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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
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DISEASFS OF IDIFEWDENOE.
IMO IN KZ TO TWILYR ROOM.
:To Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
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the Reek or Limbo, fArletnran, Pains is
110 , lutne, ,titeetious of the %Mom and Bhuider, Organ*
vib.AasFs, NOTOUs Decity of thePhyliaa
LAtimor, Low Spirits, Conrimion 01 des',
raq itatou oi the Beirl, Timidity, Trembling', D im o n
at s;gtit r.r gidditieso, laease or the Stomach, A &MMus
fhto..l, (F' T or Skin—those terrible Abair
-01 me Head,
de:i arising leue ,nditteretion or Solitary Habits oi
Ywith—thOie dreadful and destructive practises 'which
product owl:Dement debility, render marriage ingot.
, aud deevoy both body and mind.
oubi wen especially who have become the *tints ot
el irY Vice, that dreadful end destructive habit which
iesuoly SWeelks tO an untimely grave thousands o f
yoULig OMB of tho most exalted talent and n brilltant Intel
lect, who might otherwise Cave entranced listening
Snatee with the thundere of eleonence, or waked to ea
tad} tar haul lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, bow
us aware of physical weakness, should immediately eon
,oli In, J.. and be restored to perfect health.
immediately awed and full rigor restored
Be Who places himself ander the care of Dr. J. ma)
religiously condde in his honor sea gentlemen, and eon,
Serail) rely upon his skill as a physician.
sir Officio No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimor..,
,hl., on the left band side going from Baltimore street, 7
Lars Iran the corner. Be particular in observing the
sane or number, or you Will mistake the place. Be m
acular for fynorank Billing Quacks, with false names,
or Paltry Humbug OrrOcates, attracted by the repute
doe of Dr. Johnson, lurk near
Ail hitters must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on thr
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
..eadon, graduate from one of the meal eminent Coßogue
ii itte United :Metes, and the greatest part of wham life
am been spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, bee *treated some of the moat an.
ionishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great ner
vousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, baahfulueas,
with frequent blue h ing, attended sometimes with derange
meat of mind were cured immediately,
MAHN PARHOULIR NOTION.
Dr. J. addresses all those who having Injured them.
selves by -r vete and improper indulgenotes, that secret
and military atilt which value both body and mind, nie•
fitting them for either businessor society.
The,. are some of the sad and melancholy ed onto pro.
doom ov early habits of youth, via : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Paine in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lone or Muenular Power, Palpitation of the Hurt, Dys
,optia, Nervous Irritability Derangement of the Digestive
Matins, G eneral Debility, Symptallas of .".iensomp
ilmittuy, the fearful effects m the °undue mush to
os dreaded :—Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Do
premiton of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion Umbels.
ty, Self -distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, he., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages, can now judge what
li the cause of their decline In health, toeing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a
eifigular appearance about the eyes, cough, and symp•
ce of consumption.
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, In
hired In when alone—a habit frequently learned from
..emcanions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly fell, even when asleep, and if not oared, renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes of his coati.
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched tram
all prospects and enjoyments ol life by the consequences
of 4i:rating from too path of nature, and indulging in a
whim secret habit. .51u ih persons must, before motets.
Mot that a sound mind and body are the moat necessary
requisite! to promote Connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
wed becomes shadowed with despite, and filled with the
melietholy relleutloe that the happiness of mother be.
fames blighted with our owe
DR. JONNSON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR OA:
By this great Uhl important remedy, Weakness of MP
reams are speedily cured, and fell vigor restored.
Zbensande Cl the mast nervous and debilitated Who
had teat alt hope, hwe been immediately relieved. All
imiamimente to Marriage Physical or Mental Dinguslig.
'eon, Nervoua, Trembling, Weakness or itchaustion or
the most fearful kind, speedily cured.
'Die many thousands cured at this Instintion Within thi
tan twelve years, and the numerous important Surgical
operations portormed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porter,, er the papers, and many other persons, nOtlema 01
which have appeared again aad again before the public,
besides Me Vending as a rentlatnalt of el:wader end re.
ownsieility, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
DlSlieiSitB OF IMPREIDENCK—When the MISIIMidea
and imprudent votary of pleaeure finds he has imbibed
the seeds of Ihte painful diaease, it toe often happen s that
so ilkimed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying to those who, from education and re •
speetabilly can atone befriend him, delaying till the con -
stitutieuel symptoms of this horrid disease make their
aPP o uooce, effecting the head, throat, nose, skin, no..
programing at with frightful rapidity, till death puts a
period to hie dreadiul colorings by sending him to "that
bourne from whence iso traveler returne." It he met
ineholy fact that thousands victims to Ihie terrible
sesame owing to the uuskllthlness of Ignorant pretend.
ars. will), by the use of that deadly prison, weerMarY t rats
tleTu .• constitution and make the residue of fife miserable.
Skeenenee.—The Decter's Diplomas hang in hie
nirtellere moat contain a Stunt to es ou the reply.
/ 1 4 - Remedies sent by Mall,
ek-No. 1 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
All Work Promised in One Week
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISEMENT,
104 Market Street between 4thmut ba,
XIV['ERE every description of Ladies'
%Ild Geottemens Garments, Piece Goods, Sc., ar t
finished la the VlDeirinzeralsod
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
le On Y onlcE, corner of Third Cyr or Black.
tear ileree Hotel.
' 4l4 ber or all kinds and goatlike, hr sale by
Jee Th in vt iii•hX Rilleell Horses, Carriagairand bar.
44 coalition to hirel t the ant cage
ID. W. .:iroes & (la.,
D W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE•
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to _our assortment of
goods all such 'articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your atention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, OHEIGOALS d; PAINTS,
Dye Stuffs, Glass and Putty,
Artlia Colors and Toots,
Pure Ground Spleen,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine 01ls,
Bottles. Vials and Lamm Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
&0., dm, ao., &a., &0., &0., &o
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
Lamers of Europe and this country.
Being very large .dealers is
PAINTS, WRITE LEAD,
LINSEED OE, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN Arl, THEIR VARIETIBEI,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS.
2 : 4' 7 R
We reapeotfaily invite a call, feeling, oonfl
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
TEETH I TEETH !I
0)4 4:,10 )17,:s v y:42 . 43;70:7.0 :4 'll4 'pi ron
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
RESTORATI V .li2
Of 'include, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Oonoantrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
PRAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS
GOAL 01111 CARBON OIL 11
Being lame purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer inducements to close buyers. Coal 011
lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to, burn
oee of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDEBB a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived keen the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long ex patience in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberel patronage bestowe
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a continuance of the favor of a &Grim- .
AUGUSTINE L. CHAVNE.
OARPENTER AND BUILDER.
itiiidomos No. 27 North &mod Sao*.
AT MICD TO
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1861.
A NEW MILITARY WORK,
AND. FOB SALE AT
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET,
Major General MoClellan's Works.
rrHE ARMIES OF EUROPE : comprising dea
-1 criptiol?s in detail of the Military Systems
of England, France, Russia, Prussia, Austria,
and Sardinia, Adapting their advantages to all
arms of the United States Service. Embody
ing the Report of Observations in Europe dur
ing the Crimean War, as Military Commission
er from the United States Government in 1865
+56. By Cm. B. MoastrAN, Major-General U.
8. Army. Originally published under the
direction of the War Department, by order of
Congress. 1 vol. Bvo. Illustrated with a fine
steel Portrait and several hundred Engravings.
This most interesting volume, prepared with
great labor by General hicatatusx, from copi
ous notes taken during hie tour of observation
in Europe, under orders from the War Depart
ment, Opens to the reader much of his own
military history and culture. Here will be
found his matured views on subjects of imme
diate and absorbing interests, and the noble
and bold suggestions contained herein he is
now position to realize, and is, in fact, every
day applying in practice. The book is a strik
ing prophecy, of which his present position and
his assured fame are the bright fulfilment.
REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR
THE FIELD SERVICE OF THE U. S. CAVAL
RY IN TIME OF WAR. By clso. B. MoCr.sr,
Lex, Major-General U. S. Army. To which is
added, the Basis of Instruction for/the ll' S.
Cavalry, from the authorized Tactics, including
the formation of regiments and squadrons, the
duties and poste of officers, lessons in the train
ing use of the horse, illustrated by numerous
diagrams, with the signals and calls now in
use ; also, instructions for officers and non
commissioned officers on outpost and patrol
duty. With a drill for the use of cavalry as
skirmishers, mounted and dismounted 1 vol.
12mo. Fully illustrated. $2.
JOHN WALLOWER, JR., Agt.
GENERAL FORW ARDING
GOODS AND MERCHANDISE promptly
lbrwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads
HAULING AND DRAPING to and from all palls of the
city to the different Railroad depots will be done•at the
• rioweet rates.
FAMILIIIS removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders oft at Brant's European Hotel, or at the store
of IL S.Zollinger will reeelve premot attention. Con
signments of freight respsetfully solicited.
JOSS NALLONIIR JR., Agt.,
ap2 °Moe Reading Depot.
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, (SHELL'SIROW,)
Residence, Chestnut street near Fourth.
CITY OF HARRISBURG, ?ENN'A,
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
0 0 ILMIUSBURG, PA.
. H. LEE ,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARASOLS and ' , TALKING CANES, will furnish
goods at LOWER PRICES than can be bought in any of
the Eastern cities. Country merchants will do well to
call and examine prices and quality, and convince them
selves of this that. aug23-dly.
TREES I TREES 1 ! TREES ! !
THE undersigned invite attention to their
large and well grown stook of
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs, &0., embracing a large and complete assortment
APPLES, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMB,
ClUtltitlEi, APRICOTS, and NECTARINES,
Standard [or the Orchard, and Dwarf for the garden.
ENGLISH WALNUTS, SPANISH CHESNUTS, HAZLE.
NUTS, &e._ RASRERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, CURRANTS
and GOUSE,BERRIES, in great variety.
GRAPES, OF CHOICEST KINDS
ASPARAGUS, RHUBARB, Are., Am. Also a flue stook o
welt formed, bushy
suitable for the Cemetry and lawn.
for street planting, and a general assortment of
Ornamental Trees and Flowering Shrulbs.
ROBES of choice varieties, CA taEry,IAS, BEDDING
Oar wok a remarkably thrifty and fine, and we offer
ft at prices to snit the times.
Afir-Oatalogoes mailed to all applicants.
Address EDWARD J. EVANS A CO.,
Central Nurseries, York, Pa.
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inorrown, WATBONTOW; MILTON, Lawman*,
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BURG, HALIVAIIk DAIMON,
The. Philadelphia Depot being centrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods entrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the
FREED, WARD & FREED, No. 811 Nark et Sleet, Pills
delphis, by 6 o'clock P. IL, will be , cinlivered in
ilarrlsburg tho next morning. •
Freight (always) as low as by any other line.
Particular attention paid by this line to prompt and
Speedy delivery of alt Harrisburg aoods.
The undersigned thankful for past patron go hopes by
I strict attention to business; to merit a oont , nuance of the
same. T. PHIPHErik
Philadelphia and Handle 4 epot.
Fara Vol Market Street Harrisburg.
TO FARMERS I
BiTSR (good, sweet and fresh) in one
pound rolls„ and fresh EGGS to large and small
quantities taken at an times mid cash pal d or groceries
given in =clump. Regular market rates always paid
WA[. DOCK, JR., & CO.
sue& Opposite the Court Roue.
INDIA RUBBER.; 'BUFFALO HORN,
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BY TELE PH.
The Transportation of Govemment
Stirring Times on the Lower Potomac.
TEE PAGE 13111.14 LED ,BY storms
Presentation of a Sword to General
THE REBEL BATTERIES ON
A SHELL THROWN INTO A CAMP ON
THE MARYLAND SHORE.
THE STEAMER POWHATTAN RUNS THE
WASHINGTON, Nor. 2
The Washington Branch of the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad is now delivering in Wash
ington a thousand tons of government freight
daily, whilst the same time the mod is not work_
ed to its most capacity. It is said that arrange
ments are about being made for the laying of
a double track from Washington:to Annapolis—
the latter city to be made a depot.
A sufficient quantity of forage for the use of
the government is now being forwarded from
Baltimore. The exertions of Gen. Vanvliet
and Col. Jugal Is making ample arrangements
for transportation of supplies, are properly ap
preciated, being deserving of credit.
Business generally in this city is brisk beyond
any former period. The Government's demand
upon the 'Railroad and the blockade of the Po
tomac, however, occasion delayS in the prompt
receipt of supplies on private account. Hotels
and private boarding houses are making exten
sive arrangements for the accommodation of
visitors during the approaching session of Con
The sealed envelope having been placed at
the same piice as the old style =ruled envelope
by the post office department, is coming into
general use. All the returns show its great
popularity. A part from its advantage to cor
respondents in enabling the address to be even
ly written, postmasters have preserved to them
ample space in which to affix the post mark.
Besides the department is satisfied that the
ruled can not be as easily counterfeited as the
former style of envelope.
A committee of the City Councils of Philadel
phia, Stephen Benton Chairman, waited on
Major Gen. McClellan at his residence this
evening, and presented him with a magnificent
sword, the gift of that city. Gen. McClellan in
the course of his reply to the presentation speech
said he received the sword not for what he had
done but for what he hoped to do. All that
was necessary was patience and confidence and
victory would eventually be ours.
General McClellan will continue in actual
command of the army of the Potomac.
Yesterday afternoon a shell was thrown from
the Virginia shore, striking the tent of Lieut.
Brown, who has command of battery G, First
Pennsylvania artillery, at Difficult creek, near
Edward's Ferry. One of the persons in the
tent was wounded slightly on the arm by the
explosion. The shell is supposed to have been
from a light battery.
The steamer Powhatten arrived at the navy
yard this morning, hiving run the blockade
last night. She has been at Annapolis for some
time past and left there on Monday last. Since
Tuesday she has been with the flotilla on the
lower Potomac and last night started up, run
past the confederate batteries in the darkness,
although the enemy evidently heard her and
lights were run out and signals made. The
pilot of Powhattan, who knows the river thor
oughly, says that any vessels might have passed
the confederate batteries last night without in
curring any risk from the batteries.
The steamer Baltimore is used to convey
stores from Old Point to the flotilla below the
rebel batteries, and was at Wad's Bay last night
When the Powhattan came up. Four sloops, a
Jersey schooner and a rangy came down past
the batteries yesterday early in the afternoon.
They with one exception took a course through
the Swash channel next the Maryland shore,
and although the confederates wasted a large
quantity of ammunition in firing at them none
of them were struck. One of the sloops, com
manded by a German, kept close along the
Virginia shore running the gauntlet of the con
federate batteries and escaped unharmed from
the hehvy fire aimed at it. Thirty or forty
shells were thrown from the confederate batte
ries over to our entrenchments on the Maryland
shore yesterday, but they did not impede the
progress of the work. Some of our thirty-two
pounders answered with three or four rounds,
but it is not known whether our shots reached.
A terribly cold rain storm has prevailed here
for twenty-four hours, raising the river to such
a degree that boats cannot run.
The salary of Judge Merrick, of the Circuit
Court, now under arrest, has waged, under an
Seatetary Seward has mauled to pay the beck
salary of the , rebel Charles J. selm, late United
States Consul at Havana,
It is not true that the Secretary of the Treas
ury has - Made any discrimination in the tax on
green and black teas.
Edward Miller, of the Twelfth Pennsylvania
Regiment; is dead
Ncws from the •• Lower Potomac reached here
to-day of an interesting character.
Test night a field battik' attached to the bri
gade of Gem Sickles, fired - -from the Maryland
shoreon the rebel steamer George Page, lying in
Quanta) Creek, two Milts off. Several shells
exploded over her, and one hit her; causing a
speedy evacuation of her crew.
The rebel batteries on the , Virginia side
turned the lire briskly, thrmingshot• and shell
clear to the Maryland shore, but no damage is
Yesterday the rebels opened a new battery on
the river, and celebrated the raising of two
mammoth rebel flags.
From Gem Bann Column.
MOVEMENTS OF THE REBELS.
FLAG Of TRUO TO REBEL GEN. EVANS.
The Rebels Reported to be in a seedy
and Tattered :Condition,
They Hope the War May Soori 1:43
DABRiaroww, Nov. 8
At Edward's and Conrad's ferries yesterday
an remained quiet. A day or two ago a large
encampment of Confederates was pitched near
the villa of Hon. Thomas Swan, former Mayor
of Baltimore, but on the following miming it
had disappeared. Mr. SWan's residence is near
Leesburg and in full view of Edward's Ferry,
and from its tower can be observed 'every
strafed° point for many miles. It is not un
likely that it haslong beenUm( by Confederates
as an observatory.
Yesterday Gen. Stone sent a flag of truce over
to Edward's Ferry to Gen. Evans of the Con
whose present headquarters are at a
house in eight of the Ferry. The messenger
carried a letter, the purport of which is un
known, but probably had reference to the pris
oners or dead of Ball's Bluff. About four in the
afternoon our messengers returned and received
an answer from Gen. Evans. They represent
that the confederates who met them were in a
very seedy and tattered condition, and ex
pressed a fervent hope that the war might soon
Lieutenant Colonel Harrison,of the Twenty
seventh Indiana has been compelled by domes
tic affliction to tender his resignation which has
been accepted. He was highly esteemed, both
as a gentlemen and a soldier, by his brother of
ficers and the whole regiment. The leave
taking yesterday was very affecting. Captain
Morrison of company A has, been spoken of as
likely to succeed Colonel. Harrison.
If all persons corresponding with General
Banks' division, would address their letters via
Washington, it will ensure a safer carriage and
facilitate greatly the heavy mail operations in
Gov. 'Blair of Michigan returned to Washing
ton yosterday, after having visited the troops
from his State in Gen. Stone's division.
NEWS FROM TEE FLEET
A vessel arrived here this afternoon which
reports having passed the great fleet off Hatteras
on Wednesday night, when the weather was re
markably fine, the vessels were moving finely.
The storm commenced this side of Hatteras,
and the captain thinks the vessels have had a
fine trip to the southward, and that they es
caped the storm.
The report sent you last night about the fleet
was not quite correct. The fleet was passed off
Hatteras about daylight on Wednesday morn
ing, and not at night as first stated. The report
is made by Capt. Hall, of the British schooner
Jas. Butler, from Tark's Island. The captain
of course knew nothing about the expedition,
but reports that about daylight, as stated above,
he passed a large fleet, men-of-war among
them, under close roof. The weather was very
pleasant. He had experienced a blow the day
From Fortress Monroe
No News from the
Folmnsi MONROE, Nov. 2
No intelligence of the great expedition has
yet arrived. It is supposed that it yesterday
reached its destination. A terrific gale has pre
vailed since last evening, but no apprehensions
are felt for the safety of the fleet.
A flag of truce will go to Norfolk to-morrow,
and some news concerning the expedition will
probably be received.
The steamer George Peabody arrived from
New York this morning to join the expedition,
loaded with stores mid beef battle. Her ulti
mate destination was Key West and the Tortu
gas. She went aahore on Hampton bar, but
will probably be got off to-night.
GEN. scow AT F.r.r7ABLTECTOWN.
Naw-Yosn, Nov. 8.
Gen.Eoott •stopped last-night,st. Elizabeth,
t(egt at 'lda soots residence. Ellsetaff and, the
lest of the Kozapnyciunsintel4oe York.. •
LATER FROM EUROPE
Arrival of the Steamer New York.
THE AMERICAN QUESTION-
ENGLAND AND •
Change of the Tone of the London
AEON:LER LETTER FROM DR. RUSSEL
AFFAIRS IN minx
The steamer City of New York arrived about
11 o'clock UAL; morning from Livernpool with
dates to the 23d tilt., by telegraph via Queens
town to the 24th.
GREAT BRITAIN.—The London Times in an
editorial on the efforts of a class in Lancashire
to induce the British government to interfere In
American affairs and break the blockade, says
that England would rather undergo much suf
fering than break the plain rules of international
law. She has recognized the blockade and must
abide by it. To break it would disgrace and
stain the reputation of England. England will
not commit such an act to save her greatest
The 2Emea, however, says that the blockade
is nob everywhere effectual, and it reminds the
Washington Government that it is only a real
blockade that can call for recognition. The ar
tide concludes by saying that it would ill be
come England to be the tool of southern ma
'cbinations, the leaders in which, by withhold
ing cotton, count on compelling foreign nations
to take their side in the quarrel.
The Shipping Gazette continues to denounce
the conduct of the blockade and the wrongs
dope to British ships. It says that some action
on the part of the British government is becom
Dr. Russell in his last letter to the London
Ties asserts that England and the United States
were all but at war three months since. The
2imespoint to all bat the independent opera
tions in Missouri and Kentucky to show the
impracticable nature of the war.
A company has been formally inaugurated
for restoring the telegraph to India.
Faattea.--It is reported that France has sent
an answer to the Italian proposition on the
ROman question to the effect that financial dif
ficulties in France prevents, at present, a solu
tion of the question.
The return of the Bank of France continues
to excite uneasiness. It is reported that twenty
millions of francs have been lost in specie since
the last statement. It is asserted that the panic
relative to the French wheat crop is premature
IND/A.—The Bombay mail of September 27th,
brings Calcutta telegrams to the 45th. Cotton
imports were active and advancing in both
markets. The weather was good for crops. A
medium yield of cotton was anticipated in the
northwest. The Bombay (kale asserts that in
another year England need only look to India
Timm, Oct. 28.—A decree issued abolishes
the lientenantcy of Naples and the separate
government of Tummy.
Tiram, Oct. 24.—A band of brigands insulted
the French Vice consul at Consignola and Filar
ged, his residence.
BALl:atom, Nov. 2
Pears, Oct 24.—The interest in treasury
bills has been raised to 110 five per cent.
LONDON,Oct. 24.—G00d bills were readily
discounte yesterday at three per cent., and in
some instances at three and three fourths per
cent. Business at the bank was at a stand
still. There is no apl*rent mitigation of the
financial crisis at Paris. It is rumored that the
bullion in the bank of France has decreased
£1,200,000 since the last return, and an imme
diate raise in the rate of discount was in con.
BALM:MOBS, Nov. 3
Arrival of the Steamship Northern
The steamship Northern Light from Aspin
wall has arrived, bringing $8,78,000 in • gold
from San Francisco. The Northern Light
brings Panama dates to the 24th of October.
The news from the Isthmus is not important
In consequence of a British subject getting into
difficulty by meddling with the political trou
bles at Bogota, the British Minister had issued
a circular announcing that no redress could be
obtained through the intervention of his gov
ernment for any British suffering in consequence
of taking part in the politics of New Grenada.
This decision has been approved by the British
The French steamer Infernal had been blown
t o a t oms in the bay of Valparaiso by the ex
plosion of her magazine. The vessel bad
caught fire, but no lives were lost, as all bands
were enabled to escape before the fire reached
the magazine. The British storeship was injur
ed by the explosion.
Considerable excitement had occurred hi
Sinia on account of the election and during a
row the troops fired on a crowd killing from
eight to twenty persons.
ANOTHER PIRATE SPOKEN;
YORIC, Nov. 8.
The British brig Lotus, from Armco, reports
'tieing spoken by a rebel pirate schooner on the
t ult:in lat. 281ong. 10. She NM one gun
71110 a rear.of fifty men.- • , N , •• •, •
PRICE ONE CENT.
NEw YORK, Nov. 3
LATEST VIA QITEENSIOWN
Later from California.
NEw Yong, Nov. 8