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For freedom and Nationality
feiday kubninm. not. i.
Joan Mitobwa, the noiea trim. rv.B
who in well known as a most cnthua
' i.:- -A..r i t tho " ceculiar instito-
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from France to
lion, rcw"" iv ,--. ,
' ij.t. a ll aairl in a sneech. that the
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South had m roaX fricndi in Kuropo. Mr.
.UitoumX is man of great shrewdncs,
ad had the heai opportunities for asccr.
taining the sentiments 01 me nmu
. 1 r... I,, minolpd Willi
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ILeclam which is most favorable to the
reikis. No doubt he flaw through the
hypocritical profeinns of friendship,
t . i. a.. i.....i. ..v. inmHil. or rather
WHICH wo riti'i"
made and felt the r emptiness
obildy made, anu iti i i
and insincerity. 'lliewiMi "
roDean aristocrats have for llio permanent
Jifcitintion of the United Biaies, ors i
J.W from love for the South . nd slave-
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' . . , i fr aaunrnn ml
rr.bulrtmhatrbllo free 1
desire to see both sections of this ro
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public involved in hopcles anarchy. The
dearest wish that European tyranny
kcris.ic8, is to behold every State shoot
ing like i wandering star from its orbit.
. ,.r Airli millions of con-
rd.nt freemen was a continual sonrce
4ruani irecrarn, ... .
-f apprehension to the
. Linira of the Old
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World ; but it will be a laugning-Bioco.,
rid ; but it v
a territory (o be
divided and parcelled
Europe stand watching tho progreK 01 4
M Btrtipgle with gloating eyes, waiting
far Ui arrival of the propitious moment,
WU)MII' ,utr 1 I
... i-r. I!..., .moil
wlionlhey can spring J.ke tigers upon
Jheirprey, do not instantly stop their
A sense of common
danger f fearful magnitude, should
vaite the people of all tho States togeth
er. There are ominous indications in tho
Knrepean sky, of an approaching tempest.
Xkall we risk its flaming bolls with un
protected heads, or entrench ourselves
giin, u one loving family, within the
impregnable temple of the American
Vaion? Cold and demoniac indeed must
be the heart or that man who, to-gratify
a gst of insane passion and prejudice,
weald not only cast away his own free
d, but oonsign his innocent children
1e dreary aad hopeless slavery.
What We Have Got To Do.
Tke Iiiehinond DiwUh tells us very
teruelr and briefly, what the people of
.l. tr' :, hi... da before thev
tks United States must d before they
can make the rebels return to we union,
A . W
11 fay : i .
Tfcer must teach us that they are our
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masters. They must kill a nunarea or
. .1 a r .n.n Th mint
lake Uichnioiid. They crush tho rebel- I
iii a- ,
, rerygood.Mr.)!9; we lldispaleb
tr .no inIil m it. We ufciv teach I
ji.ii iv... i
... i.. .ur1 lh the government
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,tk master of all who are wiUun its
jarisdicUon; we will kill not only two
hundred thussand traitors, but twice or
thrice, ox Ove times the number; nay, if
Ike dread alternative be forced upon us,
V blotted oat from the roll of nations,
or slay the last rebel, then we will
"jKaJSu soWtoie, and call it peace." We
wfll crush the rebellion as th holy seed
f (he woman crushed the head of the
serpent, who is the deceiver or nations;
aad if (here were
HU BioJmrmAi in fc tiM,"
.1 anrelr take them all. You
may aa well make up your mind to the
allrraative of submission or extermina
tion. We will allow no middle ground.
Tfce day for compromise has past. We
ftztit for national existence.
W. U. Ruowklow speaks at the Meth
odist Church to-night. A grand rally
will be held a perfcl love-feast of loy
al(y. Turn out, everybody.
It is said that " the early bird catches
the first worm." Wo think, there i
dirty old bird named Karly who will
catch ft devil of a thrabhing to-night.
Parson Buowm.ow will pat a new seal
'on Hiahon Kama's commission to-night.
BiioWNiiOW aya his professiou ia to
Ii 'ht tho devil. Wo gu Bialiup Ma-
-uf if civil war should ever consummate t" t0 deplorat,ie t0 every lover oi ins coun-
.ttt,if civilwar suou a flcel undeF Comniodore Porter t consequences so fatal to future
ltd work, and reduce us to the conaition c0. te (h expedition.- cn'fl(lenc0 in , he ability of the Qovern-
f fioutk America, and Mexico. It is ut- The flcet 0f Commodore 1 orter consists . . ... , nf who ,..ve ,on.
trtly incomprehensible why intelligent ot the oiiowing vesne,,,. ,)on.n fldn,i in it.
.d feelin tho truth h?"P)' P1' "Z"nn' 16 ..Kun8 '' ?0r ' We look for something Rett
T. , Z :.t n,. rPu of t;,,t 1 b,'r- 1;' oie;'pl- new administration of
f Una, and knowing that the courts oi Wi,kcH( gun,; Cincinnati, Capt. Stem- t 0UaPfcr wc iook t
M will cuUh Of dv I to-night-
The Expedition to Opea the Mil
! ' ' sissippu i
The following account of the projected
eapedilioa to open the Mississippi river
will be read with great interest. We can
nor forbear asking in thin connection, how
it Lappena that pome editoia, correspon
dents, and telegraph agent are allowed
to publish, copious details of intended
expedition, giving minuto information
respecting the command, strength, aud
destination of our force, while, in other
quartern, tha publication of the most
meagre military information is prohibi
ted? ; Is there any general regulation on
the anhjVt? If there is wh in it not
uniformly enforced ? Hub to the expe
dition : , , i :
The lleet of boats which carried the
97th and 9'Jlh Indiana repiments to Co
Iambus, Kjr., retnrnodon Monday. From
officers of theso boat the New Albany
ollicers oi uieso uoaia me a A'""JM
Ledger gathers ino loiiowing information
with reference to Oen. McUernainl e
MiHsinsiiini river cxnedition: lhe ex-
,:,:; i.: ,.ni.uA ,.n a ..V.nlio
iju """o o V 7
Lcalc (loltimbu being the point ot ren-
rfcOII(,. Major General McClernand is
now there, giving lus personal Btipenu-
a .1 a1 I U n a.-n a nnnl a r 1 i n it i nmun 4 I
ienticm - c iu tu p....-...... - ; r-i""""
tho forces, and taking a I the necea-
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d ,ion. Ul8 (Wr, will con-
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M8i ciniri'i ui i.rm,...
Western recimente. it win emnrace ton
regiments from Indiana, twelve regiments
rrom Illinois, lour regimenis irom ion,
four nijiments from V isconsin, two regi-
ments from Minnesota, and some ton
thousand troops,. infantry, cavalry, and
artillcry.rrom the army now in hentu.-ky,
nrnm r i nnr ion of Gen. it. W. Mor-
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can's command and a portion ot the late
command ot Uen. Urangcr. i he cavalry
and artillery lorce win ue ampie lor any
bl0) ll5 puna; t,airo, uapi. isryani,
guns ; lna 'y. P' 'flon. 1
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lUron I)nKalb (formerly Ot. liOUlS). t8Pt.
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Winslow, 13 guns; Lssex, Capt Porter,
7glln8. Lexington, Capt. .Shirk, 7 guns ;
making a lotai ot ten gunooaw anu no
,t ,1 liirnMlw.iiitA Irnnfl inAI
uunuicu i 'v
first irreal obstaclo for the expedition to
orercomo will be tho formidable forlifica-
IIOIIS a VICKSOUrg. uuk wuuu iv ia rc-
membered that Commodore
with his fleet of gunboats and mortar-
boats, is below these works, and cau
easilr co-oncrale with the fleet lrom
above, it will bo seen what an overpow
ering force will bo brought to bear for
the reduction of the rebel stronghold at
Tho attack upon Vicksburg Iait sum
mer failed for want of a co-operating
land force on our part. McClernand a
expedition will obviato this want in the
future, and when Vicksburg is again at
tacked it will be taken by storm by Mc-
Clcrnand's troops. Vicksburg captured,
and the way is comparatively clear torew
The exneditioa of Oen. McClernand
will be ready to move by thelOihof
December, at farthest, perhaps earlier. It
will bo followed by the gunboats or ticn
j... fa wm bjlTe m , force of ia.
fautry, (yvrplry, and artillery, to keep the
river cleat oiguerriuas ana rooeiuaucnca.
n,. 1,'IUll'a nnmmind will llA flliartorfld
- " - - y, h,
u ran wiutu inuowi w v .
moveu rpm uj
presence may we reiuireu, mu i w,.4
1. . - A..n!,iniilinn Willi lh. Alllnil&tfl
ut i wiijuv'w 1
complete surveillance of the lower Mis-
aissinui and its naneable tributaries, so
that when the river isoBreopeneu wu,
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,..,.. n.w rratinn luPUIllA
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I Never was a truth more fully statedt
in few words, than in the following par
agraph from the Louisville Democrat :
Tho statesmen of England desire the
success of the South. It is their own
cause. The Hoath is fighting to relieve
crowned heads of iheir apprehensions of
tho Great lU-public. For this purpose
the Confederate State are pouring out
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their blood and treasure.
rli IVil niir miaanided. infatuated.
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frenr.ied fellow-citizem of the revolted
' ,, f ...
males wouiu vcaue uio iruui ui uun
statement. To-day tho statesmen of Kn
gland am exulting and clapping their
hand rapturously over Confederate, folly.
If any officers of the Army of the Po-
tomae, whether belonging to Uen. Mo
. .. . : . . . ,
Clellau's Stafl or to anybody tlse s stall
or to no stall', seo (it to resign, to desert
tho service of their country, because
P.urnsidc has been appointed to sneceed
Uentral McClcllan, wo hope they will
havo their epaulets stripped from their
shoulders in front f f the at my and, with
coais turned wrong side out and tho word
' traitor" uiuned to Iheir backs, be drum
med out of camp. Wo are much mista-
taken if there id any nart ol this coun
try they can live in. hwiaiU Joumit.
Thc Iiuhmond Vhift contains au eili
lotial on, "The IMiiom Condition ol
the Confederate Army." Now it onht
to give in another cdit itUl on the re
lii in condition of hell. T'n H'Ai'.t is
jiuMt d in that fnb.ii ct.
. nmimr a rr in anniiwin ill iihm iiirm iiipi a ri
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, In reply to the last sentence of tho fol
lowing article, from tho Baltimore Amt"
rifatt.wa will say that the , "story" of
which it speaks shall bo told; whether it
will prove "startling" or not, may best
bo told by tho consciences of some par
lies interested. ' 1 !
The Fate of Unionism ia Middle
It is gratifying to know that Nashville
is onco more safo from all possible Kebcl
assaults, and various accouuts from there
combine to show that for such a result
we must credit largely tho indomitable
luck of the Military Uovernor, Andrew
Johnson. The centre of military opera
tions for the whole interior of the J.ebel
Confederacy almost, it would have' been
the crowning evidence or lmucctii'y ana
bad calculation had it again fallen into
tho crrasn of the Ilebels: and as that has
not happened although only saved by
the merest chance wo trnst that the re
gion it of old dominated in a military
point 0f view, extending into Alabama,
will once more and speedily be cleared of
the Rebel hordes.
Hut, meanwhile, what has become of
. . V .'.
lnl Unionism win
- , . ifrt,.P ih
ich a few months ago
shadow of the Stars
,nA ,. wi,.
Strincs ? What has been the tate or
., distincuished patriots there
niPn like cx-Uovernor Campbell, uoionei
Rn(, u d
. -. . n a
beyond reach of protection from
. f. TT. - ' . K..l,rill
iaii it w ii a " i i ' -v '' '-
niisralculations of military blunUcrings,
.i111-..-1,:nfl .i,ih nnM nniu
ihpRf) and ti;ou!uncg of 0,hcrs like
th t,, (ho cr(,i fae usually visited
n;nn:ata fL-Pn tho oth
. ., ,.j i .ri,,,...,!, .hml,)nd
, fc retrp4t 0f thc Union forces, can hardly
n,-JfMlwrffji up,m in Vlfiant strong ttrm$,
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ova must prove a ithk.c ui ic i"
. ,i. rr.M .,t
it rations for th Union tvertjwhert the in the
to find au cue of results
er under the
military affairs in
o see the contem
, . . , which, as cuerrillas. have
Uaghed liuell to scorn, cleared out, anni-
hiiatea by his successor, oureiy uio
ir...:. .i.:..u J rp ..,1 I'
v-'liluuiBui uau iu iruuraacciiiu juh-
tuck B(irviTe8 the fcnd tri,,8 to
w,)ich u h((3 been exposed will bo pro-
, appreciated by all the loyal of the
nation hereafter, it will need no mere
i,. i -1(0a ,n -nmman rr it nnsirl.
. - . ...
,..,, V(k i-.-i, for . ,f-r(lins- n.vt-U-
tion when tho story of the beleaguered
city comes to be told.
Great Excitement at Mobile People
Leaving by Every Possible Means.
From the Memphis Bulletin, of tho Hth
we copy the following Southern items :
We havo information from Mobile to
Saturday night. There was great ex
citement at Mobile. The Confederates
had but few troops there, and the people
were momentarily expecting the arrival
of the Federal army, which they imagin
ed traveling overland towards their city
There was a general stampede of all who
could make it convenient to leave. Men
women and children were crowding the
cars, steamboats, and all sorts of private
conveyances in order to get out of dan
ger. lhe impression was that Mobile
would fait an easy prey to the f eaurai
The Confederates are fortifying, with
II M.I II .'4 I .
f P? ra "Vl Vl'l' '
i i iJHiaai nn . iirra rr-in uri'cnirnn tre
expectea at jacKson irom Arnansas ana
ol,er ,)0,nt8 South. The great battle be
1 . ' 1 . I T 1 . ti 1
1 iweeti urant anu i emoerion, it wb ue
iieTrti wol,id (,ke piacB at or near Jack
i;Ja;OBini,i It i aunnoBid tlmt iho
c,Mi r i ii :
uonfed(,ra(ei ,t Holly Springs will fall
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On Monday tho cars on the Mississippi
and Tennessee railroad only run up as far
as Scnatobia, about 3G miles from Mem
phis, and it was said it would not come
up again asfar as that point. The Confede
rates woro expecting tho arrival of the
Federal army all along tho road, and on
getting to Scnatobia they only stopped
long enough for the passengers to get out
and others to get on, when they moved
back on to Clrenada.
Mr. Woltl, at 130 Third street, detected
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counterfeit hve-dollar ireasury Notu. It
is well calculated to deceive, and would
nfcver ba detected at a casual glanco by
one man out of five hundred. Compared
closely with the crnuine bill. H waa
found to bo about a sixteenth of nn ioc
lonrt-r. and the inner harsher and stlllu
Tho eigcature show more plainly on the
bai'k of the bill than in the uood money
.nd ,0 ghndintr of the engraving is hea
t,el. aud 'darker. Other defects would
probably bo disclosed on a very critical
LxiiniiiiRtion. It is liLelv these counfer-
fjU uave obtained a wido circulation
)ero and elsewhere; audit will become
n,.,.,hs.rT i0r ili neoi.li! to be a little
,ore careful in handling " green-buckn1'
than they have herelolore brn, .V. Inuts
The bail; Ifcsth-ss, a sailing craft of
our navy, has made n h'ss than seven
teen captures of prizes ( l u. Ish and reb
el,) since the Hih of February lust. She
U commanded by Lieutenant l'idward
Coi.roy. Anions the recent e.i)!nreH are
the l'.rilish teani( ra Souiii and .n.;lia.
wiiieh were caught w hile a ternj.i imi; t o
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I. ieK 111." iiii, hiuiv- in v ji:im mm,
The Tax Law What it Requires.
The following convenient summary of
the Tax law is given in Thompson' "-
Bankers (not corporatcd banks) pay a
icense of $1(;0. '
Bankers rccelvs deposits, disunnnk. and
pay checks and drafts.
Jsrokerspay a license or f oU.
Brokers buy and sell specie, uncurrent
money, stocks and exchange, y
Banks that do any brokerage business
as defined above, must take out a broker's
Land warrant dealers must pay a li
cense of $25.
Bond atid Mrtgaye. Stamps are ro-
quired for each instrument ; one for the
bond and one for the mortgage.
I ho income tax is to be paid on the
income of the year commencing January
, 18G2, so that on the evening or the Zlst
of December everybody should have a
very clear record of their income gains
or profits for the year. And as many
sources ot income, such as dividends and
railroad bonds and stock, insurance
stock, savings bank interest, fec, (they
having already paid the income tax,) are
not again taxed, it thereforo becomes ne
eessary to havo a clear record of the
sources of income, that i here may be no
dispute with tho assessor.
The income tax for the year lob-' is
payable on tho 1st of May, 1863.
A man in business must make up the
net profits of his business for the year,
and pay the tax on the amount, less $C00.
A man may, outside of his business,
spend U and even more than his profits
business; nevertheless ho must pay
tax on all his net business profits except
the SOOO. And so with a salary; all over
SGOOmuRt bo taxed, though personal or
family expenses consume it all-
Checks, drafts, and orders for money,
whether at eight or on time, for sums of
$20 or under, are not required to be
Notes of hand, due bills, Ac ,' if for
sums of $20 or under, are not required to
Certificates of deposit, for any amount
require stamp?; two cents for $100 and
under; liv- cents for all ov-r iuu.
All checks and sight-drafts tor sum
of over $20, require only two cents for
Time drafts and notes require stamps
in proportion to tho amount; live cents
Foreign drafts, if single or solo, whether
at sight or on time, or are the same scale
as inland time drafts and notes of hand ;
bnt if drawn in sets, the first, second and
tliirJ must each be stumped according
to the scale of foreign bills in sets; three
cents and upward.
The payer is required to stamp bills
made abroad t the time of accepting, if
on time; and at. the same lime of paying
it at sight.
The party attaching or first uRiug the
stamn is required t cancel it, by putting
his initials and thc dato upon it. lhe
penalty for not doing so is lifty dollars ;
but in case the maker of the instrument
omits to cancel the stamps, tho party re-
ceivlnz It, or the paver, may cancel it.
This, however, will not relieve the maker
from the pcualty.
After naming a few " certificates,
such as shares of stock, deposits, A'o.,
tho law says: " certificates of any other
drscrmtion than those suecaled, ten
A treat many papers in common use
will bo necessarily changed in form, from
a certificate to sn assertion oi lacr. la
other words :
A thousand and one dodges to avoid
the stamp tax will be adopted ; but as a
general thing, good business men l
pay the tax on their money transactions,
rather than trust to a dodge that may or
may not stand in law.
Tragedy on Board the 8umter
The Gibraltar Chronicle confirms the
telegram announcing the murder of the
officer in command of the privateer Sam
ter. . It (ays
"A dreadful tragedy occured yesterday
evening. Oct. 16. on the Confederate sfea
mer Sumter, in this nort. The crew of
this vessel, as is known, were paid oil
many months aco. and she has since been
in charee of two officers and ft sufficient
number of hands to take care of the ship
Between 7 and 8 o'clock last evening, Mr,
Hester, the second officer, is said V have
deliberate v shot Mr. Andrews, the oiu-
cer in command, as the latter waa lying
in his berth. He expired almost imme
diately three shots from ft revolver
having been fired into his body. The
criminal was arrested and a Coroner's
inquest was held on the body of tho de
ceased officer. A verdict of wilful mur
der was returned by the jury against the
I'AKTtn Hhoks. Soma of the regiments
attached to the Army of the Potomac ha i
issued to them, while at Harper's Ferry,
the requisite number of new fcboes to
whic h they were entitled. Some of Iht-se
same shoes are now without oh-s. Up n
examination it has been discovered that
neither i-ts nor thnad were used in the
manufcture of the name, but that thu
sobs were mi-rely panted on. KCorts
w ill bo made to discover ihe contractor
furnishing this particular lot.
deposit or frypsuni, one hundred and
f acre ii e.Ment, aud equal to the
best Nova S'i-iiti.t arliele, hn been dia
t- ivered within aixl v rid of Thih hy,
Sauinaw coua'v. Miehiuaii. It is uuri!
Miito plaster, and Ihe bed hat heto bored
1 inf., (ifieen or Iwenty fei t without R"iri
' tliroii.h. Itcn h iuii. d for U ly i-eniK
r,, . ,,),
"Wahhinotox, Nov. 18. The Navy De
partment this morning received informa
tion of the capture of the rebel schooner
Emma off Velasco, Texas, loaded with
121 bales cotton, and bound for Jamaica.
She was taken by the armed boats of tho
U. 8. schooner Kitteling.
$12,000,000 of the $13,013,450 of tho
7 3-10 loan to be awarded under yester
day's bidding, will bb reimbursed to the
parties in New York who several days
ago promptly advanced that sum to the
Treasury at Secretary Chase's request.
rrom calculations made at tho Trea
sury Department it is ascertained that
$9,o05,0M) will bo awarded to those who
have bid abovo 103 5-100. The amount
bid at 103 5-100 is $GOO,100, of which
$4,180,400 making tho remainder of tho
oau was accepted and bo divided pro
rata among those who bid at that figure.
General Ilalleck has determined to take
stringent measures with officers absent
from tho army without sufficient cause,
it is stated that more than one thousand
are absent without leave. It is under
stood that a long list for dismissal has
been made out.
Effective measures are in progress to
arrest an immense number of deserters
throughout the coun'ry, who will bo se
verely dealt with. It. is said the Presi
dent will hereafter pursue a more rigor
ous course towards those offenders.
Nkw Youk, Nov. IS. The Times has
the following: Tho recent unrebuked
presence here of Mrs. Lay, whose hus
band was on Uencral fecutt s stair, aud
now an inspector in tho rebel army, and
Mrs. Campbell, wife of ex-.Indgo Camp
bell, assistant Secretary of War for the
rebel Government, and their unimpeded
return to Richmond, have provoked much
Many people cannot see why female
spies are thus permitted to it-it the capi
tal of the country, and after obtaining
whatever information is accessible, usu
ally an ample store, bo allowed to return
at pleasure through our lines t Rich
Nkw Yonx, Nov. 18. A Warrenton
correspondent of the Tribune has tho
following: Uen. Burnside has not disap
pointed tho aimy. Uen. Sumner, now
commanding two largo corps, is this
morning en route for an important point
which, as it will take two or three days
to reach, I will not "amc. '
Tho rebels of this village in order to
console themselves upon seeing this great
host march through, their Male, are cir
culating reports that Jackson has fallen
from his mountain heiliiH upon our rear,
and that wo are rapidly lleeiug from
Oueer, that two corps should II y from
one, and that in tho direction of Rich
All that Jackson can now get in our
rear he is welcome to have.
Gen. Lee will soon require tho services
of Uen. Jackson in front, if he has not
already been ordered to join the mam
body ol tho rebel army.
The following is a special from Wash
ington to the 'Jribune :
A number of prominent ship merchants
are now here urging upon the Secretaries
of War and Navy, the immediate and
very great importance of sealing up
Charleston harbor, at present the great
port of entry for all contraband trade,
and tho harborout of w hich, if out ot any
rebel port, iron-clad vessels are expected
to issue which may threaten thc safety
of Northern cities.
Lieut. Col. Ludlow was to-day declar
All the officers and men captured at'
Munfordville, Ky., in September last and
now in camp at Indianapolis aro ready
They number about 4,000 men ; also
all thc troops captured at Harper's Ferry
now in camp at Chicago, amounting to
5,000, who are ordered here.
Wasiiincito, N'ov. 17. The bids for
nearly 13,500,000 of tho 7 3-10 three
years' bonds wero opened and tho result
announced by lhe Secretary of the Trea
sury this afternoon, occupying more thau
three hours. There was an unusually
largo number of bidders and other inter
ested persons present.
C-rriI"" (Ur.re of lh N . T. I'vtt.)
The news from tho front is important.
This morning tho army is in motion, go
ing towards Fredericksburg. Which is
to be the place-of operation after Freder
icksburg shall bo held as a base of sup
plies, docs not appear.
The condition of tho army is snch that
it gives its General great confidence in
the result of tho next ba tie. We have
more troops than the rebel Generals, but
it is by no means impossible that Lee
may outnumber (Jen. Buruside whon ho
atops to fight.
With Fredericksburg as tho headquar
ters of our anny, it will bo comparatively
easv to furniih it nith supplies by way
of Aeqnia Cm k a .d the railroad from
thai point to 1'iedei ickt-burg.
The Wiir Department will hereafter
insiNt that substitutes will bo com
pelled to i nter the old leg. ments, and to
remain for nine mouth, and with this
understanding the Govcmhih ut. will pre
fer putjBi i tutffi to the orijinal dratted
It is believed that an attack upon Char-
l.Stoil will imt Imi be ponlpoiied
rebeU have been nukiii,? jireparivlioim
fur the allai -k ir neveral weeks, and, if
they aii to oe tu iuvt a, win i"""
der Ihe ,;ly hiiiiply lueauHo it may be at
the mercy "of one of our iron-tlad. The
inhabitanl will be on!cred to hare, and
if necfarv, the riv will be c otmined
tn tho Ilim ruber ihan aunender.
S.i far m I ' in !i jmi, bt!i thu army
and navy desire that the rebels shoivd
take precisely this course, feeling thV
it would be fit and prnper that this
treasonable city should be destroy
ed. The preparations for an attack are
so perfect that there can bo no doubt
that one or more iron-clads will Burcccd
in approaching the town at least within
shelling distance. '
1 ti i
A Sad Incident. The funeral of Ser
geant Cbas. Iewis, of Canterbury, killtd
at Antletam was held last week at Can
terbury, Connecticut. At tho same timo
was buried the daughter of the Ilev. N. B.
Hyde, bright girl of twenty-one. be
trothed to Lewis. She sickened unon
hearing of his death, and soon after died.
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Cl.AUllK 0. HAMILTON' .
8. T. MIHON.S
HI3 LAST LEGS !
Ilpal"tl ty (iHTiul reiinrit.
Friday Krrning-, Nov, 21,
THE PROVOST GUARD!
Mti IlK II A Ii r
His LnsL Loir!
'1MIK KIR5I Or AS'DKItSOM .1 HOMANH WAX
1. Hiii il.ijr iliMaolYMj, by mutiml cum, m. Tli
booLia J m-oouiclH Will Iu. f.mnj In i, imIi ,,,
Andrew Aiiilemua. for ei.lluetdm. who n'tum m nn
lUiirn -il to re i'iil lur t lit- tuine ; Hn.l M ill entry oi
lh bovn balni nt h oi l Mnml. Nn. f,:i lir, j
Btrl. Ord-jri tolicilril.
J II IIO.MANS.
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ALSO, A BOY,
who iiitim to If irn t!ie bii.iiic". - . ..
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tliu lip ol ttm If ft rar having tlm iiiifurunc-n of bmiin
nor.iti hnt. I will ft' v Slu In onv una who will
turn Imr to in.) nt No. to, .-nulh Jlinkft nt rent.
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One Dark Chcstiiut Sorrel Mare,
with linht mint and tail; bofwoi'D. four and Ota
jriiix old ; ubout lift, fn Iiuii'Ih liixli Any one r
iiirnin ln-r to No. i:5 Nortli tin rry Ini l, at tl
riii.r.il Ku.lroa'l and (Mii'iiLm'i Tkkpt Oilii'n, w.I'
reri'iva lh abut reward. (Nur.lH-.V
Ufiiiiburstiitciil of (J (Vims.
OFFICERS OF TI?E ARMY,
who liar tti-u at any merino In 1 1 1 - forinatiot
hair CouiiBira aud Ri-'imatilH, cm la
Reimbursed by Government,
by facing llmir Climi in Itii liamli of
CIIARLE8 H. GREEN,
Agrxt for Colltctiun of Claim agaiutt th Govams fi .
0FFIC8 No. 88 NOBTH CHEIiUY it.
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towing artitb-i for aula, a fall
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that b k- rixxlraj bit
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Cloths. Heavy CassimercH and
Vestings, 6cc., &c.
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X fi.klii; tbat v.'uy Wi
from tbclr Utarf bn I'i.iku Hliart,
To No. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE
priouly ivxurb'd by i' iiounnr 4 lli upaaai
iri!, I.ad fD aiiMi.ally will t af.i a llirui
I . o t : c i n j ilia abovi.
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