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DEMOCRATIC McCLELLAN CLUBS. of Meeting at the City Hall. An adjourned meeting of the Democracy to take tlid Initiatory measures to- orgarj ltt McClellan Clubs throughout: the city, met at the City Hall last evening, and was called to order by Auditor. Martin, the chairman. ; Upon motion, John G. Thomp son was appointed Secretary, " " j Mr. J.T. Ecmmy, ix)m the committee to Whom was lntniBtfd the buslnessof reports ing a plan for the organization of Demo; cratloMcClellan Clubs, made tho following report, which was accepted and adopted: 'liuolved, Ihat the committee appointed to submit a plan of organization for- th. Democracy of the city of Columbus, tec ommend the organization of Democratie McClcllan Clubs fit each and every ward of the city; and that amn meeting proceed to appoint a committee of Ave from each ward to effect said ward organization, and at the first meeting olfach ward the Club shall be organized by the appointment of a President and Secretary, and such other officers and committees as to them may seem proper to) effect a thorough organization of the-Pet inocracy 01 trio waras. ' , Resolved, .That the President, Secretary and committees of the wards and towu ships, report their, organizations and their proceedings to me Juouuty uentrai' um inlttee from time to time. . . . t It was moved by S.' W. Andrews, and car ried, that the three committeemen appoint eu by the County Central Committee con- stitute three members of said committee of five, The following committees wero then ant nounced for tho several Wards: First Ward 3. Frecland, Jos. Qulnn, Pat, l itzpatrick, Henry j rceland, Kicuaru Jilor uan. Second Ward Chris. Bartllng, W. Pi Brown, Chas. bhury, Samuel Bradford, Jno, ii. Martin. Third WardR. Fischer, Wm. Gulick, E, Sargent, L. C. Kelley, Matt. Martin. 'Fourth Wdrd-Geo. H. EarhartI Jacob Em mert, A. (J. licauley, J. U. Thompson, sa n- uei lvue. Fijlk Ward J. P. Rem my, Christopher jvaemmer, jereu. jjcck, jonn itaab, lira. Knox, i V Sixth? Ward Tlios. fihepard, Fred. Jae ger, Samuel Strany, David Kaetz, Jonas liiciscn. - - 1 ' ' Seventh ' Work -Daniel Stumn. Fred Fornoif, Peter Sharp, W. II. Gaver, Charles jratterson. Eiahth Ward Walter M. Clancv. John Walsli, E. B. Armstrong, Peter .Murphy, August Kaeminer.-' - . i Ninth JFord-Phil. Millay, S.'W. An drews, Dan-Sullivan, John Naddy, George Aiameny. Montgomery ToiimshtpTSA. JJvlhgrton, Miller, Jos.- Falkenbaolu ; ; ; Onmotlon the sevpral committees were requested to meet at the tollowinir places on Thursday evening! Vor the purpose of further perfecting tho organizations of the several wards thus begun: Krst Ward, at C. W; Zollinger's. Second Ward, County Central Committee Booms; c ' ' ." , ' Third Ward, Mayor's office. ' ' Fourth Ward, E. F. Bingham's oillco. Fifth Ward, South Engine llouse, - . Sixth, Ward,' Lawrence Sclinidor's Gro eery. ;' Seventh. Ward, W, n. Gaver's Shop. -Eighth Ward, North Engine House. Ninth Ward, S. W. Andrews' office. The meeting having finished, the business for which it was called, the Chairman Intro duced Dr. Berkley, a soldier and a Demo crat, who addressed the meeting In a spirited and satisfactory manner, repeatedly elicit ing the enthusiastic 'cheers of the large number of gentlemen present. . ' ' Tho meeting then adjourned with cheers for McClellan and Pendleton. THE CONSCRIPTION. The Churn Again in Motion—Lincoln's Lottery of Life—Names of those Conscripted. The conscription wheel was again put in motion la the City Hall yesterday by the Provost Marshal. Nineteen of the citizens of the Ninth Ward were selected to repre sent that poor precinct in the battle-field. The Ninth was the only precinct In Frank lin county drawn ; all the rest are out, or so nearly out that they were not drafted The others drafted aro from Greene and Madison counties. In the Ninth Ward, nineteen'meu were drawn and an addition of one hundred per cent, to make up for exemptions, making in. all. thirty-eight names. 4 ' "'- '" NINTH WARD. original nairr. 1 John Sullivan, 20 3 - Michael Sparclg, 21 3 John Jones, ...- -2i 4-. Chas. Creamer, 23 5 Daniel Welsh, ' 24 , 100 PBB CKT. ; John McCnrty, John Farrcll, " John Quiley, ' :r i Michael Burnett, Charles Altls, 6 'Patrick Harts: 1 V A V,.,n ' 25 "Solomon Gannon. f J Ut.ll, Srt Jolin Shennan. ' E: S. Walker," ' 27 Jerry Mouahari, 1 ,0 Ephratm Webb,' 28 ' Patrlck Duke, . 10" Daniel Crosby, ' 29 7 John R.Mali, . 11 Richard St. Clalr,30 . G. E. Buckholtz, 13 Patrick Fllnen, . 31 ; James Miller, ' 13 Daniel Cromley, 8a Martin Kelly, 14 George Harper, 83 Frank McGough, io , juavia n lsemau, m 16 John Lanan, -j . 35 17 . Frank Leonard; -. 38 John H. Bonnett, iienry buinvan, ueisey zwne, ,. 18 Daniel Felix, :." . 87 Michael MlUny, i 10 William rowell. 38. .Thomas Crowley, GREENE COUNTY. MIAMI TOWNSHIP. . , T" Jno. 6. Mitchell. 23 V. A. Linch. :' ; ; ,i 2 John Loubrldge. 24 -Beryam Wright '8 " 8. 8. Johnson. 25 Church. Taylor Augustus Jones. 27 , Jno. D. Hawkins, I.K.McCollouch.23 Th os. Hi eh tower. ,7 nWra.R.Huffraau.29 Dan A. Job. S," John Bray. ; :,; 80 ' JosE. Wilson.",;: 9 , Thos. Sargeant. 81 i' Albert Mans. - v 10 Franklin McNeiUa W. J. Woodson. 11 Geo. McKehan; 83 Dennis Day. , 13 Robert Davis. ..34 , Adam Hnmma. , 13 Stephen Brecklno Wm. Roberts.- u .-; 14 Briaii Cassady. 1 36 Corne'ius CTirlst. 15-;' Cyrus Shaw."'' 87 Wm. Uutcheson,. 16 Isaao Shaur, 88 Joseph Berg. 17""Wm. Hafnerr ,39 .4Wm JI. Brewer, 18. Wm.Protzman, '40 Emanuel Flatter, l'l Channing Butler,41 ".William Jacobs, 20.; Hudson Grindlo, 43 Malen Kushner, V, 81 Geo. K. Hide, . 43 . WiJllam Pfostv 22 Ellas Brewer, . 44 Fred'k Medsker;1 MADISON COUNTY. MONROE TOWNSHIP. 1 ,Matthlas D.Mark,' 6 Sam'l Ellsworth) 3 ' Frank Corbut,,vi:7 ' James Morresy, 3 .-John Kanady, 8 Wm. B. DiUan, u 4- Joseph Morns, 0 Jas. H. Clark, 5'' Warren Scranton,10 Lafayetto Wilson.1 The 'ruA 'stinds : adjourned . until', this altcrnoon-attwo tfclock. t ,T0ri SuBSTiTnTES- wohnuclred t sjibstl tutes left for the front yesterday, and one hund red and ftfty We to go to-day. ' Tmj Wkbb Sistebs. The famous and popular actresscs,'Ml&sAdaaiSJ Miss Jlm ma Webb, are to give one of their rare parlor entertainments at the Opera House next Tuesday evening. The sisters have always been very popular in this city, and there is abundant reason for believing that they will have a largo and admiring audi-r once upon their re-appcarahec.' , ' ' Site of tub New Idiotic Asylum. -The commissioners appointed to secure a site for tho erection of a new Stato Idiotic Asylum, for which an appropriation of $40,000 wn& made by tho Legislature last winter, have purchased the farm of Mr. Thomas the Dairyman, over the river near Frankllnton, and two miles from tho Capitol. The farm consists of one hundred and twenty acres, and the amount paid for it Is $25,000. r Dbaftkd. Among those drafted In the Ninth Ward yesterday, was a printer named Bonnett, wllb is now In. the army or the grave, haying, at the last accounts received from him, been pretty severely 'chawed up" 111 half a dozen battles. : , CITY ITEMS. ,; Attention, Members Olentangy Tauk. There will be a meeting of the Association for the transaction of important business this evening, at 7 o'clock, at Lindemann '& Co.'s. A full attendance Is particularly re quested. 'I M. SIMONTON, Sec'y. Second Ward Draft. An adjourned ineetlug of Second Ward will bo held at the Buckeye House on Saturday evening, Octo ber 1st, at half past 7 o'clock, to hear the reports of committees and dispose of sur plus funds, collected to lree the ward from draft. R. Main, Chairman. ! sept29-d3t ' ' Primary Election. The Democracy of the 7th Ward are hereby notified that there will be a primary election held at V. Uettcsheimer's, on Saturday evening, Oct. 1st, to nominate a candidate for member of theCity Council. ; 8ept.20-3t. . ," . i Large Sale of Household Furxitcrr at Auction. I will sell at Public Auction at No. 212 South Third street, Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, September 30th, 1SG4, com mencing at 10 o'clock, A. M, the entire lot of Furniture, Beds and Bedding, &c, &c, contained iu the house consisting of Par lor, Bedroom, and Kitchen Furniture, in part as follows: 1 Rosewood Sofa, Sofa-bottomed Chairs, Marble Top Center Tabks, Marblo Top and Mahogany Washstands, Bureaus, Carpets, Bedsteads, Bedding, Mattrasscs, Dining Tables, Chairs, Crockery, Glass and China Ware, Cooking Stove and Kitchen Furni ture, &c, &c. f. Sale positive. Terms Cash. V. R. Glazier, sept29-2t Auctioneer. 1 ' tW Immigrant to the Month and Wes should bo provided with OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE. By tho use of this remedy, during acclimation, or season' ing as it is called, the danger from attacks of Ague and Bullous Fevers, is entirely avoided. Tho stranger 13 peculiarly ex posed to these diseases In their most fntul forms, and should not risk the change of climate without the protection which the Cholagogue affords. Sold by all druggists and medicine dealers Hats, Caps and Furs, dressed and repar? ed, by E. Lauf, No. 29 East Town Street; Columbus, Ohio. sept30-3m ; ! Boy Lost. On tho niirht of tho 19tbl (nst., Joseph B. Russell strayed from . the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, in Co lumbus. He Is twelve years of age, speaks Indistinctly, and wears a light gray over coat, and drab felt hat. - His clothes were marked. Any information respecting hi in will be thankfully received, and a suitable reward glveu to any one returning him to. tho Institution. , ! Geo. L. Weed, Jr, ! sept22-tf ' Superintendent ' AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE! o r a'n ij 5 o a ilk isr i jj- ii t.i Tueftday livening. October 1, ISO. On which occasion the Wutiful and accomplished " ' '" ; ' -1 ' ' wiistw, ' " riss ADA WEBB, ;'7 A.ivr Miss EMMA WEBB, Will giv ONE ONLY, of their much admired and ol)Mt :. . i ..:... , , PARLOR ; ENTERTAINMENTS. Adiuimlon Dren Circle nd Psranntla Mela. Reserved 8eaU, to be had at the ticket office, from 10 A. M to i o'clock P. M commencing Mondajr, 3d PROCLAMATION 1 1 .1 !. ' -Tirj.;.:! THE QUALIFIED V0TKR3 OF FRANKLIN - County, are hereby notified to meet at their placet of holding elections, ... I On the 2d Tuesday of October, A. D. 1861, Being; the iltU Day f tbe ITJontb, and Tote for the following officers, to wit: One Secretary of Htate, one (Supreme Judge (full term), one 8uirome Judge doner vacancy), one (Su preme Judge (short vacancy), one Attornoy General. one comptroller ot tne ircasurr.one laomber lioard Publio Works (full term), one Member lioard Publio Workl (vaoanov). One tlomber of Concrosa for the 7th Oistriot, oompoeed of Franklin, Madison, Greene and OUrke counties, one Proaeouting Attorney, one Recorder, one Cvminiasioner, and one Infirmary Di rector, i Tho Trustees of the several township are required to return to the Olerk of the Court the nemos of the following number of J urors: 'For Commoti Pleat and Superior Courts. Township. .No, Township. Noj 156 Montgomery.,..., Hamilton. .i. ...... Trnro. Madman ... 5 ;.i 6 ... 11 I , e 1'iain Mifflin Norwich....', Franklin Klendon Drown Washington . Jefferson Jaokson... nharon i.L.Mk.i.d Prairie........ Cliuton ........... Pleasant errv .u..u ... ' niven. nntlnv mv 1in1 mnA ! t,l. TJ It. i day of September. A. D. Ihm. ' r 'l t - WILLIAM DOMIGAN. ,.. .. . iOiierittotl)ranklinCo.,0. scpUS-diwtd . B. P. BHHKLEY. M. ,.ATB OF.TnE U. S. jMIHTJ HATING LOCATED lit THE CITT of Columbus, offors hie professional services to thnmibho in the various branches of bis profession. Office Md residence on High street, near corner f 07. ,.pepW2mK OJu.O i IP M. SIMONTON, Sec'y. FROM PETERSBURG. Lee Preparing for a New Move. JNew okk, Sept. 28. The Herald's City roint correspondent of the 20th siiys: Ear ly's defeat in the valley has produced great uiicusinuas in tne army lmrneuiatciy oppo site to usj and results ot great importance sre looked forkw:tliin H few-days. 'That iieo is getting ready lor some new move' niunc, is very evident. During tho past few ' nights our troops on the front lino could hear the noise of trains and artillery in motion. Lee is doubtless woi klm? txi alii Early. Ifo stands arhast at, tlio tw tP ,nA',., .1... V., . vj v. iiujuiiij; urn ven ii, ii rutin, me .one leading to .Lynchburg from llichmoud,itnd thence, by contracting his lines around Pe tersburg, honos to be able to detaeh n fowe sullicient to reinforce the demoralized army 11UIU blic ClIlUIIillHHIUll, The Herald's correspondent with the 10th Corps alH0 8.tys tho movements ot the ene my are mil or promise. Uneasiness is man Uest in all their movements. Tliev are enr- tuilily gettiliff readv for a movement of euic.amii, pernapB to ran back to isweet croeK, tiie first of their' lines between Pc tersburg and lUchmond. Tho reason un doubtedly is that Grant is heiiifftoo Rtrono-. y reinforced for the rebels to maintain their una extendea line, now Over ten miles in leiigru. HuAPQUAnTKRS Army OTf TOR PuTmnn. Sent. 20. Quiet still nrfvnila In frnnt; nf x-eiersDiirg, oroKen only by the usual pick et nriiig anu occasionally artillery duels, tho effect of which is to consume a large quantity of powder, A good deal of heavy firing was : heard yesterday and to-dav in the direction i of James river, sunnosnd ta be iruiii jiinuoacs. A large body of rebel cavalry is reported this evenincr to be movimr on our left. If so their object has not yet been developed. Threo spies were arrested within our lines yesterday, and evidence has been ob tained, which is said to be strong enough to convict mem. two citizens Dave also been arrested on the charge of giving aid and comfort to the rebels. An order has been issued that officers wno nave served three years may be mus- tered out of the service, the time durinir which they mayJiave served as privates ii ul ucing countcu. Lee Preparing for a New Move. FROM SHERIDAN'S ARMY. Nor Regular Battle since Monday— Why Early's Whole Army was not Captured—Rebel Loss thus Far, 10,550. New Yohk, Sent. 28. Tho Herald's Mt. Jackson correspoudence of tho 24th, says : Although we have had considerable light ing since leaving Lynchburg, still there lias been nothing in the waypf a regular bat tle, or anything approaching the action of Monday last. The captures of artillery, Hags, &c at Fisher's Hill, were made more by the rapidity of our movements and ac curate maneuvering than by tho force of Dattic. xo-uay we are still moving on, and the enemy is retiring. Ourcavalry is doing nobly, lieyond a doubt Early is doing everything he cnii to get out of our reach, and should an engagement ensue to-day or to-morrow, it will be because we have forced him into it. Every hour adds more and more prisoners to our already immense number. . . ... The Herald's Harper's Ferry correspond ent of tho 2Gth, says: Gen. Sheridan fully expected Gen. Torbett to intercept and cap ture the whole army, but it seems ho en countered a division of reinforcements hur rying to join Early, and was engaged with them all day, and with his hands full at that. Had it not been for this, Early's wholo command would undoubtedly have been captured. i- j The World's correspondent with Sheridan says our loss in killed and wounded at Fisher's Hill will not exceed three hundred. Thus was Lee's right arm in the Valley broken, and our- victory almost a bloouless one, ; v ... . -' - , The Tribune's Harper's Ferry correspon dent of the 27th says: Tbo completeness of the; surprise of the rebels at Fisher's Hill may be imagined lrom the fact that tho guns captured were all loaded to thcmuzzlo witli grape and cannifter, but Crook's charge was so impetuous and rapid the) rebels did not get tiino to discharge them. ; ; The losses of tho rebels in the recent fight, as reported by government officials sent to ascertain tbe facts, are as follows: Arrived at Harper's Ferry, including 28 offi cers, 3,100; wounded at Winchester, 2,200; captured bctweeu Fisher's Hill and Wood stock, 2,200; wounded carried off by rebels, estimated at 1,700; wounded at roadside houses, estimated at 1,000; killed and wound ed by cavalry In Surey Valley, 350. Total, 10,550. New York, Sept. 27. A Washington special to the Post says : . .v T ." Dispatches Tecelved from Lnray Valley report Early's army thorougly demoralized, ana tne lntiaoitantsoi tnat region nau been extreemly confident Fisher's Hill could not do taken, bince biieriuan s battle tho rebels despair of re-occupying tho valley. FROM TENNESSEE. Skirmishing with Forrest—Rousseau Still Holds Pulaski—Two Trains Captured on the Chattanooga Road. 'NA8HYfu,B."Sept. 27. Skirmishing with the rebel lorce under Forrest continued all day... llousseau fell buck two miles from PulaRki, but re-advanced, and held posses sion of the town up to 7 P.M. to-day. The enemy advanced his skirmish line to within half a mile of ours. ,We will probably ad Vance our lines and attack In the morning. Our loss in to-day's lijrhtina will not exceed eighty men. Prisoners captured in Marshall county, on the way to MeMinnville with dispatches for Ccrro Gordo Williams, who was to unite with Forrest, state that Forrest has 20 pieces of artillery and about 7,000 men. Six regi ments were reported sent him from Wheel er's forw. , ; ; , ; . ; . , , o i . Rousseau, by a strategio movement, In vited attack from the. rebel coinmauder, but hedld not respond. " - r' The telegraph is in working order to Pulaski-,,.. ,,-, r tt ,i ;.-' rr It is rumored at Chattanooga that two trains were captured on Monday by a rebel force at. Big Shanty, on the- Chattanooga railroad. An olilcer lust from the front confirms this statement. Col. J. L. Donaldson, chief of the Quar termaster's Department, Cumberland, has organized the entire force of the Quarter master's Department, amounting to over 7,000 men, comprising eight regiments. Arms and ammunition nave been furnished them, and they are in readiness at a mo ment's notice to co-operate with the regular troops l whenever occasion tnav require. Great praise is due the chief of this depart ment for the energy and zeal displayed in bringing into action tills large and effective force. " ... The 173d and 17Cth Ohio arrived In the city to-day. New York, Sept. 27. Concerning report ed peace negotiations in Georgia, the Even ing Post Says Gen. Sherman, we are author ized to say, will not negotiate except upon terms precedent of an unconditiouaL-sub-misslou bf . the rebels to the Government of the Unioil, tho fullest acknowledgment of its rights, and open admission that the war against the Union was, what Alexander II. Stephens declared it would bo, In I860, a blunder and a crime. The Post says if the Geonrla authorities will agree to preliminaries, Gen. Sherman will meet tneni irantiy ana cnecrtuiiy New York, Sept. 28. Official notice has been received that the quota for New York under the last call for 500,000 men Is full;'' Forrest's Advance Checked—Sheridan at Harrisonburg—Fight at Luray Court House. Washington, Sept. 28. The Republican, has Issued an extra containing the follow ing important Intelligence: VVe learn, olllcially, that the advance of tho rebel Gen. Forrest has Ueen suddenly' checked at. Pulaski,' Tennessee, to whibh point northward he pushed after destroy ing the railroad bridge over Elk river, f 1 Dispatcher received by Government this morning containing thelatcstjreports from Sheridan, announce his arrival at Harris sonburg on Monday1, and his intention to follow up the pursuit of Early, who was hastening towards Staunton with the shat tered fragments of his defeated and demor alized army. Every attempt of Early to take advantage of the gaps In Blue Itidgo mountain, to auuoy Sheridan's rear, havo been defeated. ! . On, Saturday, Torbett's cavalry mot the rebel cavalry near Lurav Court llouse. and alter a spirited fight of several hours rout ed them with the loss of several hundred killed, wounded and prisoners. ' The rebels were commanded by Gen. Wlckham. Tho rebels retreated up the valley. i On Sunday our cavalry effected a junc tion with Sheridan's infantrv Market. FROM MISSOURI. Attacks on Pilot Knob Successfully Repulsed—The Safe. Lotjis. Sent. 28. trothi no Vine haim ' heard from Pilot Knob since 11 o'clock yesterday morning, when Blsr river bridge, about 60 miles lrom here, was burned by the rebels and communication cut off. Up to that time General Ewing successfully repulsed the attack of the enemy, and suc ceeded in sending two trains of commissa ry stores away. At last accounts it was believed Ewlng could maintain his position unless assaulted by overwhelming numbers, or by the enemy Dlantin!? cannon upon Shephard mountain or other eminen-. ces in the vicinity, which command our for tifications. He has plenty? of provisions and a good supply of water!' Gen. Smith's infantry advance has been withdrawn from Mineral Point to Disato. 'A train of fortv emntv wacrons sent from Pilot Kob yesterday morning for Miueral Point, had not readied there before com munications were cut, and it 1b supposed they were captured. It is now believed the demonstrations on Pilot Knob and Iron Monntaln railroad were mere feints to cover the movements of Price's main force in the central part of the State. It Is also believed Shelby's cav alry will make a desperate effort to dash into St. Louis alter the fashion of Forrest Into Memphis. '1 ho passenger train which left here ves- terday morning on the North Missouri was captured at Central! by Bill Anderson's ousnwnacKers, and twenty-one soldiera were taken out and murdered. FROM EUROPE. The English Press on McClellan and Prospects of Peace—The Atlantic Cable —The and Imbroglio. St. Johns, N. F Scot. 27. via Port Hood, Sept. 28. Tho steamship Asia, from Liverpool 17th, and Queenstown the 18th Inst., has passed Cape Race. ino lvondon Globe says French Govern ment papers consider that the prospects of Gen. McClellan for the Presidency are se cure in tho future. Tho London News savi there can bo no cordiality between the United States and France, if Gen. McClellan is elected to the Presidency, he being known as a strong anti-Imperialist. '1 he London Herald, alludlncr to the com ing Presidential election, says: We believe that all negotiations must fail, as all force has failed. We believe separation to be just and wise, and that it has become inevitable; l... .a .t'l .1 M- .1 t.. ,1..., ttf , ' uub no win reiiuiiy numib UlUUl reunion were possible, the Democratie iilun nffir the only chance of hope for its accomplish ment. . , . i Active operations have commenced for the manufacture of the Atlantio telegraph cable. ... , Tho London Times lectures the Austral ians, who talk of senaratliiff from Emrland. and says their charges are that Eugland has not been allowed to Indulge her taste for military glory. , Tho Times thcu proceeds to show the Australians that had England gone to war with Russia on account of Poland, trouble and disasters might have fallen upon them. Russia, expecting an outbreak, had instruct ed her Admirals on the Atlantic and Pacillo coasts to leave their respective posts by dif ferent routes for a common rendezvous, as certained to bo mid ocean, and tho fleet thus assembled was to hold itself in readi ness and bear down on tho Australian colo nies. Spain The Oueen. bv the advice of Marshal O'Donnell, summoned Novarez to form a new ministry. Brazil. A late telegram states that tho Government of Montivedo has rofused the ultimatum addressed to them by Brazil, with a view to the pacification of the re public of Uraguay, and that armed inter vention by Brazil is consequently expected. Japan. The Paris Moniteur reports that tho English commander in Japan has sum moned the Japanese Government to re move within twenty days all obstacles to navigation in tho straits of Gumlnske, caused by the fortifications Prince Nagate constructed. If not complied with, tho fortifications aro to be attacked. London Money Market. The demand for discount at the Bank of England on the 10th, was unimportant, but In open market business whs rather active. Stocks less an imated, owlug to the Bank of France re turns. . , i Liverpool, Sept 17v Political news to day unimportant. Mr. Baxter, In address ing his constituents at Montrose, expressed sentiments heartily sympathizing with tho Unionists. - The Paris Moniteur gives currency to a rumor that negotiations were progressing at Vienna with the object to prolong until the 15th of December the armistice which expired the 15th of September. . I I The Dry Goods Market. New York, Sept. 27. There were rather lively times amonir importers, auctioneers ' and buyers generally to-day, owing to the ' feverish state of political and financial affairs. Many kinds of goods fell some 10, 20 and 25 per cent. For Instance, Poll de Chevres woolen filling, which two weeks ago brought 85 cents, were knocked down ; to-day at 50, some lots being consequently withdrawn. Inferior qualities of some ar ticles heretofore commanding from 60 to 80 cents, went down to 4'244 cents. A few ' lots of forty inch bagging and burlaps sold . at from 15 to 20 per cent, below average prices. Domestic goods firm, in compari son with foreign articles.. The Panic in . gold unsettled everything. Iu a few cases j the fall was 33 to 40 per cent, from regular j nricea of three weeks aero. Tim reduction i in rates from domestic goods is not so large. i i ', The Gold Market—Money to Pay the Soldiers. . New York, Sept 28. Gold opened firmer this morning, under the hoavy pressure. to covor the shorts of the last two or three days. It opened at 203. and after touch ing 204, declined at 11:30 P. M. to 201). At 2:30 P. M, a rumor that Petersburg had fallen put the price down to 190. ' Gold closed at 202 at the evening ex change. 1 ' . . A special to the Commercial from Wash ington says the entire amount of greenbacks to pay tho armies has been forwarded to the regiments. . Many In the Army of tho Po tomac will receive eight' month's pay, the, origlual bounties and ro-enlistment premi ums,..,:,. iVTM- .M . '. if Toronto, Sept. 25. A full description and number ot the Lako Erie pirates has been telegraphed to different points in Canada, and every exertion Is being made to secure their arrest. v 1 Proceedings of Courts—Martial. Washington, Sept. 28. Another record ui um uonrts-Martlal has been officially promulgated, from which it appears that hot convicteu 2 isrigadler Generals, Hammond and SDcars. 1 tlolonnl. t tenant Colonels, l Major, 12 Captains, 18 1st Lictenants, 10 Second Lieutenants, and 1 Assistant Surgeon. They were nearly all dismissed the service, one-fifth for drunk enness while on duty. According to tho rowiru, junKumcr jamcs u. spears, United States volunteers was tried for using disloyal language and conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline, fur nishing a guard and giving full protection to tne property oi a notorious rebel, before oblisrliur him to take the oath of allpfinnnR. found guilty of the charges, and sentenced to bo dismissed from tho service of the United States. Tho nroceedinirg. flnilim and sentence wero disapproved by the com manding General on the ground of the want vi jui isiiicmuu oi me court, anu mo rceoru was iorwarucu to tne rresiecnt, .witu a recommendation that he be dismissed from the service of tho United States The rec ommendation was approved, and General spears was dismissed - It is understood that arrangements are contemplated for the purchase of the cotton of tho insurrectionary States on Govern ment account, and agents win soon be ap pointed at New Orleans, Memphis and oth er points, for that purpose, under the act of July last. The supscrlptions to the 10-40 loan for tho last two days wero nearly $150,000, and to tne y-;jo loan on xuesuay, jsaU3,000, auij to day $102,000. According to reports brought from the Army ot ttio i-otomac, tne present compar ative quiet in military affairs does not promise to bo of much longer continuance. Nashville, . Sept. 28. Nothing heard from Gen. Rousseau to-day. ' The lines are cut on both the Tennessee & Alabama, and Nashville & Chattanooga railroad south of UHiimota ana ruiianoum. jno trains south of Nashville. Maine Election. Gardiner, Maine, Sept. 28. Official re turns from 475 towns, cities and plantations, or nearly tho whole vote of the State, foot up, Cony (Rep.) 02,389, Howard (Dem.) 46,476; majority forCony, 15,913. La6tycar the vote In the same towns stood. Cony (Rep.) 67,799, Bradbury (Dem.) 50,233; ma jority for Cony 17,560. The vote on tho constitutional amendmcntallowlng soldiers absent in the Held to vote, stood in favor, 64,430; against 19,127.- Concord, N. II, Sept. 28. Tho Supreme Court of New Hampshire have unanimous ly decided thesoldlers'voting bill to be valid and binding law, without the signature of the Governor, the veto message of the Gov ernor having been returned to the Stato Legislature one day too late. Newark, N. J Oct. 27. E. N. Fuller, editor of tho Daily Journal, of this city, has been indicted by the grand jury of the U. 8. Circuit Court nt Trenton, on a charge of publishing articles in July counscliug rvsisuiuce tu uiu until. " "Washixotok, Sept.28. Tho first through train ior vueeiing icic inis morning. HENRY KCEIILER (Late of Phalon'i EsUblishment, N. T ' PROPUIETOIt OF TIIE NEW YOR Fashionable Shavinsr. Hair Ciill'nir Mtimmn tng. Curling and Dressing Saloon, In the Basement of the Nell House, unde the Postofflce, where satisfaction will be given in all the varioa jranches. Ladies' and Children's Hair Dressing dons in ths nest si vie, SsT-Wurm and Cold Baths can be 1 at all hours lyll-dly MERCHANT TAILORING. T HAVE JVHT IlECEIVED DIRECT. jl 11 lrom ths tut, the best assortment of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR ever brought to this city, which I will selt at very low figures. Please call and examine before pur- JOHN HUNTER, J n neaitlt-dAwSm No. ttio Sooth H igh Street. Justice of the Peace & Notary Public, No. MT South Hlsrh Street. OrPlCB Not, Carpenter's Building, COLIIJIBIS, OHIO. Special attention is given to Miscellaneous llusi ness from abroad. marl7'84-ly Attention, Discharged Soldiers. YITE ARE COLLECTING IN FROM js TO 1 TT days, the BOUNTY Money under aot of March Sd, 186J, for Soi.niRHa who wkrk DiacnAKosn Tni HKBVICt ON AOOOtTKT Of WoDNDS KKOKIVgD IN tSATTLi, wnetner tney nave served two years or not. Aauro, , ANDREWS A MoCOT, Authorised Bounty and Pension Agents, Look Drawer XL Columbus. Ohio. Office No. 9 South High Street, near corner of unmi. - jnne-tr O. H. CAMFEN, , UNION CONFECTIONERY. J HATE JUST OPENED A RESTAURANT AND CONFECTIONERY. Opposite ths Capital University Where I am determined to keep everything in my line of the vorv bait aualitv. T ICE CREAM and fcODA WATER always uv nnuu. lunea-ujm D. T. WOODBURY & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS A1D SHOES, Nos. 840 and 248 South High St., COLUMBUS, OHIO. Dgl5-d5tAwAtw3t Sheriff's Sale. John Knopf ,r a. " i Superior Court ef Franklin John K.'HoyI I et !. county, uiiio. IN PI USfJANCK OF Art ORDER or said Court to ma HtrAntad. I will nfl r Inr .ntn publio auotion, at tbe door of the Court llouse in the city oi lyoiumnus, On Saturday, the 22d day of October, A. D. 18C4, at two o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, situate in Franklin oounty and State of Ohio, to-witi- jot number twentr-flve V) in Miller's second ad dition to the city of Columbus, asdolineated on the plat of said addition, and as recorded in ths Record er s office of Franklin oouutj, Ohio. Apnraiiod at ??.. - , , YYM. DOMlUAN. Printer's fees 5r Sheriff. lepJl-dltAwtd , ; .I. : - , , Master Commissioner's Sale. Abraham Carlisle a ' Superior Court of i et al.) Franklin county, Ohio. ' vs. Gideon Vandemark f If PURSUANCE X said Court to me dl OF Art OltnKIl or aid Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at publio auotion, at the door of the Court House, in the oily of Columbus, on . , Tuesday, the 14th day of Octo&er, A.D. 18C4, at o'elook P. M., the following described real es tate, situate in Franklin oounty, and. State of Ohio, to wits . Thirtv-fonr and one-half (St W) feet off of the west fide of In-lot number seven hundred and ninety eight (1SS), in the city of Columbus, Franklin- ooun ty, Ohii, as designated on the map of said oity. Appraised at 6700. r ts , WM. DOMIGAIf, - :,t.- .! Sheriff and Master Commissioner. Printer's fees $5 po. ... optlO-dltAwld WHITS MARSAlLLES CANTON FLANNEL Haok for Children and Ladies' Dresses, Sacks, Ac Children and Ladies' Merino Under-shirlf ana urawers, unsurink .able Flannels. if aii er sort, r. Noa. Knoth High street, i auga New Army Watchea ARRANDALK A CO., Importers, 1ST Broadway, New York, want Agents in evorr county and every regimont, for the sale of their new styles of W atone. Unusually liberal terms are Dared to Assets. Send for cironlar. marll COMMERCIAL MATTERS. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market--Sept. 28. Monev modArfttalv aj,fiv at. H Mnt -n loans. ' Htorllns; quiet and unettld at in8X$10D), ! Onlil macular ami unsettled; npeniiK at iui, iti eMninn to ilifl. advanoms to Sns. declining t 900, adviuioinf. to 201. doeliiiinx to US, advancing to INK and closing at li8X, , Htc-amer Sidun for Liverpool oarried oat (172: W0 In ipocio. i i j . i '. ,.,.. . , , ., j COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market--Sept. 28. New York Stock Market--Sept. 28. Government Htoek more active and little firmer, Htiwks dull j Unitod Plates S'. '81 coupons. 107 i J-SO's coupons. 1W.V. Trsury 7-30 lUTMMj. 8. uuo jer ceruncaies. uninana Muei sippi 38); Cumberland 6uW; New York Central, : hna.Wi: hudaon. UOK; ltariinir. 121 v. Central, V,y, ; Michigan Southern, 7t i Illinois-' V '"."'j inwuunt, ' n. nnrinwenirD, pre ferred SO; Rk Islsnd, 07H Prairie ilu C'liien, 31 Cleveland Market. FLOU R-Saloi lou hrls extra red at IS W. ! WlltAl The market rulod vorjr dull aft dy, and tho only salo reported was cars No. 1 Kerf, be fore the New York report was received, at 1 TO. 1 he market olosed a shade firmer, owing to the im proved feeling in New Vorli, i COKN-Noaalos to-day and the tnarkot dull and afjni yeatorday al'tornoon J,B0O bush So, 3 OA'I'fl Pull and nominal at 75o! ' ' ', ' ' SMOKED 41 EATS-Suiiar cured Qamsheld at 34' 26c: bhouldors at llKSViOc i Bacon at 22Kkji Dried Hoof lower; now held at 17c. -JiCTTK lt Very dull. None coming forward and no dnmrnd. CHKKHK Steady at MMlOc for largo lots good to . prune Western Reserve: VwaMo for small luU selsot od do; 32o for choice Hamburg. EGOS Quiet ataoo LAKE FlSH-Quietand steady at the following flKiiros for half barrels: White Fish $ 60: Trout $S SO; I'iekerol 7 2.V Herring JO 75. ' . ..roTA't'OES-ln fair demtuid at 7680o foi Peach blows. T S A LT Firm and steady at (3 60 for lino, and tt to for coarse. Cleveland Market. New York Market--Sept. 28. COTTON-Diill at$isnl JS for middling np landS, and by auction anu bales New Orleans attl It (ill itr and 1 ihx1 07 for "amacd do. FI.OUK Market for St;e aad Western SftSSSo better, and more doing; for extra State: t3M;ofor superfine Western; $10 M4110 bo for Itound Hoop Ohio; I0 tSH 45 for trade brand), tho uiarket closing dull, and holders mure disposed to realize. WmSKY-FIrmerj Westorn $1 7&S1 T7, chiefl WHEAT Tbe market 6o better; 1 nkcSlIM for Chirago spring : mxm OH for amber Michiean; 2 10 for ainbrr Kentucky; ea MX for now Whitr Kentucky. RYE Quiet. Wostorn, chielly at the latter price. uat.m rirmoratBHc for Western. COFFEE Very quiet. SUOAK Moderate request. JIOI,ASSKS-Dull. l'ETKO l,EL'M Dull at Sf flOn for ernrle- tn. refined in bond, and T4S)7So for refined, free. HOl'S-Quiet at S03a for old. and too for new crop. WOOLr-Dull and heavy. l'OUK Duei.lo.llv firmr .n f;, AA .t $3940 for Moss, closing at latter price; i'M 6v40 So for new do, cash, closing at ths hitter price; .17 33S for prime, the lattr an extreme, and 4141 40 for prime moss. IIEEF Steady and rather more doing; $10U for eountry moss; 7 6lo for prime: 16IH SO for re adied moss, and l8se24 for oxtra mess; prime Meat leer dull and nominal. l.AKD Decidedly Armor and In ae.tiva ilnmanJ t IS' y'21e, and small lots at HI Vi lli, T 1' Kit More active at 3ik38o for Ohio. tdltLab Steady at llKailic for common to prime. IN FOR THE CAMPAIGN I LEATHE AT LOWER PRICES Than any ironse In the Trade, or 1 ortelt 93,000, nt IVo. C80 South riifflA St., OOXjT73VEST7S, O. C. C SMITH. Just Received and for Sale, 720 SIDES or SLAUGHTER AND liuenos Avres Hole leather. two Mdos of bet Upper Leather. 200 Slaughter Domestic Kips, loo Slaughter Domextio Calf. 10 dozen best brands French Calf. . 18 doton assorted Goat Morocco. 100 Sides of ohoioe Fair Skirting. 210 Sides of fair and black Bridle Leather. Koo lbs. No. 1 illack Harness. 75dncan Lininnand TnnninffS. And a large and general assortment of everything in ine t inuingiino. iteuieinber Uiu: No. 280 South High Street. ITTlu Highest Prices Paid for Hides at ail limes. sepSWAwaw TEASITEAS! THE ATTElf TIO OF DEALERS, lintel Keepers and Families, desirous of obtain -ing choice Teas at reasonable rates, is rojpoctXully directed to our COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GREEN, BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Which we offbr in original packages, or in quanti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, and while orders are constantly coming in for "Just such Tea as you sent us before," complaints rarely occur. Persons who, as a matter of taste, or lrom hvgienio considerations, use Illack lea, otten liud it ditlicult to get a good article, out choice: BLACK TEAS cannot bs excelled, and have established a reputa tion ior us wnerever we nave soia mora. OUR NATURAL, LEAFS are of the purest and sweetest chops, and being cured in the sun, are froe from the doluterious ef fects produced oy contact witn coppor. A full line of staple and fancy Groceries alwavs on nana at lowest maraeb prices. BROOKS. STEARNS & CO., GROOURS, No. 73 South Iligla St. aug30 (Corner Friend.) MRS. M. A. VAN HOUTEN, 3VdilllrLor, AND DEALER IX . ' MILLINERY & FANOT GOODS, No: 68 East Town Street, Ool-u.xia.'b-txM. Om . oeOO'tS-dlv PIANO FORTES. F0CR MORE OF THOSE CELEBRATED Pianos from the Kactarv nf F. (1. 1.eifrht. A r just being opened at No. 11 Town street. Thea. in. strumonts are constructed with insulators between tne nates and bounding Hoard, wlnoh is a cms MPEttVAriD against the Plates cracking, a difficulty that all makers have to contend with, if otherwise constructed. J. S. xASoETT, sept M-8ld-N. - ; Agent. FRENCH'S HOTEL; On the European Plan, Opposite the City Hall Park, corner of Frankfort SPACIOUS Refectory, Rath Reens, and Barber Hhoo. Hed-mnm warmiid rraUa mnA pnly one bed in a room. Do not believe runners or haoktnen who sav wa are full. Kimnli tn nnt .1. lowed to receive perquisites. aprlMly lror. Ii S. AnOR. XI. 1M ' PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEONSt OmCE Melicat and Ritnlnal Tn'.tltnt. sra llouse Building, South High street, v ; . -;; " Columbus, omo. Tender their Professional lervln. tn Iha ntfl.ana of Golnmbus and vicinity,. . They will be found et their offioo at all hours rlilrln. Lha Am and ni.lif ... eept when professionally engaged. , ttoptlt-lm Gents' -ITrtrnf siting Goods, IMPERIAL BHIRM " 1 - -Cloth Lined Paper Collars; Went and Boys Linen Collars; ,..- ka UnderHhirteand Drawers. . '" " Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers: Unsligoe Flannel Shirts; . Oloves, Ilnif-hosn, Suspenders, Neok Ties. Mm.m ... Jt HA!. , Bos. U to U bouth High street ugM MM SfitO ?nll nntfl WilltnrH - ' v ,v.!IMi !'.T in ,f T ' Oi'l rj " HEADLEY, RICHARDS & CO. ,TrA- J DAILY !XJLCjilXrVtS& '. l i: " 'i r '.'ii L " t .nivirf 1 1: i.i OF--. liufcjS': .jlii 1,1 .:. EVERY. DESCRIPTION; JOB TH-" f. s,i.i i;U Tali;' and :ntS . -. St '.wjjLjlTW-'I't ' ..' - . ., . rr'f 6 ,oA ji.-'. ...... .u' 2SO aud! 252 South augs ; , , High Street. ALL, WHO HAVE DRT GOODS TO purchase, should be sure to call aud examine the stock of MLS, SCHERMERBOM & m before purchasing elsewhere, as a SPLENDID STOCjk ll now being exhibited. , - i Merinos, .. , Delaines, . . Poplins, .'.! Hosiery, - Cloves,'-';; rurnimiing UQoao, 8PECIA1ITI. Wscall particular attention to our fins (took ef CLOAKS,' In all the new patterns, got up after original designs. Also, an extensive line of SHAWLS in great variety. HULLS) SCHER1KERIIORN & CO., 183 Sent High St., UeUb Block cptH ' C. OALLIHSB. T. A. MATTHmrg, Late of Mason Co.. Ky. Of Uaytville, Ky. O. NBT.SOK, . Late of lit. Sterling, Ky. Merchants' Hotel,. (FOHMIRLT DIKNISON BOTISBJ ' (IALLEIIEH, KELSON & CO., Proprietors, Fifth Street, nw ItteUgt, . OlxXOlXXXLAti, Ol&lOa ' JtWThis House having been thoroughly repaired renovated and newly furnished, is new open. mayiW'M-tf : RICHARD KENNEDY, DEALER IN " i; j ; j- y Books, Periodicals." Stationery, PICTtTEE8, FAHCT ARTICLES, ETC.,-1 . 55 South High Street, xt Door to ths l'ostofllee,. "r',vJ n 11 COLUMBUS, OHIO. JOS. H. RILEY & CO.. stationers;'' PRINTERS AND BINDERS, .. 19Sr ':- ,.::,.5 TTTLiori. DBlooli- F OLD EI) NOTE.LETTEK AND CAP PAPERS; 1,200,000 Envelopes; 350 Kins. Flat Cap Paper; Hit Rms. Double Flat Cap Paper: KO Kins. Flat folio Post; 160 Rms. Flat Letter Paper, M Rms. loiny Paper; 74 Km. Medium Paper; U Kins. Ko.val Paper; 3 Uins, Super Royal. Pans, Pencils, Inks. Fluids. Muailaira. Patent Hlnttlnr anil Kb. vclope Paper. ' CONGRESS ENVELOPES ASSORTED SIZES, i Tin Ware foroffices. Copying Presses and Books.! JOS. II. RILEY fc CO. ugM-dlwAwtw ' : " -' - CHEAP PASSAGE TO AND nOst GEEAT.BSITAIN & IRELAND. rrAPSCOTT BROTHERS ' A BROTHERS ' A CO'S EM; 1 GRATION AND FOREIGN EXCBANti UfMUII. e SOUTH BTKKBT, JSIW I ORE. . , DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOT LAND AND WALES. . TAPSUOTT'S FAVORITE LINE OF 1AT. ERl'OOL PACKETS SAILS EVERY . THK DAYS. - ' .3 ' X iw or loxdox rAcxsra, SAIXS TKBT TIK H ATI. ; v " . , Parties wishing to send for their friends or remit money to ths Old Country, can do so at the lowest rates 07 applying to -. " fiAILKYf THOMPSOIf et CO., , , sepS-w3tn BANKERS. COLUMBUS. 0.4 fJlri)iill1(l,l)' i::lB.::L, FAIENESTOCK'S ; Da Smt We take moch pleasure in aniW yon that there is no Vermif nee now In ne !( wa We have sld it lajr-il v at retail, and snoceM. We are Druggists and Phrsieiain. aiij ' have prescribed it for our patients, aud have' bcu mm: X cu huidwi niui iu eueui. lTHiea. N. K . BAXTOH A BISE0P.