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Daily Richmond Whig (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Richmond, Virginiaf8« dOiSMTI’TIOM-JJTITB K*"STa. KiCHMOiNP WRli* VltlDAV liClOU K 25, 1801, TO O{iHtM*OS»*N >!>. y^T Letter* on i/eeeiteeu me.* te oJJrteeeU to tte^Xtltor o) v# iFW*.** Arttolee wriaeu on teeth eUlee e/ih*l-tper wiUnot he peehlie\ el rst, a roll of L rtf *!.to t‘ro), ou^M to tee tnoem to , Ml vtll tee no ooee be rfr^srrtfd /roue, I’t-Juory note.r jeeeeot key eeaht linee arerHiryet fier iwedeertUnoeote. We oeinnot ■ii.Uri.ete to return retiled oomuuMoattone ELE JTORaL 1KEKT FOR I'RKclDENT AND VICE- FUtOlDENT. for the Ste’eo! Lerye. JOHN R EDMr.VDS, HUif,*. ALLEN T. CAPERfON, Mooro*. 1. JOSEPH CBRl TIAN, of Middle***. A CINCINNATI'S W. NEWTON, of Norfolk City. S R T. DANIEL, of Rchinoud City. « ffi F THOMPSON, of Dinwiddie. A. WOOD BOOLPIS, of Charlotte, 6. Wl. L GOOGLV. of Bedford. 7. B F. RANDOLPH, of Albemarle, R JAS W WaLKUt, of MadL*on. 8. ASA ROGERS, of Loudoun. 10. SAUL. C WILLIAMS, of SheoindoOt. u. a McDowell hud. of Rickbridg*. '.R BENRY A EDMCNDSO.V, ol Roouoke. U JAS. W. SBKKFtY. of Smjiie. 14 BENRY J FISHER of Ma»on. 15. JOSEPH JOHN ON, of Harruon. Id A B FUZHCGH. of Ohio. ActTAid’e Circular. The Whjo of »?«■_. rdry co. 'alatd the rrnsrkable C'T- culir of Lltcoia's P.'imitf, a;d.-<-Ri«d to the Governor* cf lb* Nor hero Sates bnrd ring on the aeaborrl and Che lake*, warning thuu tf the nec<si’y of iakirg “•very preovution that is poeeibl* to avert iha eviU ol ■or war," fy na”ir7 their "aor:* and barber* on the «eae and hko ia a condition of completa defence,’' and, by way of stiiuniatiog their tal and overcoming the Y.neee antipathy to ipsndirg money, th. assur mce iJ oddedi **Cor gre-w would sore job what the S.atci should do, and would provide for tic reimbursement.1' Esc- where In this inane, we give the remarks of tiro New York Btutid upon thL« pregnant document, and account* uf the rtf e* produc'd by its promulgation. T.ic ti in- uring aud pome in Wadi street, the centra of Yankee aogacity at wel' as arrogance, were not unreasonable — ruosw ahrwwit iidiows Git .t that tbe Oily Gammon of tbe State ftepor ic-tt wouM not have loaned ticb a paper without graver tb »a were coofeowd on > • face, ard their gr.llty soils s? oucc took flights* the vis- ion of an array of nations in arm- against them, able to eruab them at a single Uow. The piper itae'l receives additional weight treat the editorial ol tha iGruhf, • inch Is a sort of eummirg up of the reasons tor bn lieviog tKat the haling Eunpean Powers are about to make themselves parlies to tha war so. ne-dleasly and wickedly forced upon tho Confederate d.atea — On oor part, we may say, none of these things surprise ns. We have been prepared for and expecting ibtm.— Frets tbe first,we have b rHevad tits' the necessity for in. terpoaition, erpxialiy on the part of England, wa. imper- ative aud lo< v.'.ble.and oor only Bjpr.‘hen«ion tJ» been, nJ tost it uitycomeioo -ooa. Tne war in wl Jib wc are engaged will have rid-d too apo?, if it atop, short of a thorough d<v<lopea»*t'.t of .be spirit of nationality among curwivts. a co.fUtsra in our power, a p ido k onr name, a d« m jrtstra'ed capacity to conduct the ffjia of government, and to d I rd cntjelre* not oul again.' rh* unttildtsry peopft of the North, but against all oom- era. We abt u d e rne out ol tins contest with the shad- ow of the “old c inert cn where vis bis, a tew people, wlih a poller pti cct)y lodjp*udcnt of old Idea*, and te- lations entirely ua r> ism, lied by former a-s .civt >tts.— i is bmt for r* to CA-b', and to do otir own fighting, til we have cur-tu red a thorough enfraachi-emeat from Tankeedom, and nave taught that preumptuons and staurd race that tiie.r real posit am is oue of inferiority, and beat pol-cy cover tg tin to rebel against tiiti, uusters, tb* aupwiior race of tbe South. Commercial eoosidvn iocs, h, wcver. sectu too p-ea-ing to allow trim- atlaatiu nation* to k«p themtilfca much longer out of the fray. By tbe 1". ol J•oasry, the stock of American oof oa ia Ear ft will bo tx laJjtid, aud K trope Mart re- plenish. Ibtv m g it be disposed to indulge cur natural •leaire to druo Yaukecdom uotill every bone in it* hodr It brokra, but the iaiu’gmoe would be at too gr.ata coot to tb< m. W a- w, ti l b fun to us woulJ be death to tln-ia. F v mllhot a t f B.tilth subj -cts d p -edeut on co’toa for bre**i will soon he two hungry to wait for tie oil Bulls wbo sit around Her Majesty's Couaeij Bia.-d rcccgut: tbe ncci salty of hurrying up matters, So w) read ibe colti'at og aig-is of the tinics—end we iu- vise miliary gtn .1 mrn who expect to alike nputation, li this war, tbat they must guibe frst at d bud. If the glory of varq ils'iiug the boastful aud aiuliitu Jinom Nor.b ia to be outs alone we must go at the werk amain, •is t. whether wo will or no, tiers wiU be others to con- test the honor with as. Row aid ▲ friend has sent us a cci y of tic Kea Toik H ra!H of dote November 24 h, llotl At tbat lima pcor old Bennett was free to say abac be though', without fear f the mob or the B.s ile. Availing iiimseif ot this piivi- leje. be lrotnrrd tie North foicby and wietly upon the wlkednes* of drive g tic Scutbira States into sc* oersen, and the folly of attempting to cca cj tbca it to realism, if they i'.ouIJ oroa taka tire inevoc-bi'* >tep. He te.l- them if ttey will “c< mpare tbe attiodc ot tie 3 rathe.a States to-i y w' b tls: of tio Colouiv ninety years ago, they m<-y discover a valusble warning." ‘-Tie crus ■ which led .o our war of Independence,'' Is nyt “was i-deed triv'4 compared wl h tbat oar Souther:, b-etbren have for dissatisfaction." *'Unr fallen took ap armsapoo a Batter cf pilnciple, to rorlt tbs encroeth- meots of an inscirnt u j >»l>y, and ths tyranny of an friendly legUlailoc. Tue octal s ands In a similar atl- tuda' “And there are many piudent and kg clous meu In tb Sotrh, wbo base made up their a la to that the ee*y b- ft itlai: tbi y car. do is to pirparc them* elves to protect their l.v.-s snd property, and, aa the fi-et step to- wards tbat snd, toorgaaixr aa indcp.ndcot government. Tsey can And a arrant fer tkeir course .a tin action of tbs lathers of tbe Republic." Tais was a very safe ex- ample to follow. Bennett jet** o: • Lke tbe men cf 1760-1776, tbe propic or the South nave not been in baate. Tb, sacarvion parry ia tie flalf State* is co nvw thing Fur mere than tw< !vc years It ho« been grow ng in ncmhcil, and, since ISAti, the States righto trgu iaanen has l-en atuadov Ire e-*ittg in strength. The pr p il a on of the rlave 8taty> is larger tiisn that of the n il thirteei ; and the cld tkir'eeo man- aged to carry on it seven yt rV war arainsl ot e ol tbe most powerful rations on the free of lb* earth, ard to -humph alleel ever appuen.1/ lusm mountable d.iBeul- ttoa. -Wrfnw; then, thta Inference from our oen bister/. Toe bitch republicnu party ovci.^i • the saute position to the South a* tbe borne ,ot. n ti<ui d-d to tbe color !*», with ths difference that tie 3cnth has much cso.-p uf comp amt than be o. ioalca tvse bat Id U- >le p-o- jua Of ueoolueies, Southi-ra statesmen bare • xbas.-tstl every port b'o tntao! to induce the Jftrth to rrrpect lh:* rglte which ths fsdtrs! r. t-arim ion guarantees to the Booth. Already, u in 1760,1776, one gensmioo of I (.latest**. wave. Uid down the ftMdMW «« ibnr stmeesSnrsT**" haVtf’MW resolved to fiaUh the work L ke the Bd i<b government, tbe b or the.-n states bevo enacted laws rimed directly at the constituda; al itgl.iS of tbe Bootr; aud lik> t ie colon!», tlty aoutli pro- teet. d ia Tain agaii st tUa obooaiovtv rUtutoft. “Sow, euppuaiog that the raaiual etcuonol thedoml- ram party oirriaa to* dat-ibat the Impress* e ecu- ft ct dots bcijla In esrnot-to.t toe bUU n m ilo ol the st&ttre book*—thmt the Sooth U Alta vlih a bolt 1 in rmlinariec-toat ttgroea ate run .11or inoit dto rehelliot—can anyone doubt that toe S-iuto V,Usecede? WiU it be denied for a moment that tbe Simh has more cause for a course thau tue colonies lor .. parades themmlves from toe Gomumrnt ot Grewt Britain ? Aud, again, la anv one s) foolish as U) believe that tbe South can be. as Webb says, lnt® submission f" P • tbe BI.ek R publicans, -bo talk suoh non-tnae, remember the emlneDt bravery of Southerners lu tvery war wbioh <Wcountry baa waged against a for- zu power ? No, the South could not be conquered had »e an aimy and navy equal to those of Great Britain. Excellent conclusion t Prophecy that occurring events areete-y day converting into hie lory. We pity poor cld Bennett, In bGng c impelled to look on without daring to indulge hidisclf in the grim satielacuen oftaj- i g: “I told you so " Cur Issakuri Victory- Ac full detail* of the glorious triumph of our arms at Leesburg on tbe 21st Instant aro yet wanting, anytLiog which tends to enlighten public intelligence and reliave publio cutioet'y in regard to it, will d.ubJese prove highly aocepubla to ot r reader*. We sell! tbe oppor- tunity. therefore, afforded w by * friend, of laying be- fore them tbe followiog extract from a later addressed to b m by a distinguished Southern gentleman, who was oti toe battle-field durtug toe whole day, aud who gives expression to hit feelings, and describe* what he *»», in tor fd owing iuwfrs'ing plages “Yesterday t M >ndav) was the most exhilaratirg day 1 ever spent in t-i« «s*V From day-dawn to the dead hom o! the oifchr, I felt through cTt.rj uecood af it a« »r 1 bud ihroHH rff furty ytau i saw aH that could be ss-n of eix successive figUts-never f.rther ot! than a mil* and a quarter, and ometime* within a gubsbot, aud even a stone's throw, and always from an emiuoncu per- feO'lv commanding the ground where the engagements look place. Two of the fl;h a I bad a most pirfect ati d c Liiva iog vi«>«r of—tht» reaidoi took plica in tLe wood3 wh<r« the iacessant sound of tbo niusquctiy, sometimes gradm.llv decline z and then ripdly repeat it z somatm s be ckeniug he retreat of tue enemy in l-s 'incr.a-ui g feeblenes, andth.n hts advance by tbe erowing loudness of the r port-all contributing to deepen"uprise to almost an agonising, but always tn- uraidunt oouclueiou. Toa cannot conceive the soul s m- Rouatlan with elMhiiUicg omot ons, wheuevei our charge ,'pon the enemv was cried out by that fierce shriek, that p'ntnpb.nt y.ll tua» str.kis such terror into tbe heart <a the event v and brao-a the serves of to* eseailaint won such wild ceurug- cw it ehou-a out to h^av-a and waitb tli3 war trv—• Vet ry it dmlh At “ich mr- men s-and thrv 3 re m u' —I left my h-art jump into my meu b red cbtk* ail utterance, -av.- ui lean and praises Goi b lUoked for toe ruorapr of our people, a ,Vai. nl,.riAlia r.a*mrit'». I r* 1 fiit'fifd. U) t .e bottom of mr heart, .ill the day, that I w„i horo a Smiktr»*r. I #peac :wtlve lioun la lh» btooui ol a Southern brigade in the dav of battle—many ol whom tad tasted nothing hut earth'J water for 4S hour*, aud it wm i,o* lams reason that no.. but laipena* inmlnct t*t felf ail dav lorg. What kind anu gralvlul atttn- vooa what patient and ge. ero. allowances, cur noble soldi, ry ai -• ever entitled to at the hands of a rigorous Government and an appreciating country. •H»; our irnpAw*. arms great and auiall, rrisoun* high and low, of all the i.M /s of our day of rictoriva,other* wiU doubtless iuform the pubic." The A' ./miVst yisierdsy pabjisbed the loliowing iu- terf sting eitraci Hoiu a letter written J.y a lady cf I.ees- hnrR ••Lsai'scao, Oot. ?i, lboi. • • • Ynu do not know what we hare povae-1 through sine* vrsterdav—a hatful hat If, mere stubborn thnn rat ol Manas-a*. the soldier* aay, hough, of course, a rieudi.l. Our men tonrht moot hraraly. i lelt jrfectlr ootrincod that *e would repel thi m, until about liir o’clcck, when a wounded oldier arrived and ro- puled that our army tv** "hipp'd, ard that the rt ,h Vir girna Raiment wav out to p**ice' Ob what aleirhla i, ur we ilieu rp-ul. About five w'Utck tbere came in r, wa tbel we had gained tho advantage, it'd soon the cheers ol victory shouted ouourcar<; and though'll* d tad and wounded were cooiiug iu, aud ihongh we km * t-ie sorrow ihst would be shed abroad, ret our hearts t>}. jp ia W.ack ulners to G >d who g rath the victor) I || nti glorious vic ory, gloifturlr won Many a r M spirit w.seacii6ced on our p.rl; butw are the con- n-rort! Wo bare abcuv 500 prironer*. Th-dr 1d«« in „,llr 1, wounded, anti p-m>uera .a at ,'r.iaf 1,00.0. Oura about thirty kiitad— tmong whrm la Clinton Uatcher, j. L count v ) Dccai R« ( f Loudoun,) aud a aon of fi jv Pettus, of Mtrsiesippi Many are wmded.— fjeu(. Cot. Tebbs (of the Itn ,Vj ) was slightly wounded —a gr. z» on the chetk. Col. Burt of Miasi<aippi, was nndtifa tht thigh;not mortally. D:. Msrt.u. ,t pi ) was shot tl.rou»h the lungs—upp'sed to be raortsl wounded. Lit nt. B. G Cir's r. (Sib Vs ,) w is wounded in Che b ind- Lient. Flam (?) bad hfa leg hotctT, aid D:. Book lit aim. Young Ballard, of Richmond, Is rate. Oar C iurihoticf was f'lll of Yankee pr'sjnera last nigh', who were «tnt rff at 4 o’clock tin* morning, and is now lull again. They do not think the attack will e renewed te-day, as their Its* is so heavy. We did not fir a piece of ar.illety, owing to the thick- et on tho Leesburg aid* of the battle groned, by Jock- son’* houee. It res ly was an awful battle. We s*w the first of It fraui o«r garret window. Tnere were three distinct oon- !1 c-t-. Ta.\ firing of musketry on our side (tor we had nothing else,) was temlio. We expect another battle to- mo'tow. A renewal of the fi*ht, according to rumor, wa* also ~ Lw Cl^i. f'e a aril a /•-ill w.vqrra<4.' hf liim | .j. G u Jobtaxw for rtinfcroMMSU. Qen. J., so thetn- I mr goe*, te it l im ftflefu hundred men, and an order, j it t! e milo tuns, that, if tho enemy should appear iu j : rc •offlctenllT largo to render an engagement Iropm- ; Ject, he should fall bark. Tnia «t«t > of thing* ccturr j mi WwdutsJay, G K renrrd and tho cnetnr tccupiid j L e.diu-g. Tli s i« tbc rumor, and we give it as such, | oaiy. It is net confirmed at the W .r Department. ou Temporal on Moatwl! A grevt mg'e h of public duty was committed In this r»inm n*eil h yesterday. The moet valuable right of ire.-iteti—the elective Irst chute—was treated at of no account. In other times, we have known a Gongieesiou- elec ion stir the good picple of 3 lrginia as the bunts- miu\- hotn fcis pack—but yesterday we saw no evidencs that they so much as kuew it was election day. But such t was, a? ia attested ty the ftllowit g cffidal Proclan.a lien, issued by “tiovernot1' I*itr point, fiom Lis cspiAl" t Wheeling. Tho inattention of the people to ;bin iocumt-nt is ibo aiorc mortifying irou tho fact that the Governot" enirt is tbria to herd if. We pc dish if Hat it uisy suud as a lasting ichute to these unpatriotic fsce: TEE COlMONWIiAl/ni OF VIRGINIA. F.xtcrnvi Dipartmsk; 1 WnsAl.iao, O.tiber 12, IBM. f tj tbs runt tr viaaiaiA. Whereas several oi the Congrtaiiota! districts of this 3-are a * cart pa-evented in the House ot nipreteutvtivi* .n tlie C rngres.i of the rutted State", by reason of failure 0 elect on the fourth T* u eday ia May !*<•: omsed tv | rmed inro iu revrlUon sgti i°t UK* CoDOtitudou and lawu I t ibe United S ates and of llti* State; uud it being the light ol tbc loyal iiihahitau' < m eai h d s tier to be lepte * it d iu acid House by iB pres u la live of their own >ppointing, tb > Conveat.ou of Virgicie, on the 20-b day of Auguu, 18iil, pi »ed an old nance directing an elec- ti >n to be held Ou the f urib Tuurfdav Lti, (24lb) 1 every diatri t ia tire State so iLureproMnted and wlteie -taici s cist. It is further made the law, by vir- tue ol the ordinance aforesaid, that any person who la prevented front attending such tlictioo, by tea- on of the occupation of bis own county by armed men in hostility to the Government, that snob voter iflsy vote any where in h'J Congressional district 1. it fur- j iher ordlined that ib« tlciou shall ba c inducted and | the revolt oicen uned, dedared, and c Ttified ia tho man- n-v dirreted iu'he code ol Virginia of the edition of 1300 By the 11 :h section of chapter 7 'r^l that rode, j a >y two treehi ll.-r-. msv hill an ilro-on dirreted by | liw a* any plve ol voting, if no Obimniusionrr to tu : pvtl.ntead the satce appeals and b willing to aol, or if | no Cnmrowaiouer* have boea appoinicd to hold th« flec- tion. Now, therefore, li eoti deration of ibo proirliu-., I, J'tAM'iS H. FisArviar, Governor u| the unnmooweaiiU ; Virgin! t, do her by eartful tbs loyal voters of th!a ate to ho'J elreitos In their several distrloui on tho a.y r.biHC uj^ntioftfd, to the ead that the peoplv m»y reprej«.n ed, tba n.-loJpl-t of lepr-senUiive govtro- :n«D! sccaiocd, and tbs State have her due weight In too National Lsgisiaiuie. F. E PIEKPOINT. e iiiUJinwi'jaiiLiLia [>V<»H th« JvVo fori Afwai* ] M&. tJKWAKD'd LETTER-PREtlRUKi FOR TBE 9T0&M from all quarter* wo have rewired intelligence of tha **i>“uileo and«*cileu»iit produced by Mr. Seward a circular letter to the Ooveraora of the Iryal Bates on the anaboard and lake. It waa prepared on Monday, and on Mfednuday It wae telegraphed aimuluneeualy to tbe loyal prse* of tbe North, On Its appearance here yesterday W.U street was thrown Into terrible commo- iioo; Federal stocks went down two and a half to three per cent, tbe bears were in high glee, aod the bulls ut- tered curses deep, if not loud, against the anthor. It wjt urged, in condemnation of the polloy o! tbe letter Bret, that them waa no neoeeaity for the feriMoatloea re- commended; »eco> d r, il there was, that the beet way to accomplish the object was by means of prirate Utters to Ur* governors, woiob would not create alarm. Wbat weight there » In these objections we shell shortly see. Meantime let ns enquire how It U that this letter has produced such remarkable- tffrcts. It is be- csio-e the public miod was in a loverish state, snaoepti- ble of excitement. The news comes as upon the vrry beel< of the announotinent that the steamer Nashville had effected her ercipe through the blockading fl tel at Charles on, urd was on her any to Kuropj, ha'icg on board, ex-Scna.or Slidell, aa Minister to Fiance, aod ex- vmttir Uasoo, aa Mims!*.- to Eugliud from tbe Con- f derate Govt r.iment—two wily diplomatists, well ed for ibe mission oa which they have been sent. Tr,e moral effect, indeed, of a Confederate vetael of-war on- vetiDg these plcnipotentia-ies to Europe, in the esth of a blockading tquadron, will necessarily be verj great, far nisbing a* il does powerful evidence to demonstrate the n ffldet cv and consequent invalidity of the blockade. To nhinte that effect, die is probably tbe bearer of the or-ws of the defeat of tn# Federal iqaadron In the Mis- sissippi for tbe action lock place on Friday. Tbe Ntabvill'e sailed the same night, and could have had the news by telegraph. But In order to make assurance doubly sure, and that the Intelligence might be trans- mitted at the tame lime f y the regular mall* to Europ >, so as to reach there about the same time as the Nash- ville, the military authorities at Norfolk made some ex- ouso for sending a flag of true J to Fortress Monroe, in or- d, -o have a local p .pjroiitaluiug tbe dispatch of Capt. ill nine, forwarded to Biltimore, whence It iHund lis w iv to New Ytnk. It is worthy of remark that, on the o,-riai m of the Federal victory at Ohloarnecomioo, the Norfo k Confederates aearcht-d all pan anger*, and would not perm t a newspaper to come North. But ahether founded In troth or not, the report of the natal engage- ment at N-w Orlewni has prodeosd a temporary ffa -t hcie, and ia likely to do tbe same In Europe. Connected | in the public mird with the news is the Hnnonnocment that just before tbe^a.liug of the Nashville, two mem- bers of the British Parliament were at Rchmot.d, in dip'.oraaro ccm.nuucat.oQ sitli Jilfrtitiu Davis. Due cf these gentlemen deulea too o.iatge, but admits he ctr ried open letters, which only Serve* >o strengthen the litst iuipreesloii lu regard to his Tisit to the Uoni'sde- r»te Capital. The ruwnt declarations of British journals and s'stes- roen in farorof a permanent division of the United Sates into two oontedcraniea, corroborate this view oi ibe mis ion of Sir J tmeu Fergusor And in thn news by the Glasgow, which wr published yesterday, It was t .ted that Mr Lmdsav, M. P, at a public meeting in ot p-cc-iriug a pre«eut r apply of cotton e'tewbcro that iu me Southern Stales, ”he comJdeied it the duty of the Hri ish Cabinet to endeavor to induce the Federal ibv- eminent, in the cause of humanity, to riruove the block- ade CotiiH.'* ring tho bold stand made by the Confede- rates, and the strength of the South, he thought it almost time that the governments ot Ei-1 tnd and Franco thought of recapturing the independence of so numerous a body of people," It u in consequence of these fac* < and tho »arlike preparations ol England iu aend.rg a lirge cavsl iorcc to cur seaboard and continual rointorceiueuta to Canada, Hl the aatne time that n.,r anna have doDe little or nothing to redeem the defeat at Manassas, but ou the contrary have sulFered lurther revtr »* in Missouri, that thu public mind became affected and «as just iu a con- dition to be evltcd by the letter of Mr. Seward; and it is under three ilrcunutaueea tha' Mr. Howard calls upon ti e (lovemora of tt e loyal Stales to tafce me icnreowo tor- I tlfy the Northern frontier and every vulnerable point on I our co&jt Jh'ow we think this i« acund advice, and that I the State eannot set about it a moment too .non. is tho language pf Mr. Seward, One of the | .nst obvious pretautioua to that o.r porta aod harbors ! on the seta «id bites should be p it iu a condition ol 1 .omplete dele net, for guy nation may be *«id to voluu- ririlv incur dang.r in teinpegtaoaa a asona when it faiia to abow that it bs* aheitered itself ou every side from which the storm might posa’.bly come." The following are the comments ol the Washington 'correspondent of tho New Yoik Hsralil on S cretary I 8 ward’s circular, which r* take trom that paper ol the 1Mb: “Tbe letter of Secretary Sewird to Govt rnor tforysn poinia, with greet sig-iifloarce, to a contemplated war, with England, it it was not for the fact that it has been at lit to thu Governor' of ali other fatale* having ae»bo«rJ to pi ot ecu Our defence* oa the lake* arc only aga'nst England. There can be no harm in *!aticg what is the hict, the letter is called forth by tie late menacing poai- tion of England, France and Spain, inwards this oouotry in I s present trying hour, when the Government is strop Cling with foa* wi'ldn. Instead of motiving the syrapi- t!,j, if not the ac'lye etjprnrt, of the great Powers of Kiiiiope, to pot down rebellion against legitimate govern, men; lii tic* (Wintry, we have wimt»*ed nothxg but what seema to be a desire to take advantage of qur ci- iamity, svir.patbue with rebel*, and indirectly to give aid and conifer: to traitora who »re in arm* again*' law and good order. Our Government 1* not blind to these facts, and i« bold'y preparing to meet the i*«tis. y.irk Corrupondenee of Ik". Philadelphia Enquirer EFFECT OF SECRETARY SEWARD’S CIRCUL4R. Navr YoKK, Oct, 17.—Secretary beward’* circular to Governor Morgan, urging him to plaf'e our lake and sea coast* iu a slate tf Uctcuoe, full dke a bomb fbell on Wall strrnt this morning, und me result u «a you wt.l «*e by 4 cU: cj at toe »ur,k lul* every where—a wbolt- sale decile .a every evaenp iiu of public wcuriues— Ooverumem* as VcU »s railway*—1"solids as well os ‘•face ea” sharing a coniuus tate. The cit.-mem •Dd tne nrusvure tu Ren tui »uu« nwiut me l pmicky" day* of the great fluanulal ortsis foar years I "go, [ CALL UPON’ EX-PKE1. TYLER BY THE PEOPLE OF CHARLE1CITY COUNTY. A: a roceibg ol the ciii**us of Chailui City County, | hell on Thursday last |CourtOiy,) Col. Ja nesM Wiloot was called to the obalr, and Kfinund Waddill appointed secretary. Whereupon the following rc»oliitlon», pre- vented by Isaac H. Christian, Esq., were unanimously adopted: 1st. Kesoltntd, That we, citir ns of Charles City CoUD. ty, feeling the impart^foe of bringing to the Councils of our country at this oiilictl period of her history, the beat tajtnta aud cipsilance nt her ooutroll, eirnestly re- omnieuA to the peop'e ef the »t congressional district tko eheticu, to the nr*t Confederate Congress, of nut distinguished fellow citlr m and cotintyman Ei Pres. Ty- ler. • 2d That we hereby call upon the dU'Jngtrshsd gentle- mva to yield to the paoptj oi his native cocnty, cl the di»trict, acd the ocuarrv, thoss services which be har heretofore never denitd them, believing that at tbia hour they are more tmiueoily demanded thin at any previous period of bis lorg uud useful public career. ~ 1. Resolved, That the Secretary of tbia meetice he n e'ed to send a eopy of these resolutions to IL: Pre?. r/er, with the requ.s: that he wil. reply to the call here made at Ids earlier convenience—and on* Kg the Rich- mos l piper* fur publication. J tME3 if. WIIXCOI, Frc*. Ei noan Wauptit, Sir'j Enquirer, Eianiin.r and l>i*p»U-b pi Rise copy, EY-GOVKRNOR3 TOTTfEY AND SEYROUg r.N'BEB THF BAN IN OONNECTICrr. The New York "Tribune," of the lath Instant announces j that the Connecticut Benstc had p used, by a vote of 12 to 6 tbe following resolution ••Resolved, That the Meraanger of the Senate be, and j ho is ben by, r< quested and dircoud to remove from the 3enal Chamber the portrait of Isaac Youcey and Thom- j as H Seymour, and that whenever the Oontroiie; shall | he satisfied of their loyalty he I* inftr acted to return ( thf r portraits to ih*ir present plane on the wall.1 .] KaRBIlD, l»n Ttudiy.Kft tntt *>r Bar Mr Brown, Mr. P. M. JACOB tc * Mi*i A DHL AN A U-, All of U«or!c.>. Din, Of tv?hrW firer, oi Tta^iduk (he 1Tih October, At i*/o*&dr« | ]«tAr vi th** teetdecreo? ilg father, rr Pat:4 PBtttr»»»n, of l^e j r.uily nf BuCilnpMir DAVID B PATTfl«»!f, lo the *Oth y*ar of hi* am* e*?r4eAnt la •<u?kinjrh%m Yanrey Oavdi. OApt. CasJd j Ptiiefoo Otih Begia-fntVl gt u Vi luLtreij. Aj*J, rath* fallowing dtjr hlj Hltie t>twr, JEfAlH W. PAT'*! * )M rtfr.l *.* year*, 1 moftlL And ~J M}L Bctfi were banedlo ih» ! Btaif yr%y* A* kvuu LKlXiMKMS -I Bin .Urootod by OmaIh n.Ak* grateful Arkaowledgmeol ter the foUoWitg RrUcL# iBinlifcad to 11* iroou. Sromtlu army uoMltleu Tuurd Wen's Ottrbllaa AssoototisD, 1 I) X ol senso-tabU cJultdr f Km the La tin • ( 3«» Rut, 20 pair socks a tha Upper Klor » til Sxls’qr, 1 bundle, oontaalof seeks and aa-e *1 Ins from Mri b n Don* as, IS pair scats. T W BATK’S, 1st Isrf't Tt/flaU taaivri army Ruitbwest, Oea 1A, 18*1 Mb*- sit AfraUU IN UNCOlNIWNb GLEANINGS ISOM THE TAKREE NEW8PArER8 The Cincinnati paper* state that Brig idler General Mitchell will Ibis week take tbe field at toe head of lb* foicm which are to march upon the Cumberland Bap — This aoiiiU. tod U aaid to bare been assigned to him by SrcrMary Cameron, while in Cincinnati last weak, aod ia fraught with important results. Prow the Cb leafs Trlbaoe, Oct, IOUl LINE AND bTLRGlS—TUKIR DISAGREEMENT. By tbs arrival of au offioar of Lana'* Brigade, who left Kansas City on Sunday night, we hare late infill- geao* from Waiters Missouri. Line and Sturgis, tha former with three thousand and lb* latter with font thousand mao, war# etill at Kaoaaf City, unemployed and waiting order*. A serious diffi- culty had sprung cpbe tween these commanders, • • aud it was understood, when oar toformint left, that Lane would co longer obey 8:nr*U' order*, though the latter was bis superior in rsnk. Line'* ecoUmente were abared by the great body of his men, aod nothing bo: nrcawfy, induced by the presence of darger, would be able to bring about a good understanding between these othoers. I. was larther understood that Laos aatabout to make charge* ag lust Sturgis, with a new to have aim removed or suspended. This is unfortunate for the oause in that quarter. Gen. Sturgis Is an officer of great merit. 13 tte oattle of Wilson’■ Creek, where Lyon fell, be did capital service, and it is to be greatly regretted that he it now giving hinos.lf up to indulgences which carry with them const quince* so dettimcntal to the Uuion cause. We take 1: lor granted that Gen Fremont will interfere as soon a* news of this affair oome* to h s ear*. Ltne, on Wednesday last, sent ont a swing party to observe the movements ot Pries and bis ga-g. Toey returned on Friday, having undo s thorough reconnoie- sance of all the country in that vicinity. They four d Price at Rose Hill, twenty mile* from Lealngtoo, and as near as they could ascertain, wero tbrowieg up tempora- ry entreeehmiuta They report that Price’s force has been exaggerated as to numbers and efficiency, and that there is groat di.-oonunt in his camp. Before leaving L xiugtoj, he dismounted all hi* men but two thousand, and sent the horses aero** to the north side of tbe riser, solelv, It I* alleged, to prevent wbcL-sals desertions.— Hill hi* men are barefooted, aid all are not tfectlrrly aimed. It is tbe opinion at KtasaaCity that hi* aimy will gradually melt awty as he goes southward, aud that unit sj Fremont maki 1 baste he will fhd nobody to fight, from tbs St. Laid* ItpablLan. INDIANS ON RED KIViB. It bas been stated that no necessity axis’* for the gar rhoning of Fort Abercrombie, but we are ssnured by Mr. Burbank that this is s m s.vke, and tbit the Indians are mot* txoubh sime all along the river than ever before.— The last number of the Fort Gxrry North Waster con tain* the billowing account of >heir operations in that vi cinlty Hi ce the deptrlure of the R jes, tbe Indians aro be- coming remarkably saucy. They arc clxuioronj almost daily about a aeUkment for their lands, and even talk of comp 'Iting the Company to pty up. Perpsps these com- muning* and threat* may not wear a menacing look j 1st nos, but in the absence o( any controllng fun * they aie likely to Lad to (rouble. At Pcuib na, the Indixus have Uie boat Beforj she could ptas down lo Fort Garry, this lia'. trip, the Captcja bed to b*nd over to (ha Bid River I ike pillager* wed other Indian worthies, a liberal donation of provision*. The modest sum ol *5,000 is said to be what they claim for Mr. Burbank's use of the wood and water on the route. Tueir demand mu,: be sail*!, id iu acme way or other, and now they have received the (ire. instalment, they will have greater audacity in a>ki: £ a second. Their success will alio eu bold.-s the Indiana hereabout*, and render them more noisy and ease lug — Should they make at y hostile deraonsua lons, there is no estimating the misc'ilef they might do before iny force could be brought together to pul them dawn. There is -under present*, literally no protection iu such a cast—nor is there Ten fares enough to enable the authorities to carry out their laws, should an infringement of them be a'uiinpted. This la cot as it s void 1 be-, sod if a remedy is no* soon applied, cur rnle-s may And to their osl that "pretention la better than eu.-o.' THE 1XDUB3 OF HEW MRilCC. Tbs lnd'an Agent for Sew Msxico, Mr. Stoci;, t&e just arrived here direct from that Territory I'remus hi* d -par,ure * I the principal men of the Navsjoe In- dian* came to Santa Fe, and made a treaty of peso* with he Government, with the excjptioa of Antons, where a smnli ioree of Titana have possession through the treachery of Col. Lorirg. All is quiet in the Territory. The Federal foreo there- Iu, under OoL Oanby, who comm-nd* that military D<- pertinent, U from twalye u* fifteen hundred, while the citilrn* have raised Mjree full rrgimenta.' Mr. Stock rep- ntu the whole people aa loyal to » wan. The otjsct •it the Confer)srat.-a i» represented «* t-eirg to »rir» the Government stores, rather than to or dsavor to oonqucT e c-uuirv. There were no dlatu bonces on the H.nius, and worn Mr. 8tcck was paraiog over there the Indians were in D>? best possible hmaor from the foot of receiv- ing prwuts and acnnit'**. Waiter J. Smith, ebo of the 6e- ..tcry o( the Interior, baa been appointed Chief Clerk of (hat DeparltaeuL from tin Ctlumbui Journal. THE K. G- 0. IV 0010-A “CASTLE" ASSAULTED BY 1HE C 8. MARSHAL—THE RE 0KD8 SFri^KD. It has long been knoarn that a gang of "Confederates," called Kn ghti of the Golden Clnia," ha* been Infesting the whole country That they were wonting seprgtly in Oaio against the war and the Government has also been k town. We have been in posseetion of their oaths, their grip,their passwords, and ejpher for ascret correspon- 4 cij,fo a is L inaDonlb pk-t. But know ny that t je t.‘- bdsis 'ot the UovtTuweul i>er* upou their track, wa re- fr. Ued, by tequett, from any puhUcatlou of the document* itat had c-ouie luto our porse,-i»u from a perfectly “rtli able iouroo. TbeMarsbalol the Xortle-n Dis.ilol has now made a "deoeui” upon them—ha aetsulu-d one of tber "e a le«" n Marion yeaterda-, and bort+ofl * "coo Atndr." as a prisoner, to the devetaiid JaiL Their record* were riao tellxt. Tae exci uneiil iu Marion 1* intense. Ba- 1 low are touud the sworn statement* upon which the Mar- shal made toe a*re*u I, Ssmuel Cheney, of Marlon count/, Ohio, of lawful age, being first duly sworn, depose and say the on ;he evening of October, 9, 1861, I w.w at Carter's school hao-ie, In Green Qamp township, in said county, ard if 110 OiuI (8 prcscuk UCHIR u.Tjirui»-t UI icirru.'g uu* ».*u > posing s secret as o-ivion known and distinguished o he Humiliated a* "i'nipuu of ihe Golden Circle," ctllid one Peter Hoy kina, who was present, cm oi aaid achool bouse. and af:er some preliminary tilk, it was arranged that I abould ba initiated in regular form, aaid Hop kins informing R? that he waa a regular membiT; whereupon we proceeded tc a wagon, some little cie- tAOce from from the school houje, arm ip ai>id wagon I j w«» duly initiated rs a member of add by uiid peter Hopkioa, ho adminiateiiag the oaths, fining tha ptaawoy J«, signs, gripe, 4e in good dlh. The oath waa uker) In tbit wise, sold Hopkioa I ilrst tepoaiing a pan of the same af a lime, and myeelf repealing the aitne after bin). Altar said initiation, aaid Hopkins informed me of the names of a number of a id aaaociaiicn residing In the neighborhood, "hiob names I lor the present withhold. The oath*, aign*, grip*, pm •, A •, are, to the beat oi my knowledge, embodied treiow, and are aa nearly correct as I can rtcsll them from memory. I am particularly positive that the part* in lisHca rrlitira to vadiug in blood up lo my knew* to serve / person Jhvi*, a* contained in the oath bolow, wat in the oath, and my memory ia particular and die linot on thl* part of the subject. ewoosw the signs, gripe, pisajrords, ic. The Oath as given Ip true in asuetanne, if not In (Orm, as I h we to depend entirely on toy mem ory, for the same, and further deponent s.ith not. FIRST oaTH. I do trust and solemnly promise and swear that I »UI no: (OF£al any word, either directly or ii.dircctly, of what lax a trout to ycceive, cicepr It be to aom a true and fslthinl brother of tsr* order, and not outo him ua'il, after strict rumination, I shall hpye found him < t them as justly euntlcd to the same as 1 myself ru at„ut io be, under the uo less Density of having my body Severed in lour part*: the first part cast out at the North gate, the second ptrt at the South, the third par: at the Boat and the fourth p-ft »t the West gate. 1 further- more promise that f will always bad and anf wer all signs asd signals that are given to me by a brother of this cr- der, if in my power to io sc, and I furthermore promise and' awcar '.bat I will protect and defend all cectritn- tional Democrats, their live*, property and puaooti lib- erty frpm mob violence during tbi* Sou h- rn icsorreo- t'on, so ioRg a# they obey ihe laws of tba U. 3. A., let it come from whaWFsr eource it m»y, lh!a obligation to bo binding on roe a* long a* the war shall hat. S1COXD O.TW And I further promise and swear, in ti-e presence of Almighty God and the members of tha Coldea Circle, that / mil not nil <r tleep until Abraham l<ncols, mom PrniJent, thall he removed out of the Prt-idenfal chair, and l Hill teadt in Uaod up la mg Icntet, an nonh at tenon Itirit teet jirnotr to march hie anna to tale,he Oilg of Waekwqtn and tf,e While Boult, to J, tie name. Bo help me God, and keep top steadiest to (TO Ui# niUAe*. The undenlgnad, nnder oath, state the' we bare regd the above statement, and say that we wore present ar.d beard the ootha administered as stated In the above af- fidavit, and"that the statement* therein ait true. T. 0. Dmaasog, J. W. Hood, Oriiil davnia, 0 Maun, Ml'inn" mi— i .mm* ftwesu tc end aahworibed baro.» mm this fell 4*9 of ©etcher, A. 1) MM. J. R. GaasxmmR Mayor of tbe incoaporated rill igeol Merlon, Ohio. THE CALIFORNIA MAIL8KRVKS D13TURHK1). The San Francisco JKttnn.g Mnflttim tliu* complains •f tbe interruption of the California null aerobe by the outrages of the Missouri Confederate# "■ California is feeling Ho aflecU of the MUeouri trouble* by tbe stoppage of tefegmpble at d mall #0" munleatloo at the other end of the line. T"S Overland Mall end Ki- preas during ita iutarrup'ioa of inlofcoars* with Ht. Jo- seph can be sent by railroad via St. Looi* and Jtlfer-on City, and from tbo Utter point by steamer op the Mia- tour! to Kauai* City or Leavenworth, whence a few mils* staging will take it to tbo regular sstsMIsfced root* eon- ceding at Kunoeknk, forty mile# dlrrotlr waat of S' Jo- soph. This will mik* our malls aod Pony Express at lass’, two dtya looger on tbo way than heretofore.— Should this routo vie Jctfsrsoo City bo found dhpraotie*- trte, then there la still another avaiUble route, passing through Illinois and Iowa, to Omaha City, K. T whence t- era is a daily mail already established to Fort Kearney, a distance of less than 300 m.les, where it j >ins tb* great Ore Uid rculo. Thii rout-, i* quite as availabU as tb* une by the way of Jtffrrson Oily and up the Mis- souri rivrr, and it has the adlltlonal merit of passirg through au unquestionably peaceful country. The con- tractor betwreu Omaha and Fort Kearney it K 8. AL vord, Oencral Superintendent of the Overland Mail Hue, who left this city two or three weeks >;o, and probably was at the Wart when the reoent Interruption of the moil aervice occurred. t ram tb* IndlantprlU JcuraaL BAD MAN AGE KENT IK WESTERN VIRGINIA. Tb* Glooinr.ati Cum vitrei*! ourae* Q lartermtttar* and other Gorerntn -nt agent* concerned in th* shameful abuse of our troops in Western Virginia, with a heard- u^ss that we cordially approve if we cannot imitate. In the cause of mon so cruelly mloiaed by red-tape folly aud offioial stupidity, a good hearty cursing, is a right- eous set, and w* beg tbe Commtreial to keep oo. It does us good. “The Ccmmisjary-Gaofral Of tba luJiana Volunteer Kilitia has been hunting up the ample stores of clothing forwarded to (Vesttrn Virginia, aod which were not in the way of ever reaching tbe troop. He found seme of the clothes, a id some ot tbe ploojtfiof, thieving, care- t.-aa, tMok-headed, formal and foolish, pernicious scoua- d.eia, who stand between the soldier and the people, and contrive by their awkwerdnesi, dishonesty, and norm l- gated adherence to rd-tapeism. to nuke eoldiet* starve im a land ot plenty, aod go ragged when the warehouse* are fu i of clothing.’1 Tbe remedy for the incompetence or rascality of such aim our ootemporery thinks !* to be lo ind in a cloee pursuit of them by such a man •* the following, which, wa believe, da rribes Gov. Morton, In his action regard- ing this matter, qui eaoouratrly “We need, to bunt dowu the Incapable* and tbe tarn dials who are fattening while our men In the army suffer, some one with iron will, no respect for office and no fear nl person*. 0* should be iudomitabl* aud remorseless, th* deadly foe of slam* and sworn dMtroyer of tbe rutmhug dignity of petty position. He should also he animated with ’uncommon wrath.’ and wire neither rest (o bi* feet nor e'umber to bia eyelids uaul be knew if e r.anon why the overcoats that we know to have been n iJe In ihi< city are not on the ha. lu of oar soldiers at Cheat Mountain. He abould know how to trace a lie to iu aource, and to call a thief a thief and a fool a fo.1, bowtver the one or the other may b) bedl. seed with hut ions, or thickly eoi-iroled by those whose thrift follows lawning." Iu a day or two Qjvenior Morlou will publish Utters and diepa'vhi'e relating to the clothing of the Indiana .-iluntetrs at Cheat Mountain, whifh ahaw that be hag D-.-en urgent, consraut, importunate, aud that In apite of ali his energy and bis rigMsous wrath, the dishonesty or dnUnets of the officials hu thwarted him for mooths — At last his patience has been worn out, and ha has pre terred formal charges against the whole Depirtmeot.— We do not koow, nor does anybody know, who la to a nine fer this strange and miebiovout oonduot, aud each storekeeper, querurmaiMr end wagoomaecwr may prove himself entirely ionooeut, and show that he has veeo superhumanly rutrgelic in getting the clothlrg for ward, but still the one fact remai is, that ciothing ftr- war-lrd to our iroops month* ago, aud which should have reached them in a week, hu either nft reached them at ali or I* only just arriving, sblle tfjey hate been ourybg mau after man whose death is directly traceable to the destitution o meed by this negligence, and scores irr rendered unli. fur all (mure service, and Will ha sent home. lu Bracken’s company of ludianopolls Ranger*,” alone, there are eight or lea m-n permanently disabled by exposure and destitution, aod three or foor have died. Tnay, as well as ll the regiments on Cheat Summit, have bid no oilier olotkiug than the light uniforii provided Lr summer ui-e, wblje the • mpit *• oovared wtshseew ,nd the nights ffete miter bpld, eyep fn August. T ey h. -ggsd for ovrroeau two months tgo. Giyernor Mor- ton, whl'e in Kaahlngtac las: aummn, got au order from i. e erat Meigs, who 1j the salt tfa*. savors the whole War Cep', for 4,boo ovcicoata lor our men in the moun- tains, representing that though the days were warm, the nights were veiy ctld, and tM mountain soaked with an almoat oooatani r io, arid the men then in actual need of the additional clothlrg U» era! Meigs telegraphed at once to New Jfork to t o rjntractor to 4,'ktOover- coats speedily for thd f .diana men iu Virgioia. There w.. no “red-tip*" delay. The or.w cime from the Chiefs o*u h^nC, gtid. was attend. <i to at occe. The cost* wero progtp'Ir m*ds and promptly forwarded — 4bout oue-lbird of them got to our men. The rest went — the Lard know* where >obody tlse aeetes to kDOV anything about It. We usee po ilea whose fault this was, but I', certainly didn't do Itself." It needed tome fool or scoundrel to help it along. During Mr. Commissary Stone's recent visit to bunt up clothing, be was applied to by Lieutenant Colonel Cm there, of the Virginia Volaateevs, to let him have 500 blankets of the 5,‘iiwO which pcs of the G lartermeetors slated were In tie store house at Bollidr Mr tt e fodian men. Ho sail bit men were suffsriug, Inara were no tiankeis to be had, and be didn't know what to do if In ilana didn't let h-m have som* Mr. Stone prom(tly c toeenud, if there were 6,000 Indiana blankets in the g'ore, to give Vnginia what she asked for. The two went to the store-house. The tame man who stated to CaruiLen t>i*t tbs buckets were there, I'ated the next chy to Csriithe.aiutq iiu,?P tjtpt thev were not there, that they bad Inten sent away, co.iMu't or woulln t te,l where, a ^.iwa.l mt iko oamna In Artfl nn UunkotJ I’jiwiti'r they got down to il.u Kanawha in time to be t-wjiuped in the freshet in that river. The clotblug buried in the Kinawba fix’d 1* toother spec! men of the r_ uiegemeot in Western Virginia, end eo sbameiul t one i»t we hope tun rs'jOtt of it may prove eiaggr rated But we bare letmcd too web b»w thiols VO Ofoeged to feti very sanguita. Wei tern Virgidi has been the Gri- me* ol the var. A ett of otioers »o Incompetent,'so careless, eo recite**, or roe.-illy, theoonfuiioo tud ttjuaa- derlog of BslatUv* panppt parallel. There tie doubt- lev come good, efficient men among them, but they ere perelyt d by the worthier 6 ones, end it 1* time an Inves- tigation vu made, and a little‘'weeding oot-'' effected. aoiTHJCB'f 8EAPOUTS. Lieut. Bankhead reoentjy a la ted that between Sayan- nab end F<-r audina, Fla, there ere no lc** than lii good cntrtnoca, with etc |k nt ant borage, and with m much water a* there ii on P«rauuah her. not blockaded. The pal-as oamm Julcatlng by water Inland wi h Savannah are Beaufort, X. C, Bronlwirk end Darien, ell of which are oocoo ports. Wtaeau, u vabau. Great and li'U* Lip-lo, Djboy, Uampcoo Orwak, Altamahe, St. Sfmon'a a id 9t. Andrew's. With tbe exception ot Altaoohaand Himptoo, this* entrancra have et least from twelve to lotirteen feet tt low water. In Liuiaieoa we Hid flva moc'tf to the J'ieeLrf'pp!; along tbe Fioi Ida coast bun- dredv of little Meiitiucnp *ntc which small croft can run trout Cuba or the i tram a aod lit* Worth Carolina coast Is full of Mrat boband has a douh'.e tine of roast. { The Boston Traveller, In noticing this, lift “It Is tbe oplnlco of nautical mo it would ba of no avail to atumpt to Oral this ooast by any such obatriv tiont, as new Inlets would be imiusdiaiely fotmed by the acioo if the 'ide aid currents By the way, thee# “rat- bol -a' a* they are deprnejiir.ely oalied, are In many ciors j hitter pat sis for the veamli than tbe regular poitof j entry." GENERAL BUKIXR’S SPECIAL AID. Quite a aeueai >o nai created In J. ff.-roon P ty on 'hi j rvcjicg of the » b Inst by the t-rriyal of Mrs. C >1 E-lie, ; from Tipton, bearer of deep robes froip Geoeiyl Hunter and Colonel Cilia She was dreyied In a feed-military riding habit aad bat, with a orimson Saab thrown around j the left shoulder, ae an liner of tbe day, movoted on a j pi ended charger, and attended by two orderile# She had ridden forty live miles sinoe ten o'tiscb, and, wl bout 1 taken a moment’* rest, delivered her order* at camp, aod 1 then waited upon Genera) Price with ber despite V*, urg- log forward two Kjaidrona of Colonel liiie' command, coy h,re, to rtioin the regimen: at Tipton. Tbil m.-j .r ...itisnir i* a'.^c’npd jo 'he Pint Ml-acnrl cavalry, as ape- dal aid to her huvband,"Colonel fill#. DISLOYALTY RFBChEP IX 0ONNH91TW. j Riarruir-, Conn., October IS.—The Su e Sicate, by a vote of twrlre yeae to eii ray*, to-day gated a teeolu uow orierjng the removal from the Senate Chattier of the portraiti of Is'ye Tnusey and Tbomai H. Seymour on Bo-ionnl of their disloyalty. Spuin' Dt’paUti Ij Ih PkiltieipkU Sttnhy Jturpti. Wsswtjicrov, Oct- 13. -Brigadier Gaocral Lanier has town detached from General Mona’s dirirlon, aod atogs- ed to tbs obarge of tto whole I ins 01 the Baltlmon and Ohio Rsirwad, frwm Balttgwvw Io Wheeling agd f arks'*. h tkstivxnuisul u> have this Ht)*r<w»pitad. i A SHAa»HO0TKR IK LOCK. j J Wimt«Nlt*g rald,» Itfuog nan Who has :for »$ioe p-M tum aaaoartrrl iiih tw* °—* p‘*'t ,a ,n want «Mrg an ilipt it tborifle be was o6( compelled to pMRat with au» erdtaarv infantry or cavalf*, hot f ad aeanred ah beaataMe position in Berdan's £h-rp hooter*. On the trial biaatriug measured eighteen inches, * bile fifty iochei are allowed aa • nuximom. The ba- It bae presented him with the sens sum tint it allxwa »* a mar- r age portion to the clerks—AJO—deeming that ba who gee* faith to serve Me eewetrr Ie as aeweh Wltied ao a * do war aa a bridegroom. Io addition to tbit ban'i«omo • start fat tba world, various present*, sacb si revolver*, equipment*, Aj. have bat given to bin bv tbo cashier, tha teller, and ethers with whom ha hat been associated. —TVoy (A'. T.) Sud^t. tram the C actaaaU Bnq -twr, Oat. 1A FINK SPIRITING. On Monday last a gentleman, oam d DeCoetar, retched Detroit, from New Orleans, by way of llinoi' nail and T lado, sod waa quietly arrested and spirited away to ti n Hour* of Correction, where ha was closely confined, and, for a time, all peruana were forbidden to aee him. He waa refused ooansel, sod no mtMactio.i was given him , aa to the eharges mad* against him or tlis caste of his arrest la tba evening folloalag, bring fully hnrweused with the belief that an outrage had hero psrprtra'ed, aome gentlemen went to bid priaon and demanded the right to aee the prisoner. They were politely informed that Mr, DeCoetar waa not in ; ie bad hern spirited tff, whsnee and by whom they con'd not find ou\ Be i-ad with fclm, when are* »t*d, aome fifteen hundred dollar*, a x hundred of whieh w*e to geld. He we* rskrved o< this rmall charge while in priaon. There- ie vi A ny. ai- der cover of authority, no doubt, at Ut* bourn tf tin. mysterious Wubtaftoo (Xrrra peed ease New Tetk Tilbuaa, ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE MASON AND &LIDELL. Uulea* the Couf, Jera-e emitaariee, Mason sad hit > I, auddeniy changed the plaoe agreed upon for th lv« x jd-tt from theTlonfederat* States, they have ool. aa represei l- ed fu th* Southern Journals, tailed for Ear pe uora Charleston in d<fiicc« of the blockade. But l-eetlv tbo lot lllgenoe pch'tehcd ut-day reached here, the Kevy Dc- pariment, with column dible teal aid piompii**., or- dered a fast steamer to Intercept tbam, and adwxaub from New Yoik to fLcreurv Welle* was teeeived to- night, atatlog that the steamer waa reedy aid mould •tail off at once. If, heeetcr, Macuu and Siideil have not soiled from Of arise'On, but have takeo the route first agreed upon, ibey will find our Government on the Watch for them. MORE TROUBLE FOR GEN. FREMONT. Ool do Abna, who waa sentenced to be dismissed the service by scour: martial ordered by Gere- 1 Fremont, has been restored to hit command br tbe Pierident.— Commenting oa this trtetanat of Gen. Frtmact, tha New York Trikvfi) says It is reported from Washington tint ib« Preaiden: baa ordered the reeiora ion to e«rviee end pty of Col. do Ahna, of tbe I-:d>ana Legion, who baa r,-. n ttird by oc.urt martial at St. IdWla for conduct mb coming «Q nicer and gentleman, and casbliied. We do not pre- tend to judge of tbe facta for which he *«« tried *ad sentenced. though we have no doubt be svp'v de-erv.J hi* punishment ar.-ry la; afur hi* rcmm e-iou wu is- •ued, and we mast ray that bis restoration is a n.l-for- tune to thn errtiee. Me ia a mere loafer and udventi who come here originally as a sort of aeif-nf pointed Bom- ber of the Hnugarlane of Comoro, and hi* ever »f>r been waiting for something to turn op. He afcooM Ji*er be trustad with tS.ct onm.iud of a corporal's guild, m ca less of a reg meat His restoration, under prrarni ctr- cumUancee, look* simply like one of a aerie, of p. t v annoyance* to Gen. Fremont for the purpo. e of driving him into resigning. To diauiis* hln at tcoe wonld be a morj honorable way. LOSS OF TnK STEAMER SARASAO. MsLTtuoai, Ocb Id— Paiaengera from Old Point b'fng the aoconncemeDt of thelcool the l*titled State* stestn- er Saranac, oil the month of the M'mirvippi, ia a worm. The Susoar waa a aide-wheel /earner of the aerond class,curriedsix gnu, was of fourteen hundred end for- fy-sli tons burden, and wu built at Kltterr, In IMS. Hi If. ROAD TAKEN' UP AND BRIDGES BURNED. The railroad towards Lweburg baa been taken up, a id the iron hsulet) away. Toe if os* ties were all gathered in pii's ami ijred last night, fqiether with a bridge tea* Hooter* If ill ft wu oov grogiug dark, and a bdivy fog prevented a* from seeing but a short dLutac* AXOTHIK PIRATE PFPPXRRD." ■ F.mraite* Mnaaoe. Os» 1« I Via Baltimore, Ocb 17, ISol. y The gun-boat Seminole hu arrived from Was: fg oo. When pissing Xvar snort, above Aquia creek, atm was Arid upon by the rebel batteriee. Four on- ct /arty ehota look ctfict, one nearly earning away h>r n'tz a rut — So one on board was irjortd The Scminoio raiurnrd twenty-ill aheiif,soma of which buret over the rebei i-m- Wry. Tbeg uo-boat Flag ban aent np a vtinhlo pr'M, taken but a abort distance ffl fort Sumter, laden with mo.-taw ee, fruit, Ao. HROWXLOW GUARDS ATTENTIONI A copy of the EvanrvHle (Li.> Jour nil, of the !J tub, oontaius the folioving notice : taowitLOW ocanos, aTtxwnos I MV// fight thm (ill hill fnuu over, and than fight t tm on thf Ut I * The members of tils company will meet ibis (W-dcr*- day) eveuiug at (even •/clock, ai Orescent Ui'y II t.’jio organ st and select (fboer*. Tarn out every mu! Hi prompb L«t us b* prepared to met t fie insolent two that threaten* our boms* and fireside*. TUX YANKEE ARMADA. A gentleman who arrived at Rtltlmo*e yesterday from Old Point, (stye the .Nation 1/ lnt»ll>ainttr of ihs 17.b.) t'a'ee that the navsl flset which left New York 03 Mon- day arrived In Hampton Riada ou Tuesday *ftsrn. on, and created great excftemaat among the iroipi ibeie, owing to the extensive character of ihi eipuuioi A flag of truce came up from Norfolk, but trsu. Wool re- fusel to reoelve It. FROM NEW O&r.SANS. A gentleman named Charles L jng, belonging to Pmla- delphu, who arrived in Cincinnati on Monday mori t g trout ai« uriet'jf, men place ne ten on me am me:., U'prewou *11 tha point* and headland* atoui.d L<kd Poncbertr»in and L'orgne, a* well aa loose of tie L >wrr Mississippi! In the Hands of"the Catted 8 ate* an ho'it*., and that the ptople of New 0 ban* momentari.y «a* peo'eJ a descent, upon the city. He b*<t rts'ded In tlm pl*o> for over four years, ard girea It as b'a opinion ihal a majority of the people would welcome such as enot. THK SECRETAK> OF WaR IN MldcGCRI. The W**hU,gu>n oorteapoulait of the New YoikTri* t ana, writing from tbit city und.r dale of the 14 o toe;., ,'evi: ‘•Official ad vies* bare been rcoeired here to the (tt-oi that the Spore pry of War returned to Ht Lou * las: Light !iw bia rls(t to Gen. Fremont. Rumor* followed him hat, while at Tiptoo, he dd.vered to Gen. Freoout aa order from U«u 8.'Ott dirou.I,|j I,tut to Mirrcuue* bid com need to theolljttr neit to bloi ia authority—comely, to Msj >r Gen. Hunter—and to report by letter to Wt»h- iogtoi Bill the rumor la not wall founded. When toe Osblnrt i* fully advised of the laota of 11 n fundi.’* miliftry adaiioiatr* Ioj, fl-»l a-lieu upon Lis dee aiU promptly be taken. Gn. F.niuoat U- 40 tAW jut ia and arocod Tiptoo. He cannot oiore them tbiugu, for want of transports Ion and porsiou, Wikt hi* an* I re command y ha< 10,000 troop*. “Before Laauig St. Lcui* iLL, morning the 8toretary of War, by letter, ordeied G n Fremont to dlacomin'ie, as uonactrsiry, hi* h,M wotka *iounJ the city, and that ■hi h be Is ereeiing at Jegrraun City; to suspend work oa the B irraeka be ia bulllirg pear bta residence fGr ht* budy guard of three hundred cavalry, and ordered bun to <w* ploy all the money in the bindi cf (ho d'llmnstr.g tjt. cer* to the paju’ent ol the current exp. brrs ot bis army In Missouri, and to 1st all bia debts in 3. Louis, amounting to #4.AO» 000, remain unpaid until thry e»u U properly eiamined and sent to Washington lor settlemen:. He also crJortd that tha d.-ibcraug ■ ffl, car* should dbnurse their focdi, and not iranaftr Jam to lrrrepooaible agents—persora who do not b«|l oommietiooe from the Pr., and are not nnder hour cad he fir the r ordered that hereafter all conr.el* motaeary to be made be made by the regrj*/ disburcieg officer of theermy. Gen, £. wai ,.l*n j that payment would sol be made to office »jp oted by him. It is said mare are onr two hundred „t mem whose commUaion* do not baar the Pre* dan. a gntiuro, and that Pay mar ay Andrew. hu been yer^ail. i,. auu.t- ed not to make inch payments. Special etjep ion c c made in favor of fleer* of volunteers Tha ombei of fori* plan led by Gaa. Fremont fur the defeace of ot. Lou.* b s.’evei ,u mociis ntoors raox sxah. Major Oleary, Qisrtermaster U l ed Stated Army, r ached thla citv on Tin. lay uigt t, (mm C.*In ad. vauoe of a ootu dfrail# t>ody of rt-g.ilsr* mttL ry, c«v* airy, tod snidery — r.ow ou the way here Iiom tmie — H« left them at St Joseph, RissMirl. hJ^APITmiA.—To nil (UrwofTiuBMoV^UMt!. XaWastttsssKBi’.rss cseWiSfaiaig; JLAriN w. raipolfb, m m* atrtU M« Mr *■*», yllih! sarAi of all eaalnna. ocSi • ‘Si*** •**“-*<1 *•» 1^litjSSka^4m^ J a,“:. "..iaft\l jfct I

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