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THE VERMONT RAID.
Additional Details of the Affair. iccoriTs or tic vernort press The Capture tf Ssveral of the Eaidera. Gcoige N. Sanders Engaged in tbe Affair, Bum incton, Vt., Oct. 33,1864. Thirteen of tbe rebel raiders ere now to tbe jail el 8t. Mine. Canada. They are mostly young men, and claim to hail from Kentucky, and loeisc tbet tbey ere In tbe Ouau-derate service. Tbey ere confident tbey will he release J. Two of thorn cleuu to bavo captain's eoicm i-eioca. A email quantity of Confederate money wee round on tbetn. Tbetr examination before judge On u reel will commonce at St. .'oboe to morrow mommy Bernard Devlin, en eminent counsellor of Moo areel, will conduct tbe case jd behalf of tbo United States (vrenuDeat. , of st. Aikam. s< 1.. "I . A,b"DB MiBsengcr.Oct. .10.1 Utt Jcud .*r,T ?urf,rl^-*"?cd At half-past Usraeo clock yesterday, our peaceable community wax 7:?." r**1 ?b,:tk 10 6od ,o u?r * my LT' V"K or ,h,r,jr arluc<1 horaemeo. .he ,m,f u " .t iTul rr, i"Ml"0 l? d,VhH' Mr:i "?"?? "?? u?r at r?.a and oll.ues, riot, perhaps, paralysed wiin fear, hut with wonCetruent. uoe Inquired >( another woTv, ^..T, """'I "J"* :,ru % ite . -o . a ,rebrJ ral<1i" " thBV *">??? t? destroy the yii ?ge. weie the e.xv.am iliona that arreted 11a on ?yri- wc _ * ' ro 'at, ..i n ths neighbors o( whom we inquired ??re equally ignorant iv, saw'moo prooeeUiug from U>? livery ealahlishmect or Wm. 4 Kit s,,ii^ with hcraas, unt-arnc-.ed, load by tbo hostler oi l\,TU ?h^eul' wb0 !,aM bo would ndo them ? No, siud Iho mm who ordered th< in, ?? Wo will can of our own horses. ? jun,pi[l(! 'n0 to them tbo aJ,1!,:',n'n,? h""V Iar';0.. ni,rr rcvoJ?r? "hu'ved n yes in the bands 01 all the mounted me. . Mr K I. I inter, who was then Approaching the "scent)" ?*. ?taitiicd, "what does this moan, trko baclt thoso borao* " <*>4 damn yon, if yon don't Irerp still we ?nii shoot ' ? vf?duci:.g thoir revolvers. Tbu neu part 01 th > prodrome was the appro,r.co .,1 fruiter w,m* "Poor 2t?? iT i~.Wocd1 e"r tbB 8h?a ?liop 01 Mr itiidad ?? r 'lf<1 "boot bl? "Sua." hut fcr three rop S&.v. c VlhleV,fJ*l'2l"g,Vft 0,1:or our twifhao ' K J- MfTr,s"?. ttl? contractor (or oar isrto hotel, was standing '<? the stops of Mlaa Peat ?*?? JUBl "O" <tour " rlh of thu Mtunu e, office with haod on the latch of the door, aud rece,- oil ?' ?hot through his right hand, which Was In hte ^ke, fmrnrng through his bowels. He ttincred la t J ' wuis?ra.,?i?; i&,s KM lame lately gumraored. medical ?to- ?r?|U JS? ?r tbe n,or# ">atll0rn part of 271 Tk id 'real ?SOitomcot. As we looked sr,???*? v^'SSLSrsr S!";:? ?i=w rsusvSSs f" rit . no 1 tn . 1 irwt .erruopl cxfslry, who urged tt, ? en., ds to arm tberasaives with any 1 Ulna ere-i fcroomsticke. "1V0 have a la of ,eb? 1 a,derg"~? > J- emi hatlcany ex.,aliped, "a d let us .tfch^em > Sill Jit?i leu :Tlioul('?' time tbe raiders wore en ?nTh15?1'b#D "?'t0*lnig horses an t awiui; our cilizepn *? the m et m^ht.u1 xuatiucr. fhLir flrat dacent was rM' ti'ewii' a F'"*- Ihey entorid it with-ut any iwitVj^:oin-^n"S fnp'Mlbie to make any. Ib-v T 0': iSou ? ?Jl?m Ire?B"7 hinids, In ueeorainallors nlr# V . * S SDJ l.OOO's; flo,CKIO la j Der Wit Je^ul tender coupon Duirs Sj oiai uoikr let rest hearlnk nae.; $?>? ta cJSSl ey "f Vew Kltgiaod banka and Rreoiibacks (in ?Bier r.6 the rnrkllo (ou-.ty BeUk, Tu c^hWr M the ci"hV? V*-Itt"tilt b}r'be r""nt vf (:-rk' H tth whoni fw h ?> w/r. nn * fcum0 w<lrk b" I11 been dctng s a ?l u r vrei,K,Ul0u*l> ?b,,T??? Ihto the bsua ?-?, .d the key turned u|Krn the n. lh? ralde e of tbrmgeivei to all the v Islhio t'ui* iSpTw Wr 1,h ;.'lnirUnl Ukeo ,r,!ra ll-? hank was about W?.ivn Mr. J. it. ^rrniDjrtoa, coming iniu the - ?w BitautM alter, naumg It .p^renny vawnt sod m,x woatinp gomclhiug, r. krd. 'MVho'. bCier'' w*mo Mr I ,Lui " , l0'el7 "OttlBed den,'? s.,0 .. jei i1 ??out Ibe sate waa opened, and <>ut came tbe im I?l8<"i?d, .omevrhat alarmed ?s rasy be levdl1- 01 I ^0LTLi:v>k "'?*lfce ^ ZrUh'oi . ?/"? Vnietly they entered it, a..d the teler - Jtmary. Bishop aud .M-yuiunr, wen rompeiled to laa ? toe ! Ou&ftUeratt' oaili, mucb to ibe di?cnst of I \ * i I Electable men. vr. Kreck a.he nrnT, r ? Wetherbee, emuinp ntu the hank at this tiro.. w,th v,00 "V ""0!er"ly informed lT?n"w ,ho ' look dciNJsns, " and the money rolred frocrhiBi. Ibe ra.dara then pn awted t? rarssi ?? n? tar olf.TrTuX'^ lt" *""*?loa ?? c irry. iKirMllf.' 'trn# cwn-n'oeod reitl lag thrlrpwiiti. 11 Thet felt that me town w.a Invaded Jo | ' "?Dl ,n ? *"* ? 'od, maid V w ! W^e 'OW? H V' Wtr* ?? I requisition, ae revel.ere. ioe taiders, maruuder* ^ TJlet|y pror.-ede I northward lu twenty minutes or '??? a company of h^raeuivi to the "r^o'.'T rorlr L WB atiuuld ju.t je, ' ..s org'.ni'e* *J tTipaAioii Noaud ?ou ^trax2Ab?rj a d ot&ars th#? L'ro ihUi.? "0<1 ~ lc- "ther?* ay ingire, .led ,u liimnlt. The pur 1 rt",r*0<,e""'wbo that." arrival T^S i T Hrf to tb0 b^"kC. also toe barn o ?r B^ine rtllfw . fl,r? v sg promptly extinguished' tad aTTroe P.? *U' h b3LU# ***' lr?m b?re thev I th^ r.,i.r..n r"b lh* b"0k at .xreidot, ?od Sl V htr U'. ."Vn1 dlr^ ,l>' ww?r<l-anad.i ?o si I) city, whe ? iho advance guard of tbe ur. ia?"u.or*'e leH1"!!' 3?tne ?,ua'h"1 ,rom <beir horses ia u.o gio.teat ha-te, and took lur the Oo application to the ( anudlan authurltiej, two <u the ta&, ?rr"':?d ?n,, "ol 10 ,ro '? IheCwJdlu IU** tao"' with couimptidahlo energy, went in ??arch o. the robhorg At this writiua wi- laaru there fcjvr tceo ^rrdfelod at Slab cily, or noar that THiire ?r" ?xintry and tbejp'eeetne o- military u.m hurllngton Jtoc.peiier and Kratuetx.ro |g a aai-guarl of aecu.uv Aa attrmpi was made by the marauders to Are se\e 1 at ?I our banding a An aUenpa w.. made toPrV the A?m*i)'"Ad IioU'1 li^t Pigbtwor rnl.i r it ?fiu ? ?Tier the villain* had ImOTtK w to , "".rniug Mr. Ateu d, on ailemutlnv to ?p ' lu? siurc. fourd that a portltn f it wn igpued w th sr.;?;??' tyy t -? ? ^ x ?71" ?< ?h'e rebels to kUl'?nd murder"* ?" erT? 106 JLt hV:r ?!,a..hs- br r^ deuTrn'oe'? tSSSSSSi *t? '.U me"8 br raatfera v, ? lb? operation o. the IE&?\ I;.,,?" recover, ^ "h'e *'' ?'r Uan ?1";.!'ltit ?">ilMr' b*re tost evening, com br IsiMbUsAGt ( o'ouel lientorj, notnewhut an ihI H ? r"^' ?rm7ru? <**<"? and the orderly man ? 11*^ aotuiorg daring the tilrht and to d.v a'tta, h^. Sur^ti IUr<" Honl?a, M^lor Bar.tow ana ineul '?'nrTn',d ,b?' '?? ?mytoe-tbiy ^ bi token by the raiders (, .m ?ere ft t tsy, |* |n me hands of the ( aradian auiu,. rtnw, awaiting the acUoa uf our etal. g..vernmec" rfrom tbe BurltcgioB times, Oft w 1 Jcv^Tb 11 'ulU' da" tl e^e raiders hsd b?en ?aefciof atxu.1 the IITarrot bolaia Sun* >* th..n. a.a ?Wl''Srr4fh"ro*bL*Ufr,1' tb8 '"'"can, while ?Igl 'f th-in had quarl-rg at tbo Ki. Alt ar ? Hou .. a..u here their singular oehavinr attracted the aiteotlon of Ita ,au?ord, Mr Celrc-, ana he vhiw.,, mlm m 7 nir'soYj^ I'n XyT Ar"m * tb',r "'"V ' The eider or the parly is ^eacrihed as a tail well ^ aa'Utl!,^ "|da!.",''??r#a ?? <h* nea.?i w. Via ^ ' * of ?? Or.l its nil .i u. V * 'l""1 ,b" ,"lb ?* Oc??h?r, siwo he L.,' M ti, rr!"a two or three frarterr .V?l b? muttiy kept hp ro-un, but aereral ?? ?el-ev.deatl'v 1 morinag of Ootcber is educalkd, ena ,g to.etii ?k?. new aad ol good bi/ti rath undojbttriiy a ? ouredarat* officer 01 The estimata of their n *???? ?! from thirty to lort'vM'L *? b#l *>,#c# With bWfct ,,?to.a of a t aw a?/.? b 5 W er# we" ?'' f*"> ?ai t Ld fg. m , ne ^ *?'4 'c?-b!ft Pattern. ?nm ? ?M 10 Kur ?f Ibeae (ormid.ble Atv r dinaer there ts-rgLu.. Jroutw, hoi nwatiy waikine . ""e'etooaHy in ? fbn nrigbh ^h <>d or u? hauls ,1o"k M,,? the nr. ti.ii.i ..... Ab?vj| balf.p?at lhr?e two or th .?<? ?? ??II drawed, and evnlautly m,0 ,M 'baa* ?" tutha baafe All were fa,"" ,JU"? ?be Ig d*a< rlbeo by e.,r l.^mer i??hbIS g"" ^ ' " 7?J? ,b* -"n?tor a ro>un of the bans at ihe At of moot ma h'.hhia ri?afa |bf?# i#iw.?tt . Mr. C. N Ihgbop. ten,, of Ue talk 2,7'? , "jJ * l*lr ?* pwtolj, proceeded to rob tbe in?,tutM,g B.abop r.n lap. Use nw where Mr -eyn.Jr,.. ?'''toyttd to bolt U? door but Ibey were JSi ? MrSaywour preweaie,. w.tb a reh.1 *7t"t in the ahape of a platol al hie haad ibey .,?r# Wa JUwCH"""*!: *" 91 tolatiaaoa ta (ha sv,mh ?aadii.e, ?. V* B"i *" nay of tha>e pro ?We .?? ha,. 5ur* ,b* toadar of tba perty eald ? fc?h^.l^.,,,^:kib:fcrrd?^ *?"r- v<d. ?? aod aaatae\1. ebn??od.iah valley, burned our pay y <? buaa , "u "? Pi^l-wa to ?nreniety , g^ ^Ji x . h""* ?* ??t? prewsthas b . ?*f breilaled abo if lektng (lie ta, '''^7,,?^;;^;^ ?"?? r^ies M W. Ml sawyer,at the time ?'let tai-e a ehmk by '?*** ? aped Ue ( Aci'#4)utM *o the atatti eula of t K yd eaieid a lm?"ai mm M a?1 dnpm? ami ?twa.w,tl of tbem otM ?P W Clarh m4 said, "Too ere ?? prisuoor sad if ?oo m?ve web I'll bU'" ,0" bra id* out," at H?? "?? showing a pistol. They Iboo told bint to st?P back inwards Uio tool'. TU loader of iuo party, who had tool k little *||<? before b?D eodeavor rog to pur chase tome gold of Mr. Board*)#?, up ? 'H? sua very ooolly rsaearhed, "Rir, we are Confederate sol dier* Wo h*vo ooono w> rob the book* 10 ibis place, and ilure is eao hundred of oar gang her* bow. keep quiet, make 00 noise, and bead ovor to, iMOrot place all lb* I rev u back* yon have on band, eud tb>u? nil lbo oiber toonoy* lu your bank." Tbeee isran wore followed by ibo speaker prsneotmg a jdeuMIM> Mr Ronrusley's bead ?ud iuataling ou bt* oomphane*wito ibeir demand*. Tbe bank was soon cleaned, when lb* rascal* made Mr. llaardiley and CUrk step into tbe vault, when ibey locked ibem Id. *he*e gcntleinon r? mamed m Ibo vaolt about hair a* hour, when th#-v" released by eoro# citizens who bad beard J**' "J" ' aasietatid*. Tbe vault was terribly close and It is won , derfui that tb?y were not stifled to doatb beiore y FIRST NATIONAL BANE. The Ktret National Bauk i* comparatively a newInsti tution, having been started last ?pr eg. Thei P* y robt ed tula hank bad a scrimmage be'ore tbey wiib u vouog man named Blaladeil. clerk in an adjoining KR-i saw these arrnal men ???*?? warm tbe bank, and started to t .here wm a set of "blackleg*" propovtagto vtoltblm He,ore be entered the bank, bowever, be wa# Stopped by t be ra.oe s, who. rrerooliug a w bero' a marched bim and other prisoners to tbe Green, where ?. sow.e*.th. cUhr.^ urbanely invited to hand over what money he' bad and the kern of ibo a do. The request was e-mplled with tbe funds abstracted, ?n<1 Mr. Sow lee marehed off to the Green. The losses of tbis bank amounted to $52,660 as follows-$?.OrO in 7 3-70 Treasury bonds, iu denomina tions of 60's. 100's, SOO'b aad 1,000'e. 513.W in flve per cent legal tender interest bearing notes, $8,000 in cur rency mi New England banks ai d ireenbacks. A reward of oho ihousnnd dollars will be given for the necessary Information which will lead to the conviction of any o: tha robbers, and all parsons are cautioned ag*in-i purchasing any of tbe above lost bonds, as pay ment has been sopped. __ _ Alter th* raiders bad proenred their horses they con gregated m iront of the Americvn and near the store ?if George H. Fsrrar, when they patrolled up and down Main street, flrtug at random a woman, wboao name we have been unable to learn, had a narr jW esoapo, a ball passing through her ahawl. ? W1, v Only one of tbcm was wounded, and ho slightly In the hand. Ho wag wounded by a Bliot from ilr. ttephen Conger, son of Captain C cgor. * St. Al.waNS.Oct. 20, 7884 Later advices from tbe |Mrsulng parties under Captain Newton. Cat-taw Conger and Lieutenant Siiaitaban couth in the news of tbe cnptiire or nine ul tho freebooters and Ufty thousand dollars ot the stolon batik bhls. Considerable excitement still pro vails though nit apprehension or ai.y fcrther danger at present from the marauders 18 entirely removed. apt. Nickerson, oi tbe Veteran Keservc corjrs, '8 garrsoniog ibe border with one hundred and flftoen convalescentsirpm tho hospital at Brsttlohuro. Judge Aidls, or the Supreme (ourt, has just returned irora Montreal, where be has hail a satisfactory interview witb the Canadian authori ties, and is now iireparing the necessary papers to bring the captured ranters before a court under the hxtraditiou treaty. Major Austinc has despatched Major j. u trur slow to St jobua, in order, if possible, to secure the arrest of a party of these raiders approaching mat ilace from tho direction of bteoslead. Wc learn that In a sklr loihb last evening at Kro eigbburg, tu which four oi the raiders were captured. William Hunt, bailiff of that mu nicipalilv, was mortally wounded wnlle endeavoring to capture the raideis. Six of tbe boiscs lagcn have boon re apuired, arm-tig them ihe well known pair or uai k. THK VERT LATtiBT. The lot tat accounts 'rem the birder indicate that seven of tbe raUlars hate been captured ai.d ouly StW.OOO or the stolen bank bills recovered. Another of the gang was arrested at West Farnham yesterday. ?Tom ?1,000 to $5,000 lonnd ooccsaled in his boots lie is now in St. John jail, and will bo brought before Judge Coursol, of Montreal, to day. Constable Luman A. Drew, of ibis village, who was despatched by ridonsl Reoton early Wednesday morutng to Captain Conger with General lhx's order, returned home Inst night. He reports that ore of the gang cap tured at Frellgheburg, sent tbe following despatch to Geo. N. Bandore ? _ , Gkir ? N. Sasusiis, Ottawa Ho'.el, Montreal:? We are captured I>o what you can ^?rcu8^. u ( AfT Ihe two raiders taken at Frelighsburg were brought before a justice to thai place yes'erd?y |B. 0 Noble, of Bt Albany, appeared for the I'nited States, anil the case was continued uetll Saturday . _ ? Clyde, tbe leader, was taken at n house about three mileis soi thoast of Frelighsburg. He was recognized by Messrs. Fuller and I eels, .if 3t Albans, as tho porson who shot Morrison Ho expressed to bis captors his regret that his party did not bum St. Albsos, but tbey were so la 1 for '>1under that ihe? neglected to do so. ihe IIIty thousand dollar" recove-ed consists priori puily ot -'^reeubucks" and bills of the Bt. Albans Bank. Upnn or e of the j rirocers was found four thousand dob la's, and upon anojher several hundred do 1 re. |Vrr>m the Burlinglon Free Press, Oct. 21,1 We hare little further uilcrmation concernlht tb9 raid to add tu that already published. Mr Morrison died of Ills woui *l this morutug, al nine o'clock. His wife came to him Irom Manchester. N. H., yssterd.iy. Mr# Hunt ington is doing well, though weak from loss of biocd. The robbers appear to hive been, lu part at leait, de serters from onr army. Cue, uamed hurt, a dese ter fr m tho Vlleven h Vermont, was positively idcoituod by a inrmer couira le, and two olhers are said to have neon recognised a? deserters from the Filth and Sixth regi ments. Two men were arretted in Pt Albans yesterday, ?a ?U"pieion of concection with tho raid, and are detained in custody, one as witness against the other. Rclislosss Intrllluence. THF. RBFOilMBD OHOitCil ANi> TWIi ORRVAN9. ,be I^srru.n Kefomud M'Uttiyr says ?A German missionary of Vewarft, N. J.. In writing of the oondition oi bis country duiu, thus ro.srs to tbo^s oi tho cities of New York ana Newark, V. J.-New Tork oontarns in round numbers, Gorman*. 160,000. Of these 43.000 are Jews. 4n.ooo Komuoista. 61.000 Protestants Of the 01,000 Protestants only 73,000 (and this Is a large estl mite) attend divine service. Newark, N. ca.:',?,t'" 24.000 Germans ?Jews. d.OnO, Romanists, 0,000. I rotes tants, 75,000. Ibe protsetams gathered Into tiooe be eetun ites at about one-fourth tb?'r. ?"V'* number. It must also be hon e In mind tb*t Brooklyn and the ether cities immediately arouDd New York, wiin the r tens oi thousands of Protes<an Germans, when taken together, are nut included iu th.s calcuUtmn. 'Ibe wbolo number "f thm class in our great Ameri can metropolis, and the cliios and towns adjacent, we csnn"t be far wrong in settiug down at one hundred and tweutv-Ave thousand, for different leo-or.s wo beliete the e'tlmaie to ba under rather than above ihe We would like to bete our Relorewd bretbreo study ibe e llz ires somewhat. No church has more rensou to contemplste them than ours. To the vast German P0P"f lati .u of New York we bsve one wmgregstion; to that or Newark one, to that o! all the other cities and towns ad aceni. none. Granting to the Lutherans over two thirds of tbe German I'roieilani population, we would still have leit lor our share forty tDoussnd. Our two congregations have, together, |asrha|ie, six busdred mem bers. cuntlng the baptised chmlren and youth. 111? evoient. therefore, that we have gathered of our own i eopic into tbe Told only one iu sixty-elx. or one buudrod in rlx thousand six hundred, or six hundred iu lorty tnou-snd. LONUB'lTT OF THE CAT HOT. tC FRfERTHOOD OF THB SkK OF QCKUFC. A correspondent of the Firnck I 'rets fCanads), writing resirtHHug the celebralioo at Tbree Rtvsrs on the 18lh instant ol tho Bltieth anniversary of tbe ordination to priesthood of tho Right Rev Mgr. Cooke, gives tbe fol Tn.fRoman Catlirlic bishops or the l ower rrovlnee, we muy a.ry in this connection, have on tbe whole been sim Kularlf long Hved. v gr Iav*', lb? (irni UifltlOp kurber, was ord,lined In l srts on the 23d Septemlier, 1616 aod died on the Mb May, 1708, In tbe sixty third vcar -nd seventh moulb of his priosibo->d. Mgr. de ?t. Vallier, the second Iflahon of (Juobec, had elan passed tue fiftieth year of bis priesthood, sa be died at the advanced ago of seveuty our year*. Mgr. liuplensls de Morssy, Ihjrd Bishop of Quebec, bis sur essor, expired st the ago of seventy-eight year*, and Mgr iKmiuet, tbe fourth Bisbopof Quebec, at eighty six having Dlled the see during tbe long space >< fifty two years. Ihe seventh bishop ot tbe same diocese Mgr Hrisnd, lived to the age of seventy nine year* and five months Tbe eghtn, Mgr MarUucbesu d Fsslf. wiuiesscd the Qfly third anniversary of bis ordination to th* pricstnood. and Mgr. 1'knet, the twsllth blsh p. IM ni ty - liftlt aanlversary of the same proceeding. ME' Turs?oo, th? uHjPiot Archbishop of V|n#bec, !? ln lilt "flftb year of nis priestU>Kid. It would thus ap. ear that of Ibe fourteen nialiop* who havn successively filled the roe or Quel.?? eight livvd to witness the UltleUi an uiveraarv of tbelr ordioatioe. M IRCkl.LANBOl'R. We understand that the Rsv. 1 sr. Hawks will official* dunov the wruter at tl.e? barrh of the Auiiunciation. In Fourteenth street, tietween ruxih and rievenl1. avenues Isr. ft n Whipple, Hwhop oi Minnesrits, has arrived in Fugland. aud naa bum on a visit io tbe Bishop of Iiur 1. .iu, al Auckland Gselie, Obituary. COLONRI. THOKAR J. C. AMOItT dl*d st Beaufort, N. C. October 7, 1864. He was a gra dautc of tbe mitlsry Academy of tbe c ase of 1861, and wsa appointed a second lieutenant In the "erentb infantry. Rnortly after leaving the Academy be was stationed at Fort Rmitb end Fort Gibson, until the breaking O'.tof tbe Ctuh war, being much of tbe tiro* actually engaged in tbe Isdiao campaign on tbe frontier, oa ibe break lug outol tbe i Mb w?r be went, with hi# regiment, to that Territory, where he remained until placed "O tbe recruiting service In I860. While on the reerulllng ser vie* ibe in-esent rebellion broke out, and be was offered and aecei ted from tbe Oevernor of Massachuaetis tne positioD of colonel ol voiuoveera, wnicb be reUtoed uoiil the time of bis sudden desib. Hs Vorib ? srolm* rampsigti durmg most '* **" a?5 as hriiadisr general. Me was so siceedlngly rsflned and intellectual issn, poeseMed of superior mtrNRgsede.snd much loi ed ami eeteetnsd for bis uupretoudieg mannsrv ant high social qualities. His death is not twly e iode u th* srmy, hui a much greater one to society, '? w nntng manstrt and great Ibtelllgeoce always made his presence attractive. OOt.fiNkL JOBRFH J. CHAMBERS, ediior of tea Slog Ring H'jrut if*kr?, died at bis residence Ik Ming Fing on Wednesday of last week - Colonel Cham ber? waa a native el the State of North (WFoHee, but has I* en a residsuief ibis State for maay years. Hens* held several ImportaDl publwi offices, among which may be mentioosd that of aniennierdent of puhllr instrtrctuo, In ISM. of private reereiery to Myron H. flerk.wben lliet fentleman waa Gcvernur of this Rials, in 1$,>6. He She held ihe office of harbor wiaaler for tb* port ot New V orb lb !?? 6-.17 At Hie hrealitog out of tli# rsbelllon Ik- vni*red tee vnlunl*'-r army wo# ia the first battle of Ball rue. ?*i Ut? 'Jlst <4 ruH . ISdl. and a?o at tb* naitte ?w/riielam, rm the !7ih H*ptemh*r. IStiA lit* fail leg ?eallb. however coir.pei'ed buu tr iea.ethearniy tu th# btg'SBlng of )?f?. "luf* when he hs* been rer d"g a* Fief -''us In Jitr* Isst lie laasi arl c asirol of Uo ? ag Mo* JirfH'tnuifi. H'ii has since U. ? ?-'advafvat t?'i eqjuxisl deper,as*M of !*#? t sper. SHERMAN. HOOD STIU IN NORTH GEORGIA. The Purpose of IIi? Campaiga la Get Iota Atlanta. The Garrison at Atlanta Amply Provisioned. HOOD'S ARMY LIVING OFF THE COUNTRY (litlet Restored at Nimphli. Cairo, Oct. Xi?r M. Memphis dates of tbo 20tb state thai gu.ct baa been restored Id that oily. Ms. K. D. WeiUairi Dttpalrh. Cuarrajiooua. Oct. IS. lfG4. ?oop against MDKRuir Tbe point at Issue in this interesting causa? whatber defendant stall have and bold all ibat piece and paiv el, inc., known and described, he., cunpristog North Georgia?baa not been decided yet, although tbo plaintiff has mads and is making a pretty strong case. Tbe theatre of war baa been traostcrred to Whlttleld, Walker and Fade counties, tbe norther n border of the State. It baa at length been definitely Bot tled that a large force or rebel infantry Is operating In tbo?e counties. Hitherto It bas been tbrugbt that cavalry only wero an far from netne. Rome, Ga., was abandoned, and is now used as a rebel base of supplies, which are brought there on the Cousa river. Ke-saci a bas been attacked by a party '.ravelling north ward; tbe road lorn up again near Tilton;' Dalton cap tured: Ringgold, Tuunel Hill and Cleveland evacu ited, au d a concentration of Union forces b is t iguu p.a .e here. IHK HI'RKK.NIiKR 01 DALTON. Colonel Johnson, of the Forty.fourth United States colored troops, who garrisoned lu ton. surreiidcrod to a vastly superior force night before last, seeing that re sislance was hopeless All but seventy five or eighty o f bis command were taken by tbo enemy. No greit amount of supplies fell into tbe enemy's bands; but bis possession of tbe post, tUe' railroad, and some hundreds of aturdy Africans, was in disputable. Tbe guards and garri-ons at Tun nel iiul and Ringgold rightly considered discretion tbe better part of valor yesterday, and catno in. Tbo enemy now havo tbe tUDnei?MliO feel in length, through a gravel bill?and will uuuo?Dledlv destroy it. This wul be a severe blow to tbe Atlantic and Western road, lor damage may be done In half a day at tbe tun nel wtilcb weeka will not repair. RINUtiOLP AND IIRATSVIILR. There was notbing at either of these places to compen sate tbo enemy for any trouble in capturing ibem. Lieutenant Colonel Hays, witn a small cavalry command, held Ringgold as a post of observation, headquarters for scouts, Ac., and there was no government property to burn. A full corps of reoel intantry were tn tbe town shortly after Calonel Hays IeiL At Graysville, or hair a mile below, there was quite a trestle bridge, one hundred feet lung and thirty feet high. Ibis bas undoubL edly been burutd. for u cur airy man tells u.e be saw rebels burning tbe station shed and water tank at tbe village, farther north. All this wttbin fifteen miles of Chattanoo ga?just over beyond Mission P.idge. .dOYBHSNlS OF liB.-RRALS. General Scbofield came down from Knoxville yestr -day morning aud weut to Dalton. there no received das p itches from Genoral isberm.io, at or above Kingston, an ? vising turn not to attempt to get through to tbe I runt. Gon. schotleld. in company with Brigadier Generals Ktce ai:d Sprague, or the Army of tbe Tennessee, went back to Cleveland, ordered tbo evacuation of that point and came down here to assume direction of atfairs. All artuiery and stores ware brought sway iron) Cleveland, and tbe place abandoned for a time. No iotormatiou bas been received that tbe ene my have occupied it. So troops from .ill quarters come pouring Into Cbiltinoyga In detachments, and found toe sound hearted comuiauder of tue Ohio Department to direct them when they gut there. Brigades bavo cams in from unexpected quarters, and nobody nas any doubts of tbe safciy of this post Hood's army, were it as strong sod enthusiastic as when be took it tn band last July, could make no impression on tbe Immense strength of these 'oris, garrisoned as they are now. TBS OKIVF.RBAL BM.TRF. 1 think everybody expected an attack bere last night, at they did tbe night be'ore. All aoldiers In town re turning from furlough bavo been organised, and officers bavo be.u garnered from tbe porcuea of tavern bouses to commund. T'boy all took bold with a will, tbe outer lines of earthworks were tom bed up, and quite a formidable forco sprung trom this source mono fhicb is the apti tude and rnadluess of tbe American warrior wbeu "a tight'' Is talks l or. SBKKMANB WIIKRtAlrOVrB. Two days ago General -merman was at Kingston, when Insurance rates on tbo rebel stoca of provisions at Koine must have gone up somewhat. Sherman oouid leave force enougb at Atlanta tn wmp U.iod's army and bring force enough id pursuit to whip tt. To-day ho cannot be far behind tbe rebels, and we hourly expect to hear Ibat he is tigbtiog them. Emphatically he has them belweeu two Ursa. Rrssi unomon. t cannot be)lsre the enemy Intend to attack this place, rhc post at Bridgeport would appear to them to bo leu c -stly prey, and 1 tbink we shall bear from ibem soon at that point Tbe destruction 01 the great bridge across tbo ienuchsee, ana tbe blowing up of all tbe tunnels tbey Ban reacn, I think arc toe objects of toe great raid. TBS lATKtrr I N SORB AI lll.N jlsces tba main rebel force at tbe old battle field of .'blckamauga, twelve miles from bere. 1*1 r. D. P. lonyngham's Despatch. Chatianooga, Oct. IT, lstH. Boon's WRSNoru and dksiuns. From scouts and otburs who bars come In we learn bat alter tbo surrender of Oalton sad tbe Forty.fourt b .'nited dittos ooiored troops, Hood aaoved on Kessscca, vbicb was garrisoned by two Iowa regiments, under ;ol. Weaver, nevontcentb Iowa, who refused tosurren ler sod gallantly held out until reinforced, when tbe sa tiny bad to retire. The araiy in their rear is said to have had some heavy iklrmtshing with Hood. A brisk fight itreported to have taken place on yesterday near Smoke Creek Gap, between i portion f tna Fourteenth corps and the rear of Hood s irmy. The latter is said to have been routed .and fel 1 back towirJs Ijtfayeile. Our troops occupy tbe Gap and Trenton, thus hedging in between Hood'a main army aud tbo portions guarding the roar. A heavy tight is expected to tike place In the neighborhood of Lalayette If Hood gives bailie, lis will have to do this or expose blmicl to tbe chance of being cut off. f/u aim u evtdntf y to got into A'tbams. From ibis bs is shut out by the range of mountains. His army Is living on roast ooro aud what they can pick up in an impoverished country, as bs bas no trans port"tton but about two hundred wagons, and bla regular aupphen are all consumed. Then the effective strength of bts command, unless rs tutorced from sources unknown to us, woicb is not like ly, I* ('beatbam's corps, about tfoe thousand Me wart's, twelve thousand, and s. |i. I?e's, about eleven tbou sand?muking in all about thirty two tbotuand men, lbe n are accompanied by n b- gsda of cavalry, abuul one thousand strung, and, with formal s cavalry, make ail lb?ir efib tivo force only about forty thoorsnd. IMM are now scattered over a broad expanse ?f country, and though they may hnran and annoy S'herman for a time, tbev certainty are running great risk of being tinallv dratrojred or scattered up into men) guerilla bands. THt sorrt TO ATl.AjrTk crria, ||t T WOT BWilSSO. An officer has just come through from Atlanta He reports no rebels aiong the line of railroad The track (rem Tunnel Hid t > Reeaao*?about eighteen mi lot?is destroyed, but nut much imory itnne u :be bridges, and that our engiueers won id retiair the damage in about a week, lie alee ttai't par rn? i;nrrtnm is Ittan'o una fjUnenUf pro< mowd. A Iso tbe d-tlerem garrisons along the route TUB OHU'fRS OF TB* roStV-fOCRTH rXTIIP STiTT* ror.ORI.U KCi.lMK.ST fARObBP. Tbe officers of tbe For ty lourtb cuK red tie <pe capt ured at linitvc have also eorno in on jsiriie. Tbe robe's look o i the iioor niggers to labor on work*, or perhaps handed them over t<> -ouie planter as they l ive done With those taken at AUierm enSRDSAt. General T\ agner baa tieen promoted to the command of Uia Second tiivision lourtb North rarolms, vice (teneral Newton. Genural Wagner s brigade fiugbt in all tbe helllee o' tba late campaign m wbicb i bo ) our lb corps took ?* prominent a part luisti, Ga.. GDI. 8. 1N4 (.vmsBai anvse-M fSBTABBi von unoo*- vovriwr Active operations seam tn n. fairly toaoguraled, tbis tlmebyllond himself. MiOd. with bu "dworgaai/.ed, depleted army," Hood, who haa adopted new tectiee, rusted from our front to our rear, and, aiming at our mmm-intestines, Sea thrown the gaimiet lu General f-hsrmar This saoveqwot ??e antic,paUd by our Com aaand'ng General, and Bieasurea ware tal'ti a week Since to make Hood's stay slung our Una a abort one withe warm welcome while it did last. Hood's intention of drawing "barman (rein Atlanta to rave tbreiiteted cAimmaiiicatciOK in bir rear, will he a mieerabie failure, aud rAiinut hut he dirrfainsis to h an relf. We have ample reeerree at our disaoeal u check mate him. without laking a eiugie uitu ISein tbe worse or tba city PWBSeOAr. Mrs. General Ronsteua >s now in the city.el General fiertnau's beorbimrierr Maior wean-rat BtoMUian and meat nl bta officers Intnly arrive<i lu-re ftnw eelow e , htngrd also sons' two or M.red hiifl'lrerl men They felr?,| well end were eon furinblv ? lad <iu their arrival here thry were 'raits I b ti n hes'. in the nty. A nun urn' ihun nwi" lreo? i turiaeUui. at wbiOh place o iduf ibrtf number war i-B ? or ffw rf miy y?B? .. . - FORTRESS MONROE. WIUibm H. Hihier'i Ottpatchi Koituh Komi, Oci. 13, 16M. A rus or nvc? to mrroui, lor lb* purpose of aundiag several pullH outside of oar Does, *h despatched Op Brigadier tirstnl George F. iBbepiey. command lag ibe District of Eastern Virginia, j yesterday morning, to charge of Major J A. liar hog, Acuug Asstatuot loapoctor Gooorai. Among I tie pasaaa e tigers were Mrs J. 1. Prirgie and daughter, ol booth Carolina, who have juat returned from Europe to talc# 1 charge or a large e?tate In the Palmetto Bute. A. train of care wee the medium by which these people were trans ported outside of our lioee, and leital Hutfoih to make the beet way Into the heart of the eo called confederacy last nruinav'H sicowoss in feotiaylvanla, Ohio and Indiana cause considerable excitement m this vicinity and Norfolk. Yesterday morning e papers contained nothing of the result, and everybody is anxious to bear bow these 8late? went. Humors of every possible kind are afloat, but nothing de&uile is noowo The soldiers stationed here aud sick in the bostlials exercised their elective franchise by either voting at a regular poll, where lea or more of one regi mcut, are preseut, according to the rennsylvania S-.ale law, or scud tneir power of aitoruev to some friend, ir on detached service. TUS VOTU OF KSW YORK MTATB TROGI'A I r. Theodore Diuiou, New York TUte Ageot, at Norfolk, hup been appointed commissioner to distribute blanks to soldiers belong log to that Bute lor the ensuing Presiden Hal election New York soldiers desiring to vote must muku the necessary affidavits (on blank forms furnished) that they are entitled to vote, before some Held officer, captain, adjutant, or commandant of a eomp my or de tachment on detacbad >er?ioeol tbe United Plates, and otneers ooinmissiooed from ibe Male of New York, ibe descriptive rolls of soldiers ic hospitals ..lone entitle Ibetn to pay and bouniy, as has been olhcially decided. Hospital registers are not aulbcmni evidence. By tbe aarne rule ol construction they cannot entitle a soldier to vote. PASHRS TO TOE FROST. The following circular ban heeu issued by Brigadier Central M. R. Patrick. Provost Marshal General, to ar mies operuting against Richmond circular?no. I. OrncE or thl Provost ktuHii Gkkerai, j Akiiics Operating Ai.ain-t Riciico.xp, , Citt Foist. Va . Sept. J. 1*04. ' Fourth?An officer of the I'rovosi Maiaual General's lie partment. "Armies operating ucaiun Richmond," will heieafier be mationcd at Foriresa Monroe. lo whom will oe relened all busine -s of the Provost Maralia. General'* De partment, at the I'olijt. pertaining to ibe mail boats winch are running upon tbe luvia of oouimunlcaiioa of Uiearmiea o| erailng aaunei Richmond. The Froxoat Var-ibal of ibe Department of Virmnia and North Carolina will not Inter fere hi any mariner witb tbe mall boats, except tbrougb tbe officer ahore relerrcu to. Fifth?No .tores of aur kind, other-than those belonging to rue iroveriinieai, will be placed upon tbn mail boats at Fortress Monroe, except such us may be permitted and ap pro. ed by the Chief ijuarlormaster or the Froroai Mar sbul General, armies operating against Richmond, or by tbeir dnecilou. buib?All noeaesof paaaengera upon the mad boats caas ing Fortrers Monroe will be examined by tbe officer ot the FroToai Mersnel General's department ?tatloned there, for the purtose of determining whether aurh passes are given In pursuance of Special Order No. 41. Headquarters, Armies of the United Stater, or other competent authorltv. M R. FATRICK. P.ove-t Marshal General J. 8. Conkati, Captain Second Umtod Slates Iufnulrv and Frevoat Marshal. l'urauaui to thiB order Maior W. a. Van Renssolaer, of the Twentieth regiment Now York Bute veteran militia, has bora assigned to duty at thlg post and baa a line office located near the wharf, where the busiuosH of ibo Provost Department Is transacted Major Van Rensselaer has served with his reglmeDt since the beginning or tbe war, and was selected by General Patrick ror bia busi ness qualifications. CBAHPES IS TBI SATT. Chief Engineer Edwin Eiiblau, Acting Fleet Engineer of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, In tbe place of Chief Engineer Benjamin V. Garvin, baa been relieved to-day by Chief Engineer Theodora Yeller and ordered back to the iron clad frigate Roanoto. A SSW STAFF APPOI5TMKKT. Major J A. Darling. Third Pec nay Ivan la heavy artillery, has been made acting assistant Inspector general by Gen eral Shepley, as will bo seen by the following general order:? gkkerai orpbrs?so. S3. HEADgL'ARrKKS, DISTRICT OF RASTERS VlRr.lMA, > Noaror.R, Va.. Oct 0, I8tl4. I Captain C. C. G. Thornton, Twelfth JSamr Volunteers, hat tog been aasigned to special duty by order of I lead quar ter* Department, it hereby rellavsd from duty as acting Inapecior general at those beaducarters. Major J. A. Darling, Third Paapsylraiiia heavy artillery. Is hereby appointed acting assistant Inapecior general at these headquarters, and is announced as sdcb. he will bo obeyed and respected accordingly, hy order of Brigadier General O. F. SIIKPLKV. W iCKti a v. Hoffmah, Aaslatant Adjutant General. Major Darling Is first lieutenant in tbe Second regi. ment United States artillery, and bas; previous to his appointment of maior, served on the sun of Major General John A. Dlx. Captain Thornton, a b.gbly efficient and valuable officer, baa been douched on Imporunt special service. a nxw qcaRTXRMAtritR at Norfolk. Major Nelson Dato, for a long time depot quarterns* ter at Norlolk, bus becu relieved by Captain Hlunt.and ordered to tbe front on duty in Major General Butler's command. Captain Blunt had acted as depot qmtrlor man lor at Bermuda Hundred prior to his relieving Major Plato, and in tbe beginning of the war entered tbe ser vice as colonel of a regiment. TBS WEATHSR for the past few days has been very chilly. 8toves and overcoats now command a premium. fXMBBmOW. In a former despatch tbe name of Colunel M. T. Dono hue was mentioned at commander of tbe Thirteenth New ; Hampshire Volunteers. It snould have been tbe Teuth New Hampshire Volunteers. Colonel Donobue has corn tnauded ibis regiment ever since iu mutter ;nto the service. PoHTKias Mo.yros, Oct 16, 18(14. The following deatbr have occurred in tbe Hampton BosptUl since my last report;? George E. Clark, 98?h New York; Henry Bonthby, 3d New York artillery, Henry ?. Coombs, 9b tb New York John Curry, 79th Pennsylvania Gusuvus Treoert, 6th Pcnnsylvauta cavalry ; Robert McKisssek, 4th New Hatnisbire, Jos Muss, 12th New Hampshire. John Kid nerd, Ttb United SUUs, colored, George Bond, 8lb United States, eoiored, Robert Bonner, civilian. Tbe hoeptui steamer George Leary has arrived from the James river with about two hundred and fifty siok and wounded soldiers and the lo lowing officers:? ( apt. Tboe. Ward, 67th (ibio, foot amputated Lieut. E. Runpero, 67th Ohio, wounded in tbe hand. Lieut. J. H. Warren. US lb New York, siek with fever; i.ieut Cbaa. F. Miner, Ofttb Ohio, wounded id the leg. Capt. Geo. W. McCoun. IMth New York, wounded in the leg. Adjutant .1. L. B|<aulding, aoib Onnnectteut, wounded in tbe foot; I.ieut. Geo. T. Heritage, 39th Illinois, wounded In tbe suouider. Lieut. N. K. Davis. 39th Illinois, wounded in tbe Shoulder; Capt. E. Pratt, 8th U. P. colored, wounded In tbe arm; Lieut >eth lewis, 8tb U. 9. eoiored, wounded in tbe blp, Capt Elijah Lewis, 8tb U 8. colored. wounded In tbe bead. Usui. John G. Kribs, 9th U. 8 colored, wounded in the leg. The Norfolk Rty.me of to-day says ?On Thursday, 13tb. the Tenth rorpe penetrated the rebel lines, sod all but entered Richmond. We loet about three hundred men ia Thursday's flgbt. me loss of the enemy was seven bundred men. Tbe United States hospital steamer Western Metropolis Billed to-day for New York, with four hundred sad fifty wounded eoldtere irom tbe Hampton boapltala Ibe schooner Weve, eight days from New York, bound to City Point, arrived at Fortreas Monroe today, leaking Uer cargo, coeslstlng ot oats, ia in a damaged state, and will be discharged here. The Captain of lk? BioaMade Manner Bat. orn NATAL CORRMrONWRWC*. Nat* Tari>, Nor vol.*, Va., Oot. 17,1RM. The United ^utw ateamer Montgomery baa recently arrived at this atatloo from tbe Wilmington blockade, where it is wall known abe baa rendered good service to the goTernmeat. In addition to tba numerou* teasel* which abe haa cap tured and oertroyed heretofore abe la now enabled to add that of tbe rapture of the Kcglish steamer Pat, which abe waa fortunate enough to take on tbe mormog of tbe 10th Inaiant. Pbe waa diecovereri at about one o clock, and tbe oaual challenge given, bnt not being antwered tbe Montgomery gave her a ??juoadetde" wblcb had tbe eiiect to bring ber to a etand mill, and In a <ew moments ahe l?y along rule of tbe atranger. Tlie captain of the M< uigomerv hailed ber. laying, "What shamer t* th?t>" ?nd a aotemn voice answered, 'Toe Hat. of Liverpool; *end your eur g?jB on board -aend your surgeon on board '? A b'"t ??< at once eeiil to her allh an officer and crew to take possession, and tbe anrgenn in anewer to tba mournful ?utnmooa It aremi that cue of ibe shota bad razeed through the air imer above the water line and acroaa bar forecaatle, anil on* of her rrew waa mortally wounded. 7 lie Montgomery'a aurgeoo paid him every pueaible attention and kludnrae but tbe poor fellow died after lingering for twenty-four bourn, fbH unfortunate and misguided fellow had eerverl for twenty two atooibn no the pirate Alabama. Ibc Pat ia a aew ateamer, and waa making ber firal trip, having aalled from Liverpool (leaching at Hail fax) with tba intention of evading the blockade of) Wilmington Pbe Ia oae of tba moat baaallnri and graceful ateamera which bae been captured a.nee tbe war, bar apead la raid to be eighteen or twenty knota per boor, rihe baa double anginea and la two hundred and thirty>111 feci m length, rthele a moat valuable vea ael, having coat in Llverpao! thirty.three tboueanri pouiide ater' ng Pbe ie tb< llrai vteel steam r captured, and ie aaid to be tbe brat of the much talked of aieel veeaele to leave Kngland I am uaabi* In > tale tbe nature or extent of ber cargo, but vuluabir machinery m vaid to be oo hoard, and powder, kr. ibe Montgomery waa miataken for a blockade rueuer not many nights pre* Inn* to the capture of tbe fiat, and wae flied upon by one of our gunboat*. a abot taking efWct en her port quarter demolishing a stateroom and etoreroowi. aorl in.iglng in tbe *Urhoard quarter It aeemr pvevldentlal that I ho aurgooo * sle .ard, who had o< copied rh# stateroom for a long time, bad that very nlgbt chanted hi* lodging* to a dillerent part of lb* ahip Had Re aet done ?e. limUM death vo*M have owe* bie iate. * mii?hi*n?n ot fti* uetar saw "n* a er.cj." lerhupe ] ri giii to tell yeu about It When the Hat left f Iverponl, thi* a xcmpt'ehert and nloganl young gen tieoian then,-lit that a teur through tba Hnnlnern *mt*q would b* xefighlf ul, and be accordingly paid bis paaenge oo the Pa , ' on tbe irnpoktc of tho uti-mmi," nri be a ijs If* I" now n guear en beard ibo Moetgemery, and ? treated with overy mavk of reaped Pine* leevleg l.tvqr|H'Ui be ray* he be* alleied hi* erktiuai pieos, ?ud i.uir (nuenl.i to t.it'io torn ibrnugb tile ifvrUternptu'*#, v birb. ?| ia ?c tie Itemed, he may enjey. T H ? NAVY. BA1L1N0 00 TUB 0 IMAM I AM. The Bitted sum H earner Olri? Inn sailed oa Satur 4aj morning for Ik* Waal QaK squedreo. Tb* following ia a correct llal of bar oikMM:? Acting Volunteer Lvuttnanl Commanding Henry ChurchlH. Acting Matter and Ereodine OfUer?William Wllllama. Armani Surgeon?C. Ellery Bleaaman. Assistant J3amnatter?1. Hathaway Haskell. Engineer*?Actiug Chief, 8. N. Bartwell; Acting First Aaeiaiaata, John W. Kelsey, George U Harrla: AcUag Second Assistant, John Doyle. Acusg Third Assistants, r. Moloney, Charles F. Hirscb, J. H. Borden, Geo. W. Green wood. Aitmg Ensigns?D. B. Brown, George E. 1 ranch. Joa U I'enOeld. J. W. Mulford. Captain'* Clerk?N. M. Rsssett. Far/matter's Clerk?A. A. Harrla Actum ?'I alter't Motet?J. E. N. Graham, S. L. Wi thing too, V. H. Gregory. TBI SLOOP-OP* WAR CONSTELLATION UOUBWARO BOONS. The sloop of-war Conatellatloo, 24, Captain Heury R. Stellwagen, arrived at Algeclraa on the 28lh of Septem ber, from Spe/zla and Port Mabon, and nailed the follow ing day for Madeira and the United States. DEPARTURE OP THE RHODE ISLAND, The gunboat Htiode Island, aidewheal, 12, Commander Stephen D. Trenchard, went to sea from the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Monday afternoon last. Destination un known. The following is a list of bar officers:? Commander?Stopnou D Treacher^. Lieut nant and E?/cafire OJftccr?Frederick R. Smith. Aituhin' Surgeon?K. B Blogbatn. Assistant I'm/master?T/m. Lee Darling. Ailing Ma.it/rs?Clmrlos O'N'ell, /.era f.. Tanner. Acting Ensign'?Nicholas Pratt, Robert I-unfare. Engirt/en?Chief, John F. MeCutchin; First Assistant, Francis Henderson, eecond Astietante. J. F. Powcrn, G. W. Redell, lhird Assistants. Charles C. Black, William H. McCoy, .lohn A. Hughes, William J. Patterson, Charles W. Ktigg Acting Matter's .Valet?Edward E Bradbury, George H. A r pic too, Henry 11. Gardner, J. 1'. Fisher, Richard W. Wallace. Conner? Hoorv Hamilton. Uapiain'r Clerk?l.aDgdon 8 Rogers. Paymaster's Clerk?George 1. De Lucy, AURIVAt. OP A SUPPLY VB-RSL. The supply schooner Rachel Seaman, 2, Acting Master Commuudmg Charles Potior, arrived ou Monday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard from Hampton Roads.. She will immediately load and sail again with supplies for tbo North Ailautic squadron, at Hampton Roads. DEPARTURE OF 1UR SUPPLY BltlO SEA FOAM FOR PORT ROYAL. The United States supply brig Sea Foam, Acting Mas ter Command ug El ward C. liealy, sailed from the Ron ton Navy Yard ou Monday for Port Royal, with stores for the squadron. The lollowiDg Is a list of her officers ? Acting Matter Comma ruling?Edward C. Ilealy. Acting Ensigns and Executive Officer?W. Merry man, P. C. Conne. Acting Assistant Paymaster? Farnam L. Oakley, Acting Master's Mate? C. Daily. Paymaster's Clerk?Win. E Buttcrfleld. Paymaster's Steward?Tho*. I. Denoo. feomatiz?A. TV. Andrews. THE DICTATOR. The engines of this inagnlfioent iron-clad were again tried Wednesday fur several hours, and worked very smoothly and to the satisfaction of all. The engineers obtained twenty-four revolutions from the engines at a low head of steam and a short cat off. Some of the bearings became somewhat heated, as they do in all new machinery, but not to a serious extent. They have been adjusted, and steam will again be put on the engines when they will b* workod up to n greater speed. Tber have already, in their slight trial, developed an Immenne power, and they promise to fulfil the expecta tions or those who have looked for the best results from them. The turret engine has also been tested and works finely. The engine working the guns seems not to have developed that power it was staled it would, although It does tolerably well. DEPARTURE OP A GUNBOAT. The new screw gunboat Saco. 8, sailed from Boston on Saturday afternoon, for the North Atlantic Blockading squadron. Her officers are as follows Commander? Lieutenant John G. Welter. Acting Enstgns?U. F. Nixon, W. H. Potter, Thomas J. Roilios, A. 11. Ostrauder. Patted Attit'arU Surgeon?Arthur Malheur son. Acting Assistant Paymtvter?Charles 11. Hill. Acting Master?Vm. F. Hunt. Engineers?Acting First, Abraham W. Harris; Acting Second, John 1'. Lloyd and .innate P. frontiers; Third, Wm. J. Barrow and TVm. H. Woodward. united Brans mariner. Tho following orders and details nave been issued from the beadqnnrtors or the Marine corps, Washington, since last announcement.? Lieutenant H. C. Sloan ordered to take charge of a de tachment of thirty recruit* and rei>ort for duty to Lien leoaat Colonel U R. Kintziog, at Western Naval station, Mound t Uy, Illinois. Lleutei-ant a. S. Taylor ordered to Marine barracks. Mare Island, CtL, from Washington. Lieutenant George Morris ordered to Marine barracks, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lieutenant W. B. Murray detached from headquarters and ordered to Marino barracks, Mound City, III Lieutenant C. M. Humphrey ordered from Mississippi squadron to medical survey at Philadelphia. A Retiring Board, consisting of Lieutenant Colonel Word Marstoo. President ; Lieutenant Colonel James H. Jones, Major George R. Graham, Burgeon Charles Evera fleid, Surgeon Doiavao Bloodgood, and Lieutenant J. C. Harris, Judge Advocate, is now in session at the Marine Barracks, Brooklyn Navy Yard, before which two or three oUlcers will appear for examtoailoo. CHANGE IK COMMAND. Acting Volunteer Lieutenant Commanding William G. Raltoor sail Las been relieved of command of the supply steamer Keosingtoo. and in waiting orders, aud Acting Master Jobu E. Rockwell is ordered to assume command. TRIAL TRIP OP THE MOM A DN tick. The following account of the first trial trip of the iron clad Monadoock ia from the correspondent of the 1'oston Traveller on board, dated at the Brooklyn yard on iburi day last:? The Monadnock, an you are aware, left Boston on Fri day , October 7, st a unarter-pasi two o'clock P. M.. and, niter s most satisfactory voyage through the Mound, ar rived at this port od Monday, at eleven o'clock A. M , having anchored twice?nt Holmes' Hole sod about seven miles up the river, awaiting the tide Her engines worked t* a charm, making, with thirty pounds of ?teem, twenty seven of vacuum, sixty seven revolutions per minute. The Rhode Island, which accompanied us from Boston, was appointed t > tow us down.aud did so, though the Monadnock's engines did the moat of the work. Wo were in neveral instance* uoon the taunt of running into U?e Rhode Island when that vessel was at her greatest speed. 1 have calculated that tho Monadr.ock can make In e lair sea from eleven te thirteen knots an hour at har greatest speed- Mie is undoubtedly by far the fastest of any of th* iron clads or monitors in the service, end therefore the beat. We ore now welting for repairs to ner hawse pipe, having louod that they were not sea worthy, on account or the water commg through among the men's hammock's, .-inn doing other Klrtular damage The job will be finished about Wednesday morn ny, when we shall sail again. Tb* Rhode Island mil this rooming for the Wtimiogtoo Blockade The Maesas*olt (double enderi will accompany n*. Alee the Little Ads 1 am ?orrv to state that our Chler Engineer, J. Q. A. /Irglar, is very alck, ghd it la not believed that be will be able to go with us. AFFAIRS AT TBI BROOELYM NAVY YARD. The gunboat Tahoma (7), from the Gnlf squadron, which baa long been lying at the lower quarantine, in conse quence o! the preeanc* of yellow fever on board, came np to the yard yesterday, end was placed m a retired position until n sharp front *b*ll have purified har. No ca*M ?>( fevar have be?n developed for aome time past; but, as a precautionary measure, it la deemed best not to send her to sea again until solder weather. Th* Florida has bad her guna removed, and her boilers will now be taken out and the vessel sent to tbe works ef Teaee k Murpby to have sew ooee, already awaiting her, put to. She will sNo be thoroughly overhauled from keel to truth sod put is the beet poeetble cotidiiioo for eof've ??rvioe. She will go out of diiumlaskjn, probably, at it will require two or thra* moaibs to complete b*r r* pAire* THE PHILADELPHIA VARD. The gunboat Unadllbt (7) bee baan repaired at thin yard> and ban sailed lor tb* North Atlantic squadron Ihe gunboat Chippewa (71 now repairing there, will he e -iayialad this week, and will immediately go to so*. The sidewheel Hnseacus (10) is tWl ?n the floating dock, undergoing extensive repairs to har hull, damaged In her collision with th* rabel ram Albemarle, to May lant, is Albemarle Bound, N. C. Ihe supply steamer Masgar.huMtls (?) will have har repair* completed M a couple of weeks. MUX SO ATS UNDEROOINH REPAIR*. Th* supply steamer Feb Can. ?. Anting Master Webb, win go mt* dock on tb* New York aid* to day or to morrow, to have saw bearings lluad for the propeller which <? new ready for her ia tbe Brooklyn Navy Yard, bh* will probably be ready for saa m ten days. The Augusta, side wheel, 10, Commander Cnrbin. will nadorgo repairs to bei engiaa and bull before again pro ceeding te sea. 7be rontooenc. id* wheel. 10. Lieutenant f'otnmander George A. Bieeens, has been ia Ihe dry deck repairing. Pba cam* eul W?aeeday. Her repsirs, which mast be thorough end onmplete wtli require at least forty days to finish. Hbe was badly daiasgsd ia her reran! trip to Afipiawall, aRheogh she eaoeebtsped nothing b**vter tboii Ihe trade *t?d* in tb* Gulf ihe pr- veil herself to b-> vnnrtab'" fw n?i'*?de work, txd meet freat'y sUdRgthanu hefera going If Ht figb?b. Tn 8mw Abdcctk* Cia-LM night Matf Marshal Ben I, tf New York, arrived In Washing ton with a writ for the arrest of Benorita Da Lopes (whose right name is Mrs Eckhardt), on charge ol abducting a child. A new-warrant was laaned by Jus tice Johaaoa and directed to G. P. Hna-hgww who wag deputized la aarre 1l The Taaiuiu was aarcatad and taken before Just toe Johnson, whan It appeared by the ataiamante made that the child wan the adopted son of Geo. W Satirist?an actor in a circus In New Yeah. On Thursday night week the defendant abducted the child from the otrous, and came to Waabtagton and en gaged at the Canterbury, where aha appeared with this aad other children last Saturday night, performing en the stage. LannlgS, after the performance, aba was arreetad, w.lth a man named Charles Smith, who wan eharged with aiding and abetting the abduction. Tbe legal documents coutirming the slalom ante ware exhibited, and Juattce Johnson told her that he conld give her an opportunity to employ counsel If she deaired It. She admitted that thw child was the elalmaut'a, sod that she took it from the door of the clroot la New York aud brought It to Watb lngtod but she would like to hare counsel. Justice Johnson held her te ball In one thouaand dollars to ap pear at two o'olock tbia afternoon, with the child, for further hearing, Mr. George Lea becoming ber aeourlty. The defendant Intends to contest tho delivery of the child to Its adopted parent, Seigrlst, on the ground of systematic cruelty practiced by Selgriat to make I be child perform leats lieyoud (he oapaclty of Its tender age?eight years. The chilli when in (beoltica of tbe Jua tioe evtuced great alloc' ion for Madame Lopez, eod dung to ber, screaming, "Don't let thorn take me baok to that man Suigrisl " Deputy Marshal Uoral testified that the natural mother or the child Is dead, and that the fatbea became eo abandoned and reckless that the authorities of Boston, Mass, look 01 (ho Child as a foundling, and if was adopted by Geo, W Seigrlst. from whom it waa ah ducted by the defendant ?Washmgtcn Stars Oct. 14. SHIPPING NEWS. iUiHU TOM S*? TOKK?TBI* BAT. bvn iihei 0 3>) I moor bum morn 0 X ?VN SETS 6 US I HIGH WATEB ?VB 3982 Part of Wew York, October 93, 1804, ARRIVED. Steamship Trade Wind ((J s tansport), Babldge. Portree* Monroe, ,10 boors, to U S Quartermaster. Kteum-hlp North America (U S transport), Marshman, Porireia Monroe, 24 hours to U S yuartermss'.er. Ship Carol lis Magnus. Ashley, Loudon, 47 days, in ballast to Wm VY hillock, Jr. Sort It, In the mouth or the Eugliub Channel. spoke il bark who reported having sponen Iho prj rat re,- Tallahassee the same dev. 2d I net, on the eastern edtc of the Banks, saw the deck of a ship which had been burnt. Ship Clt. of New York. Salter, Liverpool. Sept 7, with md-r and 17'J p.issensen,. to Saiul Thompson's Nephew. Ship Itlo Grande, i'erry, .New Bedford In allast. to Ro ger Brothers Was toned to this port by the steamboat Martha Washington. Bar* Irovatora t of Sears ort). Pendleton, Alicante, 8epS 4; paused illhraltur Sept 7, with milge, to Walau A Carver. Hark O K llaniilton (of Portland), Seymour, Neuvltes. 20 days, with sugar, c. to master ill Is I'aburlta (of Kingston. Jam), Patterson, Havana la Mar. if.) davs. with Iukivoo I. to Henrv de Cordova ,fc Co. !2tM inst. lat 7b. Ion 7-. eichanged signals with Br bark Dr Hun ter. Iroin Jamaica for Liverpool. hrig Sitkar. Drown, L;u,;nu. 19 days, with coal, to T Tal bot. Brig Eunice (Br), Monroe, Windsor, 10 days, with plaster, to D R t'cwolf. Kchr Thrasher (of Shelhurne, NS), Derickaon, St Martins, 21 davs. wiih salt, to uuisloa Sclir O/elle. Caihcart, Para, 35 days, with rubber, nuts,. Ae to J Bishop k Co. Kchr W Smith Tooker. Pensanola, 27 days, in ballast, to Jonas 8intth .* Co. Kchr John, rulkcuham, Cutler, 10 days, with spars, to Hoiyofee A Murray. Hc!ir,K Arcularius. Jackson, Bridgeport, CB, 17 days, with coal to J V HavTand. r Schr Dragon, Peterson. Llngan, 19 daya, wllb coal to Ivea^ Be'cher A i o. KchY Edwin Reert, Ooodsperd. Philadelphia for Boston. Schr llenrv Mar, Baraer, Phihd?lphl* for New Haven. Kchr Amelia Heber, Philadelphia for New Haven. Schr Lady of the Ocean, Chamberlain, Rllzabeibport lev Boston Schr Julia Rilaabetb Merrall. Ellraboihport for Boston. Schr Ann 8 Salter, Baker, Klixubethporl for New Bed ford. Schr Jarnee Ttlden, ?? Eltzubeibport for Boston. Schr Charter Oak. Roy nolda, LluabetUporl for PruvidODCCo Schr Essex, Pom, Kll.'.nbethport for Norwich. Schr fcllen Barnes. Driinth. Btizabethport tor Pall Rtyer. Sclir Nicola, Chiasm. Kli. abethport for Boston. Sr.br Cyuthla Jane, Bennett, 8outh Amboy for Hnrtferdt Schr Henry Cruaby. Smltii, Bangor. Schr S C Loud. Cook. Bangor. Schr Hanuah c, Chaue, Brnuit. Portland Sclu-Jonathou. Ciino, Lewis, Portland. Schr Ada Herbert, Mruwell, Gloucester. Kchr R B Smith. Nlcfcer?no, New Bedford. Schr Owen Bear-e, Bears'1. Boston lor Albany. Kchr-Surprise Beera. Bo-ton. Rchr Orauite Slate. Halleit. Boston Bci.r -lames Nctlmn. ? l'ali River. (tchr tirion, Mails fall Raer. Boi r I idle K. Anderson Michtnn. Ki-lir T L Miller. Whiie, Providence Kchr S Hale, Colemun. Providence 'or Albany. Sehr Char es Edward. Higgle. Providence. KchrT Benedict. Lane I'ro. .rter.ee f r Philadelphia^ Schr A dele Felicia Perne. Pruvtdeuce for Newbury Kchr Hrandywtne. Corson. I'rovi nice. Schr Pennsylvan a, Warner, New London. Schr M A Drier, Ball, New Haven. Beer Win H Bird Handy. War-ham. Schr Crbana. Kills Port Jeileraon. Sahr Empress, Plnknani. Hoc, land. 11K LOW. Ship Sandusky, Llneken. from Cardiff. Also 1 bark, unknown. SAILED. Steamships Wo-nlng Star. E O If night, Beaufort, Churl#*' Lear.v. Prouictbeua, brl Keoka; ?chrs htl'pee, Msry Lewis, Fountain, Lizzv Hater. Anna Sophia, M Van .Name. A B fnirfield, Kntc McLean Washington. Americus, P Hurl, J W Beverly, Naiad Queen Sunny South, Ada Ames, M Q llearn Valeria, M Hand, Tunis Depew, Greeniand. Wiodatiunaet Sf, light. AaierleHH Bblpiauncn' Aiwetatte^ No 61 Wall Smrrr? Boons 23. 23 asd 27. The following approvod Masters and OOlcers have enaatvaA (ommlasioaa from this Association Captain* frodorlck A Merrl'l. Franklin Nichols btrh A A Drobort; Charles feven. James I, Bro - n bsrk Qulckiiep; Willi* T Aries, brig Ell/a Ann; William C Le vis, hark 8ea era: Konismln 11 Wi'.lis. -clir Greenland: John Cummins, bars Irma; Horace P Clarke. Dnnbar H Norton. Captain Charles H Maiabsll has been elected Vice Presi dent, and Captain Kenney Coul.iard a member of the Coun cil to Idl a vacancy caused by the deoease of the late Cap tain Klleha B Morgan. Qilareli unroot. The following tanlo gives a summary of tho voos-le la Use harbors of New Tork. Boston. Philadelphia. Ralimsrs and New Orleans, at the latest accounts from each of thoao ports ? NEW Ton*. gtssmsnlo* 21 Brus 9T Kb pi 91 Scuiioners 80 Baras 103 total 3U? aorroa. NtaamahtM 7 lines s? chips 26 Schooners 49 Barks 49 ? Tatat 182 ritiLACaLeiiiA. Bieamshlps (I Dries 34 Ships. 4 Kahoonars 60 Barks 19 . ? ToUl ..,.118 BAI.TIHORB. ?teatrsMpe 6 Hrigi T Ships 4 Sohooosra 40 Barks IS ? Total 70 ? aw aaLBASi. ??aamsblrs 4 Brigs ? ?hips 3 Bohoeaors. 60 Barks...., 9 Total 83 Kaw flTiEAuamr Link ?itv??h Pnn.Anri.rMi a pip New Toes?'The Coastwise Steam.nip Company, of Philadelphia have reopened the nutslde lino of strainers bene, n that city and New York, commencing with 'ho tlrst de-e steam eri K C K oleht and John Oilwoo Tho line will l>e a tri weekly one, the vc??e'.? leat Ins Philadelphia regularly everv Tuesday, Thursday and Bstiuituv. at noon, and New fork the same days at 3 I'll. The-e veearla are uew and substan tial. Tha Brat vessel left on Saturday last for New York. HkiiImin Snie Rio Grasps fformerly the Pyramid). 740 tons, which was sold at auction ilitlh ult, to ("apt F H Enter sod, of York, for $JI,000, has lieru resold In New Ynrk upon private terms. Sena Puonrnre Bears*, Clark, from Naw Tork for Mat tsu.or.'S, wss boarded bv rebels .-et't 22d, off Texas Point, mouth of the Rio Grande r n .shore and bilrned The F B r-sist-rod i&tons, rst"d A2. .ud was liuill at Naw York lo 1964. whera she was o' nr I. LArRcnrn?Me.??ra Rogrra .% Kerd have laid In their yarA St Hath Ihe keel of a bars o > 00 ions A superior three de< kau a,up of 17 4) or 1809 tons, was to bo launched from tha yard of C'-nt ftamuel Watts, st ThomAs ton. on ihe lhlh iusu She Is said to b* the largest veaaef ever built at Thomaston. .Spoken, dir. Bark Sserameeto, from Sydney for New York, Oct 16, lat 42 be. Ion i>6 st). Schr Msris, hence for Key West, 6 daya out, Oct 14, lat 82 21. Jou 78 10. Foreign Porte. NmviTAK. Ort 3?In port brig Thoa Irwin, dug: schr Ann Carlatt. for Hosion, In :t days. St Martin". Get 2?la port brig Thomas Walter, for I'hllg. delpbla In 3 day*. tmerlean Porta. BOSTON, Ort 23?Arr harks Aleiandrla, Clenfuegos; Db tkI Nickels. Newhurg: Tabun, NYurk. Lrics Relief. -L Hen. h'irg. Deo l, Letson, Ane dila; I'harlre We?'ey. Dalllmiiie; J West. Kllrabeihport. John Stevens Port Kwen, aclira Po mona. Cape tlajt en; Ann i srlet, Nauvtiaa. BALTIMORE. Om 21?Old brig tomanc- Duncan, N vao sa. achra Reindeer I Bri, Road. Mallfal; Nathan'el Dean*. llulL B.'.too Joseph Niekerson Kleighl. Hide Park, NY: R P Kin*. Smith. NYork. Hid harks Undine, We?t Coali Kouth America, Norma iltrem), Brerooo, Znio T. Iloston; aehra .'o-eph Nlciersoo. Ilyde Park, NT, and Reindeer. "hOLMKS1 HOLE. Oct 30. P M?Arr brg Charles We* 1ST, Ford, Haltimo'e for hewton; schrs Halt e Rnaa, Poland, Baltimore lor do; Orion .Matt' ewe NYork for do P Rules. Botae: Chitatopher Loeisr. Laws, and Hurah t, Blmaaeoa, Gsndy, B"Ston for l'hllads'i hla: Ada Harbart. Crowhh, Gloucester for NYork, Rll/a KLen. Noyea. Bangor for do. Ilerton iNrl. Walla.e, Hurton NKforuo: Champion. Clark. Mt.iohn NH tor do. hid acbrs Graloo, Galena, Ada Herbert, and Vnlcao. . _ gl't?Arr schra H Portia, llsske l, Choptank Rlrer, Md, for Boston; Adela, Snow, and cainphell, Houlo, f.ll abeth rort for do, tin.on. Post, RMtluiura for Rookland, _P y, ataamer Ashland (transporti, from Monroe. H d schre James KagtiaB, D , Glover. Naucv Mill*. Catharine W May. Panatetiarard, Pal ladium. Andrew Peter*, knee'la. Moaltor and Hortnn (Br>, 6 AM?Wind NW. Remain, brlge Lyrt Charl*" rfi'i'.L John Ht*ven? euhrs Gweo llesree, R H llniller, Graniw Rlste. Hulas Run, Hey./lben. Hetrlet Baker hWtii. B M Kharp, Hnrprlae. K M French._KdllpaO Jlr). McajyiBBB. Hittie Roaa. Grion, Goorrmna. P Hoioe, (. Isieaar, 8 L 81m inons Rll#a tlleo. Champion, Fonr Brothers (Bf), 11 Cur lis, A dele, Cainphell. Union and Mora. Newport Got 20?Arr schr* Fanny Para, Ranndere, and Adelaide,' 9)d ^ .M<1 r\*V lenee Bullock, Bjjiaoetypi? em Para vonn r' Peetabu, hria- O C Clary, Wappeo. schr K W wlllard, and oihwro. y 1st?Arr schr C Paatautrl. Woooler, Phlladalphlh. steam er Potomac, Hheraood, NYork Cld aehr RedWtBfffnot Fleet wine Br), Lorrabee. Cardsoas. w ^PYI ILal>F.LPRt A. Oct 2i?Ari s -hr Nalem. Cld Komo (a), Matthews, RoetORi hrlge Julia ? roa New Orleans; Monutalio. Moon, Jlnsvon, setir* R*^ ?Dli, Newhnrtpori: Tantcmonnt. !??*??. rort Roynlt sen. NTorh Kale V Fdwsrds, Allen. RoeVnn. ^ KU 1,1,1 VAN Get lb?A rr suhr Gastlllau. BalelVv. WTOre MIICELLAJI?^' A II.MFKTR Of THB FRRT RKlLPtlLLT J."5^"? A ds. and ' vetiloi el "fO Rreadway, cOfBW ot TweavP1 Brrt efiet, py ifr. 0rIUQB. ihlrtHlw.