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PUP-LUBED Bf E. CO WJ'Et" 4 CO., 144 Ajanlcaa BftlSuli.;, P-aperler Rc S. D. Flflli ) C.N&.A.V HIKMH, KBPT. I Mil. Par Uverar, DAVID TO 0, Aaajeet Is Ike dewiee a tee fWJe'a Gen. Fremont's Proclamation. Tbe procUoutiou of O a Fremont, pro claiming martial lair throughout Missouri and ibut assuming to himself tbe executive cf th tata, will ra found in to dy' paper, It if on oi ibe molt Important document yet btued during the war, and I worthy tbe careful reading and consideration of all our reader. Knowing that the mum of tbe Cnioo hat become a desperate one la th.t State. and that all ioslte means a,r tang t-km by tbe rebela to carry the Stat over to the fonted-racy, and that nothing but fie most rigorous me nm can tare It. tbe Gh neral command. lag hti not besitatrd to resort to su. b a course. JCirtial Uw Is tbe last retort Wore wfaiob ail persons in rebellion, who bare rratd to obey tbe civil authorities. most bow. It U eubstitaiiog tbe law oi force for that of moral suasion, and settltip aside all ordinary forms f law, that 'be ex treme neoeesity of the cfc w.y be the oxt Summarily met. That this necessity exlsu la, Mleaourl, no one who bt followed tbe coarse of events, on doubt. From the com menceaent of t'..e active conflict with le cession, the leaders el thateno'mous wrong labored day ani night to secure Missouri. Ia thl- tbey were aided by tbe traitorous State Executive, who at length were breed to vacate tbe srU they had polluted. Tbis State hat been tbe great battleground of tbe West, and tbe struggle bat been one of lite or death to all her citiivn. Tbe rebels are b ld, strong, and unscrupulous, and no other law but that of force could ever bring tbem seder turjestioa. Tbe penalties imposed In the proclamation are severe, but they are equally just. Disloyal citixpus end rebel Soldiery bare heretofore been treated w tb leniency, but now, if found with arms in their hands against the Federal Government, they will be shot. Tbe loval country will rejoice at this energetic declaration. On of the penalties declared against all persons ia arms against tbe Cniied Slate it expressed ia these words: - The property, real and personal, of all person in the S-ate of Mi-aouri, who shall take ud armsag'iust tbe P-.'ited State, or who so II be directly known to have taken an active part with their enemiet ia tbe field, is declared to be confiscated to tbe pub lie use, and tbeir slaves, if any they have, are hereby declared free men. Honor to tbe brave young General wbo that dares to advance to the very threshold of the enemy, and plunge the. retributive dagger to tbe heart of treason. For thus meeting the issue hand to hand, and face to face, he will be a9ailed by tbe bowl of secession aympathixers both north and oath, but it will be tbe howl of tb wild and savage beast wbo, after it course of havoc and destruction, finds itself brought to bay by its pursuers. Slavery has never been, and it not now, one of the objects of the government in entering this war, but like tbe war itself, it has been foned upon us and most be met Slavery hat been distinctly an nounced as the chief cornerstone of the Confederacy, and to strike at slavery it to deal ibe deadliest blows at tbe acenrsed con spiracy which is lo'lf iinon it. The County Convention. The Connty Mass Convention which wts held in this city on Saturday, was harmoni ous and united, as was expected, and the del agates cbesen to represent tbe connty at tbe Peoples' Convention at Columbus, 01 Thurs day, are all good men, who will abor for tbe good of the country rath r than for the ad Tan cement of mere party or personal inter esta. At was eminently proper in such a Cae, h ilt of tbe delegates were taken from those bo have heretofore beea Republicans, ani balf fro n the Democratic ranks. A re solution was adopttd expressive of the choice of tbe people for Hon. D-ivid Tod lor Gover aor, which we were glad to see, tor we are eotifi lent it speaks the voice of a larpe major Ityol the people of the county. It was truly a new order of things when Republicans urged the chairmanship of the Convention upon the Democratic wheel-horse, Gov. Wood, and when Hon. B F P ine expressed bis choice lor Mr Tod tor Governor, but these were but "signs of tbe times, ' which all true patrio's rejoice in. The people of Cuyahoga have done welL And now we go forward to the Convention of Thursday. Tat Fibst liiri 1'ne First Iowa Eegi ment of-Vo'unteers, wbich n.ade a forced march of 640 miles to join Gen. Lyon, re mained with him three weeks after the expi ration of their term of service, and went into the desperate baiile at 8pring6eld, where they lost over two bandred men in killed and wounded ttb regiment led by Lyon when be fell had a glorious reception at Dubuque, Iowa, on the 26ta. Tbe streets through wbich they ma ehed were strewn with fljwers, and they were met by processions of girls dressed in red, while and bine, wbo sung songs in their praise. Secretary of State. We notice among the names mentioned ia connection with tbe nomination of a candi data for Secretary of State at the Union State Convention, that of Th to Dots Shires, of Chilicotbe. Mr. hikh is a devo'ed Unionist and in favor of all uniting upon one ticket. He will make an excellent officer. Tbe British authorities in Caoada, obey log orders tent out from England, bave bad , a survey upon the locks of the Welland Ca naL, with the view of determining whether toe logusa gun-boats can be passsd tnrougn taeor into Lake Erie. This circumstance raiy servo to explain tha belligerent tone of ir brethren in Canada since tbe accident of Bull Rob. A Poisoner Shot. ' . One of tbe reoel Borgia met a sudden fit a few day since la the federal camp at Backed' Town,. Maryland. A correspon dent tell tb story: "Yesterday the owner of tbe farm on wbich tbe army is encamped was seized and shot without trial. II raged fearfully when they quartered on bis land, and utterh re futed to tell hU bay at any price, and finally carried his spite to far to attempt to poi son a spring from wbic the soldiers obtain ed a Urge supply. He was arrested in tbe act, with tbt darning evidence of hi jruilt anon him, and wm aU wilboit beaaflt af The Naval Expedition. Tb fWt of tea vessels, with 100 gum and 400J troop?, under command of General Boiler, Which left Fort Monroe on Tueiday la t, hat beta heard from by way of Rich Bond and Louisville. The drat appeared off Fort Hatters, North Carolina, on tbe same day, and after a short engagement took tbe Fart with itt garrison of 300 men. This is one good work dons, and the results of the expedition will not stop here. Tb fleet will doabCest operate along the Atlantic coast wherever there may be need of its services, and by itt threatening or attacking rebel points, will divide tb attention of the rebel general, and compel them to use a part ot their force for a Horn Guard. Tbey will find their enemy at their rear and menacing their home and their cities, so that they can no longer concentrate all tbeir troops at Maaateas or upon the Upper Potomac. Fort Hatteral is, we understand, situa'ed upon the point at HjUteraa Inlet, which is thus described ia a letter from tbe Roanoke, which Is one of tbe ve.ls blockading Charleston: " It is an important entrance to Pamlico and Albania le Sound, a point of mucb interest, and I am ouly urpri-d that our government d e nut pay more ai ten lion it From there vessels can run direct to w or oik via the Dismal 8wami; and it I bad my say I would occupy the Point with Union troops if possible, aiid bave a vessel ot war there to protect tbem and carry tbem off it neenwary The Point is on a barren suip ol and latch, b it mile trm tbe main land, that forme lue outside ot the Sound tid with a good sand battery, with loug rao(i rifle guns, would be as impregnable as rortrcSi Monroe from an attack either o land or water from the Confederate inop, and by holding it would itire our rebel iriend a aiignty sight ot uneasiness. Declines. By the following letter it will be seen that Hon. Wou S. Pierson,of Sandusky, declines being named for the office ol Treasurer ot S ate. If an equally good man is selected by th Union Convention, the people ot Ohio may be sure the Treasury is in good bancs, Mr. Pierson has th respect and confidence of ail hit many friends: SANDUSKY, Aug. 30, 1861. Cditor cf tkt Saniuekg Ft jit lev: GasTLUiiif: On my arrival at Cleveland, on my return from the Eist, having been absent tor the past six weeks, I fiud my name has been proposed in many p ipers ot diner ent political sentiments, and in different parts of tb State for nomination as Treasur er ot Slat at tbe Union Convention. 1 teel under the highest obligations to those friends wbo bave made tbis manifestation of their confidence, as well as to the edi'ersofnj merous papers, with moat of whom I am not personally acquainted, lor the very compli- mentary manner in which tbey bave spoken of my D'-ness for tbe posi.ion. l regret that on account of my absence, I bave not time to communicate personally with some o! tbem and I therefore take occasion in this manner to notify them that I cannot become a candi date for tbst office. I shrink from assuming its responsibilities and duties, and no motive hut a belief tbst I could render some special service to tt. vte, could induce me to as same them; and believing that other prsens more capable can be found, I most respect fully decline being a candidate for tbe nomi nation. lours rerpecuuHy, W. S. PIERSON. An Explanation. Mr. Russell in his last letter to the London Times, says: 'I went into the privite department of tbe post office tbe other day, and lound there irentleman busily engaged in sorting letters at a desk. Tbe last time I saw bim was at dinner with t'le Commissioners of tbe Con (derate blates at V asbineton, and 1 was rather surprised to see him now in tbe sane. turn of the post-office, wifhin a few feet ol Mr. Blair, of the sangreazol of Abolition ism. Said be, 'I am lust looking over tbe let ters here to pick out some of our Southern friends, and I forward them to their owners as 1 find tbem, and if tbe excellent and acute gentleman did not also forward any little scraps of newt be could collect, I am in error. A dispatch to the N. T. Tribune gives tLl explanation: "The fact of tbe case are as follows: Mr. Russell was in the city post office, not the general poet-office, and there saw Philip Phil lips of Washington at a desk separated from 'be private room by an iron railing. Mr Phillips had in bis possession eleven letters only, which bad come to ougn tne man ad. lretaed to some ot his Iriends in tbe South rn States, and wbich were delivered to him u tbeir request. He bad no opportunity ot obtaining information on any subject wbat- -ver, except by opening bi friends letters, md was ' rtinn" do letters but those Be was not employed in tbe pos'-office depart ment in any cep-iciiy, and was not in the mildiug with sir. Blair s knowledge nor was be within several rods of that gentle nan, r in a place where he had direct control." How They Enlist in Iowa. A letter to tbe New York Tribune, from Jefferson, Greene county, Iowa, give tbe fol lowing report ot tbe f a'riotic lowas : JarrtBson, Oreene Co . Iowa, 1 Aug. 11, 188 1. Greene county lies on that narrow belt of timber, which, like an oasis, sueiche far np the Coon River, into the vat pi tune of ite north-west Iowa. At the last Pre-idential -lection tbe county polled but 266 votes. Witb only a weekly mail, far removed from -t excitement incident to tbictly populated ttimmunitiea, it might be supposed that tbe eople would manifest but little interest in te war movement but not so So soon as tbe new of the repulse of onr brave troops t Bull Rna was confirmed, an etTirt was tatde to get volunteer from a small com uany that happened to be on drilL Imme diately thirty three men walked oat and sub scribed tbeir names for tbe war. Yesterday, 'be company, numbering teventy-two good hardy con of toil, haven Uktn tbe oath, marched lor Lies Moines, their place of tern porary rendetvous. Tons, with but a tew days' notice, one fourth of onr men went out from our midst, resolved to fight, and if needs be, to die, tor their dear country. Rebels Advancing. Tb Nashville Union of th 20th instant, Ity it has a private letter from a gentleman raiding at Warren town, Virginia, dated Aug. 13th, from which It take tbe following extract: Onr troop are advancing at fast at they can be moved. There are now within four miles, fifty thousand of tbem, and they are pressing on. ion may took ou' by the last ot this or the first of nex week for a big 6ebt or an itber foot race. My impression is, and I think you will find me correct, that our Geatral will throw a large body of troops across tbo Potomac at Leesburgh, and tbe.n march on to Washington in tb rear, bring ing on as attick both in front and rear at the tame time." In a very Bad Way. Everything it scarce down South. The Nashville (Tenn.) Gazette contain the follow ing advertisement of a manufacturer ot min eral water in 'hat city: "None. I hope my customers in tbe city of Nashville will be good enough t.t mre all the mineral water cork tor me, as I cannot obtain a further supply, in consequence ot the Lincoln blockade. Your attention to tbe abot will oblige me very much a corks are a tssential to ma now as tb bottle US. B. I have also to inform my custom er that through my inability to procure silver enough to make change for my cus tomer, I bav issued twenty, five cent tickets which frill b redaetnahla at any Urn by th i&Aarj!gad Our Chief Officers. xtajor General McClelUn. Fremont and Hallock, who bav hern appointed to that rnuk in the regular army, were all formerly mcors or the army two of tbem gen' rale, MuClellao and liallock, and West Point grada ves, end were torenost in their class. General Fremont achieved a reputation tor himself as a cavalry officer upon tba rlalns ami In frequent engagement with In ilans. The tour Mnjor Generals for volunteer are Uunter, Dix, BunKs and uutler. uen nun ter is a ursdiiate of We t Point, and was ap pointed from the regular army. uen. Uix has served lu cur army under General Scoit, bile Generals Sinks and Duller Were ap pointed trom civil lite and bav been nnivar- illy approved. These General! nave ai re id y made evident not enly administrative iiut mi itry talent, that has attracted to hem the attention of the nation. The bril liant administrative ability manilestcd oy General Bunks, as Speaker ot tbe douse ol representative and Gov nor CI th HlateOf Ma-snchusetta, was but an earnest of What it nrom d in his military career. Brgadier Gs-nra s Mauefield, McDowell, ileiii-, Auder on, Kipley, Kosecrrni, and Tb"mas. are all graduates of West Point, and ere all distinguished in their classes. Tblrty-fix of the filty-four Brigadier Gener- erals appointed are t est ro nt graduates, two others were officers ot tbe regular army ad s ill tour others servrd with distinction a- volunteers in tbe Mexican war. there are only tweive of the Brigadiers wbo bave not bad tbe advantage ot either military ed ucation or artua experience in the art of war. Brigadier General Burnside is da tailed to tbe department of Mnjor General Anderson, who is ordered to Kentucky. a Plea that would Not Avail. When Mr. A'illinm Patrick was in tbe Superintendent's office on Wednesday, short ly after bis arrest on a cbarp of treason, pre ferred by tbe Secretary of War, and prior to his removal 'o tbe Fort, be was informed of a tact wbich startled him beyond measure. Mr Kennedy was asking bim notations witb a view ol finding out .he biding place ot a a "pected person, known to be an acquaint ance ot tbe prisoner. Finally, tbe latter be came flurried and unwilling to say anything more on tbe subject, and at the tame time, iiut'inir himself upon bis dignity, he re mark d: ' I was born in Nova Scotia, and am a British subject; consequently I demand my discharge. Yon bave no authority over me whatever. ''Not so fast," quietly responded the Su perintendent. "Let me give you a little his t irical information. Gen. Jackson hanged two Englishmen once for meddling with our affairs, arm Lis example will surely be fol lowed if tbe occasion demands it. Mr. Patrick, who really was inder tbe be liel that bi British nativity shielded him from the consequences of "assisting tbe enemy. was overwhelmed at being so pointedly un deceived Jv. 1. Timet Traveling in the Southern Confederacy. Last evening we saw a couple of gentle men just from New Orleans. They arrived at XtdsbviUe at 10 o cluck on Saturday Horn iog, and their baggage was transferred di rectly to the Louisville depot. There one of tbe gentlemen bongbt ticket for bit whole party, consisting ot several ladies and gen tlemen, and the whole entered the cars, an ticipating no trouble. Just before the star ingot tbe cars, however, all of them, male and female, were laken out because they had no passorts. To obtain these was a matter Of much difficulty. One of the gentlemen happened to bave a telative two or three miles from Nasbville, went out and brougb bim in as a voucher. Thus be got himself vouched for, and he vouched tor tbe ladies of tbe company, and one o two other gentle men founc vouchers-and so the wbole got ttu der way in tbe afternoon train, between Nashville and the Slate line, a burdred and forty letters were taken from tbe pockets ot the pnssengers to be carried back to tbe Naihvillle Vigilance Committee, some ihem containing important financial oocu ments, and others being letters ot introduc tion. A lieutenant, on bis way trom bis regiment in Richmond, bad forty letters from the men to their families and friends, bat all ot these were taken back to Nash ville. At tbe Stnte line all tbe baggage was overhauled bv a committee stationed tor tbe extires? purpose Louiville Journal, Avj. 27 The Sublimity of Modesty. There is a perfect sublimity of modesty in the folio-wing paragraph from a letter to tbe New York Tribune describing the battle of Sptlngfield, Mo.t " Wt took 4u0 horses and 69 prisoners. One ot tbe latter was brought in trom tquiid of five rebels by your eorrt$pmdmU who at that limt te untai ly koarte Jtom rallying the lroofitl regat dUu of anything tike pereunat Hanger. Hiob Pricks. From the annexed table we should not thiuk Mobile a very good place for a poor man to live in especially it he liked good living: " Buner, per lb , 4045e j corn, per bush el, $ll 10; oa'S, 7u85c; beeswax, per lb, 15(a;16:. ; chickens, per dozen, $2 &u 6 00: uucks, 54M); turkeys, $10(419 e-gs, 20.5j ; o-ue., Rio, per lb, 30(a)3ic njur, per bbl , tata.ll : bar, per cat- ii 60; pork, mess, per boln $2727 50; (alt, per sack, $3 ; wbiky, per gal.ua, o&c If the Mobile News is good authority, the Congress in session at Richmond has imposed a tax of fifty cents on the hundred dollars in value u on real ettite slaves, merchandize, money at interest, cattle, furniture, ic; but exempting tbe property ot families having less than $500. Effect or Habit ih Horses A Washing ton dispatch to tbe N. Y. Times, says: Tbe following incidents of Bull Run came to my knowledge yesterday. One of the guns of tbe celebrated Sherman s Battery was rescued trom capture by tbe rebels and brought oS the field by two horse that had tern shot through by Minie mu-ket balls. When the ordtr " forward was given tbey resolutely str lightened out and absolutely drew on the gun. I1 is noticed that those who are the lend est in the condemnation ot the Administra tion for forbidding the transmission of Rebel pupers through. the mail', were loud in their praise of tbe Uucbanan Administration when it approved tbe acts of Soaihern Postmasters in refusing to deliver what were called "in cendiary journals." The power of the Post- office Department to prohibit the transmis sion cf improper publication! was affirmed by Postmaster General Kendall, in 1835 h i decision having reference to anti slavery pa pers. Lowber, wbo was arrested at Cincinnati as the bearer of dispatches for Jeff. Davis, bad on bis return, taken up his residence at Fish kill, with his brother in-law, fchultt, who was a Dearer ot aispatcnes from Mr. Seward to the British Government The latter bad just gone on bis mission as the former re turned trom bis. Such relationships do not necessarily impeach tbe fidelity el the indi viduals to the trust reposrd in .them, but the fact shows how impossible it is for tbe Gov ernment to guard against possible contingen ties when thec eonrectiocg are unknown to it. - - Timing Each Other Tbey bave a story ia Cbicngo about a drunken captain in camp who met a private of bi company in th same condition. The captain ordered him to 'bait," and endeavorinc in vain to assuma a firm position on his te-1 and with dbrnified severity, exclaimed: "Private Smith, I gir yon til (hie) four o'clock to gissober in." Cap ",'' replied tbe soldier, "a yod'r (hie) d n sight drunkerniam, I'l give you til (hie) five o'clock to gissober in." v ' According to the Richmond Enquirer, Ue State ot Virginia has furn.shed the Confed erate service toven bnndred an fifty com-, paste, all aaiforoied and equipped accord latolaw. TELEGRAPHIC. $40,000 of Rebel Money Seized. Seized. ARREST OF A GEORGIA AGENT. REPORTED ENGAGEMENT IN MISSOURI. EARTHQUAKE AT CINCINNATI. Hostilities Expected in Kentucky. THE NAVAL EXPEDITION HEARD FROM FORT HATTERAS TAKEN. OFFICIAL REPORT THE EXPEDITION ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL. OVER SIX HUNDRED PRISONERS TAKEN. 2 FORTS CAPTURED! THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. JEFF. DAVIS SICK AT RICHMOND. MOND. PROCEEDINGS OF THE REBEL CONGRESS. Stirring News from Missouri. MAGOFFIN A PRISONER. Excitement In Indianapolis. SUSPECTED PERSONS COMPELLED TO TAKE THE OATH. Saturday Night's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31. Special to Post: Startling newt reaches ui front Kentucky. lir. Jackson, II. G, from that State who had just returned to this city from tbe uer formance of commercial doty in New York, left suddenly for Kentucky lastnight, bar ng received urgent dispatches indicating danger of ad instant outbreak of hostilities. Simi lar advice hava been received her to-day from Mr. Uutcne. Scbnyler Colfax bat just arrived here. He reports that enlistment it going on finely in Indiana and Illinois. Tb troops are aaxlouf for fratfiediate ter vice In Missouri. Within a fortnight 25,000 men will be in tbe field from Missouri alone, FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 31. Provost lfarshal aicKinstry.haa issued or der peremptorily Torbidd ng any per. on passing beyond the limit of this county witnout a special permit trom bit office and all railroad, steamboat, ferry and other agent are prohibited from selling tick! to any one not holding a pas from th Provost Marshal. Tbis order it aimed especially to reach parties leaving tb city for the purpose ot communlaiung information to the enemy Tbe Republican learnt that a force of oessiooists forty five hundred strong attacked the .lour hundred and thirty Home Guard and Federal troops in th entrenchments at Lexington on .Thursday, and-were repulsed witb a loss of 0 killed. None of the Feder al force were killed. This need confirma tion. Cnas. McLaren, Bresil W. Drake. James H. Caii.tle, secession Police Commissioner!, bave oeen removca by uov. uambla. Tbe report Hat Palmyra was occupied by secessionist under Martin Green a tew dayi ago. I untrue. Tbe money belonging to th Fayette bank wbich was seised by secessionists on lost Wednesday, ha been returned. FROM MISSOURI. ROLLA, Mo., Aug. 30. The correipondent of tbe St. Louis Demo crat furnishes th following Parties from Springfield report that a skir mish had tak n place ia Vernon county, east of Fort Scott, bet wren CoL Montgomery ot the Kansas forces, and the rebel fa oops un der Rain. Reinforcements bad been cent to Rains from Jefferson. Six thousand rehels were encamped at Pond Spring. Another encampment of over 5000 was at a spring sooth of tba Fayette villt roan; there were also encampmenit near Springhela. Gob Mciiriae with 1000, patted through Dade county last week In a north east direc rection. One thousand men were at Dry u lade la Dade county devastating tbecoun try. . Every vestige of property belonging to Union men in Green county bad been seized. LOUISVILLE NEWS. LOUISVILLE, Aug. 31. Two regiments of tb bom guard! of Louisville, nnder command ot Brigadier General Jouret, paraded tbmugh tbe street this evening. Tbey made a flae appearance, b'ing fully arm d and uniformed Several companies of th brigade uniformed aed un armed not having participated to-day, are on parade ia the street to-night. 1 A shock of an earthquake was distinctly felt here to-day, persons being aroused by it violence from deep. Tbe shock lasted fully three minute. . Tbe su-tetnent from Washington that Mr Guthrie had sent advice to that city of an apprehended autbreak of hostilities ia Ken tucky it untru. LOUISVILLE, Aug. 31. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Aug. 31. Rlohard J. Freeman was arrested yesterday while on his way to Keene, N. H, to pur chase thoet and pegging machine for Geor gia, and was taken to Fort Lafayette, by order of the Secretary of State. Tbe remain ot ben. Lyon arrived at three o'clock this afternoon, and were escorted by a guard of honor to the City Hall, where they will lie In state till Monday afternoon, when they will be conveyed to Connecticut Forty th nsand dollar belonging to tbe rebels, was teaed yesterday la tba . Park Bank by Marshal Murray. Special to tbe fost : All is quiet on tbe Potomac to day. ' The Ucionittt near Honson'tHlll are tear ing rapidly. Tb War Department I actively filling vacancie in the volunteer force by an (Mint ing officers wlihout regard to regular grade FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Aug. 30. W. H. Ward, late of th Macedonian, who lately resigned, arrived in New York on the Kelt as- oa Friday, and hat been ent to Fort La'ayette. The Navy Department had th Potomac river examined last nieht between this citv and Fort Washington tor boat which might be used for transporting contraband article across; 13 wer brought np to the Navy lara. Lotter to Western Kentucky to the ena. tinned Post Offices should b directed via Louisville. .. , " EARTHQUAKE CINCINNATI, Aug. 31. A ever shock of aa earthquake was felt In thl city and vicinity at 6 o'clock thl morning, arousing people from their sleep. TOBACCO SEIZED. BOSTON, Aug. 31. Tha United State Marshal la-day riced BO. 000 lb of tobacco, tie alleged nrorjertv of Jame. Thomf of Riehmond.The'to- baeco reached Boston, yla Haabril). H Louisville. . x Ij SOUTHERN NEWS. LOUISVILLE, Aug. 31. A special to tba Loolvllle Courier from tb Union ard imerlcau, ..isar;,le ZW, i dr. patch's from Richmond, state that fl?a. Butler, comrnniidinjr fli-etof 1 0 guns aid 4 00 mo, arrived at Fort Hatteme, Tii'Silay, and oei ed lire n iLb fort, wbich was vlgorju5ly returntd by tbe garrison of 300 mrn under roxmtud cf Oa'it rlarrin. lorintrly of the U. ti. Nary. Alter twenty roands the rebe's' ammunition gave out and tbe tour garrison surrendered. The tort ws built a few m nih since and mounted 20 gtmi. Tbe sam ays It it believed In Richmond that the blockade bat beer effectually broken cy to arrival of tbe Brlusb ship Alliaaae at Deauron, a. V. Davit it reported convalescent. An engagement tovk place at Cross Lanes. Va- on tb 20ih, between 8t0 Confederate and 9U0 Federals, resulting in onr favor. tne commercial lnterconrse wiih the North under Oincinnaiiana it to be enforced by penalties oaring the war. Also letters and cairespondence is prohibited. Advices from Hatanias of tbe 25tb. tv fie Briilsb schooner ran tbe blockade off New- corn and arrived there and sailed for Charles, on. A (loop from Charleston also ran the blockade. FIRE. CHICAGO, Aug. 31. The fir yesterday at Birbuo Hill in this State, destroyed the corn houses, machinery and a targ amount of broom corn, tointber witn several hundred thousand feet or lumber belonging to bishop Hill Colony. Estimated lotf2&,0oto$30 00C; no int. ranee. THE PRINCE. MILWAUKEE, Aug. 31. Prince Napoleon aad suite arrived from Lake Superior last night, and took the 9 o'clock train for Prairie DuChein this morn ing, all in fine spirit. FROM PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, August 31. Th remain of Gen. Lyon passed through tbis ouy at eight e clock this morning, ea sorted by tbe military to the Trenton De pot. The flags of th city are at half mast Numbers crowded the street through which tb prooeaaion passed. Sunday Night's Report. OFFICIAL REPORT FROM THE FLEET. WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. The following it an official report of the Hatteras affair: To the Secretary of the Navy: I bave to inform you that we bave been eminently sue ceseful. All that could be wished for by the most hopeful has been accomplished. We are taking on board tbe Minnesota officers and men numbering six hundred and fifteen who surrendered after a bombardment from our fleet during the larger portion of two days. After landing the prisoners at New York I shall return to Hampton. (Signed,) S. H. STRINGHAM, Blockading Squadron. The ertloles of capitulation agreed on be tween Com. Stringham and Gen. Butler and Samuel Barron, commanding the naval force C. a. N, Col. Martin and M aj. Andrews, commanding land forces at Fort Hatteras, stipulate that all forces under said Barron. Martin and Andrews, and alt munition, arms, men and property be unconditionally surrendered to tbe Government of the United Sta'es on terms of full capliula iou and that the officers and men shall receive such treat ment at it due to prisoners of war, Another official account rays tbe expedi tion to Hatteras inlet resulted in a signal vie tcry over the rebels, capturing two forts, twenty-five cannon, a thousand stand arms, and 715 prisoners, among whom are 'apt. Samuel Barron, Lieut Sba p and Pr Rrnwn, late U. S. N aud Maj. Andrews, S.A. The lost on their side is not let-rned. tew are known to bare been killed and number wounded, many of which were car- net! away, Lieut Mnrdock, lateof tbe Uni ted State Navy among the number, with loss of arm. We had no casualty of conse quence. Tbe surrender was unconditional About hree hundred men were landed ami heavy surf. When the men wer' hauled in and commenced cannonading at 10.15 A. M. on tbe 28th, and kept up at intervals all day, recommencing on the 29th witb increased effect The enemy attempted to land about fifteen hundred men, but were dnven back At 11 30 they displayed the white flag and were forced to Surrender at discretion. It is believed that many of tbe wounded and killed were sent on board rebel steamers in tbe Sound prior to the capitulation. Gen. Butler has arrived in Wstblngton. Tbe news of tbe victory caused unbounded Joy. I'he result of the expedition is said to be or possession of the entire North Carolina coast Tbe expedition was planned by ex nerienced officer in connection with ihe Navy epartment before tbe meeting of the l ant Congress, but bad been delayed till tbe 26tb. Atnotg the papers captured was one from the late American Consul at Rio Janeiro, to Robert G. Scott, giving a list of all vessels leaving or to leave that port during tbe month, with a lull description of cargoes, Ac. By this rebel privateers knew when and here to look, and six named in the list were captured. fol. Mix Weber is pieced in command at Fort Hatteras and Col. Hawks in Fort Clark. A portion cf the fleet remains there. 8ev era! important book and papers were cap tured, aisciostng plana oi tne reoeia. SOUTHERN NEWS. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 1. The correspondence of New Orleans Delta of We 28ih,tays The coast ot Mississippi is well protected. Score oi volunteers are all a'ong tbe shore, and quite a numoer ot gun boat are build ing. Special to the New Or!, ans Delta: Richmond, Aug. 27. Davis is bo ill that Congress ha (adjourned to await his conva- lesence. A bill taj passed Congress for the settle ment of accounts with the Government and States tor advances towards prosecuting the war. Soma member favor tbe release of Harris, McGraw, Ely, Commander Boutwell and Bright at Richmond, charged with being spies. uen. atagruaer is nere. Rumors here confirm Roeecraus' sorrender to Le near Beverly. President Davis is authorised to appoint two aids as (Jommxaaer-in unief. All absent officers of the army of the Po tomac ar required to be at tbeir post on the 28 Lb. ' s After adnurnment of Congress Davia will tike command in person of the army of the Potomas. Richmond'dlspUch reports several ar rest in London county, Va., of old citileos charged witb treason. Several deaths bad occurred among the Federal prisoners, including Capt Jones, of tbe 1st Maine regiment and Lieut Bodorn, of the 11th Maasaohusetta. Tb Baptist church at Richmond hat been made an army hospital. The Knoxville Register of the 24th notice tb arrest ol Uommauder Boutwell. U. S N., by order of tbe Confederate Secretary of ue 'avy. The Pentacola correspondent of tha (VI. umbos (Ga ) Sua says there are whispers of .Litter are being made by order of th Quirtr-Mstr, and more troop are ex pected. Caps. Abernetby.of the l:h Miasissinnl. repors On tbe 30-Ji that mure than half of nis Brigade were in toe nispttal. FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, Sept. 1. Ha). Ra Snowden Andrews, captured at Hatteras, was an architect of th is city. Ma nyof the prisoner were Baltimorean. Among tbe prise is a ship loaded with cot ton. , It is rumored that a member of the South ern abinet was taken prisoner. Tne Harriet Lane ant asbora and waa UK. t. -Uvtkdand WUmingtonTuuX laken, UiMfirwJ- into th rebels' rear. FROM NEW YORK. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sept 1. Tb Tribune' special diipah-h has "tie fo'lowlr-jj vlilitloual pariii-u'art: A (Let ar.-ivcJ uS IId.'.lorat inlet On Wed nesday. Two fort have been erected by th rebel commanding tb mouth of tbe inlet, wbich commands tba entrance to Pamlico and Al bemarle sounds, wbich thus affords connec tion with Virginia and the sea Tbe tort replied to our incessant fire, but wiihont much damage. Alier three boars' cannonading, the fUg oa Fort Clark was banted down, and tbe rebt-ld retreated to tbe o'.her fort. -or force toon ' occupied the abandoned fort, - hoisting tbe Stars and Sirlpet. At 11:30 our shells wer beginning to play on tbe magasine, when tbe rt-b-ls bo'st ed a white flg. Gen. Butler re'usid acced ing to any terms except unconditional rnr render, wbicb was at last accepted. Gen. Barron delivered hi sword to Com modore Stringnam; other officers theirs to Gen. Buller. One tbousaad stand of arms, 12 cannon, 000 kna.ackt and a largs quan tity of munitions was captured. Nobody on our t.de hurt Four bnndred rebels had reinforced the fort the nigbt previous to attack. On Thursday forenoon a steamer with 1000 rebels on board ippr- ached but was kept away by our force in Fort Clark. FROM INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANAPOLIS Sept. 1. A Convention of the ijmpatiizers of the so- called peace party assembled in this city yes terday aften oon. '1 bough but a few partici pant were present, a large crowd ot exci'ed people assembled. Hon. Robert L. Walpole, o tbis city, was made Chairman, and while addressing the audience, denouncing the Ad ministration and the war, was interrupte-J, and finally withdrew amidgrett confusion A man named McLean, a friend of Wal pole, then attempted to harangue the crowd, at the same time drawing a pistol, when tbe crowd rushed in, and be was rather rougbly handled. Dunne the melee a number of fights occurred, but with no serious results. Considerable excitement was manifested in the afternoon, and in the evening a crowd visited the residence of Mr. Walpole and several other prominent politicians whose loyalty was questioned, and forced tbem to take tbe oath of allegiance to the United States Gorernmen', which was done with out further disturbance. Among tbose wbo took tbe oath was tbe editor of the Sentinel. FROM THE WEST. Otrn STAiioir, Pacific Tiliobaph, ) August 30th. j The Pony Express, with San Francisco dates to the 21st, passed at t A. M. to day. The steamer Uncle Sam lor Panama took $1,000,000 in specie. Each ot the three political parties have nominated a third candidate for Convress in accordance with tbe btstetnect of the Secre tary of the Interior, that California, under the new cams is entitled to three member instead of two. A' fire at Shaw's Flat in Tucalomune Co destroyed property valued at $18,000. All tbe Indian tribes east of the Cascade Mouatains are believed to be preparing for war upon the whites. FROM WHEELING. WHEELING, Sept. 1. . There le considerable excitement bere to night in consequence of a dispatch just re ceived from Fairmont, Mason connty, by tha Governor, stating that a large number ot secessionists bave risen in tbe back country, and are marching on tbe town to bara it, and tear up tbe railroad track. The drams are beating to arms, and tbe streets are crowded with people. The Gov ernor is despatching tbe Home Guards aad volunteer citixens to Fairmoant Tha ris ing is supposed to be iu coneart witb some movement ot Gen Lee. All the United States troops have lately gone forward from that point. It is feared that th movement among tbe secessionist may be general, and large numbers ot citi zens here are going on patrol duty to-night FROM ST. JOSEPH. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 30. This morning our city was surprised and thrown into a state of excitemen by tbe ar rival of 1H' mounted armed rebels who pa raded the streets and captured two U. S. Ar my recruiting officers and then returned to tbeir camp, wbich is some eight miles dis tant It is rumored that there are 130 men rendezvoused near here. The withdrawal of the Federal troops from this point and vicinity has left tbe field open for their depredations. FROM MISSOURI. WASHINGTON, Mo., Sept. 1. Last night sixteen of the reserve corps In this county were ordered to arrest a t crea tionist living some ten miles west ot bere. On approaching tbe hjuse, the lights were put out and tbe owner learning ibeir inten tions, fired a double-barreled shot gun, kill ing two of the rtterve corps. They burst open ibe door and ki led bim and another man, wbo fired and ran. Tbern i a camp of secessionists in that neighborhood, a tew miles from where tbe above-mentioned occur rence took 'place. Seventy c t the reserve corps ei; nere tbis morning to bold them in check until retniorcemenis can be obtained. FROM MISSOURI. JEFFERSON CITY, Sept. 1. Cot. Marshall's Cavalry were at George town on ibursday, and surrounded ibe town. taking Magoffin prisoner with several others One ot CoL Marshall s men was killed and one badly wounded. Tbey hava probably reacneo Liexmgton oy tola time. FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Sept 1. Tbe following is appended to rasiports Issued by the Provost Marshal, and must bear tbe signature of each person accepting tie iff. It u understood that tbe within named and subscriber accept tbis pass on bis word of honor that be Li and will be ever loyal to tne united states, and If hereafter found in arms against tbe Union, or in any way aid ing her enemies, tbe penalty will be death. FROM QUINCY. QUINCY, Aug. 31. The train from St Joseph arrived all safe tnis evening. Tbe reports of the track being torn np for mues west ot raimyra cannot be true. TLere is great excitement here to-nieht occasioned by teaas of an attack by the rebels from Missouri. FROM MARYLAND. PLEASANT HILL, Md., Aug. 30. Advice from Martinsburs-. itiu that Bon. Edward J. Pendleton, of Virginia has oeeu capiurea Dy tno rebels, rendleton was a prominent Union man. xvveryihinr on tbe Fotomae between the mouth and Seneca and Monacccy river ia THE DAILY NEWS. NEW YORK, Sept. 1. Ben Wood denies that there has hwtn an change In the editorship of ihe Daily News. FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, Sept 1. Gen. Wool issue 1 a m-np-nil nrdpr on Ihm Battera inlet victory. He av t .ey also captured a ten inch Columbiad, thirty-one piece cannon, one brie loaded 'with cotton. on aloop loaded with provision and stores, two light boat containing 190 bags of cof fee, Ac FROM CINCINNATI. CINCINNATI, Sep. 1. Hon. Andrew Johnson was serenaded at th Burnett Bouse last evenine. H made a Speech to the large crowd assembled. lien. Bobert Anderson arrived here thl morning. LAKE ERIE PAPER COMP'y. Haacfoctorara of PBISTIN9 ARD BOON rara-n. are uvm ereaaraa to enppiy all oroer wltk nfwwr e.afT pa r - r ---1 co tavornble term. . "AVI.OB, Aea-t. AT ENT OIL GREASE. i?17E eaaa w nwiM aaa wc aajn low, B. K. 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A tar liaoS-tChlata Prtnu-obaa at anort to ust W haw atwat a 4osM Lacs Mantillas and Laox FoixTf of gowl aaalltr aai atylaa, which w vQl ttl at M OKttTS OH TBK DOLLAB. flTfi HUNDBSU ISADS STTPEBFIM2 FRENCH CHALLIS worth to Jie, ndooMl to M matt. a 0O3 UUSUBID AND TWINTT-FITI TAEM SEASONABLE FANCY SILKS, of rk-f utt ncrle and qantlty, worth 'rom Vljs to 17i iaa'ocrd lo CM cenc. at eeau, 7 eaott, ST ceuc. atmti.w. ntti. w hmm are of tea dom Taat oou ioiac Mj-ieo, ana or a ., Vibt GaiAT Bamatw. sirrr pattebns BROCIIK ENGLISH BERACE?1 worth r7Xc--rJord lo Btcato PAKASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS, Badacrd IS ML F1TTT PATTIBN6- EiaURED FOULARD SILKS, AT A BAX0AIN One Thoaaead of th vary beat BTEi L-3P&MG HOOP 8SIRTS omr, ttfWt ar prop! to fiva EXTRA BARGAINS For Th Nxxt .Thutt Data, at FREEMAN k KELLOGQU 1 217 8upiaiob 8t. JSt ; piU)CHKT BRAID ANEW IM. VV romTATioa, ml . mugi BKTTBCRO a H ATB M A K!TB. 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