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There wtq be no AavlaUoa from toe tort
■slag scale of rates.
Chicago Cribmw.
Returns from Minnesota have come in at
laht, end the gallant North Star State adds
the top fchcaf to tbe harvest of Union Tic
tuics. The Union Republican ticket lias
swept the State by at leastlo,ooo majority,
5i not more. Both branches of the Legis
lature will he Republican nearly unani-
Upon tlie inside of this issue will be
found important. Ictteis from our corres
pondents at Coiinlh and Nashville—full of
interesting facts. The apparent movement
of Gen. Sherman upon Tuscumbla was
(lily a feint by means of which he safely
crossed the Tennessee, and is now well on,
his way to his destination. We do not, as
previous news would seem to have indica
ted, hold the whole, hut -only -one side of
Lookout Mountain. But that ride, com
manding the liver, opens ono line of sup
plies tnd secures the safety of our army.
The invalid soldiers in the Memphis
hospitals have addressed an eloquent letter
of thanks to the ladies who have been in
strumental in getting up and carrying
through to success the great Northwestern
Pair, which has just closed. Thousands
cf blessings will come from the camps and
hospitals for the noble work these large
hearted ladies have done.
Crisfidd, the Union candidate, has been
elected by over 1,000 majority in Mary,
land, thus making four unconditional
Union and emancipation Congressmen
JVcm that State.
At Inst comes the glorious tidings from
Charleston harbor that the old flag once
more waves over Fort Sumter, on the very
fj-ot where H was first degraded. It is an
omen full of cheer that on the very spot
first surrended to the rebel forces, the au
thority ot the Government has been estab
lished and that the grim old fortress,
cghinst whose walls the first gun was fired,
now stands in ruins with the Stars and
Stripes waving over it, symbolical of the
lute of the bogus Confederacy. In a mili
tary point of view its capture is unimport
ant save os a new base of operations and a
cover for our gunboats.
From Atlanta comes another rebel wail
full of despondency. The energy of Grant,
Thomas, Burnside and Hooker, has filled
the rebels with dismay, and they already
begin to shudder for the safety of melr
As a portion of Gen. Hooker’s opera
tions, the accovmts ot the battle of the
Wuuhalrhpe will be found full of interest.
Our troop* u hared gallantly and won a
decided victoiy.
The official returns from the election in
tbis county show a Union majority of
4 816.
Burnside’s recent expedition,. having
been entirely successful, he is again on
the tramp, but the destination is not given.
Wherever Burnside toms up, however,
somebody will be hurt
The Ohio conspirators have been in
dicted, the court charging, among other
things,a plot to rescue Morgan, the prison
ers from Camp Chase and Camp Douglas
in this city; also a plot to sieze the U. S.
steamer Michigan. When the case comes
to trial, copperheads will'd© well to stand
frrm under. We understand
inent Chicago ones are already packing
up for a prolonged journey.
The communication from Mrs. Chad
bourne, •which we printed in out issue of
Saturday, exposes the libel attempted to be
fastened upon the Sanitary Commission by
the secession organ in this city, and thor
orgLly refutes the derogatory charges
made against its officers and the ladies who
ate instrumental in fulfilling its purposes.
Hrs. C. brands as false the entire statement
set forth in that paper. It was not neces
sary that the characters of Judge Skinner
and the other officers of the Commission
should hare been purged of the grave of
fences imputed to them by this disloy
al paper. Eveiy one acquainted with
them knows them to be honorable, high,
minded men, incapable of duplicity in a
cause so sacred; but in accomplishing
this end and in driving home the lie upon
these secession editors, Hrs. C, at once
discloses and lays bare to the public, the
animus with which they coined these fab
rications. They were conceived and
printed in the spirit of disloyalty and ha
tred to the soldiers. It was only another
act of the firc-in-tbe-rear programme
which they threatened when the war
broke out. It was expected to prove a
bomb shell in the midst of the great Sani
tary Fair, which would at once blast its
prospects, stop further contributions, pre
vent attendance and thus cut off the sup
plies which the results of the Fair would
pour into the garners of the Commission
for the benefit of the soldiers. The at
tempt miserably failed. The Fair has
been a signal success and will cany un
numbered blessings to tbe camp and the
hospital. The secession sheet stands con
victed again of disloyal practices.
New Work*
The Tribune of Thursday morning has re*
tains from filly counties, 'which gave a Union
majority of 28,744. Seymour, last fall, had a
majority in the same counties of 11*253.
Union gain, 39,997. The ten counties to hear
Irom gave aUnion majority last fall of 8,855
They have probably not given less than 5,000
to 0,000 now. The Union majority in the
State can hardly be less than 35,000.
Leoiflatcee.— The legislature, according
to the latest reports, will stand as follows;
Union. I Copperheads.
, 68 (Boose. 40
3111 49
Union majority on joint ballot 62.
There will hardy he any difficulty In arrang
ing cither brarch of the Legislature this year*
Murphy oi Erie, and Field of New York,
leaden of the mob in the House last winter,
are neither of them members of that body
this year.
One of the gratifying results of this elec
tion is the management of the Canals to the
Unionist*. Seymour and hi* Lieutenant
Dtrieß. Floyd Jones, are *tho only copper
heads left in the rations State Department*.
Bbooklvk.—This city did nobly at the late
(lection. In 1802 ft garc Seymour 6,199 ma
jority. It now gives lese than 2,000 majority
to the copperhead ticke% and elects Colonel
Alfred M. Wood, Mayor, by 1,600 majority
over the copperhead candidate.
The Cities.—Last year thirteen cities *in
the State, including New Tort and
gave Seymour an aggregate majority of 43,498.
This year the same counties gave an aggre
gate copperhead majority of 22,489. Union
gain, 21.009.
Sew Jemr
New Jeieey 1b slowly gravitating toward
the right tide. The election on the 2d instant
was only for a part of the Legislature sufl for
county officers; yet • the Unionist* gain one
Senator, (only eight were elected,) and elect
20 members to the Assembly to 39 Democrat*,
and one yet doubtful. Laat the House
was 16 Union to 40 copperheads. We gain,
therefore, five or six representatlues; and we
guin largely in the popular rote.
Railroad Inlelllgencei
New Toxik. Nor. 7,— The New Tork Trl
-Imne says: The Harlem Railroad Company,
at a special meeting, last night, resolved to
double-track their road to Albany, at a cost
of $4.000,000; $2,000 OCO of the earnings are
to be taken, and $2,000,000 derived from the
eale of new stock. No stock is to be sold
until the second track U laid to White Plains.
The stock is to be offered to the old share
holders, pro rata, by public advertisement.
Enouph stock will be retained to lay their
track to the Battery in Nbw Tork.
1 ' * - r .<•'• ■■■ ■ - -• ,{• >r ir*\f ■■
The Election in Minnesota.
O,COO Majority forthe Union
Singularly enough, both telegraph and mail
foiled to bring ns the intelligence of the de
cided Union victory in Minnesota. Our St
Paul exchanges, at this late date, fumbh ns
however, with returns enough to Indicate
that the State has gone for the Republican
Union candidate by at least 10,000 majority,
and pOEsibly atlil larger. Tbe city of St Paul,
the stronghold of coppcrheadlam In that State
has been earned for the Uinon ticket by 235
sujolity, against 500 copperhead majority last
year. Barnety county give® 500 majority,a gain
of 1,000 over last year. Every man on the
Unlcn ticket In this county was elected, with
the exception of the candidate for Treasurer.
Dace lab, one of the strongest copperhead
counties in the State has given a majority of
between 200 and SOO for the Union ticket.
Hennepin ccunty gives about 225 Union
.Scott county gives Welle b the copperhead
canoidate for Governor about 265 majority.
Carver county goes copperhead by a very
small majority. -/
Nictllct county foots up the handsome
Unicn majority of3oo.
Washington county also rolls up 300 Union
Wright county gives 272 Union majority
Stearns county, as iar as heard from, 112
• Union majority.
Sice county 28S Union majority—a large
An oh a county gives 100 Union majority.
Htustoa county, from the returns as fiu* as
received, has gone copperhead. Two Repub
lican Senators are certainly elected.
Manomia county, with a population of
about a dozen persons, cast about fifty votes
tor Welles and the copperhead ticket. •
Returns are only rccived irom one town in
Sibley county, which gives Welles, (Cop.) 49
Sherburne county gives a large Union ma
From ell appearances the Legislature will
be almost unanimously Republican in both
The Union majorities in the principal towns
are «. follows:
.325 Clearwater GO n
. 31 Faribault 73
.60 Richland 88 a
. 74 Anoka 137
lOC Hasting* U5
.78 St AtiUIOB7 19 :
. 99 Winona 90
.US RcdWlng. 135 a
St Paul
Bull water....
The only event calculated to mar the grand
result In Minnesota is the election of D. S,
Horton, a copperhead Senator in Winona
county, a who having formerly acted
with the Republican party was enabled to
draw cfl a sufficient umber cf Union votes
to elect himself by. an Insignificant Union
majority. It la the last time he will be en
abled thus to slink into office through the
back door.
Thus Minnesota, the North Star State, the
ghna of Hew England, sends greeting to
ler elder sister State?, that she too stands
by Old Abe and the Administration and by
htr emphatic vote endorses every measure
which has been adopted for the suppression
of the rebellion.
Union Majority In 45 Cpnntlca, 23,285
The following is the result of the recent
election in forty-fire counties, compared
with the tame counties in 1863:
Conrties. Union. Cop. Union. Cop.
Adams 878 .... 3,797
Brown 881 ...1 681
Boreas 3.200
Champaign 650
Clinton... HD
Colee 200
Cook.’ .*.* 6,«0 ... 1,751 ...
Dewitt SO 114
Douglas SOO ... 158
Eflinutam. 60 .... 687
P.yette 250 .... 780
Fold « ... 26
O.ntdy 400 ... 290
Hancock 100 1,384
Henderson 850 ... 88
lioqnoiß 700 ... 3M
Jo Daviess 800 ... 11l
K&tkakec 784 ... 089 •
LaSalle 1,041 ... .... 273
Livingston 450
Logan... ............ 818 ... 49 ...
McDonough.... 5 ... .'••• 514
McHouy? 14«0 ... 141*
Macon.... SCO ... 273 ...
McLean 1,800 ... 694 ...
Madison.... 261 ...
Marshall 181 ... «... 79
Mercer 200 ... 169
Morgan 1. 260 ... 497 ...
Moultrie 170 ... .... 297
Peona 140 .... 865
Pike 75 1,063
Pntrain 300 ... 127
Bock Island 460 ... 47 ...
Sangamon 575 ... •••• 881
St.Clair 1,444 .... 150 „ ...
Shelby 600 .... 1,863
Staik.. 600 ... 235 ...
Strpuesson 600 ... 803
Tart well 250 ... 843 ...
Yeimllllos 624 ... .... 81
Warn* 600 80
Whiteside 1.000 ... 1451
Will 400 100
.44,207 1,906 11,738 11,722
<5 Counties.
Unicn majority, 38,801; In the same
counties hut year the Union majority was 16.
Union gain, 89,888*
Hsjorityln SO Counties 12,436*
Counties. Lewis. Palmer. Harrcy. Fer.
Brown tOO .... ISO
Columbia 1,500 .... 1,184
Crawford 60 .... .... _ 98
Dodge 1,200 .... 1,255
Dane 600 .... 485 ....
Fonda Lac TbO .... 145 ....
Orem Lake IJOO .... 383 ....
Grant 8.800 .... 968
Orem 1,000 .... 800 ....
lowa 100 .... 180
Jefferson 100 .... 2SS
Jnnesn SCO .... 29 ....
Kenosha 660 .... 634 ....
LaCrowe 680 .... B*9 ....
Milwaukee VW .... 8,530
Manitowoc 660 .... 258
Maroquette 75 .... 10S
M0nr0e..... 400 .... 517 ....
Onugomie 850 .... 485
Racine 741 .... 290 ....
Bock 8,000 .... 1,827 ....
Richland 800 .... 199 ....
Sauk 1,200 .... 1,048 ....
Sheboygan........ SCO .... 85 ....
Walworth 2,600 .... 998
Washington 2,000 .... ' 1.C83
Waushara, 800 .... 807 ....
Wacpacca 660 .... 6CO ....
Waukesha. ICO .... .... 262
Winnebago....... 1,000 .... 723
SO Counties
.10,811 7,876
Unicnm»JcrityinSocon£tiesl2,436, Union
majority in 1861 in the same counties 4,105.
Unlmgaln Lewis’ majority cannot b«
lees than 20,C00 on the home rote, and 80,000
with the soldiers’ role added.
The Both c*Suultyj-01Bclal Opinion
of tbe CommlMioß
The court of inquiry instituted by speial
cr No. 408, of September IX, 1803, from the
War Department, whereof Major General
David Hunter, United States Volunteers, is
prceiCeut, and which convened In the city ol
St, Louie, Mo., September SI, 1808, “to in
vestigate the circumstances attending the
loss of a large amount of fnnds, by the de- 4
sanction of the steamer Both by fire,” has
reported the following opinion:
After the examination o( many witnesses
and documents, and a careful Inquiry into all
the circumstances of the case, the court is of
the opinion that the steamer Buth was fired
%y an Incendiary. Not for the particular par*
pose—although that may have been an ad
ditional object—of destroying the public
lands on board, but in conformity with whit
appears to be a plan of the rebels for the de
al ruction of the water transportation in the
Valley of the Mississippi, and thus crippling
the movements of our armies.
The Court Ss of opinion that “no Govern
ment officer, or agent of the funds, has been
to blame for misconduct or neglect of duty
in the premises.” . , , . , , .
The foregoing opinion, having bean duly
submitted, is approved, and the Court of In
quiry, of whlch Msjor General Hunter is Pres
ident, U dissolved.
Scarcity ofSeamcn.
New York, Nor. 7.—The Bercdd 1 * Wash
ington dispatch eayt: “The United States
fctt-am filgate Niagara is ttill lying in Glou
cester ha»bor, recruiting, not yet haring
bean able to obtain a sufficient complement
of stamen to proceed to sea. The Town
Council ol Gloucester, Massachusetts, have
voted an appropriation of S3O 000. to be paid
as bounty to teamen who ah«i| enlist in the
crew of the Niagara, the Nary Department
having no authority to offer bounties for en
listments lathe nary. 1 '
A Complete Official List of those
Horn the West.
The following is a list of Union officers
confined In the Confederate States military
prison at Richmond, Y*.
Col. F. A. Bartlcsos, 100 th 111., captured
Sept. 20,1803, Cblckauiauga.
H. La Favour, 23d ilTch., Sept. 20.15G3,
Click* manga.*
A. X). Straight, 51st Ind., May 3, ISC3,
Rome. #
H. C. Hobart, 21st Wis,, Sept. 20, 1803,
O. C. Jonofion, 15lb Wis., Sept. 20,1803,
W. E. McMftCkin, ;21st lib, Sept. 20,1803,
C. H. Moi ton, S4th 111, Sept. 20,1803, Chick
A . F. Rodgers. 80th 177,, May S, 1863, Rome.
G. Von Reliuricb, 4th Wis , June SO, 18C3,
.Jackson. -
F. S. West, 24th Wis., Sept 20,1803, Chick
G. 6. Arthur, 75th Ind., Sept 20,1862,
W. G. Bril, SStblod., Sept 20,1863, Chick
J. W. Brown,29dHL, Sept. 30,1865, Chick
an aoga. *
G. H. Bilker, 2Ut Mich, Sept. 20,1863,
F. Corie, let Win.; Sept. 20, Cbickamauga.
W. A Downey, sSib Ind., Sept 20, Chlck
X*. J. Dixon, Ist Wle., Sept 20, Ghicka
A. Ewing, l3lh Mich., Sept 20, Cldeka
. W. B. Graham, 10Ut Ind., Sept. 20, Chick,
A H. Goodale, 21st Mich., Sept 20, Cblck
H. 8. Griswold, 11th Mich., Sept. SO, Chick
A. EL Uoltzman, 58thlad., Sept.2o, Chick
W.P. Hornbrook, 42dIo<L,Sept. 20,Chick
C. Helm, 93d HL, Sept 20, Cblckamaugu.
O. Hetrick, 34th 111, Sept. SO. Cbtceamanso.
8. B. Hawley, 35th IU., Sept. 20, CUlcka
H. H. Lemmon, 83d lad., Sept 20, Chlcka
K. G. McFacden, 79th Ini, Sept 20,Coick
T. L. McGee, 51st HL, Sept. 20, Chicka
b auga.
G EL R&nnle, 2d Mich, cavalry. Sept 30,
J. T. Rtevc, Slit Wis., Sept. SO, Chlcka
W. Spencer, 73d lad., April 30, Morgan Co.
£. M. Seeley, Slat llh, Sept 20, Ohicka
A, H. Shaffer, 75th .lad.. Sept. 20, Chlcka
tV. D. Touts, 81st led., Sept 20, Chlcka
H. T. Woodruff, 100 th HI., Sept 20, Chick,
J £. Wooden, 68th Isd., Sept 20, Chicka
E M. Batts,SOthni.,May 3,Rome,
J. P. Collins, 29Lh Ini, Sept. 20, Chlcka
G. H. Fitzsimmons, 80th Ind., Sept. 20,
D. McKeichca, 10th Wis., Sept. 20, Chlcka
J.N. Walker, 73a Ind., Rome.
J. Christopher, ICthU. S. In., Sept. 30th,
T. Clark, 79thm., Sept 20th, Chickamauga.
W. H. Collins, 10th Wis., Sept. 20tb, Chick*
B. F. Campbell, SOth Hk, Sept 20, Chlcka
J.U. Conover, 125 th 111, Sept 21, Mission
RiCge, Tenu. .
C Byron, Sd Ohio, May 3, Rome.
M. Boyd, 73d Ind., May 8, Rome.
£ Boas, 20th HI., May 24, Raymond.
H. R Baldwin, 2d Wis., July 1, Gettysburg.
A. J. Bigelow, 79th Hi., Bept 20, Chicks
Jctm Burch, 42d Hid, Sept 20, Chickaman
A Carley, 73d Ind , April SO, Morgan co.,
W. F. Conrad, 25thIowa,MayS4,Raymond.
P. B. Hart. 19th ltd., July 1, Gettysburg.
B. E. Hawkins; 78th Ilk, Sept. 31, Mission
aiyßldgc, Tens.
F. Handy, 79th Hi, Sept* 20, Chlckamaaga,
B. Harkness, 10th Wls. Sept. 20, Chicka
S. T. Jones, SOlh HI., Hay 3, Borne.
W. H. living, sth Wia, Jane 15, Wlnchea*r
J. Jackson, 23d HI., Sept 20. Chickamauga
W. it Kimball, 73d Ino., Hay 3. Borne, Ga.
H. Kteler, 23d Mich., Stpt 20, Chlckama’s.
E. > T . Lee, 6th Mich, car., Oct 19, Xetfßal
iimore. --
1,236 ....
Hi ...
.... 458
.... 307
E. H. Hall, 73d Ind , May 8, Borne.
D. A. HcHolland, 51at Ind., May 3, Romo.
G A. Mann, -sth HL, Jane 37, Jones co.,
Mise. -
A. J. Makepeace, 10th Ind., July 3, Gettys
C. W. Medcalt, 42d Ind., Sep*. 30, Chicka
J. G. McWilliams, 51st HL, Sept. 30, Chick
air anga.
H. He ore, 4Dlh led.. Sept. 20, Chicka ma’a.
B. 6. Dygeit, ICth Mich., July Ist, Gettys
burg. .... .
M. Ewing, 2Ut Wls., Sept. 20th, Chicka*
Jctn W. Film, slst Ind., Hay 3, Borne.
E Fit, S2d HL, July 2, Gettysburg.
G. C. Gordon, 24th Mich., July 1, Gettys
burg. .
G. W. Green, 19th Ind., July 1, Gettysburg.
C. Gustavason, 15th Wls, SepL 20, Ciiick
J. Goetz, 22d Hieb.. Sept 20, Chickamauga,
A. G. Galbraith, 22a Mich., bept 30, Chick
D. Hay, 30th Hi., May 8, Borne.
A. Bodge, 80th HL, Hay 3, Borne,
A. C. Pace, 30th HI., May 3, Borne. ,
J. D. Phelps, 78d Ind , May 3, Borne.
F. W. Perry, 10th Wls., Sept. 20, Chicka
O. A. Bichley, 73d Ind., Mty 3. Borne.
M. Ruesel, slst Ind., May 3, Borne. -
W.Bow&nd,lad. cut, June 15, Winches
A. Bollins, 2d Wls., July 1. Gettysburg.
J. A. Rice, 73d, 11L, Sept gO.Chlckamauga.
C E. Rowan, 96ih HL Sept 20, at Chicka-,
N. W. Scearce, 51st led, May 3, Borne.
J, A, Schammahon, 43d Ind., Sept. 20,
B. B. Spencer, lOIh Wls., Sept 20, Chlcka-
S A. Spencer, 83d Ind, Sept. 20, Chicka
B. Tomsbkc, 2Cth Wls July 1, Gettysburg.
A. Wilson, 30th 111, May 3, Borne.
W. B. Wright, 30th HL, Hay 8. Rome.
*' J. A. Wtsuake, 73d 111 , May 3,Rome.
JP. Welthmler, 2Ut HL', Sept 20, Chicka
manga. -
W7P. Wands, 22d Mich. Sept 20, Chicka
znauea. -
J. H. Whelan, 63d Hlch., Oct. 15 Chantilly.
J. E. Wilkins, U2th HL, Sept 25, Blce
B. Zeis, 80th HI, Borne.
J. Adams, 80th HL, Hay 3, Borne.
*W. A. Adair, Slit InA, May 3, Borne.
H. Applet let Ind. car., June 9, Brandy
B.W. Adams., 80th HI, Sept. 20, Chlckc-
F. Brownell, 51st Ind, Mar 8, Borne.
J. W. SaxloWjSlat Ind.,May3,Rome. *
J. L. Brown, 73d Ind., May 8, Borne.
W. M. Berro. sth HI. car., June 27, Jones
Co., Mies.
3d. C. Bryant, 42d HL, Sept 20, Chicka
G. R. Surer, sth Mich, cay., Oct. 19. New
<?, W. Buffer, Ist Wis., Sspt. 20, Chicka
C. A. Burdick, 10th Wis., Sept 20, Chick
J. w. Ousted, 23d Ind., May 12. Raymond.
G. A. Coffin, 29th Ind., Sept 20, Chlcka
J. G. Dougherty, 51st Ind, May 2; Borne.
J. A. Delano, 51st Ind., May 3, Borne.
A. T. Dooley, slet Ind., May 3, Borne.
C. D. Dillard, ?th lowa, July 80, Corinth.
John Dugan, 85th Ind., Sept 21, Lookout
Mountain, Tenn. __ -
H. Fairchild, 10th Wis, Sept £O, Chlcka
A. Good. 51st Ind., May 8, Borne.
G. H Gamble, Bth lIL, Sept -23, Madison
Court House.
H O. Gerhurdt, 24th DI, Sept 20, Chicka
John Hood, 80th HL. May 8, Borne.
B, S. Banner, 80th 32L, May 8, Borne.
W. H. Haivey. 51st Indiana, May 8, Borne.
G. T. Banna, 51st Ind., May 8, Borne.
John Hadlemas, 129 th Illinois, June 7th,
Eicbland, - *
Hawkey, sth Mich., June 15th,WInchea-
Eirat Lieut D. N. Hawke*, Winchester.
E. HJpp, 82dHlinois, July 1, Gettysburg.
J. D. Hath eld, 53d Illinois, July 22, Gettys
O. Howe, 21st HL, Sept 2L Chickamauga.
J. Hannon, 115 th 111, Sept 20, Chlckamau
pßE. D. Hinckley, XOlh Wis., Sept 20, Chick
H- Hovey, TOth DL, Sept 21, Missionary
C7T, Hall, 18th Mich., Sept. 20, Chicka
J. A. Jones, 21st DL, Sept 20, Chickaman
J. H. Jenkins, 21eeW2fl.,.Scpt 20, CUcka
B. W. Jackson, 21st
amaugs. _
John King* 15th HL car, May 8, Borne. Gt,
T. D, Kimball, SSth Indiana, Sept. 20,Chlck
£. M. Knowles, 42d lnd„ Sept 20, Chicka
2D&UPU. ■
H. G. Inmbwd, 41b Midi., c»T., July l»t,
No. I—One of Governor Seymour's N*wYo:k
“friends" psuntrevolviog. wsrrar-ted to votuaix
teea time a without re-loading.
No. 9.—The strongly Conservative gentleman
who pe’ slstenUy looks back for precedents in the
treatment of the rebellion.
No. B—The officer who threw up bis commis
sion “when it came to arming niggers.’*
No. 4—The exceedingly hard-shell preacher
who declares the precedent of Oncelmns binding,
and the curse ot Canaan guaranteed by tbe Con*
No. s—'Tbe officer who resigned when little
Mac was relieved.
No. 6—One of the noble army of martyrs from
•Fort Lafayette.
No. 7—One of tbe men who went from Illinois
to Ohio, “ to help Val.”
No. B—The intelligent observer of events who
believes ell be reads in tbe Chicago Timer,
No.!*—The gentleman who declares “a
C B Lodce. 62d 111, July 12. J?ckson.
G. fL Munisey, 12lb lowa, July 11. Jack
A. B. Matthews, 22d Mich., Sept 20, Chick,
an an pa,
W. J Marshall, 51st Ind., Hay 3, Borne,
H. J. Murdock, 73d 2nd., May 8, Borne,
, Wm. HeEvoy, 3d 111.. Aug. 15,- Oxford,
N. B.* McKeel, 21st BL, Sept. 20, Chicka
C. H Morgan, 2UtBL, Sept. 20, Chicka
E. Mono, 79th lit, Sept. 21, Missionary
B. A. Me ore. Cth Mich, cavalry, Oct. 18,
Cha’U&town, Va
C. W. Parry, SOihllL, April SO, L»nd Moun
tain, Ala.
£ Porter, 6lhMlch.cav.,Jolyl4, Williams
6co. Fatten, SSth Wis., July SO, Panola,
C M Bateman, 7th Wis. cav., Oct. 19, Hay
G. W. Robinson, 22d Mich, Sept. 20, Chick
W. X. Eemicry, 51at Ohio, Sept. 20, Chick
G. Scrullennan, 80th XU.
H. W, Sprague, 24th Mich., July 1, Gettya-
John Stcrlirg, 30th Ind., Sept. 20, Chicka
A. W. Barger, 21at HL, Sept. 20, Chicka
J. D. Simpson, 10th Ind., Sept. 20, Chicks
A. W. Thomas, 73d Ind., May 3, Borne.
D. Turner, 118 th Hi., May 24, Bajmond.
*B. Tjlfcr, Cth Ind .June 15, Winchester.
John Turner, 9ih ind . Oct. 18. Charleston.
G. N, Vanreas, 73d Turn, May 3, Rome.
D. L. Wright, 6lst Ind., May 3. Borne.
A. 5. Morder, 51«t Ind., May 3, Borne. ■
W. Willis, 51st Ind., May 8, Home.
J. C. Wooden, T3d Ind., May 3, Borne.
Al Wilber, 2Cth Wis. cav., July 1, Gettys
J. Woods, 82d Ind., Sept. 20, Chlckamauga.
W. L. Watson, 21st Wis., Sepj. 20, Chicka
. S A. Albro, 80th 111., May 3, at Rome.
C. L. Anderson, 3d lowa, July 13. at Jack
£. E. Andrews, 2nd Mich., Soph 30th, at
Chickamauga. t
W. H. Allenward, 10th Wis., Sept. 30, at
A. H. Bcofecs, 73d Ind., May 3, at Romo.
S. H Balia; d, 6th Mich, cav, July 1, at
MM. Bassett, 53d HI, Jnly 13, at Jackson,
J. Biggs, 123 HI., Sept 30, at Chickamau
W. V. Boiler, 10th Wis, Sept 30, at Chick
Wbo were
G. W. Bnltcn, 22d Mich., Sept SO, at
R. J. Connelly, 73d Ind-, May 3, at Rome.
A. N. Callab&u, 'JSd Ind., May 3, at Rome.
J. L. Ccok, Cih lowa, May 13, >t Holly
J. w. Chandler, sthlnd., June 15, at "Win
ch ttter.
J. L. Cox, 31st HI., Sept. 30, at Chlcka
rufiuga, Tenn.
TV. ACulberton, SOihlnd., Sspt. 30, cap
tured at Chickamauga.
. TV. TV. Calkins, 104 th HI., Sept. 20, Chicka
O.L Cole, 51st HI., Sept. 20, Chickamauga.
T. G. Good, Ist Ind. «.av.,
hanncck. »
T. Gross, 21st HL, Sept 30, Chickamauga.
J. B. Gore, 115 th 111., Sept 20, Chlcka
C. N. Green, 44th Hid., Sept. SO, Chlcka
N. E. Hodge, sthHid., June 15, Winchester.
• Geo. Harris,, 79th Ind., Sept. 20, Chlcka
n aug».
W?B. Hamilton, 22d Mich., Sept. SO, Chick
L. Irwin, 7Sth HL, Sept. 21, Missionary
H. V. Knight, 26th Mich., May 10, Monti
J. 8. Kephart, sth Ind. Cav., May 18, Burk
J. *H. Kellogg, 6th Mich., July 14, Wil
J, Kennlston, 100 th Hi., Sept. 20, Chicka
8. Kosch, 100 th HI, Sept. 20. Chickamauga.
C. B Kerth, 10th BL, Sept. 20, Chlcka
F. A. Lnkin, 18th lod., June 4, Vicksburg.
W. H. McGill. Bth 111, May 3, Rome.
H. M. Moon, 6th Mich., Oct 18, Charleston.
J. W. Hundy, 73d Ind., May 3, Rome.
W. J. McConley, 4th lowa Cav., Jane 23,
Black River.
J. B. MeU. 83d HI, July 2, Gettysburg.
B. G. McKay, Ist Mich. Cav., Sept. 33, Mad-
Uon Court House.
J. Massick, 43d Ind., Sept. 33, Chickamauga.
J. Mitchell, 79th DL, Sept. 38, Chickamauga,
£. McGowan,29th Ind, Sept. 38, Cbltica
M. Mahan, 16th U.B.,Sept, 28, Chickamauga.
J. F. Mucky, 15th U. S., Sept. 28, Chicka
L.C Head, 22d Mich., Sept. 28,Chickamauga,
A. H. Makinson, 10th Wis., Sept.SS, Chick
T. B. Prasher, 116 th HI, June 23, Jackson.
B. Powell, 42dHL, Sept. 20, Chickamauga.
J. Perlev,'lßth Mich., Sept 20, Chickamauga.
W. Randall 80th HI, May 3, Rome, Ga.
W. Reynolds, 73d Ind , May 3, Rome, Ga.
A. C. Reach, 15th Ind;, May 8. Rome, Ga.
H. Richardson, 19th Ind., July 15, Gettys
F. W. Sesgar, 18th M., May 3, Rome.
H. Shroeter, 83d 111., July 1, Gettysburg.
E. G. Spalding, 22d Mich., Sept. 20, Chicka
B. H. Tilloteou, 7Sd Ind, May 3, Rome.
J.Tvler, 118 th HI., May 24, Raymond.
H. 0. Taylor, 21st Wis., Sept, Chlckatnau
Thomas Mouther, 18th 18., May 34, Ray
H.B. Whiting, 34th Mich., July 1, Gettys
W. Willets, 23d Mich,, Sept. 20, Chicka
J. Wells, Bth Mich. Cav., Sspt. 27, Athens,
C. H Yates, 9Cth HI., Sept 31, Missionary
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Cincinnati, Nov. 7, 1863.
The Porters, charged with conspiracy, were
arraigned before the United States Court to
day. The grand jury, now in sesrion, have
found true hills of indictment against them.
The indictment is in two counts, and charges
them with treason in endeavoring to release
John Morgan aid his officers from the State
Prison of Columbus, to release prisoners from
the barracks in this city aid Chicago, HI.;
also that they did conspire together to cap
ture the ataemer Michigan on .the Lakes. The
counsel cf the prisoners asked fora week
fre m Monday to put in their plead legs to the
conit. The request was granted. The case
therefore will come up on that day.
Gtn. Buell is in town, but upon what bus!-
ess Is not stated.
From St lonls,
St. Louts, Nov. 7.—Gen. Walbridge, of
Newport, Ky., has Jos*, arrived from an ex
tend* d trip in Southeast Missouri. Be re
ports that pyrt of the State free from organ
ized bodies of rebel troops, but bushwhack
ers continue to commit depredations there,
leased at the late
le pi
Abolitionist, a cu- sed tight worse than a rcbeV*
No. 3C— The military nigger catcher who to
sigted when theEmanc'pallon Proclamation was
No. l*—One of Gov. Gamble's Missouri State
Militia (frem a sketch taken at Lawrence).
No. 12—The solid burgher from York who wel
comed Leo into Pennsylvania. . *
No. IC—One of the Buckeye Committee of levi
tation to John Morgan.
No. U—One of the main pillars of the K. G. C.
Lodge In Posey county, Indiana.
No, 15-The sportive personage who “ went
$ 00 too much on Tab” ,
No. 16—A Slaj-at-Home Banger (miilth), who
intends to go into this war when it is carried on
with a regard for the rights of the South. (Dam
aged iu a plug fight in behalf of Fitz John Porter.)
No. 17—Tbe man who hates Yankees and will
leave New England out in the cold.
No. l&—One of the 900,000 who did not make that
excursion to Canada “ after Val.”
Tlie.Old Flag Waves Over
the Units.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7.—The steamer Salvor
arrived at this port to-day, from Morris
Island, and brings the most glorious Intelli
gence. She reports that she lay off Morris
Irland on Monday; tbe Sd Inst, and left that
nlgbt for HUton Head. On Saturday and
Sunday a teniffic bombardment was kept up
on Fort Sumter by three of our Monitors,and
Forts Gregg and Wagner. On Monday
morning, while tbe Salvor lay off Hilton
Head, Capt. OMSIe), of tbe Invalid Corps, re
ported that news had been received by our
military authorities there, that Fort Sumter
was in our poEiestioo, and occupied by tbe
144 th Pennsylvania volunteers, the Fort hiv
ing been carried by assault. The report was
generally credited by our officers and men.
It is also stated that tbe U. 8. steamer
Fulton bad been ordered to layoff Hilton
Head for twenty-tour hours, to convey the
intelligence to New York. The news was
conveyed to Hilton Head by the U. 8. steam
er Golden Gate, on Monday morning.* fCW
The steamer Salvos, which has been en
gaged in the Government transport service,
arrived at this port from off Charleston this
afternoon, having left there three days ago.
Opt. Matt reports that Fort Sumter had
sunendered to the United States lorces, and
the old flog now floats ever the mins of the
rebel stronghold. After the surrender of the
fort it was taken possession of by the 141 th
Pcsoiylvania. The old flag has been restored
en the very same spot where itwas first de
FonxnESS Monbob, Nov 7 —The Richmond
'WJgct theSUi contains the following dis
Charleston, S. C , Nov. 4.— The bombard
ment of Fort Sumter continues furiously. It
wss kept up all last night, and is still going
on tlismorricg. President has visited
James Island, Forts Pemberton and John
ston, and all the batteries along the shore.
Charleston, Nov. 5. —Thero is slow firing
to-day from the enemy's Monitors and land
batteries. 'Five hundred and eighty-seven
shots have been fired in the last twenty-four
hours. Another iron clad joined the fl:et to
day. The Ironsides still remains quiet. Three
Monitors are taking in ammunition to-day.
Atlanta, Ga, Nov. 4.—The Yankees retain
poßsetsion'cf Raccoon Valley, having been
heavily reinforced. The Yankees shell our
forces incessantly. • Floods In the Tennessee
have demolished all the Yankee pontoons.
The Yankee advance has reached' Florence.
We occupy London, which places us within
twenty-three miles of Knoxville, behind the
defenses of the enemy. The enemy is raiding
the. country near Huntsville, committing
great depredations. Their raids are more
disastrous than any of their preceding ones
In Madison snd Huntsville counties. Bragg
hss it in Ms power to muzzle the telegraph,
butte can’t muzzle the malls. The enemy
has gained important advantages within the
ast forty-eight hours, which, unless they are
conntAMcted, will place the question of sub
sisting his army in Chattanooga beyond
doubt. ~
From ihe Army of tire Potomac.
Washington, Nov. 7,—lt wag reported in
the Army cf the Potomac this morning, that
the enemy was crossing the Rapidan in haste,
probably with avlew of re-occupying Freder-.
Icksburg in force, apparently anticipating a
movement cf the forces* of Gen. Meade to
wards that place.
Gen. Meade has changed Ms headquarters.
New Yobk, Nov. 7.—The Washington spe
cial to the World says:—“ The Army of the
Potomac is at last on the move, and in a di
rection which Indicates the abandonment of
the Warrenton route to Richmond. Winter
quarters are probably In viaw. The present
movement may be a step in the direction of a
quiet abiding place for the troops, where the
blasts of the approaching season may be
foiled by log huts instead of tents.
' “Later.— lntelligence from the Army of
the Potomac does not possess the interest
- anticipated* Two correspondents came near
being captured by guerillas only a short dis
tance from headquarters.
Gen. Stedman, of the Army of the Cumber-
Led, baa jest arrived here from Chattanooga,
and reports everything there In a more satis
factory condition. The capture of Lookout
Mountain insures the permanent occupation
ot Chattanooga against all assaults from the
The Herald has the following;
“Ahmt op the Potomac, Nov. 6.—Gueril
las ore here, and there, and eveirwhere.
Among their most recent victims is Lieuten
ant Hedges, Commissary of Kilpatrick’s di
vision, who was shot yesterday between Ste
vens’ Church and Auburn, on or near the
Warrenton & Catlett’s Station road. His
wound is very severe. I Adjutant Brooks, of
the 7th Wisconsin, inimtry, was captured
yesterday within onr lines,auda cavalry quar
termaster killed by guerillas near Warrenton
•» There is quite a panic among sutlers, who
took goods up to the front yesterday, by rail
road, in violation of the orders prohibiting
the rale of sutlers’ goods iu the army, many
of whom were arrested, their tents closed,
and euch of their goods as were not ordered
by officers, confiscated. Two hundred and
twenty-seven cars came up from Alexandria
yesterday with supplies.”
Philadelphia, Nov. 7.—Tho Inquirer has a
special from Baltimore, saying it is rumored
there that the rebels ore evacuating Rich
Donation to the Soldiers Fan
Ditto*, 0. Nov. 7.—A grand demonstra
tion came'cffhere, to day, In the shape of a
wood and provision procession for the relief
0 f the families ol volunteers. Its extent may
be judged of from the feet that there were
SCS wagons heavily laden with wood, twenty
drays of flour, and sixty wagons filled with
iaizn produce. The procession waa led by
the German Brass Band, of Springfield, and
everything went off with high edat and patri
otism. The demonstration will be repeated
ip January. The donors were farmers, and
dined at the Philips Boose, the guests of
Capture of Guerillas, at Pa
The Sick and Wounded Soldiers at
Memphis to the Ladies of
the Great Fair.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribane.}
Caibo, Not. 7,1663.
Our cavalry pickets statlontd about four
miles outside of Paducah, who arrived here
cn the evening of the sih, met guerilla* com
ing up the road In fullfoice. They started In
pursuit and after an exciting chase of five miles
captured fourout of six. One struggled man*
fully, haring fired both his repeaters, he
diew his sword intending to fight his way out.
The Union force was too quick for him, dls*
armed him and brought him back.
Col. Hicks, commandant ot the post at Pa*
cucbh, has issued a very stringent order rela
tive to citizens and strangers. Over forty
were arrested yesterday and to-day. They are
being held aa hostages for those captured by
Faulkner’s guerillas.
A New Orleans paper of the 20th says that
owing to the small number of steamer arri.
vals, there Is a tear city of breadstufls and pro
visions. Ccm is arriving in considerable
quantities. Receipts for the month of Octo
ber up to the 2Sth were 13 bales and 4,070
sacks of sugar. Sugar crops ore very light,
owing to the scarcity of fuel and labor.
The gueilllre, to day, at BlondviUe, captur
ed two men and two horses. BlondviUe is
twelve miles distant in Kentucky.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Caibo, Not. 7, 1863.
Tbe followlg is a correct copy ot a letter
ircmtick andwoueded soldiers lying in the
hospitals at Memphis:
ITeunns, Nov. 6,1863.
To the Managers of the Northv.f stem Pair:
Ladies : The tick and wounded soldiers in
the hospital at Memphis send yon greeting,
ana through yon wish to return their thanks,
to the women of the Northwest-oar moth
ers, wives, daughters and sisters—for their
efforts to alleviate our wants'and sufferings.
We are deeply grateful for tbe sympathy man
ifested to«aras ns both in words and
cetds. We are cheered, comforted
and encouraged. Though absent, we are
not be forgotten when returned to duty in tbe
field as we trust we soon may be, we shad be
nerved once more.to fight on, until this most
unholy rebellion I* crushed, and the old flag
once more floats over a free, united, aad hap
py people. In the light of your smiles and
this great earnest of vonr sympathy, we also
have an additional incentive to never relax
our efforts for a land whose women are its
brightest ornaments, as well as Us truest pat
riots. May your succes be only measured by
your love ot home and country. In bebalt of
three thousand soldiers iutho hospitals at
Memphis. [Signed.] T, P. Robb,.
Illinois Sanitary Agent.
Cairo, Nov. 7.—The steamer Mary E
Forsyth, with Memphis dates to tbe Itb, ar
rived here this morning. The Bulletin of that
date learns from; citizens of Shelby county,
just eesaped from conecriptora In tbe coun
ties of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton, that
about 500 men, under command of Stevens,
Mon is and Bell," were conscripting 1 and rob
bing. A merchant, named Jones, of Louis
ville, was shot while standing in his own door
beside his wife, on Monday. A party of guer
illas had made purchases at his store, acd
offered In payment Chattanooga money. Ho
declined receiving It. They compelled him to
take it or cone. As they passed out, Jones’
wife remarked that they might as well give
away the goods. Thereupon one of them
turned and fired on Jones, causing death soon
The country is represented in a dreadful
condition. The crops are all destroyed and
many ot the people are dependent on what
they get through the Union lines for their
Memphis, Nov. 5.—C01. Hatch has driven
Chslmers across the Tallahatchie, punishing
him severely. 5
Rlchardecn, with a force reportedfxom 1,500
to 3,000, struck the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad, six miles east of Galesburg, this
morning, burning the trestle work and tear
ing up the telegraph line and railroad. No
particulars are yet received ot this last raid.
Lees force have gone towarfe Decatur.
Roddy and Forrest are reported near lota
Cairo, Nov. 7. —The hospital s earner Mc-
Dougal nos arrived from New Orleans, Octo
her 27th. ‘ Among her passengers is Surgeon
General Hammond, tn route tor Washington,
and about a hundred discharged and furlough
ed soldiers* from Banks command.
From a citizen ot Mayfield, Kentucky, we
learn that the guerillas who captured La
den Anderson, Member of Congress, la the
late raid, assert that he is to be held as a
hostage for Trusteu Polk. Doctor Landren,
State Senator, and Irving 'Anderson, seven
ty yesis old, were amoogihe captured. Toe
rebels bad bloodhounds with them on the
march, used for hunting Union men, and
when caught they murdered them. Eighteen
thousand dollars* worth of goods were taken
from the stores, a train thrown off the track
and fired into, and passengers robbed of val
uables. ' The rebels were commanded by
Faulkner and Newcomb.
The Battle of Waahatchie.
Splendid Gallantry of Our
New York, Ncv. 7; —Tho Herald'a corres
pondent gives the following details of the
late battle at Wanhatchle:
The attack was through a surprise move
ment, and was met by only a very small'por
tion of Gen. Gesry’s command. This had to
tuetain a separate independent fight fornear
ly two hours against heavy odds, without
fortifications cf any kind. Besides, we knew
little of the topography of the ground in the
immediate neighborhood. Wa had Just ar
rived that night, and even received orders to
be under aims at daylight. Although Gen.
Hooker sent 'xelciorcements, with orders to
press forward and make a junction with Gen.
Geary, at the earliest possible moment, yet
still such reinforcements did not participate
in Gen. Geary’s fight. Hod the reinforce-,
ments arrived in time, and still more partic
ularly hod Gen. Hooker’s orders been liter
ally and promptly obeyed, it Is sot at all im
probable that we would have captured a
goodly portion, of one rebel brigade.
Three times the'enemy make an attack in
boldly cbarglrg on Geary’s centre to try and
capture his artillery, and each time they were
driven back signally and with heavy loss.
The fighting by onr men was of the coolest
and bravest character. All attempts to flank
our small force was checked at once. At last
the enemy commenced to retire, all their
wounded that could walk were taken off the
field, the rest being left behind. One ditch
contained about twenty men and two officers.
These were all shot in a line. In all we took
about 76 wounded on the field, and in front
of out line found SO rebel wounded. No
small number of rebel dead lay still in eight,
and were scattered through the woods to the
right and to the left. We took prisoners from
the Ist, 2d, Bd, 4tb, sth, 6th and 7th South
Carolina regiments, the Palmetto Sharp
shooters and Hampton’s Legion* All these
were of Rankin’s division. Capt. .JohnH,
Bowen, Lt. W. F. Narwood and Lieut. F. H.
Molineanx were taken with parts of their
commands. We have taken quite a number
cf rebel non-commissioned officers.
On our side the 187 th N. T. V., Cob Ire
land, 100 th Fa. Vole.,under command of Cap
tain Glbar, and Hlth Fa. Vols., Lt. Col. Wal
ker, were In line on the;front center, and did
the hardest fighting, and were the regiments
that repulsed the enemy’s attacks, both on
the line ard the artillery. The 78lh N. Y.
Vols. and 140 th N. Y. Vols. were on the er
trcme right line, and had some fighting, but
no very serious engagement. The 20th
CoL Richards, was doing the picket duty of
the entire command, and in the first of the
attack met with some slight loss. Some of
ofcnr pickets fell in with the regiments in
lire of battle in detachments and continued
to fight there.
New York, Nov, 7.—A Baltimore dispatch
says: Ci it field la elected by over 1,000 ma
jority, thus making four Union Congressmen
Tbe-Bf ary land Election.
| From Fast Tennessee#
W-isniNaioK, Not. 7.—Tie eipediUoa of
Geo. Burnside's anoy to the northeastern
tower of Tencessreappears to he completed.
The people are reported os exhibiting most
satisfactory signs of loyalty. Gen. Burnside
is again on the zparch,.ln what direction will
toon appear.
Cincinnati, Nor. 7 —A Knoxville dispatch
to the Commercial rays: *'A rebel regiment
crossed the Little Tennessee on Monday, and
was driven bade, by CoL Adams, of the Ist
Kentucky, with a loss of fifty killed and
drowned. Forty wcie captured, including
lour officers.”
Rebel Prisoners Starring*
Fi jiTRESa Monbob, Not 6 —The mall boat
Thomas A. Morgan, fromTorkfcown, brought
down two officers—Major Houston and Lieu
tfrant D. Yon Vcrtzlen—who bad made their
escape from Richmond- The Major was cip
t'uied last July, in North Carolina, and im
prison* d with the Lieutenant in' Libby Pris
on. They made their escape a week ago last
Sunday, by disguising themselves as rebels.
They state that the rebel soldiers are dyta?
of starvation, and were not allowed enough
vf food In a week to support them a day.
From Washington*
■Washington. Nov. 7—Notwithstanding
the attempt to di-crtdlt a portion of tbo Jeff.
Davis correspondence recen'ly published [it
is positively atcertalned that the originals,are
all on file, and in possession of the Govern
The disposition of the Government la to do
everything in its power to relieve the strin
gency in the money market in the great At
lontic cities. Arrangements hive been made
which it Is thought cannot fail to secure this
most desirable end in a few days.
Ont ot Prison.
Gaulet Bridge, Not. 7.—Dr. Wm. P.
Rucker suhed here this morning, much fa
tigued from hunger and exposure. He says
he obtained his escape from prison bv means
of .the key to the debtors’ room. Tne key
was given him by a child- twenty months’ ot
age. Be says It is not true, as stated by the
him In bis escape.
liABER MATlhii.
Singular Discovery*
It happens that the murdered Fernhaber
was a member of tbe Bobert Blum Lodge,
(No. 58,) of Odd Fellows, and tbls lodge ap
pointed a Committee, consisting of Dr.
Schneider and Messrs. Gerlach and Bohn,
who went to tbe cemetery I*st Thursday
afternoon for the purpose of opening the
coffin a second time. Of the murdered man’s
clothes, they found tbe coat and a pair of tbe
pantaloons missing. But tbe most remarks
able put of tbe affair was that they found
conceded «n*onp the clothes in the coffin the corpse
of a child! Tbe Sexton entreated the gentle
men of the Committee, with great earnest
ness, not to eay anything of this discovery.
In connection with tbls fact the Zeititng
very properly remarks: “Here Is indeed
matter for rSfleation! How came the body
of the childrai the coffin ? Was it given for
interment to the same undertaker who took
charge of the corpse cf Fernhaber ? Bid the
parents cf the child pay for a proper coffin ?
Was the dead body of the child laid in the
coffin with that of Fernhaber, or was it the
only contents of the coffin ? There Is some
thirg rotten in Denmark.”
In addition we learn that Ferahaber’a sons
have procured search warrants against the
Bush Medical College and tbe Lind Univers
ity, the results of which have not yet trans
pired. ' ’
A Statement.
I wish to say a few words In reply to Mr. Pat
ton’s letter in the Toibuxu of Saturday Slat. I
baa been extensively published in the papers that
I was s member ox the First Congregational
Church, Chicago, bat it was as to howl procured
my admission moit/so that I appeared, (and not
the chnrcb,} at a disadvantage, 1 sever used tbe
name of Dr. Fatten in my advertisement without
bis consent, (and also tbe two other reverendgeu
tltmin.) And never did he in one instance ask
me to withdraw bis name.
. I jolted the First Congregational Church, not
on the strength of the recommendation In question,
Lut the folio ft ii g &s well:
Wc, the undersigned, ministers of tho Gospel,
certify that Ben Phillips Reynolds, late of Brecon
Collrge,was ordained to the Pastorate of the Con
grcsatiocal Church, meeting at Ebenczar Chapel
H»y, on Tuesday, Juno the twcnty-eecond, one
thousand eight hundred and
mony whereof wc affix our signatures on the same
date. John Morris, Professor of theology and He
brew. Ac., Brecon College Henry D. Griffiths,
Glanroorcan Street Congregational Chnrcb.Brecon.
Callb Qiyion,Plough Street Congregational Church,
Brecon. D. Philip Davies, Congregational Church,
Bullib. Evan Evans. Congregational Church,
Maelsyronen. John H. Hall. Baptist Minister,
Hay. Isaac Could, Wesleyan Min later. Hay. Da
vid Lanlrew, Presbyterian Church, Hay.
The Rev. B. Philips Reynolds, late of Hay
BieekiNockshlre, was a member of the Radnor
shire Association of Independent 2dinlfit:rs, and
Secretary of the Association, I am requested
strongly to recommend him to any similar society
he may wish to join, acd this I can do coucicn
tiously. Dxnkt Hess,
Honlirgton, Kington, Herefordshire.
March ttb.lfitfL .
Ibegleavemost respectfully to say that I well
know the history acd excellence of the Rev. B. P.
Btytolds, and that I can with confidence recom
mend him to the fraternal regards of all with
whom he maybe called to associate, and especial
ly of any to whom the writer may be known.
E. L SaADiuca,
Tabernacle, Pembroke Dock.
April aotbf 1662. ......
I feel great pleasure in bearing my humble but
sincere testimony to the character of the Rev. B.
Philips Reynolds, as an efficient minister of the
gospel, combining in no ordinary degree the ele
ments of a good preacher and faithful pastor. 1
bate bad the privilege of intimately knotring him
for the last stven years, therefore I can recom
mend Mm with confidence.
Jason Jsnktks,
Congregational Church, St. Florence.
June 7th, 1662.
Rev. John Cunulck, Oleaster.
Rev. R. Joy Osborne, TJley Gtouatershlrc.
Rev. Henry Rees, Uley Qlousterahire.
Prof. Owen. London.
Rev. T. G. Stamper, Haverdfordwest.
Rev. D. F. Close, Ruscombe.
Rtv. Thoa. Lloyd, Eoeily Strand.
Rev. Geo S. Mee, Aberdeen. .
Rtv. E. Griffiths, Tenby.
Rev. John Davies, Swamears.
Rev. Joseph Morris, Naxberth.
Rev.Tbos. Griffiths. Landolllo.
Rcv.C Gwlon, Melford.
Rev. W. Thomas, Sardlcs.
Rtv. J. Williams, Pembroke Dock.
Rev. T. Jones, Templeton.
Rev. T. Lodwlck, Zion’s HUL
Rev. D. Matbiss, Saoderspoit.
Rev. Samuel Thomas, fit. Clears.
Those ministers ore personal friends of mine,
{reached for them regularly up to the last Sunday
was in England. The correspondence between
them and myself show how tney eaUmate me.
Meet of them knew I was leaving the country. A
letter from one of them I inclose.
St. Feobrsce, Jan. 3,1552.
Mi Deas Bbotheb: If 50a are at Naibuth please
to write tome by return,teat I may know whereto
address the promised testimonial. Very likely you
can sympathize a little with me in my present
state of mind. Something comes every day to
draw away my attention from my study. This la
the reason that the testimonial has not been ac
cording to promise. However. If yon will send
me youraddress, the letter will be with yon in a
day or two, even If yon are in London. 'Relative
to the books, 1 shall call for them before leaving
the county, and perhaps select a few more. If they
I hope yon are not in any trohble about your.
contemplated Journey. Icancot see thatyou are
taking an Imprudent step. A knowledge of the
world Is worth acquiring at a considerable risk.
One thing yon have always to remember, namelr,
that the principles of rectitude and piety are safe
in every land. If contrary winds will sometimes
heat upon yon, immortal principles, like the state
ly oak, strike their roots deeper in the ground.
Courage, friend, God and the right will defend
- With kind regards, lam
Tours, fraternally,
Rev. B. P. R.
1 admit that X have had troubles and misfortunes
in England, on account of which I resigned the
Ministry, although agalcst the wishes of many of
my friends. A paragraph from a letter of one of
will show.
April 3d, 1351.
Deah Bbotheb: I was much pleased to find by
the cards yon sent me that you have again settled.
Yon lave roy beat wishes for joar success. ..You
will. I suppose, have the opportunity of preaching
on the Sabbath, and if so, 1 hope you will not fall
to employ yourself In that way. Should your
Income be such as to require the addition
yon will he able by this means to in*
crease it a little; and on the other hand,
If yon have, fortunately, enough to meet your exi
gencies already, you will, I trust, consider It a
great honor and exquisite pleasure to preach the
Gospel to poor churches, free of charge. Do not
think of deserting from the work of preaching, for
to do so would he assuredly to bring guilt upon
your head.
Remember what I spoke to yon on this point
when we walked to Cambridge, Ac, Ac.
Wishing yon all the prosperity, I am, with kind
regards, in which Mrs Osborne unites,
•Youre,truly. Robebt JotOsbobxe.
Rev. B. P. Reynolds.
At the tine he wrote me that letter I was elected
Principal of tbe Congregational School, Heullaa.
a da*steal commercial school, which position I
held for one year. I have studied medicine and
mrgtiy before and after I went Into the ministry.
I have attended lectures in London, Hamburg,
Germany, and Philadelphia, in this country, sad
have a medical diploma as If. D. I would suggest
that a surgeon, dentist, oculist and aurlst are sep*
ante professions bylaw. In England, and are never
known by tbe term of Doctor there.
There la no woman now living that can cUIm
me as her husband, so that no woman has been
debited by me.
I would say, in conclusion, that U the first time
I have ever seen the expulsion of a member put in
B. Pnmra' Rsmocus,M. D;
I Chicago, Not. 6th, 1953.
Jfra 'A&Dtrftatmtnt*.
O 30a from hex brlfht abodes.
Go to ETOBZTI’S, 157 lake Street,
Ard have year Carts* do Vmta taken. Only «3 par
dotes. Ti»y veooanrsaised in beamy aad style of
anuhe [noß-f£3 it] KaY Nia3. Agent.
JLv to the pueots of boy* eoUles pipers In the
streets of caicsgo that they
farther lisaltu-ire.crtaefonseqaeocey may onjr*
fata}; to (tore who are vltfioac par«o»e 1 hereby
wars tbtmio cea/e«ty mjlhencsmtj, aalfcadtHcf
njlrta to resort 10 fotablo rseuarea
ncgpMSlt E W.JOHetaON.FeiraMlcr,
T*) THE PUBLIC—My wife,
J. MABT sms, bavin* left mr bed ami board,
wlthootjaatcaoiaar provocation. I harsh* caaton
the pa slie that I '•111 pay aa debts of her coat- aeU jg,
Q.icavo, Nor. no, iSa. dbxis arasa.
hkating purnagss.
808-p5«-U SO MAJOttQg ar&SKT.
Wanted to pnrcuase a Cißtclsu fl’oio oa Lake
rien between Suto ctre-c and UlcbUaa avenue,
apply to TOMLIhSON BLOTHKOa. K6 Lake htrosl.
Architect & Superintendent,
aespm Ctnat
be pal Her a
jn a white reylmant, Address “■NAVIS,” Tribuno
office. Chicago. it
88 & 90 Randolph and 69
Dearborn Streets.
Chickcriuo k Sons’,
J. P. Hale & Co’s
PI AN 03,
Treat & Liuslej’s
Monitor Organs.
I hare Just eomuli ted 100 pair of CO aon LAMPS.
Tne largest and finest asaoi uneat trer BXHUiirBD
In. Chicago.
Prices from $lO to S6O.
All styles made to order acd repaired at short notice*
I am also making one of Ue Ji߻r,
Kerosene Lanterns
Vtrnfac'ared la the United States, wen known aa
antH*, which coisistatoa noTelmoae of regulating
the wlcs trim the outside.
It la Ter? simple, tad ran sever get on t of order, aad
con iderco by alt who hare teen »nd u»eo It, to be one
cf t v e ineate&EirapioTßa.eatoUuChas«Ttf been mace,
to make a
Perfect Kerosene lantern,
a Hr name will be stamped on the bottom cf the
They will be found for sale at a 1! the first data
Wboirraie Dealers inLampa. Crook err and Bard ware,
acd at tba
Northwestern Lantern Depot,
43 & 45
r o. Hoi eoco. no3»> 567-it eg % wAraet
Borders & Decorations.
Great Closing Out Sale
Crest Bargains are Offered to Close Oat Stock*
Of every description.
Spring, Hair, Husk, Excelsior, Sea
Grass, &c.
Comforters, Blankets,
BHXiiB. rmc.ow sups, *0.,
The Best Assortment in the City.
* E. Gr. L. FAXON,
7 0 'Lake-Street,
Featler Beds. Blisters k Pillows,
Steam Cured. Feathers.
The Only Place Is the City.
70 Lake Street
or avert desciuftios.
Superior Sawed Barrel Heading.
A good is; of dry stock now on bind. For Mia by
_ccSlpiv-Be; Ccoteraaid. lad.
Wholesale Laap and Oil Dealer.
Wrought Iron Ftps
Al**o>a**t«a9 a, t CIUMM 0 BUO. .
\J* * and •Deartwi meet.
Fine, Old and Modern
on, p.iaxnGS,
la lire Gold Gilt rieae,. 57 deisms.
At No. 48 Dearborn Street,
0. a WSDNBSDAT. Not. 13lb. comoMaca* ttl
o deck P M.. we Mail s*u wltftoat w*r« o ao of ta«
Dealt mo KCSt yaleable ciiiecuora of P*ilu»*a am
£Old la tali cltr, comp* Bing -.any ratnibii ail r«5
Pietmee cl CM»Drated ola maite’*, cimberaUba
inobtr o' exqa*ilt» Pat-.Urg* of io Mo?«m Nora,
peaoaed An eiicsn eebocj* Amoi<taoiabi4ct«a a
tut eras :f at Ciol ; » il&j cf 'bs
DacelaibaPUhPaisceat Florence bp Somberd, of
Rtire Yarnedat 9250 Pyr>r.*e Bridaof A,DT't»*.b»
Poiocrg: Pp»f,br Kseli.rf tendon: Mosaltaatby
Pcppe’t; r*ulo p.s’ci*. a!iii view e* ju rbatrea-
and Fiolt Pieeea* Olaaa atan*<spba tfatbl
ißf; View of ikeHndam; Soatet oa the WdCterokom
Air* byPaol Hcber. wio »tan.'emtno£foa«raPkoC
tbr Pu-reldorf artltt*; Hubert aadtn Prince* t: ora
Fl»k*st»ar* . Lao*tc»r** Yle»s and Cinle Pieces,
•with zaaoT other valuable pirorea. iceladiag a great
tanetj ol Farcy Sketches. ATie attention olwnreof
lo lbl» »*Je. Tie(WlryuM
Be open fee e sblbti lon on tbs q»? brfore tin n «
Gii.6ju:r a BAMPR*m.
Aao 19 SPSS.
tos-ssa ut
Gilbert &
40 * 19 DSA3BOBS 3TSXST.
Bich Bo<e\7ood and. Mohosany
Baiaank and Laco Cartains,
88D832L5 ASff WOOL CAR?-ET*,
Osaiplaadid Taxlor Grand Fi&oo and oso foor
Sonad Corner Piano,
ics Michigan avenue. .
Oa THFB-DAT, N<*t. 12th. a« 9* o’clock, we aball
reJl, art boot ivieive, entire Far£im<w, Ac, tar*
fta.il> drcilaixg bouaakaeptny, ecsat'tt«tr la pvt o{
*lch Bo»w Of a irx lor Seise*, Tarlntb 4*-y caalr.
Marble Tep Table*. M»*blaTop Hat Kaolr. Mahogany
do, Divas*. Ottocu a. Tata a Tata, Hash Chat *•. atari
•noPlda TaM<*. AJaboc»nv Centro rao’er, Boekers
and Cttal>*. elegant Bcaewood B<d> lead and Draaalrr
eottas, cottapa rbainber ««t, Marble Too fac
'jfabiaa, fii a Oakßx'ftetlon Dialog Table, Oak Olßtoc
Chair*. Arm do , ntlt Frame Mirror*, nae tt l nuoli
aid Fcol Carpet*. O'l Crete, naa splendid Cook BtOfS
m teed order. B>cb French Damtak and l«aco Car*
talor, with e’esant Cornice.
One Pa-lor O ard P*ano. made tor Hallet ft Ovrta
a neb ion lose aid ©am>ificeat Inji'mctnt,
Aiic, one loot round comer Piano, rich and bead*
«! f t!t«Be,
All cf the abo«e g-eda are la oejfactorder, harts?
been ae i iak«a caio ' f, ud art* ahOoaSas rood as
new, made bp the best maker*.
the home mil he open earl? the morning of (he
o&.'efe*tba exaa.iea'Jex ot the abnra goods.
tc?-p573 5l . GILBERT er PAUPdON. AuetT*.
'J'HOMAS TRIPP, Dealer m
lewis’ Celebrated Patent Perpetual'
The best lathe world and warranted 1
NO. 13
903 2fiM3t-aet
£tEJ.S, L. NOBB2.
Carbon and Kerosene OCi
Designated Depository of the
United States.
Subscription* received for tike ,J 5«30 > *
li. S. Boada,
Internal iL.Tetue Stamps supplied laany quantity.
B’anka atd foil parflcoiais for the organization of
National Dal-'BS laxalatedfree ot charge.
Collectors made la ail parts ot the country.
Heavy Cotton and Liaen Goods,
Tents, Tarpaulins and Wa*
gon Covers.
or enfc or Banting. .
207 Scuti Water St. v comer of Wells,
co7p£l?-3 net
t\ after »6la date we retire from tbo General Gro
ceiy Trade,to devote cur attenuonexclisive,y to tha
At onrament location, 71 South Water at, Chicago
ana at 43 WaU street, Vo.*K.
Represented by jams* a. Passosb, NewTork; G.
W. FiTxttr »&d J. Havkut, Chicago.
CMcigo, November 3,13G3.
71 South Water*st., I i 45 Wall street.
Chicago- f 1 Haw York
ICCO haJfcbests^ao^Bjsoa—comcaoa to choice.
500 “ “ ** ‘
icoo qr. •• 505)0ff, “ *
and btiojr the Urgant »nd hart assorted stock ever
off'red to Wea’era buyers With nfteen rears expo*
ilence la the trade, tad with facilities second to no
Home la the Wees, we believe <na eiaaposUMo
to do tail Justice to the earns of Mercnaots lathe
t erth* eat Our Pilee Current and samples seat HU
to ary point be mail or aapseia on aruUcadon.
special indnc-ments made to country Jobbers anil
otter lane ceawra.
I'nuorten and Jobbers, 71 South Water street.
ncS.pS33 7aet • -
Northwestern Fair.
A large invoice ol Bleb Diamond Goods, of Ladles
Seta Croc to ft 419: Rings Dom *25 to *700;
Gert’s Pics frost {lO to 1650 each, and a ocautliul bs
sciUneut ox
And full Seta of Rich
CoraJ, Pearls, Amethyst, Onyx, Ac.,
Bronze SUtiettes, OU Paintings, Ac, Ac,
AC the ZssMaabto Jewdry Store of
JAKES H. HOES, 117 lake street.
Coitom Hons. Stmt, Stw Oilcans, L*.
86 Randolph Street, Chicago,JDL,
fpeclsllat is tie treatment of
OZJD C2XSO9IO Jtt’OTOU Bxxxn> 45D Dl*.
eases asd oboaeio ffsAßUaa.
Cares them without retorting to Mercury. lodll*
Patosblt Arsenic or flawparMa Or. Jameeimaa
5 KtrrßALtzza. wm tn is a Khmr* cum la tU blood
diieaaes. Organic WeaStoetß.broo*ht on by aicess,
over taxation of badness. or eata’lod harodltarlt*.
cauilngloea of 083)0-7. nervous ana general debility,
cured by an infallible nsetnod. and tno only cart
for this wtaaoese—earing both time and exsenae
Old Dltea*rs of the MOST HOUUI3LE CL 183,
wnera the blood baa become po!ton> d, prododnc
biotbeionUe face small wusry otopfes, pain* la
the Ecad ard bote*.ulcerated throat note, limb* and
body saoroia, together with an etdieu comber of
Dr Jamealsrecomiaecdsdb7tbapresagez<nuUyot
the Booth Ibezce'ilcalfacottyaidprotejsorfrrt mad*
leal colleges Ac. Those aiQxiad jnonld apply
dlmtely andbe cared of taesa terrible diseases
KememberDr. James' Oiflce and Parlors ate at3l
Eardolph,between Scare and Dearborn sts.
OfflceopenDos.9A.M.nnU:3F.U Coowltttloia
inro’abie. • nofl-p«7 Svsek
C'r/10207 TITS POASD or Punuo WO«S.i
_ Cmcoeo. jiovscaberTth.iSflj f
BKALED PROPOSALS w.ll be iMte*v*rl at I . If utfca
HBtU II A M., ThOTtt* - J*< ■«' TJ;r ii,3, ’<V3iCJ
T?n;etreßcatd»ni c:- t-r %
■Push itreet. Bridge 1 - 1 .* •x * Hvlteo to tuonls
ibtlr 0«m plans telta un* rPmra’i. fba Board te
s rres lie right to edoj», -■ r a il»-. n »ball bo desmid
by tarmbeniorttelmerest -f city.
The bids must bs sealed ecu oio»’- ,
bold to be approved b? tae bo*rd. >&< i ui.-ecteJ.to
t>e Board of Public ’TorSu. Udoned •Propowi* tor
Rn» h Street 3rld*e." , , »
Tbs Board r* wives the rurb*. v>
bid*, and no propcM! will be
de jrtfeeratlal.ctorycadencetotaa
■Woi ta It&t be U compels:.
■ ysKD Lsrz, *
ovj bos*.
Board of Pabiioworm.
PcT-pS3 6tact
A Tvcrrsit ixss
Opens December 14th, 1863*
Itu>oMoftbo molt ir.cff w/al to lb. Walt
r.U!llim MW «M« corpi of umra,u w.
bQ'Wi ta« flae*t oi lb* toad to tM State. Tjot*
nJa depaitas-nt offer* spoctw to ncemMU. BUM
»ttto.tio«,UWMki.lto» s*o toeu. Sdoac, pynv
ltr,ero»h’epto».ac,*ttoea*iulrato» Llftanld*
‘Wr'SraSSTSiai Eer. 6. W. QCKKMMJ.
4, K_ 4WOW.ni. WilHnn

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