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HENBY RKKD ate CO., smaf a raoranrtoM. tVlDNBSDAY. ... SEPTEMBER 35 Boms of our deroted fellow-citicens at Inclined to toiler tbat the capture of Colonel Mulligan was " judgment upon him" for the profane answer which he returned to General Price, when called tipon to surren der hy that officer. If such is the case, it is to be hoped that the chastisement will proTe a lesson to him. Tbi true regimen for those who want to make war speeches is to put muskets into their hands and send them to the nearest camp at once. All has been said that needs to be said. We know the whole story from beginning to end. The question of the right of Secession is of no consequence in the face of a revolution that seems in a fair way to be accomplished. Let those who aspire to inform us that we can heat the South with only half an exertion, make their faith man ifest by their works. The thing has gone far enough to giro us to understand that this is a serious busineps, and that if it is to be done, it is by action, and not by rhetorical tropes and figures. Tbi.? is not a matter of indif ference. Speeches are in the way: they do positive injury. The orator does not come to instruct the people, but to tickle their ears with his eloquence, and put them on good terms with himself by appeals to the ruling passion of the time. He rouses a temporary enthusiasm, which, when it sub sides, leaves his hearers less capable of stern resolution aud intrepid action than before. It is bis calling to exaggerate, aad.it is not, in times like these, exaggeration that is wanted ; "but tbat kind of truth to which declamation is inimical. Our Fourth Page. On our fourth page will be found some very interesting news matter. The Weekly Press. The Wefkly Press for this w?ek wiil bn ready to mor.-ow morning, and it will con tain a large amount of interesting matter from all parts of the country. The Veeklt can be had in wrappers, on application at the Counting room. Price three cents single, in wrappers; $1 a year, or twelre copies, to one address, for nine dollart. Reprisals. It would seem that the proclamation of Ceneral Fremont, in respect to the slaves of rebels, has opened a game at which two can play. The troops of General Zollicofler in Kentucky are seizing the slaves of the Union men, and running them off to Tennessee. Aa the Union men in Kentucky are the hold' ers of the greater share of the slaves, this form of? retaliation will work unpleas antly in that State, and perhaps be the occa sion of some summary conversions. Fastday To-morrow. President Lincoln's day of Fasting and Prayer is to be observed to-morrow, by those w bo have a taste for such performances. It is a belief which has descended to us from distant barbaric ages, that God was pro pitiated when men put on long faces, put up long prayers and went without their din ners. It is a thing too well established in immemorial custom to be lightly disbelieved, OLd therefore it is to be hoped that all who put confidence in the practice will observe the day with the utmost punctuality, and all who have doubts upon the subject will be careful to put themselves upon the safe side; for, as the Hypochondriac Tery justly re marks, "There may be something in it." Kone, then, but the incorrigibly wicked will fail to participate; and those, we take pleasure in saj ing, are, of late, very ecarce in this community. Words and Work. The people of Maysville, Kentucky, and vicinity, to the number often thousand by comuutation assembled on Saturday last in that ciiy, to listen to several' patriotic speeches in favor of the Union, from Hon. Horace Maynard, of Tennessee, and others. A great deal of enthusiastic admiration for the Stars ar.d Stripes was manifested, and a large amount of good feeling generated. In the mean time, the rebels, from all accounts, were furbishing up their arms, run ning their spoons into bullets, and, with as little noise as possible, col lecting at the various points of rendez vous, preparatory to active operations. "Which was, in their ; generation, the wiser party, time perhaps will determine. If there ever was a time when the testy exclamation of the good Sir Peter Teazle, "D n your sentiments," was in order, that time, it seems to us, is now. . The day has come in Kentucky when there is danger that "the men with the poniards will get the better of the men w ith principles :" and if the latter are to hope to succeed, it is high time for them to leave talking, and address themselves to action, Our Defenses. Whatever may become of Ciccinnati, there is reason to believe tbat Washington is about to be put in a state of efficient defense. This is encouraging. The White House, and our magnificent public buildings, will be saved, let what may betide the little towns that, like ours, have grown up through the in dustry and enterprise of their people. Our patriotic feelings are daily gratified by the information that troops are hurrying for ward from Indiana, and Ohio, and Pennsyl vania, to the protection of the Capital City; and especially, when we are assured, after ch accession of forty or fifty thousand, that now the seat of Government may be looked upon as entirely safe from capture. There is nothing so helpless as a com mercial city, when threatened by an enemy; and Cincinnati, if not threatened, may be at almost any moment. It may be that the best way to defend Cincinnati is to send our troops into Kentucky; but it would do no harm to make a little preparation that could be depended upon, to receive military guests, in case tbey should approach us while our troops were at a distance. How to Conquer. The Rev. Mr. Conway, in his sermon of last Sunday, attempted to show that the South, except by one means proclamation of liberty to the servile population is un conquerable. He believed that the people were in earnest, and that an earnest people, warring in defense of their own soil, will prove invincible to any fore that could be brought against it. This is the ground also taken by the New York Independent, one of the most influential journals now published in tua United States, which elaborates this idea with great fore and Ingenuity in nearly every number ft its issue. - This is a sorry view of the ease. If the Forth, with all the advantages, a vastly su perior population, the legitimate Govern ment, the regular army and the navy, re sources of every kind, plenty of food and clothing, and whatever is necemry to sus tain and support aa army; and with, upon the other side, poverty, destitution, sickness, Want of provisions and clothing, and incal culable distress among the people, can not win without the assistance of a servile war in the South, what does it argue? Is the North not beaten? It seems to us that a people whose demands are constantly increasing in exorbitancy, should begin before long to do something commensurate to them. If we have the farce, the spirit, the valor, the abilities and the de votion to the Union that we profess, it is time to show it in action ; and we confess we do not admire that species of warlike vigor which relies upon the absence of shoes, tents, blankets, coats and trowsers in the rebel army, and an incendiary disturbance in the domestic relations of the people at home, to gain victories. If we want as we say we do the South, at the end of this war, to respect us, how is it to be done ? By wait ing until their soldiers starve or freeze, or by stirring np the slaves to murder their mistresses, or by fighting? We suspeot, if it was any other case than onr own, we should hardly hesitate in forming an opinion. The Railroad Facilities of the Enemy. Tennessee is well posted in stragetic posi tion. The net work of railroads concen trating in Nashville from the South enables re-enforcements to reach the Kentupky State line with great readiness. THE LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Leaving Nashville, let us note the places and positions. Proceeding toward Louis ville, ten miles out. is Edgefield Junction. Here is a point of military importance on the left a railroad forty miles long strikes the Kentucky line on the railroad from Memphis to Claiksville which, pursued fortj-five miles toward Louisville, intersects the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad at Memphis Junction, at a point sixty-seven miles from Nashville. This triangle of railroads is forti fied; intrenebments having been thrown, up in expectation of this emergency. BOWLING GREEN AN IMPORTANT TOINT. Bowling Green, on the Big Barren River, a tributary of Green River, is on the Louis ville and NR?hville Railroad, just five miles toward Louisville, from Memphis junction, where soldiers can ba thrown in from the extreme South, or even Virginia, in thirty six hours, and the whole force at Memphis or Columbus, Ky., at short notice. Bowling Green bas been seized unon by the revolu tionists, in truth, as a point of great "mili tary necessity." Here it is reported that there is a camp of ten thousand men. The provisions of the who'e countrv around have been preyed upon. The stock of the Nashville merchants is reduced. Coffee is Bixty cents per pound, and scarce. The rail roads are guarded with strict espionage as to pss-enger. None can travel without a pass, and money is not allowed to be carried out of tbe State. The intermediate points on the railroad north cf Bowling Green are twenty-three miles to Glasgow Junction, five miles to Cave City, ten miles to Row lett's, which is three miles from Mumfnrds- vale. MUMFORDSVILLE. This point is of great importance, being on tbe banks of Green River the village of Woodsonville is opposite. Mumfordsville is seventy- two miles from Louisvilleaad eighty five miles from Nashville. Near three miles from this point is a camp of one thousand five hundred Buckner men. Travelers wishing to get to Louisville take vehicles, by New Haven, to tbe Lebanon branch of the Louisville and Nashville Rail road. Lebanon is twenty four miles in the interior, and Lebanon Junction, which is in possession of loyalists, is thirty miles from Louisville. Tbe stations on the railroad held by the invaders, north of Mumfordsville, are: seven miles, Bacon Creek ; six miles, Upton ; four miies, i 01 a; itireemnes, Ao:in; three miles, Glendale; seven miles, Elizabethtown. Muldraugb's Hill is passed through a tun nel. The switch at this point is thirty-niue miles south of Louisville, and is held by the military of General Sherman's Brigade. The remaining stations north of the Tun nel are: fire miles Colesburg; four miles Lebanon Junction; ne miles belmout; nve miles Bards'own Junction; two miles Shep pardsville; five mileB Brooks; seven miles Randolph; six miles Louisville. It may well be said that the enemy have selected, in Bowling Green, another Manas sas Junction for its railroad facilities. They no doubt will make adequate military de fences. They have chosen their ground, and can, and no doubt will, make Kentucky their new Virginia. Latest News form Salt River. A point of importance for tbe arrest of the Buckner force and for tbe defense of Louis ville is that river which disappointed and unsuccessful partisarjs have, by figure of speech, been "rowed up' we mean Salt River. . It empties into the Ohio about twenty-two miles below Louisville. The village at its mouth is West Point. A road fiom Elizabetbtoivn leads to this point. Tbe latest news is that Captain Gibson's pickets have been driven in. We have already stated that Captain T. W. Gibson, of this city, with a company of Home Guards, proceeded down the river on board the D. J Adamt, on Saturday, and occupied West Point, at the mouth of Salt River. We learn that on Sunday night Captain Gibson's picket guards were driven in by a troop of two hundred cavalrv. under Mitcbell Lapaille, of this city, with a loss of four of Captain Gibson's command. It is not known whether the missing men were Killed or taken prisoners, vv hen tbe steamer Commercial passed. West Point alter daylight Monday morning, everything was quiet at that point. MIDNIGHT INCURSION. Brandenburg, Ky., is on a hight in Meade County, on tbe bank of the Ohio River, forty miles below Louisville. On Saturday night last a party of Seces sionists forcibly took a portion of the mui kets belonging to tbe Home Uuard at Bran denburg. Each member of the Guard kept his own gun, aud this fact being known to the revolutionists, a party of them, supposed to be some twenty or thirty in number, went to Braadeoburg, about twelve o'clock at night, visited tbe houses of the different members of tbe Guard, and demanded the guns. They succeeded in getting only about seventeen, when tbe alarm was given. Tbe remaining members of the company assembled and succeeded in preventing the capture of any more of the guns. The "se ceders" betook themselves from town as soon as they discovered that the alarm was given, and tbe company were out and made their way with the guas, is is supposed, to Eliza beth town. It is thought that General Buck tier's camp furnished some fifteen men to assist in this outrage. It is known that some of the men were from his camp and were assisted by others who live in Meade County. BARDSTOWN BRIDGE. The Bardstown Junction is about twenty miles from Louisville. The bridge is guarded by the Hamilton Guards and the Highland Guards. Lebanon Junction is thirty miles out from Louisville, on the Nashville Railroad. Tbe Home Guards tbat repaired there, did not expect to be absent from home but a day or two. Many went home, and are again in camp, which is in sharge of Lieutenant-Colonel R. W. Johnson, a West Point graduate. Here are the Crittenden Zouaves and Sum ter Grays. v Missouri is appealing to tbe courts to post pone judgments and execution. Ata sheriffs sale, now, there might U a few sharks to bite, but no bidder iierbaps but judgment creditor. There should be a reasonable levity shown to debtors in our own courts. This is no time for ferocity to those who can not sell their stocks to pay for its purchase. The Plaht at Barboorsvtlle, Kentnrky. A letter in the Frankfort Commonwealth gives tome particulars of the raid of the rebels and of what is called a fight twenty Home Guards against three hundred cavalry: , LONDON, September 20,1861. Drab Friend: This morning, and during the night, all tbe boys engaged in the fight at Barboursville bridge came here, and gave a full account of the tight. It is as follows: The evening before last about fifty of the cavalry of the rebel came down to the bridge above town, at W. B. Anderson's tan-yard. The citizens anticipated their coming and tore tbe puncheons from the frame of the bridge, and they could not pass. There were some" thirty Home Guard guarding the bridge; the seceshers fired upon them; they returned tbe fire, wounding three; none of onr men were hurl; the cavalry scampered off; they watched tbe bridge all nighty there was a fog in the morning, and the cavalry, about daylight, returned, three hundred in number, and fired upon Ithose who were watching the bridge, and then the fight commenced. The cavalry were sup ported by their whole force, consisting of three thousand infantry; the Home Guard repulsed them twice, and although .'only twenty-one of the Home Guard stood the fire, they say they could easily have kept them in check at the bridge, but they went back, crossed the gut back about one-fourth of a mile, made their way around, came up tbe town, and upon their rear, by the street where Sawyer's office is, and upon the rear of the Home Guard, intending to surround them. When our boys saw that, they escaped through Rich. Tuggle's corn-field, aud made their escape; one was shot through the ear, and one through the top of the Bhoulder both slight iesh wounds. The cumber of the rebels killed was about thirty, they sup pose, and about twelve mortally wounded. Colonei Rains, the commander of the rebel forces, certainly killed; one captain and one neutenaol; the privates are guessed at. Tbey drove a wagon down loaded with their dead, and the blood was strewn all along the road from tbe wagon for miles. This is the best fight of the war. One hundred more men, who would hsve fought like this glorious little band of twenty-one, would have whipped this army of three thousand three hundred. We ascertained their numbers by their own acknowledgments after the bittie, and the fact that the lane from tbe bridge to Mrs. Pogue's houe was thick with men, six deep, for one-balf mile. When they took possession of the town tbey destroyed a great amount of property, and last night they were reveling upon the spoils of victory, and one hundred men could have driven them out. I sawjand talked to a deserter who was there but deserted the day before the fight; they hud been informed that there were six hundred troops in Bar boursville; fortunately for them this was a roiataVe, as tbey would have been badly whipped. They say that next they will take Goose Creek Salt Works; that they are out of salt this Colonel Bottles said openly after taking Barboursville; next they will take London, and march on and take Camp Rubin son. Men, women, negroes, are all fleeing in the direction of Camp Robinson. London is almost evacuated. Mrs. Pearl was the only white woman who stayed in London last night; she left to-day for Mrs. Bautrb's. Our country is in great coofusioD. Home Guards are mustering in great numbers all over tbe country; it we had the ammunition we would whip them certain; we have lost all hope of help from Camp Robinson, or anywncre else; our situation is deplorable indeed, but we have to abide our fate: the whole country is greatly depressed, and one universal desire for a conflict, and if we ever get in fix, and get a chance, we will show the world that we can fight without being drilled or disciplined. What will the lead ing politicians now say about neutrality and Magoffin. It makes one's heart sick to'think of our deplorable condition. Are we to be subjugated by armtd rebels ? What will be come tf us God only knows. The deserter said tbat the men were op posed to fighting Kentuckiaus. Tbe men caid Kentucky bad treated Tennessee well, and they were against fighting her without a cause, and that they certainly bad no cause of complaint against Kentucky. He thinks that the whole army would sur render at once if tbey had a chance; that they are tired of Secession, and would gladly ac cept a chance to surrender, which I have no doubt is true. I wish I had control of Camp Robinson ten days. I would drive them be yond Cumberland Gap. I will give you the names of oar men, as far as I can recollect, who fought so gal lantly : W. B. Anderson, T. G. Pitzer, T. G. Bangbman, John. H. Baughman, the two Amis bojs, two Garberts, Berry Deatheridge, Lick Herndon, R. J. Tujjgle, and two boys wbise names I do not now recollect. One firtd four shots, and they say he killed four men, and tbe other two tbey are brothers. Horrible Tragedy in California. A correspondent of the San Francisco AlU writes the following from Humboldt County, concerning a horrible massacre of a family of Icdians: There was a family of Indians iivint? on the farm ot Mr. Siugley, near Camp Mendo cino, in this county. Tbey liked to live there, because they thought they would have the protection of their white neighbors, and because they could occasionally get work to do, and earn a little money. Tbe family con sisted of an old man, a young man, three squaws and two papooses. The old man was crippled when a boy by a grizzly bear, which tore off his scalp and broke one ofTiia legs, so as to make it useless. Tbe whole party were inofftnsive; their only sin was the possession of a red skin, and bitterly have they atoned for it. A party of white men entered their rancneria in tbe nignt, a tew days since, and tomahawked all of them. You know what "toniHtawking" is if not, I can explain it: it is simply splitting the bead open with a hatchet. All were killed immediately, save the old man, and he received a blow on the side ot tbe neck, which laid bare tbe verte bras. Next morning the victims of this as sassination were found, and they presented a horrid sight. Some ot tbe neighbors buried tbe dead Tbeld niae, who could still talk a little, begged them to dig a grave near toet of the others They complied with bis re quest, and when it was finished he crawled into it. lie said he wished to die; he did not wish to live again and be an Indian; "pretty soon me Indian no more." Ha re. quested them to cover the mouth of the rrave wnii ooaras, ana leave uim. Tbey did so. lneywiBuea to utess nis wouna, and they ottered him food, but be stubbornly refused to accept any thiDtr. and. when I heard from him last, be bad not eaten a mouthful for forty-eight hours. Tbi census of I860 shows that the assessed value of the taxable property of tbe loyal Slates, including Kentucky and Missouri, exceeds twelve thousand millions of dollars, assuming that the national debt will reach five hundred millions of dollars, and fixing tbe interest at seven per cent., the annual amount necessary to be raised to pay the interest will be $35,000,000. If, to meet this, all other sources should fail, and a resort direct taxation become necessary, a levy three mills on tbe dollar, or three-tenths one per cent., only, would be needed. Even this would leave an excess of a million dollars. It will be remembered that the mil lions borrowed are advanced by our own peo- file, that tbe debt will be due to them, that the nierest is not to be made an annual drain upon the country, but will be paid out and again expended at borne. The stock will be so distributed, in the main, that tbe an nual dividends will not lodge at once in the great reservoirs of wealth, but will go into circulation in aid of all the various branches of trade and commerce. A touno lady residing in the upper part of Georgetown, D. C, received a letter from her brother in tbe rebel army, in which states that from bis post near Munson's Hill, he can see the lights of hie own borne every night. Only a few miles separate him from bis kindred, but he baa begun to believe can not pass them as he had hoped to. He had made great exertioni to accompany the advance guard, in order that he might among the first to enter tbe Capital, aud re join his family at tbe earliest moment. COVINGTON NEWS. ' Defenses ot thi City Netting of Citi-tetis--iMergtlw Frocetdinpi.The loyal citl ten of Covington are fully aroused to the importance of the present condition of affairs in Kentucky, and are fully determined to take immediate steps for a proper defense of the city. A large and enthusiastio meeting of prominent citizens was held last evening, at Odd-lellows' Hall, for the purpose ot or ganizing a Home Guard, Ac The subjoined proceedings will be read with interest: At a meeting of the citizens of Covington, held Tuesday evening, for the purpose of de vising means for the greater security of our city and Vicinity, S. Eoston was called to preside, and J. B.Jones appointed Secretary. After a full discussion, the following address and plan for organization of a home guard, was unanimously adopted: . , To On CUitmu o Covinolom, The exigencies of the times dangers Im pending from invaders from abroad and sedi tious men at home demand tbe prompt organization of the true men of our city, not connected with other Union organizations, to aid in its protection and defense. It is therefore proposed that they enroll them selves at once for the purposes above men tioned. No one who is in affiliation or sympathy with Secessionists or with those, by whatever name they may be called, who are working, directly or indirectly, to break down the Government which our fathers gave their treasure and their lives to establish, and who ignore and oppose the authority of our own State Government, will be admitted into tho organization. The names of applicants will he referred to a committee, and no name which does not receive the unanimous approval of that committee will be admitted. Applicants are requested to leave their names at the office of Summerwell k Sim mons, in the Madison House. A committee of five, on membership, was then appointed by the Chair ; also, a com mittee to draft rules for the government of the organization. The meeting then adjourned, to meet at Odd-fellows' Hall, Friday night next, at half past seven o'clock. J. EASTON, President. J. B. JONES, Secretary. Mayor's Court. The following cases were disposed ot before Mayor Goodson tbismorn iujz: K.tte Allen aud Bridget Mctfahon, charged with a breach of the peace ; tbe foirner was lined $2 50 and costs, and the latter sent to jail for fifteen days. Larry Carpenter, on the same charge, was com mitted to the j.iil for twenty days. Maria Finnicond, arraigned on the charge of steal ing $7 50 from Siicbuel Ouo, was bound over in tbe sum of $50 to appear at tbe December term of the Circuit Court. Train Detained The passenger train due last evening at six o'clock did notarrive until a late hour, owing to the ''settling" of a bridge a Bbort distance beyond Cynthiana, Tendering it unsafe for trains to pa33 over it for awhile. Annual Conpkrknce. The Annual Con ference of the M. E. Church assembles at Paris to day. NEWPORT NEWS. Another Company. Another home guard company has been organized ; it is composed of material selected from the "U. O.'s, aud is under command of Captain H. Gasfaway and Lieutenants Bodley and Thompson. Tbe company numbers about seventy, of sound Union doctrines. Colonel Mundy's Regiment. General 0. M. Mitchell bas assured Colonel Mundy that bis regiment will be kept in tbe immediate vicinity of Covington and Newport. Gen eral Mitcbell designs establishing a perma nent guard for tbe above cities, and will use Colonel Mundy's regiment for tbat purpose. Let the people turn out and fill up the regi ment. T. D. Edwards. The Gazelle of yesterday morning, in their Newport items, makes an unprovoked attack on the above gentleman. Prol'epsor Edwards is a gentleman, and is un conditionally in favor of sustaining our Gov ernment at any hazard We know Professor Edwards; and, in conversation with him long before tbe action of the Kentucky Legisla ture, he asser'ed then, as well as now, that tbe Government must be sustained. We know of do cause wby the reporter of the above journal should pronounce Mr. Edwards "politically rotten," as he has taken but lit tle interest in political matters, and attribute the attack to personal malice "J7om toit qui mat y pense. Making Tracks It is said that many of tbe disciples of King Jeff D.ivis ia this county are quietly leaving, for the purpose of joining tbe rebel forces of Humphrey Marshall, in Owen County. Marshall, it is Bitid, has collected a force of twelve or fifteen hundred men, and the citizens of that county, wbo are nearly all rank Secessionists, are rapidly flocking to bin standard. It is re ported tbat this modern Falstaff contem plates ranking a raid upon Fraukfort, with a view of seizing the State Arsenal, and making prisoners of the Union members of the Legislature. He will find the Capital well detinued. Enterprise. Captain Air has determined to run one of bis boats daily up tbe Licking River to Camp King. There are about one thousand men in camp there now. The boat will leave the Cincinnati landing of the Newport ferry-boat at ten o'clock A. HI., and at two and four o'clock P. M. Persons having friends there can avail themselves of this means of transportation and visit them when dcsiruble. Edward Riley, charged with striking John Mills with a hammer, with intent to kill, yesterday bad a change of venue and was tried before 'Squires Sine and Bennett, atd acquitted. He was, however, fined $15 on the charge of assault aud battery. New Culvert. We notice that workmen are busily engaged in constructing a culvret acrofs Bellevue-etreet, between Oabott and Isabel, a much needed improvement. An important order from theState Depart ment nullifies much, if not most, of the work ot the United States Marshals in seizing Southern property. It declares that by the acts ot confiscation no property is confiscated or subjected to forfeiture, except such as is in transit or provided for transit to or from insurrectionary States, or used for the pro -motion of tbe insurrection. Real estate, bonds, promissory notes, moneys on deposit ana tue line are, therefore, not subject to seizure or confiscation in the absence of such nulawful use. HOME INTEREST. W A. A. SrnTia, (Jloeki, WatehM a Jewelry, oa. MI and 271 Oentral-avmiM. mw FewBtar Gallery, No. 20 Fifth-it. J. B. Ap. n.iGATE, Camera Operator. Likeneiw at war prlcea, V Habdli Moncmkkti and Mantles Tha belt and cheapoit la tha market, at Mo. 257 Wait J-ifth-lt. se21-tr T WUITB BON. DIED. of of FEKBLES. At Ht. Paul, kiinnoiota, on tha Slat liiHt , in Ilia 44th year of 111. una, WllliamS. Peebloi, of the firm or Peehlea A Brother. The luueral will take alaoa from hli lata real, deuce, ou tbe auuth-weat o truer of Coiut aud Ifilui atrueta, ou Thuraday, tlia 26th inat , at 9 o'clock A, M Frieoda of lha family are raapootfully Invited toatteud. LCuamberaburg (Finn.) pa peri aleaae copy. CRIPrKN.-On Tueaday morning, 24th inat , at 20 mlbutt or 12 o'clock, William Oriypen, ia tha 67th ) ear of liia aia. Foneial will take placa to-morrow afternoon, at 2 o'cioch, at uu mie reaiaeuca, xo. lit aiu,u-urei, between Saouod aud Oultar. BK1FF At the realdenca of her asn-in-law. Dr T. Wood, lira. JClizaLielu JaeirT, ia the Mill year of uer ai:e. HAMILTON At Hartferd, Conn., of Ooeaamp .I.... ..n V I.... 4 II Lln.ilt. formerly of lliii city, and aan-ln-lair af JClbert juaieu, a,aq. he fta.ALWAY 14 BE9IOKf-lneea nicy Commercial (jolleae. Baalt Ike Poet- olllre aes-tf be Wedding nd VUltlno Card. ngraved and Printed, 4t Ajaaad Pra.ua; Da L Bus lauoaery and Kavaloaai. SHIPLEY SMITH. (Boooaaaon to it. II. BMnley 4 Bro.,) a Wgat Kutl-itrMl, OCTOBER ELECTION. Democratic Union County Ticket. BTATB INAT. . K HfTOHKSON. . J(I8. T. WBIGIil, JriO. 8C1I1SF. anpitkitNTATrvcg. Oapt. P. ROOKB8, CYRUS W KI.SH, I. W. J()NB, T. A8IIU1IY, OKO W. MA LEY, Ii. W. BISHOP, W. CRAVBN, JA8 CA KLIN. T. POWBfab. icsen or court or commoh pleas. P. MALLOW, W. T. KIIRRBST. A. J. PKU1IEM. COt'RTT TMtAHI'nr.S, B. K. COX, Ja. COfUTT BKOOBDia. W. BROWN. corNxr roHHissinwra. VALENTINE EICIIRNLATJB. IRr.CT0 OF COtlMTV ITIRMABY. DANIEL WUNDER. leS SPECIAL NOTICES. gfS&nACON'H ItKHrANTILR f'OT. awCS LKB, corner of Sixth and Walnut-ita lm no vacation!. Cataloguea obtainod at College Boom, or py mail, iriM-tf J. n. TiOTY, Principal. WCSSTon Til U Its OA Y NEXT, boing tlie Taut liny appointed ky the PriBld"nt. Partioa having paper to pay on that day will please attend to it previously, ie24-b GILMORF, DUNLAP 4 CO. ft-SniAlltES WARRKN, PKOFEH aWsSVUR t MUH1U, respectfully informs liia friindanrd the public eencrally, thut ha will re commrnre toai-liins; on the lt of Hoptembornext. Two evening! in the week will be devoted to flrntle Bieu w ho umy winli t join cliiHgen for tbe perform, ence of FLUTE TRIOS Mini'- selected from the works of the moat oelfbrated wrltera for thM favor ite instrument. Ordors lelt at bia residence, 4 S6 Fifth. et , or at V. M. I'etora'e Mnaic-ptoro, Molo. deon Building, will be rnnctnnlly attondod to. au27 xJ E.LK Gnnvr., Lafayette Co., W'ia., May 1, 1861. Ef-rjajDR. C. W. HOHACKi DEARHIRi 1 bave tested the virtur of your Meoiciix'i in niy family, aud also in tbe n.e ot thorn myself; and wrmy to whom i have s ,ld your Medicinea are rendv to testify of their virtue 1 have rec mrse to no other Pilli but youn for myaoirand family when medicine ia needed, and find they do all yon aay tlioy will, and can therefore recommend them to my customers and friei.ds wjth a clenr conscience. Your I'urilirr has coinp'otely cured me of Liver Complaint and Weakr ess if the Buck. 1 pee that the Ohio f-lks ere straining every nerve for the L'uiou- We menu to do our duty up here, I can tall yon. Yours truly, WS1 CUN0Y. Yor eale at the Principal Office. (I East Fourth at , Cincinnati, at d by llruKuist-i and Merchants gener ally throughout the l inled States aud CanadAS. a Carriage Painter. f A WEI, I. QUA TiTFIER CAR- lilAGK PAtNTKll, who understand, his I'Uhii'Css.Wflnts a situation as CurrlaifH fainter. Jl u was formerly employed as foreman of a shop, and cn (live the he.t of references. Please address (j. cure of Press OHUe. ao24 f Li. M.. & C. & X.. It. It. .S-nTn ATNS KORCAMP DENXTSOH Tt leave Cincinnati at 7 aud 9:00 A M., 3i3. SiSOnnd 6 I'. M. Kr IT KM Nil Leave Camp Dennison at 7:10 aud ditto A St., 3:45, fl:(5 and 7 P. M. Bound trip Tickets will be aold for 75 cents. myWl-tf E W. WOODWARD, Hr.nerintendont. MILITARY NOTICES. W t'N'ION DRAGOON!, ATTENTION J rtn iMviiiueii, ui una i.'Uin pany are uereoy netiliid to return their arms to the Ar mory, by FK1DAY EVENING, Soptember za, ism, wnnoui lull, a i Charge Times J rTHE FOURTH A VLRV:REGI- Blfcr. T-COI. HiMtY H. KIV KTT, Uiollt. Ool W. H. BI'ltDSAI.. Tlie KRNNir.rr DRAGOONS are recruiting for tbe above beguuent. at ftS Wtst Third-it., Engiue- ht line on Sixtb.st . near Vine, and purnir' of Ninth at. and Central-av. Volunteer! lent to camp aud e4Uipped immed lately. OA PC. W. H LTJDLOW. WM E CltANB, JAS H. MARTIN, e!9-tf BaaaailtiDg Officer!. FIRST KENTUCKY CAVALRY K-A FEW MORE ABLE-BODIED Capt.Woliley's Company. Recruits mustered in and provided for u laon as enliitbd. ltecruitlug Offlca-No, 31 York-it., Newport, Ky. OAPT. L. WOLFLBY, JAMR8 BEGUN, ED. H. MOKIN, ae21)-r Kocniitlng Officer!. City Battery. JaTOrtE RUNDRKD ANDPIFTV BOUND niju noie-u oiea men wuoiea, lor I lie City liatiety. Vich man wiil btaubsiated, f.ora tlie day of his enrollment, ttv the r.itv of Cincinnati, until mustered into the service of the United Mtarea. and aa a. ion tut .mi. ten 1 it to the aervice of the Uuited States, tbey will be fully uiiif- rmed aod equipped The Battery ii composed of six six-pound rilled cannou, now at the Asylum Lot. Yuui g men having a desire to aid in the defense of our clt aud country, have now aa eicellent opportunity to urutit'y their wishes. F r lull particulars, apply at the Orphan Asylum Buildir g, tbe recruiting heal quartora for tho Oily Battery. W. II. GLASS TtlICO MARSH, T. M. BD.SLKY, a E JON US, seH tf Com. on Military Affairs, Citv Council. Yoluntt ers for nighlmd Guards, NOW ATTACHED TO PIATT'S ZOUAVE BRIGADE, W 1 1 1 TIE HErtRTVRIa AT ennrn Bocruitii g offl-, No. 17 Vine-it., above Fifth, 1 and recruits will be sent to Camp, and pay coin- J mencei, ratioM and clothing furnished, on eu-i; listing. Tliia Company ia uenr.y full. til T. J. SULLIVAN. wT-tv e-rn ti g Olfl.rs. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MILLINERY. Haying just returned from the East, I am now onetiii g a full aasortnieut of BONNETS, RIBBONS, AllTii' lUI AL PLOWERS, SILKS, FEATHERS, ROL'CHES, Sillc Millinery, Enibiaclng all tbe I'Oveltkl of the eoaaon. Mr Tbe attention of Millinera ia called to onr FEENCU PATTERN BONNETS, aa , sc. wnoiesaie ana retail. ei'a ia4 Fifth-at , between Race and Elm. DRUM AND FIFE FACTORY. UMTEIf STATES) DRUM AND FIFB FACIoKV.-The largeat lu tbe Weet-luo liruuia and Fifes finished per week. Pnce List leno. Drums of Wood, (.tand 16 each ! of Brass, Bsaa uruins. Wood, (lu, Sli. !'. $13 and 914 each ; Files fn.iu 2A to $3 each; lluglee, (t to 10; TinmpeU, (4 to $111; Urum belts. Cord, Snares, Sticks, Baal and Tenor Drum head Skim, wholesale aud retail: Cymbals, $1 to 8211: Slmi.al Instru ments ot all kiuda ohenp. IIKlTTINd A D BO., Drum aud Fife Maniracturert, e!S c No ItiT West Fiflh-atMot. Petroleum. 3nnn nni.s kkom the wells UUU of Virginia a' d Ohio, for sale by itf-c J. W. DONOliUE A CO. Gunpowder. II A 7, HII'S AND JMJ FONT'S OELE- liiuiaii vrauaa oou.iauiiv on nana ty J. W. DONOHl'E A OO , i-t BoleAgeuia in this city. Coal Oil. MJArarFACTTJRED BY TrtK NEWPORT 1'A Coal Oil Company, ror sale in lota by J W. DONOUUB A CO.. Agents, aje2-c Corner Walnut and becund-iti. Goal Oil. . MANUFACTURED BI TUB MAYS Y1LLJC Goal and oil Comoany Foraaleby i, W. DOMOdUB A CI., aa2-e Agent! for tin Workl. Carbon OIL VARIOUS BRANDS), ATTITB LOWEST market price, for wholesali lots, by ieat-o J. W. DONOliUE A CO. CLAIRVOYANCE -AM. PKHMONH wishing to know Important matter! about their preaeut and future proapectaoan bear tha par ticular! from tbe uuderaigued, who will iter only A few w.aka in tbli city. Hbo may ba oonaulted on all matieri concerning love, marriage, courtship, abaeut friends, law pud buainoai matten, Uouri of coDBultation, between 8 o'clock A. at. and ft P, M. IloiiM. 4 14. BUlh-at. corner of Plum, (ett trance on Vlum;, aocouj itury. ivDO-i MB3, WUKDKKLI. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GREAT BARGAINS Domcstic Dry Goods AT NO. 100 WEST FIFTH-9T. S PACKAGES OF Bleached nd Onbleachod Mnilinf, Canton Flmntli, Frinti, . Iriih Lineni, to. All of the best standard brands, purchased prevlnnl to the late rise, and which will ba loid ataimall adrnnce for cash, to suit tbe timea. Alio, full mpply of FALL DIIY GOODS, In Pelalnea, Merino!, Drouget Poplin, real Irish Poplini, I'lain Kepps, Silks, Shawls, etc., which will be sold at extremely low pricea for cash. Just received, 1O0 doien of onr celobracod Kid Gloves (dark colors;, at 76 cents per pair. WM. BETTY, Agent, tf-53-ceod 100 WEST FIFTII-ST. ASTROLOGY Look Out! Good News for AH!! TJTH NEVEtl FAILING ftl ADAftlTC KAPHAKb Is the bent. 8Iie succooils when all others have failed. All ho ftr in trouble iM who have boflti unfortunate all whose fond bonus have been disappointed, crnnhed and blasted hy falne prtJDiifn aud deceit all who have been deceived and trlflml with all flv to hnr for Advice and satis factionall who are in donbtn nf the affections of thone they love, consult her to relieve and satisfy their minds. In Love Affalra Hhe Never Falls! Bho haft tbe re ret of wlunlne the afiVxlloa of the opposite sex. She shows you the Ukrnesaof Yonr Future Wife or Hunband, Or abont friend. Hhe frtildp the stoflrlo to a happy marriage, and makes the married happy. Her aid ltd advice bus been solicited In innnmerabln In stances, and tbe result has always boon the means ot securing A Hjieedy and Havnr Marriage J She la therefore a sure dependence. It 1b well known to the public at largo that she waft tbe fiiHtand Hhe is the only purHon in this country, who can show tho likeuess fu reality, and who can give entire satisfaction on all the concern of life, which can be testr-d and proved by thou panda, butb married aud s.ugle, who daily and ea gerly visit her. To A I h in business her advice is Invalu able. JSho tan foretel with the greatest certainty, the result of all commercial and business tram,- HC'tiOllfi. Ia-ottcry Numbers given without extra charge. MADAM KAPtiAKL. is a bona hd ArftroLogM that every oLe can depend upon. She is the grout est Aatrologlst of the Nineteenth Century. Same ladies may be a little ti-nfd, tttonsh -"hey need not fenr. for she practices nothing but what i rocon. citable to philosopher In tact, a single visit will satisfy tbe most fastidious of her rp"M.ctability( moral rectitude, and of the ouritr of her nroforiston at d practice. All in Ur views are strictly private and confiden tial. ihoreroro, come one! como all ! to No. 5ft Kant Fltth-strpPt, Between Sycamore -street aud Broadway. Cincin nati TERMS: Ladies, Fifty cents ; Gentlemen. One Doilai seSvM.WArtf I1IP0RTAXT TO BL'SIXESS S1E.V ! THE DAILY PRESS -AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM, OFFEBS GREAT INDUCEMENTS -TO THE- BUSINESS COMMUNITY. IT NOT ONLY HAS TUB Largest City Circulation, BUT A LARGER CIRCULATION IS COVINGTON AND NEWPORT -THAN- ALL OTHER PAPERS COMBINED ! In all neighboring towni, accessible by Bailwar or Blver, tho PRESS ii largely circulated, with large addition! erery week, thus giving Advertise a medium through which they can reach thouaands of persona In a elngle laaue. EVERY WANT SUPPLIED IF YOU WILL ONLY ADVERT IS Al VVKT1SB ADV'KKi I SB AlA'KRTIHR ADVRHTISE . ADVERTISE ADV&TlriE IN IN . IN IN IN IN IN ADVERTISE ADVKRTIHK ADVERTISE ADVKKTlNH AT VKRTISE ADVERTISE ADVEBTISE THE TUB THE THE TBE TUB THE DAILY PRESS DAILY PBKOi DAILY PKKKS DAILY PRESS DAILY PRKiS DAILY PRKHS DAILY PRESS DAILI PRESS DAILY PRESS DAILY PKK3S DAILY PKKSS DAILY PRESS DAILY PRkSS DAILY PRESS Codfish! tf BItrI LARGE GODFIAH SE. 1U, CtlVEDaudfonaiaby JAS. A. FBAZEB GO., e24 No 66 aud 69 Walnut-it. P lOR TIIK LAniRS.-lrUHS J. 1'LIJUB wi.bei to inform tha Larilp. of iHnnln. nati and vicinity tbat ebe la prepared to fill orden iu tbe ueateat aud moat tajhiouable atyle uf Milli nery Alfo, baa roaiantly ou hand a fiaa aaaort ment of I'lain and Thread Hllka, bridal aud Houru. ing Bouui tf, Straw and Hack Bouueie IUt. flue Floaera, Ribbone, Plmuel. Kutl f r tbe Hair, Ac, Ladiea will lave money by calling at No. i64 West I ifth at.i between Kim and l'luin itM-c Mies J. 0. PLUMB. TaTBW OOD-AT J, W. BBBMLKY't. Hll3 MA1N-STREET.-I bare ju.t return-if from New York with a larire itock of FALL AND WINTER OUUDS, otmaiatiug c.t Olotlil, Caa.imeraa ana Votings, aud a large aeaortiuent of I" UiiMbll. ING GU(I)S Army ufiicen In want of Uniform!, will find it to their advantage to give me a call, ai 1 have given ipecial attention to tbe aelection of Dine Clntli. ae3-l j. W. BEESLBT. B ATUINU-KOO.IISAND GYMNASIUM Warm, Cold, Shower and Plunge Hatha. Boom! :ipen from four In the morning until ten at night. Blemberehip for on rar ..iiium, rrinM..fV Initiation Fee ........ .. 1. Apply to L. NOKTOK, Secretary, at tha Lafayette Bauk or at the Oyunaaium. jy2-tf OLD IHIHH AND SCOTCH IWIUSKY, Ac. Ju.t received: 5 punrbeona Irian Wblaky, old it ill: punclieoua Stotch W hilar; 2 puncheoni old Jamaica Rum; 1 puncheon Eaat ludia Arrack; 6 pipea Pineapple Oui, Foraaleby JOHN BATES, a23 National Thiatar Building, Brcamore-it. CUMtUEHANNA IIKKKINU J VtiV S3 received 10 barrel! Suwiuehauua Ueniugi, put up in dry lalt. Koraale by JOHN BATES, eeia National Theater Bolldlng. axaaiim-it TUB WEEKLY PH BUS NOW READY, containing the Newi of liia Week, both Eoreigj aud Local, aud a Telegrapbte Suniaaary of Event! Ibewhere, up to tlie hour of gotug to preel. for aale at the Oouutiug-rooul Prioe 3 cent! THE WEEKLY PRESS NOW READY, - cuutainiug the Newi of tbe Week, both foreign aud Local, and a Telegrapbio Summary of Ereuta elaewhure, up to the hour of going to preai. tot aale al the Ooaating-room. "rioe 3 oaatl, 1MIK WEEKLY PRBH4NOW READY, eeutaiuiuf the Newiof tue Week, both Eorvigi and Lecal, and a Telegrapbio SuiMinary of Event elaewhere, up to the hour of golug to preei. for aali at lb VvuaUug-rvweU file 3 oejtU, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GItOVElt & BAKE1VS CELEBRATED NOISELESS SEWIHACniM PRICE.,. MlMltMtlM ..849 Txaxs ooMPAivnn Ii the only on that manufacture! th Donble-lock and Shnttle-atitch Sewing IHaclimcs No. 58 West Fourth-sC rpi 1 -t f jpi rOXXPaT XX. ffOTJVHT, HO. a WIST FOL'BTH-hT.i UP ETAIRS, ' Wholeiale Dealar In SEWING SILKS. Machine Twist, FrlFge Silk, Tram Silk, Tailora' Twlut, Sowing! in 10(i; Furirt-oie' Silk, Embroidery 6ilk, Silk In Gum, Silk for Saahea, Package Sewing. Spun Si h a. SiuidleiV 811k, Machine Cotton, Jouvefa Dime Spool Three cord Silk, for Jffa Cblr eard II and-f ewlug. Shrmw. ll.,I.Lina and Oil, and all kind! of SCW-IlNti-MACIilJNO. KEKDLKS made to oidor. FalO-cml Liinea mreaa. AMERICAN EXCHANGE FIRE IMRAM COMPANY. or tbe CItj of New York. Cash CapitaiTS200,000. TAILOR & a0NY, Agents, an17- T6 WEST TUIHD-BT., CINCINNATI. THE CISCMATI FUEL COMPASI! COAL-IAED AND OTFIGX. Wo. 103 B. THIRD -t3TH.TrEHST5E YOEGHIOGHKN Y, WIKIFRIBI! CANS Eli AM) Hartford City Coals Delivered at th loweet market rat. MOracn gelloited and romrtly exacntei. T-aj n.n. uuBtsiLlaVeonUrr. TJNITEIJ HTATjaa NATIONAL LOAN. PURSUANT TO INSTRUCTIONS fiom the Secretarycf the Treaaury, a book will be opened on MONDAY, September 23, at the Banlc of the Ohio Valley, for lubacriptlom, under my eu perintendence, for Treaaury. notei, to be issued imdertheact of 17th July, iu auma of 8.1D, $100, II Oui) and 1.0,000, each dated Kith Auguat, 1801, bear ing intereet at the rate of 7 3-10 per cent, per an. num, payable aemi-aunnally, and having Interest coupoua attached. The subscription book will remain open until tth October next. No ubacription reclved under 50. Detailed information will be furuiahed aidrnlred. .'23 f W. W. B"ARBOIK)UOH. ISTDEW OOOI! J LB BOUTILLIBK Ac BROTHERS would invite attention to their itock of Fall and Winter Dry Good, Now quite full, which will be aold on our usual terms, at New York prices. 30 WEST FOUBTH-ST., Between Main and Walnut. se2l-f Army Sutlers, Attention I WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGB atockof Ruled Oap, Letter and Oommer ial Note Papers of various qualities, at very low prices, to which we invite yonr attention. K1X.0N, CHATKIELD A WOODS, Wholesale Paper Warehouse, e!7-tf 77 aud 79 Watnut-it. Printers' Flat Cap. WE n AVE A FULL STOCK OF WRITE and Blue, Wove aud La.d Hat ;ap, 12, 14. IS and 18 lbs., of superior quality, at low prtcos. Voc aale by NIXON, C1IATF1 ELD A WOODS, iel7-tf 77 and 79 Walnut it. Fine Book Papers. OUR OTOCK OF BOOK PAPERS, COM PRISING the various eir.ea, qualities aud pricea. is very large and complete. Printers will find It to their advantage to examine our stock be fore purchasing elsewhere NIXON, CHATFIELD A WOODS, lelMf r and 79 Walnut at. Wine and Cider. SULPHITE OF LIME, FOR ARRE4T 1NU Ferim ntutiou iu Wine, uider, ec When fermentation has gone as far as you wish, add to lime (aa directions etat which anoooipauy each: bottle), and fermentation will atop Immediately. To make real gooo Champagne Cller, use our 8ul pbate of Linie. DAVIDSON A BRO., (8ncceuon to Geo. BI. Dixon. Driiggltt.) telS N. E. corner of Main and Fifth. They Please All 1 1 ! DIXON'S CATHARTIC PILLS, (COATKD WITH 61'OAB AND PALATABLE,) FOR BILLIOUHNKHS, HEADACHE, to purily the Blood, Ac. Kntiroly vegetable. Slid by DAVIDSON A URo., (LateO. M. Dixon) Druggiste, e23 K. E. ooixer Filth aud Malu sta. Medical Disease. ALL THE YARIOl'eJ BIEASK9 OF tbe Sexual Organs trea:ed on aoiontitic prlncL plea, and a cure guaraub.ed. A mnchaulcal con iiivauce for tbe Prevention of Pregnaucy, aud all Diaeaaea of tbe Sexual Organs can be obtained on the receipt, by mall, of tl. Adureas Box 1,444. Cincinnati P. O. aula cm rillLITARUgODSl SWORDS, BELTS, EPAULETTES. SASHEB, GILT and BR.SS BUTTONS. LAUJL Ac, at JOHN BONER'S, NO. 30 WEST FIFTH-STREET, myia-tf Cincinnati, Obi.. B EKTHA.tl cV CO. (SUCCESSORS TO uuuunu a xeriraui, Dealers in Coal and Coke NO. 197 EAST FRONT-STREET, Hove on hand a supply of Toughiogheny, Peach Orchard and Cannol Ooal, aud Ciity. manufactured and McConnelsrllle Coke, for sale in quantities to suit purchaser. aull IO THE AFPLICTEp.-DR. Mil- Throat, Lungs, and all Ohrouic Affections of tha Syiteui, permaneutly cured ; aud all aitllctioni p.. collar to female, .peedily relieved by producing Electrical Chant es, iu accordance with the Laws of Life, which the Doctor la lecturing on in thia city at th. Dnlveraall.t Church, ' fi J) ST W A R D I, v. DENTIST, No. 07 West Seventh-street.' Full upper wt of Teeth inserted fr.m fit; to lit flelg x OTICE.-THB BUSINESS RELATION . -"""""iiniiuai.i. wetneruul lias ceased. Tbe department ef our builueas hof. tiifor. iu chargeof Mr. Wetherhlll. conducted u0dor tue atvleof T. Eckatein A Co., will, iu the fai" r. be under our own oi. control and direction All purchases, aale.. contract, and oollaotiuna in ttul couuectlou ill be alteuded tobyua. J. 14 Cikcimkati, September afffilM. BT . M r!?"." H win find r T - uuuu, .... "... ' 1 " ""J uva,n.i, UOUUJn, England, Electropathlst, Physician, Surgwn, Ocu. liet and Auriat. Office, No. Ml Longwortb-at., b. Ivmd Race and Viue. Dio-aaA. nf i1,a it.... b.. 1 izwui wmZ&&X&?ta!i