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W CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS.
The Rebels Admit that He Will Reach the Sea Coast. Capture of Sherman's Avant Couriers. A Detachment of Cavalry Sent by Sherman t# Ceaufert Reported Captured t?r Dispersed. The Savannah and Augusta Railroad Cut. A PASSENGER TRAIN CAPTURED. Sherman Progressing Steadily Through Georgia. Demands for Hood's Army in His Front. Abuse of Jeff. Davis for Sending Ueod to Tennessee! to* &c.. &e. Owpstch from i>t<utenant General Grant. Wasui*gtoi? Pee 2, 1864 The following despatch Uag been received at (be War Department;? Titt Poisr. fa.. Dec 1,1664. Boa. Enwi.x M. Siastok. Secretary of War ? The Richmond Exami-.cr of to day admits thai Sbor man will succeed in reaching tho soacoast. Other |>ai>?rs admit that ne b&? crowed the O.-cnee. U 8- GKaNT. 1 loutenaot General. The Pre?a Jt>r? patch. W.siirMirow. Dec 2. IBM It la Mid by tnone who have* seen Kicbmocd papers of Wednesday last, that they coouio only a repetition of the statement that Genara! SU?rman is still "flounder Ing" about in the interior ot Georgia. It to also stated that ?? ilaincimcnt of V^okeo cavairy Bent out in the direction jf R-.ulort wero all either cap tured, killed or diapered. THE REBEL ACCOUNTS. SHERHIAN'S ill IXT COlftlERS. A DBTAOHMHKT OF CAVALRY 8KWT BT RHEBMAW TO BBAUPOKT KKfOK TKD HOCTSD. fKrom tbo Richmond Whig. Nov 30. | The only Hem of dows (rum Georgia tms loreooon li a report, af>par?ntly reliablt, that tbe <iet%cbmeot oi cavalry geoi by Sherman to tbe SAvsonah river, with (be supposed purpo-e of communicating wall too Heel at Beanfort, bad beeu intercepted an:l dupt'ieii A good many of Ibcm bad been raptured. SOI'TK OP TBE CAVA l.HT ? I'FIKT CAPTURE A TRAIN ON THIS AUGUSTA AND SAVANNAH. RAILROAD. (From tbe Bit iimonri Examiner, Nov 30 1 There la do very important news beyond tbe iinflrma tlon of tbe report ttat ttie enemy seui off id ibodiiec tion of tbe esa coast a snia.l body of cavalry tbo day before yesterday. They struck' tbe ra'iread between Savannah and Augusta, at Wuyoesboo, tbtriysix miles lrom Augusta, and are said by some to liave plundered a pauenfr (ram ih re YenerWy, we un informed, tbe expedil sn Cad been inicrrepted, pirt ot tbe raiders captured and tbe rest of (ham driven Dick on Sherman's roam bcov Tbe object of |bis movement la easily teen. This party of c?va:ry were on tbetr war to Heaulorl to carry the 'utelltgeoofl Ot Sherman a posi tlon to bin government, and commun.cate bis wenit iod plana. THE nilN (Aim. PIlFrilAIt MAKING t?LOW PROmf'S*. [From tbe K<cbmond Whig, Nov SO | Sherman's main lorce is niill in the -ntertor of Georgia, cnakttig very slow pr tre^s towards thu coast. auw TUK OUTLAW IKK RSOAl'BD FKOH UILLBDUI VII LB. [Krom tbe Rietiroood Sentinel, Nnv 30.) Colonel K. W. I.ee, commandant of the ftaie camp of militia, arrived in Am i da on Saturday. Novemuer 19, With a targe train lead of Mate stores to > barge, tr m Mllledgeviiie. Finding it impossible <o procure an en glneer, be toolc cbtrge of the engine binnelf, aod rao It tbrougb. Although exceedingly fatiguad an t indljpmed on arrival, bo volunteered In* service* to Geodr.il Fry in defencc of tbe city. Owonel l<ee Is one ol tint** pieced voder ban by <;etierai -ho man tor Ins rebellious conduct. (From tbo Richmond Whig, Nov 3U.) From tbe Southern paper* of the 26th, received I ill night, we glean llttlo that n I* pru<1ent to publiib Ttie Augusta Ciiniiitw.ionahtt 11 to bigtt spirits Tbe Sen'in I says It I* to be b.iped that tbe people of the region through which Sheriom proposes ti march will f)mg themselves upon him wltb e ronraje that shnll do them honor. Tbere it* capital difference beiwuen nis situation and that ot llood, he u in fin 'n ?n>'? county, u'liie Ho <I it amnnv frimdi. No sacrifice of propertv, no activity of opp' slltoo must b. ronnted now or considered exces ?lve. Tear down tlio bnrtg?*, blic* thu r a is, remove or destroy nipp'tos, cut o!t fcrigera, tight st every pa-t I Shermau shouM be sM.Mo accomplish sum a Journey as be proposes, forsgloj n* Le goes t( uiifl bt u proof iAai h< ?vat no! becominfil muM. THK 8AKBTT T *AVANNAH. CRARLKflt N AMD All SOSTA 8K0DHR9 ' IIC KKRRI S ADMIT THAT NIIKH MAT MAT THIH M vCuH. [From IDs rnoiond Whig, Nov no | While we ere sirleily restrained here fr<?*i publishing, aot to say lorbld'l*n top il? Isli, inyttiliiKthat may interest the public relative to flierman the Yaagee papefi, Uiruiigh mams of ibe Geert'a paper*, tirtnr n* news in advance of anything we fuvnon baud whet can bp ttie sense of all tbii we are unnbie to perceive II the joioct be to keep Grant in toe dark it t? nit su'wered. becs .se we cannot keep the Nj* York papers from him and Ibey contain Intelligence seated from the na pere later than any w* tuve. Hi are a: niucb op| oied to publishing anytbmi'wtiu:n may common erne lote'lt ;ence to the oretny, wtix'ti tie could not otntrwue tain, is It Is prsslb n t > i e Hul wa ran ?ee b.i wiidum In sup, resting iuttl|ige?.3e of nbicu ti? is k>ready u |>o? session. From all we can tee, < ither In tbe New Terk papers or oar own, we are clearly of the opinion itist flierman is mnklng, at fist he run move, for lleaufort ann that hi* alterlor design is to unite bit force with thai of tiraut in the enterprise sgAinst this city. Whether our foreee wit, be able to step turn or not depends opon so man)' ejuiu gencies that II hi iinjiossible to form ao opinion upoo the subject "laf he mil 'nke either Sa?*nn?h ur Chari-ncn, or jiuewfa, we do n?> fear |w the lernt. If be bs tbte to take epm Jfnonn it te mora than we believe Nor do we think thst be can do sny permanent injury to eur on muoleatloos.or that hit present object la io attempt it We rather belle?* that be will ttrain every nerve to reach the tnncnaet at a petal where he will not have te flcM. Md that <? b?aforL Bator* reaching II fed will croae the railroad from Savannah to Cbarleatoa. nod will, uo dtiu' i destroy the connectou a* eflectuaily ai- bo can iiui it can hid ba restored, aad, uoleea he an do?n upon It with bis wboia army, which ha M not likely tu do, i( can be permanently told by our owo troops. In the meantime, while we do lot afect to b? a judge ol oiilitary niauera, km cannot but regret the atsenceof Hot.d. When be cutoff Sherman's communications above /Mania we supposed be Intended tu fortify Limsei: upon the railroad, nnrt tight hlui when he came out to reet> re ihem. if be anould ohooae a bolder gan.o?the game ne is now pursuing? we thought, tf course, Hood utai to follow in Aw rear and cu: a'l commttntcaticn in that direction, while all Georgia was to rise in bia front, in that viewer the rare we could aee nothing better ror Sherman's army thm absolute annihilation. But it teemt that our calcula tion! were a I wong Rood plays no part In this interest ing drama. Ills army baa been aeut entirely off, away across the Tennessee river, and at the last accounts were doing nth my. mo.I ugvrouily. We do not know wno planned this campaign, nor are we competent to pronounce judgment on military mattort; but It doee appear lone in-ii ibe p Hey pursued m this case marvellously resem bles ibat pursued in several othera of not very anoient occurrence - wti.cb sent a portion of Bragg'a forces to Vick?burg just before he was attacked by Honecrans, and which doepatched Longstroet to Tennessee at the critical moment, wbeu Grant had assembled alj b ib forces, from all quarters, and was about to make bU attack at Missionary Kidgo.' It may be a policy etrlctly military, but it I* very much In op p >sition to common sense, which tella us that? ceteris paribus"two moo are atrouger than one, and that If it be an object to de eat an euemy, it li certainly beet to have us large a loroe as possible to do It with, llood's'mon have beau lor weeks without an enemy before them. In that time they miKht l ave been at Macon, in Sherman's roar and were lb y there Suerman's destruction would be inevitable, to at leaet it seems to us. l.et us. however, hope for the best, and, among other good things, that the President will stay at home when the Southern armi<t meet wi'h any more bad luck. Let the munwbobnsto IUI11 the campaign plan It. Even N'a I poieon declined to make a general under bis orders lot to w a plan bo had sketched for him when be found be bad oue of bit own. "Mine Is the best," be said, "but it is better to let blm follow his own." Let our generals fol low ilteir own plans. If they are not tit te be truited thus far they urouot tit to command the arm lea. ENGLISH NEWS FROM THE SOtTH. Omcrul flitriDaa'l PotlUnn at Atlanta n -omicu 01 Urrnt DliquUlude to (lie U-UInIi and Krlidi-Hu Advance To iIte inuriur Kvidcnlly BipecKd-ili* Lurmjr in ?ti?H|th Neitr Atluma Rat t uii.d Pcuttrntc Hii Plan?Uillleil* lira Uelwtru th* Rebel Ueatral* and ? he Wat' onict. (Coumbia, 8. C., rSept 23) correspondence of lAOdoa 1 imos | 1 write fr?m the capital or ibe State or 8outl> Carolina, one o| ti.c lairesi towns of tbe C'oiederaio Males, two hundred fan.* Ir< m lDo army ot (5e;.ernl Hood, Hnd over u?ur hundred iroro tbe r -rces under command or (ieoeral I .mi, and 'rum Cbarleaion distant acme one boodred aod twt'uiv tBiioB. Al bough tbe war bag raged lor now nearly (our years, tbe State or South Carolina aim ait alone ha? been exempted rrom tbe unwelcome presence oi the enemy, md v ere tt not or tbe rautiy crippled 8t?l diera tbu eye meet.- 10 tbe Btreeta ol Ibis towa one might gup-oto himself to he In the midi-t ot pence ami plenty. I N'eii iy one month baa now elapeed since General Sher man loc k ^nests-doo oi Allanla, a ceuiral town iu ibe northwestern portion of the Stale ot (;eorgli, acd as H'l n ihirg mil at fix Dial the frtUal general uahovllo ! la'.e tha1 ad.an </yc of sutCM which hu ? u,n lanJatiom t" In: army Ird t to mtel wou.A turely foll"v>. On the otner ba d. the (k?tj iterates ha?o borne tbrir reverse witnireal for'tlude .their army is per.eclly intact, and ; undoubtedly reauy ??< m'rt theen my on hit aduinee Ueoe I ihl ,-herm.ui KuccOSS does not ropay bra for tbe i euraordin <ry o>-8 or sixty thousand men bis army I ba? -u>Uined since be left his base of operation at Challuuooga u|x>n til* march to tbe objective point, ! Atlanta Hut im? ios* la aa great as baa been alaled ihere <unn>i be tbe shadow of a doubt. Muster H-im of the enemy recently obtained by i.eoeral H 'od. and which were by him compared with tbe cats be po^envd "I 'he "iiglnai strength or tbe ederal >i toy, Uutl> e St -tattling tact ot a I'M or uearly two. tUiriia to ibe federal ranks, allbnuitb m my regiments had previously tie n recrrited to tb'ir lull authorized strt |!lb in tbo Northern Males. There Is no Hesitation instating tnai hint* hU success tieueral Mierman, lar from beinn able to i>rot>ecote bis luarch. now linos him sell h in unable t<> advance and doubt'ul what to do, i ar i'. im;> nor i ?'r npih huber'n to ms gallant sdver aart ,'be naa by * ot o< well exet.ntod Hanking mana-uvres 1 lorct'd the i ou-eueratc gt nerais back upen Atlanta; but now. *b?D the casualties or war have reduoed bis bosi to neatly '.be sueuoh ol ibo t otrederaies. be prudently tie-Hate* ,nd hwaiia reinforcements, l bus not ouly yiviug to i tin lonlei erniei limn to lecuperate but also exposing lnut-ul to the immmuol d ingers evcu now cuimiualinr in biw rear I i tiis necessity ot halting nfer reaching th* objitim fh'ini. wiieu b.s adversary la still uubroken and In tbe liifctie l stale of disc (.line ei.canijWid w lolo a lew nubia, u . in iti.alied tut) excuse to tieucrnj .-barman of ? erpe tral!?g on ? oi tne most estra -dlnary actio.is tbn history ol aoy n iioniiete?ts uie >u tbe urdei lu< ol' the enltie popuiaiiouof a city to leave their bomos and ail they ih 8s-old nen. wom< n and children?uud when the ru- ? o..ssea* n ib alroady no r at haud ?nd tbe horrors I r r.miK.e >t <r g ioc-o un orlunate beings m tbe face Tin- iinex ni ?? ? ?ev?-ri y w a "a-ed upou bis plea o tbe '?oei-ea-' i? ' or tba Uimea ?ia e-, bui. in 'act, ?? ouly a str UK i dio ill nof uiilitary we .kn.i.-s and glrn-uiy aoticipatl na. It will en rw;o.:eoied how mucb tbe ropu im u Marshal Davouki bulloieil wbeo, in order to bold the city ot imnibor* aranwl Ibe Kosaun i.ener.d H?-o ni. i. it, ;i<> ordered l">e exile or s roe Jio.dOO or Its Inh ihl tnu's d'i I'R the set ere winter or 1913 14. aud bow ni,n. tui ? c ue.ty conlribuied in i ousing tbe spirit or tlie i.eriiiaii p-ople Kor Marshal I>SV"USI, whatever bitter nitis-i n intliclea npon mat unlortunate |K>pu'at'on. s >:u" b\. use. may yet he round. Wbenever we cnuceda it t ? tie J. ? oi the ftr^.1 I'utios of a commander to pre tt rve bis iroops by all itosaible mean', we in. st confess, ii a n t. wax bitterly eli.lt am becas^ary lo keep io* be. it .a nit Ii was in aliao uie dauber or slaivn mo aoo 11 e e\p lalon ol twenty tboiis.inil non-com bstai ih iroiu a I ole-gurod rortres; not otv'y materially I ru.t.n ou bis <le e c-, but ?'b taied surrender t.eneral In- nitubisno stub uruouda or excu?e. tie uanuer i,. bis a rot'tr. si uor o.a troops iu dauiter or ntarva i t ii IMs act ino?t bocnar cter sed bv I'very impartial ;?! I .e aa ono atrocious cruelty, aud so it will be re CMdtl iu lnatury >?e.i r ?? naitl, woo had in voce In Hi., matter wBSntoil/ed to ,cce,it lb ? exiled p 'pul mon, and be Has dim ? evor>'hmi' n> relieve ilio itnmt Jisie ue cenMiies of inaao i?iur, homeless wanderers. it lo y Ik) a.-Ki.'d il* Kug.and, hvw t i'?at lirtWfl' ti.a i u\ii i r.rm\ t ?<( -i n t <i tu advance un t?*h ndes n ih" in hcop wtlcn rornecta his oase w ill his oh ective p.11111 u being iiniren??sr, Ihe oni? Imo ol i ouiinuntca. iiou whico supplied bun mate I?l* oi war' n as there ii . p ??|IV, iy in in II i! th.a c id uuiiicali >n anu deiiver i ^t.ei.e ll -herin in over to toe norr irs o srrlre.t ibr-uiii I'louut. on and deil'ea wuicu muhl h ive heroine is diM-lti ui '<a sn> ope.'ibloa the auuals ol w.r.are Iwv j cb onx'i d U tHtio* well known til I when l.'aneril Jnaooh h Join atou af? '"B Ctunnavd of ibe Army ?( ten in ? ? ?, a.ter l.-neial lrm ? draeg's withdrawal, ibr to n.er tgebil) au repeaielly re |ue?ied that bUc r,.ai>r ? a, a.r. iiiigbi hj lucreaM'ti rep evntiug lb?t, as bti bad .aiel) i ot i i ni to c ve Ins ll inks. no.n? was nil hnn lo hara < en. Sne man h rear sud breia upon his I nn o , (it iklmii tin- ?PP' tat'iio di?;s n i apj'H.r to nave U n aniwn at K-chm "i - i mnvp.n ?:? ?< ?? '"t r, Ibe govern . iiitni, six hobo e,i in'lea a*?yi-o i the sest or war, lo'iievn g, ni iinitalli'ii ol Ibe celt^ra ed Au"c Couut-il, i nai i rneral li hn-ton could not estimate bis own warns, uml l i tut- ne?iet li>r this iropoe-an; request toe isil ot Aii*'m must n i? be a-crihe.i. Ihe dainoosiran ns ol ? eni-rai .'cui rtoo were nec -aaarlly few and feeble, he con.enied hlmsel, wiib ho ding ih>' enemy iu chei k al ug lue eiti-ut ot bit line, aod lo sine hitnsull from briim ii inked. st*p by atop, wnn iniraitibie ^a?g fioid anil socert, 'el hack u ou Atlanta. 1 bis oa/i?i e I if >rafiny 00 tbe pan ot <ieneral Juttueloa al aod neslie**lv, aa ii.e ?e<|uel Klioeed?lor Atlauta wis gtvea up after ariif t-e r ?;> , and II was eveo nniuiol lual ihe stesdineas or the amy was ullecte'l, wnirli, lionever, 1 na.e uo aulllcteut grounda or rrtuitiui( (iaoaral Itiagg at tbm flam, ill hu cipacitv or torn inauder.ln Chlot or the Confederale lorces, repaired to Atmiiis, ronsulied with t.ennr.il Juhuslun, who would u t ,;iv.i ma untpialil'-d sssurauce requiiad 'o ho d Atlnnia, anil LS.k'.o bis r. ino*i| and iLa apiioiutni ni u( a.eneral uit'ti l> tie c oiM'a d or tba Aniiv oi lantiessee Ibis youna ..rneral out nttlt ever thirty year, oi ago, who, th lf\er nls iniiilm f talent* '"ty ha is inn aurptssed by any (Oh edrrate general lu (ai'nl of bravely, was aII,InglT received ny "he | eo, e mrl the army aud ill need u! supporl w ta choer ull? give., him. ,-mce tbe 111 a of ati.inta, hnwwer i read 10 i bta taian lace, and 1 sbo.ilJ u?l be Bbrprisetl \' th' tun 'it'ri'e K'.cvHrf ??? Ii i, id eubi r to ieap|'oint I ?hostno .c to in 1,1 le Otrn tie'Uiegaid to the command of an inde|i?u dent iiraiv wbeineitow .en Iliad gave bis tiu pianceil p .unite to hold Atiaul i we b??e no nivalis of as vtr jii, isle, lie ut <'0ce repaired Ibe auppiaed ? l:ie o iha I finar omoimntlar iu tbiei ai d, a is , he I u aii 't"'" CiVairf to ibe tsar uncovrr.if my lank*, ?*? ape mtterf <? ntm un <? f,r-u Him '<> the sou ih m ,n afi II i?. id. recver net*,l that tne lunsvtJeineg.'i'e'ai rr?i ft*' "I a ni *iy Hsnf^r, vis ? 1 nal Ol d'v il" g ti s tore* whuh led t-i tn- nverpntvenng of I,a- er*i Hard' e, who h?i1 l?e?'ti sent t i over tue railway lt| ,, .bi! .ed rsl ge-ieial so'eiy itirm las hia sue , o l l''lie unnnvoring of lieneral Uo .d s llanka * t fH? I rnif U'ulr I'r im?'.' Au? lanw *'*? |r /.<tm ' (V HUM w'l n "/ i" n'li'orv r*fnn$ d it k naali we are obiiiti J 'or Ibe pre*' ni to rely aiino?t entirely upon news i,a(*f lepor'S and Ibe al .iamm ts ol the le lerals lioib, ws na?s t.Heu eiiteneoced, uoi niwey* to be iiopbcilly Ibri-r principal fai'waya Issue from At'snts Ihe flrst line leads to the MmllaMl. and uinies the e.ity with Muaiyoiiie y snd rtobne, both in Alabama Ii ii n?c i? p Vtnma/ a?ftdfr?M I be second Hue runs In ? eoitierly direction t Macon, aoollier rail* ay centre in the Mate oi Osoi gia wbeo'e U (irocsetla to the sespori oi Savannah tipnii ibis raiifcad, si wie tnirir tc'ea ta tne sojib nr Atlanta, now resia Hie let Osnk oi to nerai tlnal Ibe third railwny, and 'n my estimalioo Ibe mtwi important lion leads lo Augusts iu UeirgiS, Ihaure to < lombia. In 8otilh Carolina, nod is the direct hoe to the espitsl ol the i ontrderacy, Richmond Up"S tins road, twenty miles t? the east of Atlanta, sow rests tbe extreme fight of t.antral Hood's toreea. U will therefere apv-ear Ibsl tieueral Hood has uninterrupted camiwuniestion hotb with Macon aod Augusta a though the Vrel Use eesma rstad le In poaeesaiaa of tbe laderale, and ?r??r? Au 4irrtt cMftatawteaiton n/Uh the OmU of M-v, the rb ?oorcea ef tbai is vera d region are sun open tb hiss ty means bf tbe ranwaf wbleb paMbs tkmib MbOb* ? n<J ''oinmbus onward to Mobile Woeenat'l un1eubteeliy b Ik* funAir 'Oeciiee print tf ike I'd i al >a./or Itn h W. fMWfjumi ((Aird. if .S'ra ' 0/ 6V r^iu u>U! he ?xrrri n, tk<1 ar ?/ HoOtit d and (At p-eei '*? ?ou>e<? (A- 6'u t country >m <m *?. /td-a prus IRCUtfA lo plinge flic I IMWrf -am/xiu.n However, ibe eeiilempiait. 11 T b.i pesem post ion Bl A limit* u>' not ??i| 10 msi ire tie era c herman with ie rwue tppreiensions Mn?r<l Wbneter. wnb a large lorce ot csvsiry, w still in bia rear, and Hie railway since the fall al Atlanta ban severs: timet been cul. Geuerai Wheeler could find no mora IreiUul theatrt, o' o|ieratt<>oa, and be will, If a'.l tliey Hay In hlo (a?or be trno, continue lo haras* General Sheriiiaa'a rear ? Kb lb* efficiency and dash claimed fur hiin by ba adiuirera Ii to, I be frulla of lua 01 eraiione ought eoon to be apparent BoUt 1 artisan banda wIII have a splendid f bance to cauae the federal general 10 wiah tbat be wiut again In ( battanooga; I should, indeed, be very mm b miatakeo In Ibe ?pmt of tlie rometie.a.*.* If (itey did ?Ml ron .it' to k'tp Ske man't 11 al im ot i'li >4y r n UmuaU) at hazard, and eject al Impik i s utier aermclion Ml CTKCNi.TB IWIi JkOAV WANT O* Til It OeilKIJ In o recent letter, wblcb. by ibe way, reada like so open-faced petition for promotion, a federal Nrtgadier GeDer.il .Seymour, lately a prisoner of war at Cba. lesion, and whose opportunltiee for obMervation from a prison wiudow must have been very great Indeed, assure* lbs pei'ploof the Nortb that tbe .Southrons me about giv.ng up 1 be contest by reason of tbe exhaustion In men and material 01 war. lo ac extract from a letter?us be pro tends bauded to I1I11. aieallbily by wif w a', inr*d ( on federate- he ait'-mpts to ehnw tbat more i< imn b diai-ails action among tbe people, and that thousands of mileontentsoniy await tbe martial tread or his legiona lo return to ibe bosom of Katber "Abraham " Cat. dor and a spirit of justice compel me to be*to? i-otne uolice op a the singular lubriciiti n of General Seymour, wb cb but (or bis glaring mititaiomcQis it would not cthei wise have received, Tbe (act Is there llee a distance of over six bimdn <1 miles between tbe two malu armies tbe Gaufedcruioe have contrived ihua far to keep In tbe Hold Heiweon them tbsre stretches a oouniry not easily rivalled In p lot of fertility aiid power of resources- a country woicb lo esteut s u it the area of the king dom of Prussia. Irom tbis region tbe maiu supplies have lor one year past been furi lahed tJ these two great armies. II Is tberef re not likely tbat with this territory undiminished, anil a harvest much more p enlllul Iban tbat or list year, either ihe army or people will be in any way embarrassed lor supplies Kveti were this not so, a koowle.lge of tbo country yet untouched In reaourcoa In Virginia and Ten nessee enab ea me to aay tbat it would Hullu'.elo foo l tlm army <if General I^e, wnhe lieneral llood bis ai bis back tbo Sistea n( hlnrida, Alabama and Mississippi atmoitentbciyfree from federal ir>ichiton. Ibis region is in oitent nearly equil to tbe kingdom ot Hpam. Km sup pose the confederates were dnvrn/iom to il Virginia and Georgia, an I in ktir last effort either confute d or rim ptrtul in South or Konh Carolina, there u Mill tk' m -ani fir nt domain ot 'leva 1, Louisiana, Arkamax and it is tout 1, In extern vaster than tbe whole Austrian m< narrhv and tbe kingdoms 01 Italy abd Greerecombioetl, now likewise almost tree Irom iederal Invasion and full of resources, 10 wbicb tbo (oofederale government is fully deiorramod 10 repair, should, wbat is quite improbable, lis lorcea be overwhelmed east ot tbe Mlsaisrlppi. In |K)int of materials of war tbe Mohmood government has created loundries, arsenals and in ilia, Indeed, besides numerous military manufacturing estuh ishmenU throughout the country, the Couiodermea pos.-efis a p<iw der mill at Augusta wbicb alone is capable or supplying tbe army and navy. Whoevr, therefore, speaks of ex haustion wPb tbis wonderful people does not know itie extent of tbe remarkable resources at command of ilia autborltlea, tbe casr <tore* of cotton and tohcuio yet intact, entirety disiegaided. ?XUit'STIOXOf TBI MAI ? POI'tll ATID.1. Rut tbe m"it cln'iouj danuer wbicb threatens to weaken the mtlltary atrengtb of ibe couledoracy it thederrea<e 1 n men. Ihe drain upon the population ha> 6>en ernOte, and it (laity augmmting; 200,000 cu fimi are ettima ed to hare fatten \n IJiit four f/eart' itrut/gle, and everywhere cripplet mav be tch whose torn bo tut teihfv ui the fng'iif ulcajnaueoftliewar and the power of m dew pro i Cilet. Still (u?o yr at artniet are maintained, with detachments and garrisons In many piae.es winch combined would muke a third. That this drain tuusl eventually be tertouily felt ibere cannot be a doubt, the natural Increase of population under iht-se oiri uuiHisMces bas its limits, but Ibis, it may b? argued, ulle< t< tbe Northern lighting streoKlb alike wilb tbo t'onf'ederHvet. J .dgicg from tbe inronged appearance of every 10 ud village where trade still tlourisben, tbore seems .<1 oe abundant material al band, lor, mingling witb ir... ds, itroug, bardy men may everywhere be seen with ..ppa. reuiiy no tangible occupation. Tbis fact is ma' the basis of attacks against the government of Mr wis, who ii aecut d of tavoriti\m; ii may be thu it riyh , -till, It seems a cruel thing lo aupiiose >r* Davis c?|W ie 01 sucb couduct when bis armies n-ed reinforce?-<eots sorely One hundred and torty thousand nbiu k ?l;od men aro detailed to auiiervise the retentions of their larpia aad plantations, Blty thousand .'.re ex .mined Irom service becau^i tbey are ntate olllcera, and it is esti mated over one hundred tbousaud ye . jj meu, between seven teen and eighteon years of age become liable to the conscription iu 1186, and whose enrolment has already been ordered by the .Secretary of War I,onklog, there fore, al tbese figures, which 1 have rnialoed from g"oU authority, there is certainly no danger of exhaust 1 >u of men at present, and tbe armies ot lKt;5, If, as tbe oppo sition pa|ior? vail for, radical measures are ad pled, i* .81 bccome vastly sujierior In strength to these of 1H64. hkhkl raara virus. Tbe second point General Seymour made waa tbe dis content wbiob be says prevails among tbe people This Is anawered by Ibe fact ot lua late Slate election of * Oovernos of North Carolina, whan a candidate of peace tarty" wan de nateU by an overwhelming ma jority of fifty thousand voioa, because " Pence ou any terms" was his watchword 'lk* Con/ederaih ardently desire peace; hu'they tire not wiltinc to havr U "on any terms." Keg tialioni wiih them nknrt of rem plete independence nould be futile. This General Mufi?l laa. If elected, will Ood out to hia cost. Ibere r.aunot fail lo be d neon tented i.era oa. but thair ca -aas of 00m plaint arise from their uiderence or opiuinn In reg'rd to administrative details, and 10 do way aHoct tbe stability of tbe great cause the Confederates ore flgbtiug for? vlr. tbe Indeix-r.dence of their country and tbe right to self government. After a struggle of now nearly tour years ibe Confederates know too well that nothing but a strong bond, a bundle of fotce- ? hu h nothing can hienk, Is necessary to achieve the goal 01 their wishes I hey would, indeed, be bad pupils in the scbool ot adversity bad tbey failed 10 mentor ao simple a lueaou taught by .be biatory of every age. Tbe Capture of the Ste? innhlp Roanoke. 1t> TBS KDIToB Or TliK HKHALI). BR30SLTII, Iteo. 1, ISfll. 1 wl' v>t trespass on your columns by glvlna a de tailed alaiemenl ot tbe capture of tbo stcam&lnp lies noke, as tbe public are familiar witb tbe fans; ma ihia crnimuuiestion Is merely Ittended ns n brief reply in some statements contained in tbe letter of tbe Havana correspondent o: the 141b ult. "to tbo Axsoclaied I'rees," and 1 ubilt-Led in motit of the Nsw Yoik papers. Many of your readers are doubtless under the mipree lion tbat pasaeogera are landed and received at Uav.tua as in New York, l>ul sucb Is not ibe fsct. All mercbantsteamers entering ihe port of Havana piss tbe city sod sncbor about threequ?ricra of a mile nhovu. In tbe harbor, where I'sasengors emplo * *h t nre known as "Sbi'ie t'osta" to take liiem to the city . ai d on tnolr u?, aiiure tbey coise aboard iu tbe aaine 111 .riner. Ou the tup ol the '^wtli ^ptemher, ?aen uh< 111 midway between my ant hi.rage at.0 Ibe cny, I was nailed by two boats ciu.t imng three passengers, wh >m I in k abend sll of them having ticseia 110m the efl.ce and iei[iil?r pasiiperls, as I wan lefoiui'rt by ihe pu/anr, I being on the up er dei k at tbe time, and then one i|uarter of n mile (ll not more) abovi tbe city. I hive often lak.>u ou b ard between my unebnrai;* and tbe city pattieexers wh > were belated, au,I all Ha vaoa steamers are 111 the bk'ilt ot doing tbe name. Your correspondent expresses grent disfual al Ihe atsminenl of the "e . purser of the Itoanoke. and e>pe elaiiy ? here be states tbat raplutn l<rew was not notluod ol the Intended piracy." In ibis stsiemenl tbo purse1' merely intended tossy thsl I ?ai rot nolined, that ! tisa aboard ptsae.ii;era who luieuded to seize my aim?, as lie and all of my olllceis were fully aware; lh*t myself, as well as all masters of Atnertoeu aieamors, had been notllled by the American Coiihiii i-everBi voyat(<? previous, snd on soversl oc." ? thai ne believed tbere were partiex lo Havaui Intended lo attempt the capture of one ot tbe New York steamers I beae facts woi e duly reported by me In the areola in New York city, ai.d every noccaaary precaution was taken by sruvng li e officers. As to ilia wartimes ri p. aiedly given bi th to myael' snd other maalera, your uurreipundrul is coirecl, but he |i>es fur the-, aod saya ? "1 most solemnly a Tear thai Captala Drew not only knew 01 tbia inteuded piracy, but tbat be knew ol ? similar intention for the prevlnun trip." This 1a ? ba?? and iiti<|<ial.Q*d laiaebnod, and the per jured scoundrel ahouid in?et the just penally of ibe law Your corre<ia>uileiii makea some other slalemeuts wbieh sic aiinally fa sa Kirat, that in ire ?a* an at tempt lo run ibe ship into tViim.iutun, aed ihit slia w .a driven oil, secondly, thai there was a proposition m tds lo am hy tbe |mss?nger? lo recapture the ship and. thirdly, thai I had received ' nine unkuown passengers" (an il a captain kne-v all his paaaengera) In lbs Gulf stream Ibev are ill uamiligaled Islaehoods I re en ed no paaaetigera after Iho s . hove re erred to, who cams abo.rd hel'.veen tbe anchor age and tbe ctlv The New York citv pai era which publi hed tbe Ictior of the Havana corn-Si'iindenl above rs erred lo will please copy this communication and otilige, K. A DMEW, Late eomm mder of tbo steamship lUtanuke. 1 lie Navy. a not iv if. orrni vtbamok a Pom. The United ^tatso etramer Ade'e, Lieu tea ml A f 8loSd?r couimsndlug trmn Key Weal November 11. Snd Keauiort, n 0. 2Vtn, arrived alibis port yesterdar tteme Ibe adels's ofllcera were deiacbed al Key Weal Shacntr.ei home fo? repairs hsvmg been 011 ih? bioeaade for cghteeo ut .Dim Tbe toiiuwing is a list 01 net officeif ? AdingV'plvntMrLinltnant Commanding I. N Stortder. /??' u'lif <)JK'er?\\ 111 II. IlubbH J 'mg A <111 'l?i( I'avnati" ? I bos V rtiliotk A ung Auntam .Su'geon ll I. Whyloiu atiinj' Matter?J rt Williams A'.nna K ilrpn ?K A Mrandberg F.ngmeeri?Chief Kngmeer, (..-orge m flornott, Third Asamlsnls G llartt, 1 br.s l/.ibi , I'h .a uacigan, George A SPgOl /'nvmade* t Sinenrrf?R \*. Svkfs The AUC'e brought the followeig p?saet:gcr? ?flecfife Htreet, Auliog thud AS'iniaul 1 ugiueer. G N , Jubn Bedeil, I syir.tsier's Glerk, 0 8 N. tdgar Pickering. Oaptaio ? C srk, U H N City In loll t(enee. laroaTiirr vo Djaaaaoto Min nf-A masting of booorably discharged soldier* will bs bold lo morrow Ifluodsyi, ol too A M , Id ibo Bawsry Oardan. Bowery, to take olepo to haeo tie claims of boualled esiisted oe diors nf tbio SUlo rocofoitad fcy ihe proper amhori tiee Iho claim of tbeeo men la 0 lust one, and 0 .ght te bo i>aid off at ooco Tbo (ua, altbnugb amali, wooid be of looaioulable benefit ot tbia tieao la tbo propor rMl otoou. Ui tie matter bo looked te, NEWVS FROM MEXICO. CONDITION CF AFFAIRS INMAIAMOROS. Depredations Thieves and GueriL^** Pompous Jiinugnrafion of (lie Empire. GREAT FIIIE IN THE CUT. Destruction of a Large Quantity of Cotton, ???* A*.( 4m. MarAxone, Mexico. Nor. 4, 1864. Fou must not suppose that Muumoro*, oven If so far removed (rorn your euterpmlug metrojioiig, ig wlinout interest or excitiug news. Last week, as I Informed you, the empire *a? muguraiod In tu>p State with great pomp and ceremony. ibis week we have had new ceo eatlona. On Mondty ni??it ;Le stage that ruua bctweon tbis city and the mouth of the rivor was mopped and robbed, wltbin u muo of tovn, by a band of despera does. Ilie p?38euKere, sirteeo |n number, but who ware unfortunately without arms, wc ) made to alight from the stage one by oao, and to deposit upon a hamlker ohlnf, aprond to rrco vo it, *ny m^oy or valuables they cliniued to have abou them. This they did rjulte laith fully when they were tr.loruied that a personal cxainina tiou would bo K*d of each -lue, aud that ho would bo shot upon wbi'tn inoac/ or }c* ..Is should ho found. After the passengers had thus bean pi availed upon to contribute of their abumianee, and the nta?o had born searchod the horses were cut looje ?nd tho passengers were allowed to o.n'pmn thoir Jouiuey to town on foot, while the robbers made oft with thoir plnudor. The police we-e immediately 'iroused, and before noon of the foilowitg day two of tho villains were captured, wlib proofa ot their gunl upon them, while attempting to crocs the Klo Oraad into Texas. Oue of itici?c is a Ciptain Vance, of the reliel army, and a nepliu* of Governor Vance, of Nor.h ( arolim When cantured he bud upon bis person, besides nrticles t.'ikou from the stage, Ms com. miaaion in the rebel army and a Ijave of ubserce lor eae OBOUtb, sign id by Colonel Ford, the commander at Brown?v>lle. I was told apou the stieet that l,o had been sent over here as an agent to procure supplies Like most government agents, he attempted to "mik > an honeat penny" lor Limseir. but, unlike most be will no, be honorably acquitted in the Investigation ?)' his ort! lal conduct and acts. The proofs are ho convincing and Irre futable thai t,e ami bis comrade oaonot otaape. No*t week will see them w th nrrn? pinioced and eves blind, folded, raclng musket* wttb ball Cartridges, and behind them will be tbr.r rough, emnty cofim The robber^ were disappointed in I'te noiount of money obtained. A person m town had telegraphed to ? party at the Roce to wnd seven thousand dollars by th?t sta?e.. and this wan the sura they oxpoctej to lbtercp;.t; hut from some cause tbe mocey was not forwarded accruing to ln*t.-uc lions, Tbe am uut realized bv the rr;(ioer? conld not on ceed a tbOLsar.d dollars, including tiie Ttlue of tbe watches and jcwe.r.r. On lu* Jay night Major H., of tbe Union army, who is BtatHiuoU at rtra* >s Santiago, and who wa? visiting the city, aud at the time formod one of our h usebold, was stopped lu the sireeta by three Mex'o..us. 0/ tho aid or their long knives ho was eusblod to seo the point, ao<l banded over to them a purse of two hundred and Ulty dollars and a valinthe gold watou. tto much for per booat security in Jlataniurog. Bui these are items of little interest to what Wednes day furnished. On that morulntf th ? cotton at tbe Span tab press caught tire, but aa It happened anion' that which had b"on u pressed, it was easily uxiiukiiudbiI, and n ly fifteen bales wero burned. But later ta the day a fire occurred tn tho l>ler proau yard Seine c re'ess '?bombre" drop|>ert a sflgsr or the content# or a pipe umonc the leose cotto* , and ia two minutes after tbe first bale was UP covered to bo on lire betwoen wven and "ight hundred were io llaiues. I he cotton which comes i>er? is brmu/it oter aU humlred miles upon o* or mule teams, and onseTiiootly la in very bad order on Its arrival, somo being almost dc :tliuto of bapf^ng and some pa< tia'ly c >vor?d. Atnoog bucti cottoii tho tire spiead with toe rapidity o( llghti.irg 0 ore ibousmd bales in Ibe yard only is > hundred w< re saved and tboxs f r the mnst psrt In a nam igid condil ot. An goon aa ILe 0 o was known In town ibe iul!i?ary wore i>rderod to the sr-ne, ^nd tbey worked with a will to check the (lames out o no pur, oso. It was < nly when ull malo rial was exhausted that the lire ce: *ed to bum. Aa I pase.ed by thr ysr ycntcrilay nothipg but h Ii ? irned and emnulricrtni; masses of c- ttou rem lined ol aeveu hundred aid IJ ly hales, which, al lb? cnaikel value hare, were w.utb one hui.dred aid Ult? thoustud dollars In coid; and oi all ine I ^?rs by thh- ncrldoct voi i> i>.,| the c?ulK>nf and enterprismi; imuse of f'ocke A Wakens were inwu'Od. This loss, though iMitc*. 'a annul in ciun t>ari on with what it would a.tvo be n h d th-> lire oc curi ed at any point furiber ?e?t N^tb'ng c >uid Hkq have auved over en thousand bales fri.m its devouring uiaw. Now lliximallre n o> occurrrrt, nier otion m l of course, he ian.ru to prevent t thers but hith.'rt'? ibe' creatrst careln ur<? has prevailed a.nnng the prese< r? it was uo ,ii e n.in .i? thi ig to seo halt ? d /en iiiai, K?, lug upon and ai< uod iho bales, and u m m ^t '?io i>Saliio (hat ,*ie whole i laMialimeat na> not heoo burued out Inns oe<0' o this fmo Cotton la I.I.W arriving here in largo quantlues any wnare irom m.ct to fiv ? hundred ?#?;? a pm da) yrt ibe maiket remm:J ,1 in m forty ceo'e Mure ih lu ion forces evacutl I ilrnwnsvldo iho sla to ha- neen ems'ed at (list poir.?, it d there ire now h teea huodied t. Jos uooo the !e <w aide, opjM site to this p si !? <'unargo has been '.ho dual p./run ? n;iy; but I no: mid thai H e g >? ernmout bis ordered that sii nh ill now he crosses st this P"lnt j here are some nighly vrsneis now oil the bar, includ i'lg i-iencli ?nd Ann lean mi", oi war Krei^nts uro dull ut lv io uurnncy to N?? tork. and 1 \e in aim! <,< i, l.ivwpool. Honor ??? H'ltnin 'lunar la Osie. to ihk ri>ir?>>? <tr tiih i.'krai.d. A paragraph appeired in your odlti"n of Ke emHer 1, giving all boo ir a id rred | to tho police lor saving tbe books and furnllurt'd \lensre 0/deu A Oi at ;ho lalo j lire on their premi es I he lireroen <>i ,\oiv Vork do noi ask [T^ise or discharging their di.iy. hut they div,ike to ?eettie credit oi their sole exertP us glv- to m? en it >as the liremon, anil thev Hone who ^a?ed the < i; -rls ol Messrs OK??en *; t.'o , si will he vouched lor b? i.,y witooisos Wo trust you will give Ihi s'de of th. si ry w n;ut.h publicity as you d'd the other, bid i hll. e >w.iia, M.J It , secretary i tigiun C'uupany Nu. .u# lb* fiats Arsest In Brooklyn. tu run annua or thk ukHALb Maw Vobk, Dec 8, 1*64 In your lasoe of thU marnloR 1 find jou, with msny others, ci'u? me with "ihe I .a is Arrost of Thieves to Bnsiklvo, \c " I he; yon will, aa a niattai of putioe I au iniured husband, and one emoely ignorenl of tn ? xcis oi bia uofortuuste wile, contrsdict 'hat sukleim ot I was not arrested l went of my uwii freo will sod ?rc ird to the Kony third precinct. to see my wl.e, sod was de taiued there at thsstiii ui house hut, no cmplaint ha mg been made nssiust me. I was, on investigation imine diately dlscdaigod JtHLPH HaMU.TON ? lie Urm ol l lie I oil i r, tltei Wot lit sn > ?, |r AOZOfiOMt. fl renders t"t fif*nr y white, gltci o ihs loesth a lrs?iani inter, ?? stinar i-Jim* the i I fcunnir* whim ii w lis 141 lev ir.un s had and nes'eeted s-l or tselh KoieiluOt Is an i ,.iivi meot, nnd oiodm -s ? setwelion nt on"e so delightful Ihsl make* Ii i |ii>>him' Iniitr it Hold b> sll di ossiata An InfAlllbl* llrmriiy, ItAI.K'S IMJNKV or KURKIIOIfNO aNU lAR Ker ihs cure of Coughs. < elds. I ndueu/a. Hoarn?nei? Otilleiili HiesUing sad all AlTeeuoos ot llie I'hroei, Kniinhiel Tnlies and toioifs. leading tn Oonaiimptli o. This lafallioie resaedy la ennifie?e<l of the tleney or llie t'lai" Uorebooed in raei n-.sl union with Tar Halm, ex* Irs. led from the LI Kfc I'HlNCIIXBot lh< fote.t tree Ames ! Halrawaa ?< Uslm ot Oiieaa IbeUoaever Horehnneii veithes and scatters sll Irrilo tiuni sad laUaiiioisilons. sod the Tsr Kolie eleanses and Kesis the th-oat and eir oas?s<?H leading io Ibe looga. PI re adSiliuasI lasrsdlents ke^ii tne organs eool. moist and Io healihtul scion l,ei no pie inline hleder you from mating this aovereign remedy of m illostrtoas physician and ohemist wti? bimseif fiereu ? Iy tested It fer years io his etteaiive private praeuee. it m aafe. anra and pleasant, the 1 ar llalm SsiDg eau. sly firs front the ofleotiye ^uail* ties of eonmuD tar. PtiiCR ftu Ohi,I.- ran Hon i.R For sole by ?|i druggixa. UB?RLb8 OUWNRR. Oenentl Agent, 44 Cedar street. Mow Tort. THE WJBEKIT HERALD. The 0|i?aPt?i . n<l Beat H?ivip?per In tht Cuualr jr. TKa Wanai.r bniu>, ready Una (^turlay) morning, will oouta.u ? All thv details raoalvad ?r tbe Hkttla at Hrauklio, Tenn., reauluag iu ton defeat o( tbe Kdhal* under IM, wlih tbe linw .< -mx i ?ouh*li? Man aid lue Capture >f ium Tt)'HJimid Pi tanner* ,i? the Umm Korean unlor (ianeral Ih<>?u*a, lue U'.ati arcouMn or Oaimal Hlienn-i'l'i ((par alloc* ia tbo Hoiiiti, wub ibe coiuroaoln of the Kuoai proaa o? bM Campilxa, wub an en-.allent Mu(> of (ba coiuilrf in which SUerman Is operating; The lat.sgt News fn>tn Uj<> IIiiioo Ko.cr* near Kmniu ud, aud In all parts of tbe country. important Int nKgenco from Iba Gulf, (''all a~cc intrf of tha diabolio.il Attempt or lli?hoi Ktuw nea to burn New York ol y, with a description or tliair manner of operating; The latent News from Kur.ipo aud other parU i tbo world; I'oeiry, Tbo highly la 4?rr'llof Story of "Kelatborpe tiinda," Interest ing Lllor?ry, Arliatio and Scientific rainliog; Muaioal and Ttcatrical kanew for tdo week, iJoasi>mt>i6 road in/? irt?Wcr Tor Vnrmern aod ARrlcirlturiaU, Vurletlea, Paoellje* Valuable KeviG>*a of (bo Money, C >?iniarcial, Dry Woods, Boot and .Shoe, Cattle and Horna Mirk eta, anil accounts af ali important evooU of the w?ek ro.iDa-S'Oftf" 8ubMrtutlon,$2; Three cnpia*,$5, Fl?? copies, fft; 1on copien, (16. Single copiaa, Cto cenia each. A limited n a tuber of advertisements in. ortcdla tbe VVkkki.v ]Ikk?u>. t MAILS FOR THE PACIFIC. Union VHtaif K rank Hit, T?n?. OpermloiiM of Omvritl yi??ri?i?ii In (iruigU-Mttll New* from II" I nlot* Vurctn-Th* \lt?m|il to Hur* N?w York. ?. *ly?liit'ful NtWI from Kuropf, Xbo oteuicsblp North Star, Captuto Jopo.-i, Will loiiyo this port lo day for Aapmwall. The mats for Central America and trio ?outh 1'aciBc will close at half-peat ten o'clock this morning. IboNitw york n?R?u>?Edition for tlie Pacific?will be rondy at ten o'clock in the tnornlnR. and will give tbe latest accounts received o '.be M.ircb and tloraiwDU of (ioueral SUe. raaij in (ieorgla, with n Map or the Scene or OpsratloDM; Account of tbe Pefoat, by tbo I'nloo Army undor oei or'il Thomas, o.' tbe Rcbols ai franklin. Tetm., with the fto?jof six Thousand Mou; Tbe i.-.iast degpa tehee ?roiu tbe Union Forccs In all portion* of tb? country; full account of the Attompt of Rebel Ageuls to I turn Now York city; Tbo tuiegt intelligenoe from the Rebel t-taiee; The latest News Irom Europe, and accounts of all l mporlatit evouts of the past ten daya. Single copied, la wrapper*, ready for mailing, jiKceult. Prliei Oanlieil In Mil begnllii'd lot teries, and Inrormatlon gltren, JACOB. Broker; olllce 174 Broadway. N. V. __ l.nitery Tickets C?ei?etl in all Ii'??l trad lottur e*. Information Riven Circular* sfultreeby auj.eislng JOSEPH HATh -i Broker. 11 Wail atreet, room No 1 A.? Why Do tlie Abort! vo IntIttt'lona of PHALON'S NICIIT BbOOMINU OKRKIJS rem-d you of ? p -ony dropped on the sldowatkt Bertuae tbe ?,cent so rjulckly disappears. \ |*irirnt ' liti Moot Hultable Pceimt for Hinnt'nrs \f undo-iMedlv a Meerscuaum Pipe, ?'tilch can be got genuine at PQM.AK A Manofa t.irera. W?. Br?..4*ay. near Fourth street. Pip?a out to order and re pa. rod. Harnett's iirliilnai Cocoatne lo the Boot hair drowing id the world. HBL?D0LUR 5<J| 8r04dw.r Bndiall't Arnlc-i iilnlm??t-iVn In fallible ct.ro (or bums, oi alds, apt slus, rtiemuttum. g m ?hot wjiuuls .to A single application allay* itie pain from a bum tbe tusu*. it i* applied. No family should oe with out It. B?tch?lor i Hiilr l?y??? she Beat In the world Hartnlcee, reliable, Instantaneous The only perfect dye. Sold by all drugglal*. Factory 61 Barclay street. Crlstia?loro*? H*lr Dye, Pre?rr*atlv? and Wig f'ppot. wholesale and retail, No. 6 A?tor House. The dyo a|ip4l d by skilful artists. Cliapt, Cliafri, Plmril", Kruptlons, Rcln-st. Ac , cured b* OOlTllAOIPh liallan Medicated Soap, at bis ?.i pot, 4'>3 Broadway, near Oraud street. OkMIMit Bookaton ?? tfc? W?ri*.? luOi'Od mhRntficint Hooka gorgeous hind tigs liEijUAr BKOfllBKS. llrf Nassau street, uonr Mcekmao. Double Kuli Waterproof flonta at Re duo?t3 prices, at KUOF.KK FKUKIN'. 8t Nassau stieot. Electricity Applied tor the Care of DUoaie. b* Di. Clf AMBKKLIN, W Bond street. Unit 11 nine it'* fun rf Plno-Two, Three, Knur Five Sli. Klght. Too, Flfler-n to FITty Uollara earU For sa'e by Ul'.OKUK f. AM.KM, *16 Broadway, oue door beloa anil at reel. rrilieni Prrmlom l.oelc SHlch Sewing Maehlues:? WlfEEI.KR A WILSON. U5 Broadway Vn nt-eler A WilKon'a Button Bole Machine. ||olliln? Hmm* it nr. *??e?? onto ?Boyo*, (ro'ft $10 lo $Z0; Men's, from $JO to$1S. I. V OKOKaW, i M Konrib avenu# oupoalto ro?|H-r Uiii oi lloinloy llau, Capi mil Fa<?.-I.atr?t mid most ot'Uio*oJ styles Uat'< sud oliotccat Furs for WUITK'B, zlti Broadway l,ndUi' Bett Borklio- IM?w styles. larue si e. inst rooelvod from ?arts; g'lt je?, tefl and ,,<?11 rl I vo, three, four, five, ?li oli;ht ten OUeen and Mvenlv dollars eneh For ita'e b]r Hhtl 11 *bbKN, No tla UruadAsr. on door I ol?? Cooal strent. l.u rt I- ?* mil (iniih?.-Niw f?tyl?0 Just rnietved fr.,tn Pans three four, l.v. sl?. e'-r'o^ olglit. leo. h'?,.?n in urcntv dollar cueb. f'O h ?lr hv ORO U 41.1 UN, ti-. Broad may. "oe door bslow Usn il street I,mm pioohe A. <nn, M' Mr' ?<fwa?. W 11) ? ?r Hiiot. ai. I Sbopq and B:ila?orsi0, o treat *ai *tv a? luvv yrlctH maiiin AlkinsV"' 111 ?RVH1TB STIIKFT WKST ' tt s .iiim;tiin i> <: rash all so'?d olal ' s ndor 0 ou any of lb* departments ai a di?r. on I of live ,.?r cent ^ Nrgll'dcil ( ougli* nnil ( olili. ?1" ?w Arn tw .re ?>* i lie importance of cue? king a Oou-b or ?Comunn t!old,' In >ia first ytaite; that wh.ch. In the boiiinnlnir ???old field to B mild rente ly. If nested, soou pre.ya the o?s* "ItROttN'S HROH HIAU HtOCtlKB." Ol 0? igb LoinagO* ifjrd intMl relief t>l?t K.yra Jlartf IV?w. * I miiii'i'H dlirntlnn b"W to speedily restore! *'ght sod b,.. ,,,,. ? uunout ilii "t doctor o oifdicine unt f. ? ?,j ' , ?ti .if- i >f Id ccn ? Address F. B. Foote. M D tj.fj Brood??ay, New Vork. I'rtralru"' ?>l I< > ltd 4 t<.r In ll?? new Oil Itegion* ?f Oattaraiigu-county Jnt*'\nl"1" ? hlf id'ni siidn ssl * h riti. not l.'Jt Port olllce New Vot k, or t' ?n.ll. forkshlro, Cattaraugus txitiiiiy N * p.iKlrr Nublllt ll|ir?>Ot? Hat- from l,ow tore'ie i ln '.r aoy pari of tbo Imdy lVarrant?d ai 000 KAIi'N depot lh-1 Bt auway. i?at Urand street ft Is It intind. NO IIHMHliil. HOtifit. BIIOKrt. A:., at nrif?< .'oin :t to 18 per cant leu toiio |?r>' ions to Novi' liber I. t,ik iik>i Krfm'li ??r. nlwaya on hand and made to mea. " rxr'n.; I'blldren's work resdv to ado ,?nd to m'-ai iro A la-'e "salient of BOt<* sod *?>I/IIIS WIMI'ER BOOTS, al m Fulton street. New *?.rk ^ RU;1,Mo!?0 Nrhinek's leawrrd 'I'onle?1The Beat Tonic in the world Kolil at IIKLMUOLU'H drug store. o?it to Motropo ttau Uolol RnhcnrH't t'olmnnle Jijrrup t'?r?o. f'ookhs t.Oldi- ud Cooanmptl' ti. Hooi at MRLMIttll.O'S Clienileal waictioose ,M* Broadway, noil Motr .[>olltati. ?the winter Hit ?Buy |i ?? KniiR'o ? It, so doing voo seetiro anelegsut arid becoming nrtie e that u.e Ural lorm vo . ' lisnoa to I. >tight lo w III not desirov. for KNOX'S fain lea are mde>10 weat ?*;**' JVo*k .stranger" so oortt'tiic at oor hotels should vtait KNOa t*. No .'It Broadway, corner of Fulton street. Tlte tV* ir ii ml Teiar nf It^alnooo makrl a tch tieioendo a d'aft? ,p..n hotly "Od mind ths: .. ibo It roi-onrs- to nine Ottttalnlng * ;-o they m <?' ,.ld. give war .Oder he ore...,re ,'^VrV , TmTtj I-R* k ?titsl and pore veii-iaoe lonir ll?M Ml I "HllJ R . ...d , o i will ?l*a>. >.avc a rosoro up,,i S?.d rvert wb re. Nrw > erk o.rc- ' e n ' ?*t MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. married. Cilia *a?fiRoww ?Oo bur day. l>ecem!?or I at Ibo loft* sei oml airoet Pr??bytorion ohurnb, by tbe iter. I if Scut, Mr A J. "laOHi.-, .Ir , to Miae Kiiga R Hnowis o-iogbtor ol A tr.ulbald 1. Mrowo, ha.| .all ol tbia T*?a*rt. ?On Thursday, Iie. emoer I, Mr Ai ,,rwt f r> a to Mm I I K?M.m tfti r, daushtor of O. K inrreli J'-fl i ?'! of ibi^ c'ty. Ovt-Doi.a Hot a a - ,'*c<ii?.?0? Tbtietday, Po c."nher I, oy htft Ho. - tbo Hayor, Mr lii<iu.aOA>a to Mi?a I *Ttum?a IHitLi Also Mr. IliMV* Uot*H*B to Mies N*t*v? Jaioih lK>e<n-Hawso ? At Uuffalo, t Y., on Raltirday. No rotuitor ^0, bjr tbo Iter. J. II. Knowlea, | i?tor of Uraco cbrcli. A.aHv It Oowarn, F?| , of tbia city, to M'?a Maav A, daughter ol Dartua Itaok*. of Col.ego Poiut, U I. No card*. I)*vii>?tc*?AKyeTmoxu.?In ibtn city, on Taeadsf, vo temherW hy the her J. McKlrnv. 0?*aiss lnvtimoa tOl*Af.?i'A H?ea st Arm T?o*(i, of Kroghville. .loTersuo count*, Wleconain. _ _ . ?? Klliiiit?dt'MB ?AI Itone. ft T.. on rburadaf. cemner I, ?.y too Ror William Kaox. Ricyaoj' i.iorr, of New York, to K*??t, daugoter of .*? Mutiga, V**?|., Of Home Vo Hooi>a ?Ml H n ?In AIMne, N T . 0" ^ ||. von oar 80, b, tba Rev Mr !' '^JiliVer-er ?< I'.ioiklyn, N . T.f toM?? **?'?? rt-'? " ^ ,0,? P,,c? ? _ w^in?*d*f. N'e?ombor H?.al ibatA.ro- ? Ml. *WH U**r-" ' ""* ' hreetie, R J.. J4a*> P Mivarvrr, nf few Tovfc, (o MM .. am K *va*aoh, of the illicit. iit-'mil daugl.ltr uf .,*^1- '* Joun Kav?04^u, Kwj., gf ijmij rue. outinty hil ' . cloud. No turd*. keaoy.la. _ Died. Bonn, -On Otki^IiUh of KM lmrti ' T* . # i nil! Mat.*, ami fneiWU "f *r*1*"PwUul4r invilnd ii> aitt-U'i ID. fin. res, ^*>'roa'/r *f'r>D?rt two o'clock Irt in tne reai'leiirat* 1 ? "? Mollai'D street. Ihere?,ll l*?e'i*ran?* j half punt unm u'el'icfc, >o .-^aiurduy m">'k'nfi ? * I chorcli, llUtj(crK Street. . Huor.rm * ?On Friday, December 2, Co**11'0" KXI, .'?(?'I 01 JUIT*. Not lot uf tne funeral In tomorroir'e paper. litmus?<>n 1 li u radii y. December 1, tAMirr [ftaTHCB I! h k, iUu(;i'it>r of I'n.Qird aod Aw tlurke, agel IT yearn. Ihe relatives and frieud* of Ibe funrly are Invited M attend ibe I in ersl, fimn bar lata residence, 217 Sled is ?? street.at Uair past ome v'gioi k to St. Teresa's cburcl^ wbere a solemn retpiiem mens will be ?l|.Tod for tbe ra poee of tier soul liar remains will bo taaea U> Cllvirf C'?mi<i?ry tor interment. Cokhan.?On Friday Iiecember 2. at hair paet elgkf o'clock. Wii n** H. loaain. ouly sou of William aatf Marm Ox bun, uijed 3 years, 7 mouths and 10 days. Ibe Itineral wdl wkc pl-tce on Saturday aftorai.oo, ok two o'clock, Irntu No. 381 I'earl itreei. Ciion'iv.?(-iti Friday, l'ecctuber ?*, lax** J. Crosbv, ay.sdl ll yi aid, '2 moo'In aud 7 days. ihe funeral will lake plwce trom Die residency uf hn parents. No lstl Moor a street, ou Suediy aiteruuoa, at one o clock. Tbe friends and relattV'e are respectfully invited (o attend, without further iiotice. St. lotan (New limn* wick ), papers please copy. Cinninoiuii.? In iiroukiyn,oo ihursdsy, i scomber I,sr imiU pox, Ispurn William II. ClDiwwooaii, a&*>d ll year*. Tue funeral took place oo Thursday ni"foia< at tad o'clock. Philadelphia and New Orleans papers please copy Cisn ?On Thursday, December I, B?i? lA-ier, *go4 50 ye.irs. lilt frioods of the family are respectfully Invitod t? I attend tlie funeral, ibis (Saturday) aiteroo'o, at (?? | o'clock, to Calvary (Jemolery. Cami'sm.?On Wednesday November 30, tn ^tristlaa peace nod bo|>e, Mrx. Sarah Camisir, wif* "f Kol>eH CumpDte, only daugoter of .lame1, and Kebecca l'eauocM? , ol this city, in tbn i9tb year oi ber a^e. Her friend* are renueaied to attend ino funeral, fmai tlio York Htro t M, K churcb, <>n Sunday atttrouoo, 4l one o'clock, without furtbor notice Cu.NNt!*'iTo.v? Oo Wcduehday, November 30, ufter ? sbori but painfull lIlntHsJiaMORL Cc?i>MatO?, egud Si yearw and 3 raoutlM IIip relatives uud friends are respectfully Invited U attend tbe luuouil, on Sunday, from bis Utu ruj.donoe, 'Jii'i Atlantic aireel. Hrfwktyp ? IIki mimk - Uu Thurailny, December 1. after a short ill no? KU'.mm K. UkL'MSia, a native of l.yoos, France. a*ad 33 > earn The relative* and friends of the family aro respec?foli> Invited lo attend tbo luueral, from tv<s late residence, N? 13J Her^eo street, Urjomyu, ibis (Saturday i afteraoob, aI two o'clock. l?otii>s ? Do Thursday. December I, llviRiima L/onee, uBed 'i year* and ?> inuntba Hid lelaitves ard frieuds of the family aro restiectfullr ' tuvued to attend lue lu oral, ibis i.-?aI irdiy) a'teroovu. at <'ue o'rluck, Irom tne residence of ber pareuts, ull West F rty sec <i(i u street. liwTaa - On Friday, December i, MniAsi Dwros, ? native ol tbe towntand of Castlein?re, couuty Carlu?r< Irblaud, iRod 'i'l yaars, 3 oiuutbi and 'H Jays. Ibo lelattvea aud friends or tbe Mtntly eru respectfulll invited to attend toe luueral, from ins late residence, Ne. 118 Fast i w e .iy owfilh Hirem. ou Sunday afternoon, *4 one o'c:ock, without lurttiur invitation Hurmnii. ?Ou Friday, Deceiooer 2, Ihaii.icv tbe be* toved aud ouly sou ot Jobo Duromj, lo tue 12tb year ol hip a^e. Ibo irionds and relatives oi the family are re?peotfully invited to attend Ibo Mineral Irom tne lusidot ce <>i bis parents No 6iW West Ibirty-sixtb street, between Feet* anil h.ieveotb ateuuea, on bunday ailoruooa, at eu* o'clock, witOout lurtber nonce. Kdiai.l. ? nn Ibi.rsday. iiei oinber 1, UsnitT, oldest so? of Jacob A auj auu* Fdsull. I be relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend tue funeral, at ibe Knglisb Neighbor hood church. Now Jersey, this (saturuay) afternoon, a* one o ctocic. KtUHT ?In Bro iklyo, on ThiirnJay afternoon, Decem ber 1, Ku/.A, wiPi of John I'eury. ana daiikOter of I eouW auu Maria Llsggerty, aged 'J4 years, XI uiouths and 'A days. , . The relatives and friends of tbe family are respectfully iovitod to attend the funeral, irom dt. 1'eter a clmren, corner ol U. ks anu Warren streets, tbla (SJlurdayll m'.ruiug, ai hall-past tcu o'clock. I uzt a?k.i k ?do Iii.irvday, December 1, Klizi, ?il|#l D W Ht/ratrn,k, O the ?4tli yair oi her ag? Ihe rwUtlV'jf and friends ol Hie family are Invited U attend Ihc luu>-ral, from the rrsl.leoce of her father, I'otaf Gal:agber, No 3'26 Fi^btb street, this (Saturday) al-er. noon, at i?o ?i'clt?k iikv Hti?On Thursday, December 1, of caosumptlM| r <iA i.nkv, lu the 32d year ol bis uge Ihe fr euda of llie family are reaprctfully lav'ted to al' tend <be luueral from his u?e resideuce, No. I2J UalM atreet, IJrm'ki vu, Ibis (Sal orday | afteroooo, at two o'clock. t.iYKN ?On Tburnday, Lieceuiber 1, after a long ao4 punlul tilr.ess, which ho horb with Christian tortltude, Mahiim tiivN^, a native ot the parish or? rockw.dl, euualf Gaiway, '-eland. ag> d til> ytara aud U1 days Tbe IritudK ot tbe family aie ree|ieci ully invited t* atteu.l Die funeral, trom his late residence, 2S4 Mulberry street, on auuday alt. rnoi.ii, At one o'clock IIahi :,?cn.in -Attaat St Jokosbury, Vt , on Tuesday Nnveiptet XI, of lypbotd lever, Okoih.s. youn,(Si sou ol Ms'i s'-n U llarriugtuu, tato ol ibis city, a<ed B yean aa4 10 day* 1F,<;C?T ?On Thursday morninv. Dscember I, of pnea moola, Ki.ailioe l. ?tJl"?, daughter of Anthony and Autol iieti. Ilogi^ot, Oiied 3 yaara and ? muutbs. l'ho funeiai will lake place from ibe irsidenoe of iter parents, 04 Faat Twenty eigbtb street, Ibis (.->?lurda#J tnoiuiurf '11 nine o cloiK I jt.its*/* - Oo Friday evening, IMember 2. at her resi dence, N<> 101 West Kiev So o street. Mast Kuaa, wiM 01 JObu Jonnsoo, In thu 0->d )?ar ol ber age. Notn ool 'iinoral brreafler I.ait* ?fin Friday, December 3. Mrs. Maar Lam, relict of William l.ailn, a^eu 04 yoaia. Ibe r'Unlive* and friends ol ibe lauilly are re'peetfoliy invited lo attend tbo ruoeral,i.a Sunday afternoon, ef Iwo o'clock, from the residence ot ber daughter, Mra, Isabella Herraud, No 33 st Mark'a pia*. I be remain* will on laKtjii to Orooaeend < eoictcry lor lulo :oeol Maoaa. ? At '?turtin?hurg, Vtigl'iu, on Wednesday, 0?? t'ftier t>, Oauaua A. Mauaa, aged V- years. ? uiooins aud t days The friends of tbe family, and'ho members of le af ette Hook and l.adde1- intupany. No. li ?.?o tbe OlUcera. aud members uf Ibe Kigbty lou-tU legnneut, N. <i. H. V , are respeciiuliy invited lo mteo i to-luueral, fruia lb : re-ide?. e ol liisp.cu ts, M>'-> Moll street, worner ol 5i|irtu ?, on Sunoay aftiroiaw at one "'CKKk nteciaely. i l Inl delpbia at d SI I 'oils |ia|>er>. pwiae copy Moainot ?? ? In tironsijn, o* Ffdty, December t, loskrn H I' MiiHSM'itivs The le'ativea aud Itieuds are roa|>ertfullv invited to ?l lend tlio tunerai. on snnd y altermaio, at two o'clock^ irom bidlita le-iderie, No 137 llrldne i-treel Mi i-ana?lln lnday ir?i?rnle?(, ivi ? mlMir :I, Tim*a# a n ilive nf the pariab of V. bile Hill, coonly Irei uiauegli, Ire.ian i agtd.'ll yeua Ills frnods ? il telallvea. Mid Itie membnrs or Cllntoa ill; :i.e C'oiii|iinv. No 41, aie lea; ei-.tf ully nul'dlo at li 'I the fnaatal, Irom lil^ l ite r?> Ueni.t No 370' lierry "liwt.on --.iiiday nrte noon, at lialt paat nnn o'clia;k. U'OiiMM ?Un Itiuiiday I eieiiil'i-r 1 lia%nAU, wnloW ul Mn !inet O'C- iiiuir. I be ln?-.ids uf tbe famdv a'e uivtted to attend tbe ro. oerai, thi- (.Saturday) uwwntOii, ^l ball |iasl leo o'clock, Ir.un oe? tale leaideucji, :> > lacitti slieei I'mpnem maa? Wilt ti- I e.ebiated al Ibe t;buri b ol lit Franc.a Xavler, dl? teen lb at i vol. previously to murrneiit in Calvary (emetery Ikh'iah ?Poddeuiy, on ThnrriliiT, Deci-mber lr 4;.a>HA> I l'BMia?,fc ei1 ,'i* yeaia. 'i tnontlia aud IP day a i n-11 lends end ari|u nulain es ? I the latany, al?o tha loiiiuuora ul lb'- Alle^liiub I odke, No IW, I l> ol U. ^ arereaper.il lly mvtted to attend Ibe fnnor.il <m Sunday alternoou, al bnir f ast one o'clock, fr ni hut late rest deuce, I ^ Leulre meet I'aaiva? On Mn-utiraday, Not ember'10. In ChristOB peire aud lioiie, lira siii'i tiiinil, miiy daogbter nC lame' ai <1 IfeBeCCa I'euuta, of t'"? city, lo lUe vUlk year of her sue Ibo Iricmla aie repieated lo atteod the fnneral, front ibe \nrh alrret Metti dial Kpi* opii cbnrel), on Muoday alt Mr on, at one o < lock, wilhoul further nolice. 1'anHv ?At 1/xrrytown, at ihe .ea'deui a ot his brother, oo Miduy, DeceuiUei 2, Kot>* i k l.t.se- I'reet, soaol lbs late (banes ll I'eny aud mcioftcr ol tbe llrin ol DioiimI Itrlean V Co , of New Yutk Ilia i email's will be takoo to Aubjra for n.lerment I'liws'i --lu DroOal'U. en rrnlay, rw.ember I, N 9. I'oWKe*, tn tb? 4sth year ol hia ate ' tm relative* an4 inenda ol ibe family are Invited IS attend tbe inneral, Ou funilay all. rr.'^jii. at two o'oltKk, from tbe residence ol bis Oiotbsr in law. Dr. tV. tuoker, .10 lafayette a?enu?. Ci?,r ?On t'rtdby. I 'ocetllber 1, .fan. A. I'oat, to the (Wife year of bis a^e he frteude and relative" nf the family are reaneotfutl* Invited t ? attend the Unem', no Monday morn'm-, al teia o'r- a'k Irom lue tio.ise, and at hall pail teu ru n lb* He ormed Dutch cburcli, 1'issaic, wlihioi further notice. Ibe cars leave tool ol i bamhers street, New York, at Ufle'-n tniniiles post nine A M. Sta.ai **? en.? tm Iborsday, December 1, Mnairx flrmw rtaai.ia, ave I 46 ycar?. Iha recilivea an I friends of tbe family are Itpptcfqltf lavnrd to attead the fuue>ai, from bm lata reaideoce, .'4J Bavenlb slreet, n i'uutlav moronic, al nine u'rlock Sh ut ?At llobukeu, N. J , Aim, elile?t daofbter ol John sod Margaret Muarl aged V years aud H mouli'S Ihe remama will be takeu Irom ihc re<ideo< e be^ par< mi, No. 14 Mevealb sliert, to St Mary's ebu cb. where Itinera! 9er\'ces will be beld,oo Huiiilnv altero ???? at two n t-.incK >Le trends and re alive* of ibaianiiiy ?to respectfully invited tn attend !Wiu.t.?On Mouday December 1, W tt'Ak .4'pi.it, a ratue of tbe parish ot LougbSeeo. county f'pperiry, lieUn", aged lirt years The frie-.dt and lelatlvea of tbe family are^respect ully invited lo attend the Mineral, this ,aaturd*v) a te-nooe. at one o'clock, tr< ta bis late resideuce, No i-'f seventh *VHCTnaa.-At Ati^ls. L I. ?? I acsmber \ ^TM*rainDven snd fneoda are lavned to attend the f? Beral from the ftefoimed Kulcb church, Astoria, o* Mondav al twelve o'clock not?, without turlher aolto*. Tinner Mercer leaved fe?k slip at ? Miiarlor pail eievea, returamg leaves A.l^rU at hai'- ,-aai eae. .. _0a Thursday, December I, of cbngeatioa oc 'bo luniid Ca**'s, d>ughtor of T. JefTeraon >ud Jeeol# Wei's seed 'i year*, T mouths and ll daya. yuoerai eervn-ee will be held at tne raaldeac* of be* parrnta. No. 9M Weet Flltrontb street, %toi? |3at .rdayl ? 'ternoon, at one o'clock. The relitives aad mends of tb? family are reqnested to attend without further lovi anon* WiL'Off.-Oa rbnraday. Daceaabwr 1, JaBSS Us?a? Wtw am, aged years, 6 nvatibs and 1? days. Ibe friends aod iba members of Perrv ffoeo Osnpaaf No. X3. aod the I'arry Asenr.iettaa erereeoecifnily lav tu a.land tbafuaaral, tbla (jsiorilayi afiaroeoa, al tw+ o'ciai:k, fiom bis lata residence. M3 Hud??? eireel WAtsaa.? In New Orlaaaa o* itiday, Nove??er lt? b-siiis P. Wataaa, In Ike 'tIA year nf hie ay& K'.aarai ear* toea lb la (Sal irday i ?ersle<uwelev? o'eiock, at the reeideaoe ef tayiaik Wm. IMPi< * Doug lags eireel, ireotif a.