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A S It T A BPLAi-, SilurtUy Morning I Tember 30, 1861 Tbe xxiriuh Congress convenes at Wash Ington for. Ui Erst regular session "on Mob d t. Senator Wade It accompanied i M thdQapitol by hit family. ' ' j Fort. Picesk h Dlax. j fight at Eort Tickcni, reache d oa by tele riwpb oa Tuesday evening k' The rwUtfoitf tbi. report through different channels, adds credit to It, though it la not wy circnmstaDtial. Tbe fort bad opened on tbe iNavy Yard, bich was pn Bre icveral times, and the tillage of WarrentoB was Mated to hare been burnod to tbe ground. Tbe Niagara and Colorado, according to tel accounts, engaged fort MeRae, which brikkly replied, k sustaining aome damage, were- obliged to haul off. Though we can not taka the rebel account but aith allow ance, we are Inclined to tbe belief that an engagement of tome Importance has taken place, with the design of trying the metal of old Pickens. - FlTRTHIR KSWI 1-RO Ea TEKX VIRGINIA, continue to come in, confirmatory of tho faroralle stale of tbe union cause in Acco mae and Northampton counties. A part of the 11th Mass. hare returned to Haiti more from a trip to Drummondtown, and report that the federal troops met with va rious obstruction iu the way by the destrue tion of bridges, and trees thrown across the road. Tbet found a deserted earth work bat no gans at Oukhill Between that point and Drumnwodtown, another batte ry was found, in whieh eight gans were mounted, bat entirely deserted. They also, found another deserted work right miles bcrond Drummondtown. Nine smooth bore guns had been captured but no emu nition was found. Tbe only rackets seen ob the route were about lOOold flint locks. A captaiu and two Lieutenants bad been taken. The disbanded bad been forced to take np arms against their will. Not a single individual acknowledging himself a secessionist bod been encountered.. The unionists,, wh were numerous, met the troops with tbe BUst enthusiastic demon strations of joy. Tho control of the Un ionists in tbe counties named, is undisputed and as fur as heard from the rebels are ere ry.her.e disbanded. Information comes from Osceola, Mo. that Price with bis army has crossed the Okege river and was advancing toward that tow at Since the inaugural ion of the retrograde movement, and the humane and amiable policy of not resistence by the go Tornmeut, we have repeated information the confidence end license of tbe reoes, ana tbe renewed persecutioa to wliicb the loy al citizens are subjected. Shall we not hear from Gea. Uallock coon, and that the in terests of the Uuion eo are protected, the honor the gsTernment vindicated, and. lawless t&UncQ checked, and oanUled I ftjiw Turk. b Dria.t Baanifiaenee. fitting out a cargo of provisions for Hatter as Iulet, to. be distributed to. desti; ute Ipj al citizens of North Carolina. Leadiss Otf. -lit ia iq.no wise diagree able to. waijb. the course of our old democrats as thty read off. iu the policy crushing out slavery with the same means employed to crush the rebellion. Though some of our par excellence abolitionists thrown into the shade, we shall neverthe less utter bo complaint at being placed the train of such men as of the old dimo eratic school, as Gen. Butler, Gen. Burn kide, Col. Cochrsne, and Hon. George Ban croft, who ace astonishing the country their outspoken ba& aaanly sentiments. The Providence Journal u a Utile taken aback by the boldness f tWir sentiments, and thus expresses It elf Its very hard for as Black Republicans to keep up wi'h tho Breckinridge Demo crats on the ni gro question, as new phases of it are developed by tue war ; but we willing to walk behind, wbeu meu who year ago were in favor of extending slavery iuto Rhode Islaud, now talk of abolishing it in South Carolina. Don't be too gentlemen. Read the LHerator and prudence ; listen, to. Wtndhl! Phillips Le moderate. 'WiPrxG Obx GenSliernvun haaorderod that the fort on Hilton Head, Port heretofore known as Fort Walker, now be called "Fort Wells," and that ou Point, heretofore called Fort Beauregard, Will now be called "Fort Seward." i IfBsiERX Dm io.- The committee poiate4 Uinvastigat the claims tbe gorerameikt, lave been la teuiott Louis about three weeks, k claims to over S,000,0QQ have been presented fr approval. Oreat uuniW uf are examined dally, and great ofelaimsare still coming forward. work before tbe committee takes a (jrmidable shape, and promisee to hold ftjf some time to ecme. fC spoor of the Sbcbetaby or Wab. great Intaraat which tbe war will give the See cUry of War's report, will be by Mr. Cenwoa'a eUstluat of bis policy cf pUciug musx la tka ef slaves willing to as ibeus . for the f the Union. t lie will support this arflttieot ftod klctorlcal referaticea, show that his leadlog poatlioa upon vital question ba UeO l deliberately trooglT take. As a faretaatt atha admluhitratloB the War. Depaf tmaot, aotil tbe close Rebellion, tbe pubti. will learo wub that Mr. Cameron. wUl appeal to ad to the Uoveraors of Btatt author to bind tbe tloverrxrieut to praetico closest teooottty, and will aterul economy and accountability iron, subordinate in the War Bareaua Army So, tlje field-' t! Enormoaa as , aud a 111 be it U1 sot bo prniiUJ. iiklirupt w;her tb,e, QoeriRpqi people. Mf.k CemcrcVf report will too probably contain recommendations that will co far to abolish the distinctions b.e tweeo irgBlBrt and tolnnteers. Amerlg IA.th. reDca of the regulation ineK w : .in,.. kich confers rana on .o r.Ru.. over the volunteer w ne sm - ing it to be determined by senioiity accord ing to date of commission. If - The Latest War News. It is stated, on what appears to be good authority, that the rebels hate at Manas las several thorughly armed and equipped companies of negroes, and that throughout the South they are pressed Into the service of the rebellion in great numbers. Tbe San Jacinto has landed Mason a Slidell, and their suits at Fort . Warren, and Commander Wilkes is receiving the honors and hospitalities of the city. The United States gunboats Cambridge nd Iletiel went up the York , River from Fortress Monroe on Thursday evening and opened a hot fire on the Rebel camp at Warwick, which they completely broke np. It is supposed that a number of the Rebels wero killed, but nothing definite is jet knowu. . The Richmond papers acknowlilge that the small pox, tynhoid . fever, and black measeTs are making frightful havoc among the Rebel troops iu Kentueky. The news of the burning of Warsaw, Mo., is conDrmed. The chief part of the towu is destroyed. What troops we bad there, left two hours after. It was thought that the fire was set by tbe citizens of he place, but we are yet ia the dark as to the mot ires of the luceodiaries, or the paticulars of the affair. ' : . NEW YORK, Nov. 26. of A VT-t West letter states that t te priva teer Beauregard made no resistance. She was commanded by Capt. Gilbert Hay, aud was captured one hundred miles frin Ahuro. She ihrew overboard most of her ammunition, Ae. She had met uo vessels aud had not even tired a gun since she left Charleston. " The Tessel captured by the Connecticut wm iba aciiooner Adulaidr, of Nasau. aha maa bound to Bavannau ana una sev eral cases of swords aboard, and her purser was Lieut. Uardy of the Confederate ar my.. ' The-sisaxner Label is represented to be nearly ready for her armament ut Chailes tou. She will be couimaudcd by Capt. Rollins. It is uiider-tood that dipt. D. V. l'or er's visit to the eity last week was connect ed with the outfit of a small mortar carry ing fleet. Some twelve schoouers at that port, owned by the Government, aud al ready Bitted for ordinary armaments, are now additionally sircnjrtnemug oa 10 carrv some of them oue and some of them two iriiruutie mortars, some of them weigh inr iihui Iv 25 000 pounds each : these ves tela are nearly ready for service. Tbe goverimeut hasjnst purchased Tan derbilt's Staien Jslund Ferry Host West field and Clifton. They are the finest boat.. raiuiii; from mo cut, ' . eikrninj ,hree l0 f0lir thou- ' . : " , j sand men, with a considerable battery, while drawing between five - and six feet of water. k line of are in with are a Nw York, Nov. 2".. The Tribune des patch, ssvs : The reports sett, about Bleuker's resiguauoo are incorrect. O.en. McClellea and Rlenker owu commaud have the greatest con fidence in him. ond bis resignation would not be pnt-a if offered. Theanmr grew out or a r . ... ni I . SI. 1 f-l-.lt.... InltHr u-llt DV LieO. lieil-Xr w ucu. Iltvreiiiu which coutaiued expressious that McClellen rebunked.bim for. but suid ho, presumed it was Uleuker's imperfect knowleda of the English that caused the improper exiireuions. The af fair ia considered satisfactorily settled. Capt Bell with between two antf.turee com Dauie ot Col. AveriU'a 3d Pennsylvtuii Caval rv. reconauitariuz. betmeeu Vienna and Uaa tcr.'a 11 ill. wetu attacked bv the- twiibascaded eneuiv iaihe woods on both iidj ot the road. Ifive volleys were fired before aar troops, press ed bv the suDerios force of the euemv, hack. A courier brouzht this news fo Gen Porter to whose division tbe party belonged, lie sent forward the 9ih Mass. 4th MJch. Griffin's But terv. and two mot companies from C'oL Aver ill's Cavalry. At dusk. siioC the troops rdwo ed. Before the reio force mpiiU reached Capt Bell, he was eguiu attacked by the eueiny, who tempted to cut Him on. onoia were 'giu The rebel coramaudic waa.sbot full from bis horse, which galloped within, lines aud wus caught. . About a, dpfeo. oi mea dropped aud were aecessojiUy left oo field Lieutenaot Ford and 45 uieu, aud all Col. Averilla cavalry are miss ng. Orderly Parker's borse was killed, aud the rider injured. The enemy were dressed in dark blue, with caps. They did not wait for the encounter with reinforcements. fast learn Detectivb Eipemtioji ox thb Lower l'nrnu in T1i little axneilitioii On and I jwe, Potomac, onder the euperintendenee Royal, to Buy ap against at St. amount log wiines ee numlers The rather on the Jto high teeed avowal kaads tasta by i and ao this as of of tbe taiaresi Coagrfsa ixea the require every and the war to tt tke of Detective Baker, has resulted in capture of a well known Rebel spy several of, bid eor.fetle.aJet a ruiaotity aria, and a batch of letters duly prepared for tbe Richmond conspsirators. tiome these implicate persons here and in Mary land not hitherto suopected of sympathizing I with tho rebels. . Of the arms, 60 Sharp's 1 rifluj were discovered ia a u;wly-made gmve ia a Catholic teine'.erv uear Leonardstowa. wrapued iu ftjunel, iu a cofliu-shaped Their whereabout was made known by vbo witness tbe ."mysterious funeral." . A lot of matkete were found buried the sand ou the shor few utile- distaat. By these disoovwies aud eantares lha erooient U pat in pojfiow 0f valuubJe and the rebel spi wto have long conveyed information and arms to onemy have received a udlq quietus. The expedition was compo.ed of. Cavalry, placed at ; the disposition ot Baker, - Yancey, tbe Rebel Commissioner England, " dined with the Fishmonger Company of Leudon on tbe 9th inst. - Yancey there made a speech, in response to h.t is called "a complimentary though to whom. o,r to ytiat tt) sep,timeut wa jomptiWtary, ny wrAp.ru i vtai or in what word it was pat forth, te cora aoe not state, the speecn wai good example of oratorical brag, He elared tbe Kootbern Confederates to free-trade martyrs, and charge tfae with striving to persecute them, into, mistaken ideas. He boasted that debarred fronj all trade, the Southern States had equipped wo army of a Of , million of men. H denied that Government desired foreign intervention. As to tbe hopes of peace, ha had no of it while the var coatinaad to bat nressioa of rebels. Tbe first dawn of would ba when tbe 'ortb aekaowUdeed ttfft Cufudtfate i i rpe;iigro' fowtt ft.-.. .-.-.. .r td to be as bad a ..- -- .. j i fire, j The rebel Congress la traveling rapi- to thla conflsgratloa. II movru from Montgomery to Richmond ; It basest decided to move again iroui Nashville. A sharp lire in ne rear likelv soon expedite Its third rrmovf, and thus prove Urn irnth of the Advices from the Sonin-.a rinv. roond, Charleston, Si.v.iun.ih, M.-mphi. New-Orleans nprefwn .r r.-r. ... -man, as frightened ev,. .o the. "' "If of their teeth. . A feurfnl auiHilpulioii i or Til from the seaboard baa eliUk.H ihvw with panic- . . - AniSCI! TOWARD TH RrRV LlNK. On Fridav. a portion of tho ew Jersey Andcr Gen. ' Franklin, went to Springfield Station, and one regiment from n. it pintz.-lman'a command proceeded to Uurke's Station, on the Orongo end Al exandria Railroad the latter 14 miles from Alexandria There was no evidence of the enemy near either place. The 31 Vaw.Jcrsev.Ri-sriment remaiued at Spring- R..IH itnrinir the niirh. and returned to ihc nuarters the next morning. The pickets frnm Oen. Heinttclmnu's Division daily visit Occoquau Cioek, about 16 miles be low Alexandria. , . Ti. .imrrnhin North Star, which arriv nrl t N Y. on the 25th from Aspiuwall li o 1 nn linn rd 600 troops from California Th are iiiidcr the command of Col.' R C Buchanan. The officers are suspected of beiiii strongly tainted with treason, anc Adit S.-ntt was arrested ou his arrival and giveu over to the Superintendent Police, but afterward released on patrole. The privates, as has been tho cose since commencement of the Rebellion, are firmly lipprfullv to extraordinn ry ha'idships imposed through tho sulky temper of treasonable omeera. NEW YORK, Nov. 26. Disorganization of the Rebels in Eastern Virginia. BALTIMORE 1851. Gen. Dix received dispatches to-day -vising him that the disorganisation of the rebel forces was probably complete through-.i.--in.nl. The N. Y. 5th Z maves, the 21st Indiana, and part of Nimm's Light Artillery moved on teward Eastviile, the couuty seat of Northampton, on the 20th. the 4;h Wisconsin and 11th Mass., arc at D ummoiidtown. Two rebel officers had bcon arrested, and two iron cannon had been taken. Cupt. Richard's cavalry had been dispatched, be fore the messenger left, to takfl. possession of six brass cannon known to bo near the fown of Only on Onancock Inlet, Govern or W ise's oldi residence, and' had no doubt succeeded iu doing so. , Col. Smith, cnruinaudor of the, Rpbel fj.v ces. and some or bis officers, were trying to escape from the lower extremity oi om. ampton, but Flag Officer Oold.brrongh has, at Gen. Dix's request, put the whole shore under surveillance, and it i believed that they a ill all be captured if they do not sur- render. Jin addltion'to this fptce assigned to Ihe service by Commodore Goldsborough, the revenue steomcr Hercules, Lieut. Coffin, hns been placed under Gen. Dix's orders by the Treasury Department, and dipt. Le Gown, with the Reliance and the Tiger, is also watching rjoiylions of; tlp coast; on the bay side,: - - '' .- ' : fell Sccce-8 ix Bi'sixb. The grand secret of iiicceRU in business is to slicli to one thing. , Who ever kuew anybouy to.do thi? for ten years, witiioux accoBHusiwii u endt? Continual Uiophing wears away the rork ; the highest obstacles become at length as cobweb barriers, before a never flawing energy, r ' ' ' "Go out iu Kpnnff, .. wnen ine sua is yei r,ir.litnni and vou can scarcely feel the influence of lus beams, . ncattercd as they are over tho wide, (ace of creation, ; but col led tlt.ose bearo in, a. focu. and they kindle pp a flame in aa instant . So tlje man that squander his talents and, hi strength muiiy things will fail to make an impression with either ; but let him draw them to point let him strike at a singlo olject aud it a ill yield before him." at- ex changed. and, our Aiir the Inspector ojp Cavaj,r.x. XJen. II.aveVck Ufti been. appjoiu,tcd Inspector of Cavalry, an cfli,ce which he filled . in - the British Army. : " ' - of our the BitiTisii Vr-bkiji with Bedel Aim- confidential dispatches, taken at 11 iti Head, urged tbe Rebel authorities there be on the lookout for BriiLsb vcasels laden with arms and munitions oi war. and men tioned the interesting fact that the rignnl fVg of a very large expected at cumer would be "a blue dug, with tbe Ile ot Man arms, three buui.u legs in the ceuter in white. the and of ol box. One iu Gov- in formation, so the ladaua Mr. to Mr. toast," tai re- a ( be JJortb its though quarter his hope sno- Deece An airent is now at Washington the Chicago District, authorised by the of Illinois to confer wiih the Presi dent in regard to fortifying the Straits Mackinaw and the establishment of a tal depot at Chicago. ; Mysterious. On Sunday afternoou Mr. J. L. Parmley foond on the low of the lake, opposite bis residence In Perry, a Shawl and Bonnet fastened ' together, gether, to which, was attached a piece paper npon which was written "Farewell dear Sister, I am uo more. Fvtha Her sister Mrs. Amldon, says tbe Shawl and Bound belonged to Ei.tiia Ives that the note was her band-writiutr. lived with her si.ter, and, left home Tuesday afternoon of last week, supposed to be going to a relatives bnt ' was teen go towards the lake near where her and bonnet were found, and has not seen since. The affair is shrouded ia Is she ia tbe lake, or has she to parts unknown ? She was poor jrirl, abput 20 years of see. of nublera'uhed charaptcr and ponoacted with several of Oldest sad roost respectable families in I(o cause cbb be assigned for the slngqla.r act. Any Informalioq concerning tr) addresed to L. f. Jmidon, Painesyilje, will ba tbafckfully received by aa community. Later.-Since the ftbofB Tfni jq type, learn that the body of Miss Jres was yesterday on tbe beach of the Lake, S miles below where aha wobab'r drowned I L..U..II B-l :tt. I f of the ill During the whole one ' hundred days of Gen. Fremont's commend Is Missouri, we believe that only oca application was made to him for the receptees ol a fugitive slave. The proprietors of that sort of runaway property scnni-d to nmlerstand by instinct t tint he wni nor the mni lot their business. Js.t unoner had he been removed, however, linn his -in-eessor found a large part of bis mm w. iviied wi:b such applications, 'The'KMia". from Liverpool and Queens- t.iwu nu the 13th and 11th lists., arrived i N. Y. on Sunday with latter news The Mexican Expedition Is a topic of much Interest Just ,ao,w. - It is expected that a secret convention exists between lranco and Spain in addition to the publio stipu lations with Englond. Our Minister to Englond and one of the Rebel Coramis sioners have mode speeches at London, Mr. Adams at the Lord Mayor's Banquet, and Yancey to' the Fishmongers. The klnir of Portugal and one of his brothers have died of typhus fever, while a third of the family was seriously ill. I.I11 steamer brings the speech of the Spanish tyicen at the opening of the Cortes.'. She disposes Of Intervention iu a few words. Affairain Austria, Poland and Tuikery con limes to look threatening, though no particulars of new outbreaks Imve been made known. The Hoc-k Investigation Committee, of which" Col. Van Wyck is Chairman, is in session at Ilarrisburg. Its business there tod at Philadelphia will probably consume the residue of time belore the meeting of Congress. There will be two or three weeks of work here to do afterward, o that the Committee will not be prepared to report until after the diristnjas. holidays. It has been in session 5Gk doys already, and has saved the country a good.de,al of money. It was npou its recommeudutiou.fortificd by abnndant testimony, that the recent regu lations, of; the Government touching the purchase of arms, 'were- adopted. By its energetic action m causing t Us arrest f the guilty party, $1,000, which a shipbuyec had overcharged Government, being over 50 per cent of the whole amount of his pur chase, where disgorged. Of its labors iu N. Y. and St. LonU the public alreudy know something. Yaxcey Downhearted "Xoiiiwiihstaud ing his invitation to a dinner with the Fish monger.. Company, VaiiQey la still in poor spirits. He writes by the lust steamer that be had "uo present hopes" of success in his mission to foreign powers., Jeff. Davis's Message shows plainly enough that his oth er emissaries abroad have sent home equal ly diccouroging reports. Ofbraiioxs of a Scouting .Party. A scouting party of 150 cavalry, sent out by Gen. McCall on the 24'li, went as (. as Draiuesville, about half way from his camp to Lceburg, and returned without seeing any signs of the enemy; who wps in such force in the neighborhood on the' duy pre ceding the memorable battle of Ball's Bluff that it was thought advisable for Geo. Mc Call to os his whole force t& miiljjiig a re connoisance. At that time, lie. eiii;punter- el and drove in. the Bbel, pckts several times. on a While Gen. Fremont was in, command in Missouri, his enemies alleged that nu im proper use was made of the telegrph, which, we arc told, was not always allowed to report the truth ; and, if so, the system still remains unchanged, notwithstanding his removal. A despatch, from, our special correcpondent at gpr'ingftcld, describing scene on hia rcsiiing Ins command, suppressed b? the military authorities St. Louis. We olso heor from the friends of Q,en. Fremont in, this qjin.rtcr that they find it impossible to send to hiui,the Amplest inquiry by teltnrapli, pr to. rcoeixo any com mtuiication fiom, hiiu through that channel. N. Y. Tribune. A on to from, Go vernor of Na last bank or Chances are rapid. The admiuistration was verily alarmed al Frem.pnt'a proclama tion, and it is hardly a month since its when we titid one of the most portant members of that admiuistration ifivinz open ntterance to tbe boldest slavery doctrines. The doctrines enuneia' ted by the Secretary of, War before Cochrane reaitnent n few days since duced the most jubilant'feeling in the of every opponent of the 'cursed institution adding as it does another evidence, there is a propelling influence to public timent on this subject which puts tho fundity of sorua of our political quidnuncs as well as tho philosophy and experience i.niie best of us at fault. If there is a viniiy that shapes our en Is, we cannot thiukaits bund is in tbis, lor It needs uo, eumcnt lo prove that tho opposite powr those of durkuess, hnyo been impeled the most vehement dcterrriination ta all advance in this direction, bit U has servc4 io show the measure of their as well as their impotenoy. i The fact is said to be indisputable, the secretary of war, not ouly, but a of the members of the administration fa Tor ao emuicipatio.n policy whenever proper hoqr nrrives. ; : . Important Political Arrest, op to shawl been mys tery. gone A notorious Kuight of the Qoldcn baa bean nabbed in Connecticut and Fort Warren in Boston harbor. The U Capt. Parker II. French, who,, tbe name of Lient. Cbarlisle Murry Charles' Maxy, has been traveling through the Northern aad Western States, organig. ing lodges of traitors. He was srretted Bradford, Conn., and in his nosseseios orphan found the eoostitntion aud by-laws of Circle and full aathority fi'm th,o Per ry, jtrj bpdyJ O.J anxious f0, Mveral weeks, under the Same of Southern Ketghts for organizing Lodges, rench is described as one of the itost SBouudrels Iu tbe couutry, Da was one w IKrs principle assistants in the Mcaragqa filliboster. He bai three duels, iu poe of f bich jie lost right arm. reuch bad been stopping at Bradford we found about . ' and has sucoeeded lo estranging many sons from loraltr to the o-overuuieut Sometime since, through a forged letter the osme of Parson. Brown low. of Knoxvilla Whig, he obtained tbe sum 91, uuu irooL A bmm Lawrence, or the toonej' being given In support of Parson's Union paper. The rogne and traitor is safely caged and should be secure ly hung. JL ' ! An Escaped Prisoner's Story. Dr. Stephen Hsgadora, of Bath, N. Y. who was captured by the rebels, at Bull Run, has escaped and returned home. A correspondent of the Rochester Democrat tells his story : "Pr. llagndorn went to Bull Run lo look after son who Was a privato in the 2d Wisconsin voluu'.eers. lie was taken about midway between Bull Run and Cen .rvillo. lis saw Hint the wos cut off and must be taken and raised a white handker chief upou an umbrella to prevent boing nhot A rebel uorsemun cniuu uuu uc m nanded where be was from, aud on leorn ng that he was a civilian from N. Yk ex ,iimi.rl 'D n von. what business have you to raise a Aug of truce,' and levelling his pistol said : 'I've a great mind to shoot you' Finally ilagadoru was ordered to ..11 .1.,. am ill iiipn ni nr mount oeinuuiuu icuvi, ... r- o to do so from the ground lost his bat, which he was not allowed to pick up. While trying to mount, tho savage slruik bnekwarks with his sword, cutting a posh in Dr. Hairadprn' forehand which Lied fre j y A footiuuii hauijcd him bi bat and Dr. llugudoru rode iti this way Tor a short dis tuuee, wheu he was set down and mtrched, nrt of the way upon. a. run. to, Muna.-sas, where tbev arrived at about 10 o clock nt iiitfhr. He met Mr. Ely there, but he saw but little of him until alter their arrival ut Richmond. llerepcrts llwt auitc a number of the soldiers have died, but all nre now in belter heiiltti nince tho weather became colder, Their condition in some respects is miser able. Vermin infest tho prisons, aud the person catitinot be kept clear of theiu. Ma- .t . .li..,. II V HID WllllOUb SMIIIS. Wlllio mull uiiici gnrinents. fcurcely cover their persons 'Those ho huvo money are ut liberty to nrovide extra cloil.iuir and food for them selves. The Baltimore and Ohio Ruilroad it is no thought will soon be opened again lor travel. Gov. Pieipont and t lie gcutlcimin- Iv airent at Wheeliuir, Mr. Ford, have been to Wushintrton, on behalf of the ccmpany and have succeeded in their mission so well as to go home eucouroged that the desired end will soon be attained.. County meetings are at once to be held fflt the purpose of bringing that part Virginia back to her allegiance to the Na tional Government. The light at Cape Charles has been restored, and mail facilit ies are about to be given. The Stone Fleet. the was ot ap pearance, im anti- John pro heart that sen pro ui but nr y I'Leck on ly ma lignity that tunjor ity the Circle stntto pris oner un der and al were the the Maxy, ac complished and fought bis per In tbe of Boston, tbe The stone fleet, not however, with pomp or buiiuers, sailed ou the 20tb. Twelve 15 vessels departed from the port of New Locdon Conn., all bound south uijd all lad en with stone. The ciufi were old wbalcis, some of them of the largest size, but a hard looking (et which bad been industrious their vocation ot seeking material to illumi nate the world and to inuke ltle tolerable at night to those who sleep not. An quantity of midnight oil ha e gathered iu their day. lbey go to illustrate the ideas of com merce wheh prevail In the darker portion, girt with sand bars of our disturbed repub lic. A screw' is fixed iu their bottom whieh can be worked from the deck. Wheu it is screwed out, the water, in stream as big as a man's leg, comes in, the vessel is stiuk. The stone anchors it tbe bottom. Our fleet is to be joiued outside by a ODe from New Bedford, which will muke the whole number of vessels about SO. thousaud dollars each have been puid t,he goverumert for some of tbe best of vessel. The fleet will be under the command an old seu;dog, of hailing propensities, bus been appointed commodore. ISew iork, JNov. 2(5, lue tribunes special, from Washington 2oih, says Ueu Mcvlelleu has addressed a letter U,en. Bleiikcr, containing such expressions of displeusure as left to the latter no choice but to resign, which he did this morning. illegal taxs of bundredyjf dollars per which he has levied troin each ot the lers of (his D,iision, has elicited the letter. A committee has been organize for the iuvestiiratiou of the uccouuis of Division. Since the above was in type it has uuiueu. lue mass of the uermnus have considered Blenker as altogether the man for a position so re-pousible, and rumor that Uen. belgel u to succeed is hailed with almost universal delight. An order will this week co out to Louis direcline the paymeuis of all officers appointed by Gen. Fremout. The Richmond Kiiquirer of the 22d noiiuces that arrangements have been for quartering 500 irore of the prisoners present in Uxlimoud at Tuscaloosa, und salesbury, N. C. The first dutaebmen for the former place were to start on day evening, comprise 159, inclusive of coiumissioued olhcers. The Charleston Mecury of the 21st lishes a dispatch, from New Orleans which stales that intense excitement vails there relative to the threatened tuck on Columbus Col. Holluis had there with his fleet aud had telegropl el ibe steam ram Manusas. A flouting tery of 20 gnus was go ng up that All the river pilots hud been Impressed. The despatch suys that 17,000 troops 10 cauuon, were at Columbus. qoverument has. advices that Richmond aa vfo'l Savanuub, Charloton, Memphis, and New Oileaus, aro in a pouic ; were packing op to be in rcuaiues to wjien the Y"11'1-4 epprouclied. It was tho general belief that the Government had already commenced iug its archives to Nashville so mmt the CariiLul. The Government also has intelligence the discouut ou the Confederate Notes is already 80 per cent, and tbaf private issues must be still greater. Tavn :..mnaiiies of Col. Freedmaq's airy Regiment, commanded by Mj. went on a lour of observation, A mil" yond Hunter's Mills they mot a ,.r rin.i ravnlrv sunooried by Our men were fired upon by the .nrt nna horaa was wounded aud one ber of Co. A injured by his uorse upon him. At the ordtir given by Paul for UO. A to aqyanu) vup ,mi-uj tbe rebels tppa. ingu m Count De YiHenan has been to McClellau's stsff with the rank He is a'graduate of the schoo Avr. and was s Colouel by brevet French Army Thoeia. .Hrnern- ot W. O.. Tia poibted Rebel AUorney General, In m ,... -, . a.' ic.a...a.ai t war- OI liSllJatniO, IDU liy,vivi . i Tin Arrest o Mason and Smdiu.. Much speculation conntinnes to be Indulg ed In relative to the Mason and Slidell question. So far as can be ascertain, the Minister of her Britannlo Majesty's Govern ment has taken no sction whaterer upon tbe subject, but will probably await instruction--, or has there been even nn Informal conver sation botwecn him end the proper Depart ment concerning It. Those who are Inti mately acquainted with Lord Lyons believe that in this ns In other matters bo has, ob served his usual discretion In raft-aluing from pj-emnturo expressions of opinions. Virginia Postal Arrangements. Tho Post-Office Department is tasking arrange ments for re-establish ment Post Offices io Accoiuao ond Northampton Counties, Yli" pi"l- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of rUOCKRY STOCK FOR SALE VJT Whole-tit or Retail. Th nbcrlb-T prrmonn- to dor up hl Oroo-rr Bualnom, and lo urect thnt ohjont, nnVra to a,.)) th Uck'now on hand -Tr lthr In bulk, or at !.., . ot KaduoMl I'rieM. Liil -T. R II conl-u Ol wnou Knmllr Oriwrlr, Winn, liXfcJ. and Pura l.lnnora, t'l-h n.i xior- l'ltiirr. Anr ou. wimukit to embaik In the Oro- cery l!uinaa, wonld And IhH a UTorame opponunur lor iciiriiiK a ituck, Io Ui uieua time, until luck purcuaeer nli.111. . .... I T" 1 the Uoous will no run ott at the lowest xvaiu.-. Tl.ta ..nnntir.nt MnHm U .Mi,r, that ell ecTnnt. With the rutwcrlljiT -hnuld be willed Immediately. The Brut of JunnnrT, lHlii, therefore, la th limit allowed for aucn aeuie- ment. Altho inh It may he dealraW to conTert on noiea in In eah. nnlliin abort of a nmnitit narlnent of Intereat will anpeaa the un.leraliriied. JUKI. H. THOMAX, Aalitaouia, eioreinner inoi. s 11ER1FFS SALE of Goods and Chat tier, A-btabula Common I'leaa, Nov. Trm, 1859. Ilarld Xellla t John Ransom, et al. Br rtrtiie of of renill and ft fa , duly iaaned from i!d oonrt, in ia .h.n mm tn me dlrente,! i Wni orler for aale kr way of public Aoctlon, at th reaidenc of. lllrara llickok, In llar- peraheld, AaUtabula bounty, unin on VeditefUHy the Iglo any of December, IRill.betwen the hnura of 10,aud 4 o'clock, of anid day, tin followin described proiertr, to wit. Ono Bay Gelding Colt. Plierltr 'a Olllce, Noy 1801, 3tSil160. WM. nKVPRY.SlitrirT. MY Wife Polly hiivind left me without nrovoention. all neraona are hereby fbrbld.len to eon- tract nny obligation with her on my accoiinl. a 1 will nay ..... 1..H1CVT. nun t'J no uebla oi iter coiuracuog nu&.-u nr.... Ceneva, KnT.S"th, lHBi. Postponement. The Auction Sale, Advertised for Wednesday Dec. 4th 186 1 is hereby postponed to Monday Ue cembcr Oth 1861. or iu im mense they a add at like Six by these of who to month but above the been never rigl the him St th an mad a Ala it 20 pub 20th pie a goi lor but night. ai.d families leave Rebel mov. suddenly that Treasury on Cay Btler be company miautrv cavalry mem lauing Lieut. assigned ofColon eh of St. In the eduction ! Jluction I AUQTION ! OX or About WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1 win Sell at Public Auction, At Ui Stor Nearly Opposite the Flak rjouae, Ashtabula. lie Entire Bulance of my Stock of Uoods, lA-ft over from Lnat Fall, coroprlaina; Elegant, Winter Dress Goods, of all kinds Broeha, Cluukct, nod other Shawls ; Domestic Goods; Yankee Notions Laces, aud Embroideries ,. Store Fixtures, ' and other things. Th. Sila -rill he nnaftlve. and Wltlient It-.'erv. rtlcle will bo.old to tlicJli3heal,Ii;lJr. Merchant Jibing to mak wlerttons from lh stock, be aeooinnnylated prcrlnua to, or between the sale, and will b aula to tlieni al a heavy qucount, v Tkr All annia nnder $10, cali i over $10, and nmler$2S three mnnhla ; t2b to SAU, lour moutha ; I'lU nnd upwalda- klx nioutlii, for approved eudorFed notea, witb Intereat. EnWABO H. R01IKP.T3. N. n, Jor my Infurmntion Ip re yap I to ttia atnek, Ja . 10 r . UK l.il.n, AMUlfyuia, vuiu, Sharpe aud Desperate Confleit! TIl;OJ.D FOUTIIKSS 1 J1PKECKABI.E Relnforc'ments are arriving daily in shape of the Latest nnd Newest Sstvi.es Goods, not only bought (or Wh, but paid when bought, which enables the Old For to distance all competitors iu the way of Price. The proof of the puddiiijr is iu entitiir. I am now lu the daily receipt ol GOODS, purchased iu New York with cash at the very lowest prices, by an experieuc ed buyer, and can offer eiftra inducements the way of Good Goods, at Low Tricas. My stock comprises almost everything is needful for comfort or luxury, and to euutner ute ull the different styles, would require .a.., il.an llin niinter could well Bnare In - V, ' . .. ... present crowuu eiaie oi tue uuiuusimj But just remember three things : Remember That all that glistens is not neither are all telegraphic dispatches reliable. Ilemember That most merchants claim sell goods for the fun of the thing, but do it becanse I like it, and tnsko mpney bj Jmc-mirr That cash buys cheaper where, than credit for credit is a slow that requires a vast dcul pr, labor to tjeep running order. And Don't Forget I To call and look before you buy elsewhere To, bring your money with you. If spc.nd it. U will do to keep. But above all Don't forget to keep your credit good prompt fulfillment of all promises. All kinds of Produce taken In Exchange goods at the highest market prices, aud count, at cosh prices. November 21, 1861. h. I,. xionitisQN, SSIGNEE NOTICE. The Robertson. A1 tlit i editor of John P ,iined baa bean duly anpolutad Aailgne ia ui TI.A.J, ti.Tlna Claim acaln,t Mild Robehaon. ...., a nd all indebted to him. either by Not or count. wUl eee to their adiuatment, tliat the matter apeedliy eiuetm up. ... m. i aahiabula, Noy. th,ll. in r Commercial School. THB'UuderslKiied proposes to open BVENINO SCHOOL, . . - C...1 U. IV. U....A nn ll,A llh at'th. Room ny.r Efphen H.U'a in . for tb arpoe of giving luatructlon ,n Book-Keening Donbla and Slngl EuUy, and in Practical Feuinaualilp, III longprlncin uooa nel"", In on nf tb rat Commercial Collegea in the country, aUudlng ichoola ettiea, and at mueb Uw eipena. th teriua being within rweb of almoM vry young man. Hut yaung ljulle enable blm to glv to hi pupil, tnatru-tion equal lo i a 1. . 1 . . . . - a at 'a. Iah, IttalflJTlrtaV ateanrwal SI M 0(nn)u id an; ui iuw t aaSI-iently aeunalnted with th manner of keeping . tv. .. tA .ui irv tnani lor ina actual mu":,-"" .a. r ir: u bTur. fl;ir;rii not ..ny of ti; r..r;.- ... ilnV noon lh.m Ml om th. omn land I tnmithey liouri be dueted for tbi nurpo, tbi opportunity .nouio not n negieciea. Any nnwn of an 1 erdiuary acbool wrlueatlo, I. qui thtebnncbofinatruotioa. Each on U1 b taught iuUS4 ly.and eau eonmaaoe at any lim. - TKKklii la weeka of i vcnlng w, fronj .M. beef. D- 'JZZSSZZS .i .i' li-tio. V-.ft place T m n, -a.1 tS7r ..l.l-.t.-a. .i .aai , aanateuia, , yy th, JSSl. Matttr Commr'$ Sole cf Real Eitatt. Ashtabula Common IMpm Jane Term, 1861, Jotl 11. 2'homat vi, Brattui C. Strong. BY Virtue of an Order of Sale duly Issn i1 from Mid Court, la th hor mm, a m dlrrsrtcS, I Kill offer for Mlt by t of public motion, t th Hoot of th Court Hook, Id JfltKn, AahUbul Coantjp, Ohio, Monday the 250), day oJVov. A. D. 1861, tnlwMn th hnnn of 10 nt 4 o'clock, of Mid dor, th toll, log dnnrlbod Knl. Stt, to wit i Kttuitt In the tnwnnhlpii of Plrmontb nd St brook, toautt of AhtnbiiU,od nUU of Ohio, brltif In town.lilp NomWr IU, en Ui third id fourth ntf of towDRhlpa In th Connootlevi WhIhii Hrmn, M eallod, bolng port of tho north of lot, Number (fir, In th Townnhip of By brook, nnd bonndrd rt, hr th I'lymoulh Tnwnnhlp Itn, on th South hj lnd ddtdr to Andrrw Wlllojr, Went bjr lot Number (M) Hftr on, 10 Uint U KnNt to th townnlilp lino rormid to UiJonth lln of th. rrnnteffana aerernifta premium io o prui to in Un draw from Mid Wilier' land 12 0 to ttk, thrnc to t vrl north liu ol Mid lot number 60, nnd to contain SO arti r, land. A lan ..ma Mil. AM .Im. AW tf ,n 1 1 T. . t A In 4liA ln. ililpofA.litubula, and bonndrd nnd dvnrlbed a follow, to wit l Went on th town-hip lln htwn Bajrbrook and rljr-, month, and th SO acre alxir deaerllmd. aoulh l land d -ed d by f linothr Htron to Mnae Cro-, and John M. anlkeer, tn the raat lin of utd Faulknar' land to a etak, thtne neith along Daniel Hubbard a land lo.uv o th norm aai eor rrof lot Number 8 to the eentre of Hi tnmplk wad. thence aoulh along; the renlr of Mid mad 2 90, thence , tn th townahlp Una, containing neronty ari of land, betnr tn norm part or lot number Mcpnnf a rw-rriio oi fire acre to Timothy Strong, on the north lin of Mid lot number 44. weat from the turnpike road tn th townahlp fin parallel with h la other land, the above two lota to contain 100 acrea oi lana, ana oeinn the aame lano. eonTevea to r.re.iua v. Strong by Timothy Strong and wife Norember 9th, 1H4", and recorded in Aahtnmila eomity reeordaTnl. Bo, page oisann fil, ai.pt aired at $2,600. wi. HKNPRY, 6tlllRf21 Special MaatrrCtmmlaaloner. Mechanic's Row I HASKELL fi SON are now receiving direct from N. V., a larg a well -elected alack, tuck,.. Dry Goods, Clotbinp, IJlats ond Cups, Boots aud Shoes,, am a tiemcndoui pile of Groceries, Wl.ich they ir aelllng n cheap aa lb clieapeit, Snd thr think about 10 or 12 per cent cheaper. In order to be up with th times, we hare added to ur atonal Coal Oil and Lamps, Wicks, &c. The Tubllcwlll find It to their adrantage to gly aa a call before pnrchaaing elaewher. All klnda of country Produca Uken In exchange for Good. 1,000,000 Flour barrel Hoops Wanted, for which w will pay a portion In cah. Pcn't fbrgct the place to rare money, on door aoulh of tb Port OHice. HAbKRLL SON. Aahtabula, October 24, '61. - j Every can good. apply Attention Vll- VTEW REGIMENT Wade Hntc XI InaCralry. A rar chanc la now offered tnabl bodfe ed patriotic men or tli. re rarla to enllat Into the eerrlce f their country. I hare been authorir.ed nnder th new ayatem or reeiuitinir, to enllat and mnater Into aerrlo, meo t be at:-' tached to and from a portion of th Sixth Cavalry Kegiment, 0. V,i If. which the Government ha empowered Senator Wade and Hon John Ilutchliia to ralae for active aervlre. ray irom oate r enlMment from $16 In $30 per month, and $100 la. caIi bonntr at the end of th war. I'nlforma will be fumiah- ed wnmediatelT. and irood quarter provided when ronai-ren in. When a rifficient number of men are oMaloed for th orirnniwitl"d or company, Uwy wUl proceed to elect their offl cera from their onn ranka. Kaeh man may if h chonaem furnlah hia own horae, anfl be allowed 40 centa a day, and $8 a month for forage ! or th rorernment will buy tn liorae ai a mirvaiuuuon. u. rrKi mcnt will be tlmrou)thly equipped before leayin; oainp, and un der the command ol expenencea army oineora. ra-iiri. Kendeivona, at Camp llutchina, Warren, Trumbull county O. Any Information wanted will he cheerfully given at th It-' cruitini Onice, Flak Block, Aahuibula. .., Ashtabula, October 8, 1601. 616 It. II. IIASKEIX. Bcerultlng Officer. New Goods for Fall and YIntc 1861 and ljB62. "VTOW Reciving and opening, a Splendid; -Li STOCrJ, of New tidW SeaaonatWe Oood, whlc will be -old at very low price lor Caah or Ready Fay. Thankfnl for the (reneroua patrone; ao liberally btow4 npon th ld.fiini of Knot k Morriaon, In year paat, 1 would . ay, that ! am prepared to aell Oood Gooda, at prlca whieh aety comiteimyn ai nome or auronu. aavertlon, call and look fur youraelvea, and yon will be on- viueed. . ' ' ' ' . , Aahtabula, October s, l"r,i. ii i. itiremao, H33oro.oatlcB. EAYY: Medium a tine lirown Sheet-. Ina, cotton Yarn, cotton Batting, Wlcklnff, Wadding, Tichlng. Denlma, atrlpee. Checks apple Twlu. cotton Flannel, in great variety, arid. vry low for th terma, at MoanlHON'a. CARPET WARP White nnd Colored, of Flrat Qua'lty, but not of th fine't thread, wbteb I,1 am aellina-at twanty-Av cent a pound. aave money ny nuying oi Yon Hint want can,, SHAWLS. A LARGE LOT OF UKOU1IW uotn, double and alugle atl Wool, long and aqi.ai Skawla, Black Thievt and Black Silk Bliawlt in great variety at M1IUKlWli?i p. silks and silk GOODS 1 the ot for ress Low the NEW flie Id that more BLACK SILKS ALL qualities and nrlnea. f.iiry gilka a Urea itock which will b -old at nrlce below anvlliina in the Market. Yon that want Fancy M!h, can aave money ut qui uik ,h ............ K OOn YARDS REST MERRIMAC .ltJ Pan at nne ehllllna- ner yard, fancy Style. other make from 8 to 10 cents, bent Merrimaea aa everybody' know are tbe beat and the can alway bo found t "GLOVES AND HOSIERY: WINNTER GLOVES, Kid. Cloth. 1.1.1 Thread and Bnrkakin, Gauntlet Olnyea. Hoi-' ery of all kinda. Cotton and woolen, woolen Yarn forknitting, genuine Dumea'.ie made, alwaya kept by MOKR ISON. WHITE GOODi, BLEACHED , COTTON'S Jaeconek Cambrica, Irlah I.lnena, Biahop Uwm, Book and Swlan tlii.lfrn.. I 'an Ijmea. Rrlinira. Ruibroidereil ColbATl. bhlrt frouU and Julian at great bargain, for Caah - Boots, and Shoei?, TTAYIXG MADE this a leading branch. XX ol buainesa for year paat, I am prepared to Mil nny ilug 10 Una Una truuia inree ceo cuuua be, iw uuw . o. I Calf boot ol aa good quality and at aa low price aa can It. J.. eiimniaurv. thin hi b found In the Couuty, Hoop Skirts. IDnOENIX Co.. Make, in srreat Yane- X t. nf Slvlea. Slnzla ehain. Plamond. and double and the trlt.pl Diamoud, a yeiy decided. lmprovmnL ao aay tb l- I diea, aud very cheap, at MtllligQa. it. gold, to that I if any coach in youdont by a tor on ac Hats and Caps. A GREAT VARIETY of thes,eaood which will be -old without regard to coat aa I wtU to due theiu out, pricea from 10 eeuH up. If you want any. thing iu thin line you can aave a larg peroenUre by buy ing ut MOIUtWOW. Groceries OF ALL KINDS, Green and Blaqk Toaa, Cruahed Code nd Brown Bugara, Java and Kio CotTee'a, Ooldeo Syrup, a euperior article HolMae-. Kice, Codll.h, Spicea, Saleratua, Soda, Cream Tartar. Dye Woodl and lljetutra, I'ainta, Oil, Vainiah, Turpentlnea, fain Biukhea, ererytlilng almoat wanted or can be called for In that line can be bought low lor ill time of MOKKWOM. Crockery, A FULL ASSORTMENT nnder- triut for of White Ruin.. China, th beat irood in market of old atyle lot Hiu and white, I have quit a lot which to aort up old and broken aelte will be told uuder pile io oioa on.. Coal Oil. ' BEST QUALITY, at 60 cents per cat ion, t MORKlSONa,' ("ItFoN OIL. The llest Quality J Carbon Oil 'cab be found for 3 C. per Gallon. ' Septtmbtr 4, IHtll. H 1. Ml)HKIr)ON Hook ac may be ' pr.nt r)CTROIT TOBACCO, the best in mar Hook ac- '"J' n4d lewe,t 'iT.Vnf.ml qual Stpltmbtr b, ISO I. 020 XTAlt.S nnrt flT.AKS nf the best l ..I ,i aa I., for nub a at any concern in th couuty. W indow ti'lan of all al". t ""5 ufaclur.r'i price, at MOBH18QN B. an fATS, DEANS AND U ear for aale for Caah at l.l.t.r,l " CORN In ilnllRlHON the inauvni. , am I..MVTM A Fresh SOD- ply of Pink and Purpl. M.rrll.. rrff1 Kigurea. aud a .vwybouy luiowa, tu "'-7KI60M'S. . in 11 JJ ;" will of our th ahould ( . any that juhtaul, Ang-1 rtf .IIP I Wanted in Exchange, k iiftVM nnrl liu.unniiu uuoua to roaaUon by ao- -f--jr THE ou ne " ... . . A.Kit.cju. u ........,.- X1 olb.r thing, all nnnii, nu. , c..h BriM-A - .rzLrxs n of our 1U. " ".V " SlUKIwaui-. and for teparaur- prlo will b paid by a.i the - I ' Caah or Heady Pay, WITH OCCASIONALY hort time . ..d aad tried Cu.lom.ra. bor nronap, . atrial peynwut at U.. I Hi-W ". wbaik SS -U b. . r-.Ho.. H L M-,Rp,,SOK.