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OCTODER ELECTION. CLARK S. Tt'TTLK. ST W ar antb-rted to eiOKwiure Ik ria!e of c a. ti rn.r, candidal r i alooer. W. II MUMlW th. of X). CBf STMT a a rt ca-ii-aie W lb luu Leeialatur. If Dr. H P. Sworroai 11 e a UnUu candidate for the LegUture. he wdl the u;po;t of the Tn'io voter of Vigo Cjuntv. Kx.(Soversor JOSEI'II A. a a a WKItJIIT, will adüivA tlu joo- ; l!oatTEUKE IIAUTK, IND., at 1 o'clock I. M., on Monday. ; Oi-tober 7th. on the state of the j countrv. All the j'cMj)lo arc Vit! to come ami hear. in- We yiir llAia M"tt Mr. Cift la lt.n uUeul ral!J upon t-i take the tivU: -Kiiut tli eneiiii of our gUmou " " t r a Uu-ome- itaperatire thit Xh4 1)UT Kxrei houM Income a -'.f u.t.ii,m i0irmion j We t!;eref.re couoftv to !! the ! friua,ofth. Kiraa to ,-.1 .-.1 tuthUralltv r.jig U .rmr. 1.. ih- Dii' an-1 Weekle; aU wlnteter ni-T l ... , Jue on lf ert!ement arvljoii woiw. e j-iiiif nue-l ii n- ere nrrn fur ts ItntETi to kr ih rarr.ert in full to-mortow evenirj. Don't w:t. frietnL, W hare )il!a pre-ent.l. hut rmi up to!untar! aiwi ca-t in our mite t keep the liveliest tejwraperln the Wbth Va'.lf artt We ere at jreat etjen to furtmh ou the lateat new. W ulioukl hare our fw. . ... ti War lleai". Th ßun tot Conrtrga he hen onlrrr! from Cairo to Hwleraon. Kt. The 0Kh Indiana regiment h. Ihh re J moved to Fort Hatter. John Woler h lau appouitM Adjuuut Of Colonel Hridlaa l Cavalry regiment. The regimenu of Colonel Orose a ad Steel willle onierM to Iwiinapolia i.et week tote o-juip;-! and prepared for the EeUl. A Vmit raoM iua 3tru Illixoi IUüiat?rr. The lodunapol Journal of yrerda? aye. Teaterday the 34th regiment of Illi nois Tolanteer. Colonel Kirk arrived here from Bpringßeld, lllinoie. which pUce they left ou Tuesday night. Th'ta regiment i full, aud wa reruitel in ten day. It had been but four dv in camp when it recei ed onlera e to go to Cincinnati. IUviag a few hoar to remain her for ret:d refreshment the isen "dumped" thernoLe on tHe common iu front of the Terre Hute detiot. They are generally large men and exceedingly ood looking, and are arme 1 w ith M:ni mwket aud Enfield ritl, and uni formal in jcray. They left thi city on the Cincinnati road at 8 clockaAt evening, amid the plaudit of hun dxeda of our citixen who wentto ee them T7e team from vth Lxfayetu Courur of Tuesday f venia tkU Colooel John L. Smith regiment, not yet numbered, will rtadurc&a b Uwt f ity nn Momlay next. Cwven coDB7aoiea li4 already been tendered frvm difffmi portioa of th 8ute. From t'aiue aathonty we are tnfortael tkat Col. .U'rm, rj tie 43tk regiment. U m-e.l information of the formation of five compa nies foe iirgiaicnt, ajd He eipecu to have t filled Iq a Heek or lea day The pcola bH.ty U tJlthw ee!e!rt.l rckanl IUrvl tCl !ccompcCT U. Tij 47n rirjaul, SUck. U to rendetvou at Indianaptdi He ha one full company now and five more reported nerly full The Vltb regiment. Cot. Miller, fully re croited at Laporte. errived in Indiai poTl on Tuesday nljht at eleven u'tWk, and teok up quarteri iu drop Murphy, lately vacated by Col. Willich. Thia, and the 30th regl meot. Cot. He, which arrived at Indianapo- I. TmUt evening from Fort Wayne, are U b farnuhed with tnn,ej4pinnL, cloth tii, Lr for artiv ervce. with all pnaible d)uh. Mr. John HanJety, puhlbherof the Koko mi XVtfVf tlr?ni4t, iaf uru hi ielere toat be ha euuii4vj to c to t:;e war, no Kun ahovildetand bi. k new while the country eull to arm." It i uu.'erttin whether the imdp44t will on'.inned. S. T. M.nt gTjnery. late olitor. had bnthc week before rwinel hi pla-e a el;tor for th tmerea un. he now being in the ft.' repmnt, C1 Uron, at Fort Hatten. A ltge uun!er of hore ai.d wagon for Ool. Willirh'e rcginent, now in the intet.or of Kentufk), were h-pfot oa Thnrley F-nQdd ride a-w fpMtel at iKw Hi Araeral from thie t'me foward al the rte of wae thoaand per week. The 4Uh l&ditna it te -1 ap4n) 1 tieo Sherman army, it father uth and nearer tha enetwy tha any other rr;i man. aa l not more than twenty five mile from th rebel army. Ammuaiu) fr ta rwfrieaenU at Lvau vtlU. undar the rommtml cf Col Craft td Jone, tt h'nvl from the arsenal, at . lodianapolie. on Thursday; !. a quantify f arm for the home gurd. We learn by a diepatch at the EievutW oSc. TS the State Sent io4. of yeerdy, tSat the ecea ion it have detroved lvk N. 1, 1 and 3 00 Green liter, aJ ate uppMM-d to t m-inhin;: Ueoderoa. twelve m'.V below Erat Ti!!e, 0 the iSn Hvee. Tha AlHasy Ie!ger, of tb 11 tnt. xys; "Tl Lonliville Jewrnal isits Gov. IcrUiaof thU Stile a teri litfk r pi tment In U Ua of thi sncrattaK fVr rrtvr-r lor ten. of all thehvil eQrer in tan eoentry, t from riWdeTt down. Ua pcovetl h!ae!f ( C0 rn in tHi cri ' The Cc am it tee a.mtd by lliKni tTun W reffit tov. WrtM, will! eeta 0 Vkk tai iwormajt at IkWord' tfl; f yr Cvra',tati.ti. Anl tj.e Etecwtive Oo mmit tee will meet at tie me hour at th Auditor's 02So. to an ike ail aeceeaary ar- rar. JTZZX'ZZ ' J Indiauapoli. We hope to see theru here t I presently. I ÜTCol. Stone It ft IuJi inapoli on Thür i dar last, with clothing for I Iivl na legi- rnenL in Western Virginia. . -- tf Rer. M. 1. Heath, of New LeUuon, SulliTan Coiiaty. will preach Camp Vigo to Uorru afuruoufl at 3 o'clovk. . 1ST The c:tien or North Terre Haute j are requested to meet at the Cooper Shop of William Mewhlnuey. thi evening, for the purpo'e of forming a military company. Laiit rtvu Srorrsvjtix, -The Ktan i!le Journal of yesterday, mm tl Matlie Cook arrived fruoi Srousville last night. All wa juiet at the locks when he left. Fiuiitiiw i! KiMim. There 11 a berp little hllu Clinton county Kentucky on Sunday lat. betweeu a company of Home Guard and a compauy of relel, in which the Utter gut badly whipped. Masai at.- At St. Mary's, vu ThormLiy morning the 3d tust., by Rev. Father Corb, Lot it Fiaisa to Mia Mut C. Caoisa. The happy roup! took the train the same Cu, T. A Marshall ru.Uu the u,ri . nuulUr uf CarvK ,ip.n t ülirleen f oHcep of h:fc rimeui. Litn ffom lhe tllir ot rowani . . . v, ic, miiue dt .tne hu inrtj. tcruiatcr Wood, of the 3lst. in the city U-t night. Tle leaie for Kiiwlle this mminp. Lieut. Wood iufjuuH u that the 31t ha- mvure! the eountrT for thirty mile around yjottrille, end could Und no rehel force, though it wm frjrtl dailr thai Unrkner with five thou vand rebel w within iitren inileofthe Lck. -- - " t'iy"Th Clav lotint Ihmmetmi ;r, profne teettus we not write a half a einn attcloa the departure of the Iat he hu mired of the 3bt Keiment, under Col. )born. We thought it unoceary to eu logiie 0l. Osborn, he ha been eo hearti ly abused by the Lanb$ of thl dietrict bc caui he wa for hie country gaiint the reb el and their abettor, that e thought any thiti aid in LI ft vor would te a work of aupererogation. Hon. Janie H. Crtvcn.. of Ripley county a in the citv ve-tteniay,. Mr. Craven in form u that he haa three aons in the war, the youngest nly eighteen years of age. When the l.vl announcci to hi mother hi inteutiou of volunteering, the Spartan lady replied: "(io my sou, and if you and your two brother are not enough, the old man and myself will go." We relate thi "imply to illustrate the loyalty, heroism and patriot ism of the matrons of Indiana. State Srn- tinel. Having had the care of the education of one or two of these young men, we are pre pared to vouch lor their gallantry and excel - ent morals, a well a for themoral worth and amiablene- of their moat excellent moth er. The UUut and patriotism ol the pater nal ancestor of the brave boy are beyond juelion. Ctca Mtnij A large concourse attend ed the club meetiog Lt night. A committee onrfiiung ofK. W. TLorapan, Jarne Fir- rmgtou. Col. W. K. McUaa, Hugh Heyroth, W. II. Stewait. r. II. O'Kiley, H D. Scott, J.N. Sdverthorn, Samuel faddock, T. B. Johua aid W. R. McKeea was appointed to receive ex Governor Wright on his arrival oa Monly morning. The eiecntive committee was instructed to m-tke arrangement for tli meeting on Mouday . On motion the clnli Ttled to suepurt Jam Frrkiigtou tor Ueprcoutitivc. and Clark S. Tullie lor Ciunty Coiainiiouer, at th election on Tuesday next The follow ing resolution wa ortere-l by R. W. Thomson. Rroiml, That a otnmitlew b p;oiutel to make the neceary arrngeraenl, in cou cert with the committee alrdy apiioitei oo the part of the citizens for the reception and diaburemeut of donation in food, clothing, ud other necene tor the famitie of sol dier in the erTK"e of the country. Carried unniruou!y . D.W. MinL:i. S. H. lottr. N- Krlaeger Benj. Mc Keen, aixi Ja me Hook were ap pointed mhI committee. Atter hm and feeling speeches by Rev. Mr. Heath of Sullivan County, Col. Thorap on ami J. I. ther. n, Clnb adjourned. Hr' Hr T. H. Iwerrewrn. U a tacural Hatter, anl ceeor uJ( rej4i C Yate,tn.er t f Fifth and Waln-li Street, ha received hi Fall of blocks and ha aow onhnl an-l is nunufai tuncg to order the hatdomM styl of Fall ai.d Winter Hat t price ranging from to Icll a- up watua, dtf IlrrruiN Tor the- Forli Tbird Elcaltcnl. Able bod'ad yonrg men winte! to fill up thi Regiment. w rjuartered at Camp Vigo. Apply aoon WM. K. McLF.AN. Lieiitetiant Colonel Comtuarxbng Wrn ? nit Waa. We want to buy a number of acund rrew, suitable fr cavalry aM artillery er vice, for hlck; we will pay cab 00 Inspection. Apply to the ! Liveev Stable of laaae iteaoebamn. Thirl Ueet. t-r at Kwppenhi enter's elotbin store, Maioaueet. HISCHOF A MARCH. dU ROOTS AND SHOES. rt v tv it t von t mii 11 r rwt KADDIX A RR0Tltr.lt s, N 14. Main S.. Müder tbt Nauottwl How. Till! IUtTI , lMa. A we wn(fiurt e.r F-atem work, we 1 fan and wi'l eU gowl at lower price than i b lo.ht at anv other hcnie in the e I trade. Perv wit.irg u bwy at U..lele v will frwrsT w wr 1 M V u, a we srCJ e7al Üelowet Eastern prve. N. 14. Min Street. Terre Haute, lil. Factory near Suga Brilge, Lynn. Mae. Cm ton work and retiring dioe to order. a3dAw2a. tt at J I a i tv a.. a.f t af a a l.t I .1. t l TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MiT ATI II kT TU K WHTUl talUM Lla. ISToon iJLspatclios. (Harlans .Vrir IVom IIVerii Ilr5ritii. uKroNxom-:mx5 ix fohci:! Cef II, RrYIIoltltt frYflft tlie ItrbelM. Till: ItMUTFUVTH INDIANA Tin: pi.aci: or iionoui in A HOI KS ISVESSAST riMStJl Trrritir lUecutiuu ul our .uu! KiTunnoisance Siuti'ssIuI ! I IIDtlUL LOIS IO KILI.i:U AD 11 rorDr.D ! Röbel Losa 500 Killod and Wounded 1 Cucar Movmtaix Si mmit, (M. 3 TU morning at 1 o'clock a jort ou of Hriadier (!n. Heyuold'a brigade, conistin ol three rcitneuü, Ith. tütlt and 3J 1 And a por tion of the Cth. tha 7th. 9th. 14th. loth and l?th Indiana, together with detachment of Loomi' Tnited State, and Minig and Da vd' arilllerv. itumbering in all 5,(MH) men. left Chett Mountain Sumntit. ami utai'e a re'onnoiHanre in force in fiout of the eiie-inv'-t 4xitio.i on llreen Hriar river, twelte nnle-s distant. Ford 3Jd Ohio wa fcent ford to hold an itnporUut rtd, the jo-iceion of which pre vented the euiny from Canking our main column. The tpedit km arrived in front of cretny' fortification at H o'clock. Their picket retired after firing an Ineffective vol ley. Col. Kiinbair 14th linliai.. a inauedi atelj ent forward to secure a position for Loouii ltattery. Allen' 21th deployed aa idunniher on the wouth alore of the hill. loiuii K' position w ith ni battery, sup ported by the l7th Indiana, Lieut. Colonel Wilder commini;nr. nd orenel fire uiwmi them, which waa immediately responded to bv a vollev frm the enemv concealed in the bushe. who were routed by the 14th Indi ana, with the ioa of seven killed and a large number wounded and taken prisoner. Howe' battery, aui-norted bv the 13th In diaua, then moved forward, taking a posi tion three hundred jams neirer the enemy s fortifications and opening a brisk tire. Daum brlndnz forward two piece, one wa ta- tionevl near Howe, and likewise opeel a brisk tire. The tiring on both side was almost inces sant for an hour, our artillery doing execu tion, judging from the lamentable shriek of their wounded. The enemy's battery did comparatively lit tle, the guu beiiitf too much elevated. Our gun effectually sitenced three of theirs. While observations were being made of the enemy's fortifications occupying three more hour, an irregular artillery fire was kept up, occupying the enemv' attention. During this interval the 2oih Ohio and 15th Indiana rendered effectual service, scouting the mountains. Before the close of the re connoisance, which was most satisfactory, the enemy received heavy reinforcement from their camp near Monterey, making their strength about fifteen thousand. Although this reconnoisance juirtake more of the character of a regular engagement than any preciou battle in Western Virgin ia, our lo is but ten killed and eleven woui.de!. It is impotable to ascertaiu the enemy V loss; It will not, however fall short of five hundred killed and woundnd, a our artillery did terrible execution. The enemy's wa situated on the slope of the mountain, supported by a number oiguns. We captured thirteen prisoners from Virginia and Arkansas regiment; aNo a lot of cattle and horse. Our troop one and all did nobly. The re connoisance proved entirely successful, af fording information relative to the enemy's strength, which could not be obtained from scout. Gen. Anderson and Colonel John son Jackson and Taliafero commanded the enemv. Vh Lyon a not Reinforced For mer friend bow Fremont Ilittercat Faemy. St. Lous. Oct. 4 The Derncrat of thi morning, in an article ahgwing why Lyon was not reinforced, state that the entire force tinder Gen. Fremont on the 2d of August, in eluding Lyon's command of four thousand, wa nineteen thousand three hundred and fif teen, of which twelve thousand five hundred and fifty six were three months men whee term of enlistment wa jut expiring, leaving an actual foice of six thousand seien hun dred and sixty-nine In the entire department, of thee Lyon had two thou.u.d three hun dred and twentv men. the balance, four thous and fuur burxtred and thirty nene being the total strength of rmotta available fi rce. At thi time Cairo. Bird Point and Padtuah were menaced br accumulating rebel force, and the Freidetit frdrrrd Fremont to take all li'ia available tror aixl reinforce tliee tvint. fr which service only four thousind one h nnd red and twentv ix men, i'-cluding nnN of nine huilred of the St. Loin h' me guarw, could I e raieI. Roll, tae termiint of the ithwe-t braiit-h of the Pacific R.tilrtMd wa at thi time the Drttofa luce and valuable rjuan- titv of armv store and munitirn and ws protests! by the 7th Miouri Regiment, Cd. 5teifnon. athl 'he 13th lllinoi. Col. Wv mu; the former of which wa idei e l to Springteld. but in coneece f the tt.d aleticc of transiiomtton it cmld not move The artie'e 'o shw Ihe ditributio;i tlmurbout the State of the entant!v di latnd.pg three inontli men, and mv after the bttt.'e r remowt was thoroughly exhoner- atel from t.lanie bv verv manv nen ro the loudet in rrlemning hira. tic 11 . Wool lioe ta WflliinKtoH Itelcased Matisieer Fing of Trnre Keiwrw ol Mfrsw. Ft. Mosaor, Seit.3 Geu. Wool will pro ceel to Wahiiigt4n tonight. He will re'i.evetl for the j-resent. at !eH. br (eneml Martfeld, who arrived from Washington this rrximinr lor thit purtse One hondre-1 of the mutineer ctnfinel at the Rin Rp were thi naming releel by (ten. Wool and ret;red lr duty. There b t.een dily a tig oi truce de tweeu f)!d Point and 'Norfolk f,,r the Ut two weeks. The etier Wm. Seide came dwn t day. Sle wa e,ed by ihe Corifelerte lat prins;. Site l.nttight doan fifty retuea men, women ar.d children, frrn Norfolk, who were .eni bvck, not having len hip r-e.1 with tba rej0ite paper. Herry Masraw of Pernylvania who went to Man fr the Ulv oJ Col. Cameron, retarnel by thi flag and will r-roree-l t Washington. - - rtlMl Imm ( nliforain 9tt ,uoo la Trriirf Thr llrbel Jtmter. Nrw Yota. Oct. 4 The Northern Light j frm .s;nwall. brng $'ti.t. ine rj 1 'i-e rui"rnei 11 Apiiieti n the '.'h from Sarintn. She will to Kev We-t The lt he beird ol the Sumter ws ont nrer vil The Mare-I.'t.ia left Aspinwall 00 the J4iU for Pott Hello for water. Ctilk ha agm proclaimed Limlf Die lator of Peru ar J banished General tch aaUjue, Riras and iUapuro. IatOfflc UevwtMie. 'AJHiuTii, Oct. 3. The e c.vi of ex tnJtturca cer tl.e l'o.t Ouice Department, ret ivtl for ihe 4th quarter of the jer lrO), mi i.eerlj ii.tMW.lxx), while the excevi for the tirat au.Mler for the preeit ie.tr 3 l-OJ.UXJ, the re.'ipt. heinjr itetlj'$,in?, U The rereip in th Ulter quarter ei ft r! thoe of the farmer rpurter lit more tUn Liil,0rtl. . m Thr owhntUH lor After Ihr Pintle Sampler. Nr Voai, Oct. The teitner Vat kcrsburg aaJ l'olouiac e teu t hartrretl lu Ciiniry tru The )-irte .Sumter left Suiiuam tt. .rth, for tint i'aaat of llfAiil, closely fallowed hj the Kriat Toahett.n. ISTight 13Lspatclies, Threntened Npnnikh lliptditlon to .tlexico Fruuk lllair and Frcnout Again Qunrterruiter for l ie moHl'x Depitituieut Fremout nnd Wool The Ilraolute aud Acquit Cieek Ilallerf Important Ann y Or-ker-(eu. Vol at Washington -He ia not to Supercede Fremont A Nperdf advance of the Army of thr I'olomnc. Wawiixgtox, Oct. 4. Th announceuieut that the Spanuh OoTernment projoej eend uig an expedition against ilex.co with a land Ion e of five thousand men to march to the city of Mexico i looked upon, here aa mere brag. Should any auch interferenco take J lace, eur goternment has determined to reer.t it, and promptly repel wnh eur army and navy any force that may be directed by Sjtain apaiust the neighboring republic cfMnUo. The follow inf U the result of inquiries to day, in drtii ial pwter. Chirac i)referrtl bv Col. F. 1'. Ullir aaint M.ijor lieneral Treinoiit, on -Cth of Sept. h.ne not reached aahiogton. Accord ing to the reriüed army regulations, hargea are required to be tranimitted through the fuperior oßicer, which in ihi cae, ist Oener- al r re mop. t him.elf. A copy of the charge however, ha been received, to be filed in the event that Gen. Fremont himaelf ehill neglect or decline to transmit the original to thu War Depart ment. In re.4pou.xe to a reiiitioii of (leu. Fre mont for a (Quartermaster for the Western Department, a Uiigadier (Jeucral McKintry hae taken the field. Major Robert Allen has been appointed to that position. Major Allen has the reputatiou of being one of the beat officers of that kind in the employment of the Government. It U further ascertained that Gen. Sher man will take command of the Department of Kentucky. Tho delicate state of Gen. Anderon'heaUh alor.e tenders thi arrange ment neces.iry. 1 bere seem to be no doubt that Gen. r re mout will be suierceded, but no official no tification 1ms t een giv ?n of thi fact. Gen. ool, t id thought by tboe well in- formed in tniliury circles, will proeeed to the west, under specific instruction and it may be that he will supercede Major General Fre mont no positive information is discoverable on the subject. The Resolute rn athore under the batte ry at Acquia Creek, and the sound of the drum and fife was heard continually on shore through ednesday night, t se of it was un known. An army order has been issued announc ing that all depreciation ujon private prop erty will be severely punished. That no re mission for such outrages will be exercised, that the guards placed over such property will be held as responsible as the principals. A number of militarv gentlemen of Ohio have applied to Gov. Dennison for the estab lishment of a camp in the vicinity of Cincin nati. It is proposed to establish an encampment brigade ol Zouave, six squadions picked rivalry and a battery of eight rifled cannon. Loyal citizens of Kansas have petitioned Government for military aid. They fear if Price is not defeated in Missouri, that Kan sas w ill fall into the hands of the rele'. Gen. Wool accompanied by two members of his stiff has reached Washington, trrt ial to cOMvraciAL Anvtamia. The President declares this morning, that Gen. Wool is not to supercede Gen. Fremont. That if he gees to Missouri, it is to examine the military situation and report. The National Republican of this morning intimates that there will be a speedy advance of the federal army. A private letter from larnetown, says private S. D. Martin of the 46th Fennsylva nia, shot Cor Knipe and sou, neither fatally. The Fvncuation of I.exins;ton Cos- firmed ii en. Ilitrri DelVated by Nturgi 1 ige Hebel Los I)o tlnntioii f Fricc llebel Ilntion Kturgi Vnlrhng the Movement, ol l'rice The Defencrs ol St lotii. St. Lot is, Oct. 4. Capt. Read, of Lex ington home guard, and afterward cf Col. tv line s iiu jiiiwoun reuueni, wbd rcapei from the rebel on Monday last, arrived here. He confirm the evacuation of that place by Price's army. üen. Harn division, u,W"J trotig, cnn.i'cd the river lat Saturd.iT, and when about eix mile from Lexingtou thev met a Federal force aid to have been under Gen. Sturgis. when a battle ensued. little L known of the affair, other thtn Harris was driven back with the los of transportation train and camp eo,uippag-. Harri reacnea the mcr about midnight, closely followed by Stu;gis, and immediately began transporting hi nun arros in the ferry loats, under a galliu,; liie of rexer.tl murtry. Many rebel wain the river in their impatience to get arrH, und pted exaggerated reut of Sturgi .trtriigth throushoat the city. One fern boat ü report! to luve unk and a lrgo number ol rebel i sai I u hv In en killed nnd woundtd. Sunday evening Price began to evacuite the town, and troop were constantly de parting until 5 o'clock on Monday evening, when the lat regimeut left. Capi. Read heard some rebel say they were going to Raker's Hill, a commanding eminence, eight mile southwest of Lexing ton, t forfjlv it and make a Und there. They mied' to think Fremont and Sigel were aptrtiaching with forty thousand men. Read say Major Sevier, Proit Marshal of Lexington, told him that Frklav lat forty six thound ratioe were Issued" that day. Sturgi hd not eroded the river up to Mon day night, and nothing deSnite t known regarding hi strength. luformition frotu oflicial source, disclo es the fact that on Tuelay lt, Gen. Stur 5 is with the comrnvnd of Montgomery and etitiieon. nusabering seventy five hundred, were at Katun City keeping rlose wstrhof Trice's movemems The fortification on the outkwet Mc of St. Iui. legun bv Ca; t. Heard by t rder of (Jen. Frertit iwrntyfive day ago, were fin ihrd lo day . The oilier l.u!i ty Government fir week belore Ftemont's arrival, will reiuire five or M4 weeks lo complete them -- The t Mien .VfeiS et Ilm r I Wild ( mpramli wllsa Traitor. HalTtw 't.Oct. I The IVion Ftecotive comtnittee are pieiring an addree. precr.t irg the i'ie of I mon sod Disunion in for rible Irguge. There will no cmproni so with diun lonista. Howanl I M-edf 1 to dKÜot the uoinin atton tor Governor. The Unionists aert thlt there will a clear track fr them. . es s - Ntrong I'liloa stud Falrlotlc letter from Ft President llHrhsinaM. WrT(ruta, Pa.. Oct. 4 At West Cn'.oti meeting, at HayetiHe. Chester coun ty.on the lt int, a stroog IV'on arwi patri otic letter w as read from ex Presides t Ru chaoan. All Quiet as tho Vpper rslsmar I'otillait uf llie ait-be I lieaer I'tarrea rrivalrer 111 aeon I e nl and IleuiorullVMliem of titeltet el 'uilraurd Deeepliona of the It c be I Of I Jcra .vi u r in u r I n i Protei it a; ludcrlilu' u Ter rible Illicit!' I liar Itebels. Uaimatowx, Oct. 4 At noon today, all is reported quiet on ihn titer line from the Point of Rocks toGrevt Fall. The enemy have not made their appear ance Ui any force aince leaving their encamp mea. oppofrite Muddy Brsneb, )eterday morning. There has teen considerable movement among the Union trooja in thi vicinity to day, but oothiug to indicate any immediate alliance or hostilities. Tl.e enemv' recent inovcruent toward Ieeburg an. I the Point of Rocks U constru ed into a Krateic movement only, and one requiring the strengthening of no particular loint along this line. Reide the present Lifih nUge of water in the Potomic, which will, fur aome davs, prevtit the paS saj:c of the river. Our jiiion have been ele'.Hed with so great cite that vo experienced officer would recommeud croa-ing even if practicable If private intelligence is to be relied upon, the enemy' Wrongest position i about one and a quarter nylc in the rear of the Manas sts Junction, wbero it is represented the en tire available resource of the rebel in cou ceutrajed. The tearer of the infertuation has recent ly visited all the principal points from Huh mend t) Lee.bnrjr, having given many ira poatant details aa to the numbers, pomtiou and reoutce of the rebdls, whiob are not requisite ro be published at this time. All former utement as to the position, discontent and demoraliration of the rebel trooiBi are fullv confirmed. ... . .. . t 1 üe officer still attempt to tnLate the hopes of the holdiers that Waahingtou will fall an easy prey to the chivalry or the .ontri, but the recent nccful exiiexlition to Hat- tcras, and the progress of Geu. Roeecran in esteru Virginia, together with the Kcarci ty ot food and money, are rapidly inducing the dujien of jolitical apiract to believe that the davs of the rein of the Southern tvranDT are numbere-l. The soldiers and t subaltenis. and in many cases the officer of high grade utter loud rtkjnplainU against Vir ginia, for not fumishini: trie materials anl sinews of war, a promised, through the jar tirin leaders. The geatleman who furnihe thi infor mation, sincerely believe that delay is the surest and quickest we.i;oato reduce the Soujh to lowaitr. Wounded from Lrxuvien-"tur fie not at f.eainif ten What 1'rlco nid loltaln nnd Parioni-ltb-el Artillery-Col. 7lulll;an wtu rlre Condition of our Army r.trape of I'rlaonerw A Hero lro inaieilUen.ilrKliitrf ICanasilne In .viUiourl-lien. Fremont Ad vanrri to-day llnlhualaatlc and Confident. fcrECUl. TO DtHOCtAT. Jrrrta.soy Citt, Oct. 4. The steamer Kniilie arrived thi evening w ith tho woun del from Lexington. About one hundred rebel remained in Lexington Tuesday morning. Mr. Prencott. a citir.en of Lexington, who was in Mulligans fortifications during the eeige, coutradict Cie report that Sturgis had arrived there. He says he heard Price tell Rains and Parsons that now w as the time to fight if they were ever going to. He heard them diseu.-jMiig the propriety of falling back on Rase Hill. They had cast two cannon at the Foundry in Lexington, which increased their field pieces to fourteen. They also had two mor tars. Colonel Mulligan was taken South with Price. Moetof our army have gone forward well appointed and likely to do splendid fighting. Gen. McKiustry's divUion. under Lieut. Col. Totten. moved West to-day and will en camp to night eighteen miles out. Capt. Abel audHei;ry Star, who were captured a short time since while carrying dispatches from Gen. Fremont to (Jen. Lane, and were confine! fifteen hours in a dungeon at Westport, come dowu on the Emilie, hav ing escaped from Lexington. Capt. D. D. S. Stanly, of the regular cav alry, who distinguished himself at Dug Spring, has been appointed B. ig. General, and will assume the coramind of the cavalry brigade of Fremont command. Gen. McKinstry is not to be transferred to Kentucky, he will have command of thefifik division of the army of the Wet. vnd will start West to morrow. It is thought Gen. Fremont will : leave to morrow. He and hi armv are enthusia tic and confident, and are burning to meet the enemy. Ktutiick) Legislature. FaAa-oaT, Oct. 4. The Legislature took recess till November 27th, dire' ting the Committee on Rank, meanwliile. to inpjire into the mausgemcht of the Rank of Loui rille. The R.iukof KentuckT prowieed it quota Of $776.(00 for the defense of Kentucky. The Rank of Iuisville, whoe quota wss near'y $4(Ht,(KX). promisM Skl.O The Northeni Rank promised $-2o.KM moie than it rjuota, and the Farmer s Rank j promptlv respondctl to iu quota of tli s (Xt),(H.K) repiired. Discussing this question, Senator Speed said tnat a mijority of too Louisville llank Directors would gltdly welcome Ruckher, aul open the vault freely to him, and there fore he wished the management eipoed. Senator Goodloc s.v'hI the Commercial lUnk wouUl prvtii; tly respond to ny de inand nnde in thi etiier.encv. Speed resolution of inquiry into the con ditlou and matsageniciit ol t!ie Uuk of Lu ivil!e, pavl both Home. linpoitnut Ilunior Sutlit rn New. LotlsviLt t, Oct; I The city wa much etciteAl to-day by tlnee ruinore s hit h are deemed aprrfhensic.il. The envture of New Orlesti, br Peleral force; the killing of John C. Rreckinridge, and the rTet of Humphrey MtrslnU. The fipt rrniif by way of St Lui. The Hulletin v secessionists in noti parts of Kentucky, are told tint if they dont join the nfe-lerate. at once, they will be forced iato the federal erv'-e A. Morton of tb Illino' Tolun'eeia w arrested on Wedoeaila at S. Lon: ti.rtrej son. DATeland Hnri MefTard, father and son. were arrested at Catawba. Kentucky, on Thnraday lor ditloyalty. The heado-nrters of Rnekner fti tke firt, wa at Woodsonville with alnnt three thou pr.nd troop. Oelence if Nett Orlenii. Lottviltv,Oct. 4. A gentleman leaving New Oilcan ten day since, nays that one hundred f.1 nourvler arrived there, and I teen mounted In variou localities Gol 1 wai 14 per eenU prem The tioope iu aud around the city were n t over ail thousand. He kv number of tme, from Tex, MisV.ssij'.id aud Arkansas were coming Into Teune if ee and Kentucky end were poorly clsd aud mosdy uuarmel. Poor men ol the South ire mmpelle-l n join the arror to obtain fotvl OflkfT of the Confederate array say frty thouaaiid troopa were at ilumli. de;gn leg to take Pwdurjth. - Hebel Crew Norprled RttavttL, Oct- 1st, Dr. IlPKrd ie or gttiitirig a rnmp her. On 11 Sunday some cavalry and infantry surprised a party of Teo teean silling seven and losing none. A Rieliinur.i d'ttch that Prince Polyuae b received an appointment on Reauregard staff, with rank of T-ieut. Co- lonl. The Montgomery mall ssye that C?4. W. F. Lvnch has been apt -in ted flg oßicer to comman! tLe naval eience oi orin t.aro bna and irtima, witn ti ne iteajners reauy. ahd mere to be added. ri.tCIIffATf AIXItr.T. ClJiCIJfWATI, Oct. 1. Flour in good demand for export to Pitts burg and Philadelphia, and price are a aha Je higher. The demand is chiefly for lew er grad, of which the i;pplr 1 not e jual tj tie demand; eales of U.lKMJ bb's at $l,tx) for eup-r; $ I, IQ'J for a xtra family. Choice staples of wheat are in demand, and prices 2? higher for red, e!ota.; at t0c. f and white ic; prime wJciia5c; lower grades are not wanted and sell slowly. There is a ahirping demand from Ihilade!rhia. It i taken thence via river to 1'ittuburg. Corn market firm and in gool demar.nl at lrv. Oata firm 34. Whisky rteady at 14c. Fair demand for bulk meats and price higher; Irs of 100.OJU IU at 4e for Moul ders pa led, and Sc. for side loo-e. Baron pr'me at 4gT 5 sc. Sugar aud mo!iM firm and a good job blnjr demand. Coffee L l.eld '4 higher but the demand continue light. Sinill sa'.M of prime 10 choice Ro at l6V(r I7t4'c. linseed oil hi advanced to 3. Kiruifcoi steady at 4e. DRY COODS. ;i;.aTr.Viv o vt s at ma F. NIPPEIIT 3t "DTJTIN. 00,000 TARD3 NICK PRINTFJ) LAWNS Very Cheap 1 t W W i 1 ARDH or LAN LLLA aap IWjUUW BAREGE ENGLAIS t - i VARDS PLAIN COLOK'D ' fjjVVV Crape Barege and Tiue. . T. CAR-LOADS OK PRINTS; e) Unusually Cheap. i) CART-LOADS OF LADIES w and MIeea' Bet Siotl Hoop Skirt. 10,000 PARAS0L3 AND 3 UN' SHADES From 2 to ft. Embroideries and Laces! I,OYi;Sai.d HOSIER V! LADIES AND GENT d JLincH nantlkcrchieiu. wniTE AND PRINTED Lintn rill for Pants Flrt rate Quality I Gent's Keck Ties, Paper Colkxt and 8hirti ! Kt in the Market I Stimmer Cloths and C&sünieres! sr.rMMD ajaris.Tr ssf Mtiiniuer VeatiiiR ! BOOtX) Cfi3 011OC3 X ar rxxkmpKr nur. ruaci 1 vji So. 11 Mala iVrt, bHwaeu ith and Stb, 5ortA ltd TlkKi-nALTX, IN U F. NIPPERT NN Ir.iwfL . NEW VINEGARY. j a ti r. ( I. titui:, MAS l' FACT tt KU OP TKKRf. lUrTR, ia IT AVlNil permanently Walb!w-lf lathUette, 1 1 prepared to fcrrih tb trade w lib U It miy require. Stawill furnish to mlrser f;enoti to Gee handred barrels 11 i-v i So a.rie cfility C IVii at i anf c-uy 1 f s.. He arraüu every barrel r-f hi vlaegar tobe eool rd to be ymc ar.d ree fot rui jv.ovt -t.-J. Iii lctory la ItTtatrtl pon the east iJa of the C anal, a frw donrt xatb T U.'Irn' Foundry. AU order thankfully rcelTed arid protrotly attended to, rat ilhr Lo htra or lo Mmr. laraer ä atrkieeo. to horn b tah Japnre la rfrrrtr.r sll k 1 1ml Ytnec r ifkarfrl tw1 bM barrel rfe- llTerrd at hl f arto . Kejwfu.lr, JtMfS t't.ARK R. Nj- ,X, dl-stf .UNDERTAKER. f. (J WALTER, UNDEKTAKER 142 Mam BrsrrT. Hav. Fisvaj awn Sixtw arSdwtf TO RENT OR GELL. GOOD DWELLING HOCSH WITH 11 irrprot tiient. well, citern, car r'x kfe aad Sabl-. sad feir -r of rs.n.1, ee anlU ivarth ef th. eily, er .rhau. Ir rfly rnrty. Tor prt1ilr nd terra, r?' to J. kbRTf. 41. JewrTy Stere, Mill Slreef. TONSORIAL. Medicated Hair Wash! 1UOK. OEOHOK W. CANADA self refitted r'l hsf sd rtUr Ieaalrt Hahvn,aoitaa; iL Terr Hswte Iwe, Vrlw la lafoesa tb rU.n. ad pal : (rat'.y. tlsa ka ta wow frererd to wait 9rn en.haier la weaal ufeierT tueer Shamaaloa wtA rtln lal M aar. CXO. W M. tndtf I IUI. rMrt' CAHAD4. LEGAL. . w IV t.I i . a xi.rs rYiVTT Sic V i. r fleet hereby aia. Ateiaaxler R. Crane. aamlniitrstier of tb e.li r Ens W. Bmlta. V- e.asevt. baa f.1.4 tl. tiUoo to sell the real etat tb deeed.rt, bt fr tr-afSHent to bl.d.H.; .MtbMsaldpeCtl will be beard at i Un rf u cwrt Cwm, n f Jd et. jus. h. buxi, t i.ra. I . , I kepv is i-nw Lpr.aMMl SPECIAL NOTICES. GO TO NICOLOV S rsEMirrif i Iino Jvt Gallorv I in uxis FTKirr, Tokar yr-or liaare Ukrn la !1 tLe various njl I known to iL art I HTAMiuiir extiuct p.mti. THK iRKAT lilt KL TI nW - MBOLD - S zxTaUCT K'Vir, 1 the tjnr.AT iJiui-Enc nELJIIOLISICXTIUCTlJlCMr, THK GREAT DIl'EETIC. HKL HOLD'S FXTRaCT tU Hl', TllK GREAT X1t1tJ:T7C A n4 Ptd mjfl ?p-i&c RrtMKif for IXa t Ike Ka-Jder, Kltoey, C'ravrU 1 rory, OrgaiJc Weaki, aud aU l.r- of tk Urinary Or:, j f Avrrttt-'trer.t ta ancUier cUcma. Cvt ft wi j ai4 nl U Lh afrüciij at ooc. B VfA Bt OF t) CSTERF!7 M4" fTsSrrer fretn crvtuUa aSrctiac, clan wj. wbTwar roar IlrEj'., tMcb, tT-crs Sore! Why th l:f t ite.t out oi rtn ly Iyr'P tl.mlln-. aud Cct ? V by Hi?, r SrytlUtic it ; Sercunl iiae to rvt He l- rv in your boJy, 1 i tie Ceh o3 yvmr UnjmT Wfcy r ymr luguUli 1 blood &rg an 4 arattrr !t di!iipr thvTcjj;b ys.r , vfcl:! aita's Cr. T.x't f SarMjiii:a CLtc Uim coe-rlaii.U. and ci ait iWtn oct oftlij tetn. I'e it faiLful! aod tou Ir'.r.g to aortt'y a ( br!il!er, iaiXr, iA far more axr;UIU isria- br. iTnorrat, IItlmore. Md. foall W W e wwcld call tli particular tucüon of ev ery tadr to the aJerl!aer.t of MtLaa i .war-beta:" O.-nilal ail Td-anlc 03 Uruxett 1 Tifj ajetoo well kurn lu th! cotiur.uity tor FRENCH STORE. ( Tocm.tW. rn tl. are iury cf r , reader who a ufferii.f fron a derail tceat of th j dia-fseure rgas. wiiLout ti Ubtet l.aof tä j rat ci, aiinr rl to ymptotB uch m j denry, rervoc trs'.ewai.t ferine ladrc'.ion, larl vf tftfj. mict; eaiktruce a, bcrdra. To al Uo ta Ur.jfied.try tklt CorxLal; it will givelaj-.e-I iiat nlift. To II who my be oted will . W Fain of kind, try Üi Iiumer.t. the a.t- Trrt;etiif nt In amtier coJcnm. c:i Ja 1 I aivf kvn ri.ul lA.v Mill I ! ctar ao atAir nr.AKjj. .'APPARENTLY DISSIMILAR T i Waeorr the talrd la taxed mre tLn the llj-. the penalty 1 IJpepi, tLe mot cotaven!ent t.as for a 1-gion cotcpliuu, rgimi!ni; miih iBipaJred d.$ -lon. aritt foerallr tniir. In CONSUkPnON, acl all or rnkfj In a Ot-rWüoa e' the blood. From ti ter. X. GRIKXLEAr.l Cmrimrt, October 12, lidf. Ikave derived ao ir.ucb reroCal tpetit fna th ! "l'rria yrup," that I Jo D. t Lekltte to reoota -j mend lt n to all that Urg-clai i4 cas, wUero j iron i tae ecKieki remey. To ciirrjTiieu evjct- aiiy. moa peraoL w Dve otxpti'ti Us Lrarilr tl üerim ervrrs-le. or to acfirrera from tho UrhCUta Ukjc efircu wf utnaicr LaaU. 1 believe thi t hj laalua)ir tra!:al arenU T. II. GKFENXFAI. Rector of bt. l'aul i ChtirU 5opt. 4, d:f A Riwiao is Orrcaas 1 For . the ettim of j r peraoa coctterfeitiuf, lmlUurr, or the vender A aij aot conterfe!t or la.itUo of Fwarrhare'a Il.laoJ Bitter. Tb gecuaje, ftL!y concentrated JlalUoJ Btter '. pt cp in baif-pir.t bottle oi ly, Lavur the Lxaof the proprietor. B. rage, Jr, tkB la tbtn, and hi eircature anmnd tLe nek of eacb ai.dfrvry botüe. tcaixa, wilb tkat fa roe whkh Otily eitrnded to really I rteeUSe preparation. When wo cooatUer the rumj i ed ruorea Bttendlna: it adounistratluii, the iti.m.1 rtubborw raaea ef Ferer and Ajrue, VCeaknr of any did, rjapepia. Heartburn, Acidity of the Sttiia. 1., ?ifk and Nerrcm Headacb, Indifrealipn, Ctlre neaa ard TlW, toretber wttb the e.mplete control It eiarcUee ever all 'ereoti, theumaUc, ar.d Neural sc AlrectiofMi, we raniMt rnedr at lu rTS.tarUj- Wr U ir.y the lavalid value thl rt-medj. Auf. 21 dlw To i'onauiuptlvrw ! The adrertiaer, havit-a; been rUred tu htaith u. a faw week by a very Iruple rrioedy after btMi-f ut fared aereral year with a -vere lung a5rrtuii, aod tkat dread diseaae, Cwun:ptioi ta asviou to male t known to Li fellow -etiffrer the means of rar. To tloee who w.b to try it, Le 111 M ud a d-i y o the preerrlptlon aad (free of cbarse) with th uirev tlori fr pirparirr l1 rslrj the ame, M.h tiry will Sod a uro cure fnf Cotfumptiti. Atbmu, hrc cLlUs, e. Ike only oMect of the ad rt.er ly In i t.-'.:r.n th preecrtpt;'! 1f tK'fi-r.i th eCIicted ai,.1 j rJ tformatl' hieb he coirf-rUe to tx- Invalua ble, aid he hopes etrry S'-.Trrrr will try Ma rtn 1j, aa tt roef a thru uatljiig, aud uay prove a MesMii-. l'arU wtihlrr the preavrlptUm will pleae Mra Rav. ILVS AÜ.D A. WII.S.JN. VI ii;.am-bur(t, eepltdwlw KUir Cocutjr. Jt. . IUandretb'a Fill- Ar growliix oore In frT wilb the .u' III nwwconeedod they are Iba tat puifcatlre r-i rsi, Spat fcrtb frui the orM t-( welldne. The Uru til surely arrive len they w'.ll stiprrce.le all nh r ' pnraUve wba..-vrr. The luirrediriit 4 hld. 1 liey are eotipueed ran ararrely It oMainrd by iln. I rlsta or tb makers of other pilla Ir. lira-irri Laa Lbrm grown and prrprd iiiu-t rerir l to!'.e 1 efft. Abd this care to tniWe a p"jtilar pcrc- tlvo 1 erreeciatM. oa the4 es tixilrate- .t U f pursU e are drarctne atiikerinjr etitni-r. Ani rrt they luay Lae aotue nterlt. Hut lvn lreth j rtU are afe and acre aale, leraoe they -eti- 1 solely ou luipnr Lux n No alanlie Cid ! ' t"eched; only effete nr w.-m-il rnateital, vhkii, ' L J taken out of tb bodr, laea It ir"rirer. They aa pleasant a a truly effective rnetnr e rn I-. 1 To Mjr tbt tbry i'.J r siruetirnr gr pain wkj'. 1 b truf, at tie palu tliej U only cauM- th j rn tht rru te arwt bad btonora frt.ui th t-l1 WLirh f the e-e,.;..i; 4,1 Ck""'. l;rj n. r.4 turt'a Troue, a if! this ra..ii.j ts;tf A-. jle anUy. 14 y J. k. A tfc"iaa, 1 crte.lli.'r, ai ! 1 y 1 reepertabU dea;ra I mlK-lr . ' ..lt 1 lm The Great English Kenirty siu jxMrscLihki.'.s j?i.;L.:rm.Ti:i himali; till. i reje frmm m eeerie ff Str J. Cltk i M.D ,1'AjrnVwin llitraortitnnry tatle Qutt $$ ' This laalua,.l mU n i 01 f.Mirig In lvt rui. ! all tboe -elfvf ul ail drier(ioa Jl . in Uh th. j kmi'.t eoosü'.yt i tVJ"t. Il m.wlf rate II . j ce.se ant reci-r ail ..lr urt.otM, a.J a ryedj 1 car way W r!'1 ' TO MAIJUHI i.Aiir.i t tarticuiarty ul ' -l . tt 'H. In a fct Una 1 Mof ee, the nwwtUdy r:J'"d with regularity.. I Kavb bTeil, prtee dollar, t.er the ( merit IMaa.p cTlirvat hrltiaisi, t-i prereut roont. ! feta Sl'TIO. 7ee t'U h'tJ-l m-4 it-tin f-y ,'.! ..e. m riLsi utnr.K xosths v,.,o iXry trt -'!-' ,:i ve, t .i.r. tArr tKry r ; In !1 raa. vf Nervsi. .J ;ial A0 t;Hi, I rs I la tb Psk and I Jrr.ba, Faiirr .'ht eieri u. ' relp'ta'!'"! th. Mr.rt, Hy1-rir ar-1 Vth'te, 0ie TJli will affevt a fur wln all hr mnw I bar fall"!; and a-.:h-H a r""erf.il rei.e.'y, d 'rvHCTlsIl fr, ral-sml. art.rtiy x airylMif koiL'al to the c-isUtutii. i rnll dlrelie In the pamphlet an-und ü h i i i)fa, wbl'-h sbMilJ (ar.fully prs. nr,j. I Hot t evt ft the Called Mat. an ! Canada, ' J011 K'isr.5, (laiil C nal-len k Co , , P.rtrbeter, S. T. J. a f 1 OO afvt W (naUf 1tm. et lw4 ta atliorlre-l riit, will lRir a )- , r.t.tu:rs to rv. by retara mall, hold t y, k. Cum.ir,haui end f. M. Iiel1y, TerT-llute, o-l all sd Ircsaev- lr.f24iwtf WOOD! WOOD! TIT ereT of the Toard r.f VbAol Trus-.. I II sutbrilM t revive sealed ptir!i f r 1h. T.Tf" rr cif alvteev. nf .'! s--! M-evh. u bW-boey tire wnwt, fnir fe-i lur.. to I. le. ,l , l''m' mr aerer! S h4 finis's in in.s'nr. pay JZL . . tA, , XruSaV" b-K of ?t. em'-et net. rrceirv-1 at the Star or ry Ui tiwt. lie wl I to I ail 1 tdlt to"d. no Uw.be w'.l reeee.x. I Ttnt-Baete, Aa. T, dwtw