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ucveiaaa Leaner CompaBj.
T two EDmojtf ornirs iinr nriiu
dr.comeut Uil ar oUr xnrn-l aol-abed ta t
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ow iboth by pcrown hpeaal OorramondtiuM, u
D-llj, lrrer-d by earrlar. (aoraln or BtreaiBg)
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it atcrajtlBK the attootlra of taa Aat.raan mop1
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avd v IlkaTy aooa to tapArftfa th. ao4 llnrfs
OI rraoa m.mm or droceofl Imitotioa. m-vw ion.
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mtior -f ha ahtDPiaa' of plaata coavoae. oa
Um Uik of oaptoabrr, at th iow ntea t
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Load aad Qowb amaat Boantloi collected ud
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wlil 1t oar dock for Lah Superior, oa Taaidaf,
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mo rnoertor rub, oa TBaradaj, &yttalr no,
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For irolaht or aaaaK. anply to
JtOB'l HAKlfA CO.,
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APPARATUS CF EVEB1 0ESCRIP1I0I)
ear-Model and SauJl KaohlBrr of all klad
aiad to order.
aMr Plan rrntiblai, Bapalrlug and Jobbtng doaa
wita care and ajspaa.
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Board at the dure. jB.4 -
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1865.
Christian Union the Base of Christian
That they all may be one as we are,
Father, that the world may believe" this
was the prayer of Jesus. Is it not the
platform which the Convocation at present
in aetsion in oar cHy sboa'd tiiumt as their
basis of action? The unity of Christians is
what ia needed in order to home evangel'!
iag. Por the want of such a platform the
Pastorate cannot aocomp iih the desired
of jecb Pastors can not go from home to
home ana preach the gpel aa did the
Apostle i and why T Christian courtesy
pre recta them. They dread intruding on
a brother's field.'
A Christian Commission for the masses
would remove this difficulty. In such an
orgarjjzitioa. we would have in every
eitj a centra of Chriarian union, and ef
fort. Mea baraing -with seal lor tha
salvation of souls whiJi are perishing
- at their r doers ' and within aousd of
the church hells could thus meet together (
and appointing one of their number, or
employing a laborer, could purify a lo
cality. A band of Christian women of all
religious denominations could be organized
to carry the gop by tracts or religious
reading irom house to house. They who
worked together so nobly for the sokiers
when imperilled in the uenches, would not
fall to reach them and others aow that they
axe approachable in their own home. The
efforts of these women would be airectea
to th inducing all to hear tha gospel i
tha church ol thair choice ; their aim would
be to hr leg -etch child to acme Sabbath
school; their sympathy would be mani
toted in caring for tha indigent, and ten
derly regarding the necessities of the sick;
their prayers would .ascend to the homes of
those who resided ia their auission
fieid, ' and . in . the itinerating prayer
meeting which would be established;
Bible reading from , house lo house
would be called into being ; and the young
men e th churches would have work pre
scribed for them in addressing the house
hold prayer meet logs luring the week
and in exhorting at the mission stations on
the Babbath. Evening schools would
spring up where the occupation of the
cpsrativ classes forbad their being edu-
aad otherwise. -
Industrial schools would impart habits
f thrift: temperance addresses end asso-
rialions will not be neglected, and so a field
of work for our Christian females and
.mnir men would be presented, that would,
under God, soon leave the wilderness bke-
aoming tha rose. - .t
The picture is not ideal, it is a reality,
It can be accomplished. It has been ; and
what bs been a ieallty In but one city
n,v be a reality la all. - .. i
eject B few reliable men are Wi-
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1865.
K I - I I 1 V T f r& ET T r t 1 J ftl.iL
K . I It i mTi . t I ff i iiiwn- 1 .H . I VI Si
: i ' " ' i r
ed Id scattered positions throughout the
land, who shall unite., the cburgiie in
localities and organist a we have tlesarib
ed, and these (hail watch oyer tha organi-
x ition and timolaia tbem to oonUaaoui
ttffjrtal' Sea the land fo permeated and
' ihut naliz'a tha Baviour'a commandment
TeriSed: '"Preach ny'gcapel to tmrf
creature." ' i
List of Wells on Pithole.
A eorretpoDdent of tha Eiia Dimatdt
mace on i me I jliowlDe mt of pruoucinar
walla cb PUhola, aad tha agtooat produced
aauy oy eacn, wrucn wui De ueiul lor rei-
rece: 1 ' r
W.ll, e raiv
fto t, Hild B,
v , si T
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iumptia4,' ' tf
Gnat, ' , '
Holm fX, "
Bo. IS, Booker,
' Mor'T, j
K. 7, -Uooakr,
Creek. A new well struck on Stevenson
run, near the mouth of Bannehoff run, was
pumping, at last accounts, thirty barrels
per day. It is expected to prove a hun
dred barrel welL A new well waa struck
at five hundred feet on the 14th insfe, on
lot tbirtv-two. Boa flows one hundred
and thirty barrels per day, and is rapidly
inoreaiirjg. n ktowaea Dy incma jrrotn-
ingham, Esq, of Bxshester, nnd other.
Th famous Sherman well, together with
several others, was burned on Wednesday
lass, xne nre is supposed, to nave oricin
ted from the gas, and as the flre-tpread
to the tanks the oil contained In them at
once spread the fl lines to- the adjoining
well aad buildings. Mr, A H. Cheney,
theSrjpermtendtntof the thermaa wells,
gives an estimate of tb losses, as follows I
Sherman well, (600C : Fertig, $3,000;
B)ph well $500: other losses, including
Duuaines, SJ uou, maktnra total Ol siz ouu.
Toe Sherman well was one of th pioneer
flowing wells, struck March 19, 1862, and
estimated to have produced over half a
million barrels of oiL Damages are being
repaired, and it will commence to pump
again Thursday evening. It is supposed
not to hav been injured by the fire. , ;s
Operation on Sugar Creek are progress
ing favorably, and a new well at the
mouth is reported to be pumping fifteen
barrel. Several wells are in process of
development, with good indications. : ' ,
u: oil operations in urawioru ooontv.
learn that work has been commenced
the well on the Bundel faros, in Spring
township, and the drill has reached a
depth ol about 150 feet, and the drilling is
actively progressing. - Bock was found at
depth of forty leet, pipe being driven
that distance. . Th "show" is .reported by
experienced parties as being very good,
and the company feel confident of finding
in paying quantities. At tb Holmes'
well in Summorhil township,- the drill is
down upwards of five hundred feet, and th
work goes bravely on. The indications
reported as being even better, than
An Unpublished Letter from President
James IT. Hackett, the well-known corn
furnishes C A. Sana, Esq., of tha
Chicago Republican, with the following
from Mr. Lincoln : .....
IiacTmvn MAKsioir, 1
Waihimotoh, JSot. 2, 1863.
Jama H. Hackett :
Jas Cub tia: Tour of October 22, is
received, aa also was, in due course, that of
October 3. I look forward with p' enure
the fulfillment ot the promise made in
former to virit Washington the follow
ing winter and to "call."- -
Give yourself no uneasiness on the sub
mentioned in that of th 22d.
My note to yon l certain ij aia not ex
pect to see in print ; yet I have not been
shocked by the newspaper comments
it. Those comment constitute a fair
specimen of what has accursed me throngh
. I have endured a great deal of ridi
without much malice ; and have re
a great deal of kindness, not quite
lrom ridicule. I am used to it.
Asa companion to the above we give the
previous letter frcm President Lincoln to
r.HackeUi .: - ' - -'
Wathinotom, August IT, I86S (
MTDiAxSia: ontns ago I should
have acknowledged the receipt of your
book, and accompanying kind note, and 1
now have to beg your pardon for not hav
ing done so. ,
Pur one of my age I have seen very little
the drama. The first presentation of
PalslaffI ever saw was yours here last
winter or spring. . Perhaps the best com
pliment I can pay is to aay, as I truly can,
am very anxious to see it again.' Some of
bbskspeare's plays I have never read, while
others I have gone over perhaps as fry
quently as any unprofessional reader.
Among the latter are Lear, Bichard 1IL,
Henry VIII , Hamlet, and erpsoially Mao
beth. I tnink none quel Hacbeth. 1(1
wonderful. TJn like you gentlemen f she
profession, I think the soliloquy in Hamlet
commencing " O, my ofience is rank," sur.
pare that commencing "To be or not to
be." But pardon this small attempt at
eriliciem. I should like to bear yon pro
nounce the opening speech of Bichard the
ThiM.' .. .... . . .
Will you not soon visit Washington
again ? If you do, plees call and let me
make acquaintance. .
Yours, truyly, A. LINCOLN.
JAMES H. HACKETT, ESQ.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The population of Cook county, Illinois,
217,309, of which Chicago has 178,639.
A shootinv affray occurred at tximboro
between McGinnis, (States Bight candi
date for Lieutenant Governor), and Corpo
ral Pike, a returned soldier. Both were
wounded, but neither seriously, nrais.
nis was making a speech, aad soaj remark
about the soldiers caused tne aimcuiiy.
There is a rumor that the Atlantic and
Great Western Kailroad Jcmpeny are
ahout to nurcbase the branch road from
London lo cpringnsia, in oruex vj uiaaa
connection with th Little Miami Bailroad
at tha former place.
The Louisville Press annousce laa
Msior General Palmar and Brigadier Gen-
eral Brisbin bava been indicted tor abduct
ins? slaves, and " otherwise violating ' the
. r T- ffn.- TJ
slave oueot A-oaiuvaj. ii xm .us-
gest that as the President upnotas tren.
Palmer, he also should be Indicted by the
enlightened and patriolia grand juries of
Kentucky. , ;
A tearful affmy ooourred recently near
Borne, Ga Two desparadoea came np to
a church during service time and called
out two of the congregation. Tbey refused
to- oo me out, when the desperadoes com
menced firing at them, killing one and
mortally wounding a hwJy. Subsequently
a souaoof th 29th Indiana, with three
-i,in. Mlnwiarl than, nn and surprised
thn in their house.- The two men, in
company with three sons, made a deter-
mm so ng&fe, miuiag wv w v. "---
but resulting eventually in the death of toe
LATE NEWS ITEMS. Desperate Struggle with a Shark---An
Soldier the Monster in the
Eye, but is Horribly Torn in the Encounter.
[From the New York Herald, 23d.]
A W4?Ba4jxo seehooneriJathariQa
W uox, rrf Jbc Maine, Georee Mcs"ad
den master, being b. uod from New" Yeri
to E ist port and Lubec, fell in, wben oppo
site Southold, L. ., with what is teim-sd a
"dead calm" Tne opportunity seeming
propitious, tbe Captain and a young man
named Peter Johnson, who waa formerly
member of the 1st Maine heavy artillery,
and who was wounded in the neck at
SpotUylvauaradetermioed to enjoy,
ajjt waterbethi t ; P '
.. Jumping info tn wafttrTftirasnot many
minutes when young Johnson says he saw
something "all while," and in an instant he
Was carried under the surface to th depth
of twenty feet. He aow discovered that he
was in the jtws erf one of thoje voracious
man eater sharks. Struggling with all his
Strength, Johnson managed to break away
aad roach the surfae again but th shark
wasaoonafte him, aad continued ito bit
him in various parts Of the body, when the
young man bethought . him of tee sailor
trick of putting hie 4a gers in th shark's
eyes, which he difl.'and -to'' bis Do small
gratia cation soon saw '.be. frenzied .mon
ster fleeing: from him. Johnson now swam
to tnt vessel, and, being- taken aboard, was
found to have been fearfully torn about the
abdomen it lowefsejfiun entirely off
both thigbs and shoulders terribly laoerated.
There bring no windoIget an j where, the
crew took him in the yawl and rowed him
eight mUesflp the -Jitlsge ef. Green portr
drewed by Drs. Kendall, Bryant ana rkin-
er, And bhe youiDg man mad as comforta
ble, under the etrunnataaces, as possible
He is g-rowine worse hourly, and there is
muih chance for his recovery- -
The corn crop hereabouts, as almost
everywhere this yaw, is one of the
best. Potatoes here in tbe. Clay, are
rotting somewhat. Apples 'are scarce, and
second quality where there ore any.; Pas
tores couldn't be .better. . Vines and the
smaller trees have taken on a lueto growth
for next winter which win be a hard one
according to th prophets. I ori 4 County
Very Lucky Indeed.
The Norfolk Post crumbles at th Bich
mend BtdlcHi for speaking qf the peace s
'-Uediar4roiB .oioe ot ttewax." Dis-
strous to whom?' demands the Post
Certainly R was the reverse of disastrous to
tbe South for if the war had lasted much
longer there would have haen nottdy lelt
down there. The Bulletin cugbt to correct
phrase to " the -very - fortunate close of
H. UWood, Ecq of Wood county, has
been nominated aa tbe Union candidate for
Svste KfpreenUV"T frJ5 'be Ottawa and
Wood county district, ia plsce of Captain
Curry who declined the nomination.
The'Sth. Massachusetts,: a colored regi
ment, containing many recruits' from the
West, was discharged at Boston on Hon-
dsy. - -
We are told by some Democrats that if
we bad only three weeks more to work in
we should undoubtedly carry the State.
Coluiitut Stattman.' .." ! ;
We will give them three years, u instead
three weeks, and then they can't earfy
the State. ! -" ''' c ,-.
all . bizi,-.
A correspondent ot the Cincinnati Com-
mete'al gets off the following :
Why is G. W. Morgan, candidate for
Governor, and G W. ..Morgan, the cele-
oratea organist, just alike t isecause taey
both play wind instruments.
The operatic public in London do not
allow the parforoier to have their qwn way.
Even, Oar tot ta Pat i, a general favorita.
a rebuke a short time ago, 'cr refusing
repeat a piece on an encore.- The audi'
nee fpr the rest of tbe evening "withheld
any sign of satisfaction with her perform
"i -'iient(ff witheut
any sign of recognition. Carlotta was so
vexed that she could have boxed the ears
of tbe audience lor their indifierence. ,
General Grant hayina: been asked for
opinion . ot General Morgan, said he
knew ot mm in westroint, ana ne was
remarkable foe two things a retentive
memory rand a great amount of braes.
Tbe former made him master of any
speech he might hear, and the latter en
abled him to deliver the speech, thus car.
lied on, a aia own. Ltacin-aau (Jazetu.
While the English capitalists ware pass
ing through Chicago they passed a number
Irishman.' 'Tne Hiberiaos looked upon
tbera with, aiyhing but love. Three
cheer for the i enians," said one ; "Hur
rah for the green "oats," said another;
Bs' Jabers, but ye'H' see plintyof us
aire long," said a third. Tne inglish-
took no notice of them. " "
CALKiso.uair.iN a oo.-s
USIOH BU3INXSS lNStlfDIE,
A oi.aua, Obio,
Offare iBdooeeioata to Ulo-o dlrjDi of acqalrlng
gvod pr-cUcJ bBiDaMdanatijp,Biich eaprrior
any o'lhar, Oimmaralal Oolleg la th country.
IMaaSaaat 4 aadar th super,
vikioa of ovral of tb. boat toiegraph Ken In th
West, eaablinf, them to obtala itQtlou for their
gradaata mooh nor readily thaa aladlar Inttttu-
A or eJer ear loaiars. addmr at abor.
ationnl UCa Anaaranea Cinpanf,
Blew lork. fiSIAJ-A pfrrarliig.
oapablo aad aohtt 'aiari.ar-ldrDtof01eTaBd,
sat a Biair.l agsot ef th ahova Uonpany.
tltwral (.arms will be nadS with a Bias pMeeeriug
tba-abova liaaratfr reqaiMksa, addnaa H. h
Ibs. Co , ear el Ludib omoe, lor twodays. -.
Fnlnsi Btolbemoexl f an rirele.
AaAegragatoMeatingof th mem ban ot the .bore
Oirol n amaoad f r TLu -sdey erenl ig, th S8ih
lost , at S t. M. Bniine a of th moot vital ia-
Bortaso will be laid balor the meeting, and vry
DQber Is 'rqae ted to preaeat his otd of Bteoi
DMibia. or beiaeognia d by th door-keeper. Do
lor admission. I-t every m aiber be at his post
By order. J. B. VAQ aB,' -
tepgg.( .' t' :!'! J 1 becretary.
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For AJkbe fiaperlwr. The et.aDch and re-
liabl nia -Lady Franklla," Ua plain led Si
HUier, will lean ear dork lor Superior City and
iBtornedatt porta, en Friday, September tth, at
o'elook r. M.
for frtht or page pply to" ' ' '
XlLOHt, PBTTIT 00. '
eepZ7:K4S t-T and 1S Hirer etieot.'
Te rsotera-We awvior aal ta aaantitirs
tUH.U6ai-"hrijd. Boiler' Coa U1n;
aleo, Aalmer'e Pauat t ompo.it.on. th beat and
BMOtdorable extant Al-order by mall promptly
atvasvd to. " kddraa -1BADKB CO., Otoeelaad,
0la. "" "''k ": aagT.
Jeaairy wo-d 0imims bod 0. 8. S per eent. Com.
poand Intenet Mi te, ot lgftd.dmeght atlgehrt
marketrates'byl B.-. VABMiCa CO., Bankers,
No. 4.4t taeriaeatnet, oodor Wed dell Boato.
Imnerlsbable Tewtb ''an tin To th b
leaderad imptrlshabl 7 Unqn'tloB3ly th.) eta.
SwiaBraWdaiiy.wUlewder theeaamot abso
lauly. psopf agal at 4 caj, hardaa tkegwsA aad
expel from the whole deo al appaiatoa every per-
aietottssMsnenslteeleawnt t '' teg9:eod
. Botlce ) Bnlldera. Sealed Proposals Tor
th. eraetloa. at tho haainut alory tor a Bank
BnlkHnrlor tS. ool.ty for BaTiaa,' wi I be re
eetnd aalit Intiray, tSth lost., at (Pe ock A.
si. Brawbxe and tpMiteatioBa may be n, and
any desired explanations obtained, at the office of
Hard Blytba, Arc hi tenia. Cam Building.
PropoMl. aaj be left with It. 0. Tounglore, at
easOfloe. J08PH FBBK1K4,
at. O. T0DOi.0V"JC,
A. b eroNB,
Mpg6:24S Building Cemmittee.
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b Tor Saie-soe tens lee tog sals nt qaa
tttlea to nit ptunhai.rs.
K09X a PBBJTTI3S,
gepUdMC t ' 1U aaa It Oatarto (trees,
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
An Important Circular.
The South Carolina Convention
Rumored Arrest of Howell
Particulars of the Mutiny on
the Ship Calhoun.
Guerrilla Depredations Renewed
Sale of Government Vessels.
Fire at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
One Person Burned to Death.
The Fenian Movement.
Reported Counterfeits on the
National Banks Not True.
Board of Examining Surgeons
for the Pension
GOLD LAST EVENING 144.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
COLUMBUS, September 27.
The following important circular has
been usued by order of tbe Governor :
Stats, ot Oma "
JlgCTJTiygDxrARTMKjrr, COLUMBU!, j.
September 27, 1865. 'J
Attention is respectuUy called to the
following extract from a communication
irom Brevet Brigadier General W. Hoff
man, rommissary General of Prisoner to
Mr. Wetmore, Ohio Military Agent at
To relieve soldiers who' are entitled to
eommntalion of rations for the time they
were held by the rebels as prisoners of wan
from the great expente which attends their
ob'-amsng this allu wanes through agents, I
would respectfully suggest that you notify
allenlisted men from your Stste, having
such claims, to forward them tb you Li
presentation to this Bureau. When thel
claim eh all be found to be correct, the ce
tlfleate will be made out and delivered to
you, upon presenting which, accompanied
tne proper vouchers duly signed by the
soldier, to the Gorxmissary General of Sub
rtteuce, he will order payment by a check
payable to the order of the soldier to whom
tbe commutation is due, thus saving to the
soldier the amount otherwise paid to claim
EulUted men who are discharged or yet
tbe service who have such claims against
the Government, would do well to forward
them amvtijr to jauic o. w-qm-w. oi.hi
Military Agent, Washington, D. CL, who
will furnish advice and all needful assis
tance without charge. , , ,
By order of the Governor. ,
(Signed) SIDNEY D. MAXWELL,
The hackmen of Colnmbus who have
been on a atrik during the past week,
having failed to coerce the Council and the
citizens to submit to their demands, appear
the streets again to-day, ready for busi-.
nest on the o'd terms.
FROM OIL CITY.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
The Burlington well, on the Hyde &
Egbert farm, Oil Creek, struck to-day, and
flawing at the rale of three hundred and
fifty barrels daily.
GEO. W. PITTOCK.
Associated Press Report.
Mutiny on the Ship Calhoun.
NEW YORK, September 27.
Thirty tbree of the crew of the ship
Calhoun were arraigned to-day, charged
by thecap-ain with mutiny. It appeared
from the complaint that on the 21st of
September there was a quarrel between
the cook and some of tbe crew. The boat
swain interfered to protect the cook, and a
join assault was made on tbem. Seeing
the excited state of anairs the boatswain
retreated aft, where he was joined by th
mate. The two officers armed them
selves and came back, and after warning
the crew, fired two or three shots, wnich
took fatal effect. The captain came out at
this time and tha crew demanded of him
that the officers should be put in Irons or
tbey would hang them. The Captain
complied with their wishes and ironed the
twain. On Dealing this port the crew
tock out the ifficers and placed them in
the wheel house, keeping guard ever them
till they arrived at this port. The crew,
on the other hand, say that tbey were most
foully used and kept short of ratios s, and
what they did have was badly caoked. . On
the day in question the food was unfit to
eat and tbey went to the cook for better.
He replied that it was good enough for
tbem and assaulted one of them with a
large fork. The boatswain here Interfered
and was driven out of the galley. ' The
crew say that th difficulty was now ended,
but the mate and boatswain armed them
selves and fired among the crew and
passenger without an instant's warning;.
Bxasperated at this and fearing more vio
lence at their hands, they did insist ou the
Captain locking them up till they arrived
here. 1 '
The case was set down for examination
on Friday next,-- " " ..T. . ,
Sale of Government Vessels.
NEW YORK, September 27.
of naval vessels at the Brooklyn
Navy Yard took place at noon in front of
the Naval Lyceum. Vessels brought un
usually good prices, and Some of them were
sold for more than cost The following
vessels were sold : Geo Msugnam, $7,000 ;
Arthur, $11 500;-Kitlakinny, $20,600; B.
Chamber, $22 2u0 ; Btcer, $9.500 ; State
of Georgia, $62 BOO ;' Donegal, $89,000;
Fort Jackson,-$108,000; Sweet Briar,
$11400; Com.. Hall, $16 000; Shokokou,
$23,100;. Daylicht, 19,500; Bohio, 6,900.
Total amount of sales, $387.800.. Several
vessels were withdrawn from the sale. . -
Death of Hon. Wm. J. Doane.
PHILADELPHIA, September 27.
The morning papers announce the death
ot Hon. Wm. J. lioane, aged eighty-five
years. He was Secretary of the Treasury
President Jackson, and resigned his
office rather than consent to the removal of
the deposits from the United Str-.tes Bank.
Southern News. NEW YORK, September 27.
i The Charleatoa . papers of the 23d are
i The followine: is Ihe clause of tha const!
tution ss adopted by the convention by a
vote of 98 to 8:
The slaves of South Carolina .'having
"i uc iBcto emancipated oy tne action
ui tne united states, neither slavery nog
involuntary servitude, except ' as punish.
ment for crime, whereof the party shall
"""a uaiy conTtctea, snaji ever be re
established in this State. - .
- i An ordinance to repeal the ordinance of
evasion was then ratioed.
. 'At the aeae ion on tha 221.ni.
taken on the nronosition to maba th. -.;.
of representation of the State rest upon
tbe whole population, irrespective of color,
and it was rejected by a large mojority,
leaving the clause as reported by the
committee making. the white population
wvua uiu uaeia oi rHomenutioD. .
A corresrionderit of tha IlK.rlo,,,
Oourfer, writing from Sumter, says': Tne
late struggle has unquestionably entailed
on usr and our pesterity a Jong train of
evils. We are now npon the threshold of
a penal experience which will be protract-
jut f n r , , ... ...
j oaia. x ne ices or tne pusuc records
may ue classed amsng tbe almost irrepara
ble disasters. ' In this particular Hnnth
Qafolina has 'greatly suffered. This 8uie
recordi and papers of importance are gone
forever-.' Some of the districts. Clarendon
rbr instanoa. have had- tho .nii-.
df their district office destroyed ; titles,
deeds, wills, judgments and decrees, have
ausppeared in tha names or war.' And
how much con fui on, bow much litigation,
bow much perplexity and "embarrassment
and perhaps of in justice and fraud may
uu. bji uiis involve.
NASHVILLE, September 27.
A gang of thirty or lurts auerrillaa rutar
Spriogtteld, Roberts ; oounty. vesteidav
uiuivuueu tuuisoruninate robberie and
murders upon residents or. that ooontv.
fbomas J.. Payne was killed, hia hocaa
robbed and his iamiry outraeed at Adama'
Station on the Edgefield and Kentucky
road. They plundered all whom thev
caught Bibert Dorsey was banged to a
tree and then dragged on the around un
til one eye was torn cut of lis socket. Wm,
Adams was severely beaten by robber.
The exact nu nber of the band js not known.
It is believed that Harper,wbohas for some
time psat been in the vicinity, is its lead dr.
NEW YORK, September 27.
Tho customs dtmind for Gold continues
active, and the premium tends upward.
The quotations this morning ranged from
144 to 1441. The Kangaroo this mornina?
tack out auout $300,000 in gold, chiefly in
uara. aus Asia, irom nonoXL takes no
Base Ball Club.
BOSTON, September 27.
The game between the Atiantia Club of
Brooklyn, and the Harvard University
Ulub was played on the Common to day in
presence of ten thousand spectators. The
Atlantic batted heavily, but Herded loosely,
the Harvard fielded nicely and feel nrond
of their score. The too re stood a follows :
Atlantic, 58; Harvard, 23. ! -
WASHINGTON, September 27.
Commodore Wm. Bad ford, recently
commanding the North Atlantic squadron,
uas oeen appointed commandant ot tha
Washington Navy Yard.
Rumored Arrest of Howell Cobb.
NEW YORK, September 27.
Tbe Post's Washington special say : It
believed in Washington that Howell
Cobb has been arrested oa a charge of par
ticipation in the Anderson ville atrocities.
TAUNTON, MASS, September 27.
Wm. Bay lee, lormerlv Member of
Congress, died in this city this morning,
BOSTON, September 27.
The steamer Bosphorus from Liverpool
Soptember 9.b, arrived here to day, bring-
NEW YORK, September 27.
The stock market continue to exhibit a
strong upward tendency, but side interest
increases. .. .... -.,., v. -c. -. ; . . i
Government stocks are neglected, but
they hold their own.
Gold interest bonds are til firm except
10 40i, which are one-eighth lower.
Seven-thirtleS show an improvement,
with but a moderate business ' ' ' '
State stocks were more active. ' Virginia
Sixes were one half better. ' North Caro
lina Sixes improved one-half. :
Tbe stock market was firm on the street
after the one o'clock call, but tbe only fea
ture was the movement on which Central
carried the stock from 1 to 115. There
was a reaction afterward lo 114.
At the second board the market was
somewhat excite', and higher prices gen-
ally were made in the railroad list, with
at active demand for stock, particularly on
Michigan Southern and CenlraL - "
Coal stocks are also jn demand. Dela
ware & Hudson Canal sold at 146 ; Amer
ican 77$,' and Central 61td61. . At the
Board there was a perfect rush for stocks
generally, particularly Beading, old South
ern, Pittsburg and Hudson. The market
was weak on "Erie and Beading, but firm
in the balance of the list, with a rise of
per cent, ' oh Hudson . and Pittsburg.
There was a large business transacted du
ring the session. j " .
The following were the closing quota
tions at 4:30 P. Ms New YoTk Central
95J-.95J; Erie 88s88, Hudson Biver 110a
110; Beading 114all4 J ; Michigan Cen
tral 114; Michigan Southern 71; Bock
Island 11111,; Northwestern 38? do.'
preierred 6363 ; Fort Wayae 99al00 i
Pittsburg 73a73.' " .
The following was to-day received at the
office of the United Slate Treasurer: To
tal receipts of $740,384 69. Tctal pay
ment $1,412,670 BO. .Balance $70,894,719.
Tbe receipts include for customs $839,000,
lor account of loan $112,000. ,
. The money market is moderately active,
but the supply increased more rapidly
than the demand. Te general rate on call
is 5 per cent, and many of the brokers
could not loan their balance at this rate.
More commercial paper offering, and less
disposition to discount, which ranges at 8
to 10 per cent..-. ,. -n . . r
A rumor of a loan and contraction were
reported to-day on the street, but they fell
short of the desired effect, ,
Movement downward . in dry ' goods
in domeetio cotton factories; has been ar
rested for tbe time being, and the torn is to
favor of seller. Standard ' sheetings have
advanced -to 36 cents a rise 6 cents per
yard, frem the lowest price. Bleached
goods, and .' prints are all up, but not so
much so as the brown floods, v There is
more business doing at the improvement,
but the demand is fair. . The trade is now
going, through the usual lull which, in
variably occur between early and lata
demands. A large business was confidently
anticipated in October.
BOOT AND SHOE TRADE.
; There is still a vary active, traia jn fc?
boot and. shoe business. Prioes are well
sustained and rule very high. Tbe South
has taken an enormous amount of goods,
aad the demand from-that quarter has been
beyond the expectation ol the most san
guine. Manufacturers are engaged on
orders, and are largely sold ahead of the
... , ,, ... ,-
, la foreign ntbrios there is leas doing, and
prioes are not full ap to the highest paint,
but there ,is not pressure to sell. Stock
light, and ia demand, which would prcba.
by cause k rise to prices, especially in th
seasonable and desirable style of dr
goods. .! : .; w eir-j ". i .,-...
THE COAL TRADE.
1 Th coal trad continues active, and the
sapply of Anthracite coal is not eoual to
. 1. 3 , ,
we aemana. -
J Labor has been resumed on the Dela
ware 4 Hudson i canal and , the Pelaware
aad Laca wanna road. The Penntylvania
Coal Company .willjirobably follow Buit.
Tb miner were compelled to yield to the
term or tha , companies,, and there! ore
gained nothing by the strike,
The export movement to petroleum con.
tlnueg lively, and five, more, vessels have
oeen laid in the booth within the past few
days, the capacity, of which is nineteen
Crude oil advanced to-diy to 39J40&
. .. . . .
The receipts at this port since January
1st are 394,903 barrel, against 548,721 bar
rels in 1864, ' . , ' '
Exports from all 'he ports within the
same period are 14,717,970 gallons, against
28,258,829 gallons in 1864, and 21,561,127
gallons to 1863. -
, The cotton movement continues large.
Thirteen hundred bales arrived here with
in the past three days.
The JXicbigsu Central Bailroad earned
the third week in 'September $105,302 ; in
1861 $88,972, an increase of $16,430. '
The Beck Island direc'-ors to-day de
clared a divilend of 5 per cent ' ' '
I Sterling exchange quiet, and qioted at
106109.- i i " ' : - i : -
Gold closed at 143sl44. ' "
At the Petroleum Board sales were:
Pithole Creek 825, Webtter 120, Ham.
McCluscock 240, Buchanan Farm 104,
United States 2825, Oil Creek 200, South
ard 66, Cherry Bun 24, Xxcelrior 72.
THIS ST. LOTJIS yiSITORB IB? HBTW T0BE. '
The St, Louis visitors visited the public
institutions on BandaU and Blsck well's
Islands, accompanied by commanders Bell
and Brennan. ' -
The steamship Kangaroo which arrived
at this port last Saturday, from Liverpool,
landed over one hundred and fifty laborers
and factory hands, from England and
Ireland, who come seeking employment
in the great manufacturing cities of Hew
Gray, a merchant doing busi
ness at 102 Beekman street, was found
drowned last night. Ha wae sixty-f ye
The question of taxability Stat -
thority of the share of stockhoW- i
Natienal Banks will be adjudicated before
the Court of Appeals at the present session
which convened yesterday. It goes upon
wo different appeals ; one from the third,
and the other from the fifth Judicial District.-
". . - . -.
The Supreme Conrt of the third district,
decided unanimously, at the judicial ma.
but week, that such shares-are exempt
'from btate taxation. ' ,' ' ,
FENIANS IN IRELAND.
NEW YORK, September 27.
The Herald has a Dublin -letter dated
September 14, which says the national ex
citement produced in Ireland by the report
f an intended invasion by armed bands,
or an army of American citizens, extends
every day since the close of the harvest
season, or tbe last days of July and tbe
commencement of August. I have visited
the chief counties for political information
ia the provinces of Monster on Connought,
and invited inquiry as to how far tha peas
antry might be expected to co-operate with
the Trans-Atlantic Liberals, and the result
of the investigation convinced me that
tbey are in almost every portion of .this
Island. The musters are held in placet
almost inaccessible to the police without
their advent being discovered. Tbe drills
are for the most part ia the neighborhood of
the mountain ranges of Tipparary, Kerry,
or Limerick, or to the broad plains of Kil
dare, Cork and Waterford. '
1 have had no means of ascertaining
with any accuracy the number of enrolled
members no to this branch of the Fenian
organization, but so far a I have been in
formed they do not fall short of 140,000.
The writer' then enumerate' England's
means of repression. Pabiin, Cork, Wa-
terford, ' Limerick, Belfast, Londonderry
and all the important point of the bland
are held by regular troops, militia, police
or artillery, and a frigate of war with some
gunboats within an hour's sail of Ban try
Bay. The British force in the Island might
be estimated in a rough way thus : Troops
of the line, cavalry and infantry, 9,000;
Brtillery,2,500 ; veteran co7p,3l,000 ; mili
tia, 15,000; constabulary and county po
lice, 1,400; national police ' armed and
dfilled.a,200; total 73,700. 1 .
WASHINGTON, September 27.
Special to the Herald: Hon. T. C.
Theaker, Commissioner of the Patent
Bureau, has returned to the city after a
brief visit to Ohio. -- .-
Governor Bamsey, of Minnesota, is in
GRANT LAND MAPS.
Maps of States showing the grants of the
lands made in aid of the railroad that tra
verse them, sre now "ia-progress of pre
paration at tha! JBeneial Land Office, and
it' it understood " they will be,': in
corporated to the annual report of the
Land Department,' It will be i marked
feature in the forthcoming work.
The World's speciaJjays: General How
ard telegraphs from Lynchburg that he is
p regressing well on his inspection tour, and
will be in Washington to a few days. '
Complaints of the ill-treatment of the
freadmen to lower Maryland have reach
ed the Bureau, and Governor Pradford's
attention was called to it.
The PrHi.- hi grv.ted one hundred
and twenty-Jive parcunk principally to
persons who come under the $0,OCO clause.
The clerical force at the Executive Man
S'wn axe very busily engaged, in making
out warrant oi pardon for the list just
granted. . , .
NEW YORK, September 27.
j The Tribune has a letter from Mstamo-
rat, dated the 31st, which says :
The tuooeas met with by the force under
General Escatedo has eneouraged. the Lib
eral party to fresh effort. Camargo.bas
now a good force of aoout 600 man, among
them twenty-five or thirty .officer who
nave served to the United States or late
Confederate States aimiaa. A second body
oi soma 500 mea is now at ilier, twenty.
one miles from. Camargo, and at ether,
points south of the place are bodies of 200
and 300. Ia all there is a force of 2,500
ready lor tha next blow to be struck at tha
enemy. The next move to. be made; will
bn down the Bio Grande to attack this
place. . For it will be nude before informa
tion can reach the enemy, by a dashing at
tack,., A force of 2,000 oonld take the place,
rbr some of " the men to i will not fight,
The French to these parts do not number
more than 2,000, and are . posted to this
way: One battalion of the legion is in
Monterey under Colonel Jeeninger, and it
corps ol mounted rifles, is on the roads lead.
ine to the place. This handful nf m.
Iould not aid Matamoras jn case f an
ttack. . . . ' " .
The French gunboat Tactic ue - baa ar
rived off tha road aad lie with the rest of
the naval force under GommMder Captain
COllett, i;-, '
Another . letter to the Tribune -dated
September 7th, says the entire force of
Liberals lying about San Juan: Biver has
b en put to motion, but their plans are not
known yet. They may be to attack taar
place at once, or to operate to the stale of
Neweon, which lies to the west of this
place. : -., : i ;
Cortinas, after a good deal of insubor
dination, baa been forced into the traces
and is now acting with th intention to do
some deed of note. To day he crossed from
th left bank of the Bio Grande with his
command, estimated at from 400 to 600
man, and three rifle gunt those, delivered
to him some time ago, by order of Gen.
Steele. I thix.lt an attack will be made
upon this place within three days, and
that if any other movement be made it
will be , a feint only. r In fact, the
Liberals must have this place. Its money
could refill the army chest, and would be
a port of entry, from which small toooDw
could be derived from duties. As long as the
French force in the country is not greater,
a sort of a war can be kept up by the-Lib
eral government, for th extent of territory
is so vast that the enemy can only hold im
portant points, aad can not spare men to
act in the Held. ' The enscrry then can put
down war, but the want 'of means can
keep them together for a short time, but
not a .org time. . It is likely that the Lib
erals can hold cut, with some aid, for
twelve to eighteen mont longer. 'As long
as the seal of government can be held, the
government will exist, and there will be
just cause to continue the war. It k
thought for some time to come.
fe, until the French can extend their
posts and send a column of 6,000 or 8,000
good troops against it, which they cannot
do until tbey are reinforced from linma
mont is by no means easy and can onlybe
had at long intervals. It i some time
since anything has been- heard from
Chihuahua and the General to command.
Officers in this aad contiguous State are in
ignorance of what is going oa at th Capi
tal. If it ia safe, it is also necessarily
out off by the nature of the country and tha
distance from communication with the
force which BUnlater Coaara Xegrita ought
to direct, which are therefore left to them
selves to act as they tee fit. The situation
ef the Liberal party is certainly very crit
ical, and I can't help thinking that 10000
Sresh troops would destroy the last sem
itones of a government. This place Is in
a state ot some suspense at the coming' at
tack, but the garrison under Mrjia is on a
FORTRESS MONROE, September 25.
- Under directions irom the Quarter
master's Department, the remeval of a
large amount of ammunition, comprising
ordnance stores and two hundred barrels
of powder, from the storehouses on the
wharves at Portsmouth, was commenced
to -dry to relieve the inhabitants of the
apprehension of the possibility of an ex
plosion. . ,
POUGHKEEPSIE, September 27.
i The barns and stables belonging to D.
P. Wheeler's hotel at Washington Hollow,
was burned last night. The Dutchess
County Fair had opened the day before
and many valuable hones were burned,
Including one team worth $3,000, belong
ing to Jos. K alley. Several persons slept
to the barn. There are three boys missing,
one of them is known to be burned to
death, another who escaped was very badly
burned. '. ....
BALTIMORE, September 27.
The Bichmond and Petersburg papers
received to day. .. The majority of the forty
Odd candidate for Congress to Virginia
appear remarkably outspoken in their
avowal of opinions. Tha oandifcata from
the Fredericksburg district, ofj whom there
are three, Messrs. Christian, Douglas and
Curtis', addressed a meeting at Lancaster
Court Hoars. Mr. Christian discussed the
question of eligibility- He spoke of his
efforts in favor ot the Union as a Belt and
Everett elector to 1860; of hi foresight o
evil of eeension and dSunion, of the
warning which he gave the people. He
spoke of hi devotion to Virginia, hi ter.
vice to the Senate during the war, aow he
did all in his power to sustain the State
c He also spoke of his eligibility, and
showed that he stood on the m plat,
form with all other candidates, except Mr.
Curti's, none of whom could take the test
oath. ... - ' ,,.
- i - . t : . i v. ") .
' Mr; Caitis next addressed, the paoplr.
He had always been a democrat of the
strictest sort. He had always beea.rp.
posed to tbe heresy of secession. Ha served
to the convention at Bichmond to 186i,and
voted against the ordinance of secession,
but under instructions from the people had
voted tor its ratification. .. He ; voted
at the polls against it, and had always op
posed it since tha Tise of nullification to
South Carolina. ' 1 ' . ' . -
A Lynchburg, Va, paper says ; Under
general orders issued, at Bichmond some
time since, tha meeting proposed to be
held this morning, to make arrangements
for getting up a petition to tha President
to behalf of Jefferson Davis, cannot be si.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
NEW YORK, September 27.
The Times Washington special says Uu -Cabinet
meeting to-day was brief, but war
mOTB fllllw .H.n. V.W tha h . ... .
than ha been the oase for six weeks past,
all th-. Panrnf ri. K-inM Km m-.
retery Harlan, who aaa jut left on a visit .
to Iowa. '..- . , .. .
j! ourtaaa root Office were resmened fat .
th ial. rebellion states to-day, tea of r
which are :Ur Soma Carolina, includina; !
, -vouej-Tiuo vuun , uouse and Chester
uoun nouse. .. , ;
i David Atwater, the Qaarteraiaster't ens. r
ployee. . who purloined part of the Andar- 5
abnvUle records, ha been tent to Auburn, -Dew
York State : prisoa lor ejghteen ,
month by the order of Major bwerei
Augur. :,r. '.
Th Herald' rpecial lay it is currently
reported inat uenorai urteg, wno win do
eonslitutional. successor oi President Jsu-a
rex to a few months, ha succeeded ia ef-'
f i a. . h.-a lyl.il f.il- , V, Rrtll K I
. ui j fcu " r
licAxt Government in Mexicio, based on th "
security ot confiscated property. It i well
known that to Ban Francisco several hon- "
dred thousand-dollart hare recently beeor -subscribed,
and it m thought here if the
loan was properly put before the pnblic it '
would gain very largely in amount. Since ;
label loan was negou&iad openly, both to .
Paris and London, neither the French or
British Government could orject to a JAe.
ican Loon being taken to this country. The
Mexican Bepublioans want money rather .,
more Ahan men. , r
j la conformity with an act of July, 1862, I
she ComaiiBuoner of Fdtuions has appoint-. ,
d about iht hundred examining sur-' ;
geofiafor that bureau, who are so oistribu-
ted throughout the country that any ap- ,
plioant .tur pension on physical grounds
need not go more than twat ly miles at the
greatest distance to procure a proper ex- ''
amination ot his bodily ailments. This
list of surgeons is now being closed up. To- j
day were appointed Joba S. Hilljer, of
Hil-sborougb, Illinois, T. T. AllUg, of ',
Neoga, Iilmois, Jaaaaa- H. Mazweli, of
Haanorv Illinois, Bobert H. Culveruon,
of Bowling Green, Ludiaoa, J. 1. Bells, tf -Spencer,
Indiana, W. O. Meagher, of Tom
kinsvUley New York, J. L. Smith, of Lex- .
ington, Kentucky, J. W. Parker, Somerset,
Musouri, S. tjboukv of Laclede, Missouri, ''
(Jhjeter Harris, Macon, Missouri, Wm. i
T. Baker, of Ann. Arbor, Michigan. .
t Fr the ncOumramMt nL inrm. -.hy.
have applied, or intend to aoolv. to tha
Secretary of the Treasury far clerkship to ,
hi Department, H should be known that .
all applications are filed and pigeon holed, I
and wiil sometime come up lor consider- -tion.
. About ten. Uwuaand aDDlicatkina ,
have already accumulated and a majority
ot which have been received since the ..
disbandment of the army. All of tbem
are deserving and oome well reoommeaded.
I B. xorkaAUee, of theNavy iJeDartment,
returned this morn is e troa a tour ot in-
s paction to the Maiiut ' Hospitalk of the '
east, west and south. He . will probably I
recommend the sale of Marine Hospital
owned by the United States and tbe abaa- .'
donment of the expensive system of keep
ing up an estebUsnaent in which not half .
a oozsn patients are annually admitted, and
tbe contracting with estabushed hospitals
for tnq treatment of all Government
patients. ' .. , -
la tne list of passena-er tost on the "
Brother Jonathan a few weeks a?o. waa
the name of Dr. A. G. Henry, figured as .
tha newly appointed Governor oi Wash
ington Territory. .Under the appreaen-
tion that a vacancy was occasioned by his
death. - The authorities have been impor-
tuned by scores of persons for the position.
To end ail expectation ot the kind, it may
be stated that neither Dr. Henry nor any -
one else have been appointed. Governor -
ricaermg is still Uovernor of,' Washicgion
Territory and bids fair to remain sou
1 Tbe Tribune s sdecial says: Francis
Smith, of Alexandria, Va formerly a par
ticipant in the rebellion, having received .
nardnn frnm tha PMiiilAnl Haliv.-yl - . .
and elaborate argument to day. before .
Judge Underwood of the United State
Court of Virolnl-. AnrtiMvnnnt. . ny .
his eligibility to practice Jaw before any . -
court in the Union without taking tne or- -dinary
oath, prescribed bylaw, totheet-
feet that ne' had never sympathized with
or aided the enemies ot the United States. '
Smith asaerta that he cannot consistently
take the prescribed oath and argusg thut
and penalties of hi apcs'.acy.
wudgeunandier, Attorney uenerai for
ueoiate, will repiy to-morrow, um will
assume that each court should decide hia .'
claim tc practice before it, a thev think
J.VVB. .U. . ,UUIW V. 1 Uilii. , .
against whom action had been taken pre-, '
vious to the President's amnesty proclama
tion for the coufitcatioa of their property, -are
now having tbe same duly restored as .
applicant to tbe courts, and on paying tho '
costs incurred by its libel and seizure by
the government. - - a .
'Tbe second controller or the Treasury '
has decided that ia order to entitle soldiers
discharged lor wounds to the whole of the ''
bounty, as 11 tbey bad served, their full.
time, as provided by section 4 of the act of -
March 31, 1865, the wounds for which they
were discharged most have been received ' '
during tbe term of enlistment which they
wera.aervmg: out wben cucharcred. A ..
discharge for a pre-existing disability, or
for a wound received to the service under
a previous enlistment, does not bring- the
soldier within the intent of the law.
From New York.
NEW YORK, September 27.
The ship Calhoun, from Liverpool 18th -wita
merchandize and . passengers to,
Spoffard & Co , arrived yesterday.
August 14th. While in the river Mr.
Bichard Qua,- steward, committed suicide
by taking poison, and was buried at Liver
pool. September 1st, Frederick Jargesren
committed suicide by jumping overboaid. "
September . 19th, Francis Williams,
second officer, died of brain fever. -,
September 2.1. The crew to a state of"
mutiny made a combined attack on the
cook of the ship, and during the melee Jas.
Malone, seaman, was shot, .
- September 26 Eagaged thetugSeth
Low to go for naval assistance. She re
turned at 2 P.M. with the United States ,
revenue cutter Crawford, with the Captain
Kellum to tow. The captain of the cutter
found the ship's crew to a state of mutiny,
and two ol the officers to the state-rooms '
to the wheel-house, over which the crew "
had guard Static-Bed. He immediately
released th imprisoned officers and placed
all the crew to irons, and remained by the ;
ship till she arrived at the city and had tha .
men put into the hand ot the proper aa
thorilies. - -': . .
Counterfeit Fives a Mistake.
PHILADELPHIA, September 27.
' It is believed here that tbe report about
counterfeit five on the First National
B ink of Washington, and the First Na- .
tional Bank of Indianapolis, is a mistake. .
Tb notes of the First National Bank of
Washington were printed from the fint ,
plate engraved, and some change having ,
subsequently been made, leads to the rep. '
etitionof a report-which has freqaently
been made before. . ,
LOUISVILLE, September 26.
' The tjulbn Press announces the indict-,
vent of Major General Palmer and Brig- ;
adier General Brisbin for abducting slaves
and otherwise interfering with th slave '
laws of Kentucky. It suggests that as tbe '
President upholos those Generals he should V
by all means be indicted by an enlighteni g '
and patriotic grand jury
NASHVILLE, September 26.
- Counterfeit fives on the First National.
Bank of Indianapolis, also the First Na
tional Bank of Washington, D. C, were
circulated here to day.. Tbey are the first
seen, and are well calculated to deceive. '
Tbe Ohio- StaUma is able to publish
in leas less than a quarter of a column tb
name of all tha Ohio soldiers who hav
announced their intention to vote for Gen
eral Morgan and the "white man's ticket."
It would require all its issues from now
to tbe day of election to print tbe names cf
th Ohio soldiers who will cast their voUf
for General.Cox and the ticket of Unit n
and liberty, on tbe second Tuesday of October.
A fire at Marion on Thursday destroyed
five stores. We have not as yetleaiatd .
the amount of the lot!, but U U reported
to be heavy. ,. .