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Amieeio -To Parquette Bud Drest Circle, 00 cents; Gallery, 39 cetita. Doors open at o'clock ; commence at 8 noa O O D T IT E A T E R vomer nixtn ana vine streets. Manager, Geo. Wood Stave Ma'naw. O. H. Gilbert; Treasurer, Q. T. Collins. Peicis to Suit the Turns. Drosa Circle and Par ouette, 30 ceats ; nailery, 13 cents. Fourth nlaht f the re-engagement of Miss KT TIK HhNDKRSON, when the will anp'.r as 4 Kmtna," In the Drama of TBK UNION MEN OF OLD VIRQINI&. and " Kate Kearney." Jills t,l nurse ay) iimibu, pot. i, mo nei formanca will commence with the Legondury Drama, in two acta, railed KATE KEARNEY. Kate Kearney, with 8onge...Miae Kttle Henderson. . Omic Song.. . Mr. Wood Bnnaoii, Pns Seul Mits Stella Mason, To conclude with the entire new three act Drama, TBI UNION MEN OF OLD VIRGINIA Idihii Mies Ettle Hondersrn. io mtrrow (Friday) evenina, Beoetit of Misa lit tle nendonon, wheu Mies Hannah Sinimsna haa kindly volunteered. DAKCIMG ACADEMY. -AT THE METBOPOLITAN HALL, Corner of Ninth and Walnut-its. HEBR JOHANN CARL SPILLS, AS SISTED by hia son aul daughters, Teachers of all the Faahtonable Dances of the day. would respectfully iti'orm the ladles and gontleniet of Cincinnati and vicinity that their School tor the above instruction will be open on and after SATURDAY, NOVEMIlEtt 3, 1861, At the above-named large and well fitted-up Halt. TJavs or TntTtoK Wednesdays and Saturdays, for Misses and Masters, from 2 to S P. at. ; fur Uen tUmen, from 7 to 10 P. M. ' Tanas For tire months' Inatraotton, twenty- lour lea ions, f 5, payable In advance. Music fcrnlfhed for balls, private parties, etc For particulars. inaalre at Spille's Band Office, Ba con's Building, corner or sum ana wainnr-s's., Emm Na ia. miiI at hla TABldence. No. Tfa Ev- rutt-st.. betveen John and Cutter, Cincinnati.' Inoyall .. L MUSICAL. riHRIMTMAS J Ml, W K I h PREENT8. WAR OH atnek of Plnnos tn thia city, which i -k nave mo larpon. In thia city, which a ill r.(rr nutil after the holidays at prices never bef ire mown in this .l.i. l.lllMnl nrt lf the rent pay for the Piano, at ra Weit Fourth-it. Old Piano, taken tn exchange toivt M. MTJttCII. TIIAMOg FOB. RENT, I HAVE THE A laraestaUick of Has fr rent in Cincinnati, at from U to 20 prj onarter. at ! West Fourth-st Old Pianos taken in exchange for new oe CM. MDBCH Xvfow Publications. JU(T IarD-ECHOES i'AGN KS, Trout Morceaux de Sa DBS JIOM- tVlviM4Uig lon. By r uunen. fo. 1. Betiy.,.Mo. 9, Loreley...No. 4 U .rill. 'A C 1 1 1 AUi-.h Graud March Trinmphale. By Kuhe. SScts The Bustle Oata; or. He Sure You Call, etc Po etry br Chas Swain. Muaic by F. More, llcti. Sent by mall oa recaivt of pries. 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Entrance OB Firth -St. SEljF'MBBsDfk BtMBNT FO hi ft I I HTM printed directions m'-.t fras every w hare, and asy to nnoerstaa that any oaa oaa take hla owe measure for Shirts. -I warrant a good nt. Tkeoaak to be paid to the Express OontpaBy oa receipt trgooos. , . Bhl-il j - MILLINERY. Baring tust returned from the East, I am - - opening a full assortment of BONNETS, EI BB0NM, ., ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, . - SILKS, FEATHERS, R0UCHE3, Siilr Millin ery Embracing all tbs novaltlaa of ths season. I sWr The attention f Milllaars is called to our FBENCIX PATTERN BONNETS, i x . As., As. Wboieaala and rstaU. J Ta "W 33 13 33 . . aTjr.e aeja 154 Flfth-st , besween Baoeand Elm. THE WEEKLY Pat BUS NOW RK4BT. containing tbs News of the Week, both foraiga Bed Looal, and a Telegraphw Summary of EvaaU - Blaowbera, np to the h. ur of goiug to areea. "" Fut sals Bi tl OouUu rw, fdoaoeuUv VOLUME J. CINCINNATI. TIl,trRSDA7 EVENING. NOVEMBER 7, 18(51, MP NUMBER 01 Resignation Scenery. bo play at sttes It la tbe duty of those who play at ettes- mnnship, wba'ercr may be tbe condition of the lmpracticuble Rctnalitlea, to mak their drarraticB appear to tbe spectator an' if all aa calm and fair weather behind the fcefJtf. It is by these means thr.t tbe world is often interested, or.d, it If to Is hoped, improred by spectacles Which, were all the workings of tbe Interior exposed, would hare pro volitd its astonishment, and perhaps its disgust. The country has recently been edified by a proceeding which the troubles of the country rendoied solemn in tbe withdrawal of tbe vctorarTCommander in-Chief of the armies ot tbe United States from the portion he has bolJen bo lone Bnd tbe duties of which be has dircharged so ably and so honorably, Th-1 scene, as it Is represented by thoBe vera cious cotemporary historians, the reporters of the press, was pecnliary affecting. The President who, although uted to the melt ing mood, was thought to have exhausted the contents of bis lachrymatory fountains over tbe remains of Colonel Baker,, a day or two before sprang a lek afrosh, and gave relief to bis feelings in a briny shower that was actonidhing to tbe spectators. The heads of departments, not to be behind their chief, leaked aay like a collection of incontinent cc da fountains; and the time-worn veteran himself followed suit, and blew his nose and wiped his eyes in a manner edifying to behold. A poetical gentleman once remarked : "There !b something sacred in tears." Prob ably there is. When a body of statesmen assemble together by appointment, and unanimously go into the water-cart business, it is our duty, as a great, civilized and sym pathetic people, to understand that some thing; is the matter, and to feel solemn, sin cere and dignified, in proportion. How these gentlemen must have lored each other and General Seoul Eow General Scott must have loved themt Eow sorry tbey must hare been to part I Eow keenly the ore party must have felt the loss the country was about to endure in the resignation of the other 1 Not a particle! The scene was gotten tip for tbe edifica tion of the public. The speeches were merely dry, heartless, insincere compliments. Tbe tears were no more real than those which tbe individual in dilapidated habiliments, who sings the lamentable song of "Billy Barlow," wrings out of bis handkerchief. There are certain suggestive circumstances connected with the sadden and unexpected , retirement of General Scott. A few days ago it was discovered by tbe Secretaries of War and the Treasury, that a large claim of General Scott upon the Government, which bad stood ever since the war in Mexico, dis allowed in consequence of its illegality, was perfectly just and proper. It was accord ingly paid, and General Scott, all of whose worldly estate was in Virginia, and whose heart was suspected by some to be there also, became wealthy irrespective of his Sontbern possessions, and at the same time arrived .t tbe knowledge tnal be was suiter iDg under the pressure of age and infirmi ties, and needed, for his few remaining days, to go into retirement. Tbe coincidence is a little remarkable; and the scandal of Wash ington says a variety of things upoi the subject. it is a curious iaci mat uenerai ocoii, nei ther in the resisnation scene nor in his ad dress to tbe army, made any mention oi nis successor. So singular and marked an act of discouitesy indicates the existence of feel ings other tban bad been supposed to exist between those two gentlemen. From whence tbey sprang can only oe conjectured; out tbey must have been strong, and their exhi bition will not be without its effect upon the public minil Abolition Operations in Kentucky. A communication in another column speaks of the circulation by Northern emis saries of Abolition pamphlets among the soldiers of tbe Union in Kentucky. Such a proceeding will be more likely than any other to promote disaffection and ill feeling, and, if persisted in, will units the whole peo ple of the State against the Federal cause, and be the means of driving our soldiers out of the State. The people of Kentucky are not prepared to accept the Fremont proc lamation, and will resist all endeavors that are made to carry it, or any measures simi lar to those which it. proposes, into effect and if it is desirable to fix the destiny of that State with the Confederacy, the most effect ual way to do it is to permit these mission aries to carry on their operations. r ' as as - sow , , , Tbe Swobd Pbisintid to Gbniral' Mo Clillas The splendid sword ordered by the citizens of Philadelphia was presented at Washington on Saturday last. To the very appropriate presentation speech General Mc- Clellan responded as follows : I ask Ton. sir, to give my warmest and deep thanks to the honorable body you rep resent for this entirely unmerited compli ment. I could thank yon better if I thought that 1 deserved it, but 1 do net teel that do. Nothing that I have yet accomplished would warrant this high compliment. It for the future to determine whether I shall realize the expectations and hopes that have been conferred upon me. I trust and feel that the day is not tar distant when I shall return to the place dearest of all others me, there to spend the balance of my life amonsr the people from whom I have received this beautiful gift. The war can not last long. It may do desperate. I ask in the future forbearance, patience and confidence. With these we can accomplish, all; and while I know that in the great drama which have our hearts' blood, that Pennsylvania will not play the least. I trust that on the other band she will play the highest and noblest part, . - , I again thank yon, and ask you to convey to the councils my most sincere thanks the sword. Say to them that it will be my ambition to deserve it hereafter. I know do not now-' ' ' ' . - -Shipwbkik and Loss or Lift'. The ship Uaritana, Captain Williams, of Providence, from Liverpool for Boston, wag wrecked Saturday nmhL on Etra Rocks, near Boston Light, Massachusetts. At eight o'clock Sunday morninn the ship went to pieces, seven of the passengers and crew reached tne rocss on a piece of tbe poop, me ioi lowing persona, twenty-seven in number, were drowned; Captain Williams, Mr. ear ner, mate; John McQinnls, John Ellis, Henry Green, Win, Jackson. Wiufield West, David Oil 1.IUUU AUgUObUB vmiUVIIi Barrett, cook: Mrs. Pratt and two daughters. Mr. Clark and wife. Mary Flaoairan. Maria Bryan, Lucy Pratt, EliSHbeth Bryan, Biita Boater, u. uunter, rt.irica. neagan, pssseu' pert; a Swedish pasuenger and three wiowb,; ' . . '.".?. ;v''J" Our Army Correspondence. LETTER FROM ALF BURNETT. CAMP AT CLARKSBURG, October 29, 1861. To the FAUurl Ihi Dailv Prew : "Par invitation" I have just run down to tbis encampment to "we what I could see." Clouds of snow lie about the Bnnset, the leaves rustle by with the breese. The camp is comparatively deserted, one United States battery and a tew companies being all that are deemed at present essential to hold this point. Many are; however, near at hand, so that in ense of necessity tbere can be thrown into this place thousands of men. Company K, of Colonel Dunniag's Regiment, uadur Captain Jackson, .is. still here. I noticed tbein upon drill, and they went through their evolutions In splendid style; the boy. Were In excellent spirits, having just received information of General Kelley s success at Romney. A visit to tbe immense store bouse, eiected under the superintendence of Captain Lieb, for the safe keeping of the army? npDlles, is worth a diy's journeyalone. The Captain is using bis utmost endeavors to keep the house as empty as possible, by Bending off to all the regiments the winter ai parelund quartermaster's stores. Charlie Lieb or Captain Lieb is a peculiar- and almost indescribable specimen of humanity. A portly, robust, jolly, unassum- iDg-lookmg specimen of a Western man. No gewgaws no red-tape. Colonels, Majors arid Quartermasters enter frequently, and inquire, is "Captain Lieb here ? "I am he," is tbe reply. Many thus coming first into his presence are astonished; and Colonel Marrow told me, in giving a descriptien of the Captain, thit be fully expected to have met a "very tiger," but was much astonished to find a thorough bueiness man. Tbe reason Lieb is so defamed is this, he is constantly employed, having hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of Government property to pa?s tbroueh his hands weekly. ' Ignorant Colonels and Cap tains and Quartermasters arrive there, and band in requisitions improperly made out. Une wants a toousand rots; anotber a tnou sand blank et8 and shoes, or a hundred horses. Here's the style of talk : Enter a Colonel or Quartermaster "I want a xhouBand over-coats: have you got them?" Lieb 'Yes, sir; yes, sir." Colooel or Quartermaster "I also want eight hundred pairs of socks and the same of shoes" "All right," says Lieb; "hand me your re quisition. ' Eere he is presented with a document of no earthly account, ignorantlv made out ; no bead nor tail; perhaps lacking the proper signatures. Lieb refuses to furnish the articles with out tbe proper vouchers; the consequence is, lieo is carted irom ' Dan to ifersbeba ' b; "ignorant men," because, forsooth, he refusei to give ont articles until ne mmselt is made safe in bo doing. These men return to their regiment and curse Liebtn order to shift toe , responsibility, when, if the truth were told, tbey tnemselves are to blame. 1 will venture to say. and I have it from those who know him well, that he never yet has refused to fill a requisition that was properly made put and he bad the articles. I paid a visit to the "yard," where there are now, io splendid order, ttventeen hundred horset and mules ; these also are under the Captain's care. . The yards are kept very clean, and the animals are now lnxnriating upon oa'.s and corn a sight that will not greet their eyes long after they leave his supervision. Colonel Desparde's residence a beautiful, palatial homestead is situated directly op posite this Aostile place. The Colonel don't like the aoimults being in such close quar ters, but. Uncle Sam is -heed lees of such peculiarities of individuals, and Colonel Deeparde is submissive, having a short time since been accused of Secession proclivities. I neglected in my last letter to notice tbe reception of a large box. of sandry valuable articles, contributed by tbe ladies of Lock land to tbe bojs from that place in Captain Kuseeii s company, uuibrie urays. Here the document: "LOCKLAND, October 15, 1861. ; 1 "TolheBraf Bov. from LocUani, Beading mi Vicin ity in the Sixth Ohio Sediment : "Dear Friends : Herewith yon will please find a box containing sundry articles con tributed by your lady friends in this place and vicinity.. They have heard with much pain and regret of your sufferings for tbe want of these comforts, but bare not turned a deaf ear. You will no doubt think that your friends in Ohio have almost forgotten you such is not tbe case. Allow me to as sure you that their brave sons have been up permost in their minds. Tbe reason for not sending relief sooner, is because we bad messenger to send by that we thought reli able, and to send by public conveyance is very uncertain way. In this case Lars Anderson, Esq., has very liberally offered to deliver them in person. We bave such short notice that we can not prepare as we would wish. We bave a great many ladies knitting and making comforts, which will not be ready for several days, bat whic h we hope will be by the time yoa need them. We appreciate your good work pray that you may be spared to reach your homes again, and hope tbe time may soon come when peace and quietness will reign throughout the whole land, but not until every rebel against this great and glorious Government shall bave lain down arms. "We wish these distributed among Lockland and Reading boys and those tbis vicinity. And, friends, should yoa anv thine else for vour comfort, iust let old fnendd know it, and they will do all their power for your welfare. "With many well wishes, we remain, your friends, "ibe Ladies oi Lockland, oy "W. H. BLAIR." is The Lockland and Reading boys were trnlr proad of the attention shown to them, wished me, in their behalf, to return their unfeigned thanks to those ladies wbo so kind. ' Tbe goods were received at a opportune moment, frost being on the ground tne following morning nan an men uiick. We nope soon to know positively aa whether we are to winter, here; if so, can, by patting up log huts, make ourselves pretty comtortabie, provided we can get to keep body and soul together. ALF. BURNETT. for I on on UUi un- Habbob Floatiho Statios-bodsi It found that the present national difficalties bave greatly increased the duties of the York barbor ponce, ana tne ntsi steam Deer has been purchased and ia being trans formed into a floating police station, and to be fitted with oflioee, cells, ample appar atus lor extinguisning nres on suipwwu, Ac. and will also be employed in transport ing police in any emergency.' The efficiency of the force will thus be greatly increased. Besides tbe regular business of watching water thieves, she will keep a sharp lookout for contraband and slave ships, Ac, and render assistance, when required, to tbe authorities. . . - Cottob i Illiboib-v The editor of Toledo Blade bas been shown by Mr. Joseph Tollman, of that city, a pal of cotton on tbe prairie near Pana, III, a station of Illinois Central Road. v It is a sample about one thousand acres raised by a Louisi ana man, whose crop is said to have very good. It is understood that some thousand acres will be grown in that by Southern men text e4QQt i . ' i-. : WAR BUDGET. MEETING UNDER EXTRAORDINAR CIRCUMSTANCES. STAHCKI. One day last week Mr. B.Clark, somewhat notorious in tbis city for tbe violence of his Secession sentiments, wishing to leave town, cunningly devised apian by which to avoid the obnoxious dnty of getting a pass and taking an oath of allegiance to these United States. Going a short distance above tbe city, be found a private means of conveyance across tbe river, and walking down again to Illinoistown, got aboard the morning train of tbe St. Louis, Alton and Terre Unite Road. Colonel McNeil, Provost-Mttrshal, was leav ing the city lr Washington the same morn ing, and unluckily for Mr. Clark, happened to be on the same train. Uis surprise on re cognizing Mr. Clark was considerable. He was tbe last Secessionist whom the Provost MarBbal bad expected to see with an oath of allegiance in his pocket. He either concluded that Clark didn't bave any or else regarded it as so much of a curiosity that he requested tbe privilege of looking at it. Bat Mr. Clark didn't see by what authority he was boand to Bbow his pass, and was not at all anxions to accommodate the Provost Marshal. When the train reached Terre Haate tbe proper authorities, oa information from Colonel McNeil, took tbe Secessionist into custody, and sent him back by the first train to St, Louis. He is now in the military prison. St, Louit Democrat of the ith. THE REBEL BATTERIES. The Potomac Creek is defended by two batteries, one at the top of the bill and one hidden by woods rower down tbe creek. On Thursday evening our battery opened upon the George Paige with Parrot tea-pounders. Tbe Shipping Point battery returned the fire, doing no damage, though tbe firing continued two hours. On that evening nine vesecls ran the blockade. SINGULAR. Civilians are often pnzzled in reading re ports of battles to understand bow it is that a thousand troops in a body can stand " the galling fire of tbe enemy" for an hour or more, and come oat with but two or three killed and a balf a dozen wounded; or bow tbey can "mow down tbe enemy at every shot ' for a long tine and yet not kill over a baker's dozen of them. We may be mis taken, bat it seems as if there was at this time tbe greatest amount of slaughter for tbe iniurv done that tbe world ever saw. Hardly a skirmiBb takes place that is not a " irreat buttle," and we seldom hear of a success of Boy kind that is not a complete rout," at tended by tbe capture of "all the enemy's camp eauipaee. guns, ammunit 0". & '. As we progress in the war, we suppose these things will come to be better understood. Toledo IS Lade. [To the tune of the mediaeval person in that Line] [To the tune of the mediaeval person in that Line] I. Gaily the bully b y smoked his cigar, A, be as nustenmg on to tne war, Sinaing "to Seceah Land thither 1 go ; Bebut-la, rsbuels, fi.bt all you know 1" [To the tune of the mediaeval person in that Line] I. II. Lize for the bully boy gave nary weep, Knowina full well that he'd his promise keen. And make her his little vi:o, so this was hor song "Dully Dot l Duuyuoyi come ngfct along 1" DEATHS OF SOLDIERS. The following soldiers died at Washington on Friday last : George Douglas, Company G, First Michi can Rifles, at Camp Union. Edward Miller, Twelfth Pennsylvania, at the'Union Hotel. Reuben Rutelotte, Company D, Fourth Kboae island, at tne uouege. John Lewis, Company C, Sixteenth In diana, at the Patent Office. A. Ilanar, Company D, Fourteenth New York, at tbe Seminary. James E. Peyton, Company K, Nineteenth Indiana, at tbe Eruptive Hospital. A BRIGHT SENTINEL. is new recruit was placed on guard a few nights eince. An officer wishing to be satisfied the recruit understood bis duty, walked tbe post and parsed by, meeting with no re sibtance or objection. Looking at the sentry fur a moment, he asked him if that was tbe way be performed bis duty. , "Oh, Impel forming my duty,' was reply. ''What did you let me pass for? Didn't sergeant give you tbe countersign t " I know nothinic of your countersign.' was the reply, "but the sergeant told me that tbe first man who came along would give brandy and wine, and not a d d drop either bave I seen, altbougn bait a dozen bave passed me. Hang the wine; I only want tne brandy. Tbe pass cord was "Brandy wine," and the new aspirant for military honors had only comprehended it in the sense probably most tumiiiar to mm. - . THE BLOCKADE. a Several clerks at the Treasury Department at Washington are engaged in a search historical precedents on the question of right of the Govern ment to reopen particular ports during tbe period of a blockade of own coast. Tbis oircumstaoce is regarded bere aa an indication of tbe probable intentions of tbe Government in reference to South. , . - SUTLERS' EXPEDIENTS. his the Among the many expedients adopted sutlers to sell contraband liquor to soldiers, one is exceedingly novel. They drop a couple of peaches in a bottle of whisky, and sell compound for "pickled peaches." A more ineverent expedient is to have a tin made and painted like a hymn-book, and "Tbe Bosom Companion." WAR NEWS AT WASHINGTON. REBEL SIGNALS. in .and were A regular system pnt in operation every night upon the shore.- Responses from Maryland now seldom attempted. GENERAL BCOTT'S ESTATE BBQTJB8TBBBD. W e learn to-day that shortly before his General Scott obtained positive information that bis entire estate, all which is situated in Virginia, haa been seized and sequestered for the benefit of the called Confederate Government. RESIGNATIONS. to we sup plies - Ohio. Twelfth Reeiment Captain riale W. Doan; First .Lieutenant W. Coune. - Twenty-sixth : Regiment Captains J. C. Smith and W. C. Appier. Twenty-eighth Regiment First Lieuten ant PhiL Wiek. Died. New York Forty-ninth Captain Haaselaa Dickinson. MORE EDWARDS' FERRY VICTIMS. New tag is I IFonrteen bodies of soldiers, doubtless brought down by tbe flood from Harrison's Island, bave been taken from the river the Arsenal and the' Chain Bridge. But one of them was recognized. All been buried by the Government. ' CLAIMS AGAINST THE WAR DEPARTMENT. for will Fed eral ' the grown tbe of been tea State Persons having claims against the Department should bear in- tnina mat siderable delay ia tbeir settlement is Ail accounts of Indian disburse ments, the pay of tbe army, expenses of crnitinor. for ordnance, ordnance stores, senals, armories, Ac, most paaa through office of the Second Auditor of the Treasury. The clerical force of that office, which is law restricted to tbe number necessary the peace establishment, Is, of coarse, entirely inadequate to tbe enormous demands made upon it by the increased expenditures, One of tbe first duties ol Congress will provide for an immediate addition to force. All claims are registered as received, end attended to io order, as rapidrv as BY TELEGRAPH. NIGHT DISPATCHES. LATEST FROM MISSOURI. Failure of an Effort to Induce General Fremont to Remain. .Arrival of General Hunter. GEN. FREMONT LEFT FOR ST. LOUIS. The Enemy Approaching In Superior Numbers. Jk. J1ATTLK IMMINENT, gen. Mcculloch in the advance. RUMORED SUSPENSION OF GENERAL FREMONT'S REMOVAL. [Special to the St. Louis Democrat.] SrBiNoriRLD, Mo November 3. General Fremont bes been induced to delay bis departure until the arrival of General Ilnnter, who is expected this evening. Uenerai i ope arrived mis morning. Jiltorts are being made by friends of Fremont to in duce bim to remain with the army, even in a subordinate capacity. Atany ot bis stall omcers are anxious to stay until after a battle, and Colonels Love- joy, of Illinois, ana starks and Hudson, ot ndiana, win do so wbetber tbe Uenerai does or not. The enemy is reported moving north from Casaville, and General McKinstry is just about to start wltb a considerable body of cavalry and artillery to make a reconnois eance in force. LATER. Novibbeb 4. The efforts to induce Gen. Fremont to remain with the army, to act in tbe coming battle in a subordinate capacity to General Hunter, have failed. General Hunter arrived durincr last nieht. end General Fremont and most of his staff departed to day. . Uenerai uunter nau an interview of aa hour and a balf with General Fremont this morning, in which the latter gave the for mer all tis intelligence in reeard to tbe position of the enemy, sc.. and laid before bim tbe plan of battle decided upon by him self and the commanders of divisions. Their council of war was held last evening. Tbereconnoissance in force determined on yesterday was postponed just on tbe eve of its departure, by order of General Fremont. A scout wbo arrived last mgbt reports tbe enemy moving slowly in this direction. Mo Cullocb bas tbe advance, and oa riday was ten miles this sideof Casaville, so that by to day tbey must be very near us. A battle is imminent at every hour. The enemy g-eatly exceeds oar force, but no fears are felt for tbe result. Our army is all here now except ing Uenerai Hunter s division. Tbe .Body-guard and Holman s abarp- shooters were the only troops that left with General Fremont. General Anboth accom panied the General, and Acting Brigadier' UrDerai uarr nas taken commana oi nis di vision. Colonels Love joy, Starks and Iluilson, late of fremonl a stair, woo remain bere to par ticipate in any battle which might take place, have received appointments on General Hun ter's staff. St. Louis, November 6 The members of tbe Commission to investigate claims against i be Government in the Western Military Department, are all arrived, and will proba bly enter upon lueir duties immediately. Tbe rumor bas gained much currency to day that orders. for Fremont's removal had been suspended for the present by General UcClellan, with the President's sanction. Lower Potomac-Great Suffering Along the Rappahannock. me of for tbe Wasbinotob, November 6. The steam feirj-boat Stepiig Stone, recently purchased by tbe Government in New York, ran the blockade ol tue 1'oiomac Kiver last nignt, and was not firtd upon by tbe rebel batteries. Ibe teppig alone is similar in construe tion to the rebel steamer Geo. Paige, and about the same in size, drawing from- three to tbree and a half feet of water only. She was enabled to hug tbe Maryland shore pnssing the batteries. Tne Stepping S4one pas-ei d a pongee, also bound up. Fugitives represent that tbere is great suf fering in the Rappahannock region of Vir ginia, tor want ot food, clothing, auoes, Ate. Tbere is dow a rebel battery at Acquia Creek, a lew bundled yards nonb of tbe old one, and abells were tired tront it j ester- da j, apparently to try tbe range. Tbere Hie indications at uatlnias l'oint tl at h? r b-ls are at work tbere, possibly be way of intrenching. the Rappahannock. [Special to the New York Post.] News from Richmond-Another Rebel Fast-The Rebels Frightened at the Naval Expedition. i by the can, la beled Washington, November 6. Richmond papers of Monday, just received here, make no mention oi tue landing oi tne naval ex pedition on tbe Southern coast. It is quite clear, bowever, from the tone of tbe South ern press, that the movement of the fleet created the most intense alarm among rebels. Tbey are aoxioneiy awaitiog Intelli gence ot tbe oiow tnat is to oe struck. QJeff Davis has appointed Friday, Novem ber 1&, as a day ot tasting and prayer. Massachusetts Election-Political Prisoners Discharged. Vir ginia are re tirement. of so- Aga- P. 1 Bobtob. November & Tbe Republican State Ticket is elected by thirty-two thoa sana majority. iDoin orancnes 91 tne Legis laiure are larirely Kepuoncan. i . . I'arser H. r reocn nas been sent to t Warren by orders from Washington. Tbe following political prisoners were dia charged at Fort Warren this afternoon, after having taken the oath of allegianoe: Captain H. L. Shields, formerly ot tbe United states Armv. arrested October 25; Wm. Gilchrist. arrested in Philadelphia, September 25; Eakins, of Richmond, .Va., arrested in Phil adelphia, August 14: Peter Riley, of Charles ton, B. u., arrested eeptemoer i-i. Rebel Escaped-Selling of the Alleged Special Commissioners. I be tween have Nbw Yobk. November 6. A special Wash ington dispatch says soma rebel prisoners - . a e .1. . niJ u,.:lA:nA OtVBpcu I1VJU U1V VIU V.VIWI UUIIIUII night. The Pro voet-Guard ia in hot pursuit. The steamship Atnea sailed " to-day Liverpool with forty passengers, among whom were Archbishop Hughes and Tburiow Weed. General Scott, it is understood, in Saturday's steamer. 1. -i. ,.-.i A Balloon Going South. War con un avoidable. Clabksbdbo. Va.. Novesaber 6. A balloon passed over thia place at half-past five this evening, going oat-aast. . could plainly disungvusn a. man 1 waving flag from the balloon. , . . . ;) , ... s Baltimore Election. the by nnder "Baltimore, November 6. The election turns in this c'.tyindicate that AnguBt Bradford, the Union candidate for Governor, and tbe wr.ole Union ticket, nas front thousand to fifteen thousand majority. The Bank of Albany. be to the poBji,- Albany. November 6. A dividend forty-six and one-balf per cent. Is declared vjn ail demands allowed against the Bank I Albany, payable to-morrow at the Exchange Wisconsin Election. Milwavkii, November C The State elec tion pasted, olr quiet y. City of Milwaukie p-td County ive 3,500 Democratic majority. Returns so Ur ftora the State indicate tbe election of L. P. Harvey, Republican, for Governor, by a large insjurity. It is thought the whole Republican State ticket wiLl ba elected. Tbe removal of Fremont wai received with much regret, and seoms to be the ab sorbing topic. New Jersey Gone Democratic. Tbknton, Jn has gone Democratic. The returns are not yet all in, but suflicient to make it certain that the Democrats will have a majority in both branches of the Legislature. The House is composed of sixty members, and tbe Sen ate twenty one. The footings at tbis time are: Senate, eleven Democrats, ten Repub licans. Honse, thirty, one Democrats, twenty three Republicans and one Union. Later from General Nelson-A Fight Imminent near Petersburg. Matsvillb, November 6. A gentleman from Prestonburg says General Nelson has taken possession of that pl.tce and bad ad vanced six miles beyond, to Licking Station, and was still marching on. Tbe pickets of the enemy were ten miles ahead, where tbe rebelc. three thousand strong, were expected to make a stand, uenerai nelson expected to come up to them yesterday. near Petersburg. More About General Wool's Resignation- Traitors in Fortress Monroe. Nbw Yobk. November 6. A letter to the CommertiaL from Fortress Monroe, says the resignation of Wool is anticipated there. It also says tbere is excellent autbority tor saying there are two field-officers at the fort, a Major and Lieutenant-LOionei oi artillery, wbo are lavoraote to tne reoei cause. Unsuccessful Attempt to Burn a Vessel- Number of Prisoners at Richmond & Savabbah, November 5. A dispatch in a Richmond paper says a Federal frigate at tempted to burn a vessel aground on War saw beach. The attempt failed, and the frigate retired. lbere were L7ii federal prisoners at Itich- mond on Saturday. Beauregard Gone to Charleston. Philadelphia, November 6. The Balti more Sun says Beauregard was at Gordons- vine, v lrginin, ua muuu&y, uouuu to uaarie? ton. The Newt Sheet has a statement from Annapolis that eleven thousand troom are gathered there to be sent South as soon as the transports of the expedition return. Fatal Accident. afternoon two workmen were killed and ont seriously injured by the blowing op of a building at the Bridesburg Arsenal contain ing fulminating powder. The President Burned in Effigy. Zamsvillk, November 6. Considerable excitement bas been created here this even ing by the burning of an effigy of President Lincoln. [COMMUNICATED.] LEXINGTON, KY, November 4, 1861. is in in has the To the Editor! of the Dailv iVca; The newspapers of your city are pitching into the Administration severely because it is down on Fremont. Now it is apparent tbat ibe Jtaminisirauon is a weak concern; but if the President had not receded from the principles of Fremont s proclamation there would now be few Union men in Kentucky. It did much to alarm our people, and their reluctance to enlist proceeds from tbe dis trust tbey feel as to the final success of tbe Abolitionists in controlling the Government. Kentucky loves the Union and tbe Constitu tion, and is as patriotic to-day as any State in tbe Aortn, couiu sne teel tnat toe consti tution is to be tbe guide of tbe Government. I am prompted to write these remarks be- cause tbe Abolitionists bave recently been circulating tracts oi a most incendiary char acter among the regiments in the field in Kentucky from tbe North. I will procure and send yon some of them; they are of various titles and character, bat ail bave tbe same tendency, which is to ex cite the Eoldiers to free oar slaves. Tbis causes indignation among our people as well as distrust. If the Government would arrest end imprison a few of the ultra Abolitionists, they -would do a politic thing and an net of justice, for tbey are more dangerous Seces sionists tban the rebel leaders. It would also inspire some confidence in tbe citizens of the Blave States, that the North would not abuse tbeir power after they put down the rebellion. Tbe people in tbe slave States are something like yourselves not altogether governed by fear. They bave honor, and wben it is insulted tbey will bgbt. And you will find in a few months, if the Abolitionists take advantage of their position, to interfere with slavery in Kentucky, that the regiments now enlisting of citizens of that State will turn tbeir arms againBt the regiments you bave tent us ana go wun tne oouin. Individually, I do not know any thing would not rather submit to tban a Cotton State Confederacy, but it is a duty to caution you against tbe fanaticism which seems feel no restraint. It your people could see what slavery is ia Kentucky, yoa would feel different about it. They are less than one fittb of the inhabitants. Tbey are owned by wealthy people, wbo are generally kind to them, exacting little), clothing and feeding them well, and providing good houses them to live in, making tbeir condition more comfortable tban poor laborers generally among us. When let alone they are happy as any members ot our families, we are in no humor to be interfered with ciazy lunatics, who can notknow what is duty, because tbey have never discovered what that obligation imposes on themselves. A UNION MAN. on the lA. IO. M tot goes Injured Wbiat at ths Wbst. From va rious parts of the country we bear reports concerning tbe wheat crop of many farmers tbat are not at all encouraging. Everywbere an immense crop ot nrsi rate wneat grown. Tbe hopeful predictions of an firecedenttdly rich harvest tbat were ished early in the season, are not contra dicted by tbe result. But a large number farmers have not the amount of wheat dispose .of nothing near tbe amount that tbey at one time boped; and lu cases wnere they have the number of bushels that calculated on, it has been found to be sadly depreciated in value, roe straw grew rank aa to make it Impossible to put it barns even where barns are ased and so was stacked in tbe open fields. We are sured by persons who know about it, stacks or wbeat-neaas are irequenuy to seen tbat are grown till tbey are as green the straw was in May. Chicago Put. large We a re W. ten of of , Lit Ua Look at thc Bright Sidi a kebt. A correspondent of the Sandusky Regitter, writing about grumblers, aayat W by not look on the bright side of things? We bave bad a defeat, it ia true, but enemy report their carnage greater than do ours. Bat think of tbe good news bave bad daring tbe week pait. Springfield and Lexington recaptured, Jeff Thompson and Zollicofier defeated, and Romney taken. We have beard too that the enemy badly repulsed at Fort Piokeos, and at tbree prizes have been taken on the Our arms bave been very successful, very niucb. no doubt, to the fact tbat McClellan bas drawn tbeir attention exclusively to tbe Potomac. The loss l.eesburg will not strengthen the nearly o much, as t,he gru.rn.uUng of our 1 pvoule, AD VEKT I SEMENTQ . . r J - t - t t i- nscim it -Tme rouowm um i - Advertisements, not .xcerdlng Ave Mb, (afaea Vll, ,t,"" -- I 9 '"""""as tl .wm i... B S)W WSj HIS SUISSE Larger advertisements Inserted at the fblloarhaat iat . per sutlers of ten laneet : SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER IVILSGrVS Sowing - IMachmoa FEICKd BSOUGEDI nrwt WHElLkt ate asrii.sieisi atpfysr- inu-aiAv;aiA.t lUJll-JBl, nana gatal all thai, sniia st law witt. leerintiua saiuitirM. torera, Btoyoae tkal the pnblla ska'l be beaePteal Iberelj, and have accordingly REDUCE!) IBs) l-RlOtS of their rViwtnE-macnlaea. Having auado, tit over sn years, tks at oat an, alar ramli, H,'in.-n-hm In the ooiatry, aw Bowemplylra tl.doe.l'd In thlr bnataeas, sad making Oft I ti I N ' BED MAiilllNBe par Bar they are prepared with em a eitraordleary fccll. tier Bad eiaerlenoaio guarantee io the pre awes entire stiction. 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