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DULY, TRI-WEEKLY MD, WEEKLY. Ko. SI Clark Street. VfSJn OP *r«ni CHICAGO TiUBLiJC: Dfcily.dcHrered la city, per year 0 8.00 Daily, delirerfd in weefe %I 5 T>~Ut, to mall subscribe**, per year 7.00 Daily, to nail enbecrlbeae, per eix moat a 4.00 -Tri-weoklj,i>erye®r 4*oo WccksvHjicleeabECilbcra,(6moXSVOO) ISO 44 lexica 4.00 ** 5 copies 6.00 “ 10 copies 1 10.00 44 99 copies, and Ito getter up of dub 30.00 pr~ Addition* to dubs nay beT&ade at any time at the came rau, " Money in Bt£i£lcred Letters may be sent tif at onr tlak. Ingress “CHICtCO TEIBCSE» Chleago, K. if l|tcaga .St&mnE TUESDAY,' OCTOBER X, • ; 1 TBE MARE WILL «0 The banks of Kew York, Boston ana Philadelphia, have taken the second in stalment, of fitly millions, of the Govern ment Loin. Tlu>, though expected, is news that every patriot will be glad to bear. Kow let the West do its share, be that little or much. J. B. WIMAIf. Jibn B. Wyman, late Colonel of the Illinois 13tb, has been made a Brigadier General. His brigade is made tip of the ISth and 14th Illinois, the 4th lowa, and one rcciment of cavalry, we know not Wherefrom. The appointment is a good one and gives great satisfaction, to the troops at Bulla, where the brigade was lauly quartered. Gun. Wyman with his ecu msnd is on his way to Jefferson City to join Fremont. DOCTOR BVSSEMj. It !s said that the correspondent of the London Times has been arrested near Wil mington in this Sta'e, for a violation of the statute which forbids shooting on Sun day. The Doctor was after prairie chick ens, with a two-barrelled shotgun. His case is a hard one. After having made game of the American Eagle, for many months, shooting all the while with a long bow, to be now hauled before a country Justice of the Peace for wild hanging at grouse, is too had. But is not this arrest, prompted, as it no doubt was, by personal dislike, rather than a desire to vindicate the sanctity of the Lord’s Day, rather a small business ? IBIS WEEK. Tills promises to be a memorable week xd. American history. Fremont’s advance in Missouri, the threatening attitude of the enemy on the Potomac, and the complex ion of affairs in Kentucky, betoken great events. Let us caution our readers against indulging in too confident anticipations of success either in the East or "West. Fre mont is opposed by a force largely supe rior to that of which he is the head; it is flushed by a recent victory and by prom ise of future triumph; it may, as it is in position, choose the place in which to re- j cove attack; and our loyal men will be i favored of Providence if they are able to rout and destroy it. As in. the West, so in the East, McClellan is pitted against a host greatly outnumbering his own. That reb el atmv has also had its successes, and it move forward to the fight confident of i‘s ability to overcome all that may op pose. Xu Kentucky the outlook is by no means promising. The professed Union TPf-r, save in a few instances, are in doubt about then: obligation to peril their lives lor the cause that they have nominally es poused, while their enemies are bold, self reliant and unceasingly active. Wcmay he thankful, then, if as the result of all that the week foreshadows, the armies of the Republic are able to maintain their ground, and there wait the accessions to their ranks which the strength of the ene my demands. BrowsßOn’e Review* Swenson's Eeviev, an authority among Amer ican Catholics not often disputed, lias an arti cle Qz- the ST.avery question, Trhich assumes tliat Emancipation is the inevitable and de sired result of the present straggle. Tnus, cue by cne, tie leading intellects of the country come to the ground that the intention of the people pointed out as the only proper olc to be assumed, "when the first hostile gnn •was fired. We shall take pleasure in trans fer: ng portions of Dr. Browzson’a admirable rescuing to our columns. ;B«H JtFFKRsON CIIY. 1> pedal Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune. Jeffecsoh Cut, Saturday 1 r. u., Sept. 2S. A special train came up irom Bt. Louis last eight, bringing Gen. Fremont and staff, con- EiFAicg ofthirty officers. It 5s thought he win regain here until Monday and then proceed to Sedalis, the western terminus of the SL Louis and Pacific Railroad, eixty-two miles west of Jefferson. Military matters are In great confusion here. For ten cays past there has been no governing head in command. There are officers enough, but they ere idle “ awaiting orders.” AU the way to Sedslla the same lack of system and business management prevails. One of the createet things of which Fremont is deficient is a competent Railroad Superintendent—some euch man as Cob Hammond of the Burlington, or Arthur of the Illinois Central, to arrange Ihe trains and run them according to time tables, and to expedite the loading and un loading ot public property,- This business is beirgtransactedinashockingmanner. Troops, Equipments and stores are not forwarded with half the celerity the magnitude of the occasion requires, and, in my humble judgment, the ex pedition Is put In great jeopardy. There arc about 12,000 troops at Sedfdia and viciLity, 2000 at Lamina bridge, 30 mile- east of Stoalia, and about 7000 here or between St* Louis ard JtffciEor.—the whole making in the neighborhood of 20,000 soldiers. Opposed t d them P.'lcehae under him notless than 25,030, bdc McCulloch 15 000, total 40,000. Tais is rather an, under than an over estimate. The whoit adult mole secession population of WiaUm Missouri have joined Prise’s army. Thv capture cf Mulligan’s brigade has made them delirious with joy. They are confident of having SL Louis wltfc 5 n three weeks. So they have tamed out en masse, every man for* lifting his own weapons, horses and food, and tloee who are destitute ofioodandherses lake them from the farmers. Gtn Hunter and staff lefc Bella five or six dajs ego and came here, where they are await* leg orders. Gen. Hunter was commissioned by rbe President to proceed to the Western Department, report to Gen. Fremont and take coidn:and ol the HUnols troops. The latter has wholly disregarded th ? s mandate of the Executive, and has assigned to Gen. Hunter for the present the following regiments, which arc scattered in every direction, The 13th, 14‘b aid 15th’Emote regiments of infantry, one regiment cf Indiana infantry, one Kansas do, one lowa ditto, two Missouri regiments, and Ellis’ Missouri cavalry, who are destitute of eabres or pistols, and have only Hill’s carbines. Many of them are without saddles or bridles. Hunter has only two pieces of artil lery, Which Cob Palmer managed to take uwsy from Springfield, Illinois. For some un known reason, Gen. Hunter is overshadowed and pushed aside to make room lor men of unknown merits and Californian and Euro pean astccedcata. There Is ebmethlng rotten in Denmark. More anon, M. SETOSJ) LETTER. • • tJimEusoKdTT t £tpli*9, 1861. TLe petition of affidta have not materially, charged since my last letter. Troops continue to arrive from St- Louis; the same disorder and lack of system prevail. Gen. Fremontknows/ little cr nothing about the d etaik of army busl-* ness, and nobody who does is entrusted with MLlhorit j. When tbe troopEbere will move for ws* C, depence upon circumstances. Gen. Fre moLi says that he expected to find the regi ments in a state of complete readiness to take the Had, but bn‘the contrary he learns that they ere hoi half equipped, and some bat par tially aimed. He should have acquainted him helf cf this before he sent them here. Htmter jeiraics quietly at his quarters awaiting or der. Sa Car he nothing todo.- -He is hot coEtUited, ter placed on active duty, while coi-.iitlon rtlgc7 cupreme. * When he left Eclia ’.Lctc wtrt five regiments at that sta- Uou ; cne-ofturn. Col. Palmer’s, was ordered to .jiff-«CB Cilj i.j rail. _TLree others were’ dL-cc.idto asrto racte toe eemtrj.TO miles, to «.:is c.vj, wh-tb. they commence doing on the SB:i —ft. .Y-eU-retj two meteengers-rrere ffi!;alolcd to rrdir to* htomSetoVesctoi- Burch ijsdtio Hells. This war done cc too sir.; gto ef a rtjitet tut a pottle- bi itoCol- VOLUME XV. loch’s' forces might intercept them, or that Hardee’s men might' capture the regiment left behind. Whether the brigade la to remain at Bella, or proceed here by rail, I have net yet learned. An examination of the map con* yiiiCts me that It is a false alarm, and that there is no secession force in that direction which could Impede or jeopardize the three regiments en route frem Rolls to Jefferson. - Another singular militaiy movement has just been ordered. Gen. Pope arrived here by steamer last night, accompanied by a portion cfCoL Julius White’s regiment. He has been cider ed to take two or three regiments of infantry and proceed up the river in steamers to Boom Hie some fifty miles above here. What cm be the good of this movement? Two regiments stationed there were last week inarched to Syracuse, seme twenty miles son’ll, on the Pacific Eailroad. The puzzle is -why Gen. Pope has not been assigned to command a brigade in the contemplated operations against Price? Why is he shoved off to one side where he can do no possible good, but is exposed to be cut off and captured by a dash from an enterprising enemy? The Illinois Generals are elbowed to one side to make room for the California contractors. The fe' I ing of rihag-riu and resentment among Illinois officers ere long will be made manifest. The last accounts from Gen. Price are to the effect that he is building strong fortifications on the Frir Grounds at Lexisgton. Cm it bs posa ble that he intends to await an attack there? It Is very trne that the country to the south has been exhausted of provisions. The secea s!cn locustwhave’devoured everything in the shape of subsistence, while around Lexington ie a productive country, foil of food, niggers end secessionists. But Price must expect to have a great pitched battle to fight before long with the main body of Fremont’s forces, though intimations were floating about Jcffer* sen last night, that our forces at Sedalia and vicinity were to be withdrawn to this place, and an elaborate system of fortifications were to be commenced for the protection of the Slate Capital, after the style of the grand quad rilateral at St. Louis. If this should be the programme, which I do not believe. Price is £a*e. The thing most needed here at this time is a military man to be placed in command. The California speculators are well enough in. thdr place, but the right men are not in the r.-uht place at this time. A short time will verify this statement to the full satisfaction of the Government and country. Glitter and pomp; sentries ten deep; grand body guard; imperial exclusiveness and oriental style are nos the things best adapted lodeau iTsaourl of secessionists. ’ AFFAIRS IN MISSOURI. Fremont's fined departure and its uncertainty be-, lore lie started —Refund of Cot. Blair to ac rept the release ordered by Gen. Fremont—VoL Blair cn HuVigan's -fate —Another S-.cetsion Ordinance— Ciaib. Jackson's Legislature ui ses siojt—A Confiscation Act probablypasr.d—Ar rival of a portion of the Irish Brigade—Rich story of a iccU disciplined Confederate soldier— The temporary suppression of the Evening Feus —ArUi cocrciouisU changed to first rate Union men—Remarkable reformation—Recec sJyfor confining military officers to quarters— Curious coincidence at a meeting of Irish legal citizens—Arrests for uttering seditious sttiUmcnts—An incorrect estimate of 2l>ssouri rebel troops —Fan telegraph bulU—Canards afloat. fecial Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune, j £t. Louis, Sept. 29, 18GU There is a general feeling of relief that Fre has finally started for the interior. Yr-y little is known here of his plan?, as the General possesses the rare tact of keeping his own counsel? pretty close —a fact admirably il lustrated by the suspense in which the various members of his staff were kept for nearly a week awaiting their chieTs departure. It he* gan to he suspected that Fremont would be detained-here several days longer. At on© time he told CoL Gurley, of Ob»o, one of the stc-ff, that he might as wdl return to Cincin nati and complete certain busing's.; and after IMs became known, the suspicion become perfect that Fremont would remain in town till the next week. Bat on the following day the verbal instructions were countermanded by an official order. Again, therucsrlalnty of bis departure -was rendered provok ? ng by a positive assertion at headquarters on the 25ih tbst at 11 A. SI. tbe General and staff would st-iit on tbe steamer G. W. Graham. Severd mTitary men and newspaper correspondents mre on band, but there was no departure at that Vme, On Thursday evening, member: of tbe staff received word that Fremont would v -. Te for Jefferson at 8 o’clock the nest mom* •*, jr. A«> a result, several Individuals at Bir lium’fi and ether popular hotels rose at an nn ntna’ly e'jrly hour. At 1 o’clock the Major CcneiJ 1 finally get off. The croakers remark that be left. on Friday—an omen of bad luck htrealisr. We shall see. The telegraph win advise you quickly and surely of the earliest evrats. The discussion of Frank Blair’s arrest has token another lively turn by the announce* mtnt of his release. Strange to say, the first intimation the innocent public of this city bad of the order of relerss was through the columns of the Chicago Teibcke. CoL Blair’s most intimate friends knew nothing about it, ai d even attaches of Ger, Fremont’s head quarters dented any knowledge of the affdr. Hence, for a couple of days tbe matter was involved in great mystery. It wav cleared up, however, on the information that although ILe order rescinding the arrest was uncondi tional, and released Col. Blair to h ; s regiment, tt :il it was worded in such a way as to imply tl at it wes granted as a special favo- to Post xasster General Blair, and that the impulsive Cc loccl declined to accept it or reiume his pt. oid in accordance with it. Tue latest in formation le, that Col. Blair has been ordered to report at Jefferson Barracks. The svory goes that he has demanded an iavesi’gatioa ot the ctarges preferred against him, and ad heres to all that he has sold in criticising Gen. Fremont’s course in Missouri. There is one U ing in connection with this arrest which gpaaks well ler the f-r-seclcg Judgment of Cv i. Blair. On the 16th insh, sevrul days be* ft. the surrender of Lexington, Col. Blur si ated, in the presence of several gentlemen, that be was well satisfied that no adequate ntosnrcs had been taken to rdaforce Col. ilnll'gsn, though the necessity of the case ted teen pressed upon the proper authorities r«pea:ecly; acd from what hekuew he had eo hesitat-on in predicting the surrender of Col. Unircan. It I* not to be wondered at tl-at with tne fate of Gen. Lyon so fresh in his nanory -CoL Blair should have warmly criti cised the course of Gen. Fremont, though friends of the latter insist that Blair would have overlooked all this if he could have had certain contracts. It is positively affirmed by a resident cf Lexington, who left that place on Tuesday af- U rncon, and reached this city on Friday night, tlal the old eeseeh legislature,' or a portion of the members, at a l l events, assemble in Lvx ir gtc>n in pursuance oT a proclamation of Gov. Jickton, and passed an ordinance of secession i&iifjlEg the act cf the Southern Confederacy. Ccngre‘s,adroltUngMisgoniiinio the conthiev erasy prepared at Bichmond sometime ago, w tile in secret session. It Is barely possible a qnoium cf the defunct legislature may have b«.tn there. Most of the decent members long ai;o quit tbeir heme?, though a few like Sena te! Churchill, of St. Louis, have not dared to do eg; acd others like Jeff Thompson and Wall ins sre in tbe army of occupation station ed near Bird’s Point When our informant lift, this delectable organization were discuss i* g an azt confiscating the property of the en emies cf the Southern Confederacy. The only poitt of difference beieg, it is understood,bow tar the confiscation sha*l go—whether to the y ropirty of armed tnennes or all enemies, whether armed or otherwise. Practically the cnactmct of such farcical measures will ha ve no effect upon the present Issues before the peo p'c of the State. Hebei armies, and even rebel tqufccs, have, for weeks, seized every ppscles o: property belonging to Unionists whica they ccuid possibly lay hands.npon, and, in many cates, they have impressed property belonging to their own sympathisers into service with out remorse or excuse. TVfo steamboat loads of members of the Ii i£h Brigade have arrived here and gone Into quarters temporarily at the Benton Barracks. Trey show toe marks -of the terrible resist aice made by C6L Mulligan’s command at Lexington. Sorce-of tbe men are furious be cause of the failure of the Government to piovide them with fresh outfits. It is alleged b*. eeveral cf the brigade that the reason they wtre released was because of the inability of , G: n. price to furnish them with food, Ids own arn.y requiring all the provisions captured w.th CoL Mulligan, and havingno supplies of tlese adequate to the emergency. One of tl e privates tells a rich story of the Uek of discipline evinced by the Confederate!. He taysihat the only instates of regulnity or tystem in the whole attack is that .shown by a Texor, who.for several days during which ttetclgc lasted, cameforth at daylight with a tin kettle of water, provisions and a jog of whifcky, which he secured behind a tree, and leaded and .fired from his rifle, shot after Ehcffifll’ nearly nccn,whuihc would cease, dcilheraUly withdraw- a short distance, lay down hie gun, seat himself and eat and drink. Alter about an hcnr,se resumed firing, and •coirißUC-dtiHdaik. This incident waswlt uctßfc ferfr ree sncceseiTcdayaby many cf the V tier troops. It fa remarked that the old ti% Icw always dodged behind a tree after firing, iic Eo ifCij.cJ tie aiisy facts »mta it his. Tbetecpcrszy enpprecsion of the JSotnvvj iVhcs and the arrest of the editor and proprie tor created as immcuEC'dca! of qoietiadigna' tiOD among Uclonmen in Oils community. At first masy lojal citizens were actually afraid to express their indigestion lor fear that they night be coiled to account likewise. The only excuse for the act is that the city is under martial law* and sharp censure upon. the military authorities is a breach of public order. Now that the parties haye been re leased, the opinion is freely expressed that General Fremont committed a great error in ordering this arrest. The Kem article was milk and water compared with the trenchant critic’tm which appeared in the Chicago Tribune of the same day. Oh, It was lucky you were 285 miles distant.- Otherwise that scorcher of Tuesday might have caused your readers, a disappointment on ■Wednesday. h?aiy individual changes have taken place within a few weeks; Many persons whose se cession proclivities stock out on every occa sion, ©re now first rate Union men—wnether honestly or not, He who judges all hearts alone understands. Among these men may be mentioned several whose Unionism was recently very tender-footed indeed. In the litt (If it could be given entire,) will be found the names of Jas. H Luca*, the mi’Uonaire, Wayman Crow, Jas. E. Yeatman, and Archi bald Gamble, ill these gentlemen were ter ribly indignant because Gen. (then Captain) Lyon broke no Camp Jackson, and petitioned the President'for his remove 1 , although Mr. i Crow, it is now refused to s ; gn thepa per sent on to Weriilrgton. At aU events, he i lent h»s prc&ence to the conference. Now it I is represented that be has loaned Genu Fre- I naont a Lsrsrc Bum of money which he cannot get. Mr.TeatmaniaoneoftheSmltaryCom mlesicn. Mr. Gamble is brother to. the Gov ernor, and Mr. Lucas is for throttling the re bellion as speedily as possible—-a natural wish I for a ttvst) who has a thousand tenants whose 1 rent he bes been forced toreduce one-half, and 1 in some instances give up entirely. There are 1 other filet rate Urion men who, in the month of June, were rampant “ anti-coercionistß,” bnt their fealty is governed altogether by deft- Isrb and cental . . Mnct tas been said about the strictness of Gen. MeCleJWs discipline, and of bis refc:m in the habits of officer*, -who are no longer permitted to roam abont the streets andwhts ky ehops of Washington. The introduction of stub measures Into the service in St. Louis ■would improve appearances materially. Cav alry officers and men arc in the habit of charg ing through some of the principal streets at a tearing pace, and ♦he sight of drunken soldiers is tccTccrnmon fbr a well conducted army. Tbefcliowing incident, related by a St. Louis co-respondent of the Cincinnati Times, is probably not exaggerated. The writer says; “ A Colonel in fall regimentals has been seen for days and weeks at the Planters’ Hotel, reeling through the passages; and every street will show you soldiers on foot and drm k. I saw one to-day, whose command was under review at the general order, so drunk th?t bis horse got him off down the street, and he had no power over him.” A glorious meeting of Irishmen and others, to mitherth® organization of an Irish B'igade >r- this citv, was held last night at the Court Hcuse. Several speeches were made and by a ce'-ous coincidence Major Jos. B. Bolline, M. C spoke irom toe same platform In favor of the Union with K. M. Stewart, his old oppo neat for Gubernatorial honors, and John B. Henderson, b»s late opponent for Congress ional honors. Eollins was formerly a strong Know-Nothing, but here he avowed himself ready to hug every Irishman to his bo som. who sustains his adopted country. Secessionists have to keep quiet in public new. Upon any outbursts of trea'jonab.e Ber.timcnts coming to the Provost Marshal’s notice, the guilty party is attested. A young Irish lawyer named John P. Conran has been sent to Cairo for saying he would rather- stay in prison a hundred years than swear to pup pc-t any such a d—u government as that- of Lincoln’c. The qurerest part ot this case is that Conran was formerly a Bspublicm, and voted for Frank P. Blair. Ho was at one time engaged in reporting for the Missouri Democrat. . . , . 1 . , li the New York Herald's list of rebel ire ops now in the field be no nearer correct ■than the list published undertbehead of Mis souri—it is a terrible botch. The Missouri troops as given by the Herald embraces only the names of the officers of the regiments and divisions as they existed prior to the breaking up of Camp Jackson. Nearly if not quite sli jot the officers whose names figure in the list of the first thice regiments, were taken prisoners at Cemp Jackson and gave their parole not toteko up arms against the United States. It is tree some of them have violated tiie»r parole, bul a majority are still htre. The old military organization was vir tually disbanded by the secession outbreak, and the present M ; -eourl rebel troops are offi cered by different Co’onels, Majors, Captains and Lieutenants from those named by the Herald. The allotment of 40,003 rebel troops to Missouri is too large. The number does not exceed 25,000 at the outside. A* the Herald's recapitulation has been extensively copied, this correction’s necessary. A just been csmpletdtolronton end wul be in working order before these lines arc in type. „ , , The usual number cf absurd rumors have been afloat during the week and none of them C. FBOSI HOLLA. Is UcCjllocL Dead? Our correspondent at Roffa, ■whose letter has hern •unaccountably delayed, writes 01 the 2ith thus: TLe ambulances wh'ch went to Springfield seme t s me since under command of Lieut. L H. WJlinms of yonv city, s-ilved today at uccr. They br.-ng forward fi'iy o' the sick and wounded- and have left about.l9s ;ti the icsnitals of Springfield Lieut. WHMsins and his party, were taken prisoners 0“ war, and de lated some ten or twelve days in that city. They reporta force of 1,200 rebels there, and about the same number at Lebanon, seventy miles eouthu est of. th ; s place. . Tney say that the prevailing opinion among Union men at Springfield is that McCulloch t« dead, and thro is the strongest probability of the truth of Ihe statement Theta is not a men to be found who has seen him since the bsttle of Wilson’s Creek, and there is every reason to believe that the arch traitor has met his just deserts in a dishonorable de-ith. Lost evening the dclached .'force, which hasheen posted at Salem for two weeks p=at, c*me in with a lot cf horses end mules, aid some forty to fiTy contraband negroes, the property of prominent secessionist-'*. The negroes nad been started towards the Arkansas border, and were overtaken by our men.’ > They are, I should judge, an “A No. 1” article. What disposition is to be ms de ot them has not yet transpired. Yours, &c., Picket, military matter* In Indiana. [Special D!cpatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.} Ikdiattapolis, Sept. 39. From a special dispr.tch to Gbv. Morton >.t.m a prominent gentlemen in Washington, Xlfaru that Col. Sol, Merldllh’s 19th Indiana rcgimr'L was eosaged in the excursion oa the 25th. in which”they captured one hundred loads of hoy, twenty of grain, some sixty he ad of cattle, and one prisoner. Wo have reliable information that they killed twenty of the enemy, yet they escaped with a few slight scratches, although five balls and shells fell witlia twenty Icet of the regiment. The 19.h kss highly complimented by General SuJth’s aid and Capt Molt of Mott’s battery, on the handsome line kept while in advance of oil other troops ard under fire. This regi ment is one of the best in the service and holds the post of honor, being Ihe advance guard of the Grand Army. Col. Wilbcli’s Gcrmfn Raiment left on Sat urday evening, armed and equipped in a mag nificent manner. They left on the Madison tram amid thepUudiia end huzzas of hun dreds. Their emcera are August Wdlicb, CoP or.el; Henry Yon Trebex, Lieut. Colonel; Wm. Scbrachenbsrg, Major, sndEdward Mul ler, Quartermaster. They were accompanied "by a splendid brass band, , The 3Sd regiment left this morning on the Jiff. TbOLvlTic read for Louisville. Its officers are John Cob urn .Colon el; James Henderson. L'eut- Colonel; Wm. J. ilanker, Melor; ana H B. Finch, Quartermaster. They marched tbrcueh the streets this morning, to martial iru«ici with colors flying. -Mr. Miller’s regiment, from Laportc, has been ordered here to be armed and equipped. It will arrive on Wednesday next. CoL Craft Hit Evansville tht* morning, with five hun dred men, for Lock No. 1 on Grcsn river, it being alleged that the rebels intended to de stroy the lock. As his men were descending tie liver, a few days since, a min appearcU wltha scccsh fisg, hollowing for Jeff. Davis. Five of the boja fired at him and every baH took effect. The Hon. Chas. Case, late iL C. from the Tixtli District, has accepted the Afijutautcy of the 44ih rtg'ment, now being raised in that District. United Steles Paymasters are here onlheirroad to St. Loni?, Miesonri, where funds await them to pay off the troops. A large number of arms were shipped to Warwick county yesterday. A large number of contraband revolvers, seized durirg the'past three months by the Collector ot the Port at New Albany v were turned over to the State authorities yester fi*y. . ‘ ‘ > ' i! ran ee ns Columbia. Couxtv. —The. Co lumhuß (Wis.) Journal brings news of the com mission of a murder in the town of Leeds, in that county, and subsequent manifestations' of Lynch law. It seems that a number of u Pinery boys” paid a visit to the house of one Pony Priest-not with the bestof motives; They aid not succeed in the 'purpose, and threatened to come again and fores compli ance with their desires. . She warned them, that she would shoot any one attempting to come in. She called in :her ftther-ln law to ■ help her—-loaded a double barrelled gnr, and put herself on the defensive. The rowdies returned in the night, andfclcted cp€n the door, when aim shot- one oC.ihem dead, and would have shot another, but the c*i* tiplcdcd, without discharging the gun: She \hcn delivered herself up to the autooii* tus,- and-was putin Jail; when the rowdies burnt down her house, with all the clothing of herself aid children, and'threatened to Uhe her out and hang her. IT the Journal te ’s the story slight, we ezj ehe bettM them the should be restored to liberty, aidbfcvehtr property mode up to ber.— ■ JfU vwukee Scniind, 2Qih, CHICAGO, OCTOBER 1, 1861. A Newport, Kt- liip ■»«•* Ajrremt forfreaiei* [From nawrttft, 80th 1 Judge r. A. Boyd, of [the Campliell (K]r.> County Court, who naabeen a warm advocate of the light of secession, and a Violent de* nouncer of the Government, war airested on Saturday, at the house of Mrs. Craig, Ms sis ter-in-law, on Plum street hear Front, Cincin nati, Officers Pollock and Rose, of the Cus tom, House, made the arrest, and found the Judge concealed In the-cellar of the house, hut he declared that he was persuaded to go there by the fezrsles, and add edit at it was Mb Intention to put Mnwif beyond the reach of arrest had the officers not anticipated his flight a few boms. . , ■ , Judge Bojd was taken to C ov'ugtou and placed In the charge of Deputy U. S. Marshal ft’m. H, AHnult, who conveyed Mm to the ■United States B‘.tracks • at N&flport, very mn *h against his. disposition, for he expressed a strong repugnance tobelng placed under military power. At'bis request he was conveyed to the Barracks by the back way, but wilbin the hour Ms arrest was noised abroad. After remaining in. custody a short time, Major King, we are informed, took the responsibility ot discharging bis prisoner, up on the grounds that there was’not sufficient evidence cgalust hlmto warrant his detention. BHiaonri MlUtrry Items. [From the SL Louis Democrat, £Dth.] Co 1 . Marshall of the IWrais Cavalry, exp ■Lured at Leanrgton end escbar»edfor Msj. Hueglrs, arrived in the city yesterday. Becbuits —Tne steamer Backer State from Keokuk, brought yesterday 150 recruits for tbesnuy. They are a striking body of men, : all hi rculeau in their proportions, and will prove tip top coldiere. Peculiar Chaege—lmpeisokmfst —Cspt, Schreiner, of the Fourth Chicago Dragoons, •was imprisoned yesterday at the Arsenal, on the charge of ir aucirg men.to desert from the First Missouri light ArtUkrjj and join anoth er—the one he is connected with. - The charge. was made by Major Latbxop, commanding the First Mi'Eoml Light Artillery. • Chief Commissary— Department or tee West.— A epccisl order, dated headquarters Department of the West, Sept. 27th, waa re ceived on Saturday hy Capt. Albert Tracy, late the popular mustering officer at the Arsenal, appointinghimthe chief Commissary of the Eucsistcnce department of the West, and an order to report to .Jefferson City. He left on Saturday to enter upon hte duties. This appointment is a wist one. Mr. Tracy was Captain in the Tenth regiment of infantry, TJ S. Army, snd was lately in Utah. He went ire m Maine to Mexico, and served with honor in that war. He is a popular officer, aud pos sesses all the necessary intelPgence and quali fications for his new and numerous duties. Defences of Cincinnati and Covington. [From the Cincinnati Commercial, SOib.} Most pernor s’in' Cintfuuatihavebuta vagae idea of danger In this quarter. There may be mere peril in onr position than the public miud considers. The defeat of Gen. Sherman t n the Louisville & Nashville road would un questionably he followed by the fall of Louis vllie, and the uprising of the swarms of seces sion desperadoes all through the State of Kentucky. Cincinnati would he the point tbey would all strike at. There would be a gxtud rush of- the robbers of the Westfor This point. How important then is the imme dirtr. reinforcement of Gee. Shennanl The work of throwing up embankments up on tbe hills overlooking the city ol Covington for its defense, has been commenced in the rei"btcrhbcd-of the “first tuimc ) 3 V on the Kentucky Central Railroad. Amos Shinile, Esq., of Covirgtoi?, has the contract for per jomi'cg this labor, which will be conduced mder the surrti lance of a corps of exoorL enced engineers, and will be forwarded with all tbe dispatch cf which its nature wi 1 ’ ai- No work was done yesterday ou the Cortia- Ground’has been broken in three pbces, and other gtogs of laborers wi'l go to work to-day. Two of the large guns at the • Asylum will be token- to Price’s Hill to day. ■To day the main work willbs commenced. It wi‘l be an. octagon redoubt, on the Lex : ;jgtou road, two and a ha’f miles hack of the river. Although the men were not emp l ojcd yester day, yet the day was not lost; tor theengiu ceir» were busy oU day. Before the wess is out guns will be mou» on fourorfiye of these works, and a gua*d of six men wril bo detailed to accompany each piece. Wliolcstle incit of Soldier* on a Cbarge of Murder# * a pai tv of about forty recruits, from CbH lleothe, were arrested botnrJay evening bya laiitß dctacbnaait of policemen, hsaded-by their Chief, Col. Dudley, chaiged with mur dering » negro on ttuii- way to th:s city. It appears that on the snivel of the recruit! at « p'ace called Leesburg* on the Marietta & ClEdDnstlßrllroad, a difflcuUy oc iorred be tween one of the party and a negro standing upon the pla-form, which resulted in the ne gro receiving a fatal wound from a pistol in the hsnd of ore o? the recinits. The C iptilu of the company refused to give up the guilty men, nHcgirg that he had only acted in scii defence, which resulted in the arre.tof the ent'rc party on the*r arrival here. Later in the day, they were all discharged ’but three, Who are believed to be directly connected with the negro’s death.—ClncbiTf at* QdzsUe t 30* ft. Great Freshet in the Upper Blvers*' From the officers of the steamer Prima Don na, which vessel arrived at our wharf last evtn J ng from Wheeling, we leoru that the upper tributaries of the Ohio ate greatly swol len. Doth the Kanawhas are b*-uk fal 1 , and monitor cut at a fmlous rate. The rise in the Lillie Aarawhahas swept away quanti ties of oil, which hod been prepared for ship ment, end below its mouth the surface of tne Ohio is said-to be covered with hundreds of ‘ bai rels of the oleaginous liquid. So foil is the river above with arift-wood, that it is thought upwrrd bound hoots will find it almost imuos sible to get along. At this point last evening the river was rising rapidly.— Cincinnati Ga • zette, SOto. . '••• From Fraolrfori, Ky.,—State Troops to be placed under federal Au thority. [By telegraph to the Clocinnati Commercial.] • Fbasefoet, Sept. 29. The proposition nowbefore the Legislature, to place all the State troops under Federal au tb critics, w ill be adopted. James B. Clay and other secession prisoners parsed Louisville under guard. CoL Stecdman’s 14:h Ohio passed through to LouisyTle to nieht, and were grteud with continued stints by the entire population of Frank fort. In many counties of the State the Cl lordsts and “S»"ce£S ? onist£ have held meet ing?, aud united in a determination to drive ou'l. ihc Confederate iuvadeis. Gen. Buckner ha? been sadly disappointed In the reception which he aud his army have icce : ved. Thomas B. Monroe, Jr., late Secre tary of State, is said to be on Buckner* staff, sna Nat, Gaither of Adair, the Governor's son in-law, is designated his successor. ‘ G, A People Unwilling to Protect Them selves.— I Tne army correspondent of the Cin cinnati GoztUe, writing from Cross Lines, Ya, onTcr.day the 2-Uhult,says: Over ihe whole country, except Immediately ?u those counties where the Union strength is overwhelming, the secessionists continue to car rv on their guerrilla warfare, and to hold in teirtr a people that lack spirit to defend themselves. One would suppose that if the Ohio and. Indiana troops keep out the invad ers from Eastern Virginia, the boasted Union strength of'the country might at least be able to prottet itself from its internal foes, but even so moderate a hope is disappointed, and nfi er we have driven off Garnett aud Pegram, Floyd and‘Wise, the people, stfllheg that we will inarch hero and march there, to protect them from an insolent minority among them selves. Guerrillas cont'xme to harass our wagon trains and messengers. Powell’s mountain, a few m l ’es north of SummersvUle, in particu larly ir'csted with these indigenous types of the cMvaliic warrior. But a tew days ago, a couple cf our teamsters were shot there, and several narrow escapes have be.-n made in the same vicinity. Baches’ Ferry is another point where these guerrillas have been abund ant. CoL Smith caught two o: three of them, there, the other day, concetr’ng whose guilt there can be no question. In any other coun try they would be instantly shot; we shril doubtless tenderly transport them to Colum bus. A Mas Dijivek fbom Kektuckt roa Refu sing to join the Rebels.—TheMadteoa (lad.) Courier of tbe 27th says; Mr. Willlan H. ergg moved from this c’ty in March last to iltade county, Kentucky, near .the town of Gam* tlsvlEe, where he rented ’a small farm. and put in and worked a crop. Io addition to attending the farm, he erected a machine to make lathes, which he had in operation. Mr. tegrigg is a loyal man, and refueed to join a secret society of the rebels, the object of which is to examine and run away <jr kill every Union orNorthem man. imthe county, to have Kentucky a member of the so-called Southern Confederacy. &&. &c. An intercepted letter frem a friend In this city to Mr. legrigg caused suspicion and he was finally compelka tolesve •life crop and his. goods, and flee by night with his little family to the Indiana side of the river, , on'the bank of which hg stayed all night. Uearrived in tins city yesterday, on the steamer Poland. • • More RruKT-B Aebived —Two rebels were brought into the city last night, by a portion' of CoL Smith’s regiment, from St Joseph.* It 1b supposed they wereengaged in the outrage upon the bridge over theLbttie Platte River, wb'cb caused the destruction of so many lives a short time since. One of them, we under- Stand, was an express messenger. We are aleo informed that one or two more messen gers, employed by the. Express Company in this eectidprore none ico good to do the same. Urdcfajob if they only tad a chance. -Tae Company bweit to themselves and their pat ro! 6 to purge itrelf of til each pestilences.— Quincy ' Chaplain fob Gsa.-Ebemokt:—The Kll wsukco jßteßot« sajsv Mr. AlexmderPfeiffor, welVknown to the German citisens of this city .behaving appeared on fhe-etsge of German Theatre'here, boa been ; .appointed , Fide Cht®!»ia by Gtn. Fremont. .^ THE UTESTIHWS. AFFAIRS ON THE POTOSiC. What was Found at Munson's Hill,- 3__"~ SKIRMISHING NEA? CAIRO. GER. FREBORTAHD IHECABIRET. Another McCulloch la the Field. JEN. PUCE STILL AT LEXINGTON. &; COSD $SC 3 CCO.COO OF THE LHS TAKES. FROM WASHINGTON. [Spccial'Disp&Lch to the Chicago Tribune,] - 1 _ - Washington, Sept 38. Abetter has turned up in the-DeadLottcr* Office addressed to General by two or thtee Spanish firms in’Chili, offering a iosn of one million five hnudro&thqasa’id dol lars at eight per cent, to Treasury Jn one year a! ier a recognition of the Confederate States, .--i. appointedto day, in accordancawilh the recent act of Congress. Fifty more?are to be ap pomted. i ' Captain^Elisha D. Brighaiiihss been ap pointed latent Commissioner, aud J. J. Gapirgrr, Captaln of the iGthEeguter lufan- Uy, now Recruiting at Chicago; Currie haa been appointed Assist ant' Adjutant General to General Wm. F, Smith, andE. C. Franklin anSG. H. Hubbard trigade Sargeons. At Munson’s Hill the rehriileft an ice house well stocked, also aquautttyjdf fresh beef; a large supply, of honey, aud cattle. The Union troops have already and other wise demolished a other valuable property. V "-^r:' The reports that the -Potomac is closed are incorrect,. The Beliance cameup last night. No vessels have been flrcUjnto since Thurs day, hut 'ccmmanders of mediant vessels do not consider it safe to venire up and down the river- The down this morning, and the Underwrite* is nearly ready to join the flotiI T a. . G*.n. McClellan lesnes a general order complimenting Gen. McDojfell’s 'division of thcaimy. Maj. Gen. Gibson, CommlsiaTy General, died last night.- /f The Government has suspended action in Gen. FreTucnt’acasc to awedt farther tidings from Missouri. Officers are unable or uiwil r-vg to prevent much feeling excited here inccricqucLce. *\ Washington, Sept 80.—Oar troops across the Potomac are In fine spirits today. Gen. McClellan is evidently taking suet precautions as ■will ensure tie success of any future move ments that he may make. Tie prominent positions at Munson’s Bf 1 , Pall’s Church., and Up.on’sHUl, which -were so suddenly evacua ted by the encmv, have been strengthened by r - . huge bodies of Federa’ troops, and our men [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.} axe row engaged in throwing up strong field , Sr.Lotris, Sept. 30. works. The advance ot our army is slow and •P'ccM ~f.rßhp the Chicago train report that cautions. It is believedhere that the rebel T.-BCI & crs by the fOK€B are concentrated between Aquia. Creek Eh c sell, of the London T&nes, vras \i.rteiday at Wi3mirgtoij,'lda., for shooting i ©u the Potomac. tame dveka and disturbing worship while in A meseengerjuat arrived from the Chain ~ _ - _ • ■ _ Bncce biiEcs a repoi vthat the enemy arem pr’tnli. of game., strong force at Leesbur*, and that their entire No by trains from Tronton, Kalla and divide. ' One division has t ihericn City. taken position above Washington, and the G“i* Totten took "ol’ t batteries of artillery other .belowthe tfty. This statement ssha r dly i, at Jet- 11 19 «“*' f-.~£o_i Barracks awaiting orders. The 'Hli- The Federal guubost Yankee yesterday re no-* Ifl’b, and 4th lowa, marched overland, connoitered their batteries at Fr« Stone •r-om- EojWto Jefferson. the Potomac,' and found them do v settee. The President has given assurance that no dratting for the army shall be resorted to in the West until all the Eastern State* have famished their fall quota of the 500,000 men. Acltizenof CharlentonaudbHsonbave ar rived here, via Nashville, bringing Important news. They were robbed of aU their sp'-clo in Tennessee. Before they let* South Cave • lina the people w«e par’C stricken oyer the n !"C Cl T.o reoei defeat at Sitteres Inlet. They declare that the number of the enemy a troops have been greatly exaggerated. Washington, Sept, 30.—Commissary Gen ersl Gibcou died here to day, aged 85. : The por-ltion of the Federal and rebel ar mies ;s about the some as yesterday. It ap pc-ra that the rebels evacuated Palis Chuich the‘day brfoie our troops occupied it. Tue Federal pickets now occupy one end of the vJUrge, and the rebels the orher, about aquor ter of a mile apart. Fre&h rebel earthworks are being thrown up, commanding thevillage. FROM ST. L.OUIS, SECOXD DISPATCH [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] St. LouiH; Sept. 80.1S8X. A special dispatch to the St. Louis dated Jefferson City, SOth, says a second arri ve! from Warraw thm evening brings no intel- Vgruce of importance. Marauding rebel vets »bout the No force of soy magnitude seen or heard oi. Pickets of Price’s army extend from Lexing ton to w Ithin about 8 irUes of Georgetown, and are stationed near one another, end intel ligence of our movements is conveyed to Price in the shortest space of time, A telegraphic wire,. "was laid to Gan. Fre mont’s Camp LUHe, this af ternoon. ilaj. Tanner, of the 221 Indiana Raiment, wounded at Glasgow in an unfortunate ren contre between Federal forces, died this after noon. The body wi 1 ! leave on the tarn to morrow morning for home, _An Indiana mIH. tsiy escort will be detailed to accompany the it mates from the hotel to the depot. Cob Stevenson’s 7th Regiment is aTorg the arrivals to day. They came from Holla. The lowa boys are]at home with axes in their hands. Thc!r labors do them much cr<ait. . A gnu belonging to one of the batte ries now here, when coming down one of the stc:p hills back of the city, to-night, proved Ico heavy for the horses,end was pushed off the road into a ditch about ten feet deep. It we?it over, S’X horses attached to Jf, and the po;i« v iiou£, bet by some miracle only one hoi-c was ir-jured. FROM JJSPFEB*OJf CITY. I Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Jsvtzbtok Crrr, Ho., Sept. 30- T nc c fficers of Mulligan’s Regiment are here, m route for St Louis. - Col. Marshall is also here. It Is reported that Gan. Lone burned Osce ola on Wednesday last His troops were fired upon from windows while marching through the streets, hence the burring. it is reported that Price bos sent 13,000 men against Sturgis, at Kansas City. Price’s object ■ ate capture Leavenworth. Fremont still remains here. Cob White’s re ilnent is going to. BoonvDle. Abo-t,Vith> flag of truce, i 3 going to Lex ington for our wounded soldiers, M, FKOirl CAIRO. [Spe clal Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] 0 axbo. Sept. 80. Lestulgbt about three o’clock, a brisk fight tock place at the Bridge across James bayou, six miles southwest of Norfolk. A force of about 100 Federate were guarding the bridge, when a force of rebels, some t wo or'three hun dred strong, composed of infantry and cavalry, approached with the - intention of destroying :L. The Federate came back to this side of the b>jon,c.T;d af«.er heavy firing on each ride for awhile, the rebels finally withdrew, leaving one man badly wounded and several dead bod : cs on the field. One Federal is mteslug, and two are slightly wounded. The rebel prisoner, who is mortally wounded, says that a large force of Polk’s command left Colum hr .*,‘yesterday, for an attack on Paducah., . Capt. Killer’s _ company in the 28th Illinois, - out guarding the iu M rcaibr!dge Ibis ride. of. Charleston, had a bre. c h with the rebels last r'chtT The Federate repulsed the enemy, bus triningnodamage. The lebdsßuccecded, how ever, in destroying the raTroad bridge next to Cherleston. The brJilg© vriU be immediately rebuilt and protected.; . . A young Missourian is to-night at the head quarters who, last night, escaped from Jeff. Thompson’s army at.Belmont. The young men was impressed into the rebel eervice, an 4 in company with some eight or ten fellows succeeded in bis escape. He says that the whole of Jeff. Thompson’s com mand,- two thousand ‘strong, is encamped at Belmont. They are .armed only with shot ■ -guns and and a few.common. rifiea. v They have but little camp cqulppage, and mostly live in the woods aa animals. .They seem to hareno objectin view, andhD settled plan of omprigh, -This young mansays thatno rebel movement like , the vonerxeported by our wounded prisoner had token place -yesterday, from Colhmbus, to his certain He eays that'hardly a mah of'Thompson’s i: ccmniar d but would estope if possible. ? $ -Bobeit Dickcnnaa* r Company I, B’bßtgl - meat, stotWm.EvaM of the tome company, ■ :-*k ' r ** - tc*day atMound' City, kCUrghliu- iiis&htlj.' It was a wDlfiil murder. . Gen. Grant' atd staff have j ost returned from a visit to Taducah. They Trait up this moiffl .lrg. General McCfeznard usd accompanied by-invited parlies, yesterday visited Monad .City fcr the inspection of gun boats'and tioops. At Gen. McClemand’s order a four pcnrd hofrltzcr was this morning sent to • Mcund City ffcrthc better protection of that place. V Nothing important from Paducah. FROM QUINCY- [SpedaLDispatch to Chicago Tribune.] Qcibct, Sept. 30,1881. While thae iff mutii specalation coacem ing the strength of the two armies about to 'meet at may .be'interesting to state that an anonymous letter received by me, to-day, from Hnutsviile, Mo., dated Sspt. 27ii, expresses the confident opinion that General Fremont w.'U.be beaten unless he cm bring at least 50,C00' men sgalustTrlce. The wrltcreaysthe csuntiy'is filled with armed men marching day end night to reinforce Gen. Price. He is satisfied that Muiligaa’s sur render has added 25CCfror SO,COO to Plica’s strength. He conceals hm namebccanse if he gave it bis neck would not be worth the rope .tbat'would go around it..' • -Every thiug:s«. reported lo he quiet on;the % Hsnnibat& St Joaeph.Ealroad. The troops are ecattcrc d V’ong at thewanous 'stations. GpL Prentiss, wholei there pa Saturday, was to SECONBJ)ISPA-TGE. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.} Qxnxcr,. Sept. 3D—Midnight. A messenger was.enit from Hamilton, Mo., last Friday, to Les>ngtoz>, to ascertain the state of the finances of the Farmers Bank of that phee. He returned on the Sabbath with the statement from the Cashier that the funds belonging to the bankwtichtad beenselzedby the Federate andcaptnrcdby Price* were by the Htterretired to the hank, and that they had received the circulation, which happened to he in thdr owitlauds. This fmessenger also brought a confused statement of Federal steamers* having been filed on and sunk by Price’s batteries some • where on the Missouri Biver, resulting in the killing and drowsing of aR on board. According to the statement of a soldier who srilvcd here to-day, a fight took place at Mon t*ce”o, yesterday, between a emaH force of Home Guards sudtwo or three hundred rebels, in wh ? ch the Colonel of Home Guards was killed and several others wounded. Of course the other tide lost a very much larger number. General News from Vashlagton* Philadelphia, Sept. SO.—The Bulletin has a special dispatch from Washington which says tbatthe'iebels reappeared in lorce on the Po tomac, opposite GnmtFaPs, to day, and opened wlthabatteiy of six pieces ou Gen. McCall’s division. Both sides have ’ been rein forced. Onr batteries opened and the rebels dispersed. None were hurt on onr side. The Federate took possession of LawinsvlUe thvv foreuoor, the rebels retreating atter ,a slight skirmi^?w [Special to the NewTorkEvenlng Post.] Jefferson Cut, Sept, 30. —Infonnatloii has been received here that ten thousand reb els were a lew days since in the Southern part of Green county, moving northward. A body of four thousand rebels are also advancing through Bates county towards Osceola. These are under commend of young McCulloch, either a son or nephew of the übiquitous Ban. Sixty mere officers end privates of ilulli gan’e command arrived here from Lexington this momiog, aud will leave for St. Loirs this afternoon. They saw no rebel troops on the wav down. Capt. Mitchell, a nephew of Col. Marshall, . soys the accusations of cowardice against the Jatu r are grossly unjust; and that he acted as bravely as any other officer of the regiment. Ctept. Mitchell says the rebel army is com peted of stout, healthy and determined men, generally quite well armed, and better clothed than Col, Marshall’s regiment Gfn, Pope left for Boonvil’e this morning* Qr.j;.v a number of Uoops have also gone, Boston, Sept. SO.—The second fifty million dollars loan to the Government was consid ered tc-dsy at a meeting of the Bmk Presi dents, and a resolution was unanimously pelted to take ten millions, which was the apj cit'ciment to the Boston banks. The committee reported that New York would take thirty-five millions and Philadelphia five millions of the present instalment. Over twelve million collars'was bid a. and above par for the new Massachusetts 6 per cent. State loan for one million dollars. Toronto, C. W-, Sept. 80.—The propeller Georce Mcfiatt, with a cargo of grain, report ed drifting In tne lake on Saturday, is a total wreck on Long Point, near Coburg. Crew caved. A number of volunteers left Hamilton to day to join Col. Rankin’s Regiment of Lancers at Detroit It Is reported that bounty U paid tide, and also fare provided by railway to De troit. ' - , Government work on the Parliament build ings at Ottawa was stooped to da?. ■ The cause of the stoppage is not positively known. Arrival of Gen* Lare’a Brigade at Kuna City* Kansas Citt, Bept. SO.—Advices from Lex ington by-private letters state that Gan. Price is retreating from that place, but will most prebshy be cut off from ids retreat by Gen. Fitment. Gen. Lane’s brigade arrived here ibis altemcon, making the total force at this place about 5,000.- - From St. Joecpli—Beporl tbnt 10,000 Kebels are ASiuclaf on thtt Place. St. Joseph, Sept. SO—CoL Smith, com mander at this point,- hav advices that 10,003 of tbe enemy would encamp at Agency Ford, 18 m’lts below this city, to night Scouts are out inthat direction and are expected in to nigbt The available Federal force here does net exceed TOO men. . / . Davekpoet, lowa, Sept SO. —-By the prema ture discharge of a cannon. Corporal T. J. Palmer of Captain -Compton’s Muscatine (Iowa) reuiment, was Berionaly and,,it is feared, totally wounded. Capt Marybrof Clinton, lowa, standing ne»,was .knocted down by the concussion. He bad convol afterwards, but is doing well. ' Death of 9l«j> Gordon Tanner. Jeftieson Cot» Sept Ba— Maj ® ‘ the 22d Indiana, died this evening at 7 o His remains leave for ladlanapolte tomorrow.; i'OEE 'Wiscosax* Xboops.—The Milwaukee stvtiful lean th»t Got. Bonds!! ha issued commissions for five sddiaonsl which will swell the whole number to soven teen There are now six regiments m ser vice near Washington, six more in cimp in ■Wisconsin, snd. fi,e to be raised. Of the six in camp, ali will he ready to more witmn the next two or three weeks. PKBsbwax.—Gen. "Williams leaves'today to Uk“c°mmana of the brigade, comppacdof S! f.5,!... reeimenls, of which he haa been Capt. Win. 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Apply at 762* aith Unions between Fnl* ton and Carroll streets. - ■ - oc»x.t WT ANTED —In Exchange for 11 lint qnalstv or Fannins Lana nearColc»TO. • ntw t rgoot second-hand Steam Engineaad-Bodsr In. running order, str to eight horse - power. Address »*H. B. dTnbnre Office. Chicago. oeutlt TO RENT—A two-story House . on Wabash avenue, betwceaTwelf 'Jx acdLibwty. street House has eleven rooms, with gat and water. Gocd barn on re premises • Possession giventame diat- ly. Apply to A. J. AVBttELL, 370' Waha?h avenae. oeixiw "POUND —About fire weeks ago, X 1 two Pointer Does on the West Bide. The ownrr can have them by calling at northeast corner of Hal. ttCQ and Fulton streets. . oolxst TTOR SAL'S OH TRADE.—A fine X 1 Boxs- - . coed Top Boggy, ind Harness. Would trade taenr for a Piano. WiuseU or tralc them' sepa rately. Address “W.C.M.,” Po.tOiflco Box Ttil. fie-;S-g73*-Stset • TO BENT.—Cottage Houss with , BsrnisndlareeGardeato rent' The neat new Cottage Honse, with good bam and nta* ted at the corner ot Walnut and Robey street one block from stret-t. attha-ienalaas-o'tha Ban. 'dolrh and Lane street Hoise Railroad. Apply oa the premises. oclxst A TTENTION, CaYALRY OF £X FICEBS.-A few OFFICER'S SAB ESS, SASHES. SHOULDER KTKAPfi AND CAP OBNAME-NX3. extra rood ana cheap. Jus* received Belt* and Sashes manufactured at BOWEN’S Glove Store. Ko. 29 Cl wk rtrtet over XT. S.Expreaa Office. - oelMy M oney to loan on first . claw securities, . At Xtow Xlatea. Also, will advance on fir*t-claas Collaterals for 60 or §oda>e. B P. DOWNING & CO, 53 Clark ureet, Saermaa's Block. LOST— A black beaver Easiness Coat, In going from the (Post 021 ia .via State iitrett t> corner of Jackson. Coat contained notes and accounts olnova ue to any enr except the owner. Whoever -will return the same to the btore of H.L. GINDJ-ET ds CO..- at 248 State street or Tribune Of fice; w 11! he soltobly rewarded. oclxtt ‘ WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD!!! SCO Cords of long bod? Hickory Wood, from Detroit River. TO) Cortf-, of Eeacb ana Maple Wood fortalelowatmyTapd, Twelfth ttreet. oc’zlvr D.M.ELDBEO. LOST —Yesterday afternoon about 5 o’clock, a Silver Watch, cjlender escapement four whole Jewels, watch had a leather string att'-ched. Lost on Ssuth Ciark street, between Harrison and ilenroe street. A !'b*>ral reward will be given by re xurtmg it to No. 339 South Clark Bfreet oclxft D. O*HARLOK. Gas stove for sale.— Shaw’s Patect two burners, nearly new and in, goodCTd>r. IngofrentaK CTarfcstreet. ocisgt T\/| 05TET TO LOAN" OiT FIRST- It I class Beal Estate to the South Divisloa. Ad* dress •*!». G-” P. O. Box 3891. giving location o propci ty. ocixtt "DOARDIN&.—A gentleman, and D fcis wife, and two single gentlemen, can ba. ccmmocafcd with pleasant rooms and.soard.at 81 Adams street. ocixSt CHICAGO AND MILWATTKEK \J ' RAILROAD. For nnwaokef) La Crosse’ St/ Paul, Oshkosh, Berlin, and later mediate Points., Oh'and after TUESDAY. Oct. Ist, iSfil, Pisa eager Traire v in leave thcDepot corneaot Wess Kiuzle and Ca'.al streets (SactHys excepted.) as fallows: Bi*s A. M. and Ba® p M., and arrive atMllwauhee at iS:d5 P.li. and 12:05 A. 44. - Pa- staler Trains aiiiTe at Chicago at 2KJO P. ii. 8»d 6:35 P- 31. _ WAUKEUAW ACCOMMODATION TEALS leasee Cblcaco at 5:4S P. lit aad arrives at Chicago at 8:50 A.IL S. C. BAi-DffiS. ■Tt?a cnperlatendect. TJOaEDIIs 6 —One or two gentle- O men, -wishing one or two rooms with the com fortsof homeiaa pri*ati family living on Wabash avei-ne, a short distance ftom the Pont Oia.ce, may ob lain taetame Dj addrcsalug “E. 8.,” Post O2co Box 4080-stating name end present residence so as to conduce to an Interview about the subject ocixSt ITEM, NEW STORE and NEW GOODS. JONES & LAUGHLIK?, (Bnceei»sora to Jones ar I anth). comer of River and L ock bt-ects, ate now re ceiving a large Block of IKON, NAILS, tTEEIi, GLASS, “ • Axes. Shbrel?, Spaces, Scoops, Fence Wire, Sheet. Iron and Heavy Hardware, wh’cn we offer to the tride chean for each. JQJifiS ft LaUGHLIis, Chiogo, Oct.let.lß3l. ocl-sl^OlWiAttW > LLASD & KEAN, BANKERS, SO. 8 SOUIH CUBE STREET. A General Banking Business'transaited. Special atteition given to Collections Pxcliange cn >ew York .K prem. G01d.. .7. ", Cicada Currency » *c. dia. Whcocsln Currency .3®. dls. * Pennsylvania Coxrcrx’'.... dia. Highest piicenald for Illinois and Wisconsin DU cieta. - OCHU TV[OTICK.— Bank of Montreal fv -having rest Fit the Office lately occupied bj Messrs Hofimaon ft Gelpcae, Nos. ««« Lisille Street, TheFotcs of the Institution wUi hereafter be redeemed there. . CflaS. F. SMITHEES, Inspector. OCI-gT'l-IW Tr>VEN3NG SCHOOLS.—Classes Tj ia penmanship, Arithma'lc, Gramir. Geography and Eoc-k.Keeping. will he Instructed two evenings each week at PALM eft’s ACADEMY, 2*3 State ftreet. third eoor tenth of Ada™, by the Pimclpal, commtmimc tula west. Traits—One dollar permo.itn. Tie Day School Is low in»regress. TBBiis—Prim?-y Class live dulltrs: Advanced Department elcht dollars, oclxlt w. D. PALMER, A. SL, Principal, CHOICE PROPERTY FOR \J SALE —Comer Lot on "Wabash avenue, contain- Inghoose ham, 4c,,'a1l ofhric-i; lot large. Also, boose and lar*cl: ; t on west street j flrat dasc ImproTemo'its. A l so, house on lot *3xl3*on comer. All f-T sale low. Term* easy, and some other prepaty taken in exchange. Aaoxes3 t!iroaet Post OCct, o; call at 32 Clark street. E. C. WILDER, oclxit -■ - - LAWIPSI LAMPSI KEROSENE Aod Fluid Lamps* A SEW VARIETY JUST OPENING JOE TOE FALL TRADE. TEEMS EXCLUSIVELY C.I S P- C. L. NOBLE, 175 —Lake Street-—175 [aeara-lstp] CATARRH! CATARRH!! CATARRH!!! 08. SEEIYE'S LIQBID CATABBH BEHEDTM Wakeasted to he a rare cure for CATARRH or COLD IS THE HEAD. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND persona die yearly In tils c-nrtrv of Consumption. Kvery phyaidm know s that wltli folly vwo-ihlrda of this number, tae disease first commenced as a Catarrh, in tli© Nose, Tte next step being to the throat, and bronchial lubes and lastly the lungs. It is easier to care Catarrh than Consumption ana by coring the erst -we prevent the latter. Persons afiooid understandttatthebetter tray to Cire Con- Bnmptlott is to present It , , The symptoms of Cata’rh as they geuersby appear are pt first very slight. Persons find they have a.cold, and-fino that they nave frequent attacks, and are more sensitive totbechaßeeaoftemperatnrfc In this con dition. thenosemaj be dry, ©radish;disclose, thin and acrid, aft'rwtrds becoming mice and adhesive. As the dlse»e becomes chronic the discharge* are m creased In quantity and changed inonalky; ihey wo now thick and heavy, and are either got rid of bloving the nose, or *i«e theylin Into the throat, ana are hacked or coughed off. The offen sive causing abaft breath: tbevoiojisthic*. and.ua* tal- UesyesareweaS; the sense cfemeii la lessened or destroyed; deafness frequemly takes place. Ano tLer common and important symptom of Catarrh Is, that th** person Is obliged to clear his tluoat in tha mowing of a thick or shmy mucous, -which has Mien • cowafrom the head dunrgthenlgtt. Whentld,tokea place, the ptrson may he mre that his disease is on its CATAEEHEEM2DT, edy to assure an who arc KWgs=tie=« tor use one month, with fun and clear directions. °®^ 6 Lake - c %" mSSSSm- Fort omce B ° x ctJe * s °. ll rpr. smPFitRS OF PRODUCE TO THE HEW YORK MARKET. The entacriben baTiojt for the l«t gcrentem been eigagcaia the JOBBING FLOUE TRADE, ~ , in the dtr of Kevr Tali’, witiiont change cf 'flrni; aud‘ in mlntcrropted credit, snlhsvtsz no notas accept anresor busteees chligattoDS out, re»pectfa!ly oiler their services to parties wishing to dispose of flour, grain vb produce Of any Usd (excepting diatflle-d liquor*) la the Haw YorkmarUet wto do notrequire advance*. and wqo wish their property Bold to file best ac vantage, with out foretotr to meet drafts upon it. Prompt remit fauce* yllhe made acd account Bales forwarded as Boon as wit* are completed. Ficm tLeir long experience tn the trad* and ext«a sire acquaintance with buyers the undersgnel bs lieTt-thty «au give entire satLfactioa to alt paruis who entrust prcptrty to their charge. CKOaWELL * : BIKBi.VLL, XJo* 209 Froat Street, H* X* UOTB'BT rEU2ns=IOK TO Em.. President of tl»e Fofioa Baok,New h «W, -jt. fcEPH Fgw sg; * w/nrrrLE.EBQ. Western T' Ceapany. Chicago. NUMBER 73/ Neto 9Qjbettistmrttt». ■pBOF. H. S. OTTISNON—Dear Jt Sir.*—The uai(gnlgßed, forme; members of to or 6jmesstnß«aad thewpil* cow -roderytrap imfrac. turn, hetog-dealroua of mmolfestfag oar esteem toward - you as * Geußematf aodTeacber In some ■ suhstatUX iBSBBer, reacoctfnlly'Batgwt that yw~prewnt to tUs ; citizen* of Chicago la tfte art of GyaU .nasties. We feel aesured tost the nuhUcwllX re*poad - la an appropriate mamsar, and tender you a Comp?- ihent worthy of jour endesrorsto maotaia ai isatt ttrtlon in ourmldst, whJcf-iEnotoniy o benefit to la natrons tot an boner to oar city. If the above meets with yrnr asuoral wc ttr to tender fora COiIPLI-- , MEHTABTrBBNEFIT Gymnasium at such, toe as yon mar derigoafec _ ' ~*_ _ pugnttn Respectfully, 2.1. TStha-n, •■•'• • wimsm CUrte; Douzi» E.Hale, v K. M. Lara way, C, fi;Babcock; ~ W: B. TopHlfc B. F; Qnfinby, William Burger.- Howard Pmuey, ' F. G. Adams, - Metm. E.l Tlnltan. F O; Adam. Howard Prlatlay. E- r.Qulmby, CLG. Bahcoch,.D. S. Hale, WlElam Clsrka and others. - - easxLD«K am in recetot of your Knd ten der of tt Complimentary Beseotr ’ I am truly? grateful fortoe maty azsurancts of youresteem Mend chip which hare been marlies'e*! In so many ways during our Inter vle m s with e;ch other. lean assure you gmtlfmen. that such evidences cf your'zood win are 1 additional laeentcrea to maintain, tae Sjn.- ns si cm in a position you so hicdiy designate October 4th. f&rthe proposed Bxhtttttoa. YtPy truly touts. • H-&-OTXIGWOK.- C! Icayo. Sept- SOth, lESL ocl gTSMs__ Aafei Sltan&panauon. 18U1. TOSHIPFERSOF PfiODUCE. TIBS MB INsCRJSCK SAVED ■ <• Tia CHICAGO, PORT SARHI4 AW&GKEAT W JESTERS RAILWAY LINE. BCSMus and ample arrangements for fee frsjaoor tsttoa or GRAIN and nroperty ol aQ kinds vtafets. route hr fir«-ctew> Propellers and-. Sait Tkieels from Chicago to 6 ami a, Gsxat Wksrs&s RamWAY FromsarmatofiamllKßiana Toronv., sad awoliw Propellent sad Ran Vessels daily from to Oewego, Montreal, sod all American ana - Canadian Ports oa Lake Ontario, making feta a most desirable r( yi»- f*v «h'i>Trwnt n ’ PriSdniV* TIME , A3SX> INSURANCE ttCV be .less bT this tbaa by any ether line, aside entire distance and dar«r ot narigShkmTia w St. Clair Plata'*' and “Lake Brie" is * a Ff>rTrpight or Pas'see apply to A. E« GOODRICH, TanflSEiver street, or to - A. WALLIS GFORD Agent G. W. Railway. Corner Lakq and Dearborn stresta. THE W3STEBS TEASSPORTATIOS CO. AND WESTERN EXPRESS. la e x. THE WESTERN TBANSPORXATION COM ,PASY hsvine made arrangements to rah their Lake 'Steam Propdllara cn alternate days wife feoae of fee NEW TOBK CENTRAL ’ ASD MICHIGAN- CENTRAL \ AILROADS, Numbering twenty-nine first-class. BUnnch and strong steamers now offer to the mercantile and commercial rrulic, fee following evidently supericr fhsUidea for the tr onepprtaUon of merchandise and *rcdnce to and from the Saltern, we&tem, Noifecnrand Sooth west ern States. The Comp any’a aaeqaaßedUASAL facili ties, consisting ot * 130 Canal Boats, Of the largest clast, dx of wfcicn leave New York and Buffalo’daily, connecting at Buffalo wife the following J-ropeUerLlnes, enables It to offer merchants and felp pen snptiior.lnducementa for their patronage. THE WESTERS EXPRESS, (Owned ana operated by this Company) will run over the Tors Control Railroad to Buffalo.C'nnnuting with the various Railroads leadlrg TTcst and with the foil ov leg Lines of Prop tilers on the Upper and Lower Lakes: The Upper Lake Eluo Dally. W. T. Co. Etesirsrs. B. C. & C. Lise Steamers. TOJAWASBA, FOUNTAIN CITY, FREE STATE, WHENONA, MENDOTA MOHAWK PLYMOUTH EVERGREEN CITY , RErniRE, GALENA, MAT FLOWER, CHICAGO, Leaving the dock at Fiie Basin, and foot cf fcpcMgntt afreet, every evening ut 7 o'clock. For frcignt or oae. s&r e&pclyatthe Western Transportation Office, Srle Batin, and fee Buffalo, Cleveland and Chicago Lina Office, toot cr Michigan Etrset. For biralatog and contracts by Canal or Ra*lroad. apply to the folic wing Agents: BVrEZTT CLAPP, Agent NO. ICoentiisap.K.Y. HUGH ALLEN. Frt Age-t * - •* A. H. PLTKBh, Fr't Agent, 3 Aator Houae. " A. COIBON. - n « “ •* B G.CHASE, Agent 113 Pier A’bany, RT. S. G.i/HASK, Mi River Baeet A'roy. S. Y, R.A.eB:ST7OLt), Fr'tAg'tlSlßlVftret," “ J. L. J. J. Agent MlsaiaslDpl acdPrafrla dtt f>- I€ B Raflroad Dock. MilwankeA wit E. a. BUCK. Agent Green Bay. F. EDBDrFrdght Agent Boston. JOHN ALLEN, JBlTpritldfrit.Bnffaio. CONSIGNEES: BOFD * EPESCER Cleveland. Ohio. DEFFTROF B SitTTH & CO., Toledo; Ohio,' J. M. OBBOcvH, Sandusky. Ohio. JOHN EBARF A C*"*,. Erie. Penn, , DUTTON A RAYMOSD. Eacina. Wit KENOSHA PUSH COiIFAFT, Kenosha, WU W. H, WRI6HT ft CO„ Waukegan 111. j. F. KIBKLAFD. eheboygan, Wl»r BIOBBIOMD & TUTTLE, Affentf, Foot of State street. Chicago. 1861. 1861, SOBTHRRS TRiSSPORTATIOS CO. Will during the present season, ninth Elr Una of P)B9T CLASS SCREW STEAMERS EegTilftrly between Ogaeiiibnigb, Cape Vincent, OawejOj and tli© Upper Lake*, roßxare A X) AIL Y LINE, For Cleveland, Sandnaty, Toledo and Detroit. ' l EI-WEEKLY ■LIN' 1 ' To and from chlcasr. MilwanSec, at' 1 ports. Ttth tits ..silio^ forces*' -awreaub, ZTsatau* Hsu- 2r -r. FltrLlmrs-b. Kecaf-Ee!- -riuusion, surf ottier Interne A* ejro t 11 tee Few Os-resro Line 01 Car* ’ *»*£•« / 6£t 0i 03, Albany and New York ■* I L* ongh irelutta unb 1 «:t to bat oae tranaiJs nent anectinjE »t Chicago wito Use seroral Lines a ; Sain a's to tie Scnli and Weak ASKSTE AKD CCSSIGKESA J. Mrß2a.No.i9i yroaCwty. New York. » L. n abkxb, No. S Goentles Slip. New Yori Joss HocxzKe. No. S3 State street Boston. C. L Tbobpsok. Ogdersbargh, K. Y. o. M. Chasbxbltn. Ogdensburghj N. y. 6XO. A. Em>T. Oswego, N. T. Csawtosl 4 Hotst. Oswego, N. Y Wat, web 4 Hatbs, Toledo. Ohlu - 2.HaTEXWa,DetrolLMlch, S J. Halb, Milwaukee-, wia. Tatxob. Mubsat 4 Co.. Eads a 7-‘U, fXLTOJf’* BXEXP. CIgTCIKItL WATWgR* CO.. cSfeago. antfeuS- BEAT REDUCTION IN i-SBIOBT tamb To Montreal, QneSec, Portland asu Liverpool, Ac., Ac. BY QRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CAlfiDAc Jonr Train* leave CWctgo dally for an parts of €sD»da and New England WEEKLY MAIL STEAMERS OT teneral Western Agent l?Late atteet, Ctiesg' TTaxtxx bhajtlt, fieneralMinaser, tontreaL jeia’Q-tmtp DITTER "WINE OF IRON BITTER WISE OF IBOS. BITTER WISE OF IROS. A COMBINATION OP Iron, Sherry Vine and PeravlanßarA •Forming tlie most peWBBPGL XONIC, FOVEBnJL nmCOEATOH, Powerfol Dteestise cordial-known. errCTtiody »p --mra of It It is need with ceraln rocccaa fc ig casea Detfflty, ttrengthenlcg tha wjaksnedbocy. gvrnatone to the TWicna ctms, and sgrigoatfag i entire eystem Prepared only, and soldTay gaiTfi A DWTEB, Prcgrgim and ckemUta. M lAkeet, opposite Tr» moat Bouse. BSAlstp PEACHES, PLUMS, &0., - TobebadaEteejeatronad; - AT SUMMER PRICES. YAKSOH&ACH, 47 - - Btete Street - -47 BISK. Or THIC GOLDKH TKArKBTHA ' Has slugs stock ol FRUIT JARS FOB18M) m GLASS, EABTHEH AOT> Tni Jettj Ptts, EuacDet man* «•» «r.taem rjyi snTPPBKS OF PKODUOB Imoorter* from Europe. to - JAn. liLaiCßtreet,CMCMC*. M. f xajuraTQg. e«n.*rcis*rtA«sit Montreal; BAKIiET MALT AI. - I «ATB on and foe tai& at lofat curt nT . ag - t3card tf.TradaSo&dlßz. h'f, LOUIS, ALTON & CHIC*- Chicago, Aug. SSth. 18SL M<mox-On asd altar this data aH -JSKT -OONTRABAH3> OF WAS," will not be r<V -&gSaß^ , OSßGffifS2fsffl:- bi- ■ ' 5^ p Sqosrc, f ■ '*(• ‘ -- js«i ggaate, each snlwefißgctday, Ot sl),—rti cmeyeirTC**.^.rTgr .':..VS#;Ott ’ 1 - ;•• -^^BcJiedn^orPilee«toittori(Mte*tt«iOh# : w^L»^Si? ?l<pp * bwpaUft* 'jhabtiXck. ; - ■ .. ’ •‘ too .wßgiaw te eta ■ : %%- 00 p& &&*** fcrona yqg. - atmwmeßW. li/rcTICKEB’S THEATRE. J.U VadlaaaOmtMtweea^tatcaßilsaaKgcs. TtJEBDAT, OCTOESB Wi WI. ■ Big .gamait ot tie topnlir Tnsedlia axxi. nb atib, Wto •win male his first anpeoacca In .Chicago far three year*. in a write of his beat Ofeaijeleij. tter«i dition of which has gained for Mgh-praiaa both la swat* ms un uiaiiu. • Lsst night of the GEHAT ntAGEDT of JACK CADE, SECT* JOT iTiTQK. JML KEA^IK--. KENTISH JACK CADS. Mstlamme...... Wat Worthy,. BIASn Ditlti .Tys-crcTTr-air^., To- conclude with the Qrce ol TOCB-LWS IN DIN6SB; >hn Stroi MB. DYE’S PIANO AND YO- XrX 3AL CLASSSS meet se fellows: JuTenfle Class fcf the South Hlrislon. every Sstur da> mcniing. from & kUO o’clock, at Musical HcJoa Academy, corner of Washington and Clarh streets, commesedny aatozdiy, September Z^th. javcnCh Claaa for North Diyistoa, erery Thursday afternoon. Irom halSpaat 4 to h«tf.past 5. In Mi«t nngnlß Academy, o raer of Dearhonx end Ontario ■ - streets, in the rear of Westminster Church, commenc ing October Sd. .•uyenUe Class f>'r W»t Dirtslea erery Taeidsy afternoon, st iiiss Bartow's Academr, comer oC Waih- Irgton aDd*Peorlafctm9i< commencing October izt. .i&onlt tiUps every Friday evening, at Musical Union Academy, Slth. -Plano 0.1*3* every gasuday morning. fromlOtolS. at* 3fu. Icsl Unin Academy, commencing Saturday, hep temhertsth.- 35XS TOE'TWWLTX XSSSOJm: Adult Siseteg Clift, cmtlemen f-KO; Adult Sluing Cla-s. 15d1e3j.45.C0; Juvenile Singing Cls-*wvs’.»; Piano Clay, sesi-g^Cw- E Y A N HAL L-- MRS. J. M. MOZART, Of Neyr Yorir, (formerly of this City,) . TVtf, by rt quest of many friends, giro .1 C COJTCEttT, Assisted by BEB«3. C* dB A~ h* f IRSOW^ MB. mss LUnaißD, ai, FRANZ STiUB) PUaltU AT BBTIK SAZ.Si- , On Thunday Ereslag, October 3d, Tickets ‘FJftv Cents, to be had at Root & Cady’a Mcsic Stcre, at the office of the Hall during fee day nr.ii evening ot the concert. seO-’-ilt HALL.—A Grand Con cert will be given on ITESDiI EVENING, pci. Ist,. On which occasion MBS. MISS Dk PEL2BAM ANIL Mg. . . > UiPAS=IO. will take part. Assisted by a-largaard efficient Orchestra, ThcCoa cert la coder the direction of SOU HANS DAY.ITKJL, Tickets SO Cents; to be had at the door and pels oinal Mnslc Stores and Hotels. Doors open at 7>J o'clock, to commence at 8 o'clock. se2Sx3t jn. MIRASOLTL’S DAKO m<3c nr* • ACADEMY Comer Madison ard Clo-ksta.—Entrance on Madison Class epen at all times for beginners. CBXLnnßs's Class ever? Tuesday and Saturday. Par rents only-allowed 65 vMiora. Assembly ewry Taeo day night for Scholar* andFriexda, and nOTJCraona ad mit bp scholars. sn2S-g4Stfin * g . aufiion 3ales. lUT Gilbert, Saapssa & Warner t •£_>* pgysuT. Atrcnosxasa, 8W Lake street. C9?h advances made on all description of Mec cr an disc. siFiaiaa sotsehoid yrusiTcas, Carpels, Fia&o Fo-te and Sieves, AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, Oct. Ist. at5K o’clock, will be rdW ati'nrStdcsx.ic'niF. a large Msorfeuat of Mah.gany, Walnut t jci Oak Furniture for- Parlor, Diningroom and. Chamber Cottnge Bedstead*, Chair®. Bnrcans and Washatanda; Lounges, Ealr and otherMn’rra;r<s. Velvet Brussels aod Ingrain Car pets and H.ocr Oil £lgtb,cat incaantitlea to suit par. chaeer^, Also—ls Y7OOD A>m OOaX OVOWSB.; GILBERT, SAMPSON * ‘WaBNER. Auctioneers. TTO IHE CIiOCSEKT TRADE. CATtIOaUE SALE OF 50 CratcaßKST WHITE CHOCKEBT, 20 Crates Common andC. C. Ware, AT AUCTION. On FSIHAT. Oct 4th, at 9)4 o’clock, will b? aoldat cor Salesrooms Fo. 83 Lake street. Socrates of Bootes ft Corns’ best White Crockery and C. C. Ware, all of which will be sold without reserve. The attention of the City kiid Crurtry Tirade is particularly invited to t-lB sale, being all frc«h gooes, Juat landed in How York from Liverpool, and to he sold In lota to suit the Trade. Country buyers can have their good? packed and shipped by an experienced packer. Ho charge Car the Ciatfes. QILBBaT sa mPBON * sc2s g"lsld S-uctiou-rera. ■VTE.W AND SECOND HAND FUESITTJRE, Biussell’s Carpet., Crockery-ware, &c- AT AUOTIOK. war. a. BUTna 1 TPUI p«U Icr cast, 02f v o’ciwu. A. It, at ♦* ted 50 Desborn ttr*" tpiendid lotut w w ’ .h AND EIEOAHT FURNITURE, AJw». a part of the FtTPltore of a IVpIIt treses nj rorpifilupo* a great variety of BI&U»S*.LL , (S CAR* PEIS, ac, Ac. Also, an invoice cf Crjiterj-vare. WM. A. BOTIBSS * CO„ Auctioneers, stSEsrao-st- .i intermediate gOOTS AND SHOES 150 CASES) A.X AUTTIOIT. s BUTTSES & 00. WlYtr J*L: WHI bold tbc'r next regular Bsct and Shoe sale U OS THURSDAY, OCT. Sd, AT O’CLOCK, At their salesrooms. 46, 48 and 50 Deubora Street, (Opposite the Tranent Hou?e.) Country merchants dealing In will find It ta their fcdvaiiUue w attcadcnr regular sales. The goods will compote favorably In quality and -tyls with wj wholesale stock in the city. AD*al awlmontreserra. Term Co.'!., par fonda. WU. A,BUTT£BS wcO., BeA-e6Tt-3W - Anctioneora. JEWETT & CO ’S SALES, At 50 Dearborn Street. TUESDAY. Oct. Ist, at 10 A, M. 10U bolts Soap, 50 hbl». Liquors, and 50 lota General Grocer; s. Cigars, Tobacco, ac. aeßAgUsat Tkli-W AUCTION AND COM' • MIS BIOS HOUSE. Tfo. lOT Dearljom Street, HUGH ALEX.4ND2B. Brtmlar tales of an kinds otGooda twice a wee*— Tne-dase and Fridays. Consignments aollcltcd axtsat-tta ■ QOfcTINUATIOST OF THE LASSE PEBEHPTBRT TRADE SALE » * CHINA GLASS, CROCKERY, Etc., A.T AUCTION,. BY H. AIEXANDDR f No. 107 Dearborn, Street, On WEDNESDAY morning, at 9 o'clock. The Cldaa, Tea and Dinner Setts, ■» ill he sold at LI o'clock. These are deserving the attention of housekeepers. . eeglxss S. NICKEKSON K«. 223 ft 224 Xjdra street, ear.rrunMSn. ' ESQTJLAB BAL2S OS’ VEBSES3ATISDFBIDIT OF KICH W^*b THBOtrSEOOT THE SEASON, t ““ to ®» a &S-'SSl T ffit2S%£ Boots and ssoes at AXJC- TioN. by s. NICKEE3ON. 21 Lake street On TUESDAY. Oct Ist »t% O'clock A.M* tlol.be cold 125 f*-e» Boot and Shoe*, sale positive. Tent* cash • S.BICgEBSON. Auctioneer. Ui 7 A. BUTTEHB & 0&5 Tt AticnoirsEES jlnd cpjraissioj *■» fios. «K. 0 and 50 DeerDM* ■»»«, JJfglly CHICAGO. ILL» /■'(HECKS oh the marine BA7TK, tor sale t»y BCSCs^SMV OTEAJI WEEKLY BSTCWESN ° NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL, and St QatecstoW*. Tie LiierpMl, KewTcafni mtt WMHIP COMPiatTi CtTTOP vioa * EOSPSOBUS, • sKSSsss^-sg^sa®- I accersl‘Weatem Aaents, | rw BxcUftnne cnsaio?s sold in iirirts, . „ & CO., £D?TKSDAT. Oct. 2d. at uidr a«lesroonu, No'* 46. 4S ,„r. opposite Uie Ticmoat Home, a the trade, on A- C. BADGER A CO.