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WJHT.V "TOM BALM," "FOB BINT," I OUT," "FOUND," BOJBDINQ," tc-A4-f rVMimiiH omm mmdtr Aw Uatongt, not month n ftn Kmh iI 6 IwrW Mm for 'Ji mm. vr TANTKn-TWOOOOBMlLWNBBS-At No. ! wei r um-ai. M2-li V'-NTKnrBKXT''!'"A eompMant mnma fu T AnH-t.int itn. Appljr to U. K. UVKWKN. e Wwt Thl rdlt. s2i-li iVANTRMiTOAtloN-A. Cnrtnctor on a Wv ftrwt railroad, tood refenncoi lTn. Ad. irnrn V., cara of PreM Ofllce. n.M h" ANT KD-BItiH A RD M0BBI8 OAKIiNltB lately ppllod for Janitonhia. Pleaie call im HvxIlaMlT. m--a b 0. ft. tH. BBOMBIBOIH 4 00. WANTED- BITr ATTON As Btlmwoman fa torn. Ralarv for 11 rut mrmk or two no ob. ict. Or will tnd (n an Artiat'a Gallery. Adclrp.f . 0 (Hnclnaati PmtolBca. h WANTED Usntlaman aid their wi aad Rererat sing-le aentltimeQ can be accomm . dated with pfaanaDt- and dmtrable front roonii, with Iwairt, at 97 ant Fourthnt. xe2 "V',,,'rKD-B,,rUATI0N-A Bcok keensr or ' Falnian, Id a wholesale bnninnm hor.se. Good reference given M to ability, 4o. Addrmg o . care of Tress ufllce. ie24 b -VANTEI-81'rl'A'ri0N B" Scotch Pro. v t-etftiit woman, to r t-'onntry prttferred. Call for two dare at 440 West Fifth atrett, a frame lin'iea. ae2i-b WATI0-SITUATI()N-A Cook, by one that ban hadeiperlence and understand h'-r tmptnrfis the beet of rt-ferfnres can be given. Ad dress B. M., cara of Pre Office. se24-b "tyANTKH-i woman who is a -"od Cook. ', Good waxes will be lTn to one who under, tsnds her business. Arplr at No iil Vine-street, bet. Fifth ami Siith. J. W. DMJK i,24 h nANTRD A prtT, haln 7ali capita to Invest Immediately, can encage In a business which will par 176 per month. Apply to HALE 4 CO., ViH vvaluut street. i30 tf WANTED TO 8KLL Several first rate Fire proof 8le will be sold low, for cash, at first (tor east ofSycamore st , on Columbia, south side. LiH3-tf I . ANTED POLITIC ATTENTION You will Hod It and a good likeness for nothing Call ndn. tone at JoHr-BON'S Gallery, 4(1 Finti-at. B member, JOHN HON never deceived the public in any of bis advertisements st-25 b TANTJiD- B00M8-Two or three rooms cen v trallv and pleasantly located fora young mar ried couple. Bent will be paid month!? and promptly. Terms low. Address D. H. A., at this office. 024' b "rANTJiD FOUrt HILLINRBti Imme ' IT diately at 19 Fifth-st., between Elm and rinm. those who thoroughly understand the trade none others need apply. se24-a MBS. B. n HANOVER. TtVANT KD Boarding, by a married lady with. YY out children, wiih an unfurnished room In frlvate family, where there are uo other boarders, in the w, stern part of the rily. State t-rsos and ad. dress Box 1,817, Cincinnati Poetoffice. teub TTANTE I t6FxVTh aNGE- A fH enrj re of YY siuily, in a first-class Commercial College, in the city, lor clothii.fr, furniture, saleable waros or merchandise of snr kind Address KIWRD MKKTON. Bo B tT, City P O se21-d ANTt.D BOAhP-Wated for a young tr arrled couple with a little girl three years old. Will nay promptly weekly. Terms must be low. Central location and a private family, or where there are few boarders, preferred. Addrojs H KN RV, 1 this office. se24-b "4V ANTEn-8ITUATIONS-For a French lady Y Y as housekeeper and tw. Herman girls. Also, for a German man and ife, a first rate cook, aod a iuas Durse, seamstre-st Ac metropolitan Female Employment Office, 184 West Fourth-st. A lady attends so2b "VANTBD-AGBNT8 To sell Lloyd's now military chart, styled " Military Portraits." Itetails at 30 cents. Also nine other new War Charts. Agents now operating clear from $2 to Jer day, see the country, and do a vast amount of Hood, by circulating such useful articles Address er call on MUMKORB & CO., 38 and 40 WoBt y mirth st., Olnclnt ati. so31-am ANTBD-IMMKUlAfltljI 100 YOUNG MEN, VL ro the spul U. S. Dragoons and Flying Artillery, FOB THREE YEARS, Nona need apply but young unmarried men, of food character Pay varies from (14 to 127 per , mouth. Iaaddltlontopay.au abunaance of good and I comfortable clothing, board and medic il at tendance will be furnished free of charge, tegethor DORSE AND ACCOUTERttEXTS. Apply at once at No 1 .1 0 Sycamore-st. EbWABDM. McCOOK, Seoond Lieutenant 1st Cavalry. Recruiting Officer. mylVtf FOR RENT. FOR RE"tT-A BOOM-Pleasantly furninhed. In sec. ; d story, at a4 Walnut-street, above bixih. Beferences exchanged. se24-b IIIK, RENT-THBKB ROOMS KITOREN M2 On the first floor, on Llvingstnn-st., third house cast of Freeman. Beference required. se24-b M7OR KENT-BOOMS-Very pleasantly sltu JaL' ated and neatly furnished. Apply at 1 Ninth, treet, between Walnut and Vine. se34-b r'OB BEM-THBKI BOOMS-On the second A floor, newly painted and papered, with water on the same fit or. Apply at !itj5 ICighth-st. Befer. en :es required. se24-b FOK RENT ONK BOt)M Fiirnisbed, on seo ond floor, suitable for a gentleman and wife, or Single gentlemen. Apply at 190 West Saventh-st. fso24dJ FOR RENT-FI BNISUED ROOM-On second floor, front, suitable for a gentleman and wife, or single gentlemen. Apply at iiiO West Beveuth street, between Plumnd Central av. so24-d FOR RENT 8TOBB-4 14 Fifth-street, with dwolliug containing twelve rooms Apply to B. 1I00BK. attheoIBceof Moore iUicharduon, Front strett, east of Lawrence se?3-d XiOR KENT A TUBEK SrOBY BRICK. Of M. leu rooms, all in complete order, wl h good tuble. on Mount Auburn, at a low rent. Apply at aLlTLeVa i Exchange Office, north-west comer ol TblrJ and Sycamorests. se21-f I7UH HENT HOUfctK A part, or the whole, of . the eligible Residence No. 07 West Seventh, street; twelve rooms, with all modern Improve, suents, as gas, bath, hot and cn'd wa'or, 4o. Ap ply on the p-emises. or to W, & U LOP KB sel7-tf 17OR REMT-BRICK DWULLINtl-With four rooms, sumoier-kitchen, cellar, cistern and hy. flraiti front and rear entrance. Hou-e papered and grained throughout: convenient to street. railroad. -No. '203 Wade s'.. between Linn aud Baymlller. Apply at 40) Wade st. se-tf FR RRNT BARK OH ANOK-Furoished or uiilurni.hed rooms or parlors in that fine large dwelling, 100 Broadway, on September 1, 1661. Also, lower part of house 19 Columbia-et.. New. fort, fine yard, porch, basement, water, 4c. Rents ft"". au29 ltlll RKNT-n0USK8-J Milton-st., with ten rooms, cellar and two cisterns ; a'so, a Brick Cottage on Burnet-avenne, by the Widows' Home, with six rooms and cellar. Bent $100 a year. Inan.re of B. TOWNLBY, corner of Au turn and Highland-avs. sol9-f FOR KENT The Metropolitn Oanrlng Hall, corner of Ninth and Waluut-sts . by the night ;r.',",''I,, InynireattheHall, or of POOR 4 00., !i45 Walnut-street. AN OFFICB, on the second floor of the Morropo. IUHVt1?.S.r L Mn!,h ?Dd Walnut ts. Inquire of POOB A DO , 345 Walnut st. au20 tf FOR RENT. FOR SALE. fTOR WALK-AN IBON BAFB-In flrt-rate .orditioii. Apply at bNOWDON Ol'i'KS'S, . 173 Main st. se25-o FOR tALE SALOON The Fixtures and 8tock ol a Confectionery and Oyster Saloon. Will be old cheap for cash. Apply at 301 Sixth-street. sea d "OR M ALE-DOGS-Three Newfoundland Dogs. Vifi """nths and two two months old. Apply 341 Cutter-st., between Hopkins and Laurel. at se24 el FOR HAI.E-A PHOTOUBAI'H GALLKrtY With good run of bminnss, at 44 West Fourth, ureet . The .proprietor being ooligi d to leave tba city, will sell ata sacrifice Full lutru:tlon in the an given to the pun hater, m se!5 b IR 8AL.B-0B EXCHANOE-DeBlrable iin proved property in Covington to trade for an improved lailu. Also a iiest Cottage, pleasantly located, very (heap, and couvenient to ferry. Ap. p y .to J. bTBWART, Grocer, corner Fifth aud Alain -streets, Covington. aeift b 'if,0R, SALK-OABBIAGB AND II0H8B-A M. well-broken Family Horse, young aud souml, and a two seat Jenny Llnd Carriage, for sale cheap. Fifty dollars In groceries, or .100 bushels Youghio- fiAriJ'! woW,hS ,Rkf" ' Pr' y. Add ess HA BOA IN, care of Press OtMce. s2.'i-f IAOR lALE-A FAB9t-Cootaining tjfiy-oie - acres, twenty-one miles from Cincinnati, by the Little ttlanii Bailioud. and fifteen miles by the Aladisouville l'nrupike, well improved, wltli home, orchard, etc. For further particulars, Inquire at 14 llo kiLs-t , or address Box 1,40V, Cincinnati ' J'oMt.ohice. seln-f IiOR RALE UN E STORY" Hulohl HuU-lli In good repair, with fi.iw rooiun, kit. hen and ball ; lot Ml feet froi t by luo ilM, tul iU-IViet alley i corner of Eighth and Qreer-avs Covington, By., ear a free sihool. Will lie e.d at a gieat bargain. 'Jermt, on half Jan. 1, lw-2. Hie other half Jan 1, leh.1 without interest. Call on T. MuBURNIB, J ront st., east of Broadway. sell x a STRAYED. TB AVED-OB 8T0I,KN-From the premises of W. li. Morris, en Mt. Auburn, a large, dark Ted roan, Durham Oow. fat, and welching about 1,410 ponuds. She was heavy with calf, and had a mark ut a recent book on the hind part of her bag. Any information will be liberuib rewarded by the uudersiuuod. se2S-o W. a. HORBIB, Mt. Auburn. tTHAY ED OB STOLEN 85 BIWAKD-On n Wednesday, Sept. IS, from the pasture lot opprj. rite the first toll-gate on Madiion BoadlWaiuut Hills), a Black (low. Had ou, when she left, a leather muile. The above reward will be paid to any person returning ber. WM. 11, SAIBB, fse2S d'l THIIIU, IDs the PHItid, wh ere your adves tlsesaent will be more likely to be seen than In ai a In aat ttiatieta vkfceff aaMCs M aowasil af kU MlauaWrt aUV AMUSEMENTS. CINCINNATI THOTTlKH-PAlta, A Trot ting- matrh for a purse and stake of fTM, mile heat, best tbre In five, to barney, will come off on the above Course, on TIICBSDAY, Brpt, 26. EHTXIHt J. Boekey T. Pennet ..,... O. W.Vimmlck i....-..., .enters b. . Geirga, mm, ,..r. m. Lady Moore. . a. Snow Storm. Rare to come ofr at o'clock. Admisilon to all parts of the Course, 00 cents ' TII08. J. 8TBPHIN8, Prnprlstor. BOARDING. MOAMIHNfl A gentleman and wife, or two single gentlemon, can obtain hoard and a pleasantly-furnished front room, with gas, at 8T Longworthst. se24-b IldARlilKn-A gentleman sad lady and two single gentlemen ran ha accommodated with board, in a private family, by applying at rS Kaat Thlia-st. l'ay-boarders wanted. s24-b IJOAaOINH-OK B00MS-4Jnor two gentle. nen can be acconiniodated, with or without V.V . on moderate terms, by applying at No. 45s Walnut-st, near the corner of Sixth. Beferences "quired. ,.24 b OAHDItstn-Famllles and single gentlemen can be arrnmmodatod with front, or back roon.s and board. Several single rooms ran be had. Day. boarders wanted. App'v at No. 1S4 Broadway. jse24 bl OARDINO-IN COV1NGTON-A gentleman and his wife, and a single lady or gentleman can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board, in a private family, within ten minutes' walk of the Ferry. Address Box l,4t8, Cincinnati Post, ""icoj se24 b' OAIIDINJ-A private family residing In a "'central situation, within five minutrs' walk of the Postoftlce, are desirous of receirlug as perma nent boarders a family requiring two airy rooms, either Independent or communicating with eich other, with gas, bath and other conveniences and a thirdroom available, If desired. Beference re. oulred. Address A. Z. at this ofllce. tvn-o LOST. I OHT-D0O-0n last Thursday week, a blaok. A and. tan Terrier-dog, with leather collar on, short ears, long tall, and a little white on breast. A I' be ral reward will be raid on returning hiiu to -' iMirr , i ivaei I 1 1 n -S I . T OT-I)O0 Last Wednesdey morning, lie Is -ihalf hound and half setter; white, c-0 with brown spots on the ears; leatherajkaWa BnnpiminsierR. wrn muzle. fleae return him to 116 Barr-st., and receive a liberal ael-a AUCTION SALES. ArCTION 8AIE BY G. BBAS8KAB8 4 .LA2."81" for ms, No fir aud M Main-st. Boots and Shoes I Boots and Shoes l-We will nell, on FRIDAY MflRNlN0.Seniembera7.nommeuc.iiig at a o'clcKik, IN) rases Men's, Boys', Youths', Wo. men s, Miseta'and Children's Boots, Shoes, Brozans audGai'ers se2(i O BBA SHEARS A LAWS, Auctioneers. THE DAILY PRESS wtcmsDAY -ki'tehibkk, 45 City News. MiTtOROLooirjAi Obskevatiohs By Heny Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-st., September 24 : O'eloeM. Baromrtw. TasmMmefer. -I A-M M.....29.M3 Above wro .'3 'JS'-v; 29,15 Above rero-70 P. M m 29.4 Above rero-68 PtWTOFFICl TO BE CLOSED To MORROW. To the Public: In compliance with the procla mation of the r resident, settino; apart the " 26th as a day of fasting Rnd prayer," the Poetoffice will be closed to morrow, except between the hours of nine and half past ten A.M. J. C. BAUM, P. M. Bacon's Mercantile College has no vaca tions. Read the advertisement of J. W. Donohue & Co., in to-day's paper. Trotting Match. a race will come off over the TrottiDg Park Course to-morrow afternoon. See advertisement. Tbi Gipsy Doctor still increases in popu larity judging from his constantly full rooms. Personal, Governors Dennison and Mor ton were in the city last evening conferring with General Mitchell in reference to mili tary matters connected with this department. W hat transpired is best known to themselves. Mass Mbetino To-mobrow. A mass meet ing of citizens will be held to morrow after noon (fast day) in Fifth-street Market space, for the purpose of considering the proper steps to be taken to place the city in a state of defense. . Pbopertt Confiscated. Sixteen hundred and ninety-two bags of peas, and two boxes containing one portable mill and appurten ances, seized by the United States Marshal in June last, en route to New Orleans, were yesterday confiscated to the Government. MiLiiNERT. Those of our lady readers who desire to select from a choice stock of millinery goods should not forget the store of. J. Webb, jr.. No. 164 West Fifth street. His Fall stock is now being received. See advertisement. TlP i TTJ n. . T7Mtinn A mm . MnM v.- a u . n i. nuAtins ur TUB Gazette. The Gazelle of this morning an nounces the death of Mr. Ephraim F. Bub, who has been, until recently, connected with that office. Mr. Bush had been tor several months afflicted with disease, and bad re tired for his health to a comparatively quiet retreat at Richmond, Indiana, at which place his death occurred, on Friday last, the 20th inBtant. Coroner's Inquests. The Coroner yester day held two inquests, one upon the body of Solomon Samuels, a man about fifty-five years of a.e, who was found dead at No. 116 West Canal-street, iu which case a verdict of death from apoplexy was rendered; and the other upon the body of a man found in the Ohio River near the foot of Smith-street. The latter was recognized as Joseph L. Flenny, a Second Lieutenant in the regular army, and was supposed to be the man who tell or jumped oft' the Covington ferry-boat on Saturday night last. New Church Recognized. Yesterday afternoon, (Tuesday,) a Council of the Bap. tiet Churches of the city convened with the New Mission Church on Ninth-street, near Freeman. After listening to a brief account of Ihe origin, covenant and views of Christian doctrine, the Council, by a unanimous vote, received this church into full fellowship. Rev. T. J. Mulish is the pastor. The public recognition service will take place on Mon day evening next, when Dr. Lynd will preach. Dr. Colver, of Chicago, Rev. E. G. Taylor, Rev. E. G. Robinson and others will take part. Police Court Items. Sarah Casey, for abusing the officers in Pearl-street Station house, end attacking a woman who remon strated with her, was sent to the City Prison this morning for thirty days. Mary Ann Geyer, for beating a child with broomstick, was held under $200 bail for trial on Friday next. Pat Cummins, for insulting a woman in the street yesterday afternoon, nulling her bonnet off her bead and striking ner without provocation, and following her through the streets, was sentenced to thirty days3 hard labor. Catherine Harris wag found In the parlor tP M' 0arrisoni on Fifth-street, be tween Elm and Plum, yesterday afternoon, at four o clock, in the act ot appropriating Tanous articles of ornament and use. She was sentenced to thirty days' hard labor for the city. . Anthony Crown, when drunk, abuses his wife, beating her in the house rented of Mrs. Mi Grant, for which, that estimable woman complained to the Court in a long and piti able story. Crown was sentenced to sixty days' hard labor in the City Prison. Pat, McCoy was found by the officers drunk an J disorderly, and when arrested, had a pair of lead knuckles in his pocket, for which be wag fined $3. Mrs. McCormick, for beastly and long-continued drunkenness was sentenced to thirty day in the City Prison. There were a large number of women in Court this morning, on the same charge as the last, who wen dis poaed of in various ways. Personal Appeal! The Citizens Must Arm and Drill. ' Clnclnnfttians"; must arouse I The war waged -gainst Kentucky by a daring enemy means possession of Cincinnati, and appro priations of its gold and its stores. An appeal Is mado to manly men to meet the issue I Fighting is a business to be pre pared for. Assemble to-morrow, then, in mass-meeting, and prepare to act. . The lesson of the hour Is, ever : act right, act promptly, and what thou doest, do with all thy might. ' " Meet to-morrow, at three o'clock P. M, at Fifth street Market-space, Having fasted, prepare to fight! Fight in Warsaw, Kentucky. Union Arms Stolen—Blood Shed—Great Excitement Union Arms Stolen—Blood Shed—Great Excitement —General Anderson Going to Send an Armed Force to Disperse Humphrey Marshall's Camp. By the arrival of the mail-boat Superior, which was detained until half-past twelve o'clock to-day, because of the fog last night, we learn the following : - Previous to the boat reaching Warsaw, Ey., at ten o'clock last night, a party of Se cessionists and Union men bad a skirmish, in which three were killed. When the boat arrived at the place was Wild with ex citement. ' A party of fifty mounted Secessionists rode into the city about eleven o'clock and broke open a building in whkh were Btored Eonie arms belonging to the State, and car ried them off. Six or seven men camo up just as they were leaving and were- fired upon. The Union men returned the fire, killing one ot the rebels and wounding sev eral others. It is thought they have gnne to Humphrey Marshall's camp In Owen County, One of the Union men was wounded in the arm. The Union men had taken the locks off the guns that were stolen until they or ganized their company. The camp above alluded to Is about ten miks from Warsaw. General Anderson sent Judge Pryor to the camp to notify them if the same was not disbanded within three days, he would march an armed force upon them. Judge P. lett the boat at Warsaw last night to perform his mission nnd fears are entertained that they will make him a prisoner. Otn Woodwaiid Clcb. The members of the DM Wnnrlnror1 flliiH A t w. .. vw....u.u uiuw uiu .11' 11 nullum 1 VO" union at the Literary Olub Rooms, No. 87 Seventh street, Just night. The season was one of joyous greeting and merry con- vjviniijr, uuw, HiHsi vr Beiaom witnessed in these degenerate days. There were.how ever, interspersed with this renewal of old n'enQnraa mcrnv foaMntr .Il.ialnHB a Ik. f.vww.w.,, ujwuj itwiu nilUDluus w 1,113 1US3 of members, occasioned by the troubles of the times, and the bereavement of the So ciety was deeply felt by all. The following RID lilt 1. Th memory of William Woodward-Drank standing and In silence. 2. Cur Beuninns-Miij- they continue so long as there are Wotdaard bujs to attend them. Response by Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton. " S. Our Alma Mater We, her tons, owe her a rtebt of gratitude ttiat can onlv be twirl hv life i-flu... ing credit unnn the instructions we have receive! niiuuiuerHaiil Response by B. P. Hinman. 4. The Old Well-Pleasant and refreshing niemoi ries cluster aiouud the geueruus old well. Response by the Hon. George E. Pugh. 5. - The Woodward Bovs who him mn nnkl. sp'ndod to the call of their O. nntry Though we who are here have not jet been aide to follow their enniuine, iiur nearta swell Willi pride at the remem brance o ytlieir narnvs. Response by Rev. Bcnj. St James Fay. 6. The TJi ion- How can we give it up I We can Response by Wm. H. Neff. 7. Oar Deceased Schoolmates Tiinntrh we kali see their faces no nitre in earth, they will aever be luisuiii-u uy UB. Drank in silence and standing. 8. The Orator of the Evening. After a response by Mr. George H. Pendle ton, a song by Mr. R. K. Cox. and the reoita. tion of a poem by W. W. Fosdick, the Club aujuuiucu iu uiku Buirus. Uniok Dragoons. The company now in Camp Gurley is partly formed of, and wholly recruited by, the old Union Dragoons, mak ing the third company that has emana'fd ftom the first organization. The old com pany, under Captain Stevens, will continue to exist, and will recruit for home service, being composed of citizens whose obligations and responsibilities will not permit them to enliit for the war. The new company, at an election held Thursday afternoon, elected Peter Matthews, Captain; James Johnston, First Lieutenant, and Wm. E. Crane, Second Lieutenant. The officers are young, active and energetic men, and will perfect their company in the shortest possible time, in the cavalry drill, and will render efficient service wherever they may be ordered. Jhey are in want of a few recruits to fill their company, but will doubtless have them before many days have passed, as the company is formed ot select material, the men being in for fun, frolic and the war. National Fast day To morrow being the day appointed for humiliation, fasting and prayer throughout the United States, will be very generally observed in the city by the closing of business-houses, schools and public offices, and the holding of religious exercises in the churches of all denomina tions. The Business Men's Prayer-meeting will be held at the usual time, eight o'clock, and will be prolonged to two hours' length in the morning, its place of meeting being changed to St. Paul's Church, on Fourth street. Addresses will be delivered by various clergymen of the city. Army Contract Awarded. The contract for supplying army books was yesterday awarded, by Quarter-master Dickerson, to Bradley tc Webb, at the following prices: SO General order hooks $1 20 each, to bffc-iinenul order books 1 20 etch. 3ti Letter book 1 20 each. 311 Index books 1 00 each, 30 I)eecrlptie books 2 00ecli. 3isi litsdriptive bo-jks 73 each, S0 Clothing books 1 11 4neich. Ml each. SUO Morning report 11 10 each. Cousty Matters. The Board of County Commissioners this morning passed the fol lowing orders: To Ramsey & Brophy, esti mate on the new Baltimore Bridge, $30; James Radcliff, bridge over Blue Rock, $130. Tub Perjury Oabk. The trial of Moses Samuels for perjury, in falsely swearing a warrant for treason against Samuel Levy, is now going on before Esquire True, and will be concluded this afternoon. Deserters Arrested. Among the arrests at the Hammond-street Station house last night were two deserters from the Twenty fourth Illinois Regiment. Billiards. John Derrv and Phil. Tieman are to play another match game of billiards, to-morrow evening, at a saloon on Baker street. Learn to Shoot. Don't go to war until you know how to shoot. Visit the rirle gal lery on Third-street, between Walnut and Vine, and take a few easy lessons. Mr. Knobiadoh will try bis patent rifled cun to-morrow afternoon, back of Newport. Military men are invited to be present. Dramatic It is stated that Wood's Thea ter will be opened the coming dramatic sea son by Mr. George M. Wood. City Schools. The publio schools of the city will close this afternoon at the usual hour, to be resumed again on Monday morn ing next. - - Ikdiotmint roa Treason. The Grand Jury of the United States District Court at Wheeling tound one hundred and fifty in dictments tgr treason, in one week. WAR MATTERS. ANOTHER COMPANY. Yesterday, Benjamio F. Gion, Prank. Rickey entl Charles 0. Martin received au thority from Co'onel Sullivon to rnise a com pany tor b'g Regiment. The above named were attached to Captain Len. Harris's Com pany, Second Ohio Regiment of three tncntbs' men and were through the cam paign in Eastern Virginia. They will pro reed immediately to organizing their company. THE HARRIS REGIMENT. This regiment, according to our announce ment yesterday, went into enmp back of Covington, Ky., near Cole's Garden, where they will remain, probably, until complete. All letters or packages for Colonel Harris, or the Second Ohio Regiment, should be di rected to Covington, Ky. THE FIFTY-SECOND REGIMENT. Tbe Fifty-second Ohio Regiment, Colonel Lewis Wilson, is now in Camp Dennisou, drilling and awaiting thj completion of the several companies. Entire equipments for one thousand and twenty soldiers are cow in cemp, and all that a man has to, do to become a complete soldier, is to jump Into one of the uniformed suits and shoulder his gun, which is ready for bim. Men are enlisting rapidily in the several companies now being organized for this regiment. About forty have joined the new company being raised by Mr. Charles A. Junebanns in this city, during the present week, and were sent to camp this morning. The popularity of Colonel Wilson and the officers, both commissioned and non-commissioned, will insure the speedy comple tion of the regiment. FOR GENERAL FREMONT. , The last regiment which has been com menced in this city is now being organized by Colonel N. C. McLean, son of the late Judgo McLean. The Lieutenant-Colonel of the regiment is W. H. Martin, well known as an i-Hirer on the Hamilton and Dayton Rnil rcad. Robert Keily, of this city, is the Major, Companies are being raised in Sid ney, Shelby County; in Eaton, in Darke County, nnd elsewhere in that portion of the State, The Martin Guards, Captain W. F. Armstrong, are recruiting at No. 354 Central-avenue. Cantain Stewart is also rais ing a company, for the same regiment, on Cent ral-avenue. The men are sent at once, when enlisted, to Camp Monroe, near Glen-dale. COLONEL SULLIVAN'S REGIMENT. Colonel Sullivan's Forty eighth Regiment 0. V. M. received an addition of a full com pnny from Delaware, Ohio, vesterday, and one is expected to morrow. The regiment is rapidly filling up, and at least seven full companies ate expected to be in camp at the close of the present week. NEARLY COMPLETE. The Pitttt Zouave Regiment now numbers nearly eight huudred men. INDEPENDENT REGIMENT. . Th e Independent Rifle Regiment has sent a special committee to confer with General AndcisOn in reference to being called into active service. Arms are being rapidly shipped to Louisville. MILITARY ARRIVALS. Among the arrivals at the Burnet House this morning, we find the following: Gover nor 0. P. Morton, Indianapolis; General T. H. Morris, Indianapolis; Hon. W. B C.-irtor, East Tennessee: Captain W. Reynolds, U. 8. Engineers; C. Milier, Adjutant Nineteenth lUgiment Illinois Volunteers; R. W. VVether ell. Quarter Master Nineteenth Rudiment Illi nois Volunteer?; Dr. R. J. Boiiue, Surgeon Nineteenth Regiment Illinois Volunteers; Colonel Charles Whittlesey, Columbus, COLONEL M'COOK'S REGIMENT. There are bow about eight hundred and fifty men in Camp Corwin, on Mad River, near Diiyton, belonging to Colonel Mr.Cook's First Ohio Regiment. Captain Jewett's Company numbers between sevenry and eighty men. W. F. Straub, recruiting officer, on Third street, near Walnut, will act as First Lieutenant. The men in camp are all aimed and uniformed, and are under march ing orders. Their destination will be to Kentucky. : . HOME DEFENSE. General Morris and Governor Morton, of Indiana, and Governor Dennison, are in tbe ritj, preparing a plan for home defense. The barbette guns now lying idle In the Or phan Asylum lot will probably be planted on suitable eminences, and other measures taken to guard against invasion, SHIPMENT OF ARMY WAGONS. Two hundred wagons for General Fre mont are being shipped to St. Louis on the steamer Vacolah. She will nrobublv leave Lto-morrow afternoon. The wagons are strongly made, and calculated to withstand any amount of hard usage. FOR LOUISVILLE. A cavalry company of one hundred and fifty six men and one hundred and fourteen horses, will be sent to Louisville to-morrow niornicg, at ten o'clock. CONTRACT. A contract for furnishing a number of regi mental and company blank books has been awarded to Mesers. Brudley & Webb, of our city. CAPTAIN ROBIE'S COMPANY. This company, aitached to Colonel Ken nett's Regiment at Camp Gurley, now num. beis eigbty-five men. It's the intention of ihe GYpiam to recruit to ol6 hundred, which he says he will have in a short time nother company, commanded byCaptain Stew ait, was added to the regiment yester DEPARTURE OF THE NINETEENTH ILLINOIS REGIMENT. This regiment, about which so much svm- pa'by bas been manifested in conjunction wtin me late Tatiroaa aitaster, arrived at the Little Miami Railroad Denot la-t evi-ninc from Camp Dennison en route to Louisville. The steamers A'eptune and Fitzhuah wer chartered to transport them to that city aud lett about eight o'clock. A large concourse of citizens were present and gave cheer after ciieer tor tne departing soldiers. COLONEL SULLIVAN'S REGIMENT. Colonel Sullivan Informed us this mnrnW that be' baa in camp between four and lira hundred men tor bis regiment. The men will be supplied with equipments next week. and, as it . is desired to have the regiment ready to move next week, c Sorts will be made to complete it this week. A company from Delaware, commanded by Captain Liudsey, was added to the regiment last night. We are pleased to announce the final success of Colonel Sullivan, as we know of no regiment that has labored under so many disadvantages as Colonel Sullivan's. THIRD WARD. A meetinsr of tbe citizens of this ward has been called tor to morrow evening, at Duch ftniel Hall, near the Little Miami Railroad Depot, to organize a company for home de mise, 'lurn out, tnira-warders, and form at once. MUSTERED IN. Captain Kina's Company, of Davton. at tached to Colonel Kennett s Fourth Cavalry xvegimeni, came into ma city in is morning from Camp Gurley, and were sworn in. The company numbers fifty-six men, and Is com posed of good material. COLONEL TAYLOR'S REGIMENT. There arenow seven hundred and eiehtv- nine men at Camp Dick Corwine, ana four Hundred and lour norses. rnis morning one hundred cavalry saddles were sent to the camp. Tbe regiment is under orders, and will leave next week for St. Louis. NO GUNS YET. The following note explains itself. 'The Home Guard companies of our city will not leave until they axe armed, which we think good policy: "Colonel Wiltteei The aams ordered to be delivered to you by us by General Ander son, have not yet reached the city. We have dispatches stating that they were shipped Monday, and they will be here to morrow, the Express Company assures us. "Yours, truly, B. KITTRIDGE & CO. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. Financial Affairs. Exchange, this morning, was at a discount buy"'"?) on account of the scarcity of cur rency, and M per cent, premium selling. Gold is selling in small lots at i per cent, premium. Tressnry Notes were not In nrgent de mand, in conseqnenca of a decline in New York two years notes were not sought after, save with accumulated interest, at better figures than 2 per rent. off. No change in Uncnrrent Money, except the refusal by nearly all the Bankers of the People's Bank, at Bowling Green, Kentucky, which place being rebel nead-quarters, was not considered a sure, point for financial operation. The Lonievllle Jourr.al of Tuesday quotes Eastern Exchange at pa, the buying rate be ing H'i per cent, discount. Groceries firm and advancing. Tbe St. Louis Democrat of Tuesday morn ing says: " Amidst the news and rumors of the fall of Lexington, the Money market remained quiet, and closed at tbe rates of Saturday 6 per cent, premium for Eastern Exchange,, and 6 per cent, for Gold. Tbe demand for Einbange was not large, and tbe call for Gold wbs much less than was expected from the excitement in the city. Treasury De-mand-notes are more plenty, but the people are disposed to hold them. ''Money is plenty, and if there was any thing doing to keep it em ployed, times would be lively." The following relative, to Monetary mat ters East is from the New York Evening Poet Of Monday: "Money is dull to day at 5 per cent, on call. The supply is hrgely in excess of the demand. "The banks have been reimbursed to day a further sum of $700,000 on account of the loan, making a total of nearly seven millions of dollars. '"Ihe Foreign Exchange market opens dull and heavy for the Wednesday steamer. The circular of modifications of the Confiscation Act in respect to money, bonds, &c, jii3t issued by Mr. Chase, will tend to relieve the market considerably. The leading bankers are selling on London at 108. Business, however, has scarcely taken shape ai yet, and rates are a little unsettled. "Tbe Secretary of tbe Treasury has issued up to this time about $5,000,000 of the De mand notes, and jet orders for lots of sev eral i.housand dollars each remain unfilled at the New York Sub-Treasury. These notes are in t reat favor for the purposes for which they were issued. "Mr. Chase has assurances of a most abundant support from the people of tbe loyal States, and the coming week expects liberal subscriptions at the various agencies. Jinny of these special agencies are not yet in full operntion, but in less than a week will be beard from in a manner moat eratifyina to the Government." BANK-NOTE LIST. 1-NcranrNT. Ditcounl. Kentuckv imr(B'4 iui.-ni.uii ev (j,. ? i!-$tM. huste.n M (,(.?& viiieeiii-r (rfi5 llranclioi , ( 1;, Charleston -Hxliti Lonlviura 2 TrSNaVrVAMA Hki k of rittshmir l'lttsbtirg Suspended interior , Maryland Baltimore I'ltv luteriui IlfifiprHtowt Dlitlilpan Caubda, soneut Tt-nuef B- e. old , TertuoH-M'e Htocfc, boIv, nt TeniH-Bstie. lllirer:urt-il , North and South Caioliua ' (JeoriJin Alsl'HRlH , Imliitna liee llutiku, fcolveul Imliui a Free Hunks, discredited Illinoiri Hank , V i.c insin , few York Stale , New JerBey Mew i ug'iui-l ..par (A i -r 1 .Ija---e10 -r 2 2 iVi'?ft -() - (S3'1 -ri30 HUM -(, I' -ft ' ..inanu di,. ..lo.iu'Ji d ia. ... ,'di. ,'t dia. .. H iin. Daily Produce Market. bdnksdat September 25. FLOUR The market became Tery dull end unsettled under the news from New York, yestfiday, and prices declined 10c., and were nominal at tbe decline: superfine ie offered at $3 904, and extra at $i 10 4 20. WHTSRVThn mi,Ul to ,1. .1 - - " 1 ..v.. . .j oubuj . naics Ul IdObT'f. at A(d)Uc., the latter for wagon PROVISIONS A pood demHtid for Bicon, with eali-s of 40(1 hhds. at 65J4c for 8 des, anil 4?;4i-, for shoulders. A good dt-maDd for mtea Pork, with sales of 1,000 Iris, at $12 6213, chietiy $12 75. Bulk shoulders in demand at 3c , and Bides at 4 ., but bi t are held Jc. higher. GROCERIES The market is fair at full prict p. ea'ts tif CO hbds. of fair to fully fair Sugar at 9i0c. Molasses, 454Gc, and CcirVee, 15rn)lH V HEAT The market was dull and heavy yesterday after our report, tbe New York rews beiup unfavorable, and prices declined S5c. per bushel, and ibis morn in? prices are merely nominal. Uujers are holding off, anticipating a further reduction in prioes. We quote prime red at 80c., and prime white at 88c We heard of no sales this morn in p. COUN The supply continues light, with a liood dtmand, and ihe market rules firm at 26(5)280. for ear, in bulk, at tbe upper and )oer di-pois. OATS A continued good demand, and prices are higher: sales 3,000 bushels, in bulk, at tbe Canal at 23c. RYE The demand is only moderate at 3i(38c. for prime on arrival. BaRLEY lbere is very little doinjr, and nrn-es ur to a rsiPMt. pTtnnt nitmin.i.'aaLB of 150 butbels prime fall at 48c; 300 bushels prime lan ai 441:., ana duuousneis prime lull at 45c. 500 bushels prime fall Malt sold at 6or. HAY The market Is unchanged and dull. We quote prime Timothy at $0 per tun, in balec, on arrival. CHEESE Tha rlnmanrl ia linV,f ..j coLfiiifd chiefly to the lecal trade, which is ruppiieu at uniuc , ine iauer is outaincd for fniftll parens of selected. . BUTTKU V tinea Ttn xhunrra in the market; the demand is limited and lo rn i, at iitgji.ic., tor prime to choice, aud 68o , tor tair to good. A P PT.I'S Thur. ln....J J X and prices are higher closing at $1 251 40 per brl , for prime. 1 ; [By Telegraph.] New York Market. V P W Vnnir RnnLmli.. 'J ". T? ! - T) - ..... 1 . ... v. . iuui i.a- reiritft 95 713 Virlt tYia.lr.t Mik.. ... steady: sales of 12,500 brls. at $5 30(3,5 35 for superfine State; $5 505 60 for extra State; $5 305 35 for superfine Western; $5 605 70 tor common to medium extra Western; $5 70(a)5 0 tor shipping brands extra round-boop Ohio - Canadian Flour more steady: sales of 500 brls. at $5 25 6 25 for superfine, and $5 450 50 for com mon to choice extra. Rye Flour steady at $3 654. Receipts of Wheat 114,747 bushels; market 1 to 3c. better, with a good export demand: sales 150,000 bushels at $1 16 for cboiee Spring; $1 IVA 18 for Milwaukie club; $1 ly120.or amber Iowa; $1 25 for red State; $1 281 30 for Winter red Western: $1 32 for amber Michigan; $1 28 for red Kentucky. Rye quiet and firm at 6972c. Barley dull and nominal. Receipts of Corn 225,395 bushels; market 1 to 2c. better: sales 75,000 bushels at 5153c. for mixed Western common to prime. Oats are unchanged : sales at 3035c, for Canadian, Western and State. Pork inactive: sales 100 brls. at $14 50 tor mess, and $9 7510 for prime. Beef dull. Lard quiet and steady: sales 400 brls. at 8 9Jc. Butter selling at 710c. for Ohio; 12 (g)14c. for State. Cheese steady at 57c. Common to prime Whisky quiet at 20c. [By Telegraph.] Philadelphia Market. Puila.dxlphia, September 25 Flour it drooping : sales at $5 125 25 tor super fine. Wheat firm: sales ot 100,000 bushels red at $1 20(tfl 24 ; white at $1 25. Cora is buoyant: sales of 6,000 bushels at 56c hisky firm at 1920c. River News. Pittbbubo, September 25 Noon. River four feet six inches by the pier murk nnd falling. Weather clear Mi wUd. River News. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. THE WAR FOB THE UHIDH Items of Interest from Washinflton. Tba latest News frem the Bebel Army In Virginia. Ihe Rebels to be In Washington Next Sunday I T17E EErORT, OF COURSE, "NEEDS CONFIRMATION." Kansas to be Invaded by the Confederate Array I Tbe Traitors Sore over the Treatment of Dotder-rnffiant ia that State. SKIRMISH AT WARSAW, KENTUCKY! THE REBELS BREAK OPEN AN ARMORY AND STEAL THE STATE GUNS! Fl'RTnEB. PARTICCIAB.H OF TUB BATTLE AT LBXINUTOX. JjAterfrom IVIlaiouri BEN. McCULI.OCII TO FORM A JUNC TION WITH PRICE. Report of Another Battle at Lexington, Missouri! GENERAL SIGEL WITH A LARGB FORCE AT THAT POINT Koniorca that (Jen. Price Is Snr rounded and Captured! MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. 1 Washington, September, 24. A grand review took place to dny, of cavalry and ar tillery, consisting of five regiments of cavalry atd efcht batteries, numbering forty five guns, ot artillery. All the held officers of the army ot tne I olomac were present, together with the President, Foreign Ministers and officers, and McOlellan's Btaff in full uniform. The Quartermaster'a Drnnrtmnnt la rowly watching the conduct of a'.l persons cuipiuj-eu iu imp BiHuinisira'ioQ 01 us attatrs. Several removals have taken place during the present week. Captain Jenkins bas been assigned to the yuanerma9ier p Department under General Anderson, and Mojor Allen to position under Fremont. No news from the Virginia side of the Potomac. Washington, September 25. The rebels ate throwing np earthworks for the purpose of fortifying Edsell's Hill, seven miles from Alexandria, on the line of the Alexandria at d Orange Railroad, and two miles this side of Spiingtield Station. Theie is, however, no large totce there. Nbw York, September 25. The Tribune'i dispatches say: "To my positive knowledge a message was received last Suuday by a lady in Wsshington from the Colonel of the Ninth Virginia Regiment, now at or near Muoson's Hill. From the nature of this message it would appear that the rebel Gen erals still hold out the prospect of an attack on Washington to their followers, probably tearing to acknowledge, as yet, the abandon ment of that intention. The Virginia Colonel sent distinct word that he would be in Wash ington on Sunday next, and the circum stances forbid tbe possibility of his making any such announcement without being him self convinced of its truth. This simply shows that officers of considerable rank in tbe rebel army are still made victims of uavis ana Beauregard s deceptions." The New York Herald '1 disnatch savar A gentleman who arrived here to-day from -Lvr-ueaa, mo ire uisi. me reoeis wf re preparing to make a raid ipon that State. They had notified tbe residents in tbe southern por tion ot Kan Bas of their intention. They as sert that they mean to be avenged for tbe ticatruent which the border ruffians received duiing the Kansas difficulties. Proper steps will be taken by the Department of the West in the preniists. Risino Sun, Ind., September 26. By dis patch this morning from Florence, Ind., we learn that a party of about fifty mounted rebels rode into Warsaw, Ky., last night about ten o'clock, and broke open a building in which were stored some arms belonging to the State, and carried them off. Six or seven Union men came up just as they were leaving and were fired upoa. The Union men returned tbe fire, killing ono of the rebels and wounding several others. It is supposed they have gone to Marshall's camp in Owen County. One of the Union men was wounded in tbe arm. The Union men bad taken the locks on" the guns that were stolen, intending to keep tbem off until tbey had organized their company. The military of Rising Sun have offered their services for the defense of Warsaw. Jefferson City, September 25. News from Lexington reports Colonel Grover, of the Home Guards killed, from a wound in the thigh; alro Lieutenant-Colonel White of S'ltle's St. Louis Regiment, killed by a mus ket ball. A man named Eldridge, a rebel, from Lexington, is here under arrest as a spy. He was sent down by General Price ta learn the strength of our forces. Papers found upon bim state our force at St. Louis at about tour thousand. McCullocb is marching rapidly to form a junction with Price, with a large, well aimed, and well disciplined force, and a good supuly of artillery. He is now very near Lexington. Mulligan's total loss at Lexington wa3 not over one hundred and fifty, and that of the rebels not more than three hundred. Chicago, September 25 From reports of some of Mulligan's command, who reached this city last night, we obtain the following additional particulars: Men left Lexington Saturday afternoon were nearly two hours occupied in ferrying them over the river. At three o'clock they ata. toil f' 11 : I . .. n U. : 1 l i ciumu ivj. 1. auin lull, lurtjr lAlUCS UlSiant, under the guidance of several armed Seces sionifcts. Tha advanced portion reached Hamilton about sundown. At ten o'clock most of the party took tee train for Quincy. Along the route to Hamilton they were all generally kindly treated. All the money tbey could raise was em ployed to get wagons to carry the wounded through. All those severely wounded re mained In Lexington. Only one commis sioned ofiicer, Lieutenant Uollenberg, ea captd. All accounts agree that tbe rebel loss in killed and dangerously wounded wag from nine 10 twelve nunareu. The Quincy H7iij of last niirbt ataUa nr. information of an intellligent member of Loionei oiarsuairs Kegiment, that a rebel Burgeon conceded the loss of eleven hundred anil thirty. Our men lost one hundred and thirty in killed and wounded. Some four hundred horses of Colonel Marshall's Regiment were killed, It being impossible to shelter them from the enemy's cannon after surrendering. Many of the men killed their horses to pre vent tbem falling into the enemy's hands. Large sums of money, estimated at half a million of dollars, half in specie, was se cured by Price, af ter being buried by Colonel [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Cuicaoo, September 25. Quincy report by telegraph say General Bigel, with large force, aJao General Lane and Hunter, bad arrived at Lexington and attacked Price. An officer in tbe employ of the Government heard heavy firing while passing Hamilton yesterday, and be gays it wag believed that Sigel had Price in the game position that Mulligan had. beea. pUc4 in. ia regard, to General Hunter this can jt be true, he wag at Rolla, two hundred and fifty miles froe Lexlngtoa on Satnrday, . . . Bostow, September 25-Depoty Cnltoi Ptatflg Marshal seired several veuels lying at Buckport, Me., and said to be owned whol'y" or In part by the rebels. The new Irish regi ment, tbe Twenty-eighth, now raising her, is to be commanded by Colonel Thomas K. Mnrphv, lata of tbe Montgomery Guard, of New ork. H has adopted a hi rallying; cry, faugh .BaHa (cW the roadl They go into quarters at Camp Utmeron a fast a recruited. Trince Napoleon and suite rUlted Lowell and Lawrence yesterday. Nw York, September 35. The steamer Pertia, just arrived, report seeing the Oreat Eaettrn returning to Liverpool, with the lose of both her aide-wheels, all tbe boats butone on the port aide of the bulwark stove and the ship rolling heavily. Fort Monro, September 24. A new ar rival from Hatterna Inlet to day, brings the news that all wa qnlet there ernd that an erly efTort would be made to dislodge the rebels from Roanoke Island. The sailing frigate SaWn arrived to-day, from Ports mouib and will sail southward to-morrow. General Wool will probably send no con traband slaves to Washington, a the entirs force here is required for the use of the Quartermaster. Koss Winans simply pave his parole of honor, and did not take the oatb of al legiance. Boston, September 25. The National Fast dny will be observed to-morrow throughout New England with nnnsnal solemnity. In Boston business will be entirely suspended, even to the closing of the offices of the ferry and railroad corporations. The daily newspapers suspend publication from Thursday morning till Friday morn ing. Divine service will be held in all the churches. Nkw York, September 25. The Bermud Cazttte, of September 10, says tbe mate au 1 crew of the schooner Victoria had arrived at Rerninda with Trinidad dates of July 21, and stated that the privateer Sumter had ar rived there and obtained a supply of coal, ard had left on tbe 5'h of Augurt. - It is said that the Governor of the island? retused to receive the officer sent oa shoro from the Sumfw, except as a privateer gen tleman, and the same course wm pursued by tbe officers of Her Majesty's shin Ckxmv,' which vessel arrived at Trinidad while the Fiimler was there. The officers and men of Ibe Sumter were frequently on shore, and numerous visits were paid by the gentle men of the port of Spam to the steamer, and by them tbe courtesr and frank kindnefs of her officers ia hig&ly spoken of. Tbe steamer Key Stone arrived a re W days after the Sumter left, and after remaining; about half an hour steamed out of the har bor at a rapid rate to prosecute her search. Hope is expressed by Port of Spain Oazettt tl at Captain Scott would soon be able to re port that he bad carried out his instructions to the letter, as the presence of a vessel like the Sumter in tbe neighborhood where th people are so dependent on the Northern States of America for supplies of the neces saries of life, as is Trinidad is anything but agreeable. St. Lons, September 25 By orders from, headquarters, Brigadier-General Curtis as sumes command at St. Louis and vicinity during the absence of General Fremont. All drinking saloons and other places of business except drog stores, will be closed to morrow and the day observed as one of fast it g and prayer by order of General Curtis. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. Prisoners Srntxncio ToDat. The fol lowing prisoners were sentenced by Judge Collins this forenoon: Mary Mason, a colored woman, who had entered a plea of guilty to a charge of steal ing $70 from a German who had visited her bouse on Culvert-street, was sentenced to) imprisonment in the Penitentiary for two years. Robert Mason and Elias White, who were included in the Bame indictments, and found guilty of receiving the property stolen by Mary Mason, (who persisted in declaring their innocence) were sentenced to two years each in the Penitentiary. James Short, a boy sixteen years of age, pleaded guilty of grand larceny, tskinjr $125 from his uncle, who lived at Mount Washington. He stated that he took tbe money ont of a bureau. He was sentenced! to one year in the Penitentiary. Alfred Pellet, mulatto, aged twenty years, sentenced, for stabbing, to one year in the Peuitentiary. John Brown, negro, convicted of burglary and larceny, two years in the Penitentiary. John Baxter, convicted of larceny of wear ing apparel, Ate, on Harrison street, was sentenced to thirty days on tbe chain gang. Josephine Russell, found guilty of stab bing,' was sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year. Thh Fir Zouaves. A letter from New York to the Philadelphia Pren give somer incidents of the insubordination and well nigh complete demoralization of tha N Y'ork Fire Zouaves: Governor Morgan issued an order that tbe Fire Zouaves Bhould be expelled from the Battery peaceably, if it could be done r but, if not, forcibly. Accordingly, orders were issued to the Elmira Regiment, eight hundred strong, who had possession of tha Battery, to execute the order. Soon after tour o clock, the Elmira Regiment loaded their muskets, surrounded tbe Battery, and nrenarett triADiaal vaq ... uK -1 i- r I . v i." . u n ! iu. VlUDr UL Governor Morgan, bnt some of the friends of tbe Zouaves informed them (the Zouaves) of tbe condition of things, and advised them to keep away from tbe Elmira boys. But some of the Zou Zous were inflexible, and Bore mey wouia tatte tne Battery if it cost them their lives. At eleven o'clock at night, twenty-five of the Zouaves appeared at the main gate and demanded admittance. The guard replied that tbey could not enter, when they rejoined by consigning tbem to unmentionable regions, and afterward at tempted to force their way. The guard nr.unnt.il Ma mnilr.) -t l, K-nA- .1.. - - - , ---!- i 11 . 1. j i uud awiv mrther, and I'll lire I" Hi finger was on .V.A..n J . ,1 . i rr . lnrpmn.1 an1 a.ii Hlit..u ... .. iuouii;rii icnujr iu puii me zouave pausea a moment, looked In tbe face of the sentry, and immediately retreated with his follow- cio. xuu anciuaiiuu eooa orougnt a large force to the gate but the Fire Zouaves, while At a PttTivp.nia.nt itiii.nM ...i.Im.i. "You d d thieves, we'll bring a crowd here soon that'll drive you out like rats, by ." Tbey did not keep their promise, however, and the night was passed peaceably on the ground. Toledo Veterans. Col. Andrew Yminc. one of the first and oldest engineers on our State canals, is organizing a regiment at loieuu, 01 uieu over lor ly-lire years, tie expects tbey will be ordered to protect forts, bridges, and other public property, while the yourg men are doing the scouting and hard, fighting. 1 Lova banoi Onus The Jou?-range En- Geld guns, eavs a Richmond (Vs.) paper, with which the fkrmihing companies of the Union mei are supplied, give tbem a great advantage over onr pickets, and yes terday Tennesseean wes shot through the bead, at the distance of half a mile, and ia sfantiy killed. f Aw EnirllRh rAnilnm.n .li-aav tA AAA )UM n o vv,vw uuia a groat banking-house in New York, who were paying bim four per cent, per annum. " W,U1 " uuoiuuioui, wuii are paying seven ana three-tenths per cent, per annum. He has written to his friend in London adviginjr theia to invest $500,000 in the securities. , LsuTza ia the recipient of a rare bit of good fortune in a $J0,0o0 Commission front Government. He is to paint the ceiling of the corridor of the Capitol ; the subject is t ) be "Westward the Star of Empire takes it end the artist, we think we have several Way." W ith due respeet to theGoTernmeL t atarn realitipa in .iik . ... . i it ,- " ... " JVUUtV, WHO.- out dabbling m the allegorical. . . .