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Fremont Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1861, Fremont, OhioA re the War new. Fremont Ohio. Itaro Xuc. Subz Jim. Holt a. Prw�y7�0r a devote urge portion of or Poper this Lmh Toum War now which to unusually in i lifting 11 to no cml to Oto on Iho in of a upon to 14th Mississippi Reg moot not received their Ira it thirty Rod and re a tend it with their pistol and fall Book la order bringing i on Pri of a. A have Mil Pamo Mion of lira Vii Groat conflict. Which i now lab town take Peloro a Edward forty. Additions. Imi a a ,. T. I gun non woo wan in fort of raw in my i Reinl Ilao aay rel. Tim aces jul which we publish count ony. Up to 3 o clock to a. Two Ara but la Prland to Iho great Bolt Ira Den. had held i own 0 that my Long at to Torr a Artero Hall of Otillio a patriotic mooting will be Hilj at Buckeye Hall to borrow saturday atoning by order of to county military several and Dreeana will be made. Alta Ibe program of to 7 2d regiment will by reported. Lei the hell be filled. Tip Rinan Pra of Iko War. The Hon. Jarona Dickson in in eloquent nod patriotic speech delivered at the Union Mealing in Hartford Dwalt upon the ability of the country to Apalain the cd Peanea of Iho War and upon Iho Security which the National loan offered a an iras Trent. On tia Point be said look at England. You Aav our Ospe Naea Are Large and to they Are. Some estimate which a think null be fought in the neat Tow Day the War la Virginia. Baltimore oct. I gentleman who no Iho Bola of yesterday at Harper _ Iya that the account published there of the fight on wed needed Era in the mein Correct. The Cannon captured i a Fine new siege gun Well mounted and in Good order with the exception of a fracture Bovo the Alloa. During the night it wag stationed near the abutment of the Grid spen Fen and when it wits a ont being retaken the rebels a ten Penny Nail was driven which Haa already been drawn out the Rhode Island Battery did not participate in the fight. They were stationed on Iho Maryland rights and found in impossible to discriminate in the distance Between Friend and foe. The fight lasted from 8 a. M. To 2 p. M. It was a regular skirmish with varying a a new of a Mij . Own a a a my 1 results the rebels when Bard pressed re Tho 111 at one million of Dolera a Day. Rut1 treating into lha Woods and at other limes what were to sex phrases of England during the War with Napoleon i from 1803 to 1810, with Loas than eighteen millions inhabitants her expenses were one million three Hundred thousand a Day for a period of thirteen years. For one Hundred Days previous to to Battle of Waterloo her expenses worn five millions of dollars a Day. Of this vast sum a Large proportion was expanded on the continent of Europe while on entire expenditure is at Home. If for thirteen years England could expend one million three Hundred thousand dollars a Day abroad cannot we do it for one or two years if Necota Aaryn every Dollar meanwhile remaining at Home. I overeat therefore no less than patriotism requires us to subscribe for to loan. Driving the Federal troops Back into Oliver to main Figol being beyond that town 00 the Road to cd Arlelon. At s o clock col. Deary advanced with three pieces of Cannon which soon silenced Iho guns of Iho Ono Ray patting hie entire Force to flight. A chaplain of the rebel who was taken prisoner eats that before to was captured 87 killed and wounded bad been carried from the bold. There was nothing poem Lively known a to col. Ashley s being Kil led. In was not _ officer supposed to generally credited. An get him was shot during to final Retreat of the enemy. The fed Oral troops remained on the Field All wednesday night and yesterday morning having brought across the River the remainder of 10,000 bushels of wheat captured from to rebel militia department which they a it about transporting to Leesburg. An order was Given for the whole Force to retire to to Maryland Side. There is no news from there this morning As to whether the threat of the rebels was carried out or not. The River is still Loo High to Ford and Iho troops Scro conveyed across in shows. Tho prisoners and Mil that their Force was 2,000, whilst Tho Bolo of Coral Force was 400. Large armies. In is not gon rally known says Iho new York Slaats Zeitung that Toro is it now concentrated on the a Oren of the Potomac a larger body of troops than Haa Ever been congregated to modern times except in Tho Battle of Clipsie. Neither Gustav us Adolphus nor Frederick Tho great nor Washington Wellington nor Scott had Over under his immediate command anything Liko to number which is now under the command al i a taken place in liar of Geo Mcclellan. Frederick Tho great ferry no the Brive a a a a o a. Never led into the Field More than 80,000 or rnprew.nl0<i a a mo8l ,1 >im1 a Hock a a s. _. V a 11 wars Onsi Sirtl a ing ruin is everywhere visible and the inhabitants Are rowed Down with sorrow. Baltimore oct. 19.�?a gentleman direct from Harper s ferry announces that the rebels again appeared on Linden Aud Bolivar Heights this morning and renewed to attack on to Union forces tinder major Gould with artillery. Major Gould fired upon them with can Stor from lira Colum Biad which was captured on tuesday and drove them Back but not until the vandals had burned lilo Mill of a. Ii. Herr esq., ,. A a v____1______and look the Miller prisoner who Hoy fought with frenchmen a to the in Bluc Bor and Wellington. By the Battle in of g ,000 bushels of wheat of Clipsie set in motion a Gigantic army of ,.a ,.1 time but i great Battles wore fought woo with bodies of troops ranging boat a and woo with bodies of troops ranging tween 80,000 and 00,000. Napoleon at Atu Lerlin vanquished with 80,000 men to United russian Aud austrian a mics counting 100,000 men. At jons and auers Ladt there were 130,000 men under the command of the emperor of this French. To Battle of Wagram was fought with 150,000 men against the austrian and in Tho equally celebrated Battlo al Borodino about 120,-Ed to Ibe huge of Waterloo was 000 frenchmen were Aiana. The decisive Bat Clipsie sol in motion a Gigantic 500,000 men Napoleon having under his command about 200,000, and the United forces of Russia Austria and Prussia about 200,000. In will appear from this compar a son that to armies which Are conf Onlin each other on the Potomac Scro exceed in number Only by those vast armies which on the Plains of Leipsic decided lha Fate of Europe ing m3 there though his comparatively Small Force on Tho Island is engaged with some 4,000 of to a Netty. A Lubs Cuenl dispatch received late this afternoon Saya Geu. Evan has four hold Piscos and Throe Pieta masked and about 0f uns pistols 4000 men. A prisoner Takon mention that to Haa 4000 rebel troops and expo cat reinforcements. Jen. Stone at that he would occupy Leesburg to Day and hold it Washington october 22. Reliable accounts from Tho upper Polo Mac this Forenoon state that on troops bad returned to their position in far bettor order than was anticipated and Bald to vir Gina Sido of Tho Potomac. Went autos oct?22d.�?tbo Washington Star s description of Tho fight at Edwards ferry says both wings were attached a Early As 0 a. A but the in nov we repulsed be Raver be appeared. At about 6 p. M. To right Wing found itself confronted by 4,000 of the enemy under Gen. Evans with artillery. Col Baker gallantly essayed the charge in which he was killed. The officer loft in command immediately ordered the men to fall Hack near the River Hank whore they could to supported by Gen. Stone and lira portions of the army that had at that Lime effected a crossing. The men obeyed in Good order Dairying off All Tho dead and wounded. On re acini Wing turn Wisl Ike us sirs Olibe aug cult people think. A letter from an american in Londonio the new York my thodies contains this Pas aage Quot the a Saosi Tea great Middle class the vast body of religious people in England a Are i believe with us heart and soul. It is inra these cons sea have Little not Ifica Power in the Ordinary and Pesco Fui working of the British Constitution. In quiet time a few aristocratic Tamilea govern Iho country pretty much a they please. But whenever a great crisis comes and the Middle class is thoroughly Rojasd it move Moul is Majestic and overwhelming. The free Trade str Ngalo and the anti slavery struggle Are Case in Point. Shold to aristocratic party in England be impelled by its hatred or its fear of Republican institution to commit Tho Gorora Meni to a decided policy against be United Stales such a the breaking of the blockade or Tho Hocog nation of the aware confederacy you May look for another movement of the British Pec pit a grand and Majestic a the two notable ones to which i have a Dusx Tubo Corta Pood enl of icon. Timet draws a gloomy picture of lha condition of Tho country Between Tho Chain Bridge and Lewisville and of the ruin in which Tho retreating rebels left in. After describing the general desolation he say being brought there to grind. The firing there was progressing when our informant left and women Ard children Scro fleeing in great horror a a Ibe Maryland Shore to anticipation of the town being burned. In Jar Gould was throwing shot and Shell from the Maryland Heights after the rebels and was confident that be could keep them off until would reach him. Col. Geary s wound is Only a slight Cut in Tho calf of Lite leg caused from the no the position selected Tho right of though under the Firo of Tho enemy which gradually slackened until Midnight when it Censed. Throughout to night the balance of general Stone s Force crossed Tho River and throw no temporary works that Render his position secure and enabled him to protect the crossing of the division of general Banks Lobo essayed this morning. The object of general stones movement a a to enable his comm am with general rank i division to be safely transferred to Virginia. Philadelphia oct. 22.�?information received hero by private letter Esti Tanto the Loaa in killed and wounded at Edward s ferry at 175. Gen. Guatave a. Smith commanded to rebels and a Privato dispatch asserts he was shot from i horse and carried of Tho Field. Gen. Banks with Hia comm and is now supporting Gen. Store and being a major cueral is in full command. Oin. Mcclellan left for Gen. Banka head Quarter in the Field this morning. It i n subject of regret that col. Baker should have engaged the enemy when according to report How a ordered to make Only with atrial instruction if attacked to fall Back and not fight. Col. Baker made his will on saturday last and deposited it with col Webb and when a left for the Field to said to Tho latter Quot i shall participate in Battlo within forty eight hours. If i should fell i request that you Tako charge of by Washington october 23. A far a can be a Harocd Haa been no farther fighting at Edward s ferry. Information received tuba far is not entirely entitled to Cro Dunco. Gov. Bank is now on Tbs Virginia Side commanding in person. Paniere of Izaj. Wright s cavalry and about four Hundred rebels previously reported the latter Loat sixty two killed twelve wounded four mortally and thirty six taken prisoner. Wrights Iona was one killed. Jimos Corr oct. 20.�?special to st. Louis Democrat maj. Wiloa of rite 1st Missouri Sacoula arrived Here to Day on the Steamer Sion City anti report that on the i flt 150 of the regiment under major White surprised the rebel Garrison at Lexington and recaptured lha place and All Tho sick and wounded together with a Quantity of other articles which Tho rebels throw away in their flight. Two Pio Potof Cannon which Scro in to fort were to captured. The 8iotix City brought Down about 100 of our pick and wounded among them cola. White and Grover who Are slowly to covering. The rebel Garrison numbered 300. The condition of Lexington is represented As deplorable portions of Tho town having been stripped of everything and Many of the inhabitants Are actually suffering for the necessaries of life. The pickets at tango Bridge were fired on last night and matters Are to Kowhal unsettled in Callaway county. A rebel company is being recruited in st. Auberta. Work on to fortifications Baa not been suspended and no order to that effect was Ever issued. Syracuse mo., oct. 20.�?it in reported that acting brigadier general Wyman who left Rolla several Days Sinoto with about Almut 2,500 men Haa arrived at Linn Creek a Uraro to diaper of a body of rebels killing a considerable number and taking Over two Lei Drod prisoners and capturing eighteen Wagon Loada of goods belonging to Mcclure amp co., a prominent Union firm whom the rebels bad robbed. Adrice from Gen. Fremont Are to 7 o clock Friday night. He is still at Warsaw to Pontoon Bridge across to Osage was to be finished on saturday. Gen. Siegels division had crossed the River. It was reported in our lamp at Warsaw that Price had been largely reinforced by Mcculloch and that their combined Force wore fortifying Osceolo won they intended to give Fremont Battle. Rolla mo., oct. 23.�?Lieut. Kirby with 15 Root of major Wright s battalion had another fight with 45 Rohls near Linn Creek on the i7tb, killing 6 of them Aud wounding about a Doxon. The result of major Wright March from Holla to lion Creek Gnu to summed up a follows three successful fights in which or rebels were killed about Tho same number wounded 87 pita owners Takon 123 guns 15 horses several Yoko of oxen wagons and Many other articles. Price s army was at Greenfield inst wednesday Mill headed South. Pilot Knob mn., oct. 23.�?Tho following despatch was received Here this morning and forwarded to Bead quarters at st. Louis Field of Battle 1 oct. 23, 1881. \ in conjunction with col. Plummer a command to have routed the rebels of Thompson and Lowe estimated at 6,000. Their Loes was heavy our Small and confined principally to to 1st Indiana in captured 4 heavy gun. Lowe to rebel Leader was killed. Major Gavit tand a Fly a in a a no Kcf car. Lexington ky., oct. 92.�?a courier who arrived at Camp Dick Rohi Noou Early Thi morning reports fighting on the 2lei, Between Zol Trofler and col. Garrard lha latter encamped at Camp wild oat with 1200 men. Zollio Oller made three different attacks during the Day upon the Camp being repulsed each Timo with considerable Loes of killed Aud wounded. Federal Losa 4 killed 20 wounded. Just a tha courier left Camp wild cat the i4lh Ohio regiment and a Fgli of artillery arrived to reinforce col. Zola Rofford had from 2,000 to 7,000 men. A Natl of Wass Niton no. Washington oct. 18.�?private kaon of did a Gallant act Quot Oln nol of the the regular cavalry to Day <1�< in the capture of a rebel c Georgia cavalry whose name i not Given. A looming party met 1 scattered body of rebel trooper in the Vicinity of Fairfax who turned and food. Tho officer being separated front a men Duon rods him 1 Down Ami captured him bringing Bim prisoner to Maten Hill. Washington oct. 1�.�?special to her Aid official intelligence jul from the South aay our Squadron below naw or store Ghoul due new Orleans Anuvir. Fort Mouroe oct. 17.�?Tho Petersburg express Baa additional particular of he affair at new Orlean. It states that Tho Turtle ran against Tho Preble and without firing a gun immediately sinking her the balls from the whole Federal Squadron glancing Carmlo from Bor. Tho tar to thou turned toward two other vessels who got ashore in endeavouring to escape their Crew deserting them. Holly no aay to will to Ablo to capture and bring them both to now Orleans. To Preblo can not be raised a Largo in Tabor of prisoner arms ao., were Takon during the naw Orlean was illuminated on receipt of Tho intelligence. Lean had an Aquadro under engagement with Tho rebel Hollm. Two of our Vaa al got aground and in fored Chui durably but none captured and few Livia lout. Washington oct. 31.�?it is at Atod that Thompson brother banker of new York have made arrange Raoula through to boil agouti Here to dispose of a Large amount of Washington. Oct. 23d.�?tbo a chem of dered Forward by Gen Aion of a Hull. Expo no thing. 1 to is i of i Yea to Bra is one Livin and Hearty too be Law and it la one of the institution Hale iring All Over. It la one of tie institutions of the country indeed it la Quot the he aha on the broken porch and looks As if to the desolation around him. To Don t know Jiuu now where be belongs or to whom. Ilia master is a off there some where a Aud be Quot thinks he s but be does know that for once he is free to go and Como anywhere within to Lineo and bal be gute eur Nib to eat without Baring Quot Berry much to of course i asked him a where lira array of Quot and of your a be a Ewere Quot deed i does t know Day s Dona gone 00, Maesa a bal was Quot a Usu Peaua Dollar Nigger twelve months ago Bat Lika the onus us to Are in he s of no out acre if the Man grows old be will be As worthies a Bis master. Flu Helnn in is. The it Holt i Ruurd and routed rebel outrage at burning Springe. oct. 21. On wednesday night last a a messenger arrived at Elisabeth Wirt county reporting that a party of rebel were committing depredations in the Neighb Odood of burning Springs eight mile distance. Cape Hill of Tho first Virginia cavalry stationed at Elizabeth with forty of his company started in Pursuit of the rebel. When similes beyond Elizabeth was fired into from to Side of a Bill close to to Road by Sevonty five rebels. He returned Tho fire completely routing them killing twelve wounding one and taking five prisoners. Two of Cape. Hill s troops were wounded. On Friday night a Force of 200 rebel attacked Elizabeth but wore repulsed by Cap. Hill with to Aid of a few lome guards but Little damage was Dono on either aide. On saturday night to rebel robbed and burned several Houawa at burning Springs stealing a number of Lio Reea Etc. Capt. Hill a reinforced sunday morning by four to Spanios of infantry from Wheeling under command of Lieut. Col. Richmond. There Aro from three to four Hundred rebels in Wirt county most of we non belong to that and adjoining counties. Col. Richmond is now in Pursuit of them. Lieut. A. A. Lax re. Q m. Thirteenth o. Y., died hero last Friday of typhoid fever. I >1w> Frederick court. Or. Christian and or. Hod Dar of Marion co., Hove bean bound of i a demo each by United trial Blui at Cleveland for treasonable contrary a connection with the Quot Knight of the Tolden the a i Dew against them won Eon Riu Alva. The of eur Are on the truck of our worn Bora of us order Gnu a a. The Proa a private to bar a a red one a a and Mlot Tbs War Kia account with reduced to a tuba a a Ulo at wars a Perry. A Washington october 21. Gen. Stone Croaak d the Potomac ibis morning with Goa position of Hia command at Edward s Fen and the other at Harrison s Island. Skirmishing Bagan Between the enemy in Uncertain number and the part of Gen. Sion a command a Early a 8 o clock in the morning and continued with out much effect until 6 of clock p. Who Large reinforcement appeared non our right which were Eom Mandod Mycol. Baker. The Cairo forces engage were about 1800 and were attacked by a Force supposed to be from 6,000 to 6,000. At tia juncture col. Baker fell at Tea Bead of hie Brigada while Galla Aliy Bee ring on Hia men to the conflict. Immediately before Ira fell be dip etched maj. Young to 1m. Stone to apprise Bim at Leesburg of the condition of affairs and Geu. Stone immediately proceeded to Lake command but in Tho confusion created by the fall of col. Baker the right Wing sue a repeals with considerable i Gaa. Stone reports that the left Wing retired in Good order and will bold the am Roellie thereto. Strong reinforcements will be Seal Forward to Geu. Stone during the to Remato of of. Baker were removed to poo Vilie and will be brought to ibis oily on wednesday. Washington. Ooi. 21.�?the following Lela ram from Gen. Rito no command been received at headquarter a Gallant a made Early my by maj. Mix of Van Allen and capt Stewart Aari atari adj Fruto Edward a Ferre toward. Leesburg with thirty cavalry. Hwy veto Tho movements of Ganaris Stone and Bank Aero Tho Potomac is now established a the enemy did not return to make any further to i Tao to it yesterday. All accounts agree bal our men conducted Ullram Silvoe nobly in Tho affair of even Tho portion of Tho Colomo which received a temporary Check by to do Atli of col. Baker behaved gallantly although opposed by a Force triple their number. To ground thus gained was retained to the undisturbed Possession of our troop All Day Yea Torday. Seoul and parties obtained much Valun Blo information in regard to the enemy. The Bovo fact Aro derived from reliable sources. Dial Alebra to the inquirer say Iho lies mint of col. I taker together with ili Ixo neared with ii Are did to Havo at least 9m0 in ipod and wounded in the late action. Col. Baker it is said in a prominent Mark for the end my a Lille a. He wan struck by a Ball in the heart four in Varina part of the body Aud three in Tho Bond. Cal. In kor when be in killed Prmt on Hont Dwek. And or rated in full uniform. It in said Llinat 100 Miani Leippi Rifle in were aimed it him when he fell. A Tryc Grapoli deep nth from Gen. Mcclellan Redan Uttira a said to Bav been received at the War office at 2 o clock Thi taraday p a. Stating that Leesburg would tie Takon in an Lump. There has teen Sharp fighting in that neighbourhood All Tho morning. It we Iloo Rejeki Teti that men. Ktona and Gen. Banka had cml of the pit Tuise Anil were advancing with 50,000 men on Leesburg. The War in mls Onri. Hudson mo., ocl 20.�?a messenger report that a scouting parly from Cameron numbering 100, taken prisoner by some 000 rebels at Mec Abol Caldwell county. Four Hundred of the Federal Roope at Cameron Ware ready to March to their Rescue won Ilia train left. Another part of from 400 to 600 rebut waa in Carroll county and bad captured 17 of col. Mor Gan a Oran. Morgan had started in Pursuit. Her acute mo., oct. 20.�?maj. Scott of Gen. Siegel s staff from Warsaw yesterday by definite and satisfactory information bail been Reo Vivod at Siegel a Camp that Gen. Pried broke up Bis lamp to Cedar county where he arrived last sunday week and where it is said be would Tutor and give Battle and Coli used Bis Retreat toward tit arkansans line. Leavenworth oct. 21.�?tbo conservative of Tai pity Haa advices that lira town of Humboldt Kansas Haa been totally wanted by from lira Indian Oon try. In i thought probably that the records and Papare of to United state land office were destroyed. Two Hundred a agora and 1,000 Yoke of oxen have been sent to Fremont s 00mmaud within tha past week from this place. Rolla to oct. 30.�?the capture of Linn Creek i confirmed. The place waa surround of on Tho 14th by major Wright s to Ovalor the ammo that touted the rebel near Lebanon and a company of aeon Aioo Iata under Cape. Robert Sod a number of other person were taken prisoners including the sheriff of the Poauty. A rebel Captain and lieu enat were killed to to affair near Lebanon and lion. Col. Soon taken Primo two. A la prisoners Lakan seventy four a number have arrived Here. St. Louts Jot. 20.�?in a Lebanon of Tea 1mb, Between two �0� capt Hyman of Tho Indiana cavalry wore killed in a cd Ergo of a Battery. The command of col. Plummer referred to above a on Friday morning last or a Grant from Cape Girardeau with instructions to Movo toward Frederick town and but off Tho Rotraut of Thompson and logo s army. This Force consisted of Marsh 18lh i. Rog Mont a Section of Taylor Battery and Stow Artand to Herman s companies of cavalry All from Cairo also a part of Plummer s 11 tax Missouri a part of Rosa 21st Illinois and a Section of Campbell s Battery All from Capo Girardeau. Tho Force from this Point in composed of Iho 38lh iii., col. Carlin 33d iii col. Ovoy 211 iii cot. Alexander 8th via col. Murphy 1st Iod cavalry col. Baker Captain Hankin Independent Missouri cavalry and four of Poun Jors and two 24-Poundcrs Cannon under major slip Field of Tho 1st Missouri Light artillery. Before leaving Tho Field the rebel colonel Lowe in shot in the Licad and instantly killed. Major Gavitt received five bullets while leading a charge thirty Yards in Advance of his command capt. Tighman was killed in the Samo charge. Our Iota a reported 5 killed and 5 mortally and 20 slight la wounded. Tho Ever Aye a Lorn a not ascertained but it a supposed to be considerable. At last accounts to rebel wore in full Retreat with their baggage train and on troops in Pursuit. Special to to st. Louis Democrat. Two Rebol surgeons came into Frederick town for col. Lowon a body. They acknowledged a Loaa of Over 200 killed and wound of but it must have been larger. I counted 25 Doad bodies in on stubble their Cannon wore badly managed. Jeff Thompson got information of our More men by capturing n bearer of despatch from col Plummer to col. Carlin. Irons at. Lou i. A Salute of 13 guns waa fired at the Arsenal at noon to Day in reaped to the memory of Tho Cortni Alary general Gibson. Tho rebels who burned the big River Bridge to other Day wore maraud in hands from 81. Genovieve and st. Fran counties numbering about 600. Jeff. Thompson has not been in bal Region for Tomo weeks. Lippincott with 50 men o the 28th Illinois met this Force two mile rap Tara of a dozen or Kooner. The United Stales Steamer Louisiana which Baab con off Chincoteague Island Bat captured a doct schooners which had no clearance papers. On the 6th in to two launches sent to capture a rebel Reasol in Shore were fired upon by a larger Force of rebels and one of our men waa wounded. The Firo was returned and Ono or More rebels killed. Tho shot from to rebel Guni Bernod no Tho Schooner. Tho following is the official report of Tho affair u. 8. Steamer Louisiana Chin Coccagno i lot oct. 6, 1801 this morning at 0 o clock we had a a Harp conflict with the enemy who 300 Strong to Cut off two boat from this vessel and 23 men All told which i had despatched to Tako or destroy a Fino Schooner which i had reason to Boli Evo was was being converted into a Privateer. Fortunately i Lead Gonn in with Tho a Namor at the Samo time it being High tide and was enabled to cover the return of the party. Tho boats after passing through a terrible Firo finally reached to Schooner Bat finding her aground made a breastworks of her and opened a deadly fire which with Tho assistance of a Fow shot from our Long Range gun drove the enemy Back to a Distant cover with Lorn Anil Tho Mats after firing to Schooner returned without further molestation. Acting master fumes intimate the Low of lira rebel to to at least eight in killed and a rounded As to saw that number carried off. Our loss in Ono seriously wounded acting Mastor Hooker and three very slightly. I Havo but Praise to bestow on Elioso engaged in Tho boats for their coolness and Iola Edily Whan assailed by such overpowering Odds. They wore yet some Birco Hundred Yards from the Schooner lion fired upon but they preferred pushing on and returning through it rather than fail in accomplishing their object. During the re Connivance inst night two of their dispatch sloops wore captured. A. Mar rat lieutenant commanding. A Lonum in North Carolina. Tho correspondent of the n. Tribune writes Tea Union sentiment appears to to increasing in lira Interior of Tho state notwithstanding to great Odds the Loyal people Havo to contend Magninat. Or. James Clement a gentleman of wealth and character who resides in Boa Forl county same 50 Milf from hero inform us Ibe other Day that the Union men to a Placo called Long acre in his county to Iho number of 300, refused to recon Nixon to Southern confederacy in any manner whatever and that they were All armed and Able to protect themselves. The stars and stripes Aro to to seen at All time floating proudly Over Tho Loyal beads of Tai Brave band. Similar instance of patriotism Are said to exist in at last half of to to untie of Tho Good old North state. It is ascertained to be n fact that when the news of to capture of fori Hatteras by our forces was announced in tha legislature of this state 83 members sprang to their feel and gave three thundering cheers for Tho Union of our fathers. Ing c1 i Rona Frau out and i Roc. To Indianapolis Sentinel of yesterday say we Are permitted to make Tho following extract from a loiter add csacs to or. Baro Berger of this City. Tho loiter is dated st one of the Missouri towns and contains Tho latent news from a responsible Sou Roc from that Quarter we have seen a i arrived Here yesterday. Boys All glad to see me. Gon. Price is 45 Miles from Hare his Retros is Cut off. We will have a Figol inside of two Weka. To is 42,000 Strong. Fremont a Force Aro about 35,000, with 88 pieces of artillery and about 2,000 cavalry. Yours truly Geo. W. H. below big them info ugh and a River and col by Way throw acting a Toa of seven killed an considerable number wounded. Seven of Bis men were Takon prisoners and several wounded bul Nono killed. In the engagement below i Ron ton on the 17th the rebel Low is known to be 38 killed and wounded and it a believed to be larger a Quita a number Ware carried of Tho Field. To Federal Loaa was tan wooded our mortally. The rebel Force waa about 2,000 Aad believed to a the Advance guard of a much larger body Atno Dia Lanoe below. Officer at Pilot Knob say there were Louisiana Tenne Wao and Arkan Taa regiment among them. Cult woe Ware fleeing from Tea Vicinity yesterday and the troop a Era under Arm expecting to attack. To Slat convention adjourned yesterday subject to a Call from lira governor until the meat ing of the legislature to be held in 1822. A Twenty sex thousand Othon Are required a it Luu Imand the Fedar Larmy now a the Field. It i Alsaiad that Ukiu few Freimont i re be iving Only to Erhuy Ltd of ozeral per aim a he a pay lug so san fiut. Our a set std to Kia private Buai Aam affair Allaire Law a Vaoau. The by. Louis Democrat la late intelligence from Arkansas. The stole Haa out thirteen regiment of twelve months men in Tho con fed Rala service. All the pay the troops hav received Haa been in Arkansas War Bonds and a Good Deal of murmuring waa Hoard among lha soldiers owing to the of this currency Omo writing Home that they would not even Purchase a Chicken with a hateful of tha Bonds. Thro regiments for Throe Yomara service were called upon to re Doz Vouge at Batos Villo and Clarksville. The Call bad been out a month and not a Roan had enlisted yet. A Call was made by the military authorities for All the arms in Tho Possession of the citizens of Jackson count about 450 Goa of All shapes Wero Brough in and Woro Cut out and reconstructed for the mini Ball. Groceries Woro very scarce and code waa Selling at fifty Cento a found and Salt from four to six Dollar per Hugar dear. Tho Cotton crop was Dau Tagad Douai durably by the wet weather dung to latter part of August and to fora of september Cau aug the plantar to Down spirited. To Corn drop waa very an. Hopes were entertained by Many of Tea plantan that England would not recognise lha blockade but a this now seemed improbable some of the most politic were blowing about a reconstruction of the Aioo and i King about a advantage when 00m pared with the present Dap Crabl state of thing. Roa sury notes for Tho government. Washington oct. 21.�?a writ of Abea Corpus waa served Yoa Torday by a City lawyer on behalf of a prisoner on Provost mantra Porter. The District being practically tinder martial Law Tho lawyer was promptly arrested and dial Rich judg i Merrick before whom the writ Wax returnable had been placed under the Munro Illano of the author Tiea and Hia pay stopped. A dispatch was received to Day from general to generans dated fort Hopkine near Gauley Bridge whore he has been in can hid for to inn time. To reports everything quiet. The Rob la it appear Are falling Back from their position and from Tho beet information which can be obtained of their movements they Are concentrated in very Large fora below to co operator with gon. Johnston who has separated from Beauregard. Washington oct. 91.�?the Reliance wont Down to join the flotilla i set night and to Robert Leslie started hitherto Day at noon. Some forty a easels wont Down yesterday and safely posted tha Rebol batteries. A Largo number of shot Scro fired at them but none struck. In is believed the armed Atoa ship or floating Battery now building after the Erricson plan will be completed Long before to other two Are finished. Tho work upon it being of Leas magnitude a Large surplus from Tho sum appropriated by Congress for to purpose remain. Washington oct. 22.�?the Harriet Lane arrived up from Indian Hoad last a Slid report tent new batteries Havo been erected at Mathias Point the fro Oborn and Island Bello in making a recon Oreance at that Point yesterday throw Soma shot Tato the Woods and the fire was returned by some new batteries of 18 heavy gun. Immediately thereupon Tho Woods and underbrush wore cleared away exposing the Bat tories to View. Vessels in passing Aro obliged to hug the Virginia a Boro and Are exposed to a Firo from n distance of some four or five Milca in doubling Tho Point. Judge Merrick to Day sent a letter to his brother judges of Tho circuit court relative to his arrest. Soldier guard him in his own House n prisoner. Washington ocl.23.�?advioos from Bor Muda a Tato he English Fleet there comprised 28 vessels manned by 8,500 men and upwards of 500 guns. Tho French Squadron consisted of 0 steamers 210 guns and will soon to largely increased. On careful it is found that the sum of $400,000 waa sent to England and $400,000 More is to to sent in thirty Days in Sll less than Ono million dollars to Purchase cloths to be in ado up in this Oon try to meet the pressing want of our soldiers in the Field until our own manufacturers can Supply to goods so much needed. To greatest Caro was exorcised in to selection of agents to execute Tho order. In connection with the fact that a sri stated tent the investigating committee appointed by Congress to inquire into All contracts and now in session in st. Louis Havo in their examination discovered great irregularity and Oxtra Ganco in the Public expenditures. I11 View of All the circumstances it in apparent tent lira administration will yield to lira necessity of completely reorganising Tho entire department to accomplish which Gen. Fremont will be trans Furica of to in Rev other duty. To president and Bis constitutional advisers Aro determined that that department of to service shall to managed with porn Dunco so far a they Havo and can sex Reiso to Power to control it while Tho Steps necessary to be taken May affect the standing or position of some Fow individual it is considered bolter that such changes should be made rather than to great in Carciu at stake should Buffer by hesitation or inaction on Tho part of Tho govern Mont. New York oct. 21.�?Tho Richmond enquirer aary the a Sivillo is al ill in Charleston Harbor and that messes. Mason and Slidell did not sail in that vessel. A Pensacola dispatch of the 13th, say a parly consoling of capt. Butler and wife or. Packard Aud wife or. Gillet and others bad escaped to fort Picken. A lady who has just arrived at Philadelphia reports that four of our wounded soldiers were put to death at Harper s ferry by a slow and cruel process such a stabbing them in various parts of the body ill a Small Penknife. The rebels were aided in tirade Acta by a pro shy Torian Clergyman of Harpor a Kerry now residing at . She saw about one Hundred and fifty dead rebels. Rtiz twin fifty million. In Money Circle to Day the chief topic of interest is a general Masting of Tbs associated Banka of this Dir at the american Exchange to Pond Der the policy and profit of assuming at Loco the option of to third $60,000,000 of Tho National loan on three Sears 7.90 per font. Treasury Bond. The ant Are not bound to determine Thi Point until the 1st of december but such is Iho general Confidence entertained in the Bim Pensata i distribution of be entire $160,000,000 of these Bonds and the question of availing of the largest amount if Talero at once a Ion Ibe remaining $60,000,000, induced Iho present conference. Tho meeting appointed a a elect committee of it Mem Bani to Wonfor immediately with the Secretary of Tho Treasury As to the Dato and other details of tia instalment and then adjourned. The practical conclusion from the proceeding is that the Areo crawled Banks of new York in Oon Corl with to Banki of Boston and Philadelphia will on lilo adjust 11 Lent of certain Points of detail with Tho department pass to Tho credit of the Treasury Tho further sum of $50,000,000 making in All $150,000,000 since the 16th of August embracing the entire Issue of 7.30 . To tort. The s Loc Lisain so it Sron awake. Washington oct. 23.�?the Secretary of Tho Navy received a letter to night from ool. Goldsb Rengh dated aboard the Minnesota Hampton Road oct. 21st, giving an Ace Oudt of Tho burning of the ship Thomas Watson on the 15th inat., while attempting to run the blockade and was pursued by 0 of our cruisers and ran on the reef. She had no arms aboard. Tho following is an extract from the Cor a Respondence of the Philadelphia Exchange Tho Steamer Flag was off Charleston on Iho 10th. Yesterday we saw a ship standing in intending to run the blockade. In Gurs nod her. Abo waa run ashore and All ands escaped before overtaking Bor. We boarded her and found her to be the Thos. Watson formerly of Philadelphia Bat now owned in Charleston from Liverpool and Laden with Salt flannel and blankets. Tho latter articles were taken out and the ship fired and nearly consumed when the Vandalia sailed. All Well on the Fleet. Row at Terre haul. Torre haute oct. 21.�?two or three companies of Tho 43d Indiana regiment stationed at Camp Vago in tia City under command of the colonel entered the City Quilly this evening proceeded to Tho office of the journal and Democrat and in a Short time demolished everything. They then proceeded to several houses of ill Fame and served Thorn in the a in manner. Ti10 citizens Are organizing to proceed to Lako Iho Camp. Tinero is Groat excitement. A i 1� a murdered. The kor. Or. Gordon and Hia wife missionaries st error Anga wore brn Lally murdered on Iho 20lh of May by Tho natives. In Opp oars that the measles had been raging among to islands with fearful mortality and Tho natives ascribing Tho Causo of Tho disease to the presence of Tho Whites determined to kill them. On Tho Day above mentioned or. Mordou was lured from Hia House by a native who led him into an ambush when he was suddenly struck with a Tomahawk and Thon backed to mrs. Gordon alarmed by the yell of Tho Savages wont out to see what was to matter and fell into Tho hands of one of Tho parly who instantly killed her. Rock sol or Fleet railed. New York oct. 23.�?Tho Washington Star of Tho 22d, says lha from Annapolis sailed yesterday. In addition to the troops from Annapolis to learn that quite a Many Moro join the expedition at old Point having been 0 fact that payment quietly shipped for this cod from now Lias been suspended on debts created in hie York boy ton and else Bora. Department of to Wol it is Quku it Ehy How to keep find the following directions in Field notes and As they Como from a Grapo grower to presume they no Worth following. In fact we know Tho plan is a Good Ono and probably the Best. The paper should to soft tissue and Tho Wax such As is used to Seal bottle a Bould Ira applied hot handle Tho Bunches Only just is much is will answer Tho purpose. Tho following san the directions of w. E. Spear of Switzer mid county Indiana a Cut to Bunch a carefully off Tho Vinos dip the Stem where Cut into Mellon Wax then wrap with Papor or doth. Put a layer of Cotton on lira Bottom of your Box then or assign 1 part look a Lay i and so on. Then a layer of Cotton it the Box where the gropes will not freeze and they will to kept Good till Cairo iii., ool. 21.�?tba gun boat Conestoga made a Reolon misanes up lha Tao net Rae River yesterday a far a Tea reals Lia. 8i10 reports Strong rebel Force near lilo Tennessee line. 8ha returned ibis of ter noon having stirred two barges loaded with flour destined for la rebel it is re Rod that the Rob is Are in a Strong Force at Blandville. It is also reported that Hardee area a 5000 Strong at Balmont i Ouri. Sivc idioms Siiman st. On to Fob of Urani mtr Nasi the annual a will a Sui in la following hut a new York new Jersey . Massachusetts Illinois Delaware Wisconsin. A lot of 513,500 foreign Blanket for the Sotny Are arriving al new York. They weigh 5 . And not 40c per lb., malting $2 Mush. To new Mats of Kaa awls. To votary of North attorn Virginia Ware in do Eidast to ballot Isis y a a inlay with a they would Bav a now Bute. An earthquake in Maine. C Aliaa my. Oct. 23.�?shock of so earthquake waa distinctly fall Hora it Firo Minuta past eight o clock this Forenoon. There am Sun in Reha Pri Annor confined al fort Lafky rtt. I tems. Thought is lira wind knowledge Tea sail and Mankind the Vesical. Happiness Grunwa st our own Fira id of and la not to he pick<�1 up in a stranger s Garden. Nearly three thousand norwegian have passed through Chicago in two a reeks bound for Iowa and Minnesota. Upwards of 10.000 men mechanics Laborera. Ac., said to be now employed at to i Trouk Lyn Charlestown Philadelphia Washington and Portsmouth Navy Yard. To Largo estimate that to Bav san of the dimension of our army of to put Mac is that of Tow Mill in t i Sionaia journal. It say Mcclellan s army is 310,000 Strong. What glorious world tia would a Ifill its inhabitant could say with Hurak spore s Shepherd a Mir i am a Sirur labourer i earn what i Wear of no Man Hula 11 by no Man s Beppi new glad of other Toon s Good contend with my col or Villiani was not vary favourably impressed with the la Dimof Richmond. He waa Many of them visited to Quarter of in prisoner and spat st them the numb Tea window grating of lha window where they wore confined. Dir our a Vsev ski 1�?"whos that Young gentleman who looked at you solar Wesliy of Quot said s fond husband to i Lucent by married wife. Quot that a my Lal husband dear Quot answered she. Thu right Susn in lira right Placos a hat band st Honra in la 0roning. Quot Mary my Lov this Apple dumpling 1 not half done 1�?�?owell finish ii then my the Post office department has already toiled fifty five million of lha new Etana and a Tunny More will be required to Supply Tho demand for them now on file. Gold Collar Ianul the else Efth f reseat Liny lace Collar worn by dire Are becoming Fash Kamahl. In Paris Hoy coat Only but it a arh. A w Catara Sun temporary Definod a peace meeting to be a a meeting to enter a Ami indignant prot eos be not every Effort innate thaou remnant from being overthrew a. Men. B. K Bailer mad a Ope Aeb at Whir Long inn Vermont on Wod Readar evening lie said that if any foreign nation dared to interfere in ear intestine War we would to Eye dealing with Southern traitors a erring Ruthora. Iker Aloizy and Usu Durly and Abai ild Arm every Loyal my. North and Nouth Zoek end was need sad a until to Naan and its al Rathur Are a Lanula Atad sad the Rush to Baumm world waa taught a salutary Ireton. Thi Aen lament was received with overwhelming plaudits

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