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la to. Wrot In tba dry, eoaprialnc fall Unsa of
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1865.
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DAY, OOIOBKK J, 1866.
DAILY LEADER. LAKE COUNTY FAIR.
DAILY LEADER. LAKE COUNTY FAIR. Its Grand Success---Twenty Colts in the
DAILY LEADER. LAKE COUNTY FAIR. Its Grand Success---Twenty Colts in the Ring---Durnams in Their Glory-
DAILY LEADER. LAKE COUNTY FAIR. Its Grand Success---Twenty Colts in the Ring---Durnams in Their Glory-Greenbacks in Lake Cattle-Splendid
Show of Fine and Long Wools-
The Hogs of Lake-Some Shickens
The Hogs of Lake-Some Shickens Yet-Agricultural Implements-The
Central Palace-Cheese, Fruits, Seeds,
Grains, Vegetables, Flowers Domestics,
&c.---Growth and Health of
PAINESVILLE, Sept 23, 1865.
.The Fifteenth Annual Fair, -of the Lake
County Agricultural Society is a splendid
luecess.' The weather is delightful, the So
eiety'e grounds,-' mile aouth-'of Paines-
li,ai " capiwi oruur, mo j air ib gooa
in ail ni aeparimenc, ana we inroog o;
Tuiton has never been equalled. .The offi
cer! are: President, SL M. Cartel ; , Vice
PreBidect, Melton Norton ; Secretary, V.
W. Head ; Treaeumr, ' C L. Itoyt; .Direct
on, E. Crocker, Joel Bartholomew,', It. V?,
Ackly, L. E. Mye, TlKimas Thorn paon, Har
mon Carroll, B. S. Upham, Dayid Law.
Fair open three days. This is the second,
and the fields and groves adjaseot, as well
as the Fair grounds, are filled with the
comfortable and in. many,, cases elegant
"turnouts" of the farmers and viDagiSt 'of
flourishing Lake. . The county has but eight
townships, and yet we venture that no
other in the State, save, those con tain ing
large cities, can show suah a gathering of
fine teams, single and double, and wagons,
buggies and carriages at little Lake.. By
try body it well on ; and tne citinens or
Lake bear the palm for sobriety, industry,
enterprise, intelligence, mechanical pur.
suits, good farming, ' smooth' roads, Jle
school houses, capacious churches, thriving
villages and pleasant homes, as well
Onion soldiers and voters. Such a people
gladden the eye and enj y holidays no
aaarvel then that the receipts to-day have
been $750, and that the total of the Fair
will exceed $1,200, at the low admission
rates of $1 for families for three days,, and
fifteen cents lor single tickets. - The entries
of articles for exhibition ' number about
To-morrow is the grand Horse dsy, and
the entries indicate a showy field and much
interest. Some of the best stallions and
brood mares in the State ara owned in Lake
county, as was demonstrated by the eplen
did exhibition of both, with their oolta, this
afternoon. Twenty colts were in the ring
together, and pronounced by a member of
the State Board of Agriculture a much
better exhibition than ever made at State
Fairs in Ohio. The nobbies" were the
delight of farmers' boys, as well as the pride
of owners and horse judges, ".' j
Though Lake county cattle do not "feed
on a thousand hills," they rank among the
first at fairs and in market Improved
breeds were early introduced, the now ven
erable Judge Zwas Blish, of Concord, be
ing one of the foremost of the blooded stock
pioneers. The influences of his example
and success have been diffused and lasting,
and Concord is still the banner cattle town
ship of Lak, and probably of the Beserve.
Judge Blish still keeps up his attractive
"pen" at fairs. His noble imrnam liull
was awarded the first premium, and cno 4
Durham Cows bore off the sweepstakes.
Martin Carroll it another enterprising'
stock grower of Concord, and the good'
of his Durhams added much to the
excellent how of oUL to-day. He took
premium sweepstakes on Bulls, and
first on Durham Cows. M. Brink, Paines-
ville, took the first premium on Deet yu
ham heifer, and also on bast baifar two
years old. S. Hemmington, Faihesville,
second premium on calf six months old, and
Anderson, Concord, the first on heifer.
The show of Work Oxen is very good.
W.J. Warner. Painesville, ra" tour nne
yoke, and Bobert Murray, of .Mentor, five
yoke worthy of that famous cattle town.
Don Williams, of Leroy, was awarded
first premium on best pair work oxen a
prise well deserved. The ateers not in
yoke are numerous, handsome, and prom
ising. Geo. 8. Murray, Concord, has
pen fg seven uree yew om nnn,
ties, tbe finest proud of tbe red card.
' ... ( .1 . .. J . . ,.W man
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Ur. Jl. is one vi tuo nowu bw. wow v
Lake, and he pronounces this the beet lot
Uree year olds he has ever owned. They
were taken from a lot of 133 head, for which"
has been offered 12S eacn lor tne enure
herd. There are greenbacks in Lake coun
ty cattle I Robert Murray, Concord, took
first premium on best fire, two year old
steers : Minor HU1, Concord,-an beat five
yearling steers, and on best nve steer
calves. - - :ia J. : J
The fine flocks of Lake are wen repre
sented. W. F. Greer, raihesvilie, mem
ber of the State Board, makes a iaree au.
very meritorious display of Fine Wooled,
and has been awarded first premiums for
best Bam over two years oia, as wen as we
second. He also took first ana tecana pre
miums for best pen of we lamot unaer
so years, best bnetc idunbs, ana oest pen
ewe Lambs; aeeond premium for best
yearling Buck, and second for besi pen
Ewes over two years. The first premium
for best BiKJk, llna wooieo, was given u
A. C. Harlow, Vermont, ana lor pass - pw
Ewes over two years, fine wooled to YV.
Baoon, Painasvuui. , . - ; I
rh show of Grade Sheep is good. First
premium for best Buck over two yaart old
awarded to A-iH. Dodge, ol Ashtabula
and aacond to W. F. Potts, Leroy,
Ira nnnnw. p irsfc BDU BmJUtt w...
, ... . a . a r... w.,rt
Rnnk nnder two. n. oauou,
villa. First tor Dt ram wmu
Kinesley, Kirtland j second do to W. F.
Greer, iainesviUe. Por est pen JSwee
t.n vears first premium to - W. L.
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Bacon ; for best pen sw uno
E. B. Kingsley, and seoona , premium to
W. L. Bboob.-- First iar best pen Ewe
Lambs to E. B Kingsley. j
Several splendia specimens or tiong
Wooled Sheep are here. . JoGga. U. A.
Chaffee, of Ashtabula eounty, ' who adorns
tbe bench as well as the farm, has his State
Fair arise Co W wolds, Shropshire, and
-outbdown Backs on exhibition. His pen
aeaiP- diplJ tsA cardsi nd J'"1'?!
for jud G- h 'P"1 no PiDB nd f-
pense in ' sCurUig l"ejvy bt oi tne
Long Wools. An Jmportoi Soutfidown
worl tha red card, but we did
the name of exhibitor. I. C. Bartholo
mew, of Leroy, -as vary
Cou wolds, lis was awanwu ""-, r-'
mium on best Buck one year old, the first
onibuck lamb, and tha first on pen of not
less than three awes. ' ..'
Lake eoonty mvt raus v tMepremiuma
onSwina at State Faiii, and si the Coun
ty George Anderson, Concord, hat the
Krai Inr Mit HKmr, ill.. uuh w
best Sow, and tt. .H- uane-, lxxv
Hog over one year oio. - I . - :
Tha Poultry show U good, eonudai ing
the exorbitant prioea ol chickens and eggs.
There are tome tomeeixty entries of im
proved and native breeds, principally by
Geo. Anderson, Concord ; M. J- Warner,
Fsfoeevtile r tteth Anderson Ooncort, and
BaPHarmaB, -Eirtland. Jtat premium
awarded to B-P. Harmon for best dfcplay,
and aeeond to S. Aaeerten.- vT J
! There ii a Very ersiliutble show of I Agri
cultural Implements rom tbe ex tensive
mannfaotoryof G. M. WHd-r, Painesville.
oi. pinwM. ttuHivatorSand Harrowst have
several first premiums. The Csyuga lhiei
UW T .
aj.fyBfer, ana, aauuj uvw vtuor iu.h ex
hibited by Johnson, Bikei i Cc Palfle-
fUle, ibo wtai ted torif
The central building of the Lake County
Fair Grounds is a larpa twe story edifice
for tne exhibition of Vegetables, Jrrui:
Flowers, Domestic Hanulactures, Dairy
JVoducu. Kina Arta. irncv Artmlpa. etc
ouufling. rxsw interior aDove is tasuiy ar
ranged, with due rigard to tbe convrn
ience of rxbibitors and visitors. This is
the attractive resort, and to thronged that
our notes must be bnut as well as imper
hfetsrs. H. N. & 3. E. Carter, who won
the red cards lor Lake onuntv on cheese at
tbe State Fair, make a floe display ot their
.Factory and. Ohio (Hate - Dairy Cheese.
YnevasraiB nave Hrtt, premiums, jnr. u
xiutcniut, -ijeroy, also exhibits gooa cneese.
Lake a famous at a fine fruit county.
but this season sunered greatly from un
timely spring frosts, a very rare occur-
renen.' Still the dUplay of grapes and ap
ples is templing, me principal exhibitors
are U. jiunnngton, rainesville ; JC. J. Fer
ris and M- Carroll, Concord ; J. H. Tryon,
wniouenby;' U. v. in vine and i'.rarker.
mentor, ana J. w. uoak, rerry. Mr.
Try ou has, a . large display of luscious
grapes- frora his extensive vineyard on
Willouihbv Hill -the lanreat and furnat
dusteniv we. have .seen -this season. He
oultivates tbe Uatawba, Isabella, Delaware,
uoncora, iiana, Alien's xty brio, Kebecca,
Hariford Prolific, Adirondac, Crevelinsr.
and Dr. Grant's new seedlings, the Iona and
ana israelii. Jtiit vineyard efcarwd frost
and disease this season, and the. beating
vines are literally loaded with fruit for the
table and wine-press. . We are unable to
give the list of fruit premiums. . i
-The show1 of specimen Grains and Seeds
is good, and tbe Vegetable Department far
outstrips the lata State Fair. Lake county
.Potatoes nave a wide reputation tor quan
tity and quality, and they are well repre
sented at the County Fair. Multitudes of
our brave boys at the front and in hospit
als had oooasioa to bless Lake county
potatoes, for during the war the Ladies
Soldiers"' A id Society of Northern Ohio,
as well as other Agents of tbe Sanitary
CommiMsion, forwarded thousands upon
thousands of bushels for distribution in tbe
Union Army. Among the many exhibi
tors in this department, we notice the fre
quent cards ot XL. L. itoot, Gainesville,
ana Mrs. A. Church, Uoncora.
Those well knows N urserymen, Messrs.
8 torn & Harrison, Painesville, have con
tributed much of taste and beauty to the
Fair Irom their greeoaoosee and grounds.
Their display of chowe leaved greenhouse
plants is rich and rare, and the collection
is quite large. There is a handsome display
of bouquets and cut flowers, coxcombs,
and we see that Mrs. A. Church, Concord,
who took some thirteen premiums on as
many entries at the late State Fair, has
again robbed her garden and yard to lend
beauty to the home Vair.
The women ot iake are workers, ana the
diiplsy in the Domestic department is cred
itable. Wa are unable to particularize
rurtaer than to note that among tbe cards
on domestic manufactures we observed tbe
frequent names of Mrs A, and Mrs. G.
Anderson, Concord, ' airs. W. Crane,
Painesville, Mrs. A. Cbuich and Mrs. Beth
Anderson, -Concord. - r ine Arts, Musical
Instruments, and Fancy Articles attracted
much attention, as to preclude any tak
ing of notes lor the printer.
Though interested on tne .r air urouods
until evening, we must devote a few lines
Tba kTaUai w111ga of tba lUIo."
The town still wears its Summer robes of
beauty as ii loth to put on tbe sombre hues
Autumn. Mo frost hat tinged its emer
ald garniture, though the first yellow leaf
nas been given to Ike cfeplember winas
4b fitful v.ay
Jrut kisMl iu cLW k mod flit too twif.
JjMTiug It cld ia goltWn mwtf
To ten oi in Tuning bni
And tfch jonng Aatomo achanglog power,
1o wield oer .11, loth format Bad flow.r,
Tu. l'rcliot, twMMt, and ohitf. ; .
FaTnPfivllle ia arrowirjar rspidlv-, aad -it.
good Mayor Steele informs us that there is
not a'dwelnne or a store vacant. Among
other improvements, the old Cemetery, lo
cated in the midst of the residence portion
the , village, ' is about to be
changed to a Public Park. The re
moval ot tbe aeaa to tne oeaumui
new Cemetery on the east bank of Grand
Elver, overlooking a landscape oi much ex
tent and exquUite loveliness, has already
ban common oed. The healthy as well as
every o.fler way - oesirnoie locality oi
Painetville, is worthy of special note. The
village sexton, is nearly at the Anderson
ville point of starvation, for we learn that
between the 4lh of . May. and the 15th of
September last, he had made but three in
terments, one a drowned person ! The
population' of Painesville ' between five
and fix thousand. Can any other com
in land enow so favorable a
J. A. H.
OAL.aMBB.GaUl'a-IN A OO.'S ' .
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AT OBERLIN, OHIO
Offara IndacemaBta to thoaa doalrjsa of aoquirlog
good praotioal fenitneas adooatioB, mnch snparlor
any other Gommerolal Oollaga la the oountry.
Tba XalaaTapliia PecsrtaiaBt la ander tha aopr
vtodoBOtaoaoPBl of tbo bast takfrapb aiea la tha
Weat, aoabllus them to obtalB aiuullona fcr their
gradoataa muob mora readily thaa alaUlar loatlta
tktuB. for other omrtlcalara, addrearaa abora.
For SaitB Hh ever lor Th. new atauneh sod
olegaot ataamer lroBaldaa, Captain J. K. ' Taner
trill leBTB our dock BrObtaaogoD and lutermadl-
il.port.aoa Vadaraday, 4)elobar4th, at 8o'elock,
For freis'ht or pauage apply to . .
MALONE, PETTIT 00. ,
oot&Ke ' ' ' 1 1ST aad KSRlTor street. .
ee-tfac K"" UevelaaMi-J'hara will
a meetla sit tVe Oopgiegatiooal Cbsrch on
Mday eTeniog, October 2d, to ntia fgoda for
bnifdhit a aaw hovso of worabip. ' All intonated
ana IVtatully to t-Ue entetpriaa, both ladiea and
,iialliaaaii. am inTliij tr. altnnd j- -. .
lha meeting Bill be addriaied by B.V. Dr. Wol-
oott, Prof. Thome and otaera. oct2:U0
Great Trait lac on th. PrlTlng Park, Mon
day October kd, lsoS Programuo of eutrlea for
premium. 9100. Becoad claaa trotting honea, alx
eatUea. T. ). Toweaa,.Kate: . m. H. FetU,
EipVr Jr Burnett, f tnij i t. Boyd, TaMhln, 8.
Conklin, ttrey Pet : 8 Tellebmn, Loot oat. '
Eutriet tor double teami': T. J. Towaoa, Kate
aad mate: W. Boyd, Plora aad matei J. Korli,
Fanny and mate: J.. Bennott, Fraaa and matal
W. 11. Fotti, Kat and John. Tbe abora fira teama
will compote for a epleadil double banirae and
wbipvalaedBt f 176.00. .' Barnaaa mad. by Bafl.
Taeaday. Ootobar 8d, Maria Brongb aad Faaay
will pace for frOO, The h-neee will be called pre
aiaely at 1 P. M, ' Adml tanoe tt tha track M ciata
aach day daring tbo fair. .Wat. H. POTTS,
octSafl " Saperlntendnnt.
Swaet-Lfpe ia tha pretty nam of the princors
the fairy Mia, aad story lady may be a Prioceai
fro-eat-HBs, Jf ibe j;booar to sat the (ragranoe
hreatbliig rozwoBT.' ThU Vara esaenoa of iono
marable aromatic herba, remoTcs erery blemlah
(ram the tooth,: dvaa a blnah nao tinge so' tha
gnata. Bad reaueoa tha mntb aa pare and freih as
an infant. ocBJwxl
WootfBai ripe. Tba anderaignrd Is prepared
to faraiak Wood .a Pip at way deatrad ataa, for -
, ,WA,TJBE DkAUI4. 8CWBBA0K, As.
Thla Pip la cheap,' durable andeeauy laid. '
Otdera promptly tUad. i
.; ...J - - -wAMUBtt BBIBBT,
Bepit-.iotl Chapln't Blook, 74 Colnmbaa St.
Railroad Bmlppinc Books New ttyla,
sjorno bushori totlcs, at tba Lltanoffloo.: aepli
1 S .- y , m
To Priater. Wa Jiaas for sale at qnantitios
o-aalb Mngbaaa OsleBraiaa bhhbbi uomsuaiuoa;
bbm, Parmei -Fatnt twanpoarrwa. toe seat and
uatdniabla aiiaof ordora by mall promptly
atuaaad AAdreaa iADat O0-, Oenland,
Obloy .. ..i '- aagT
Gold Caaaoaa. ttoptembar, NoTembar and
Jaaaary Oo Osupoas and U. B. 6 par sent.; Coot
poand Intoreat hotea of 1884. bought at klgehat
market rater by K. J. FABMEB A CO Baakars,
No. 14S Hnpartor atreet, ander Woddell Boaaa.
Ice tof kale Him tons Iob for sal pi
rUD" S At SA A A3aw, I
The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
Fenian Excitement Increasing
Fenian Excitement Increasing More Arbitrary Arrests !
English Fleet off the Irish Coast
THE WIRZ TRIAL
Evidence for the Defense.
The Theaters and the New York
General Meigs to be Superseded.
Great Oil Suit in Pittsburgh.
Prather and Duncan in Court
Death of Dr. Francis Wayland.
Completion of the Pan Handle
Associated Press Report.
NEW YORK, October 1.
The steamer America, from Southampton
the 2uth ult., arrived to-night. Her news
is four days later.
The cattle plague was lncreaainr. Xion-
don cow houses were decimated.
The Army and Navy Oszette says Donald
McKay of Boston is in close communication
with the admiralty on the torpedo subject.
The authorities intend laying torpedoes in
the channels leading into tbe harbors.
The Police blockaded Parliament street,
Dublin, taking possession of the Irish Peo
ple newspaper office. Twenty persons were
arrested, several arrests were made
Tbe English squadron was off the coast,
The Liverpool Albion Bays that Mr.
Beijanin, Ex-Confederate Secretary of
Btate, intends to join the English bar.
Fauci. Accounts from the Middle Dis
trieta are favorable.
The Prussian Government haa issued a
proclamation announcing the assumption
by the king of Prussia, of the title of the
Duke of Lauren berg, and annexation of
Lauren berg to Pruaaia. Tbe King prom
ises to carry en toe uovernment ot uucnies
in conformity with the existing laws.
Kuaseirs letter to agents abroad censures
tne Crerman powers, and says tbe force
alone is a power which has been consulted
and recognised as violence, and consequent
ly is only a oasis upon wnicn Austria and
Prussia can establish a Convention.
England deeply deplores the disregard
manifested for public ight and legitimate
to be heard when the question affects their
Kcasn. tiussia oinciaiiy declares she
will maintain the non-intervention; policy
in the Schleawag-Holstein matter.
XiivcsrooL, 2(1 i;ntton buoyantand prices
have advanced Kd. Sales for two days
foot up 45,000 bales. Market advancing.
Hread.lult r lour inactive. There is
but little inquiry and prices are weak.
Wheat easier, and quotations are barely
maintained. C ru nolders pressing their
etook on the market.
Provisions Beef quiet and steady. Pork
inactive but steady. Bacon steady. Lard
buoyant. I .
i roduce sugar active. Coffee steady.
Petroleum Buoyant at 3s for refined.
sLowanwr fiS:Oonolrrloged for money at
89JS(U; HI. Cent, shares 80KJ4; Erie
ahaiub(u,5S4; &-20s68(8;b. ;
NEW YORK, September 30.
to Times : The certificates of in
debtedness redeemed during the past week
amounted to $7,900,540, or about equal to
the amount of Internal JKavenue received
during the same period.
special to neraia: ine u. a. uisinct
Coart tor theEatera District of Virginia,
now in session, Lag bien chiefly occupied
during the last few days with connication
cases. Libels have been duly filed in all
such cases, and orders have been made thus
far grantirg dismissal from the calendar ol
upwards of one hundred cases on payment I
of costs. ', I
n . -XT , - r , 1 T 1 I t ,
secretary xutrian, ut iuo iutonor i
partment, is anxiously endee" rmg to in
augurate certain reiorms in tnat depart
ment. To-day he addressee a circular to
several headB of bureaus, in which be en
joins upon tbose officials his determination
to exact as inucu laDor ana attention to
the business of tbe Government irom
every officer and employee in the depart
ment as ii they were working in tne oec-
relax 's own intercut, and paid by him but I
oi b is own pocket. ' I
Pardon eeekers rallied in force towards I
the close of the day, and are reportel to I
be more man ucuauy succeseiui. j. ue
number granted this week: is probably I
one. and will reach at least 7C0.
Uireta hliuen bus uwu.w. v. u . wiw I
The Poet umce .Department nas con
cluded a contract with George A. Fitch for
daily mail service from New Orleans to
Mobile via U Jcurke's jsay, odibiobdoto,
Pass Christian, Rosalia, Miss'isippi City
Biloxi, Ocean Hprings and Pascsgoula.
CoL A. H. Marklana, so long laentmea
with the Military Postal service of tha
Government, leaves for California in tbe
eariv part of next week on business
connected with the Post Ofle Depart
It is understood that alter tha trial of
Wixx is completed and all the facts in the
case are ascertained, there will bean inves
tigation of Salisbury and other prisons of
the South in wnich Union prisouers were
confined and maltreated.
Telegraphic Communication South.
NEW YORK, September 30.
Bv permission of tbe War Department
the Associated Press will, on Monday next,
re establish telegraphic news business rela
tions with tbe Southern press, between
Washington and New Orleans bv the sob
board route. The lines south of Washing
ton are understood to be in fair order, and
are rapidly being put in the best condition
for the despatch of business, and there it
reason to hope that there will be no further
interruption in tne enjoyment or a mod
erate degree of telegraphic facilities be
tween tbe Southern and Northern press of
From St. Domingo.
NEW YORK, October 1.
' Et Pomingo news to the S)ih of Septem
ber has been receive:). The SL. Domini
cans were celebrating the second anniver
sary of their restoration independence
by many rejoicings.
Business was reviving, and notwith
standing an ominous rumor that the Span
jards intended to recapture Soman a, the
Gibraltar f le West Indies, tha affairs of
tba little republic are looking up.
BALTIMORE, October 1.
Tbe steamship Somerset, tbe first of the
new line between this city and Liverpool,
sailed ' hence on Saturday with a large
number of passengers; The vessels in the
harbor were gaily decorated with flags in
honor of the event, and the wharves were
crowded with people, who cheered tbe
Somerset as she passed, Salutes were also
fired from the forts.
PROVIDENCE, R. L, October 1.
. Bev. Dr. Francat Way land, who was
more than 28 years freaident of Brown
University, wat prostrated by a paralytic
stroke on Xaetday last, and died on Saturday
afternoon, aged b years. - (
CINCINNATI, October 1.
The 'Filtcburgh and .Steuben ville Bail
road aerces the Pah Handle - is. completed;
Trains will commence running through
from Pittsburgh to Columbus on and after
to-morrow. . , .
NEW YORK, October 1.
The Times' Jacksonville, Florida, corres-
nnnHant hm tha finllnBtinv Th nnima
r . ' & " r "
irauon or uovernor Marvin, is on tne
whole satisfactory and favorable to the
Union cause. Ia a recent proclamation ha
ays that by tbe operations and result of
war slavery has ceased to exist in. the
I- "cannot be, revived. Every voter
ur ueiegaies to ids convention, taking the
amneetT ' t&kt wlemn oath to support
the freedom of the formor slaves. The free
dom intended it ' full and . ample. - This
does not necessarily include the privilegi
of voting, but it dees include the idea of
fall control, and guarantees of the future
(possession and quiet eijojment. The quet-
I Uon of his voting is a proper subject or
du"wn, and to be decided at questions
ui aouua poucy oy tne uonveuuon v oa
mere nave Deen eevenu ooloniea lor
Bnzil v disappointed nounty
in various localities u uus-stata, but aa
tj gain additional, assurance that they
are iiu. tu ue uui&uou lijr kiimr treason,
they become reconciled and conclude to
remain. Ureat igBoranee preval !t airong
the poorer classes. For instance, in many
portions of the ' south of Florida, many
of the people, are made to believe
that Kirby Smith is now at the head
of conquering hosts and it coming to their
relief against the detested Yanket. It is
also reported that many negroes, who
hired ostensibly to get out timber on the
gulf coast, have been taken on vessels and
run over toOuba as slaves. j
There are about 6,000 troops in the
State, mostly black, and they aie scattered
in small parlies in all parts, constituting the
only protection against violence and blood
shed. Many planters are desirous of rent
ing their plantations to Northern men.
The cotton which was in this State at
the time of the surrender it fast being for
warded to market. It will amount to at
least 30,000 bales. Over 65,000 bales have
been shipped from this port, and there is
at much more on the way.
The Timet' London correspondence says
the Fenian excitement has had one curious
fleet. It has compelled Mr. Bourcicault
to suspend, as he does next week, the rep
resentation of Arrah-na-Pogue in London,
and it will no doubt be stopped for a time
throughout the Kingdom. It wss all very
well toeing "Wearing of the Green" in
peaceful times, but when Fenians are dril
ling, and fleets aLd armies marshalling, it
does not do to play at treason and rebel
lion. ' . ! - -
The Herald has a letter from Berlin, in
which tbe writer says there it bo .falling
off in the desire of Germans to emigrate to
America, and predicts that there - will ibe
diminution ia the number arriving on
tha shores of the United Stales for a long
time to come. German colonies were to
established in Chili and in Brazil,
but the authorities "directing these movo
ments have given it up in despair in view
all absorbirjg"attrartions "whicE Amer
ica exercises on the imaginations of Ger
A Bremen company ordered two new
steamers to meet the increasing emigration,
and both lines will soon reduce the fares.
Other lines are reported as about to be es
Saturday Night's Report.
WASHINGTON, September 30.
The trial of Captain Wiiz is expected to
laat anvAm.1 weeks lonirar. The examina.
tion ot witnesses for the defense proceeds
slowly, the counsel taking care lojthor-
. T . r . .
oughly silt tnem an lor tue purpose, it ap-
pears, of establishing the following facts:
That the conduct of tbe accused was gen
erally humane ; that he was sick and ab
sent from Andersonville when most of tha
alleged atrocities were committed ; he was
not responsible for tbe vaccination which
resulted disastrously ; that be never mal
treated anybody, or acted wilfully or ma
liciously; that although the rules of tba
prion were etripgent, and tbere was a lack
physical comfort, the old Dutch Captain,
nis couneel call him, was not responsible
the extent contained in the charges
ggaint film, in a woia, tne eviaence ior
the government Will not lustily hi! Don-
Asubronafor General Bobert B. Lea
was sent off this morning, and it is expect
that he will arrive by tbe middle of
next week. General xloweli Uobo, ex
Got en or Brown, of Georgia, General
Johnston, and Colonel Bobert Quid are
also summoned to appear as witnesses for
tba delensa. . it u unaeratooa tnat tne last
named will testily in relation to the ques
tion of the exchange of prisoners, and the
counsel expect to show by him that it was
not the fault ot tne reoei government mat
the exchange of prisoners at not sooner
effected. In view of the notoriety of tbe
parties additional interest will be given to
the proceedings. . - - ;
The Missouri & Pacific Railroad.
KANSAS CITY, September 30.
The first through train from St. Louis
over the Missouri a iracinc itauroaa
reached bore this morning, bringing the
following distinguished persons: D. K.
Garrison, y ice President; Thomas McKis
sock. Superintendent Pacific Boad : Thom
as A. Scott, Vice President Pennsylvania
Central; a, J. Jewett, rresident unto
Central ; John D. Perry, President Union
Pacific; A. Green, New -York; J. M.
Davidson, Saratoga; James Fisher, John
Partridge, G. F. FUley, J. P. Usher and
lady, and Samuel Siinson and lady, j This
natty will proceed on an excursion'; over
the Union & Pacific Bail road to La wren ae,
Kansas, this afternoon, returning to-morrow.
The Missouri & Pacific Eailroad is
now complete, running its entire length,
and regular through trains commence mov
ing Monday next. , ,., ,. . j
WASHINGTON, September 30.
The Commissioner of Internal Kevenue
to-day ruled that publishers of newspapers
whose receipts tnereior exceea aiu,ouu an
nually should be licensed at manufactur
ers, and such license cever all sales of these
manufacture at or from the place of pub
lication, and also tha printing and sale of
bill heads, circulars, ate t . . .
Tha receipts from internal revenue to
day amounted to over $18,000,000. .
Among tne visitors at wa exscuuvw
mansion, to-day, were Maj. Gens. Wool,
and Palmer and L. P. Walker, formerly
Secretary ot War of the Confederacy,
Jjuniig tne past wees; tne xreasury ue
partment has destroyed nearly $4 10,000
worth of redeemed mutilated currency.
NEW YORK, September 30.
The Washington special tayt
Secretary has decided that in "the case of
lots of checks issued by government offi
cers. Assistant Treasurers or designated
Hailed Stales depositories art not required
to pay Duplicates.
The Post't special says a dispatch from
Montgomery, tayt it it believed that the
Alabama Convention will adjourn to day;
Tha Commercial lays tbe miners in, tha
entire Valley Of the Lackawanna bavf re
sumed work, and there it a prospect of. a
..It I It. .aa Af itml ' - .
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The Wire Trial.
WASHINGTON, September 30.
Wirz Military Commission re as.
BemDiea to-aay. i
Captain Wright ex-Quartermaster at
Andersonville, was recalled for the defense.
xw testinea that ha succeeded K. B. Win
der at ; that post. The tents oi his regi
ment were taken for the use of the hospi
tal. He sought but failed to obtain more
iot mat purpose. As to lumber ha
equally UMuccessful; owners not having
been paid for what had previously been
furnished. . An injunction was served no-
AM It!-. - V. . . . . .
vu uiui iuu uuieiB au pruvtsnt tnem from
cutting timber. He had never teen Capt.
tAj: k . i. - i
ii i'b eewrun win prisoners.
1 Mr. Biker Did you hear Capt Wiiz
complain of the bad condition of affairs.
Judge Advocate Chipman objected to
uwusuuo or ine prisoner.
Mr. Baker said he did not ask for Capt.
ubvwimwu vu, ub BUM,
Col. Chipman remarked thai ! nr.
iter assHa about complaints. , I -Mr.
Biker said it was comnetenL .v..
ing to tha rules of law. to show tha kinw
Hi.ntatf .f it. - . .
fute the allegations that ha wilfully and
maliciously murdered or maltreated pris-
The court remarked that thev ban mar
and over again overruled such questions.
Mr. Baker said he designed to show that
uaptain wirz accompanied hit complaints
by acts to ameliorate tha condition of the
prisoners. , , . ,
' Mr. Biker then withdrew the question
and prepared anothar, namely X. jM
snow oi any acts on the part of Captain
Wirx to ameliorate tha condition of tha
Xfie witness said ha could not think of
any. 109 witness never heard that any
soldier receivea a furlough for ehootina-
Union prisoners, Ha had freauentlv car.
ried vegetables into the stockade for tha
relief of the prisoners, after showing Cap-
uiiu 11 irs wsai ne naa ior tnem. Captain
Wirx permitted Masonic honors to ha nairi
to deceased prisoners. Lieutenant Davit
was in charge when CaDtain Wira waa
Cross-examined bv Colonel Rbinm.n.
The witness had no personal knowledge of
k. .. . 1 1 ... : i ir - j 1 - P .
wu.i V.UW111 wira uia in tne siockaae,
but outside of the stockade be knew that
the accused bad put prisoners in tha stocks
and chain-gang. Turner, who had charge
ot ma uoga, tola witness tnat Captain Wirz
had promised him thirty dollars a piece for
capturing prisoners, but the witness re
fused to pay him, not believing him to be
enutiea u money.
Judge Hall, of Georgia, who had testi
fied for the prosecution, was called at wit
ness for the defense. He laid laid that ha
was employed by a man named Dvkes
against uuonei uioos ana usoutin Wright,
to restrain them by an injunction from
using Dvke's grounds for burial nurnnsA.
and cutting timber on iL Dyke subse
quently . withdrew - hit - bill voluntarily.
when tha witness used hit influence to have
Dyke paid by the Confederate government
ior any lots ne might sustain Tha witness
denied that tbe land in tha immediate vi
cinity of Andersonville was a poor pine
barren. Its chief value consisted in its
timber, which could be sold to tha Bail
road company for fuel or cross-ties.' Capt
W u-z bad applied to the witness to prose
cute soma man twho had been arjnro-
priaung provisions ana mings or that tort
ueionging to - prisoners, n aa took; out a
search warrant to find the stolen Dronertv.
but thought the process was unsuccessful.
in August i8b4r be saw Captain , Wirz,
whose appearance was that of a man just
recovered from a spell of sic knees. Ha was
feeble and emaciated. - Dogs are nsal in
Georgia for tracking felons, violators of tha
law.and runaway slaves, but by the laws
of that State nobody could be pursued bv
Lyjcious or savage .dogs. ;..s ai J .... .
tjoionei t-nipman objected to the wit
ness proceeding further on that point, as
the subsequent question asked was irrele
vant. He represented it as ur just to our
.viuiers wno had periled their lives for the
country that they should be put upon the
ground of and pursued at common felons.
Mr. Baker said that (he use of hounds
waa authorized and made legal by tbe
laws of the United States. The command
ing officer was authorized to track human
beings .with dogs.
Major General Thomas laid ha knew all
The Court said Mr. Baker, yon mean
Mr. Baker laid he did, and that he might
follow up the question to show that the peo
ple of the South were bound by law to do
whatever was commanded by superior mil
itary omcers. 1
The Court having voted against tha ob
jection raisea by tne Judge Advocate, the
witness in course of hit further examina
tion said, that by tha laws of Georgia it
wa. uiBua a uapiMtt iciony to naroor or en
tertain federal prisoners.
Cross-examined by CoL Chipman. Wit
ness said that hit sympathies had been
with the rebellion. He was a secessionist
and remained as such until the close of the
rebellion. . He was active and did all he
could for it. Ha had not ben acting as
Counsel for the accused, He had, how
ever, been asked questions about law, and
answerea tnem, ana naa been in Mr.
Baker's office several timet. He went with
him to tbe library of the Supreme Court
and pointed out tha decision of Judge Simp
kins. Mr. Baker objected to these questions,
laying they did not touch anything which
had been done in tbe direct examination.
Although witnesses for tha prosecution
were open te reflection, ha called on the
court to witness tnat he had not reflected
Examination by Mr. Baker: The wit
ness had not acted aa counsel or adviser
for Capt. Wira, nor had he advised how
tba defense ought to be shaped. Ha had
not intimated anything about the defense,
any . mora tnan in nis conversation as a
witness, t . 1
W. D. Hammond, of tha Confederate
army, leslined that ha never saw any of
his men shoot federal prisoners, but had
sees prisoners after they were shot. CspL
Wut never to hit knowledge promised
furloughs for shooting prisoners. Tbe
order wss that it tha fqnads could
not account for their men, they should be
deprived of their rations. No orders were
issued to take from bloneman's raiders any
thing more than money, knives and forks.
and such other articles as had been stolen
from the residentsTof tbe country through
which iney naa passea, ware taken from
them. Tha JonIederate soldiers were
punished just the tame as tha Union pris
oners. The Commission here adjourned
WASHINGTON, September 30.
Tha Washington Branch of tha U.S.
Sanitary Commission suspended general
business to-aay, ana ail surplus stock,omce,
flrtares, &a, will be disposed of by sale.
The claim agency business, to which tha
Commission has lately devoted much at
tention, and which hat been very success
ful in their hands, will be continued. It
understood the Commission hat a fund
of about S4uu,uut on nana.
NEW YORK, September 30.
Gold it stronger. Tha export of specie
to-day 11 larger tnan was anticipated.
amounting to nearly one million dollars,
which produoes a stronger tone among sel
Iors. The expected large payments next
week on account of 5-20 coupons checks
the upward tendency. Quotations this
morning ranged from 141 to 144$. The
payments on account of 6 20 coupons from
Monday to last eveningwereabout 1,3M),-000.
NEW YORK, September 30.
Tbe theatrical managers of this city have
have held a meeting, and resolved to with
draw their advertisements from tha Herald.
WASHINGTON, September 30.
Three patents, to John A. Murray, for
combined mower and reaper, . have been
extended by the Patent Office, and tha ap
plication as to (wo others have been ftnally
Wt4. .;i : . -:' -11.1 i -,
'j.:i;mw. ' : ! w
BOSTON, September 30.
tne out internal itevenue District, stalee
that the entire cost of attesting and col-
tBcauig ua Anternai itevenua for that dav
trict during tha past fiscal year amounts
to oniy tnrea-Danareaths 01 one rmr eat
oi tue tax iwMSUa
NEW YORK, September 30.
says there was a
rumor anoat to-aay tnat uen. Jdeigs waa
to be superceded in tha. Quarter Matter's
Department, tha succession Drobab'v ta
devolve upon some one of the senior oflioers
of that Bureau, such as Col. Crosby or CoL
T illWJU. - ,
PITTSBURGH, September 30.
Tha great five mile four-oared race re
sulted in the triumph, of Pit tab-urns. Time,
Friendship, Hamiil brothers, 8JL36 ; New
PICTON, C. W., September 30.
Tha schooner Thistle, from Wellington.
to Oiwego, with a cargo of 60,000 bushels
01 barley, it asttora at West JrVitnl in a bad
condition, - , . j
A GREAT SUIT.
PITTSBURGH, September 30.
An important suit was brought here in
usthhu bi 0. .. iu., -x mtner
& Duncan, Pit Hole City. . Tha luit it to
enforce a contract for the sale of the cele
brated Holmden Farm, Pit Hole Creek
on which it lo sited tha great flowing wells.
Tha value of the property involved is
timated at four or five millions of: dollars.
Tha complainants allege the writter. con
tract of sale was for thirteen hundred
thousand dollars, and that the production
of the Farm so greatly- iaareased that
Prat her & Duncan refuse to carry out the
General Grant accepted the invitation
of the Mayor of Pittsburgh to pay that
city a visit, and the immortal hero will ar
rive on the fourth of October.
NEW YORK, September 30.
-there was rather mors demand for
money early in tha dsy, bat it was freely
met at 5 per cent, and at the olosa brokers
could not lend their balances at this rate.
There u a good supply of Commercial pa
per ottering, with a perceptible increase in
Cotton Bills. First class are done at 6 J7
per cent, and others at 710 per cent
The supply of Cotton Bills ia increasing,
rates ranging at 910 per cent. ,
Bankers' Bills offered more freely: rates
being 04(5 7 per cent r ' i
- There is no perceptible increase ia offar-
lngs of produce. Commission paper at
78 per cent, banks discotmtenancing
jobbers' paper quite freely. ' : ' ' i
Gold it stronger. The export of , specie
was larger than was anticipated, amount
ing to nearly $1,000,000, which produces a
stronger tone among sellers. It is expect
that the large payments next week on
account of 5-20 coupons will check the up
ward tendency.' The payments of 5-20
coupons from Menday to last evening were
about $1,360,000. Next week the move
ment will be more active; as bonds will be
'goofT'aeHyery "with "coupons" off'.' Gold
dosed at half-past four at 1441. It had
been steady all the afternoon. -
Government securities conlinnod woak.
declined ; 7 80s J lower. 1
Sterling Exchange dull at" 1091)1091,
bat the market is quiet as usual on Satur
day. ; . . . . '. j
Compound interest notes are in active
demand, and firm at 1044(3)105 for va
rious dates. . . .- .
The stock market was animated on tha
street this afternoon, and there it mild ten
dency steadily upward, and tha number of
outsiders is steadily increasing. The fol
lowing were the doting quotations at tsO
m: New -York -Central 96rt96i: Erie
Hudson Biver 110J-110J; Beading
116jall6J; Michigan Southern 70a70;
Illinois Central 128H129; Cleveland and
Pittsburgh 73a73; Cleveland and Toledo
108JU09; Bock Island 112JU4; North
Western 28 J; Chioand Mississippi Cer
tificates 28 J; Canton 4J; Cumberland
Coal 46t46J; Quicksilver 49. - - j
The receipts for customs this week were
$2,650,000. . . . . ..; r, . .'
The foreign trade' of tha port has been
quite active daring the week. Imports
amount to $5,845,785, while exports
were $95,000 in specie, $2,392,592 in
BeceipU of cotton have been liberal
during the week, amounting to 23,040
bales of middling. Total f$ tha month
98,000 bales. Tha market has been gen
erally steady. . The export demand was
checked by a limited amount of freight
room, . .
At the Petroleum Stock Board to-day
following sales were made: Fithole
Creek 175, - Webstar 107, Buchanan 138,
Excelsior 65, German ia 42. Oil Creek 140,
Bynd Farm 95, First National 23, Monta
na 599, United States 297. - .
Petroleum quiet, but. held firmly on
light supply. ,
The Post has the following report of the
wholesale market: - . ......
There has been much excitement ia the
flour market during the past week. The
best grades are rapidly advancing, and the
tendency it still upward. - Much of tha
stock which, has hitherto been sold at the
Sea Board it now purchased by the South
producing a corresponding decrease in the
Northern supply.; We quote superfine
state at $7 25a7 75; shipping Ohio 8 70a
90; St Louis extras 13 OOalS 00.
The wheat market has. advanced from 6
15c per bushel. - The demand has been
chiefly confined to the South, and consists
largely of winter.
In corn there has been much activity,
and about 500,000 bushels were sold during
the week. Nearly nine-tenths of tha corn
which comet to the market is unsound,
owing te the recant damp weather. Prices
have advanced 3d per bushel, doting firm
94o for sound middling. , :
Oats have been active at a material id
advance. The stock of sound is very
Pork has been inactive, and the request
is chiefly for consumption. It has ad
vanced $1.75 per barrel, in which tha mar
ket is very strong. Tha ttock Is muoh re
duced, .and is new 86,485 barrels. We
quote new mess at $35.25; new prime
$29.60(3)29 75, - - - '
Lard hat advanced to the eitraorliary
price of 80c.-. . ....1 . nj..
-Beef hat been very active, and -bat ad
vanced $1 per barrel. -At the close it was
Ann with a strong upward tendency.
: In coffee there was a lair enquiry, prin
cipally from trade. ' We quote Bio at 22c
for prime, gold rates.
Xha Croton Actional Bank of that city
will commence, basinets on Jloaday. .
Galveston papers of September
nave bean received.
Governor Hamiltoii has issued a procla
mation for tha rule of government affairs,
pending the restoration of the State gov
raawmt All the former laws relating to
slavery are abrogated, asd the colored peo
ple declared equal to tha whites, in the eyes
of the law. District courts may exercise
jurisdiction in criminal and other cases,
except relative to negroes, under tba State
laws, where they do not conflict with tha
acts ot Congress. ..
The following information will be of
value to persons having business with tha
Treasurer of the United States in this
city. United tatea notes used as curren
cy, if too much worn or defaced lor circu
lation, are redeemable only by the Treas
urer of the United State, from whom
rules for their redemption in in mi of $2 or
more may be tent to the Treasurer by
mail without prepayment of postage and
iu value will be returned bv a treasury
check or draft on either of the Assistant
Treasurers in New York, Boston, or Phil
adelphia, in sums of $1,000 or more. Cur
rency for redemption can be transmitted
under seal to the Treasurer of tha United
States without charges to the owner of it
Circulating notes of National ' banks in
liquidation are redeemable only by tbe
Treasurer of the United States. Treasury
notes bearing interest and convertible
should be tent to the Secretary of tha
Treasury for conversion at their maturity.
Certificates of indebtedness, at their matu
rity, should be endorsed by the Secretary
of the Treasury for redemption, and be
...lllt.it., .jn m . -u
uiaiTOu w uio uLm;er. ATeasury oeruueav 1
of deposit on account of temporary loan
should be enclosed to the Secretary of the
Treasury for redemption. The place of
payment of interest on United States reg
istered bonds can only be changed by an
application tome ttegisterof tbe Treat urx
rxawjiB iu uie registry 01
. meeting of the Board of Commis
sioners of fire insurance companies to-day
decided by a two-third vote to make the
of insurance on cotton, and other goods in
store where cotton is stored, $1.35 on each
$100. Large companies will adhere to tba
action, and the effect of it will be to induce
owners of goods ta separate their cotton
from their other merchandise. .
New York Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK, September 30.
largeness of Import, of ury Goola .Morally
attracia atteotloB, ba as yet It has not bsen found
u.t oe auppiy i. la excess ol Ue dt-mand of the
market. I u til. conirirr. thr. hul-.kv.mi.
ol vie treble goods taroughoat tba aane, and prices
have rand aery Dm aad hith. 1 li j total rooplot.
at thi. port for Ut. four week, of eeptamter bare
b.ea SU,i!.8u7, agaiuat 1,M7,44 lor the luae
periid of laat year. AecMta for tha past wt-k
amoant to i.lai,7o7, agina( 9vJB,gM lor the oor
tespoading week or last year.
lb. aaeUona of the past week bate been well at
teoded. aad rooda a... reaiis hi.b oiicee.ex.
Saxooy dies, aoode Bad low priced E ng!ih
worsted gown, whicA are in exoeaiT. demand and
bare aold at lower price.
ladom etle ooUon good! tbe mart ol has shown
a general recovery of tons and price, curing th.
week. Tbe markine doan of or cm hv kin. ufih.
leading jobber, a f w daj. ago waa na doubt aim
ply b beer trick, aad aa aucb it waa iuccmbibI.
lb. parties to it th.n booirht un
could ly tboir nnd m iu cstau. mc-m ttlea v(
ikta ln tvr do U lura balls, aad r tvmlz uk
haadtwm prolate nuoa their nnn-liau. M .lnrlntp t. ,
n cutisKqaeoirr r. bouudrwj, sua ttm
dpnBioa Ihirinic the week asvut fattf the reduc
iijD m&d daring 4 lie preTiutu week hve txwn rtv
iirm. ..d with
good 'toady demand lor go. ., tbe atoca ia tee job
ber' a haitls being eioMNliagly acaree.
Browa tMieetiur 'i h. bricm of brown end.
generally ahdw arecovery of from 7glo per cut.
uring too eek. lucre is a belter demand, ami
the week close, iirm. Stark A, Lawrence U, Indi
an Head, Appleloa A, and mr-rican Bt.rjl.rd are
held by llie.g.nt. at ; GraniuTiUe J-i7s do f7
AugrntB Factory ot 4-4 ; Wacbu9.1t. 34;
baahaa axtra 33 kr 4-4 and 27 in. 4-4 i Ar.w.
; Tremout J 41 ; Poraraet Oau re 43 id. ; do h 37 ;
Appletoo, 40 for B.Jl for C, and S3forl; Sew
Market. A 6, do n W , 4-4; AMford 3J;,alasiia
chuMtts, 31 for A aad 36 lor B gajattk-go SI.
Tha auppiy of bleached ahirTrli!. is i-creative;
and p ices are lower oa finer mta. .New York
Hi'la bare boea deUeered at 65c and are now so:d ;
vaJue4-4 W',Dit.utL. hiK-r- M-.t .in.
7ic: 4 4 TuacMura Vc. 4 4 Treat 6fc; bocia. ii
nnag 74c; 4-4 MauTille B 47c; XX do fife;
rortat 1.1. 49c: MAMriTilr. Slrt HnY "I:., r-
Blaternill. 3Tc: Bsrtlett 47.. r.l-t t- ..
4Pc for T-8; iAie for 33-ioi Loea.l.. cue: Hn..
8M; Bd Banaa 0c for 4-4; 87c for 7-8 do; w hito
aoca tu.o. ,
BaaiAL or a Bourns, Yoanc Korucb. of
Company G, lS8th O. V-1-, who was run
ever by the cars at Crestline, last Friday,
wuue on nit way home to this city with hia
comrades, waa buried yesterday. The
funeral took place from tha residence, on
Kinsman street, of the father of the de-
I. The comrades of the young sol
dier were in attendance, and followed the
remains to the grave, moving to the music
dirges performed by a band.
Hook Ago Laddie Toobjuhcst. One of
the most interesting features of the Fair of
the Wellington Agricultural Society, which
took place on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday, (and one which, by-the-by,
was a very interesting and successful
one) wss a tournament between the Hook
and Ladder companies of Elyria and Ober
lin, which took place on Friday afternoon
prize was offered to the company which
eould in tha shortest time, run, with its -
track ana ladders, around the ring eighty
rods in length stack a ladder, and send a
man to its top. The prize was won by tha
Oberlin company in 1 minute 10 seconds,
the Elyria company making it in 1 minute
seconds. The former time is, we think,
tha best on record, and is at any rate, very
Thb Pis touts or the Fiasr Battist
Chubch, Kov. A. H. Strong, late of Haver
hill, U ass., who haa recently accepted the
nnanimont call of the First Baptist Church
this city, to fill their pulpit, which the
death of the Bev. Dr. Adams left vacant
preached hit introductory, sermon on yes
terday morning to a large congregation.
The subject of the sermon was "The Power
the Gospel." Ik was an eloquent, earn
est, and scholarly production, and was
listened to with the greatest attention and
interest. . Mr. Btrong hat refused a call
from one of the largest and most influential
cliorchoa of Brooklyn, to accept that of the
F.rst Church. Though yet a young man,
hat already acquired a most enviable
potation aa a gospel minister, and the
, ureh to which he yesterday commenced
1 minister may be congratulated upon
iving secured e zealous and devoted a
attor. . " .
Bailsoib TuifaaL Complxtid. The
hens (O.) Messenger, of last week, an-
nonces the completion of the Filcber Tun-
I ea tha Marietta and Cincinnati Bail-
A. This tunnel it 1,800 feet in length, '
t is tha eighth opened on the road.
Lots OrpgUD st IUtuoad Carrr .lists.
Tie Erie Railroad Company has been of-f.-ieda
loan of $5,000,000 by English capi
i. lis't, which will probably be accepted.
i i f roposalt have been made for the amal
f B .lion of the i Erie interest with that of
tut Atlantic & Great Western.
I : ibresota CuTkAi. RaiLkOAS The track
nl : he Minnesota Central Eailroad wis laid
i. . Uinnoapolis on the 26th, and tha first
' of ears entered that place in theafter
j jn. Tha work nas been prosecuted with
great rapidity in order to complete it bc
ire the State Fair. Trains commenced
running to Duadat on the 27th. In two
weeks tha road will ba completed to Faribault.
A "healthy" loyalist named Pendleton
has been making a speech in Virginia. He
was once an old line whig. Ha has been,
opposed to secession. How he wants to gr
to Congress. In his speech occurs thin,
pleasant and pathetic passage: "i
Yankee generals Wadsworth, llr .
Robinson aad Kice camped on my xor
for five months, winter before laat; .irr
although I don't exactly believe in t;
providences, tha fact that three ot U'in
fell dead at the "Wilderness, the day a'
they crossed the Bapidan, looked liku a
special dispensation in my bei"
stamps Pendletcn as "bout i t
"health test krva'- w" e aeon t'-v.
him " vgress. A.,y rTk ?f4.