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V"9 A .. Jji "aW. 'eBBnV eat Jf JL THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 4rl86J. Rail Road Time Table. f ., v- ..; leaves. f Arrives pigni xpreap, via jstwbi w Cincinnati AooonuaodaUon, 0:10 A, M. k.. v.nr. l M P . al . 3:30 A. M. B:8U P. M. 3:x r. m Mail Mid AwoDmotlun..i, ioa B, II. ; 18:14 t U, ' " ' ' J "iJ .('. JgO. W. BOHBBTV, AKWll. OoiOMBtJt It OtaVBLallD R. B. SJo'iU V.30 Jl llS P.M. ll;J. Wight Drp Km, Talk Bxprms,'.:...; ., 3 13 J?.M 1"! 1 Nig M tTfnm. .r..M too a.' ...ft-;;..;. 30 P. 1:30 A. M. 1:30 P. 11. M. ii feu, Agent, , ,t w w ' '- WaU Train r....Yi.a..aw 4:00 A. M. ' 1:30 A. M tarsal, rata, .m MH.-.ia.3i A.Mr .,l:u ;. 11, . Jo. Bohmo, Agent: - - (Ooumioi Plana Ihbum B. B.) . OblMMlxpnn 8:00 AM. 8:35 P. H. -, V .3:00 P. M. , . 11:50 A. II. Rail Road Time Table. Local Matters. OirtJ'oputmualoattw'.Ue of tbl lCtV lnt., headed "Mr1.- -Nortbn Had the Publlo, Botooli," vai banded ni by br. W. E. Idrfrom whom we mderstood that H , wm frit ten by M1m Alice Corner. u i ; rt .. tin' t I te P?? i Amitali at the O. P.The followlog pf Is oneri were Veoolved i the Ohio PenltentUry on i, From Iuci Cey-Joha Bennett, colored --mnilnghtitr, too years; Chftrlei A. Mtjsbn orglWfftbrM jeers. ' r '' rvr From Northern Dttt'rkt V. S. (tourt-Ot- Undo ET. Perklfii eleliug dJ embwHug let- tere, Jbrge jew? ; .'nil ia-iVV . IT The'Roforinjd 'an.bleiI J. H. Green, bold the posltlou of Captain- lo ,an Indiana reglm ; CT PaeseaAlirifetihftr!tyxl4e weolBg .r qmMnAeiai lb 'Sxi.y <h. Rcglmeut, Coi. Harker, and ta 8i eh Battery1 of tDhlo Artil lery, on tbelr, way lo Kontucky tached W thtf Fcriy-flrnt Regiment, left Cleve land, on Tuesday afternoon, for Kentuoky - ywrri$K RdiMiNT MbyiN'aTrhe'.IxteVtifh Ohio Regiment of' YolanMerr; - In Oommeod Of Colpoil. p Cpdjoeyy. btokjjflp tbellf enoatnf ment 'at Camp DeDuUou'on . Monday night, wen down to C'lnoipnatU otv ITueeday mornlog opoathecarsof 'the.,' Little Miami Railroad, roaied m to Covingten on the ferry boat, and embarked on tbe'cara of the Kentucky Cen tral RallfpW at two'cIoqk'JuL'tha afternoon foi Lexington. Beyond thai point their dtatlna- tlon wai not known. , ,.r m, .m - Bairaticirr or CiF Eavit ao. The quarter maatar at 'CJnolnnati'.'.oa. Friday", ihlpped the following artlolee to the Aotlng Qnartermaater at Loularllle: 550 wall tentj,' 7,600 paps and ooreraj 7,500 Hoed blouiee, 700 trowaers, 7,500 bootees, 18,000 shirts, 15,00(1 drawers 15,000 stocklnge, ; 7,500 blonket, .'500 J camp kettles, . 1JB0O 'nees' -paos ','500 axes "aiid handles. ' ' 000 apader 600 hatchets and handles, 500 picks tui4..handleei!;700 OTerooats. 7,500 tin onps, 700 tin plates, 7,500 knlres and forJrTs, T.500 knapsaelur ",500. hammookt 7,500- canteens pTPanlel IbbarJ.'wba; has been for some time past a teaoher to the Deaf and Dumb Asy lum. In this oitylai eoalved from the War Department the appointment of Asaiataot Ad- jaUnt-O'eneral with the rank- qf Captain.., He Is ordered to service lo General Gorman's brl gatfeon the Potomae. ' ' " i i i -i Tax Tjuajo Ohio CaviLafv The Third Reg , w - - j,,;. -fn r iment Ohio Cavalry la Camp Worcester, Mon toeTllle, It complete in all its appolntmente arid ready for owohlog ordcrsvr . n- av Tr" nil mi' : tJTh Manetteld SAWi and JJahiuf sUtes that the Sixty-fourth Regiment, of Sherman's Brigade, and Major McLaughlin's Squadron of Cavalry, left that place on Tuesday for Louis- TiiitTiqr BT The Coshooton': .Democrat states that the Eightieth Regiment, now la process of forma Uon tt Camp Meigs, is succeeding most admir ably. 'There are" over e!-c 'Titmdred men In oamp. There are tno conip'Uiiia futlt and five la process of formation, 'witU from ecventy to eighty men i throe of these coinp&niea are from Coshocton county.. This makes nine companies from that oountv. ' V Noiios Cooohh. The sudden cbaogea of our ollma'.e are eourcca Qf Pulmonary, Bronchial, end Astbjpatlo Affections. : Experience having pror,' ed thpf. a!rr.plo r'm;dlcs often act speedily and oetta.iilu w'u a u.Ucu in the eaxlj stagca of the dleeeee, ituourijo should at once be hadto "Brown's DroncftUl TVeelles," or Loriges,3et the CtU, Cough, oi Irritation of the Throat be ever so flight, as by this precaution a more eefl- oas attack jnai be eueotually warded off. Pab-. lie Speakers, and Sioge.rs will find them effects. UTVTUBCUISjUta Varit A. JJ fl 1 V f ? COARDINCtlOUSSI Alt SO BAB?. Tp.WJf..JeSBBitnWBv Where be eaa accommodate a number of, Boirdere by lie AaMkfeMXaA , H elw-'-'O l 0 0 ew serej v ni it ta iKum iw J ion:' i laerU tJ bn: AIT Ol OalslfM Kt'f rraviKflijriil'S BETDRNE0 FBOITI H nw york.Iamnowprapared tooffer to the pnblie rCn.t nMtlana aanrtment of GOODS IOR OKNTg WAuaB, BBOb aa ud ! .a 'M.ill CASS"! MERE9Tf Aad a geaeral aaeortment of -.ruRriiSHifiGtcpopvs- ,!r a thetVhewt and aaataat itylae In the market all ot whteh I em -rolling ai n TT ""clail Attention Jala IwMlll ivir A. i ioarel Jlalblnar. J..-t.a - BaTloittl long experience In the Out and. Vaoafeo- tare ef Offlm ' tiiotbug, i mi eaenaoat i oaa ilrean- tue sauiianuun to hii hjj puirm. ,. w ,.,- r'nosf;, ' na w t?T5i S Morehant Tailor,' tua wno Uitvow mgaana iowq airee, -orls-tf ,I f.VM ' Oolumbae,01ilo"-' - -il f I I ' J T v IIHV7TO OAL;YATLip w rttsrn rwTiinintwiOBiF.n keeps X5fM v- A elAHTli yi) and foi aalo, tho beu quality ot wuiov . .v --- - - r - "- . r- Call aad ojuniiue - inf Goal before parouwmg alie' omoe at ma Wrt:i6Ter3ftrfl; eudVa aVOoViCaa NEW 330ARDINO HQPS&T. yra:V. UJa.IIIJEIt MAS OPENED A "i8" '"--' - " V.I. ICWAM. itmmvu rr.w.'Z. inTunEOTIKC TO'. EVERY HEADER, rP to aa bdlipalable fact, that If thj ptrwe wanta one of thM oemforuvbl. I8QUIMAUX BJCAT( OVIB COATS, be Will Muall flud thara In lam qnntttltt II any tpraoe deilrom of ewnlns eaa ef the lata ilyla of BSAVIB OVa OOAIS, wVh P atuwbod, Son'thnak your hoada to loaro br to pat Um, bnt o .CAPITAL CITY- ARCADE, -y ( 'T , ."". Opport tlM But Beuw.',;,,. Y'r i f i too will Sad tbm Ibora In all eolon. kept n nt a DID yoa herar wr any o lh tlt MIIBD OAS SlUiai SUITS, whlob aro told at tut Otpltal Oltj AroadoJ Buh la and in will find thM In vIIm, at : ' - MARCUS CHILDS'S. YoVWaiMke Id' want ti PAST8 and VHTS. and then 1 bat one NUblUkmonl In Uw Wfl whot Puts and Vuta are to bo bad la all etrtDM. ehaooo. jlM, faaatlllM and qnolltln, and that slaoo la lha DON'T foifot the extonatvo anortinont of IURH1BH IHQ OOODB. partloaUrlr In WOOUM BUIdlfl. Which you can And In "Bd, wblta and blot," at the . LArl 1 ALi U11X AHUAUhi, - T wta . -5 .' BnparinienoM ay uareai onuat. II on with to woar ganaonta ItADB TO OB DEH, oa oan do no bttlor lhao to io to tho Mar oban I Tallorbif BatablUtunont, aoxt to the A road a. and atleot yodr goodi from a itook oomprlalos all color of Bearer Olotha. Oaatlmona, Silk VoUot and PluihV loaa, and you will loraly nttt with a (ood At by pnrebaa rtB rAv-i. 1. J. -.-. v. 'i..J '''-. MILITAET 6SNTtIMB!f, whan ' IhoVeomo to thb oltrr. ai itraoMr. and wlih to aet a CNirOBM. It la to thotr btf I adraatas to oall at 1 - . AlAKUUHi UHlLUS'tt, - Where a largo amortment of BLUB OtOTH and other artiolee belonging to the aqulpiga of an officer oaa bo aa it ery moaeraw pnoei. - in enortoauat,, , SMarcus.CliUdi5's, - . ...... i ' . Proprietor of that aztenilre baatneae locality, r NO. 81, 83 ana SS BIOIX STREET, oppotite the state Houie... T.r, L oetST-dM ' GOOD SAMARITAN. 1 E. B, ARMSTRONG, WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALER IN t-'A'targi atoek.,$( the. GOOD B MABITAN on tawlXmT''J,TO'?W - J ;. .1 Ti". Pi7 111 v 't'j ( ': : a o :. J Jl. i. (It I 'AT JaaLClLUSOW'G NL1VV t NORTH HIGH STREET: i anb bib; thb ubqbst BlOOl,-1' V THB c QREATE9T VARIETY i. j. " T HB MOST: BIAUTIITTI, i P.AtTB BN B s t oy.E s ... VBrer bffared-to the cllUeni of Columbue. THBT. HATB .o .ite-.ro-. COKINO StOVEi FOR COAL, COOKING STOVES FOR WOOD,' J 3 V COOKING STOVES OOCKXHOi; BTQ VE8" for LrafamlUaa or BmaU Tamllioa, aid veryfng"u Three. Dollars "o Que Huhdred and Ml V) ii i. a iciiii HV ' PARLOR STOVES Uim 'Of every Price, Site and TaHoty, for Coal or Wood.-. nrMiva-nriftM sttivp.s. i.Uf i .....,.. ,.u .lav? a.aii ui AM? a i. It !" 1 j Of ani.Patterna. . , , SITTING-ROOM STOVES. t " flTORE-ROdBt STOVES, OFFICE STOVES. a A The: Llghteit and moit Portable 1 i: ritlim offerat to the Teat -Stove aver i ft Officers of oar ..Great :Arniy;:; ii-ti.f'ur. :s; L'lT f .:!,; 0i-' " ' 1 FUR N AOE'Ai b-' tf Foe Beating Dwellings. Ohnrehea, Btore-roomi, or other ...j'.a largo Bnlldisga lib etia for family TJe or Hotels. r.iwii-' H-K-.M M' W1.1 1 11 , ill 1 r:-9 : ai MO 4n bivi, roamlu tK,. fe. jit a. av-j i-.ra ft .ieijn;l SUGAR'.BVAPORATORb. SUGAR KETTLES 1 i re -We DOGG IRON8 v 1 a.!i alu Mi bm . SAI) ULONa'. t--e n - M '.Tll4 , , r 4 k.v TAILORS'li'dEESEiV Aad ami etbat artlates "for any ether tMh!" ,tA'-" it A " - . f Jllf Wr 'rl Jim itj:paiakj) . .BlSb-f No.lVOriHih-'-Street; I - . ' ri .edairl ' Vt :-.- at -9 i Clll & Son. tW.tCaUl .govSMf , , J nun Mil THE LATEST NEWS THE LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH From all Parts of the World. REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN. WAR FOR THE UNION. WASHINGTON NEWS. WASHINGTON NEWS. JIM LANE APPOINTED A BRIGADIER- GENERAL. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. THE TRENT AFFAIR. Letter from Gen. Scott. Troops Ordered to Canada. France favors Reconciliation. lation. - Southern News. FURTHER ABOUT THE FIGHT AT CAMP ALLEGHANY. Latest from Missouri. WARLIKE PREPARATIONS IN CANADA WEST. WEST. PARTICULARS OF THE FIGHT AT MUMFORDSVILLE. &c. &c. &c. From Washington. Deo. 17. A man eama within uen. ueintzelman'e linee to day, who left Al exandrla in July for more distant Southern quarters. He stated Ibat he bad been living at Charlottesville for some time; that no rebel troope bad recentlv cone South from tha of the Potomac, but during the laat three weeks two Georgia regiments had been added to It; mat me aicaneae lit toe army was great, and averaged from Manassas and Centreville a oart loaa oi invalids a day, conveyed to the hospi tals at Charlottesville, : j : ' [Times Correspondence.] The House Fostofflce Commlttea haa nnanl, moualy decided to Introduce a bill to abolish tha franking privilege. The committee have also concluded to grant no further privileges In the case of soldiers' letters, other than that now given of lending their letters forward without prepayment.; ;-, [Herald's Dispatch.] ' H f M. viiion ware driven In by the enemy. Thereb els were soon driven back, and . many of them killed, . -r. h ..a. ..... Tho Seoretary of war haa submitted to Con gress, sv statement, of - Quartermaater-General Melee, aeklnirtbe early aDoronrlatlon of Al 000 . 000 to complete and pay lor the gunboata, mor- aar Doave ana lug ooate oi toe W cacern flotlUa, ao mat tnej may not oe - delayed at Bt.; Louie until the interruption of navigation br ln. Ha states tbe $1,500,000 appropriated by Congress at tuo tag i. eeeaion lgrenmoieni only lor the oon struotlon, equipment and maintenance of seven of tbe gunboats t and without exDreaains anv opinion aa to the- necessity of the fleet ordered to be built by Genaral Fremont, ha thlnka tha Government la bound to pay for them, and that if armed, equipped and well manned, they will aaa to we eireogiu oi me army in toe West, and tbe anocess or the expedition Intended to open tbe Miaaiaaippl.;-- t.i- Tbe report of Cbief-Eaatnaer Barcard, which baa Juet been submitted to Congreea by General Cameron, shows that , the defenses around Waabington consist of forty works, mounting three hundred guns; that the whole defenses oc cupied are about thirty-live miles, sxeeeding by ssveral miles the famous works on Torres Ve daa, the moat exteneive fortifications of this kind known In modnern times. ' Gen. Barnard aakl tbe appropriation of $150,000 from Con greea for tbe completion of these works. ' ' Secretary Cameron has also submitted to Cooereae a report In favor of an aoorcmriatlon of $4,710,000 for putting one coast defensee in order iron, the Lakee around to San Franaisoo, a large portion of which Is to be devoted to tbe dstenses or JNew Xork haibor.. tl, ,t ,i ' Mr; Vad Wyck'a investigating committee to Inquire into Government contracts, say Id their report,-they hare examined two. hundred and alxty-flve personal. .The report embraoes eleven hundred pages, and!. thele labors are far from being finished. They propose to posh the inves tigation rlgorouely, so lone as it la demanded by publio interests. ' .--. i ,' -j-. - . The affair of the steamer Catalin was thor oughly alfted. There waa great oonfliot lo the evidence as to wbat would be a fair prloe for ohartcr and cost of running her. . ' The oommittee especially call attention to an arrangement between the Seorelarv of tha Navy and Mr. Morgan for purchasing vessels fof Government,-'.- ,.;'i'. ' . . U .Jc.tLs-... The oommittee next oooeldered the subteot of the purchase of arms." The extraordinary de mand for them resulting from the oouaplraoy to overtnrow me union, naa,.r(BUiteo in an extra ordinary txpsndlture, andi exciting tbe enptdity of large numbers of persons both Id Europe end Amtrioa, haa opened a system of unprecedented (peculation.' The Government has been tbe victim of more than one oonapiraoy, and remark- aoie oomoinationa nave Deen made to rob tbe Treasury. The profits from the sate otavma to the Government have been enormous, and real ized, loo, la many instanoes, even byonr own cttiaens, tnrouga a system o brokerage as no principled and dishonest, aa unfriendly to the eucoeea and welfare of the nation, as the plot less of-aotnal treason! tbe Government and the several States entering the market in aotlve and direct competition, stimulating, It is foe, to some slight extent, and temporarily, the Im portation and manufacture ol arms, but soareely compensating for tbe general profligacy In the expenditure oi me pupuq i reaaure.- . Thfl oommittee examined into irinv innDllM. and say in tne western veoartment especially r . t - af ri p requisitions have supplied the -plaoe of con tracts. iUfcvW.-i.-- -'-v ' - Tbe oommittee say In the purchase of cattle there have been gross mismanagements; and In tha purchase of horses and wagons in New York they find great Irregularities. ' Tbe oommittee alao aay, a man by the name of Wood, enjoying the oonfidence of the Presi dent, waa appointed Commissioner oi Fabllo Building!, a place requiring not only great bus lneae capacity, but unfllnobinr integrity! and that Wood, from his own declarations, made himself an instrument for plundering the Gov ernment.'; Tbe oommittee, in toe dioehrge- of their duty, made a repreaentation or tbe faots to' the Executive, but before any aetlop. waa taken the Government was relieved by his res ignation i Tbe com mTtfee next approach the subject of fortlfloations at St. Louis. "The circumstances surrounding this work being of the most extra; ordinary cbaraoter;' and marked.' by extrava gance, recktesjness, insubordination and lraud, tbey express (he hope that soma means may be found to make tbe startles to the srttrootona com tract disgorge the antes out of which th Gov ernment haa been defrauded, and- that tha la hnrrra who hava dnna tha ww. nn . tha fli Govamment, will not longer be delayed I rnlln theie Inot '-drtM.' " Th.' nn.lit. found that most astoundinir , and " imblnahlna- f-abds had been perpetrated in the ptrrohase' boraes and Biia-': !. "a Washino)i, Deo. 18 The business of the Senate in executive session bas been confined I to referring to tha approprlata eomoilttea th appointments made by th President durlnc the rsoees of Congress and heretofore pabllibed. j The proclamation of Gen. Phelps, at Shld Istand, Is oondemned by all olaaees of polltl ol.tna. It was bis individoal act.-and muak therefore be regarded accordingly, . I Senator Lane of Kansas bas been tendered e'Brleadler-GeneralihlD by the President, He will aooept as soon ss he proves his right to seat In the Senate.- His command will embrace all troops in Kaneaa. ;'. neither tbe Queen's nor Mr. Adams's mcs!en- ger have arrived yet. S . O Latest Foreign News. Poktland. Me., Deo. 18. Tbe staamahlD Jura from Liverpool oo tbe afternoon of tbe 6th, and Londonderry on the 6ib, arrived here Ibis morning. -7-, 1 l no exoitement relative to ine 1 rent Affair oontlnnes nnabated. k" " j The stook market, on the th Inst-, waa more heavy and unsettled than ever. Tbe United mates Consul atrarls nadoom- munloated to the French Daoera a Istter from Geo. Soett, ln.whloh be declares that there Is 00 troth In the report that tbe Cabinet bad ordered ine seisure or the uouthern commissioners. even tinder tbe protection of neutral flag. He qmte ignorant 01 thedeoision or ls Gov ernment, but eats it Is tteoeesary to (reserve good relatione between America and England, and be boned both Governments will agree on a solution of the question, whether the prisoners were contraband or not. ' If tney were agents or tbe rebels, be says It will be dlffionlt to conviaoe even impartial minds that they were lees con traband of war than rebel soldiers or cannon. ' lo conoluiion Gen. Soott expressed the con viction that a war between America and Eng land, without more serious provocation than la at present gives, Is impossible. The Liondon Star thinks Gen. Boott's letter will receive a hearty response in England as a message of peace. Tbe Times says -that Gen. Soott. like bis countrymen, Is rather lnoliaed to disavow the conception of tbe outrage than to repudiate it. it is reported that the rebol and federal pri vateers are cruising at tbe entrance of tbe Eng lish Channel. It Is said tbe Admlriltv ordered two ahina to proceed immediately to the West Indies, to aet as a convoy to the malt ateamer. ' ' j ine reris correspondent of the Dallv News statee that Slidell's dUpatohea were Intrusted to His wiro as be waa leaving tbe Trent ' . The Paria Patria learne that the Saa Jacinto In November searobed a Freooh, Danish, and a Portugutsa vessel. These faota, aaye the Pa trie, are ol some Importance as proving that the weanmgton oaomet ranolea it bas power to ex ercise the right of search to Its full extent. speculations from France represent tha ore dominant tone, of feeling as. favorable to a rec onciliation between Eogland and America. ' ' It is reported that the French Minister at Washington reported to his Government re fusal on the part of the Washington Cabinet to deliver up dispatches addressed from Paris to tbs rrenoh Uonsuls at Charleston and New Or leans.. - ' '" . ' .' . .; ,1 ' ,., , ; Hostile demonstrations .were made In various parts of England on lha oooaelon of the depart- ure of an Armstrong battery thence .for shlp- ment 10 vanaaa.- .., -.., -m; 1 i, In the Italian Chamber of Dermtlea Rattan explained tbe failure of negotiations relative to Kome.etatiDg be was convinced the French Gov ernment wished to terminate, its occupation of Kome, ano was a sinoere friend to Italy.-' ' LivxarooL, Deo. 6. Cotton brokers olranlar reporta sales of the week 25,000 bales; market dosing at decline of lld per pound. Al one nme me aeenne was nearly 'il, but tbe market railed. , Breadstuff steady.' ' Provisions steady. Erie shares 2425. .. t . n - .-- ' LATEST VIA LONDONDARY. An Admiralty notice: was Issued vestardav requiring all now absent to return immediately to tbelr respective ships. -' The iron-oiad frigate-Warrior is coaling for service on toe norm Atntnoan coast, if need ed. ' . - ,.:! ; There was Quite a rise yesterday on sns-sr and saltpetre.- . - - - -' - No charters ore now being taken for Anjeri an vetsela. : ... ti--". ..." tsu : Several of thamomW Dan era bate leaders on Mr. Brlght's recent speech. ine limes says, let America Judge by the speech of her createat admirer, how little can be said for ber outrage upon a friendly; although neutral country XivxxrooL, Dee, 6 Warlike preparations continue to be made. A coneiderable number of troops are under orders to leave for Canada. ine steamship Persia -has been chartered' by toe uovernmeni aa wen as tne Australasian v : The London Daily News thinks that if th American Government will treat the difficulty in tbe apirit General Soott urges, the. war, may do wveriea. . . , ,,, , , r . . ! Tbe American ' shipping interest Is already disastrously affeoted. London, Deo. 6. It is reported that Mr. Ad ams regaros nis recall aa inevitable. Several leading Paris papers blame the Eng-4 lian Government for having yielded to tha prcts- nre 01 puDiio opinion, aa represented merely by Manchester and Liverpool, and for baring Acted too haatily in the Trent affair.' ' ' Southern News. Monaox, Deo. H.Br fiag of truce to-dsy we bare received Riobmond papers of yesterday. ' , ' -i t-i .' n i -n i Tha ttlohmond Whig baa a few Additional particulars at the attack on Edward Johnson's forces at eamfl Alleghany. The Federals were reported 5,000. strocg.u The fight began at 7 o'olook a.m., and lasted.. seven hours, when the Federals were. repuAAd. '.i.iS'6;Mw' ;tb The Whig says the Confederates lost twenty five killed, and eighty alx wounded, and that tho federals carried away their wounded and lett from ninety to a hundred dead bodies on the field, w , u' Johnson's force was 1,600. and afur, the battle be wai reinforced by two additional regL msnts. ' - .-- ' '' w ' u' " The following telegrams are from tato South: era papers;-' .''' .; .' , ,',V m" . ; tfii'e,e Msnruis, Deo. 13-At Columbus, Ky;i there waa a great oommotion yesterday. ' 'K. 5V More troops bare been seat to Geo. Bowen at Fellolana and alto a regiment to Union City. . :.,t .'"" . -' Tbe ted era is at Cairo nave changed their polioy. None are alio sad to leave there. All communication baa oeasad- The Government transports are idle in the daytime and busy at night.,: ,, ,-im a,. h tn.u.w f It Is supposed by those in high offlolaf quar ters that the Federals are moving an immese force to the Tenneeeee river, to cut off comma- nloatloo with Bowling Green. ' Mutrais, Dec. 14. Three thousand Federal troope, at Pad ucah, marched to Vienna on Tues day, and burnt some buildings, lumber piles, etc They returned to Paduoah bat made no attaok on Fort Beauregard. All quiet at Columbus, &y. Jeff. Thomson reoently surrounded a Party af federals guarding tbe bridge between Charles ton and Bird's PoiLt, killing two and oapturtng four ot the bridge guards,. " FoiTaxss Monboi, Deo, 17a P.-M.It was known in Richmond this morning that a C4ni- miaaloner bad arrived in ibis country from' thj British Government to treat th regard-td the seisure of Mason and Slidell. , ,. From the Norfolk Day Book,,or. to-day we learn that in the rebel Congress on the 16th Henry C. Burnett and Judge Monroe were sworn in as members from Kentucky, whiob state iias-ioatrsedmiHestotneconrra- eraoy. , ....... j .XH ka- tr.Jtn .ntui. Hon. Wm. Poroher Miles of. S. C , Is exceed ingly hi-;,or ii h tu O - Nxw Yoax.Deo. i8. The poltoelast evening suooecded In arreetlngftba Alleged partleeon whom suaploion rested aa being Implicated ilri the death of Bernard Levy, tbe Canal atroet broker. Their names aro Lewia Brldssborongb AnAUeo. weiier. Colonel Mulligan in New York—The Trent Affair. " Nxw Yow, Deb. 18. Cot Mulligan. bad-A public reception ArttBtHfy HalJ to day ,t -.iTha RnlnS (ViSt faarnil from aommerMai letters of the highest ob&raoter Iroro-LoBdorr, that the British Ueveromenl propoaea to- Seek explanation of the Trent affair, and perhaps arcrtrigy will baraeaforr-10 mermoaTl made" or a demand lor too surreragcoi ipar,$ftc, com nlaalntiara . . .1 . , The English writers bops the subjeot will be kindly treated py ni witn patience ana witn a spirit. . THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Ssmats ASeveral WIls were presented. ; Mr. Doollttle iowodueed a bill for tbe eollee tlon of dlreot taxes In insurrectionary districts It provides for taking tbe land IB enob districts to psy district taxes. '. -'-' ( Tbe resolution to expel Senator Polk wu re- feVrad to the Jndiolary oammlttea .ii. -i i i The Kansas oontaansd seaMrae taken no. r The report of tbe Judiciary committee is till Mr. Stanton is entitled to the seat, d I t' S ;, After some dlsousal6n,tho subject yru re 00m mlttad to tbe committee on and Jodlolary . Tha resolution offered by Mr. Semner, that thr army shall not banMO to sorrender fugi tive slaves: was teke up c if i ; x Tbe resolution was agreed to. Adjourned."-1''1" - ( Hoosa -Mr; BvvieTJrom'ln'e'oommlUeA on : Elections, reported- tbaV Cbarlee Henry Foster Is not entitled to a-aeat In able Congress, either from the first or seoond Copgtasslooal Distriot of North Carolina- - '' '" Mr. Dawes said the oommittee-bad pursued tbe rnvettlgatloa eo fares to be entirely satisfied that tbs claim Is founded in Imposition, and so well satisfied of this fact waa-Mr. foster him ; self, that. ha bad volnntarilv abandoned the elalm..''-':i -'-t--' - 'i--r l-i Tbe resolution was adopted :' . -The Honsa then reeumad tha consideration of tne bill to secure komeeteada to aotual settlers. I beads of families, or those who baae attained the age of eighteen years And srr citltsns of; tbe United 8tatce or filed an Intention to be-1 oome such. ....n,. . Tbe provisions of the bll) are extended to all, who have performed aervloe in soppteslog tbe: rebellion) In Hon of bounty land. The Tbree Months' Volunteers are to recelvti'tbirty dollata in addition to the Tight 'o the homestead, and all who have served six moolhs, ooebandred dollars. 1 1 1 i 1. t "J 1 A lengthy debate ensued on tbe bill, also on the several amendmente proposed.- ine lurtntr consideration 01 the bill was poet-, poned till the flrjt Monday In February, by 188 against 60 Tbe bill appropriating one million dollars forgnnboeta on tbe Western waters was passed. - Tne - Hosss went Into oommiliee ' oi the Whole. ... Tha bill for the payment of invalid end other pensions were taken up. Mr. Steele of New York effured a resolution, whioh was adopted, that the -select committee on alleged oontraet abuses be requested to in quire aa to tbe policy of abolisbing autlerahips, or regulating tbeeyetem toaeoordaooe with tbe requirements and protection of tbe soldiers. Mr. Colfax called attention to a communica tion, from the Poetoffioe Department, stating that It had been ascertained that members of Congress frequently give envelopes to cover matter unknown to them; that tracked letter envelopes, without address, are being circulated among the camps and sold by suttlers at from one to two oente apiece; that franked envelopes are sent to merchants in vsrlous parts of tbe country and cover their own correspondence In return; and thai franks of members of Congress are forged. - ? ... Mr. Colfax hoped that the simple statement 01 laots would correct toe abuses without fur ther legislation, ri.. I'-v I ii l. Aojournea. -. urc-Mi vi. 5. ' From Missouri. jsrvxasoN Who left Henry oounty on Sunday, say Clinton, the coanty seat of that county .'waa In the possession of from six to eight thousand rebala, most of whom were from rrice's camp at Osceola, and the balance- recruits from tbe northwestern counties. Tbey were persecuting Union men and plundering private property. . , . . . 1 neee loiormanta also say that laat Sunday evening tney met tne aavanoe guard or Uen Pope'e division three miles from Clinton . . They think the rebels were entirely ignorant of the approaoh of our troops, and express the belief that they have been surprised and cut Off. -- " -Osceolrlraboaf tWenfy'-flre miles Southof Clinton, and if rpof lnformanta' statement be correct, a very rapid advance of Generals Pope and Steele's divisions has doubtless been made noon Price's headquarters.- - - 1 Advices from Lexington are to the effect that Sines Gen. Prentiss threw a few shells into that town the tebele have been very severe toward Union men, searching and plundering . their houses and threatening to burn them. . Ja 1 Gorrarpoadonoo of the St. koala Democrat. - ;u I Roll, Mo , Deo. 18. A Union refugee from Arkansas says Gov. Rector has Issued a pro proclamation requiring all persons between tbe age of 16 and 45 years to join the army. " -I The persecution of Union men was relentless, and tbey were being arrested and imprisoned. ' Ben. MoColiooh had been summoned to Rich mond to anawer chargca preferred against him for needlessly burning property,, of Southern meo, and for refusing to reinforce Price when tbe li alter waa oursned bv tha Federal tronna. ' MoCulloch's forces were in Winter quarters la T . . 1 . I xuvuu vuuuij, araauBas. .w. ., .,.,., i Six regiments of Indiana ware In hie com rAOd.l -i :-. 1 -ai-.qi ;d 4. n oii Ul T Alt Union men from Rolls were being arrest ed on their arrival at Springfield at lbs instanoe of Col. J. H. Price, lately releiaed from arrest at St. Loula.f a i '- r. The Fight at Mumfordsville, Ky. J ' 1 LoouviLLB.'Deo. 18. The recent Mumforda. wills) engagement, considering the disproportion of numbers, proves uAmost-niilUant-Federal victory yet achieved, tonr companies, abont tbrse hundred and fifty men, of Willich's regi ment, led by Lieut Col. Voa Weber, drove back over tbree tnossand rebalcavalrv. artillerv And Infantry. Tbey were, first attacked by a regiment oi Texaa cavalry, whom tbey repnleed and fallowed, when they were drawn Into am buscade and fired at frotn.aJi aides by the rebel Infantry. . '. The Federals returned tha fire Vigorously, And stood their ground until tbe rebels lell back, leaving all their dead and most af thslr wound ed on the field. ,'- '-" "J No relnloreemsnts reaohed' Von 'Weber's command, aa reported yesterday,1 until alter tbe engagement was over.'. auir" ' - Stone's Loaisville Battery supported the Fed erate front tbe north side of Green river, firing at awry twig raugo irom rinea oannon. tour other oomaaniea were on the couth aide of the river, but engaged as plokets a mile and a quar ter aietans irom tne action. Among the Federals killed Were Llentehant Saoaa,! Cinoinuatl, who killed eight men with two revolvers, but wss finally killed himself: receiving nine ouuets irom tha rebelst also, Hoary laser, Rlohard Wabsy, Fred. Shoemaker, John Bbamb rose. Pater Smitb, all of Cincinnati. Bmith's remains go lo Clnalnnafl 'to-morrow. Of the Texan Rangers sixty-two ware kilued. beeidos ColTjrry,vweuQded unknown,1 tappos. ed largeb -i ki. Vr-.'i,M ''V .vio ... .- iiwi-nonii imiusb uurieu tuutr jueaa. t n:,s: Fourteen rebels, borsea wra fonod,.ilaad oa tbe field, and three rebels take prison 6111. Parti ae yoet arriTtd . from the scene of the fight, report that yesterday and to-dy .aixty ntno,dead and wounded rebels were fooqd m the kn.haa.. .i4ii:i lu rii.i- tTe redsrai joes is ten jailed oa the spoW seven toorully, thirteen otherwise wounded, Of thOea wonnded. four have alnoa diaii.v..--i -n - Ttje rebels lost Qoionel, Captain and lien Ts Federal fcrcee on tba south side of the Grasp Kiver r considerably augmented, , bat tbe rtpwtof a general oroasing.nl the Federals southward yesterday Is denied, end. would pro bably not take plaoe tm -Greet, River bridge, on waioa aiarge lorea istngagea, was recou- Cisiivawa, .,: ..l v ..-: 'C't i.'iiiii Tba rebsls tent a nag of truoa tc-day asking permlaaloa to inter' ibetr alleged nobnrled dead4 ', i-tifS t,'i&jj J - Top Somerset postmaster'a, way bill ef.lh 7th, says Zalllooffer. with 7j000 man. bad taaa ed cumoeriand bJverT and waa entrenching a -, i uV i ainy-urai unio ana eeoona CBS! A en aoesea Regiments had arrived there, making forea khaata oemal tn Knttlnnrrar: a C rirltl' k ' I T K ' j . The Feeling in Canada. t-fc '.7 . . Z . ... ' - anaoa w esvw sites tnat tba people in tnat re-, glOA are highly excited about the Jlodjguity to. bhevBrltlsh J fllg, . Military -OXganisatiuaa-are rapldli forming to resent it.. 'f ? . Adr" Thai tone ot the private letters by theXuropt "a'h'I JifrA IndlcaU flratnasaa, taw pat crths English publla to insieHon the surrender of Ma son and Sltdoll, not express hope and belief that ah. nnvflramant will a-lva tham nn Immasllata. I ly. Other letters say England will go to war ' without waiting for negotiations. TO.. BaLTinoit, Dec lbV-We have tha Nor fork Day Bookof Toeadar. whioh. oonUlna extracts from the Charleaton Cooricv and Alarmm Mla a'. A AL. Al I a. 1 e a . . ... . utw v ww rw, um mere is utua additional to wnat naa already been telegraphed. The Courier saia tha mnaa vr.iir.in. inci dents ef the fire waa tbe leal manlfcattiK tha aiavaa in msir snorts aa Bremen and laborers. Tbe entire population, male and female, work- ea moes earoesuy. - - - - Release of Prisoners. Bostow, Dec: 17. The bark Island dlt nail. ad to-day far Fortress Monree. with two handrail and fiity Hat teres prisoners, released by tbe Government., Hasjusbobo. Dae. 17Tha subteot of the da. looses or rbliadeloula la belnr urged noon tha National Government bv Gov. Cnrtln. Ha la also aotlvelf engaged in ere Darin a- usaa for the owwa awense. . ; .- n . . . - . " w ... ,'H - V ''- lt VlW Yoaf. Daa. 1RTha aannrt ikaa Aflnil. ief Adams stated bis reoall waa Inevitable, la not believed bare. 1 ,n ' - " COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, Dec. 18. and alOin.it x.j.1 .k dllng npland la quoted at 3;S0o; sales 1400 balee. PLOC a Opened Arml balallirmiiK ik. i.. S3 645 8i for oommon ennerftiie waitara; to medina axtra waaUrn: .7 aK, ?.'?' ' ronnd hoop Ohio and l-t 003 6 75 for trade brands do. Canadian r U..' '? f5 55 for ,0Prtnei as tWBl til a -aa w vuvhw wjtaJBfc . r bbf.!LS4VttW W,U "W.ef . 300 WHigitr-vvTThin?!i bbls. at 80VMla. " ,wv .ul".n AT-Pnl vary irm; bnt after tha reoelot of toM JTai'ia sna 12"-' ?"SS " le V?.Mi5? 2?'halsChlcaoeprlBg at tlS&at 1 Stt; U.UO0 do aaber Iowa at Al Stai XSi 47W Vaad lata at S 1 3oai 4Ui 4000 H rZ, ZJ.Z7l',.-?i.tVl BYBWIthoOt Imnortant ehanvai .f4 .r onn i t. BAULHY Quiet at TOafiOo OUKN Onnftd b.Mr. .lu i?wn. ' , . .unn hj,.u.,iu." "A-" aaiaaoi .... . .... iUr iwi to cnolra waal.ra mmri anoat and In ttorai 07a rar Una,i.. ..n uaia-ueary and tower; sales atAftSdfe Cor Jersey, Canadian, weetern and stoto. . '"'li POHR Quiet and price without an material ehtnm mlee of 475 bble at S U 853118 7sX"mVTai o hM?i. lilT wUh "'ate demand; ealas of 1200 bbls at A4&4 50 for oountry prune; B5S W for ni,.7.me"1 'opackid maae" 1. 76 u.iiurauniiai, rruno nveaa bear aulat. BEKF HAMS-Mora eotl.a TtrmthTr orlcee CCt lUSArd-Io modorata request: sales at 3!fffl5e for ebonldert, and 4XSe for haats X bi.ld7"o"'e,i "" -11 rib CUiUBKD H098-A shade firmer) sales at 3V(B 4X for western; 44 for 011, '- ' mXZZrZZZZ'J salss r BUIIBBr-fiallatliaiSoforOhlo and Mo for OHKBSB Qoltt at SdbSn. BOOAkV-Baw In fair demand and firm; sales of 419 JSVittZm&ZS hw-- -slags oiiunjo vaiiana uregauvr. - """'" " nay ana oioaea rally Sa lower: Sales ot 13 W0 bble at ti K&i is tot Mao a? as 40 m 1a inr extra auta: mi euraii as f Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Dec. 17. demanil tar mnawina i. flour ts good at 4 10, bnt holders ask from S10c ". '.. ,, '. naeappiyoi snporflne le light. Bxtra to family can be eaiily aold at t4 10(34 25. The Slfnal "P;bon; f'100 t 4 05 for anperflno; I 104 1 20 for eatra; and 4 2034 40 for famllr. ..7.,ile2?JtM ,le, eboal 1,300 bbla, at 13W loo- loauemanu la acUre and prka, bare an upward tandenoy. COVfJBB Tha eemand u ietrra iv. at fall prioes. Then is bat littlo offertnc that nan be uuiamca neiow ioe. rilme is bald at 20o. The whole f J5ti" .,r'?D1?i?80e- Th M" V ware about aww uasgwBw aUvUSVUa : MOIiABBltB-IehaUitfSo, A sale of 100 bbls, de tec tire oooperaoe. at 41a eaah. 1 BUOAB-?Iochango. atUXofer Cuba and XaH0Xe for Hew Orleani the market la firm. , WHEAT' Tha aalea to-rlir aiw W.-1..1.' . i. radatBoo; 300 do good do at Mo; 500 do good rod and wniwav oc; ana auuao prima red at 87o. The market la firm at 65ir2o for white and 83A80a for red. iuT " 3' wllh V"6 deman at 8le. uva 1. '" warn at Kio, la gaoDlea, i. ..SrVTu1 " no ane la oorn: a sale was made 1.,Ja. -5 1 I In balk, which-Is tha ,u k"" " bj uiiiuiers; 11 11 bold at 29c. . . 1 nABLEYUaehaii.ail. 1 '-.a. i i 8 T0B4COO la rood mmuli .1. .j i ... Wranat RnHm.'.Hr . . ITT iT. , .,1,7 - J"' e 10110W1 nnde: V 10 sadtSbom, ranging from S to 113 Be- delpts mi ..SiHjuirtr. Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Dec. 17. and nnchanaad. Ba aua.a. (ported. " I A WHB AT-8 oars rod on track aold at On We: I r do at 20o; and 1 oar poor wblta at (1. vaio isar on traoasold at 270.- " 5Sa,IrfJlfa'Jw -m91 Mbblsat 15)fo. UBSa POHK DolL and nal.l a. win uvbh nn wlthoat sales.--t - V - X . VST "' LARD-8teadjrat77Ko. . '.. , ,' uorraa 0 iis rood w. . lm u ..a -i hi. Itrtctly prime at 15ov J ' - - OHaadB-Moderate ealw at 5,Vo. " , ',' BOOS A bbla aold at Uua. - a'b.'i' HOQS-Dreeaed, sales of 33 had averaglD I 00 Its 'at flSSporowt. .r. 1 - 7 ; ; , . .. leader. Hog Markets. COLUMBUS, Dec. 18th. market for hogs Is not very brisk, oa 'account of the warn weather, paokera being A little aoary ; Bltchclt A Bcrloagsr, Iraslerfor Coma took, Hlllar A Bmlth, an! Zettlar are paying 19 1 40 for Ure hogs aad 13 00 sat. It u estimated that there are more koga and la better condition la Iraiikna county than In any prarlous year CINCINNATI. Bogs have oome m slowbr.'eODSiderlnf tha arw him able weather wo hare had. tha strong aaoendlog ooune of tha o arkat, whioh waa oheckad- by tbe tololllgenoa comBnropo,basglran plaoe to a Barreleauiaaa. and materially lnoreaet tba efforts of drorara to aall. fha oenaiiton or inings politically piaees tho doubts strongly flawi vii.iwu, nn icavv. iacara in a quanoary un liae aay they ban ever before experteased-. Coneoo.ttent ly the btulneee la peonliarlv ipacuiaUra. aad tboae wba go Into It take the cb.ncea for tho future, the lame of wntcn aenes an reaaonabie caicaiatlons. To day prtoaa wera mil lower was yeenruay, ana aa ao la rer.rdea ae an outaide price for the most desirable boga; $3 25 wu pais lor aTeragee oi axufta ana Uiasgara may be re garded as showing the position of the market. The carta In wbat to do Thev are aoDrehenalTa that Im- nad'senareewaaul atenoe be each aa to eanea a blook. adenpoa ahlpmaau rroaa this conn try, and that tbalr waronaaeawoaaiseanas up nere. mis Seems Kareoly aaaaoDaoia, ior were do prooaotnty tnat toe alaeoa and Blldell affair will bo haatily disposed of, for MTaral peaaane of dispatohea between the roTornmenta will ba made before Enq., 17th. DETROIT. r The weather during the put weak hu been axeeedlaglT narunuiB lur Hiaraviin areeeea noga- enu II la. pro table that the market aaa descended to the lowest prke oa record. At one time daring tbe week sales could not be made at over a ou, and for light -wsigbta ft (0 bas teentnld. At tbe elose tbe market had aomawbat lav proved, paokera paying $3 5aVi SO for average weights. oa niuMwn iwia. m, we ii niga as ae vw pant Baturdas for very hean lota. - - ' - - ' . Free Press. 14th. CHICAGO. bogs there (a more firmness, and prioes hare advanced 5ctlOo elooe B.rantay. with sales, taking U tha anUreraaf, at a A50AS 70 S ewt gross., The reoalpta ainoe Saturday were S.44S head, and with active competition among buy ere the yards were all cleaned out before aha ersee af tbe day, the bulk of tales being made to paokers at tbe range of $9 40S S3, tbs market eloelog Arm at A2.a0a MlerHght ana heavy. CHICAGO. Times, 17th. INDIANAPOLIS. A aob the reasptlon bf the last steajaar'e aaaa lha Srarkel le dull. Buyers and sellers are apart la their Ml.wa I -WaaBeta avlaa VMtftnta nf 401) ...r. am otoi alt3erbandae4at;.ao0, BTerage S10, at A3 OS per hundred net., At aba alawghterhonee tr I.: McTagnart wo bead hove already been alanghtered. leaving lorn 1 ,5oo la the pens.- Oomapoading work has been don State Sentinel, 17th. State Sentinel, 17th. ST. LOUIS. 1 The Aoa maaketlevftwH new the absarulnp 1BBBT oTTS1 i win ia ooBimroit tieii. Tit weea eiwaw wtis light reoeipta, but uaedua full pea at-tbe packing boutea, and packers working fall buli.,1 S ' i. Ha.. from a' dLtmnna hvtnA 1. mm. of- awatn, wbleb ueually seeks this market, were reoeired aad Baere asepa Bio way. The veeeiptafrom the Dew ktolnes vl- nry.wwa, waica uiuaiiy etna ai wn, quite no erai, ant bogs mora than of aeaataverage weight, t'bat region, famous tor growing floe boge, baa oaulose IkHlf this eaasno, and elands without a rival la heavy pork thua far, so we are told. Prion were soareely so Arm yoeterday and to-day as all the opening ef tbe market, the range being from Al to A3 85 per ewt Bet, ia gold Treasury aotes, aud A3 15 to 3 45 In Btiaaoarl currency, Democrat, 16th. MADISON, IND. The weatbet has kaess for tho past raw lav's, very far SMU for sls taring. Up te raMSSOObM barn elaaghtorad at tha BUmawth OaWpark honaVaaJ 1,300 were killed at tne samo booso toeMrdar. iLwii abont I -tOO In tha aaaa. n a,,. a,'n. 'Z',,' ."f Craak. bare alaa.htere1 7.S0S haaA ap to tho AraaaaiL with M0 la than.. Prtcoa rang. t,Sm II SS to Here raoelrad for Madlaoa Si iBdlanaaaus juilrea JTr. Ilfif AUyK raS l?0"'1 B" Oa., 11 P40 Courier, 14th. LOUISVILLE, 16th. With Weathar ui tu ... . . . .. eln.hi.rin.,..7.-J.r!. .. ." TV "ool. ao S.S, with B.SOO la nan. U, . i . i, r.uL . .T . "7 "k 'i wawaa ua wm. mutl imav iniat awSPalatinaoi atu Sva 1 wi . rr P" lS.h. " Ui awwalpts I. Wa BoUoe a sale of en. lot o Si bead, flnoheavr ' " . another of 000 bead la iZTjLlZZ A m wuan wiu net ml ai a.n.. 1. .1.. "abaaTyhog. la previetona thare U bat little Shi a-m'-i on ' "port of 1.000irltal If . or i fl 4 ' 1 JUST RECEIVED BY WTX A. GILL, No. 30 tTortli High Ctreeti Oss ot the Largest and Bast (elected Aaaa! Ot HCeQ, J? CiXrVeOulTO VIA OniBBD IN THIS OITO House Bniidcrs' FBroisbiass 9 OH BVBET AtXlB ABB tJOAlITT".M . ,- . . ..- Fresich An or lean t window Gtleilsfs f AINTB GROTJIVD IN Org,, and pat ap la ban pound cans for family ma, and Dtp - " faints In balk. ( brushes of every variety & quality. A Splendid Assortment of . MACHINISTS TOOLS. CAKRIAGE MATER1AD8. ; " AXES GRINDSTONES, eVo. , ' GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao : '' . FISHING TACKLE. , - ROPE cordage; LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.1 BELTOTG. : WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, . . ' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHE8, to., .;,'.' SCALES, BELL8, CHAINS Table and Pocket Cutlery. I sspaolalljr Invite tbe attention of all InUraitxd 1.., ptook of Poskot aad Table Ontlery, and BILVCB PI. At ED IOBKM, Table, Desert and Tea. Spoons, Butter Knives, &c, M HOOBBBa A BBO. Uennfactura. warraotad tofca txtrahaavy, llatitro-Plated, on leontna Albatu ' ' ; Ooaatry Marohanta,Machanloa, and olbara; an hrritad looaii ana axamtna my Stock, as I am prepared to esll Wholesale and Retail. . UiTI. AV. 411 Li Oornmboa, Ohio, Bay S, 1660. 5 Uji -COLUMBUS - OPTICAL INSTITUTE, -Q f. Boat Arttflctat Help I the 1 a,aa ewer Barest Ma. -f JOSEPH 8. PE11IET; ; PRACTICAL ft 'SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, . KEE?iTHB tAHOEBT A980BT. i Wit Of th mOat lmi.l-4.Mrl krlrvila Buu.a.1u r All his Slaaaea, whether for near or fer-.lirhwdTa7. ' grcmad la eonearo convex form with the araauat a.r. Saa to salt the Xrea of all easee, caring Weakness ntness or Inflammation of tha .,3 i. strength for long reading oV Boo sewing. "?. Bm street, at aeltaer fe Web iter' t Static Store. J. H. V. ICCERHERa Corner of Broad & Front lBtteet3,i ; I - - f r Walibs nr. 'ioU ' GROCERIES, -. PRODUCE : AND j PROVISIONS, ; " i FOREIGN ' i DOMESTIC IRuits; ?i i notJK, - 8 ait, r ukvoisr-mbs" ' I tr ' -".. ' - ' ' priTBBB BY THB OAK IN THBIB BBiSOK?"" ' ' octss-diy ... ,i "a .-. . Vs.... AUCTION , AND COMMISSION WL at ' .i- rpHB 8CBBCRIBER HAT lit O TAKEN X 1 a lease oo tbe Btor Boest - - aUf OpMed UsUUa K .UK. i Auction & Cooiniosioii Kooiai . i. , -i ,.: i-j-is He Is now prepared to reeetrs on O ommieilfni' every ' wipiWB prowarty, oaaw aw- wry veoaa, tjreearies, LUiaore, Baniniret Carriages, Boraaa, eto. - lie aleo tnteada to devote his attenUon to mles of Seal Iitate and Eeraonal Pioperty, at any point, wlthl twenty Bailee ' of tbeeity. . ., . ..-', Auction Salesx Every Evening. Oenslgumeatsrespeetfally solicited. '- ,B, ' w. a. B.BNT, Auctioneer.-"4 ' - i-i ' i i ' Jvl ewtlS The Court of Corhmon PlewFrani Vx . V'V-. v.:-- I Boo. 3, page 911, Mo. BtaViaAi .1 Bamnsl 0. Btory tt al.) rfVuM ; , s jap .t IN PURSUAISCB Of AH OBBERbr ' ' tbe said Court lo ate dl rested, I will efftr tor Bate at e.i public anetioa at the door of tbe Ooort Hoaso, la the , oltootO.ln.ba... .. . .. ( -4 w , Satn-Jay, lire filet day of Dccembertl86i:Vv-..l. twtween the boars of 18 o'clock if. end . 'cloak . k.i-,u ttta fbllowlng deecrtbed real eetate, situate la the couu-. IT. tv ofrrankllo aed State of Ohio; v "" The kndlvMed two-nlntba (if B) of a certain beet at li V? parcel of land, allotted In the counter) ef Amkba) aad: l a i ef Ohio, lying en Darby Big Bun, a branch of Darby Creek, a put of tne original serve. No. 3,81,u ' and bonnded and deeeribed aa foi lawsi - . ... . tvi, BeglaniLg at a large stone in the Ban, lower eareer r,:.-! to Joal.b Blvena' lot la ike south of said original . surrey No. 3,811; theneb with eaid Una eontb eighty nine (80) degreea seat aae hnadrod forty (140) pntw':vrt at tbe aonthcatt oorner, corner tisadowni theaoe 'wlrb'." l, the rant line north one '1) Aegree east etatythree anA one half (ti3J4l poke le a bar oak ond 111 tee red elf-'"t north et.hly-nloa (69) detreas wcet ene hundred and fifty (150) polos to a point la the aontreof the run, wim . j lie meeBdeis, to ibe place of btglnning, eonlalniog aixti (OS) acres mere or tees Appraised at Alt CO per sere. . j a. .. e' W WlfalAN, Iberia, rlnter's fitss H CO. , aavUMd.. . ' . - " ii orii