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Showing lb arrival and departure of trains at Oolara a Oa aad after June U.ilMS, trains will leave la fol Littu Mum O.toMiin A Xnu B. ft. . ' ' ', . Lsevts. . ArriTte umcinnaa accommodation. 9:80 A. M. B:S5 P. M Payfixprett 11. SO A. U. 11:00 A. M 4il0P,M. 3H0P.M Might Baprete, via Dayton, 100 midnight. 8:30 A. U J no. W. Donxxn, Agent Ooiombui Olbvbuxd ft. B. KI)tM Iipm 4:00 A.M. lldOP.af New YorkBxpreca 11 10 A. U. 11:00 A. at 0,0 AO. Way Express.... S:0 P. al 1014 P. al Jm PtTTaaeoa, Agent ' OuiKuOaioft. ft. Ho. I Express. 3 50 A. M. IMS P. M no. 4 Bxpresctoliewark.ll:IO A. at. 11:10 A. H no. a JiXprest.. ......... 3; p. M. , w' rui Agent 'rrriecewn, Uouaeot Owouiaavi ft. ft. Mall Train : 1:50 A.M. 1I:4S P. H aaprseeiratn 11:10 A.M. U1IOA.M Jot. Bosmtoa, Agent. Ooicmoi it IiroiAjioroi.ii, ft. ft. - (Oolcmbos Pioa A Imiuk ft. B.) Mo. 1 Express 6:30 A. M. 10)40 A. M. No. If " :00 P. U. 4:30 P. at. Jmo. W. Hill. Agant SOCIAL ftOTiCKS Volunteer. AUootlont-For thaae. raoiemtnti of tha system incidental to ths ohangt of ditt, Wounds, Eruption, and exposures, wb ob svsry Tolnntear la llabla to, there ara no remadtaa to aafa, sonveolent. and reliable at HOLLOW AV PILL! AND OINTMENT, ttoeatiporbox. Aug B4-dwlw. 90 MANHOOD. BOW 10CT, BOW BJMTOBKD. J nit Published In a Sealed Envelope) Prios t cta.i A LBOTURN ON I'M NATUKB, TBIATMINT AND BAD10AL CUBB Of BPBBUATOBUHBA Or Seminal Weakntea, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and unpeauucnio w marriage generality, nervousness, von1 sumption, Epilepsy and file, Mental and Phyeloal In eapaoity, raiulting Iroro Belf-abuto, Ao. By Bobort J. Oulverwell, at. D., author of tha Green Book,. A itoon to Thousand of suffererB, Bent under ami. In a plain envelope, to an addreaa poit oaid, on reoeipt of six cents, or two pottage stampe, by Ur 011A8. l.il. 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BATOHB LOlt, on (Aeour tidtt of tack boa. f actory- No. Bl Uarclay Street, (Late S33 BroadTray and 16 Bond Street,) mayS-dawiy NEW YOBB., TO MAHRTED MEN, Or litoae Contompiatlnp; itiarrlacc TES nnderilgned wlllgl?elnfornutlon on reryeVi trying and important aobjeot, which will be rain ed more than a thou sand timet I ti eott by every married eouele of any aga or eonjltlon In lire. The lnforoutlon will be tent by mall to any addreu on tha receipt of S3 Mntt (ifiver and one red atamp. All letter! tumid be addreated to H. B. ttOKUIB, D. oet31-lyliawdatw Boaton.Uaai Bemoved from lull old Office. Dr. A. B. WILLIAMS, W. Broadway, near High at., Ooluaibua. 0., hat devoted hlmtelf fork aerlea of yean to the treatment of certain private dlaeaaef . Be may be eoDjolted at hit office on Broadway, near tbtlzohange Bank. janltldtf J. G". Buil. li. V, Neiawender. BULL & NEISWENDER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C -OFUCS In Johnson Biiildino', , Bo. 107 South High Street, OolurcLTavuBi, Olalo. WILL. PBO.HP1XT ATTEND TO all bualneu estruatad to their oare. Bald B. t. Nelrwender la alto prepared to obtain Penttoni, (100 Bounty, and Pay of Arrearagea due from the Government to the 8oldlen; or, If drtd, then to their wMovm, children, father, mother, or beira at law maylO'Da-dly , . nttn. J. fat. j. n. vama. JOB! P. FAY. KEEREA1R & WHEELER, ATTOKNGIS I OH CEAIOIANTS. . Office, No. UT, Carpentct'i Bnlldlnv, Hllt Street, Columbue. Oltlo. ABB NOW PREPARED TO PROBEOUIE ALL Clalmi for feniloDi, Bounty Land,Lot Uortet, and other property. Bounty Moueyr and all arretrt of pay lor Wldowa or Heirs of deoaaaad Boldlart, Back pay due resigned Offlosrt and dleoharged Boldlen INVALID PENSIONS. 411 Odoera and Soldiers of the war with Great Britain, the lodiu waiaor the war with Mtzloo. who weia wouad ad. difaased or otherwlte disabled while in th aervlca ef tha United states, AKE ENTITLED TO PENSIONS. for Soldiers who have become disabled while either In the thiee mcntha'. or three jeait' Krviot in thit present war. Bounty money for such aa have been dltehargad for wouuda or diiease contrtcted wh.le In the eervioe. Ootltct all military claims against the United Dtates, or any ul the Western Btatee. We make no charge until the elalo Is oollected. Apply or address PAY It NKBJUSAMIB, - Mu. il7UaipesUt'aBuilding,UlMhBtreat,0olamt)US. juty I. F. BINOHAN. ' i. a. n'eumr. E1HGDAM & M'GTJFFEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ; : COL'JMBUS," OHIO ' OrrlOE-In Beadley, Iberly It Blehardt' Building MO South High Btreet. lap!7-dly. DR. ADOLPUS'S Seleet School for Young Gentl'men AT 1LOUAL HOUSE, TWO RIII.ES North of College Bill. The course of Study em braoee tha Ancient and Modern Languagea, together with ataUiematica, Natural Philosophy, Natural History and.Ohtmhtry. the etudv of tha French and German lanneiee eon- ttltutea a prominent feature of the Hohool. Asttstedby teachera of eminence in science, ino principal feeil J Of ttlied in promltlog hit pupUa all the benehta of a Euro- BMB MlllQAtlail. The school tt agreeably aituatrd on an extensive farm; the heute la aoommodleua building, measuring 175 (eet lnfront. Toe School oon linnet In teaston daring the hot seaton, aa tha lafreahlng rural aoenery In which It la located holda out great advanages. Xorme, including tultlor, board, washing, fuel, light, ate., I JiO per annum, payable quarterly in advance. '''' airaxtxcrs: Hon. Belamy Btorer, Prof. Oeo 1. Day, Ltnt Semina ry, P. Oary, Btq., Wm. P. Hulbert, Esq., Robert MltchelL Eti., aiuton Sayler, Eiq. , mob. George Hod iey.Kev. It. Allyn, Prealdeot Weeleyan female Collfre, li-.vld Gibson, Biq., H. KcaiUarritq., W. . Wright, kiq- Hon. J. B. btallo, 0. 1. Adae, Xtq.. B. Homana, Jr.,WablngtoUcLean,Xsq., . P. gtarr, Xiq.,eio. julyVOtf. Qhooting Gallery, fTVDS undenlrned bega leaTt te Inform hit frends X that he hat fitted up a - ' ;-;, 8iiooxii!a oaiieby. .x : . a m 4 VERANDAH, ON STATE STREET. 1 ttood aunt, All Chtnj, Plrtolf and Befreahmeeto. " nerU-41 OOSBAB MO BAB SI. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 88, 1862, TELEGRAPHIC. Reported for the Ohio Statesman. THE LATEST NEWS. Jackson Attempts to Cross the —He is Surrounded. Nitr York, Auatwt S7-Tha Frederioksburn eorrespouaenae 01 tne irioaae aatea Buodav. lajat Moaketr flrlna wag beard this moriiloe. A oooirADana woo cam la vetterdej reports mat onr uoops were iioKtng tne rebels, sea trial wt nave oaptnrea toirteeo gaos. . A LUateasnt of oaralrr came la last even log aud corroborated tbe contraband's story, bat says tbe number ot gaos captured was six teen, and tbat wbeu Stonewall Jtoltaon'a lorct resobed tba Jlappabannock at Bdnnett's Ford. some eighteen or twenty miles from bsre, a part ot JHcUttweire toroes were on tbesoutb back of tbe t lvtr . He says thev secured them selves under cover of tha woods, and that Jack- 60a s forces passed them and attemoted to ford tbe river. While in tha attempt Gen. Ronsr's troops opened a destructive Are, and at the tame lima Uen. mcuawell's men threw themselves on their rear, thus brloKloff them between two Bros. This offloer savs this oortlon of Jaokan'a fotoe, be can not eav how many, were utterly annihilated, and that tba river was red wiib rebel blood. These reports I give vou for what thr sre worth. Tba story Is believed here, and aleo that fighting is going on and tbat the above win turn out 10 be Hue. Our n aketa Ir imnt of the town have been doubled during the past two uaje, ana every precaution to ward ell a surprise has been taken by Oen. Barnside. Rebels Ordered to Spare McDowell's Property. New Yose, Ana. 27. Tbe Tribune's pondenoe giras the following extraordinary stnta menl in relation to the tenderness ot tbe rebels towards uenerai mcuowelli rvi. - -. . l r o . , , .. a us enou ui istuart a oavatrvoDOn uat ntt'a station seems uieiy to prove aa rich a mine for correspondents at tbe one by the same daring offl oer to tbe rear of tbe Peninsular army, Among the trophies carried off were forty thousand dollars in oash, belonging to the Quartermas ter's department of General Pope's army, and bis own commission as Brigadier-General and Malor General. Tbe latter was. ho oaptured by one of our soldiers, who found it in the saddlebags of rebel trooper, which were left behind in the hurry of the departure. A Captain In tha Pnrnell legion, in Colonel Sim sodb's regiment, who was hid In a bouse by the railroad track, heard General Stuart give posi tive orders to spare General McDowell's staff and baggage train, 4ut se gs Uenerai Pope's and destroy what was not of public Importance. The otder was Implicitly obeyed; although tba wagons of Generals McDowell and King wera close at band thev were not dlatnrhml, hnt everything in General Pope's was turned out, his offlolal papers sorted out sod curled off, and his letters from bis wife and other private in dividvals strewn over the ground or torn into nits. From Washington. NlW YoiX. Acs. 27. The HeraM'j Wh. iogton dispatch says: Tba condition of affairs in Maryland is not satisfactory to loyal Union men. It Is well known that tbe rebels there are openly organised in every county in tbo State, and there is reason to believe thev are full. prepared with arms, and onlv wait an onnortu. nity to raise the blsok flag ot rebellion. Tha military authorities ara strongly urged to require tba disarming immediately of all wbo will not take tha oath of allegiance. Tbe Times dispatch savs tha Cabinet had a meeting to day. The general feeling over pub lic, affairs was decidedly more hopelul than for soma time past. Tbe President is understood to have- said that the orlais is past and the point of danger turned. ins recent Dolitical arrests are imulfld nn the ground that tbe course of tbe parties arrested was .uoh as to discourses enliBtmenta. Tha Guv. arnment does cot Intend, nor desire to be under stood as Intending, to Interpose any obstacle to the free criticism of public men and measures. Its policy In sopprsssiog the rebellion Is re garded a legitimate subjeot of popular discus sion 1 but tha rebellion itself must not be de fended nor Government measures opposed to the prejudice of tbe reoruiting service. W ASHINOTOH. An. 27. The follnwino- offininl dispatch has been received: Helena. AaaaMsaa. Ane. Si. m r..in in.. gg . n- .BI Ta Major Oea, Hulltek, General in-Chitf. Satisfactory news has been received from the navy and army expedition sent down tbe river near Wiillken'sBeod. Tbe rebel transport boat, Fair Plsy, was captured with a large cargo of arms and ammunition. Tbe rebel force was nnrsued bv the trnnrm to Monroe, where there Is a railroad and teleeranh depot; burned tha telegraph, cutting off tele grab io commnntoation and connection of vicktburch with Little Rock and Province. La. Thirty fire prisoners were taken and a large number of negroes, who were in the rebel force brought away eleven hogsheads of sugar. Three btggaga wagons and sis trunks were destroyed, our troops not having means of transportation. A portion of the force with rams entered the Ya2M river, where battery of fortv-two nonnd. ers and two field pieces were taken, the enemy fleeing without firing a gun. Toe heavy pieces were destroyed and the field pieoea brought away. 1 be expedition ascended above Sunflower and returned up the Mississippi, the troops scouring the shores and eoattered the guerrilla oamps with great success. This is tbe substance of Colonel Wood's repjrt. muon credit is due Acting Msg-tSoer Phelps, who commanded tbe naval loicta and Colon! Ellet, who commanded tbe ram fleet; and Col. Wood, of the 76th Ohio, wbocommanded a bri gade of lour divisions of this army. toe expedition was planned by Gun. Curtis and Com. Davis before leaving Helena, and it has returned to tbe latter place, after baricc ccorcpliehed tba work with great success. The Kentucky Guerrillas. LooiiTiLLE. Aus. 27 The Journal learns that fidy of Morgan's men went to Soottsvllle on Monday, made several arrests, and carried way large quantity of goods from several stores, leaving in tha afternoon, promising to return that night with bis whole force. 1 nere is great excitement at Glasgow. Morgan is reported still at Ilartsville with two thousand men. ' Madiionvilli. mii a Hindemon. Kr . A tic SB. Guerillas two miles distant, ambushed, urea on our oavairy, wbioh fell back, dismount ed, and drove tho gueirlllas back a mile, and waited lor intantry. After nrteen minutes fir ing, the rebels broke snd fled, beine attacked by two companies of Infantry. Five rebels are repotted killed, wounded unascertained, seven teen prisoners. Six Federals were, wounded. two mortally. - v Lt.-Col. Johnson, 65th Indiana, commanded tha Infantry, Cant. Putter tba cavalry, and Lt. Col. John W. Foster commanded the whole force. , Tbey were preparing for another attack. Danville, Kr., Aug SB Last night two hundred guerillas enoamped on Shelby's farm, six miles from here, near tba line between Boyle and Lincoln, and were eating and feed lng their horses, when the Harrodsburg and Danville Home Guards, sixtv-two strona. sur prised them, killing three and wounding eight, soma fatally, took thirty horses, and ara still pursuing them. The Federal lota was ona kill ad and two wounded. . . , LcritTULE, Aug. 87. Gen. Wright left for Frankfort to-night. , Nina recruits In this county, on their way to Join Morgas, were captured tbis morning. Great numbers are leaving Kentucky to Join tha Confederates since tba promulgation of the Intention to draft for tha Federal army, oo- ponuneiy to again swarm over it. - Dmoit, Aug. 97. The arrival of General Wilcox to-day was tha occasion of tba grandest demonstration ever r witnessed nere, and tbe oration accorded him wai a splanded tribute to much respected ettlssa and braa toidier. LATEST FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Persia. Sandvhooe, Aug. 97, 10 A. M. The Persia Is cow passing tbis point, wttn aavioes two days later. - Tbe news relating to Garibaldi is Tory vague and contradictory. No collision la yet re ported. The Liverpool Dreaaatum market bad a down ward tendency. Hour bas a downward ton' denoy, with a alight deollne, chiefly la Inferior qualities. Wheat is quiet, with a deollne of 1 3it. per cental. Uoru firm mixed at 39 j. 6d 29s. 9d. Beef dull. Pork heavy. Bacon aotive and advanced Is Is. 6J. Lsrd very Arm. Tallow downward 47s. 6 j. Sugar dull ana aeoitnea on. uonee and ttye steady. Asnes aotive. Consols 93l93) for money. London Mabkit. Breaddtuffs firm. Suirar uuu. leasieauy. otuoe steaay. American seouritles firmer. Illinois Central &U(($49) disoount. Piatt. Auffusl 16. P. M. Renteawclosed at 00rt690f. W It la denied that tbe Tascarora left Elneston under Government orders. It is rnmored tha'. she received telegram from Llveroiol tbat the steadier S90 was In the ohannel; benne her departure. She was expected back at Kings. sou. Tbe Morning Post regards drafting as an Is sue in which failure would be ruin certain and deQnite. Tow Dally News attaoks Russell's resnocse so oewara as inconsistent wun atgaity nod sell respect. It argues that after Roebuok'a insult to tbe Northerners before tbe crime mlaister at Bnemeid, the leas said about hostile demonstra tions tbe better. Tbe Army and Navy Gaxette regards tbe military prospeots of the South less hopeful, and ididxs tney should be making offensive demon strations before tbe new Northern levios are raised. Tbe New York correspondent of tha Timet charges tbe North with a loss of enthusiasm, and eayg if signal humiliation befall MoClelian and Pope, theandependenceof the South would beseoure. Naio'eon'd fete passed off without political ignificauce. Tbe EmDtror made no eneeeh. He reviewed the National Guard 00 tbe Hib. . 1 a . . . . 1 j , . tun urui, nine uiuue mo ooupe au eitit. The monthly returns of tbe bank of Franon show a decrease in cash of seven and a quarter minium irancs. Tbe Patrie thinks that after the French ocau py the oity of Mexico Spain may propone to again plaoe tbe Mexican question on the basis of tbe London convention. " Garibaldi had Quit Castro Grovannl atd ar. rived at Plait, with volunteers ; U Is asserted cut numbering more than three thousand. Royal troops continued to advance. Home politicians believed that notwithstand. lng appearances, there is at the bottom a com. piete acoord between Gsrubaldl and Victor Emanuel. Recasoli Is said to favor Gar&bsldi'a advance to Rome. Austria was taking strong precautious in Ve- netia. Tbe Prussian government was In difficulty who. its military ouaget. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. an rial coubatliog anl denying Mr. Seward's premises in bis last diBoatoh to Mr. Adams, and dissenting from his onoluslocs. It reiterates its arguments against any interference, and pro claims that England is no obstacle In the way of petae. The true obstacle, it says, Is to be found in those wbo stimulate the Dt'saions thev ought to allay, and urge on with all their might tbe oatastrophe which they clearly foresee and ara yet able to prevent, Pabis, Aug. 16 A French s'.cam frigate from the squadron on tbe Atlantio coast bas ar rived at Toulon. She reports that the officers of the equadron employed in watching Gira. baldi'g movement?, are actively at woik night and day, and tbat tbe decks of the vessels are cleared and held in readiness for action. War Meeting in New York. New York, Aug. 97 Tho war meeting at the Park was lmmeuse and very enthusiastic! there was quite a number of epeeobes from prominent oimena. Resolutions were adopted, pledging our faith, fortune9, lives and honor to tbe cruebing out of the rebellion, and calling on monled and other corporations to contribute largely to tbe recruiting funds: to oloie places 0' business as far as possible at 3 P. M. till tbe li.b: tbe rresident to authorise Corcoran to raise a legion of twenty thousand men. A letter was read from Secretary Seward, ex pressing tbe President's regret tbat he was una. Die to attend; also, a spirited letter from Gov ernor Morgan.. The great event of the afternoon was tbe ar rival of tbe G9.h regiment, with General Cor coran at its bead. Tbey were enthusiastically welcomed and took part in the proceedings. General Corcoran was one of tbe speakers. Fortkess Monroe, Aug. 28 An order has been issued that all buildings on Old Point Comfort be Immediately removed or torn down In the vioinity of the Fort. The Hon. Mr. Legor, one of the proprietors of the Hegia Ho tel, leaves for Washington to night, having had notioe of tho removal of tbe buildings, which is to take place in four days. Memphis, Aug. 25. The Grenada Appeal of the Slat esys; Tbe British steamer Racer touched at Charleston on the 20th, leaving dis patches lor tbe foreign consul, and tben sailed southward. A fierce quarrel Is progressing between Gen. Bragg and the Mobile and Vlcksburg papers. . A manufactory for Colt's revolvers has juet been started at Macon, Ga. Tho vicksburg Whig says the Federal gun boats have taken away six unmounted heavy guns from Magne's bluff, Yaioo river. Kumors from secession sources say the gun boats also captured a steamer laden with five thousand stand of arms, nearfalkin s bend. Tbe arms were destined for Hindman, Little Rook. San Francisco, August 26 The whole busi ness portion of the town of Jackson. Amador county, was burned on tbe 93d Inst. Two thou sand people were rendered homeless. Loss $400,000; very little Insured. Philadelphia, Aug. 27 Tbe Press, of this city, has a rumor that Gen. Slgt-1 shut Gen. McDowell through the bead on the battle field at Warrenton. Tbe news comes from Balti more. ,, -. Washington, Aug. 86. The following per sons are among the wounded during tbe recent skirmishes in Virginia, and are at tne hospitals: Wm. Work, 1st Onio Bittery ; Geo. McPberson, 3d Ohio Battery. New York, Aug. 27. A special to the Tri bune from Cairo, says: Oa Saturday last a train of oars on the Memphis and Charleston rail, road, when three miles beyond Courtland, was attacked by guerrillas numbering four hundred, who destroyed the train, which was in charge of a detachment of the 43d Illinois regiment. Tbe Federal loss was two wounded and two missing. W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION ROOMS No: 102 South High Street I AM NOW PKEPAIIED TO llecrlve on Oommltslou every description of property, such at Dry Qoods, (irooerlet, Llquori, furniture, Oairiages, Uortet, etc. - 1 alto Intend to devote my attention to rj.es of Beat Bsiate and Peisonal Property, at an; point, within twen ty utiles of the Oity. ... e Auction Dales every evening. tKttmeota reeptetfully solicited. I have a largo room ovei my sales-room, for storage purposes. BKfERINOESt 'J " ' Kttton, Banerolt A Oo., J. A T. 1. Miller, u. x. wooanury a uo mono a un, diudv k bfwig, - John Geary A BOA Glenn at Ihrall. Butler, Brother A Oo., W. H. Bettleaux, mayio-ly IT1,EUANT XUBSIAO lAUa AUS.; -J ft f i I Point Lace Collars. tins Pails rant. BAIH A K), v NBoatbBlfABirHtt JuntO COMMERCIAL MATTERS. Columbus Retail WEDNESDAY, Aug. 27, 1862. The followlnc ara tha retail nnsuttmia mmnul ha b a. jvflauciax. wnoiettio ana ntm.11 e-roaer. an , iui a ... 11 . w dohui niKU pireet. Wheat. ,...80X8591 It 0. Sugar 9 1O0BUX Oata bu.... OornW on. ... 330 uapie do . Dore. 004 es ...30(933. 15c Holattea Sgal. Batter ft,.... Lard s g, Syrup gal BOofBl OH 10c rea e . 8O0.I IH'1 to Tallow . WgVOo Rio Coffee 1 . . . . W S3o Dried Applet b 1 1 2&S 1 ,10 Dried Peache 9 75i3 00 larado ittk3uc Riot B, lUc White Bern! tbu. SI iVl m Broout W doe. .SI 00(91 75 rotatoee. on SottVSik Hu t ton ....So 9UI7 (10 Salt in each IVuVO Soap (noa) ! ran Bait bbl 3153 S3 flour bbl... St 7313 u White Wheat dcS5 itWH U0 user f owt SO 1 Hams OAlle Rye Plonr bbl... Se 00 Shoulders It S Oamllee.Tallow.bilOX 8Xe Bait Pork S owt. OWOandlte, Opal, box.. lOBISc Wood oord.... S82 IV uneese e ft.. ... .. xin ktackerel Not of bbl SH 9 00 Hominy per bush - a I 00 uaokerel No 1 or bbl S3 Oil Whliky per. sail. Sl V ttaiilns, at B. Ba 3 MW 00 Mackerel No 1 kits. SftSV wnitestiliDerhf bbl S3 Si Layers " 9&4 lib White fiihnerarbbiaa ool Bultaa f k ISc uoa run v a..... on Pig! S S, SOc Prance S 10lsc ilerrlni W bbl IS Oil Oorn Meal bu.... wool Twine. UStHo 9 lb, ski W dot, BolPhlDBi'e Uini. S lto Dried Beef.. lXKIglio Plain Uamt lOSlio WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. fi noa tales it 10 4 SO for red. and tS OOAins ror wnitei uartet unsettled. W MAT it biO. Coaa ealea at SSe 0Tt ealee a'. 35o. Rre email aalet 1' 4!VB50g. Hiv wlei at tt 5097. PoTaToea elet at 3U's33e for new. Bum eilee at 1 1 85 4 1 Hi. Salt relet at a8 11(43 SS per bbl. Warn Pub rule at as 7e 00 per bU. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, Aug. 25. ILOTJR Themtrkot raleiflrm. with a tood demmnd and a light supply. The talca to-d f cnoprlte anout 1000 baire1! at S434 10 fr euoeihue. 14 I4ffli4 ti or extia. and EtSJaM SU for family and iradt brands. 1'tw Oovernoieot contiectt to d.y for 1,51)0 Larreit was awarded at $4 IS. WHEAT rhedfmind for prima qualities continue, good and the offering! of such bemj luiit, the market It urm at full prtcet, but the loeer aradei a-e nrgketed lug umi. Auoaaica to-uay ormnnio aD9Uto,UUUbQSuell at 80S-So for prime red. 53o7o for Indiana or Ohio wniio. ana ujva tor ttoLtuikv wnit.i. Tha rrnnima to day were large, fooit g up near.y 24 000 oushela, tut me irera vuupuieu ouituy 01 iois mat naa Men bouabt to arrive, and were not ottered for sale. OOBN Is in fair reuurst and the market ruin .ie.,1v at S to for ear or shelleu, io balu. tt the lower depot!. Ounsiderable quaotilleo are offeilng to arrive, but boy are not disposed to purcb.ee for future dellreiy, except at very low pilcfi, OiTi the demand oontinuet active, and a further advaooe of is pr husriel was estibliihed, with sales of ,uuu ouineia mi eoiavivo. HVB Is icaroa. and 53o la freely offered for orlme samples on arrival, but holders are generally asking BABLEY There is a aood demand for nrlma nn.ll lies, and full prices are obuined lor all .n-ied. The recelp s aro II. us 1,300 buihe.e prime fall lold at 7So. BAULKY MALT la Urm at Bin I US f r nrl. tn choice fall, ana OJcCaitl for epring. 'iho tlock, are not ergs, ana are onerca , triOfiy. li AY There is a fair d.mand for loote-presied, and the market rales steady at BIKaliS per tun f r prime, on arrival . New is selliLg in the market by the waiun- load at 10 WHIBKY There Is a mod demand, and ui.ar 1 onn barrels at BaM -ih6 latter Enquirer New York Market. [REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 27. t COTTON The msrket la firm. 1 BOO hu. .m .t aoubs ine market Is quiet and stead. Than weresml sales at U UlXSli 87). lor Pots, and 7 for Acearigf , KLuDR The market Is he .vv. but nrleaa gone bo deoided change la price Tbe tun report ed comprise 13, 0 baneti at 4 BOSit SS tor topeiflat state; & 055 US (or eatra state, $4 S0A4.9S for suuer- .stwiu, j lorosmmon to meaium utra aettern; ti iiAi So for common to a-oori .hu,,,,.. braada extra round hoop Ohio; ti oUaVli ti tat uade brandt do., ihe market ciotlog quiet. CANADIAN l'LGUtt-1'ha u.,ut l Biihon, change. Iheie were taea of B O barrels at IS 10at S ii lot oommou; and ti 30iU ys ior good to choice extra.. BYE PLOrJO Oalet and alrsiil. lih ..u. m- t. 4S5. ' OOnN URAL In fair rennn.t. w ih ).. tnn h.u at $ 1 to for Je,ao j (3 80 lor Brandy wine and western on private terms. r. uianY-Market a shade flnaer, with sales of 7i0 barrels at 3iAHcH. VVUKA: iaiket flrni. Rales luOOOO hruh GMmon sprlr g at l lellt,; 39 000 biuoele Milwaukee siub at ! 17 t iMj ,B.5i.O bu.b amoer Iowa at Si K4 I k4, the iat.er price for choice paroelt toarilvci Sl,3'0 bush wintor ted western at l 3otl 33; EM sou amoer j.h.uiku a. ,sti xu uuu Duin new amter ateu. tuck? at ti7; OuuO bu.U interior white wesiera at St 3J: and 7 l00busbnLWwhka ali.hl.n ..,.. at l SUA 1 53. "aKK-QalctandSrm. BAULbi" Duil and nominal. OOBN la good demand at about-lo advtnce. Boned parcel! couilnue quite aarce. Baiet of 100,000 bushels atSUAbO) for oldmutd weatern: 61 Inrnhn.. So A 4o fur eattern, ii&5i for nntound. U410 very toarot, and tue market decidedly firmer, with aalet at S.ifrUU tor Jersey, Uanaua, wetteru and stato. OOPFB The market la quiet, and nothing of mo mentdoiog. . BUOall-Baw U steady sad firm a'. BXSXi for fair to good rtfloiaK. Bales ol 6U0 h .o,ho. h.dr n.l-.,.. at ll10c; xuuhogaheadt Ouba at (Hi. muuasiis-iiia market it quwt, and no tales la ported. ,ii'itJiAte "ryflrm, with tales of eo bales new at 103Slo. POttK Market dull, bnn anrl ln.. a.i. . inn ba!7e.'!,.a.t,.'1.1. 1 74 W f prlmet and Sll 50atUB7. for nrlDi.m,.. ' itJt , ' "arket , qule, ana ..gajy, wl,n itie, of w uaiisn o ouujir uu ror coaniry prime 13 0 J 10 75 for oountry men: E12 (nirni.1 7.t 1.,. ,... meti, and $ 13 00 13 B7 for extra men. ramus u:t naiJSif Ihe market continues dull and nominal. BEEP HAM3 Miyter!ln .! . wit rvvain tn i. choioe western. CUT MBAT3 The marlrt la .i.i :,k ..1.. S00 packagea at 3i4o tor thouidert.and 5ll.,e BACON Bidet dull and nnminah anlra ot 1 Mirla smoked eidei at 0)ao. 1 i!LDIn ,'r'l'"est, and market steady, sales of 1,7J5 barren at 8u. BO r i E a yirmi aalet at ll15Xe for Ohio, and 14 19c for a late. OUEESK The marks! . ....! .-A I. .,,. .... 6S90. .-..-..uiuun,,,., Money Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 27. The Money market continues easy at 324 per sent, for loans call. Prima paper It abundant and rates easvat 4 XS oar oent. discount. ' Btarhng Exchange quiet at 137X1K for Banktrt' bilts. American Gold olosed sttidy at ptr cant, prem am. r Oaiiiernia Gold Bart ars quiet at U&l$H ao7erna.ei.t Btvckt Urcer. fjniitd sukl C'l 1801 at i, .77i. fc. UBU,J ' I'ttasarp Notee New York Stock Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 27. . Chicago and Bock Island 08X; Norw.ch and Woroester UH. Uilwauaee and Prairie da Cheln nd preferred 74 1 Cleveland and Toledo J3X1 Iliiuoit Central MripttSHi Miohlgau Bouih era gaarauieedttti American Uoldll5V(Slia; PtciUe Mail IWtf; New Xork Central 84 ; Hnu.oi.54 jilarUm IbH; 11a, lem preferred 3X; Michigan Ceutral 08; Pitt, burg, Port Wayne and Ouirejo l.t bondt IK; 0- S. ilxee lfcXI coupon! 98jkf; oaliiornla tvei.t llta Brook lyn water loan ludlauaaod ailchlgan Bu; Illinois Ueatral bonds 8o; Terra Uaute and Waoash 8d bonds MX; Erie 4th bonds DUX! Del. L. a W. 101; Ualeoa eod Chicago 74; Oleveland aud Pltuburg ItSJf; Erie 3BK do preferred 87f; (Jlereland A Toledo 4-Xi Treasury notes 7 3 10 luitHtSIOS; Little Miami 100; Michigan Southern HO; Michigan eoutoern eeooud BitErie 3d bonds 10IM ; Pituburg, Port Wayne a ChioaeoSd bonds 77, do 1st 64; Chicago A North Western 1st 30, do Kd KM; do assorted bonds 47: Cleveland. Columbus and Cinoinnatl 117; Panama HO; Mlisoorl sixes 4eu; Ten neitee elxee 51; Uaclne auaMllwanke llSy; United Btatee 0'e 1B01 coupon 90J: HeiUlered 101; Ohicaao, Bu Hoe ton A Qiiincy rS,; Mllwauk and Prtlriedu Oblen 34; Delaware and Hudson 100, Chicago and Indiana "ai Hernia a ivee 00; lenneitee ait ; llannibaland St. Joeeph bondt 03; Oniied butet one year oertia-eatetWx- . New York Cattle Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.] NEW YORK, August 26. BEEP CATTLE The market Uaotl re at full nrloea Tbe receipts were S.UOo head. Quoted it X8Xc per BHEHP Plenty. Btcclpts 12 "00 head. QaoUdat SSSo per pound. - t) v I SB Declined. Beoeiptt 13,000 head, Quoted ' Elegast Plain Blaok Silka, TTIOH Luttered,t I7X eenta and $1.00. Unusually low. BAIaT A EON, 19 South High Street, JuneS ii??.??- Bosoms, ; TTTHISTBANDS, . CULLAK9, IIALF . 1 1 jnoae, and Under UarmenU, lor rail wear. BAIN A SON. He. 13 to Bl loath BIfh street. aut.ll. IMPERIAL SIIIRTS SAID TO BE A SUPERIOR SHIRT WARRANTED TO BE A GOOD FITTING SHIRT YOU WILL FIND THEM AN ELEGANT MADE SHIRT THE LADIES BAY THEY ARB A HANDSOME SHIRT! All who wear tht artlclt can find them at Now. BSO As 800. Bouth JIlh Bt , HEADLEY, EBERLY & MUM, janttl The attention of the Public la calico to tlio Wooden Eave Troughs AND CONDUCTORS Now being manufactured by N, E. Lcvejoy & Co., Corner of Spring and Water 8 treett , over Mean. Ohlen A Co s saw factory. 1"UEY are made from the tell stick of pine, coated on the Inside with Waterproof Composition! they excel anything In use for durability and cheapness; can be applied to old buildings where tin hat given out, or to new buildlnRt In process of erection, to aa to form part of the cornice. They art prepared to fill orders from any part of tht State, for any site, from X 'to 8 inches wide, with in tractions how to put them up. ani-oxawiatwom ,1 KJ.Rll Ctlf,f ii;i;l .at'el"A.f, -r .':" gJlltuat, U" " '-"-. i.'W.-Jr d 1. 4.V. ii . ii".;.,a(.3 ano-i l r. the irf.tx.riiJt.ci rj r.'. j.i-jj a c(i &liQ.ht chl in its Jir t,t-tjv v. whlih in the Kgrrtrir.tr wi!J jidl . a mild, remedy, if ;tnJ'd ?c, fr attacks the lunrrr,. jQltcuui'a frncliltd Drcclie uwe first introdwxd Ua-.nu ye-irn 0.7 -. It hna bten pwij. fA."f ll.y.nr- iah Uci article before the j-ni'.ii j tnqhs, ftfaLU, .fanrlillU, j'l.xUunti., flQatafL, the Barring figh in u,i BUmtilan., and numerous offiior of Vie fDlLlctit, giving immediate rdirf JPiiblic Speakers anil Singers, will find them effectual fan dear-.r.g and strengthening tha vcice. Sold by all (X)ruggict3 arji eaUe in Jledioine, at 25 cents pr box. Tot tale, wholesale er retail, by 0. ROBERTS, Druggist, Mo. 84 North Blgt street. 8. 1. 8A1ICBL, decifl-dAwSa COLUMBU8 OPTICAL INSTITUTE. JOSEFS 8. PERLEY, PRACTICAL h SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, KEEPS THE loARGEST ASSORT, ment of the most Improved kinds of Spectacles. All hit abuses, whether for near or far-sighted, are ground In eonearo convex form with the greatest care, to at to tult the Eyes of all catet, curing Weakness Diuincas or Inflammation of the Eyea, and imparting ttrength for long reading or line tewing. Office, 13 East State street, at geltaer A Webster's Music Store. augS-dly coLurauus, uuiu) AGKlClJLTURALWAREnODSli And Seed Store. RAUl IK GENERAL HARDWARE, KAILh, OLA83. BASH, PUTTY, CORDAGE, (June, Pistols, Wood Wiuow Ware, athtrand Sakfeer Belttns toe eathei. Boat snd ring. tol-dly Admioistrator Sale, David IBmlley. Jr., tdm'r of v David Smiley, Br. Maria Smiley, and ethers. TUE (7NDER!iOI ED, Adsnialatrae tor of the ettate of David Smllty, Sen., deoeated, is purtuance of an oner ot the Probate Court of Viantlln oouniy, snd State of Ohl, to him directed, will nil at public auction on tht premises, on Tuesday, the 9th day of September, 1663, at about 1 o'clock of said day, the following detcTlbed real esta'e, situate in the ounty of franklin, In raid Btatt of Ohio, t-wlb , The whole of Military Survey No 5,844 for 61 acres. In the name of William Powell, granted to J ante lay lor, by patent dated Oct. IS. 1838, eald surrey being founded upon warrant Mo. 888, andoonveyed to David Bmiley, Sr., by James Taylor and wife, by their deed dated March 3d, I84S, aa appears of record In Book No. 33, pagea 40 end Si, in safe keoordei'e office of tttd Franklin county. . The said real eettte will be told, free and dear of aower. Tilt us or Bau. Ont-tblrd of tht purchase money to t--- -- - j v- u wuun ui iwo equal an nual payments, with iniere.t, payable annually, and to be scoured by mortgage on the premises. Appralted.it (iR) per acre. DAYID BVflLlY, JB., ' Administrator of David Bmiley, 8r., deceased, agt-adltwtd. Medical Notice to Families of Volunteers. MX PHOFESSlts AL0EKVICF.8 AKE herewith tendered to the famlllei of Yolunteert (gratuitouily) residing la Oolumboaor vicinity, and re quiring mealoal tervloet. during the war. 00) oe and residence 887 South High etreet, , , 00. W. MARIS. JalyS2 ... Fancy and Flannel Ohiits, Ftyrt urrisjEHS' USE. ' ALSO IBBKCH ' BAIN A IOR i to 88 louih High stmt. aug.ai. FfiMlEITifiOOKBOBEBY A tt V BUSK BOOK MASUFACTORVs SPLENDIDLY B4CIFPBD B I IMPBOVED MACHIIEEY AND STEAM POWER. N. W. LEFAVOIl, 8upt NOS 32 34, 39, 38 NORTH HIQB BTBIET, yiateaman Bulldlnr, Neoond rioot srsr H. Nertaa'a Stato steam PrlBtlntj Koottta. EXTRA BtJBBTANTIAL PAGED BLANK BOOKS, With or without Printed Headings, oa Superior Paper RULED AND 3B0UNI) To any required Pattern . BTATB DBPABTMINTI, RAILROAD Of PICIR, BANKINO HOUSES. COUNTY Off IOIS. MEBOIJASTS. rarniahtd at the Loweei Prices. BOOrf By the Edit BINDING - rglngle Yolume KAOAZINBB, MONTHLY PUBLI0ATION8 PAMPHLETS. PAPEBS. douni In any Required B'.yte BWDINC AND BE-BISDINO for Publle and Prifate Llbrarlea. Orders fmm abroad will receive miij.,i.i attention Address. r ' J. H. RILEY. or. N. W. f.RPAVnn Bookseller and Butloner, Buperrntendent roBouuuign street. Franklin Bindery, navlt-dtf Rebel Notes I Rebel Notes ! ost the Tiling for the Times. 1000 Agents Wanted. Ten Different Rebel Notes 8ENT POST-PAID ON BEOEIPT Of 25 Cents in Postoffice Stamps. t2?"v,", Trada Supplied at t-60 per mo, or 110 per i.qqu. Any energetic gentleman or lady can mats $100 within tht next thirty days, telling Confederate Scrip! Trt it!! Try n!!i taST'1 Wat ,VtrT gent to th 00M,r' t0 In the 0"P . S Caih to accompany all oriett mm Address, j. n. 8TUDEB JuncSfO-tf " Street, Oolumbut.Ob I'olambos Wholesale Liqaor Store tACCLLE ROSS & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IM POnTERJ) AND DBAXERB IB Foreign anJ Domestio Wines, Braadlei, Ao..o. AL80, OLD RYE, MONONGAHEI.A & BOURBON WHISKY. S hEDOOSE AND Of flOB, 824 SOUTH HIOH 8T COLUMBUS, OHIO. eptidlyU Do yon want Whiskers? Do yon want a Moustache ? If , purchase oct bottle of E. E. CHAMP IOR'S EXCEUIOR mVICOBATORI The world renowned Toilet-the only article of the kind ever offered the people ot tha United Btatee. Tbe above ? ! fnlJ- "t used by the f r.noht la London and Paris tt tt In anlvertal as. THB EICEL8I0B Whisker Invigorator ! ! U a Beautiful, Boonomical. Soothing, yet Stimulating Oompound, acting aa 11 by magi. upSi the roou. ui tog a beautiful growth ot luxurumt taard. If applied to the scalp. It will curt BoWoeet, and tf apphid cording to dlrectlona, it will caote to spring to ami spots a fine growth of niaea, aorr aunt. TEE OBLXBBATXD Excelsior Invigorator I Is an Indlrpensablt a-tide to tvery Gentleman's Toilet, rJDi.T.ek.,,."i?lv wo"'4 ,or any eoneid eratloa.be without it The above axUcle will. In from four to eight weeks, bring out a thick eet of Wawtwe or MOOVTaCBB. ticT.hto'r&7uon1' Thty wouW ttfo tnnonno to the pabllo tlut IU m etgencs for SAPOLEOS HAIR TOILET ! pt only article ever effertd to the f ranch people that would Odbx bTBawrir HarBl the .ho ,CuL kJT. muuraetured for Vbe eole becedtof Louie Nttwleenl which article la aew todlaueneabla to hi. anii Tbe subtcrlbere, feeling eonfldeot that thlt Toilet mill ' P' " ot m offered to the public, take pleaeure to axpreeelnK their eooSdenot in the article, gelctog it fmxractical a. The Napoleon Hair Toilet Will Ocai STBAiawr Haix In Soft, Bllken, flowlni Curls, that will remain to shape for oneToay i on. week, U desired, or any longer period, If the direction, tre strictly followed, whfch ara very simple and easy. .kl as.;iS.?S"J' do" ot. to " ' uittrfere with Natural HpUutooOaBair. It .either soorehos nor djet It: but glvee the hair a toft, tarliry appear ance. It alto praventa tht hair from MUtta oand turning gray. . The Napoleon Hair Toilet Hat been before the public but a tbort time, and hat al ready been tested by over one thousand Mmoaei and they testify tbat (be Napoleoa Hair Toilet to the Breiloat beautlSer ever offered to the American people. t.fT!tat th,, T!tot k0" b" counterfeited or im itated by anprincip led pareona, we do .ot offer it tor salt at any Dnnraist'a to tha Lmit m.r- kkI".!- any-Lsdy or Gentleman who deeiree Soft, Luxuriant Hair aud'Ourlt, and Long, Soft Whisker. or MouiloKMi propure the Invigorator or Toilet, either one. for me dollar, Incloted to a tetter, with their addrralT uareae . 0,1. BPEXY A OOw, Box ItO, OolUnevilto; . - , Hawtford Oa. . Oea. ii." owefttily seat by rttara maU. . . i7 rebiia-dtwAwly . s . .. DR. ROBT.' ''THOMPSON i Surcreon & Phvwiciaii, OfBoe High Straws, North at Bread Ne. N; ' " " ItmMetiaevir. teartk (tSarfcet) Street, twaf'toreei of Pprteg.' : a'- - - -t ... - Jt - - . Hj Dr. I., as heretofore, treats all ilteaaet of Bye. Oolaabas, Bas. tt, 1801. dAwtf. Dr. WE HTJBD'S DENTAL- REMEDIES -au ';v;'. THE BEST IN THE WORLD1 FI5B T WfftCA SWEET CJUJATTI, - am cmixs TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA; DO TOYJ WISH TO BR RLPStcn TKETMt n.. Dm. war n. nrf.nv 5" TOOTH P0DBB, warranted free from aeto. alamuTit !5.Ji'0", 5,to P'teavtleeo-aperboB. uq 'you wl h tu be eerrala thit poor BR! 4TB ft para, Prr37ou"p.r,0,flt"A"1' M0IH V4' w.T,l,l'.MIi',,'r"Bt ''i' "0 th best remedy lu On world for Oaaaatt. ban Biuutb. Bs apuas Quit lea Hoo,.,ie, it haee.-ea hundredi. nS'o.XtL?,?1'3 X00tH40u- lM. fectiv. .nd deligntr.1 remrty k"ira. " ' t-hfXJ"" norblltitr. rut ,v,theaul charm palnaway. Trv ihara. P.i . Tr,,TrT ed on reoe.pt of pnotT ' vn'" ..5" aeoaplete set of BRUTAL BBHEDIES BE. WM. B. UUB.a CaSiraL 1 BBtSOkr t mJL,.,',r, T,,01," f'SStnt thaton. wS'' aketoanothtr. rrloe. al. aWntb. E.-LT.". H i or price. ' " SaoVlAlthar. o.riv.,a tlZtt2Xtt. tooUtlon. and Via. Pr.j.. Zi .1. L"SL,m J DumUI Society. ' ty aaareat WM. B. HUM) & CO., Sew York. July 14-dt wawii from'ebSO'es The Housekeeper's NEtf FURNITURE POLISH. THa Ptt.a, I. certified by all tta IsauttaVw rL..".':a.?.DJ! p'? fo'a Wake to b. tii be.t in the world for removing BcraVcSee. Mark. aoJ ?f v' "'l"" hl "4 'tln?plo t T.ll si", -lrnl,h5'lJrork" tnm ""'nttnra ti LeaThJr It , up" your Table"., Ch.lM. U&wSffi r"": VV ,od " l0 n'ty pernl' ict. inis is true economy, for ta'e l Primiim. ", Storekeepers generally ! PrS.ad sO eente a bottle. Depot No 1. Bruei P trMtVNv York July H-dtwawlyfromftbarflS Great Books in Prosa. THRILLING INCIDENTS OP THE GREAT REBELLION; OB, The Heroism of oar Soldiers & Bailors. ILuLXJaTUATiLD. I vol., large l2mo. Price, Jt S5. TH? CRPS NI nB PUDLIO ABB RIGHT all the important event, f r0m u,e jJha Brown raid u J rtLl.'t,''LprCV9t'i, cf " Subecrtptlonetentdl dbr. J !, U g'Ta ?r llw B''ef ' irabled So -, ? d L' t-"t who with a copy of Ihe .or? and also to beneflt th. tolJiers, should Vend Ihei? n mV m address at ouce. Also, ai.v offl.r . ...i.i.L pllrfM.n to the Publlabere. ' o. N- II The Hi3tyiy of American Manu factures from 1608 to 18G0. 8 Dr. J. LtANCEK Bisaop. 8 vols. iro. Vol. I. now reaiy. Yol. It. eearly ready B.to!Clrtar,la4-0't TiV4aiNfi8fl ?N'a lE0I' AOVI3EB, w.Hoir OPPORTUNlTIEa fOB INDUSTRY! or, A rhouaand UB'r. viotn. at. republished in England. Thlt hat been rJfu7W.v ,,ne,,. mtn n4 clerk ahould havw tbeae boot.. They will pay the buyer a hundred fold 1 W pareut should get tVem lor their "n. pr' ?l!?,m?lti- P 'I aid. on receipt of l,!2r?ii,W?,.w ParUcalar atentlon to mailing booka. wrapping them carefniii. .1,1 Tz. ZlTTf FKEEDLxT? & CD., Tribune Buildings, New York. .v.1 N Persons who desire to buy a Piano of the best makers will be ahr... h. .,.. ' ' "Tz. a 5To,B.mJn fUnbtm addnes vZjWZ laiSa ik.5i-J.pBbL,rt?lA". TorkTirVo. -.-"wnifuiBiauro ow Superior Court of Franklin Comity TTENRy HEADI KV formerly. af .alel A. B. IIW8, Bllttbetb Latdon. of said eousty filed hef ffialto '.r4"." Q,ait "'oTooVrtfigtloJ JWraSrf ' for, Uu" ,n eonslderatloB'ir . LS It r?."""7 9U9 p,rt of P'alotlir, said .i!Lf?-t5.'.?0.drVJ,n 0, PM't4 tomtrryeUd pialBUff. but that said Ueadiey had failed end refuted to S.2L."UJ Pmlte-thou(1h a reatenable U cm had ru??r2:,.V,"'ni' BWatht w.. ,d, Ud wlllla. Co fulSl her eald promise, farther that Mild Ueadleykad dTSs U day of July, A. taia!?' " cd h,i ' refund to Si JT'." "euM by which refoaala ptototU Is demages to the amount-ef teo thoatand doiUn, for o1t'ATnh,i10ll,!Jadae-, M Headteyt. 5Jt Ur,iS?-Ual', "l" 'PPearaU answer tald 21 f .1.' !?,on ""'d awdv, the itb y of September next ... ., .: JJ. B. Baits IB. . . . e Pl.imlfr. x Columbut, July BS, 18tK.-dlt.6w. Master Commissioner's Sale.;-' William B Hubbard . ' 1 - ti I Bupeilor Court of f raekUa Bobert Blordaa at al. " Ohio. . .. IN rrjKVCANOE Off tN OKtlER'ot tbe said Court to me directed, I trill offer for sale at publlo auotion. at tbe door of the Court House to the city of Columbut, oa -1 . - , ' Saturday, tbe 87th day of September A.' li. 1862, - - ' ...- .- . -. ; ; At ona o'clock P. H.. tha foiinair.. ..ui .1 . tatj, tituata to Prank lln eonnty, Ohio, to wle - A part of Parka anrva. s. -t -li i. vi i.t rtk. rtriot beginning at a point In the Natlooal Koad aad a .u uiu oui aiOLg tire teat Una of a eertai. trart ef ru ecree, 01 therrakonta. be'antina to J ph al. ulll vai t; thence N- bin d.g. B. US 0 1UO polt, along th. ' the said NaitoMl Koad; tt'enoe . K deg. W. , lb4 39-lbO to . eiake; tbeace S. 77 deg. SO man. VSV CI 40-100 poles to a stake, being the oortoin-.t oo.ner eS Hobcrt E Nell'i land; tbtnee 8. 11 deg iOmlri. wet lfjpolei to tbe plaoe of kegloolng, oontalnlng ltMacrtm It bring a tract of 100 acres off the wat end. oS track of Win acres oned by said H U.-rt Neil. t Bv ;Appralsedat70 00 per acre. ' ... V - . 8. W ilfjf PMAtf, Sharitf, " - and Matter Ooaanlaaiosea, H. 0. Notes, Att. PrisMr'e foe. t8.tQ. "" ' '"""' iinaraxa SuglS-dltAwtd ,. - . , . . PORE WINES. - - ?URE BRANDIES. " PURK WHISKLEsTT" ' ,t for atediolcal purports, for salt by t t f t l. i . ' " " . WH. H. BBSTIZACX. u..;ii,.pped." mi Vp"7.o,TZ!i"l a bottle or two of thi. Nv r0,H,T0 Pom"hou. e. BAUi A BUS.