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CrdtrF lelt at the re I den re of M r. W. or At the M"ic Stores of Mw'rn, Peer y Brother and .1. 4J.iUTcb, will be promptly attended to. se)7-tf II All,, fVLOIUOrS BANNER OF OUR Jn iisic by rHARLK ' wABKKN.Esq ' Dedicated to Gen. GEoKGB B. JHcGLVLLAN. Thli new and beautiful National 8nng It now TfH y for dirtriln tin. mid promt! to be the moat t milar Nfiti )nal Song ever written. 1'ubliRhed by JOHN CHTJBCH, Ja , f7 flfl Wf Fourth-. REMOVALS. K K MOV A Li . nOCTOR IT A IX Ac WHtTK TIAVB removed tlmr Oftice from 53 Kant Tbird-st. to t?!i Wtst Fourth-sr , where they can be con ffiihed at till timed by ihe unfortunate. Dm. H. A W. have hud mauy vears experience tn hnnpittl and private practice. Their treatment is thornngh and pflpctive. and their cures prompt and permanent. rrftoie wbo have need 'f the advice ui ft physici an, especially th po who have fwil-d toobtahi cur-n nf otliern, are tmllnitrd to call on Drs. H &. 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Vandivoer, AWNINQ AND TENT-MAKER, HAS RKITrOTEl FROM HIS OU tnrt, 100 Srcamora-at., to 49 EA6T TE1BD-ST., BBTWVCK BTCAMOM AMD B BO AD WAY, Whore he will be bappr to receive orders fur work In hi. Hue. I21.U LAW CARDS. JOHN JOLLIFfK, ATTORNEY D COUNfE1.0R-AT-LAVV, Mo. tiO West fourth. et., iT7-bm CINCINNATI, OHIO. ALifWia. J. r BAbxrwi. li ALDW1W 6c BAIiOWIN, ATTORNEYS ax la w , no. Of$ wn iQiro B.reet, up stairs. OHnnatt SHIPPING LIST. J lots 1MU i.iVKuruiiL, larjdlna and pmherklncr pacsengers at QUK ENSIOWN, Ireland The & LiTerrooI. New Sork a. d Phil. mjSfrL delrhii Bteam.hin Company in- mt tend dlrtMng their fall-powered Clrde-ballt iron BieaiBiDips u louowa: CITY OF MANCEKHIEB Saturday, Sept. 21. K AKGABOO Saturday, Kept 2S. 11 (r nr.w zui&ii M...BaTurnay, ucc. a. EDIKBl'BO Utiirdar, Oct. 12. And ever Saturday, at noon, from l'l.r4, Mort-r Biver. KATEI Or FAtSAOat First Cabin..... (78 ' Steerage .S30 Tint d to London. ... Ml Steerage te London.... 21 Flint do. to Farta 85 Steerage to Paris. 34 Firat do. to Hamburg. 85 1 Steerage to Hamburg 31 Paeaeniieri forwarded to Porta, Hane, Bremen, fintterrlam. antwern. etc.. at eauallr low rates. ar peraona wtihlog to bring ont their mends can buy tickets here at the following rates, to New York ; Crom LWerpool or tiueenetown, Firat Cabin, 7!. and (106; Steerage (root UTerpool, .10; Irom (jneeustown, (311. Theee Steamera hare anporlor aoanmmndatli na for paitaenpers, And carry experienced surgeons. Tbey are built in Water-tight lmn Suctions, and bane Patent Fire annibilntore on board. For further iaformation apply in LiTerpool to Wi liam Iuman, Agent, -i t Water-st ; in Glasgow, tn Wm. Inman. A Ht. Kuoch aouare : in Uueens town, to C. A W. I). Seymonr A Co ; In London, to Elves A Macey, 01 King Willlam-st. ; in Paris, to Jules jieroiie, fi riaceoe la nouise, in ruuauei pbia, to John O.Dale, 111 Walnut. St., or at the vomrany s omcea. JOHN Q. PALS, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. And W. B. Barry A Co., Burnet House, Clu 0 BTE15I FROM NEW 102K TO LIVERPOOL. mnvBTPiniHmp nn kit naHTRR.71 -M. having lultlllcd her coiiti act with the Briti-U toTprnuieut, a ill ttll trnru n t'.vv luanEunuu KKl'UOL, on SAT DUD AY, OCT 5. BATES OF PASSAGE. Eirst-class Cabin 195,3130 (According to State-room Accooiluoilution.) Third-clas : sJJiaM SuiM of First-claw Apartments tor Families may De eugegeu Dy special arrangemenu. IITheUbHAT hA'-TF.UN will leave Llyerpool, on her return trin. TIIKSD4Y. Oct. 24 Plane of the Ship cau be aceu, and arrangements maue lor fremiti ana paseage, uv nppnriiio'i i ROWLAND A A8PINWALL. No. ,V1 and 33 Souih-at , New York, WII. B. BsKKY & CO., Corner Vine and Burnet-Bta , CINCINNATI, OUIO. Or B617-I FOK CAL1F0SMA via FANASIi. A FIRST-CI.A!-! STEAMER. Wllilj U9i leave ew York on the 1st, lllh ssa. and 21t of each month, except when ,rjfr v, ,Kai.-',w d:.yil departure will be on the Mou-JsaBto ftiiv t'..llnwi,iff For freight or pasBnge apply at the only office, No, O liowung tireen v. a rur.n, Aguut. WAI. D. BMIKY He CO.. flolT 1 Comer Vine and Burnet tn., Cincinnati SIGHS OF THE TI?,r.ES( C. T. FOURISTALl AT 133 VINE-STREET, Corner ot Burnet, np atalra, la prepared ta I ALL KINDS OF PIOUS, BANNIB8, AND riCTOBIAL W0KK. OalSIAAA Ob short notice and on tba aarpt reasonable JIlII Work Ciaaranteedl. DON'T FORQET NO. 134 VHf tnola-tfj . a. luwiHia, . aaaamAM, I. v. lumW rhlladelpbla. Cincinnati. AtaucasMi, Camargo Manufkcturing Co BT VAST rODBTU-BT., 0INCINHAT1, Btannfactursrt and Pealera la Wall Papera and Wiadew-Shaiail r-UB STOCK OF TBI ABOTK SOOKt 9 nas Deen Bianuaainrea expreesiy wr mui ket. Oar styles are all new, and prtoea much lc than ever bolero offered la this oily. eaito- lyUBKE CAN TOO tB Oood-fiUinar Shirt 1 f A-X BICHAHDaON'S, IS TBI MA30HI0 BDILDIHQ, sort tit Walnut-st.. near Third. rfnE WIEKLY PRESS NOW READY, M coutalnlna tke News of the Week, both oreigm . , . . n, . , ki- u..Mmuvr .if I,iiiU aua AAicai, anu a leipii.puiv """ " Jot aala at tU CauUu-tovut, ff lw 3 WBt. HI 1M VOLUME TI. CINCINNATI. TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 21. 1801. NUMBER 23. VARIETIES. The toxt tnkcti bv TiOtilsiana on the stnnn forworiled to the Washiogton Monumoof, was "Loninuininna, ever faithful to the Con stitution and the Union." Tennessee proaehed from the text of Oan. eral Jackson "The Federal Union, it must be preserved," The Secretary of the Navr is asaiffninor to active service the best available taleut of the navy. McKcnn, Goldsboroup;h, Dupont, Alarston, Lardner. Iiavia. Dravton and Tur- ner are placed in important command:;. A large grin, cast at West Point Fonnrlrv. reicbiug six tuns, and capable of throwing a ball weighing two hundred and fifty pounds was recently shipped to Vahiugton. The S. E. Indiana Conference of tlia MethodiBt Episcopal Church is in session at Jefl'ersonville, Ind. Colonel Craft's Regiment of Indiana Vol unteers, of lerre Haute, has been sent to Evansville as a protection to that city from any possible marauding visit of rebels by way of Green River section of Kentucky. The Military Commission convened nl St. Leuis Arsenal have found two rebel prison ers guilty oi taking up arms against the Fed eral Government. Sentence to be carried into immediate effect under charge of the proper officers is: "Confinement at hard labor during the war, and to have in each case his ropert v con treated tor the beneht ot the General Government." A dftilv register at General Freinnnt.'a Head-quarters, as published in the St Louis pnpers, contains the following self-registered addresses: "Cflpt. A. O. A. Constable, Cincinnati. Col. W. G. Shiskwin, Ciuciunuti." So much for rack. A general order from General Fremont's Ilead quarters announces the names of his Bttiff, one of which is Major Richard Morti mer Corwin, of this city, Judge Advocate. One of the members of Congress of this county, Hon. John A. Gurley, is an Aid de Camp, with the rank of Colonel. John M. Locke, of Ohio, hag recently been appointed Captain United Slates Army, aud assigned to the Fourteenth Infantry. rT . a Trintiilrtr (.nnftiraria tf It. n Ib11.a- ilia, Pnlannnal fhnrnK Krtntl, will Taris, Kentucky, on Wednesday, 25th Sep- It ia reported that the Confederate forces have evacuated Columbus, Kentucky, to con centrate at Bowling Green. Candidates for admission into the Naval Academy must renort to Newport, Rhode Island not to Annapolis before the 30th inst. A detachment of troops from Camp Dick Robinson, under Colonel Brainlette, have es tablished an encampment at the Fair Grounds near Lexington. A Borne Guard camp is established near Louisville. A 'oice of Home Guards, under Captain Gibson, have taken position at West Point, at the mouth of Salt River, twenty-two miles below tne i aus. The Navy Department is educating sailors to man the guns of the Fremont flotilla. It has already sent him a number of officers, and henrtily seconds all his preparations for the campaign down the Mississippi. Steamboat engineers, who areiloral to the Union, and competent, from four years' ex nerience, are needed at St. Louis for the gun boats, soon to be placed in service. British residents in the United States who have not taken oath of allegiance to this Government, but are domesticated in this country, may not expect the British Consul to furnish such with means to leave this country and return to a British province. The British Consul at Chicago has written a letter, in which he expresses a hope that British residents, especially those called on to labor for hire for the Government of the United States, will recollect that it is their duty, by the most cautious and discreet con duct on their parts, to respond to the efforts which may be made by the authorities to mitigate the inconvenience and necessary painful results of the proclamation of martial law in any city, and that tbey as law abidincr subjects of Gieat Britain will give their la bor and satisfy tne authorities ot naeuty to demands for loyalty. The Pittsburg Female College ha3 a de partment of instruction by which young ladies are qualified for employment in tele graph offices. If ladies oust young men non filling the position of operators, it will test the ability ot women to Keep secrets. General Kelly, the "Western Virginia of ficer, has been recently relieved of the ball in his shoulder, trom wmcn no nas been sur feiing at Grafton ever since the alfair at 1'hiiippi. General Scott can never more take the field. He can not mount a horse, he can scarcely ride in a carriage, but his mind is clear and vigorous, and his opinions are eagerly sought for. Still in bis ashes glow their wonted fires. Major Tanner, who, it may be remembered, spoke for Indiana, at Pike's Opera-bouse, when Ohio received ber visitors from Ken tucky and Tennessee, was semiusly wounded in an affair where friends were mistaken for enemies, and lies in a hazardous condition at Jefferson City, Mo. The New York dailies protest against the refusal of the Poatoffice Department to re detm or exchange old stamps. The Tribune culls for a modification ot the order, and that faith be kept with public creditors, even in so small a matter as a three-cent piece. The Students and Literary Societies of Kenyon College, also the citizens of Colum bus, have in publio meetings passed sorrow resolutions in reference to the decease of Lorin Andrews, late President of tbat Col lege, and a popular Colonel of Volunteers. Past Grand Masters of Masons In the sev eral States are called to meet in Louisville, Ky., on the third Tuesday of October next, to consult "upon the most feasible plan of a fraternal and honorable adjustment" of the present difficulties in our country.. When the rebels seized the railroad at Bowling Green, Ky., they obtained sixteen of the thirty-eight locomotives belonging to the road. Twenty-two remaining ones were at the Louisville end of the track. The Mayor of Leavenworth, Kansas, hag issued a proclamation calling upon all citi zens to close their places of business at four P, M., for drill. ' One company is to be armeij with double barrel shot guns. The First Indiana Regiment has routed A rebel camp ntar Pilot Knob, and a force under Adjutant Godfrey killed twenty-seven rebels in a skirmish in Brookfield County, Missouri, last week. The Government shipped on Friday, from Indianapolis to Paducah, for the use of the Eleventh and Twelfth Indiana regiments, ona hundred sad sixty-three thousand rounds of cartridges, two million percussion caps and fifty army wagons. j The laadlson Journal says: "We hear that a gentleman of this city has received a letter from Hon. D. S. Dickinson, stating tbat he thinks he will visit Wisconsin this Fall, and hopes are entertained that be may be here on the occasion of the Union Convention on , the 24th.." , i Unfavorable Crop News from Europe. By lost arrivals we hure the London Hark Lane AV;r and Aqricultural Journal, of feptemlier 2. The leading topic, at this season, is. of conr:e, the results of the har vfst, on the Continent as wsll as In the Brit ish islands. An article, written by a correspondent of the Fxpreni, who says he has closely observed the crops in traveling for many years through the northern and, midland counties, assert that it is "quite out of the question to sup pose that the (wheat) crop can be any thing like an average." , "The wheat plant " he adds, "suffered too much during the Winter from wet in all heavy soils, even where well drained, and bad so much cold to contend agaiust in the Spring, that it never recovered iwelf." Barley presented a much better appearance than the wheat, he adds, and "will bo found a good crop." Oata were light, but "promise excellent quality." The review nf the Britbh corn trado, in the Mark Lane Ejcprett, for the week ending August 31, winds up its remarks on the crops of France, Germany, Portuial and Italy, as well as those of the British Isles, by snj-ing : "With all the favorable weather we have had here and on the Continent, rates have been firm. Wheat is not any-where plenti ful; rye is short in Germany, maize seriously so in Italy, and potatoes are generally donbt ful. Lower price?, therefore, if reached, must be transient. The harvest not being satisfactory in Portugal, all corn (rrain), ex cepting maize, is admitted free of duty to the 30th of April of next year." Sfain and ina Umtbd Stat3. The New York Timet of tha 19th, in relation to the rumored r. .ogmtion of the Southern Con federacy by Spaiu, says: The Sphnish Minister at Washington iti zt aious id contradicting the report that the Captain General of Cub bus issued a pro ciama ion inviting Southern contraband tiadc to the island, by oil'eriag peculiar im munities. We are even fissured tbat the rumor originated at Charleston, and uot at Havuna. benor Tassara may state no moie than the truth. But what has been said, and what is vouched for by the correspond ed cf the Timet at Havana, whose opportu nities to know are indisputable, is tuat se cret tirdtn not a proclamation had been sent to the various revenue officers ot the island, embodying instructions to extend all possible facilities to the Confedente ves sels ; and this statement we have no reason to doubt. It would be the interest uftho consular authorities to preserve, for the present, the secresy of suth orders ; and, es peciaUy, to take every preauit.on against tteir becoming known to the Government at Washington, a policy which the ignorance of Senor Tatossa would best subserve. In deed, the transactions ot tbe Cuban Gov trrment only become officially known to the Spanish Minister in the United States alter they have passed through Madrid No reaaon, therefore, has yet been offered for questioning the authenticity of a report which otherwise has so great an air of probability. Skcret Expeditions for tub Southern Coasi. There is no danger to be appre hended from tbe announcement at this time tbat at least one expedition bas sailed from Northern ports during tbe last few d iys, aad is probably now on its way to the Southern coast. It is known that a numoer of steam ers have lately left this port and that one or two regiments have mysteriously disaD- peared. We learn that the true object of General Butler's visit to New Eugland was to superintend a similar emburkation, pos sibly from Boston, and which may also by this time be on the high seas to co-operate with that from this city. To what extent tbe squadron lying off fortress Monroe may lane pari in it, we are not prepared to say at present. It is suffi cient to state that our public servants were sever more actively engaged than tbey have been of late, and that General Butler never acted more adroitly than on the occasion of his recent visit "to look after domestic affairs that required bis immediate presence." The ovations wbich he received on his way home were not designed as tributes to over weening vanitj, but concealed a piece oi genuine Yankee management. May we scon bear from this gallant son ot old Mas9acnu setts. N. Y. Commercial Advertieer, 17th. Incenoiarv Cannon Balls. Experiments with incendiary cannon balls, invented by H. i ontaine, manufacturer oi chemical in giedients, residing in Paris, and Lieutenant Marchand, oi the imperial Navy, were tried at Toulon on the 23d and 24th of August. Tbe result was not peifectiy satisfactory. The balls deviated from their course, and rendered the effect uncertain. It is proved, however, that the intlammatory composition in the balls is of a most dangerous and de structive nature, and costs very little. Dur ing the experiment on the 23d, a ball struck the Dromedarie, a bulk which served as a taipet, on her quarter, which was not cased in iron, and bursting, caused an opening as large as a coach bouse gate. The water rushed in so violently that there was ouly time to slip the cable and beach the vessel, otherwise she would have sunk in deep water. The Vromedarie is now lying on the rocks, near Fort Louis, and in this position she is to be cannonaded by the newly-invented projectiles. Tub Movement of Troops. The Wash ington Star of September 18 says : The New Yoik papers are in error in their belief tbat there exists danger that the five hundred thousand men called for under the three years volunteer law will not be forth coming under its provisions. On the con trary, volunteering has never gone on more satisfactory than within the past fortnight, in all quarters of the loyal States j and since Monday morning last more Union troops have been in motion on the way to tbe field than ever before in tbe same time indeed, twice as many. To-day, especially, thenutn ber in motion to join the different Union columns is enormous. Within the week ending on Saturday evening next, it will be safe to say an aggregate of at least thirty five thousand troops will have joined the different columns of the Union armies in the field. We do not feel at liberty to state where precisely. Lath fbom Mexico. The late accounts from Mexico announcing that the Juarez Government had given a defiant answer to the British and French Ministers regarding their respective claims, and have thus caused those functionaries to break off diplomatic relations, has created some sensation. Lord Russell, it is now assumed, will find it im possible to avoid taking vigorous measures. The beuer is, that f ranee and England will seek to devise some means for establishing a permanent government, and tbat they will take tbe United States Ministers into their councils, with a view of determining in con cert the measures tbat may be most desirable. Thi Fjsuihukh's Flotilla. It Is said that Captain Cox is using the utmost endeavors to procure the aid ot Government in fitting out three hundred of the largest and best of tbt hslung-smacks ana schooners lately ot tered by the fishermen of New England, in order that they may be used in protecting our commerce in Southern waters, and in eanturintr the privateers. It is supposed that a rifled cannon can be put on board each of tbem at a cost, Including carriage ana ammu nition, not exceeding $1,000, and that the cost . of other fittiocr-uD necessary will not exceer another f 1,000. Jty Advtrtwr. Another Naval Expedition—The Fleet Under Sailing Orders. A correspondent of the New York Trilnne, writing from the United States Eteam frigate Roanoke, off Fortress Monroe, Tuesdny, Sep tember 17, 1861, says: We are under steam, and sail tmrly to-morrow morning, in company with sovoral of the naval vessels that have becu lying here since the eventful demonstration at llatteras Inlet, to an important point upon the South ern coasts there to attempt to achieve another victory similar to that to successful at Forts natterns and Clark. It will be, if I am not groatly mistaken, an Imposing aad terrific assault, resnlting triumphantly to onr gal lant forces, and the good cause they maintain. It almotit seems superfluous to remark thnt it would be an act of tbe greatest imprudence to venttire to give particulars, or to speak definitely of this formidable movement; yet I will remark that should victory again perch upon onr banners, it will open to us a chan nel by which we will be enabled to deal the Eevertst blows that Secession and its enthu siaptic followers ever received. That such may be the result is my prayer. Another correspondent of the same paperi writing from Fortress Slonroe under date of September 18, sayB: Within the last few days, not less than half a dozen vessels belonging to the block ading fleet have lef; the Ruads, under orders to rendezvous in the neighborhood of one of the principal Southern pcrts n factof inter est, taken in connection with tbo sailing of the Vanderbilt, Atlantic and Baltic with ttoops from New York Other gun-boats will soon follow. The Roanoke aud Minne sota arc the only firat-ehHS fiteam-fViatei now hero. Tbe Cumberland is at Newport News. There are but one or two, even if there is a single Southern port, where ves sels oi their draft can en'er. Therefore, the expedition which may now be considered as having sailed, will be accompanied by fim- nofits ana chips from eight to fifteen teet draft. This is the description of the vessels that nre now on the way to the pl.ico of rcn'le. vous Epol.cn of. The public will prob.ihly learn what the particular place is when they h'ar of the blow having been utruck. I pre sume it will be found to be sufficiently South tn be in range of the original seats of rebel lion, aDd at least in the immediate neighbor hood ot the district of country most execrated for its hostility to the Government. The draft made by Jeff Davis on the resources of the revolted States to ptitain him at Rich mond and on the Potomi.o, would seem to leave them in actual weakness at home, and illy prepared for defense against a well-appointed and judiciously aud vigorously-conducted expedition, auch as is understood to have sailed to operate against the rebel coast defenses, ntid muke a permanent lodgment on the "sacred soil." Georgia, South Caro lina, Alabama, Louisiaua and Mississippi were drained at an early day, and it is as serted tbat within the last two months up ward cf thirty thousand volunteers and re cruits, have left Tennessee for the Potomac, besides what have gone elsewhere in alia very large proportion of the fighting pipul -tion of that fighting State. It is not easy to see where the troops are to come from to de fend the Cotton States from invasion. Tbe Locirville Journal on Bishop Polk. The Lcuisville Journal of Saturday has the following on Bitbop Polk : It may be Bishop Polk is ont of his head. As he lesiued at Memphis, he may have actually supposed that Tennessee was Egypt, himself Moses, his Coulederaie congrega tion the Children of Israel, and Kentucky me rromiitu iana ad, Brigadier Gen eral Bishop Polk, Kentucky isn't the Und, we premise you. Tbe people of Kentucky are neither Egyptians! nor heathens. They have never invaded Tcnnettee. But they would recom mend to Britadier General Polk to read the second book of the Pcutateuch and take the bint. Tllfl Ttfi170r.T,rfl Ttr! itnA :oe .nuna.at T.-.11?- has smilien Kentucky on one cbeek, aud now General Zullicotler has smitten her on the "o.htr also." That is the utmost that Christianity requires a Christian State to put up with. The Ariiest of Editohs and Oiukrs The Louisville Democrat, ot Saturduy, says: The prompt action of the Government, in arresting cerinin citizens convicted ot crimes. bi s raised a flutter in the bosoms of some of tie Secessionists ot the ciu, aud we hear much about the disregard of law. These men were, we understand, arrested under a regu lar indictment from tne ederal Uourt, ad dressed to the United Slates Marshal, charg ing tbtm with corresponding with, and giv ing information to, the enemy, of the move ments of the forces of the Union. Under such a charge, if it is correctly reported to us, no other step could possibly be taken. Loui.-ville is on the brink of danger; tbe force tent out is scarcely competent to defend it against the invasion of the enemy; and, at this time, we find men calling themselves Keutuckians, wbo are willing to give all tbe information ntcessiry to introduce the en emy into our midst, and involve the whole city in one common ruin. Socth Carolina Guowino Dlspeuate, The Charleston Mercury of the 6th says : It is clear that our Yankee enemies, al ways pushing us into our b st position, in tend to force ns into the alternative of a campaign in Maryland, or the devastation of our sea-coast. The Carolinas, Georgia end Florida are to be defended in Maryland. It is there, by a firm and aggressive war, that the United States must, on our part, be forced to dtlend themselves. Immediately after the battle of Mauassas, tbe troops threatening Richmond from the coast were removed to Washington Let us burn Washington, liberate Maryland, and threaten or march into Pennsylvania, and oar coasts will be protected. Is not the invasion of North Carolina, with all its loss of men and forts, an admirable benefit, if it forces us into the only policy by which a peace can be won by arms? Secession Currency. A Secession corre spondent of the New Orleans Picayune draws this sorry picture of financial distress in Vir ginia: Every bank, every town and village cor poration, even the State itself, and private bankers, are deluging the State with wretched currency, in notes from five cents to one dollar. Gold and silver are eagerly bought at eight per cent, premium for these notes, and carefully boarded away. Of course this currency never can and never will be re deemed, and, when it begins to declide, it will be bought up bv those who have issuad it at an enormous shave all of which will fall upon the people and insure to the benefit of the corporation. Bewarb or Traitors! At a meeting of some of the leading Knights of tbe Golden Circle, on Friday night, we understand they suggested an organized guerrilla party, for the purpose of burning and murdering through tbe city and country. The Castles through the country were to follow in their action. We make this publication, that the people may be apprired of their machinations, and keep a watch accordingly. A party that will Iresort to suoh hellish means can never triumph, as God ia just. Louii' title Democrat, 22d. Colonel Lewis Wallace, of Indiana, now at- Paducah, Ky., has received his com , niUaioa as Brigudier-Qfciwral, U, S, A, BY TELEGRAPH. From Europe—News by the Persia. St. JonNS, N. B., September 23. The steamer Persia has arrived hers. Repoite meeting the Great JCa'tern putting back to Liverpool in a damaged state. Nw York, September 23. The London Timet editorially ridicules the passport sys tem of the United States, and says it will not secure the desired ends. The only complaint that England has to mike in the matter is in regard to the dis courtesy to Lord Lyons ia leaving him to learn of the new arrangoineut, from the news papers. Movements wpre making cf troops prepar atory to thnir embarkation for Canad-v Dr.Rusrel!, in another letter to the London Timet on American affairs, says that General McClellan is rapidly becoming master of the situation, and that the movements of the Federalists by water.both on the seaboard and down tbe M ississippi River, must greatly em barrass the South. It was Hated that the City of Few York took fifty-five cases of rifles for the Northern army, but tbe agents of the line denied all knowledge of any shipment contraband of war. It iB confirmed that oar Minister at Brus sels h.v vieiltd Garibaldi to otrr him a com mand in the Federal army. The Diritto re grets that it can not give a denial of the rumor of acceptance ot the oiler by Gari baldi. The news is confirmed tlint Spiin is to join irt the Ang'io-Franco expedition to Mexico. The. stock cf cotton at Liverpool ia esti mated nt eight hundred and sixty-eight tboii'nnd bales, of which five hundred and twenty-one thousand five hundred bales arc American. Kinbaidsor, Spence & Co , Big'.and, A. 4 Co., Wakefield, Nurh k Co. report provisions generally dull. Beef steady. Pork auiet. but sttudy. Bacon still declining, and holders pressing their stocks on the market. Cheese deciinciVL's. to 4s. Lard firmer, sales at 46s. to Sils.'iRtfined dualities have imnrove-i must. Stigar steady Collee firmer. Rice slightly niKher. caiolit.a 23s. to 2ds. Linseed Oil UmIb upward. Lrnrton market. Banner Brothers rennrt Wheat advanced. Sales of American at 53s. to C4?. Flour 20?. to 2!K Tea firmer: com mon Congon lid. ColTte firm and un ci, ringed. Liverpool, September 14 P. M Sales of Cotton to-day lfl.OOO bales, of which 8,noo were to speculators aud exporters. Market closed firmer. Breadstuff quiet but steady, Provisions dull. Consols clobed at 035fi93J for money. Illinois Central 3!39i discount; Erie 21 i Advices from Manchester unfavorable; market diill, and prices both for goods aud jams tending downward. Liverpool.--Brcudstutfs quiet but steady, except for Corn, which bas a downward tendetcy. Richardson, Spence & Co., and Wakefield, Nash & Co., report Flour dull and un-t-hnnped; Eales of American 2430s. Wheat quiet but steadj; red Western 10a 3d Us. lid; red Southern 1212s. Gd ; white West ern 12?.; do Southern 1 3 1 3s. C1. Corn tending downward; mixed 30s. 6d.31s. Id.; white o3(&33s. 6d. Jlavrr, SepUmher 12. S lies of Cotton for the wtck 12,000 bales. New Orleans tres ordinaire 1211 ; baa 114f. The market has an upward tendency. Stock 222.000 bales. From Missouri. Jefferson City, September 23. The St. l.ou.s Democrat'! special says a dispatch re i i.ivt d here this evening seems to fully con tinu the sunender of Lcxiugton by Colonel The ditpatch says Lexington had surren I'ered on i riday for want of water. Before sunenriei'iijguolonel Mulligan sent two hun dred ol his men across the river to Brook- ille, en route for Quincy, Illinois. No com niissiOLed officers were released The i ew to-day from Tuscumbia renorta that Colonel McCiung, of the Federal troops, whs altacLtd on Friday by a party of rebels under Parson and Johnston, but he repulsed iberu with slight loss on cur side. Our forces sent up the river last week are now at Boonville, aud will move forward to Lexington to-morrow. General Davis leaves ht-re to-morrow to take command and lead thi ni on. Oiher troops will go forward immediately. St Locis, September 23. Correct reports trcm Jetlerson Oily says, instead of two hun dred, two thousand of Mulligan's command were sent over by the rebels, released ou pa role, and en route for Quincy. Claib Jackson is at Lexington with rebel forces. Important Rebel Movement in Western Kentucky Buckner at Owensborough on the Ohio. Cairo, September 23. The pickets of the Iowa Seventh, at Elliots' Mills, Kentucky, eigbt miles above Columbus, were ap proached on Sunday evening by a body of rebel cavalry, numbering fifty. Tbe Iowa troops fired upon them, bring ing down four or five. The rebels returned the fire, without doing any damage. Tney then fled, leaving four horses. Another skirmish with the rebels took place near Hunter, Mo., four miles bulow Norfolk, last evening. Three of our men and horses are missing. Tbe enemy's loss is not ascertained. Re ports from below say the rebels at Columbus are crossing to Belmot; also that tbey are in possession of Blandinsville, Ky., twelve miles south east of this place. General Buckner is stated to have takes possession of Owensborougb, Ky., on the Ohio River, seventy miles above Paducah. Appointments—Review—Rebel Incendiarism. Washinoton, September 23. The follow idc huve beeo appointed Brigadier GeQerils of Volunteers: John B. S. Todd, of Daeotah, late uaptain ot tue oixta lotuntry, ana quar termaster Vanvlelt, assigned to duty as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of the Potomac; also, Major Barnard, John Newton and Win field Sbannock. General McClellan reviewed McDowell's brigade to-day. He was enthusiastically re ceived. An order has been issued forbidding all civilians, oflicers or privates, not on duty, from visiting the outposts of the army. The rebels burned Ball's Cross Roads to day. While burning, a large, rebel force ap peared at Upton's Hill, a mile and a half distant. Severe Treatment of a Newspaper. St. Lotus, September 23. Charles G. Ram Bey, proprietor of the Evening Newt, was ar rested this af ternoon by order of the Provost Marshal, and taken to head-quarters for ex amination His offense was publishing an editorial article to- day. entitled; "Fall of Lex ington," rtflecting, in bitter terms, upon the campaign and the military authorities in the Depai taient of the West. His paper wag sup pressed. All the manuscripts in the office were seized, and the building is now in possession of the Provost Guard. The name of the author of the article wag divulged, and it is thought .the publication tue paper will De allowed to continue, Ship Seized—More Tenants for Fort Lafayette. Philadelphia. SeDtember 23. The shin Marathon, from Sardinia, with a cargo ealt, was seized here, being owned in Hw persons were sent to Fort Lafayette, charged with, furnishing goods to ths rebels. FROM WASHINGTON. Release of Ross Winans—How Exaggerated Reports of the Rebel Strength are Started—Fremont Not to be Removed. [New York Post's Special Dispatch.] Whhinotow, Soiitemlr 23. Ross Win ar. i, ol Baltimore, has been released from im ptisoimicnt He will immediately return from Fort Monroe to his home in Baltimore. It is understood that he has taken the oath of allegiance. Washington reports assert that the exag gerated accounts of the strength of the rebel army are manufactured by the contract job bers and their agents In this city, ia order to futther their own purposes. The Treasury Department is still actively enj.'Bgi-d in the issuing of the Treasury-notes. Liirjjo amounts have been sent to the West ern States, where they enter at once Into the home circulation, anil are eagerly taken np. The loyal men of Maryland are doing their share for the support of the Government. Two full regiments of excellent troop.' lmva already been raised in that State, and a third ib forming. Quartermaster-General Meigs is In Phila delphia, transacting important business re lating to contracts for army supplies. Secretary Cameron will return to the city to morrow. There is no truth in the report that tienerai rremont is to be removed, the President especially contradicted the rumor. Navy Stationary Contract—Fast Day. Washington. September 23. The contract for suppl)ing tbe Navy Department with rrtationtry has been awarded to Phillips & Solomons, ot this city. The National Fast day will be generally observed here. .The War Department bos authorized the raising of a cavalry company in Oregon. Later form Lexington—Mulligan's Surrenrender Confirmed—The Loss on Both Sides. . St Louis, September 23 Ganeral Pren tiss's dispatch announcing the surrender of t olonel Mulligan at Lexington, states the Federal loss is thirty-seven killed and one hundred end forty wounded. The rebel loss is supposed to be about eight hundred killed and wounded. " The reported fight between the rebels and General Lane's Brigade, near Blue Mills, is discredited here, Lane being Borne distance E'isi of that point, at last accounts, marching on Lexington. ' Tbe account of the battle at Blue Mills, fuiwerded last night, whs derived from offi cial dispatches, written on the spot, and can, therefore, be relied on. Colonel Smith's command was to leave Blue Mills for St. Joseph the day after the ANOTHER REPORT. [Special to the St. Louis Republican.] Jefferson Cut, September 22. Nothing bus been received here corroboratory of the report of the surrender of Lexington, and many hete disbelieve it totally. Dr nughes, who left his home, forty-five miles from Lex irgtrn, on Satntday night, and who is a near neighbor of Captain Magoffin, captured by Colonel Marshall and taken to Lexington ubout two weeks since, and who has two sons in the rebel army, declares if the city hnd surrendered on Friday, Magoffin's family must have beard of it and he himiclf been apprised of tbe fact. It is supposed if Lex ington has surrendered, Price will move down tbe river, and, unless chocked or de feated, attack Boonville and then Jefferson City. Judge Field, who arrived here yesterday. having been a prisoner in Lexington, but re leased, says Colonel Mulligan told him last Tuesday evening that be could hold out under any circumstances five or six days. This city is quiet, and no fears are enter tained of the rebels, whatever their force. Mulligan's Command Released on Parole. Chicaoo, September 23 A special dis pa ch, this evening, from Quincv. to the Jour. rial, says that Colonel Mulligan's command bas been released on parole, aud will be here this evening, and remain until General Fre mont's orders are received. General Prentiss bas telegraphed from Brookfield to the As sistant Quartermaster, to provide subsistence tor two thousand men, and have it ready upon their arrival. The commissioned officers ere tetuined as prisoners by the rebels. Arms and Equipments for Missouri. New York, September 23. A distin guished citizen from Missouri has just pro vided for the Stale of Missouri three thou sand muskets and four thousand equipments, to be tent at once from New York to Mis souri, and by tbe most expeditious railroad route. The Piesident aud Cabinet gave the older on Friday, and the arms will be on their way to-morrow. New York Bank Statement. New York, September 23. The weekly Bank statement shows the following: In create in Loans, $037,306; decrease in Specie, $724,235; decreuse in Circulation, $34,937; decrease in Deposits, $744,045. Great Advance in Cotton. "The mills of this city," says the Manchester (N. II.) mirror, " have a large quantity of cotton on hand, which has advanced in price since it was bought, about one million of dollars. Tbat owned by the Amoskeag Company would tell for $480,000 more than it cost; that owned by the Siark Mills $350,000, and that owned by the Manchester Mills $105,000. Sum total, $095,000. It would be a hand son e profit enough if they would Bell it, but they will not sella single pound, though the advance of goods does not correspond at nil ' h the advance on cotton. Thev will keep it and manufacture it at a loss, corn paied with the sale of the raw material, for tne iieneni oi uie operatives ana xne people of the city depending upon the running of our mills for a support." General Washington oh Arrests fob Treason. At the time of the Revolutionary War, General Washington wrote to Gover nor Trumbull, of Connesticut, in the follow ing words. Ilia language has been supposed by some to be capable of a modern applica tion : "Would it not be prudent to seize those Tories who have been, are, and, we know, will be active against us 'I Why should per sons, wbo are preying upon the vitals of their country, be suffered to stalk about while we know they will do every mischief in their power 1" Distinguished Arrivals. Araonor the passengers by the Bremen steamship Keu York, last week, were nis Grace Archbishop tioun l. rurceu, irom uauie, itev. fc. Leib, Rev. A. M. Tappe, Signoriuas Maria Harder and Margaret II. Quill, Sisters of the Gocd Shepherd; Major Valentine Bausenwine, Adjutant of Garibaldi, and Mrs. Julia Daily, tbe celebrated actress. . i of An Ihcidint. During the siee of Sebas topol, a Russian Bbell buried iuelfin the side of a hill without the city, and opened a spring. A little fountain bubbled forth where the cannon shot had fallen, and dur ins the remainder of the siege afforied to the thirsty troops who were stationed la tuat vicinity an abundant supply of para cold water. oi' Hobokrn Crickst Match. The contest at IToboken, a lew days since, ef twenty-two Americans and eleven Old Countrymen, in tbe manly game, of cricket, terminated In ths Old Country men giving up the game, - , Advert isementS - . , .- ,v BSERTU IT THE FOUOWIRI lil TCI I V " ViOllMll, OAJOIXI AflTartlasaienU, Bot rIIX(Hnt tn Mam (sraUH Larrer alTTtisMiits InsortM at tha fbltowtM rates an ) of ti lBwi Ona raasrttna..M,.8 09111 sab sdlltlonai. Jim hsrtt irrii.M SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER WILSON'S Sewing - Machines PRICES BEDCCKO I all thslr salts st taw with lufrluain- munto tnrers, arorose that ths public alinTl lie Iod"Cimi thershr, and hava aooordfasl. MBDOiimii THK miCltnof their Sewlni-DiMhins. 1 HstIi . mode, for over serea resrs, ths asoat ao--alar fsmll) ifewf utt-msi bine in ths oonntrr. m aowemplrlna MHHr.VOO In thstr business ana maklna OJtl MUMbhCI) MACHlNKrt por ew the. sre prepared Witt, auch eitraorrlliisrT Hmw. Itles and experlenoa to anarsntee to th. ptiroea. entire utl.W tlon. All our Machine ere nudo anoallr well, and sr. WABKABTBD TB1I1 TIAaa. Tha dlfferanos la prtoe boins merely a dlneraae la Solan, ai.flOS MechlnMsnld in IU. being doa th Sales of stir othrr oompsnf In trie Cnloa. Awarded the first Premium tn tha O. . FAIBS Or 189S, ISM AND ISM, And at the Cincinnati Herhenica' Instttnto as rUtIK HUlXJKhttlVB YBAHH we hare Ukw th First Premium over all competitors aa tha best BUT FAMILY SKWINO-MAOBIII. It asea n'Jbnttle, mskea th. lock-stitch alike oa both sides the foods, leafing no cbeia or rlrfse en the tinier-aide ' tr,e eearo,aod nee bnt halt aa much thread as the cealn-etlKh mm-Mnns or cell for a (Jlroular, ooatafnfna prion testimonials, sle. : WM, SCflUtER & CO., Areata. 7T Went ITorartli-at.; PIKI S OMBA-HOUBB, ell WROIHHATI, jINUEK'S SBWtMi.MldBINBS Great Bednction in Prices! SINGEB'8 No. 2 Stand wit Shnttle Machine, Keduoed from SjuO to $73 cash. S IKGIB'8 No. 1 Standard fchnttle Machine, Bedaced from tx to 970 oash. BlNQtCR'S Letter A Machine Is the boat In tha World tor Family hewing and Light Menulactm tng Parposea. Price, with Hemmor, fto 850 CINCINNATI OFFICE: Commercial-office Building, Corner of IPotuth and Race. Htm. anil JAMKS SKARDON, Affent, OYSTER TRADE. C JS. MALTBY, T.KALEB IX OYSTERS!q0 FRESH CAN OYSfEttS, COVE OYSTERS, Spiced Ojsters. The anbacrilier Is receiving daily, by the Adsma Express, MALTUY'8 unri valvil and celebrated choice PLANTED OYSTETIS, IN CANS. A conttant daily mpply nlwajs on hand, ao that dcaleie and lamiliee cttu obtain at any tune, during the aeitaon, thorn- feiiptriur Oyftturs iu cans aud half cans, warranted freah and aweet Always on hand, a full assortment of UALTBT'8 putting up of herinetically-Bcaled (Jove and Spxeil Oysters. FOR HALK CHEAP, BOBEKT OBB, Depot, 11 West Fifth-.treet. P S. A liberal discount allowed to the trade and parties. Terms chrIi. auzv a BPLATTist'O., J DKALEUS IN OTf'TKPS, are now rcc)v- inff deity I ITthe Ailan-a Kx- prew thr-lr t'KLKUUvrri) FRESH HALTIMOKW IhTt.KS. in cans and Imlf.cAnH. u-hi.-li wn nir lui mis n, iu. (vnuv, in'j, L B PLaTT A DO . r3-cm B. E corner Sycamore and Third. Tine Frcsb Baltimore Oysters AB E RECEIVED DA1T.Y BY AD, WW Kxprexs Uonipauy, at OKANMSS A CO.'S Oyster Xepit, XxTc. 22S "VrXTnlTX-vitmrnitm Forfale by the case, half-rane, orcan. Pricea to) suit ttie timea O-eat liuliicementn offered tn deal ers and cotaiimere. au:tl-cm! I MISCELLANEOUS. ALLIGATOR! BMOKK-COKBUPIING COAL COOKING-STOVBI FOREST flCEEIWOOD ST0V3 J Patented Dee. 7, ISSS. ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.. Ja-v-tf B. W. OOB. FIFTH AUD It II SHIRTS! PERFECT FITTING) a THS BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY, Xj. A Keppner, Asent, aWOBTH-IAtfT CO a. rifTH AND VINA-8TI Orr Ool A Bop kin. Entrant on fifth-.. flirted directum! Irt eTury where, and at easy to under-Uud tbat anj oue cau ti.k.e Mi ok mtaare for BMrta. 1 warraut a Rood fit. Tbeoeefc to be paid to the Kxprees Cooipanr on rc.pal goodi. mbl-tf FOR FINE COLOGNK WATER either by .ub quart or elegantly put up in bot ties, call at the Fourth -street Vorlnmery Depot. UANDKKKCHUr XTBACr8. My stock of tbeeo articles Is complete, InelniUnic every variety of Ln bin'e manufacture, and all others of any celebrity. Having likewise an ahuudance of the fluent material!, I am manufacturing a Urgt variety, and mlicit a comparison ot theiu with tbo Ol any other tuunufucture. PALMER'S SOAP DENTBIFIOH. Is oompoaed of soap and other artlclea well known fur their beneficial action upon the teeth and f aac It contain! no article that can poeeibly injur tb teeth, aud can, consequently, be unud with porkKl Impunity h, person. rK PAluta, Manufactnror and ImportoufT"'"'1u?r7t anl7 3tt Wast Fourtli st . Clnolanatl, Oiilo. Clay's Hotel, Washington, D. C. TrjK PHKSKNT PROl'R IKTOR, HAT 1NU kutil tlisaliov. premises for a uuuil er ol rears entl refitted tlie same at a liberal outlay, U prepan-d to offer every iaduoetneut t. tboee rieit nf llie Capital, either ou buniaess or pleasura. Hi. house ie situated on Pennsylvania as , tba tuird suuare from the Capitol, aud about euual dis tances frmn the Patent Ufflce aud Bailroaa Depot. Omnibuses paa eery few tuiuutes to all parts off the city. As goed a table aa la set In the city. Terms, t'i per day ; U el) per week, sell-eodriu J. H. OLA V, Proprietor. Fistula in Ano Treaded mpa. WM.OWHIH, Without thi niie or Ijlasture, by a near, aimpia and peoa liar method of treatment, discovered by htrueeil abont sifts years aso, aud arhtuh has beea teurled alia conjplele sooossa la every case. Bt OWtNH bsa heea a clttiea of Oluolansd fur Ik last tweaty-fte years, so aasaraa the .minted the. tha abore la no haaubuf. for funuer Inloroui' tlon, apply at bis office and resides os. Mo. t0 Te aeyenth-al.. ttuolDastt. ooso-lf CASH BUYERS WILL FIND IT gietetly to their udrsntaae to purcu. their tirooeitoa. pvalUaWH, hl&ekM Ylue, a