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Biddeford Union and Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Biddeford, MaineThe Union amp journal. A political and family newspaper. Will Pew Hably by a Chang in our .u�1 officers. To a i 5001i Deal of Diara traction in the regiment on account of Tbs inefficiency of the entire staff which every Day be Rone apparent. Major Rico u Yon Are probably aware Baa renin no in Ilia no a a nation Baa been accepted and Hia place a now vacant but will be filled in a few Daya. The Maine 9th arrived Bare 1� saturday at and a encamped near a a source of Coo at ant envy to a when to compare the Little 7 by 9 Tenta which we now have with theire. And the Nice one with which the state of Maine provided a when we left which were left at Long Island and have not been heard from since. 1 at too a beating and i Nuat clone. Very truly your j. N. A. Jbf Minimi a journal. Biddeford mo., october 20,1801. 7 advert Sere Are particularly revue it of to ban-1 la thar it la a Timmy no a Early la the Wmk a pm Wuu it la la Untaro la a Acara thar incr Tola us a Aziul by real vol by Fri actual Aura. Pay wanted. Kur a number of Nauta pad the Wahly at pc it Tallur a the Publ Alloa of the l Nola Andje a Aal a a Hama vary much la and Imp of lha re Ralpl. Avara of the hard areas it the Liiamaa. And of the Lacars Alsace it would be to some to make pay int at a Tima of the year Whan Ai Otey la Gaea rally a Carra with one a lass of oar a Eba Celbar a the Farmers a a Sra Aada Evora to at along without a Traa Aleg the collection of our Deal. Via Tiara retired la Myhr elea Aara Alf nil bar than to pet oar a aha Arttra to Inahara Alpoca. The Tina has a coma when a Naad what la oar Ilaa Aad a Gire Avary a Uba Elbar who la a adapted for Thapa car. End All other who owe us for a liar to Long it a work an Eamar to Aad Allbe Lonata incl Talon to Alp a in la la a Margate. By lha speedy in Manl of thar Hill paper Makar want Money Nur Oiw help want Money and a Erad a Little Owr a air Abr thu ill a a pan a. A Malaty of what Lidia a would re Olio on heart Aad make a feel that the publication of a paper i no Burden. He earnestly entreat Thorn who Are Back to pay in a Money and u. By mall always Raa Eha a. Itu Merther urling in tha a locally can pay a la i Mil potato. country produce. It they Hoo a. A Truat that this Rar neat and Zaffke Lionato Lyviu Tiki will out be disregarded. Year if Necora Aaryn every Dollar meanwhile remaining at Home. Interest therefore no i than mtr Iotia it requires be to Eube Cribe Lor Tho York county Phalanx. Quot 8 have received a letter from Washington requesting be to publish Tho Tuum of the members of co. F., York county Cha Lanz 8th regiment to. V. The following is a Correct list John Hemingway capt., Hanford. Alonzo e Kittl All 1st it Biddeford. John 11. Roberta Al lt., Allred. C. P. Lord the. Serge to North Berwick. Heth Dulli Egam a id Serge to f. A. W00j, . 3d a a Lel too. Sylvester Hatch. 4th a a Wells. Hanuel Cole 3th Quot Kroon by Unk. Oliver m. Coune a let cor., Quot p. A. Henderson a1 a a inn font. H i. J. Itrel 3d a a Kim d 0. Murry 4th Quot John 9 Lar room 3th Lebanon. I Larrison Hanson tilth a Lytran. Kava he a Emerson 7th Quot Kennebunk. Horace junking 8th Quot h. Of Willand drummer Hanford. Theodore Drew Fifer Aston. C. E. Marshall Wagoner Berwick. Plummer a. Adjutant Kennebunk. A to. W. Brackett Hansonl. John m. Brackett Norris e. Bancroft Quot Francia Butler Lebanon. Simeou Collin Hansonl. Daniel cooly South Berwick. H m. Clark Kennebunk. John ii. Duncan Lowell Maas. Abram p. Downs Lebanon. Lyman c. Down Alfred. Seo. S. Dutch Kennebunk. Chas. Ii. Keg bomb Lebanon. Tho. W. Frost Sanford. Alfred w. Fox Milton n. H. Marvin t. Go Orwin Lebanon. John b. Goodwin Hanford. Joeeph h. A Etchell Well. Francis Hurd Hanford. Heavy a. Elurd Quot Geo. 11. Club Bank Houth Berwick. Stephen Hill . Albert la Gilcy Hough Berwick. Edwin Llanasa Lyman. Joeeph Hilton Wells. We. N. Hatch Quot John Jacom Hansonl. George s. Joy Houth Berwick. David 11. Knights Kenn Huuk. Alonso Littlefield Hanford. W in. A. Moore a Charles Randall Lebanon. Jacob p. Reynolds Acton. We. Rowe Alfred. Etc Nezir kicker Han Ford. Bey. Kicker Quot to Tana heavy Lewis Shackley Shapleigh. Hiram m. Trafton Alfred. We. W. Wentworth Hansonl. In Rickiah Welch Aba Leigh. Charlea d. Whitten Alfred a. K. We Ithan Quot ii. 0. Wight Casco. Waterboro. Shapleigh. York cavalry. The company of cavalry enlisted by the editor left for Augusta on tuesday .�? Tho list of the Roiti and at Tho time of leaving is As follows Louis 0. Cowan Biddeford. John. Andrews Charius ii. Koshina thou us p. Co tubs Charles w. Guru in Alonso Nutter jts Eph Hutchinson. Al Vul go g. Johnson Jimh turd Webber Oliver ii. My Antiro Sonniel Stroot ., club rfcs Sutherland Paul Collins m. Clio Bourne set fuel Davis Jacob a Fri turd Simoon Knight Ivory. Alien a Cluj. Hill Otis . Alfred Abbott we. Cumming George Clio Bourne Joseph Colby Frank w. My John p. Stiles Sinuon Garvin Geo. Ii. , ., Lenry . We. U. Pc Nikl. Jeremiah ii. Pruy Johnaon Tarlton Jase pit los Benj f. Haven. Charlee w. Coffin. Luther u. Santord Slep ten w. Merrick John ii. Goodrich l. C. Smith Khan cd off. We. Kofu Chart a ii. Furguson a to. C. Wright. Nahum g. Tripp Israel Llanon. Goo. W. York. Joint m. C. Pork ins Edgar d. Swett. Nahum w. Mitchell John p. W Ood Benj. Wihbey Joseph f. Lorn Russell Murrey a Feo. P. Bee Geo. M. Emery we. Woodman Samuel ii. Murphy Riih p Burnham Hiram Kimbill Edwin t. Bare Cotna John m. Dragic a to. K. La rms. John f. Woo it la Usu Edward Spiar l. P. I Lansom Wro. J. Roberts Jonathan Littlefield in Purdence 8. Litow fold Geo. G. Harvcy muses Bedell John p. Abbott Hirum Lilborne Jose i it it Green Oliver b. Littlefield Chas. C. Goodwin Albert j. Eaton earn u. Stewart Joseph d. Eaton Robert Hasty John Dux Thomas h. Avery Robert f. Hurd san lord. Fit Allred. Lyman. Limington. Newfield. Buxton. Hollis. Fifi Panon slim. Saco. N. Berwick. Air nine a Ilc Tugi. Large rebel Schooner lying in Humphries Creek near Aquia Creek was Burnt on saturday lust in Gallant style by a. 1>. Ilium Lieut commanding. The Schooner was seen in the keeping of u number of rebel soldiers who evidently intended crossing the our Brave commander thought it important therefore to destroy her. Lie say in his official report with this object in View i took two launches and my boat and pulled in for thu Vowel at Milf paid two o clock in the morning. One of the launches a commanded by midshipman h. Stewart no by the master Edward l. Haynes of the Rescue and Tho other by acting Mas ter Foster of the Resolute. I also took with to the Pilot of the vessel Lewi some Little difficulty was experienced in finding the Entrance to the Creek which you will remember us very narrow but having found it we pulled up this crooked Channel with in pistol shot of either Shore until we discovered 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 a gathered together and fired producing u Beautiful conflagration but unfortunately revealed our Jiosi Tion to the enemy who commenced a spirited fire from both Hanks of that narrow and tortuous Stream intermingled with opprobrious epithets until we were beyond their Range. Far the Union Ami journal. South Limington Seminary. This in Tho South Wrt of the town of Limington in the Northern part of York county and about 22 Utilee West of Portland. It is located entirely in a Rural District. It has maintained an honorable rank among academical institutions for tie last ten years. Away from the temptations and contamination of the City and of Tho Village it is peculiarly a la pud for such As wish for a retired and quiet school. In my experience 11s nil instructor for a nuni Lier of years i think i have never known a private school where the people Are so generally interested in its Success a the people of South Limington Are in the Prosperity of Tho Seminary. A Well sustained freewill Baptist Church to located there rev. Charles Lurlin is its present a water. 1�?Trof. Albert g. Munson is 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 existence for our moved country. . M. Iii Soll would i into the War if his health would a inuit. To such As desire a school for their son and daughters where Good moral and religious influence predominate we would commend this institution. . M. Is an accurate thorough and elegant scholar As we know from personal experience. We Lute Long known him and we Cun so Peak with Confidence of his ability As a teacher and of his excellent moral and religious traits As a Man. Frequently the associations and temptations of the City and the vill age prove fatal to Tho morals of Young minds. If a rents when about to Send their children away to school More generally selected a Small quiet school 111 some Rural District instead of our larger institutions of learning much More Benefit would to derived therefrom. Instructor. Report of committees. Mail my the cull i show mid fair of lit York county agricultural a Oculi held at Sato and bid fjord oct. 8ik, blk 10/a,and 11/a 1w1. _ Manu Mitis errs. The committee on manufactures having at ten led to the duty assigned them ask leave to report. Ken debunk port. Wells Limerick Lowell Mas Acton. Berwick. Tusfinamx3 tur War a the Hon James Dixon in an eloquent and patriotic speech delivered at the Union meeting in Hartford dwelt with marked Force upon the Security which the National loan offered As an i vestment. On this Wint he mid a look at England Yon my on expense Are urge and a they Are. Nome estimate them at one million of dollars a Dav. But what were the expenses of England during her War with Napoleon from 1803 to 1816, with pm than eighteen millions Olinfia. 1 Tan is. Her expenses were one million three Hundred thousand dollars a Day fur a period of thirteen years. For one Hundred Days previous to the Battle of Waterloo her sex Peoebe were five millions of dollars a of this vast sum a urge proportion was a Pended on the Oun Tient of Europe while our entire expenditure is at Home. If for thirteen Yean England could expend one million three honoured thousand dollars a Day abroad cannot we do it for one two a w int Roa the from St. Louis concur in representing that mrs. Fremont is my to actively engage a in defending her bust a mls reputation against the assaults of his enemies declaring her hatred of them in no tinted measure and with the fierce vindictive intensity of her father. Indeed she seem to surpass even him in the ferocity of her tumult. She a com snied her Luis land to Jefferson City and reviewed the Tny be As they filed off on their March toward Sedalia. Her oldest boy some twelve fourteen year of age wore a lieutenants and a younger one a sergeant the oldest is to form a member of his fathers military household. Indeed it would not be surprising if Jessie constituted herself n member of Tho staff for she has been with her Husland on More than one perilous venture. Her presence would insure Energy and rapidity of movement even if Fremont had Ever exhibited any lock of those qualities. Army correspondence. Cari Lvon Baltimore md., oct. 19,1861. J . Editor dear sir having a few Leisure moments i will improve them by writing a few Linee to Tho Good old journal. Our regiment has Inore sickness than usual about 0110 Hundred Aro sick at present although not Many Are dangerously so our col. Is very sick in the City also lieutenant Walker of co. Of both Casca being typhoid fever. Col. Marshall is mimed very much his pleasant smiles and kind words have a great bearing among his soldiers his orders eng obeyed from respect rather than fear Tho regiment is now under Lieut. Col con nor a Fine officer. Burners Are float that the 10th Are to move in u few Days to join the division stationed at Anna Tolis we shall Mim them very much. The least no uglier of regiments Pum cd through this of any week since we Carne Here. I understand our regiment has Hud two invitations recently to go Wuy but Are detained on account of sickness we Are in a very Good place now but Many would gladly go to Missouri. Our location although very pleasant is i fear unhealthy our Days Here Are very pleasant hut the nights Are cold and uncomfortable the work on Tho fort is progressing Well four sixty Are Here but Are not yet mounted it will take some time finish it yet Tho working a tarty having Toen 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. Doe co. Of 7th Keg to. M. V. M e found on exhibition four specimens of flannel All of excellent Quality. To no. Woven by Alisa Listi Boothby of Saco 13 years of age we award a Premium of $j,00 to no. 405, Wale flannel Woven by mrs. William Hewett of Waterboy Ough a award Premium of 1 00 to no. 13, mra Hannah Perkin of Kennebunkport we award a Premium of .75 to flannel made by airs. Samuel Milliken of we award Goodale a Ite port. To no. 14, piece of Woolen cloth firm and Nice made by mrs. Hannah Perkins of Kenne Hank Torf. We award the society a first premi Uei of there were five lot of Woolen yarn entered All doing credit to the exhibitors. To no. 33, la a skeins spun by mrs. Aaron w. Milliken we award the society a fit it premi urn of Antoo to no. 330, spun by mrs. John Stivison Limerick we award a Premium of .73 to la a skeins spun by miss Lixxie Boothby Saco we award a gratuity of .50 to no. 3w, spun by mrs. 8. L. Milliken of Buxton we award Goodale s report. This lot of yarn was much coarser than the others just what our Brave soldiers want Well knit into Socka. Ladies As Winter approaches do not forget the defenders of our bleeding country. Ali no. Inc Sleigh Robe useful and pretty made by mrs. John Ibay East pm re on shield we award a gratuity of .50 to no. 107, Roll of carpeting Woven by mrs Charity Foss of a 84 years of age from Cotton rags durable Aud pretty we award a Premium of 81,50 to no. 173, entered by Horace Woodman Domestic Linen we award society a a diploma. To no. 100, entered by James m. Burbank of Saco Bunch of Shooks made very neatly by machinery we award Goodale s Rio sort. 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 �1,00 All of which is respectfully us halted. Daniel 8t1m80n, j. Ii. Parker it com. F a Day. Ladies report. Treason in tiie late the documents found when in Lucas was occupied were letter Iroku two member of Buchanan a Cabinet while Jet in office stating Tho Numier and Quality of arms which would be in the Southern state at Tho expiration of their terms of office and other information which will to of use when the rebellion is crushed. Money sent to the prisoner at Richmond is generally retained he the Confederate authorities for their own use other articles not useful to Tho Grinj sometimes find their Way to the prison from their friends at Home Ami Are Kalwara received with intense and overflowing Lieut. Glover of Rockland fourth Maine had sent him from Home. A Gold be received $21� in Camf Lderete Bomia. the following in a list of the article rent from this City for the Benefit of on a. Soldier 70 Pillow 91 Pillow cwt a 42 sheets 80 comforts 16 pair socks 11 it Annete 14 a Hirte 20 towels 8 handkerchiefs 4 pair drawers 4 cushions 8 Cushion cases. Mor articles Are 00 band ready to be forwarded. It a understand the dry goods dealers in this City and Saco have arranged to keep their store open on tuesday thursday and mat inlay evening till 9 o clock and the a ther Era Aings monday wednesday and Friday they will close at dark As a by arrangement is to commence at once a if the readers of the journal eee any thing Amias in the present Issue they must Redit it to the absence of the editor who 4u gone soldiering. A tin Ruel confiscation rebel confiscation is u measure of Tho most sweeping kind. It declares All persons residing in the North to in alien enemies except Thieo living in Delaware Maryland Kentucky. Missouri District of Columbia new Mexico Arizona and the Indian Terri tory and in these excepted states those acting against the rebels Are aliens also Anil any property effects which they May own in the South is forfeited. Even residents of the Loyal United states whether citizen foreigners ate to have their Southern property confiscated. Receiver Are to examine attorneys and Counselor president and cashier of hunks and the principal administrative officer of railroads and All other corporation All agents of foreign corporations insurance Agente commission merchants engaged in foreign Trade agents of foreign Trade agents of foreign mercantile Gnu dealers in Bills of Exchange co Tutor and administrator a of estates to find out such alien owners and every Poa Siblo Mode of reaching Tho desired information is put in Force. Tho rebel rulers do not mean to Incavo a single Dollar to escape that they Cun Lay their hands upon. A conspiracy against the Union which begun in theft of government property very properly sustains itself by wholesale plunder of every individual who will not lend himself to Tho nefarious scheme of these rebels. By the National Republican Washington a contradicting one of the Herald s Bugaboo stories about the vast rebel Force in Virginia Eaje a that the total Force of the enemy in Virginio docs not exceed 1 81, 100 men is of certain us it can i a made by anything Short of an actual count. If the administration would yield to the Klisey which the contracture seek to dictate their continual Junios we should Liao our Bruiy Here doubled und then Hare it kept in idleness until doomsday. That is what the contractor it is the real object of All the panic which they instigate through a Quot. Keeping them Elvra carefully con a a Wall the while. But they will find mocked by the administration a of Dos Quot a to we us Arm , m if Tho Roberts family took Pic in m to 00 the 1st inst. There were present 44 ,.r. Sons comprising three generations. The Forenoon was Swient in singing Reading the scriptures prayer and social conversation. At 12 1-2 of clock the company sat Down to a Bountiful old fashioned country dinner after which the time woe passed pretty much As in the Forenoon until 4 o clock when they separated after ringing Good old a a America Quot a emr sos Stejr a us of Tbs Busst last �4 Libert Quot a. The committee on fancy articles consider Tho Supply As not Quito so varied As on some former occasions but All articles received Are worthy of much commendation. To handsome and commodious Hall afforded amino fora larger display than usual but considering the Yunfu Lorubio state of toe weather it quite equalled our expectations. The committee Havu awarded premiums according to the Best of their judgment us follows to miss Lucy a. Milliken Buxton Hearth Rug ,50 airs. Oliver p. Milliken Buxton 2 knit Hose ,23 miss Surah j. Smith Biddeford Etc a did end skirt ,50 mis Louisa c. Lholmes Biddeford embroidered slip Iacre ,50 Arthur Towle Buxton Cono Lisket Quot a a a a Cone Frame p mis Mold Ala a. Mockie Biddeford embroidered skirt ,75 mrs. B. K. Ross Biddeford Shell table. Mrs. Horace Bacon Biddeford knit lamp Mats,2> a a a a toilet Cushion. ,25 miss Cora Osgood Biddeford lamp mat ,50 a a a a Crochet shawl ,50 Mih Augusta Milliken Buxton slippers ,25 a a bracelets ,12 a a a a tucked skirt ,25 mrs. C. A. Emery Biddeford Shell table ,50 mrs. Keelo Saco sofa Pillow ,50 a a a a work he sect ,20 mrs. Loisa Dyer Biddeford silk quilt 1,00 mrs. D. L. Mitchell Saco embroidered slip hers Dpi. A a a a Bead Basket 50 mrs. Stephen Ellis Biddeford lamp Mats i25 a a a a Crotchet Sontag ,50 mrs. Mary e. Newton Biddeford Burr Bosket ,50 mrs. Eunice Smith Biddeford Rug ,50 miss Ellen King Saco Crotchet Scurf ,50 mrs. N. Wakefield Biddeford Rug ,50 . M. J. Butler Biddeford worked ottoman a �75 . Brown Wells embroidered table covering. It 1,00 a a a a hair work miss e. Heresy Saco Crotchet hands .50 mias Elizabeth e. Wihbey Burr whatnot ,50 a a a a Basket Mim Sarah 0. Atkinson Buxton 5 Hose spun and knit by u child 12 years old % i a it Are. Hannah Eastman Biddeford quilted silk skirt mis Isabel Dalton Saco Crotchet tidy ,20 miss Alary Baldwin Biddeford hair Wreath ,50 Aire. James g. Cousens Kennebunk braided Rug .1,50 alias Ait la a. Mocio picture Frame ,25 Are. Job Foss Biddeford knit counter Pene. ,1,00 miss Susan Berry Biddeford Crotchet Sun set. ,50 Quot Quot slippers ,12 Are. A. Ii. Jellison Biddeford Burr Frame and Wreath Aire. W. 1�?T. Gown Biddeford Palin Leaf Basket ,20 miss Ellen pc gluon Biddeford Crotchet a upper ,12 Quot a a Sunset ,20 Aire. A. P. Gown Biddeford four embroidered chair Dpi. Amp 1,00 Aliss Alary ii. Armstrong Burr Basket ,25 Alisa Elizabeth Hill Biddeford leather Frame ,25 Aliss Esther b. Boothby Saco Corn and bean Box ,50 miss Julia Welch Biddeford Wall Basket 25 miss Eliza Ifo Ardman Biddeford Shell Frame. Dpi. T ,50 miss lizier. Foes Biddeford Shell Monument. ,25 Aire. T. L. Jacobs Wells knit quilt ,50 miss f. L. Jones Saco embroidered hand kerchief ,50 Aliss Isabel Owen Saco boys shirt made by a girl 9 yrs. Old ,�5 alls Ada Jordan Saco embroidered skirt ,50 Are. M. A. Garer Seco Rug ,25 Aire George a. Hanscon Saco Crotchet shawl ,50 . Rebecca Merrill Buxton a lady 95 yrs. Old for Patchwork made without Bead of glasses ,20 mrs. L. 11. Wentworth Rug Dpi. 2,00 miss Sarah Small Saco Turkey pin Cushion ,25 Quot Crotchet tack ,25 Quot Quot Needle Caso ,12 mrs. E. G. Berry Biddeford quilt ,50 Are. J 11 la Trier Biddeford Shell Frame and work ,1,00 miss Julia a Libbey Biddeford tidy .25 mrs. Julia Welch Suco embroidered Blanket ,50 Alim Catherine u. Foss Saco mittens ,25 mrs. James w. Littlefield tidy Dpi. Miss Auguste hearing Saco Crotchet a he it. .75 m a embroidered tide ,25 air. Mary Foster worked Cap and band. Mite Emma e. Wentworth Biddeford cd in lady 68 yrs old 2 prs. Hose knit with one tween to River and their main hand and to May aim infer that the government in ufos a Kennebunkport. Cip cd to a void and Milne i difficult on miss Eliza Chick Limington Blind girl who i by moving Forward before the sea Bead Basket 1.00 son closes in Ucb Force to incur the air. Alary Dennett a lady 93 yrs. °ldj_2 abandonment of the batteries. k"0�?T knit tidy. 251 to u�?T,�?~15r�ph �p0 at Etc in Aire. James Maddix Dayton knit counter the Potomac was again unobstructed. Forty pane v 1�00 Ono vessel pay red Tho Batter for on sunday Are. Alary Milliken Buxton Hose ,75 Forenoon Aliss Margaret Haley Biddeford skirt ,25 airs so Diu Wells Buxton 10 pro. Hoso 1,00 miss Augusta Washburn Sico breakfast shawl �0 mrs. Esther Thompson Kennebunkport embroidered shirt .75 airs. J. Ai. A Lukinson Limington lamp mat a �50 mrs. Ilu duh haves Berwick 5 pro mittens spun coloured and knit by a lady 81 genre old 1.00 mrs. B. Kimball Biddeford embroidered skirt ,50 general lungs s column. Tho Washington correspondent of Tho new York commercial advertiser ays that Gen. Banks repro sent his command As ready for an Advance and it is probable that to will soon Ero the Potomac above Leesburg while col. Geary will occupy harpers ferry. Yentl car. Tho news from Kentucky is Moet cheering in sumo respects. There Are already 50 Reg news items. Fico. How isun Sriqui was was saved from capture by the rebels by a Young Man employed upon the Railroad Between Bowling Groen and Lewisville. A Long train of can filled with rebels under Gen. Buckner bad reached the Vicinity of Green River without their approach being suspected and were on their Way to Louisville where there was no preparation to resist them. While stopping to get a Supply of Wood and water Tho Young Man removed re Ruhr has it also that Louie Nap Ofena a Telegraph. It Hoe Heen Belt amid the fast Ncnees of the everlasting Bills. The Rocky a mountains presided Tho mighty Ali Mamippi a me 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 Euam that to Are one and inseparable and what god has joined together no Man shall put Tsun Prince do Joinville is said to have $1,000,000 in the National loan Bee idea placing his two sons in the Union army a to Are. it Dpi. An of Linen Tiff kentuckian in Tho Field rapidly Aliss Esther 11. Boothby Naco four Wreath i. J organising. Thu is nearly twice Tho quota that would be to that state Oftle a 200,000 that were authorised by co grew to lie received. 8,000 men were sent to Kentucky on to liars Alan other very pretty articles were entered after the premiums were awarded. Two is just about two years since the John Brown invasion of the sacred Day on to urgent request of Gen. Sherman the Spike from some rails to that they spread when the train came upon them end the cars were thrown from Tbs track. This caused a delay of Twenty four hour and in that time the Union men were notified and got ready to resist the i so that the rebels concluded not to go on. Soil took place. Then u. S. Arms aided the commanding the Federal troop in that state. State in the Protection of her rights und now we find that same Stato forgetful of All Protection of All the honors and privilege which come from n National Union und Oji enly defying Tho Arm that Lias always Lieen stretched out to defend her. The voice of Tho people throughout the North should have convinced Virginia that her rights were held As sacred in new England As they were in Alabama and that no Ono should Jire sume to tamper with them in the least but thu weak and degenerate old Dominion was frightened then and is All the Moro frightened now. Tho Federal government is punishing Virginia and the rest of the rebel states for Tho Samo breach of order that John Brown was judged guilty of Viz an attempt by Force to subvert Tho rightful Law of the land. Brown s acts May to Somo minds have its palliation but who can allow Tho first pretence of justification to the suicidal conduct of Virginia condensed by the Salem of setts. From the seat of War. Lor. And Hood. Mias Ellen Ilene Saco Crotchet Raik j25 Aire. Hannah Gould Kennebunkport a last week was rather a Blue Ono with almost no Bright spot to relieve its sombre Hue. No great disaster ass it fallen the National cause and its general aspects afford solid ground of Hope and Confidence for the future but a series of Little unexpected successes by Tho rebels have vexed and dispirited to people and proportionally raised the courage of the enemy. A successful attack us non our Fleet in Tho Mississippi by a in lick expedition from new Orleans of which we havens yet imperfect and Urc Lithio accounts Tho escudo of a Steamer from Charleston carrying Confederate minister to France and England a Surprise attack on our forces on Santa Rosa Island off in Ennaco is by the rebels inflicting considerable damage the renewed obstruction of the in of Tominc some slight successes of Tho rebels in Missouri with Tho Small Prospect that Gen. Fremont will Ito Able to compel them to a general engagement the Retreat of our Forcee in Western Virginia and Tho increasing Prospect that tha enemy in Virginia will Only fight behind their entrenchments and Eliut there will consequently by no decisive action there and no material Chango in Tho position of things around Washington during the season these Are some of the unpleasant facts and features of the ramp Ign presented during Tho week. In the new und formidable coast expedition about starting however in a Brilliant and successful Little Buttle near Ilarij Iory ferry and in Tho effectual Check Given to Tho a cowls in Kentucky to Havo some compensation. Washington and Vicinity. It is evident from Tho result of Tho re Cote noise Juncos in ado by general Mecl Elluna i forces for the Ernst few Days that the lint of the rebel Urray Uro broken up add that the whole front has changed its Jiosi Tion. That they have Alan done ice Surg is certain and withdrawn from Vienna Fairfax court House and Annu Dule so that their front now extends from Aquia Creek on the to Tousic to Bull run and Manassas Junction with Fairfax and can Truville occasionally Occo pied As outposts. A Large Lindy of their forces has been also thrown for uni in Tho direction of shipping Point where they maintain an efficient Battery. This movement is probably to protect them Elvra from an attack by to Union army in that direction. Somo a pensions were Felt in Washington that the main body of Tho rebels was about to be transferred to Kentucky for Winter quarters a the resources of Virginia were inadequate to the maintenance of so vast a Force in which event Tho theatre of War would necessarily be removed from its present site in front of general Lolland a army to a now Point. It was said that the Rel Tel troop Are very much discontented with their present inactivity that they Are unwilling to make their Winter quarters in Vire Ginia and demand either to be sent Home to March into the state of Kentucky whore they expect to find abundance of Comfort for Tho approaching severe season. Till Potomac. The Potomac appear at last to have been nearly closed by Tho rebels to All except our Vency a of War All merchant Craft being afraid to run the Gauntlet of their batteries. Float of vessels with government stores Are lying in the lower part of the River afraid to venture up and on saturday As the Steamer Resolute was going up with two vessels in Tow Tho hawser attached to Sofir. Fairfax broke and she drifted in Shore. The rebels put off in boats and captured tie Schooner which was Laden cd with Hay an article very much wanted in Washington at the Presont time. Most of the new batteries Are placed above the Range of the Guna of our steamers and cannot be silenced except by a land attack. The motives assigned for tha planting of Beao batteries is two fold. The stoppage of navigation and an ultimate intention to threw secession troops Over into Maryland. As the matter now stands two inferences can be drawn from the course pursued by the government. We May conclude that an occasional shot fired at our vessels in paying an Etna go on the navigation of the River for a Day two is not thought to be of so much consequence As it is to let the rebels Divide their strength in men and guns be Gen. Lardeo is rej jutted in Ono dispatch to in in command at Bowling Green and in another to to on Tho March to juin i Rice in Missouri who is hotly pressed by Fremont. It is to reconcile these contradictory accounts and there is an equal Chance that Nono of them Are True. If . Lholmes of the Gou logical surveying party which Lias been fur several months on the head Waters of Penobscot and Tho St. John where the Only transit had to in made on foot by Canoe having resumed has an a Trielo in Tho lust Farmer headed a out of Tho Woods Quot which he wind up us follows thu Good opinion we Honvo a luvs Hud of our state a Idun strengthened and in creased by the excursion. We Are i vetted ten fold stronger in the doctrine Tiitu to live always entertained and a it rented for the last thirty years that Maine has All the elements and natural a Airees requisite to make her Une of thu richest strongest and it pict states in the la Niou if her Jwo Plo uld Only put them into action. Iwaji i Wou Missouri. At Tho latest accounts from Missouri Gen Fremont wus at Warsaw a writing the completion of Tho Bridge Over Tho Osage it is Rejrat Rcd that Price and Al Cculloch Havo joined their forces and returned to Osceola where they intend to make a stand against Fremont. If this account is True the trial of strength i Tucen Tho two Hnetilo armies cannot Long to Doft Rcd. The town of Islington Lias been recaptured by a detachment of Federal troops and the rebel Garrison of 30&a Inen Nigado prisoners. A St. Wui dispatch denies the assertion of Tho Cincinnati Gazette that an order has been issued for Tho removal of Jen. Fremont from his command. The naval operations. Special dispatches received at n. Y. From Washington say that gentleman just from Tho South states that Tho Squadron below now Orleans bad an engagement with Tho rebel Squadron under Hollins and that two of our vessels run aground and suffered considerably. Tho sinking of Tho in Ruehlo is denied. Nono of our vessels were captured and but few lives lost. To shall soon Havo Tho rights of Tho Story. J2t foist evening s telegrams bring us further retort of Tho successful attack upon Tho u. S. Float Bolow new Orleans. Tho rebel Fleet consisted of Tho steamers Manassas the ram Tho Calhoun the Joy Tho Jackson Tho Macron the Tus carom and Tho Pickens. The Richmond inquirer gives Tho Story a follows Tho Federal ships Wero the Richmond Vincennes Preble water Witch and Tho Schooner Joseph ii. Tonoiu All filly three guns. Tho night was intensely dark and Tho Alan Ossa ran into a Jewwl striking her near Tho How and cutting into her upwards of 20 foot. Apm Lomg shrieks were heard aboard of her signal rockets were fired Tho Federal boat to quarters and a Jagt a fact Iron Hail fell upon und around the Manassas during which her machinery lie Cumo deranged. When Tho firing ended Tho float returned to new Orleans with Tho str inc Schooner to Reph ii. To Ono loaded with Coal which had Lieen deserted during Tho night. A Large Quantity of Lump ice intended for Tho construction of a fortification at Tho head of the passes was Burnt. A Launelia belonging to the Steamer Richmond Laden with cutlasses was also captured. The vessel sunk was Tho Vincennes not Tho Pruhlo. Tho Vincennes is a 20 gun vessel built in 1826. Latest new a fortress Monroe oct. 21. The Severa Galo which has prevailed hut is now moderating a somewhat retarded the Prev stration for the great exp edition. Pilot Knob .mo., oct. 22. Tho following disc watch was received Here this morning and forwarded to head Quad tor at St. Louis Fredericktown oct. 21.�?in conjunction with vol. Plummer s co Annand to have routed Tho rebels of Thomson and Low estimated at 5000. Their Lowa heavy our Small and confined Princi Jully to the 1st Indiana cavalry. To Cap Tirril 4 heavy guns. Lowe Tho rebel Lender was killed. Muj Gavitt and unit. Wyman of Tho Indiana cavalry were killed in charging on a Tho command of col. Plummer referred to above was on Friday morning last ordered Forward by Gen. Grant from Girardeau with instruction to move toward Frederick ton and cutoff Lieret Rettof thou Sonand Lowers army. At last accounts Tho rebels Wero in full Retreat with their baggage train and our troops in Pursuit. Two Rewl surgeons came into Frederiek ton for col Foiw s in Xii. They acknowledge loss of 200 kilted and wounded but it must Havo been larger. A tamped news ran envelopes. It i said i that the government is about to Issue Stem Ted now Spawr envelopes which Promise to lie a great Public convenience. Tho Post office department is to furnish them for $1,16 ter Hundred. Tit the published statement of the first i Quarter of our postal receipt the Sinco sees Ion shows a decrease of Only about fifty thousand dollars from the receipts of the a irelous Quarter Whilo the expenses Havo been eleven Hundred thousand dollars Lew a saving of Over a million dollars in thirteen i weeks. The Utica Herald states that since the i opening of navigation the Quantity of Grain and flour passing through that City on thu Erio canal has no cringed Ono thousand bushels Hgt a hour Day and night Tho aggregate up to Sojit. 7th, was 33,000,000 bushels. Launched at Kennebunkport on 5th i inst from Tho Yard of Memra a. Clark i a Sujie rior ship of about 1225 tons named a a Star of the sea Quot built and owned by i Captain n. I. Thompson of Kennebunk. J she will proceed to n. York to food Grain for Europe. Jethro of cheeses were on exhibition at Tho i late new York state fair that were each 34 inches in diameter 18 inches thick and weighed 62s pounds. They Are making Ono i at a cheese factory in Jefferson county that i is expected to weigh 1400 pounds. Making an investment in the sumo loan to Tho extent of $5.000,000. It in Well for Tieso european magnates to make some oaf investments for they know not where Ibey will in with another turn of the wheel of Fortune. Besides the rate of in ter it on our Bain is shout double can be obtained i Europe. Itt this is 0n. And re on a speech to the Kentucky Iii Imp guard a boy you Are going to fight for your country. 11 yonn�4f by heroic deed in her huh Ulf. Never disgrace june Lviv boys. Do everything that is right Ami Nochi if that is wrong. There boys that is my speech to from to lib Konet be Jour ask. Shall Mitono furnish Hor full quota of the half million National troops. If our army of a half million is put into the Field foe tie por Puso of preserving the Union and insuring the life of tie nation Maine a share will in 16.250 men. In the Ruh dilution Only Tho Loyal inn mates Are reek Onod a the militia and Ilow guards of meow hire Kultur by and Maryland raised Lor local service not being taken into the account. Distributed among our various counties in to their pop ablation to following would be the quota of each Andree Coggin Aroostook Cuini Rland Franklin Hancock Kennebec Knox Ancoin Oxford in col Wool 1�?Tisrataquis, sign Choc s it Mer it Waldo Washington York 768 580 1957 no 915 1437 855 720 950 1s8i 390 550 916 090 1099 1507 16,250 a poet Ronnyn. John g. Whittier for his amiability and for Hia Genuino cart a to re ring to try deserves to in exempt from some of Tho ills to which men who Havo gardens have been heir to during Trio past summer and Nutu Uin but to must Hochu cd with the common Herd in Thi res wet. Whittier loves pm ars and he Raies them too. This year in thu mid of the general fruit amino Tho destroying Angel loft untouched the a Loots Pear Trees they living Lull of luscious curves. Bartlett i us Imp dec., fail a few nights ago some Imp without wings stole them ail. Auie Shury owe it to herself to ferret out the und Picun Rascal who has thus to routed it Ixo St and most renowned ei11zen.�?scichuryport Herald. Of Var May Cost an immense Deal Leit Cerl Kiuly nut a thousandth Jurt us Inucci of Pineo upon Tho basis of a permanent division of Tho journal. Thieo who get nervous Over Tho Cost of jutting Down Tho relillion will do Well to consider Thi it May Cost a Hundred of million to assert tie Suprema a of tie government but if to eur Coil it will la it Tho lieu it investment to Ever Tugado. Niece so in such a contest cannot in too a Italy Jour phased. He who think More of his Honor de rus to die Tho death of a if arc Are not willing of Raeljr in order Rescue our institutions from destruction. To Are unfit to Iwar the name of freemen. A Good joke on Theu Inductor a slow 1 a Oswego time tells Ali follow ing Good Story at Tho expense of a conductor known among the a a boy Quot a a a Aleck Quot a a on the two o clock slow freight and passenger train from Syracuse yesterday were a lady and her son a youth of Good Dimen Sions Tho latter travelling on a a half ticket. After innumerable stoppage and delays in unloading freight ac., by which the patience of thu is usually exhausted Long i Foro they reach this City Tho conductor made his Cajipe Aranez for tickets. Glancing at the pasteboard received from the Hoy. Lie looked tint at him then at by Mother and then at the ticket und remarked that to was a a Large boy to in Riding at half fare i know said Tho lady i know he is sir hut then he a grown a Good Deal Sinco we the last seen of Aleck he was on his Way to speak to the Engineer about ainu innate oct. 22. I Artlie Montreal advertiser say that be a courier arrived from Uati i Dick Robin f0re the Toason of navigation closes the mag Eon. a Ines at que Lac will in filled with an amount of military stores grunter than they Between Zollicoffer with 6000 7 m 0 men and 0 1. Garrard with 1200 men at lamp wild at. Zollicoffer Mode three different attacks and wus Ren Elsil each Tim a with considerable loss. The Federal loss was 4 killed and 20 wounded. The courier met reinforcements of one regiment and artillery on their Way. Lever held before with arms Cannon and equipments fur 100,000 men and ammunition sufficient for a three Yean War. Wit Indiana has done. Indiana has now in Tho Field in Active service 28 regi intents of infantry 12 companies of car Arr and 3 batteries of artillery. There Are 20 regiments now forming 4 5 of which a ready to move and will probably a sent to ing to run who blockade pursued her when i Kentucky before this a a me she was run ashore and All he regi Inonu in the Field fore overtaking her. she Tual remo in Indiana wrote Ohio Fuu but i , Ort. 22. A letter dated a Steamer Flag off Charles ton oct. 16th,&Quot says yesterday saw a ship standing in intend the Loyal Siauw of Tho Union .ively As they Havo thus far confronted the Reid lion Havo a univ yet waked up to it enu Sou extent and its form Idamo nature. Notwithstanding tie terrible suffering throughout the whole South and Tho utter prostration of All their Soiu Mercyl relations Tho Huchel Icid irs an determined to fight till they Aro thoroughly whip we and with a Duzie rating a Ucli a it a Etui that Only a had Rauso ran elicit. A Dio Union men As s remarks Cru Untamo to lift their howl Ara our victories have As Little broken their spirit As their victories Honvo Ruh duo tie determination of Tow North. They Are hoarding i heir Cotton a Jokhi thu Plantation and fortifying their Rivera and Harbor. Tie sequestration of the property of aliens Goe on daily and nightly Tho men turn out is Masar und Dri l. Tho North is Usif Hurtad Corn Jared with Tho rebel states. To Send Many men hut they Many wore. To contribute freely hut they lavishly. We Hast of our ability to Send two non to their Ono. They go to work and outnumber a from Munas is to fixing Lon. This a a Draper to struggle our Rai Plu do not yet Realise Bow do Perate. If to would conquer to must put Forth nil on strength and put in Forth at Oner. Lii Winter must see a marvelous in Cream in our Ava Lumo Field Force we bad flutter never have accept no this fight precious to patriots and hold in Tho co of All lovers of Liberty Law and Good government a Are the object for which we Lay Down our lir und our fortunes. It would have been letter to surrender our nationality at Onro than to Havo att in it to it i to vindicate it Oral ail in the Effort. In this Gigantic struggle whoever also a Hall to Tom award whoever else a Hall Como Short of the full measure of their duty As jut riots let it not lie mid that the Gallant and Liberty Loving jux Opelc of Maine left any of their duty to 1st performed by Oiler a if them is to in debut do Sun tar �1 Atli let not that it sous of thu Puritan drink from who encounter and the sacrifice. If there is to in Victory returning Praco and Whin spread it Ros Writy a we firmly la lieu tin to will be Tot not Tho Wop to of Marnoff be Jiri cd of who glory of having dons their full sure in restoring such Price Lee blessings to Nur country and in Mankind. In a contest of a Riis Cir it a waged for civil Lite erty and Tho life of a Freo people now England by her character her position and her glorious tradition must to in the Van and it should to to aim of Maino to in the Foremost oven in new England id our counties town valleys Vio with each then in outpouring Mario tie Midiere for Tho army of Tho Union a a Arnetee journal. Articles were taken out and the ship Burnt. The mum of Tho Union Are compared with other Sute. The Iwu Zavill Democrat a a give us the kentuckians and ire Fiann in it the Bangor whig Ray Tho Woolen be army of Tho Potomac Western Virginia factory at North Vaar Alzoro a under the and Missouri and and Kew Weka of Tho. S. Us &,��.� a a a to he us us nit 1.t and Focht for the. Tonuu Tiit. Of Imu Utu. To 0 a a a Dowly. Cloth for the government. They t�1. I to the Volunteer at cd a Morten. Indians about fourteen Hundred Yard per Day of a Amra ,& a Uthera toa brn a a army blues which i. A rapidly mad up in i Friend. To comfortable uniform for the soldiers. Cd Din a of which hav not been Rapuna y what the was will do right a the first time since they bad a history of their own the United states men. Whether Federal confederates Are encountering real Dif Beut lie and agh Tinc real Battless Raviart equal foes. No doubt tie difficulties Ara self created. And the Battles fought with Oas another. The Union has divided itself and gone to buffets but Tho result is the same. The nation a passing through the Crucible it is being purged dare All lie tests of National strength of individual Hardihood of administrative ability sad of Public spirit to which is in the old work have been Aukje cts to Over and Over Agahi from youth upwards Ara now suddenly applied to on american Brethren in the full into of their wealth and enjoyment. In their turn they have to Diaco Vrr by hard trial whether they pose generals who can command soldiers w to will fight minister with ability to organise land a National spirit Loyal enough to redeem the heavy Burden the chilling disappointments and above All the Wear Tom Del a inv Itata in a state of War. It is ind sad bul Improta a that Tbs struggle May a rvs. Not Only to pro but to it Rodeo Tow virtue it is most dts Rabin to find. It May a a proof As will a a Tel of the american character. From ibo Reading Cotant the nation May rat Ira a the end exhaust and . But aay Tam Horary Sac Rice of Money territory will by amply to j Aid if the National ener Gira hav then trained and society in Svery ciral has ,1 due value on the Possession which hav been gained pawned. M n Henvy most ofbloo.1 treasure. should u the Rasolt of the will hav prove a the has Pic St want that Ever happened to America. The mtr he weaker poorer Aud Veu die Unitas by its occurrence but the Lone will by Star Bals col by the gain. They will have acquire a belter till to req from nations. Abov All. They will have Learnt better Bow to respect chronic it. Of the great naval which inn Xiv a so much talked of and which to Hope will perform deed which american people will to proud to talk of in Futura Yvra a moving. All of these Verdeto most of which were fitted out at saw York an on their Way to Hampton Road the Pascu of Rande Avous. The Hoot will Excel in magnitude any naval Furo Ever collected in this country fifteen steamships of 23,044 ton eight chartered ships 10,483 tons ten do. Barks of 4480 Toos and Twenty Raho doors in addition to the men of War vessels. Somo soldiers were taken on Board at new Yurk before tha sailing of tha

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