Stye (Dljia Stotonifit
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 161861.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
M-ii.-fn. mb York oit. Boston. Albany. Buffalo,
Pituiiurah.. tteubeuvtlla way, Cleveland, Zaaesvllle,
Np...u nrmnvlilii. Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delphia Mid New Orleai.s, clow dally (Sundays sxcept
ed) at H o'olook i. m. ' . . ' , . ,
A through wall for New fork and Oleveland closes
dally f Sundays excepted) at o'clook P.m. .
C.O.fcC. K. K. Way Mall closes dally (Bandaysex-
Central Ohio Way Mall closes dally (Sundays excepted)
lit n'nlsvflr - til. " ' '
Olholnnktt Way Mall closes dally (Sundayi sxoepted) at
Uhlan,IiiMiqoi Delaware, Marlon and Worthing
ton Maile elosea dally (Bundeys sxoepted) at i o'olook
MaileforXonla, Springfield, Dayton, Toledo, Cincin
nati, Indianapolis, Louuvuie, . uouis, aau veiroit,
cloaei dally (Sundays excepted) at 8 o'clock p. m.
A through mail to Xenia, Springfield and Cincinnati
cloaca daily (Sunday! excepted) at 10 o'clock a. m.
Urhana, Plqua, Tiffin and Union City mall oloses dally
(Sundays excepted) at 8 o'clook p. m.
Lancaster, Logan, Neleonvllle, Clrclevllle, Ohllllcothe,
Portsmouth, Washington 0. II., Athena, Marietta and
Hillsborooih mail! close dally (Sundays excepted) at 8
clock p. m. -
Kaat War Mai! by National Road to Zanesvllls cloaei
dally (Sundays excepted) at 13 o'olock m.
Harrisburgh Mail cloaei dally (Sundayi exoepted) at S
o oiook p. in.
Mt. Vernon Mall, by way of WestervlUeand Bunbury,
cloaei dallv fHundava excepted) at 3 o'clock n. m.
Dublin Mail cloaei dally(8undaye exoepted)at 8 o'olock
Lancaster Way Mall closes dally (Sundayi excepted) at
o oiook p. m.
Mailt from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Buffalo,
Albany, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenia,
Detroit, Bprlngfleld, Cincinnati, OhlUlootbe, St. Louis,
and all Southern cities, arrive between the hours of 9
o clock p m. and o clock a. m.
Malls from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque arrive
at 3:40 a.m.
Malls from Washington Olty, Baltimore, Wheeling,
Zanesvtlle, Newark, Steubenville, Mt. Vernon, and the
0 . 0. B. R. Way Mall, arrive at in o'clock m.
Way Mail from Cincinnati arrives at 3 o'clock p. m
Lucum Mall arrives at B o'clock D. m.
Bast Way Mall over the National Boad arrives at 11
o'clock a. m.
Mt. Vernon Way Mallarrivee at 11:00 a. m.
Mail from Dublin arrives at IV o'olock m.
Urbana Way Mail arrives at 0 o'clock p. m.
' Harrlsbargh Mail arrives at 11 o'olock a. m.
Lanoaaier Wav Mall arrives at 12 o'olock m.
Office delivery open ever day (except Sunday) from
7 o'clock a. m. to S o'clock p. m. Open on Sunday!
from 7 to 9 o'clock In the morning, and from S to 8
o'clock in the evening.
JOHN GRAHAM, P. M.
Rail Road Time Table.
Littli Miami fc OoLmatri t Xxnia K. R.
fllnftlnnatl Accommodation. 5:00 A. M. 9:10 P. M.
Express 11:40 A. M. 11:03 A. M.
Mall and Accommodation.. 9:10 P. M. 8:00 P. M,
Night Bxpress via Day tun. 18:00 midnight. 3:80 A. M.
Jho. W. Dohirtt, Agent.
Coldmbos fc CLsvinirD R. R. '
Night Express 3:40 A. M. 11:1 P. M.
New YorkBxpreis 11:10 A.M. 10:50 A.M.
C.O.kO. Wayaxpreas.... i:Mi P.M. 7:50 P. M.
Jakes Patter som, Agent.
Cektral Ohio R
No. 3 Express
No. 9 do .....
3:30 A. M.
3:15 P. M.
' W.J. FiLt, Agent.
PirrsacxoH, Oolumbcs k Cwcihhati R. R.
Hall Train 3 30 A. M. 11:85 A. M.
Kxpress Train...'. 11:85 A.M. 8:45 P.M.
Jos. ItosiksoH, Agent.
Coujmbgs It Ibdiamopolij, R. K.
(COLOKBOS PiqUA fc IHUIAIU R. R.)
No. 1 Express 6:30 A. M. 8:00 P, M
No. 3 " 3:00 P.M. 7:80 P.M.
Accommodation 10:50 A. M
0. W. Smith, Agent.
To Military Gentlemen and Civilians
You will find at N. Gondkrsbiihkr's, No. 129
S. High street, next door to the Goodale House,
a large and superior stock of ready-made cloth-
ng, and a like excellent stock of cloths to be
manufactured to order in tbe merchant tailoring
department of bis establishment, Mr. R.
Sporlino, who superintends this department,
is a skillful cutter, whose ability and reputation
afford an ample guaranty that none bnt tbe best
of work will be made under bis inspection.
Oar readers, military and otherwise, will find
it to their advantage to purchase their clothing
ready made, or leave their orders with Mr. Gn
dbrsheimer, who is an old and experienced mer
chant of this city, and is enabled, from the fact
that be buys his goods for cash, t) sell at a
very low figure.
Remember N. Gundirshiihir, No. 129 South
High street. octl2-lmcod
City Mission The Ladies' City Mission of
tbe M. E. Church has been organized about one
year. Under their auspices, and throngb tbe
missionary labors of Rev, Mr. Kirkham, much
good bas already been accomplished. A small
society bas been formed In the Northeastern
part of the city, a Sabbath School is In connec
tion with It, and there aro provided the usual
services of a regular church.
The present plaoe of worship la a few steps
east of St.' Patrick's, in an old school house,
which was formerly a - dwelling house. There
are here no conveniences for religious worship,
nothing attractive, nothing especially to Induce
men to come to church.
Oae thing is certain, there must be a church
built, or the mission muBt go down, and this
part of the city -be given entirely np to the
sway of St. Patrick. The ladies, seeing this,
have determined to build the necessary churoh,
and they have tj look to the liberal pubMo for
the means.' ,
Tbe ohnrch Is to be built on the west side of
Clevoland- avenue; is to be thirty.flve by fifty,
and of brick. We have commenced the work,
and expect the walla to be up In a few days.
There is not half enough yet subscribed to
make it ready for divine service, but we shall
go ahead as far as we have money, and trust lb
God and the liberality of the people? to do the
rest. This work la 'one which, should interest
every one that from -rescuing our olty from
heathenism on its. borders. - If any one should
like to contribute to this cause (and tour con
tributions will be needed this week), yon can
leave money or subscription with any of tbe
Methodist preachers of this olty, or for me at
Randall and Aston's for tbe trustees., i. . . .
T. W. STANLEY,
Masohio HisfoiucAii ASsoctmoN-The. an
nual meeting of the above society will be held
this (Wednesday) evening at 1)i o'olock, at
Armory Hall, In which tbe Grand Lodge Is
sitting, to whloh the public Is Invited to come,
with his wife and sister.
1 a Hi. ii. . . y
Jodoi Holt's SrncH. A pamphlet edition
ol Judge Holt's speeoh at Irving Hall, New
York, on the 31 of September, has been print
ed by order of tbe New York Chamber of Com
merce, for gratuitous circulation.'. Copies will
be forwarded, uithattt cftarye, on application to
Mr. J. Smith Homans, Secretary of the Cham
ber of Commerce.' "-'J' ' '' V'V.', T ',;'',
P" Tbe U. Circuit Court, Judge iiAvm
presiding, opened Its fall session at Cincinnati
HT The 38th -and Slst Ohio, and the 31st
and 33d Indiana regiments, left Nloholasvllle,
Ky for Olympla Springs, Bath' oounty, to join
Lin Harris's regiment, Monday morning, . y ;
Tn 17th Ohio, Tbe 17th Ohio. Coif John
M. Connill, has advanoed at tbe head of the
column of U.' S. forces ' now moving, toward
Cumberland-Gap.. It Is said the officers siwU..
.1 ,1. '.:j.....i S.ILklJ tthAkfl. I'V
fanoe. ',--:-'' "
DUTIDOTIVI FlM AT TBI PlNITTKTlAEY. Al
about hall-past seven o'clock last evening,
fire broke out la tb Urge and extensive saddle.
tree and Japan ibop Of Mr. Pitxr Hatdin.iUo
ate on the east side of tbe Penitentiary grounds
The steam fire-engines were promptly on tbe
ground; but from the dry end inflammable) na
ture of tbe materials within the building, the
efforts of the firemen and citizens conld avail
but little, except In protecting tbe adjoining
property, for two or three boup, tbe fire oua
tinned to rage, nntll the building with almost
its entire oontents was consumed the bare
wells only, left standing. ' '
l tie Ore is supposed to have originated irom
some bames wbloh were being kiln-dried over
the boiler, These had caught ire during tbe
afternoon, and such precautions taken that it
was thought there was no danger. Tbe night-
watch, on going bis rounds, discovered a light
in the building, and entering, found that tbe
dry bames bad caught, and were homing rap
idly. He instantly gave the alarm, bnt by the
time a force was gathered, it was too late to
arrest the progress of the flames.'
Tbe loas to the State is small, comparative
ly, as the building was an old one, and not of
great value. But Mr. Haydin's loss is heavy,
as the shop contained a large amount of valua
ble material, particularly in the second story.
in which was machinery for tbe manufacture
of buckles, for making bnllets, etc, and vari
ous Important and complicated machines, which
it will be difficult, If not imposaile to replaoo
We ' understand that there was made at this
establishment over thirty thousand bullets per
day. , .
Mr. IIatdin's loss is estimated at twenty or
twenty-five thousand dollars. lie was insured
for $5000, as follows: In the Atlantic, Provl
denoe, $1666) Providence, Washington,
$1666; North Amerloan, $1666. '
Advicc Gratis All persons wishing to buy
good Family Groceries should call on W. H.
Riitiiaoz, No. 106 Sooth High street, y
CTCol. Carrinotoh is expected to march one
Battalion of Regulars, under bis command,
from Camp Thomas to the olty, to-day. Both
privates and officers will appear in full dress
UTOne of the oldest and most reputable dry
goods bouses In this city Is that of Bain Sc Son,
whose advertisement, with the caption of " Do-
meetlo Cotton Goods," appears in another part
of this paper. We invite tbe attention of our
city ind country readers to tbe details of this
advertisement. Messrs. Bain & Son are too
well known in this oommunity to need the as
sistance of ordinary newspaper puffs. It Is
enough to say, as they do In their advertise,
ment, that they have snch and such goods, to
Induce those wishing to pnrohase, to call at
their store, No. 39 South High street.
Thi Nbw Qoartirmasti r-Gxnxrl. There
is, we believe, a very general expression, not
only of approbation, but of gratification at the
appointment of Gioroe B. Wright, as Quartermaster-General
of Ohio. Mr. Wrioht is a
gentleman of tact and" ability, and will make
an officer at whose bands, we trnst, the milita
ry reputation and interests of our State, will
not, so far as be Is concerned, suffer from negli
gence or incompetency. -V. - i
For tbk Government and the-Union. The
0. S. Presbyterian Synod, which has been in
seeslon in this city for several days, unanimous
ly passed, on Monday, Dr. Spring's resolution,
declaring it to be the duty of the Cbnrch to
sustain the Government.
The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons,
their recent session in this city, unanimously
resolved that it is the duty of all Masons to
stand by tbe Union. S
Camp Dennison At the close of last week,
the force at Camp Donnison amounted to 2,
men, distributed as follows:
Eighteenth Ohio, Col. Stanlty...........-
Forty eighth Ohio, Colonel Sullivan
riftj-seoond Ohio, Colonel Ssrgent
Fifty-fourth Ohio, Colonel Smith
first Ohio Artillery, Colonel .rr
Remaining-of Nineteenth Illinois.. yl48
' " 8,350
HTSamdel B. Taylor has been appointeiVy
the Governor Probate Judge of Logaa county,
place of A. Casad, deceased. - . J -
O" It is stated that Gen. Mitchell Will
probably start for tbe interior of Kentucky-' this
week. : V' ' . ' ' '
ID Col. Carrinotoh left the pity on Monday
evening, on a visit to Kentucky, and returned
last evening. f' '
O The county-seat question In Pike county,
Ohio, bas been determined in favot of Waverly
the late election. The majority for Waverly
over Piketon is three hundred and ten. The
Piketon paper charges the Jesuit to tbe Influ
ence or money. .
BT The railroad fare for a regiment of
troops of one thousand from Cincinnati to
Washington City 'costs the Government 13,9G0.
The transportation of baggage Is aa additional
charge. y--yyy;-. ' y .. . ' . .
BTHon. Newton Schleioh bas been appoint
Colonel of the Sixty first Regiment, to be
organized at Lancaster.
NEW O OAL YARD. :
TnE CltDEBSIGTsED aVfefcPS COtV.
8IANILY on band and for sale, the best quality of
HOOKING GRATE COAL,3 "
which he will tell at the lowest market prices.
Call and examine say Ooei.betors purchasing else
where. Office at the store of Bradford, Evydsta k Co., head
ef Canal. u
, , , D. t, BOIDAM. -
upSS-am ' '"
! MERCHANTS AILOR, .1
No, J330 BotXth HCifth Street, Three
- , I Xoox povitU ... or Xtiob, ,-r
TTAS lost received a thole stock of FALt, AtTD
JUL wiMiatt uuudb, suitable for gentlemen's wear,
Oostosoers will have their orderrneatly and sabstantisl1
if assented at the lowest rates.- .,s
' i.,' . OOLTJIBBVIt OniO 1 -
'-v And Seed Store,
'i'r ,V. . 0EAUK m i -i .v ,i
' KAILS, GLASS, 1AJH, FTJTTT, COED ASM, - - -
Gum; Pletle, Treed WlUw fare,
eOisrand Bvbbar BelUst, lace Leather, Hose and
-kin;. ..; .;,;ebdlJr.
Oystets I Oysters !!'-;
HAS JC AECElVEb, Akn, WI1X
be la oaitr raceip ress, efi rv ,
?m tiWm&ri snrf'Iair'ff.ven'. ' -' ,.
n. I aKM.MSk AtfsHaretBnj IP .ft W A "w. ftl -V..S
Call M Wainec's Ortter and fruit n'onr,L Ka. CI Tail
Dayton Responds to the Governor's
Dayton. Oot. 14 In response to the procla
mation of tbe Governor of Ohio, which was re
ceived here on Saturday morning a public meet
inir was held Saturday night. Committees were
aooointed for eaoh ward oi the dry to solicit
donations of blankets and other clothing for
Ohio volunteers. Ud to five o'clock this even
ing, from twelve hundred to fifteen hundred
blankets were contributed, beside a large quan
tity of other clothing, consisting of overcoats,
shirts, drawers, socks, mufflers, eto. The First
Ohio Regiment, now at Camp Corwin, were
fully BODDlied with such articles as tuey neeaea
from tbe wav contributions are coming in
thero will be a large surplus for general dtstri
Cairo, Oct. 14. The steamer Grumpue,
with a flag of truce from tbe enemy's camp at
(joiumbus, asking an exchange oi prisoners,
arrived here to-day.
Gen. Grant replied, that of bis own accord,
he could make no exchange, as he did not rec
ognise the Southern Confederacy. He would
communicate with higher authority for their
views on tbe subiect.
A detachment of Capt. Noleman's Cavalry,
twenty-five in number, had a skirmish with reb
el cavalry tno hundred strong, at Beckwith's
larm, Missouri. The federals were repuisca
with a loss of one killed and five wounded.
A rebel captain was killed.
A detachment of the 20th Illinois seized i
large quantity of corn, a number of hones,
mules and oattle, and took two prisoners yes
terday at Thompson's farm, Missouri.
Unfavorable Rumors from the Blockading
Fleet off New Orleans.
Baltimore, Oot. 13. The Norfolk Examiner,
of Monday, which has been received by a flag
of truce, contains a dispatch dated New Or
leans, 12tb, stating that a naval engagement
bad taken plaoe at tne neao oi tne raeees, on
the night of tbe 11th, lasting an hour, and was
Also the following dispatch:
FoaT Jackson, Oct. 12. Last night I attack
ed the blockaders with my little fleet. I sue
ceeded, after a very abort struggle, in driving
them all aground on tne soutnwest pass bar, ex
cept the Preble, which I sunk. I captured a
prize from tbem; and after tbey were fast in
the sand, I peppered them well. There were
no casualties on our side. It was a complete
New Orleans, Oct. 13 The force of tbe
Federal fleet was forty-five guns and nearly one
thousand men, while tbe little Confederate
Mosquito fleet was sixteen guns and three hun
dred men- It is reported that our iron steamer
suuk the Preble with ber Iron plow.
Commander Hollins arrived last night.
The names of eighteen wounded rebels, at
Santa Rosa, are also given.
Baltimore, Oct. 15. Another dispatch, dat
ed New Orleans, expresses tbe belief that a
sufficient force can be organized to capture the
wnoie federal fleet in its present disabled con
Tbe rebel fleet was under command of Com
Rolla, Mo., Oct. 14. The report brought
here a day or two ago that a battle had taken
place on the 37th ult between a body of Kan
sas troops under Montgomery and Jennison, and
the advance guard of McCullooh's army and
some State Guards under Judge Cheneault, is
confirmed by parties just arrived from Spring
field; Tbe battle oommenoed sear Shanghai,
in Barton county, and the rebels were driven
back with considerable loss, and pursued some
forty miles; Montgomery then Jell back on
Greenfield. Great alarm was felt in Springflold
least Montgomery should attack that place, and
the troops there bad rested on their arms aever-
nigbts. Montgomery is said to nave bad
three thousand men, and the rebels four thous
This statement oan hardly bo relied upon, as
we bave bad no previous advices that such a
force of Kansas troops was In that vicinity.
A band of three hundred marauding rebels en
camped at Wilson's mill, on Bryant's fork of
White river, In Douglas oounty, were attacked
some days since by a body of Home -Guards,
and fifteen of them killed and twenty wounded.
It is reported here that tbe 13th Illinois Reg
iment, under Gen. Wvman, bad surprised and
taken Lebanon, In Laoeile county, with all'tbe
stares and provisions ot the rebels; but this
IitoiANAroLis. Oot. 11 Hon. Simon Came
ron, Gen. Thomas, and Senator Chandler, of
Michigan, arrived here at 11 to-night by special
train lrom St. Louis. They were met at the
depot by the Governor and. State officials, and
escorted to the Eiecntive Man3ion by the 19th
Infantry. ' ,
Darnestown, Oct. 13. Everything was quiet
along the river .line yesterday. iNo thing trans
pired of general interest in camp.
Captain Stone, Provost Marshal, bas seized
and confiscated a vast amount of liquors, and
arrested many sellers.
Secretary Cameron Reviews Fremont's
[Special to the St. Louis Republican.]
oxaiwBBiiui wui. i-a ciaurciary vnmuruu,
accompanied' by Adjutant-General Thomas,
spent Saturday night at Jefferson, and arrived
in Tipton about nine o'olock, yesterday morn
ing. Alter Dreakiastiog in camp,, they rode
over to this place, six miles, on horseback, ac
companied by Uen. tremont and stan. Upon
its arrival here, tbe party called opon General
McKinstry, and after spending an halt hour
with him, proceeded in company with him, his
staff, and several other gentlemen, to review
General McKlnstry's division, which Is encamp
ed here. At tbe close of the review, Secretary
Cameron made a few well-timed remarks o
the troops, expressing the highest gratification
at tbe condition la wbloh be found them, and
the utmost confidence that in the bands of aueh
men tbe honor and sueoess of our country's
arms were safe. Loud cheers were given lor
Generals Cameron, Fremont and MoKlnstry,
after which Gen. Cameron and bis party, accom
panied by Gen. Fremont and stuff, weui by rail
to Tipton, where they reviewed General
Asboth's division, which was also in exoellent
condition,, and thea tbey went on by special
train to St. Louie.
It is underetjod Gen. Cameron came bero at
the request of tbe President, to examine tbe
condition of affairs in this Department, and
that he professes himself highly gatified with
tbe condition of Fremont's army. .
Col. Merrill's oavalry bave gone down the
Osage on a scouting expedition.
Generals MoKinstry and Stanley are to re
main here, and not go east as reported.
Gen. Fremont , Is on the eve of moving, but
Is greatly embarrassed for want of transportation-
Within a few days parties of rebels
have been foraging sixty miles south of Seda
lia. .'.m '-'', - , -1 - -
I bavojery late Intelligence from Price's ar
my. My informant, a oitisen ol this county,
deserted, and is here to claim tbe amnesty of
fered to rebels who lay down their arms. '
He left Prloe on Wednesday a short distance
south of Johnstown, In Bates county, moving
southward. " Ha tepresents that great dissatis
faction exists la Price's army. Desertions oc
cur every day, and If assurances could be con
veyed to tbem that they would not be harshly
dealt with, be thinks that the greater part of
the State Guard would lav down their arms and
return to their homes. They are tired of the
war. and are only prevented from deserting in
large bodies by tbe assurances of their officers
that if caught they will be burg as traitors, and
by tbe stories of horrible Union outrages which
are Industriously circulated among them. . The
most exaggerated aocoaots ot atrocities com
mitted by oar army, the destruction of property,
me Darning or towns, ana ravishment or women,
are circulated amons them.
" Eight or ten other oitixens of bis couoty, who
belonged to ble company, deserted along with
dubs ana ars reaay to gtve themselves np.
From Fortress Monroe.
4 Fortress Moaroe, Oot. H. The Speuldiog
returned from intteras Inlet , this morning,
bringing np Gen. Mansfield, who has to-day
taken oommand at. Camp Hamilton.
Tbe entire loss of the Twentieth Indians
Regiment, Id its reoent retreat from Chioama
oomloa, was fortyevetWvt k i -
. No changes haVw taketf place. fTaUerss In
let wumq id im itw
Eleven contrabands came over last night
from Swell's- Point. They say there are four
hundred Confederates at that point, ana a larg
nnfnhpr this aide of Norfolk. '
Lieut. Maury, of the gunboat Louisiana, two
or three days sinoe, fonnd a rebel vessel In tbe
narrow opening this siaeoi uregon iniei.wmon
was fitting out as a privateer. He took pos
session of and burned the vessel. The rebels
were in force in the vicinity.
Baltimore, Oct. 16 Richmond papers state
that the steamer Nashville ran the blockade at
Charlentnn on the 12th inat. with Senator Ma
son as Minister to England, and Senatar Slidcll
as Minister to France, on board. They were
accompanied by their luiiet and are now on the
Pensacola osDers give a list of seventeen
wounded In the Santa Rosa fight In the bospi
tah inoludinir J. Bassal. of the 3d U. S. artllle
ry, and James Halllngton, of the 1st New York
[Special to the Post.]
a citizen of Fairfax county, Virginia, has just
arrived here from Richmond. He nas oeen im
prisoned for several weeks in Richmond for the
crime of civine shelter ta destitute federal
soldiers who were taken prisoners by the ene
my's lorces. and BDDlied to mm lor assistance.
His humanity was not to be tolerated among the
rebels, and he was made to pay a severe penal
ty. He reports that the rebels at Richmond
had indulged in extravagant rejoicing over the
attack upon tbe Wilson zouaves ot JNew xork,
at Santa Rosa Island, and claimed that their
troops had won a great victory on that occasion
The governing; authorities of the rebel camp
nave bad great trouble. Their omoers nad
given trouble in various ways, and ex-Secretary
rioja and ex.uovernor wise were lainyin ois
Koger A. Pryor is running for tbe rebel Con
gress, forsaking the army on the ground that
mere will be a suspension ot hostilities during
A meetinc of railroad officers took olace to
day, at tbe Uenerul PostolHce, at which views
were ireely interchanged with Postmaster Gen
eral Blair. It is proposed to send a night mail
from this city to New York, leavine at six
o'olock and arriving at New York at six o'clock
toe next morning.
I be Kicbmoud tnqulrer of the llth Inst,
ust received here, has an account of the con
fiscation of estates and property in Virginia,
which had oocurred under tbe terms of tbe re
cent sequestration act of the -rebel Congress,
since tne dutn oi September. .
loe aggregate value of the property thus
confiscated, owned by Northern citizens or loy
al virginiaus, is estimated at $9uu,uuu.
Among the suUerers are the following per
sons, wbo are named in the Enquirer's list:
August Belmont, New York, wbo loses five
huudted hogBbeads tobacco, valued at 28.000:
Roads, Savrey & Farant, of-Norfolk) C. Mcr
fry & Co., of New York, and Chlckerine &
Sons, of Boston. Tbe last named house loses
large stock of pianos, In the bands of their
agent at Richmond; also, an estate owned by
William C. Rives, Jr ,'of Boston, consisting of
eight thousand acres of fine land, fully stocked
with negroes, live stock and Implements: and
another estate owned by Francis Rives, ot New
York city, also containing eight thousand acres
and stocked with slaves. Another estate of
of eight hundred acres, belonging to Mr. Sig
ourney, of New. York city, with iis negroes and
ave stock, nas oeen oonnacatea,
The rebel authorities have appointed scents
to take charge of these estates, and to pay the
revenues arising tuereirom into tbo rebel
it is reported that ex-Governor Wise has
been attacked by an illness of so serious a na
tare -that his life is endangered.
The War Department bas ordered General
sberman, commanding the department of tho
Uamberland, to reinstate all tbe officers of tbe
24tb Illinois regiment, who were illegally dis
charged by General Fremont, through the in
strumentality of Colonel Tlecker. The com
mittoa of agarinved olHoero will leave Wash
ington to-morrow to report themselves for duty.
The commissioners of the World's Fair or
ganized to-day by electing Secretary Seward
chairman, and the superintendent of tbe census
(Kennedy), secretary ot tbe commission. Ed
ward Everett was absent; be sent a letter of
excuse. A committee was appointed to wait on
tbe President, with a request that be send a
national vessel to Eogland to convey all Amer
ican contributors wbo may desire to exhibit.
ben. Walter Jones, an aged and distinguish
ed retired lawyer, died to day.
This P. M., soon after fire o'clock, a small
detachment of rebel Infantry and a tquad of
rebel cavalry appeared in view around a house
occupied by Widow Child?, about three miles
from Miner's Hill. A body of our troops who
were out on a foraging expedition, advanoed
upon them; a sharp Bkirmish immediately took
place, and for a timo firing1 was constant on
both sides, when the rebels were driven from
the bouse. One of our men was wounded. It
impossible to learn the rebel loss. It is be
lieved that a number had secreted themselves
the out buildings, but after tbe firing of the
first shell from Miner's, they left.
I am satisfied that for the present our troops
will remain where they are, not moving for
or falling back, but quietly awaiting the
action of tbe rebels.
Weather extremely cold, with heavy white
Before leaving St. Louis this morning, the
Secretary of War, by letter, ordered Geu. Fre
mont to discontinue as nnnecessary bis- field
works around the iclty and that which be is
erecting at Jefferson City, and to suspend work
the barracks he is building near bis residence,
and bis body guard ot three hundred cavalry
men, and ordered him to employ all money in
the hands of disbursing officers to the payment
the ourrent expenses of bis army In Missou
and to let all bis debts in St. Louis, amount
ing to $4,500,000, remain unpaid until tbey oan
properly examined and sent to Washington
settlement. He also ordered that disbursing
officers should disburse their funds and not
transfer them to irresponsible persons who do
not hold commissions from the President, and
are not nnder bonds. He farther ordered that
hereafter all contracts (necessary to be made,
made by the regular disbursing officer of the
army. Gen. Fremont was also informed that
payment would not be made ty officers appoint
It is oaid there are over two hundred of them
whose commissions do not bear tbe President's
ignature, and that Paymaster Andrews had
been verbally instructed not to make suoh pay
ments. Special exceptions were made In favor
officers of volunteers.
The number of lorces planned by Gen. Fre
mont for defense of St. Louis Is eleven.
An Intelligent contraband, who earns Into
Gen. McCall's oamp this morning, reports that
when be leit f alrfax Uourt House yesterday at
two P. M , no movement of rebels was on foot.
The rebel troops are destitute of nearly every
thing exoept fresh beef. Tbey had plenty of
blankets, but a great soarclty ot shoes. They
were tearing np tbe railroad track to Vienna
Sod hauling it to Fairfax Court House. Should
there be a battle to-morrow, no sufficient ac
commodations could be bad for -the wounded;
present the hospitals are filled with sick sol
diers. ; The number discharged because physi
cally nofit for duty at tbe time of enlistment,
was very large. Colonels and Captains have
shown themselves too anxious to raise men to
see that tbey are good men. New buildings,
however, aro in process of erection snffloient lor
all contingencies. .
Washinoidn, Oct. 15. To save trouble to all
concerned, It is officially announced that the
Government has ceased to grant passes. to co
Sonth through tbe United States lines. .
, Irish Linen Goods.
Linen Bhlrt Bosoms Plain and fancy
Shlrtinf and atososa fclnens. - , .
Linen Hheetinss and Pillow Casings.
Linen Cambrics ud Lone Lawns.
.. , , Linen Poeket-handkrfs, all stses.
Llneo Towelllnp and Diaper!
. Llnsa Napkins and D'Oy lies, t
.Linen Table 0 loths and Satin Damasks. .
. t Linen Towels with oolorsd borders.
. Linen Stair Oovertnssaod (rrsah-.
, t : i- , foteaVe at low prions. . .-,
.... I j I .' i.... w - ' BATtf sV SON, '
hm ; ' 4 r. Ho. Bout Ilia street'
J j i.1. r.o,
i .4,1 6M' ' Wbtts) an ' Keel'staVel
YiAJta .(Jbesksd of laportor quality, for sale by
i -1, BAIN St BO SI,
(Tribune's Correspondence.) COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 15.
FLOnXt A strcof sr feeling has obtains In tbs flour
markst, ana an aavanse sf a to hm per barrel on super
fine may be quoted. The inquiry Is in ezoess of the
supply or inn pratis on ins maraet. jcztras ars conse
quently taken ui some extent lsstsad and share In the
advance thouch not to the sams extent.
WHEAT I to sjooS demand and higher. We quote
red at a rants of SO to S7os, and white at 6S to 83c. It
Is easier to sell than to to buy at this standard of prices.
CORN la not so ready at SOe ss welsst quoted.
OATS Were In lively demand to-dev. and sales In
balk were mads at 29 and JOa.!
B ARLET and KTK-Mothlnf aew Is to bs aotlotd. -WHISKY
Was advanced to ltKo.enu met with a
CLEVELAND, Oct. 14.
FLOUB-Sales of SCO bbls XX red at 14 tali, and 100
DDis cnoicoaoat 7a.
whi at Bales ot 800 bosh and lu.uoo do red, free
on board at 8Sc: SI 0 do afloat at 85c. and six cars whits
on iracx at wc.
UOHN Sales of 1 000 bush afloat at 33o,
OATS Sales of 1 ear on track at 83c.
PEKDS Sale of 100 bush Timothy at tl SO.
EdOa-flnn at 810o.
OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND OU
Having Increased its already
Is fully prepared to sxecnt In ths
MOST. ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
CHECKS, . -
And every description of
LETTEtt PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any establishment In the State, and upon
terms which will compare favorably with ths
lending Eastern Printing Houses.'.
Having every Facility to aid. TJsi
m the nonccrroN or
offer our services to all who may desire that class
We bars connected with our Establishment a
BLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From whi ws produce the
Finest Slcaxxls. W ox Is
AXD THI HOST
8 JPK H RAIL BOAD BLANK BOO
Is to bsadmlttsil
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
am m host
. . . I " ' ' "
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this Olty, and ws may add,
WE WILL' FAVORABLY COMPARE
wm ANT .
Printing; Hot- In tha treat.
' e, . r.- I -
WJU.UM H RE3TIEAUX,
Groceries, , .-. , r -y.- (j, ; ry
' .!. v,:.': "?' Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Litjuora,'.
. ' y Fruits, etc. etc., ; t; - ; :
DAB EIMOVED BIB BTORI IBOM" '
NO, 34, NORTH HIGH. STREET,
. ! " '! . -TO ' ' .
No. 106, South High Street,
Ths old stand recently ooenpied byiWM. McPONALO
Hs la la dally reoelpt ti , r -- r r ' i .
AND FRESH COODS
sirtlnl j.V y 'VthloBU
OsaMp! tsV Cnals er
-. .if j
ST Ooodi dsBnred to City tnA frsf charvs.Ql
gSfcrjiatPTT liTs-TF, i nil -i - i rrT"
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
"wABs onio, , y
inhi '"J " " " Stlndi f For
" j'Kistv, u;
J rue rams,
LAXS BODLS1 Beatml n. dt I. BWTDYBtaten)
o. . ii. uvyalu Btatmlll COLUMBUS
UACniNS CO. Btattntlll BBADIORJ)
A 00, BwtmUttl
Oar Fort&bla Xnvtna ui a. win
m - 7 "
usHuwaistsm premium of 150 at ih. r.,...
owairiori"woveTLans SsBodUy'a on aeeountoi
rrice, nghtnons, Bimplicity, ooonomy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawext.
Onr Stationary Inline was awarded at the sams fall
the first preminm of 200.
Onr PorUble Bnirlne was awarded the flmt nn.r.,J
n T nn., over JBlandy's Dn
vail s, Columbus Machine Oo's., and Bradford at Go's,
by a commutes of practical Railroad Knginesrs.
111 mt lt O.I. . M Lr. m, " '
m Y ivh vuv wi ussy SVMU I TUW ...
a is. , W1LLABD WARNBB, Treasurer,
dec5-dwlysoll. ,.. swars;,Ohte.
An uperkiMMd Narte nd Fftnt- Wiyfldw, prfiMtl
FOR CHILDREN TEETHTOa
which neatly facilitates the
enlns; the (roms, rednclns all Inflammation wil 1 allav
all r Alii and spasmodic action, and is '
NUIIE TO If EtlULATU THE JIOWELS.
Depend npon it. mothers. It will
BELIEF AJD HEALTH TO TOUH TUVkKTg.
We have nut nn anil aoM thia rrli. rA. .......
and OAN SAY, IN OONKIDINCB A!fD TBDTHiof It,
what " Dty" hm lhl ' r any other med
?NSXKR HA8 IT '"'2D, IN A BINOLS IN8T
ANCB, TO EFfKOT A CUBS, when timely ased. Nev
er did we know an tnstaneej of dissatisfaction by any one
..uv vn wo oonumry, an areaeitgnted witn Its
operations, and speak la terms of commendation of Its
magical eflrcts anil medical virtues. Ws speak In this
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW ;" after ten years' eirpe
rjenos, AND PLKbftH OUB REPUTATION FOR THI
VOLILLalENT Of WHAT WB HERB DKCLAHB. In
almost every instance where the Infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup Is administered.
This valuable preparation Is the prescription of on of
the most EXPERIENCED and BKILLfCL NORHBS in
TSIOVSANDS OF OASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, out Invtror.
atss ths stomach and Lowels, oorreols acidity, and jivet
tone and energy to ths whole system, II srlll almost in)
SUntly relieve '
qbip:k8 ur the Bownsi ajto ma a couo
and overcome oonvninona, which. If not speedily rem,
died, end in death. We believe It (he BEST and SUR
EST REMEDY IN TUB WORLD, in all .rova
ENTRRKm.4 rlAlt&nia im CHILDREM, whethei
It arises from teethinir. or from an othav nana., u.
would say to every mother who baas ehi Id suffering from
any or ins rorefroins: complaints DO NOT LET YOUB
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICE Or DTntni
stand between you and your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be 8URB yes, ABSOLUTELY BURB-to
follow the ass of thismedJcine, if timely used. Full di
rsotions for oslna; will accompany sarh battle. None
main aniens us nvc-slmlls of CU&IIB & fERKlMS,
New York, Is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Drufnrtsts throughout ths world.
Principal Offices 13 Cedar SUreot N.Vs
PRICE ONLY-25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
octZ7-dfcwly. .... ...
Elegant lace Mantillas.
XSAXLV c3 son:
No. 29 South Uigli"St.,
HATI just opened aa Invoice or very large' and
handsome .; . r . ' r ' '
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND POINTE3.
Wide French Lace3 for Shawls.
Very Deep French Flouncing Laces.,
Real Thread, French, Chan til la & Genevese
Valenciennes, Point de Gaze, Brussels
ana inreaa Laces and Collars,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS & SETS,
- LINEN COLLARS & CUFFS,
la oew Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS Sc. CUFFS,
; For traveling
FRICK3 rryrTrsrrJAtx.Y LQ-W.
Traveling Dress , Goods.
M0ZAMBKJTJE3, FOCUSS, BHEPHIRD'g OHKCKfl
SILKS, FOIL DH CHETRES, r
LA7ELLA8, BROOHB TALKNCIA3, ftc. fco.
. Ths best and most fashionable styles In ths city, r
AT VERY LOV PRICKS.
lAlIf At SON,
Je21 , . , 89 South High 8 tree U .
- UNIVERSAL 7 J-
For all Threat and Lnmr Oompmfntft'lnnrurhiirrwTtrr
mostperlest res tilts.. Wuoonra Couwsr, CaoiawSM
Oohmow Oomnre, BnsMitui. aw Throat Ooartanm,
always foreruniMrs of Consampsloi. -nas A Sosiaasa
Bvaor It has no superior. Ireed from all Opiate or
Bmetlo propertiee, may bs used fay most delicate oyortlf
kutions, and with perfect ooahJenoe. , . -.t ,
J .ia sun t
:' CELEBRATED nr
Tm GaaaTSsT NiixRii, Orn-rs svt Ofesed to the
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor aay sob.
stanos bat Its strictly vegetable sod medical properties.
A sure Remedy for MacaaMta, Bhsosiatim, Ooot,
Tooth ard laa Acns. OaTaaRH. Kosa oa Uai Vsvaa.
and all minor Merveos Complaints.
f oa Loss or Bump, and Headache to an its varieties,
It has no equal, and to whlcn most asdotthted testmohl-
als ars offered. t
Tna DiLiainw Tarns ma It as a moat nsjrfeat remedv.
lViR Bovrn, OsHfuurr. alter renovinir the nala It boss
as apnysto, a most impermsat eontrast wtta ths oonsnpa
lorysirsou si upturn.- . s - i 'ivci , . .
To Phystoiana, Korantas and Trial Bottles will bs aew V
aad to Dealer or Invalid a dsssripUvsi mphN wlUisat
"tMwtasjs-stamp.'V , ' - . i ,-ivft 0
rreparea unasr ice rpeetat sopsrvawowsi -11 it-
;; JOlin Ii. imNIHEWElLi
cirsMirr AST) miRKACSTTlST,
; Ho 9 Commarolal WharftBoatoa, Xasa
Prtoes-Tr(t Oonh Eemedy, SO cents per bottls., -Small
. ......" "
' ' ' ! Tola Anodyne, ' SO .
Tor sale hy ths usual Wholssals and retail dealers,
everywhere. '".- ',' ' "1 ' ' ' ,
JtOBBBTSAi aAVClL, N. B: MAKP,
0. DBNIOa SONS, A. J. SOUOaLLKB Or,
Agnta tor Oot urn bats, Qblsv
tflioleaaU and ttatall Dealer la
TOBACCO, SmJFF jg lCiGARS
i mi. n
;anatantir s all tusj'av
r ttsas Bhanus si
a . i. ,
Oot, CS lyl
"Thtf 'ga Right U the 'Spot),
Inetant Klief I ,rHop yur Congb
Strengthen rear Voice!,
.... ... . .. . ;-
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PUBLlc SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGER8,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
. OENTLEilEW CARRY, J
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS,
1 IADIB3 ARB DELIQnTED WITH '
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION.oj
. ' CHILDREN CRY FOB !
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFEr.Tinv.oj;
They relievo a Cough Inatantly.
They clear the Throat. ,
They giro streoiith and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to the breath.
Tbey are delightful to tbe taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot
barm any one.
I advise every one who has a Cough or a husky Voice
or a Bad Breata, or any dlffloulty of ths Throat, to set
a package of my Throat Confections? they will relieve
you instantly, and you will agree with me that :'thy
go right to ths spot." Yon will And them very useful
and pleasant while traveling or attending publlo meet
ings for stilling your Cough or allaying your thirst. II
you try on paka(S, I am safs In saying that yaa will
ever afterwards oonsider them Indispensable.
You will find them at tie Druggists and Sealers In
. " " TW ENTY-KIV E CENTS.
My signature Is cn eaoh postage. All others sre
A package will be sent t y mall, prepaid, on recetpt o
Henry O. Spalding,
HO. 48 CEDAR STREET,
. NEW YORK.
By the use of these Pill the perlodio attacks of Xcr
otrt or act Btadaak may bs prevented; and If taken
at ths commencement of an attack Immediate rol.'ef from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
; They seldom tail In rem)vln( the Xatuta snd
ac to which fvtnaks are so subject. -.
They act gently upon the bowels removing Cottit
tot Library Men, Studnit, Delicate Female
and all persons of udtntary habit, they aro valua
as a laaaUmt, Improving ths appditt, giving ton
wQtr to ths digestive organs, and restoring the natrr
elasticity and strength of ths whole system.
mi CSPHALIO PILLS sre the result of long Inves
tlgatlon and carefully conducted experiments, having
bees in nas many years, during which time they ha
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suSer ,
Ing from Headache, whether originating in the nervvte
system or from a deranged stats of the ttomatK.
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, an
maybstakea at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and th alma 0 aay
BI WARB Of OOOSTK rflllTS I
Ths genuine have five slgnaltues of Henry 0 Spalding
on each Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Bex will bs sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of tbs
Prloos Q3 Oonta.
All orders should bs addressed to
j : IIEitllY C. SPALDIPfO,
' ! 48 Cedar Street, New Vorlt.
' From ths Bxamlner, Norfolk, Ta.
"Cephallo Fills aosoapllsh the oblsot for which thev
wsre mads, v!a-i Care of headache la all its forms.
T i Irom ths Bxamlner, Norfolk, Va.
They have been tested in mors than a thousand eases '
witn enure 1
from ths Democrat, 8t. Okmd, LI inn.
If you are. or bare baea. troablod with the headache -
wa lur a box, (Oephalio PUIS,) so that you may have
them tn ease ot an attack.
Irom the Advertiser, Providence, B. I.
Ths Cephallo Pills are said to be a remarkably effeotlt r
hbn; ivr vum uowxavuv, ids on si ue vsry boat for t
thai very frequent-oemplaint which has avar been
severed. - v m r. - - c , a
from the Western R. B. Gaietto, Ohloago, III
Ws heartily sndorse Ur. BuauldlnB. and hi. nnrivalaj
Cephallo Pills. -1-i u x
Fro BUuwhaTalla7 8tarBUoaha.Ta. "
We are sure that persons sufferin with th'a haadaa' ' '
Who try them, will stlok to them.
From the Southern Path rinder, Ksw Orleans, ts. ' ' -'
Try them I you that ars affile red, and we ars sure that
your testimony oan be added to ths already numerous
ust that aas received oetKUts tna no other medicine cm
; From ths St. Louis Democrat. -
t hs tmmenes deraand tos she artlels vOeahallc Fills
ut rspieiy umruasing.
Oasstte, Davenport. Iowa. ' ' J '
Mr. Spaldlse woaM aot eoanset hta nauaa tta aa aa. 1
Ucls hs did not twois to 0 oesess rasl mertu
JfJA stoxlw totttsl ef SP ALDraa'S PBJSPABJIO
lijb wnisavsMaumeeimoojslaimualtysAlt w
9P ALDING'9 PREP A B P.n HT.TTs? f
, I fit a t . t - 'V
..SpALDINQ'S PREPARED OLUE (
.1 v am, ; -, - , . .
y SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
. Z ' SAT fOI PIBOBBI - ,
X JjT"A trmm u Ture Savws Han."JU -1 '
As sncldss will happen, even to well regulated Iaa4
Uies, at Is very dcsirakle to have sons cheap and soa-i
vsnlent Way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Orooksrai
! SPAlOTlfO'SPitlPABBDOLtnil v': "
ssssts all sash ssaergenoles, aad no housahoid oua afford
to bs without It, It Is always ready, and up to the stick
POln'TTSBFOL I!f BT1KT H0TJSI ," '
' 1. B.-l-A Brash aooompaalse eaoh bottls.
eentS' 1 , AOdraaa, 1
UKNHT O. BFALDINt,
No. Cedar S treat. Maw Tsrl.
LTC3 , '
4i esrtala enprlelld f'rvmi are attesnuUng t
Balm Otf-00 the naospeetlns: pnblia, tmlutiaus of si
paBFAaatv smjOW, 1 sronu eaatloo all persons Lot
amine before purchMlps;, end see that the full name,
' jnTSPALBlslts'S PKBPABJIDQLUll,rriia
hi oa ILe outside wrapper; all others are twlndUng
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