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SATURDAY lU6RNmG,..jAJSr 4 iSGl.
THE LATEST NEWS
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN
The Great Rebellion!
General Benham not Discharged.
LATEST FROM PORT ROYAL.
A British Steamer Attempts to Rum
the Savannah Blockade.
Another Naval Expedition.
Rumored Loss of a British Vessel
with Troops on Board.
&c. &c. &c.
WaaiNaTON, Jan. 2 It Is doubtful whether
atl tbe correepondtEce between thlg and the Eu
ropean governmenta, touching the rights of
neutrals and belligerents on the ocean, called
np by Senator Sumner's resolution, will be ooin
fflunicated to the Sonata. Enough will.be
made public, howerer, to show that Russia,
in, and the small maritime powers, are al
most ready to accede to Mr. MarcVs doctrine.
by which ptlvaie property Is guaranteed the
same immunity on the ocean as on land; that
trance is not far Denina tbem, and tbat Great
Britain alone, despite her rwent championship
of neutral rights, stands by her old preceduut.
Ine publication will witbont doubt contribute
to the success of a movement In the right direc
tion, already on loot in England. loo earliest
letxredata back to 1856, soon, after the Con-
gross of Paris adjourned. Some of tbe ablest
in the collection are from Mr. Mason, tbe pred-
Mr. Pickens's dispatches from St. Petersburg
are full of interesting oonrersatiota on the sub
ject between himself and Oortschacboff which
aro perhaps too ires and easy to be muds pub-He-.
Tbe whole subject will probably be die-
cowed when the resolution IB answered.
The ann-committee of WajaE'J Means are
epgaged in pMpariug a general tai bill which
will be thai basis of a national currency. The
eontmittee'r idea 1b to raise monev enoneh to
sustain tbe credit of the Government, though
tbe tax may for tne time oems; De more man
ine commit! is also maturing a tariff bill.
the provisions . of which will largely increase
tbe duties on many itloles of general consump
Official information rrooived at the medical
department of the army of the Potomac states
the mortality is less in proportion to tbe number
than in any American 'city. The department
baa tbe official list -. one nuodrcd and seven.
teen thousand to!da, and the health ot this
large body of meri, 'notwithstanding their ex
poeqre, Is better : n among an equal number
of men anjwheravat the United States.
Rebel eoonts came yesterA it time 80 rods this
side of Fairfax C. Ii, nn the Little River
turnpike, and on tbe lallsilhurch road. They
came within naif a mue or our picKets and
watohed them closoly. Squads of their oavalry
occupy tbe bills surrounding rairiax. . a
large lores is two mute oeyona, ana eigm regi
ments are at Flint Hill.
It is not nrobable a ¬
able report from the committee on Mr. Gurley's
confiscation and emancipation bill. The views
of the committee are generally adverse to it.
and Instead of it, a bill prepared by the commit
tee and predicated upon the suggestions of tbe
President's message in regard to this subject,
will be soon reported. -
This committee is aiso in laror or removing
the restriction limiting tbo President to a call
for only 500,000 volunteers, and propose to au
thorize him to bring into the service whatever
number of troops the War Department and
commanding general shall require.. . ' ' .
Tbe rumors current in newspapers luat fur
ther trouble may be expected with England,
arising out of our blockade at Charleston and
Savannah with stone hulks, are regarded here
as entirely without foundation.
General Meuieiian'e neaitn continues to m-
i ne uoverument uan iaKn mcwjuruB iti uu
tain cotton seed from Port Royal In order tbat
it may be planted In Illinois and other western
The long contested land claim between Jos.
H. Lane and Gaines Jackson, involving the
title to a valuable Quarter section of land ad
joining Lawrence, Kansas, has been finally de
cided oy ine vommiBsiouer at mo i-aoa uuicc,
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and tbe Secre
tary of tbe Interior, unequivocally in favor of
Gen. Lane. The merits of the oase have been
exhanstlbly presented on both sides by eminent
legal adviaers, and Involved tbe original parties
in a personal confliot, resulting in the wounding
of General Lane and tbe death of Gaines Jack,
son. 1 .: ,-. '
The case has excited great interest througbont
legal circles, the various departments and the
country at large. ' . ' u f n t
The decision vindicating Gen. Lane id hie
right to the property, waa rendered on tbe last
day 01 Aecemoer. 1 i - ;
At the commencement of this war Gen. Lane
nreiented to the attorney of Mrs. Jackson the
sum of $1500, as a free-will New ' Year's offer
ing of kindness and sympathy. t
The opinion or Comptroller Whittlesey, ac
quiesced in by Seoretary Chase, is, that according
to the present law regulating the compensation
of members of Congress, they oan recieve mile
age only for the regular session; therefore mile
age for the July extra session remains to be
provided for by; future regulations. It may be
stated that several Senators were paid their two
milages, before the opinion was officially fur
nished for ministerial guidance. . . '
0. Aftsiataot Secretary of the Treasury Harring
ton has been absent from the Department for a
week or ten days past, on account of sickness.
.It appears by the report of tbe Superintend
ent of Publio Printing, John D. Defrecs, that
the Government printiog bureau has been ' eon.
ducted with the utmost efficiency and satisfac
tion The wisdom of Congress In suppressing
the former arrangements by the present estab
lishment, ia fully vindicated as compared to the
prloes lormerly paid publio printers." There has,
during the past seven months, been an actual
saving to the Government of sixty thousand
dollars.1 ' 1 6 : r it . . ;?
Tbe reporter for the Associated Press, did
not. at alleged, renort or circulate the report
that Gen. McClellau had disminasd tbe charges
brought oy Brig. Gen. Koeecrans against Gen
Benham; nor hashejiutii now, said a single
word upon me sudj ect, Tba laots are briefly these
The charges Involve tbe conduct ot Gen. Ben
kim 11 to the Pursuit of Gen. Firm).' and thi
cause of the escape of the latter with bis army.
Gen. Benham has denied the truth of his charg
es, and asked for a- court-martial; but this was
refused at tbe present, from the fact (hat 'the
chief 'witnessed are, attapbed, to the army 'Of
Wr stem Va , aijd Arenow servls in Kentucky,
and eadnot be even temporarily withdrawn; In
other words, the trial la postponed to await the
convenience of their attendance without detrW
meat to tot publU Interest.
Gov. Andrew's Message to the Massachusetts
JJosTOif, Jan. 3.MJon Andrew's message to
the Leptalatnra to-dav is of unusual length. It
gives a general history of the faots and figures
bowing the part. Massachusetts has thus far
taken against the ooumern reDoiuou. ..
The war sinenses fooi UD nearly 33,SU,000,
Tn offaet thla the State has been reimbursed by
Governmant $775,000, and by other sums, malt
ing tbe aggregate refunded nearly $1,000,000.
Tbe troops sent into the field, both for three
months and three years, with the exception of
one battery, have been fully armed and equip
ped by tbe Btato.- '. .
, Tbe Governor recommends ,ihat tbe State
assume the collection of the dlreot national
tax of $834,581, being its proportion of the $20,
000,000 authorized by Congress.' 1 ' ' - ' ' '
TbeBtate bas contributed nrs regiments or
iufactry, one battery of artillery. and' one bat
tall Ion of rifles, of heir militia to the three
months' Bcrvlce; and to tbe three years' service
she has sent as volunteers, twenty-four regi
ments of Infantry, one of oavalry, five batteries
of artillery, two companies of sharpshooters,
and an infantry battalion of five oompanits;
six companies more are attached to two regi
ments from New York. , T
Tbe Governor urges tbe repeal of tbe consti
tutional discrimination between citizens of alien
and these of foreign birth. 1
The recommendation made by the general
Government with reference to coast defense, is
fully indorsed. A communication from General
Totten npon this subjeot will be laid before the
legislature. -'' 1 ' 1 ! ';
Military education in our common schools Is
reoonjoonded. ,v., ',:.,V,( .;-,. .,,;.! -V - i ; -
The whole number of enrolled militia is 157
496. 1. Tbe whole number who have gone into
tne volunteer service or the united otate, is
reported by the Adjutant. GensraL at 27,273.
About 11,000 more are estimated to be in the
naval service as sailors and marines, leaving
127,000 at home, besides those men capable of
ordinary duties. : ','' ,',' ',.. i v.... ,,
The Goveriior sloe as bis message as Mows!
The great rebellion must be put down and
Its promoters crushed beneath tbe ruins of their
own RaibltloaL'", Tn6 grtaUt"6rlme.of history
mfit reoeiveadoom eo swift and) sore -tbat
tbs enemies of popular government shall stand
in awe while they oontcmulate the" elidtlo ener
gy and ConoentrauVe power, oi DeavooraUoInfi
etituuoas, ot a nee peopio; l be mowswoue
chawoter . ot tbe crime bas cevef J 'been
aaequatoiyconceivea, nor i jaognage aDio w
describe-it.! '.Groundless and oaoaeiefs Id its
orl,jiL, it began and grew np and continues
under the lead and direction of men who bad
received all the favors and enjoyed all the
bltseiDgs of our Government, and who were
bound by oraolal oatba to aoatotain it. Reck
less of consequences and determined to ruin
where ' they could not. rule,' they., conspired
againsj the welfare of near thirty millions ot
people and their countless posterity. They
plunged them with iooouceivable madness Into
every danger and sulloring $d& sorrow which
follow. , i,., ,M ' , ',iv.,.V. i .1" ..... 1
.' Tbe American citisen oaa recognize no social
duty intervening between himself and his coun
try. He may urge reform, but he hs no right
to destroy. . Intrusted with tbe precious inher
itance of liberty, and endowed with the gift of
patticipation in a popular government, theCon
etitutlon makes him at once ths beuefiolary and
the defender of interests and institutions which
he cinnot ionooently endanger; and .when he
becomes a traitor to his oountfV, he, commits
equal treason against mankind. . ..).. .
Involved io tuiit controversy for life, for free
dom and for honor, let Maisacbusetts, In follow
ing tbe fUg and keeping step to tbe music or tbe
Union, never fail to prove to all the character
istics of ber people, tbat she is to-day, as she
was of old, when she it was that first unfurled
the flag. Henceforth there will be no one to
consider how to reconstruct the Union, exclud
ing; New England from the sisterhood of States.
Whorever a foe, treasure or blood was tbe call,
they beard the people of New England respond
by opening the lap of their Industry, and by the
march of their braves; , and now,, whan the
beauty ot our Israel has been alaia io our high
places, and when ber Lee and Revere, and
Rockwood, and Bowman, be In felon's cells, and
hundreds of ber sons wear out their hearts in
sad ooptivity, vidian of their valor and devo
tion to our Union, one irrepressible Impulse
moves our pejple and Inspires our saldiers in
the, field; one prayer to see the day when an
army of loyal Americans shall hammer at the
doors of their prison-house, with both bands,
pledged to the solemn task of war, and with
neither hand averted to uphold the Institution
which is the cause of all this woe, and that
they shall not turn back until tbe grand -deliverance
shall be accomplished. : ,'' ( ; "'
Fire in Philadelphia.
about 2 o'olock this morning u the basement
beneath the American Telegraph Office, and
before it oonid be subdued tbe lower noor and
batterv room were completely burned out.
Howard's Express Offlce, adjolulng.'wss alsi
much damaged., The telegraph instruments
(soaped . without injury. Uoma.untoat.on 1 with
the country continues without interruption, ,: ;
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Niw York, Jan. 2. The transports Cahawba
and Roanoke irom Port Royal on the evening
of the 30th ult. arrived here this forenoon.
They bring no news. Passed the sloop-of-war
Cumberland on the 1st lust., in lat 36, long, 75,
cruising. . .. ; ... 1 . t- .- i-
From Port Royal.
Niw York, Jan. 3. The Herald says our
news from Port Royal by the Ariel, yesterday,
Tbe British steamer f legal attempted to mid
tbe blockade at Savannah, but was foiled.. She j
got ready, to make her way through Warsaw ,
Sound, but information having been received
from a desertor , the gnnboat Ottawa was die-1
patched to the Sound, and on her arrival the
rebel Mosquito fleet of Tatoall came down to
attack her. Alter a brier engagement! a shell
was put through Com. Tatnall's yesael, when
he retired. The eaoapeof .the Fingalwat thus
frustrated, v' ,. .;,. ,.1
A Spanish schooner,' "without a name,' bat
laden with a valuable oarzo of Havana cigars,
shoes and other stores, was chased, run aground,
and burned at Cumberland Inlet, on the 16th
nit., by the boats of the Bienville and Alabama.
Her cargo, was taken off.. The orew , had pre.
viously. fled to the woods. . ,. t . .. ...
Another Naval Demonstration from
NSw Yosx, Jan. 3 Advices from Port Royal
indicate that Commander Dupont is preparing
for a new naval demonstration .Gunboats are
concentrating, and a large number of armed
launojies aro practicing to assist the landing of
troopt. T" - . ,
About ten thousand troops could be spared
from Hilton Head in addition to Gen. Stevens's
brigade to operate against Charleston, Savan
nah or the rebel force at Coosusatche the latter,
The Washington correspondent of the Phila
delphia Press says orders are given for a move
ment by way of Ocooquan; also that Gen. Barn-
side will ascend the Rappahannock. .
New Yohx, Jan. 3". The sti'lke at the Navy
Yard has ended. . . The men returned to work
to day. .r ; .
Message of the Governor of Michigan
to the Legislature.
Jan. 3. Tbe ' extra' session of the
Michigan Legislature convened at Lansing yes
The Governor suggests ine liquidation 01 tns
direot! Federal tax by releasing the Federal
Government from reimbursing the State on ac
count Of war expenses to an equal amount.
jiiTwsnty-four. thousand men have beta, fur
nished by Michigan forjhe war, of which ten
regiments are for three years. - One battery of
artillery and one regiment of three months' vol
unteers, have been raised at tbe expense of the
State, oosting $539,000, of which $92,000 bare
been refunded by the United 8tates Govern
ment, j t , .j . 1 s 1 1 te y J ,
- In View of the manifett ditpoaitien of foreign
powers to intermeddle in our domestio affair,'
he recommends that provision be made for the
organittflon of uniform militia', to constitute
an active force f and theirtpeedy enrollment, to
be snbject to draft at any l!me;"end widle pot
favoring tbe erection ei extensive fottifioationa,
advised the Legislature to urge upon Congress
'(be Immediate necessitrrrf wtabllshtng: at some
lZ. Tlil tilni in th Jt Krtrlhwat An arnnnaJ
and mannfaptory of lrtns and munitions of
war, and also a naval station, to oe looaveu in
Mioblgan, as being most advantageous, both
frjm tbe extent of ber ooast and ber nnparal.
Ivied rcstmrces for ship builUIpg-
In altdlDBj to national affairs, be attributes
oui aottipllcatioos abroad ant troubles at home
to the inactivity ot jtue rmy, and says ths people
will not tamely submit to see our armlet
used to proteot. slave property of rebels when
tne mote aotive means should be taken to sup
prets tne rebellion, sparing nothing and a nolo
giziDg to nooooy tor yur aoiwas. jt j
8. Johns. N. F,. Jan.. 3. The ateamahlD
coaemiao, witn xiriuau uoops en Board passed
cape ivace tnie morning.
Rumored Loss of an English Ship,
with 1,100 Troops on Board.
IIalivax, Jan. 3. A painful rumor U currant
In this olty of the loss of the steamship Parana,
witn eleven hundred troops on board, in the Bt.
Lawrence river; bntji. eaanot pa traced to any
renaoie source. , . . .
A large war steamer, suppoBecf American. Is
eruieug on init port, jx V .1
Latest from Kentucky.
LomsviUt Ja.!3-cTI)e Journal naa ) In.
formation -that' Johnston and Buckner's forces
tore up tbe Louisville and Nashville Railroad
for three-fourths of , a mile, about four 01 five
miles beyond Green RiVer, piled up the cross
tics, laid the rails upon .bete, end set fire to tbe
whole mais; repeating the same operation at
different distances all the way to Glasgow junc
tion, Dwuues iemog as many trees at possible
acrosi the track; and were engaged blowing up
a tunnel, 300 feel long, nsar the Junction.
. The crew of tbe Pick Varble have returned
from Nashville.- Thevaar that at tharr.tflrA
at Neshville.'whlcb consumed $7,000 worth of
property, on the Uii ultimo, the pork bouse
of C. Q. Armstrong, formerly of this olty, con
tributed materially to the progress of the flamei,
ana mat stored suens exploded ten lUcally la
everv direction. fTV-i '"V.
' Th4 rebels have promised to pay for the boat,
as it was engaged in bringing tbia-machinery,
uuuer a, permit irym pcciuiary voase . .1
f jiir Yojt,7an. 3 U-A'Rtcbmond dlspatcli o'l
the 3ls(, says the rebel war steamer James
to 0 Joined bercoMort, tbp. Yorktowo, below
la tbe James Rivrr
The gunboat Tensos would eooo be rtady for
active aervioe . ( r 1 ; T 1
Pr, la preolaeiy what Us name Indloatee, for', wbllef
HlDg, InTWoratlng and strengthening to the vital
kioweraand at the aame time rerlTiBea, jeiu l -
kiuwi mam no,,, m m an im parity, ana
Ltf thae at onoe rtttortt ami rtndtrt th tyttm in
krulitrabitto attack Qf dUM. It lithe only)
ipreparatioo ever oaorea to ui wor.w, bo cneini-
Ujcally andakUlfnlly eomUnedaa to ae the moat j)
Ipnwerfnl UDlo,aad at the aame lime ae perfoHjf
1 Mdapraa 10, M to act inpeneotacoorunoe wtutthe
mrmomacA, and tone op the dlgeatlve organi, and (J
' khoa ailarall narroai and other irritation. It to V
1 petleotiy exhilarating, and at the aame time It Ii
CI compoaed entirely oi regelablea, yet ao eomMneil
'iaa to produce Uio molt thorough tonic effect, with-
lout producing any injurious coneequeaeoa. Such
a. remeuy naa iuok ma reit to ne a aiaeraium m
the medical world, far UVaeedi ao medical kill toi
iaee Uiatdauutyfolioweallauaokaof diseaae. and
Kiroceeua and indeed laya the ayawm open 10 the
iniidlouiattacka of many of the most fatal, luch,
rr example, aa in loiioinng: voniaaiption, in
idiiteeiion. byipepeia, Losi of Appetite. Viintnen.i
Nerroui Irritability, Nenralgla, Falplutloaol Uw
Heart. Melancholy, Might Sweats, Langaor, Olddi
new. Beteatlearof.-MWtll aa Fainful oUtruetad,
koo pro(uie,or too eoant Menitruation, and Veil
hng of the Womb. Iheea all depend upon general
Uebillty. Thia pore, healthy, tonic Cordial and
Blood Renovator ia aa rare to euro at tne ma to
Irteerawlaet, Share is no miataka about It. 'But
thla la not all. If the natem la weakened, we are
open lopilnueattacke, the liver becomca tDrpia.1
or wone oueaeea. ua aianeya reiuee to periorm
iMa- fuMttona, and we are troobied with icaldlngl
kma incoBUneneei of una, oa involuntary die
kham of the eame, pain In the back, aide and be-l
tweea the aoouldere, exoeedlntlv liable to ellihi
Bolde, ooognsf ana u Bncnecked, eoon emaciation
Vollowi, and the patient goes down to a premature
brave. But ipace will not allow ua to enumerate!
the many Ilia to waKb we ere liable la a weakened
condition of the eyitem. But we will ny, In thiaj
uoruiai anu ,iw jiwnnf yav nave a penoui.
iafe pleasant and eSeotaal , remedy for ton ol
Appetite, BiiMuineoe,flatalenoe,week and lick
Btnmaoh.Lanraor. Uvar OomnlalnL Chilli and
rijgever, or any Blllotta attack, Uoitlveneit, Acidity
ef the Stomaek, Mervouanees, neuralgia, ralplla.
tlonof the iieart. Sepreiaioa of Spirits, Soree .'
fimplea on the face, or any dlisaae ariiing from
jnpure blood, each ae Bare ru la, ryalpelaa. Uron
lenumerated above. We will also eav the traveler E3
laxpoeed to epidemtea, change of climate and wat-
ler, will and It a pleaeant, sale and eure remedy , I ij
lananone anouid ever travel wiinout. ueaaar.y
nit, for we aeeure vou you will find la it a friend "1
indeed, ai well aa a friend In need.- All peraonsofj
ladeatan naMta will And tt a perfect proven live or A
aa well ai cure for thoee ailmants to which Itaey are U
.Mllll Hl.,1. ... ill .ll H.MW nl.l.tMuluHMI..M.
lorneya, Uterarv g.ntlemen.and ladies who are not
aocuitomed to mncb outdoor eaerciie, will find It
to men advantage to keep a bottle eonatantiy on
handi and, above all, mothen, or theae beeomrnel
uobi will go throuiih that moat dannroua period
act only wth ell their aocuitomed ilrenath. bud
laareana free from tbe tnoaiandxiimenta ao prev
ia! est among me female portion or tne worm, in
hort. It ia indeed a mother'e cordial. Try it, old
land roungi no longer run tbe rlik of delay; It will
relieve and prove ttaeir empnaocaiiy a JUtnra
'ti Cordial and Stood iUnovator: "
0. J WOOD , proprietor, 444 Broadway, Newl
KO, ana ue nwiei street, Bt. iionu, Mo.i and
old ay BOB1HTB At SAkfDKL. Oowmbas, Ohio,
kad all good Prugglikw frioe On Jollarl
per Bottle. march-dfcweowly
r! ,t'I , I l.
J . IS1VERSAL ' :
j i' i COUGH REMEDY.
I el all Throat and lung Complaint, Inelndng, with
Baoit perfect reeulta, Wbooidw Oooob, Oaaowio ah
Coukoa CoooHa, Bsobcbuj, un Tbboat OoHrLaum,
always forerunnert of uoniumpaoa. -aa a BooTHute
Btacr It has no super lor. freed from all Opiate or
Xnntio propertloe, may be aaed by most delicate eoniUj
tuticas, and with perfeot oonndenc. , . ,
HUNNEWELL'S 1 ! ' :-
. CELEBRATED .'. " ' '
" " TOLU ANODYNE.
.... l - V -.' 1
Tna nsiATur Nat-dxai. OrUTt ever offered to the
World, oontaining not a partiole of Opium, nor any sub
stance but Ita atrlctly vegetable and medioal properties.
A in re Samedy for Mbdbalsu, BBcoiuTiawi door,
loon it's Bit Acbb, OiTAUB, Boat oa Bay Itvn,
and all minor Nervous Complaint.
f oa Lou or puorr, ana ueauacn m an ia vanetiee,
It hai no equal, and to Which meet undoubted teetmonj-
all are offered. ' L . , . ,
yoa DaLXRIPW limn n a mon perieo rnaiur.
. . WnwM. rinuniM-ri. after rnmovfncr the Lain It acta
u apbyito, a moit important contrast with tbe eonitlpa
tory (ffecta ol Opium.
To Phyiiclani, Tormuiaa andTrial Bottles will be sent,
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
"poitage-itaiap.? , , . ; , . ,
rreparea nnaer tne iitci uijoitwiw wi r ,
,T iOUJt V, HUNNEWELL, .
, osmnrr inn nuBiniunrr,
. "I Ko SCommerelal Wharf, Boston, Mass
Io whom pleue direct all oommunicationi.
' Price Large Oongh Remedy, SO cent per bottle. '
r , . , Small " ' M '
' i) .loin Anodyne,! .'.'50 H.u . v ,
for sale by the uiua, wholesale and retail dealers,
everywhere. ' . ",
BOBB&TB BtMUBlJ, n- D. maura,
JOHS B. COOK, -rnif J- M. JPBNIO,
Ol DKSW Ai S0k7 "A- J- SOHtTBUXB SOU,
mayl7-wlv f Agent for Oolumbua, Ohio. '
Master .Commissioner's Sal,
ti . ,i
, NeliopS- DarllBiet al, . j .. .
Lv: i . .. v. , f - r CemnjoB
Tkomtl Blddleetkl'..., I . . .,- ...
tjI VIRTUE OF Alt OHlWKwr
tS tn iMdlnatad from taw Court of Oommon Pleaa
of Frank Un county. Ohio, I will offer for eale at tbe door
of tbe Qoart Ueuie, IB toe uity or voiumoua, oo -
Saturday, the 35th day of January, A, D. 1862,
at one o'clock, P. II., the following den. tlbed real eeli.te,
aitnate In the county or rrenKiin ana otato 01 vuv,
Being' part of half aectlonHo. fourteen (14), town
ihlp five (5), range twenty two (82), refugee land; be
ginning at a poet in the centre of Atcheion itrtet, being
the Kuthwect seiner ot a tract of thirty-Bve eon and
fifty one aquai polo of land eonveyed iiy Ateheeon,
Shoemaker and other, io John field and B. B. Adami;
thence with the ir weat line n . i m . eeT.uw-.15u, pain
, . nn.i in tha If . liuaof half Motion No. 14, 1. S, B
9. Refagee land; being the northwaet cornel t aekt
Held St Adama'i tract of thirty-three acrea and SI pol
thence with aald half eoUon N. 88X W. fai pole and
twenty and one half llnki to a lone. N. W-corner ef
eald tract r thence on the 'ovlitoat lfne of aald traot S.
1 H W, ninety yolee te a poet in tne eeater or Ateheeon
tteet: thenoa wltk the oentorof V etreet N. T3H 1
it poiealnd8 Hnke to ihe-beglnnlng, containing twenty
ore and one bund red and ten Hoar pole.
Appraised at aw 00 per fere.
fl. W. HtJIfMAlf, Sheriff,
.and Baiter Oommiaaloner.
PrintCT'i reel ti 00. .
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, January 3, 1861.
following are the retail quotation aorrectad by
""-, wuoiem ana eeuui grocer, Mo
wv bvbui uiga ptreet. , .-. r-.- .
BOciif O. Sugu .. 104He
Oat ) bu
wo napie ao. ........ ..umbos
Corn ft on BSe
afolawe w'jral flo.
Butter lt.i ' IV
Byra. e gi...w.eOc4l oe
Tallow B .; oiiii-
Tea f a....bOo,l 0(K1 i5
Rio Coffee a ... . atxAio.
Javaae. .... X5
Hloa. B loo
o wwa o.' nice 9 m JOc
WhiUBeaniWhu.aKKkiiloj Hmnn. a A,- iimi..
vnea I'eacliei... 3 UWSti 00
Potato, Du SOfSOOe Hay ten . ..' at) 00
Bali In axik. ........ lioBa-
soap (aoa) ,... edkBc
Beefi wt ........ d 01)1
rioaifi DDI......... S4 It
Whit Wheat do at SI
Rye flour bbi...' a 00
HaltPorkvowt.... SR 00
Oandle,Tallow,b. 1 UtH
Oandle. Onal. bo... . itia
Wood aorri aoa,a oa
Mackerel No. lhfbbt Sii Oil
uominy perbBstt-. SI 00
Wbliky per. gall. S&ai no
Raiiln, MR. Box.... 1 60
aoaerai No 1 nr kt.i as an
Mackerel No lklti-. 00
wnuer ihDarh'rbht aa u
Whit Vlih ser or bbl ail oil
iayn ...A 00
Buitaa a IS.
voa liu T B. ...... BMe
Prune t ,
Herring b),i J5 00
Corn Meal bBy.ntUAUOo1
wooixwin......U)e e lb.
uxe luranberriea w bbl... 7 00
loeiBujkwneatflour 4 a Be
wrair kavitw. '''' '
Pmoa-jialea at S44 II, for new red, and 14 ii
uw iwi wuiw, narui aiwottlCa.
Wmt-atSOSMtJ. , . , ' 1
Ookb lei at SO ' '. ' ' .'
0T-ialeduIlt lOo.' ' , .'
Hva (mall aale t 4AS30o.
mr aale at 7(8.
PoTATOEa nle. at 35440s.
Baiwa mxlmm A fnam I Or. '
Salt rulea at S3 CO oar hi. (7
Wbitb fun-rule at 18 id 74 per bbl
BocaWHXAT f Loua at SbtdiauA at a
Sugar, Tea and Coffee advancing atlll: In proipeot
New York, Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO
NEW YORK, Jan. 2.
fn.MM.lll.. .. t .1 -
v. uyuuua. ,'-. f , . T t
fLUUBThe market tale oult Srm. with a mJ.
rate demand for export and h
of 14,400 barreliat 3 W9S 30 for rejeoied; $S 4&Si U
for luperflne etale; B5 751 B0 for extra state, eloilnr
at S 5 4U253 M for luparfln weetern: till
pu iut vuiuuiun w meaium extra weetern i o 00
00 for ihlpplnr brand extra round knAB n .1 In
s i twx. n IK ... - . . - u . . . . r '
vv .w u. ..... WI.DO, aomaraet cioiing quiet.
Canadian flour iteady and onlv verr modanta h-.i..-.
oouiKi mei dvu dsii at aa vma u for luperflne; .bu
B4 75 for common to choice extra.
a. a fLOua-Qaletaad witbont decided change.
0ORN HBAL In leu active demand hntwuhnnin.
cldedohango, eale 10.0 bbl Brandy win at 3 ii.
WHISKY frmer; aalea S50 bbliatiWXSiOV, oiilefly
at tnilde price. . . ,,- , i i . . .) v ,
w b at Market very qnlet, bolder Inilitlng on full
priori, eblppera unwlllinc to operate larniv nnlua at
miterial deellne; eale 4300 buaheli Ohicago iprlng at
m . wv, wuw uu uuiiu.niirD eiuo at i.ouu infe
rior to good UUwauke elub at 1 1 304M33; 13,000 win
ter red weitern at II 4091 44. the latter nrina for ahala
and SOO Amber Iowa at 1 1 35.
BY B Lee active and aearMly ao firm ale 8700 bu
at as83o and imall parcela at S4itt5o.
tt A HL c Y timet at 7V!S80c .
OORN Heavy, dull and about 1c lower! aalei of 4300
buiheliat Seawie for mixed weitern tn eton.
OATB-Io moderate requnt at 40343c forJeriey,
vaonniaa, wvnarn anu vtate. .
POK Rulei iteady with fair demand; (ales 1300 bbl
at 1 1213 M for men aad 18(99 SO for prim .
Bel Iff More active: aalea 60 bull at 494 SO for
oauetry prime, -- ou for eoaolry mewt 1S(X13 for
repacked men; I3 70-914 for litre men.
PRIM B MBS8 Bit r In moderate demand; nil 100
tlereeaatllikS-0. India meee mora active; ulea 1000
tierce at S-3. . W alo notloe kalei ef 100 tlereee India
beetatlW. ... i , .u ......
BEKf Hans (laietandsteaty i -' j
CCT MBATB Dull and nominally unchanged.
BBtui-aiu ataai iuit ana witnont decided ohang.
BAOON Side in fair demand: aalai 600 hoxea. unit
To for long ribbed middle! 7X'7(o for we,tern ihort
do;T)4oforeltydond?Xofot long clear city. . ,(,
LaRD More active at rather aaaler nrlnaa: aalea BBOO
BUIIBR-Qultt at 11313a for Ohio and 16230 for
itat , 1 -
OOFfBB Quiet; ale 100 bgi Slo at 18Xo.
BDUAR Raw ver Arm: aalea i hhdiatSKABVa for
Cuba; emtio for Porto Rico, and 891 box Havana,
part at 7xc. , Rinsed login are iteady and unchanged.
CLEVELAND, Jan. 2.
I LOUR There I a nrettr good feello In the market
fbeugh prl:ei are not firm. Bale of 40 boll doable extra
Kd at 14 Hand 33 do do at 4 80.
wu at Market a Uttl more aotive and tne widen-
cy of pricei li apward. Sale of I ear red at 83c and I
u do at vtc from itore: 9 oar red at Vie tot traokt and l
ear white on track at B7c.
OATS-Bmall aalea from track at 87e. '
Other graini quiet and no aalei reported.
UlOBfVIKEB May be quoted at about 13S13c: (ale
BTJITB& Market quilt; sales of Weitern Beierve
roll at 13c.
OHBBsX8tedy : ala ot UO bexee Weitern Remve
LARD Sales SO bbli prime new at 7'o.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 2.
. ItODR The demand we leu active to day, and
thoee who had lot to tell on arrival found more dimcul.
ty In effecting eale at Tueiday'a advance. The sale
oompriio 1109 bbla at I42B4 10 for luperflne to extra;
14 14 S3 for extra to family, and 4 24314 80 for
family to fancy. - . : . . .
.. WHEAT In the morning the demand waagood, par
ttottlarlv fot caoloa lota, aadhuth orloce are offered and
refnied. A lot of 3300 buiheia choice Kentucky whit
old to country miller at II, delivered at the H. at D.
R. R.. uie of ban to Springfield, Ohio, and and B3o for
atrlctly prim lot wa offered and refuted. On 'Onange
moit of the outild buyer withdrew from the market,
leavln none but the city miller, who were able to pro
cure about S700 bu at 8385c for red, and 87e for choice
hill, and 65990c for fair to good white. Tbe offering
of choice are very liRht, not oompriilnr one Unth of the
lot in the market. The bnt lot ot white war held out
of the market. - ' "
OAJ8 Are lc lower aad la fair demand, with (ale of
OORN I dull at any thing cbeve S7o for new ear, tn
bulk: 000 bu aold at the upper road at S6c.
. t RYX Continue firm at 43e. v
BARLEY I iteady at 4fta0a for fall. ' ' t
The receipt of hog th put forty-eight hours ware
10.300 held. The demand 1 ftood. and all that were of
fered were taken at price ranging from 3 3093 33, the
latter price for extra neavy . ine 111 were:
ISO head, averaging ISO lb, at '..3 SO
114 do 340 do S 30
48 do , 350 do S 30
406 .do BOO do 1 35
400 do 230 do ' 3 85
75 'do 330 do " I 35
374 , , do- 190 , do-. I 95
140 do , S50 do I 35
835- do ' tOO do 3 S3
390 ' do 190 do 3 10
(.Inquirer, Jan 3.
The reciipt of live hog amounted "to 6887; bnt th
market waa not to brilk packer holding off becaua of
to morrow' belnc a holiday. Still then waa no material
deoline hi pricee the quality being earcely eoSjood aa
tbo lold yeuorday. - Only about 3300 head ahanged
hand, at a rang of 9 S53 85 grot for conmon to
iood-Hh moit of the iilee of light hog being at $3 43
and heavy at 13 8598 60. - .
The mild weather operated nnfarorably on dreued
bog which were very dull and 5910c lower, with eilei
at 3 793 SO for light to very choice the molt of th
ilea being at 13 6793 05, dividing oa 800 lb. ITrl
ban, Jan. I.
We note lain yeiUrday at 3 per hundred for heavy
weight. Light hog brought 3 73. There wn no nl-
mauoD in tne maraet, anu uie airi.si. muiw.
Some 15,000 head have been alaughtered at tbli point np
to date. Sentinel, Jan. 1.
; Tha ho market' during the week ha not materially
chinatd, and tbe demand baa been good at the quota tioni
" I OAA 11 . . 1 . I . . OKA . I..
given. Jror tota avBrmiiua -w ,,, i,f.u.. w,
S3 13 iii 100 lba, 3 St, and for very heavy Iota 3 35,
whioh U the-mot that oaa be obtained. Advertier,
P0. 31. . 1
Out ticker are ptylog 13 009 1$ gram for heavy
hogi. irouinai, ueo. i- - .- "
K Ir-ha n.rvt I. ilnll. with bnlv on hout In operatl'in.
which haa killed 1384 hogi. making the total to date 77,
428 with none In pen. Tbe only tranuctiona have been
a aale of 460 tierce lard at OXc tnd ihtpments eastward
of alotton ialc.-pcmoorat,fjan.ki.t).;t .. t ,if ,
New York Cattle Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Jan. 1, 1861.
wta'l MOBtrrs or cattib or ill im, roa th wnx.
i,w,Ur. m the veoort -from th eeveral mark!-
place in the city, there nave ben wcetved tblwek, ae
aompared n'Ut lait week. i f s J .1 1 p" t r
' " SheepejMt '''?'
I BVee. Cow. l. Lambs Swtoe, Totl
. aann in lit Ct.2 .... ....
of - "
97 t 31 8.437
Boldbu'r, Ber. 81
T'l prs week.
v, numiwr -
f wH,l'tl'r. ,Sol
110 3t 9,UU 10,758 K.837
Bxsvas raoK evmavr rriTx.
r,' M-A.'1,? Co., Proprietor, of the Wa.hln.toa
tbe following State!
' lKTeva..... ....
1 iinoia... : .
Tlal...Vy i A.,.',,.',,,
Namber renoriaA r... ,ua . .
tract, S,60O. " " " '""TWurui
in price to-day are quoted as follow; '
flntaualltr 8L.'ao I ni ''.'-.''
Medium...:;;;;. 7 as t-""'": L B7
llome Ixtra good Bttve may b qnoted at exii. ' '
Th general average of lb market I 80.
Th mot of thaaalM Mnn enm ?u. ' 1.
m7 W1 Pr pound, of different weights,
will be found In account of ulea of mndry drove..
Total number of Beeveiyeeeived In th city thlt week,
8,88tt ' . r-v , 1. 1. .;
Thll 1654 held mora Ih.n ! .-i . ....
leu man th. at-eraa of l7 t,"' " " "
'achWedBeeday market lut year wu 3086 bead,
!LiU!.. u,ab,r; o-'V being 3000 how 86 bead '1
lee than the are rage, and 584 bead more than Uilr day
. .r 1 -,. i .
The following drove are In market this week fion "
Ohio: , , , h
ham. Shater.80; Johnflynn, 50; yVm. Thompion,
?li.,a!2,J?',r'81i Pl ' Dtluoft, 13; Oapl. Ytli. tit;
I ll' MLffi7 flli 8"P' Vail, 78; Smith Phil
hetor19; p. A. Bartlett, A. O.
THE SHEEP MARKET.
ReoelpU of th week, T.733. ' . -. ) .
ThrolpU of lb week cover on working day mors
than laat week, ye, the total 1 on.lderabiy m.li.r.
and eoniequeotly there I a night advance.
We find the market to-day not la a brlik ecndiHos. -though
not very full, but mora Bhetp are on uie inan
trill aeil at the prlcu they were held at early th" m.
Ing, that li, at about 4V5o ft, live welgbt7forood
falrqualliy Bheep, weighing 90 to llOBj. Jble I the
character of moat of the lot in market, thoneb torn,
lhatiatea little better an held higher, for InatanoV
a good lot of 350 Michigan Sheep we uw priced at 13
were eitlroated at 90 ft, average by buyer arid 97 ftlby
eeller. We notice om of th big Bheep reported at
O'Brien' laat week (till on hand. lb dmaud for antra '
Sheep li not good. , . ,
The kind ol Mock tbat Mil bait I tht which bu the
meat valuable pell, and will weigh about 45 to 44 Ira,
net, of good fair quality of mutton. Much aheap will
bring So per lb, live weight; the pelt Mil for 1 73, and
and th mutton at 6a aar Donna.
1 the demand for aheep at Albany 1 ao itrong bow that
mmuj u, uie wcaisra uroveriaeu oui mere, and bnt few
of th New York buyer venture t compete with th
a tern buyeri and the McOrawa. who huu tn km t 11.
bany, and ucd the anl here foral.
th trad In mutton In Wuhington market hu been
better thll week, owing te tbe atedy cold weitber, and
that ha tvn tt aheen men mora confinn in kia
THE HOG MARKET.
Tbe folloaln are th auotation alvea l.w n..,. n
Grant, Superintendent of th Market: Corn fed ho.
3X9'- ft. "TO weight. '
uuttllery tiogi, 393)40. e . -
Thli Ii a decline of about ko fc noon eorn-frd i.no. '
which we oonilderrather favorable, with the great ln
creaie of number on ul; though it I vua that a por-
Huym iu. iwcipn rcany oeiong to jait week, aa the
number thu given (17.600) embraoed ntarlv flva .U...
Thla would make the receipt! for two weeke 57.9.
wukq 11 a guoa ueai leea man tne two prevloui week
' dep. W. Dcrman give tbt following figure a the '
price of Hop tbi week:
Live. Dead weight,
f Intqiallty corn-fed, Urge ilte.4 5 3V93c
Soond quality 3X93;fe 395c
firat quality, imall iei,ftnd
prim, for martet butcheri...3X94e ' ' S (5io '
Large liu, nill-fed, fat 3 4ie 4 4c
Becend quality, itlll-fed 3 93c 4 94 Vic
Master Commissioner's Sale.
George O. Oiborn
Bunuel L. Lingo
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF MA 1. 11
te m directed, from the Superior Oourt of frank
lin County. Ohio. I will offer for aale. at the door of
the Court Home, In th city of Oolumbua, on
Saturday, the 13ib day of January, A. D. 1862,
at ob o'clock, P. M., th following described real elite,
ntuaie in the county of franklin, and Btato of Ohio,
A oartala plrc of land In notion two (3). towmhlo
two (3), rang uvtnteen (17;, United Stit?i Mililiry
land; Oommenelog In the center of Plank road .Ixty feet
(00) looth of tbe N. B. oorner of a lot deeded from C. L. '
Weilerrelt to Peter Hammon; thane S. with ld road
twelve rod (13) and lorn link to Oeorg BUner's linr;
thenoe I. thirty-en rod (31) and thirteen and a iiair
feet (13)4), thence N. parallel with aald road lixteen rodi
(16); thenoe welt to the place of beginning; it being thj
eame three acre (3) drededfromO. L.WetterveTt to S
L. Lingo, except a fraollon 84 feetwlde on th N. W
corner, and known lot No. on of th ubdivilon
th tbov dMoilbed three aor piece. "
Appmurea ai-i-iionnoi. a, , ana 9, iw uu earn.
; " ' Not No. 3 and houe, 1175 00.
, " Tbe one acre lot, 75.00
. .. . 41. W. HTJff MAN. SJrerlff,
and Muter Oommiuioner.
Wuiob St BnroBiM, Att'yt
Pflnter'i fee 5 00. . ; . " ;
Master Commissioner's Sale.
' R, Nll, Adm'r of )
Joihua Baldwin' eetate, f
Common Plea .
Bin Martin et ai.'
un Term, A. D. 1858.
BT virtue of an order of aal to me directed from the
Court of Common Plea of franklin county, Ohio,
I will offer for nl at th door of the Oourt Houte in
the City ot Columbus, Ohio,, on
Thursday, January 30th, A. D. 18G2,
atone o'clook P.M., the following deicribed real estate
ittuate in the county of franklin and State of Ohio, to
Bounded on the cut end weit by in exteniion of tbe
eutandweit line! of fifth afreet, north by Sugar alley
and touth by Town itroet, being ixty feet front on Town
traot by 187X feet deep, and lituated in the city of Co
lumbua, Ohio, being the same property conveyed by
John W. Baker and wife to uld Martin, by deed dated
April 1, 1855.
Appraited at 15,000.
O. W. HUFFMAN, Bheilff,
and Matter Otmmiiiloner.
Printer'! fee 13.75.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Oeorg M. Panoni, Exeoator
I, deceaeed, I
ick et al. J
of Samuel Farioci.
Sal by order of Court, ,l ,
William ?. Brack
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Court of frank
lin Oounty, Ohio, I will offer for nle, at the door of
the Oourt-Houie, In the city of Columbui, on
Monday, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1863,
between the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock,
P. M. th following deicribed real eetate, aituate In th
county of franklin and State of Ohio, to wit: Part oi lot
No. B and 9 of the luodlvuuan of aurvey 1388, being the ,
hare of mid William f .Brock In laid loUNoe. Band 9. a
auigned and let off,to him by Uie Superior Oourt of frank
lin oounty, Ohio, at ita May term, 1858, in a partition
made of uld lot between him end hi wife Bllnbeth O.
Brack, to wit Lot No. two (3) of nid partition, com
mencing t th N. W. comer of lot No. f of laid parti
tion; thence 8. 57 deg, 30 min. B. 168 80-100 pole to
th centre of tbe Columbu and Harrliburg Turnpike
Road, thence along the centre of laid road N. 33 deg. 311
min. B. 35 pole to the 8. B. eomorof lot No. 3 of laid
partiUon; thenoe N. 57 deg. 30 min. W. 190 polea to
the 8. W. corner of aald lot No 3; thence 8. 1 deg. 30
min. W. 41 pole to the beginning, containing 30 acre
Alto, lot No- three (3) of laid partition, commencing at
the N. W. oorner of lot No. 3; thence 8. 57 deg. 30
min K. 190 pole to the centre of the Columbui and
Harrlibunr Turnpike Road; thence along th centre of
aid road N. 33 deg. 30 min. B. 54 polea to the 8. .
corner of lot No. 4 of (aid partition; thence N. 57 deg.
30 min. W. 328 06-100 pole; thenoe 8. 1 deg. 30 ml.-,
weat 63 50-100 pole to th pltce o beginning, contain
ing 69 acres, 8 rooda, SO pole.
appratiea u ioiiowk
Lot No. 9. oontaining 39 tore, together with the iteam
uw mill, 14,000. . .-,
Lottio. 3, oontaining ov acre, at . per acre.
O. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff, .
Printer'! foes, 8 73. and Muter Comminlouer.
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
Samuel A. Moore, for the uie
Henry 0. Stanley et al.
emmon Pleu, No-,
vember term, lout.
BY virtue of an order of uie to me directed from the '
Court ot Common Pleaiof Franklin county, Ohio,
I will offer for nle at the door of the Oourt Home, la
the city of Columbu, on
Saturday, the 95th day of Jan., A. P. 18G2,
the following deicribed lands and tenement aitnate lnv
franklin county. Ohio, to Witt All tbat tract of land K
ait In th townihlp of Sharon, and bounded a follow. p
being lot number aavan, In icotlon number four, town
ihlp number two, range number eighteen. United State '
military land; andaleo that other trat of tend in .-,
towoibipmd county, and described aa follow.: Being,. ,
lot number eight, In Motion number four, township cum- .
ber two, range number igntea, United Btatea military
urvey f land, exoept eighty acre aold off the cut eud . ,
of th two troU, about two yeara ago. the balance her. r
by conveyed being about one hardred and eighty eigtit
acre of .land, more or leu , ' ' ' ' '
Appitieed at $9S per an - ' '.'.
' Printer' feu i 73. , . I u '
I O. W. HTJfFMAN, Sheriff,
I : ' - aad Muter Commliilcner.
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Lace Veila, (new pattern!.) Valenolenee, Thread and
Point Lao, Kmbroldered OolUra, Batts, Trimming and
klrta, Lac Barbu and Ooiffuree. Plain Linen Collar,
VtUand Cuff, laibrOldered Collar andOutr In Battt,
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