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t - -' -rrs-i i ' E. COWLES A t?0., TiahU Aaeerleaa Bulldlnaa, WtrUMM. ' y . D. fAQE. 1NU, KKPT. jJtiaai. f.uoav mom and star tank MnL and UNION STATE NOMINATIONS. torn bvbob, ' . j DAT1D TOD, of RahoolB. irrrramrr aorimsoa. BB!(I1H BT ANTON, of Logan. nuifiu, . 1 . f. VOLNSY IMKKV, of Mtml.. ... .1, aaa ay avrBsatB coeat, 408 LAB SCOTT, or Butter. ; aaamou.ni vaaiwarB. JOSEPH H. RILBr.orrrwUln. cxoarraav or statu, ' ; BKMJ. K- COWAN, of avian ev rrnit womb, JrtHN VOKKBNCB, of Hamilton, a 1 ; . The Union Platform. .rrv.tehc crcsent deplorable civil war kTiW tore- P0 "'I mioaUa Of th 8oB.tb.en. States, now In revolt .- . anil fB a?int th Constitutional uu.-. km around the Capital. ' farter That in toll natlonsl emergency w Unlet. Hi fealin of men pwion resentment, ..a wiii recollect only our dnty to the wtaol. eotatrr; that thle war wna aot waed upon our wart In any spirit of oppression, nor lor any pur. pot of eoaqoest or .oBjiixetion; nor for the pur mm af ovartbrowlnir or interfering with the rlxht Ot Hsblilhid Institutions tf tbo States; bat to defer and maintain th sireinacy ol the Constitution, ad to prrve the t nion, wltli all the dignity, equality and righU t the several State nnlmpBirtd; and ae aooa ae these objects aj. accomplished, the war Ought to cease." Smohni, In the language of the Hon. Joseph Halt, wa are "for the Union without condition, Be, and indivisible, now and forever; for iu preeervatioa at any and every coet of blood rd tnatare; against an tie aMuan,uu may and every eornvromlM that may be propoeed to be made ander tbe gune oi me neDen. To Business Men. Bosinea men ihould bear In Blind that the preen t u the most favorable time in the world for keeping their business before the public The seaaoa is a dull one, and the stagnation In trade oaa oaly be overooaie by an extensive eye teat f advertUing. Fewer men advertiee In dull tlaie soneequently thoee who do receive tbe greater benefit. The Liadeb ffers the greatest advantages to advertisers of any publi cation la tbe elty. Owing to its being the oldest morning paper la Northern Ohio, It ha a circu- tatlea exoeeding that or any ouier puoiisnro m the State out of Ciaolnastl. All advertisements Bppear la both the morning and evening edi tions. Tn circulation of the Lsaosb is over 11,00 copies. LAIS AJTB OBMABIKNTAL PBINTISQ. XT flalB an4 oruiMittl pnntiaft ol ewroe tnnetMa done at toe PrinUn KeuMuhmeBt of tos LsADtl umw, ob tbe lurnt unproved uid most rlil Bmbbi lTMM,in the beat ityie, on abort notioa,an. a reeaowbie rmUNu J-Mticnlar attention pud to - Z7 b- nr ZT.r dHarrictlon ot iiindina done, wpaoiallv Blank iiooka, Llrf. Journal, bales nut Boofce, Ac. To Business Men. County Convention. The County Convention of the 31st of Anguat pftssed the following resolution : Eeeolvtd, That the Union men of cuyft- tga, oounty be requested to meet in the a&n u - . - , .i respective uwnshipa na waraa, uie nsnal plaeea f holding elections, on Thura- nay, in niu oi etpuBwr, v v.uvm -. 11, aid appoint 6 delegate from each township and ward, to meet in Cleveland ' . en Saturday, the 14th insU, at 10 o'eloek A. Mn to nominate County officers and transact ether business. This ttoUot should be attended to by our friends In th ward and township. Bautls at Baeaawraville, Va Oem. Raew . - Ttoote Mr etael Via Arasy. Ceo. i.,.;o.o caue upon urn. rioyu Bear rioyu ' ' Eaau&ersvi.le, and gave him battle. Floyd wm npon hill which was strongly fortified with parapets and palisade. The fight fierce and long, being suspended only when darkness covered the scene. During th night Floyd fled with his army in such baste, that tut owa personal baggage was captured. Our troops were too much ex hausted to follew him. The accounts represent our Ohio boys a fighting gallantly. Thi victory will, we think, clean the rebels out of Western Virginia. To Business Men. County Convention. British Repudiation--A Record of Infamy. It it known to our readers through the frequent mention which the telegraph makes of the fact, that the London Times is almost constantly urging English capitalist to beware of tb new American loan, and giving portentous warning of tbe certain " repudia tion" which, according to it showing, will be the course of th Federal Government when the subscribers to that loan present their claims tor payment. That thi course, , tvjon the part of the great English organ and authority, U the fruit of unscrupulous and bitter jealousy of the growing power and wealth of thi country, there ha been no doubt in th minds of thinking men, but few are aware of the infamous extent to Which England hersell has repudiated just claim upon her. Th X. Y. Tribune of to 9th publishes a chapter of 'British Eepndiation" which should make the London Times and every kindred sheet hang "its head in shame that its own country is so guilty of that which it falsely charge upon th United States Government. Our gov. rnment has never repudiated any portion of oeot nor tailed to pay in good honest coin all that it owed, while the history of England is stained with dark and infamous frauds, aj will be seen by the following farts - . ' The present, enormous poblio debt f England originated in" the Government borrowing 1,320.520 at 8 per cent, for which it pledged certain portions of the Public revenue. But through financial dif ficulty th payment of the interest was us- penaea fc- a year and then indifinitetv. . . ,v, " Dnir if rnin I,- 1 j. .1 , . I ywu ujuusaiKu uiroQgnooi i - aingaom. Families were reduced to tarvatioa, mi those who had snrpln funds ipeafJiemin the vain endeavor to obtain cedrees. After many years of litigation to Jtablish their just claims, and when very many of the sufferers had died in want and - distress, Parliament finally decided that the creation suouia receive only 3 per eent upon the principal, and that even that prin ' ripal might be redeemed hy Government at t on half iU value. The period of time, dur ing which this frand was committed and . kept up, wa from the time of Charles II to that of William IU, So outrageous was this tnnaaction that even English statesmen de . dared It a national in&my. : "' ' ' '"' To come down to a later period, we find mat ta im the Government iarhid by h I UR BankofEd from pavina- i7i than brtrmwafl f u. 1 '---dominions, ui luaaiution so large 1 i.nr .mount of it note, that they gradual rl anM.e'. n .Tn. . . . . - I . uiu 10 Jan ,ne bti giy0 uma. to ten per cent aiscount To counter- K1 Act thi natural and Inevitable depreciation th Government declared th the bank notes ' , mnmaa ax par vaioe, I fa-tl aAeif nommaj yalae, a- i :idvt . pent oaenc to pay out or al whether Tot Win or merchandise. AU tranrgretsors ts! this statute were to be fined impTiBonel. Bat loyal decrc couia not the national depreciation, to the note to ft discount ot thirty and forty per YeL while thus ruinously depre- .utl the Government pud ita creditors m natier. Including Interest on the public debt, to thi hour haa tec maie them reitltutlon to the extant of a farthing. By enactment. It made honesty ft puniBhnl.le offence, for if creditor collected ft debt from Englishman honest enough to make good difference between paper and specie, both Hah! to fine and tuaprlMnmeDt. - TVia TriKiin eati : Under tb operation ot tai royU cheat, . i .k.uA fArtnna was invested in .u. d.:.i. mild hare receiTed ma ttej Ull ViBU luuui w Interest In paper depreciated tarty per cent. . national bankruptcy k... i-,.;.tW foreshadowed, he sold til ..r and converted the Utter into mnoh gnld as it would command, he was ned and sent to iail. It he even bouebt merchandise ior his paper at less tlwn a phin tioa ... i. -v.-... t iKrU .rlv Oo-coran ol B . j . .... . KMlrAfc VinTii' pr, or exenangcu a nuio iwi o-, ha was eoually liable. . On the other hand, the United States has aihamed of. At the UU BUVU .s. n w verv time when England was thus defraud ing her bondholders, the United States, according; to the treaty o 1793, was paying the debt due from American citizens to RHtiah subjects. r Commissioners having been appointed to ascertain the amounts of these claims, in 1302 they were eommur for 200,000 which we paid to the British Government in coin to be transmitted to the iDdividoal creditors. Bnt that Government, Instead of paying them in the coin which belonged to tbem, kept it and paio. ,oe .iim. in the vastly depreciated notes, lbu( consummating an immense snave at xpense ol iU subjects. Our government has never male paper money a legal tender, aot even in the dark est hours of the war with England. And at V,;. time the Attorney General has decided that the present public debt cannot be taxtd by the Government. It is in the face of thete .-.. that the London Times accuses us of renuJUtion. As the Tribune says : Enlnd. not this country, is the great d.-.tnf. To make our case parallel with her s, we must prohibit our banks from pay ing snecie, then borrow from them so largely as to depreciate their notes 40 per cent, then the leiris alive lie Mk """" - S..i.tion. then, as it increased, pay the n,,wirdbtin rees. then compel foreigners, as well as our own citizens, to take rag money at par, then 6ne and send to jail every man who retusea or evaueu vuc Oi ot a be r a . The Kentucky Legislature. ' The telegraph has informed us of the ac tion of the Kentucky Legislature in instroxt ing the Governor to notify the Confederate forcas to leave the State, while a resolution that similar acuon pb era! troops was voted down. , r, e nope me . r wm be the passsga of the " Whittaker Beso- lutions," which are already before that body, and have had influential advocacy, iney are as follows: Btioltd, That Kentucky's peace and neu trality have been wantonly violated, her soil haa been invaded, the rights of her citizens have been grossly infringed by the so-called Southern Contedeiacy forces. This has been withont eanae: therefore Be it retolved by the Qenerol Autmbly qf the CommoKvealth of Kentucky, loal the uov- mor ia rea nested to call out tbe military each one of the States by the 4tb section of ta 4th article ot the Constitution of the United States. Besolved, That General Robert Anderson be and he is hereby requested to enter im mediately npon the active discharge of his am ej in una military district. Seiolved, That we appeal to the people of ivemucsy dj me ties oi patriotism and honor, by the tie of common interest and common defense, by the remembrance ot the past, and by the hopes of future nation al existence, to assist in repelling and driving out toe wanton violator of our peace and neutrality, the lawless invaders of our soil. The Kentucky Legislature. Speech by Gen. McClellan. Gen. McCkllan ia a man of few words bat mighty deeds. On Tuesday last, when many of the troops were visited and inspected by Freaiient Lincoln, Gen. ilcClellan and Gov. Curtin, the Commacding General made the following speech, brief, but full of signifi cance. He said: Soldiibs: We have had ocr last retreat We have seen our last defeat. You stand by me, and I will stand by you, and henceforth victoi7 will crown our efforts. A Good Appointment. Among the recent appointments of Brig adier General we notic th name of Eleaier A. Faine, of Wisconsin. Mr. Paine was former resident of Paines ville, where he has relatives now living. He is a gradual of West Point, and has erved with honor in the Florida war. He will make an able General. Rumors from Virginia. The Western Virginia correspondent ot the Cincinnati Gazette says: Of course the country is full of the wildest stories about tbe movements and numbers of the rebel forces. I have been gravely assured that tbe whole rebel force, detachments of wnicn aave oeen narrassing Cox, and which drove Tyler from Cross Lanes, could not number less than fifty thousand men. And otoers insist that the armies of Wise and rioya, lying at Hontersville and Lewisbnrg, and now stretching forward to 9ummersvil!e, cannot possibly amount to less than forty thousand. Let me assure those who have ucenao neeaiessiy alarmed about Gea. Rosen crans' perilous position, that tie rebels have uwer any wousand nor forty thousand moving in any column in this direction. I uuBoispea unadvisedly on this point Our a It np uaienwu una are traversing the arhiL nnt .1 i. , .. . B - w-umj wiuuu wnicn mis army is said to b moving, and forty thousand men ue uov pas uae aciona in the nijiht. A review of all the troops on the Wash- ington side of the Potomac will soon be held Gen. McClellan in Washington. Display, f course, ia not his object. He wisely wishes, to show the men their Immense num ber, and enable ; them to fully realize their power. . ........ uavia Tod, Hon. Samuel Galloway r. horsey, are announced lor a series of mas meetings in th southern portion of the 7 wmmen8 with Monday Sept, 23d. to CA.ADA.-A Washington and and ana Itmsvbe well i..,t . " 1 en 3i !'tJn?twithstan- forbe io3puiui are 20: aeminH - I th.Uat.d8tal tto to.SSS: Sx. there i realiv a ".7, I ;. .11 . ""- 1 are PeSilo"0 it ZO ... ' " ""wi I a ciear ana satistactory acconntof them- ,0 cnracler ot their business, their estlntion' etc ' ' ,7 , . ' MttLiBtras.-This strange sect isre-oriran- "uu "umiug weeunga ia vsiiom parts. woe man Octob, 18??. "'L ri- th. -vu iavu UiJIUfflB-Ue L2th I tintntSM loci i Localities about Washington. WMhinirtnn dlnatch to the PhilfdoV Inquirer, gives some valuable Inform. as to various points ftbout Yvasningw- Manson's Hill If naturally ft strong pos.- , l. It u fur ID! ttcwu, arH Kirhmona. ihn. and a nail uiiee iu ir Fort Corcoran nd Arlington Bouse It is four ana a naii bum irom u Rridm. due west, aid not more than B . . 1 - 1 I It l. H (Mm rOIl AlWHTl "l UV'TTt,. . iniDoaiible for them to bombard Forts or Albany from Uunron'i The chain Bruize is about nve miles norm' .t af Washington, and the Tinrinlsi shore the Potomac there la billy, forming kind A tne rowmao tnereu ohit, mriuiujj i.-- rocky bluff down to Washington and for 1 distance aoove tea oriaae. ice m" vu easily held by good troops against an ap nrnarhlnir intmr. The same Is true all the TV. . wav down to ana neiow Arunguia. rrnnnd is hluh. and the chain of bill! forme . natural Una of defence. The forest all having been cut down, our artillery can nave full awen at an v attacking columns. Tb country is full ot ravines just oaca oi uw river, but there are no places oi m not commanded by oar guns, mere i deep ravine back of Munson's Hill, by which oar troops, it It becomes necessary, migua tank the rebels in the rear.- i i- The loval citizens of Alexandria need have no tear ot being eaitured by the rebels. Hunting Creek protects the lower part ot me town, the hilis back of Alexandria are high and can eiailv be held In protection of the town. Even if they were not held, our ves sels of war In the river could at once make Alexandria untenable. . Arlington Heights are diiectly opposite Georgetown, nearly two miles back trom the rotomao. nuacuea SDrttuf B about two miles distant; south- west or tbe Long onags, b ui uu nuu. road to Fairfax Court House.. Arlington House is about five miles north or nortneasi of Alexandria. Fall's Church is a little vil lage six miles straight west ot Georgetown Bailey's Cross Roads is a point five miles due west of the Long Bridge, aud the road from th bridge which leads directly past Bailey's is the road to Fairfax Court House. The last named place is eighteen miles from Washington and fourteen trom Alexandria. .' On the Washington side oi me roiomae a.m th Haiehts of Georgetown. Jorth and nnrtheiut nf the ritv are aiso nius WOlCU nommand all the roads leading into Washing ton. These hills are distant two or tnree mtle3,8omeof them foarand five milei. Th oiuitflrn branch of the Potomac flows down on the east side from Bladensburg, and forms a sort of protection on that side, though in case an enemy weia once across the Potomac it would be necessary for tbe Government to take possession ot th high Maryland hills across tbo eastern branch. The ranital ia an amnbitheatre it is sur rounded by a chain of hills which are from three to five miles distant from the Capitol bnildinm. .With D roper earthworks and fifty thousand good troops, it might stand a teige of six months against any army tno rebels could bnng against it. From the Army in Western Virginia. .1 The correspondent of the Cincinnati Com mercial says: Caitp ov Big Bibcb, Nicholas Co., Va., Sunday, P. M , Sept 8, 1861 Yeaterdav was a weary, weary day. The column was ordered to mov at six in the morning, and we turned out in the fog before cock crow. The General, however, got into a censorious humor, and rode about the camp inspecting the troops, "blowing up" all hands promiscuously and every body ia par ticular. The aids all ot tbem were sent flying over the hills, "hither and yon," to hurry np the cakes and prepare the lads for a storm. Some of us got weary enough to stop beore mo etorted, but that was not the beginning of the end. We finally got off at high noon, and commenced winding np Big Birch mountain. The sun blazed fiercely nnon us. and water was distressingly scarce, "JV'ti: .-1---ja.d-onwAldnnder folds of an immeasurable serpent I had bnt just spread myself at table for a good time, describing the tribulations of yes terday, when I was notified that the express man who arrived but thirty minutes since was about to depart I begged tor ten min utes, and must wind up quickly. Suffice it that we marched over the wildest country we have yet discovered without ad venture, aad feeling oar way through the glens and rocky raviues. we arrived at this point at from nine and horses pitching over bluffs in the night, uui meg coming out sale in every instance. The distance marched was nineteen miles We are now in the midst of the enemv'a county, and they are reported in force not many miles distant Our pickets were fired upon thi morning four miles beyond here. dT?lc? ulmX Party, from Lytle's Regiment chased a partv of the re hole nut of this settlement yesterday, wounding one of tbem. Perhaps we will meet th Mm,, Ka fore yoo receive another letter. The arm. W. D. B. Confederate Generals Holding Councils. Observations was made on Tuesday, gays the Washington Star, in tbe vicinity of Mun- son's HiIL nothing new was seen until aooui ten ana a Halt o clock, when a crowd o I officers rode up to the point from which observation was made, and dismounted. A table was brought, ond on it was spread a map. Tbe uniform was plainly seen, and one of our officers recognized Generals John ston and Beauregard. One, a nervous, fussy man, with his coat buttoned tightly around his waist, and open at its top, with a large display of ahirt bosom, was taken for ueaerai Le, although no one conld posi tively recognize him. They had four or five glasses, and were making observations for two hour of the country towards Washing, ton, and continually referrino- in th. m.n though they had map on a large scale! was known that there were two mm. manding Generals from their uniform and their suite. Mo privates are allowed to i. this point. The men in grey and red have to put UP With B View from tha ornnnrl nr an. other place on the fort. A ladder, about thirty feet long, was broueht and niacwl against a tree, and a number of officers went and took a view, remainins but a few minutes. An Appeal to Kentucky. The Louisville Journal having commented upon the course of Gov. Magoffin, and de nounced him as in open league with the I secessionist of tha South, calls npon th peopie or Kentucky to rise and drive the at rebel, from the State, the .ppea, clo8iDg M There is neither time nor . t.- tation ; each man must take his post of duty, unflinehino-a- u r , " unflinchinely meet ar.h ,nj sponsibijity. Tne oU of Kentucky moi be defended from the ruthless invaders of Ten nessee. In the history of the world no nowrrl. a am ...l-l 7 - aaeuit upon a people, than the invasion of Kentuckv bv th. Right Reverend Bishop Generalissimo Polk- . 1 1 mat martinet, uideon J. Pillow. The proud Commonwealth has bom more than l tuw ever enuurea Before, Dot her hour of bas passed. Tb lion it roused . , : . ... : . . w--?-".? : " T " " aucuuauiBie to ue uommonweaith. tiv. llegianc VMWW.V Mijuuiiy fever before has a Kantnrkian hen recreant enough to truth, honor, and fidelity "l?e ""d agaiust his native State, and to the wretched inort k . attempt the parricidal deed. Woe to th who gives any countenance to th in- wa ry idomiubl. peopf. Tf KLV "m,! FMtA.n V. :i:tl . - uwr row wa v w vutfl nnBiir.iA- wa aa i i. without reason, and win CT - "W AUUrlUW, al4wili TELEGRAPHIC. IMPORTANT FROM WESTERN VIRGINIA. A Battle Near Summerville. Gen. Rosecrans Against Gen. Floyd! Floyd Flees With His Whole Force! THE KILLED AND WOUNDED. Capture of Baggage, Ammunition and Stores. IMPORTANT MOVEMENTS NEAR WASHINGTON! Gen. McClellan Occupies Hall's Hill! A GENERAL ENGAGEMENT EXPECTED TO-DAY! Fremont Frees Two Slaves. Death of Ex-Governor Briggs. Last Night's Report. A BATTLE IN WESTERN VIRGINIA. CLARKSBURG, Va., 12. A battle took plao about S o clock ¬ day afternoon near Sommerrille. General Roaecrana alter making reconnoisance, touoa Floyd's army, 5000 strong with 16 field pieces, entrenched in a powerful position on top of ft mountain at uamcK l rerry, on tue west side of Gautey Brver. The rear and extreme ot both flanks were inaccessible, and the front was masked by heavy forest and close jungles. ' . Col. Lytle s 10th Uluo Regiment, or Den- ham's brigade, was in advance, and drove strong detachment of the enemy oi tne camp this side of the position, tne site oi which was unknown, shortly atierwaros his toout?, consisting of four companies, sud denly discovered themselves in th face of a parapet battery, and a long line ot paliesades for riflemen when the battle openea nerceiy. The remainder of the 10th and 13th Ohio were brought . into acuon successively uj Gen. Benbam. and the 12th afterward by Capt. HartauS; whose object wa an armed reconoisance. . .. - , I The enemy played upon our force terrih- cally;with musketry, rifles, cannister and shell, cansing some casualties. Col. Lytle led several companies or his insn to charge the battery, when he was brought down by ashotin th leg. Smith' 13th Ohio engaged the enemy on tbe left, and Col. Lowe's 12th Ohio directly in front, Low fell dad at th head of his regiment early in the hottest fir by a ball in the forehead.. -. McMullen't howitzer battery and Snjder' two field pieces, in tbe meantime, were got into tbe best position possible under the cir cumstance and soon silenced two of the rebel guns. The fire slackened at intervals, but grew more ferocious as night approached, when the German Brigade was led gallantly into action by CoL McOook under direction of Adjt. Gen. Harts aff. But after a furious fight tor three hours night compelled the re call of the troops, and the men Uid on their arms within short distance of the enemy, eich ready to commence th contest the next morning. - Floyd fled during the night. He sunk the boat in the river, and destroyed the tempo rary bridge which b had made when be first acccepted the position. The turbulence and depth of the river, and th exhaustion of the troops, made It impossible to follow him He left his camp equipage, wagon, horses, large quantities of ammunition, and fifty head of cattle. was certainly ferious. Capt McGoorty, of vinciuunti, capt. atcuuiien ana Lieut Sny der, of Ohio, are among th wounded, but not dangerously. Twenty-five men of CoL Tyler'; who were taken by Floyd at Cross Lams, were re-captured, and Floyd' personal baggage, with that of hit officers, was taken. Gen. iienhami Brigade, which suffered most, was commanded by him in person, and MoCook led his Brigade. Gens. Roaecrana ana Benbam. cols. McCook.. Little, and other officers, displayed conspicuous personal gallantry. The troop were exclusively from Ohio, and showed great bravery. SOUTHERN NEWS. SOUTHERN NEWS. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 12. A special dispatch to the JoorhaL dated Washington lilt say. that ilcClellan T carried Hall Hill, losing but 15 killed. Bank' command is within shootinir distant . , O I Senerftl engagement is expected to-mor- The Evansville Journal say that the steamer Sue Eaves, under command of a gun squad from -.hat pltce, captured a boat with 1000 barrels of salt dtstined for the Confed eracy. Douthern papers say that Capt W. F. Lyncn, late of the United State Navy, has been appointed Chief of the Bnrean nf rvtail and Equipment in the Confederate army. CoL Jones, of the 4th Alabama Regiment, died at Orange Court House on the 26th ot August, from wound received at the battle of Bull's Ron. W. Boyd, lata clerk in the Federal War Department, arrived at Richmond with full information respecting; matters at Washlnir. ton. 0 Several guns, recently in possession of the State Guard, were taken from this city yes terday, and nearly a hundred more were found to day under a hay-stack, in the su burbs. , -The steamer Tread watar Belle, nld anil nf mue value, was seized by tbe Federal au thorities at Smitbfieid. She had been con eying provision up the Tennessee river. The Xashville Union American congratu late the Confederate State upon the eleva tion of General Albert Sidney Johnson to thecemraand of the Western Division of tbe Confederate Army. , The Richmond Examiner of the 9th. nave since the battle of Cross Lanes in Western Virginia, noya has been waiting for sup plies. , , , On Saturday a train brought down fifteen prisoner, taken straggling through the woods the dispersion of Tyler1 command. Floyd, at last accounts, wa about mil and a half beyond the Gauley river. The enemy in full fore was at Gauley Bridge. - - ... ' Wise wa strongly posted in the vicinity w Gauley Road and copied Hawk Nest Ponding to a call for all the field artiUerr. ? ten hatterie are nearly ready or tmmaul , a a - i . above tbe Kanawha. The enemy tad been outflanked by Gen. Chapmau, who held his position withOOO Csam paper av. th.; hours the Potomac will be .ftwTJ'.TZS 1.... ... v v.i t-..j The Chief of Ordnance in Virginia In r,ht -re could a-iT' i: - " 1 Among the fifteen above mentioned pria- " 00!'5W LlOTt W-H- Baynor, of R. I- I " da.Mnrphy,of.T. . ' , in aixaminer also lay that JelT. Davis re5?Tered W recent severe I illness, as to take an airing on Satordav in . gun. carrute. I : H. Kelly, claimirjir to be a BaI(Jm- arrested on Friday on suspicion of be ing spy. - - , - DEATH OF HORACE M. STOKES. LEBANON. O., Sept. 12. a.Wf tv Urd .th. wm AWVUICU AUOfll H UaaIO. difiA Bit u t'wi , , B l? T- Th funer take place on Satui-day moraJnz ; ' ; LEBANON. O., Sept. 12. FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. proclamation to morrow: The Major.Oeseral commanding the wc-jtern De- having latisf&ct trr evuloQce that L. Emend, ol the city hna county of ' I nn!i . .1 . . i -1 II:. -l - 1 ft aeUv part wita thBemis ot the Slates in the present insurrectionary against the Government, and the uommiasion now in session at the in this city having reported the facts these head-quurters as tbe resnlt of ita deliberations, thje Uior-(ieneTal ommand- hal axecnted and ordered, to be published lollowiog dee!s ot manumission: follow two deeds; declarlcff- by bti- thnrittf Af Invar anri vwwra. in waaalori tnc tk Commanding General, Frank LerrU afil Hi ram need, beretotor held to service or labor from his enemy across Oars Thomas L, Sntead, to be free, and forever discharged from the bonds of servitude, ai tbem full right and authority to have, and control their own labor and service, to tbem may teem proper, without any accountability whatever to said. ThomeA L. Smead, or, any on to claim by, through, or under mm. , ., . t .,.t f A party of secessionists went to the house Judge birch member of the State Con vemion, ft few days since, with the lnten tionvf killing him and bis ton, but they were fired upon aad repulsed.-- Judge Birch came to St Louis, and to-day returned to bis home in Clinton county with arms for tbe Union men of that county. - Life Judge Beyland, late of the Suprera Court, who it la tbe hands of the rebels, ha. been threatened If Capt. slagofiin, lately ten fenced in Lexington to be hanged, it eiecu ted. . ; ,,. : in hn-v A are r KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. LOUISVILLE, Sept. 12. The Senate passed a joint resolution from the House yesterday, directing the Govern or to demand the withdrawal of the Con federate tioops from tb State; 26 to 8. " Senator Cissell to-day offered a joint reso lntioa requesting the Governor to urge upon the Federal and Confederate authorities the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all troops placed by eitner party on Ken tucky soil. This lies over one day. " - J' i Huston to-daf reported a bill to punish re- beclion in tbe State, and it was made the special order for to morrow. - The bill mates felony th waging of war against the United States, enlisting troop fir the Confederates, or inducing any one to do so, or joining or parading with any company with intent to join the Confederates; the invasion of Ken tucky by any citizen as a Confederate soldier, is punishable by death. The act is to go into effect in ten days, and will not be applicable to those who return to their allegiance with in that time, - l . . . . -- ! " FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. The connection between the Pacific At Iron Mountain Railroad was completed to-day. This junction of roads was made by order of Gen. Fremont and It will enable tbe Gov ernment to transport troops and army stores from one section of the State to another without re-sbipment: troops can also be transferred from the tiver without delay of marching through the city. t ' -, It is reported that Capt Boyd, command' ing the secession forces in Buchanan county, marched into .St - Joseph on Saturday last, and plundered the stores of some $40,000 worth of gootu. Tbs latest advice from Paducah, state that an impression prevailed that the enemy would not attack that place. The -circulation of Dubuque Herald has been interdicted in thii county, by order of tne rrovost narshal. ' . Capt Hazard, of the United States Xavy ha arrived. FROM PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12. - Wm. H. Winder, a brother of the rebel General, ia in custody, charged with trea sonable communication with the enemy. He has another brother, a resident of Washing ton and tne owner of the w index xSuiluma thsr, which is occupied by the Pension Bureau. Mr. W. H. rVinder has been the Philadelphia correspondent of the Daily " " a.11 Hi.fiMpra.fl.aye. been taken from FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. firing In the direction of Chain Bridg thi morning; was trom art ill pre nmpttra Two dead bodies were recovered from the iiewinsvuie held by a detaahment of the 19th inaiana regiment to-day. - o further tidings have been heard of Lieut uancoci, who is reported killed. The body not having been found, the presump tion i that he was taken prisoner. A man supposed to be a spy was arrested to-day in the neighborhood of the. Chain snag. ':. . - FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sept. 12. " 1.1. HtG "I I UtUUO went out to her, reports Letter dated Curacca,Aug. 22d, state that the Sumter wa seen off Porto Cabelloon the 14th, wi'h a new prize, supposed to be the bark Theresa, from Maricaibo for Sew York with coffee. On the 15th, a steamer fiying the Ameri- liog, (Jiuieeu me narDor, reporting herself the Key Stone State. The pilot who that she was a new steamer, whereas th Key Stone State is five years old. It is surmised that the vessel as sumed tbe said name for peculiar reasons. FROM MARYLAND. POINT OF ROCKS, Sept. 11. Durgon Daturaay, that the rebels had taken up the entire track of the Baltimore 4 Ohio R. R.from there to North Mountain, a ri;. uwi-e ui nine miies, ana transferred the rail to Winchester for the extension of the Alex andria, Hampshire A Loudon R. R. The tracic torn up wa3, lately re-laid by the com pany. a no:Ai j. q.: .1 1 . .. ' uiuciu a uiwi uie reoeia were taxing f kvo, ci8u ue wcomoiives ior trans portation 10 Winchester. FROM MARYLAND. ROCKVILLE, Sept. 12. . About sixty secession delegates from Mont gomery county, neia a primary meeting here to elect delegates 10 the Baltimore Conven tion to nominate bute officers. The meeting was secret. Resolutions of a strong seces- aiuu cuaracter were passea, It is stated that the secessionis; in thi piace are well armed and have plenty of am munition. r . .. . .- . . -, . - be FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. It is the general opinion here tfat a gener- cugaciucut csnaot d much longer de- "Hk ? aiiUtarT critics h0W8Tw. - Clare that they expect no serious fighting for All was quiet at the Chain Bridge: last night, And the rebels have not shown them selve this morning. ' ' ' - REBELS ARRESTED. BURLINGTON, Iowa, Sept. 12. Mnwnr.- 801118 of whom wer identified aa having served under Mart Green,- were r rrested yes- terday near Salem , 1 Th hTi lVfj ..Chici ZZLJl ... "e8nt; cunnscatea. the wiU list thit that FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Sept, 12. ay, ch. with '2 auu, eniist in uie rebel servic. ' ' ! ' J-Furth.r . .. DIED. STOCKBRIDGE, MASS, Sept. 12. Ex-Govarnor Gea N. BrieW .-h. ... wonnded by he accidental discharge of a died thi A. M. 8 . . . ' . .' . DISTINGUISHED ARRIVALS. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. Montgomery Blair, Quartermaster General of the navy, hava arrived here., .1 -- THE NATIONAL LOAN. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12. of . the loan aroounteojw j j,o,000 to-day. .sJ-L FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. 8cott received a dlv3'ca to-night Bosecrans giving a tew particulars o action with r:oyri, Hs states that tha were driven irom their entrenchment' Uaulty river, rioyus loss severe. small. a- SEIZURE OF ARMS. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 12. There is crest activity shown by the city authorities in seizing concealed arms recently nossesa on of the rtate (raara. uver uu been seized to-day. Several scouting parties for this purpose out to-nipht L.' klU FUNTEB'S MEDICAL IN- riUMAKT " - va.. iiu.iiir.it mil a. eontlnuM at the old l established place, ISO. 17 Mathews' Block -! south side of the fuo lie Sauare, Uleveiand O- caring all that ;oroes ia fact he he onlv reliable phv .ir-.ian 4a Cleveland, seating the following lisiinF, namely Scrofula, cancers, Li jers.Tuuiore, fistula lironchial a J Lang Iiases, Kheu- lu.tiM, tawiMii Seminal u ilivu. Daoullar to Females. Leuconhoem .WhitP AnnnnHtal ms of the Mensee, rainful ..... twin inflammation end j loerBtioB the Uterus or Womb, .Prolapsus or Falling of th V, orub. AU nutates ot tne oiouu " '. entirely removed from the rsto. All anweses of the organs of generation ot maleor female, Of whatever nam or nature, mira ui.u..... thorough ana juaicions manner, jwm -vnArUnM. anil inrpti?s.t ion. jr Low price and quick cures. Recent eases cured In from three to eight days. AUsyphiliti and mercurial tainU entirely removed tram the system ave beeB treated XJ f ... . has , zr, Vr. HDNTER U annntantly curing cases in ai ui r-mn four to eirht wet-kd th; by other physicians from one to three years. Toons; men alHIMed with seminal weakness im.iri anniv tA lip HiuUlt imuitxi la lei y . either i . 1 . .a K. r in person or oy leuer, as nc utm -. His remedies are perfectly safe, and unknown to any other physician in the United States. Fatientaof either MX, living at a distanee, by stath-g their diseafien in writing, givin all the symptuma, can obtain medicine, who directions for Be. by addressing Dr. HI N TLK, ol leve land. Ohio, post paid, and enclosing a fee. jftr Ail tne aoove ai-a-es i,uhi.,vi wPa7. a il .i'mm,iTi icntlnn.3 confident :r1. - 'i FM-m hi axrwrienee and extensive practice, he makes no scruples in asserting that whatever he andertakesln uia spcciamy, " w'i t.th Fiirniiv. No matter how hopeiss may be the case whether from extreme debilily at prostration ot the system, or lronniniiuccesMui i.m.nr of aionitlcs or seLf-.tvled ' M. D.'s" whom many have unfortunately been under, or from tne laise ueiieexy mat many m my i l ipnl. tell me kent then from an curly anplica tion to me. or tile no lea. laiai uicas oi oyercuia ing Ihe disease by the advancement of age, and a strictly moral mind ; for they, one aud all, make the ease worse, and if it is an early one from the cause ot beinz entirely local, it aiticis the entire animal economy, aud then requires GEKV.Bai.as well as local treatment, which Dr. Hunter is happy to be able to say that thorough investigation, and great improvement in the treatment oi private ana ueucaie uueaws m both sexes, of however long duration, yield to his mode of treatment. If the unfortunate value life and liealtn, tnev should be sure and call on a physician of age and experience. SJ-No charge lor advice. The Doctor s office is constantly thronged with natlentn from all Ltarta of the Country. ' Dr. Hunter is thn only sgent iu the Dnited States fin- T)R. VICIIOl.S' 1 "MALE MONTH LY FILLS, the onlv genuine eemale mis in the L'nited States. ' - ... KOTICE TO LADIES. article of medicine, intended for the of Females, that has ever made its appearanoe, has met with such universal success as these cel ebrated riiU. So disease is so little nnderstood, and consequently badir treated as female dis eases. These Pills are the result of much study and careful experience ; in all varieties of re male complaints, and ia all eases of irregulari ties, Suppression, Leucorrhora or Whites, In flammation of the Bladder. Kidneys and Womb and loaa of Nervous Knerirv. their use is above all pra-ae. Among tbe many thousands that have nsed them in all uarts of the Union, none speak ill of tbem, for all like them. They contain no mercury, no iroa, no steel, no deaaly oils. 1 nen use can do bo h.rra, aud when used accord- ing to directions, always do good. N. B Married ladies who have reasons to be here themselves in the family way, should not tue them, as by their acuon in the womb, miscar riage would be the consequence. Price SI per box. Persons sending for Pill will enclose one dollar and two postage stamps. Several persons knowing the etlicaoy ef these rills, nave auvertisea as oeing agent for isr. Vichols' Tills, and selling a worthlesaarticle. The genuine Vichols' Kkxalk Iiama Fills, cannot oe louna at any outer piace in ine u. exceDt at Dr. Hunter's Infirmary, Cleveland. Dr. Hunter has in his possesion numerouscer- oi his services. AJ-Oflice hoars from 8 A W t9P dw1v M. BB. KN A PP. Oottlist, or U .re At Ko. 15T Proe poet street, ClrelftDd. 6. f a nnnciakn k tat trim... i. i - ari , . -a.M.usnisj vt laMPalEIB rkMWTtiB m and Horth. SI.ir-B" r ..axuaa. "AT wovi, and the beet S?h Si V taken DiolomaiB oomfetitraa wttb all other Oculist, at the fiew York BtatTFair. ayse. torhle snaarb Arriflciai Byse, - a. rkaraa ayamlna E. L. SOULE & Co) j TH KSK J VHTL Y C KLEBBATJI Dyspeoaia. . . , . Fool Stomach, wenerai aoJ Wervoe Debllltv, iiiilious ai d hirer Joo plain ta. Costines, Scrotal oas Ho- 2? "f and' .W. f'Hi; of thfni bsmI than any other kind. aB ?" vircuian. tor aaia or K. T fla.lnnl a Benton Brothers, and Strona A Ana W. Palmer. SS!f,?V' au Vhia "d r all Drnesnsts in th. country. Also, at wb. l-aia at isi JlZ Oleveland. Ohio, by n a KiiRRii fien Ageni fcr Ohio, Mkhii Tand Indiana. (V WAWTJfilM WANTED! CAV- oi. ,l,t rc'J'' a "nted on or . " " ' - l- - w. or Jlaiur Unaaml trXtn' a "i oonnded by Ool. Bennett and Tl -,BnI'd" 1 'furnierly of Burdaala ijrwoo") ToloBte-rjwIli b- Bia.tred mto e.rTicruTun,r Planned and tliorou,bly eoulaad j IJtf, seryicalB from taenfy to tMrty days froiidata TurBOUt aatri .fa and lor a.omBauy w "chshaU second to none in the srrico Mseais. gltch. Hajmond A Co. w'U receive re cruits at their office, bo. 6 Hi, ,"it J.PMAW35S ' KecA'riS. $100 BOUNTY!! ABLE-BODIED MEN WANTFi ICr r'lX AJi 1 JSJJ lJ ; I A uui vublitBS BOTTKTT will V.Vl "S-narried man, who .hall ff "la , ur, j,a, miantry, V. 8. Army, lo THBEE YEABS! addliloa tilth, .u.. frea, - """ OKlwr iu ra 813 U 9iS FBB MCTNTU IN MONBT! be ayrointod froa ih, ranks of Ui. Aegt. Tha ahnva . ... - . . .... in mm. k """" "tdisb inducements to en Jtr $'?lu-'1 t kwltn 4a sniereacs to of the Volunteer oi oilier sviie7TV . iaHatiaeat But,1",Pt": to commence from day eaVK.rii 1 1. wii 1 1 . . j. . , 1 . ... .. ... -."immwawiriPBI VO VTBCT11. aotlvw'sL1' K.Pralor, toer- partlculara will ba (ins at th Be- entiUn. efflce oi tot undersigned. JkSKS rrtMXB, : ,.': Oaptaia I5in inl.ntry I!, e. A., Becruiiiuii vmoar. Bandtrrorj, 17s Suiarior strati. CtaTelaod. O. . agil.x,2 w pOLT'SAND OTHJiR BEVOLV- INS Ffssote, ooble and alnvle Fowlina pi-cea. Ammuoilioa aad Sportlog A aanaM In Jrreal ..... - wui.., ji.nina racaa . Hi JjahohX b Run ston. auariyeheaa. for i by WLW.LL 5 (V , ' , Th . vor A at bi SB avaithalr- aw Bjsaav 3 sfTiua-fat. i i'n. 4 ttl Vntario it. ;1 FALL STYLE vr oca t ..... HAIS AND-CAP8!. JCST BKCElYKp It BENEDICT St 301,8. I ..... Alao, a Wkv AaeoetwasiOf ''military' caps thi'' hand "maJa to OTdeeKwT- 1 r " ' ' ' ' ' " 301 Bnrrlor rH ' ;T;tT5'N T I O Nf- 'HUMISTON I CADETS." Tharnntrut fcr CAM tor the "HnmlrSo aare as by sir. Baesietoa. 1 ta. cats will Uava tbair Baaose aa-t Bia.onM 11 th us as eariy ae toaatbU. - A. ! Aid . O., fai MILITARY CAPS XwrA tvasa aa toe most Bsyorabl trma, by n .iu0i.u . .BTAI8 WJ., . sepJ . . Boprl..r at. AfKWf.TYLES CAPS Thi Fall XI Faahlaei tor Oas an raortyad jf ' t-wi-.i .M. STalE CO., N ET STILES HAT3..?,m JUST Bt ' Flf -LES 4 CO At 215 Makblj Block.' REGULATION CAPS. t-;:l i i. -) 1- ! -VOJIFABUtr CPFLIfl ; 5 o: : a.; : 1 AT LOWEST BATII5 8U FA.TIQUE CAPS and all ether atyicB of ' M I LI TAB Y 0 A P 8 made to order oa short aotlca atarOor BKilitias aaabla as to atak 300 ' CAPS PEB "DAY I " : FULLER k CO auU 215 5Ia5.su Bloox. MILITABY CAPS,,. MILITABY CAPS.- Raving treat!' anlargta aor fcollltieB I9C at an n factum of , -.; MILITABY CAPS,",. W an faHT pweaara to Cmlah ' 0OMFAJIIX8, OOTJHTBT CIALSB8, AS D TEA JtESI UW BllalSlf, , -. With every ttyto of Military Case fcoaaajt , , . 1 OFFICES S REOULATION To A Hios Psiyati'i : Fatiguj, At rrieaa that Defy OoacaaUtioBl . "OB ANY OTHEB MAN," "Tkat'b What'b Thi Mattis I" and thev will ks .Buaorior atraat, T raahfOBable atun, oaa. the WaddalL f AE K E DDO WN , Wa hare this day sarisa dowa cava bendrad alacas . ecaia paryaro, to only ISesBta LAWNS worth one shilling, to onlr teeata, LAWNS awrtii ei-htea oanta, tooaa ahiUina. ' LAWS wonk twoatr-tTaeaalB, ao Ul oeata. BPHABlta wortA fcur ainitlaga, to euly tnol,. Iv oanta or ieaa. ... .i f. - FAJICTglLiflatocataBdlaea. . - And all kin of . ' ' ' r' DBE88 GOODS At FaUCM TO CL061 THEH OCTf .-. . i : MOBOA A BOOT-, S MnMA-w '. aadisr, 139 and 141 eVwaoBst, t4aviand, Ohio. Tl i. KENDALL etCu. " BW FALlaSOODa n :1T Opened this morning. ! , ; AKZR1CA3T DELALKia; X IBATBLIHa OBXSS GOODS, j 7 FBIATTS, Aa. AC A beautiful aaaertuuat aw etyiaa - J I B 1 OI I I BIBS will be eyvoea oa TuaaU. ' ". : 1 ' We ahail ooaUaiia to neetn daily, Praas Ooeda. Fait oaawU, Frlou, Hon, at B 0 AoTtoT Aug X. F B. D. KAitALi, A UX. a b m Bar aufi7 0 0 D 8 A T COTTON CASITILIBES;! Two CaVSM 4200 Yaidb,' i TaiBB Tw BhrUitaB, t ' " ' , wfU ba sold after this obia,'' - ' - J. r AT 8IXTEEN CENTS I - aneir .::.-. . wi t.nirrw'a r,n " aiT (a reat Trl.fy, BATTg A BArwww.; WfA B-jP b:'I.O SI 1 is-. -a 3,000 YABD3 LTI2IALATA3, Oheewattltr-BowasfatBrsatOaataawnr , L P. SaasToos. 1 2,500 YABD3OBaANBIE3l , Ohaap at B caala asw eaiile at taJ naajn. - .1. P. 8au WOOD. 5,000 YAED3 GOOD PBINT3, w stria aad FAST OOLOBS-fcr Ss fttftr. , ' I. P. SsnwooD feart Bhililn" l ''.l t ' ' BLEACHED SHIBTINCr - oaarat fa that atf fcw the auaaT. ' ' " ' i . L.P, 8EKfwb03. foai stock r ' . - . ' j , BORKBT BIEBCBB, BCCnJH A FKOWBla, A. vary vary low prkaa. i;.- . 1. P. $HTW00D " ' " - . .. . 'Mrju Oautl-v.) Tw aaa - Or'-VU issbb Utf ayw j&wt I r 17 0 B.il ;8et inaia, . i A wat V-MBS l.lit. N rOOVED SKI5.TS A ana de-lmn-l f ot Hooped I1TM arm ot Ue tnat ssirt maxsra !n tn country. 11 S-7 -'lor aud 136 Bank. OOL KNITTINO YARN- ATEW GOODS! N K W GOOD3II ti Cback Brows and hi" inr e.'uwlB, repineo at . , . l.f sdkavooi)a. LAIN PURPLE i:ILS Ceoicb P CM A LL;'F tG LT, L, J d E PT n B7AI CTot. 'wa ?e ivaias aai ; - : -try nor ttrx. A FULL AND iy 'MPLETE Lijti .? - ly.rlor ftraat. I BALDWINS CO. WILL, altar tnJS date oa la ecnjtaat raoaipa aa FALL"OOOD8. and Vi!i otfsr a oat ait-o.Na aaaortBMBt af aa- tlrabs iaura. vsm .'. t. . . m.-k V4or, - parW Ottouaaa, - 7 "" W ool and la uo Kp, 1 fcwavcotck Bob ftavs. Bal Vainclaa, , . i 5 P . - -v, 1 T-artt (treaaaea, I , Paisiy ol Shawls, BsiUHinl mna, Diamond BKirC. . 1 .in ;.i franca aad It "iwh Flewnals, Rica DM, Trl'nminfa. : Xi. t. B'ftlfWlJlVV. iB8fi,CaTBIa8. !. i t-'"! - il .iJ-iJt . , 1 jaaffi twlata vjaaal taosata fcc tllOBSE - BLANKET ; T 1 ai'j -.ol . j Baoairaa this Aaf si TAILOB, QBliWCiD A OO.I, mSBBarior.an 1SS Baak ala. MHJCH.-JDBX GUODS CLU8ING" i n OUT 1.1 AT 8S1AT BARGAINS ' rzsxjunt i sill oaa, ' An closing cut all kisda af aamaur Oooas at vary gnat rad actios troca foraur yriosa, aad miaay af taasaM .--.: .. "f - - . . t ; BALf THI OOet Qt IMPOSTATIOH. TMBek Orgaadle aad Jaconet 91 ashes, worth tresB K to joc, faaaoaa to jdc fw yarn. Till lliajant n-t ml ' f n f . , to tx-,., isiuco w joe aac yara. -i .1 ...... - t ' Tstl elanaut asvea Bad iHbb IVwaosd tVnips Botea worta troes u to -o mauoea w t a I A ktrs Una4- Olntm frlea, cheat at 3a WakavahoaaioMi . 7 J Lacx Maktillas AJn LAcx Ponnrs : " - - ' -..1 f good gaalltT aad striae, which we wot sail a - St OlIII Ol TBB SOLLAJ. . FITS gUHOKCi) I A KM 8TJPEP.FINE FBENCnCHALLlS to nev-redand ta S seats. OHX BDBDRK0 AID TWIHTT-FITA XAAM SEASONABLE FANCY SILKS, , of elegant styles and quality, worth freai f.H $1. 7ft reduced to suosuta, Wa,nta, TS oaata. a?w mm mm lB., aaeMi'ar ai oa laa nfas-aaaam. - Vmt Gbsat Babqalh. ' VIFTT FATTXSSI BBOCHE ENGLISH BEHAGE21 I WCTrt W-ndoi t lifiblsea 1 PARA80L8 SUN UJIBBISIaLASL Bosnt. ,.v ' 1 V : i tlJXT FATTia-SB JiaCBED FOULABD 8ILXS. ATAAAJOAIS. Ow Thewaaad af tt very beat J BTu8pjuxo Eocr szan ' c 1 1 1 r, -r are areaand to (tn r, , EXTBA BABQAIX3 Fob Thi Nist TmsTt Dats, at TBEEiAN & ALLiLOGOU ; , 21T SwaaiOB 8t. k r-rr? t v a a, ntnaBi. wr-- ieir tOLa AN DT IA1 L'1 fi, t..,a.aI.Dll, ?B-'- r awS us B.ac- ata. WOOL Aeauaai EN KMITiAi JARS tic AJ(1 i -iT" - ' iii:,:.llPm. BAKOALVSl -BAB JAIS3II la ordir tonanr t' abub1 tiui - t S worth n vmttk J tfurcri ln.Btt Hn. 1 taA t Vdrvfarf T aar.w . . . ' lacmwtorrd i.uj:h.ft Urw r Beta, a faTb A W i 'eV K Le tlif - 4 hif irW jBanaf , fUUlr oRr vrtlCMM. ir fitt h w ' h- oarA Low Prioem - am to tssl nia , T lurtriAt lam m OaVfJ Aod gt $om ijVo Bn. , ;rn l-'J WUB IJAitApULSl iVAiiAaOLair. aaaaijif n. raraar-a caa ba aad at am a h.tm Fas o oinTs" BEDDCE!) P B I C E S i A IB frrter tn Ai.. - ,k- h ,. Tk . 1 " win mm lb m GSEATLT RZZZCZ'y, PSICI3. Kl7m,., !f 'ao nT "ww tof- rva a (ooae at Vary iw h Owner irrJ 9." HTTIAB. a- PuNh- Mr,,,,. i raajimr. ewaaaueacaeu'.ue.T ,w n hcrior, tij l BanA Stta.lB. V)h, t't. JftD. KENDALL & CO. CLQASISGS EEC2I7ED TO-DAT. .riata Iiloilo, PALL CLOAKS. luSSf rtlfS L? fhaw' rM,a .... ita , a-r. D B E s a aoaottaveua GOODS H. . K-ynay y. m. MioiIAilY-xBRMD ANDBFT BLACS ewt A-i Jia A HACSXAJIJ.