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PUULtRBKD Bit - K. COWLES & CO., , 144 iMrirn Balldlaaa, Sarlar tit. K. a. I'OWLKS, D. riOE, Kdttara, 'ri'KIDDAT MORMNt, PHPr-. 4, 1S. UNION STATE NOMINATIONS. ob oothnob, DATIO TOD, of aUboolttf. UCVT1KAKT soTEaxoa, J BENJAMIN STANTON, of Login. TBBAacaca, CI VOI.NKT DOKSKY, of Miami. ji'uaa or bcvbinb ciicbt, tfiMiABt SOOTT, of Boiler. KMmouii or TBRisr-BY, JOSEPH H. SILKY, of rreuklia. IBCBJETABV OriTATt, BEXJ. at- COWAN, or Belmont. sia or rum woaict, SOU TORUENCK, of Hamilton. UNION COUNTY NOMINATIONS. roe naTuB. S. P ROBLSON. ' roa nrRisinnin t., K. O. GRISWOLD, r. J. dickian, C H. BABOOl'K. rn UMii. THOHA lrOI.TON, J. M. OOFMNBL'RY. roBreoucvTiRd ArroBNrr, BVsUiNELI. WlllTat. roa Twunii. H. 8. TUITTt.K!KT. roB BICOaMB, JAMES BROKENsniatE. FOB COBOSF.B, B.C. HOPKINS. FOB OOBltlmSlONF.B, DAVID HOKGK. The National Loan. The books are now opened in Cleveland subscription to the National loan, Mr. H. Hurl but having been appointed agent for thie city and Ticinity. We have before urged upon our reeden the advantages of thia loan to the pockets of its holders, and endeavored ti olace before them the claims whi-h their country hat spun them for aid in its work putting dowa the great rebellion that is at tacking iti very existence. The provisions of the loan are tet forth in the card of Hnribnt in anotjer column. The notes jor the inmt of $50, $100, and $500 each, tor convenience of eubecr'ber. They made payable in three years from the 19th August last, with 1 310 interest, payable semi-annually. To each note are attached coupons eipreaaintj the amount of Interest dut at each semi-annual payment, which coupon may be detached from the notes, and will be honored upon presentation the holder. It n.ust be borne in mind ' these notes are not taxable, a Tery important Item, which will be duly appreciated in these rar time. Tbe rate of interest is in liberal, and when coupled with the exemption tram taxation, exceedingly so. The interest it easy of computation, being one cent " day for each $50 note, two cent for each and so on. Each holder, however illiter ate be may be, cau therefore have no diffi culty in determining the amount due him. No time should be lost in securing an invest ment in thu ttock, as subscriptions can received by Mr. Hurlbut only during filteen days from Monday, September 23d. Subscriptions of any sum less than must be made at one payment; if more $100, one tenth may be paid at the time anbsrribinir. and one third of the while : amount every twentieth day thereafter the whole be paid. As paper currency not recognized by the United States, payments must be made in gold orsilver. Aside from these questions of pecuniary profit, our raiders should bea. in mind objects for which this loan it raised. It to uphold our government, to put down to demonstrate to the world the American ration is not doomed to disas trcut ruin. It is to show to foreign nations that our people are, nady to sustain the Gov ernment which bas sustained them: tbey recognize the righteousness of cause in which we are now engaged, "will never rest until honorable peace is to us, and our grand and glorious Start and Stripes once more float over every foot of American rLL Oar Government will innre continued blessings and protec tion to it whole people, if that people thow themselves worthy of such protection. But to do thia, and to sustain it honor power, it needs not only the good will the people but their material aid. To call, the East hat responded nobly. Mooted institutions have lad down their offerings by the tide of the widow's mite, and millionaire and the bard working mechanic have alike testified their confidence in country by securing an interest in ibis loan. Now let the West come forth and do thara. . They Decline. -Hon. B. P. Ranney, who was nominated on Saturday last by the white-feather Con . vention for Judge, publishes a card uncon ditionally declining the nomination. . J. Strong, of Olmstead Falls, who saw by evening'l Liadib that be had piaced upon the. County Central Committee, alto declines the honor, at he has enlisted under the banner of Tod and victory. . Good tor them, and bad for the party hacks who thus being deserted. i Upon the lecond WedncsJay of October will be impossible to find a man in Cuyaho ga county who was ever npon that ticket. Gen. Fremont. Tb Missouri Democrat, in describing "Dedication of Camp Benton," says: At the raiting of the flag, tbe infantry caralry were drilled before Gen. Fremont, who rode up and down, a studious observer of erery movement, heariag the orders given and carefully ttudying the skill acquired tbe men la carrying out all directions ingoing through the maneuvers ofathor-onga-jdriU. - .Hit splendid military on horseback excited tbe aduira- ' tioa of tbe multitude of spectators, aad dur ' lng the two hours of his presence on grounds, he was tbe object of general atten - ; tion, more than all the many other inlereat- ' ing features of tbe entertainment. . Lira is Racim. A correspondent of Providence Evening Press, Writing from Wit., gives a description of the place . a paragraph, as tallows: Heaven deliver me from a rt sidence JUcine. Once in a year it will do to look . at. It is fun to see the race for dinner. aarthly interests fail 1n comparison to ! - feeding call. They must be prosperous peo ple. Heaven helps them who help them serves, and oh, bow they help themselves - food. . ; j - Washington dispatch to tbe Cincinnati Commercial says Gen. Fremont is to go . Wsshiagton himself and iave an trader-.-tA&din; with the Government. ; Gen. Fremont. The Constitution and Its Relations to the War. land to B. Mr. are axe of by that itself per $100 he $100 than of until w the the it re bellion, that that the and re stored will and of its the her H. Sat arday been are it the and by and ap pearance tbe the Ra cine, in in All the to - to Em. LeaBb. Thesa are plain, rough timet, and the humblest Individual in th hu a staka in their rugged issues, equal that of Hr. Lincoln. It matter mowing, i tow, who elected the Preaidenl; but much how he governs. Hii patriotism, and mt of hit policy, are above question; and It it A rretty sate role in these times, that the cit izen who most seelouslv sustains the Presi dent blt semi his country. The danger is In carrying this rule too far, and when that functionary ii dearly misUien, the lnaivia- nal U not to be charged with malting war upon bim, who candidly treaU of his asts in decent language, and for sr good purpose This war U a very practical mutter, and . . i j . a :- j .-.-j. nobody can hhiuhuhiiiu UcuuU. . .i j , ,. The means of meeUng those demands lie in profusion about os, and we caanot lau to grasp them, unless we permit tbamt and tne -u- . i .k.. m Mma htHt nt and their USft. I said that the action of the President, in the Instance referred to, indicated that this to be conducted on the narrow line war wail of the Constitution and acU of Congress. 1 wish now to refer to those agencies at means of dealing with this rebellion. Mr. Davit commits treason, and is to be (Wit with Constitutionallv for it will never do to violate that instrument to. secure hit puutshment, He bad better escape, that sacred parchment should come to harm-1 Cnder it a capias can be sworn out, and a M1..1 . him. k n h. imlirtd ai - and tried in the District where the oflence it committed, c. au very explicit. pun .nintr for thm cnnstitnlional functionaries, a the Judge has xesigned, the Marshal - - command ot the grand jury, in arms agaiusi the Government, and the entire District Has broken boldly out of the Conatitmion, and set, its whole machinery atdefiance. It U a bad ttata of thug. Return aga to the text of the Constitution, and tpell throueh its provisiont in vain for any au- thority to deal with it. Toil through tbe eleven dreary volumes of the United States statutes, and yen find a narrow provision for ths case of an insurrection in a State ; but when a State, as a State, bolt for all practi- i nnmneHi nnaid of the Constitution, there ' is no regal remedy. ; - Onexamirung further, it is found mac tue Constitution is based on the idea that the States will remain in the discharge of their . , . ..il. fnncuons within the ConsUtut.on and hence it would not, and could not provide tor tne case that bas arisen. Nor can Congress within the scod of its coustitntional powers, , ... . , ... rv...;ti legislate upon such a case, for the Censtitu- tioa confers upon it bow bo power.; - The rebel States, then, having practically, of m Constitution, and carried , , , o. . j . , u-. their entire State and governmental machine- ry with them, must be followed out, fooeht with, and overcome by meaas lying outndt of that mitnmenU Men may stand . . . ,. . iu nun i,ia r i l uiii snnv ineir m iu nmiiu, asd raise tbeir foolish voices, and cry azainst its violation, but unless they can coax these bloody rebels back, to be hone constitu .... j .... uonauy, uiey niu. gu uy m .s auu, ui.. them or coax them back, or be content to them go unhung. Indeed, nearly all the effective ttepa far taken by the Government In this nave oeeu oua.uo . u vm....uuu , like everytbing else, it it most euicient wnen under tbe least restraint Under tbe law. a man can only be arrested on due process; the Government arrest withont process, ".and holds its prisoners , . . . I anitA nf tKa nrrw. nf the lew. loaned hV -1" - - r 1 w courts for their discbarge. Under the Con stitution, a libelous newspaper can only prosecuted at law the President suppresta them ; and if their editors grumble, they Tery properly suppressed also. A great city becomes obnoxious; its Gov- ernment is abolished, its officials Imprisoned, aad its citi-ens overawed by cannon planted in it streets. The entire Government of a great and pow erful State has been set aside at the commas of a subordinate military commander, . Nay, the sea coast of one half the Confederacy been blockaded and put under the guns our nary at the mere word ot the President, Cromwell got rid of the long Parliament by means not wholly constitutional. first Napoleon did not use u doe process law" for the dispersion of the council of hundred.' -And Mr. Lincoln by 'neaas more legal, has just relieved the Sta'e Maryland of a traitorous Legislature, by its members, and packing them off one of his strong fortresses. - Each and all of these extraordinary were of lb utmost importance, and them the President will receive the gratitude of a country preserved by them, bnt they scarcely entitle him to be called the preserv er of the Constitution, for in, that he found no shadow of authority for any of them. These matters furnish subjects for gravest consideration of our ptop'a and ii ii time they educate themselves reference to them, so as to be equal to occasion so rudely thrust npon them. Tbey maybe obliged tochooe,and compel their gov ernment to choose between the Constitution and country, fcr an ordeal may be npon us fearful, that both cannot be preserved. have seen that the principal means that be used, and the most efficient that have been employed are not found in the provisions that fundamental law. They are not prohibited by it, but lie outside of It would be small glory to the Executive, and less consolation to the people, if in final ruin that may overtake us, the Consti tution should alone escape, while everything else was sacrificed in the effort for it preser vation. ' ' ' v If some grand ship, freighted with precious things, should be borae by tides and winds beyond the reach of the chart, and in struction! by which it was navigated, would little appUud its commander, who, in still adhering to the letter of hi instruc tions, should wreck his vessel, even though be should preserve his chart ; . , Our Constitution, priceless as it is in debted to it as we are, was nevertheless made by men; and a popular breath from a Na tional Convention can dissolve K. And our adherence to it text, in tbe least, endan gers the country, it had better at once rolled up and laid away. This country is the growth of over two centuries, under a rare combination of favor ing circumstances, that may never be looked for again; and all things under the heavens and on the earth, must be subordinated to preaervatiotu Any aad all agencies within our grasp, t can best subserve this pur pose, must at once, without doubt or hesita tion, be aatied and used to the utmost ayarfare. , And wheft we m in lbe prui possession 0f the whole country, we w;m thii tingle result, without ths least reference ta the Constitution, or anythimr else, save B,nerJly recoenized roles of civiliwd 1Drea(j tj.e Constitution once more ovrr it; and If that does not then fit it, Tinder the ohangod state oC things, we will make it do A. G. R. Late War Items. (Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.) INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 22. I . I to i l I I I I The following is a dispatch received by Got. Morton from Qen. Anderson, dated Lou- i.ville. Saturday afternoon : "Information bas just readied ns mat uuca- ner is appro&cning witlt about 7,000 men ; 1.200 cavalry, and II pieces of artillery. The road has been repaired and tbey are pro- huhlf it Kliz&bethtawa. The men are said - . ; ,. . be fine looking and well armed. My in- ' jtemphis. Send me all the assistance yon can." Upon receipt of the above dispatch, (Jor u.;.. :.;.j .1.. ti.!..- :,h n0;. m,n C.n tTarriann' ta I-nuiaville. and the xhiKy - firtt Ool. Scott, to Kvansville. Thia was all that the transportation facilities could afford last night. The lemn, uot. r.' after! anson, was sent to bou'tviiie noon, and another regiment follows to-mor row. FRANKFORT, Sept. 22. l I 1 i I I I I n I I We have reliable accounts of a fight at Barboursville, between three hundred rebel Talry and the uome uuara.ot nox couu- k'iileda two Home Guards taken prisoners, and one 0f tjjem afterwards shot by the reb- els. Home Guards caa fight very effectively iu that wild country against cavalry. Secession members of tbe Legislature are Xn7ing ,Q Bnmber, by private conveyance!. The legislature will soon . oe. composed ex elusive! y of Uoioa members. . . Hm h. 1 wU Bb( (Jea (jnae,).,.. , Buckner'a proclamation U looked upon with utter con tempt, and the people declare that nothing -Jf:- U in Q , ith . hundred men. and intends cotting his way into Tennessee. The advance post of the rebels on the Lou- isville SashviUe '.Railroad is Munforis- nlle. , .' i ' -i t [Special Dispatches to Cincinnati Commercial.] COLUMBUS, Sept. 22. on . out - let thus The Kentucky rebels,- Morehead, Dorr-el I and Barr, arrived fast night, in charge of I detachment of the-. 19lh United States In- I Fnt99 Thev Imva honi lA.mnrm at B A dVatmadLn Fort LafaveOe. . Gibson's 49th Iufantry was ordered I from Camp Chase to Kentucky on Friday sight. ' . ', : r ivasccciiu prisoners arnveu irum ueucnu ,g Western Vi i there are about 120 prisoners now at Camp j Chase. ' 1 Si new regiment in camp, in Ohio, were I fullv armed and equipped last week, namely, u dman., Nor! Iton 31sL Walkers; 33d, Sills; and 36th, I Yandeveer'a. Four more will be armed this week, wis: 17th, McConnell's; 20th, Whit Itleseys: 38 in, Bradley's, and 44th, Wilson's th M .o",. The uth, lih, 18th, 19th and 22d regi I ments are nearly ready for armament. Re- cmiting Is progressing fiasly for other Ohio Iresimeats op to th 67th.. Tbe 1st Ohio i . . Cavalry, Col. Ransom, are well and in active drill at Camp Chase, Four companies I this regimen tare now in tbe field. 1 Adjt Gen- Buckingham is iu Cincinnati I to-dny to meet Gen. Mitchell. Kuat of troops now organizing in state, will be immediately concentrated Camp Dennisou, which it is Gen. Mitchell's determination to have fully occupied. Louisville Journalisms. in - the be are d has A 8ece3sion in the lower part of state boasts that he' has at least as much I courage as we have. No doubt he bas more. We hope we have enough courage to attack a treneh, but he has enough to attack trcacher. T !a m:A 41.-, TaAP Tlumun. Il,...la Dn I i mmu hib .uuiutmM luwaw swu I A V A . , : c. T I uj uc uusiKim iu i. uvuib. , 11 o nvumi whether he expects to be quartered there ter the lasbion in which he threatens to quar ter other people after hanging and drawing tnemT Shall this day" close and the Sabbath withont our having prepared for tb is great exigency by an organisation embracing whole male population ot liouisvtilei never performed a day of military service our lives, but we will be among the Brat the citizen soldiery enrolling themselves the conflict-.- If there is a man among willing to survive the conquest of Louis ville, God knows he is not fit to survive foraai21(. A Question of Law. The of five no of ar resting to acts for the in the so We can of di rectly it a .'The New York Post propounds the follow ing important legal question: ; . - Fremont having once proclaimed marshal law in Missouri, as it is admitted he had right to do, and having also, by his powers as military enter, and under tbe construction of ths law of natiors given by John Quincy Adams in his speech in 1S42, liberated slaves of rebels, can his act be. annulled himself, ot even modified by any other au thority? In other words, can men once de clared free be again reduced to slavery by any color of law? .The question Is profoundly interesting, as it effects the condition of the slaves of rebel owners now within military jurisdiction of Gen. Fremont The Louisville' Journal hails the action the Legislature in ordering the Confederates out of the 8tate and authorizing Gen. An derson to take the defense of the State kand;ths: X.A A ' .- ( . Well, thank God, we at last have weighed anchor, and set out for tbe haven of safety and of honor. Now, let all possible sail spread, and the noble ship of state be driven into the lim-s of her Insolent foe with whole .might of the valor aad devotion her true men. Gov. Dennison has obtained authority muster one Lieutenant on the commencement of the organization of a company. The order bas the effect to constitute such Lieutenant a recruiting officer. It will expedite enlist ing. . Be is also endeavoring to procure Col onels for new Ohio regiments from the regular army. ;."' ' .- Items. all we if be its for The number of infantry regiments now authorized in Ohio is fifty-six ; there ere active service, twenty-three ; in camps, com plete, ten ; in camps, nearly full, seventeen in process of organisation for camp, six. It is stated that Gen. McClellan is not yet thirty-five; Gen. Fremont is under forty- eight; Gen. Lyon was about forty-four; Gen. Butler is forty three ; Gen. Banks forty-four, and Gen. McDowell is about forty. ' : ' , ' . At Princeton College four Union students thrust a secession classmate under a pumD and pumped his rebellion out They were dismiss d by the Faculty, after which the rest of their class passed resolutions com mending them, tad then drew the dismissed itudents through the streets of Princeton o a barouche, enveloped by the Stars and Stripes, to the depot Tbe students of the Seminary asd a large number of the citizens joined in the procession. An excellent band was in attenance. riags were noatiog all along the streets, Union-loving citizens were cheered, and sympathizers with the "peculiar institution'' groaned. In view of the conticrencv of the closing the Potomac, Government ha very wisely ordered another railroad track; to be laid be tween Washington, and Baltimore, so that no oeiay neea be occasioned in tbe transporta tion of troops, munitions of war, tc ' TELEGRAPHIC. Release of Ross Winans. RAISING LOYAL REGIMENTS IN MARYLAND. NY LAM). FREMONT NOT TO BE REMOVED. MOVED. THE PRESIDENT SAYS SO. Russell Writes Another Letter. ter- He Says McClellan is Becoming Master of the Situation. THE KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON. The Surrender of Lexington Disbelieved at Jefferson City. OTHER ACCOUNTS REPORT MULLIGAN'S FORCE RELEASED ON PAROLE. The St. Louis Evening News Suppressed. ARMY APPOINTMENTS AT WASHINGTON. TON. BALLS CROSS ROADS BURNED BY THE REBELS. Last Night's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. I a , Special to the Post- Ross Winans, of Baltimore, has been re leased from imprisonment Re will imme diately return from Fort Monies to his home in Baltimore. It is understood tnat ne nas taken tbe oath of allegiance. Washiaetoo re nor it asserts that tne enum erated accounts of the strength of the rebel army are manufactured by the contract job- bers, and their agenu in this city, in oraer to further their owu purposes. The Treasury Department is still actively engaged in tbe preparation ot tbe treasury netes. Large amounts b ive been sent to tne Western States, where they enter at once into the home circulation, and are eagerly taken od. i. i i The loyal men of Maryland are doidg'lbeir for lbe support of tbe Government Two full regiments of excellent troops have already been raised in that State, and a third is forming. Quartermaster ueneral lleigs is in rnua- delphia transacting important business rela ting to contracts for army supplies Secretary Cameron will return to tbe City to-morrow. ' " Tne War Department has no confirmation of the surrender of tbe Federal forces under Col. Mulliean at Lexington. . - There is. no truth in the report that Gen. Fremont is to be removed. The President especially contradicted the rumor. FOREIGN ST. JOHNS, N. F., Sept. 23. of the at the a af - meeting the Great Eastern putting back Liverpool in a damaged state. The London Times editorially ridicules toe Passport system or tne u nueo otates, ana ajs it will not secure the desired ends. The only complaint England has to make in the matter is in regard to tbe discourtesy to Lord Lyons in leaving him to learn of the new arraignment from the newspapers. . Movements were making ot troops prepar atory to their embarkation fer Canada. Dr. Russell in another letter to the London Times on American affairs says General McClellan is rapid'y becoming master of the s tuation and that the movements of the Federalists by water both on the seaboard and down the Mississippi river must greatly embarrass tbe South. It was stated that the City of New York took 55 cases of rifles for the Southern army, but tbe agents of tbe line denied all krtowl I , , . 1 -1 OfJ rfQ QJ any iUl JUieil l CUUuaUBUU Ul W . I . . ... . . . . r It is confirmed that our minister at Brus sels had visited Garibaldi to offer him a com mission in the army. The Dewrett re grets that it cannot give a denial to the ru mor ot acceptance ot the otler by uariDaiui SPAIN. tbe we in ot for us it a The news in the Ancle-Franco expedition to Mexico. The stock of cotton in pert is estimated 868,000 bales, of which 521,500 are Ameri can. Richardson & Son, S. Bigland, Altheya, and Wakefield, Nash k Co., report provis ions eenerallv dull: beef steady; port, quiet, but steady; bacon still declining, and hold ers pressing stocks on the market; cheese declined 2f4s; lard firmer sales at 48 52s. Refined qualities have improved most Sugar steady; coffee firmer; rice eligUily higher; Carolina at 2328s. Linseed oil tends upwards. London Markets Baring k Bro's reports wheat advanced; sales of American at 53(Vj; 4, Flour at 2C.29. Tea firmer; eommon Congo at lid. - Coffee firm and unchanged. LATEST VIA QUEENSTOWN. all ths of in be the of to Liverpool 14 P. U. Sales of cotton to day are 15,000 bales, ot which 8000 were for speculators and exporters. Tbe market closed firm at rates reported yes'erday, Breadstuffs quiet but steady. Provisions dull. Consolt closed at 93j93Jfbr money. 111. Cen. shares at 39 and 39 at discount; Erie 21J22J. Advices from Manchester are unfavorable. Markets dull. Prices for both goods and yarns tended downward. Liverpool breadstuffs market quiet but stesdy, except for corn, which have a down ward tendency. Richardson, Spence k Co., and Wakefield k Nash report flour dull and unchanged Sales of American at Z4(o;JUS. Wheat quiet but steady. Red western 10s3dlls 9d; red southern 12s12s6d; white western 12s; white southern 13i13s 6t Corn tending downwa d. Mixed 30s 6d 31s Id: white 33(X363. Eavbi, 12th. Cotton; sales of week 12.- 000 bales acv Orleans tres ordinaire 121': bas I14f. Prices unchanged, but the mar- ket has an upward tendency. Stock is 222,. 000. FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 23. in ; is General Prentiss' dispatch announcing the surrender of Col. Mulligan at Lexington, states that the Federal loss is thirty-seven killed, and one hundred and forty wounded The rebel loss is supposed to be abont eight hundred killed and wonnded. The reported fight between the rebels and Gen. Lane's Brigade, near Blue Mills, is dis credited here, Lane being some distance east t that point at last accounts, moving to wards Lexington. The accounts of the battle of Blue Kills, forwarded last night, was derived from offi cial dispatches written on the spot, and can th-'refore be relied npon. CcU Smith's command was to leave Blue Mills for St. Joseph the day after the battle. ARMS FOR MISSOURI. NEW YORK, Sept. 23. A distinguished citizen ot Missouri has just provided for the State of Misseuri 3000 muskets and 4,000 equipments, to be sent at once from New York to Missouri by the most expeditious railroad route. The Presi dent and Cabinet gave the order on Friday, and tbe arms will be on their way by to morrow. v - FIRE. ELGIN, Ill., Sept. 23. C. C Thier's warehouse was destroyed by fire last night with abont 6000 bushels grain. Lost $105,000; partly Insured. Supposed to be the work of an incendiary. FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 23. Chat. G. Ramsay, proprietor of tbe Even, log Newt, wit arrested thia afternoon by order of tbe Provost Marshal, and taken to neaatuftnera jor examination. 11 it offence was publishing an editorial article to-day, entithd "Kali of Lexington," reflecting its onier irrma upon tne campaign and the military authorities in the Department of the W eat His paper was suppressed, all rnanuscrips in the office eeir.f d, and the build ing it now m me possession or the Provost Guard. The name of she author of the ar ticle was divulged, and it -1s thought that tne publication ol I he paper will he allowed t continue. . . . - FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. following have been appointed Briga dier Generals of Volunteers:. Jobn B. 8. Todd, of Dacotah. late Captain 6th Infantry, Quarter Master Vna Vleit, assigned duty us chief Quarter Master of the Potomac, also Mujor Barnard, Jobn Newton, and Winfiuld Hancock. General McClellan reviewed McDowell's brigade to-day and was everywhere enthusi astically received. Orders were being issued forbidding all civilians, officers or privates not on duty, from visiting outposts ot tbe armv, lbe rebels burnt .-all s Cross Roads to-duy, While burning a large rebel force appeared at ui.ton s mil a mile and a halt distant The cantract for supplying the Navy De partment with stationery hua bee.i awarded to Phillipt and Solomont of thin city. Tbe national last dty will be eenerallr ooervea nere, The War Department bas authorized tb rai-ing of a cavalry regiment in Oregon. FROM MISSOURI. JEFFERSON CITY, Sept. 22. i I i I having been a prisoner in Lexington, bat re suare I leased, says Col. Mulligan told bim lastTues- Special to St Louis Republican: Nothing bas been received here corrobora tory ot toe report of tbe surrender t Lex- tegtoi, and many hers dubeuevs it totally. Dr. xlucbes. who left bis home. 45 mile horn Lexington, on Saturday night, and I is a near neighbor ot Capt. Magoffin, captur ed by CoU .Marshall and taken to Lexington about two weeks since, and who has two sens in the rebel army declares that if the city had surrendered on Friday Magoffin's family must nave Heard ot it, and he nimaell apprised of th fact :. - : . - H is supposed, u Lexington bas surren- dered, ucs aqd hti army will move down the river, and nnless checked or detested, will attack Booneville and then Jefferson City '' -'' ' " 1 ' I Jurfeie Field, who arrived here yesterday, I day evening that he could hold out under any circumstances five or six days.. j This city is quiet, and no fears are enter- tained or tne reeeis, wnatever tnetr torce. FROM CHICAGO. CHICAGO, Sept. 23. A special dispatch this evening from Quincy to the Joaraal, says that Col. Mulli gan's command have been released on pa role, and will be there this evening, and re main nntil Gen. Fremont's orders are received..- ,.- ! -I-.!'-.- --.'. -ill BURNED. LACON, Ill., Sept. 23. Graves t Co's. distillery was destroyed fire last night" Loss $305; insured. to at Coal ANTHRACITE COAL. -A. ; 100 Tons Genuine tiEiiaH,' , NOW IN TRAK8IT, TOU SALI.'t o'aEBIT Bt - CORDON, McMILLAn A Co ' wpl4:S!3 TWENTY HUNDRED TO THE X "ON. 1 bive ob bend a- d receiving daily Cblpsewa uoai, niinen exrn-Biiy nr la-niiy o-e. W. W. CBAWrOBP, Offire and Yard, foot of Seneca Blreet Bridge. N TEW COAL URD. On Canal, Foot of Seneca Street, Clou by Bndve. W. W. CKtwroKD h.a oBned thii lard tbe tale of Chtppe ,, Briar Hill, Mineral Uidge and Lebtgh uiiau, which wt I 0- de'lvred In quan titi.B toeuit Burchaeere at kiw aican be boaght ihie citr. Particular attenttoB p-tld to Bopplytng CoM ivuuy bb; an o.ir.ce-1 tn rough ine r. u. ,(! 171, will te promptly attendfd to. Fr the accommodat on of people living up towi:, Air. Crawford hue mide arraun.mentewith ftltie-r Mould A H gan. corner of ftucliil struei rd l utihe Bqaare, to reeidveordere, which will be attended ae laorgn mej were leu at tne Uual umce. M-pt. 3 ?61. lUUli I COKH, ! I COKK I I I W J H. WALLACE A SON AUK NOW MANU FACTURING (Joke from the pure 11AM JlcJtU'S- VILLB ttuip Tela GOAL, which ie enjurior t? any ether Coke lu the market. We can fornieb ttimoniala front nnuroui mennfactnrera who mw uing it, aad who apeak of tta oaaraeter In hisheat terms. A'.eo, a constant anpply ot Rammondavftle Strip Tain UMlTHlJiG OOAL; and aleo lor Uomedtle purposes. - being located Immediately oa the line ol the Llt-v. land A Pittsbureh ftailreiul, we can ship with pavoa to any part v tite oiate. vmers eoucib-c. W. II. WALLACE A B Jjl, MaaiBMioi-sriMe Jr Sc-raon Jo., O. Jn.l.lA. tebl:U !. giitetisftxfats. H. 0. D E M I N G, WITH JOHN BOTCfi SON, PS 02 UCS COMMISSI N XER CM A NTS, 63 FZABL 8T '' , ,Hw York. MTProMrtr coDsitmed f the cue of MeMn. Botcs afcSoo, bf my Yt attorn rhndi, will rewire fronpitoiioa. n. v. vn.m knit. Be fer to "Ocoaa Bank" and BusioeM Men general in new i or mar7: U JJILL, ANTHONY 4 CO., ' i b i sail Psobugi Commission Mx&ohants. I a Water St ,.Nw Tork. Bill S. T. ASVBOBT, ' I. . w. awaa Prompt attention given ale ot BlitlE, C8EKSI, SlDH and other Produce lackett. Belcher A Oo., New Tork', Messrs. Aicut2 A a jrton, 8. Kaynond A Oo., AVlwarda A Iddlug ana nagneaw umiw, iOTesaia. bTl-N HLLAPT sarMewrlA (Bptttfi. S. MALTBYS OYSTEK Di POT (Late Holt ft Maltbv'i). 0LDBAT0 " WILL JSJS KEUJl VA U JJJLILX From hit eotablishment in IUl t .more nt np rjin stnrl u arrtin uh! li"e-h land uood. or ni is.la. Alto bimjtiutlty fesfjd Oyntar, Lobnters, Clams, Spice ujtieraL, ua oaraiuea, mtipi coaiwauj hiinri ttalUmore, Kw Tork and frinceM By Bhcll OyBter-t win borccBlTed aallF oy k.iprj. , M" Crackers tor aale by the barrel W. W.JA1MS, Agent. 209 Soperior itract, CloyUud, O, ysieeb' , 0 T 8 T E B I , WE AR DAILY RECEIVING Iti DAKS AND KEUH, tbe orli-brated XXTRA FA1RHAVEN PLANT OYSTERS direct from the Bouse of laula-'r A "allorr. and which we warrentbliPrttlOH IS MlZEaod delica cy of Savor to anr Oysters sold 1 1 this ai.rk-t, and are roasy to snpp'y c mntry dealers at M s.r Prices. We aro also to receipt ami ol trioee -eoowned BALTIMORK OYSTERS. which erqtiired such an uiebl reentatlon in thii markpt la t MaKii. Three 4ytere are tak-n from beoe that nve vot bern diatnrbed torflTe rearm, are niMqaaled intiie, and warranted to keep ion tter thtn ant yitf re brought irom Haiti more. fcbell (yCre end Came by tbe Barrel, Picklnl opice and Uovo Oyster. LotM-en, talmoo, 8ardin a, tta - 4. U. tfe A. S. GOBH A M, SepL l&kM KM Sapanor etrret. f SO frOO MONEY ADVANCED, VuU,WU In rums to tnlt-at the oM etaaj - v i n .li-j-.i vj B-.ii mi in ora etaao aad well knows WAGNXR'8 Ol Flctt on securltifa oi every kiuuiTui: vrr www. naruware. Wiia ana rr kind. Illver Plate,Watchea. Diamoads, jewelry, Frre-erma, tilothtnff, rarniture, e,jarpeu, Pianos, M irrors, Painu Bi Bga, eeoera) Mereaaadie, and Perecnai Propersj nd articles ot valne. ob the Biostaatufertorv (nrm. SaiaasB sti a-ily private. Betablistud ieai. Wataff FMrfewe-ry turtiifl si uerseina. W It. W Attti SB, tHo Ko. A Water rt Corner br. eerier street. aa -' A. D.ra a (Vl OtoabiBA Btoraj aovll by I the for in for l to are the die. my in cm up i A B L K LINENS, IN ALL WIDTHS BLIAOaiD AID BROWN, : -.w Ihieatr netivsa, at I. . P. CHIBWOOO'H. BfP23 42 Superior etrmt. K CASES, FIRST QUALITY, MEBUIMAC PRINTS, Ju4 reci?d vt r . . p. BHinwooirs, M2 Bapfjrior atrqet. icr3 T) IBBON8, T AIM M IN QH, MILLINERY GOOD8, , ' . , Opening at 1. P. R HER -V COD'S Mtp23 242 Mtperlor etrfet. M A R K ED DOWNI Wa have thii day marked down one hundred pieces OHD1CB OHALLl VeLAINKS. heretofore told at 2fi rente per yard, to only 16 cents LAWNS worth one ihilllng, to only Scenti. LA WS8 wortk elfhteeu eesta, toon hilllag. , LA W NS wank twoutj-nre cenu, to IS eenta. BICBAUKB worth four hillings, to only twenty- five oente or leea. . FA NUT BlLsTS'at ant aad leas. , ; , t And all klnda of , DRESS GO O D S AT PBI0IS TO CLOSE THEM OCT I MORGAN BOOT, 2 :h superior elreel. and 137, 139 and 141 Boncaet , Q I.I DVIIK. , i e-veland, Onle. aoilT Re KENDALL & Co., " ' ' HtW FALL GOODS Opened thia morninf.' ' -i ' AMERICAN DELA.INE3, TBAVIHSQ DUKaa COOUS, : - PBIHTS, AO., AU. A beaatiftl aaiortmeDt new stylre ,y .1 M BB01DKBII8 will be oeenait on Tneeday. . . We .bail ocatiBae to reeeive deliy. Dreee Oaodi, IaU Shawla. VrinU, Don--et Jiibboiii. Ac Ac. Aug Q.OOD8 AT W A B P R I UK 8f 3,000 YARDS HIMALAYAS, Cheap at lvt now selling tor Big lit Genu pur re .. : n ,I.'P;'8hibwoob. 2,500 YARDS ORGANDIES, Oaaai at Id asata bow eelllnf at I3K eenta. - I. P. 8birwoot. ' 5,000 YARDS GOOD PRINTS, aw styles aad VAST OOLCKH for So tar yard. L P. BfffSWOOD. Tea kest Bhllllii - . - . BLEACHED SHIRTING ever osknd la thia City aw Us money, . i. - . ir-pt Rhibvood. I il! " - e - A goed stook of - ' -.' BOH SIT BIBBONS, BU0HK9 A FIiOWIBJ, Act. at tery very low prices. LP. SHERWOOD. - 242 Stjpibior St. m.yTrUw fFormerlv Sherwood AOaklnv.y UMMER DRY , GOODS CLOSING OUT AT Q.REAT BARGAINS FSIEMAN t KELLOQQ, Are closing cut all kinds ot Bammar Goods at very great rednctioa from formes- prtoea, ant maay afthemat HALF THI OOeJT OF IMPttBTATION. French Organdie and Jaconet Muslim, wortk tfOB . Kit to 7ic, reUnced to 26c per yard. Tery elegant Silk and Wool Berages, worth from HH to aio, reduced to 2ae per ymr-u Vary elegant seven and niae Flounced Berage Kobe worth from S12 to Sa reduced to Se each. A large line - Chinta Prlnts-oheaa at eaal anoea to u oania. . Wa have about a dozea Laos Mantillas and Laci Poihti a good quality aad styles, which we will sell at ' 60 CENTS oa THE sollajl , FITE HUNDRKD IABS8 SUPERFINE FRENCH CHALLIS , worth 5 to lie. radaoed te IS osbib. CUE BPNUBCI ANB TWENTI-FIVB I ABM SEASONABLE FANCY SILKS, Ot t lee;a.nt etylo and qonllty, worth from fl.OO to $1.76 r,ni.i to it oriute, fiOoenta, t oenu, 87 ceitts and 51 ,". TiiMt Goods are m tue beet grade and latest sty it, und are Vibt GaiAT Babqaut. . . JTIaTTT FATTSHivB , BROCHE ENGLISH BERAG8' worth 17, redrjoed to tighten petica. ' PARASOLS ANT " " ' ' ' SUN UMBRELLAS, Bednoed V oenU , ; FIFTT PATTEBNB - FIGURED FOULARD SILKS, ' AT A BABOAIK ' - Ona 1 honaand of the vary beat BTtXLSPRINQ MO OP SKIRTS - - - oinr. HTW, are prepared to give t EXTRA BARGAINS : Fob. Tbi Next Thibtt - Dats, at FREEMAN & KELLOGG'S. 217 BtrpKUO Sr. r Jys ESS GOODS R 15 T) TT H E D PRICES! Ia order to elear oat tb Summer Dry Good. VI have yet oa hand, I will taia day oommeaoa oaarin RRE ATLT BKDUCSD PEICES. and will be enld o withowt Bay recard to tae Coat Price. Persons wiahiaf to pcrcAaaa, wtU Betide. ly tetsoodsat Tery Lowfrie. Corner Superior St. and Public b-ioarv. IV S2 TiSCRUIT3 WANTED All 1 THB 41st ErJJGIMET! Attachid t I un la Ot of Hcnt ffoTTB RUVnRID MC to fll mf H.-im Lt. It ii time tbtl all 'rt patri ot leoaa nun id npnrr liiis thiti montroii tcilin. turn OTTanizaiUoiu of "H jice Unarrla' caa only male titemi 1 iu any dftrrr nvcfut bf aD) Inn a portion f a h Cvmpivv into th fil't with authoriExi R iriaifnfa. 'lru patrioU tb.ald sot uv iiuw v iwuci : 10 ttif miTra wit it tb a flee. I am Oriaillxinsr few authnHtt ni iht HMmttavrr of Battvky cv Light Abtilli&y, of tonr Parrot B'ttrnJ CaanoD, to W eomnaDdotl hr l WiNIf Hit 'mcer. Dow ait uhad to IDT KfB iment. i wui Diii-r in no w y iron runmr nu CfDt that it wi I m ill-bknuid wltball othitr Voln- - I tat it i I w at-btaaid wltuail otbor t-ra. U h gool ma are rxit.lr. I Vll IfCOV) lull t U Hi DAD l at fuuaJJ. Of SIDiTeiOd(- vldnala. Any a roa or anun sugBrfrrotf u or 1 tter. vriiofrlr ' nrhd f-r br uric raaectala ppraos, ibwe tar itri to iota my Ki9ent or Bs- ti-y. will t ruriiiifitd wi'h traDaporteuca paoaea 10 UkTOitaod, knt lmmftijiitely upon lha.r arrital will it Allnws-n ln Sinn H st limsi dUcbarRed. enA-a Voiuulvar iaoiv Bounty aad IrjOttcrra oflautl W J. H.Cv, atwi rot 4th . v., V. o. A. IMMKDIATELY I i -TANTED Mki' -rA . NO ME .N .'. roa ths tTH, VCRMIRLT THI .iD, KaQIMIftT or U. J?. CAVALRY I r The Trra, vt ITntlstment BAS BKEH Rf CrCED f BOM 3 TO S TKAB li-D enlisting liAbls Regiment win reclve $100 BOUNTY. At the end of the term ot Enlistment. Th. P-w ru-iM frnte Sit A to A-2T eer month, er eoriiias in rhe rank aud eepaciiy ot the holdter. In addition to pjy, ea ahund-uice of good and eusalort hi. I lt,ihii,ff. oH. Onart.-M and Hiiicjtl attend er.ee m tnniieheu, FltSS ( UUaAOK. b HOR3E5 amo ACCODTREHENTSI The MB Will DO ' DiiU'OaVHKO iMMXDIATCLI I PAT COMMENCES FK"S DATE OF ISLIBT. . i - atnn - - . mm ma m ibanenlista he win be furnished wits Board and Lodning, free of charge.aBA will o lnle Cejup in a few deys. at-'Bsfyimmerlistely, at the NEW ESOLABO HUIBL, ateiree ... st Ltra't ra, Oevy, Becrnltlng ortoer. Cterataad. aAio, Aug acia. leni- 168 YOUNG MENl!l- roa tbb I dTH REiilMK NT OF CaVALKT C. S. AatKTI ; TERM OF ESL1S TMEyTi TEA&isI f)100 Boanty at ead of term f EallataBeatl 4 RR COAKOK MOW FFEB8r Ae b juinlug this Beglment, lenng Ilea poeseee- Ing tbe reuiiisit capacity, will be promoted from tat Ranks to Commissioned OfFifiRS None nmd sbdIt bat vonnz. aMe-oortied ateo, good character. The py varies from 914 to SJJ7 per momn Tney wm oe ram-strew, irwi " mfi with en ehnndanoe of good and comlort-ble OLOTUINO. riJUIl. grABTEKSAAD AtXOIUAI. ATltAilUa, Together with their HOBSXS, ARM & AOOOUTMMIXTS, ABD VIU BB UNIFORMED IMMEDIATELY! Hen joining this Beglment may rely npon meeting with every care aad attention. STi few good MIISIOIANS akw wted. 1&-APPL Y J MM ED I A TEL r-i AI the New far land Hotel, comer of Water aad vonneoa atreeta. i aagM:BII Lleot, Stb Cavalry. Recruiting Otic 3000 1? BARBELS FLOUR! ALL In want lit find at owr warehottse eerer- at wel known and reliabU brands of aTsmily t5akr's 1 lour. or sail at rear ket prtcee. ep23 OLaKK, QDICt t CO. LWILCOXENS UCLXY MILLS, Man le, I:d." white winter whett rionr, tor U'-AntV, WASH.'1 BSC O'l. L, B BI BEE'S CELEBRABED Bellevne Uills Family 'lour, for sale br i3t bk, iitmum a co. "DIKENIX MILIS" & "FAR- S MFB'j XXX Mills." Akron Ohio. Floor. aorsue oy uuaaa, nisuBtaiU'i. "niTini nn rtuipi : M . U1U1 1UU J "I elirstl." and "No Plus Ultra el ills," Ohio srtnter wh- at made p k nr pleodid family and ss Bar s noar lor aaia by spp'3 ('( A'K.OABDBIBACO. 4kT AUREL Ij Mills. Akro of Flour, f jl tale by HILL EAGLE roft end oth-r t'y ffood braridi pp3 J, 41, i3 45 Hirer street. SUNDRIES - -. 9 r Fi Ins Butter, 10 OrijDs La d, I tons Broom Corn, I" avtinda nr roe tieeae reathers. so baixwis hiaky, io a rare sod f r aaie by A. VV isiiw IK CO., sif2:3M - . 3 Eiver atreet. T ARD 2,000 IB3; Parirt Lard J. J ib barrels and Kege, lor sale by St. T l,Tnw 04TS RETAIL PRICE 25 Cts per bushels at M Sterwia Street. JL. T. L1U.1, QACK SALT- 2,u00 BASDaibt Cl SALT (Is lbe. each). leceired thia day aad tj ale by K. T. I. YUM. Sept. I Ith, IBM. M K-8 l-OHK 1S(J0 Uaerils ill Mesa Pork, (th very kest brand aod Utre- iau4 ineecuoa Br sale py soeJi K. T. LTPN, 90 Vsraia at. H A MS AND SHOUtiD&RS. S. and ShoQiders k-r aaie by J. T LYoN, SB !Hrwiu St. aug3i TIMUTUV SEtiD 60 iirjsHELS prime new Timolol aeee ia store and lor eala py jaaKwi . i. iima. c aUi H E E S E.- CHOICE D ARIES Westera Jhaerre Cheese for sale by augll B. T. I.TON. KAIN. Oats. Bah let St Rte ,ieby lairl B. T. LYON. 1 RiED APPLES 2 50 Boshixs l J f -rialeby aueSil B. T LON. V AGON .A Nw Gbocert yy Wsgon for sale by W. EL'tTCH. BUTTER 100 FiekihV Pain W. B. Baiter for sale chean by au W. MRLB1NOH. pLOVER 4 TIMOTHY frEED. KJ A freeh lot just receired and for sale be augt W. MkLUIHOa. p l o 4w a, - , . CULTIVATORS, te. sjirti w a; w t'i,i. TjtlKSERVE KETTLES. fUit- A... CCLAlK and Tin Lined. ot all Silas and ana sua'iy cheap... For sale br I -U UBtario si. PATENT OIL GREA3E. FIVE XT ewaa laaa rsmreit aa fcr sale low. flOOr'ER S TOOLS. A If 1MB A- V mnam u uikmtu'ua, se p!7 )i3 t-ntario at. CAHFEN1ER S TOOLS I2TEv ray yarly, gtiod and cheap. .epl7 XLWBLI A CO. niABLECU M aasoriasr nt at CUTLERY A Splendid at at srrenvtly reduced vHoea. for aala by CoijW alia m CO., seplT ' 143 mtario"wd. WOOL X W IN K ebi-U W W VO )- w.ta,sf Mt- w tttsni.rf I RON AM D HI IL8 WAlUfi- JL BOC9B, Hoe. l, TA. 3, and7 Kiver irtraet, anl as, sa, 97 and est tae ioek, civana, utua. w. sr, oaaaSi. ., , stoaBaijoa w. r. caret ca, WH.n.gMAi.n AOSHCT FOB TUB BAIaB OF JUNIATA NAILSI CbsmM iti Orotml Inn fUMIATA BOlLKH PI-T", PBI50 PUW AND BLlcTfS. Bi I il. 0TXO fLO vV.i?C-S, BAB IbvX, CHH HTOKKi. Wi. C, B ABB'S OttelrywsA afwiw Proat aAlM, Aws.,tiraa OKArarr atraoaa. r .. T I II O V SUCCESSFUL CUTTEK. Fbom JPailaoVspiiia, Pa., la cwa for an n?iBrtt, r in a y holaaIa beta) or Ciutom Clutbioc ai tber i lataffiUhumit, nTiDf bad iilteta iMnaitrsMOt In IrateU twaea JUas, J, V. UHAHAB. A!'freai Ui SniwHorit.. CaTeUufi, Obio. H. B. Ko object: ona to an aart of to rontJT WANTED. A YOUNO MAN iicaU.n u ul-rk or Porter in a retpectsh bak- Bw 1 he hA.t of citf rokiftiw a w ai d.M rt Offlo BoxSiJ, or "Hauled," at th Lea der offir. .p FT ARNFSS AND SADDLE MAi-tBH WANTkD. kwaaaaaad rvgulw mplormn t TUKOkS BIDWAT, eyt VI VIM t BBlolph wrwgt, hitMO. IH. CTRA T ED. Fcusd on mt Pik a7. itri. No 46 Vir.a jtrv t. tm tfat vrvniua of Ae- tnitJbtb onai-riist rrd COW, kaooi I iert old, BlTtug mua, vaicB toe owner caa aeve itr proviaa tropertr and aa iL cba f. OaH at Mathewi fLiaibertr'i aUux o. Chui. U.b etrei-t. au-aii o: N O T I C E BALI Of TBI Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne 4 Chicago RAiJj iiOAD! B Ti!otarlr.eof the Clrmt Cbnrt of the fTniid 'tttttM tor tbe ortbern Ui.trict of Otifo. in a canee in Chancery ihfroin d-prdlDpft wherein ()hrtea Moran end o.burs are conpliticts. aad the Piitehursb, ITert Wayne en liimco kt-ilnwl Ooopsey aud others are detectlan's; aud pnretiant to saxiiiairy re"Tfs oi to uircuu ex urcs ui me i uiira ttaa:B tur tbe ytv-rn listrirt of l eru.s Jania, tbe Untrlctf-r iDdiAtoe ua (be is ortoer incnce oi liliDOi wve-caisly, in cttae- apn',DC m Cnr cerT;nsid enrtsr pctive y, whr'ti h sah sartiM ar eonpiainaDts aeti na-Dt naeeetiTa ly, as in faid cum hmt abe men iofjeti. t e no-der-igeed, 4 oho sersusn and iboinas 'Vaiker, ss irutv s in Trust sod Tronts in t n f the t eral feeds o Trnst or Mortise' upon a blr hstvd !-- crre are Icunr ed, do situ as 6 n ii Mutr .u'a miMrouerg olsid Ourt reepc.iveirv d'y pTxiif txJ by etjid ooits itpc.teir lor iht enrpr-, wiil eeilat paM-c sivtH)B tt tb bifch't b fl w. tor cash, bat for nt U-es thma th sum ul 5 tAO. t tbe L ui ted b tales Cosrt Hot, in tue lur of Uut, in tb -tiite ui Ubo, n the Mth day ot Octo ber, a. v . lvel, retwwa-n rne hours ot tta o'clock M., and lour o clock P. M. ut said dvyv tUm boi lowing d scriotd property, to rt: lbe t-ailn ae of b l itis orga, Wert Wsyae aad hicao bai'.r ad :omp--iy, nciu itng th iuiht of way Iherefur lit rutd-bd therooi, tae supeotrct' t.reoi aii sors tuereoir. in W'ier ano otftr sia'K-a hous- s end strops, ml the lcde ano gioana oun njctr(l lli-rewiih, aod al- touls aod mpi u.'-dis nsl or prav d -d to be osed tneria. and in ccQstrucvng and repai-iDg Cavr. aul mrbiDry tor said rad, or tne tract and nQpertiruioret awreai; ail lurn f-bt-s; all drpot a4 hsutdstvpis au4 nxinr-a and si rue a res oi wbtrt (Ms ur natnrs aod km laodd siid groor:d4 connected tbeiewitb, d or prw:diHl to b ttivd m't.jig sud kod acd be lougTBg tnereto. an'i where, triv.,e; and ai lars. euu otsaT.u rotun siot k ovaontrinc to said iXfiupa- sv; ano aii aupsM-s oi umber, lEuu&cr, iron, aad every other ihinaf V'ovitivni br ud C kkrim. or by i hr) ecTsfal orunn! i-D.npt whKis wflre coiso'idTti intuaasd Pit sbureu, sart Viaum. and ttaie go nail lvd. to be wt in opera mar said, boad. wn-rever si'aaie, b tbe itame t:il by wbi ta irra amiise ar holitoa by said utustur, ot By oriEiuatl lonioaiTnetj, Steve 1:t. it-e tiier witn a I co p- rate frMaeh sea f said .oap&ort aad d tno or.tTaa. Oompaniei eeT?r-l,yt inclu.iiofr imm rgnt an-i fraarbia- s-f said strTerai ( ompan.a u ha a4 act itU poraiioo, to be rrii as ah entii-piy. t-aid dcrees p otmo tht the fHirrbsser-r, npon the eotitirra'iin o- the sale acd fuil coia.pi aQ-.-4 with tre rorir.itio tnere(r, poait koidi'i tbe BTorerrr. r ghta, fr-tnciiiis, and tiu sppurLruaaca i un v i solJ, tr thesame title by wnxh ther are teid by atd Cut b-r,ib, Van Vv a-no and Chiraafe kauirctad Louip 'or. aoo ent-n tua ru or Swid oiiiiiuwl lump Islwa, fr frun the lie of sll said mar gwiee, aad frtH frorn all 1'abilitT l .r idt tlthta Ae-nt aauai entftnal or ooneohdaUd CosspaaM-a, or either ot tnerc, ai.d l'O ail c'tvini on a-oouut of epiLi lock: batanlject, neirt&lHn, to the liens, ii anp socb exit, upon any roal e-tite incloied in tbe fuu tor Dnicbasf moje th-reof not n ovided bw aad i erers to be p-d ot ol toe prooed4 (4 tbe sale, ur by lormtr orurs or oecrres b pata otnerwise Oi rithtof wsytdfpot ttrcn ds .nd luts. and lands ii tb City aid TiCiu ty of Ciicaco, purchu4 by said Compsny since th pecdnncy of s&jd sous, and th briuge aroeerty nd otbr reJ esut of toe lmaa uy ct tb (Jity of fittsbarnti. ar sobject to ourt fjra7e liens. The same will be ioclndeu in ih aaie, bat subject to sad incomh aocea, no pruT siou hav ing been made for tie pBjrnient thre f alt 1 f M lltilsUS, TU'MAS a. WALkflt, Titeea, aad Mtr Loumtntman sep21:SM as ai.-rwa.a. Xtkt Irs mf kaBira lAaatart.. fcaunnan uejen, ri t a, ) Iiih Ktnd Ick. Lydia Kndntk, Civil aeMon fcr Honey o. v. - ni, i it sairjeos Aaaaos. HQ - Henry Haines, Belendan ta. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. OUHAHO'iA COCNTy, OS O -The aa-4 de f-MdantasllijeJi Ktndrick. Lydim lvendrick aod a C. WaetjWLiusreuon-rerjidtnt.al ibetavot OOio, are hereoy notift d that the sail Kaufman Hav, plaintiff,, i n the 21-1 d .y of Septemer, l-6t, lied in tbe office of the Clerk of tbe Coart of Consmon Plena ot uayah g eoanty, in tbe cute of Obi's hie petition -xtinst said defcodants. Tae oljo- t aod nraior of which nti ion is to rvov-p a irrivMsnt Meint thessid Klijuh Keodrick od his prooi autory note given by said rDd. tck lost id pKhitift, dated July 3, lo68, for the sua ot fO, due in oa year from date, with interest at the rate of 10 pr eent. auiu uut, -uiU sDijuaiiy, ana u- suofect to tbe dsv meat of sach iad.mnt th fulifia iu .ia- schbed premises, morfffased by the said Fmah Keodrick ard Lydia Kendnck to said piaJatitT, to secure the payment o. sa d not? to w!t : -ub loi ho. sevc-ntv-nine ( .. in m. h HtoTt'si tmrvf-i Of original lot No, fifty ('0)t f .rmeriy Brwkiyn xownsnip, now leveuna i. iiy, and baa a trout and rear of fcetand tWt in depth, and Trontufon Herman strve, Aitvione equal aDdiided one ha f of sub lo s Mos one hnudrvd and tor ty -one (Hi) and one hundred and lot-two tn in sz hiel M som's si.ocmeDt of the harles Tytor farm in that City of Cleveland, frontioa; on the sonih iiiaol le. trot I street and xendii,g bick to an alWy. Aio sob-lot 63 in Biratm stone's stbdi wion of aw t of original tola tZ ant M. in B. ookiyn, htvicg u and 7-U tt front on Train strt-et arid 123 f'-et is ep:n, sd pvtmoB praya tor judT-aeot aaaiaet sa-d klt jah Kendrick for :h snni of tour buniieJ sua frt dilUrs t'sttO), and intert ib-ren at tbe r te of 14 per teat, pr tuinnm from th 23d day ot July, lc6t mhd tuat said piuiiH be sold to pay tee same. Sid llndaau, K uh Kvnd ick, Ljd.a Kern d ick and . O. Wst, ar heroby notined to appear and answer sid petition oo or befure .he '6lq day of hovvealer, l&if or jnugment wU b ta. aa prayed kr. bAtiS BRtCK, PlalatirTs vttoriAS. Cleveland Onto Hew, V, OTIOE Id HaKEBlf GIVitN t bat. &B aMl .nalir.n w II ba msulda tn n aa il ncv. rau lXn& son. Gova-rrnr ol flhln Lir t rd n of )'f N Mel) NA 1, who was coovieted ot tee t nave of Hq.'&:u j and Larceny in the (Jonrt oi C'ltnmu Ptas of 1'i.vah fa County, at tb -Truiher rem or said Court in 1H"9, tad aeatncfd to tbe Fentt nliary lor &f yrs a. ptJ -3.16 M a KLLB1 QISI A. Henry Uainea, plaiutLfl, va. Jlijh Keodrick, y Civil Ac (too tor Moaey 1 ydia Kendi ick, . 1 and to suxject laiailsu P. a West, aod I Kann jan Send Kanfniavn tiayes. . j - ; UiiX Oi)" COMMON PLEAS, uraiicsra Conner, rhio. -Tae dfrnFJinai eu. endrick, Lydia C. K.ndrick and 8 C Mt. anai, nvuitniuriuu KM IISD OttitV UI UOW, aiW BaVra- br Dotihrdths tbe said Henry falsifies, p.aitiua,oa the lfitb day of dertniber, ism, flleJ in the orli je ol tbs Clerk of i he Con t orCunnui Pteas of Cm a bo gs county, t bio, his petition suraiuw mud aiwtsoi. sots the ohiect and prayer of winch nrtitin is to tvcOTerajudrnent aunet theaaid Ki! on nu not iur kuo in taor ot taw piaiotirl, dated Juo!9th, t,andon iotarrwt at the rnte of ten prent p-raanoa sua to snbct to the na?aaeat oi nch juugaent tbe folloatng dtcrib.d pr:mam, suonsTafed byeaid klijah and ydia'' Keo nek to eroure the aarrneDt of said note, to wit : Oa equal nuuividtd half ot lota oi odo handrtrd and iurtsw one and one hrmdred an t rony-two. of fci?i fjl sai'a ailouueot ot tbe lyl'yr Parsn, in tne i Hy ot Cievrlaud, in that part ot said tiiy la'pl-iy Vnown aa Ohio 4. itf the property fna s on Ietn-.if itru Said tetitMn arara tor inriaraisant ai7.inm.t , a arii jah Kcad ick tor three houOrwd and tbirt d.)ara. ana meres inereon siuee inne IVh. at tha rata or ten per o-ai. per ananrn, atva that said aratm ias be sold to pay the same; and the saio d- eud ants, II t ab Krvdri. k, lyjia O. Kendnrk a-a a, C. et are notibtd to eppear aod answer said pe tition on or bvtjxt the 16th day of overober w'u A BtUTCB, eentlHrWp Pja:ntj!r Attorneys. pUXiSUANT to IivaSTRLCTIuNS JL titheHr UtyofuTreaer-,aBAokwill be opMHd on Kondsy, ih 23d day ot reuremner, at tbe fcaok of tomnne. fr sabacrinttniaa indM mw eiipertDteauienco, for Ire-snry hot s, io bo leaned oudr thvactof u'y 17, W'.L Thee N ta w il bm teuned in suiaa of fttty doilara. ou hoirvd !oiira, svtd &va hundred doliatra each, dated ivca Aucat, j1, paytbls three yers atier dar to tbe onlr-r of in SQijecriber, or a directtd, and Ivari a; taisjreat at the rate of 7 8-10. pr cent, per ut on, paaos s mi-anncally ; sncb int-rest being at hs rate oi rwo cents hrscn nay on every cubdred (lobars. t r toe convijjrnce ul tbe bolder, eacn hute wii have coaPDDe Mtacbed exo evstusr lbe v-rJ a moan ta of seoil-asnial tt,.rsi, abicb eoarpona M-ay be drtched at d praMuu4 lur pai otai at pa rate y from thr Notes. riti(criDltODSbr each Trvaonrv If nen will ha ra. ceaved rturtnaj lilteen uais Jrt-m the d y of o sen log th- nook aa aib eaid. ho stinprriptron f r h- than nrty do Lars nor tor aoy fraetioa f th-ttsom will be reveited. bobwrrip'iotis r f bitv d Uaxa er oos han- d td dollars ninit be paid In awfii corn of tbe I ni tedatattsat the time of sab rlb-ng. tni-crip-lions ol more than one hand ed dollars may be paid at once; or. if preferred. n -tT th at tb time of sabecribioa, and osre-third of tbs whofe amjct on everj tweotjeik day thrreatter until the ijoi ghail Im an d Mo paynwntof b-ae than ttfty doiiars caa ' eas-xaateu. tttat bains: the imalieet anas X-r tthicA Tr- asury ace ran be isHned. 4'ertidcavea wilt be araawd In dupHrate to anb scribe s fjr the amunta so paid, tO or-.trirai ot wtticb the eobaerf er will transmit ty ma 1 o th ItcoreaMr of tne ireasury, aa Treasury i-otas. aa a orvwaid w Ui be tseoi-d ilier- n to eo'-h u owcr br r h s ord r, cwi-ryiog tntere t as x -treats! tn socai e rtthoata; bat ia caaaM wh re ooly a part l th aas not ii paid at tk tioie ot tHibsrribiD, Trasarw prOf-SWlll oe i-atiHrw vuij i pajmrn.1 Ps-taj, noaeqn i'ij u uw nr, wua, iU fraain ntl tbabolnmaut .wibecr bej by such peiaon shall b pni S ben Treasury Notes w ll be iaautrd inr sck rat lr at also. a payaMne tf an b tlrerrdl insialmeim the sahecriUr w il pay. lrt UT thereto a oatei tu the tnterrst accrtj-d ti-rvt-Z troa th ivtft August to th te of p minu aadom floaipajinentlise'ntereatoti tn aui-uut paid em satacr-ptioo, which patssents of lotrrrsi Vtl hi raiubor4 so thf e4hariaT in Uae pv avtnt of tko l adHiKie tarttQcuea Bay hontaaueii iyj t&eo H. aV BrBLBUT, AKK SKIS PAP EX COMP-T MaiiwBnren of PHLVTI N9 jis ' a, ara nw araecrea vo ( 3lT . rire wu. tmimnur tawf oi aafetr and ;te t,.vr.