatioi
follow!, and the patient goes down to a premature
a brave. But space will not allow u. to enumerate
U the many ill. to which we ars liable in a weakened I
oondlilon of the syttsm. But ws will aay, in this
0
a, uoruiai asu uioou senovator yon nave a perfect,
rsafe, pleasant and effectual remedvfor loea ni
A AppeUto, Biliousness Flatulence, weak and lick
H Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint, Chilli and
Fever, or any Bilioui attack, Ooetivenesa, Acidity
ioi we Dtomacu, nervousness, neuralgia, Palpita
A I tion of the Heart. Depression of SuiriU. Sorea.
U Plmplei on the Face, or any dii.aae arising from
.mpure blood, inch aa Scrofula. KrvsiDelaa. Bron
I'hUia, Cough, difficulty of Breathing, and all that
n aaisai oi (means called lemaie weakneas, and
tl enumerated above. We will also aay the traveler
er, will nod It a pleasant, sale and . ore remedy,' lj
Kind none should over travel without. Beader, V
r try It, for we assure you you will find In It a fnend H
U Indeed, aa well aa a friend In need. All person. of!
r Mdentary habit, will find It a perfect preventive off A
aa well aa cure for those ailment! to which they are 11
DartlOttlarlv evnnaed. HarmwitnlatAra-iiiiitanta-at-l
torners, literary gentlemen ,and ladle, who are not
i aoouatomea to maoh outdoor exercise, will Bod it
to their advantage to keep a bottle oonttantly on
p band; and, above all, mothers, or these becoming
Hsuc&i will go through that most dangerous period It
not only wth all their accustomed strength, butlfA
(safe and free fmtn tha thnnaand ailmanta an nmmjr
0 falent among the female portion of the world. Id
jahort, it ia indeed a mother', cordial. Try it, oloj U
leaauw uuilj ( (iv IUU)(I IUU UIO g lOAV VI UBUaJt IsWllU tat
iMliMM anrl ItMWJl Itulf Aaankatlna Mm a D.rMai I
ayHi wawu afawww laroil viupawMVSSiSSjr Anrstvi m I A
ittv Cordial and Stood Mtnovator. If)
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, News! W
fork, and 114 Markat Htwwl. flt. T.nnla. U.
sold by ROBBHTS At SAatUBL', Columbus, Ohio, W
land all good Druggists! Price One DollailsV
Jpsr Bottle. .march28-dAweowly I,
aeacrlbed aa foil.
black walnut 13 inch.. " Z," 'on wbJcha ,
mm
lin i
OOXjTJIVXZIXTS
Machine Maniiiacturing Companj
MAKtryAOTtraias o '
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Casttafs, mU-Csajiiif, Kashlasry. . .
i ALSO,
of svisv Bxsciirnow. -
. coLcnncs, ouio.
OHAS. AMBOS. Bnp'i. f. Alt BOB, Trsai-
deoll. lWH-tf
Sheriff's Sale.
' Charles Beath
i
atal. J
Dao. , page ICS.
OommoB Pleas.
Wm. F. Jennings
BY VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OP 8 ALU
to me dlreoted from ths Court of Common Flees of
Franklin oounty, Onto. I will offer for sale at tne door of
the Court Bouee, in ths olty of Columbus, Ohio, on
8aturday, tho Uth day of January, A. D. 18b2,
at 1 o'clock p. m., the following described reellsstats,
situate In the county of Franklin, and Stats of Ohio, to
wtt.
Lot No. Ten, In Phelan'i Mount Pleasant Addition to
ths city of Columbus. -
Appraised al S400 00.
1. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
' By Bd. Davis, Deputy.
Prli.ter's fees S3 SO. .
Ssoflwld. v , ...
TTERY STYLISH STRIPED CLOTH
V BUAWLB, la new oeilrni at f 3 SO value 03 00.
1.S00 yards Soper Plata
DlaoJ
Blaok Bilk at 1 0-Valu -
Ol snayara
Freock UerlBos,ffiX oeots Talue 87K sts a yard.
vu 74seats valosl OOayard.
BAIN At SON,
ootlS No. 19 South High Btreet,

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