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-J-T. CBAWrOED, Hnroa eaoaty, Mic, Cutof.
BALV8 WOOD, Obrrlin, Silver Berry Ph.
Kin MKT Til KITTH, Craw 1 county, Ohio,
Rlv I of Pitcher. .
A. IT. GOOPHCB, Akron, Ohio, Silver Castor. -
C. BTBZB, Crewofrd, P., SOW Card
JOIIN 0. CCBWOBTH, gprlngneld, Ohio, Silver
Xim KsfMA "WALTON, Oiitoi Ohio, Opera
Mrs. C. A.
KBITI, Aurora, Illinois, Silver
H. 8. DAVIS, Cle lend, 0, Silver Butter Dish.
CHAS. WEBBE, Summit county, Ohio, Be dy
ing Bitter Xieh. i
Ulm ANSIB HUBT, Saginaw, sticbignn, 8tlTCr
Mr. B. BELL, Watertown, Silver Cke Basket.
Mn. BAKES, Cleveland, O., Breakfast Castor.
CAMPBELL, Port ft county, Ohio,
JOHS I. DAT, Oenoga connty.
Mn. BAKBT. Toledo, Ohio. Silver Ice Pitcher.
JAKES LAKG. Grand Bapids, Michigan, Silver
C. 0. PERBT, Erie, P., Silver t rait Basket.
JAMBS STBONG, Warren, Ohio, Silver Goblet.
W. B. IVERITT, Cold Water, Michigan,
Mn, EZBA 8PBA0UE, Waiwe Pigeon, Miftigan,
Silver Sugar Basket.
BNOS WALDO, AshtaknU caonty, Ohio, Silver
Bevotving Bolter Dish.
Theje are bat a few of tho
GIFT BOOK STORE
Since the lut Lift. Spare wilf not peti-H oar gir
tng U the nine.
A eift Valued at from 50c to $100
WITH EACH BOOK.
" A SPLENDID STOCK OF
AND A C1FT WITH EACH.
Bibles and Prayers.
SEND TDK a CATALOGUE.
One sent free Jo any address.
ANlt5ET A GIFT WITH EA-CH.
All BOwks Sold at the Usual
No, 140 Sotbbiob Strut,
CLEVELAND TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER c 1861
f,;D. ARABELLA HUNTER,
" . . THI GBEAT SPANISH
PLAKKT KKaDER AXB D0C1-KSS.
mHIS GIFTED Y.i.rNG LADY, ON
X htrway South, will ,ki to that city lor a abort
time only, at the
City Hotel, Seem I.o. no.
This rift-d lady has a err at faculty of telling
everybody thepsst and thefntnre. She neve fai'..,
u there a any thing lost or stolen, to ten toe pere-m
where it can be found- She will alio describe to
ladiea and gentlemen their future partner', f Sa
turn, and by the aid of a gleet, exhibit their like
nea, Ac. A sitter of aeven children, born with
veil over her face. Cures all Fem.le Com plaiots
She can give the beet of references from the cities
of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. She
speaks French, German and Kogllsh.
i im ee bonis rroin iwiiioBni m
FOB LAKE SUPERIOR.
The new and reliable Passenger,
Steamer IKON C1TT. 0. B. Cleve
land. Commander, -will leave onr
dock for Ontonagon and ail intermediate points on
Lake Superior, on Tuesday, September uth, at
clock V. M.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
HUSSEY A McBRlDK,
sep6 1ST 137 and 129 Blver street.
HOWER & HIGBEE
FOR TUK ACTIMX TBiDK,
A large and well assorted stock of
STAPLE AM) FAXCT DRY GOODS.
Their stock of '
LADIES' DRESS COODS
e hii.es. MERINOS and FANCY FA-
.BBIC8. wiU be found atttactlve In every way this
on. at isepoi . - - - .. . . .
CHICAGO 1KB XIWAEKKE,
TOUCHING AT MACKINAC,
The Staunch Screw Steamer
YOUNG AMEBICA, D. H. Davu,
Will leave on Tuesday, Sept. th, at 10 A. M.
For Freight or faeeapi appw w ,
PKLTUN A BBEKD, Agents.
FEED AT WHOLE-
aura nrTi IT. Th miblie will alw T
find t tbe sabecribefi -tons, Id the mr
iwr fh.w-nl.tt. trwt the follow .ok: ftie
iery ut brands o. Whlteaod KM he.t Flour,
fresh ground Graham Flour, Rye Flour, and fresh
ground Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat, Ost Meal"
Pearl Barley; also Corn and Oat Twa srt hj
Mill Feed ot all kinds and Grain, which I will sell
.t tbe lowest price. Also, Baled Jlay ana "raw
Any purchases made at my "tore will be premptly
attended to and delivered f of extra cha-ge.
1 he undersigned was forme ly Ol-rk In 0. Andrews
Feed Slore. lP,"l !' BKHINBAi:U.
REPEiiANTS ONE CA-K HAULf
BUBT Water-Proof Cloth opeuid Ihis morning
-the be "5Sgis-oLl A 00 .
w p-j 2lTJtiprlorftr.
TUESDAY MOKiriHe. SEPT
A COUNTERFEITING CASE.
Escaps and BoArrest of a "Stoover" ol
Counterfeit Money Hearing iore
Camwllam Justice The Prtaomer
CUtluied Under Iks F.xlrsKilUon Trem-gy
a. vam e thai DM-'t Work.
Several days since, one Ashley "Warner,
of the firm of Champlin & Warner, ot
Windsor, was arrested upon the complaint
of U. 8. Marshal Bill, of Cleveland, on
charge of shoving counterfeit postal cur
rency -at that place, and in default of bail,
a yaa vim mittedto iail to await the am-
" , ,f witnesses on the part of the Gov
emmeni "n Wednesday all the parties
arrivei ani the hearing of the case com
amvea, ani Winnaor.
menced before i"., .VL
and lasted until yj""7 S
w ' r .t.. -,L,,t(,in. claiming that
I7-;tiul MtaitM &I1TDUT1LK7 O Avra w ,
Vf- Worthineton, of Windsor,
Backus, of Cleveland, for the defense. The
case was able argued on both sides, and
that the prisoner will
rllivered up if the real merits of the ques
tion having any bearing upon Justice,
m. rr.Z roiativn to the arrest are
Inst. Warren was ar
. . j i i..unH (nr having passed coun
reswuiavioTB i' , ,
nnr-v. was tried andlound
liltv bTa iurv. H counsel made appli-
ZxtiJn for anarrest of judgment, and dur-
... .:,!,..( this nuctslion was being
mS a ,u t,,, to use a modern
aivupa. : r :
'K". ij,M to Canada, and was
phrase, "sk" . , irrll niinned
i . i rrmuu lu .....-.
subsequently der such cir-
The fact that ho . " . tn acv
cumstances, clearlj , U
eauo m.uu, - rect on Wed.
convicting mm, was c.
.i;,:, o tbe
conveyed irom onnawmu j:ui i
Court, he rs.uestci permission
h nwn house, wnicn was erauiuu .
L n . 1 1 1 1 1 -1. ... 1 .. rwi VV H I
omcer i. nmitHnisi'""! -
... il i..i;jiiwt tho hart W8V.
NMCiUUWU l. Biwu - '
the ollicer was too sharp to allow any per-
son to slip thr .High his lingers that way,
and nabbed him just in time, and aiujr-
wards properly secured him.
Warren is to all appearance one or
sharpest and shrewdest of men, and there
is no doubt mat ne wwt tiKirainj . ,
ged in shoving spurious money in viwv
land, and has since been doiug the
tWng to Windsor. V!
.both his panncr aim mm :n
,Mlr." from their cotintry, and have
cently commenced business in me rwj
... i C ri ia
linn. Uhamoun. wo "
present' and has beeu for some time,
sn.oWl in runninir professional
bountv-jumpers to me uu.i.
this means aided probably by-Warner
the counterfeit business mey are eui
a jl . .. Hii ji ntxm
VU UO . 6- ." -
special attention to, and that is this :
. 1 , 1 , l-u. .haula Af MIlTltAr.
in a lew weeas pan.
; wl mimmrv' containing about
each of the 60 cents denomination,
been exhibited to Windsor, and plenty
the same kind have been passed. The
people, of course, are the principal
i ; thi. matter, and m order to
against being swindled, tbey can n be
:losely on their guaru.
A Serap of History.
One day when the seven wise
n ece were at the uourt oi
" Wh'ici the most perfect popular
" where the laws
eminent ?" .
" That, ss'd Cuu,
no superior. A theinhabit-
"That, said Anaiea, - - ,,
ante arefcither too rich nor too ipoor.
"That" said Anacharisis, the
" where dignities are always conierrea
the virtuous and never upon the
" That," said fjieomaa, - "".'"
. i . .Vian nunishment.
ns tearomme i-o o " , r,
"That said tnuo, -
more regarded tbAn theratom .
ereatcst weight, who said, "Where an
Ttome meanestsubject is an
npon the whole ion.muu"
Tt ti - naeal law of BatuTe that
i t ..;.i w the lower is
more ieee " i , ,
i? .ruin. And vet the docs
four legs are not so low as those with
A Serap of History. What an Armistice-Peace Means.
It means West Virginia annihilated and
thrown back into the'arms of the old harlot-
It means the dirtriot of Columbia reenslav-
ed, and the great Republic brought again
into dig ace in fall view of all nations re
presented by their Ministers, who can wit
ness thero all the norrors oi tne Biave
trade. It means that the Radical of Mib
souri and Mart-land thall either leave their
oountrr or cease their work of freedom.
It means that tbe iTugittve Biavo taw enaii
be restored, and the most thorough obedi
ence to it guaranteed by the North. It
means that the CbeaD Scott decision shall
be taken as the beginning of a new judicial
interpretation; that shall make slavery the
most constitutional of all the facts in our
political organisation. , It means that the
re-opsmne of tbe slave traae, ana peranps
the anion of all the forign powers in avow
ed opposition to our barbarism. It means
that the slaveholder shall be premitted to
travel over the North at pleasure with his
slaves, and look disdainfully upon us as he
passes, taunt in e us with a total destitution
of the sense of manhood. It means that
we shall never again question any assump
tion or deny any demand of the slave pow
er. And, finally it means tnat we snau
pay the whole expense of onr own hum
iliation and subjugation.
United States Railway Post-office.
An entirely new and important system
tween Washington, .Baltimore, jrnuadei-
phia and New York, or to points immedi
ately diverging from that line of travel
can be deposited in the letter-boxes of the
mail car up to the very moment of its de-
. k i . : i". . 1 A ...I,,., ; i nn.
intended for this service has just been fin-
Khed at the Mount Clare worss ot tne
Baltimore Jb Ohio Railroad Company, un
der the superintendence of Mr. Thatcher
Perkins, master of machinery. It was
designed by the Hon. A. N. Zevely, Third
Assistant Postmaster OeneraL The car
has been taken to Washington, where it
has elicited the admiration of all who have
viewed it. It is forty-five Beet five inches
in length, in breadth nine feet four inches.
Tbe roof is finished in elegant style, with
the most annroved ventilation windows, in
the centre about nine feet, and at either
Bide seven. I ne interior oi tne car is mr
nished with four hundred small boxes or
Uninivui 1,1 " anil ainrhtv IamI nf HimAll.
sions whioh will admit of packages, news-
.rw ne nthnr nrintari matter, mnilinor I
r"tJ1- " ; i " . , o
tables, drawers for mailing purposes,
whilst stoves, water apparatus and other
conveniences cannot fail to render the
traveling clerks perfectly comfortable.
This car, which has been built experiment
ally, Is regarded with such favor by the
post office authorities that it will be
promptly followed by others of similar con
10,000 Echols Eudorse McClellan.
was great rejoicing among " Jeff. Davis '
soldiers, now prisoners of wr in that
place, last Thursday night. While their
old Democratic associates and sympathizers
were parading the streets and rejoicing
over the nomination, there was oqual, if
not greater, enthusiasm among the party
inside the enclosure at Camp Chemung.
The Advertiser reporter was not permuted
to enter the sacred precinct devoted to
McUleilan s reDei inenas, dui irom uuw
taken from the outside it gives the follow
ing: The crowd shouted for Dart. He came
before them and thought they ought to
have a little more shout, so they shouted.
He called for shouts from another corner,
so they shouted accordingly in every cor
ner, and then Dart said he was "so full he
couldn't say anything." .
Mr. M , of S. C, was the next speak
er. He gave the gathering a bit of that
telline- eloouence upon which he prides
himsell. xne speaaer saiu mia was umv
little spontaneous gathering, but when the
news ot Jricuieiian s nomination reiuui
the army of General Lee, there would be
a grand, big, glorious ratification of George
U. McUleilan as ine jemocraiw; muuimuo.
The sneaker had heard General ee say
that he had rather fieht ' MoClellan than
anv other Northern General. .Little Mac
foueht fair, never took undue advantage,
. .. 1. 1 . u a -: :l
hut tyrant was mean, ue atruw in'usi
and he had "flanked Lee, and our other
Democratic brethren with him, all the way
from the Kapidan to Kichmond, and if we
don't elect AlcClellan. Grant will "flank"
Lee into the Gulf of Mexico.. Cheers
f..e MpfTlnllan and Lee. and groans for
Grant. At this point "taps" were beat
by the guard and the reporter was obliged
to leave, out mis pvwiiui; mmo w
another volley or two for McCli'llnn.
Encases for not Going to Church.
A mntleman pavs
to such matters, asserts that within the
past six months he has heard the following
. .... . .
f Qvei8pt myself; could not drew in time
ljd: too hot; too windy; too dusty;
Joowet: too damp; too sunny; xoociouuy,
A.ri't feel disposed; no other time to my
.elf- look over my drawers; put my papers
to righto; Jetters to write to friends ; mean
. . t. n . ,fU : I'lllU H W IBRD ' -1
vj wi." - ----- o , ... i.
to business six C.iys in a weea. , uu nu
c.itiH.v rAn r. preatue in v;nuii."
.ii. W a little feverish; feel
. n.'Vi.ehillff! fuel a little lazy: ex;
. to dinner: srot a headache
y""J . , . Winnpt
tend nursing myseu. ,
. tinmo min niv uiuaim - - -
not v.-! 11 J i . -w
a .... .-o ant. a new novel, must w
. A Monday moruuiK ,
.i don't like the liturey, al-
sun. you . i - - , . r j.nu
ways praying for we same ."-is
extemporary prayer; don't lkean
f-n Trtrt TlfMRV: QUn. ir- wuti-fc
-.ne..- mnKM me nwrvuua
..." a . A1V I- -rft-b-
.a wii liner niiL lu ueau ta w
J: ... . A-m-rt if is
can t bear a wnuen sermou,
prosy ; nobody tc-day but our own minu
ter, can't always listen to the same preach
er ; don't like straneais ; can t keep awaae
when at church, leu asleep last u
I was there, shan't risk it again ; mean
inquire of sensible persons arwui wo
propriety of going to such a place as church,
and publish the result
Pat on the "Naygur."
on base. .
" I nivir loiked the black divils though
them as is here hain't black, fur they's yaller
till I come out to fight fur 'em; but
sort o' takin to 'em since. An Irishman,
ve knows, if he's nivir a ha'penny in
bt has allers a feller feelin' fur a
divil as is poorer thin he is an' sorry a
of anything in the world has the naygur.
Hndon'town his own children, sir; not
.t . 4it in his hones."
(i YooT kindrea, wnero x mo, ""
' . ' i...i.;n
your way ot ujwsi-
" An' where may tt be, yer honor?
IT. Vie Yrrrlr "
unv. TVnnw: thev's all Dimicrats
there, aid Fernandy Wud Dimicrati
i a v -i 1 1 1 r' tr m rnim. l vuu av-w
luaw - ' - a ,
kinvart 'em, sir, Jest send em out nere.-
.nt mn they won't be fourand twenty
" J . . .. . , , Tl- II
'outs in the State un meys siaca
licans s black as the naygurs themselves.
. - T-;.h nn'a a heart in him. sir, an'
- h a ean't see the poor craytures
Ei. ; without havin' a feelin'
'em." Edmund Kirke.
The Latest News
Last Night's Report.
From Grant's Army
T7T ff A T'T A pJT A
JL JLiviu. j.i.jc -.
Sherman's Official Report.
Particulars of His Operations.
BATTLE SEAR BERRYVILLE
Proclamation by the President.
NEWS FROM Lonsim.
BATTLE NEAR BATON ROUGE.!
Destruction of the I. S. Frigate
Brand) wine by Fire.
0SS OneMililOI. DOllaM.
K(lKi (tN H VS
J- VXiJ-i X VJI il 0.1 J !' rJ.
Capture of the Blockade
[Special to Cleveland LEADER.]
COLUMBUS, Sept. 5.
The Union State Executive Committee
has made the following appointments for
General K. C. Schenck : :
Sandusky, Tuesday evening, 13ih inst.;
Elyria, Wednesday afternoon, 14th fast. ;
Cleveland, Thursday evening, 15th inst..
Ravenna, Friday afternoon, 16th inst.;
Warren, Saturday afternoon, lTth inst.
The County Committees are expected to
make the necessary arrangements.
[Special to the Cleveland Leader.]
COLUMBUS. SEPT. 5.
The following Circular has been issued
tor the benefit; of all whom it may concern :
War Department, Provost Marshal
General's Office, Washington, D. C, Sept
3, 1864. Circular No. No. 32. All officers
and salaried employees of connected with
this Bureau are erohibited from engaging in
any manner in the business of furnishing
substitutes by any officer or employee, un
der pay, who shall violate the provisions
of this circular or shall receive any re
ward, directly or indirectly, for
the procurement of a . sub
stitute will be dismissed from such ser
vice, and suffer such othor punishment as
the nature of the offence may require.
Signed, Jambs B. Fvt,
Provost Marshal General.
Associated Press Report.
PROCLAMATIONS BY THE PRESIDENT.
Washington, Sept 5 11 A. M-
7b Major Grneral Dix :
The President has issued the following
recommendations and orders in relation
the recent successes of the United States
Mobile and Atlanta.
E. M. STANTON.
Exkcutivb Mansion, 1
Washington Sept 3d, 1864.
The sisrnalsuccessthat Divine Pi ovidenee
has recently vouchsafed to the operations
of the United Stales ueei anu army in mo
harbor of Mobile and the reduction of
Powell. Fort Gaines and Fort Morgan, and
I the glorious achievements of the army un
: I Aar i-iunem! Sherman, in the State of Geor
gia, resulting in the capture ot the city
Atlanta, call for devout acknowledgements
to the Supreme Being, in whose
hands are the destinies oi .na
tions. It is therefore requested that
on next Sunday, in all places of worship
in the United States, thanksgiving be offer
ed to Him for His mercy in preserving
National existence, against the insurgent
rebels who have been waging,
cruel war against the Govern
ment of the united aiaies ior
n-thenvs. and also that prayer
made for .Divine protection ve our
soldiers and their leaders in the field,
have so often and so gallantly pemieu
their lives to battling with the enemy,
for blessing and comion irom mo x
of Mercies to the sick and wounded,
to the prisoners, and to the widows
orphans oi loose wuu u.
service of their country, and that He
continue to uphold the Government of
United States against all the efforts of
and secret foes.
- Washington, Sept 3, 1864.
t v.. notional thanks are tendered by the
the President to Admiral Farragut and
vt -in,- funeral Canhv lor tne skiu ana nar-
mony with which the result of the opera
tions in Mobile harbor and against Forts
Powell. Gaines and Morgan were pianneu
and carried into execution. Also, to Ad
miral Farragut and Major uenerai
eer under whose immediate comm
?i.' onnrlucted. and to the
commanders on sea and land, and to the
sailors and soldiers engaged in the opera
tions for their energy and courage, which,
nnder theblessing of Providence, have been
crowned with brilliant success, and has
won for them the applause and thanks of
the nation. . '
.. ExEcrmvB Masbion, 1
Washington, Sept 3d.
The National thanks are tendered by
the President to Maior General W. T.
Sherman, and the gallant officers and sol
diers of his command before Atlanta, for
the distinguished ability, courage and per
severance displayed in tne campaign in
la, which under .Divine rower re
sulted in the capture of the city of Atlan
ta. The marches, battles, sieges, and other
military operation that have signalized
this campaign must render it famous in
the annals of war, and have entitled those
who have participated therein to the ap
plause and thanks of the nation.
Washington, Sept. 3d.
Ordered, first that on Monday, the 6th
I day of September, commencing at the hour
of 12 o'clock, then
there shall be given a stlute
of one hundred euns at the Arsenal and
Navy Yard at W ashington ; and on Tues
day, 6th of September, or the day after,
the rest of this order at each Arsenal, or
Navy Yard in the United States, for the
recent brilliant bievementa .of JJiefleet
and land forces of the United States in tbe
harbor of Mobile. The Secretary of War
and the Secretary of Navy will issue the
necessary directions in their respective
departments for the execution of this or
der. Jd. That on Wednesday, the 7th day of
September, commencing at the hour of 12
o'clock, noon, there shall be fired a salute
of 10 guns at the Arsenal, at Washing
ton, tmd at New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, New Pori, Ky.
and St. Louis, and at New Orleans, Mo
bile, Pensacola, Hilton Head and Newburn.
The day after the receipt of this order,
for the brilliant achievements of the army
under command of General Sherman, in
the State of Georgia, and the capture of
The Secreta r of War will issue direc
for the execution of this order.
FROM SHERIDAN'S ARMY.
BALTIMORE, Sept 5.
The following special to the American
is furnished in advance of its publication :
Headquarters Misplb Division, 1
NeabBkrbtvillb, Sept 4.
Gen. Torbet's cavalry corps, which had
encamped at Rippon'g Store, on the
Charleston and Berryville pike, left camp
at nine o'clock on Friday night, and pro
ceeded to Berryville, reaching there at
midnight, where they went into camp
until daybreak the next morning,
when they moved out through Berryville
on the Winchester Pike, taking the road
to the left about seven miles beyond Ber
ryville, and were still advancing when
last heard from, at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, meeting little or no opposition.
The infantry, consisting of Coook's com
mand, and the 6th and 19th Corps, broke
camp at 4 o'clock yesterday morning, and
moved in three parallel columns toward
Berrwille. ' '
Crook's command . as cu the left The
19th Corps on the center, and 6th on the
right Crooks reached Berryville first,
about IX u'cKe-h. tUo winning, a iibw.
in line of battle, with arms stacked for a
couple of hours, while pickets were being
posted on the different roads, leading
The 23d Ohio, was sent out on the
Sniolcers Ferr v road, and the 36th Ohio,
on Winchester path, running to the right
Crook's command went into camp, and
had just finished pitching tents about 4
o'clock, when heavy skirmishing was heard
on the pickeline. The whole command
ranidlv turned out. and-was formed , and
moved to the support of the pickets, who
had been driven from behind some en
trenchments which the had occupied.
The 36th Ohio and 9th Virginia were
formed and charged the enemy, driving
them out of the entrenchments. A des
perate struggle now ensued; the Rebels
being determined to regain possession of
the entrenchments. With this object they
massed no less than two divisions, and
hurled them with their accustomed ferocity
ae-ainst our eallant little band, which was
supported by both Davis' and Thrnburne's
divisions, xney were uanuaouuci v repuiacM
erv time. The conflict lasted till long
after sunset; and artillery firing was kept
up until 9 o'clock. The whole army have
Wn e ii faced all nip-ht digiting entrench
ments, and throwing up breastworks, and
now occupy a strong position.
The whole of the fighting so far has
been done by Crooks' command, which
captured live hundred prisoners and sever
al stand of colors. - Our loss will amount
to about three hundred killed and wound
ed while that of the enemy is at leant one
third greater. . :
Heavy firing was heard yeKerdav in the
vicinity of Bunker Hill, supposed to be
Averill advancing. !
NEW YORK, Aug. 5.
The steamer Catawba, from New Or
leans 28th, arrived this morning. Among
the passengers is General Bailey.
(ln. Herron had returned from an ex
pediticn to Red Wood, seventeen miles
from Baton Rouee, on the Clinton road,
where he had a fight with the enemy, in
flicting a loss of 150 men, besides destroying
a large amouni oi store, uur
was about 30 killed and wounded. -
An exchange of about 100 prisoners re
nontlw loot nlnce near Baton Kouca.
TJ .r . , . - i
(ieneral li ranger naa ibsuci an urucr
acknowledgement to' tne army iorme
they took in the reduction of Forts Morgan
. There was not a single one lost by our
fnrrwa in the last attack on Fort Morgan.
The army worm 'is making sad havock
on cotton near Baton Rouge.
The rebel commander, Jack Scott, has
his headauarters at Clinton, Louisiana.
Ho commands about 8.000 cavalry, and
simnnrted by three batteries, two of four
rr r ..
min. .nn one oi mree.
W. S. Mann has been nominated
Congress by the Free State Union Associ
ation at Baton Rouge. - "
About 4,000 volumes of the lost works
belona-ine to the State Library, have been
recovered from the place where they were
secreted. " ' ,
Governor Hahn returned from the
on the 26th, and was warmly received-
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5.
Richmond papers say that in the) battle
Atlanta, our troops were at first
pulsed, but finally drove the enemy
with heavy loss, including three generals,
a .nn. Patten and Hardee. --
n.n.l Lew Wallace, to company
General Grant, visited General Warren
tho fmnt yesterday, i Rumor gives General
Wallace important command in
NEW YORK, Sept. 6.
Advices from Panama state that
Chilian Chamber of Deputies resolved
that the Mexican Empire ought not to
The coast tramc ot vuin mm 1
t .11 notinns. 1 -
. , . - ' r
A motion has been pressed in iavor 01
offensiye and defensive agreement
THENTON, N. J, Sept. 4.
."'arker has ordered the firing of
thirty-four f"113! m Donor or lne "Ctory of
" OOD8 Atlanta, to-morrow at 12 m.
uTj'o Tins were fired this evening
hv the citizms 4' this city in honor of
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5.
A salute of lOOgmjs wa flred to-day by
order of the President, in bonor of the vic
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
One hundred guns were to-day at
noon in the City Hall Park, in honor of
the capture nf Atlanta, .
FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 4.
The steamer Cambria, from Washing
ton, bound - to New York, put in here to
day disabled. She will be detained but 2
or 3 days.
The mail boat, from City Point, last
evenii g, brought up 15 rebel prisoners,
who were sent to Waeblngton.
The destruction of the old frigate Bran
dy wine, by fire, has involved upon the
Government a loss of over one miilion
dollars in naval stores, clothing, &e.
The" origin of the fire has notbeon
We have no news from the James River
to-day. ; .
WASHINGTON, Sept 4.
is no truth in the published report
that an Envoy Extraordinary from the
Emperor Maximilian has arrived in Wash
ington. - .
B. B. Eusseaut, Minister Plenipotentiary
from Venezuela, was to-day formally pre
sented to the President by the Acting
Secretary of State. The usual assurances
of friendship were exchanged.
According to an official statement
the amount of fractional currency in cir
culation is $24,000.000 ; an increase of
nearly one million within the last month.
The subscriptions to the 7-30 loan as re
ported to tbe Treasury Department to
day, amounts to $713,000, and to the 10-40
FROM FORTRESS MONROE
FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 3.
The flse of truce steamer, New York, ar
rived from James River, last eveniug, with
25 officers, 10 surgeons, and 415 enlisted
men in charge of Major John E. Mulford,
Assistant Agent. They left during the
night for Annapolis. ' ! ' ' -'
NEW YORK, 5th.
The gold market is unexpectedly firm.
The pnee opened at 239$ and 10-d0
touched 242 J, receding at noon to 24l J
There is considerable demand for Cus
toms which sustain the market against the
news from Atlanta. At two tr..$l., the
quotation was 240J. The Commercial
Wa8hineton Special says it will require
several days to arrange the credits on quo
tas of the several States and therefore the
draft cannot take place immediately. -
SHELBY TURNED UP.
A report has on
'1it of able authority from Cairo, on
. ... - i ii. r r
Saturday, that a consiaerauia ui
Thl. nnder Shelby, had appeared at
rhalk- Bluff, twenty miles from Charleston,
M n Part of them were expected to attack
Charleston, while the remainder demon
strated azainst Cape Girardeau. This is
doubtless Tom. Freeman's gang of guer
rillas making an excursion into Missouri,
as last accounts from Shelby placed him in
the vicinity of Helena, where he has been
operating for some time pasu - -
FROM THE FRONT.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5.
T ha TW says
Everything was quiet in front of Peters
burg up to yesterday morning.
The rebels are erecting strong works op
rtneite our riosition on the left.
The work on Dutch Gap canal approaches
esterday Afternoon's Report.
FOREIGN NEWS---CAPTURE OF THE
REBEL PIRATE GEORGIA.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
The very latest by the City of Wash-
Eton, by telegraph via Queen stown :
.LONDON, August 20. ine uniieti 01a'
frigate Niaeara seized the rebel pirate
steamer Georgia, twenty miles off Lisbon,
put a prize crew on board, and sent ner 10
nw 1 orK.
The Niagara landed the captain and
crew of the Georgia at Dover.
The Georgia, when seized, was under
the British Hag, and her captain entered a
protest against her seizure, me evem ex
cited much controversy.
It is rumored that the capture was ei-
fected under the consent of the Untish
There is much difference of opinion as to
the legality of tbe capture, but, generally,
satisfaction is expressed.
Co nsols closed at 8aS8 ior money.
T.tvmipooi.. Aumut 25. Cotton very
dull, and all qualities slightly declined.
nreaasiuus uuiu auu Bfcaujr,
Lard firm. '
Produce quiet and steady.
FROM GRANTS ARMY.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
The Herald's Fifth Corps correspondent
. ... An fnnl at
mava - a movement was awi. w.
very early hour, on the second, for the pur-
- - 1 - .1.. I, .1. .... Tl.nlr TJ . 1 ll
pose OI sinking 1110 xjovuwu - -'
ft-i Puinnhnrir tn Stonev Creek on which
it w. rennrted the enemy was nioviug.
TT. watron trains of Gregg's Division
f were ordered QD to the front
- . , 1 .1 en.: 1 Tm
where it was lormea Dy me aiii
Skirmishing at once commenceo, aim
the enemy evinced a strong determination
.A tw. .1 thmr rmsiuon.
" r . , . .t.
Finding that tbe mam ooay 01 me cu
my were further in advance on the road,
and not wishing to bring on a general en
gagement, our lorees returned w camy.
FARTHER POINT, Sept. 6.
The steamer Belgian, from Liverpool
the 25tb, and Londonderry on me wis,
passed here rate this morning.
t iv.Kixim. Aue. 26th Cotton dull ;
cline of Ui on American; closing firm
er at unchanged prices.
Breadstuff, quiet and steady. r
Twl Arm. '
Consols closed at 8989 1-8 for money,
CINCINNATI, Sept. 5.
A ' , . .
u ( aamageu.
There was another severe thunder storm
1. . n;lit
The down train on the Indianapolis
Cincinnati Railroad, due here - yesterday
.in. ran into a land-slide 20 miles
from the city and was thrown from
track. The engine and tender-were badly
The "reman was sugunv or
ed. No one else hurt
FROM AVERILL'S COMMAND.
FROM AVERILL'S COMMAND. NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
.The Herald's special, dated headquarters
of Averill's division, Bunker Hill, Sept 3rd
says we were attacked at about half-past
ton this morning by Lomaxs division, con-
u"5 i Brigades, cavalry, acting on
the cefensive for a short time until the en
emy naa developed his strength. The
ouensive was taRen by our side, and the
enemy driven five miles towards Winchest
er at a very rapid rate. This riiVieism
showed its thorough discipline In the splen
did advance which it made and the man
ojuring which it accomplished. The re
bel artillery barely escaped capture through
the fortunate interposition ef Mill Creek,
by which stream our charges were check
ed for the time being. For a short time
it was a desperate struggle.' Our losses are
lh Heralds corresnondeat with the
5th Corps Says . f
Last Wednesday, Aue. 31st a slight di-
versioa was effected. I ut. Clark, of the
Signal Corps attached to Gen. Warren's
headquarters, had established a station for
the purpose of watching the movements of
the enemy. This station was situated
about two miles to the right of the 5th
Corps line, and was especially obnoxious to
the rebels. Early in the day they deter
mined to break it up, and sent a considera
ble, force for that purpose. , Our videttes
oro driven back to their posts, which also
fell back to the Davis
enemy made a charge. This attack was
not successful, as they were in turn driven
back in some disorder, i ailing back but
a short distance, they Tallied and made an
other charge, which forced us to fall back,
leaving tbe house and station in their
hands. It was, however, a bootless vic
tory to them, as all the instruments, flags,
&c, had been removed. j
WAR DEPARTMENT, Sept. 4.
To Major OeneralDix: i
General Sherman's official report of the
capture of Atlanta, has just been received
dated twenty-six miles south of Atlanta, at
six o'clock yesterday morning. It has been
defamed by the breaking of the telegraph
lines. Our army withdrew from about
Atlanta on the 30th and made a break on
the East Point road and reached a good
position from which to strik the Macon
road. Howard was on the right near Jones-
boro ; Schofield on the left near Rough and
Ready. Howard found the enemy in force
at Jonesboro, and entrenched himself
within half a mile of the railroad. Tbe
enemy attacked bim at 3 o'clock P. ML, but
was easily repulsed. , j
Finding strong opposition on the road,
I advaneed the left and centre rapidly to
the railroad and made a good lodgment,
and broke it all the way from xtough-and-Ready
down to Howard's left near Jones.
boro, and by the same movement I inter
posed my whole army between Atlanta
and that part of the enemy's entrenchmenti
AAA aaxiVA aivuuu yuuvtruiu. , - ,
On the first we made a general attack
on the enemy - at Jonesboro. The 14th
Ctrps, Gen. Jeff. C. Davis, oarryiug tbe
works with 10 guns and about 1000 pris
oners.. The enemy retreated south, and
we have followed him to-his hastily con-
Hood findine me on the! only road that
could supply him, and between him and
a considerable portion of his army, blew
up the Magazine in Atlanta and left in the
nieht ' : '
The 20th Corps nnder;: uenerai oiocum,
took possession of the city, bo Atlanta is
ours and tairiy won
Since the filth of May we have been in
one constant battle or skirmish, and we
need rest ' I
Our losses will not exceed 1,200, and we
have over 300 rebel dead, 258 wounded
W. T. SHERMAN.
A later dispatch from General Slocum,
dated Atlanta 2d, P. 31., says :
The enemy destroyed seven locomotives
and cars loaded with ammunition and
stores, fourteen pieces of artillery, and a
laree number of small arms.
Deserters are constantly coming into our
E. M. STANTON
eecreiary oi v ar.
NEW YORK ITEMS.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
The Tribune says:
Simeon Draper has been commissioned
Collector, vice Barney, resigned.
The steamer Casto Kica, from Aspinwall
26th, has arrived with $350,000 in treasure,
DIED. BOSTON, Sept. 5
Maior Ecid SanUow. of the rebel army,
died in Fort Warren on Saturday, at the
ago of 2 1 years. The deceased was the son
o. George N. Sanders. ' ... .
The Capture at Wilmington, N. C.
A good deal of speculation re
specting the policy of capturing the port
of Wilmington, the only harbor tbe rebels
now hold with any reasonable chance
running its b.-oskade: and, beyond doubt,
as soon as Gen. Sherman has flushed up
his Atlanta campaign- which he is ex
pected to do very soon the national au
thorities will order an 1 assault on and cap
ture of the forts at tbe- mouth of Cape
Fear River. A gentleman recently
from rebeldom, says of the traffic
n - :i : 1 .
V llllllUHIAU . '
This port is, and has tieen, 01 mora im
portance to the Rebels than 80,000 men
id bo to-dav. and it value increases
rlailv. The Commissary Department of
ot the Rebels were importing heavily
provisions when I left there. JMot
than twenty large steamers are running
regularly between Bermuda, Nassau,
The turfnage of each is not less than
of 2.000 barrels. Just think
this! 40,000 barrels flour and pork shipped
from the United States to these islands,
-nil thenee fnr arded into Wilmington.
nndnr one fleet at one shipment r
this data a calculation may be made to
tho time of starvation of the re Otis, tvery
article that can possibly be needed by
rebels, such as arms, ammunition, doming,
Ac, are imported through this port,
v tton. tobacco and naval stores shipped
return as exchange. It has always wen
nnrler to me why the Government
not attack this por. this vital point of
Confederacy. I am well aware 01 lis
lifloat.inna. and they do not compare
.trenirth to those of Mobile. My own
.. . 1 . l : . - u . :i e
ia ihut 1 on r isuer, auiny-tngu. mo -
. . . .1 . 1 .,li
Wilmington, at we mourn 01 tnpo -r
Rior. can easily be reduced by our
there, and this alone will effectually block
ade that port and oe ot more
than holding the VYeldon Railroad,
T ,ni as hv far the most important
made bv General Grant since he crossed
the Rapidan. '
WnrV has coosed on the light draft
itors now building in New York, and
vs tn iinrsArtr a radical change from
original design.- The only vessel of
class yet launched was a failure, but
Government nopes jo aa.oojucvuiuS
of the rest yet, though some of them
very nearly complete
A true man has as much strength u5
as in prosperity. As, in the
of the meon, she sways the tide as power
fully as in her full orb brightness.
Oh ! for a word from Chicago.
The Richmond Examiner of Wednesday
last thus discourses : ,; .
"It may, therefore, be affirmed most cat
egorically, and received as an axiom,
that the doings of the Chicago,
or of the Baltimore,' or of the Cleveland
Convention, or all them put together, are
of no consequence in the world. The elec
tion in November will not be governed by
the sction of thoie politicians in An jsC,
but by the military situation in Novem
ber; and the election in November si irnifiea
just as JitUe a the Cocventiqns ; because
s issue oi war or peaoe must be govern
ed, not by the wishes, policy or protesta
tions of the party in power, but by the
situation of the invading amies at the
close of this campaign ; and by the possi
bility or impossibility of procuring a fresh
armyto undertake inva-ion next year.
Which is the same thing as to' say that the
Yankee nation will light a Soon this ar
gument just as long as it shall be able to
tight us, and no longer. Whether under
Lincoln or. McClellan, in a constitutional
war or an unconstitutional, the1 whole quar
rel between us, and every part of it, and
the time of endinc it and the terms of a-
tling it all abide the inevitable wazer of
Therefore, while fho wh'nln of th en
emy's country is hanging today on the ut
terance of the telegraph wires eager to
know, not so much as whether there U to be
peace or war, as who arc to hava tha prot
its an d epulis of peace or war fur dme
years to come the people of the Confed
erate states may await those revolutions,
not with calmness only but with utter in
difference. It matters sot to ns what
men are to rule or to rob in that country
for the next four years ; and ss to their be
ing for peace or for war, that' depends not
npon them but upon ns ; we shall cause
them to be for the one or for the other,
precisely in proportion as we shall drive
back their armies, or be driven by tl m.
much curiosity nere about the action of
those conventions. It ia . impossible to
avoid looking to them for something that
may serve as a kind ot a sign, showing
what our enemies themselves (or one party
of them) think of their chance of conquer
ing us. To this extent -their proceeding
may serve as a sign, at least for the day
which is passing over our . heads; hardly
for to-morrow ; still less for next Novem
ber; least of all, lor next year.
"Jf the Peace Democrats prevail at
Chicago, it will prove that the Democratic
party generally thinks war played out,
and believes it will have, better chance of
coming into place on a peace than on a war
platform; yut even tnat peace platfomx
could not stand up against the capture of
Atlanta and Petersburg would be swept
out of sight in a moment by the capture of
Richmond. So, if the War Democrats
prevail, and all the parties contending tar
power advocate war -until ' until the sup
pression of the rebellion,' yet that could
not staad airuinst the defeat of Sherman
and the reappearance or Grant's beaten.
remnant, re uifecta, at Washington.
"I'm afraid of lightening," murmured A
pretty young woman during a recent storm.
Well, you may be," sighed her despair,
ing lover, "when your heart is steeL"
With a childhood full of affection, we
may endure half a life in the cold world.
One half of the rebels are "eiven over to
believe a lie," and the other to tell it.
B. HAIE, Banker,
111 Superior St., '
U. 8. Bonds, Gold, Silver, ;U. S. Cotj-
rB urn vs
Bought aad Sold at heat raise,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED '
And Collections m&da at all" accesilble
Kevenie Stamps for Sale.
Oh ! for a word from Chicago. LEGAL NOTICES.
GUARDIAN'S SALE. BY VIRTUE
of an order of sale, iseimd oat of the Probate ,
Court of LSTabnga coan;y, Ohio, oa the 10th day ot
August, lHol, in the .alt of U1-017 tl. Bobinsoa,
Gurdiaa, against Klisa T. Bobioson, May A. fob.
iumm and Harriet T. Koltndoa, minors, are defend
ante, I sheU sell at the door ol the County Court
Uoue, in the city of CitTelat d, Coyaboga eonnty,
Ohio, on the loth day of Sevtember, IS-, at tares
o'chKk f . M , the Mlowiu- deMribed real Mtata,
,tn.te in the townshlnof Cart Cleveland, la th
ooanty of Covahoce n-i state of Ohio, and bond
ed and described as follows: Beginning ia the cen
tre of th. St. U'air road where it crosMS tne uk
lioeof lot 34,7; ihoce South 60 West 11 chains n
link, to Biutcham'. East Un.; thence North ator.r
BittKhaa . ttut line etiain. to noas m a .(one &
in the aruiind for bloKliant'e Kortheaat corner;
.1 uuiti. Mt)I. U'.l A eholn. 70 link, to the
centre between the two tiack. of the lievelaad,
Painivll;e a AshtMio la Uilroad company; inen i
North &V aa.U between uid tracks S chalna S ;
link, to a mist: thence Sooth H'J'V hast IS chain. I.
.18 link. U the a. 1 live ul id lot; tiience South fc
' , . a.oog .sin lot une u i- " -
the plue of bt-ifinninic; eontalntng 3S 3S-1I.1 acre. .
. , i i. , . i... .MrtMl ..a m nS ti, 1
ioi-1 aiinor. by partition, approved by the Court oft i
Coawa Plea, of Cayvga county, Ohio, at tso
tiovemOer Turin llie'eol, A. U. 10O2.
Appraised at per aore.
Tema One-holf down, ualases rs on. and
years, with intenwt. payable annuaHy.
' UUUY Ii UllMIWlV.
Guardian o (1 Minora, Denwdants. 1 ,
BACvvt Nosta, Att'ya. I
seth. loo. , amrStk'ST f
rT".- i"- tv 1 u T7 tit p v - V-
ll.Ji.Air J Jftiifi. 11 UUJaiIJi.iv
O to the command of a writ of Venditioni Bpov...
n , iMued fro the Court f Common Pkas o4
Cuya'ioas county, onio, aaa to me uirecieu, i.
dun wheretn uunry am is iwuumwi J -
Wallace hi Uefcadan t, 1 shall expoM to est. at PO-1" i
lie auction, at tne door of the Court lions, ot 1- -eouuty,
on the Wth -day of September, A. 1. la -
at 1 o cloca r. si. oi aaia tiy, uwiuiw.!".'
ecribed laode aud tenement., to wit: Situate in fi"
Township ol aiiauieoiirs-u, m in. counij oi wij
hnaa and (Stale of Ohio, and l know a a. a part I
aection Sixteen In aaid township, and i. bonmled ar. ai
follows: Beginninc npon tne oootn line oi mo wzii t
tion In the oeutre of lau Watson Bo-d, so callei D ;
thence South SttJ deg. Weet aluug tbe Sooth lias 0n .
Mid Section to the aoutirw i-el corner thereof, tw.
ty-nino and ao-lou cli.ins; inence xiorw 7 -.
teat along the Be. tlon line twenty-six lS-100 chaiuicj,
thence South 81 dug. host thuty-nina a-d 7-Kn
chain, to tb. Norlbweet corner of land owned b -e
E G Waleoeaa; inenov owiin 71 ws.
HM chain.; thence North S deg. Weet fourteea as.,;,
s-i-lOU chains to uie contre 01 auu ro w -....
47. 100 chains, to th. place of begiuung; coatauus
7S and 7i-luu acr-. 01 land. ;
Apprahwa at so,li ou. j
K. 11. Ltwis, sneriB. 1
' By L. B. WaiTsrsr, Kepaty. .1
Los rasjrn as, P''s An y. w
. . .... a 1 Ck 1 e-1A-1 P-
CbrVelftQa, UUaO "
DM I"Nl STRATO B'S SALS
LAND. In pnrs uaacs of an order etT sale t :
sued from the Probate Court of Cuyahoga "'T"n.
Ohio, I .hell oner at public sale, at the door Of r .
Court House in the. city of Cleveland, on the Lj
day of Sopiea sber neat, between the hour, oti
.-.iik a u -ns lit o'clock al.. thefollowiug n
estate, to wit: Situate ia the township of laa
in said county, and bounoeo as Follows : eesi
In the centre of th Plank road, and S chains
ti links westerly along the Plank road near t - .
Camp's sou hweet ooru. r, thence S. 464 deg.
ohsin and 81 tiaka; thence 8. t deg. W. 46 Unk
the tot line; thence s- on 10c line 1 coun 1' -thenos
N. 664 deg. W.S chains and 60 Unks to - '
centre of the inclid Piank road; throe Ndrti- a
deg. B. chains and 10 links to the place of be -ning;
oontaiaing 7 acres, subject to the Ufa a.
of the widow 01 C. K. Oviatt, deceased. f
InnM MdttHW. U- I .1 1 '. 1 1
Administrator de bonis eon of the sstapt of O; -in-Ovlstt.
AOS 11. 1S4-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS L -Proposals
will he received at the office oti
City Civil Kngineer nntil 12 o'clock St., Hot
Sept..:Sth,- for building the superstructure r
bridgtTto cross tbe Canal and Hirer at toe fo( T
Seneca street, ia tho sity of Cleveland. j" "
Plans nnd speudcations may he seen at saitl Sc.
gineer's office, and more pai ticular informatics
tained, on ana alter toe .ma insw t.-
Plan. and proposals will also be received ai.
same time for the superstructOia of said b -both
In wood and iron. s--
Ths Board of dry Improvements and CoXm.
afoners for Onyabora county invite the snbm
of bids, reserving the right to accept ar rejes
same. - I
By order of the Board of City Impro maaiu:
Ormnty Comma .ioorr.. t -r :
City Civil two..
CVvek-d, Aug. 33d, 1804. aa-'