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SATURDAY MORNING, 8EPT. 7.18CI.
LOCAL MATTERS.
. The Adams Eiores Comoanv nlace U dally
nnder obligation to It for th very ltst paper
. irom the eastern cities. , 1- - i
Tbo American Express Company bai bbr
(.bank for Itg daily farora ip the shape of the
?ery latest eastern papers- ' tr '"' ' ;
Tint Ccontt FalaTbe Fair dosed yestsr-
day. The nu-bsr of visitor, was much larger
than on any prsrlousdaf., ,,.',' '
Th. tn ... th. tMtiliHr anil M.
u ujm bivi-viiwu n
The first prS-l
Ing of horses arouod tbe ring.
minmon fast trotting horses wss awarded to
n r ,.ui. -t. ..i e
AioaaaDnavixs.oi - -. ,,r
mlnm for ladles horsemanship to Miss Litxil
Masoh, of Prairie township. JasMuow took
the first premium for the same lt year. The
ladles were all commended for tba Skill
grace with which they managed and rod. their
Steeds. -. . ,, ,
We publish on another p.ge of this paper
full list of the premium, awardsd, with the ex.
oepuon oi iikss a carm bnw m itdwd u
j. v i-. . i j - mi.. m.i
awaras uat uut jai ucco mu
When made
we shall publish them-, . . , ., lt . ..
. Our agricultural friends may, oonslderlng tbe
nnfarorableness of tbe season la some respects,
and the depressed condition of business, be well
satisfied with ths results of our County Fair.
Probate Court.
Items of business transacted In tne .Probate?
Court of Franklin county during the week, nd-
i v.ia.. o. k.. R i oci. -'- -. ' t
.u8 uuuu, cVrau.w. '-rVv.
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED.
Otis M. Nearamer and Mary L. Jones, Hen-
- . . .' .
ryReeband Mary Gaul, Charles S tark and I
Sanhla fTnaalamar. Wm. Rnaa and Loo. Frland.l
r i .
Boston M. McEwen and Nancy Combton, Wm.
Ltner and Kate Merman, Wm
and Annie Hambleton, Thoma
Catharine Ledure.
H. Williams
Herblch and
. l; . J .1.. t
ADMINISTRATION.
Sept. 1 Mrs. Sarah ; Field was appointed
Administratrix on the esUte'of William Field,
late of Columbus, deceased.
, ,, , . j'ai i i . . I
Hsnry 9. Nell as appointed Administrator
. i . tt - wwr a ar ,i I
os esati noa on tne estate) oi v. n, luamer.i
lata of Colnmboa. deeaaeeel ' ' I
Rant It Tha Ijat aarltl an1 UlamfnL With I
.v. '.. ., . . i...
mo guuiuii auucAvu, ui a uuuiaa nwur w I
Columbus, deceased, was admitted to-probste.l
.Sept. C Joseph E. Hutchinson. wu qualified
u Executor of the said last will and Testament
of Tbomaa Wood, having given bond In" the
sum of $10,000. . .
GUARDIANS APPOINTED.
Dr. Bulen, of Grove City, was appolntep
guardian of Fountain S. Poatel, a mlnorj .Wm.
H. Dryan was appointed guardian of Theodore
M. Burge and James Nefif, minors, to enable
his two wards to legally collet In Col. Carrlng
ton's Regiment. s - .'."'r
DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS.
The following minors, volnntcers at Camp
Chase, were disoharged from the servioe by
Jndgo Albery, on the ground that thoy had en
listed without the consent of parents or guardi
ans: John Conley, jr.,Clermout county) Dan
iel Kennedy, of Morrow j'Zichsrlsh McElfresh,
of Coshocton, and Charles E. Butler, of Ma
rian. Jt : I . ..VJi ' i
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of
SENTENCED CRIMINAL TERM.
At the Criminal Term of the Probate Court,
held Tuesday, September 3, Paul Redman and
Maudlin Simmons were tried oa a charge of ler-
of
j a ii. c .u- i
ceny, aou, naviog oeen muuu guinj oj u urj,
were sentenoea to pay a noeoi i eacu, ana lot
costs ol prosecution, and ib Imprisonment for
fifteen daye In the dungeon of the county
iaii. ,j :,; . -. ; . .. :. :.
Three boys, Charles Marshall, Thorns. Cro
nin and Peter Smith, were tried by the Court of
I
on th. charge of wllllntly d . m.Uoiou.1,
breaking Into a railroad ear In the daytime,
with Intent to commit larceny, and ware found
guilty aod .eutenced a. follows. Marshall-.
! aa.r. j : . t. i.n fo
now oi w auu ut, a.uu .iuuu.... .u
tor seven dsys; Uronin a ane of o ana oosu,
and two days In Jii 8mlth-$5 flue and cost.
and ooe day io jail.;
a
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ha.
and
117 A compsoy of 101 men, nnder tbe com
mand of Capk Hirrs, from 8k- Marys, Aag
lalzs coutitj, arrived at Camp Brown, near
Clevelaud, eterday. This company ie com'
posed entirely ol Germans, , and was reeruited
In the short space of six dajs' for the Thirty
..., ir...l ri' -..I-t- ..I
seventh (German) Reglmeot now organ!. .ing at
oamp Brown. When, thia company left noma, (
there were three more fulltbmpsnles preparing
to leave for Camp CpasaC .-:-.:;t . : .
" .f ' J
A Hanmoiu BuoO.It' it g'ensriily cms-
a r.i c,j .r.t,. Tft,. o,.,a. of
ceded that Col. 8ii.oi.tom. of the Unlled BtaUs
notet, on tnw uanuavmeet wuggj inn y i
It wss manufactured by ..Joan Sauiuioa, Car
rlage Manufacturer, of this cltf.It ) Indeed
beauty. ', ' ' v i '-
that
the
.aid
i
pounders, with carriages all tomplete, and be-1 who
side these, nineteen carriage, and several ban.
iMd pound. of .hor ,nd .heii.-riai
JT Th. Federal Government has sent irom
Pittsburgh to Cincinnati aUeJtta 32" and ?4-1
joatterlee, one of 6 poonder and 'the -othetof i,
u pounasr guns, to camp, vunisoow' i oer.
.rs new three batteries) tfthe camo.'1"" l
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- . , - ',
r.amat. Owm Rail KjABTia aUana'aIL
a tm- . ... ,f
,on of , Director, resulted;. .r eleotlen qt lh.
he old board. Th. loard- was teorganissd by
. .. a. SlJJ J. ' .' 1 ...
tavaieatton oi rton. n. j jxwstt rraauaenL.1 vi
ITst. Wwo, Esq., 8oar.tar And TrearoryV ; All
lie oldofBoera have beea retained. .-: :t. 4
Ijllll T,.
.J tsvij
ST Two companlas one from Miami count1.
ad th. other composed ef volenteers -from
.,' ' ' i.J i-iH1
kthsOS. Hoeklof And Perry OOUntietf hav. Jtt I
ived at Camp Chasai ' m asit.r. I
i.' a T' " - v-.l iL'.1' ''.I
CT Ttn .w D. JSowaa'as, of Warten,aal
senk , . " i .-. ifikA...
. . ' -: ' " I I
t.j..."Ail
fTFire person. eea' brought' Worsii'tae
layer yesterday morning, and fin4 fot tfrtfik
aness and disorder!: ooaduoi.:. L .b .
Good and Bad TiomcS.--An ?dltor fi" often
.l.ed.pontolndiuartlo.e.,b.th.kbowo
i use sorrow in many u jor tuwBM, gms
tUroad or tteamboat disaster ia idbtf abnoanc
1. a fatal accident fls to bo recosdedt then is
;a haart sad aa h. thtnjt i of thi tears that will
. shed as th paragraph h. aa itidltfog 'will be
..-..J Una Bihan haloeta an. itaat thai will
TWUf pepvri A uaw -v.. -- II
rrlta Klannedy'. MsdlcAl EboOntji U is lie
th. dead, and health to' tbosa whoL ar slck.1
'"- .a aai. .1
Ul kinds of humor sre tnrwdiwoiigaitracgtc;
fl.anoa from th slightest plfcpl M 'df -
rat case of stirofula.-, leprloa la eason
blt Is can be obtained everywhere, and
here U no oocaaloa for tbo afflicted to remain
ST OoiooR Loruao, Jr., of Cambridge,
beea- eppoloted. Quarter-Master la th
fUgtaent
ST, Th pise to supply your family
good groceries at roesonabl prtoM 1 at
thaox'i, No. 106 Sooth High trott.
ST VlLUAM CtSNDIMINO, Of, ClooluMti,
boon appointed a Sargaoa la th arm.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
'''"-'.' DUAKTOMS,
sVfsilfsi tnm HmVaiW '
iiik. m a 1 1 t.M..
fitubaifh, itu. T w. otilaOniu;
j1) o'oloea p. m.
a J.J11 t0' J0.1 and Olanlaad olotN
i wii inananTizoem() u 1 o'clock d. m.
! Way MalleloMs dallj (SamUyi
I eptd) H o'olook p. m,
fall cIoms dally (Snndji ezcapted)
t otm Ohio Way
I at 10 o'clock t. m.
olnolnnilU Waj , eMn a
I o clock
tt fi?tT&
"&lttotXniti t tiBtMat ToWOt 0h-1.
aodnti, inditupoii, Xratniiu, tt. Loni,uid Detroit,
"rK?
"esaaus isandari excepted) at lu o'clock i. m.
vSi".
tSSSSt ffiJ!r& "Kffft
"""niHuii eiow auij (Danaajs fxceptea; at
p.
lul Wulfall h W.Hnn.1 HaA in 7.-.lt..
""J (snoc aji excepted) at is e-oloek m.
-' Btrrlibonh MiilaloMa dell (iundintmntan it
S'oloaha. .
MU Tenan Mall, hmrnt WMtarrlllonil In.h..
sloeae dally (Sandays exeepted) at 8 o'olook p. m.
fiubUo llaU eloMt dall7(8andays axstptedjat 8 o'olock
w. ai .
lanaaabw Way Mall elows dally (gundayi excepted) at
'' fells rrom New Tork, Beaton, Philadelphia, Buffalo,
'TfJV 02SSi 5L.T
and all loothern clUee, arriTS between the boars oft
v-".anaeo-oiocae. m.
oro lodlanapoUa, Qblcafe andSabaqne arrlrs
' Mmll.'jroin Waahlngtea City, Mttnore, Wheellne,
?t'11,j N"; .teabaaTtiie, att. Vemon, and the
0.0. R. E. WawafaiLarrlnat lBa'claka.
Way Mail from oinetnnati amree at I o'clock
OMtar Mall arrlTee at o'clock
p. m.
n. .
laet WlT Mill arar tha National OnaS iMm It
rioca a. m.
. Mt. VaroonWay MallarrlTeeatllOa. .
, Mali from Dublin arriree at IS o'olock m.
,i Vrbana Wu Hall arrival at a V1 n. . r.
. Barrijbaiih Mail arrlree at 11 o'clock a. m. -Lancaster
Way Mall arririe at 19 o'olook m.
Uffloe dellrery opea erery day (except Sonday) from
a eiock a. m. to 9 o'clock p. at. Ojmb oa 0ondayi
tnua. T 1 t A .0-1 a- m . w a a .
. . cioca m ue morninc, ana irom a to
a'claalt In th Htn. - n . I ..
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
j,tlTM muau a daanataoi a Xma su n.
. . . .
. .,): ,r , . Lmvm. Arrives
"'ocuwau aeowuaeaatioa., s:se A. M. S:10 P. M.
Xzprei
.11:40 A. M. 1 110J A. U
Malt aad Acooaaodatlon. . HOP. M. 1 8:00 9
"'fhtliiprees Tie Day ton,lS:00 midnight. 8:20 A. U
- " 'J .'... Juo W SoaaaTV Agent.
OoLoasotA CuTtuuroI.il. ''- '
"iht lzprete...... S 40 A. at. - 11:15 p. H,
new York Eipree 11:10 A.M. . 10:50 A. U
0.0. kO. Waylxpreai.... 8:.W P.M. 7:50 P. U
., i , Jaaws rarrntoD.igeaa.
OdrrBAbOauK.Ii.-
bo. I Xxprett 1J0 X'. ft. tt:SJA. M
No. i . S:1S t. H. 11:45 A. Id
,VS ' ' W. J'. tan, Agent.
Pi-rnitiMn, bouJamoi OmcnmaTt .;
all Train 130 A.M. ll.'SSA.lt
Xxpraaa Train , 11:95 A. 11, 8:45 P. M
aiit ' V' " Jos. BosisSoS, Agent.'
Oosvoiibos a IsotAaoroua, k. a.
.. (Oouaaoa Piqoa A Iaouai R. It.)
No. 1 IxpreM :M A. M. 1:00 P. U
o :UU P. M. 7:SO P. M
AceoaaaodaOon . ' V - - 10.90 A. M
0. WV.aiiTa. Aient.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Dispatches from Washington.
Wasbinoto", SepUmber 5. General Burn
side baa been assigned duty here In command
unbrigaded regiments.
Colonel Marcy, Ioapeotor General of the
United States Army, his been appointed Chlet
McClellsn 's staff,
The Washington Star's correspondent .ays
there are now no rebel troops at Vienna except
apicsei guar a. nair way oetweea ratrlax
. ajuacu. uiii way
CoUtl HouM Md F.,f Chvoh M 9 remains
tnree Houtb Carolina regiments, reduced to
half the orlclnal number br sickness, etc
A respectable gentleman, lately arrived from
Horta Carolina, aay. tbe Union prospect. In
that State are most encoursarina;. The Aotine
uorcrnor is a rename unionist, rteorei leasnea
loyalty exist In .very ooaoty, and are rapidly
STalninrr mtaaVAnfrh A nauaial Aa-.i Dtata f -
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months. ' .
Two full brigade, of loyalist, are enrolled,
The leagoe. have made extended arrangement.
th ltlou of a membsr of Congress from
wvrJ Qwft rour , known o htT bee
elected on tbe 31st of August. Tbe latest ad
y ntlr. eight have been elected by
She
large vote.. Their certificate, will bear
Governor, eignature and tbe State sesl
Since the engagement at Hatteras, tbe North
Carolina troops have bsen withdrawn from Vir
ginia, many refusing to continue lu tbe Coofed
erste employment ,
The capture of Furt Hatteras aod lu defense,
apresd alarm throughout the Carolina.
regiments from. South Carolina, Georgia
Alabama, hurrying to the Potomao, bave
been stopped on! tbe way, and sent to Newburn
uccu akujjau wu,uo way, auu Bella 10 ilOWOUrn
uodtr u'in , d talBai,w ,tUck
eontemplates), upom tbe headquarters pi tbe
'
(Tribune's Correspondence.)
Mr Borch, the British Consul at Charleston,
J? h, f!i,nd ,ln Jl'flty that ths effect
the blockade la felt with Increased ssverlty
wwki . The Southern people were bitterly
lamenting ineir oestiinte oonauion.
Philadcxmia, Sept. 5. The Inaulrer ha. a
special dispatch' from Washington which .ay.
reUabl. lntormatloa ha. been reoetved by
Government of the death of Jeff. DavU
to bave taken place on Tueeday. -I';
[Times Correspondence.]
B, F. Gallliiher, paymaeter of the- nam and
has (of some time beea stationed al the
7 f wrested this niorning, by order
KE&SSZZ ?
believed hi. offens. Is disloyalty to th. Gov-
arnmauw
Captain A. Breckwlth, Commimsry of Sub.
alrteooe, has advertised for sealed propsau for
8.000 barrel, of flour, to be made Irom new
wheat also, lor 40,000 bushel, of potatoe. of
n atui,.-ln; Government ressrvlntr the
right Is each case to pay for the same In Treaa-
..... .
uv.cb. ,
WAmtttiannw. Bant. R Mal R. R Kranrn nil
appointed Commissioner of ,Pblio Build
ings, la pHco of iWood, res'goed.
' ' '
Rebels Entrenching—Late Affair
Conrad's Ferry.
m !.--k-. Bi--. " anal a. sV. a - .m
: T.Jiiaai vwitxr, raa.,oept. a. Al tn.
lataat adrioaa from Laaahnao ih..A ..... ....
eoaetl W b. about 7000 rebel troop, there. Th.
rtbelt are OTgaged In throwing on sntrenob-
meats at th. Junctlo of th.j Little? Fall road
an nart of Falrtix oounry ar. omolovad in tha
v ' 1 1 " '
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a- Abov. Loesbnrg there are no large bodla. of
rebels; bnt their picket, lino too river shore and
guard tbe fords and ferries.
Aa eye witness states tbaUhe affair at Con
rad'. Ferry a week ago wa. as follows: A par
ty or union scout, orossea too river, too .or-
a . ' . n a
ing tbo rivas oo their return tney were attaoKed
and oesspellsd 16, let th prisonsrs go. .The
next dsy a 'battery appeared opposite ur en
trenohmepta and commecoed .hailing us. W.
uaviag ao astllloty there at tha time our men J
responded with their musket, and rifle. On
the arrival Of1 our battery th rebel, toon beat
tt above
discovered to
M in range of our rifled batterr and neat Lees-
burg, i An Aotv. bombardment .ooa Mused th.
rebel to Jsav their quarter and go a mil far
ther from th.riven Oor artillerist, say they
threw shells from thetrrlfled guns OTCf and be
yond th towii of . Letbufff ' 'i
Baltuiom, Sept. 6 Archbishop Kenrlok has
Issued a circular directing observance of tbe
National fait day, appointed by th Preal-dens.
Conrad's Ferry. Rebel Outrange--Several Persons Killed
Conrad's Ferry. Rebel Outrange--Several Persons Killed and Wounded--Railroad Train
Thrown into a River.
with
bu
Hddson, Mo., Sept. 6-Abe Hager, bagcage
master on tbe Hannibal and St. Joseph Rail-
read, furnishes to tbe St. Louis Democrat tbe
tollowln account of a diabolical loatrage
that road day before yesterday. -
Tbe Dassaneef express train bound west.
Scot. 3d. wss thrown into Platte rlrer. tbe tlm-
kMf Ka uat and nf th hrl!lra nwmt that
imin hino. hnn hnrnd nairl thronch..
Th nntlr train want down. th ancrlno turning
orer and the baggage, freight, mail and two
nuiarnr muIim nilal on bin. Tha nuMnm
eoaones were completely smashed, and I was
the onlT one of the naaiM?era that aaoaDsd nn.
M
hurt.
After aTettlosr out of ths baeeaee car I com
menced taking tbe paissnge'rs tbat were not
killed from the wreck. Conductor 8. C. Cutler
died in few minutes. 'Frank Clark, engineer,
had one leg completely twisted and jammed In
strings; be also died ia a few moments. Mar-
uu rtauu, man ngeui, buu muure, nreowu,auu
I. Pn. hralraman. aw. IrlllaH.
-Among tbe wounded were Me. Medill, son
of Dr. Medill, of Ohio, and bis wife, both
uauiy uijarea. i coaia not tears me names oi
all tha naaaano-era. I went ta St. Joaenh and
r o - . r
got an engine, pbyslolans, and other necessa
ries for the wounded, andyeaohed tbo wreck at
a a.m.
News from Hatteras Inlet-Union
Feeling in North Carolina.
tt
fnaMnnH sr r ti. aJrM,,i..iin .nil
Harriet Lane arrived from Hatters Inlet thia
nnminv. That m,i id. ain.t.ntir.!ni, in.
telllgenee. Tbe Confederatee hare abandoned
theht strongly fottlfled fort at Ooraqoke Inlet.
Multitudes otiNorth Carolinians bave demon.
strated their loyalty to the Government by
owning to Fort Hatteras to take the oath of
allegiance. Col. Hawkins send, word that be
he oath to between 200 and 300
in a. Ingle ds . :
Tbe steamer Pawnee still lies In the Inlet and
the Susouebanna on the outside. The Snsque-
toe Susquehanna on tbe outside. Tbe Snsque-
hannarun down to Ocracoke Iolot and found
1L 1 .1.1 .. ..' a. a - .a I
iue loruncationstDere completely aeserteo; tne
IrtnradArataa had naarlart thnlp vnna. and
Confederates, had oarried away their guns, and
a wnite nag was exhibited. '
Flora Temple Seized.
Yobk. Sept. 6 Flora Temple was
seised yesterday on the race course bv tbe U.
a. Marshal as tbe property of a Baltimore Se
ceaslontat. , She bus just been beaten in
straignt neata Dy t-tttan Allen, i t j
A secession Bag was found yesterday stowed
away on board tbe United States transport Ma.
rlon. The Marion was under charter by th.
Government, and bad Just been seized as the
property la part of secessionists.
threo
New York Democratic Convention.
I
SriACtrix, September 5. A long series of
resolutions were offered, expressing love for tbe
Union, . determination to vigorously prosecute
tbe wsr for an honorable peace for all section.,
end a general detestation of tbe Republican
party and its principles.
The fhllnwlnff ara tmnne that raanlnttnna -t .
' Restlvtd, That the Democracy of this State
willauataln nn war nor flnnntanannn an nao.a
tending to the separation of, these States, aud
that thev will reeard anv attamnt to nerverk thia
confliot Into the emancipation of the slaves as
r. . I ... 1 1 . 1 L. .... . . , I
ibhi tu uo oopea oi mo resigrnuon oi tne I
Union.-'' - i -j. .,
Rualntd. That it ia tha dntv nf tha Ailmln.
Istratlon. imltatintr the oatriolio anirit of tha
people, to abandon the narrow platform of the
Chicago Convention, which stands condemned
by the suffrages of nearly two-thirds of the Deo-
pie, and to step lorth noon the broad olatiorm
ol tbe Constitution; to expel corrupt men from
office, to exclude from its oounciis the advocate.
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a...T""..." r . 1 T.. " wu-
oiHOBoi woooansry, itno so commana more
laro-fllT tha nnhlln rpnnont and ennnrlanra. I.
" BjTiJZf rk.V Vrir7.i. .V.. .
. '. ' . " " ' ".,.7i. ! "! . , '
VI auuiuiary uniccna wi ujiwbini law BUIUOK lu I i
.urgent .populations, aod within the line, of
aaiisi oats J uuomuuu-i Wf3 uivica SKlllUOt IU. W
aai-HSiaat aL.i . . .1 ' . I
Ti11" J"" rww Bavwpa .u. ..F. u
tlea or I tha nnnnla. nan ananpnit tha n.iallaira
.1.- I. L - L . r OF "I
utiuowrmui wr, lor citii uurasn
we protest against the assumption of the Ex-
acntlra nower to eatabllshasvHem of nnnrt.
i i :J i iT.Va.k p a iv. r
aoatnat tha rlirht nf tha Kaflpfal Kmarnmant in I .
organitte system, of St... Police, .gainst tbe
AMiimntinn nf PttiArAl KxpniitiVAfl tn rnnraaa I
rt. h71;: V . f. n7... h. ZZZtZi
man laouuies, in any way except Dy me Decision
of the civil tribunals, and tbat finally, we pro
test against tbe doctrine of President Llnooln'e
message, that tbe States derive their authority
irom the Federal Government, as subversive of
tbe fundamental doctrine of American liberty.
; In tbo afternoon session D. B. Ogdea made a
pairiotio appeal to the Demooraey to rally round
the Stars and stripe. In support ot tbe Union.
He said tbe rebellion must be put down, or the
Government under which we have lived for
eighty years, will be put down. He would bave
thia rebellion orushed out, aod then would guar
antee tbe South all ber constitutional rights.
Immense applans. and cheer greeted these
sentiments. : ' -. ' .
f A long discussion ensued on the' resolutions,
which were taken up separately. -
The whole series were saopted. .
R Floyd Jones was nominated for Secretary
f State, George F. Comstock for Judge of
Court of Appeals, Judge Scott for Comptroller,
bjmen Lemaine tor Attorrey uenerai, r. u.
Brouck for Treasurer, J. B. Lord for Canal
Commissioner, for the long term and W. W.
Wright lor the short term, ; -',"'."
Adjourned sine die. .. .. .. .
in
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ed
The Kentucky Senate Organized—
Magoffin's Message.
FaanKraT. Ky.. Sept. 5. The Setate orffan-
lxed by the election of John Fi-Fisk for Speak
and It H. Johnson for Clerk." .
Governor Map-omn message .ay. Kentuekv
has a right to assume a neutral poeUioo; tbat
he had no agency in foe taring a MOtloha! party
in tne tree states, ana nia not approve tne sep.
arate action of and secession of Southern States
at the time. Until recently Kentuokv'a neutral.
Ity ha. not been seriously aggressed by either cy
belligerent power. ' Lawless raid. has. been
'
fired
'
.offered on both tides, private property .eixsd,
commerce Interrupted, aod our trade destroyed.
These wrongs nav Been oorno witn patience
and reparation obtained when possible, but a
Federal military foro has bee organised, equip
ped and encamped la the oeatrat portion of Ken
tucky without consultation With th State au
thorities, bnt a short time' before the assem
bling of a Legislature fresh irom - the people.
If tbo people of Kentaoky desire more troops,
let, them be obtained nnder tho Constitution
of Kentucky. I recommend that tbe law of
last spring be amended to enable tb Mili
tary Board to borrow a anfflolent sum to pur
chase arms and monitions for bnr defense.
Tha Governor tnfara from tha Preaident'a nnr.
reipondenoe, tbat il be thought the people of
Kentucky wisbed we removal 4t tne f ederal
foroa from Kentucky, tne rresident would com
ply. Gov. Magoffin recommends the passage
of resolutions requesting the disbsnding or re
moval of all military bodies not nnder tbe 8tate
authority- He complains ot the continued In
troduction ol federal guns, and the distribution
thereof, to private citisens. He thinks this
source of irritation should b arreate 1. Ho re
fers to the Legislature numerous esses of .ag
gressions npon private right, by both belliger
ents, where he had not tbe right orpwerto af
ford redress. " t: . - i-
After discussing our national difficulties be
ssysi Kentucklsns bave meant to await th ex
haustion of all civil remedies before they will
even consider th question of assuming new ex-:
ternal relational bat I have never understood
that they will tamely submit to nnconitltutional
aggressions, nor.tbat thev renounced their sym
pathy with tbe people of ber aggrieved sister
States i nor that thai will approve of a war to
eabjogate the 8outb; still less can) I oonstrn
any ot their votes as meanibg that they will
prose cat a coercive war against their Southern
brethren. Tbey meant only that they have some
hope of the restoration and perpetuation of tbe
Union, and until that hop la blasted, they will
ot alter their existing relations: Their final
decision will be law to me, and I w(U execute
every constitutional act ol their sepresentativss
at vigilantly and faithfully a. though If origi
nated with myself. - ' 7 ,
:. Th Governor ay. that In no thoucht. word
or act ha. h. thwarted, the lawful purpose of the
people of Kentucky, and cite instance, of bla
adherence thereto, He denounce, tbe Treat-
dent' war proclamation of April 15th, as
Illegal, and therefore he return, a peremptory
refusal to the demand for Kentuoky troona.
Citing subsequent act. of tb Administration,
ns says b csnnot giv tnsm any ori or aano
lion. Th Governor protests .gainst th Pre..
log
jaw,
nal,
els.
.
Tbe
13
.
icated
of
ease
give
ternal
with
of
an
Thia
and
be
to
'
A.
H77
Ident's osnrpattons, aialnst further prosecution
of the war, against Kentaoky beiog made
mpiDg groaud or pathway. fo moTementa of
'orees by either' belligerent, and reoommends
Geoeral Assembly to pass resolutions re
(lQl'lni; both belligerents to keep off our soil
oatD respect Kentaoky neutrality. My respeot
I lor state rlgbteand State eo?erelgnty will make
I mt 1,0 'Q rerpeotf ul submission to tbe maiorl
'? the people, so long as I am a oitizen of
I KSOtUckT. ! - V
It Is uoderstood that fior. Maffoffla rscelred
at Ffankfoi t. to daT. B deSDStcb from General
?rnt.of Cairo, stating tbat Tennessee troops
I uao entered Co lumbal. .. Oor. Mneoflia tele
8aphed Qot. Harris, protesting sgalnst this,
,0 which Oor. Harris reclled. eajing that he
would request President Darie to withdraw the
troops i-u
Southern Items from Louisville.
LooiiriLlc, Scot. 5.Capt Oorsnch, who
I yesterday headed ap expedition carry log: off
arm. to Elisabetntown for the Confederate
-."o, uu uevo arrwteuv . '
I A renort widnlv xlrnnlatail In.riaV. that F.t.
Msyor Barbae bad reoeWed a dispatch affirming
positively the death of Jeff. Davis, to. entirely
i wum, luuuaauoa. :, . i . . I
rnls evenlnff Loulavtlla is full of rumors that
I .1 n . . a . .
the Federal o-un.hnata. nelnir fired noon from
Columbus, had responded by shelling and born-
iuk mat town, bnt no TeriHeation or this im
probable store ran bu nhtatned to nlpht. ' "1
The New Orleans Crescent savs the Mill tart
Board of MIssissiDnl. has tendered tbe services
a vessel lull armed and eau otei for tne ae
"? of Mississippi Sound, bat declined... ,. ',
nionmono disDstcbes to tbe Soutbern Dress
J, President called together Congress ler
;",' . 'i i
, 7.. . .r"1"' s.
""a in f ort bmitn. Arltansas.
- u'egMd's report of the battle of Bull Run
Published. He calls tbe engagement a re
administered &"kble MtUlefT : rtompllments the
Washington artulcry,and mentioosalew names
OompllmenUrily., , M. . , . :
. Wilmington Journal saye Fort Hatteras
f.,;," " i'1"'"!" 1 1 ,1 .!
eli,n thehands oftho enemy.'tiOf because U
tlttrl tint, at till TT1 fk SI. f .1 IM AltVlt fll' e an nin II I it A ktlS 1
:"""" ?,,""rr.r. . 7..u ..T. . "'-Tr."
an . cid uu ouiuurauj icnnuio
to resist the heavy force brought against them.
Tn..-,;.a W. .-i w? j
.onrijrouuiu vuirccjjuuucuvc
oetween uener&i uranl ana UDVexnor Magolau
nfns ,a tr I . V. ..J . r- . I i I
v.vt .v UIV.U1.U, at., uu ou, voiumnus
Tbe .belling of Colombns Is probably tmrroe,
Letters reoelved here sav Braes leaves Pan-
MCo1' to iy wItn lDree regiments for Virginia,
g auvua iiq BBiuo Dumueroi troupe.
It I. vary sickly at Pensacola,' Thirty (o for
ty soldiers dying daily. ' ' '
Gen. Butler in Boston.
Boston, Sept. 6 General Butler paid a brief
visit to tbe State House to-day. He will prob
ably address the Union meeting, shortly to be
held at Fanenil Hall. . ... . ..t :- .
Rebel Invasion of Kentucky.
Cairo. Sept. 6 General Grant this morn lot-
telegraphed to the Kentucky I.eelalature that
. . .
tne ivonieoerate lorce. in considerable numbers
had Invaded Kentucky, and were occupying and
ThAl
Mortifying strong; position.' at Hickman and
Chalk Bluffs. This afternoon he received a re
P''tn' 01fl message, with oae from Governor
been referred to a special committee.-
Rnnrnn, Hani.'.1 M....Na ...... vl II 1
... '"tna6
an confident without tbe kuowledee or con
"tof -the President. I telegraphed Prei
J6"1 Davis, requesting their Inim.ed.ialt. with
drawal." , u a4.j ..-t.-: .
1 Account, from the rebel. In Southern Mis-
,ou.rl are conact!ng - Their numbers are vari
0UBlJ estimated at frotn 9,00(1 to 3.000,
.
Harris, of Tennease-, to Govcrnot M.goffio, bad
tlOOM that landed at Hickman laat nloht .fidJ.
; , n-- ---t .
BO Without my knowledge or OOOSent. and 1 1
Explanations of Suspicions Concerning
Major Mordecai.
PiiiLADELPHia, Sept 5.-Msjor Mordacal, Into
. r ... . .r ..-.v., ,,
command ot tne watervnet arsenal,' pub
"she. a card denying any complicity in furnish
n r k. ..i..a ;,t, . i ... : n , 'f , i 1. 1 ..
di.; th. rifle h-l&V Tb "hS
BnvnriB. nrfn Kat nn a laml A anU-Am
wByaaM, ivuawej as taw ub U AA Ul U III UtUU JUt'l,
th, inrtnlor 0f the macbiiio, to have, ooptes
.... . V . . . . wr M
OMvnv m id.id. uWI4 U ilUUHIT
ik.t k. t.. . n.i " i
r..t ,k. n. r . .
T ., V: mSwS
tnat u was uoi too. late to retract tne rjerinia-
...... " .. . ..I"."" .
. "
. a . a, . , ' . . .
mV, supporiea oy nis oaugnter, a scnooi teacb.
i.
of
In
at
11
Seizure of Another Privateer.
Easttost, Ms.,. September 6 -The ship
ait. -nn, . .. .. . . '
Alice ajiui nasjuss arrived ncre in cnarge or a
prise crew, one carried a secession nag, which
was flying with the star, and stripes ever it.
one was captured in the an bv the U a Reve
nue Cutter Arago.' The Alice' Ball Ia from
Liverpool and baa no register or other papers,
except a clearance irom toe Liverpool omoe. i
Thi. is the third ship tbat has been captured
a wees Dy tne Arsgo, ' i ne prises are all
lying lo, this harbor;
wu
ate,
'
Vessels Seized at Philadelphia.
Philadslphia, Sept. 5 The schooners Em
Amelia, Gogie, and Henry Cole, were eeia
to-day, under tbe confiscation act. alio C3
boxes of tobacco and nearly $9,000 worth oi
property or B. itl. Uailey, of Klehmond,-a
oantain of the rebel arm vt - The iohonner Ahhi
Bradford, of Boston, a nrlze of Sumter.' was re.
otpturad by thePow,ha.ttan and has arrived at the
Navy Yard, with one of tbe rebel prize crew In
rone. ., ... - ; . (
of
oeen
two
tion
mom
in
.
Latest from Pillow's Command.
Cairo. III. Sect. 6. It la rumored that
is leaving New Madrid With hi, entire
lOrCe. I -, a J . ..
It ia believed that the troons at Hickman tbat
on the gunboat, yesterday, , were, . frotn.
Tennessee. .,. . .'.-,, ,
ait
and
aay
Iowa Congressional Nominations.
occasioned by -the resignation pf General
Curliss.. '.t. ;:i ..', t,,.i w",.. ,
Boilinoton, Sept. 3. The Republloan Coq'-J
ventioa-.at - Oikalooea yesterday: nominated
Joseph F. Wilson for Congress to fill the tacan
the
--'
-
Bostow. SeDt. ' 5. Tssterdsv.' ef Govern
Briggs, at bis residence la Ktufieldjo attempt,
hastily to take down ooat baaclns: in a
room, dlsplsced a loaded market, "whioh dls
charted and shot blm, carrying awav his left
iBlilotiBg a. very serious if not fatal wound.
r1 a '
First
'
Large
email
PHILADtLTHlA. SeDt. 6. D..P. Perkina and
Robert Boulton, armorer, a tths Frsrkfort Arse
bad a hearing before Judge -Lhier, on a
charge or supplying cannon primers to the reb
r
Specie Gain in Boston Banks.
Boston, Sspt. 5. The Boston Banks made
another spool rain of &37G.400 to-day, which
swells the total now held to about $700,000.
Sub-Treasury, depowl amounts to, over
1150.000. ,!
hoop
clonic
.
:r:rjn; leland's
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND!
THE ONtY KNOWN REMEDY FOfT
Ehedmatism; . Opat iadLlITearalgiSa,
!&3J Mercurial . Diseases.
' ,v a n. 11 1 1 ,.lk, 11 , n 1 m(i it ft aj.y-t
It a conveniently arvanrtd Band.' otrhtathlhi a med
oompoond, to aswora avoondrhe Waist, without'
to the most delicate person e; no change In habita
living la required, and It entirely removes the dia
from the system, without producing the injurious
arising from tb Bee of powerful Internal medt
dnet, whioh weaken an deal toy- the eonatttuttoB, and
temporary relief only - By this treatment, the aaad-
properties eontatnea la tne skua came in contact
the blood and reach tba disease, through the ports
the akin, effecting in eaary Instance- a perfeot oare,
rutortng H10 parts alllleted to a healtay aondjtlon.
Band la also a toostpowerful AaTi-UaaauaiAJ. tant,
will entitely Mlleva thaayttem from thefMrntotouS
ellactt of Mareuiy . , ModeraM eaaea . aurad baa Sew
durs.andweareeonatantly ncwiytng testimanlale ot Ka
fiuoacy In affgravated oaeee of long -steading. v
laiLi i,00. to bo had at Vraggiata generally, raj eta
sent by mail ereapreet, with full directions for nto.
any part of the country direst bom Aha Biipoiuat
OBcei ' 1 w.a .
loi "40 "BlBOADWAT, tio&XZ
'!;"0:;SMliua4 CQ.:fiol tVoprietors. ' v
H. DeeotiplivaOlTOulara Bent Free.
J. B)HTJILLSR Se BOH, DarjooiiTs, AotM-rt, No.
I. High St., bet, friend and Mound, Oolumbus, 0.
XOAt:nt Wanted Everywhere.
athWlylsorlitp datw
salea
81,000
da
$1
3.500
1
port
good
. '
far
priaao-5
meet
snd
.
state.
Vtkfl
forto
' .
for
had
aia...
:.-BTbcBikT-Btev
Boca
do
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, September 6, 1861.
The fallowing are tba Mttll qoouUoni correetej hr
"m. u. KntiMax, wnotn:iaiiS rctill croou,
juo Bouib High 8irt.
wheat.
.'. Wo,
Oorne m. ,j Sit
Butter f....;.. 1012Xci
Mm t a.. a. - ki
Tullow .J..iU.lOc
S 0. Bagu f ..ex10e
Maple do...I...l...W(IOe
Molaatee .zaL. ....40H)a
Byrap t gal., .6(ki73o
Tea ,.,..W)c.,eOo.(l 00
VauSj. . . ! An
Dried ApplaettbS.. .Ui KloOoffee ft.... ISl'e
vtita feache,.. 753 WH.Iam10Ti-T..-..-..r KMc
Whltlieaaea)aa.10uvm BK k .fe
routoei. new in.40(S;0c Rroomi do..ai SO mi 7S
Suit in lack.... ...,'.Uc Bay S) ton . . 00
t.w...l,so;SoaprDex) e? ... tc
SS,,,i,2',1
tJitafvie
fi'1
OornMeaj W".?'
wer ooa..
""f
Salt 11.
Beef ewt.. j.;...' ail W
Uane .... liic
ghoulilere ,..., &.
Bitl'orkScwt.. SlOc,
wood f cord. i.. rmm.
BackerelNp.lhfbbl 9M
i An
White rub serh'f bM ai Sfl
White Vlthper qr bbl $2 loi
flour f bbl Hty4S0
Whiu Wheat do..... .Si 00
Rye Floor bbl... .4 00
.Uaadlas.Tellow.bx. UXe
Oandlea, Opal. box. . 1UC
Oheeee M 812X
Hominy per bnih eiuu
Whliky per. gall. tS&l 00
alelna, M R.i Box,r.S 60
i Iayen ,....3 ss
Prnnei V
ec wool Twine
Bultan V fc WXe
...8lXe
ma v lb.
WHOLESALE MARKET.
" . wassw asvonr.
f iina-aales1 at. (.2 9094 M (or , red ajid 4 00
WsCAT-dull atS570c. , , . u
' ,C0HS-ales at 18o
Oa e tales dullat JffllGc. . .
Kva until aelce at 4.Ve)50e.1'
, Hav lalet at 5S0.
. PoTATOcaialee tt 50o.
Bkaiit taUiat87ctlS5. .
Salt rule! at .1 b& OS per bbl.
WniTa Vub rule at to S540 75 per bbl. '
fl 8ugari,.7cai Bid Coffee advancing itil I.
New York Cattle Market
.. REPORT
Pon thi Wb Kkdino Wlbjuidat, Bept 4, VtsCl.
toiai acukirn or tarru or U bindi, roa tikwttk;
a4saCsrdlnr tA ths ronnrf. fmrti lhs aawatal n,B-lro
Pi"" la ti otty7 thiri Lav been reoelnd thleweei-
p.7v. .T"' -"taLV-i!!!!::---1
.. aai. a... . I
i. a,.--' "nT- "",t.u' ?M 'ne-.f '
... . j .... . .
iS'J '"' JJ ?L if?, it4',' ? '
0'Brlene.w.H p I j to 5 030
Ohaaberlla'e..! S3 43 47 3 9M
sou ba n, Ber. .,
m. ,
129
4U4 14 3;9 ,
'418 12.153
3 9,700
4 004 38,4St!
,'ii 21. ia:
7,630 B.0C8
lotal.w..... 4 330
I'lpr'awaea.' 122
Avj nnmber '
w'S,l'ty'r. 4.31
ana
ana
tlne
snvte raoM nirrutcirr itti
who
fiWjOonnectlcutc
........ 474. Sew Jertey.
i ' r .
. ...... ij,i:iazaa....
..n.t.'S.oyrklanada..
-- rri ui.L
....... ... '.iiu'ymi
iMIatouri.
'Virginia
!9
ie
105
A. M. A lit rton St Co.i Proprietor! of the Wathlngton
uiun jimi, aim-it, report tot uattio in market Irom
tneroiiowing Btatet:
Nan York......
Ohio. ,.t,J,..a.
Indiana... v..
Illlnoit
Kentucky......
Iowa
PennaylTaBis-r
pain
the
New
BEEF MARKET.
Number' vennrled for thia market at Vnriv.rnn.tli
Street, 3,T0O. 1 ' -..? ' :t,
ales
ta prlcet to day are quoted tt followtt
Plrttqaallty.'.".. ...8K Ordinary...".;.':.. - 6f7
Medium....,.,;; 7i8 Some extra good..." 03. ,
tone
I tan
Xbe general averaire or lbs market at fnll7Xc.i.!
Hie moat of the talet range from 7(3?Xo.
w.n Kd Ett'J"JZ2&
Ttm nnmber of iieevet rtceived lo tb tty UU wttlt.
"iL ''.'leM 19f ,ut- . '
.nan me averags oi taet year. too average nan-
ber of each Wedneadav markat l..t tr... ..1a,i
wnna me numucr to Uay twlna -8,700, ahowe SS9 head
lees than the attrage, and 851 head more than thiiday
and
oien,
it
would
any
stand
tbs close or tni auaanv -
n uataBAVept. 4. We hare an a.ilon to the
nuuioor reportea yeaterdny of 4I U heail, pari of which
are 01 tnis State and flrtt-elaia, tuil market opened title
morniag in lauoonnaence or the brektra and owner! that
all thia claat would tell out at the ratet of yesterday, that
bX'Jc. a pound for net weight of beef. Therreatett
UOrtilin. however, nr lha nfW arrlanU mmwrn tha
ott of tcallawKt, and the ownert of tucb will return I Tho
nil nrnnlaim I. Ih. Inn4..l ..M ih.i 11.. a.n I ,AUU
. .uuc, ma. iu, iriuuuea re
port of an advance of the market la all a lie that their
oattle'wereat good at any here, only not quite to large,
end did not tell tor flc. a pound. Aa It it only a point
veracity fetwoen tho two rennrti rarmera will heiiom
Jnrt which they please; and tbey may 01 may not believe
iucj picaee, taai tne proi)iecc naa not looked to well
far tha m this year as It does now; and) If we had food
bnllocktln (rood pattares, we would keep tbem there
full faith thj.i we have teen tbe lowest point in the
urci inarari
In conclusion, we can rav that thia haa nn,nl ... r
i. prat uioaina uavs ox ins maivaa thia ta nn,
wlthsundln the fresh stock arriving this morning, it,
and all that Wat left over from yesterday, haa haan ni,l
ut at good prioet as were enrrent yetterdty, and wa
think tliat several hundred head more would hive sold
tney naa neea aero, tr owners would snbmlt to a ver
sugut reauoitoo 01 asking prices. .
By
TN
JL
at
the
m.,
county
acres
lion
THE SHEEP MARKET.
Hecelntt this week. 14.329 i.
Wo have a very decided Improvement to renort In lha
nne 01 Dow anevp auu lamee, tnougn tome or too sale
men think not to decided on Iambi at theeD. Thara wai
only an advance of nrloe unon all aalra an Monday
imuny, nut an air 01 iireauouc tne iraoe quite un
uiual of late. At Brownlog'i all tbe ttock on batnrday
cleared out, and a fair supply, tuouah maeh entailer
tnan or late, on Monday and Tuesday wae all aotd before
noon eaen aay, ana tne supply to day sill! tarine aaariay.
tba prlcee eUll hold op. At O'Brien'a we found tbe
pane more orowoea, but no doubt on tbo Dart. of iha
DTQKBra install woout ton ooiortnignt. ...w j..
One reeeon why tha wholesale butchers are aura will
to noy, ta an advance ea Delta, Daitlewhu-lyaoataa.
and lone-wool lam be. of from nvaiua. tha nriaa
anch wool having advanced three, cents, and la in ae
nveaemano. . M.w
Then Ita very legitimate cause for the advanoa nnnn
Sheep and Lambs thie week, though not far the same
raatun at uro anvanoo upon oeel cattle, for tbera- ha
no inoreaaon army urmana at mere naa bean for
oattle, bnt the tupply has beea so much lest than It was
watae ago, laatwun tne same demand for consume
the price won Id naturally advance. - Up to Tueeday
lo 1., however, the advance nDonmuttonearn.ua.
wasoiagto market am Boreorrevpond with the ad
upon Sheen, as It waiselllne at4JS7a e a. .
.There is another oaase of the advance and more lively
of the mtrket. The entire orowd of drovers,
and butchers, being free; sf tbe titot ot white
feather traitorism, felt In the Boat pleasant mood at tho
war newt, com irom norm utroiloa an atittonrl,
that eaves healthy animation to bnaineaa. Tha
bnlcbert felt better able to buy at th advance on Mna.
tnan at tne oiu price last week.
tbenee
postln
poles
uctu
aug3-llUwtd.
jAmes
. Ellas
BT
franklin.
the
r-
At
tate,
Ohio,
-t,orrro,0:trr
the
-
.
THE HOG MARKET.
. f 3 in
Super intandent, Mr tirant
Oorn-red Howl, ) ft, lira welght.u..4V94Ke.
DHtlllerv-IM Hon ..Swaiswn.
The advanoe Is ecoaaloned by a decrease in supply of
.WO head, and favorable weather for trade. i f
0e. W. Dortnan glvea the followlmr aa thanrira al
nnpioi.wOT.r- .... 1 i,.,.
, ... live. Deadweight,
dallty, core fed, large aise..4j4X . iiSH
auallty corn-fed.. 4kia4W swrauu
quality tmall lias fat fc prime, . ..... .
for. market butchers 4W(ifi4U Zutmau
site, still-fed, fat 3 ". ',' 4ka
Second quality ittu-red, rat SH 4H4
sizes, cnuice ttoca nogs not waaiMMHyaanx
unuaai; w vvauiua aiuaa ait lUHe; fi aaie. fr J
-aii
BY
franklin
of the
at one
situate
wit:
In
oi.
neooraex
Appraised
r-x
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 5.
ILODR Without any deoidedchantwa. -Ixtraatata la
scarce, and In good requett for export at full previous
Heat. Sales of 14,800 bbll at 4 3034 33 for taper-
tlate; 4 S034 70 for oorataonf to medium extra
3 0095 10 for shipping brands extra round
Ohio, and 5 1026 SS for trade brands dn; market
steady. Canadian four quiet andnomlnal.
RYE PLOUR Quiet and steady at U a83 W. -.
CORN MB AL Continues quiet, at about previous
prices. ' ' - ' " " ''"
WHI8KT firmer; Sales ef 100 bblat IRSIS?.
WHEAT About lo Utter, with a fair export inquiry;
of 18,000 bushels northwestern cl ub at 1 01SS 1 05;
do Milwaukee c'ub at 1 031M; 10.010 do Ra
wneaartBg at l 05 1 8 500 amber Iowa at I 10; w.Ou
ran state at (1 Bt; 8S.60O do winter red western at
It I 17, the latter price for very oholee; 230 do red
Indiana kt 1 16; UOOdoaewred Delaware at l SO;
tft White Kowtucky at 1 SOS1 30; 6,500 do while
western at 1 S4(sl W; 1,300 do oboice new while Mioh
nranaieiBi. 1 ... , ,. .f.
RY ft Quiet and firm, at ahdtat nreTlenJ anotationi.i
onauai ..iinuvniu.ii
CORN Rules quite firm, with a good demand for ex
ond hoDMOonsunrptton; saint or ii.nuuimiBeia
0 lorral
elloWv.
47!C4Sc for omnmon mixed western; 4aS0o for fair to-
yellow
Oaaadsl and
thlpnmgda., and 5152o for western
OAT8-teaflywiin eaiea at mp mr
aiaaVJar tor weaiani aau aiaia.
rORK Ooatlnaet heavy,-and prises kavaafalada
- The ttovarameoa eon tract for 15,100 btile meae
waaadeatISperbbij sales of 56 bhls at 14U5
aaeaoi ft 7410 00 fos prists. Tbe outaidt quota
Monifny very eboloe. t.-; 1 .' ,1. ,
UCBV-Kales very aniet, bat generally withodt tar
portent change; tales tuO hbh) at 4 04 SO lor eonntry
0tk5 SO for do awes; t SUJS11 0 for ro
peeked mess, end, 11 T59M SO foe extra meat, Prhne
and beef heme eonunae dull and neenlnalj -Jj
CUT MSATS-lnaotlv;e 4i14Kefor ihouldert,
5(S6Xo forhams.) " .i..n.a
LA0 Continues steady sales af 65 bbls at X
aTTEBitlelit 8lk lor Ohio, aad msuofor
r .. ' I - --r 1 mm .n.u v
.CUEEBB-Steady,sk C7Xe.
CliaaU U.m nr. hntlva. nnrf n.rf.l Im. nlna
bkd Cabs. at Vi&7Xo. intludlna, a small 'lot ot
Kteo at B4o;aaa M" Soyas Havana at 7(a)7Xo.
SlOLABota Contlnaea firm, with a moderate Inquiry
home use; pales 40 lihds Porto Rico al 3A$33o; SU
Ouba Maetovade at Sloiand 14 hhds Barbadoee at
. .... a , , n . - ' '
wli'4 flitr itlttness'l ; Olleago and
Jalena t.i,;, tlieveiaoit andlolano aus; uieve
land, Columbus and Olecinnatl fij;, Michigan Southern,
euaranteed, 30; do Southern 14; So Central t"Hl Read
ing 33)4; New York Central 731 Ptclfio Hall 71;
Harlem, Vlrtt Bonds, 93 K; Virginia 61 54Ki California
7'a77Mi Hisaourlb's 43jjfi Tennessee do 44; Kentucky
74 Hi Treasury 13'tlOU,'; United State 1 6s, of '81,
reftliilerrd, 69i.
George
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the
on,
between'
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Lot
eity
cofded
Into.
BY
lin
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elty
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aug3t-td...
E.-ruicpLLISTERr
..at alaj
Keep
Oct.
Philadelphia Market.
Philadelphia Market. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 6.
WBBAT In demand, Ktntucfr wilti it tt H red
Wni8KY-Unhnfd.
4 '. i .
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 6.
reqoeet to- for
thins alee than the looal trade. We oonttone to aaote
iuperflneattj!) 60S? W; extra at 13 80 to .4 (10.
wheat or the prime knuici, ana a steady market
at v3JC. lioisen are laiueuM aaaui acoepiiDt uiuj
flfure, and (enerally aik 7iSBOo for red and White. I
OUKN Was more eatlly had at svo to-day, wiinii
till tha iblnaflrnin ullara. .. .
w a aw a iiiiia aruvr, uuk aw. ifuwiavij Mipu&.
JtVB Ibnt little eonght for, and U dull at4Uo i
BARLRY Of prime eradee, wu sold to-dey at 4Sc.
wuifin.li Has a bitter avuketr. eoo auraocea toi
! - r .,- ... , .-t,n Outamtrclat
13X0.
Cleveland Market
CLEVELAND, Sept. 5.
FLOCK Sale of ICO bath choice red and white doable
extra t 4 51185 S3. , .. ... , ',"
WHKAT lltld hlaher. bat oactlve: tales or one oar
tea en trie at otic; one boatload tuoat at oc. .
OOhN Sales ot 1500 biuh frum etore at 31c. and on S
boat load tdoat at time,. . .. t., ... ' ..
V so y (lIC.i Ca
lUQIlWIMSS-Bale of SO bblt at 15c.
MRS, WINSLOW,
experienced Nuree and female Phytlciaa, ptetenU
to tne attention oi mower, her
SYRUP,
I FOR CMLDRfctf. TEETHING
which greatly facilitates taeproceeitf teetblnK, by tott.
SOO T H I N Q
" th "' 'S all lniUmmaUon-will allay
ali. iai3 ai.dapasiQtdio aotioD.tuui is .
"
8CUJE to lteuvi,4TC THE BO WE Lie.
" ,'Coil'rt
WUUiU
Depend upon It, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
, . : t. . - ; ,,r.
HS1XSX AND BIAITB TO TOUB nrFAKIB.
We have nut up and told thh article for over ten yean.
u an bai, in uunaiuainuK ai rauiii, orit,
wuai 'itrtb never neen tore to tar 01 any outer meai-
NRVKK HAS IT FAILED. IN A BINOLI INHT
ANUB, TU triKCT A CURB, when timely nted. Nr-
erdld we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one
used It. On the aonttary, all an delichtad with Ita
operations, and tpeak In terms of commendation of its
magical eiiocta and meHKai virtues, wa tpeak la this
matter "WHAT WJt DO ENOW;" after ten years' expe
rience. AND PtKPflB OU RBPOTAtlOS I0K1HI
FL'LILLUKNT Of ' WHAT WB UBRH DKOLARH. In
llmoot every Inttance where tbe Infant tt tnflerini from
and axbaattion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minauti after thedyrap Is adsHnlstered.
Thia valnahlo orenamtion la the nrnorlDtlon of one of
most KXP.KlDNGJlDand BKILLFUL NDKB.g la
England, and bu been used with NiTEB JAIL-
DLCCKnH in
THOOSAfsDS OF CASF.8.
Tt not only relieve the child from pain. Ml tnvhrof-
the stomach and bowels, oorrects aridity, end aivei
and energy to tbe whole system. Is will almost in)
uy relieve . 1
OHiPisa m tos bowixs, aSd wind couo
overcome convuiitoni, which. If not speedily rtme
end in oentn. we believe It tne bbst and BUB
EOT RKMKDY IN TUB WORLD, In alt eaaea oDY
ENTKI1Y and 9IARU1HEA IN CUILDRktM. wbethai
antes from teething, or from any other eante. W,
say to every motnerwn naa a enim tnsering from
of ttie foregoing complaints DO NOT LET VOl'U
fBIJUDWKB HUH lUK fKHJUDIOESOr UTIIERe
between yon and your suffering child, and tho re-
rniuiii win ne suhk yea, abulutbl, buri to
tbe ate of this medicine, if timely need, .mil dl
raoUoni for- ntlng will accompany each-bottle. None
lenuine anlete the fac-simil or OUllTlBSr. FIRKIN8.
York, it on the ooUide wracper
bold by all DragKitt throagwoBt tne
-'harm
.
1
a
so
an4
you
ever
,.
Prliclpal Office, 19 Cedar 8u-ct N.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
."oecW-dltWly. : '
of Common Pleas,
r.-Jirflnk in (Iminfv Ohm. 1
-Sale in partition.
Joseph Henry Bnckcnrldire. '
his Guirdtan, Noahf. llritton,
vs. . j 1
George Washington Shrum et al.
PURSUAHCE OF AN ORDER or
the said Court to medireotedilwill offer for sale
publlo auction, at the doot M the Court llouse in
city of Coluaibus.oa '
Satoraay, the 14th day ofJSeptember, 1861x
the hours of 13 o'clock m.. and 2 o'olock n,
tha following described real estate, eltnxte in the
of franklin, and HUte of Ohio: - -
Begmniug at tho N. W. corner of laid tract of 135
and i poles, in the petition and writ of trtl
described, and running tbenee with lha north line
said tract N. 04;deg. 30min. K..li) polet to a poet
iub center 01 tne roaa, ii . w. oorner m otua tract;
with Ihe road 8. 37deg. 30min. .4'iipolettoa
the road; thence 8. CI deg. 30 min. . 154 32-100
to a post In the west line of saldl 35aoreaad 43)4
poles; tiii'uoe N, 2i W. 41 4 polet to the beginning, con
taining 3!) acres. Subject-to tha dower estate of Klira-
A. Uaymuue 00 1J aoreaof said tract. , -,
AppraUed at t30 S3 100 per acre. :' ' '
Printer's fees, G 00. ' ' - ' '
.--e-a ,.. .. ,j
Sheriff's gale.''
Common fleas n
Tucker and wire
t. Hughes.
VIKIIEOF A WRIT OF VEND!
to me directed from Ihe Court of Common, Pleas of
.tounty, 0., I will offer for sale, at the door of
Court llouse, In tbe city of Columbus, on
: Monday, September SOtb, 1861, '
one o'clock, P. St., the following described real es
situate in the oouaty of Franklin, and State ot
tt wit: - 1
Juhn and nenry Miller s Addition to
City of Columbus. ........ r .T
waapraisea at ew.
W. HUFFMAN-, BheruT,
Printer's tees, 14.50. By Kn. Davie, Deputy. .
kugS4td ! - .
.
at
pain
'
aaoAa
nets.
'
and
as a
veotfr
been
log
system
may
The
oa
'Ik
All
Master' Qommissioner'a Sale.
Neitwanden . ,r -.--
vto ' i Baperior'Conrt.
Johd H. Turney. J . ..M .1 :, ; ... t,. .-.t.
VIRTUE OF API ORDER-OP? SALE
to me directed, from the - Superior Court of
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door
Court House, la the city ol Columbus, en '
Saturday, tbe Slat day of Sept, A.. D. 1861,
o'eloeh, P.M. ., the follewlaa deactibed real estate.
In the county of Franklin and elate of Ohio, to
Lot. No. twmty.thiBeandtwantMour (S13and84U
Baker St Mitchell', aubdivisloa ef eut-lot. No.. 1 anjl
wm uiij ut uviiiuuu., aa par rnvurueu yiai IB in.
s omce or rranaun county, unio,
nt-trtt no. aj, sto uu.
t i:. ajuu iru.
j a; W.BtfTITIUIT,"8h.'rlir"
' pi bob manor vummimtontr
10-dltJtwtd . '
trmter's fee. 0,00. . Tf...lV K:--C ' :1
TT
Sheriff's Sale-
y.ar
v.',-3
:;!.'3 f.yi"
X. Converse,)
vs. ' 4S5 , Eanerior Court. J
3. Rica l al. )
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of
Court Ilouie, In tbe city of Oolumbus, In said oounty,
i . j .,;,.,
Saturday, ihe 7th day of, September, A. D, 1861,
the hours of IS o'clock, M., and 4 o'olock, V.
tha follow n described real estate, to wit:
No. eleht (81. In William Phelan'a addlUoa to the
Columbns, in rrankiin county, unio, a. per le-
plat tnereot in iteooraer souwe
Appraised at $175.00. -, -,.
o i G. W. HUFFMAN, Bherilf.L
franklut county, Ohio. ,
,t i.at.H -I -.,1 a V
lt.07IMAAtap
Prtater's fees73 50
C'lNIdSter j Commissioner's 1 Saler
i a i,.
I Bupei
John L. Gill
vs-
M. llall etat
Superior Court 1 .iimwi
VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Court of Frank
Oounty, Ohio, I wilt offer for sale, at the door oT;
Coart Hmss, la, tho el ty of Oolmbwa,o -'- -
aturdaf,.tHe:Sth"day of, Pvt., A. D.18G1," 1
e'eloalc' P. Id., the following desotlbed real estate,
In the eoeoty of Franklin, aadStaaa OhkMo
Lot number l., or Jotin tmrneen s saoumaion oi
6, 7, aod 35 of John MorrhonVaddltlon to Ihe
Oolambus. t ,' a t x r.iJk u J it t
l.i a.vi:i
' - !' t:. ,.U .
0. TT HOFFMAN, iUeril , '.
and Idsster Oosnmltalonesi
i..-a
.v v rt ii .'a v
immIma ai.otn I
.Printer, teet ...
,i-Qiii -:b . n I
..,i
O. KebtevaUty..
j y
WkoiraHie asA ItctalLlDealor In
is! iftK' BieH' .yj.
tA ri; -tTMfvi,
lS:i . T.". .
PIT'
oitntantly on hand all th va
rlwua BUANSiH !
Xxvo.oitocl OIsxai.
se-lyd
were
il n-u
If
send
them
'
' The
remedy
that
cf
We
'.
Vketry
7
- Try
your
list
produce.
The
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tliea.
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eat.
ta ta
Ing
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ceala.
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palm
amine
la on
terfelU,
Theyjgo Right, to the Spot V.
Instant Relief! , if item Tens- Ctnrh
rnrlty yenr Dreathl
4 . "... ; ... ..
Strengthen ynr Tolcet
I
I
I nilUAT CnNrrPTinile.
I. w awaawi
ASS
?9QP.:aR CLERGYMEN,
,G0QD FOR LECTURERS,
J' GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
, ; GOOD FOR SINGERS,
,, . . .
; 1 GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
T: ...
.'!. i aiNILEMBS OAERTi '
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION Is i
liDIBB ABE DELiaSrED WITH
SPAtDlNG'3 THROAT CONFECTIONS.'
I
, OHItSRItr OKY 10 '
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS..
They reliev a Coogh instantly.- W.-t
Tn,7 ?,,eJ-tb Throatno.. 1 t .i
Tht liy ebjenph and volume to the voice.
They Impart a delialqua aroma to the brealh.
Th7.r..d.e,6hlful to the taste.
They are- made of aim pie herbs and cannot
any one. (? ..
0 ,tik-,7
1 advlte every one who has i Coorh or a hnaka Tni.
era Bad Breath, or any dlfflculty of the Throat, to get
pacta- of my Throat Confections; they will relieve
instantly, and .yorj wU agree, wUh me that "(hey
ruhtjpjhe foot." Ton will find them very naafn 1
pleatani while trayellnf orattendlaf patillo meet
lags for stllUogyour Cough or sllaylng your thirst. , Xf
uy ons package, I am ttft In saying that yon will
afterwards , eontldtr them indispensable.
Tea; WIU ind them at tbe Dranltfi and Dralers lo '
Medicines. 1 :
i .... fRIOE
. TWENT;y.FrVE CENTS. ' X
-if. ,:- .v. ., . ,y '
" "fosture; it en each paokagt. Ail otters are
counterfeit.' , , . .
A package will be tent by mall, prepaid, on ractlptof
Thirty Cents, j v
Addrett, J
... x i
4 Henry O. Spalding, ":
CEDAR STBKIT,
.. new tork;
wo.
: CURE
NervousHeadaclie
:.. ji. 1. t - 1.
Wsai
CURE-;
1
By the nse of these PIU ths perlnJIo aitaoks ul Ar
eous or Sitk Btadachemt be prevented; and If tat en
the oMnmenoement of an attack Immediate relleffno
and rtclrnesi will be obtained .
They seldom'' fall In removing tbe A',iuii and
ta which females are so subjeot.
They act gently up the bowels removing Vauii
j -
Utsrary ken, uUU, Delioate female
all persona of udmtary kalAtt, they are value
LcmaMc. Improving the uppttlte, giving otM
to the digestive organs, and restoring the uatur
elasticity and strength of the whole system. ''
THI CiPII ALIO PILLS sre the result of long hives
UgalWn and earefully eondasted earperimonu, hatlDg
ia' use many yeart, during which Urns they have -
prevented aad relieved a vast amount of paln-and suffer
from Headache, whether originating in the Nav-awt
or from a deranged state of the sfontaoA.'
They are entirely vegetable lu their composition, an . .
be taken at all times with perfect safety without
any. change of diet,' and tfoalimc, ut mi
iUrtMbUUutmdert tt etury to mlmiiiU r (A
BlWAfeRof OOONTRitPlITSl
genuine have five slgnatutea of Henry 0 HpaUiuj
each Box. ' '."
told by Sragsntp and all ether Dealers In Sfedldnee.
Box will be tet by mall, prepaid, oa receipt ef the
Prloii, Q8 Oontis.
orders shosM be Sildretted to" '
' HENKT 4J. MtAL.DlIillt
v 4t Cedar Ntreet. Metw 1 ersw -
VenMrVrnaiaT
? "rrri ......
from the ramiaer, Norfolk, Ta.
Cephallo Pifla aoromnllah tha ohlaet for hL-k
made, via.:Jare of headache In all Its form..
.4, i ......
from the Ixaminer, Norfolk, Ta.
They 'have been tasted In mure tbaa a theusaad i
iDea
i
-J I from the Deneorat, St. Cloud, Minn.
you ere, or have been, troubled with lha hauuu.t,a
fur a box, (Cephallo Pill.,) o that you may have
ttt case of in attack.
'Trom the Advertiser. Previifcaaa. H. 1.
Oephalie Pills are said toWansnarkahlyefSetlvs
for the - headache, and one of the very beat for
very frequent eomplalot. which has ever been die -covered.
; 1 ' ' ,
li. .K J ! t
f roa the Western E. B. Garotte, Chicago', IU.' ' '
heartily undone Mr. Rnanldiaa. aA n.
fJenhailoPni.. ( ' V ".
'.,f i'e" Kanawha Talley Star, Kanawha, Va.
Wesua-Mire thatrjeraonAanffavlnawiin kuj..t.-
them, will suck to them. ...TJrr ;
" ( .i ,
from Jha Boulher Path Flndey, ttet0rleanjjai i
them! you that are afflicted, and we are sura that
testimony can 'ot added to the already nnmemue
that hat receivedibeneflttthatno other nerfMna
I H-.x j..
from tne Bt.;oul Petmoeras. ., - t
Immenae demand for tht .rtlele ,DephaIle Pllis
rapidly Jnoreiislng. ).).-.,. .
f. !; '
A t.' I i -- ' '
from the Oaaette, Davenport.
Iowa, i t j t t
Bpaldina wokld Jiotoonnoethla nama wlra
he did not amaao' tt nosseat real merit.
BAT TBI HBO
dnglo baUIel ef SPALDINQ'8 PRIP4RID
Ol-D" wiU.av. ten thoes lie coot mnaally.Jir . ; .: ,
SPAUWflS PREPARED GLUE 1- . r . , -
.HJV: Jtilllf I . a V.s.. . 'V,-
8PALDlJj6'8 PREPARED OLUB I
SPAUlI Sci'3 PREPARED OLD g ' i !
. . .8
tiootiOMYl' 1.1 DISPATfim
' -
i AM . o"v i 'naui oa yaw nors. j
aeeldeata trill hamen. even In wall ranUaia h
It is vary deslrabre to have some ebsap and aoa
way warrapairing rurniture, leys, Oraekery
";.ii-.i-. BPALDINO'B PBIPAUB GLCB)
all snob eaaergenele aad no bouehold eaa afford
wtthovt IU-: It is Always ready, aad up te the stick
poiaVn . ' I t' .' .
"CBItrCL IN IV1ET H0B8."
r. OrSinntccompanles each bottle. '
j . M , tAdetrena, - v.
UKSHY 0. SPALDING, '
Ne- b, Cedar treet, Hew Totr.
-oaIi,.;: ,f-, : ;-
nptlng
or i
eereatu nntirlhclDlad aaraaaa ara atta
ogoo' Hie aesutKoting publlo, imitations t
" vuub, a WOU1U oaUUOa all twrannala.
before puruhasing, aod see that the full name.
jnpSPALBINU'B PKBPAEkDOLUB,XJI3
the outside wrapper; all others are .wtodUui ee
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