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Biddeford Union and Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Biddeford, MaineWill Robab a by a change in our Stafl Ruffic a. To Kew a a Good Deal of Diati faction in us Regimbal on account of the inefficiency of the entire Taft which every Day a a mum Mora apparent. Major Kice m you Are probably aware Baa reign d. Hin ignation Haa been accepted and i place a now Araut hut will be tilled in a few dare. The Maine eth arrived Here on saturday or last and a encamped near a a source of Coo at ant cure to a when to compare the Little 7 by 9 Tanta which a now Hare with theire and the Nice Onea with which the state of Maine provided a when we left which were left at Long Island and have not been heard Frum a Cal. Tattoo a beating and i must Cloee. Very truly Youra j. N. A. Coital journal. Biddeford he., october 28,1801. 7 advertise re Are particularly request. My Baal Ollita ii u Early la the Niu Iii i. Lnor or to Naira the or laser Tola they Vaitul be a cell a by to Tae Silay Iowa. Pay wanted. Kur a Nam a of to oath part us wet Lar in Altur or. And All oth a who of a for do rating or a work an earn and invitation to Belli a in this Rui a Foj by to Imily a Luent of their Hill our Pap a Aiah a want a i a. Our Oglw a up want Aumer and a need a Llull or mar for aunt spas a my of what Isdale us would rejoice oar heart Aud Uuk a al that the publication of a pop a i no Burden. He earnestly nor at the who Are hark to pay a Slomer sent a by tall al wat Roach a. Hul Kiihr 11in a the re Claler can pay a la rnai potato. Or country prod i by choose. We Trust that this Earnest and Falbe Tuaato Lavius Tiki will not be dlr cart a. York cavalry. The company of cavalry Niit a a by the lit or left for Augusta on to wan bid Colby Frank it. Raj Shapleigh. John i. Stih Simon Irvin Liau. Ii. , jr., Lenry a Tel Bury we. U. Cd rom. I Iraik ii. Pray Johnson Tarlton Jami Pil Ulm Hen v Lawn. Chark w. Cuan. Luth a 11. Sun Long by pm w. Merrick John ii. It Ulrich l. C. Smith Khan Cluff we. Kiwi Charon ii. Fun rpm a a. C. Wright. Khuoi i. Tripp Lurnel Haim n. U. W. York John i. C. Lar kit Rig a d. Nun urn w. Mitchell John p. W Chi a too. F. Lith cd Joseph f. Horn Kull my mtg a in w 8. Little Finkl a h. Roberta Vui lt., c. P. Lon hid. Surg to Seth dts Inkham id Sergt r. A. Wood or. 3d Sylvester Hatch 4th Samuel Cole 3th Oliver m. Cou eat it cor., k. A. Henderson id " a. J. Cd 3d " Kum d 0. Murry 4th " John 9 a Lerom 3th " liar Ripon Llanon Fth Wash n Emerson 7th " Horace junking 8th " w. K. Willard drummer Theodore Drew Kifer c. E. Marshall Wagoner i Lummer a. Adjutant Geo. W. Hrack rtt John m. Brackett Norw k. Bancroft Sun fori. Biddeford. Altol. North Berwick. Elinon. Well. Karo Funk. San Ford. Lebanon. Lyman. Kennebunk. San Ford. Acton. Berwick. Krone hunk. Sanford. Or Nia Lutler Simeon coffin Iii Kiel Cooty win. Clark John ii. Duncan a Brum p. I Kim l Uta c. 1kju4 in. 5. Dutch com. Ii. I Gromb to w. Rvl Alfrom Rifi t. Goodwin John u. Goodwin Joaeph s. Getchell Kranci Llull Lenry a. Llull Geo. Ii. Hubbard Stephen Hill Albert a Higley Edwin Ali Naoa Joeeph Hilton in. N. Hatch John Jaeha i Urx s. Joy David ii. Knights Alonzo win. A. Moor Charlea Kandall Jacob p. Key mild we. Lowe a Bunezer kicker Ellenj. Kicker Tho Ina 8e��y Xais Shackley Lliran m to Lon we. W. Want Worth Lar Zekiah Welch Charlea d. Whitton a. K. W Naiu b. C. Wight . San Ford. South Berwick. Ken or bunk. Lowell mass. Uht mid. Alfred. Kennebunk. Lebanon. Sanford. Milton. N. H. Lebanon. San Ford. Well. Han Ford. South Berwick. Sont raw . South Berwick. Lyman. Walla. Ii Bufard. Siuth Berwick. Kenoe bulk. San Ford. Ii Lebanon. Acton. Alfred. San Ford. Ii Shapleigh. Alfred. Sanford. Sha Leigh. Alfred ii Ciuco. I hmm or a Henri. urge rebel Schooner lying in Humphries Creek near a i i Riwk Wiki Burnt on saturday lift in style. 7 a. L. Iii owl Lieut commanding. Tho Schooner wan seen in the keeping of u number of Rem soldiers who evidently intended crossing Tho Potomac. I our Breve commander thought it important therefore to destroy her. Lie say in it official report with thin object in View i took two launch and my boat and pulled in for Tho Vemel at half Post two o clock in the morning. Ono of the launches was Corn handed by midshipman ii. F. Stewarte con punic by the master Edward l. Laynes of the Ili Wun and Tho other by acting Mas Urr Foster of Tho in Waluto. I also took with to the Pilot of Tho Rami Lewis l can. Some Little difficulty was experienced in find ing the Entrance to the Reck which you will remember As very narrow but having found it we pulled up this crooked Chancl with in pistol shot of either Shore until we Dis covered the Schooner. She was close to the Shore in charge of a sentry who fled at our approach and alarmed Tho Camp. She had a new suit of sails and All the furniture Complete in the Cabin which was gathered together and fired producing a Beautiful conflagration but unfortunately revealed our Justion to the enemy who commenced a spirited fire from both Banks of that narrow and tortuous Stream intermingled with opprobrious epithets until to were beyond their Range. A Wint Rutm rur from St. Laiouia concur in representing that mrs. Kits in not i in it Civ a engaged in defending her huf bund s reputation again t the Maulta of Hia Eneim declaring her hatred of them in no tinted measure and with the fierce vindictive intensity of her hither. Indeed Abe seems to surpass even him in the ferocity of her Luw ult. She a com rinsed her Hiie wind to Jefferaon City and reviewed the too an they filed off on their March toward set Ali. Her oldest boy Amine twelve or fourteen Yeara of age wore a lieutenants and Youn Jer one a sergeant s uniform. The oldest is to form a member of Hia father a military household. Indeed it would not be surprising if Jewie constituted herself a member of Tho staff for she a been with her Husland on More than one perilous Ven Ture. Ller presence would ii ure Energy and rapidity of movement even if Fremont had Ever exhibited any lock of these qualities. Treason in tic lit the do True Rita found when i Paducah waa occupied were letters from two members of or Buchanan s Cabinet while yet in office stat ing the number and Quality of arms which would to in the Southern state at Tho expiration of their terms of office and other in formation which will to of use when the a Bullion is crushed. By Mono Mil to the prisoner at Rich i Oihi a p or Halljr Ali info by the concede rate authorities for their own in other Artiel not a Ful to the army sometimes find their Way to the prison from their Fri Iula at Hogue and or always race itch it intense overflowing gratitude. Lieut. Tioy to of u m Klait fourth Maine had 2 ent him rum tvo ror in Gold he received $2 in Confederate Bonds. Or the following a a list of the article in from this City for the Benefit of our pick soldiers 70 Pillow 91 Pillow Caes 42 sheets to Comfort. 10 pair socks 11 blankets 14 shirts 20 towels 8 handkerchiefs 4 pair drawer 4 cushions 8 Cushion Cam. Mori articles Are on band ready to be forwarded. By a understand the dry goods dealer in this City and Saco Hare arranged to keep their stores open on tuesday thursday and to saturday evenings till 9 o clock and the ther evenings monday wednesday and Friday they will Cloas at dark As usual. To arrangement is to commence at once a Elf the readers of the journal see any thing amiss in the present Issue they must lit it to the absence of the editor who gone soldiering. Far u Lalon Ami journal. South Limington Seminary. Thia institution of learning i situated int Lio uth met of the town of Limington in Tho Northern part of York county Ami about 22 Miles a Cut of Portland. It is located entirely in a Rural 1 a Trio. It has maintained an honorable Runk Giuong read Finical institutions for Trio last ten years. Away from the temptations and contamination of the i City and of Tho Village it m peculiarly adapted for Auch a Witali for a retired and quiet school. In my experience a an instructor for a number of year. I think i have never known a private school where the people Are to generally interested in in aug waa As the people of sooth Limington Are in the Prosperity of the Seminary. A Well abstained freewill Baptist Church u located there iter. Charles Lurlin a Ita present stator. Prof. Albert g. Munson a the present principal of the Seminary. The school numbers this fall Between forty and fifty pupils. Several of them have left in order to enlist in the grind army who Are going to conquer an Exigence for our moved country. Or. M. Himself would i into the War if his health worm Jie Nuit. To such As Deaire a school for their Sona and daughters where Good moral and religious influences predominate we would commend Thia institution. Or. M. Is an accurate thorough and elegant we know from terminal experience. We have Long known him and we Cun speak with Confidence of his ability a a teacher and of his excellent moral and religious Fruita a a Man. Frequently the Awod Tiona and Teui Tationa of the City and the vill Ige prove fatal to Tho Morula of Young Minda. If a rents when about to Send their children away to school More generally selected a Small quiet school in mime Rural District instead of our larger in Atit Tiona of learning much More Benefit would he derived therefrom. Cook. Army correspondence. Camp Lyon Baltimore md., oct. 19,1801. J or. Editor dear sir having a few Leisure moments 1 will improve Vliem by writing a few lines to the Good old journal. Our regiment has More sickness than usual about Olio Hundred Are sick at present although not Many Are dangerously so our col. Is very Siek in the City also lieutenant Walker of co. Of both eases being typhoid fever. Col. Marshall is missed very much his pleasant smiles and kind words Hugo a great bearing Quiong his soldiers his orders u ing obeyed from respect rather than fear. The regiment is now under Lieut. Col con. Nor a Tine officer. Humours Are afloat that the 10th Aro to move in a Lew Days to join the division stationed at Anna Dia we shall mis them very much. The least number of regiments tossed through this week of any week since we Caine Here. 1 understand our regiment has had two invitations recently to go away but Aro detained on account of sickness we Are in a very Good place now but Muny would gladly go to Missouri. Our location although very plea int is i fear Una culty our Days hero Are very pleasant but the nights Are cold und uncomfortable. Tho work on Tho fort is progressing Well four sixty four Pounders Are Here but Aro not Yot mounted it will take some time to finish it yet Tho working party having been reduced to one Hundred per Day. We have a Good Chance to Drill and of Lato we have improved it. I will now close having written More than i intended and 1 fear but Little worthy of note. Your obedient servant sergeant j. F. Doe co. Of 7th Reg t. M. V. M. Tut a Dkl confiscation rebel confiscation is u measure of Tho most sweeping kind. It declares All persons re siding in the North to lie alien enemies exempt those living in Delaware Maryland Kentucky Missouri District of Columbia new Mexico Arizona and the Indian Terri tory and in Eliom excepted states those acting against the rebels Are aliens also Anil any property or effects which they May own in the South is forfeited. Even residents of the Loyal United states whether citizens or foreigners air to Havo their Southorn property confiscated. Lle Celiven Are to examine attorneys and Counselor presidents and Cashiers of Hanks and the principal administrative officers of railroads and All other corporation Ull agent of foreign corporations insurance agents commission merchants engaged in foreign Trade agents of foreign Trade agents of foreign mercantile houses dealers in Bills of Exchange co tutors and administrator of estates to find out such alien owners and every possible Mode of reaching Tho desired information is put in Force. The rebel rulers do not mean to Lea to a single Dollar to escape that they can Lay their Handa upon. A conspiracy against the Union which begun in Thoft of govern ment property very properly sustains itself by wholesale plunder of every individual who will not lend himself to Tho nefarious schemes of these rebels. A a ti�0 nation my Republican washing ton contradicting one of the in Rnold a Bugaboo Atoria about Lite Vait rebel Force in Virginia that the total fore of the enemy in \ in Ginio Doe not exceed uni no men i a certain an it ran Ite Viado by anything we sort of an actual count. If the administration would yield to the Klisey which the contractors Evv to dictate their continual Dianica we should have our army Here then have it kept in idleness until doomsday. That is what the contracture want and it a the real object � f All the Patiic which they instigate through a press keeping them Lea carefully cont a d All the while. Slut they will find mocked by the administration a adj 10 being the War to a it the mating a the Roberta family took ,4m, in Alfrow on the lat int. Then were or rent a per Aona con pricing three generation. The Forenoon waa a it in singing Reading the scriptures prayer and social conversation. At 12 1-2 o clock the company Aat Down to a Bountiful old Fatah loved country dinner after which the time waa moaned pretty much a in the Forenoon until 4 o clock when they separated after singing Good old " Amer Ica my Aoa Arr. To of tax. A Luau us la Titi a. Report of comte them. Mail milk cull it Skow and fair of tit York county oct Elf Keld at Osseo and bid dry. We award the society first Premium of 8j.00 there were ave Lota of Woolen yarn entered All doing credit to the exhibitor. To no. 33,1u skeins spun by mra. Aaron w. Milliken a first Premium of 81,00 to no. 330, spun by mra. John Stimson. Limerick we award a Premium of .73 to l i skeins spun by miss liitle Boothby 8aco, we award a gratuity of .30 to no. 3w, spun by mrs. 8. L. Milliken of Luxton we award Woodale a report. This lot of yarn wan much Courser than the others just what our Brave soldiers want Well knit into socks. Ladies As Winter approaches do not forget the defenders of our bleeding country. Ali no. 100, Sleigh Robe useful and pretty made by mrs. John 1 May last l Araon shield we award a gratuity of .50 to no. 107, Roll of carpeting Woven by mrs Charity Pom. Of Sago 8ii years of age from Cotton rags durable Aud pretty we award a Premium of 81,30 to no. 175, entered by Lorace Woodman Domestic Linen we award society s diploma. To no. 100, entered by James m. Our Bank of Saco Bunch of Shooks. Made very neatly by machinery we award Woodale a report. To no. 413, fleece of Wool entered by mrs. Horatio Dunn of Dayton weighing 0 1-3 lbs of excellent Quality to award a Premium of 81.00 All of which is respectfully submit de. Daniel8timson, j. Ii. I Arker com. F. A. Day. Ladies report. The committee on fancy articles consider the Supply As nut quite so varied a on sonic former occasions but All articles received Are worthy of much commendation. To hand some and comm odious Hall afforded a Fine Opportunity for a larger display than usual hut considering the unfavourable state of too weather it quite equalled our expectations. The committee have awarded premiums according to the Best of their judgment As follows to miss Lucy a. Mill Ken Luxton Hearth Rug. ,50 mrs. Oliver p. Milliken Luxton 2 i knit Bono ,25 miss Surah j. Smith a Biddeford enl did ered skirt ,50 miss i Ouisa c. Holmes a Biddeford embroidered Slipper ,50 Arthur Towle Luxton Cono Basket ,25 " Cono Frame ,25 miss Mihala a. Malekie a Biddeford pm Broi Deml skirt ,75 mrs. 11. K. Loss a Biddeford Shell table ,75 mrs. Horace flacon a Biddeford knit Lump Mats,2o toilet Cushion. ,25 miss Cora Osgood a Biddeford Limp mat ,50 " " Crochet shawl ,50 Mies Augusta Milliken Luxton Lippon 44 " bracelets ,12 44 44 tucked skirt ,25 or. C. A. Emery bid Dolord Shell Tuble ,50 mrs. Keelo Saco sofa Pillow ,50 44 work Basket ,20 mrs. Loisa Dyer Ili Deford silk quilt 1,00 mrs. D. L. Mitchell Saco embroidered slippers Dpi. 41 14 head Basket 50 mrs. Stephen Ellis Ili Deford lamp Mats ,25 44 44 Crotchet Sontag ,50 mrs. Mary e. Newton bid Dolord Burr Basket ,50 mrs. Eunice Smith Biddeford Rug ,50 miss Ellen Kin stick Crotchet scurf0 mrs. X. A Kidd Ili Deford rag. ,50 mrs. M. J. Bailor bid Dolord worked ottoman � ,75 mrs. Brown Wells embroidered Tahl covering. 1,00 44 hair work. I e. Lersey Saco Crotchet funds .50 miss Elizabeth e. Libbey Burr whatnot 50 44 44 Basket ,25 miss Sarah o. Atkinson Buxton 5 prs. To spun and knit by u child 12 years old. ,75 mrs. Hannah Eastman Ili Deford quilted silk skirt ,75 miss Isabel Dalton Saco Crotchet tidy ,20 miss Mary Baldwin Biddeford hair wrench ,50 mrs. James g. Cousens Kennebunk braided Rug ,1,50 miss Mali Ala a. Maceio picture Frame ,25 mrs. Job Foss Lii Deford knit counter pane. ,1,00 miss Susan Berry Biddeford Crotchet Sun set. ,50 " slippers ,12 or. A. Ii. Jellison Biddeford Burr Frame and wraith ,75 mrs. W. 1. Gown Biddeford Palm Leaf Basket ,20 mis Ellen Jillison Biddeford Crotchet slippers ,12 " Sunset ,20 mrs. W. P. Gown Biddeford four pm braids red chairs Dpi. K 1,00 min Muryll. Armstrong Hurr Basket ,25 miss Elizabeth Olill Biddeford leather Frame ,25 Minn Esther b. Boothby Saco Corn and bean Box ,50 miss Julia Welch Biddeford Wall Basket. ,25 miss Eliza Boardman Biddeford Shell Frame Dpi. Pfc ,50 mis Lizzie r. Of. Biddeford Shell Monument. ,25 mrs. T. L. Jacobs Wells knit quilt ,50 miss f. L. Jones Saco embroidered hand Ken-1 Lief ,50 Mim Isabel Owen Suco boy s shirt made by a i irl v yrs. Old .25 Mia Ada Jordan Saco embroidered skirt ,50 mrs. M. A. Caret Saco Rug ,25 mrs George a. Loans con Saco Crotchet shawl ,50 mrs. Lebecca Merrill Buxton a lady 05 hrs. Old for Patchwork made without the Aid of glasses ,20 or. L. Ii. Wentworth Rug Dpi. 2,00 miss Sarah Suwall Saco Turkey pin Cusoli Ion Crotchet sack ,25 " Needle Case ,12 mrs. E. G. Berry Biddeford quilt ,50 my. J u Parker Biddeford Shell Framo and Moss work miss Julia a. Libbey Biddeford tidy i5 mrs. Julia Welch own embroidered Blan Ket. Miss Catherine ii. Foss. Saco mittens. .25 or. J Antes w. Littlefield tidy Dpi. Mia August during Sago Crotchet " embroidered tidy ,25 mrs. Mary Foster worked map Ami band miss Emma e. Wentworth Biddeford Pil Lar. And Hood ,25 miss Ellen Ile Raey Saco Crotchet sack .25 mrs. Hannah Gould Kennebunkport a in Rwjr 08 yrs old 2 or. How knit with one hand ,50 Mian Hannah a. Benton Kennebunkport knit How ,23 Mia Eliza Chick Limington Blind girl Bead Basket 1.00 mrs. Mary Dennett a lady 93 yrs. Old 2 or. How �50 knit tidy. ,25 mrs. James Maddix Dayton knit Nunter pane s 1,00 or. Mary Millikan Buxton How ,75 i Margaret Haley a Biddeford skirt ,25 mrs Sophia Wells Buxton 10 prs. To1,00 Mia Augusta Washburn Sico Are urn of in command it Bowling Green and in an other to to on Tho March to join Price in Mii Wouri who is hotly pressed by Fremont. It is in it Stiblo to reconcile these contradictory accounts and Thero is an equal Chance that Nono of to ctn Aro True. Missouri. At Tho latest account from Misouri Gen Fremont was at Warsaw awaiting the completion of Tho Bridge Over Tho Osage River. It a reported that Price and Mcculloch Havo joined their forces and returned to Osccola Vrh Ero they intend to make a Aland against Fremont. If Liia account a True the trial of arc nth lie tween the two Hostilo armies cannot Long be deferred. The town of Islington Hoa l can recaptured by a detachment of Federal troops and the rebel Garrison of Jami men made prisoners. A St. Louis Dia Patch denies the a action of Tho Cincinnati Garetto that an order to been Ian cd for Tho removal of Gen. Fremont from his command. The naval operations. Shcaal dispatches received at n. Y. From Washington Saj Tliatha gentleman just from Tho South states that Tho Squadron below new Orleans had an engagement with the rebel Squadron under Lollina and that two of our vessels run aground and suffered considerably. Tho sinking of the Preble is do Nied. Nono four vessels were captured and but few lives lost. We shall soon Havo the rights of Tho Story. By last evening s telegrams bring us fur ther retorts of Tho Sucic Reful attack upon Tho u. S. Float below new Orleans. The rebel Fleet Conan item of the steamers Manassas the Ham Tho Calhoon the Joy. The Jackson Tho Macro Tho Tuscarora and Tho Pickens. The Richmond inquirer gives Tho Story As follows Tho Federal ships were the Richmond Vincennes Preble water Witch and Tho Schooner Joseph 11. To Ono ill All Allty thru guns. Tho night was intensely dark and Tho Man Assas ran into a vessel striking her near Tho How and cutting into her upwards of 20 feet. Appalling shrieks were heard aboard other signal rocket Wero fired Tho federals beat to quarters and u a hts it Inin Hail my upon Ami around the , during which her machinery la Cumo deranged. When Tho firing ended Tho Fleet returned to new Orleans with the Prisc Schooner to reply ii. To Ono loaded with Coal which had Toen deserted during Tho night. A Largo Quantity of Lualter intended or Tho construction a fortification at the head of Tho posses wan Hurnt. A launch belonging to Tho Steamer Pic Himond Laden with cutlasses wan also captured. Tho Vcci sunk was Tho inc Ennis not Tho Pruhlo. Tho Vin Leonea a n 20 gun vessel built in 1826. Layral a. Fortress Monroe oct. 21. The Tevero Galo which Baa prevailed but a now moderating a somewhat retarded Tho preparation fur Tho Grout expedition. Pilot Knob mo., oct. 22. Tho following disc watch a received hero Thia morning and forwarded to had Quad Tara at St. Louia Fredericktown oct. 21.in conjunction with c 1. Pluimer a command to have routed Tho rebels of Thompaon and Lowes timoted at 5000. Their los waa heavy Oura Small and con fined principally to the lat Indiana cavalry. To captured 4 heavy gun. Lowe Tho rebel Leader waa killed. Muj Gavitt and cant. Wyman of the Indiana in tally Wen killed in charging on a Tho command of col. Plutner referred to above waa on Friday morning lat ordered Forward by Ion. Grant from Girardeau with instruction to move toward Frederick ton and Cut off the Retreat of Thouis Natul Lowe s army. At last accounts Tho rebels were in full re treat with their baggage train and our troops in Pursuit. Two Soliel surgeons came into Frederick ton or col liw s l Ody. They acknowledge a loss of 200 kilted and wounded but it must have been larger. Cincinnati oct. 22. A courier arrived from Camp Dick Ito Hin non. Report that there wan n fight Are term a Between Zolli Oefler with Mph or 7 hmm and col. Car Rudd with 1200 men at Camp wild cat. Zolli Oefler made three different attack and we re nuked each to Iii with considerable com. The Federal com was 4 killed and 20 wounded. The courier met reinforcement i of Oue regiment and artillery a on to Weir was. , oct. 22. A letter dated Steamer Flag off Charles ton oct. Lgth Wajn yesterday saw a hip standing in intend ing to run Tho blockade pursued her when she wan run Anchor and All hand escaped be fore overtaking her. Hoarded her Alio proved to to Tho Thomaa Watson formerly of Philadelphia hut lately purchased by Charleston ians. She Wai from Liverpool with wit funnel and blankets. The latter article were taken out and the ship Burnt. Rotthe Bangor whig says the Woolen factory at North Vassalboro under the management of Thoa. 3. I no Esq. A run Ning Day and night for the manufacture of cloth for the government. They turn out about fourteen Hundred Yards per Daj of army blues which a As rapidly made up in to comfortable uniforms for the Soldier. News itbx8. To. How i7aru in . It is mid that the government a about to i be aural my Nejapa or envelopes which Promise to be n great Public a a Veniene. The Post office department is to furnish them for $1,16 per Hundred. To the published statement of the first Quarter of our to Atnel receipts since Scosea ainu Aho a a decrease of Only about fifty thousand dollars imm the receipt of the previous Quarter while the exp Naes Hato been eleven Hundred thousand Dollora less a saving of Over a million do Lara in thirteen wreak. The Utica Herald states that Cinco the opening of navigation the Quantity of Grain and flour pawing through that cite on the Erio canal Haa averaged Ono thousand bushels per hour Day and night. The aggregate up to sept. 7th, was 33,000,000 Hua Hela. Lat Nairn at Kennebunkport on 5th int Iron Tho Yard of Mew a a. Clark a Superior Alsip of about 1225 Tona named Star of the sea built and owned by Captain n. L. Thompaon of Kennebunk. She will proceed to n. York to Load Grain Lor Europe. To three Cheesea were on Eishi Hixion at Tho late new York Stato fair that were each 31 incite in diameter 18 Inch thick and weighed g2s pounds. Thoy Aro making one lit a cheese factory in Jefferson county that is expected to weigh pounds. A Porr Roiman. John g. Whittier. For Hia amiability and for Hia genuine car stir ring poetry Deserrea to lie exempt from Tome of the i lit to which men who Havo Garden have been heir to during Tho pint summer and autumn but he Mut Bei Lasard with the common Herd in this respect. Whittier loves Irani and he raises them tix. Thin year in thu midst of the general fruit amino Tho destroying Angel left untouched the Inlet s Pear tres tier is ing loll of Luciou ileum. Harrietts. Four Hes ac., Tail a few flight ago sonic Imp without Wing stole them All. Auie Bury owe it to herself to ferret out the and in in Rascal who ban thu treated her let and Moat renowned citizen Schur Yurt Herald. ? it Var May coat an immense Deal wit certainly not a thousandth Pirt As much As Peaco upon Tho Basil of a permanent Divi Sion of tie journal. Those who get nervous Over Tho Cost of putting Down the Emlion will do Well to consider this it May coat us hundreds of millions to assert the sur May of tax government but if we succeed it will 1st the Chea teat investment to Ever made. Sue. Ceca in Auch a Oon teat cannot lie too dearly purchased. He who thinks More of Hia Honor deserve to die the death of a dog if we Are not willing our Elvra in order Rescue our institutions from destruction to Ore unfit to Lear the name of free men. A Good joke of Tuscon ditto or a Stow Oswego times tolls the fallow ing Good Story fat Trio exp Nso of a conductor known among the " la a " As " Aleck " on the two o clock slow freight and a Longcr train from Syracuse yesterday were u lady and her my a youth of Good Druien Sions the latter travelling on a half ticket. After innumerable stoppages and delays in unloading freight ac., by which the patience of the Pisa Engchi is usually exhausted Long i whore they reach this City the conductor made his appear and for tickets. Glancing at the pasteboard received from the Hoy. Lie looked tint at him then at his Mother and then at the ticket and remarked that to wits 1 a Large Hoy to be Riding at half Are 1 know said the lad i know he is air hut then he s grown a Good Dof cavalry in the Field. The loyalty of Indiana looms up conspicuously when the exertions of her people in the cause of the Union Are compared with other states. The i Louisville Democrat says give us the kentuckians and Indian ans in the army of the i Otimae Western Virginia and Missouri and Indiana and Kentucky can fight this War out a lbs 01 an Iota Keasli. In a Lata Telegraph. It Haa Hren held amid the fast Nesses if u everlasting bilk. The Rocky Mountain presided to mighty Mississippi Mal the motion the Alleghany Mountain seconded it. And every Mountain and Hill and River and Valley in this vast country sent up a unanimous voice retold re that to Are one and inseparable and what Ood he mined together no Man shall put Asun Der. It Prince do Joinville is said to hive $ i pm ,000 a the National Loaa braid placing his two sons in the Union army. Ilu Roor has it also that in uis Napoleon a making an investment in the a loan to Tho extent of $3,000,000. It is Well for thu a eur twin magnates u Wake some Safe investments for they know not win re they will a with another turn of the wheel of Fortune. Lie Oides the rate of interest on our loan is al out double what can in obtained in Kurppe. J2t this is 0�n. Anderson s up Cecli to the Kentucky Homo turds ploys you an going to al put for your country. Ii nor yourself by heroic did in h a hut Ulf. Never i to Ruck yourselves boys. Do every thing thut is right isl Mything that m wrong. There boys that is my speech to from this Tkv Urbec to Roaal. Shall Milino furnish Hor full quota of the coif million National troops. If our anus of a half million u put into the of told fur Tfir Popw of a wiring the Union and injuring the into of the nation Maine Hare will a 1g.2oo men. Id tint Rule elation of Lar Tho Lojdl fax state an reckoned tin militia and Lomu flu Ruof i Airi Kentucky and Maryland rated Lor local it View not taken into the account. Distributed among our Yrimia coun ties in in portion to their population Tho following would tie the quota of each an it to Cunt Rland Franklin Lull look a Koniw Kin Lincoln of font ivol cd i Itrat Htiu nigh Litho Sinh rat wll ilk Waali Lugton York 768i 1957 h9 Ura 14.17 is 720 a of 1881 3 Joji \ pm Ift 1507 16.250 the Loyal state of the Union Hravey a they have Liua far confronted Tho rebellion Havo Imp div yet waked up to it no a stunt and Ila form idame nature. No with the terrible a bring throughout the whole South and tax utter in Strati Ono All their commercial rotation Tho Luchel Leal i m determined to fight till they Aro thoroughly whipped Ami with a denigration ugh in it teem thut Only a a Rary remark Cru Unaloto lift their Henna Ami our victories have a Little Uhnken their spirit a their victories Hare tub duo Imp determination o the North. They Aro hoarding their Cotton upon the plantations and fortifying their Rivera and harbours. The a pie t nit Ion Ollie property of aliens � on daily und nightly the nun turn out m mass nod Dri l. Tho North a Hall a muted com pared with Tho Rebol state. To amid Many men hut they Many Umoru. To contribute freely hut they lavishly. A Haat of our ability to and two men to their Ono. They go to work and outnumber a from Munda Ais to lathing by. This a a det venite Trug Gle our Tumplue do not Jet Realise How a pirate. If in would conquer we must pub North All Nir strength am put it Forth at Oscr. Thi Winter must Aee u mar Arloua in crease in our Avni Lume Field Lunn or we had latter never have recept a Thia fight or Coua to Patriot and holy in Tho co o All Lover of Liberty Law und go government a ant tax Olive Eta for which we Lay Down our Lin und our Fortune. It would have own u tier to surrender our nationality at Ocon than to have Pitt input to vindicate it Ami fail in the Effort. In Liia Gigantic a Trugolo whoever Elso Hall be Liui Kwan whoever else shall come abort of the full Meta urn j performed by other if there is to in , Din Ter a Atli let not the Ona of the Puritan shrink run Tho encounter and the sacrifice. If there i to in Vietry returning and Wiro Rity of we firmly a Lieve tin re will be let not Tho people of Maine of i5e Rived of the immeasurable of having done their full Fiur in restoring auth Price icons Blessing to our country and to Mankind. In a count of Pioci la waged for civil in arty Ami Tho life of a fro eople new hol land by her character her Jusimi Tiomi and her glorious t rid it Ion Mutt to in Tho Van and it should to Tho aim of Maine to he the Ore in my even in new King loud 11 our coun Ting town Valley Vio with each then in Tut pouring Xit biotic Soldier for Tho army of Tho Union pm Nebr journal. What the Wab i to first time since they bad a history of their own the i i Sutra in. Whether feral or conf Deralus a Eneo unerring real difficulties nod Aich Tinc reel Battla against a Jual foes. No a Twat the difficulties Are Arlo crr to the Batter fought with one another. The Union by divided itself and gone to bul flu but Tho must m the name. The nation a t Mih through the Crucible it a being purged 11 the trait of National strength of individual Hardihood of administrative ability and of comic spirit to which we in the old world Hava n subjected to Over and Over again Rota youth upward Are now suddenly applied to our american Brethren in the full tide of their wraith and enjoyment. In their turn they have to Diaco Vrr by hard trial we Ether they a beef general who can command soldiers who will fight ministers with ability to org Nice and a National a Plait Loyal enough to redeem lha heavy Burden the chilling disappointments and above All the or Ariadme Deu a inevitable in a aute of War. It is ind sad but improbable that the struggle May serve not Only to Pruta but to produce the Virtues it is most desirable to find. It May be a proof a Wall As a test of the american character. From the pending contest Lite nation May retire a the and n Hausted and impoverished. But aay a or by Sac Rice of Money it territory will be amply re paid if the National energise have Leen trained and society in every Circle Baa Learned in set due value on the Poetee Ioas which have been gained or preserved. At a heavy coat of blood or treasure. If such should be i he result of lha will have Provett the happiest event that Ever happened to America. The May is weaker poorer and even disunited by its occurrence but the loss will be far Over balanced by tha gain. They will bags acquired a better title to re incl from nations. Above All they will have Learnt better Bow to respect cd Romolt. To Tho ill a al Kip edition which Baa in much talked of end which we Hope will perform Decca which american people will be proud to Ulk of in future be in in insuring. All of theae treacle Soat of which were filled out at new York Are on their War to fam too Hooda the place of and Noa. The Fleet will exact in magnitude and Natal Force Ever collected in Thia country comprising fifteen Nateama Hirw of 25.0m tone eight chartered Whipe 10,483 tone ten do. Barka of 4480 tone and Twenty Acbo Ocra in addition to the Man of War revela. So toe Gomien were taken on Board at new York before the mailing of the

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