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3 Gen. Fremont's Removal--Some Disadvantages he Labored Under. The report uf the iiirr.oo of 111 Pomta rjr of Vr to remove Gon. Fremont from tlio rtvsitmentof the Woiit.ln v col;, fell with heavy weight upon the Inn t of the hyui North, linked there w a feeling of rlcs ponrlency nnJ V.ttorneis ftf the r-xtramlinn-ry course which lias been pcrmied" ngvnnt that oflkf-r. Mny meu, of uprosif politi cal sentiments, were rut 1 nokw.ud in es prtMitig thrm.iejvcs frr-ilv in ih denur cintions of certain iii.livi.liial who Lnvo mado themselves cotiRp'rimus in thin cm rle. The telegram of Forretury fensr, Ladled many to believe that tJ.ctc vnuM le no change nt lo.isl tint I (!rr. rntr.ivtit Ksve evidence of the incapacity which lina been no flijTnntly chni'd nrniiiHt Uni: Lu,j according to the diApnk-hoa of Friday hrt, it would seem that p'cr'tavy Piuncron Cai -rlod wiih him, on Ida visit to Tit. Louis, on order from tho rreiddcnt for h.s reir.ovnl. delivery of this ovihr, it is .ruM, wna left to the dis-.'utioti of Mr. Cameron, v!;u.-.o visit is reported to have rotivimci !-.im that a change was imperatively iie,cnsry,wli"re upon he present".! the onlor to Gen. Fre mont, w!io uakc-it mid w.i:' p-.iuii 1 a '-V. of several (laya in the exjcitt'ou the ol der; but hid reniovnl waij IiciJe.l upon to take place this wee k. Tho nature of the charges which, ooc.imoiio 1 the let Bity of this Htop.nt thin writing, are tail known; but they certainly must have been mote set iouii than those contained in the correspondence of Frank F.Fda'r. Yct.wheu we t.ike into into ronniderAtion the fact that the order of re moval WHS decided upon bofnro Mi. ('.'.mel on left for Jft. Loulu, it Fie-m.-i probubl'J that neither political or oilier rca;o:is linn ojie; ntod fo nnti'll ngainnt Gen. Frenmt.t aa haa the influence of the F.lair i'mn ly. Cur intel ligence from Ft. l.ou'n imliiaten that the on- 1,. -ti-tit,,r ftnna llmi-ii u-nrrt ltA Bf rnfif.inli . i ? r .i I au.....l n r.ww ..T 11... Hi . o. i-ll ,1 1 1 i .1 llo It H i I I'll- f l II 1 1 .i II It" .'I ,11,. 'I I I 'V I '' Hit', ii;- reasonablo adherents of Col. Hiair, who, einco tho beginning of the diliieulty betw een b in an 1 (un. Fremont, have imvt nhanie ftilly exhibited their gratification at eveiy unfortunate phase which t!ie nfl'iii f of the Western department have aMiiuni d, forget ting in the zeal of their malignant partizau-i phip, even tho pnfi y of tin ir imperilled State and the honor of our t acre 1 cnu.'-o. It may be possible that l'lemonl has done nome wrong, but certainly his errors have not been greater thun tho determined oppn- nition he has met with in bid w i ,'i mi Inborn; toid even before he enleied on the di'-chatge i ot tlie ilitties ot thai (Ici'iutiiU iit. An t-n touch baa been an id about hat la has not, we propose to take u review of v. h it he ln.w done believing in tie ndn ri- i " :iii,;: the "devil his dee." lln fault.- may have b.-.-n Htillicient to warrant his i ..'iii.ival, but ia it ! fair to look ou the da k t'-'.o i.f ev;ry pic ture, and condemn tlu I ii lit for ilie u.dy appearance of the wrot:-? it w ill b,-remembered that, while in Ilui i ) e. Gen. Fio moilt propdhcd to purehai.o Il.0,l(l0 small arms, rillod camion, revolves and nahrof.- lie could have had tl !i 111 ill l'f ili-i rl-ii-i'U i , , . ,, i- I The Government won at liOl iUM no; , ji n, to buy, and the American minsters s"t.t oi t by Ihichiimin, operated against him. Only j a Fiiiidl j'ioortiou of ilie j'rt-poseil w as i made. Tho Government has i,iu uttl,i)J late day, an agent to proem o arms in Fn rope at tear rices. In Wahhirgtou, Fre-j moot w-as promised 7.000 Hand of anas for ! liis Illinoiii regimetit.i. These anus were j sought because the Governor of Illinois' had ' reprewntod tliat they were needed. Col.; liipley refused to issue the arms, saving! that ho thought "the Governor ot IJ no.it was mistaken in what he needed." Fn-iaont transmitted this refusal to the Fesident, who Bent Mnj. Wagner to New York, b pro- . .... r the West. These materials were gathoiv. with a great deal of pains, and by dint ot j Fremont's personal activity and the co-ope-j ration of his friends. About the 111 et of .lu-j ly ho left New York for Ft. Louis. At I'bli-: aJelphia he received tidingfi of the disaster of Matiiisses, and, foaring the cP'cet in ilie Wist, telegraphed bae'e to Waj'.ner not io allow the arms to be d'vuted to NVavhin;; ton, but to send tin in at once bv !';e,l iVIc-. ht . o t . . - . i ., - iu j.iui.n, miiiu .uiuiiihM h iioai" i e 1 4, i i i .1 mm , i tlie work hard their. lh. u siet w as that i everything was ordered to Yi'.mhii Fremont could notpromvo u.;.Iuo, IlllIlll-hN. HOT II I'llll I l.ir- l-i: .. ; i. 'i.i but a few sabres which were .....,! purchase. As if this were not oi.on;;h, a requisition wan made upon h:ni for :,(!0( muskets, but the departu.ci.t w. s ul.M-h:ie- ly unable to furnish one. The Arsenal was , and it is ditlicitlt to undi-r.-iand how Government could Live been ijnmrant of the fact. I to was con pi Pie. 1 to nuike re quisitiou for men and arms, but got neither. The condition !' the regiments of his oe- paituientwe lmvo ahea srr.bid. It will suffice to repeat that of the 1'J.l'l 0 mm his cominaud all except nine t eOO we.e months men, wIioko him was on the jioint of expiring. L'ndcr the I'us dci !'s orders he had at once to meet the threaten-: exigency at Cairo, Bird's Foint und Pa- ducah, atid to make what shift be coul I loi troop a and .uuiiitioiis. He Kucecc.'c l in vrn,.i-i,. 9 '.llll A ......-: .!.. c . " t - '.'c i -an., ..Hi iuu:,!ic..v l .ii,'!) Hi1 mm ritii'i A'ui tn-ii.i. .1 ..ii. ..... ...... i nri. ore ', locks, after which each gun cost ?! I. Bos- Beans brigade of 2,500 cavalry, thoroich nuiaiers.iiau l.oeu assigned to Fremont, lie ordered them into Missouri, but the order was countermanded by the I 'reside tele gram, through the interference of "influ, n tial gentlemen," and t!io troops were kept at JeU'ersonville, Indiana, opposite Kentucky into which State they Lave nincc iios.'i-d. ai me very t. me that 1'nee was a ivan-'i!": upon Lexington, fivo full revin ent and equipped, wero ordered fiom to u asuington. Two wire At that eouldi ue miii, ami more than coulu he H,.n.ed.l nt wci-e immediately dispat't.-dtroii, Fort' r ",',0f,thC,a 0tvmr l '"'' dent of tho 15th ult., on the Ohio and Mis- Bismppi railroad. Of course this order very eenoubly embarrassed licmont's deiiar! nieyt, und compelled an entire change of the. programme previously determined upon. To thcBo adverse circumMauccs was added the one tlist Fremout's credit was impaired und Lis plans further hindered by the at. tacks" f j'ersousl aemies "ia tL rr." t I ! 1 j j 1 ! ! I ! ' s.i.iiis'i i rcivint nl of Fremont ifi nci cftusry tn n Iwr Tho minions and nn encrgi t'c pit n'eut.ion of tho w.ir, ii, Hu Western jVpnrtir.ent, why in (Jiiil's n:inn b't it be d-.'ne. The indisponsabis tnntnials lie had order ed were withheld through fear that he wo'd be. 8 ij tr? lcd find :liey. Mould not bo j'aid for by the government. Tims wn he on nil hands crippled and thwarted pnd driven n bunt to the ntler abandonment of bin enter prise. .Ml the three itiuntlts men, embrac ing r.ccily the entire iitiny', on Fremont's ar rival at Pt. Ivits were disKinde 1; bnt he micetoded in getting together at last nil of-!e-t;v force of fifty thounuiid mcii, with xshfiii, pioj eily Mippoitcd ft oni Washing ton, he ilmiblloM could have gono forward to email out tho enemy; but at this import ant erin's wo lutve tho announcement that fremout i removed l (Jon. Grunt, an able on 1 esperiencod oTicer, cuiwh's h'tii. P. ?. P nco t!io above was put in type we have, rumor Hint Fremont ia not yet re moved, although likely to be. It has be n :tid ihtit ceretiiiy ('iinicroii wan the friend o( Gen. Kit mont, but any one who remls the order of that officer, given throngli Gen. Thorn ih to Flimont, must h.ne very inilifi' t ict j eicci tiotiK of l.ict. If thny cm place any confidence in the story. As ft lur;;e pro portion of lli'j (.'1vtici it(lieei scetu satisfied, a'rordinjr to tewepaper reports, that the The Two National Ordeals. j j ' lcry nation, to l-cut its cpii'iit.v lor relf f iiaioiice, v.'ithnut which it is not wortJiy of ilio t uiii", miiFt pum Mll'CCPnlull.V thi oiu h two orde.;h. The f:r;.t h the orden) of it bii th, the Mrujrle by which it ilrtnehcH it relf fiom tJie patent nation and orininal de-pi'iidi-iicy, and eHliiblifliea iti inchorle In ing, mid Ix-coines an independent, though ns yf:' nn i i if nil t iinlivi'.lt nlitynmong Ilio family of i.at'.our. This ordeal wc paired in ncver ing our conneeiion with Great Fritain. Tho actoni in that mighty Plnigfjlc coveted tlieui r.i'Ices with iir.morlnl 'lory. It wan indeed a h b.-tiilid (iiicco.:.!. The infant that wai born, by tho hlcHrdng of God, was gifted with native vitality and vigorand thot'i'tcro of self development, and it became ayouili- fu giant. " 'I hey that look for re loinption rojoleed in i I .- birth and growth, tool kin;.-H n al !.r;iti'Cl":tt.i looked on with chagrin and envy. If wo hnd Inikdiu that ntrug;;lc, wc bhotil.l have been a tiiii.ciablo u'j'.'i I on, fall en still-boru ou tliO paea of histovy, and, "like an untimely birth, huvo never Keen tho nun," The enemy njaiiifd whom we eon- J :.. .1.... ..iv. ... r. -.1 .... ico:-i oi LUtii LiMii i wan iioiii v. uiioui, nn outwtit d, foreign fee, und mr triumph ea I lalilinhcd our dintinct, individual cxifitcme i ns n nation. 'J'lie second ordeal of tiationid life in the test nt itn power, under God, of nclf preser vation and protiperity. And thia in a erihiK no Icph iin)ioitaiit ilinii the first. It ia the transition from youth and minority to ma jority, when, nn if the life of mini, n nation enlei H this arena of trial for i-cll impport and viu liiviti-H its cimpleto uiMihood, Having I'd an indepr nd'-ut exirtOiiv.c in iti natal n:ni;:!e,it muni next, in tho course of its his tory, paa the mote ei ilicul ordeal of main t lining and pei pi I tinting iti.elf a;;nitlst in-wai'-l iU'tieroniMii, and Mtceensi'uliy defend it;; lii'e fioiu tho forcea of intestine decay and sedition. It nnmt sustain itself ngcitit t lint rf.ir.i'il ,:!,-tl'i O' it. .iYi-,il in liirf'.u mul - I tho hlini-k (f civil Mar, If it triumph in this, then ( iH-vp'-t'ui in its appropriate lnotI Ii is I !.o the miot who cotnpiers himself, who is creator than he who cap tures a city. Unwind and Franco have each par-sell both of there ordeal, and they stand bkc everlasting mountains, which neither MuiniN without nor volcanoes with in cm ithake from their foundations. The si.vond of the ordeals in the monion toiit. iii.d ueiit ivo ctisia i:i which our young Ki I nolle is now struggling, and the politi cal iihllonoobers and savans of Furore are looking ii on the conter t with anxious and profound interest, tieiiibling with hope und misgiving for the remit. I'o we appreciate o i.nuv. aiv , v P' immn' ,-i iu- lllULMIl- it. ,... A... .. .. ., l.u ;. t Hi It ? Do our nrnds udivjuatcly grasp the stupeiidott'i consequences involved? Are w o eipial to d;e day that is upon us? J.-h;ill we ierinit it to be proved to our shame and evulasting disgrace that republican r,ov ernmeut is u failure, and the hiKt hoiie oi' oppn sr.ed millions to evpire in eternal nv',ii ? luill tie.1 votim,1 oak of America:i libeitv be evanesce tit rs .fonah's could? Shall we re joice in its s!.;i lo but a day, and while wc iSiiinO't r in i. use Mecurite uinicr the t-vrc:i siiiini'ir in i. use secunte uinU-r the sou;-ol peace, permit the woim i t privv . ,', , ,, . ... " eel:; ; 'i; iy, tit Ml the .ise el nol.l lei cileei t i 'deslicvit? Awake vo lovers of cons!iii: tiotial bberly, it you i!are n it 1 1 1 your i ights, mA K'Vermi.0llt Vol.r undivided d uii'l support. Overland Expedition. Our hist advices from California repeat a milit.uy mow n.ent on foot which, whui tak empty, c.i in connection with the contemplated Fu tile : ronean into; vcntioti in the allairs of Mevl. o J ! ' ' V- t'u 'orts mid military stations on tin ef j WcMioru 1 oumhiry of Texas, iioni Fol t Yu three , "ii to Fo; t b go. j ' 1 reposed expedition of Gen. Pumner n'' 1 his ;u n y, then, is to effect the follow ing J ing important objects: I ! The M-curlng of Arir.ona and New- ! i ' ' p ,r:,it as is the p-e.it i.av.d expedition a they t1 sail South, that of Gen. Sumner i V l'.rdly lo.:, so. Cdcsa th. ro is bon.e ,ad j blundering he cannot fail to recced, M ,ho ! military posts arc mnv heklbvt, few unmm. appe.irs of the iilniost moment. Gen. Pnm ncr, ii i t stated, is about lo inarch an iiimv 'i.-'-itU men, K't'O of w hich arc ie;';i'.l; UP, o-ciland lo ill Faso, with a view of captor- .'l'v!':,.t" ' cderal (lag, no ina'.ier what i i i & r... .1 . ..... . i .i ",l ""UK: "i III s coninci. -- ri I'ossessiou of all the military i' os s seized bviheiebd-t vtioi.tin.. t,-,,,,, II F.io to the Gulf of Mexico. .. " 1 1, a '''J',11' possession ot the boundary t line between Texas and Mexico, to prevent lot.oii I di'g sent ovei'land to the la'ter count y, and to avoid complications with the intervening powers, gi owing out of the possible inroads of sugaves on the Mexican letr tovv. 4. l'iacin the tlovrt t-m.;i! airai i in eom- mnnlc.it.oii with the I it. oh with the I'liioi.-'rivin"- C. in.-, ii ' pope.lutlon of Wo.u ni Texas, w l.i, we have " oi oei.evc, are w ni.i:,; to take ft' in for iin old il.i- and 1. 1 .in 1. 1 t-..,,., .,- ''"Mile auihorlt of tin Fcd.r.d Fuion i.i the ,-ioutiia cut. It W.ll be seen f:-iu ll... nl....... !... el Texar.s. The kui.s und uimiiunil ion have been taken F-.lst, a:id no force lit the con: maud of the rclx-1 government can rem h tlicie in time to rave tiiem. C3U.Gcn. MeKiustiy has been relieved of duty in the Wuutrn Department, and order ed tJ 'Lt Cambrlau4 D.strict iu Keutittky, The Great Rebellion. Progress the Work of Suppression. The movemoiits of the troop in (he vicin ity of Washington indicates tliut another reat contest ia indeed close at hind. Tho rebels are reported to have nbnn lone I their positiotiS nt Fairfax, Vienna and Ccntervilic. j Che Foderal pickets wero at the former I place, and were advancing; cautiously to- wards the Intlrr. Notwithstanding this re-j trogrado movement before Washingt n, the , rebels manifest no intention of leaving 11:1- i molested the approaches by water. Their batteries on the right bunk of tho Potomac are daily strengthened. Our war vessels .no roughly handled, and merchant slops have been compelled to eiiipend their trips. The traitors on tho M.T.vlnnd shore a.-e gi ow ing holder, and evidently expect the pass age of tho river by Beauregard's forces. Tho Wln-uling Iiit'tUijiiiiw has a Ivies from Gen. Rosoorans which staton that, he imd fallen liau'c from his poilt'oii west of evwcU'a Mountain, threaten ng Floyd on 1 ho oast side of s.iid Iilotllit.lt I to Dogwood Gxp, nt a gap 15 miles northwest of tho base of Powell's Mountain, near I.ocnst Grove 00 the I.owhur; nn 1 t'harl"itoii pike und about halt way to Gaiiley'o Ih'id, c. This retrograde movement w as m ide booau c it wi'H deemed in:idvisabh to a'ta"k Floy 1 in bis eiitreiii'lim-Mits. he h i Ing lev. n recen tly re-iiit'01 ee l with imiius I !,()(( men, and also to seek a more healthy and more do fensibl" position, lo await reinforcements,. which lloHecrnns will uiuonibtedly, an be should ai s 'ou im pons: bly receive. Nniv fb.iicer.llis bus lOKM) men lit Dlgwood Gap.! :i few co:np i iie? nt l.'rosi Lmie.-i, he ir tli mouth of Nb-a low rivor, whicli impties in to tlio Gaitley, und Doim; nt Ganley Brid te. besides those nt this phce in nil not over 1;!,000 mn, while Floyd haft over .'KI.ODO inen nt Powell's Mount lln, ogwood G;i), j where Gen. Itosecran's army is, is about 111! miles, and Flovd's command at Powell's I Mountain, but a little 'more than 50 hides from t'liai lef ton. lf.'Ji'owever, ItohccrauR J were not to bo rc-in'orccd as noon as ho! .diotild be, ho could fall back upon Gauley'a j Bridge, there would then, i.tlll an ivyv, be' no poiislblity of getting around h:m, he j could ell'cclually iruvcut Floyd from ad vane-1 in;; anv fililher went, al well as take cood ! care cf biut iclf. There i j 11U donlo tl'.a', ; Floyd has Ik'CH rc-iofoicc 1, m wo Mated above, and ca, 1 be still fu. ther re-inforccd f neci Haiviy. A battle between our fo.Aa and the l'e- bels. near Itarnev'u 1'eirv rm the 1 7 ! 1 insl. I lasted from 8 to 2 o'clock, p. m. It was a regular skirmish with varying results, the rebels, w hen hard pressed retreating into Ilie woods, and at other times driving tho Federal troops back into Bolivar. The. main tight being beyond that town o;i the rd.-vl to Charleston. At " o'clock Col. Geary advanced with three pieces of camion, wh ch 1 soon silenced the guns of the enemy, put ting his entire force to (light. A chaplain of the lebels who w an taken prisoner nays that before ho was) captured eighty-seven killed and wounded had been carried from the Held. Thero wat noLhing pnn'tlvoly known as to (Jul. Ashley's b:;ing killed. An oll'teer supposed to be him was nhot during the final retreat of the enemy. The Federal tri o.'s remained on the field all Wednesday night, having brought across tho river the the remainder of the thoii-vind b'.i-.he'a of wheat captured from tho rebel military de partment w hich they were about transport ing lo l.eiv.inirg. An order w;n e.iviit for 1 10 whole fore.-j to retire to 1 1 10 Maryland id . TI10 priio icrs admit that their force was 2,0(0, whilst tho w hole Federal force was -lllO. The change that, has taken place in Harper's Feiry and the thriving vil'agc of Bolivar, is represented (is most sad and, shocking; ruin is everywhere v slbb, and the .nhidilt.iut.i are bowed down Willi sorrow, j Gen. Word, coniuiiu ling at Camp Andy Johnson, Ky., reports that six thousand re-' bids are a Ivanoiug upon and w.thin twelve j miles of Greensburg. Fifteen lnuidre 1 I roops have gone to his asslntauce. Hebel j papers onnounco that Gen. Twiggs has re-1 signed on account of ill health. Gen. Mans field I.ovel! succeeds him. Travel from New Orleans ia under utrict sut vcillauce. A blie.'ka ling Meanior captured a acliooiier off Chiirleatoii on the f th. A rebel battery there opened o. 1 the sb-amer, but its s'mta ! ( II blun t. Gen. Wise's health is improving, j I'arson Brownlow supper. s the candidates ! for tho Confederate C. ingress, but. neveraly satirizes the rebel authorities. Breckinridge and Fiesnm were at Nashville on tho till. The I.oaisvillo Courier w.ia to bo revived at Bowling G.eeii 011 t'.io 1 1th. Gen. 11 ir.L-e is reported to bo in cuminand at this place, with ld.U'll rebels. Gen. Fremont was after i ice with a sharp .-tick. The latter, with 2il,0i)'.i rebeU wero to make u stand in Cedar county, 20 miles from Osceola. Our wounded, transported from Springfield to Boila, report that a sharp .skirmish took place on Monday morning, twenty miles this side of Lch.mon, between two companies of mountain men of Major Wright's batlallioii, attached to Gen. Wy man's command, and some 1. '10 rebel cavalry. Major Wright Nupprise I the rebels by an attack in the rear, and completely routed them, killing about thirty and taking the same number prisoner. Major Wright's loss was ono killed and one severely wound ed. Very l.ttle firing wai done by the re-j hols. The report that Col. Taylor's rogimeut of reKls, which has been s:atlo:ie 1 at Spring- field, since the battle of W.hson's Creek, has 1....1 V I. : . . in.,,, un, .iiiin, in conuriueo. i ney nave probably gone to join Frice on the Osage. Not the least significant rumor of tho day is the report that Slide!! and Ma-aui, the .-'ecession Kinbass ulors to Fiirope.h.ive been empowered not only to negotiate coinmer-! eial treaties, but to seek tlie protection of' foreign Government. Tho doubly distilled traitors of the South, unable lo destroy their country by their own efforts, will invoke the power of aliens. They should remember .. I .!. II.. I. - .... ui. ii ui-ii mo vowurviiy nr. tons cailoit m tho Anglo Saxons to defend them a -aiust the Ficts und Scots, they dug tho grave of their own freedom. Should (lie story piovo true, which wo trust it may not, fur the credit even of traitors, decency, our people will be only stimulated to increase desertions t. subdiiu the pusillanimous conspirators hclore the Furopean despotisms could ren der them any aid were they willing to do so. It is probable that there is some founds u n for the rebel story of the attack upon our blockad.ug vessels ou the Mlvsisjippi. We Lave befors dsscilbs4 the positiou re,' tenth occupied lry our forces on the river' bank, just above liie passes, when they had made n out (.hroii(; tha iiv-r liMik to Bay Bolide, below whicli they were building a fortifrcatln.n . to . cominaud . tho rivor. Our blockading A'pia-lnni wai in the river at Fiis point, pioti'i luig the' building of this f i) lificuttoti. The boaVy men-of-war being unwielily in tlm river, ni'ght bo seriously annoyed by gunboats' from above, to which they would present a lio mail; for a rak i lg lire, wdido buy wo ihl luvo .but a small mark to lire at in return, and from a position w here tin y could not bring their broa 1 eides lo bear. . . .'" T1.1 latent d'upat lies ' from Mmou ! re; nit Geticr. I I'r i-e at Osceola, vh re he hilji'e.i rc-oni'oreo 1 n:il was thr.iw 11 tip intn ndmienti. General Fremo .t was at Warsaw, and would cross tho river on Patiii dny. Osceola, w here Frice is reported to be, is about twenty miles distant from Warsaw. If wo rp correctly informed, therefore, as to the position and the Inten tion ol the rebel commntidcr lo imikc a staml, we may look hourly for report of a de cisive battle. Tho I'nlon army is ah jut thirty -five thousand slrong, well equipped nud decidedly enthusiastic. It will make a iiro'k. l ighl'i'g is reported to hove commenced on the I'otoin.ic. Ou Monday morning Gen. Ptor.e cror.Kcd the river, moving towanl i.ecfdiiug. lie was met and resisted by the enemy. Col. Baker of California was killed at the hea l of his regiment. Capture of a Dozen Schooners. j Tho United Plates steamer Louisiana, w hich has been off (.'nincoteague Island, has captured a dozen schooiiern, which had no clcaiiiiiee papers. On the 5th inst, two launches, sent to capture a rebel vessel in shore, were lired upon by a largo force of retfcls, and one of our men wounded. The lire was returned, and one or nioro rebels killed. Tiie s lot from the rebel g'tns b.ii'ti cl up the sciioomr. Tho oil owi'ig official report of the allair has been received: U.Mri-X PTATIM PmAMUIt LOl'lilAXA, 1 ClIIM'OtLAiiCK J M.KT, Oct. 5, ldll, ) This hioiinh;', at 'J o'clock w-e mil a sharp conllicl w.tii o.ie.ny, w.io. strong.a. tcuipted to cut off two hoais from tn.s ves sel and 2i( men, ud told, wti.ch I had dis patched to titkv or dcitioy a line uciiooiici' u,:'.'.V.'"i ! had reason to behove vc,iij bf Ug inverted into a privateer. Foi tunat.'ly 1 mi. I gone in w.lh toe steamer at toe same t ine, it bo.ng Jiilr tide, and was enabled to cover tho return of die party. Too bou'ci, al ter pass.ng through a teu iblc lire, linally leached the schooner, but lindlliK her aground, made a brentwork ol her and opoiiu.l a deadly lire, w hich.Wilh tho itssist ion e of a low sliols lioni our io;ig range g n drove liio o.i -my b ick to a d.sUat cover w.th loss, an 1 too boats, after lirmg the si homier, iit.niiid, Without lurthei molestation. Aetihi; Muster Flti'lUlss Ctti males t.ie loss ol tiio i chela to bo at leav ei,ht in ; i..eii und wuiinded, as ho .saw iii..t number cai ne I oil. O r .o.-ii was on : se 'Ioi b y wju idol, Aj ing .'.taster 11 .. r, an-1 l ireo very bl g-itiy. I have but pi.i.si: to bestow ou those in a, e l in tin; boats for their coolness an t m trtjii li y w1i.ni ub i.iile I by &i ni ieli o.'or w i, -nn r o I.i. t'.ior w j. o soiu-' til eo ii i . -died yards from t'ues iiooticr w.ion li.oJ up o.i, b u tUey ne:erioi pu.s.iiug on iiiid re liiru.ng thion.,li it, ratiier than iail in ao couiphsh i.g their object. iJ tring t ic ;eein o .icarc -.las' n'g't, two vl' the r dt!i atvi'a nlouj s wero captarid. A. MURRAY. Lieutenant Commanding. Flag Officer L. N. GOLDSBOROUGH, Coiit iia.idi'.-.ii-tJiiiei Af..autio Biooiiading P. Jila.ii ell. Reimbursements. P-cretary Chase has a.haticed to tie Pt'.deii forty per centum on uceom.l of their expenditures for troops called into service up to a inoiiih ago, as follows.: Indiana, four hundred und fifty thousand nix bun dle I dollars; Illinois, four hundred thous and; Ohio, n He hundred thousand: Wiscoi sln, two hundred and five thousand; M ch' gm, ninety-two thousand; Iowa, eighty t nusaud; Feniiiiylvaiiia, nix hundred and six thousand; Maine, two hundred thousand; Vermont, one hundred and twenty-thrco thousand; Massachusetts, soven hundred and sevcuty-iivo thousand. John Brown. Jr. At Cleveland, Ohio, are ciiramoed rte trly one hail lreil men, raised by C'.ipt. Joh'i Ibown, jr., and i). leaded lor service as sharj slioot.er.-i in the lid K nisas rivimciit. Co!, .lames Montgomery comm. m 1 in.'.. Tney are a picked body of men, many of whom have aire a ly served hi to." three months' levy. They leave Ciovolau l Monday morn ing and iva ;h tins city mi Monday evening next, and from here will proceed to Kansas to join their regiment. Tho oJlicers of the company are as follows : John Brown, jr., of .leffei son, Ohio. Captain: Bostwick. o: Kansas, First, and George II. Hoyt. of Mas s.ichuselt.s, Sceou I L eiitcnants. ' Mr. Hoyt will bo remembered as the yum.; lawy'r who went to Virginia to deietid old John Brown. CV, iVi;o Tribune. BJi,Mr. Biulingaine was at Malta on the 13. Ii ot September, on his way to China. ! i 1 ! ' ; '. I j I I 1 I ASIIlUt COOK. rCTKII 11KLL. O it K k ll li 1. 1,, ATTOKNViVS ANI ('OCSSEl.l.OI!S at l.AW, will aui'iid prcuinly to ull lni-.ine imniatcil to their c uv. Uilieu ever Hitchcock's store. IVrns'airc Oct. 2J i, 1S.J1. jlOAl) XDl'ICK. -Tli M-j will Oj ii .ttitiaii pri ll scnttf.l to tlio Ceniinisiim.i-s of W.khI vnuatr, nt tli "ir s.-ssioii in I) c in n-r a -xt, praying ler tin lopiition (if a county na I in IVrry tuii'iisaiji, in cein nvncv' at iIk' nnrtii-ciAt e- rn -r u'f 'eliun tiiirtv-six sn.l run hi mi tiK'iiOB wm en tiio s.ction lino to io tc 'scot a r.miity ramt t nr near HattioU's hclionl li us.-, un. I t!i r t -man i to. Oct. Ifl, 1MU :.hv.! 1)0.T OKKICK NOTICE. The un.le-sinn.M, 1 l'ost Master ut Stony Iti-hio, w.nihl ropo t fully inform ilio iLojilo nf h.i: vieinitv liialuhl piw a;.'.' st.nnps will imt U- mrutitto.1 to pais tliinii). h oiiie.- all. r Ti.uis I iv, in.- .lUt inst. 1 lms. v!u li.ivo nl I en s nn Ii ir..l a ul 1 call un.l lmvo Hum exeliiuijicl prior to tlis' time. Cll.V.-i. 11. ItlC'H MlDS, P. M. Stonv Utnr.K, Oct. Iltli, lsiU2jwl. OEAIEI PROPOSALS i Wil' be ree.'ived at this office until the first .Momliy of Deivieber next, inclusive, ior ditching work on two several ditciu, desctibi'i miJ specitled as t. Ilavv ., to-n it; Pitch No. in comm.-nc -s at tho itorth-wost cor ner of section 10, town 4 in rth, range l.'east: t lelico e -t along the r i id si te, t i iIki cent r of s ii I town !iii. It is divide I into sis rol M..in4. Wiltiu.f lKit:oiu . le.-l .i t it;. n til, at, I J f vt Imt'em thence ,.. i. ...... i l. i ....... . .... .. ... i, ,. iv- mi v iivi lottaition -1 j; in.-nco to st.ttiou S--'. 3 f..vt thence to the en 12 fivt. SI. pes I to I '... P.iyni. nt to be inide in I ni l, beinjr Ilie cast hall", uortit-west quirt i-, und west p.trl noith e tt iU titer of c.ion 20. in said lowitjiiip, in all, M. acres. Hi I ler will ute how mui-ii of sail vi r-J, in mis. isinnit -iicing a: (1 t.ilion (west en I) ttiev will cnnid -te for the wind., ot g ii I .(n j. Also that pai l of Hitch No. 40 running ll,t upli a .eiioos 28 and 20, lawn 4 u. rta, rang.' 1 1 east, n ui in.'iieiinr ut st iti'Mi ISt. Aver.ige cut, 2 feet. H. t t.'in 12 feet. Slopes I to I. Seca nts ll ro ts each. Hid lers will st ite In.w mucli of sai I ditclt, in r. ds, they will complete Irani st itioit ISt downwards for the whole of ilie following di'seiibod tin I, to-wit: the iortii-,Mst qu titer of ..., iou 28, iu the township ''li l,al"'f 0''L' acres oil' Ihe if silt-east corner.) Tlw tviiole of t a. f,nvp,iii,j woik to be completed br the Hrsl diy of August next. Hon Is with ap proved siH'iiiitr will l,j r.-qtlired, Ail I bidders will in dors upon la.ir bi Is the uuuiber ot the ditch on wblcb tltvy prop. j to work. , ADOISON SMITH, AuJiti. AmtTOS S Orricc Wsxl oi uitty, O. rarryskarf. Oot. i4, NEW ADVERTIS MENT3. L ATEST 1 ROM TUB SKAT OF WABV- CHEAT EXCITEMENT AT rEnrtYsBuna, o. NEW STOVE. TIN ANDIIAUP WAUK STOKE! Tin? suWrlbPM would rospoctfutly Inform tho ciliutis of Wood nnd adjoining counlies, thnt, haT ing l.-iueid the store liirm- r! irci!.icl liy DHOWN I It; NT, t her intend continuing tlio Stove snd Tin Tmdu in nil its branrhc?, n t connect lliere n ith tlio IIABDWABE BFSIXEi-H nuil would hs ilenflid to recciro the calls of nil w ho in.iy he in nnnt. Our prircs shnll be ns low as thn B una qu ility nml stylu can ho piirchascd for in Toledo or t-lsen here. COME ONE C0MK Abb. bs wo wish to be coni.i ncquuintud. H0STW1CK &. TVLEU. PARLOR. fOOK AND BOX STOVES, Just r.;c.'lvinp, -the lnrpest und hest assortment ever bmuglit uj Ihe river, which WisofTer nt Toledo prices. liO.STWiCK & TVLKH. THIMBLE Sill HI', PITE BOXES. At UOSTWICK & TYLER'S, NAILS AND hulK TRI.MMI OS Clicup, ut IiOSTWICK &, TYLEK'S. IRON, (all sizes.) IttlR H SHOE BAR AN I) NAIL RcDS, Van-aiiluil, nt Toledo prircs. nt ItOSTWICK A. TYLEIl'S. B RT0N & WEED'S (OOPIR TOOLS At BOSTWICK A TYLEIl'S. AXES! AXES!! Single and Double .Steel, fit HOST WICK i TYLEIl'S. HARNESS TRIM MINOS' A goo, ass .itiiKtit nl HOST WICK TYLER'S. ( A R I' I '. X I E ll 'S TO ( i LS. d E N K R A L HARD ' A HE AND CHAINS Of all kinds, at HOST WICK & TYLER',. TI NvTa RE ! At H0STW1CK & TYLEI!'?. JOIl TlrTvVORi; ! Pone on short netice and nt rensonalile r-rioc, nt HOSTWICK fi TYLEIl'S. ririyslmrg, Oliio, Oct. 21, 1831- 2My. 'PERMS OF COURT J'OR 18H2. I It ii oiili-ivd tliut Ilio serer.il courts for the year A. 1). 1--J-J2 slialiciiiniiv.'iico nnd ho held in the s 'vei'.il cnuii'.iiK ci inprisiiig the lOili Judicial Dis till! if the State of Ohio, ns follow s: IMrict Ciurl. In tha cntiutr of I'litnion, June 2-1. " ' " Wood, ' 20. " " ' " Crawford, July 1. " Wvandnt, " .1. " " llinnuk, " 8. " ' ' Sjiiec.i. " 10. Cctrtimon 7tj? C'-oui-tt, In the cnuntv of Seneca, Jjhu iry IS, May 2fi, Oc-t-iti -r 20. In tin county of Wyan lot.Esliruary 18, April 29, Nav;nli..r 11.' In tliu county of Crawford, March 4, May 13, Do coinh'T 2. In the county of Putnam, February 4, May 6,Oc-tol.fi-21. In tli county of Woo l, February 11, May 13, 0c toher 2s. In t'10 county of Il.inock, February 25, May 20, November 10. In witness whereof, we hayo signtvl this orJor officullv, this 1st dav of October, A. I). IS il. M. O. WIIITELKY. JOSIAII S. PLANTS. G. E. SE NEY. Oct. 23-25v4. Ju lpes 10th Jti licial Dist. ' ) OA I) NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a p.'tition will be presented to tlie County Com missi. miM, nt tlieir n.'xt r .pular sestion, usKinp them to cause to bo viewed, surveyed and cst.vlj lished, the following county road, to w-it: Coni ineniiiig nl a point on tho Porrysburg nn I Findhiv r..a t, Ii.tj the north line of s"'C.'s ll, 17 A 18, in I'eiTysburg tp.. Wood county, Ohio, intersects said road, thenee due east aloni; saiJ north linn of said section, until the sunn intersects the road running along thj cast lin : of s ii I s 'ction 16 and there t.T uiinste. JOHN YEAGElt.e' nl I'utition.-rs. IVrrrsbnrp, Oct. 22 I, IStil 25iv4 NOTICE Is hereby given that the nndcrsipn;d Ins been appointed executrix of the last will of John Fletcher, late of Wood county, Ohio.dee'd; all persona interested will govern themselves oc corlimrlv. EMELINE FLETCHER, Oct. 21, ISol 2iiv1 Ezecutris. I V E R Y A N I) S T A li L I N 0. II. C. LAWRENCE s;ill keens his Livery Estnb- lishnunt open for the accommodation of the public OLD STAND! Corner of Front and Walnut streets, Perrys'mrg, Ohio. HORSES HU IG1ES AND CARRIAGES Furnished at reasonable prices at all hours of the d.iv or n i i li t . iliiing mi tj large adtitions to his barn, ho is ii.e.v able to oiler to all coming t town Willi teams, it!i f'TABMNCi OF THE HEST KIND. M.-.i are al.v ivs in attjii l.mee, and na pains will be spared in give satisfaction. Oct. 11, is;i. H. C. LAWRENCE. ARMS I TO ARM." ! TO ARMS I The un lersipnD-.l has been duly commissioned and authorized to raise a Company of Volunteers f r tin; SIXTY- SEVEXTJl IIE1IMEXT 0. V. V. S. Infantry, to co into camp at CAMP OLIVER, near Toledo. I am stationed at IVrn sbutg, and am authorized to muster in recruits as fast as they oulis.1, and they will therefore draw Rations and Fay from the time of eiilis ineiit, and furnished with subsistence until sent into c imp. As soon as five or six men have been enlisted theii uniforms will lie ordered, and for every .' or (1 men thereafter that are iHilisted. No better in Inceni 'ills could possibly bo ottered to Young Men to Volunteer in tho defense of the ' SI ARS AND SI RITES," Ant ai I in sustaining THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION The pay is fr. m $13 lo $21 per month an I J100 I'ounty at t'ae close of the war, it is also expected that each volunteer will receive lml acres of land. Active m. 'ana are biiig taken to (ill this regiment ripmy ant tc is mciigiii it will lo got ready to take up the line of nt u c'i soon, if you are anxious to s -rve your country voluntarily, and avoid being drifted - whicli it is caru-'stly to be hoped will not nave io oe resoi ieu in in tins state. ttlk In aift Put l'bten Vvtr Xante.' 2 I Li-lit. JOHN H. PPAFFORO, Perrysburg, Oct., 1801. Hecruitie.g Oriieer. 'J-0 ARMS!-DON'T WAIT TO HE DRAFTED. The un tersie-ned has been duly (Vmm it and authorized by tho Adjt. Gnu of the State of utno, to raise s company of oluntecrs, for tho Sixtv-Sevonth Uciment O. V, U. S. Infantry, to go into Camp at CAMP OLIVER, NEAR TOLEDO, OIIIO, - I am stationed at Ferry sbutg, and am authorized to MfSTKK IX HKl'ltriT.. AS FAST AS TltKV ENLIST, and they will therefore draw It ttions an 1 Pay from the tune ol eu'.istin 'ii!, an t furnished with subsist ence until 30 or more tu.-n have enlisted when they i'.l b s -nt into Camp. As s.s.n as live or sis men have cnlUtel tlteir tiai Tonus will be ordered, and for every live or .ix in -n taeresfter that are enlist- c I. No belter inducein -iits could nossibly be otf r- ed to Young Men to Volunteer in tlie defense of the STARS AND SI 111 PES," . An 1 ai 1 in sust lining THE CONSTITUTION AND TIIE UNION The pay is fivt.i $13 to $21 per month, ami $100 Hounty, at the el. se of the war. It is also expect ed that each Volunteer will receive ltii) At 'RES OK LAND 1 Active means are being taken to fill this Regiment rani ll v. an I it is thought it will be got ready to take up the line of march soon, if yen are anxious to serve your country voluntarily, 'and aroid lieinp drafted Inch it is earnestly ui be hoped w ill not linvi' ti Ut resorted to iu this State. l:ifl shall be at Weodville, Stony Ridpe, How ling Ureen, and Fremont to receive recruits during the Coining week. Walk Up and Put I)om Tour Xaitufl Ji IJeut. ARTHUB E. PIERCE. rrrribujy, Oct IWJ. Kecruitiog Ofiieer. goods & cnoccmcs. ET THE WORLD III AD. FOR THK BEST dc CHEAPEST GOODS OO TO TH I STC8 Of W. J. IIITOnCOCK. nrw noor.st hew miens KKW OOOI'Sl KKW fHllKS lF.W tlOOl I KKW PKU'Ra KKW tlOOIlSl' SKW TRICKS I KKST GOODS t NSW PKTCKSl NKW 000l8 KKW MUCKS ( Mt ooorst nr.w prices I - The largest stocks of goods ever off cred in this market, embracing an endless variety of articles STAPLE, FANCY AND FASHIONABLE, In the selection of whicli no effort lias been spar ed to render it as attractive us possible, is now be ing opened at tho CHEAP DRY GOODS STORE of W. J. Hitoheocli, on the corner or Front and Lou isiana Avenue, Perrysburg, Ohio, QUALITY is tho DEST TEST of CHEAPNESS. Inspection and Comparison wilt prove that for ra rietv, elegance, richnes.i, cheapness, beauty and quantity, this stock is unsurpassed by any now ot tered in the West. LADIES' FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS I In this department great advantage may be obtain ed by close cash buyers, from the fact that the goods are boughtfor cash directly of the eastern dealers an I manufacturers, and nil imported goods arebo't at just what it costs to import tl.oin, heuce tie can afford to Mill goods at MUCH LOWER PRICES than goods are generally sold, which is an Item of groat interest to tlie people of Wood coun'y. A suf ilicient in duceiii.'Mt, we take it, to make Perrvs bitrg the trading point. EEADY MADE CLOTHING t In this department, we have the largest snd most complete assortment in Northern Ohio. Made up according to the latest fashions and in the most sub stantial manner, warranted to giro the rerr best satisfaction, or no sale. HARDWARE CROCERIES, &C. Those wishing to purchase anythinjrin this line will find it tn their advantage to pty my Store a visit before tuirchasii'p elsewhere. Tlie attention of the public is respectively invited to my extensive stock, feeling assured it will be time profitably spent. I5?"Pi'oduec taken in exchange for gords. W. J. HITCHCOCK. Perrysburg, January 2d, 1S61. Q. R A Jt D OPENING OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, nATS, CAPS, n o o t 8, Shoes, Clothing, Crockery and Glassware, WOODEN WARE, HARDWARE, Farming Tools, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC. Ladles' Dress Goods, New, Chaste, Ricli and Elegant Patterns, Just received by A. 0. WILLIAMS & BRO. Sugars, Amber Syrup; African, Rio and Java CoQees, Layer and Seedless Raisins, very nice, Prunes and Currants. GLASS, DYE-STUFFS SPICES, Kerosene Oil. Tea at 60 cents, snd $1 tea for 75 cents; try it. Prime Live Gccse l'catheis, Retailed from $1 t tb up. Mackerel snd Cod Fish, Lookiug Glasses, etc. CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, New Spring sod Summer styles, Strong and Cheap for Cashj for sale by Williams. GOODS AT SECESSION PRICES FOU TIIE LADIES. French Printed llarcgcs, rery cheap. French Printed Organdies, beautiful designs. Gingham Lawns, Printed Lawns, Printed Bril liantes, all entirely new t-tyles. Mourning (ntods, Embroideries, Bcrvgo dc Lsines, Summer Dress Silks, Linen Lustres, Valencias, Foulard Silks, Marseilles, Lawn Robes, Organdie Robes, Grenadines, CUallies, Counterpanes, A'upkins, Doylies, Damask Cloths, Ruffling, Edgings, Moreens, Funcls, Lacs Veils, Cotton Sheetings, Press Buttons snd Trimmings, a handsome assort ment, all new. Bonnets snd Ribbops, Misses' snd Cbildrens Fists and Hats, Parasols, the newest snd richest out; Shawls of every description, Mantillas and Raglans: please call and examine be for purchasing elsewhere. Fish ! Fish t A good supply of all kinds con stantly kept on band at our stors. reproduce taken in exchange for goods. A. O. WILLIAMS &. BRO. 3nd door fi? m tk post office. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. G BAWD ARRIVAL o r sfr:nj and summer goods i A T "HEAD QUAKrFITK3!:n' PERRYSBURTl',- OHIO. My stock is new and woll selected and embraces the best, latest nnd cheapest styles of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS; ALL GOING, GOINO C II E A P V 0 II C A S II t CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, HATS AND CAPS, All of the latest and very best fabric MOOTS AND SHOtS, snd CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER cm short notice and WARRANTED TO FIT. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, always oa hand. I am rccemng this spring the largest stock of GROCERI ES ever brought to this city, which I intend to SELL VERY LOW FOR CASH. FLOUR: keep on hand PEARL MILLS XX FIOLTt, which always gives the very best satisfaction, COFFEES: Java, Santoss snd Rio. TEA: Imperial, Black and Young Hyson. SUGARS: Crushed, Coft.e Sugar, Common to Prime. TOBACCOS: All kinds from Twist to the finest Cavendish. In thort, every thing usually kept in a wholesale snd retail dry goods snd grocery stare. The Ilighest Market Price IN CASn OR TRADE, Paid for prodnce of all kinds. NOTICE. rcrasns bringing in Corn will text aotics thai it roust be first thoroughly cleaned. The "Emma Bovston" is bow receirisf grabs regularly at the rerrytburj Dock. .' WM. HOUSTON.