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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1862.
Messrs. MATHER & ABBOTT, NO. :135
Broadway, New-York, are duly authorized to
act for us in soliciting adyertisments, &c., and
receipt for the same.
REMOVAL OF. M.OO LELLAN.-S peak ing
of the removal of Gen. Geo. B. cOlel
lan, the New York Times, decidedly one
of the most .high-toned and conservative
of the Gotham press, holds the following,
which we heartily endorse :
General McClellan has been removed
from the command of the Army of the
Potomac,and General Burnside appoint
ed in his place. The immediate cause
of this removal has been Gen. McClel
lan's refusal to advance against the ene
my, even under the most peremptory or
ders of the General-in-Chief.
We presume that this particular in
stance of disobedience of orders, though
the immediate occasion, is not , the whole
cause of General McClellan's removal.
It is pretty generally understood that
this is only the ,culmination of a syste
matic disregard of orders, of a steady
and obstinate tardiness in the conduct
of the campaign against the rebels, and
of a consequent inefficiency in command,
which would long ago have secured his
dismissal under any Administration less
timid than that which has. now posses
sion of power. The fifteen months du
ring which he has bad virtual control Of
the - war, have been utterly barren of re-
sults to the cause he has professed to
serve. Few commanders in history have
had such splendid opportunities, and
few still have so ostentatiously thrown
them away. With an army capable of
the most heroic achievements, powerful
i tn numbers, unrivalled in discipline and
opnipment, eager always for active and
'coward movement, he has accomplished
absolutely , nothing but successful re
- treats from inferior forces, and the de
fence of the capital at Washington,
which he should have left no foe capa
ble of menacing. The rebel armies have
grown up in his - "presence and by his tol
eration. Through all his career ho has
made but .one attack and won but a
single vietorf, and that became abso
lutely fruitless tbropEh bit) failure te
ilkir"ln excavating the foundation for
a trew manufactory in Pittsburg two
skeletons have been found one apparent
ly that of a gigantic warrior, the other,
from the•numerous ornaments of gold
and silver, such as crucifix, bracelets,
rings, 'diminutive bells, buttons, beads,
etc., 'supposed to have beed an Indian
princess. ai number of other bones have
, been found wherevei the workmen dig
and , the cemetery must have been eaten_
sive and long used by the red men.
air We regret to learn there is trou
ble at Harrisburg in the organization of
the 'drafted men, who claim the right un
der the law to choose their own officers,
while Adj. Gen. Thomas orders their in
corporation with the old regiments. A
case is to be brought before Judge Pear
son,.svhose decision we hope will be ac
cepted by all.
tar The Milan Gazette announces
that six schools are to be opened there
for the purpose of teaching on Sundays,
young women, obliged to work during
the week, the indiments of arithmetic,
geography,ltiFtor . y . 'reading, writing and
needleviotk. • •
liar Gen. Sigel's body guard—only
50 in nuraber—made a gallant dash in
to Frederkeeburg, by crossing the Rap
pa'hannocl ,1 ifiting and wounding 50 re
bels, capturing 24, an& coating the rest,
altogetber'soo in number.
statements alleging disaffec
tion in the army, in consegiteoce of a
change in the command of the Army of
the Potomac, are pronounced by those
who have, the best means of knowing to
be without foundation.
or About one thousand contrabands at
Cairo, chiefly women and children, are
in a most miserable condition from sick
ness sod want of clothing. They are
neatly ail sick, and the average of deaths
is two or three a day.
(Er The Charleston Mercury states
that New Orleans is now occupied by
"8,000 white troops and 6,000 uniformed
negroes." Verily, Gen. Hunter's black
"draft" fgr the cure of secession begins
or Tkere is some excitement in New
Ito* ap,d - other points at the sudden re
moval, 0 . Gee. illcClellan ; but as ull
see it s Zoi a military necessity, it will
be promptly aquiesced in t .
ar; There'ivill be no draft in l'hilddel
pbia,lhe, 9nota in all the wards having .
been Nutt up• by Nolenteering.
eir,Lvd Palmerston has been a mem
ber. Of iheitEnglieli - 41"ouse or commons
for fifty-dye years. ,
er The drafted men, in Pennsylva.
nia, through the efforts of Governor
Curtin, will not be taken to fill up the
old regiments of the line; and as a con
sequence the officers of the volunteers
assigned to the duty of transferring the
militia to the old regiments, have been
ordered.to rejoin their respective com
mands. This happy arrangement has
given the utmost satisfaction to the
drafted men. Another concession has
been obtained by our noble Executive
which is to allow the iilitia to choose
their own field and company officers.
It is stated that Mrs. Henry Bay
lis, the wife of a New York merchant,
has left a home of affluence and ease,
and is now devoting her whole time and
energies to the relief of the sick and
wounded soldiers at Yorktown. She
has not only volunteered to endure the.
privations and discharge the disagree
able duties of hospital life, but has stud
ied the profession of surgeon nurse, so
that • she can care for wounded limb
equal to any of the surgeons 'of the ar
An officer a letter to his fami
ly, who reside at . Black Rock, Conn.,
says : "The coolest thing I ever yet
heard of happened at the-battle of Fair
Oaks. Right in the hottest of the bat
tle, two of the 2d's boys got at logger
heads with each other, threw down their
muskets and fell to it at - fisticuffs, had
it out, picked up their arms and pitched
into the rebels again. I have heard of
a wheel within a wheel, but a battle
within a battle is certainly something
we. The railroad from Camden to
Cape May will be completed next June,
distance eighty miles. The work is now
progressing in ten different sections,
and the train has been contracted for.
So says an exchange paper, and it is
probably true. Cape May will never
be anything without such a road. And
with it, it will take the lead of nearly
all other watering places in the Country.
er A despatch from Washington
says :—"The National Intelligencer,
Secretary Seward's organ here, is out in
a long leader, which is interpreted
here by those whb watch the current of
events, to he paving the way for a with
draw! of the Emancipation Proclama
tion, on the ground that it is inrpracta
or Gen. Cameron arrived at . New
York en Saturday last. He says Rus
sia is our firm and fast friend. Bayard
Taylor is left in charge of the Legation,
until Gen. C's return. The General i s
return, however, depends'on the success
of his management for re•slection to the
U. S. Senate in place of WilMot.
ar It is stated Gen. E. R. S. Canby
has been ordered to take Command of
the drafted militia of this State. Gen.
Canby has just completed a creditable
campaign in New Mexico, and no doubt
the men will be pleased to hear that
they are to be placed under so accom
plished a leader.
cr Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of.the
Interior, bas been or will ba appointed
.to a Jugeship in Indiana. The Hon.
Schuyler Colfax, of the same State, will
it is thought be offered his place in the
Cabinet. No other Cabinet changes
are probable, though much talked about.
Amang those drafted in West
moreland County, Pa., was Robert Car
penter of Mt. Pleasant Township, the
same individual who, but a few weeks
ago, outraged the public feeling there
by parading the 'village with the na.
tional emblem pinned to his shirt tail.
Cr The Daily Morning Chronicle,
Col. John W. Forneys - paper, published
at Washington and considered semi-Of
ficial, speaking of the removal of Gen
eral McClellan says it "was owing to
recent investigations, of an unexpected
Gir A great antiquarian and a good
historian would now hare a fine field for
the exercise of his talents in explaining
the talents and conduct, sleeping and
waking, of two great men, Rip Van Win
kle and John Van Buren.
our The Boston Transcript says that
on Tuesday morning Josiah Quincy, his
son and namesake, and his grandson,
Major Samuel M. Quincy, went togeth
er to the polls in ward four, and deposi
ted their republican ballots.
or Elias Howe, Jr., whose income is
a quarter of a million a year, carries the
mail daily from Washington, seven
miles, to the camp of the Seventeenth
Connecticut regiment, in which he is a
air Mr. Wm. A. Jackson, the ex
coachman of the notorious Jeff. Davis,
has left for Liverpool. He purposes
speeding five or six years in Groat Brit
ain studying and lecturing.
The Duke of Luyaes has just trans
(erred to the French government, by
deed of gift, his magnificent collection
of antiquies, marbles, bronzes and med
als, valued at 1,400,000 r.
.10- The total valuetiou of real and
•personal property in New Fork State,
is 8.1,477,897,109. The State tax is four
mills and tbree-fourths, producing $7,-
-Jr - PaTHE
PEN, PASTE AND SCISSORS,
In Alabama the people are, making'
tea of blackberry leaves.
San Francisco has sent to.the Sanita
ry Committee its second hundred thous
The emperor. Napoleon has purchased
Malmaison, the residence of the empress
Josephine after her divorce.
Women first resorted to tight lacing
to prove to men how well they could
The ladies of Waterford N. Y. adver
tise "a grand concert of Chopping
Knives," to prepare cabbage for pick
tinogfora th o e rk ßoldiers—a novel and Inez.-
An institution of arts and trades`for
women has been established in Paris, to
enable destitute widows and orphans to
learn some branch of art or artistic in
dustry, and so place them in a position
to obtain an independent existence.
The officers of the Eighty-fourth Re
giment of Pennsylvania Volunteers have
presented Governer Curtin with the Na
tional flag which they bore through
three campaigns, under Lander, Shields
The great Exhibition in London has
proved a financial failure. It will close
about the middle of this month. The
expenses have been much greater than
in 1861—the receipts much leas.
Chevalier Husleman, the Austrian
Minister, intends taking up hieresi
dence in the city of New York, where,
for the past year, he has resided most of
A special despatch to the New York
Poet says the President has tendered to
Schuyler Colfax the Secretaryship of
the Interior, in the event of Secretary
Smith's acceptance of the judgeship of
the United States Supreme Court.
General Banks'Texas expedition is fast
fitting out. He will have 20,000 troops
chiefly New England. The State of the
"Lone Stir" will soon wheel into the
Union line and the Union people there
will be protected.
A Cleveland paper says that, the peo
ple of that town are using monse•traps
old jack-knives and shirt buttons for
David Fahs, of York, Pa., has been
appointed an associate juge,of the courts
of that county, vice Judge Rieman, de
Commodore Pendegrant was smitten
suddently with paralysis on Thursday
last, in Pliladelphia, while on his way
to the "navy yard, to attend to his duties.
He has since died. •
At the Burry Theatre, London, a nov
elty has been introduced in the form of.
a looking glass curtain, measuringl,ooo
A young woman residing in Canada,
was bitten last July by a cat, The
wound healed soon , after. But on the
10th ultimo the girl died, from hydro
phobia, in great; agony.
Capt. J. H. Green, who has achieved
a world-wide reputation as the reformed
gambler, has resigned his commission in
the 35th Indiana. The Governor of Tn
diens will tender him a commission as
field officer in some of the regiments
which are to be reorganized.
Water is now .introduced into San
Francisco through an aqueduct extend
ing to Lake Honda, a distance of some
thirty-two miles. Through this flume,
which is sixteen by thirty. inches in its
dimensions, water flows at the rato of
three millions of gallons a day.
The Utah Indians are reaping stern
punishment for their crimes. At Salt
Lake City, recently, Colonel Geary, of
a California regiment, held twenty-fonr
Indians as hostages for the return of
two who had murdered some emigrants.
The two not returning within the time
appointed, the twenty-four were taken
out and shot.
The Cincinnati Commercial says that
some two years ago- an old gentleman
living in. Paris, Ky.,-emancipated about
twenty,of his negroes, and sent them
into Ohio, where he gave them farms.—
They prospered. Now the old gentle
man for his patriotism to the govern
ment, is driven from his home in Ken
tucky, and finds an asylum-with his form
A lady went to Washington several
weeks ago, to visit her husband who is
in the army, and while stopping at a ho
tel she obseried that the blankets on
the bed had rather a familiar look
and on- examination, discovered her own
name •on the margin', and recognized
them as the same she had sent to her
husband some time previous, Vat which
he had never received.
The Boston correspondent of- the
Washington Chronicie says that Paran
Stevens, who has for ths last fourteen
or fifteen years been the landlord of the
Revere. House, and for about half that
period of the Tremont House, also, has
disposed of his interest in these estab
lishments to Messrs. Brigham and Un
sley, who have served their apprentice
ship under him. This will leave. Mr.
Stevens with the New-York Fifth Ave
nue Hotel, and the Philadelphia Conti-,
nontal Hou,se to look diet._
TLIE REMOVAL or MCOLELLAN.—The
cause for the removal of Gen. McClel
lan from the command of the Army of
the Potomac, when first announced, was
not well understood ; but it is now clear
ly explained. A:letter from Gen. Hal
leek, the General-in Chief, in answer to
inquiries made of him by the Secretary
of War, dated as early as Oct. 28, which
reveals same of the causes. Doubtless
the immediate reason was Gen. McClel
lan's refusal to march, as ordered, against
the enemy. On the first day of October,
Gen. McClellan was urged by Gen.-Hal
leek to cross the Potomac and give bat
tle to the enemy, being at the same time
reminded of the disadvantages.of delay
ing until the Potomac should be swollen
and the roads impaired by the autum
nal rains. Finding that this produced
no effect, Gen. McClellan was "peremp
torily ordered" by Gen. Halleck, on the
6th of October, to "cross the Potomac
and give battle to the enemy, or drive him
South. . For three weeks this or der was
not obeyed, and the only excuse given
for not obeying it, so far as appears—
the want of supplies--is shown by the
letter of Gen. Halleck, in which 'he
quotes the evidence from Gen. McClel
lan's Aid-de-Camp and Chief Quarter
master. Col. Ingalls, and practically sus
tained by a letter from McClellan him
self, to have been utterly without foun
dation. The disclosures of this letter
of the General-in-Chief, conce-ning Gen.
McClellan's constant and reiterated
complaints of lack of supplies are to say
the least, very remarkable, and deserve
A, LOYAL ! CONVENTION OF TILE PEOPLE
OF TILE UNITED STATES.-A national con
vention of the loyal people of the Uni
ted States, in favor of a vigorous pros
ecusion of the war, has been called to
meet at Pittsburg, Pa., on Tuesday, Isla
vember 25th inst. The call is signed by
most of the business houses in Pittsburg,
and has, therefore, no partisan aspect.
It is intended that this convention shall
express the determined and
. fixed pur
pose of the loyal masses to overthrow
and wipe out,tbe preient rebellion, by
progressive and energetic action on the
part . -of the country's` rulers, civil and
military; to punish the authors and ac
tors of this great outrage upon human
rights, and re-establish upon permanent
foundations the free and enlighted insti
tutions of the fathers of the. Republic.
THE QUESTION TO BE TESTED.—Indicl,
ments have been found in the Jersey
County Circuit Court against Lieuten
ant Colonel Milton S. Littlefield, 14th
Illinois cavalry, and Adjutant Wm. A.
Scott, 14th Illinois infantry, for bring
ing servants into the State. Each
brought helm a negro from the war, and
hence the indictment Both were pres
ent duringthe . seision of the court—and
one is a Republican and the other a
Democrat. The penalty is a fine of $lOO
to $5OO, and imprisonment in the coun
ty jail not more than one year,
SUICIDE IN LOWELL. - The Lowell
(Mass.) papers say that on Monday eve
ning Julia Stone, twenty-eight years of
age, from Norway, Maine, drowned her
self in the canal near the Lawrence
corporation., She had worked for some
years in the mills, and since their stop
page had been employed in making sol
diers' clothing at very low prices. 'She
had been in a depressed state for some
time on account of her prospects the
REVOLUTION IN EUROPE.-ACCOrding
to the latest advices from Europe, there
is a revolution goiog on in Greece.—
King Otho has abdicated, and his sub
jects have gott,on up a "provisional"go
verument of their own. In Prussia, the
King has assumed a sort of military dic
tatorship, trampled on the constitution,
and defies the people. This looks like
revolution also. Europe will have some
`thing-to do before long, besides med
dling with American affairs.
EXEMPTS FROM FUTURE LP RAFT. -It has
been decided that if a person has been
drafted, and furnishes a substitute who
is under age or an alien, he is faWfrom
all future drafts. But shoulene sub
stitute be on the roll of the_gtilitia, and
another, draft is ordered, and.lhe sub
stitute is drawn, the.principal who em
ployed the substitute has to go himself
or procure some other person.
A MAMMOTH Cuassa.—A cheese was
exhibited at the late New York State
Agrieultural Fair which weighed 1,030
pounds, and was manufactured in a sin
gle day, in one curd, from the milk of
900 cows. -
eir Counterfeit $5O and $lOO Treas
ury notes, raised from ones and twos,
are reported to be in circulation. If peo
ple will exercise ordiary care they will
not be victimized.
Ur James E. Murdoch, Esq., lids re
signed' his commission in the army, and
will resume the duties of his profession.
isir Two New York speculators in
government claims have been arrested
and sent to Fort Lafayette:
Alir The people of Wilmington, N.
C., are dying faster than coffins can be
made to contain them.
fir The report that Cassius M. Clay
sent a challenge to a Mr. Birdsall; turns
out to be a canard.
WIIY TO TRENTON ?—Many persons
are perplexed to know why Major Gen
eral McClellan has been ordered spec
ialy to report at Trenton, N. J. The
fact is of no importance, so far as the
locality is concerned. Perhaps be in
dicated that city as preferable for re
tirement in consequence of that city
being the present residence of his fath
er-in-law, General Marcy, and of his wife,
and hence, we presume, the War De
partment specified it as a point to which
to report. 'The main object was that he
should leave the army, that he should
be releived from active duty. The De
partment is of course indifferent as to
. point of retirement of
any of those who are relieved from ac
tive duty for a time. All that is requir
ed is to have a fixed locality, so that in
case of a demand for their service, a
summons.to duty may reach them speed
ily, as possible.
Sabre Outs, Gunshot Wounds,
and all other . kinds of Wounds, also
Sores, UlCers and Scurvy, heal safely
and quickly under the soothing influence
of Holloway's Ointment. It heals to
the bone, so that the wound never opens
again, boldiers, supply yourselves.
Only 25 cents per Pot. 233
far In accordance with the recom
mendation of the >Military Commission,
Colonel Thomas H. Ford, of Ohio, and
Major Baird, of the 126th New York
volunteers, are dismissed from the ser
vice of the United States. Uen. Julius
White is by the same order relieved
from arrest and ordered to duty.
Cr The commission, headed by Gen.
Hunter, appointed to inquire into the
causes and the pities cencarable for
the surrender of Harper's . Ferry, have
made a report in which they condemn
iu plain terms' General Wool and Mc-
Clellan and Cols. Ford and Miles.
gir Gen. 0. M. K. Mitchell, the great
astronomer, the Meshed orator, and pa
triotic soldior, recently in command of
the U. S. forces at Beaufort, is dead.
He died at Beaufort, S. C., on the 30th
ult. of yellow fever, in the 52d year of
sir Three Episcopal Clergyman, at
New Orleans, declining to obey the or_
ders of Gen. Butler, to, offer the prayer
for the President of the United. States,
as set forth in the Prayer Book, are
now on their way to Fort Lafayette.
sEr A lady in Newington, England
recently when in company with some
friends indulged in a hearty laugh, and
in a few minutes after a quantity of
blood-gushed from her mouth, and she
Zir Maj. Gen. 4unter has egain,been
asigned to the command at Beau
fort, S, C., made vacant by the death of
Gen. Mitchell. He will leave"-Wash
iagton for his post in few days.
!Et The regular army of the United
States now numbers 40,000 man, and
when all the new regiments are filled
theft) will be nearly 45,000 regulars in
titir At St. Louis on Saturday, the
Unitiid States quartermaster awarded
contracts for 300 mules 'at $9O each, and
900 do. at $lOO each.
Gen. Anderson has been assigned
to the command of the troops and forti
fications surrounding Covington and
The Roman Forum is now a cow
market, the Tarpeian a cabbage-garden,
and the Palace of the °roars a rope.
car Charles Oakford the hatter in the
Continental Hotel building, died, in
Philadelphia on Tuesday last, of paraly-
LIST OF LETTER'
Office at Marietta ;
Alexander, J. W.
Bickler, F. A.
Bonham, Mrs. Matilda
Brooks, Mrs. Rosa
Clark, John T.
Cline, Mrs. Margaret
File, Mrs. Mary M.
Firgry, Miss Sarah
Garver, Samuel S.
House] & Bowinan,
Hogans, Miss Mary J.
Hinkle, Samuel A. -
Johnson, John W.
Jeffries, Mrs. Caroline
R. P. James & Co., 2
Klimser, Mrs. Anna
Ketstotter, Fred'k. 2
•• Remaining in the Post
a., November 13, 1862.
Keith, Mrs. Anna
Longenecker Miss Sue
Mehan, Mrs Sarah Ann
Maier. Mr. Jean
Noel, Miss Catherine
Napp,• , William •
Nagle,. Mrs. Lizzie
Pearsoh..Miss Mary E.
Seaman, Joseph F.
White, David D.
Wiley, H. H.
W. 13. Thomas & Co. 2
Young; Mrs. Nancy
etters on the above list
CASSEL, P. M.
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Having just returned from the city where he
selected a large, verb d and fashionable assort
ment of everything in • the
HAT AND CAP LINE,
and now only asks an examination of his
stock and prices; before purchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a stock of Hutting materi
al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufacture all•qualities--from the common soft,
to the most Fashionable Silk Hat.
Employing none but the best of workmen,
and manufacturing good Aloods at low prices,
be hopes to merit and receive s liberal share of
public patronage. 113- The highest price paid
for Furs.—in trade or cash.
Marietta, March 9, 1861.
lloward Association, PIIII.ADELPLIIA
For the Relief of the Sick and Distressed,
afflicted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases,
and especially for the Cure of Diseases of
Me Sexual Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
Valuable Reports ou Spermatorrhcea, or
ceminal Weakness, and other Diseases of the
Sexual Organs, and on the New Remedies em
ployed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in Ssaled letter envelopes, free of charged--
Two or three Stamps for postage will be ac
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON.
Actin. , Howard Surgeon, Hoard Association, No. 9
Soutli s Nintli. Street, Pluladelphia,-Pa.
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
RATEFIII. for past favors I would ratite
my thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old Whims at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSLILERES VESTINGS,
which will be made up to order at the shortest
notice by the best of workmen, andpn reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to wait
upon my old customers' nd all who see proper
t) patronize me hereafter. jOet.29-'66.
EIIiSMAN , S
Saw Min and Lumber Yard,
(`CONSTANTLY on hand a full assortment
of all kinds of Seasoned Lumber, which he
o Ms at reasonable prices.
Boards, Plank, Joist, Scantling,
Rafters, Laths, Shingles,
Pails, 43-c., 4-c., 4.c.
OAK, PINE 6, HEMLOCK TIMBER
All orders attended to with dispatch.
T. M. ERISMAN.
H. L. St E. J. ZAHM
.4 Ij/ ESPECTPULLY inform their
l'efriends and the public that they
siV still continue the WATCH, CLOCK
AND JEWELRY business at the old
stand, North-west Corner of North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pe.
A full assortment of goods in our line of bum ,
ness always en hand and for sale at the lowest
cash rates. la. Repairing - attended to per
sonally by the proprietors.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish WHISKIES,• warren
ed pure, at H. - D. Benjamin's.
SALT ! SALT ! you wain to buy'
SALT CHA'AP P
Call at the store of SPANGLE& & Pxrrtasot4