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FfllDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1865,
"N. J -W ! "ana "Tl
nxj Frederick J. prentiss, cierk
-L or lk Goaxt o( Cemmoa Plea within aa tor
th Gouty of Cnyahoia aad State of Ohio: It It
c nUnd that tba Coarte of the Foarth Jsdical I
Klatrlet tk ft :bm of Ob to. fjc IBa year less,
iMmaar. sat tr nnn t- soiiowtt
FIRST S(TBDI VISION.
It TBI dim i ow Barrator Cogar.
Oa atoadiy tks Ml day of April.
Ob Monday tk 6th day of rVraWT.
Oa Mi bob the 14th raj of M-y,
Ob Moaaay lha let day of October.
Ia tbb Ooran or B vaos Drawer Ootntr.
Oa Moaday tk tota day of Apt 11.
(J Oawaoa Puas.
Oa Moaday tne M'h day or Febnary.
Oa Taaaday lb lath day of Jans.
Oa Monday tba lstk day of owber.
IB TBB OOUBTT o lOC.B DlSTBUJt COUBT.
On Moaday tbalstfc day of April.
Oa Monday Ika 19ik day of Febrnary.
Ob Moaday tba 21at a y of May.
ua Moa ay tba l&ib da of O.tobar.
Ia tbb Oodbtt ot Bibmkit Dibtbict Ooobt.
Ca rrldaj tba BXh daj or aptU.
Oa taoaday th 6ib day of February.
Oa Moauay tba TtB day of May.
Oa Moaaj tba 11 4ay of Oclobar.
la tbb OovaTT or OraowA Diaraiot Covar.
Oa Tkanday tba tk day of ApiU.
OOBHOa f LBAt
Oa Tanday tk Ktb day of If area.
Oa Tua-day taa 6th day of Job.
Oa Taaday tbiaXltk day of Cctobar.
Ia Taa Oonrt or Loam Diitkict Oocbt.
Ob Monday tk t7ik day of ABgaat.
' " Ooaaoa Puab.
Oa Taaaday tk 2Ttk day of Febraary.
Oa Taaodar tba tb day of Hay.
Oa Taaaday tklSlb day of Horvmbar.
Ia tbb Oovbtt or If ibiba Dmtbiot Otcbt.
Oa Wodaaaday tb 3tk day of Abcbbi.
Oa Taotday Ik SOtk day of Fabraary.
a ' aaaday tb Sal oay of May.
Oa Taaaaay tka bvtk day of Uolobar.
la TBB Ooubtt or Bubbit Duibst Oooat.
Cb Fildty tka (lat day of Aa(at.
Oa Taaaday tba totk dy of Jaaaary.
Oa Tataday tba lat day of May.
Oa Taaadaf tba lata day of October.
Ia tbb OorjBTT ar Cvraaoet Virraio Coaar.
Oa 1 bai aday tk 6tb dy of Baptaaibar. .
Oa MoBday tka lltk day of rabraary.
Oa Moad.T tba lttB day of May
oa MoBday tba i2.k day f aor aibar.
Wltaaaa tba offlelal alaoaturaa of ail lb Jodgaa
ofaaij Foarlfc judicial Ulairict, at tba Oobbiob
r.aa- Olrrk'a Hale, la tba Oity of Clsadaad, I
B'dOayakxcBCDaaty, hit Hat day at SaUBjbaj,
TATuOK. I I
.oorririBlBBT.5 J.d(Ma j
OB FOuTjc. f alorauBld. I
TBOMAS XOLTOff, (
BMValidON olifcKH. I
TBS STATS OF Oalu I I, Frdrick J. Fraa
OuwAaaoaA .Oovbtt, at j lia..C0!k oi th t oart
OoBUBoa PWaa of aald loamy, do baraby oar illy
tka foraBOlag to ba a true iopy ol tba oiiginal or
dr, aow oa Aia la y offlc. axlog ,bo Hat for
kol lof tba oarta of Oeatataa Plaat aod I) atrlct
Oa rt ia tb aevBral coaatlaa of tba Fourtk Jodl
dal Dlatriatof taabta'atf likio frtaayaai lMr.
Ia fiataarny vberaof. I berauoto anbrorm
""J at ClereUad, thii Uta day of BapKBtbvr.
a. I.. lses.
FM AD EB OK J. PB1NTI8S, Clark.
KpMSM . By H. . OoatWB.B, Daaaty Olarb.
J. H, DEWITT & CO.
Ar now opining thalr Fall axd Winter ttock of
lien & Eojs Fine (lofting,
oodi BjdaxfK-aly fr tbatr trada, that will b
foaad folly aoaal la BBtrlBl, trtla aod wort Baa
ablB,totkabaatoaBoBiwotk. Tba ariy Is larr
aad oontpriaia all BOTslllai of tba Maaaa, a BUM gut
CLOTH AND CASSIMERS
SACK AND WALKING COATS.
BLACK FROCK COATS,
BLACK FANCY CASSIMERS
PANTS AND VXSrS-
XLEGANT BLACK AND FANCY
SILK AND VELVET VESTS.
BEAVER, CHINCHILLA AND
- " " CLOTH OVERCOATS.
" ' ,TBB bTJOK or-
TOUTH AND BOTS 0L0TCI56
U Tary B!h tolarfad. All tf froat tkra to
! old oaabalttca lain bwbjb.
THE CLOTH DiPARTMENT
It tka avrgaat U tbaclty, eaapritlBB faU Mnoiof
Trench, Caston, Cblnchelli,
Eskimo aaa Irleot BetTers.
Treaih, EngllBli, EcotcH and
BIblay't sad all tb vary
BLACK OLOCHS AND DOESKINS
ELEGANT FRENCH CO ITIRG
t. r, ?Z
HENS' FURNISHING GOODS. I
- VXUIRO WOOL, AND SILK
WRAfWSs AND DRAWEB3,
jjO VX3, ' HANDKERCHIEF?,
.... fiaiBTsi, BOrilERY,
1 , &0, -,&0i 9r
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Task sat r a DWITT & CO.
SaiidaT School Fabllc&ilons
JD9T BIOEITCD DT
Cobb. Andrews & Co.
141 Ba pet lor Hlrcet., .
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
HXNBY aorr, BOSTON, MAS J.
8 5. t?O0IXTY, BOSTON."
AMKBIOAN a 8. UNION", PHILA
AMEBIOAN TBAOT EOCIETY, N. X.
BOB EST CAKTER A BROS, N. Y.
CARLTON ft PORTER, NEW YORK.
T. NXL?ON & 80X3, LONDON.
Alwaya aa band aad for oal at FaMnhot
COBB, ANDREWS & CO,
X. L BALDWIN & CO.
Invito special attention to the
SUPERB CHENS ANTIQUE,
SATIN STRIPED ANTIQUES,
MAGNIFICENT MOIRE ANTIQUES,
RICH LYON BAGADEBK,
EXTRA FINE BROS DU-BUKZ.V'
PLAIN AtfD PANOY DROGUE t, '
PLAIN POLK DU SOIE.
Alifj, EVENING DRESS SILK3.
EeUqnnt Fancy Stvles: Plain colore in
Aeeortmem. Moize. Ruse. Scarlet "White.
Lavender Maure, Pink, Lemon, Magenta,
Puce, Or een, Gray, Silver, Drabs, Hilver
vreys, ktyadere end Vhene WAt'fe. -
Alttt BLACK CRYSTAL ANNURE,
Black 0ro de Afrique, Black Grot Grain,
Black Taffata. and Rioped, Black Cotelle
Francaie, Black Grot de Rhines.
Alto, FANCY DRESS SILKS.
Stripped, Plaid, Chen, Bayadere, Droguei,
Brocade, V roquet, teed, Changable.
Aha MOURNING DRESS SHKi
Checks, JStripet, Plaids, Brocade, Droguei,
Ai rique, Foulard, India and other. .
Also, BLACK DRESS SATINS,
WAif Drees Satins.
B. I, BALDWIN CO.
REV MILLINER G0Q.1S
WHOLESALE AND BST1IL
Onr atook ti larg and
thing aaad by MllUsara.
TarWd, coatsrtatDg ry
wa UTiw tkatc aapwal
UDIEr MISSES 1ND CNILOS'HATS AND TURBAHS
"Olaagary," "Hr fli. GtbbI," "BoeVy Fot."
and -Standaad." ui a style. Aimo a Ti'rr
astoet aasortauBt cf.'
Ftobi which MjlllBers eaa sal ot lhrwaatad
Btoat daalrablo atjiuat laaoa Maprtcrs. Ws bar
BlbbOKB) Ia all widths sad colon.
Latcesi atstdl Blende I a grat t
FreneM Flo w e a Caoloa at id kaaaufaU
A aaerieaa Flowera Veri : chaap.
atoaiaM OratanseaiU lr, gra at varlaty of atjla
OsArleh Plana ra Also eaasp Tarlataw.
HlaVd'a Baawet rrm jaeti Tk battatad.
w.iMmn Urf.M f ti Wholapala and
Bataii arada, la Tart, y . ,4 ba y of styl, aad,
oar ynaet isaii a. to aaa aoanola ..
Fur kargair- go to
MORG AN, HOOT & CO-'S
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TI AYES' B AILROAD FAST IX
XJLfbbs9Wa iBscoMPunBe tablbs.
lb stoat cl-borat syooaoplato aad omrneaaiTw
warfe for aamDali Bf waaea aBBT pnbttbed In this
M..t. Bw.rV bJ 4i.TtBB TIM tO OOmPBt
i - ulv. ..ti.vinr ona. aaad It will do
. k . i. i - - -- iib aoat. KTarr astrr
anantad Cor aaot.' If fnat W taoh that th
....I.4MIK ...b. tAaBd with araat rapidity
whUail la pit rascally laipoaalbta to talataba tb
i. . lur aaa ihaa
any rascals artth rarolsing dust or cyUadars arat
1 - . ihJ I. bAoS mi at.--
rnca. .Ila co.Ua,- is.Su. f" b; ?MJfc2it"'
posug aa r aoaipiof tAa prln. Bold a thsi city
ll W. 0. B AKB.lt Aff.nl, swSSapartar 8trt, and
v-iamW. t k . . u uavga. tiaL roc-
tan comity- uus. m taw axpnaa -
rvitt LAKE SUPERlOtt. .ZJ
r Th taaaeb. tar, and a canal stri a !
ataamar b. . s,i.b, j at. liswis, bv
wUl leavB oar a ni.au rnpwnf, oa
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FBIDAY, BBPTXMBXB 29, 1866.
DAILY LEADER Mass Meeting in Aaron To-day.
The beautiful city of Akron is to dsy
to be the icese of m grand Union gather
tog. The speakers announced are General
R. F. Noyea, the eloquent and scholarly
soldier and orator, Ex-Governor Tod, and
Bon. Mahlon Chance. We hope the
Union voters of old Summit -w ill be pre
it m their itrarigtlu v.;' . j t .
' The Eeraldol yeaterday, tpeakin; of a
communication which appeared in the
Lbascb of the 25th, headed "The Herald's
Speculations in Oil," say a:
The anonymous writer characterizes the
.Liverpool Uompany aa " swindlers."
The communication did nothing; of the
sort, and the charge of " the Herald is en
tirely without foundation. ' v
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
Trumbull county fair took place on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last
weeK. . . -
The Warren CAroniefcsays that a young
man, apparently 2d or 24 yean of ace was
found dead on the Atlantic & Great West
ern Railroad,. four miles east of this place,
on Monday morning last. .The' body was
literally torn to pieces. .From all appear
ances the young man was a brakesman on
one of the freight trains that pasted East
early on Sunday night, and from the
marks of blood along tee track-en the ties
and rails it appears that he was in the act
ot cnmDing on toe cars, wnen ne was
caught and earned along lor several rods.
The body was so bsdiy mangled and dis
figured that it has not yet been recognized.
Pieces of the hands, feet and head were
scattered along the track in the vicinity of
the body, i rom four to six trams had
pasted over the body before it was discov
ered, j What was left ot the poor unfor
tunate was placed in a box and brought to
this place by the workmen on the road. The
Banner, of the death was so plain that it
was tot deemed advisable to bold an in-
1uert-i . . . , . ..
The Buckeye State says that as an engine
was being a riven from Xieetona to JNw
Lisbon, on last Thursday evening, it ran
against a truck which some fiends in human
shape had placed across the ' rails, where
the road crosses the "Grace" iarm, near
the old talem road. Mr. Cunan, the en
gineer, was rnaning very alow at the time,
or he and the brakesman would probably
have lost their lives. As it war, the truck
was smashed up aad the brake upon the
An ' oil well has been struck up the
Beaver, about two miles and a half from
Smith's Ferry, which promises a good yield.
The owners tf the Elkton well are boring
deeper. The New Lisbon Petroleum
Co. well No. 3 and the " Hamilton well "
are being tubed, and their prospects are
The eiehtb annual festival of the Agri
cultural aad Mechanic Art Association of
Richfield began on Wednesday last, and
closes to-day. '; ' '
- Akr-n boasts a mtie on occasion oi ner
exporting ware to Germamy. The Btacon
says that Mr. William Schumacker, wbo
after a lew years residence among vne
Backeyes, again returned to Germany, has
ordered from Mr. H. W. Wetmore, of that
city, one of the Improved Stewart Parlor
C Johnston, it- informs tne Akron
Silicon that another well, a short distance
beioW peninsula, suns oy me same corn-
salt water niJ g dw or w0 !?'" a
that it is a .-unci: " pigger vniug ibbu tuo
other, i , v
On Tnetday last Julia ,rnmiuii,.uuiS.i
r of Mr. William 3- PaioKMi ot Aaron
young lady about 15 year, oi , ge-av
tempted to Kindle up :
ing stove by pouring some kerosene oil
upon it, when the can containing it ex-
. - 1 ,.t tj in BnH
ploded, setuog nre w ""'"'"s " 7
burning her in such a horrible manner that
she died about half-past seven o'clock the
same evening. Her brother and sisters,
William, Mary and Jtosa, ana tier uumiu,
were considerably burned about the hands
and anus, in attempting to extinguish the
names, tnougn none ot tucir ujui
considered dangerous. : .. .
Conneaut, on' Saturday evening,-to hear
the report of the Military Committee in
regard to tne nuances.
arritM that F. L. MerrelL a photographer
of that place, was shot by bis brother in a
quarrel on Saturdiy, and died in a few
minutes. The dispute arose about matters
connected with their business, une aesat
tin is in jail.
' On Tuesday evening last, a young wo
man named Margaret Keilyon, boarding at
the house df Mr. Irving, Jackson street,'
Sandusky, accidentally set fire to her cloth
: kh aa burned entirely up. Every
.ffort was made to save her li e, but she
died about six o'clock the next moming.
. Btasiams KUueatlora.
i OALKIkS. OBIFaTS A O0.8
CnOV BUSINB88 IN8TIIDIE,
. . . ' Ai OBtaua. Oato, :'
Oft-art IndaoaBvants id thoa daalrjoi br acaulring
aood practical bnOnass adnoatlon, much snperior
Ban othar Oorsmaralat oouega ia too couu..,.
Th Tatagraphid Dartmratt ia aadar tba snpar.
.Ia. rfxwal of tba bast tatsgrapa at aa
Waat, anabUng thorn to obtain sltnatlons tor their
gradoatea autoh mora readily taaa stsuiar
Bteas. For other oafHonlars. aaorasr pa
Woodeta dpw.'-Iba aadrslcaUs prepsrsd
to fnmjBb Woollen Pip ot any dalrro use, lor
WATER DBAlBAaB. 8BWBBAQB, AO.
This Pipe is cheap, dartbl and.esslly laid. : .
' Order promptly nlled . : -
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Boptt.2il OhsnlB' Klocfc, 7 commons si.
.sAainsI Fair of th Cleveland SrlTing
. .in ha haid oa thalr new Paik.
J, 4ia.SU and 7th. 900 CO In profslams
00 ' -rUaicr the not .as oa October M and
f '", ,oa tatarday September 3Hh, at
tih wlU clo. . ba aold
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IIMiair. , - ji . , ano .00 ha
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tj i. . ma auoiaira
Taaaday a'teraooa at
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Abb Information can bs bad a P
H. POTTS, coperlntendent.
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Admittance dnrlnr th. fslr WcBts t.ca osy.
Tba Amman ..rt raUrxisd mnr wWI. .
of th Park. '
far Lake Saperlar.-Tbe attnnch and
u..tj. .uamar -Ladi Franklin." Oaptala S tea
Miller, will lea' nor dock for Bnpenor -iy ana
Intermediate ports, on Friday, BptBsbr SSth,
g o'clock t. M.'
For freight or psaaaga .pply to
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Bt.llroBMl HSliBal-aT BB-N. Styl.
got tp OO BhOt I BOtK, -
I Prlaun.- boa tpr tata-fii aaaatltles
aa anlt. HlBcbam's UalObraieO aouer ufBsamom
r's Pateat tatspoBinow. -.
most durable extaat All orders oy man pranpuy
att.Bda to. Address LBADEB O0 OrSTeland,
Jan naif Go d Oonpons aod TJ. B. S par eons. wm.
Boand Interest Botes of ISM. boogtit at nigenei
market rates by X. J. FABME B A CO., Bansars,
No. 14t Bap-ler street, andar VsdfleB floats.
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The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
Interesting From Ohio Regiments
in the Field.
Good from Franklin
Episcopal Convention in
A New Swindling Artifice.
Nominations and Platform.
The Colorado Constitutional
The Fenians in New York.
Important Victories Won by the
MATAMORAS BESIEGED BY
Demand of the Kentucky Delegation
for the Removal of
Foreclosure of a Railroad
GOLD LAST EVENING 144.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland Leader.]
COLUMBUS, September 28.
The 185th Ohio, i umbering 793 officers
and men, reached here this evening for
Paymaster Geo. S Letcher has certifled
into the Treasury $3 975, received from
the 56 -.h Ohio, near New Orleans.
The Ohio regiments in Texas are about
to be paid. Pay agents are there prepared
to receive allotments.
Messrs. Hall, Waters and Edwards,
three of the messengers appointed to dis
tribute poll books to Ohio regiments, have
returned. Taey report the men in good
condition wherever they met them, and as
there is na longer any necessity for them
to fight the rebels in the South they are
still determined to fight the Copperheads
in Ohio with their vo'es.
The campaign in Franklin county is
fiiily under way. and there is reason to
say more good is being accomplished for
the Union cause than any previous cam
paign for years. Though there is no chance
of electing the Union ticket, yet the ma
jority ot the opposition will be very ma-
t it.) iy ..oflnMwl
Associated Press Report.
NEW YORK, September 28.
At the sestion of the Episcopal Conven
tion, Ex Uoverner John A. King, alter tne
address ol the Biehcp was concluded, of
fered tbe following resolution, wnicn was
Kesolved, Xbattnu uonvenuon coroiany
respond to the sentiments presented by the
Bishop 01 tne Uioceee in ms aaaress re-
Dectine the return ot peace to our lana,
and the state of the church in southern
Tbe . Bishop in his address had said
the northern brethren should do all
that in them lies to re establish the unity
ot the church. There were no nobler spirits
in the pale of the church tb&n are to be
found in the south. He was happy thus to
testily to their warmth, and te express the
estimation in wnicn tney are oeiu oy uiiu.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 26.
Tha tteamship Sacramento
from Panama, and bring! dales from Aca
pulco to tha 17th inst
French war ships had landed 500 soldiers
and taken porsession of the town Alvarea
had previously, wimorawn nis iurv,
amountinit to 1,500. The men were badly
eauiDDed and short of ammunition,
T.rr eninuBiasuc mi .j..v
,. iri.. .Vli.
Mexican population tonowou
confident of maintaining tne cause ot
Juanz throughout tne interior ot sUB"
taro. . , .
Another three roue race came t w
tween Norfolk and Lodi at Sacramento on
Saturday. The firet mile of the beat was
won by ftortolK in i:o, i muo " "
and the entire heat in 5:27J, Norfolk- com-
ing out a length anead. Ane secona nest
i alSO Won oy xioriuiB uy --ft-
Arrested for Larceny.
BOSTON, September 28.
Otis, alias Uurtiss, has been arrested here
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tor the larcency oi o,v " ""j
Government bonds lrom a man in New
Yotb on Friday nigbl last, xne wo
arrived in Boston on Saturday, and created
considerable excitement among the sport
ing fraternity, exhibiting ,ouu at a um,
.:?!,;, tha rma and paving for thirty.
two bottles of wine and other liquors. She
olscud 3 300 in the hands of a young man
. . i A hi.rAfnaiziff-Lor&lurn
to Keep iuiiu,a.v.- -r.
$2 500 of it, she made a complaint to the
i.. The man was fbutd and the
I - - . .nnnnaorl tA tOB
S2 600 return eu, w --Fr-"i -
rightful owner. The man from whom the
money was stolen in New York then made
a jh,--bbbbsb samaras whskTrl
hii appearance ana rron.
E&lf ol the 6,400, out reiuses aw i"."
New Swindling Dodge.
NEW YORK, September 28.
.-Snrliing dodge. An envolope is used,
sw.u-.-s ----- - .
IrVi nd prclydreed
and endorsed coming iromtn, xj.t.
S2r - tNaT w Induct to pay
dollar, to IhS be ot such B ptck-
ao-e te-day. sne was r
tnd ri what APP
r .v,. Amrican Telegraph Co, di-
r r -riT moneT to
reeling we paymeue -
hea husband, bow ou.oy- --- ---
r, a. ki.i. hv theft or some
otlfer Improper manner. --
gnoold be ou Weir guaro
aouhdrels. . .
Death of Captain Sanford.
BOSTON, September 28.
"F. 1 ward H. Sraford.. widely
known as one of the principal owners of
Banfbrd'a line of steamers .between tins
city and Bangor. -died air St. Catharrnes
Springs, O. W, on Wednesday, of conges
tion ,ot we lUDgs. t.
BOSTON, September 28. General Slocum.
SYRACUSE, September 28.
'Minr Ooneral H.
here wis morning on the four o'clock
from the West.
WORCESTER, MASS, September 28.
The Democratic State Convention or.
ganiasd by the choice of Erlward Avery,
of Braintree, for President, with one Vice
President from each county, and four Sec
The committee on credential! reported
247 towns represented by 1096 delegates.
The nominations were made as follows:
For Governor, General D. N. Couch, of
For Lieutenant Governor, Thomas F.
Plunkett. of Pitttfleld.
For Secretary of State, S. O. Lamb, of
For State Treasurer, T. Amory, of Bos
ton. For Auditor. A. T. Devereanx. of Salem.
For Attorney General, H. O. Parker, of
Tbe following is ah abstract of tbe reso
lutions adopted. .
-xne nrst amrmi tbe creed or the Uemo
cratic party to be Union and tbe Constitu
tion. Its objects are the preservation of
jioeruea ot tbe people, tbe Union, a
press and free speech.
Tbe second thanks the soldiers and the
The third requires the speedy subordin
everywhere of the military to the
powea and the restoration of the writ
habeas corpus, trial bv jury and other
Tbe fourth recognizes tbe obligation
pay the national debt, but does not be
in putting tbe whole burden of taxa
on tbe shoulders of tbe producine
Tbe fifth requires a tpeedr restoration of
power everywhere, so tbat a stand
army may be dispensed with at once.
-xne sixtn tuny endorses tbe policy of
rresiuent jonnson, and promises bim sup
Tbe seventh returns thanks to tha vete
of the war, and is in favor of such
legislation by tbe national and State Gov
ernments as shall secure equality of com
pensation to the earlier as well as later
of the war.
The eighth refers to tbe labor question
says : We not only recognize any at
on the part of the working classes to
better their condition, but we heartily ap
of any movement having for its aim
elevation, comfort and well being,
physical and mental, and cordially sympa
with any measure by which tbe true
interest of the employer and employee
be promoted and secured.
WASHINGTON, September 28.
f ince Saturday five hundred pardons
baen granted by the President, for
greater part to persons in Virginia,
Georgia and Mississippi.
To-day tbe president's room was throne-
with pardon seekers, either to obtain
their documettsor information as to where
they were to be found.
Brevet Brig. Gen. H. Van Wvck has
been promoted to the rank of full Brigadier
The Postmaster General has ordered one
additional trip a day between Washington
Richmond over the Orange and Alex
andria Railroad, and has made a contract
daily mail service from New Orleans
all intermediate stations to Mobile.
The President has appointed tbe follow
named Assistant Assessors of Internal
Massachusetts J. W. Poor, 1st Division
the 6ih District; J. W. Margrave, 2d
Division, 30th District.
New York Stephen R.Frazer, 6 A Di
vision, ZOtb District; r. A. Smith, llth
Division, 6th District; Garrett VanDr-
water. 1st Division, 6th District: Warren
16th Division, 21 District.
J-ennsyivania Abel X. raricer. tz'n
Division, 18ih District; Win. H. Stone
back. 14.h Division, llth District; James
Cassidy, 1st Division, 22d District.
flew Jersey James U. iirooxs, ovn Dis
Aseiatant Collectors have been aoDointed
North Carolina, Georgia, ajatmna ami
Base Bail Match.
HARTFORD, September 28.
Tbe Atlantic's and Charter Oak's played
today before a large audience. It
not a pretty game, nor was it played
with much spirit on tne part of the cham
pion's. The score in a full nine innings
game was 37 to 1 1. Pratt led the score of
winning nine, receiving but two outs
six runs. They left for New York tonight,
NEW YORK, September 28.
Gold is in good demand for customs, but
otherwise the demand ia limited. There
less borrowing and the rate per day has
fallen from 1 16 to 1-82. The amounts paid
out of tbe Treasury upon Five-Twenty
Coupons, though not large, yet afford a
slight relief. Yesterday 200.U0V ol cou
riona were paid. The price of gold this
morning has ranged at 143144, and the
tendency m slightly downward.
HUDSON. N. Y, September 28.
The fair which has been
place during the last three dajs, has been
perfect success. It has been attended by
nearly 80.000 people, and the receipts ex
ceed those of any previous exhibition of
the Association. Everything passed off
to the entire satisfaction of all present,
nothing whatever having occurred to mar
tbe pleasure ol tne occasion.
Returns from Colorado.
ST. LOUIS, September 28.
Complete returns frcm Colorado indi
cate the adoption of the State Constitution
by a vary large majority, i ne clause au
thorizing negro suffrage is defeated.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The stock market shows hesitation after
tbe strong upward demand of the last few
days, apparently owing to a disposition of
tbe operators to realize on an advance.
There is, however, still a very general
activity and prevailing inclination to buy
for higher prices.
' Governments are quiet, the prevailiig
disposition being to sell.
State securities are firm and in demand.
North Carolina sixes advanced 2c; Vir
ginia sixes 3Ja higher.
The miscellaneous list continues acuve
Bid mostly firm, especially coal stocks.
The Stock Exchange to-day voted to
oUlS-20 coupons otT on and after Mon
day. The stock maiket was heavy at the
second board, with considerable hammer.
ng on the part of the bears, and after tha
u(s . Tl
bjtJa ta, nKei.tindneo. . UH . . -a.
qaietl firm at the last board. Michigan
Central rose to 115 on rumors of a 15 per
cent stock dividend in October.
- The following were the closing prices
at 4 30 P. M-: New York Central 9585;
Erie.87.(Si87; Hudson Biver,. 110j
Mirhio-. Central, 114,U5; Michigan
Honthern. 69513169; "Rock Iland,llJUi;
rjji H3V3U13: PortrWayne, 99
Ohio and Mississippi CertiSeates,
VimZii Canton,.. 4M; CambriJge
GoaL ; 46Wa46 -- Mariposa, 12K313
Ouicksflyer, 4949; Central Coal, 68J3
681." ' , . - -
- Money moderately active, and themar
ket easy at i8per.xent. on call.
There Is rather more doing ia commer
cial paper, ahd rates are 710 per cent.
Gold closed at 143I&144,
Very little inquiry for bills" on Europe,
and rates of exchange weaK. laaingaraw-
ers quote 60 days sterling at 109110.
Commercial bills -con titme- scarce.
THE ERIE RAILROAD.
The Commercial says that Mr. Pearson
had not conclusively accepted the offer of
the Englith capitalists to the Erie Com-P"T-
The same paper also says that no pro-
posals have been made by the owners of I
tne Atlantic S ttreat Western to amalga-
mate the Erie interest with theirs, at has
been said ; nor have any sort of proposi-
tions been made by the English capitalists
to the managers of the Erie Company.
At the monthly ' meeting of the
Erie Directors, which was held yes
terday, reports of the condition of the road
considered very satisfactory, the earnings,
showing an increase and the expenses a
decrease. It is stated by the directors that
the outstanding liabilities, outside of Mr.
Drew's loan, will not exceed 600,000.
The following wa to-day's business of
the United States Assistant Treasurer:
Total receipts, $1,080,042 78: payments,
Jl,636 997 26; balance S70.427.173 25. Be
ceipts include for customs, $362,000; ac-'
count of loan $204,000.
Petroleum stocks First Board : Buchanan
106; Pitoole Creek 810; Webster 127;
Bergen 1G; Heydrick Bro's 100; Germa-
nia32; Ocean 65; Oil Creek 190; United
States 2,820 ; Buchanan 105 ; Cherry Bun
24. Second Board: Webster 127; Ger
man i 32; Cheny un 23: Buchanan
ATTEMPT TO SWINDLE.
NEW YORK, September 28.
An attempt was made yesterday by a
young man to swindle the Park Bank by
lorged check of the Chemical Bank,
drawn to the order ot a lite clerk of the
former bank. The forgery was detected
but the forger escaped.
NEW YORK, September 28. THE FENIANS.
Tbe Fenians had an immense meeting
at the Cooper Institute last night, Colonel
O Id ah on y presiding. Much' enthusiasm
prevailed. An address was delivered by
Colonel Roberts, in the course of which he
said: '-To you then, fellow countrymen of
every oreed and belief, I appeal to stand
by the Fenians and enable them to make
the coming revolution successful by fur
nishing means of war to brave men who
are preparing to strike one more blow for
Irish liberty and Irish independence. You
cannot stay no power on earth, but that of
force can stay the movement of Irish
patriots, who, mustering silently and live
ly from Cork to Donegal, and from Dublin
to Connemara, from New York to New
Orleans, ahd from Maine to California,
they will soon be on the march with Harp
and Sun flying in the breeza." Colonel
O'Mahony and Colonel John Hermon,
also delivered addresses.
The World gives some facts in reference
to Fenians. There are at present 500 cir
cles in the country, and they are increasing
attherateof 100 per month. These cir
cles number from 100 to 300 men. There
are about 300 circles in the country pre
sided over by Miss Maheny, who is the
female head, fihe) is nrirutinal vf tha yav-
mal School oi Chicago.
The monthly expenses of the body
amount to $60,000, and it said a tax of $20
a man on Fenians in the United btates
is nearly paid up, and the aggregate as
sessments reach $500,000..
iitob a . Una city a military engineer
ing class of 1000, taught by an engineer
formerly on McOIellan's staff. Subscrip
tions to large amounts are received every
week from all parts of the country. A
bank account is kept by them, and one of
the bank note companies is printing 8 per
cent bonds in the name of the Irish Repub
lic. They are of the denomination of 10s,
20s, 60s, 100s, 600, and 1000.', and will be
ready next week.. In tbe centre will be
ure of Liberty drawing a sword, and
at the sides vignettes of Emmet and Lin
coln. It is hoped they will be taken up
rapidly, and that large orders will come
from the country and tba west. It was
stated last evening that John Morrissey
had effared to take $100,000 in bonds at
the Fenian headquarters. They are con
tinually boxing up muskets, but of course
no informrtion is given as to where they
ST. LOUIS, COMMON COUNCIL.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The tt. Louis Common Council visited
the Croton Water Works to-day. They
drove through Central Park to the New
Reservoir, and expressed themselves highly
pleased with the mason work and new gate
houses lately finished. After partaking of
eolation they went to High Bridge. Here
they were conducted across the bridge and
intnected the gate house, the new mam
and aqueduct. At the Croton Dam they
set down to dinner, and subsequently re
turned to the city.
The Richmond Times of Wednesday
says no city, after a disastrous fire, ever
gave signs of greater enterprise than Rich
mond does. We hear the opinion every
where that the whole of Main street wilt
be rebuilt in less than twelve months.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The Herald has a letter om a
exile stating that there is no foundationfor
the report that General Ortega has sue-
.waded in effecting a large loan for the
Republic or Mexico, based on the security
of confiscated property. It is well known
that General Ortega's visit here ia not at all
official, and that he has no intention or au
thority to place a loan on tne maixei.
is true that Mexico needs money, to pay
the national troops and supply the neccssa-
ly means to support our national indepen
dence, but Ortega is not the agent of the
Republican Government to negotiate lor
Mexican accouuU in the Herald say
has been reported that Caravajal and
force of flllibustsrs, estimated at 5,000, had
ioreo " " .,'.
landed, and were defeated by the Govern-
ment forces and the principal part csp-
tared. Caiavsjsl being wounded.
The city of Jslapa, in the State ot vera
Cruz, has been occupied by the Liberal
forces under General Alatorce, we irfDeiai
Governor of Puefcla. :
Ortega has established himself eight
ten league, from the capital of Mexco, and
baa sufficient lorce to maintain nimseii.
Communication between Vera Cruz and
the capital is very difficult. .
- General Alvarez has 8,000 men and
is well known that the Franco Aostro-Mex-
jeans ksve obtained no permanent advantage.,-
,' . - ' , '-I ' ,
.'OBsears de . Afrique,"numbaring
thousand mdn, are at aBcasreginv
psmacipjas, and hold oaly the ground
which iney stand. "
The Imperial papers admit that
government can exercise no authority
the States of Jalisco, Michococan, St
Poiori sad others.
Tha World's Matamoraa news (ays reports
of the Vera Crux expedition tj
Ortega in New York, would reach the
yicinity of Bagdad in September.
Dates are Vera Crux the 18th and City
of Mexico 9th. Vera Cruz was quiet but
there was a gcod deal of malignant dis.
ease prevailing. -'
On the 30th of Augutt,"reports had been
received at the capital from the Count
Thun that Captain Hackner, with com-
maud, had been attacksd, on the 17th, by
a force of Brother Modes, and after three
hour's desperate fighting, drove them from
the field, pursuing them to Oneptre. Sub
sequently Capt. Hackner was reinforced
by 80 men. The forces of Medez made
the! appearance, but retired on seeing the
detachment sent to meet them. Count
is determined to relieve that section of
the country from bandits. '
From Gaudaloupe, Daleware and Fron
tera we hear that the dwellings of the peo
ple are frequently robbed and burned by
Juarista from Towbanca, in Qienetorc
The authorities have adopted measures
which will soon break up all the guer
rillas in the yicinity.
The Tribune correspondent says the
great railroad which is to unite Vera Cruz
to the City of Mexico was progressing
rapidly. ' Eight hundred wheel barrowg
had just been landed at Orizaba for the
service of the Company. "
Another railroad is to be established in
Sonora by Mr. Wolf, who is to be assisted
by several European and California capi
talists. The depredations of Cortinaa, who car
ries the fruits of his plunder into Texas,
have caused a great number of residents ot
Matamoras, among them tome Americans,
to address Gen. Steele for protection.
The Herald's Washington special says
that Gen. Howard is expected back on
The Navy Department has expressed a
determination to continue the dock trial of
the Algonquin and Winooski until the
test is completed, as required by the con
tract, or Dickerson admits his inability
to complete it. '
It appears that there are over $2,000,000
accumulated in naval funds since 1789.
This sum is made up of . balances due to
persons in the navy, unclaimed, fines, dcs.
It is proposed to lnnd it and recommend
the passags of an act for a home for those
injured for life in the naval service. The
distribution to be supported upon the
interest of the naval fund.'
Major General Pleasanton has been
assigned to the command of the military
district of Wisconsin, in the Department
of Missouri, headquarters at Milwaukee.
The internal revenue receipts to-day are
. The Tribune's special says that a letter
f?ueol1j''taa immediate muster oufof'XEe
21 Colored Cavalry, the 31 Illinois Caval
ry, the llth Indiana Cavalry, 87th Iowa
Infantry, 14th Missouri Cavalry, 13th Ten
nessee Cavalry, 9th Wisconsin Battery,
and 31 Wisconsin Cavalry.
BALTIMORE, September 28.
leional test oath, bat Mr. ttuarts con
a I science prevents him. The Republic
' Richmond and Petersburg papers to-day
are rooeived. .
"Woods of Albermarle, has withdrawn
from the Congressional canvas in . the
Sixth DUtrict, because he could not con
scientiously take the oath.
He says that recent indications and in
formation convinces him beyond the shad
ow of a doubt that there will be bo repeal
or modification, and that our only hope of
being represented at all, is to select men
who can take the oath at it stands. Honestly
and conscientiously entertaining this
opinion, , no alternative is left me
but to withdraw from the canvass, whew it
is perfectly obvious onr noble President,
standing as be does a great breakwater
between the Radicals of the North and our
prostrate country, needs every Southern
Representative and Senator to sustain him,
Were I to permit any selfish vindications
to influence me, I should despite my salt
and be false to every honorable impulse.
The Republic accompanies the card with
the remark that the field is thus left open
to Mr. Lewis and Sandy Stuart, xjewia
can very consistently take tha Congres-
also says the people of Hanover County
... mi 3 1 lr.
I were addressea on xnursaay oy
Johnson . Barbour. From all information
we have received there is no longer any
doubt but that Barbour will carry every
county in the District.
The Lynchburg Republican says: One
of the most distinguished men of the state
whose ; name U not permitted
to be given, writes as follows in regard to
eligibility of the Congressional candidates :
i'I regard it as absurd, not to say criminal
in people under such circumstances to
snloct such men. A man who is, and
knows he is, not eligible ought not in these
times thrust himself before tne people, out
u ne uoes sue poop 6" " 6
sense enough to rebuke him.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
From New York.
NEW YORK, September 28.
The Tunas' Washing. ton special savs that
Mr. Dudley, our Consol at Liverpool, had
an interview with the Secretary of tbe
Treasury, whom he urged to recommend
to Congress an export duty on cotton. . He
I, aid the foreign importatiens this season
I ; tha case of Frances L. Smith,
t nnnirirjl, him . to . take tba oath
prescribed by Corgress before he can be
allowed to practice in the United States
I District Court It is not true that applica-
Vffc. ta rmit n-oi. tn k.
tak(m to flt jouu to testify ia the boat
burning cases. It is said, nowever, mat
the Counsel for the defense wili make such
an application. -The
Tribune's special ssys: Gen. Terry
has ordered the creation of a new Military
District in the Department of Virginia,
be called the District of Central Virginia,
. i j j
Narrow Escape of Generals Grant and
CINCINNATI, September 28.
in 1 gnarmbn, was thrown from the track
Louls,l,ide of Irtwrenceburg. No on wss.in-
While Geueral Grant was returning
from Indianapolis at an early hour yester.
j .. fViaaarith at t&asnd of
curve at GuTiVord' had been turned, inten-
tionally. and the car in wnicn uenerai
Grant -was' in was thrown irom tne traci
and dragged some distance. No one
iijured. "". . ':
About the same time a train oa
rtkin . rissisticDi Railroad, carry ing Gen
NEW YORK, September 28.
The Herald's correspondent from Brown
vule, Texas, gives advices from Mexico.
The city of Matamoras is fairly btseiged
by the Liberals under General Eacobtdo.
f" 8"Tison of 800 men in the city,
and the attacking force consists of 2500 or
3000, eaclusiv. d Cortina.- predatory
bands, effiaently handled.
The Imperial troops should suffice to
hold the city, but the Juartau think so
meanly of Mtjia, the General in command,
that they assert that with auttle more am
munition they could carry the city by
- The Republican farces had captured the
little town of Cotoraxo, in Leoo, and se
cured musketry and ammunition. More,
over, quaintly adds tne officers in com
mand, tbe merchants of that city furnished
me $18,000 for tbe use of the troops.
At We psss of Cabras the Juariets also
claim to have defeated 900 Imperialists
with 200 cavalry, and are further said to
occupy the town of Caravsj U The Mata
moras papers made light of, and entirely
deny these successes.
Juarez is at Chihoahu with five thousand
By way of Havana we have advicerom
the city of Mexico to the 7 th.
The outrages of guerrillas were b-irg
checked by an organized campaign sgninBi
them by We Imperial troops.
The .Republican forces under Cortinaa
and JEacabado have fought a desperate en
gagement of three hours' duration with a
column of Mejas' division at Laseoloras in
the State of Micoa Leon. After firing
their last cartridge tbe Imperialists fell
back in good order.
. Heavy and lasting rains had fallen near
the capital. Tbe Valley cf Mexico in some
places is completely inundated, causing con
siderable damage to tbe roads and farms
in the vicinity of the valley.
The stage road between Mexico and Pui
bla was impassable and to such an extent
at one point that the passengers and bag
gage had to be transferred.
xne Tribunes Mexican correspondent
says : The news from Sonora is that the
evacuation of that State by Juarez was
caused by the insubordination of his sol
diers, who refused to serve him any longer.
General Pesquira, who is in ccmnand of
Hermosillo, was abandoned by his men.
Out ot a garrison of 1.000 men 250 alone
consented to remain.
The city of Oposera, in the northern part
of Sonora, had pronounced for the Empire.
The French prisoners of marine, and the
soldiers of We Algerine Trailleurs, who
were captured in that city, have recovered
The band of Daria Garza, 150 strong,
has been routed near Monterellas by Lieu
tenant Tuby, of the French army, and lost
Tbe band of Cavaolawas surprised near
Garcia, and beaten by Lieutenant Golstein,
commanding tne counter guerrillas. Cav
aola left twenty dear.
The inhabitants of Teran, against whom
these bands intended to operate, organized
themselves into a Sort of a maliua and
hereby their bravery contributed to re
pulse and defeat them.
The Government is engaged in obtaining
lands from the wealthy landen proprietors
of the country for the purpose of transfer
ing them to the imigranto, who have eith
er landed in Mexico or contemplate going
The Minister of the Interior has ad
dressed a circular to the prefects of the
Department, advising them to invite the
owners of haciendas to yield to the State on
conditions advantageous to the imigrants, a
portion of the land not under cultivation.
The Tribune's Mauunoras correspondent
says the success n et with by tbe forces of
General Etcebado has encouraged the Lib
eral party to fresh efforts.
Ia and about Camargo there is now a
force of about 600 men, among them
twenty-five or thirty officers, who have
served in the United States or the lata
Confederate States armies.
A second body of five hundred men is at
Mier, twenty-one miles from Camargo, and
at other points south of the place are bod
ies OltwJiiutdj-orJ.andivvM tmndrarl men.
hundred ready for the next blow to ba
struck at the enemy.
Under date of We 5th, this correspon
dent says the entire force ot Liberals about
the San Juan River has been put in mo
tion, but what their plans are is not known.
The plan may be to attack this place at
once, or to operate in the state of New
.Leon, which lies south of this place.
From New York.
NEW YORK, September 28.
Tbe official report on tbe race beteen the
Winooski and Algonque states Wat the '
economical performance ot each vessel waa
equal; that the arrangement of the Winoo
tki't michinery machinery is the simplest
and most convenient possible, and its econ
omy in tuel is equal to that given by the
very complex design of tbe Algonque 'a.
The Hernia's Washington special says
that the Kentucky delegation, headed by
Uov. uramieua, are still here, and bave
had a long conference with the President
and beads ox departsments, concerning af
fairs In that State. They are reported to
be united in asking the removal of General
Palmer from command, the withdrawal of
negro trnops from different parts of th3
State, and a greater concentration of troops
than now exists on its borders, as absolute
ly necessary to the adoption of the Con
stitutional Amendment by the next Leg
A fao simile of the President's signature
hat been prepared, and over tbree hundred
pardons are reported to bave been stamped
with it at tne White House yesterday.
Gen. Peck, of Mississippi, is among tha
seekers of pardon now in this city. Tbe
Alabama embargo will probably be raised
a few days, and the issuing of pardons to
citizens of that State will soon thereafter
be regularly returned, as before. The stop.
page wsa caused by a distrust oi tbe action
of the State Convention. Late reports,
howevyr, remove these apprehensions, and
prove them to have been unfounded.
BUFFALO, September 28.
The boiler exploded at Pratt A Co.'s
Rolling Mill this morning, killing two men
aod wounding about twelve others. A sec
tion of tbe boiler, weighing about half a
ton, was hurled through the building about
MILWAUKEE, September 28.
The United States entered
a decree for the foreclosure and sale ot the
La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad.
BOSTON, September 28.
The steamship Cuba arrived here from
Halifax at an early hour this morning,
i'he Cuba brings 20.000 sterling in gold.
What they Think of Cox.
' Noticing the speech of a Captain Mc-
Uure, at Ottawa, the Putnam County
Among other things, the Captain forgot
"ive a history of beneral Cox, during
te Scarry engagement, when he refused to
Mil force Co. D, 21st, acd the 12th Ohio,
wh were contending against four times
la number. He retained a whole regi
m ,.t, except one company to guard him,
s i five miles distant, and through his
o vn cowardice, a Captain and Lieutenant
. urn this place fell victims. If you wrnt
know anything about General Cox, we
. feryoa to the boys of the 21st Ohio.
(Xeeelaad Plain Dealer.
The Captain didn't state this, because ha
mew it was false We hear no one talk:
about the slrirrnish at Scarry but those who
know nothing about it The man who
penned the above paragraph makes a state
ment that shows his ignorance of military
history and military movements, and aims
; to make it appear as though soldiers weirs
.nnTiaihla tor the assertion. This wLL
I AJJ who were at Scary know that
I assertions contained in the paragraph.
fvm smtinel sre entirely lalse. Cej
journal. 1 ' t
On Tuesday the steamer Winooski cou--
ring ot her engines at the foot of DeiuiiY y
street though the trial, bet ween her a .tt
the Algonquin was ended on Sunday by- r
; tha machinery of tha lattnr naJ
! ..-..oal. Itia thntio-ht thai tt.
cruuo ua, -a- - - -
will be no further dock test of tha req eo
Uve merits of these vessel; j I34 (hey will
probablr ve b sea, i