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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
^ /S NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1862. PRICE TWO CENTS. IEWS FROM NEW ORLEANS. LNGED APPEARANCE OF THE CITY. BENBRAL BITLER. VISITS PBNSACOLA. Return After Inspecting That Post and Fort Pike* i? (ienci al Put6 tbe Church in Prder. [rest of ? Clergyman far Acknowledging Blnwlf a SeacMlonM and Reftatng to Pray for the Preddcnt of the United Statea, dtn kill All h?; steamship McClellan ariived at th's port yesterday kin Now Orleans, bringing dates to tbe 10th Inst. We i under < blignt.cns to Lleat. W. H. Weigel, aid-tle-ciunp J Ceuoral Butler, and Dr. R. R. Smith, t'nited State. |n?y, fvr the prompt delivery ol our correspondence. Oor New Orleans Correspondence. >KW ORIJMNS, Oct. 10,1862. %ifcttl Change in the City of Mew Orlean'?Tt Xow Res'.m W< j a Sunhem 'lily?Tin Weather Bottoming Cool?IVix* trrivi'ifffor A in Operations? Health of the Command? rump A'tf./.??!,??General Butler's Knit?He Kmbarlu for "auazola?Adventures on ihe Koute?Mos>]uitoc3 at Fort "ike?The General in Hit YacH Gypsy AsAis the Burn, ny St'arr.tr Ceres?Arrival at Pensarola?Billy Wilson's IZouav"?' 'mliticn of Our torts at Pci.tacola?Gen ?rul IIM Doit) Placed in Command alPtmucoid?Tin Reluct* Htm Orleans?Rumors in iVeut Orleante R'specling the Ifiirtterdl's itrww -Seceptirn of the Bmaneipation Pro. Icfanation?General Bu'ler "Puis Ike Ohttrckes in lord.-, '?A Mxn'Jer Refuses 10 Pray for the President I if The Cnitert ,Stales?lit is ArrtnUd and Will br tiett' IjfortA? A Chnlain in One "f the Regiment* Tak t /lis l Pla t - PatSiiifieys by (he McClellan, <tc., <?c < iTtie Crescent City seems fated to a complete revo |ti n !s more things than its political Jtattn. Dunng past s:x months that it has been occupied by l e Army of the Cnlf t has under,'one a change iu its |im and > b <10,dcr that is very plainly perceptible. It ems unit* like a Northern city, and even nature is cvi Jintly inclined to aid the delusion; for during the last few |iys, with th" advent of golden pippins from New York huuest, rugged russets from Xow England, has eom>; ?cold sn ip" that would pass a most respectable m istcr wither of tho alie-. e named localities. From a condi km in whi. h perspiration was the rule uud a dry shirt pilar the exception, we have jumped at one boun I into n an in which overcoats are a necessity mid coal (Ires a cry | It is very agreeable, indeed; hut T 'ear that the sudden nge w 11 be far from bencQcial to the health of the ?emaild. However, it is very inspiriting, and ?he? t.p long for such rc.nfo cements as will sable us to commence a series of utfc?swo icrstioc* that shall clean ovl the hordes of Insurable guerillas that infest tbo neighborhood, in fer mg with a successful prosecution of interna) com , and reclaim the cntlro bin to to tbe generous gov |um>ui that owned it bv honest purchase and una ever ered It with a liberal and paternal caro. Vnr'troops, |ith the CTCeptiUBof a stogie eamp (Camp Williams),aro iCaeoauditiou; That . amp, having been located in a r, swampy ground on the right of tho Currollton liner, as suffered . >i -. lorably from swamp end intermittent jwers but hy i prudent removal of soino of tho reg, ents to beahby localities we are a successfully combat. ng dis< At Camp K- iruy a iar,;-: brigade, under the commit.d I Brigndierrcncral Woitvel, iB cujoylug the ndvant ages ' hea'thy lc-itlon md gj.id opportumtiaa for improvc letit in r ? li dr.'l and exercises as will soon place the ?# <u ?N' ?"'"lit ? undition for the active .service to which Mf *re shortly to be led by their gallant yung general? i whse ; in r .I'll? military knowledge and soldierly ualillss we a'' feel Sntpdo t couDdence and expect worthy ruit In the city f\ ory thing mores rmoothly. Oon. Batter out istiet the i ile which hns made i itn at i m-ofeared aud especteri by the traitorous enemies of otir country and altered and wondered at by those (1 wish I could in. >lude onc-balf ot those who, by taking tbc oath, hare put hi the semblance o: loyalty) who honestly desire the rcuwatton of the old flag over all the region that, tw t ??r? since, comprbed fie grandest young nation the rarld i.s; ??er soeu. The tax en fecuoral Botlor s tunc and uhilit.es ap warn to increase in nr? porti< ti as time rolls on. and be variety of claims upon li s talent wo ild driie in ordun ry man wild; but to hiui ibey aio meat net driok lie plunges .uto Ins w ok with as mnoh /eat ind gwto i- ha did when .just after his art vr.llcre.be isrif" 'be heeds swim of "blruulre consuls, rtiraelory iay'rr an-i otbei rebel iMBccholdera. by his summary ism.i ?? "f osoowi'ig and punishing th'ir evil doings, stt-a few days j nee he has never allowed lainueif any rI.xation from hix arduous duties,and the i ho comb, cd u-.ne. with recrc.itlae. Since Censaccia was added to he Department <>f ilia (Julf, tJei erd Hutler has been Mi ng as opportunity to visit that point, to Judge hi.us If of its condition and its means of nee* but until Inst wock he has boon tin i to And tune for the trip. But on Monday. Mw nth lust.. h .r ing u>signcd Heesrsl Meal Ihm to'bo m f fmmh, he deteranucd to accomplish ins leaig" of visiting that place. So sending Oomtral Ivuv ioi,nd by die steamer MeClellan to meet him at>Shl|i ? 'ml. he, a., 'tup unci! by Jbynr Strong, colonel Turner, I'a plain I'mlcr ana JJeulenanl Martin, alt of his eiaii, aurpda re-., lie: like in liis yacht, the Cypgy. JJ,<- ,c pututten for en jnuteriug all aiuds of adventure nnd sue . r-t iiiy gcti ng out of regies i.i- folly sustained on Ui s ti p Ho iTted jb Monday svaniug, and expected <" mat ? Fhlp Island tho following morning. but owing to the akippsr's igmsMKe of Urn lake we lost our way, and wore bea'ltig "If the rebel shore within rllisraogeail n.itbt, oec iMon illy amusing ourselves with Char leg some MMfdcio'W nolpaicr, whlcn would run into ona of the tin mm oi.s bayous and sb.de our slglit. We liiially got Into the Higu "ts, and r< acb d Foil I'iko about -?uiirlso. If your > p.e e v i not *o vav.iuB'e I would like to go inio nn ualal.orab' digression on the eovol subject of mosqaitoee. lib deux ng myse'fthi* saUsfhoilen 1 havetheconsolation jo kBowing iliat I saxo my credit by wilhiio!dHi? the |?? wv in fit ? e tone. , for if I should paiet Ihe I pielure as I new It at Vort Pike the spirit of Munchausen ? "Old he Justified in vi?-itu g this trouble- omc world, and ?do 11' to hl? world-wMe reputation tar stretching the truth by remarking. In thu langoasre of the liupenten ? Mir/ht d, "I am t doad yet ' I taint content myself by saying 'hat reveille arouse- the gerrterm to tho uid' tied duty ? r flglitlna tho gray hacked Jittlo vsm j?r**, i cd tattoo proton (SUM anomalous scene orotic |*rty u ib engap":neni sleeping ou their artus, while the but tie le w ig <1 with iocroosed vigor and execution by the ether. i fieri ?lth the tltorougb'y defensible rendition of For' Ptl", the General ordered ibe y.oht to prooosd <>n het voyugd, id. althe igh the wind was right in our v elk we u . i.i *'".h t ime na would have aecured a w hole ?. i ci eof platoiu the N'ew Vo k regutia, and Just bofurn aoedwern wc were within IS miles <fo.ilp siaod, win n sod aeiity ?e diecn? red, wmt twenty uilice aiUern.a steamer ? si fire ti e wore tathfled that it was the t'eree,e boat that piled brtw ? t> me Is and and Mow ttrtean*. , ibe flenri ?l at < nco decided 'hat there cotild be only rwecourse I? puratiegMd that was to run back, I.i the l.o|s' of picking up s?um of tho unfortunate victim of tli-< chaster In Icit* than an hour aud a half we aut hored in- nie 'he burning wreck; but Ckptniti Buchanta, of the gunboat t'alb aiu, who always manages to be ab >.>1 when ever there is any good wink or good lighting to be done, had arrived at tlm spot before us and hud succeeded In ?sving toast ot tlewu who oscHpci nllve from the teres. Wo p.cke-1 up thro* of tho crew. An annual of ttio lalustropba baa already been sent to the rtnilO' and n? B?w facts have since been olicltnl. After hav nig1 una wHbin an uc? of being dashed to pieces wc the rocks of tbo Mary Ann Lighthouse, wo finally rear lie I -ship lalatid at dayhroak the next morning Wl then took tbe steamer McClellaa, aad arrived off Fort McKea, at rooaaoola, la th* ovsniBg, when suddenly w-o to"Ild oumdvsg agrOBOd. IVc throw up a great number ot fiekotf sad irod so tnntiy guns that, as we learned ?ir*i dDv, the forces at t'ensarola wore tbnroughlv alarm ?d, and were niaxkig pre|?aratlona all night to receive an aptucbeuded atUeik. ht two or three hours ? boat utM off f"?> lbs flsgabip ffartfonl. . a- oas of the n wl important objects of tbe fb ner il'a WH.l w as W comer with Admiral f an agiit, be eonrludMt Vi go up Hp bay and apund Uio night aboard the Ifart iosd The next morning, Un M?;rieli?n having got off the bar. we went on tip to Vensacoia, where we were received ai'ba major general's salute from ''apmiu ?-law?ouv li'bl hsttrry, railed Siatoa artillery. We fooad the trooMat y i aaeo.'.t in a lmh-able cendttleg, and aeneral Bo'.er was highly ggatllle'l at tlm eicerient atatit of de "The thoif-anTfor fi^hamiles wbe w*"h'd HillyJT11 ?en s /sm-is es as they fdgrebed dowu BrotdWay Ui ^y IMl. a? - who orsekod tlUK joh";?1 ??wk WWW ractiii nl WtHlld IdjlllSllfa hf yy*l if they Boold bm Iko Boldierly athhree kv'd hfaribf reperu '"W io Pensacohl of the thorough discipline and good conduct of this celebrated corps. Coloucl Wilson and his officers ?land deservedly high in the estimation of all who come ,u contact Willi them. After duly installing General I)ow in command at Fen aacnla, General Butler and staff, In company wilU the Ad miral, visited Fort Barrancas and tlie ruins of the once magnificent Navy Yard. Ou Thursday night we started on our return for New Orleans, where we arrived on Sat urday morning. The absence of the General bad, of course, given me to tbe most absurd stories. One popular explanation was that he had g>mc to select some uneven lent Island u|ion which to land his troops nfter tbe evacuation, which. In good uuturud responto to the desire uf Joif. Davis, ho had concluded to accomplish, and other rumors were circu lated equally sound and to the point. During our absence the news of the President's emanci pation proclamation had been received in this city. but, to our surprise, we discovered no great excitement about it, aud now one hardly hears it spoken of. Tbe ti uth is, that in this city and neighborhood emancipation bus been made so practical by the i laves leaving their owners in such numbers,and the woilc Is progrerslnj so rapidly, that before the time designated for the proclamation to take effect it teems likely that no one here will have a personal interest in it. Having squelched active, "pen treason In cve-y other profession. Geueral llutler has concluded that it Is lime Ic lake tlio church in hand. ronse.,uenliy. last week Governor Shopley isst.cm an order to the rectors of (lie various Episcopal churches that hereafter the service must be read in the order prescribed by the founders of the < Inircli. This, of course. Includes the prayer fflr the President of the United flutes. Last riundny nr'ruing, Major Strong, Chief or Geueral Butler's stall', feeling the spirit move him, detcrmiued to attend service at tho Second Episcopal church, situated directly opposite resident headquarters. His .-ol? motive in amending church was that of wor ship, aud he was nut in tho slightest actuated by any de sire or iutontiou to interfere with (he proceedings; but Wban the rector omitted the prayer for tho President, and prayed with particular unci ion and emphasis that liif. people might be spared from their enemios, the Major's ire was very justly excited. Resolved to give the minister full opportunity te read the i rarer if lie would, ho waited until the litauy was lini-hed and a hymn announced, when lie rose, aud, en .joiuin;,.silence on the miuisl sr. he turned to the congre ga mn and statod that he had v isited the charch for the solo purpose of worshipping God; but as the rector had secu 111 to omit the prayer lor the President of the United States, he, in tbe name and by the authority of the'commander of the Department of the Gulf, declared tbe services Closed, uf course the f umle portion of the congregation wras Instantly on mhugu " rampage," and some began i,> Mib find scream, while others gnashed their teeth and mido themselves otherwise conspicuous by their con duct As the Major fand those who know him will readily conceive lnw 'lie.tgioenbie was tho ditty ho had boon obliged to perform) passed out of the church, tho l.idio-(f) who had collected in quite a crowd by the door, favured' liim with a hiss that would have dissipated tbe nmhiMous dreams of many a young n:ul modest aspirant to lu-irionic houors; but he passed quietly through with the sir of one who knows he is in the i iaut. After the church was cl? sed, tlie General sent for the rector, Rev. Mr. Good rich, and bad a ioug interview with him. Mr. Goodrich declared himself an uucimpromieing secession ist, sunt lie bad prayed for .lell'. Davis up to the previous Sunday, and refused decidedly to uboy the order to pray for the President of the United Slates. The Geuoral dismissed him on his parole, to report at headquarters to-day, and he will probably be seat North a- a prisoner on the MuClolhin, which leaves this evening for New York. One of our army chaplains (probably Rev. Mr. Barv, of the Second Louisiana regiment) will officiate a) tho church for fhe present, and the service Is not likeiy again to be m dilated in that sanctuary. Among tho passengers who leave for the North by the Met lellau arc ' apt. Thornton, who was severely wounded during his gallant charge on a rebel battery at Poiichn toula.TJeut. W. H. M'oigel, late ?r General Butler's staff", and hibut. W H. Russell, of tbe Quartermaster's depart ment. ? The Mc lel'an also carries home a number of sick and discharged soldiers, in charge of Dr. R. R. bmith. NEWS FROM MEMPHIS. Captnve of an Island in Golveaton Bov lay the Union Forces?Generals Van Dorn and LoveII Ordered to Richmond, At', Ms^rais, Oct. 21,18C2. Tho Granada Appeal of the XTth iustant has a report of the expturo'and occupation by tlie Unionists of an isiaud in Galveston Bay. Nothing is said of our forces having rea died tbe mainland. A fight was anticipated should hoy make the attempt. Tho Grenada Appeal contains tlie report that Generals Van l>orn and I.ovell have been ordered to report at Rich mond. Geueral Pcmbertou is aunounced at the successor of General Van Dorn. MilH/iry Jlovtmenti In PenaiylvMilt. KKflSTINO THE IRAKT?THOOM OKDEKED OCT IT TUB GOVPKVOH. [Prom tho Philadelphia ITess, Oct. C4-1 A report. b.ised upon excellent authority, was exteu ru cly circulated Ui our city la?t night thai Governor Purlin lent ordered troupu to llArrirbur,' for immediate mid hopo'taut service within the Slate liuiitu, uiul nliiiougli rumor* ?f new rebel raids upou our bonier Were rife, they were f cneraliy dt* reditcd by persons acquainted with thonffiitarv dwpoRltton made recently for repelling any advance of the rebels upon free soil again. It is well known, however. tli>t the rebels have recently taK?-n and held tome advanced and threatening po*i!ions,wrd ne roue ponplo bectmo very much alarmed. Captain F. Fpencer Miller's fine battery of light artillery, of Philadel phia , has been ordered to report at narrisburg immcdl* ateiy. by Governor Curt la, fully proiwircd for rctivo sr vie u ItbiD the state, supported by a sufficient body of iuinutry and cavalry from Camp Curtin. .Captain Miller'a b?t"ry left promptly according to oruors, atiout ten o'clock last night. for tho Stato capital, t tklug the care at West Philadelphia. T he cause of this apparently mysterious reovement is simply this ?a think?-Th-re bavo been ai tempts and threats made to re?St the draft In fi' \ oral count ies or our State, and in view o( an outbreak hi some of them <J verm*- ' iirtin, deternrtie.l that there should be no Tory successful interference with the execution ot the ian of drafting and of its practical applicati >n, h is t>.ought pro|K .' local! te his assistance n sufficient mil * taty force to suppress any unlawful diittirb.ince. " Fore name l, 0 rearm ul," is an excellent motto for any Governor or pet ?n In auihority in these war limns, and we are pleased to know that our Governor has token the initiative in this matter. [From the Philadelphia Inquirer, O t. 21.] I e.'ters received yesterday in this city give the follow log fiela.? On Tuesd.n last a great number of the colliers ,n Hi liny I Kill cotiuty. Pa., were stoppeil in their o|-eration>- by a baud of miuers, who perambulated the roads and insisted upon all tbe employes Joining them in riotous procc-d itgs. Iuo cause of the outbreak Is a determined resolu tion on the pert of the miners to resist the imi ending draft. It is estimated that at least three thousand men nro cng tged in the attair, and the uproar will, It Is nn I impaled, extend throughout the wbolo mining region. The rioters ure nearly all n in?d with bludgeons, pieces of iron, swords and every other variety of weapon. It will require at least two regiments and a battery to quell the tumult, which was still proceeding with increas ing violence yesterday. A tabroad train 1 rr?m an adjoin ing county, transporting drafted men to Ilarrtabiirg. was stopped by a gang of the miners, and the men within In vited to step into the road, where they wv:e assured all attempts to coerce them to 6erve the government would be unavailing. Many of them did so uad ars now in com pany with tho strikers The riot is said to hare originated in Cass township, Bch lyiktll county, where on Tuesday Inst eo much resisl ar.ee was o(W>red to the eufor#.-inent of the draft that the Commissioner deemed it oxpedlent to postpone it until Hobday next. Tho miners- thr-nten to offer the govern ment of the Stato either the alternative of not drafting or of retnnluing entirely i.n--itppiisd with coal from this r cion Hiuro the origin of the disturbance the receipts of real in this city, from Hcbuylkill county, at Richmond, have been about one half loss than usual, and yesterday about one-third only of the u*uat amount was received. The Difficulties wltla the Coal Miners Adjusted, Poii>vitx?, Ps., Oct. 24,1802. The difficulties among the coal miners in Hcbuylkill county is regaid to tho draft bavs been adjus ted. All is now quiet. Tho men generally are resuming work, which has been suspended for the last two days. The Flue Arte* The superb collection'of pa.tilings at the Pusseldorf Gallery aro it ill on exhibition ovor Pr. Chapln's church, in Broadway, and ere well worthy of publto patronage. Tes Fmnss Dajhi.i, Prbw?The ferorlto steamer Paniel Prow made her last trip on the Hudson river for the s ason yesterday. She ha* made brr trips during tbo season to and from Albany with groat regularity, and is still the champion of the Hudson river. Tbs Co.vcvt To.dat tsr Pswtrai. Pass?Tho Central Park Commissioners announce that tbero will bo music at the Central Park, on the Mall, this nftetnoon, at half-pitt three o'clock, by the l>ntrsl Pars Hand, under the leader ship of 11. B. Podworth, if the weather permits. The following is the programme ? rasr i. 1. Grand March Kwhkcller. V. overture tc'^aroiu" :t. "Home,Hweet Home" _____ #. 11 Atleor Polka" Tissington. part it. I. Pest March ami Chorus from " Dtr Tann henper Wagner. 3. overture to ?Fnayanthe' .Weber. .1. Tietetia>n from ?,/'t'.t*?r,lota ' Mossrt. A "Jenny 1/nirondefle Ma/.?rk* ' Kelur Beta rasT tit, 1. "Central Tark March'' II- B. Podworth. it. "IinroortetVn Walts'* Guiujt 3. "When the .-Gvsiinws Homeward Fly" Abt. 4. "Witlietrosia t Peason flalop'* .Heller 1 he - Vat. or a! Pet Poorrl.' Dcftoi Browmvlllf-Despatch from General Grant, ?kc. JtntsoN. Teen., Bet 24, l^'i Major General H. W. Hallbck, General n-fhief of tt? United State* Army:? A despatch just in says cor cavalry, ender Major Mi.dd, ran Into Haywood's partisan rangers seven miles west of Brownsville,and killed one captain and captured about forty prisoners, sixty horses and a wagouload ef arms, completely breaking up tbe parties. 1 will send th" prisoners to A:ton. U. 8. GRANT, Major General Command ng. Mrmiws, Oct. 21, lfcf2. General Sherman has ordered thmy seeesh fam.lies to leave Memphis on acoount of tbe rcceot guerilla outrages on the river. THE WARJN KENTUCKY. CnMMran, Oct 24,1802. The rebel General Morgan is still at large. He will probably remain In Kentucky. Our cavalry are in pur suit of bira. Major Genera) MeClernund's department embraces tlie country between General Grant's and General Butler's de purtmeiits. He is pushing the organization of the depart inent forward as rapidly as possible. The Chase After Bragg. Ot'K M.W CKBEK L'OBRKSrONDBNCB. Near Ckab Om raw, Oct. 16,180'-'. Escape of Srcfy?Council of War?Our Army Foraying? When the Rebels Passed Through Crab Orchard?'Jhry Steal the SI a Let?'J he Pmtotulcran> t of Cgnf-derate Scrip?7he Kentucky Campaign as Disastrous a.> l/iul in Maryland, <fc. The cbtvvc al ter Bragg has been virtually abandoned and Gor.srul fluell is at a halt. The cavalry advance has reachod Mount Vernon: but the rebels are gone, and a re port is sent, back to headquarters hero that the enemy is Iwenty-two miles in the advance or the main army. Clia grin is marked on every countenance. General Gilbert's corps entered tho town yesterday. Slmultaanoun with tho arrival of McCook and Crittenden> us General Buell had established headquarters in tho hotel in town, another Jain of generals was witnessed. Tho opportunity of this recouceotrntlon was taken advan tage of, and a council of war was held, the corps .md di vision commanders oDiy being present. The result of this has not fully transpired; but it is reported that it was shown to be impracticable to further pursue Bragg. 1 he reports from the front indicated that he was far be yond reach, moving day and night. It was also ?hown by tho same roportt that if further pursuit was deter mined upon forage must bo gathered in this country and transported for the use ol the horses, as it wus imp sti ble to feed them in the mouutaius. The halt of today aud half of yc-terday is said to he for the purpose of gath erlng forage for the animals on the forward move ment; but in two or three divisions in which ! ilavc been no forage has been gathered. I have no anticipation of auy forward movement, and if one is. made it will b* leisurely pursued, without bopo of overtaking Biagg 7HK REBELS PASSIMU THROCGH CHAR ORCRARn. The trains of the rebel army began parking through Crab Orchard on Saturday night, and cot:turned al! the Sabbath day and night, lbe cltliens describe the iraius as being very extensive, and by some the number of wagons is estimated at l,;.0O or 2,000. They are in almost ev?ry iustnnco impre?cd wagon- belonging to farmers, and of great capucity. There were also a large number of Uhited mates wagons and animal*- but the pioponde rance of wagons were furuishid ou compulsion by tho farmers, and not Cucle Sara. The meu driving them boasted that they had come info the State with a hundred wagons, but were going out with a thousand. An indi vidual w ho hud evidently lost his slaves asserts that they liavc Ukun besides a driver for every wagon, and say* (bat he firmly beitovee the rebels have token nway iroui the Stato more negroes than recruits. litoso wagons are loaded with all manner of articles of food and clothing, lu one train of forty wagons there was nothing but jeans and Huseys manufactured at the Frankfort penitentiary, and stolen from that institution by the rebels o: kirby Suntil. All the stores at Camp Hick Hobim-.on have been taken away by Kirhy shalth, whose eolumn Uie rebels re ported retreating by way of Kichmoud to Ixjudon. SF1W.I. COMMERCIAL TKAXtUiDOM. As usual, the rebels 'leoit larg.-ly with the dry goods merchants of Crab Orchard. 1 hey iHiuglit every article of dry goods to be found in town. They purchased oven black .-ilk to make shirts of, Had oinpioyed the Indies in ranking than for ihem. Tho citizens state that their ap penranee has improved since they came imo B?utuuL>-. but ibut they are .dill a dirty, ragged nnd nusorable set of brings, Confederate scrip was plenty in llto hands or all cIoams of the array, nud it was spent with the sumo rrci-doai wilb whkh it is inauuracturcd. oftic.-ni and men nad negroes aio equally we!! supplied with it, and used it as it' tho supply was unlimited, a- it duubtk -s is. g tnt.irr oi isc rukfat bhc bait at Crab Orchard was not of long duration, ft.- first regiment entered tlio town at fenr o'tloak ou Monday morning and the last left, it bwtweon I wound three in the afternoon of the sumo day. They were moving at a rapid pnc>*. ,\ heavy cavalry force brought up the rear and k'-pt up the stragg'-rs Tb<- meu, on going through, stated that they had orders to move without hit!'lug for night until Tuesday night, and thai they expected by that time to get rid cl Huclil. HKAO>. USEES AXOTWBIt TEE'lt. While in Crab Orchard Genera! Bragg was surroun.ied by a number optebels anfi una or two I'niuuists, who piled hhu with qne-tloi.s until how as forced to make a lit tie S|?ech in ru:?wer to them In this speech ho touched upon the saMect of the campaign Into Kentucky. U? said that he and his govrmmeut hud been muled by their Kentucky friends, win. bud lepreseutcd the ,-ute us ripe for revolution, they had been deceived: but the mis take wet discovered too late. Tho campaign, be said, which they had urged, had boon made, and been made in rain, at a great cost or rm u and materials. Tlwr hud hen no adequate recompense, and the dead, vrmnded an-t j>ntoiiers soham Ite haul I'ft in K ntucl.y mo.r than ?/iUtile ' the ft' ii- rrcrui'S he had received. He. aid they had anti' i pa'td obtaining not lets than fitly thousand reanUU, ufri as they had Hot received Jlot thou "end. At this Juncture a UtiIon man icspecHully remarked to Gen. Bragg that there was no n-e of attempting to bght Kentucky out of the Union. Bragg replied, vrUiiii'n. ? " I knowi' now, iir; ami I never intend (o attempt J again. I am now leaving the State at fad at putiiblt, and I tuw intend to re-enter if." TEE BAIT TO-PAT. The army is in camp three miles from the town, on a brain li of Itirks river, lying m quiet, aweiting orders. What tbey will he It ie now difficult to decide. They may be lor ward, but an one anticipates such now. if such j* the order It must be soon reversed, ror the army can burdlv exist wberq it now is, and it is a matter of Irapos sibtlily to do so further east or south into the mountaine. Bragg is at London, many miles in oar front, and to catch him is next to impossible, in the country in which he la it would be hardly possible to movo an army in line of battle, and Bragg can at anytime defend himself from attack by the head of a single column. And it Is plain that ifti attempt to throw forward a (rantion of the army to attack him would be to court destruction. Latest from Rebel Sonrcen Ahoat Brsgg'i Army. Cbaitajtooca , Oct. 20.1802 The last we havt from Bragg s army he was .it London. Ky , falling bark in order tswards Cumberland Gap. hu ll has a eery large army, and ? tide irored to dank Hray while at Camp Dirk Robinson. which wut prrr'entM by the. retr'at. Buc'l I-- yet eudeavering to flank hm.atd there may be a battle any day. The report of taking large numbert of prisoners o' Perry rille by the army pre ret untrue. fFrom tho Richmond Enquirer. Oet.30.] Despatches transpiring with the War Departtr.ont state nothing more than that Bragg bad fallen bark from his former position, a distance of forty miles, for tb>-purpose of sivurlug subeivti-iicc. The combination of tbe federals having been strongly relnforcod. rendered this move absolutely necessary It la tjrmised that Rosccraua had commenced a strategic movement to form a junction with Buell and out olT our stniy entirely. [From the Richmond Enquirer. Get. 21.) It seems now to bo generally conceded that General Bragg, after the lute b:?it'c? In Kentucky, withdrew bis forces to I-ondoo. a point forty miles northwest of Cum bertond Gap. The reason thus far Designed wss tbe ne cesnty of obtain.ug supplies. We shall have to wait fur more satisfactory explanations. From our own accounts, and from tho enemy's also, wo have no donbt that Bragg had the best *f the lighting. The subsequent fulling l-atk is, consequently, a disappointm'nt of cur ezpinUon \ Wo can afpresent but hope the best, aud suspend our ,edgmcats for facts and explanations. City Vfttnlllgencn. U.vtow Wa a Mseii.no u.xnaa thb Ausfkes op r.-t.aajts fro* Slave States?The meeting to ho held this even ing at the Cooper Institute will bo addicased by isauy dtstliigu sbcd Southerners. Amcng tbom are Colonel Hamilton, of Texas; Hon. Philip Kramer, of Florida-. Crtlvin F. Robinson, Esq ,or Florida, and Time. J, Hoyuloo, Esq., tbe talented ao.l eloquent Die. trict Attorney of the Unltea States fer the Southern Dis trict of Florida. ( basis -sBtiiAiiT.?F-ln.nnd A.Taylor, an Englishman, about twentypours of ago, was brought before Justice Kelly yesterday on charge of bigamy. The defendant, it is nllegetl, In the mouth of June last married a young woman named M.vrv Anna Rortibaui. In the month oi August following, while bis llrat wifo was nltve and n divorced I'tom him, h? en.eied Into tnntrim.itnal bonds wltti Miss trances L King The Inst it is who inakeA the complaint, ice hug i liul -tie has been or.ly apu,,ev.-d Justice Kelly committed faylor for esamtuallon. MOTHER GUBERNATORIAL SCHEME. The Governors of the Loyal States to Have Another Convention. MILITARY CHANGES TO BE DEMANDED. McClellan and Bucll to Be Removed. Governor! Tod, of Ohio, and Morgan, of New York, Opposed to the Movement, lie.) &c., Ax. Ot.tc w?vn,Oct. $4,1802. I have it od good authority tuat the Governors of the loyal States are to assemble in convention at Washington in the early part of next week, for the purpoao? Fir't?Ot demanding the removal of Ma^or General McClellan, and tho appointment of a new comunnder of the Army of the Potomac. fr.cend?'The removal of General Bueil from the cum ir.end of the Army of Kentucky. Third?To urge a more vigorous profecat-nn of the war, the immediate advanco of the Army of the Totomac, the enforcement of the Confiscation act, and the treatment of tehels in anna as traitors. No more troops are to be furnisLeii by the -dates until these demauds arc complied with. Governors Morton nnd Yates were at Louisville to-day obtaining facts relating to General Beell's campaign They proceed to Columbus to meet Governor Tod to-night. It. is uudei blood that Governor Ted does noi endorse the scheme fully, while Governor Morgan, of New York, declines attending the gathering. General Koaecrans to Succeed General Buell. W.eBlVGTO.S, Oct. 24,1862. General Buell has beet relieved from tho command ?r the Union army in Kentucky, and Get era) Rcisc rans ordered to the position. Those who have V"c4fce acquainted with General Boscerans here, rejoice greatly at the chatu .he com mand or the forcce in Kentucky. General Rneecransj* acknowledged to be one of the most etEc.ont generals m tho Western army. REtl R\' OF CAPT. Ml'LLAN'S EXPEDITION. Arrival of Cap*. Mulla.n, United State* Army, and Party, from Washington Territory?An Important Military Lint Opened Aero** the Continent?Interest ing Details of the Expedition, Ac, Captain John MuL'an United State* .Army, commander of the Columbia and Missouri overland route expedition, mid party, arrived at the AMur Itoute iaet evening, baring reached this city by the Aspinwall steamer Anal, from Washington Territory. captain Miillmi and party left New York tlve years ago. under instruct ions from the War )?eparimeiit, to proceed to the North Pacific coast in Washington Territory, there to organise an expedition of some three hundred em ployes to opeu up and construct a practicable military and emigrant route Irum the head waters of the Columbia river to the head waters of the Missouri river?from Fort Walla-Walla, on the Pacific, to Fort Honton. on tbo Atlan. tic side?across the Rocky Mountains and pac-ing through the Territories of Washington and J>acutah. The party i,?v? pa.sad tour successive winters in the Rocky Moiid tains. This important work has been finally completed, leaving a good w.iprn roa I serosa the mountains. ? Pome three hundred United States recruits from the Atinntic Stales pe-'sed over this line in 1800, and during tbo past summer some lour hundien emigrants landed at Fort Benton, whi- h is the highest point on the Missouri river yet reached by steam. They trave led ove, this route to the Column a river, iu Oregon They have already res .lied their destinations n the valleys of oi<v n aim Washing ten. The i.ne s Mid to traverse an .ntnre*iing region ef country, presenting extent,ve tra is of neb agricultural laud, c. pab'eof supporting a laige population The ex plorations of the party have resulted In many develop, nni.td of great importance to the correct gcogi ipby of eur northern domain. Kxtsnsive deposits of gold have been di* overcd in the Bitter Root. Itccr'Lodgc. Prhit'y Pear and Big Nolo va! leys. Some two thousand miners am now at work iu tbeso dt?ir;ets. Iron, copper, lead and coal have also been found along the route. The general geological formatiuu of the mountain ranges has met with mod specie' and thorough examiiuition. During the journey ugs of the expedition delegations of the various Indian Sribos along the route colied Captam Mullan and stated thai 'hey had witnessed the construction of the road through their country without any .nieutiou or disposition to offer molestation to the parly, but thai limy desired to form a strong bend of friendship am! good understanding with the whites. Captain Mullan and party have been ordered by the War l*partm*ui to Washington city, t* there prepare the maps and reports of their labors, in order to present tbo sanie to the next Coogrcss: and there ,s every r*as<>n to look forward at an curly data to a n ?w route of travel to and from the Pacific coaat, via the Columbia and Missouri rivers, where the transit is ouly six hundred miios, and over which a first class wagon road has now been con structed. Reported Fight at Island Mo. 10. Ctiao, Oct. 24.1S42. rassengers ji.at io from Columbus say that it is report ed there that a fight is in progress at Island No. 10. There aro probabilities tbat thic report is true. The simmer ) mcrald started for Vickaburg this after* uoou wvh POO prisoners to be exchanged. News from Fortress Monroe, Fostsmb Moxsor, Oct, '."I, 18*52 Major R W. Rctmnck, of the One Huudred and Thirty-fifth Pennsylvania Volunteers, who has Jue1 arrived at Fortress Monroe from Aiken's landing, on the John A. Warner, announces that Commis sioner Wood, of Washington, D. P., bus succeeded in cffci ting the release ot over one hundred I'niou prt" suners at Salisbury. V. C.,and expects to have tb in at Aiken's Landing tbc latter part of this week. The John A. Warner, in charge of Major 8ch. nrk. will probably be at Aiken'aXanditig to morrow to receive them. I on the 15ib Inst, the Commodore ran aground abov City Point, and detained tbe John A. Warner one day to tow her off. Injustice to tbe officers and pilots of the John A. Warner, we must say sbe has never been aground while mnD.tif ouihc .turn's river, either as flag of truce or while carry.?g tb<' n . I- to Harrison's lauding. The Warner leave ik 1 M for A ikons' I vndlng to bringdown onr pni ?? ?*. She takes up tbe following rebel office's ? ?- ? ?"t W B. Low.Georgia Legion, Cantata James lock. v. Ultyfirat Georgia, und Cohiael R. 8. Ilea lis. Kvcntcenih South Carolina. New* iroiti Nan Framlsro. Fas rnaxciacxi, ucl. 24, 1M2. Marketl ara w ithout change ttahscrlptioa boc ks to the Central Pacific Railroad <"om pasv Imve been openvd at Savrititn uto, acu neailv fUOti OOn aub?< libel I3.0UO.U00 ?t". h was olio, ed. w lit h will probably be tnkeu and ten per cent paid is wtth n a abort time. Our best imlrood men ire n? iking persfe'eut efforts to organUo a company with sufn< ?? th nuptial atoi enterprise, to Insure Uiv <?vl> bnli.i . g ?. tie: r id ex tar east as Marshal, which would pay ot'll lor |o?a) ices, and ia Htdispviisal .e io an cxiei.-ua dev''S|>in. I o| the vast mineral res,nire, s of Nevada Teniiory. Rase Mull at IMillwal,Ipbla. Pmt.ttiMesns, m-t fg Initio base bill match n-uy the b.-st "e. shown duriug lb" <?. ii>. In,. , i .. /. |, Fckferd and Kr>?lon<-clubs. Th" wont tier was 'lue, ami itwasiho iwst day or the w"?k or p ay V'o 'cm st. ..J, 11 kP>rd.ad, Key at iiu. 2. Ttie I k "wis n ? ? r heme to mgbt. NEWS FROM M'CLELLAN'S ARMY. Reported Concentration of the HtMl bttwecn Marttneburg and the Poto mac, Ac., Ac. On tub Pciouc, 1 Orroerr* ? .nfiKiii'hTown, Oet. 24, le62. j Rumor hat: :t that the robot Generate Jackson's, I/mg street's aB>l Hill s dtv lsices ue ibmM Mwocu Hiitina. burg arid the rlvr. Already on.' picket ferco ha? ben doubled. Tbo Second District of Columbia rogimi-ut, Colonel Alexander, loft to-day for Washington, a* the terms of their enlistment do not compel them to come out of tbo District of Columbia. Th?y have avai' -d tl, ?mbtlves of their prerogative, and left this srettn of the army to complete the jiei iod of their enlistment at homo. Siuoo leaving Waah.uL'ton the regiment lias boon attached to General Griflln's brigade, and the men have performed their duties with soldierly nlnerit.s and uheeri'ulm ss. An nn.xpludert shell, one of the relics of the Ant i?tam fight, hurst to day in 'he F'ght-'Onth Masraohuactt* camp. The ea plot Ion i exulted ftrem the shell c using a contact with a camp Ore; but fortunately did no injury. General Morel! returned today from Washington and assumed .,omm..id of his division. Quite a number of the Second New York Militta took Kronch leave ef their regiment last cveni'-if, with a view to join the regulars. They fell into the cu-tody of the Provost Guard at bbnrp?btrrg, and will be sent back to their regimeut tb ?: morning. fGvai nation of Bunker Hill by the lte> hcls?t'oluncl Butkc UUiiiIikiI from the Army, Ac. H > ut'FRi Kkhry, Oct. 24,1SC2. I hate rubable information that the rebel force re lottily stationed at Ituulc r Hil! yesterday moved oil toward Winchester, Cak'tig a'l their traps with them. Along train of wagons preceded the main body of troops from that place. Colonel John b of tfcoHtxty third rogimen^Xew York Veluuteers, having be.-n found guilty of misb jln vlor before the enemy at Antlelam, by a court martlil, the sent once that hobo dlt-m's od the servico has boon ceufu'tned and the order promulgated. RtorgHnitatien of the Army Postal Ar rangement*. llBrtajCAStTos, Ahuy or ion Poiesac, 'tot. 24, lhrt'2. To day Mr. A. V. Nnyes, of tbo Post Offlco Deportment, arrived here from Washington for the purpose of roor gauizuig the ms.l arrangements between headquarters and that city, aw great ditje ilty is experienced in the trammlSEif n ef Icttera Mr. Koycg' vicit is most wel come. NEWS FROM GENERAL SIGEL'S CORPS. The Rebel Picket* at Tcvv llaltinmie and Thoiatighfaic Gap?Death of Ciiptssin Loeinie. Fairfax Court Hot sic, Oct. 24.18118. Gereral P gel's scouts, returned to-day, report that I bey met the rebel picRcts at New bait im >re and Thoroughfare Gap; b itlbrther tb.u this discovered no indications of th? enemy. Cupt. l.ooirlfl, Ch!? f (Jcirtf r trai'cr of Gen. Nigel's corps, died very suddenly to-day. THE KANAWHA DISTRICT. Rebel S*w? from Monthwestern Vlrgf nlM?The Otmngea of the Jtrbel Army. il rum the Richmond Kgamlnor, Oct. 20. j Vie have some interufetin,; arcouuta or afla'rs i-i South western Virginia, ihr ugh au officer attach'd to General 1 ioyd'e command. who has been oiifcn-;od in reeruitirg lor the State organ i/*t,on, and In this pursuit penetrated almost to the banks of the Ohio. This gentleman travelled -lowly,sometimes cn foot nnd then on hoi eba 'k, from Wjthoville to with lit a few miles ol the Ohio river, stopping at night at some gra der s hum ble cottage, whore ho had a tine opportunity f- r ^iidving the character and foiling at tho views of toe Inhabitants. Many iue lha wild tales toM of rapine nnd murder perpe trated by the Yankees, "I'dion men,'" anil, to our jhan ? lie it rwvr-ieti. by our U"'il f'Wrrf- m't , urtitan map, rts, on tho dr/rii tb*r <*Ul si n, it ,in n and chibhcn, Oa well as on men* w ho w ere capable ol hearing arms. Unfortunately, the inhabitants or tsonthwett'orn Yirgl nia havo he"u divided In principles, and the whole conn try. till the ias' tow wc'fcs, h is been In tho very aguuy ol e.lvil war. w linro neighbor 's ni rnyed agn'ti.-' noigl'bor, and wion brother .ignin t b-"ther and father ugairet son. IVe sro aw*'l?d that no ono who fc.?s r.nt travoiled through ihat sect; m his the slighter! id'a or fho her rors tliiouch whirl! it? iieople have pn...??d In the last year. Men would have to leave thoir hiueos aud ?leep out in the mount lips nt b flit ? no one could travel five miles with-Hi running tho danger or being b . lie. nuked. SlurtioftSh ?'a'e < t''t !r.f,r i ??<? '< tb- ?<?.?;> lieu -,f h'go. veram>Ht eenriide men, who under :>-?! the charaetur of the people and W"Uld have C'tnnwdod th?.'ir iv' iwcl, coeild'ice and love, wi io not rent Info this portion of Vir ginia at the coiniiieii--enii.nt of iho war iiier.'we bun dr- Ise: iore who voto ' for the-Hato to remain in tho ('ohm because they had no i.poertiiiiltUs of 1< arniug tin merits of ill di-pjte bclwecu th .Vorthand S otb.aii'l who,by pro. I>ur m .uagcincnt .<n<l instruction, would hav e sided with tlie -kj itliurn -dates n?l foeph* terour !ib"rtl< s with tliolr wb'de heart and rotil. H t. hat .ng ever, '.-od their elec tive rrauohtfe, th-y wee unwisely donoun. ed as traitors, and. ir ire unwisely dill, rijf,anr. ,u He j'i/i,, of partita* ran<rrr.vrf '*t loot upon tie country. Many of these were not at nil partteular as to who vied (br r . as toor who forLfnlon,bM'eomint'l'<i hiatal mnrti.ru, ,'o/e him t a ad / lun itretl all thug ?'?U'rt My 'li'iy h?ndt or. tren taking bod llv'betaua undeiffl. iHrHl vf hit t' ird ilinl i in'Wos of into who Htre a.' th' -vy ten' in Hit t 'artful'rat- army. Tho result was many lied their path at lirst, tnd a tor ? whdo tick up arms against this tr> it of robhri ou t lou tl.reri, to defend their property, their f?Mii|e? and tiiemnrves. Tbey were forced to organize "Home Guards,' ' ami at length, taking vengeance on th ir opi;re.--urs on soino of theTr iiuiraiulinaovpoditioi:ii,bv anm aflie-, f tho Yankees. It was in this way that a reign ol terror c ipnnenco'l tn this unhappy conuiry, mid ? outlined til' the la t few weeks, when t'cu. Floyd marched in, ami by hio wlso conr.se re tore I peace by britp log >n tho Union men^pro mising th'-m pat dou if they 'aid dow n thoir a:-ins. We are Informed that this .our-e had '.be hiipjiicst otFrct, and iverything was going on finely ami recruit; coming In rapidly to ihr Virginia statolinc, when conscript oflt<*ora, who would not trust tbeir precious pers -in there until Gen. Floyd's troops had rh ?rc?F the countrv of the enemy, csmo pouring in from th.' e.,t,ittnud of Major General fairing, In*t great ni'l lavinclblo hsro, who, 1 m less than one week, overcame the mouuuins a d tho enemy," and now fur the laFt ,i* weeks has been repos ing on hit laurels ai flurries ton. for fear he " might ?'Xts jierate the Yank. e? to ?, ineetitralo a largo ariny <<n tho banks of the Ohio.'' Some of the oOIcomi of General lairing are said to have acted very strangely, a* the ? orro.|?tid?-nco relating to the Stale I nc. which tiro Governor laid boforo the !/? -is lature, shouad. Vie uro informed tlut smr.e Mien Gen. I/iring,either through ignorance, or f.-re tting all cour tesy which usually oxis'g betweenofhearr, ha had the presumption to'gnore the sovereignly of Virginia, and haa ordered several companies *>t General Floyd thvt had beea mustered mm the .-tale line and recc, .-e?l eFihej and arms to report to him. General Floyd has raced about forty live roinivaniec, ami wcare assured Hint with his great -k.11 us a gctn iai, and perlect knowledge of the -odry, ho will h? able, when his command is completed, ;<? keep the enemy from tho country they weald to much d'Jtlro lo pos'cu* a* a frontier, in rase th< y sliuuiU have to a< knowledge our In dependence. kANAWllA SAf.T W0HK< AND THV nKBM. ARMY. (From tiro Richmorul hnqutnir, 1s t. ji.| General Fxhrds.who k- at preseut cmnn itidtus the Con federate forces in th- Knn.uwha vnlloy. hns issued an order urging Mrmers to c? mo t Kanawita for alt, and to bring forage for the army. For ad forage tkuv taken a high price Win bo given and Hie p itles will have the preference lu obtaining sa't Wigu* going by the way of Dublin depot will be hired awl toe-ted with army sup pies Hut all should go with forage-uOi< lent to mike ;hr trip to the Mil works nnd buck. We call to the above the spealal attention of a'l who nrn in condition to comply with tb# r-'pieet of General Kubole. They will premote tin- r imlii idnal adv.imago at the same lime that they will render an iS'^otl#! service to their country. Fonith Regiment Saw Teik Artillery. The Fourth regiraeiit New Yerk heavy artillery, v. hlcb ntul has been in the rei vice for the past yrar, aad which has during ihxt time been garrison.: g the forda iu thn neigh borhood of Washington hss received suthoriiy from the Rerrstary of Wat to ra.ae a new Third battulioa. Tlie re. giincnt is at prvseut one thousand two hundred strong, and has been o mpMmvnted severalt.mes for itt eHirioticy and apfiearanor It is ,mended that this regiment, w lie. recruited as now guthnn/nd, ?b 'II be the largest in lh? sir vice of th? l'ime<' utiles. ReertHling otflccs bare bay* "pcii?d nt Nor IU urd .I'."! filial street, and we liavo no doubt, ff'-ni the reputation ol the offlvvrra in cm inaiol, in 'uy or whom nave ^een active service previous to ibis war. ib.it but " lew weeks e l11 lie r.spil-otl to re cruit ibis fsvcm'e rovimetit to the proposed -ta. uiir-l. City Politlre. FOURTH DlStRK T COKCRRS8IPRAL NOMtNAWPW. Vr. William I, F ib vorth was i.eniinated s CRudidate tor ? ongiess in the Fo'irth d.strlct, by n wnvention b 1.1 :hu 1 ruiuott Hnr.s<f. ,1 VI N I'll DINT HP T ' ONoHkSSIObAI. NgMINATHIN. ?fi ilenry A. Riirr, Fiesldfiit of the Ifcwrd of |ri ctem of Hw lire UB; n.-tei.t was nominated t.ist e emag by the I oetil..'. v^.0 in I Ion ol tie Havcntb 1 ongresglopitl Uoirui ? ? npr. tng the tJeventb.and Seventeenth waids, f.' teembnr ? t 'ongr' ss IMPORTANT FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Kangaroo and Australa sian with Four Days Later tfews. England's Intervention and Recognition Scheme. Speeches of Mr. Gladstone, Sir John Pakington and Sir E. Bulwer Lyttou. An Alliance Between England, Prance r.ad Russia tor Mediation Sjioken of. Mr. Gladstone .Avoids Active Intervention. AFFAIRS IN ITALY AN!) GERMANY. DECLINE IN COTTON, Ac., Ac., Ac. The screw steamship Kangrroo, Captain IT. ? y, from Liverpool on 'he 8th and (jue.:iiat>iw:i ? u it,?ten instant, arriveil ut tliu port at throe o'clock yeslrrd.y morning. Thel unarl steamship Australasian, ( apt. ( ook, vvh ? Ml Liverpool ou tlio morning of th. llih and yci ..nt town ou the afternoon oi tho l.'th Inst , arrived at iiin port at half-past three o'ch ck yesterday afternoon. Tho news Is four days later than tho report of tit Bavaria. It was roportcd that the Son thorn A'soriation in Liver pool hail agreed to a proposition whlh lias for its object the memorializing of the British government for the n cognition of the Confederate States. Tins mo?.-ment w,s chieily caused by the remarks of Mr. G la latom at Nr w. castle. It was also said that the members of the Liver pool chamber of Oommorco were about to petition go,, rn lueui at lu the wisUy of reco^nitiny the. South. The Liverpool /'oil of tbe 11th inst. lays:?Two of tlio highest class Liveri?ool houses recolvod yesterd-y eve . up lole.rpiiK from headquarters In Loudon that, the Br'tisli and French governments have lost no time in announcing that they aro resolved on persisting in a pod- y of prru-. t neutrality. The Louden Comtnerci it. L'ni':/ List says it is enabled to state that there Is no likcllhisxl jf an immediate recogr.; ti n or the Southern eoufederaey. Governor Moorebcad, of Kentucky, was to be honored by tlio Southern Association iu Liverpool with n grand bau quot at the Adciphi on the ldtb inn. Tho Loudon Ga:?te announces that tho IJon. Win .Stuart, Secretary of I eg.ition at Atheus, Is apj olntcd Se> rotary < f Legation nt Wa liington. The United States steam sloop-of-war Ttucnrora, Captain Craven, Bailed from Cadi.. Oetober 1 for Kay a!. Tlio l ord Mayor of London had not only declined to pie sidoat tbe contemplated Garlbi'dinn moolln;: in LtoI'h. but Iiad refused tho use of the Gulldh ill lor the meeting IIo, however, expressed hi - hearty admiration for Gun baldl. It was supposed thai the mooting would be lie's at the Loudon tavern, with Mr. Western Wood, one of lh? members of Parliament for I/Hid >n, n>- president. Another Garibaldi in trouble was anticipated in Iiy.t, Park on Sunday, the 13th, the anti-Gat ibildlans liav nig i' was ascertained, determined t'Kise.inibIa In clrong force, A police notice had liecii Usuoil prohibiting the meeting. A number of antl-Gu ribald inns bad gotten up a riot n Blrkenboiil; but their proceedings did not un-alt in any more damage than tho breaking of sonio church windows. From Turkey we l-vn that th Mosque property is tr be secularized. It is exported tb it tots pre ceding wii1 givJ a gnln tc tbe revenue of three million |>oui)d? -le, ling. The Poultr y mad arrived at llairetlisii on the lOlh n;-t. too Into to catrh the Australasian. The September mails from the Went CHast ?f tfrlca hue arrived in Kugland Tho overdue steamer t'lcoputrn with the Aug. rt n.uils, v.us w recked oil Sherboro river 100 miles south of Siorra Leone, and ivrvcd a total I Several 11 vs were last. Tho coast news w?i unun poi taut. Tho Kdinbuig rcirhed Live,-peel and tho XcwYmb Southampton early on liio morning of tlio 101 h tost. ibo Arabia, from Boston, arrived at Liverpool Oclo bei 11. INTERVENTION. Speed, of the Klgkt Hon. Mr.Uladitonc, Chancellor of (lie Karltci|U*r. [Kreru Hi- i^iiHou Inn.*, Out. 9.) On Tuesday ereomg a v*a.< given in the Veva Town Hall. Newtawtia, in honor of i;,., Cliuncollor of th? Evch-pief. Mr. ami Mr*. Ulaihtoua are now "ii-ai* <>l Mr Hull, M. I'.. at liibaid ?, In tno vtrinity of Newcastle unit tliey visited tb.l (own on Tuesday tor tlio purpose of attending the ill. Tim cb?i. nn taken by llr. .fo*?pn Armstrong, ibo Mayor of N?* auto, ami among the prin cipal | Oiaoua pro** n( were Mr. IliiU, M. I*.: Mr HoiMtiani, M. P., the Attorney t.eaeral; Mr p. Hon nm iu, M P. Mr.' W. II. I o.unmni, M. P.; Mr. Ingham. M. P. t sir J. Han mar, M. P.; ? ir J. Kl'a, JT. H-vlan, fur !'. Howard, fn W. Armstrong, K. C. a., the Mayor of CacvtMad, the Mayor of bunder land, Mr. Jnwli COwan (f hairnnui of ilie !) no i ouaorf..ucy > omniiaai.iu). Mr. Hi.ph t errand, other*. About live tundrod ft ull.niri in all rat ilowo m dlnue.. Alio dlnne. tho < n.i mas r>?c to profi He the toaal I the eve log. Newruatie, he aail, wu* tli if day honor 4 hy the proHriiro ol ono oi our m ?l .lielliigulsh-d or.iloie und ataleuu en, #b so emiuept nc. vie a in cotmectiaa with the cauee of free t.inle, and wore e* ?rially with the r< mm-rclal treaty beta een I ngl <nd and Pr ince war- too well known, am' too highly i| meci t-d by them all. to need any word- of oology iron, him > u that ? ccaolng. Ho would, tberei' re, simpiy aak tin in to ml a humpor to the beal'h ol Mr. ? laileiono, uu.l bo wan .me lie only esprc** ?.| their nDivaia.il Paling when he iruaUMt that the right bonorahlo gentleman would I'.lig tie spared to atloru the s- nate and holp to g. ido the conoci a of a gratolol conn try. (i boars.) The toaet wan received with enthusiasm Iloring hla s|*-oob. in reiurutn iMi.ki, Nr.Ouaani*! .?aid:-?H la not very ureal lor ii Monster holding my ullfa 0 to I'.ilaiii a |n.Idle aas< inMy up. n tub Oct* of ion ign policy; hut I hi m Is oik* question o? . . wiai*n*t) and ofaorhv y imi rtan e, u d en deeply and in.ltnati-ly Colt, neeled with the to c nig mailer to which I h.iv- loot re (e> red (diutioaa in Ixitc .shire), that I cannot av>lil aa.i -ig a lew wonla upon It. i lumu.ol cunrn, the deplorable, tk'iugn. in my ofdnn ??. not dwk/ai ?#m. v'r whu h ia now proceeding mAB. 't.ca. I lor one, aaerclaing my own poor louuUKM aa I b.-st a -"id, lint never ndy that fug land kad <"?? oo*i< c ur. r -i *>ik k*r own >p rtnl mv. rifi fur eiuuiig l'<' di?rnfA*m if Ik' Atn-ritan Virion. I can un 'orai mil 'b so who - y that It m f r the g. neral InlcrOrt ot ti I""'* 'Imi do Ihato tktmld utU to ike ><?? men???>* ol a ro 't nut I ???? ' n.lerrfiu.l tho ? wit* urn?und I oo ooas it to H1 my own opit.i u?that u .$ ,,, ?!'g l-r ike m .**..< ?/ ,k' 11 ,rn nut 'Dal tk'ij . Awf > ku t o wt k Iktir own m. f ?ot.e . oed not, n. k<u k.lh 'lo >? ? i>, <eue,*tiilM Ikeir ma.fr* t ietr?d hi/ (1/ >-*?'? pai. <r of 'At Id'- r<il /,nie;emntf of fs. Cn i dsttil t. ftloar, hoar.) i ray obao.vc tb.it u.ai bit lieen ibo ?t .to ol tbiiigs anhaiRling heranfore, and who'h some ptifi'M, I think imMuken y, have ibougbl it desirubte, in the Interest or tliv negro, ?? nialuiain. The laws by wh.cli the lavoo have h en so vemad have heon law* urn made by the i-deral gov org. noinl, but by the fiwiieir of movis tham*e|*i a, ieSif? /#,? Ik' m/eri imeut dt k t law 'ke . larevumtrt km ?. under 'A eontli iitum of Iki- ? niiea >At ?*, l -td a eigkl lo . nil in aid Ike ukoie /-owe if the Am rintii In ion. (tlanr.) I ettn, tbaroh-ru very well uuilorot.nid the argument* of tbo.-e who ih ak thai it i." not |>a^h-ula ly to tie destrod. hi ihw Interests ol tne n*grr, r.ico, tint tho Vmerleaa I'tioHs ?bouht bo root'toiUnlod. i ut I ?v.nfe?s Uwi for rea*..e? vviiu h I .ie?tl net b iw evpl lb,I do not think ll it Pngland ha* bad ?ny ItiUrttl iu llie di-anpi?n of tbeTuion, ind r..y on u private upiuton In** been Ib .tit wouM ha ra'lMh 'mr the iblerest of I in la A if libit t'oion bid coblinoad laouwaV. ibal ,lhai ii n t th.; 1 rallv oiiiernHt itl. bin ?l acy rate v< i innM aineci'D ?? the course r.lu I. he. Mu, s.y ? Mlni-:??s h ivr endear or od lo '"..ly h-to. momh.rn.t4f inliiy?Ibis In eii iri, |.UW*.aail M- espies-ed ho ??;rol nun .inly. WHorc two pa. ,et nri .iO'.IW - .1 I. e. '""9 'I ^ ?'* * . I.' . c Kiu ? f (I ' uf ? r'll'mla \ I. ! V ad b-lb, hiSe.00 llie stale i'.' . ? i H i wiil be jud^ di/f by ollber ?I miie .1. ? ? ,u _ , i, ly?spool rr in thcin ,vrr ?f 1. 41 ? a >ui wlkct we may expat-1 ia ,i. ? . ? . f'ifAlrallly up to'hp 04*0 .J> if1, ., sti ig.' - ?'? ill 1' a *1 i| ait i sum i ceS anull b* uatn ly i; ) in. , t cdi'sfH, iioweTfr.lhal it i c ?! ? i^r'y lad a right to tlr.l , i> i i |%ti 'A? frderil /oi-'j. ,, nv ?? *p d dl ?' . in ??: trall y, o ir da -'sti-m . i, - t '? >[' i.'?.aud ocl ? tlrlff* ar. SI' I irj i ?