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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
T E El, EG ItAP ti
LS' PUBLISHED EVERY DAY,
The DAILY TELVORAPH is served to subscribers to the
city at om CPIII6 per weeh Yearly subscribers will be
Want on 9wt•W■ssra Tszackoa.
The Tstiottore is oho published twice a week during',
the session of the Legistoture t and weakly duriug the
rescinder of the yeareand turnished to stibSoilbors at
the ioliewiog rotes,
einele eubserbers per •••
R,47118 OF ADVERTISING. •
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ere month ••.•
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er ilarriges and Deaths to be charged as register ad.
Os and after Monday, Nov. 4th, 1861, the
mails at the Harrisburg Post Office will close as
For all places adjacent to the line of
the railroad, between Harris
burg and Philadelphia.—way
MAIL so A. M.
For New York, Philadelphia, Lan
caster, Bainbridge, Columbia
For Philadelphia, Lancaster and
Middletown ..4.40 P. K
For New York, Philadelphia and
Lancaster 900 P. K
`.LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
For all places between Ilarrisburg
and Philadelphia, and adja
cent to the line of the Leba
non Valley and Philadelphia
and Reading ,Railroad.—WAT
MAIL ...7.80 A. lit.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Altoona.—War Mau....6.80 A. M
For Pittsburg, Johnstown, Pa., Cin
cinnati, Columbus and Cleve
land, Oldo 800 P. M.
NORttiaiN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Lock Haven, and those
adjacent to the line of the
rallroad.—Wav Man 12.00 M.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
For Washington, Baltimore, York
and all places aloug and ad
jacent to the line of the rail
road.—Wax Mart 10.00 A. M
For Washington, Baltimore and
York 9.00 P. M
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For Hagerstown, Md., Chambers
burg, Bhippenehurg, Carlisle
and Mechanicsburg 7.00 A. M.
For all places between Harrisburg
and Cbambersburg along and
adjacent to the line of the
railroad.—WAY MAIL .12.80 P. M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA BAIL-
For Pottsville, Ellwood, Pinegrove,
summit Station and Auburn, 12.80 P.M.
FOlLinglestown,Manada Hill, West
Hanover, Ono and Jonestown
on Monday, Wednesday and
Fday 700 .
Pot Lisb ri urn and Lewisburg on Sat.
today 12 M.
GEO. BERGNER, P. M.
TREES I TREES ! ! TREES II !
11.11 E undereigned invite attention to their
1. large and well grown etoc& of
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs, Ao ., embracing a large and complete assortment
• APPLES, PEOls, FUMES PLOW,
CHtJtolg APRICGV, and NiCTARINNS,
Standard tor the Old ird, and Dwarf fa r the garden.
NUTS, ho ENGLISH WALNUTS, SPANI*I CHEREUTB, HAZES'
ItsPHRHIES, WBEattlE4 CURRANTS
and GOOSEBERRIES, lit grout variety.
GRAPES, OF CHOICEST KINDS
ASPARAGUS, RHUBARB, &0., &a. Also it fine Monk
wait formed, busby
suitable for the Cemotry and lawn.
for street Vainlng, and a general assortment of
Ornamental Trees and Flowering Shrubs.
EGBEII of choice varieties, CAMELLIAS, BIDDING
Oar stem Is remarkably thrifty and One, and we offer
IL It nrleee to soh the times.
AirOatalogues mailed to all applicants.
Address iDWARD J. kVANS & CO.
telO6-201 tr ,
Cenal Nurser*, York, Pa.
B. It GILDELA, D. D. 13 ,
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
All eperalona, Surgical and Mechanical,
......_ecletintlebily performed. Charges moderate. A
SOKEFFER'S BOOK BTOttE
(Near the Ikwriebueg Bridge.)
JUST RECEIVED from the
$1.02r5 e tittle a lot ot One COMMERCIAL NOTE
..„Pitit, who we will sell at $1.26 per ream.
i 1 ,r. 0 0 per rerun for NOTE PAPER, decorated with
141 1 ht &ad very handeome emblems and , patriotic
jOO for 1000 WRITE itNITLOPEO, with national ae
oio emblems, printed in two ooni.
Z . : give us • call. Tao . le
tSPICED SA LMON I I
IPelt AND VERY DELICATE. Put
Deity In he pound mum.
Chits at trattel & Cransportatist.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD:
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FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
? - -IrD mitt
MONDAY NOVEMBER 4th, 1881.
This. Peso:lgor , Trains or the Pennsylvania Railroad
(kinOntiy W ill front and arrive at Harrisburg and
ghibu , l44phis atfollows
.... 2 00
.... 0 00
THROUGH IMPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
qt 3 20 a. m, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 7.4 u
FAST MIR leaves Harrisburg every morning (except
Monday) at 8.80 a. in., aid arrives at West Philadelphia
at 12.60 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 5.40 p..my and arrives at West Philadelphia at /0.30
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Jor, tomer
Hartfiburg 7.00 a. m., and arrives at West Phila
delphia at 12.10 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 1.10 p. m., and arrives et Weel
Philadelphia at 880 p. in.
THROUGH EXPREB TRAIN leaves Phlladelptea at
10 80 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.06 a. m., Altoona 890, a.
m., and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.26 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., and ar
riveA at Harrisburg at 1 20p. m.; leaves El trriebnrg at 7.16
a. in. Altoona, 2.15 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
8.16 p . N.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11 50 a. in., Harris.
burg 4.06 p. m Altoona at 9.10 p. la., and arriving at
Pittaburg at 1.40 a. m.
HARRISBURG ACOOSHODATION TRAY leaves Phil
dolphin. at 2.30 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.05
MOUNTJOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy leaves
Lancaster at 11.84 a. m., arrive, at Hurisbarg at 1.80
SAMUEL 0, YOUNG,
Rapt. But, Div. Penna. Railroad.
Harrisburg, November 2, 1881.—dtr
WINTER TIME ARRANGEMENT
NEW AIR LINE ROHE
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORE,
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY , NOVEM
BER 4,1161, the Passenger Trains will . leave the
Philadelphia anal Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,
for New York ead Philadelphia, is Mows, viz t
EXPRI223 LINE leaves Harriaburg at 880 a. m., on ar
rood of Pennsylvania Railroad Rspresa Train from the
West, arriving In New York at 11..6 a. m., and at Phila.
delphia at 9.00 a. in. A sleeping oar in attached to the
train through from Pittsburg without rbange.
MAIL TRAIN laves Harrisburg at 8.86 a. m.. arriving
In New York at 6.30 p. mand Philadelphia at 1.26 p. m.
PART LINE laves Harrisburg at 1.40 p. m., on arrival
of Pellllll7lvlllllll Railroad Fast Mall, arriving in New
York at 9.60 p. m, and Philadelphia at 6.40 p. m.
OUT UNE leave/ New Tort at a a. m., and Philadel
phia at 8 a. ns., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 p. m.
WAIL TRAPP leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and Phil
adelphia at 8.16 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
ISPRIBEI LINZ leaves New York at 8 p. m. , arri
ving at Harrisburg at 8.10 a. m., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping
oar is also attached to tuts ,rain.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsvll le,
Wilkeabarre, Allentown, Fasten. &o.
Baggage &m i lted through. Faro between New York
and Harrisburg, 55 Oh; between Harrisburg and Phila.
delphia, *3 251 n No.l cars, and 12 70 in No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply Nu
J. J. CLYDE,
nov4 General Agent, Harrisburg.
JOHN B. SMITE'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
C0P611121 SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
A LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
OOTS,sn ots, %units, aw., of the very best
eualltkit for gentlm eerprices to salt the times. Su ki n dsofW ORK mem TO
OltDan In the beg style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.
botllidtt JORN B. MTH, Rarrhiburg.
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1861.
W. ill. (Bross $; (go..
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 aterition to the
largest and beat selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
OIL, varnishes and Glues,
Dye.6taffs, Glass and Putty,
Artist. Colors snit Tools,
Pure Ground Spiess
Burning Plaid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sprint and Pine Oda
Bottles, Vials and LaAnp Globes,
Camillo Soap, Sponges and Corks.
Ma, dra., dai., &a., &0., dta, esmj
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
&sleeted from the best manufacturers and Per
turners of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
• WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
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We respectfully invite a call, feeling, confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to . their satisfaction.
TEA'S - I TEETH 11
JONI'S AND WHITES'S PORCELAIN TEETH,
PATENT M DICINES AND HAIR
Of ell kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we sell
as low as It can be purchased In the &lee.
I'HAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS
COAL OIL I CARBON 01111
Being large prirchasers in these Oils, we can
offer, inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most Improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
ose of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know no
their superiority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in ,
g xxl condition.
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from 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 perience in the brusiness gives ns
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements hi the cities are
such that we Oka in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowe
on our holm, we hope by strict attention to
business, a carefulselection of
at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a continnanoe of the favor of a discrim
AUGUSTINE L. MAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Raidsna Ifs. 27 North &pond &real
A-4omarire iemmorii TO
I)R . JOHNSON
Li AS discovered lhemost certain, speed)
I and etteetual remedy in the worl.l for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
LAW nr a To •wavz Wale.
No Memory or Noxious Drags.
sar-A CIMR WRIRRANIND, OR NO CRAMS, IN PROM Opm I
Weakliest of the Beek or lambs, Stilettoes, Paitm in
the Loins, MfoatiOns of the Kidneys and Bladder, Orgault
Weeknight, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physlert Puts
us, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of dean.
reit nation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling., Gunnels
of Sight sr Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections
of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin—those terrible direr
den attains from the indecretion or Solitary Habits) et
liouthz-thoie dreadful and destructive practise which
produce coestituttottat debility, render marriage inilies
sibre, and deatray both body and mind.
Young mon especially wbo have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit whim.
annually sweeps to am untimely grave thousands oi
young men of the moat exalted talent end brilliant intel
lect, wno might otherwise have entranced listening
...tansies with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ee•
any the living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married persons, or Mite contemplating marriage, be•
:ug aware of physical weakness, should Immediately con
ical Ilr. J. and be restored to perfect health.
immediately cured andfila vigor restored.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously Gonad/lin Ma honor as • gentleman , and coo,
idently rely upon hie skill as a physician.
ligrOfflce No. 'l' south reederfok street, Betimes,
Ad., on the left band side going from Baltimore street, 7
Mors from the corner. Bo particular in observing the
Jame or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par.
-foular for ignorant, ftriffiem Quacks, with fable namee,
or Paltry Humbug a-lAA/Wet, attracted by the reputa
tion of Dr. Johnson, lark near
Dr. Johnson Member of the Royal College of Surgeons;
.gindon, graduate from one of the mast eminent Collet es
if the United Mates, and the greatest part of whose life
Das been spent In the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and eisewhare, has ablated some of the most as
tonishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing In the ears and bead when asleep, pest ner•
mms; being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
with frequent bloshing,atteoded sometimes with derange.
..rot or Wed were oared Immediately,
TARS PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Or. ...dresses all them who having Injured them
selves bv private and improper indnigeocies, that secret
and solitary abit which ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them Ibr either bneineesor society.
Thee are some of the sad and melancholy silents pro
duced by early habits of youth, via : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Uwe of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye
epsia, Nervous Irritability Derangement of the Digestive
inactions, General Debility, Symptoms of Vtutump.
itarratav, the fearful Weds on the mind are stash to
oe dreaded :—Lose of Memory, Mansion of Ideas, De
prowdon of Spirits, Yvfl ForebWlnp, Aversion telloate.
17, fldf-dletrosi, Love of SSolitude,Thaddityolte., ors some
Thousands of persona of all ages, oan now lodge what
Is the Game of thslr decline In health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a
singular appearance about the eyes, Only and symp.
me of consumption.
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, in
&dyed lu when alone—a habit frequently learned from
evil .sompanions, or at school, the edema of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, readapt
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes 01 his eons.
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched trom
all prospects and enjoyments o f 11.1% by the consequences
of deviating from the path of nature, and Indulging in a
certain secret habit. 4n •.h persona must, before contra* ,
effect that a sound mind and body are the most n
requisites to promote connubial happloess. Inds
without these, the journey through life becomes • weary
pilgrimagis the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the
melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be-
COMM blighted with our own
R. JOHNSON'S INVIOORAN/N9 RHMEDY FOR 01:
Sy this great and important remedy, Wealtliassief lbf
'Tans are speedUy mired, and MI vigor restored.
Thousands of the meet nervous and debilitated whs
utd lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved. All
impediments to Marriage, Physical or Rental Inequa
canon, Nervous, Trembliet. Weakness or Exhaustion or
the meet iharfttl kind, speedily eared%
The =ay thousands cured at tide Initiation within the
last twelve years, and the numerous Important Mime
operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the rtv
porters of the papers, and many other persons, mottoes of
which have appeared again and again before the WARN
besides his eialadinp 41 4 Je1f4e1444 a Citillr4(4llr . 411114 re•
grOF""ift is a aafftelent Ruanuitoe to the afflicted.
DBEASEEI OF IMPRUDIDIOIL—When the misguided
and imprudent votary pleasure nods he has imbibed
the seeds of this painful disease, it toe often happens OM
anal-timid sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from applying to those who, from education and re.
spectability can alone befriend him, delaying till the eon.
stitutional symptom of this horrid disease make their
appearance, sleeting the head, throat, nose, skin, &c,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death pots
period to his dreadful sufferings by seeding him to "that
bourne from whence so traveler returns." It is a mel
ancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible
disease, owing to the unskilfulness oi ignorant pretend..
els, who, by the use of that deadly potion, mercury, rain
the constitntion sod make the residue of life miserable.
To Brustam.—Tho Doctor's Diplomas hang 1n LL
Sir Letters must contain a Btamp tons on the reply
ar Remedies sent by Mall.
rairNo. 7 South Irredhlrtok street, Baltimore.
HARRISBURG and PHI LADELPH I A
Wm. A Burk,74yent, 812 Market area, Phikuka
phis, formerly Lainoos le Co.
special Conductor in charge of eaob
t:r aI n (Dods delivered at the Warehouse, Philadel.
phis', at 43( &cloak P. M., will be delivered id Harts
I,urs next morning. J. WALLOWER, JR., Agent,
, nr23-dtf ' Moo cteadttir name. Ftarrirhorg.
JOBN WALLOWER, JR., Agt
CI_OODS AND MERCHANDISE promptly
fbrwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads
HAULING AND DRAPING to and from all parts of the
city to the diflerent Railroad depots will be done at the
very lowest rates.
FAB:Maga removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders efl. at Brant's European Hotel, or at the store
of E. B. ZoWager, will receive promos attention. Con
aignmenta of freight respectfully solicited.
JOBS WALLOWER JR., Agt.,
102 Delve Reeding Dennt.
HA.o.—throe dunuret, rixtra ougat
~red Hanoi km maimed by
wu nort4 ru. APO ,
NDIA RUBBER, BUFFALO HORN,
RAW HORN and SHELL DRESSING COMBSjor all
sass MIELLLER'S DRUG AND NANCY WOE%
The Oapture of Bltdett and Mason Jus
tilled by International Law. •
A correspondent of . the Philadelphia Evening
lhiairdin of yesterday, in speaking of the arrest
of the rebel emissaries to England and France,
Mason and Slidell, says
"Some foolish people have tried to convince
themselves that Com. Wilkes has risked a brush
with England by his prompt and decided con
duct in the arrest of Mason and Slidell. All
who know the character 'of Com. Wilkes. his
thorough training in the arts of war as well as
those of peace, his knowledge especielly of in
ternational law, and his rec e nt intimate inter
course with the Government at' Washington,
felt assured that his action needed no excuse.
To allay all apprehension, and to put , a: stop to
the mischievous rumors spread abroad by stuck
jobbers and news mongers, it may be enough to
send you Mr. Wheaton 'n clear .statement of the
very case in point." .
"Of the same nature with the carrying of
contraband goods, is the transportation of
tary persons or despatches iu the service of the
enemy. A neutral yes-el, which is used as a
transport for the enemy's forces, is sus jest ,
confiscation, if captured hy the opposite b. lig
erent. Nor win the tact of her having been bn
pressed by violence into tue enemy's service, ex
empt her. The =miter caunut be permitted to
aver that he was au involuntary agent. Were
an act of tome exercised by one belligerent
power on a neutral ship or person to be con
sidered a justification tor an act contrary to
the known duties of the neutral character,
there would be an end of any prohibition
under the law 9f nations to carry contraband,
or to engage in any other hostile act. If any
Ines is sustained in such a service, the neutral
yielding to such demands must seek redress
from the Government which has imposed the
restraint upon him. (Robinson's Admiralty
iteports, vul. 4, page 246. The Carolina.) As to
the number of wintery persons necessary to the
number of military persons necessary to subject
the vessel to confiscation, it is difficult to define,
since fewer persons of high quality and charac
ter may be of much mote importance than a
much greater number of persons of lower con
dition. To carry a veteran General, under some
circumstances, might be a much more noxious
act than the conveyance of a whole regiment.
The consequences of such assistance are greater
and therefore the belligerent has a stronger
right to prevent and punish it; nor is it material
in the judgment of the prize court, whether the
master be ignorant of the character of the service
in which he is engaged. it is depend stir:clew if
there has been an Injury arising to the belligerent
from the employment in which the vessel is found."
"If imposition be 'practiced, it operates as
force ; and if redress be sought against any per
son, it must be against those who have, by
means either of compulsion or deceit, ex posed .
Lie property to danger ; otherwise such oppor
tunities of conveyance would be constantly
used, and it would be almost impossible, in the
greater number of cants, to prove the privity
of the Immediate offender. (Robinson's Adm,
Bep. vol. 6, p. 480. The Orozerubo.) The fraud
ukndy carrying the despatches of the enemy will
also subject the neutral vessels in which they are
transported, to capture and eonfiscation.'"
"rho carrying of two or three cargoes of
military stores, " ' says Sir W.Scott, necesea
rily an assistance of a limited nature; but in
the transmission of despatches may be conveyed
the entire plan of a campaign, that. may defeat
all the plans of the other belligerent in that quar
ter of the world. It is true, as it has been said,
that one ban might take off a Charles the XII,
and might produce the most disastrous effects
in a campaign; but that is a consequence so re
mote and accidental, that in the contemplation
of human events, it is a sort of evanescent
quantity of which no account is taken, and the
practice has been accordingly, that it is in con
siderable quantities that the offence of contra- .
band is contemplated. The case of despatches is
very different; it is Impossible to limit a
letter to eo small a size as not to be capable
of producing the most important count
quentws. It is a service, therefore, which in
whatever degree it scats, can only be con
sidered in one character, as an act of the
most hostile manner. The offence of fraudulent
ly carrying dispatches in the service of the ene
my being, then, greater than that of carrying ,
contraband under any circumstances, it becomes
absolutely necessary, as well as just, to ream t
to some other penalty than that inflicted iu ,
cases of contraband.. the confiscation of the
noxious article, which constitutes the penalty
in contraband, where the vessel and cargo do
not belong to the same person, would be ridicu
lous when applied to despatches. There would
be no freight dependent on their transportation,
and therefore this penalty could not, in the na
ture of things, be applied. The vehicle in which
they are carried, must, therefore, be confisca
ted."' (Robinson's Adm. Rep. vol. 6, p. 440.
"Wheaton's Elements of. Intern. Law, p.
629. So that England has to thank Commo
dore Wilkes for doing less than he might have
done, and we all have to thank him for doing
it so well. J. G.
BrOBSBION BARBARITIES IN KENTIICRT.-A let-
ter to the Louisville Journal, from Camp Wild-
cat ; says: The rebels have entirely desolated
very many families of everything they possess
in Knox—taken horses, cows, beevt s, gentle
men's and ladies' clothing, all of the beds, mat
tresses, quilts, comforts and blankets, and every
species of bedding even taking all of the
dresses of ladies—the small trunks of dead child
ren's clothes preserved as mementos for the fam
ilies, roobing every store of every species of
goods. They have their cavalry roaming about
taking everything andAriving off all the hor
ses and cattle they can make of any service to
To•day, only thirteen miles from this place,
the cavalry of the rebels visited London, and
are busy in their hellish work of robbing and
stealing everything they can lay their hands
upon. This is no exaggerated statement of
their doings; it falls far short of. the truth.—
They have also been in several of the adjoining
counties, to wit: Clay, Harlan and Whitley,
pursuing the same course. They-have also shot
down a few men that 'we know of certainly.—
We hope to ba able to meetlthem some of these
times, but very many will have nothing to sub
aist on if they should ever be able to get to their
A 13munsss ADvaltruits.—The Providence
Journal states that Hon. James F. Simmons, of
gho.,e Island has purchased a veseel, which has
been loaded with a cargo of salt, shoes and va
rious other articles needed at the South.. It is
designed to exchange her stores with the loyal
num.trf-the Southern coast for cotton:
The steamship Europa passed Cape Race at 9
o'clock on Saturday evening, but the telegraph
lines between here and eve Race having been
cut it two places on that day all messages in
tended for her failed to be delivered. The line
was not repaired till 10 o'clock in the evening.
The steamer Asia, Isom Liverpool on the
9th, and Queenstown on theluth, passed Cape
Race at 7 o'clock ed Sunday worsting, but at a
distance of sixteen milts, so she could not be
boarded by the press yacht.-.
The bark Augusta, which it is alleged baa
been fitted out for service in the slave trade,
was seized yesterday at Fire Wand. Her crew
consisting of sixteen rum; and the alleged
owner of the vessel were placed under arrest.
SEIZURE OF A STEAMER FOR RUNNING
Nun Yoax, Nov. 18.
The British brig Wm. R. Kirby Inui seised
to-day for running the Southern blockade, and
her captain wall committed to Fort Lafayette.
The bank statement for this week ending on
Saturday, shows an increase of specie $247,835,
a decrease of loans $8,319,025; decrease of circu
lation $149,222; decrease deposits $8,211,271.
SLTDELL AND MASON EN ROUTE FOR
Nsw Yoak, Nov. 18.
%The 11. S. steamer San Jacinto was kigiudled
below this afternoon, but after coming inside of
Sandy Hook she left for Boston, under orders
from Washington. .
The Supreme Court has decided that, Mayor
Wood's police force are entitled to be restored
to office and pay under the Metropolitan Polio.
DEPARTURE OF TEE N. Y. SIXTY-NINTH
Nur Yoinc, Nov. 18.
The old N. Y. Sixty-Ninth (Irish) regiment,
Col. Meagher, left for the seat of war this af
NOT Maar To BC Uact.—Men or women,
whatever their physical deformities may be,
cannot be ugly, except from mental and intel
lectual causes and neither man nor woman has
any right to be ugly, and if either be so, it is
his or her fault, misdemeanor or crime ; aul
that being ugly, they cannot expect the love
of ugly women ; no woman can love an ugly
man; and if fathers and - mothers can love an
ugly child, it is a sore struggle, and may be
duty after all, not love
To have loot one's nose or eye, to squint or
to have a huuch-back, are certainly mistorttwes,
deteriorlatiun of the human furw, and impair
ments of its high ideal ; but if all the calam
ities were centered in one unhappy person they
would not make him positively ugly if he wers
wise, witty, benevolent, ju,t and tieuerous, and
passed his life iu deeds La kindness and charity.
Milton has not endowed his sublime fiend
with the horns, drageou's tail, audorher vulgar
ugltuats, of popular superstition. He was too
great a poet and tdrilueopber to fall into such an
error. Ihe physical heau,y of his Satan was
originally as great as that of the angels who had
not laLleu, iu all the outward attributes ; but
the hideuusuess was in the mind, and the mind
moulded the body to its owu character ; and
Satan, though he was as Sidney Smith said, a
tine fellow in one sense, was terribly ugly in
another ; sublimely horrible and haluitely
inure fearful to think of than tun grotesque
compound of Satyr and Dragon, whom we owe
to the exuberant saucy and bad taste of the
monks of the middle ages.
An ugly person may have a well developed
nose and regular features, he tufty be six feet
high and shapely as the Apollo Beldivere, but
the evil spirit that is hi u has. set the inde
scribable seal of a ban mind upim all his physical
hue.aute.ts. He bears the Uralid of criminality
upon his forehead as Caiu did. and entries a
mark of divine displeasule stamped upou his
tam, shaped in his aspect, h nee iu h.s Voice,
telegreptfed into his leeks and gee urea. by
these means he is pointed out to his tallow crea
tures as one who sinned against the mural guy
eiutueut el the uuiverse, eu that , all who see
him may know him and take wanting by his
punishment. All that is moially bad, is physi
ugly, ergo, every Luau and woman may be
beautil ul, it th y like, and no man or woman
has a ri 6 ht to be
Ram SPIES EVRILYWIIICRIL—When it was re
solved to send an expedition from Cairo to Bel
mont, the rebels were furnished with early in
telligence and wore kept fully informed. It
was the intention of General Grant to slip
down the river, under cover of da•kness, and
take the rebel camp at Belmont, nearly oppo
site Columbus, and hold it as a strategic point.
But traitors in our camp at Cairo posted the
Rev. General Polk, and when the expedition
landed, it encountered an unexpected resistance
from a greatly superior force. Our officers
were not apprised of the preparations making
for their reception. There were no white spies
among the rebels to expose their opperatious,
and the black ones dare not venture within our
lines, as those who had essayed the experiment,
had been promptly returned to their claimants,
to be maltreated for attempting to esqape from
the patriarchal relation.—Chicago Tribune.
STILL STEALING. —A despatch from George
town, S. C , says : The wreck of the Federal
steamer Osceola has been overhauled, and seve
ral-hundred -barrels of potatoes and other vege
tables ,secured. The machinery will probably
PRICE ONE CENT.
SAILING OF 812.4.11ER5.
Sr. Jowls, N. F., Nov. 18
SEIZURE OF A SUPPOSED SLOTS
Nsw Yonz, Nov. 1$
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
NEW YORK, NOT. 18
MAYOR WOOD'S POLICE FORCE.
NEw YORIC, Nor. 18