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Wednesday, Nov. 9,. 18,64
Jl. 11 7 . AIcALARNEY, EDITOR.
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; - ILlNetitk , ittiE TED
He, has Nearly all the States
• •. .3 , • , . , . , • ..
-i;ALL'NEW ENGLAND FOR . HUI.:
Iliew.; i york:so b ole
tlowjerEey for little neolellan.
FREE . 111AllittAND UNION.
.-'' , 4lliE ,,, W.ESrr. O.Ki
'66 DON'T - ICEMEM.I3DR," RESIGN ;
. " 1 AND ON HIS WAY TO
SALT RIVER. •
-"` Tr IS DA GEROUS TO STA;NTD
' 4 :ll;6 . Ttle - folltiviritr , are the estimated
majorittes as Maras beard froin
Large 'Union, gains throughout the
; Allegheny county giv.es Lincoln 8,000
Yinajority'On home vote vibich"will.reach
11,000 with the slldiers Vote. • "
9,504. Gain of
- Lancaster, gain of 1200. .
I.;nion 600, gain of 20Q.
'l'he. 'State will; give '25,000 majority
:for Lincoln and,,Johnson. ' " '
New York city gives Neelellan about
37,000" nrijority. '
I.4peolo"arid Fenton_ have carried the
Efate by' from 5,0'00 to 10,000 '
Brooks and Fernando 'Wood are the%
:to be "defeated.' We gain eight or_ ten
Members of :Congress.- '
Lincoln's imajtirity on the Lome' vote
be over 35, , 000 majority. .
~Tbe.ni3jOT:itv for,,Lineobi will be not
• • Illinois
. 1 . Lincoln carries the State by:not less
ihan ellicaao ,ii,ves _Lincoln
1;745, Aujijct . 4ty ` ; , and • eook county abont
. _ ,
MajoritY for Lincoln is estimated
.4;911x,t i . i,5,000. • ; • •
,Tile.majority for Lincoln dn the ,home
ypte 40th:tinted . :
St. Paul gives 3G majority for Little
MeQ6llan. The _S,tate4 gives 5 ; 000 for
The: returns- show large Union gains,
and Mr.Lineoln wili,probably have from
twniy,thousand to twenty five thonsdnd
•,`The majority for.Lineoln arid Johnson
will be from three to five thousand. •
majority for Lincolq - and Johnson
The majority'for - Lineola and-Johnson
will; be ,from
.75,000 to. 80 1 000. The
Union then :carry every Congressional
dietriot; erect their whole
,Statd Ticket s
probably every State Senator ; and nearly
every representativ6.. '
`.Lincoln's Majority aboitt 5,000.
Proviitoodo cave'him 2,200 majority aila
Newport 296. • •
, , .Voitneaticut
:0497,05 . tpreaty4our hundFed,mopiiity ff3t:
' F. -
-110:e Strte ha's' p;iehably gone for. Ale-
Cle theiigli . there arO large Union
gain • " '
..Gone with : ttin I t egisla
tute probably republican.,
_:- relaryraud ; .
Gone for Lincoln by a small tnajotitY. ,
L - Wiest _ Virginia.
voutity gooe for ,Liucoln.
GORiaJOF . Line,o. l .4'qcroi , •
-Glees ateGiellatl , l.s,o - 90: majority.
c.-, ) ,! • lovra 1 4*
I 25,001 taajoritY for 7 l;iiicoln;. - •
! War News
We have received the congratulatory
order os Major General Pleasanton to, his
troops forjOckr an id
th e gi iilv*OtlarY aT;trrY v or 404'
'rid in misouri. ithis ozci4lpa r id r
iiitefhat RerkScotf;...gan:stOi, \oh , l)ceobel
26, nod is aceompanied b 4 a.. dispatch
from General liosencrans complimenting
General Pleasanton and his soldiers in
the InghestAerms for-their brilliant and
important labors. Gencral. ; Ansetterans
says that General Pleasatitob.attacked_
three times his number, and routed them,
_pieces of artifiery,
tht . frehelf to"AcTrotovil
••d re d •tr ago n s;- d ikilling wOuridctig and
taking many prisoners,- anA . that his,pur
stiit. of the nerdy fer-over:threafintidred
Miles, in :so Short a time; withCfl kiting
fO . i a .considerable of Aliti way,
resulting: -always • vl . o° 0011E41 • for , the
Union artni,, and with -greatly -superior
timbers - err the opposing side, will , rank
among the brilliant= achievements Of the
war, and cover with lane all engaged-in
it. Since the date of the 'A boveslispatches,
as our readers , ate- other Victories'
have been 'gained =by Pleasitiftda, over
Price, who' was last reported'ln' the 'cx
treme southmestara‘ corbel'. 'cif Missouri,
desperately endiavoring to 'escape back
into Arkansas. Our own dispatehes from
Missouri , show• what eourplete'Werk- has
been done by'the nationalsOlcliers in rid
diok the State of this formidable invasion
ary "expedition of Price; :which -crossed'
the Arkansas line only a short time ago
with magnificent heraldings of , the great
advantages to the Jeff: Davis Confederacy
which were to follow it.- 2 -Tribune of
Late Rebel newspapers which have
reached us, present a teriible- panic of
affairs in that portbnOf Louisianumithin
the lines of. Jeff LiaviS 7 s, 'arnriei . . The
destitution Of the peoPle represented as eit:retne, and, starvation to . .be
.storing them face.: - One . , of the
principal :causes, M eptieneir for:this r is the
absolute Worthlessness' to . N911.10i -Rebel
.money has,beeii redUced. "'Society is cv
identlyiti a Most di.ioizaiiii.ed condition
in• that region, as "thieving, - plundering,
pilfering and ,hoise-stealing"} are 'Said' to
be the: ordef tt j 'e' day. - .The Rebel ed
itors have finally heard . ef, the defeat by
the UniOn Ge.neral Gillein'of their pet
General Vaughn in. Eait Tennessee. .An
order has been issued, at Mobile foi the
enlollment of all negroes between fifteen
and forty-five. ,Gen. flood's army is
said to have completed its crossing to, the
north side of the, Tennessee river on the
25th ult. -
The steamships Evening ;Star.. and
Merrimac, which arrived from 'Nei , Or
leaVs;brought Mates :to the 80th of Octo
ber. Another Rebel design. to cross
their trans-Mississippi forces to the east
side of the river has been discovered, and
proper preparations-to meet it have been
perfected. A list of the Union officers
recently'exebanged . af the inouth•of the
Red River is furi3ished by ibise
The next exchange is to be of five hun
dred Union soldiers confined at Hemp
stead, Texas. The Rebels are said to be
in considerabldforce along the Atchafa
laya River; bui there aro few of them
at Shreveport and Alexandria. There
are no army . operations of importatiCe.re
ported either. along the Mississippi or
around' Mobile 'Bay ; 'but from the latter
locality a• naval expedition Composed •of
light draueht gunboats, was — lately; sent
out into the various small 'streams - and
inlets in' the vicinity. It met with no
opposition, and secured many
quantities of grain and other Taluable
Sherman is again victorious. A brief
dispatch from. Nashville announces that
Hood was defeated to ,the: 3d inst., in
attempting to .Gross the Tennessee river
at the mouth of Blue Water. So' the last's
effort, - the grand invasion, •which . Jeff
Davis threatened and Hood, undertook,
hhs come to nothing, Hood undoubtedly
chose the ,most favorable pobit_ for his
attempt, and has failetiat the,very start:
From North Carolina we - haVa import
ant ;13CWj throtgli - sources. Ply m-.
oath haS again been captured :by our
troops. ~The .destructiori of, 'the
ram Albemarle having opened thbriier
to admit Porter's fleet, the'forts - were
pnssed by his gunboats and the Rebels
forced to evacuate. The possession'bf
Plymouth completes and ensures the
naval and military possession' of Albe=,
merle Sound -
and ita,apparentry easy conquest 'is Con
clusive es to trio weakness "of; the' Rebel
forces.. All ibeir troops are : . 'Wanteil in
Virginia, arid tots ; fortified town, 'which
they captured by a desperate. effort and
at great loss, is surrendered .ai` sobn as
the ram which defended it is sunk, It
is evident we ire to have the" scabOard of
North Carolina without a struggle.
UNION PRISONERS IN TExA:si-i-Dr.
Blake, under date of Sept. 28, 7.8 64 , WriteS:
"Gen. Canby ifaa.ordered .the',quarter.
masters to forward t0...0ur prisoners in
Texas.clothinga_ed medicines. Oar Qom
:missioner has arrcmged , with alttjor•lgna.
tias Szyinaski,- Coguuissioncrofoxchange
for. Rebels in the. Trans.Z.liisissippt• Do=
partment, , an exchange -..,fer •3,4 g -of our
sOldiers tiow. in Camp Ford, including rt
.val prisoners. -Possibly the number tnay
be reduced, end: the..iNaval :prisoners ,be
obl igedtto tu tart - a tiCain p Yordi.lnstao 7 ,
es of.crucitfat...liampßerd have been few .
and at, the last iutetyiew .of:t t be
shiner, 13t1tinAti thg3tobel CoWnlAsiA l l7:
eitriued-ours AMit itehjul L earts'eCtbe
#moVal ofrlhk qiptaind:fornked,Y‘ift
cou,atid of (he camp as unsuitable to - cotn-
Inert a c '11,,0 . ,! Prisoners, and better
t 1 , !:\," c se--Itopell for. Last week the
s re .rd fa* :Gen. Canby were for
warts,9itsis4ifrti of a complet,e outfit for
1 20 - inanntit - Taaciino. blanket4r4Ots : istr,
kz ~r- 7 '5, i -s,
'sacks font nandrecf canteens, si &Ai l
anctitseqxtiland tuedeeinesw4p also
foiwal- , •.•F' - : - - - N
1. , , . -.
''.-::..--... Pr .4:Vis Def-zated!
In tli - 67.0..Thenee of Union forces in the
East, the, ii, Rebel leader, Sterling_ Price
gatbernd - a•Jarge array, invaded 111lisouri,
ii?d‘tlid 4tib i ntililernble dattiage'lntd 4 lN't.tridd
greal=fe_nril --..-- - ---• _-- -----
`--'Gerilatelivamtcon giyes-th_eLicr "lowing.:
fb;:lin4 l .s lll 1 44 1 c-i':AF.<4 t.9_:Piq.ORPEIr44i9
4gatrYicßierlo...,..: • , I i,• - .. - .... • :I- ._
.PDI11 . „ J1e.a..4 , 13 1iles j 1 1: 1 1W 0 ,4.a..11),4 1211 •
'c+•r!Thlit:o4 l ;9ile.l•: , r ''' • " •• IL: , i •
HiSr. fOr4o :vqs less than
Pike 4414 11 .5r,11 5 , 0 9Q;c. " . --; •.3u `
.. Vri99,ii4 1 1 11 . 4 PPe. Aug. lie 4, aed.neAT , .
munitiqu.,:lte ',haying ,blqtyo: up ibis train.:
tie 4130. botiqed,49o. wagoos ;to save tbpm
from, capt4re.: . --.oi '. .'. ,r, , ~' ;%. ' ~ -
~ - ,etskre tia4p 2,ooolprison erg, 3vitiL 13ov oral
Altpussn.d 4tand Of arms. ;: Oe4eral Fagan
is reported killed
aimy is completely disorganized
f•Thir''fcilfouitigis a brief account' .of the
eii•orithstai r ebs-of"tlie- zaptare ti/o'pi:
,7 : •
. , .
• "The Pliiiida'arriiednt Bahia, Bay of.
SanSalvader;''on the', night . of thd I,th
CaptaimObllid§ having held - atonSultatinn
With lais . eitaer-s, determined . icrsinli 'the
Florida iti .i - Port.: - Accordingly at, ab6pi.3
o'clock, the - table's - .Were's-hipped; and
Waelauset,'stadied for the'rlorida; httling
her on thol ipiart,ar - without doing great
• ntii - nailed but to
tbose the•iiratet to .surrender,
ha wouliniiik This:demand was"-ie
pli6d'iVbi‘the-rirst..Lieutenani that, "un
def the CiVcinistandei;lie l Suirendeted.,"
IVatisei as, 'now' made faits, the'ahlan
`slipPed, a its theyla . rida. 'Sea
the Mblee'aeirefirpAtol - Shots'faaid fired,
aritl;aa ‘ eiddlatailyitwo n fr6ni the 1V 9 . 12-
e Meriis and half the •Froilda's
crew wereTasliore liberty: 2NCi lives
Were . - hist r il , 'The 'Florida was taken coin- I
letalybyOrprise. Sevetify of hey menil
it - was', known_being on shore, andthe
otheri;ju4f returned from liberty, were
asleep`: and' half intosieated. The . blow
gifen therPlorida by the Waphuset car
ried awaYihe mizzen mast and 'main yard,
which fell on the awning, prevCiating. any
one'from getting up from below. .So un
conscious', was the officer of the deck Of '
the intention of the Waehuset's captain;
that he sing . out,"You will' run .into us
if yob doe!Oalie , bard !" at the same time
tilling for a - light. TWelie ofdeers uud
fifty-eight Of the crewrof the'Florida . Were
CITY POINT, Nov.' 6.—The Rebels
made a charge on 'the Third' Division of
tho Sooon4 Corps', in front of Petersburg,
last night about rnidnignt; but were re
pulsed with" dreadful slaughter, Loss on
our side verry slight. We captured-nbout
one itundied prisoners. No loss bye*.
Lure froiliPur-side. ThiSaffnir will prob
ably eurcibe Rebs of any further' dispo
toiniake eltar6.es on' our works for
election •furposeS. • •-•
LoursviLrir, 6,--Seraps o
trostwortlAy information from below , con
aquas: to indieate.tbat.General Sherman's
positiou.ii , perfectly ga.tisfactory: to! him.
self and tclaitwho understand it; and that
Wishingion, N'O'cr. I—(bite a lively fight,
occurred . betweeli . a large, force of i‘lo,sby'a
men 'and "p•orrion of the Eighth Cavalry,
East sundnY. in the neighborhood.of Salem
Ira.;,plosby expected to suitprise our
troops 44 tont•threci detachments , of liis
Men to Mhke i a, simultaneous attack but
he found them ready for ariy hOstile deM•
onstration; . The'cons'erinence was that
thquirilia. chief was roofed: We lost
but'ewo o . three men killed and tined =or
f 64 wounded. the:rebel. loss was More
th'dn dotibie'.that min t ibir, besides fifteen
or twenty,, prisoners captured. '
.. The. Richmond Enquirer's Neve'Mar
ket correiporident Says the flight of•Earry's
army r was itho . 'greatest'stampede of :the
war, iti'dluilig .both - infantry and Oavalry._
It calls - O, L n action 'a Vliple day -, of glory
lost; by ' kis , minritcs shame. . there - was
no rally.of briaade, regiment or company
and'the' whole army WarS'a;e6afased mass
of riielliiirffOrliii-, , h. '-: I . ' - '-', - 2 -,
I,sbit 'Whig I lys,.l.44arty `will' ribt l 'lie td=
rnov;ed. - Tile i grearabieet, Of his campaign'
was to driyebt triititer's.arMy,:penp4ate
inte(Naty / laild and also force 'the transfer
ot a:poi•tion• of Grant s - force 'from- 'the
J'am'es iiVOr' to , the'bordcrs of tlio Ohio
_ . . . .
lie Cl arleEtpn . ..rercury kays ;the bl,Y9k
adb "pf 10aiiitton 'efiOtiye as YaJ.i
kea aridtilnboats Pau malip"if,
sijiiit has .beeti,
aseertaineir, that Capt:` B:nelfaitio,"
tibiistanc6,.' was qiibb'ed .and
then' in uide dud"ld 4 Abciy.left the
duityfer tof - Dl'Diinonh the
cmirilW4,ll6'dorrimitfed the.' deed, has'
till.66fiiraitted 'to Old" Cal,
Esceiafecilo'idal,by d 'Sal qte
five bitri . dred r m at. - do brcali r ,:a'pc,iiippa- .
7 . ,ipd,E,414L "F4'r , s fir , d,
. s iCp§rtitiA:
P4dfitt ili4 Itail.4llati
ProXlnintnion of the President.
WASpINGTON, Oct. 21. 1 ' 7 11 - f.
ing , lrociamation was ifiimiq t 4,
afternoon :1 Nst7 t
8y,....04a51DE NT ak . ‘Singlitilitt
V• A. -- , 1 .1 - I,(ielii l lllATl#SN.vL
t- 4 , 114 . 84 e d t ".4 fili s ig ri iCtql4g,
long'our national life anetheVjer' t
Defending us with hisliiltrdiar
against unfriendly designs from abroad,
and-vouchsafing us in His : mercy-Many
slan4 c ylf,tories,overthe pnp,m o kyrbt!
_ii - Croui_lonietolkj it liata l kolleits_el
to z ,f4FRO,Ae4Mi
eitaiens in th - eir Unica 116 6 . ufairdierVl,
arid seas with itsilakhealtli. 11 . 1
He lias.i largely augmented I oir:ifrep
gration;While be hasioPenetilte,usi , new
rescouroes of 'wealthy- as ias mrowiknii
the labor of tho.iirorkingiban...lW:every
department. of :industry , with abundant
Towardp; r !il
, z . -MoreoN;er,-rie.bas;been pleaifedlo
Mate end -AnsVir4r btu. ininds and
with fortitude, courage and• reaulution
sufficient forlhi great trial if civil war
into which webere beeubroughtby bur
adherenoe et-it , nation to the • t;tuse:of
freedom -and hilmanity, and `to afford,to
us-reasonable •hopesif en ultimate and
happy deliverance from all orir dangers
atui:stnictions: - . •
Now,. therefore, T, Abraham) Linea,
President of the United•States,,do hereby .
-appoint and - set. apart the last.Thgraday
in Noiembet: neat 'as a'day wbidh Ede
sire to: be bbs'erved by all my: fellow old
zeds, *herd - vet .they may then be, 'as a
day of thanksgiving •and pmisci . ti) Al
mighty God,' the Benifieent Creatovand
Ruler of the universe.
'And I'dci , further recommend to' my
fellow citizens aforesaid, that on,that oc
casion they , do reverently. offer :tip'ipeni
tent andlervent'prayers and supplication
to he great dispOser of events for a refurn
of the , : inestimable - Jdessingsi of: peace'
Union, and harniony thiongliont;the land
'which it has pleasdd (Meade •assign. as a
, dwelliOg place for oniselveti and onr-pot
teritj throughout all-generations..:..;
Id testimony whereof, I havelereuuto
set my hand, and caused the.seal of , the
United Slates to be•affixed. -.
•Done at the...city of Washington,• this
20th day of October; in:. the year of our
-Lord :one thonsand . eight" hundred and
sizty-four, and- of the 'independence of
the United States .thd eighty-ninth.--
By the President.
Win: 112 Seward, Secretary of State.
- The , ballot.box-stuffinvi - Democracy.
stoop -to'any mean da to manufacture
' , capital for \their aide. One of theseis
their' willful• and persistent r miskepteient
ations of .the' result of the—vote in this
State at the October election. _They do
not `• scruple' to tamper with the: ballot
boxy' neither do they hesitate to -falsify
figureg. , ' }" - : 4 : -
- No State - ticket haiinO been in :•the; '
field we take . .the vote' for.Congreasmen
Which hatvbeen announced **thus:;.
.For Union CoOgressmen; ,-197,392
'`.For Dein, Congressmen, 197,001
' Union majority 391
The' followiag,are the: official figares•of
the soldiers' vote, as received at thelSee
fetafy State's office
. 12 . 656
Which show a Union majority
thousand and forty:sum.: votes:
A Buivi one' or the
charges on the Biebmond lines, list week,
Corporal Murphy, 158th N. Y. VOls, was
the first; martitri
n, and losing , his
he'ruShed upon a rebel color beirerand
seized the colors with his handl; WreSting
then? from'their - possessor. For thii'gal:
lant'eand . uet General Butler 'gave him a
twenty. days'. - leiVe of absence to go . home
and receive' the,' 'congratulations or 'MA
friends, 05 out of his.own pocket to Pay
his 'expenses; "and commend' hid spei3l
ially, to the Secretary of,War, ,
for a medal
recerding his'galitint deeds. He was first
tendered a lieutenant's commission,' but
• • •
'IN SAIL.--The dry goods:
king., Mr. A. T. Stewart, Of New-YOrk;
evidentlyan tioipates-• siltiall;•- or • spies
breakers' ahead. We - . learn that 'a large
,gonde f . - to the value', of some
two or three Millioos, taken out of bond.
by him last week, have.bien 'Marked to;
_gold at' This ,
certainly indicates' Mr. 'Stewart's belief
that; geld - *ill
_continue to , tumble and if
coldininbles, Prices roustlollcoksuit..
trv_ - - • ; ;
, A SILVER BRICK.-We , waye-hhown.
yesterday valuable contrthn
tibia' 'from' tile oitiiAns of Virkicitil:Oity;.
Nekradd Tefitory, to the f- llnitcds States
Cliri CothOlission, consisted ofa
hitt& ingot of a brick
in' faith': " It iS. twelve' inches in lengilti
foir-iii'breailib.;,- and :three fin: depth - -,and;
iallietratl29os Currenoy; elt id only
a portion of tbe - conitibutions Of theqes.j
idents of that post: On - Moiday;sl43Vin
oniieney :ultS reeeived`lrom 'Foillatid
the territery. - • 'Lag , *ack . 851•,000
from::tbe ladies - of San. Fran
eiseo / and an additional $30,000 from' tititt
ciE , Y aud-IfteTdoifie - coast: ;Large ship
&c.; Save beeil "?se - ni by. the - X=lll6Am
to ego' viocnded Sberidaalr army.
btquiier. (!!.. i-
DREADFUL 'DEATH OF A roima LADY.
—The Keithsburg (Illinois)
vs:—Ou. Thursday ekTning l a st
is Elliot, a yout+latv, i?igv,etitfOr
yipts_of ace, lest her life by4allinginte'a
kettle of h - oilingerght*FrOlassesp:At,ttie
1 ;. sidenco of Drktexta — det,!Yrkitiiiiit,
,e miles east ollithclAbO. ° t She was
1.1 . 1.
'at ay with somileseppliniosts qt-teeAtme
carelessly ruftirrg " paint
11 into it. Her burns - ere severe-iipow
one leg and sno arm, bu robably not
enough. to havato have killed her. had.they
I}eerr l ppapprjy:treated, as after receiving
Item, Ole walked to a neighbor'S,llfr.__Ty 7
ler's. Brit affeTiiiiivroc , there she was
placed h and bucketful after
;jib illicit :ale lin
gered from seven — i6tke evening until ,
half-past four c ililiner - ning, when death
camlo9:49.r:Oligt, .She was -buried :oici
Frydayilo ether we-dding dress 'in - which
she woultinhavivbeerf—irtiarried had
lived it v f§ietliiikisfritei.: `'' - *: ' '
A '"l"imag . nn` in' 25 'fears
very pretly t galling bimsolf,thegr.eatLea=
de r.iatteLtninnntn,zDttltp .de.: G rap,: Evince
de MontenegVoi - ttii r , has bedn: avreated for
ewiniilitig a gentiles siftyci Tell in loge with
the' GOuitess recome tided him, and two
tradesmen; who:trusted . ;him because , the
bankirdldJ•3 - Atelwati:sent -to 7 .l;;viso for;
one yblirjand ''''' • •
' '!IGoitieolo;do teade.ifertUnei
.. _ "Going to d
but a ouse o z r won a nme.
it" has . been - the- bane of more' — people
than:would - fah the censut of a dozen New
Yorks:. The thaw- who is always 'going
to . '" do- it," `rarely fr . ,piet The
only thing that: 64:he does do is te,go out of
the world witliont tioing it. If he has a
task which Must be, done, he - announces it,
with a deal of boaiting' amf ti great waste
of *Oitis,r.tinid onlibreath, that he icgoing
.s "going to do
it," somebody. else:,who is not suspected
of "going to do it s " does it and reaps the
reward;-‘)" . • .
Late iteedunts from t.Petersbiarg, Rus
sia state' . hat; a
~ Catholio,Chnrch in that
city . tuinbleoo,the ground when, it was
crowded-withworshipers,fand as -many as
7,oo9'.per4im Isere, buried beneath its ru
ins. No one was-saved alive. In many
miles there were'no :relatives present to
claim thelbadies that Were recovered, as
the.wliolo' family= had:.beeri kiilled. The
Church had been' con "
sid"ered unsafe, and
MeasureEl hadßeen: taken to repair it, but
the-workmen idid not consider it safe to
work Itporvit; *and' bad - all left it.
Just before GeseraLßussel received his
;death wotind-hemanbadly.wejoded in the
armi from which: the i blnoT. was pouring
,profusely. That General still remixined.on
his ; horse apd was. superintending the im.
porMntimevementt tharfes i nited in victory
sad,saved pur;arnty.:l .one of llis=officors
rode up Whim and said, "General you
should leave tie Eteld,iisee 'how your 'srm
JEI-Alipoipg . ' , !.TbeltGeneral. replied' "Let
itibleededpuct cyou.see .how;we are driving
Ahead", Thesetw.lre the last words the
, 9etikeyel waslipow.to:ntter, for almost in
stantly; belwifs :struck by a portion of a
shell anal:ell dead,- , '
Mosby . Icst a ialnable;assistant a few
days.age in-the : person of e•deserter from
the stb New York 'Cavalry, known as "the
Big - Yanliee4s, -11;6 , fel lcsW figured con
spicuously the ,capture of Gen.-Stough
ton, at Fairfax .qourt,liouse, over: a year
ago. -- .lridced it was_ principalLy .through
his a id I,b4t4Wdash of Noslay succeeded.
ATfew,day_agOtesby had some itupor
t,ant messages to solid to a distant point,
and_ i t, 41' *
_considered a very
darigno . eiae, iChe .Pg Yakee" pro
posed„to,,updertalri - -,the job, end ,Mosby,
considesing ; tiim yery valuable and not de
siring to lose him, ; endeavored, to persuade
not, to go;j4t ; he persisted,, in going, and
AlesbY,fipaltyponscotod. • Qn his,way: he
encountered a,Stnalletinadolljnion caval
ry, who -.halt ed,,hiin -and, demanded his
surrender. Tile refused saying there was
surrenderfor - At the. same-time
he zoramene,ed firinginto•the squad which
ba4 ,b al ted. him. . opr:then rut anted. = the
aompliment r which, resulted in:.his death.
- Cmagirrhegy Noy:, 3.--Officers, from
Cllatepoop, : report,,that-,Shermau returned
to Atlanta early last week with Ewe corps
of,hik i priny,_ leaving- two, corps in:Ten.
negseo under- Thou?as - to ...watch Hood.
lroad from C h awn
ooga to Atlanta, and is sending:the iron
to, the . form or ,p,lace.:,_.:Atlapta: is tburned,
andS!lemau is, marobing,.diereetlyl:'for
PDX 1 04 4 014 0 01 1 Carolina- : •
• ; Anoiher "star constellation, of
ti'reedotn citizens ofNuADA. hay
lug. foily r complied, with .tle Act of• Oen
grpqfpjtaPillg t,hemt to a Mate Gov
_Lincoln-1m issued a
1-, l ,•rgelanktiop AeolMing Apt•en and after
94 0 1 1 .00,,I;e1P4)►:NEVADA. tit z.vimi4ed
into & thg :3 llniou j with all the - zighte•
priireitges.pfAhe psigipal,Sietc., c ato rea
der l ygtttrentembmtha,Oho - Cunstituton of
DfctikdiLtemlm t rpeg,thei ; Wilmot Provis%l
uguykst Blave,ry, o 4eyada manes the thin,
ty-sixth State, ancly_iithayethree,
chel93otil# # kid' F.ree • 'rho
thlieir froth": . •
T The lOsiir takimore Cifdiied
lute' of ,tyyti,,buridred ; ',gtuis id-be fired
E , _r,
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WISTAIS ;BALS4II OF - WILD CHERRY,
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an 4mtt:present a mass of
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ThYportint lienefiis` front the'use agouti- itialu
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- I then procured it hottlexif your ek
cillent Balstrin; and before sheihed taken the
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ins my individiml-case, Made frequent use of
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benefitted -i , JACOB SECHLEIta
President 9f the.3lOrris
town, Nei. - • "
"Having used. /148A2.C
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having. realized- its. heneficiakresults ;gy
family, iit affords...me gr.eatideatinro, in,re,cotn
mending litito the public as a valuable Terns.
.dy-in cases bf weaklun - gs; colds, - cogglia,./kc,
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bave On!Several oecaSiond nied'Da.l
ma's BALSAMOP WlLD•enzunx forseveiVtolds,.
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IE.OO litestand 00 Teptins'Wanted.
mo go, onto a Lumber Job;.ttco ri3ijes abler°
JL Benezette, Elk county,Perna'a:. Diatanco
front here, 43 miles. None Lut.GOOD.CliOp
pers and Woodsmen,goOd Teanis and_Wagons,
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bor.; for tea*, the. Iritn. SteadiTork-ukail `s.
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month and found... For . goodliOr - se:leam and
man, $3 per day and found: - For -good or
,1• 1 ?, per day and found.' The best route
to the - Job is 'dotlit the First Fmk 'of tbe
nemalMning creek and up .BenneWs:Bratach.
Enquire when there for my Foreman, Michael
Courtney" The Job is a good. Otte to — work
teams on. Forty . Dollars per tonivill.be paid
for all IlArirought in. ' Bringin
•t, .AVALTON .DWIGHT:
- Coudersport. Penterr, 5ent.,14,'1.864, •
r.rinc!p a I ! .
Late - of thepAVellsboro Academy, assisted
by competeit Teachers.
The Fall Term commences ,September sth,
and continues Eleven Week. - ' • • • „
Tuition, to_ hp paid - at the - middle - of-the
term, $3 to s£l.?-". Noiclidtar am - tried for less
A Teachers' Class wilLbe instrnetedifteo of
charge. • "
By order ik the Trustees IS - •
D. F. GLASSMIRE,
- P.. A. STEBPINS,
Conderp9 . 44tig'.-;8; 1864.
W4ERESS Letteri A'dni infstiatidu to
the estate of NY3I. JENEIiTS, - kite Sf
§hipl39n tovbaship,C9.therod cohnti,dec l if,hver
been granied to ,-the sebs l eriber, icreo - rni
indebted to Oaid estate' ere , requested to mike'
ipanie4rnte mytagiity and those- IrtieM9Wslott
against the same will .ttesent thtm; dutratt."
thenticated,; for sat:lab - en t:to
Ccinderspdrt Oct. 25 1864.
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