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Shockiko Casualty Youkq Lady and
Child Killed on thb Central Railroad,
A lamentable casualty occurred oa the
Central Ohio railroad, to the train leaving
thlaxlty Wednesday morning for the East,
When near Pataskala, and in rapid motion,
a brakeman ordered a lady who had seven
children with her trom one passenger car
Into another. The mother while passing
out, requested a young lady passenger to
assist her across the platform w ith her farm
ly, and the young lady generously volun
teercd her assistance. Taking a child about
threo years old in her arms the young
lady attempted to step from ono plat
form to another, but her foot or skirts
caught , upon something, and she was
precipitated under the cars, still hold
ing the child in her arms. The wheels of
two cars passed over her, cutting off both
her . teet about the instep, one arm at the
shoulder, and mangling her person in a
most dreadful and shocking manner. She
lived but a few minutes, and the child was
instantly killed. ' The train was stopped
and the mangled bodies of the unfortunate
young lady and infant were conveyed to a
neighboring house and properly cared for.
Theyoungladywhoselife was thussuddenly
and horribly terminated, was about eighteen
years of age and of prepossessing appear
ance, and was on her way from Lexington,
Kentucky, to her home in Philadelphia.
Tub Turf Races Yesterday. The
fall racing term began yesterday under fa
vorable auspices, and the first races at
Olentangy Park were brilliant and exciting.
Mr. Conllak's noble horse John McKlnney
became the favorite before tho close of the
first heat, and beat all competitors with ease.
The crowd in attendance was large and re
spectable, many ladles gracing the course
with their presence. The following is tlio
summary of the day's trotting, best three
Wheat. Wheat. 3d hot.
John McKlnney Ill
Quaker Hoy 0 0 0
Turner' Lid Riler din.
' Tim: 1st heal, adl-Sd, S20J,'-3d, 338.
Two races will take place upon the course
to-day, for which the following entries have
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 218T.
Match for 1 1,000 mile heats, best three
E. O. Stahl names bay Btalllon Pretty Boy.
John Harris names bay stallion Buckeye
SAME DAY SECOND RACE.
Purse $250 Mile heats, two best in three
James Conlisk names brown gelding Jno.
Wra. Conner names brown gelding Qua
Mr. Turner names bay mare Lady Riley.
Admission fifty cents; ladies accompa
nied by gentlemen, free. Races to com
mence precisely at 3 o'clock P. M. Tickets
may be had at the Neil House and at the
American. , ' -
. The Fire Department. The fire de
partment of this city took the .benefit of a
little exercise on the streets yesterday, un
der the direction of the efficient Chief En
gineer, Col. Marrow, and presented a really
interesting and brilliant array. The several
home insurance companies and the agents
of foreign companies In the city, presented
the department with a new and beautiful
hook and ladder apparatus, which was Been
on the street, in company with the several
fire engines, for the first time. The appa
ratus Is a valuable acquisition to the de
partment, which may now be consider
ed as complete, as it has been as efficient,
as the department of any city in the West.
The Courts Common Pleas Grand and
Petit Jurors. The following is the Grand
Jury of the Common Pleas Court, the fall
term of which commences on the Oth of
November : James Beers, Sharon township ;
J. B. Walcutt, Franklin ; B. F. Jewett, Per
ry; James McKelvy, Montgomery, since
dead ; Fred. Mull, Sr., Franklin ; James
Sands, Madison; II. Campbell, Plain; Clias.
Patterson, Lewis Mills, Geoige II. Earhart,
Henry Butler, Ellas Gaver, Montgomery ;
Jonathan Amet, Pleasant ; J. E. Slyh, Clin
ton ; and Walter Fobs, Sharon.
The following are the Petit Jurors for
the same term and court : J. II. Reese, Mad
ison ; Nathan Sandecker, Norwich ; J.
Ilelpman, Madison; Jacob Bevelbymam
Plain; A. F. Kilbury, Pleasant; Clark S.
Bowers, Sharon; Stephen Edwards, Isaao
Humes, Owen T. Barber, Montgomery;
Godfrey Nelswander, Jefferson; and John
The IAthenecm Benefit of Julian
Martinetti- To-night, the last but one of
the engagement of the Martlnetti Troupe,
is designated as a benefit night of the ver
satile and irresistible comedian, Julian Mar
tlnetti, and a bill corresponding with the
merits of the beneficiary is offered Be
side the Flying Trapez, Groupings of Five
and the Double Balance, the Red Gnome,
one of the very best and most beautiful
pantomime and fairy spectacles in the rep
ertory of the company, will be presented.
It is seldom that so great a bill is offered
for one night's entertainment, and it should
fill every seat in the house. A large audi
ence was in attendance last uight, the per
formances were excellent, and as usual ev
erybody went away delighted and enthusi
astic .' : ;' '' " ':
To a Correspondent. The "corporal"
who was. kind enough to send us a speci
men of poetry, Is reluctantly informed that
he made a mistake in directing his effusion
to. us. He should have sent It to The J our
ml. That 'paper is In the pay of the Ad
ministration, and prepared to "Hurrah for
Lincoln" to any extent. We are not.'
The Conscription. It is said that the
last revolution of the Conscription wheel
of thirty-six men' for the Ninth Ward in
this city, will not ieallze a corporal's guard,
all the able bodied men of the Ward having
gone to the wars or to some place unknown.
Pitiful. A private soldier fell down in a
fit in front of the State Yard last evening,
and before his associates could render him
assistance the poor fellow had inflicted se
vere Injuries upon himself by striking his
head upon the pavement and against the
iron fence In his paroxisms. 1
t". Dtjstv There is an extraordinary accu
mulation of dust In the streets just now
rather an unusual thing for this season.
I . Couktt Jail There are now but nine
prisoners In the county Jail, a less number
than it has contained for more than a year.
Adams Exprkss. The gentlemanly
agents of the Adams Express Company
have our thanks for files of the New York
papers fifteen hours In advance of the mail.
The favors from this company are of the
greatest value to us, and our obligations to
the agents are such as we are pleased to acknowledge.
Resigned. Dr. Hills, Superintendent of
the Lunatic Asylum here, has resigned, to
take charge of the West Virginia institu
tion of the same kind.
Chestnuts. Tho heavy fronts of the Inst
week have brought the chestnuts to tho
earth and into the market in great quanti
ties. They sell for seven dollars per bush
el or fifteen cents per pintworms in
Meat. The butchers complain that hides
and tallow have gone down in price, while
cattle have not, and consequently they are
compelled to raise a trifle on meat In order
'to make both ends meet."
Sportino. Asa Harris' Newark paper-
Asa has two papers says the fishing and
hunting about the Reservoir are excellent,
and the sports are patronizing that institu
The members of the Democratic County
Central Committee are requested to meet at
their rooms on Friday, Oct 22d, at 3 o'clock
P.M. By order of
E. F. BINGHAM, Chairman.
S. I. McCoy, Secretary.
See a woman in another column picking
Samburg Grapes for Spkeu's Wine. It is
an admirable article, used In hospitals, and
by the first class families in Paris, London,
and New York, in preference to old Port
Wine. It is worth a trill, and gives great
Hats, Caps and Furs, dressed and repar-
ed, by E. Lauf, No. 39 East Town Street,
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OFFICIAL WAR BULLETIN.
Almost a Defeat—Sheridan Driven
Four Miles, and Loses 20 Pieces
of Artillery—He Rallies his Army
of Artillery—He Rallies his Army and Wins a Great Victory over
of Artillery—He Rallies his Army and Wins a Great Victory over Longstreet — He Captures 43
Pieces of Artillery and a Large
Number of Prisoners.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 10:45 A. M.
Major General Dix, NewYork:
A great battle was fought and a splendid
vhtory won by Sheridan over Longstreet
yesterday, nt Cedar creek. Forty-three
pieces ot artillery wero captured, and many
prisoners, among whom was the rebel Gen.
Kamesiir. On our side Generals Wright
and Kicketts were wounded, and General
Bid well, of Buffalo, killed. Particulars, so
far as received, will be furnished as last as
the operator can transmit them.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 10:45 A. M. [Signed] E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Tho following is Sheridan's official report:
CEDAR CREEK, Oct. 19, 10 P. M.
Lieutenant General Grant, City Point :
I have the honor to report that my army
at Cedar creek was attacked at Alucken
this morning before daylight, and my left
was turned and driven in confusion. In
fact, most of tho line was driven in confu
sion, with a loss of twenty pieces of artil
lery. I hastened from Winchester, where
I was on my return from Washington, and
found tho army between Middletown ajjcl
Newton, having been driven back about
four miles. I here took the affair in hand
and marched the corps forward,
and formed a compact line ot bat
tle to repulse an attack of tho
enemy, which was done handsomely
at about ono o'clock P. M. At three P. M.,
after some charges of the cavalry from the
left to tho right Hank, I attacked with great
vigor, driving and routing the enemy, cap
turing, according to the last report, forty
three pieces of artillery and very many
prisoners. I do not know the number of
casualties or losses of tho enemy. Wagon
trains, ambulances, Ac, in large numbers,
aro in our possession. They also burned
some of their trains. General Itamcsur Is
is a prisoner in our hands, severely wound
ed, perhaps mortally.
I have to regret the loss of General Bid
well, killed, and Generals Wright, Grover
and Blcketts, wounded. Wright is slight
Affairs at times looked badly, but by tho
gallantry of our brave oltleers and men,
disaster has been converted into a splendid
victory. Darkness again intervened to shut
off greater results.
I now occupy Strasburg. As soon as
practicable I will send you further particu-ulars.
[Signed] P. H. SHERIDAN,
The battle was fought on the same day,
10th, of the mouth that witnessed Sheridan's
victory in September. What numbers were
opposed to Sheridan are not yet reported to
the department, but the boldness, vigor and
success of the attack strongly indicate that
a heavy reinforcement had been sent from
Richmond with the expectation of fulfilling
Longstreet's boast to "smash up Sheridan."
Longstreet was known to be in the valley,
and bad assumed command of the army,
and confident hopes of an overwhelming
disaster to the Union army were boastfully
expressed for several days back by rebel
aunerents in anu isaitunorc.
[Signed] E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
He Occupies Strasburg—Skirmishing
with the Enemy—Wanton Destruction
of Property in Luray Valley.
New York, Oct. 20. The Herald's cor
respondent with Sheridan, dating the 14th,
writes: Gen. Shendan has his troops well
in hand on tho northwest bank of Cedar
creek, the rebels having fallen back to Fish
er's Hill, in the rear of Strasburg, which
town is now occupied by our skirmishers.
Residents of StrasbuiK say that on Wednes
day night last a larger force of rebels pass
ed through that town than they had ever
seen oeiore. mis uouDtiess gave rise to the
report that Longstreet had been heavily re
inforced with both infantry and artillery.
At Gen. Sheridan's headquarters it is not
believed that they have received any in
inn try reiniorcements, out trie large num
ber of cannon recently captured dv Gen.
Sheridan renders the latter part of the re
port very probable.
io-ciay our sklrmisii line was asrain ad
vanced, and the rebels fell slowly buck after
exchanging ft few shots with our advanced
guard. The whole command, notwithstand
ing their fatiguing marches, are in excel
lent spirits and health, and anxious to light
Anotner correspondent or the ntn savs:
On the right of our army line Gen. Custar,
this morning, soon after daylight, made a
reconnoissance ot the enemy's position anil
strength, by advancing three regiments
across Cedar creek at Cupp's Mill, near the
back road close to the North Mountain, and
after pressing forward for about two miles
and a half, it was ascertained to a certainty
that the rebels had fallen back for a con
siderable d istance d urin g the previous n Igh t.
On the way out we skirmisiieu with small
parties of the enemy's mounted forces, but
met with no determined, serious opposition.
we also Dasseu a niace where it was eviuent
there had been a camp during the early part
of the evening of the day before:
The Herald s Front Royal correspondent,
15th, savs: The line of communication be
tween General Sheridan's headquarters and
Ancriir VL'linen hpuilnnnrr.era flru mi the Una
of the Manassas Gap railroad, is open with
out molestation or interruption. The open
ing anil the keeping open of the Manassas
Gap railroad line, the rebels look upon as a
greater victory than any victory attained
by thearmy of the Shenandoah Valley. The
importance of w hat we have gained in the
resoect mentioned, cannot De exDlalneu to
the public, and hence the people at home
cannot well appreciate its magnitude. Time
win aeveiope tne wnoie.
The Secretary oi war has Issued an or
der thanking Gen. Sheridan, his officers and
soldiers, for their brilliant victories.
The Herald correspondent gives the fol
lowing particulars of Col. Powell's cavalry
raid in the Luray Valley:
Their nrst adventure was with a guerrilla
rendezvous, where they surprised the sruard
and captured the army wagons. The stores
captured wero valued at $7000. At Luray
all the barns were destroyed, and while in
the act a Union soldier was seized by citi
zens and murdered by cuttinsr his throat.
Subsequently two of Mosby's men were
captured and shot to death in retaliation.
The same day a uovernment tannerv was
destroyed, In which was $35,000 worth of
leather, ana SJtw wortn or stocK was seized.
From Newmarket to Woodville the country
was laid waste, as also in the circuit to
Madison Court House and Little Washing
ton, back to Luray. Thence the command
proceeded to Front Royal, where all the
barns for four miles and their contents
un the route uoi. rowen nearu tnat mc-
Causland, with cavalry, was near, and he
gave chase, but being encumbered with a
heavy train, could not overtake him.
At Sandy Hook the fine residence and
barns of J as. Chancellor, one of Mosby's
guerrillas, were destroyed. Chancellor had
murdered g union soiuieraiew days pre
vious. ; ...
The result or the expedition was the cap-
tare ot 6,500 head of cattlo, 600 horses, the
destruction of 32 flouring mills, 30 distiller
ies, 4 blast furnaces and upwards of CO barns.
Rosecrans in Pursuit of Price—No
People Burned at Danville.
- St. Louis, Oct. 20. Dispatches from
Gen. Kosee.rans say Price's main force is
still cast of Blackwater river. This move
ment is favorable to tho disposition of our
troops, and increases the chances of Rose
crans getting a fight out of the enemy.
Late advices from Danville state ttiat no
citizens were burned in the blockhouse at
that place, as previously reported.
A scout . from Randol pli and Chariton
counties returned to Macon yesterday,
having killed fourteen of Bill Anderson's
Tho Republican's Jefferson City special
gays the guerrilla Todd entered the German
settlement in Lafa3Tette county Sunday
night, killed 28 Germans, fired their houses,
nnd compelled the women to remain In
them untill the roofs 'were about to fall,
when they were allowed to escaped.
Gen. Curtis is concentrating a large force
In Kansas City, with which he will move"
Gen. Lane has command of 1500 militia.
FROM SHERMAN'S ARMY.
The Enemy Routed in Two Engagements
—Sherman in Pursuit of Hood.
New York, Oct. 20. The Philadelphia
Inquirer of this morning has the following:
Chattanooga, Oct. 10. Capt. Marsh, of
the 4th United States Regulars, has just ar
rived from Villianow, which place he left
yesterday. He reports that Col. Minty's
birgade of cavalry has met tho enemy In
force, and after a severe light our troops
charged and routed the rebels, capturing
Gen. Young and a large number of prison
ers. On the 12th the same cavalry charged
Roddy's command at Rome with sabres,
killed and captured a number, taking all
his artillery, and scattering the remainder.
On the 17th our advance came upon Hood's
rear guard and whipped it and drove it out
of Snake Gap. Yesterday Gen. Sherman
started in pursuit of the rebels, who were
retreating southward via Bloomtown Valley.
Lincoln on the Stump—He Makes
a Speech Contradicting Seward.
Washington, Oct. 20. The President
was serenaded last night, and made the fol
I am notilied this is a compliment paid
mo by local Marylauders resident in this
District. I infer that the adoption of the
new Constitution for the State furnishes tho
occasion, and that in your view the extir
pation of slavery constitutes the chief merit
of the new Constitution. Most heartily do
I congrafulate you, Maryland, the nation
and the -world upon the event. I regret
that it did not occur two years sooner,
which I am sure would -have saved to the
nation more money, and that would have
met all the private loss incident to the
measure. But it lias come at last, and I
sincerely hope Its friends may fully realize
all their anticipations of good from it, and
that its opponents may by its effects bo
agreeably and profitably disappointed.
A word upon another subject. Some
thing said bv the Secretary of State, in his
receiitspeecli at Auburn, has been construed
by some into a threat that if I shall be
beaten at the election I will, between then
and the end of my constitutional term, do
what I may be able to ruin the Govern
ment. Others regard the fact that the Chi
cago Convention adjourned not sine die,
but to meet again if called to do so by
particular individuals, as an intimation
of a purpose that if its nominee
shall bo elected he will at once seize
control of the Government. I hope the
good people will permit themselves to suf
fer no uneasiness on either point. I am
struggling to maintain the Government,
not to overthrow it. I therefore say that if
I shall live I shall remain President until
tho 4th of next March, and that whoever
shall be constitutionally elected therefor In
November, shall be duly installed as Presi
dent on the 4th of March, and that in the
interval I shall do my utmost that whoever
is to hold the helm for the next voyageshall
stand the best possible chance to save the
ship. This is due to the people both on
principle and under the Constitution. Their
constitutionally expressed will is the ulti
mate law lor all. If they should deliberate
ly resolve to have immediate peace, even at
the loss ot their country and lihert es, I
know not the power or right to resist them.
Itistheirown business, and they must do as
they please with their own. I believe, how
ever, they are still resolved to preserve their
country and their liberty, and in this office
or out of it, I am resolved to stand by them.
I may add that in this purpose to save the
country and its liberties no class of people
seem so nearly unanimous as the soldiers in
the field and seamen afloat. Do they not
have the hardest of it? Who should quail,
when they do not? God bless the soldiers
and seamen and all their brave commanders.
Guerrilla Operations on the Potomac.
New York, Oct. 20. The Commercial's
Washington special has the following :
The gurrillas of Mosby's gang are be
coming bold in their depredations, and,
guided by secession residents of the coun
try who embrace every opportunity to act
the part of spies -and informers, frequently
raid some distance withiu the Union lines.
Wednesday morning at one o'clock a party
oi four of Mosby's men approached the
house of Mr. Reed, one hundred yards from
Falls Church hospital and seven miles from
Washington, and surrounded Mr. Reed and
two out of live of his negroes, who wero
aiding him to guard his property. One of
the negroes was shot dead. The gang then
carried Mr. Reed and the other negro ten
miles to the woods, where they shot and
killed Mr. Reed and severely wounded the
negro. They then decamped. One of the
survivors managed to return after the mur
derers left, and guided a party ot soldiers
to the spot where his master was killed,
and secured the body.
These outrages so near Washington are
beginning to be regarded as a serious dis
Gen. Hanson Recovering—Guerrillas
on the Nashville Railroad—
on the Nashville Railroad— Gen. Stoneman Exchanged.
Louisville, Oct. 20. The Journal learns
that John C. Breckinridge telegraphs that
Col. Hanson, wounded and a prisoner in
Bui-bridge's late campaign, is doing so well
that his recovery is beyond a doubt.
On Tuesday morning a band of guerrillas
attacked and destroyed a train often freiirht
cars on the Nashville and Northwestern
railroad en route trom Nashville to Johns
vllle. The engineer was killed.
Gen. Stoneman has been exchanged, and
arrived at Atlanta.
Gens. Blair, Cruft and Smith were among
yesterday's arrivals at tho Gait House.
on the Nashville Railroad— Gen. Stoneman Exchanged. Sheridan's Victory---Trial of the
New York, Oct. 20. The Post has the
following in its Washington specials :
There Ts a great rejoicing here over Sher
idan's victory ; the details coming in are
better even than the official reports already
The merchants who were arrested In this
city Monday on a charge of contrabanding,
were brought to trial to-day before a mili
tary commission. The evidence against
some of these men is overwhelming. It is
shown that they furnished goods to block
ade runners, with full knowledge of their
destination. The trial Is still going on.
Sheridan to Supersede Meade.
New York, Oct. 20. The World's Wash
nrrfni, anpMnl haaarenort that Sheridan
will shortly supersede Meade. The reason
given Is a disagreement between Grant and
Meado concerning some movements south
Naw York, Oct. 20.- Broadway Is agatn
decked In national colors In celebration of
Sheridan's late magnificent victory.
Eight of the Bank Robbers Caught.
Burlington, Vt, Oct. 20. Eight of the
raiders who entered St. Albans and robbed
the banks and murdered citizens, have been
caught, and $30,000 of the money recover
ed. They were caught at Stanbridgo and
Farnhain, Canada East. The remainder
have been seen on the road, and will prob
ably also be captured.
The St. Albaus Bank and the 1st Nation
al Bank ot St. Albans will both redeem
their bills as usual. The recent robbery
las not affected their solvency.
St. Albans. Oct. 204 P. M. Cant. Con
ger's party fiavo just returned and report
that they caught the leader of the raiders
Bt stanoridge and recovered $100,000 in ad
dition to the $50,000 recovered this morn
ing. The Canadian authorities are still after
tho villains, and there Is a good prospect of
tne capture oi tne whole gang. The Gov
ernor General of Canada has telegraphed
that he will respond to a requisition from
the United States Government for the sur
render of the robbers already arrested and
such as may be hereafter arrested. The St.
Albans Bank lost $75,000; the Franklin
County Bank $35,000, and the First National
All apprehensions of any further danger
at present from the marauders is-entirely
removed. Captain Wickerson, of the Vet
eran Reserve Corps, is garrisoning the bor
der with 145 convalescents from the hospi
tals at Brattleboro. Judge Aldic, of the
Supreme Court, has just returned from
Montreal, where he had a satisfactory in
terview with the Canadian authorities, and
Is now preparing the necessary papers to
bring tho captured raiders before our
courts nnder the extradition treaty.
Major Austin lias dispatched (J. 1. Uar-
stow to St. Johns, C. .. in order, if possi
ble, to secure the arrest oi a party ot the
raiders who are approaching that place
The banks of this place suffered severely,
but the St. Albans Bank announces that
they will redeem their bills.
We learn that in a skirmish last evening
at Lorelesburg four of the raiders were
captured. Win. Hunt, of the bailiffs of
that municipality, icll mortally wounded
while endeavoring to capture the raiders.
The provincial authorities of the frontier
towns did everything in their power to ac
complish the arrests of the rascals. Six of
the horses taken by the scoundrels have
River Side Trotting Park Stables
Burned, with a Number of Fast
Boston, Oct. 20. Tho stables at River
Side Trotting Park, in Brighton, were de
stroyed by lire last night, with twenty
three horses, including some of the best
trotting stock in the country. The follow
ing are some of the famous horses lost:
Young Sultan and May Kimball, both own
ed by J. E. Maynard ; Belle of Hartford and
mate, Lady Litchfield; the well known
horse Prince, and a splendid bay horse; six
horses belonging to Mr. Breekwith, of
Hartford; Black Hawk and Telegraph,
owned by Reuben Dana; Buchanan and
Pat, owned by Mr. Osborn, New York;
Grey Eagle, owned by C II. Blanchard,
Boston; Albany Maid, owned by Mr. Whit
comb; a magnificent bay colt, belonging to
Mr. Fullum; the gelding which trotted on
the track yesterday in a five mile race.
The fire spread so rapidly that very few of
the horses In the stable could be saved.
Financial—The National Banks.
New York, Oct. 20. The Commercial, in
its money article says: There are indications
that some important modifications of the
financial policy of the Government will be
proposed next Congress. The whole ma
chinery of finance has worked with so much
Irregularity, and is producing such embar
rassing fluctuations in the commerce of
the -country, that (Jongress will be called
upon to retract some of its past errors.
The National Banks are not satisfied with
the conditions by which Congress nas regu
lated their action, and at their meeting held
yesterday at the Astor House organized a
permanent organization for protecting their
interests. Among other things against
which they ask to be shielded, is the tax
law, which they maintain operates oppres
sively upon their interests. The movement
ot the oanKs is m direct opposition to the
views of the Treasury Department, and
Comptroller McCullough is understood to
have strongly denounced any protective
combination, and we have information from
well informed sources at Washington that
Secretary Fessenden contemplates recom
mending to suppress the advocation ot a
law authorizing the payment of custom
duties in greenbacks, the motive being, by
putting down the price of gold, to reduce
the expenditures of the Government.
The Canadian Confederation.
Quebko, Oct. 20. Tne Confederation Con
ference has decided in reference to members
to the Legislative Councils to the new Con
federacy, that they be selected from tho
members of tho Legislative Council of the
several provinces, instead of selected by the
people. Provision is made for the admis
sion of representatives from the Red river
country. The Conference are engaged in
the discussion of the appointment of the
representation of the Lower House.
Business Resumed at Memphis.
Cairo, Oct. 20. The steamer. Nannie
Byers, from Memphis, passed with 340 bales
of cotton for Cincinnati. Business, which
had been entirely suspended at Memphis,
has been resumed again and the militia dis
charged, as thg. danger is believed to be
passed. It is the opinion at headquarters
that the rebels have no intention ot attak
ing Memphis, and that their presence be
yond is merely designed to cover a march
ot troops into Kentucky. There is no reb
el force within five miles of the city. The
last heard of Chalmers he was south oi
Hernando, retreating towards the Swamps
of the Tallahatchie. Forrest was en route
lor Meridian with his prisoners.
Philadelphia, Oct. 20. Official returns
from Clarence county give a Democratic
majority of 870; Democratio loss 10.
Philadelphia, Oct. 20. All the banks of
this city except four held a meeting ot their
stockholders to-day, and resolved to accept
the act by which they can become National
Washington, Oct. 20.--The President
has recognized Jas. Nicholas Adelbrich
Benzelger as Consul of the Swiss Confede
ration at Cincinnati, for Ohio, Indiana and
Kentucky; also Henry Butlers, as Vice
Consul of the same government at Chicago,
for Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois.
Col. Doblado, a distinguished commander,
arrived in town this morning, and in com
pany with Senor Romero, the Mexican Min
ister, dined with the Secretary of State to
day. . -
Louisvillk, Oct. 10. Capt. Freeman,
representing: himself as the commander of
Jesse's rear guard, appeared at Georgetown
Garretsburg, Ky Is in great excitement
from reports of the approach of the rebels.
Hamilton, C. W- Oct. 20. An entire
change in the directorship of the Great
Western railroad is announced. The new
directors are, Thos. C. Street, of Magora,
JU. P. P lion. wm. McMaster, Toronto:
D. Mclnnes, Hamilton, and Clias. Hunt, of
Loudon, C. W.
(Lata of Phalon'i Establishment, N. T
PKOPIMETOK OF THE NUW YORK
Fashionable Shevinc, Hair Cuttjif, Bhamroon
lng. Curling and Drawing Saloon,
In the Basement of the Nell House, unde
her tatiafaotlon will b given in all th varloa
Ladles' and Childrwn'i Hair D railing don la th
bent itrla. .
9-iVarna ait Cold Bath C(tn kad
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New York Money Market-Oct. 20.
Money cay and moderately active at 7 percent.
Sterling ntealy at 10!) guld.
0'ild u riKular, unsettled and deoldedly lower,
ripening at 211X. declining U 207, and doling at
Government stocks firm.
New York Money Market-Oct. 20. New York Stock Market--Oct. 20.
HS looks hither. Rock Island, 89; liurlington and
Otincy '2.1; Michican tiuiuhorni Northern Indiana
t&.'i; Illinois Central scrip, 117; Cleveland 4 Pitt
bm-g, (to do preferred 74; l'ae;fie Mail, 800- New
ork Centra, 110,'.; Erie, OiV; Uudaon, 120; Rcad
Inir, nXi Milwaukee & 1'rairie du t'hien 46:
United statu ft '.'O's coupons, 107; 10-40 coupons, 94;
Treasury M 1-10, JU5i, tiold, 20 ono jeurcorti
l'LOUR In moderate request at a range of t GO
looofi.r XX red: looo&iio75 lor XX white.
VH HAT renins 2"O0 burih No. 1 red on traek at
(1 7S; 2000 bush do free on beard $1 7S; 1 ear No.
white on track at tl Si. Market closing firmer, but
CO US Unsettled and irregular. Sales 1 car No.
1 free on beard all 3V: 3 cars do at (1 20.
PROVISIONS Pork and Lard continue scarce.
H.MOKKU MAKTri Steady and firm at the fol
lowing fiirure: Hams 2425o for sugar-oured;
Shoulders lk20c; liacon 2-S23c; Dried fiocf 16c for
plain, ltie foreanvassed.
BUTTER-Dull.- Held at3234o for Central.and
35(8370 for Western Reserve. Sales are limited.
CJHEESE Market much unsettled and prices ir
regular and nominal.
LAKE FISH Ouot as follows: White Fish.
$9 SO; Trout s CO; Pickerel $7 2f; Herring tb 16.
HMillWINES. Dull. Selling iu small low at
ALCOHOL lldl at (3 MS3 62 for 08 per oent.
tl Mi for Tentral Proof Spirits.
PETROLEUM Refined held at a range of 7a
SALT In good supply and steady; fine 2 95,
FLOUR Rather a better feeling was observable
in the market to-day, but the demand was light.
We quote superliiiH at $8 75, extra at $ 00, and
fancy at $0 25 to 9 75.
WHISK V A good demaud, and with sales ofCOO
PROVISIONS A dull market, and prices Irrrgu
lar. 100,000 lbs liu k Sides sold at 16', and 500 sugar
cured Hams t 2vio, looe.
W1TEAT There as a fmr demand for red, from
mi ler. and prices are hisher, closing at $1 80 for
prime red, and tl 052 for prime, Kentucky white.
A sale of M buali prime red at SI 80.
CORN The market was dull, though prices re
main uncha goJ, attlli for ear and $1 lrtl 20 for
shelled. A sale of looo bush ear at I. A. CJ. Railroad
at 1 ny
OA'i'S There is a fair demand and the market
rules firm at at 74a in bulk and elevator. A sale of
looo bush ear at I. & (!. R. R.. at 74c.
RYE Prime Famples are quotable at tl 30 on ar
rival. Sales of 400biih at I. A C. Railroad at SI 33;
400 do in elevator at 61 30; and 500 do in bulk at I. it
C. RuilreiHal :1 25.
HAHI.K V Tnere wns but a moderate demand, at
fl 851 80 for the bent grades of Spring and Fall.
A sale of lnolinsli Fall, delivered, at tl 70.
(iROC'EKIES The market is quiet, with alight
demand. Small sulcs aro being made bv the job
bers at 403:41c for tair to choice io Coffee; Sl24e
for raw Sugar; 27Mc for hard refined Sugar; and
tl 10311 12 Tor New Orleans Molas.-os.
BUTTER A moderate demand for prime to choice
Central Ohio at 40?44o. Western Reserve is in
good domrnd at 4445c per lb, the eutside figure! for
ClIbhSK A quiet and steadv market, at 20,li
I'Ac for Western Reserve and Hamburg.
LUtjIS The reeeints aro increasing, and the de-.
maud is not s i good, but prices are not lower. We
quote prime, shippers' oount, at 2sj36c per dozen.
HA V A moderate local demand at $24 00526 00
per ton on arrival, in bales.
POTATOES An active demand, at $4 0094 50
per brl, the latter rate from store.
APPLES A good demand for choice Eastern
qualities at $53o 50 per brl. Western are dull at
$2 60&i 50 per barrel.
Cincinnati Market. New York Market--Oct. 20.
COTTON-Dull and heavy, sales at 1 ISOl 20
FLOU R State and westorn opened 1525c lower.
Sales at t" 1-0 a S I'D lor extra Slate: t 95310 00
for extra Round Hoop Ohio, and tlO 05311 50 for
trade brands; market closing heavy with no buyers
at outside quotations.
WHISKY Heavy and lower; Stateand western
tl 72 I 73; closing at 1 73.
WHEAT The supply of wheat is very limited
and with some milling demand tho prices are 2&3e
bettor on winter red. Sales Chicago spring at $1 90;
winter red western t2 10sj2 15.
RYE Firmer, with $1 42 for western.
UARLEY More aotiva at tl 82 for State, and
tl ooaa 00 for Canada western.
CORN Opened lc bettor and active at tl 52 for
OATS Rathor quiet and lower; 86387co for
WOOL Ilisherand rather quiet.
COFFEE Dull; no sales to report.
SC'UAU Quiet; Porto Rice at 21e; 16.S18Ko
M OI.ASSE S Steady; Muscovado 7580e.
PKTItOLEU M Lower; crude 41S.
PORK Steady and moderate deir.and; t39 00
mess; t42'$4i! 50; now do ea-h and regular wav;
closing at $42 50 cash; tWSao 50 prime, and t42 00
REEF Oniet and steadv
PRIME MESS II E E t In more demand at 34.
REEF liAMS Moderato demand for western at
CUT MEATS Steads at 17180 for shoulders;
18.'o2lc for hams.
LAUD Little lower; 20f?23c; latter an extreme,
HUTTER Steady at Somatic tor western; 37is45c
CHEESE Rather better, regular and firm; at 21
SPEER'S SAMBURG WINE.
PURE AND FOUR YEARS OLD
FOR THE COmmUNION TABLE AND FAMILY USE.
PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS
For Females, Weakly Persons and Invalids.
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Evory Family at this season should nse
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AS A DIURETIC
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proving the appetite; and benefitting ladies and
ohildren. Try it oneeand you will not be deoeived.
H He sure the signature of Alfred Speer is over
the cork of each bottle. Sold bv Druggists, who also
sell the CASTELLA PORT BRAND V, a choice old
article imported oulv by Mr. Speer, direct from the
vaults of Oporto. The trade supplied in Philadel
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PK0CLAMATI0 BYTI1E GOVERNOR,
STATE OP OHIO. .
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
Coi.CMBVg. Sept. 83d, 1864. )
f JOnif BROUGII, GOVERNOR OP THE
A State of Ohio, do hereby notify the qualified
Electors of the State of Ohio, to assemble in their
respective Townships and Wards, at the usual
places of holding elections, on Tuesday (being the
Eighth day of November), A. 1). 1804; and than end
there proceed as the law directs, to eleet Twenty
Omk Electors of President and Vice President of the
United States, in pursuance to th Constitution and
laws of the United States, and of this State.
In testimony whoreof, 1 have hereunto set my
name, and caused the Great Seal of the
the Twenty, seoond day of September, In
the year of our Lord One Thousand
Eight Hundred and Sixty-four, end la
the Eighty-ninth year of the Indepea
dene ot tne (Jmiea ntatnsot America.
Bv th Gornrnor. JOHN BROUGH, "
W.AitHSiKONB.Seo'y of State; octl-dtd
Columbus, 0 October T, 1SS I
!, WILLIAM DOMIOAN. Sheriff of FraeUll
County, Stat of Ohio, do hereby notify the quali
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and Stele ef
Ohio, to assemble in thtir respective Townships aj
Wards, at the usual places of holding elections, u
Tnemlay, (lfelog the 8ih lny of A
veiuber,) A. . 1861,
And then and thoie proceed, as the law direct. , tj
elect Twenty-one Electors of President and ice
President of the United States, in pursuance oi the
Constitution of the United Stales and of bis
. In testimony whereof, I bare hereunto est fkf
band and seal, this. Seventh day of Ootaber,
in the year of our Lord one thousand e ght
ISEaLl hundred and sixty-four, and in the eit ty.
ninth year of the Independence of the 1 si
ted States of America.
WILLIAM DOMIOAN. "
. . . Sheriff of Franklin County, it,
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