Burlington Weekly Hawk Eye

October 26, 1861

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Burlington Weekly Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - October 26, 1861, Burlington, Iowa BURLINGTON WEEKLY HAWK-EIE awnKMT XORXIKG, 'i Pall, wmr of Km id Jeftrwn Slrwis, ESTABLISHED] BurairnGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .se, isei.'; r s Battery were sworn into service m June IslofJi'ly. Yet tbevare "till here idle, hiving no guns.1 Col BJMJ'S Ikfiimcnt of Cavalry has cost the Gov tfnmenc at least been in tbo jervice for last three months costing a 1 xrge gum (or subsistence, and tet is not armed, fbe itrne A true of Col. arren's Regiment. They nonruiB ot our last advicua Seven hun- dred men and hor-rt, composing in part a Bent of Cavalry Raised ID Illinois1 surrendered it Lexmcton, the horses and expensive equip menu falling into toe hands of Price, toe men Virg liberated on parole This Regiment, al fioogh raised laat Spring and for some time pre Tioos to the surrender, employed in the eneny 'a 0002 try, fad no gaits, no means of defend ing ;he foraficBXioss cxcspt with their sabres pistols. 0 There is evidently a great lack of energy and efficieucr some wbere, winch is coating the country ft great o.eal and reta-ding ihe ef ffbrts of the loyal people of the West to put flown rebellion Thia want of promptm 10 bringing the men raised into the field, 19 chargeable 'to the War Department, and ought taberemedicd atonce ough tobe able to see tejond Washington Iowa ois furnished as uianv troops in fitr DOpjkliOTi as anv State in the Uu on They bare dine more efficient lia d fighting than any oth r troops m proportion tieir Let the Government supply tliose with arn A who bpve been moiitua wmling or disband them ind atop the Their presence idle aud unarmed is a reproach upon Government, and serious obstacle to the recrniting "Webster the Gieat Expounder t ue Constitut on, la dead There is no iort ol doubt about it But ibe people ought to fat thanftfi.1 and take courage, for Dave jull hres to 11 tc-pret the Coistitution and Laws ind he bound lo do n Ho sow s upon a small and unapnrecmUve pub he in the village of Fairfield, JeSerson com ty lLough the a wenUv paper He to be tranaDlanted to a more congenial to I In the last I-BUG one b de of bis pjper i principally taken, up in proiing ths.1 tnc Decla ruioti of Independence didn't include that'under this declaration Southern traitor'; when thev get whipped at a Prudential (let tion have a perfect right tobrcik up the Union sod overthrow the Govenmi.nl, and L Tcoln "or anv other mun" is a ind i ttrant and violates the Constitution ifhe wield the powe- of the Ginernment to put down belliori Tbe other sue of the paper is occu pied almo-t exclusively with an article headed 'iepro eqaalitv which we con ider u good JOKC OD ihe if David was t1 c CE v ija-iv concerned the niggers would have the A Brltlant Claw. Probably the most distinguished ClO-S thut ever grndmted at West Point, lhatol 1842 Twelve of its members have been made Gcnei iJs in cither the loval o" rebti armies. They follows with at their timD o grndna ion 2 John New Ion, Brig Gen U S -A 5 Wm S Roaencrans, 0, 8 GUB N Smith, Ki, Gen in rebel army 9 Mansfield Lovell, D C Eng Gen 17 John Pope, III "USA. 28 Seth Williamn, Me 28 Daniel H Hill, S C rebel 40 Richard H Anderson SO" 42 JHtnesTI Shermnn, N" J, u TT S A 52 jDiirl Von Dorn, Mi38T rebel arm; 54 James Long tent, Ala In addition to these Generals were the follow ing eminent civilians and military also in tbe order of their griduating merit, besides several Colonels of Volunteer regiments. 1 Henn L t ustie, Prof Eng EfitJi'y S Jchn D 'Kunlz D C, Mnj tJ S Eng 7 Barton S Alciarder, K) Maj TJ S Eng 11 James G Sinker, i H Prof of Ordnance, l_Wtst Point 16 M L Smith, N Top Eng USA, 24 Abram Doubleday, N Y Maj U S A (of Fort Snmler 59 Geo Tyler, Ind, Ool U S Infantry MASOSIC HALL, BCKLIHGTOV, Tom) Oct 16th, 1861 f At a cillcd meeting of Des Momcs Lodge Wo 1 nnd Burlington Ledge No 20, neld at the r Hall on Wednesday evening, Oct T6tb, for tbe purpo c of attending the funeral of Dr J F DtfFenbacherj the following Resolutions were, adopted Wheroao, It has pleased the Supreme Kulcr of the Lniverse lo call Irorn us our noi tby and beloved brothcc, J F DefTenbicher" Therefore Resolved, That while we bow with bumble submission 10 the dippontmtion of our Father, BO feel that the death of our brother our order has lost npripht member and ore of its brightest ornament--, Ins friends mid Re qua ntunces one th it v, an tried und true, and an honest man Ktsolved, Thit m the nauy excellent qu ill ties that cluster nround the Ue our dtpartcd brother and which endear ins memory to us ne chancier gqunrcd bv the square of Until and virtue and 01 cm e i ulatiou Resohed, That we hope tlint we will not b- deemed as invading the ot domestic letting when we tendir to hio lelaliuns our heartfelt -vinpnthy m their affliction Rewhed, Tlmacop) of these Resolutions be forwardid to the finnlj of the deceased and also to the Burlington Hawk forpubhcatior Wu F BAIHD GKO GOODRICH p'o- tbe- Hank Eye Uie Blehtlo Control tlie I. O. O, F The following mre tkueu officers of Grind at the st'sion beld here W P Alltn Dubnquc.M W Giand Ifnstcr M H Cooler Fnrmin0'ton, R W D Grand Mat-ter T E Ptlla R W Grand Wai den Garretl Burlmglon, R W Grand See re tun To1 Tn nsurer B Glenn, Bloomfield R. W Grand Cameron baa aav ineea lo tbt Stales 40 percent on account of ibcn expend lor troopa called into servict, up to a j di momlirgo Inoiam floO.OOO, I" i D z Fnck Mount Tleisant W Grrnd M Erie r Leech Keol uk, K W Grand Rcpre sentauve to G TJ U S Julius C Pt id, Iridi i loin W Grnno Cbaphnn I J EdRiitgton Eldoni G.nnd Ponduetor E R CInpp De-.Moinii W Grand Mnnthnl PbitctudConleo F Madison, Gr ndGuar Olio, 000, Wisconsin 8205 Michigan, 000, Iowa, 5-60 000 ?606 OuO iltuuc S200.000, Vci Cadwc'l an ot-euln of CMcag 1m- iis ju-t bad a leroict retained ftgain1-! him for ai1 lit AlO.OOO The no ttia. iht aen .t Camp Holt, of the mactuih o' neir dailv life, iia-e wil! hickorv swords, und art practici g the broad STord eic c e _ A darin0 aliempi ft. Maqjoteta, a da} 3 ec surrou idtd the hou had some lew buudrtd do in his Tivo at was made since Six mounted e of Mr Knthbun, who lli ot the Sehoo1 fund ol them en.cred house, and Jt one tu ie three istols w ere poiott J u bid bre md one iu iht hend of Ins wift reraarlialj'c pretence of mind hedashta osi jt b s dooi -homing fur Imp Tbie roused hj neighbor', a d 'nghttn.d the thieves who nucnWo and rode anav without gtttinga Neldon, Sutler lo the "ihlonaRcgi Col Laonian, in tonn re.crns to the Rt0iment, tioucd il Ei-d B Point, to morrow Mr i gn ea a good report of the Re0iratnt It 1ms Ken provided irti. cood aim clutniiig i.e and in eice'lmt coi dmon Col Lauman bne proved am tlf a gooel di-eiplinnri ir and air to ajRe oae o' '1 e best in the -erv ec froi i State the lollo viug item, B Inch we cup from me Louts Democrat of the I7lh tic llut ocr fir-rd u- cot B itr 011 the Hafsk Fit Suw 1 Tht Hawk Eje SUte bus two cuiup mies of lite F loftu ry, ard 200 end ot railrouJ i-cii She pot ti e iron at Rock I-laud fte me unoer pbligntioi 3 to Ujpl. luehard C Grar for Hit oduetion to Mr Me ft, Ewing, tf Bu hngtot, isro baa abandoned tlie ,liietwaWsof a life for ibe storim pnat. l me ol a 'iver oecupauci) Be i-> ou the Hawk Statf, es ctork, and tvijoje the coDfidcnceof tlic Upper Mis people." senger i low FMFNT Uity, M W Gn T Cl Fatnardi TV E Woodwird, Burin gttm, M L Grind Htffh W B Kerns Dnvenpoit K W Grand Senior Wm den Wm Girrett, Burlington R W Grand Scribe Tohn B GUnn Bloomheld R W Gra id Tren-urcr il Dnluqne, R W Grand Jun IOF Wardtn Wm Gnrrctt Burlington, R W Grand Rep G L U b JohnPerdew Keoknk W Grand Suilmel 1 lie otxt of the Grand wnd G Lncimp-ncnt will be he d at DC! uquc, on the fir t Wednesday uftei the ibud Tuesday of Oct 1SG2 Army Correspondence. biRACDst Mo Oct. 12, 1SG1 We nrnved in pi ice 1 ist m0ht, after a f tigmng mHrch of three dns, through the run and nnd pitched our the s >uth side of illagc, on a gei sloping hill Tbe disia. grfnt but tve stoto to stop one day nt Tipton nbout six of this point is located on tbe Pacific thirty "is miles of JeRirson CHJ, tj fiie miles south of on ce rup-ed over w 13 not so if the roads eompcllcd us uud iwc the Mm TIJE LOAJI in hdrertCement anotbe coiunin it will eicn that Sir o' the State Bint, has been appointed ictct of ibe Goierumeot to receno eub-ciip- Hcaitu the >ilionJ Loan 'n this Stare Aside from motives of patrioti OT and loi e o! our Gov ercme t and free ip-ntul undoubtedh tbiQ Lew affotas ire bt topportum for mioinieiit tbai cow or wul "oon be presented to Persons Having Siviftli us that, do not nted for use, eannot make so an mvestniCQt tt eo good a rale ot ini.tr See aoTcru-enionL Rncr There ore noii near as I cm iearn, within a ritdius of twenty fhe miles, about forty tbousm d troops tbnt; is a half circle with that rulroad form nig me diameter or ccrd of the tire Eundaj, Oct 13th Cinieron m t wuh Gen Ficmortt the troops 11 Uiis place (o dnj Tl c Secret m is a pi tin, unaesuimifc fine lool ing old gentlemen The 10 the is probably to asccrta n v persoiiHl nbccrintion, and comniitDitfiiion tiih p i ono and Oiiieers the ground if llie Gen that he i av be better prepared to att upon them Oc Ircmont, with one liMaion of ihe arm i, has cone south from Tip on and Stigel with another, 1ms stalled for btidiilm Col wuh ttie Invn 5th, came into 1 ist night, nnd passed on this morning for Ottenillc, nnd will probablv go South from that point Wednesday, Oct 16 MckmstrvV division of the arnn IA atill bert, wjiting transportation if troops ttiil nocessanly be Can any man of common intelligence believe that if slavcrj had never this cnuiitiv the South would now be in armed rebellion against the laud Impossible 1 Or if by some resistless power th institution were annihilated, the hostile urmic would not be -virtuallVdisbunded in a. month This result would be inevitable Slavery, witl i s corrupting influences of ignorance, pride nr rogance, ambition, and tyranny, hea at the foundation of tins terrible rebellion Can it, be put down, ind this treason be thoroughly ed out and annihiliitcd, without interfering w ith this system of ivery Allow me to put thu subject fully tsefore'the Ttie- authontj of ihe General Government must Absolutely- be ro established either vatfiDt without the destruc tion of the institution of slaverr Jf the latter" whnt then will be the pos tion of slavery among us in the future f The history of the paat, tho calamities of tlie present and the hopes and in terests of. the future, all demand an immediate the propLB interests ns rnitior B pence, n nation's power, a nation's i or and glorj, d nation's very tercets involving, the prosperity and happiness ofunboin mil'ions, appeal to the whole people for a Mtfimtc answer And m up that answer we call "pteiul attention to the following If elm-pry is to exist undti ;ho General Government when re established it nu3t be Just ns ii witu ita iiHuence and political power, before tbe rebel ion, and this-nseaulS upon the-Government was Its prm'eges will be-enlarged and ts powers mcreaBed, or{ S Its powers and pn vilcgesmust be'curtnled, reduced and limited "Here is uo other form in which slavery can ex at in this country but under one or other of posihoos, jhd fhe people alone hate the iowor md the light Eo say, which it shu.ll be ihull it be tho fii tt Tlieu less than three liun red thousand number of tJave. the and influence of the sjstrm, are to control the interest, the oijor and the pence of tbu thirty millions of tiiv nation A majority of the Presidents of ic United States must, be fllaveon tiers, nnd id and defeiidera of the system of slavery A inajonty in the Cabinet upon the Siprerne ,h, in (ill the nnpoitant offices at home anl ons abroad, must be slaveowners or at east defenders nnd luppoiteid of the sjstcm And then the must be ad mi5tc ed in. nccordance with the inso ent demands of tbe institution, nnd i41 oiher ;ts of kht natiou rendered subaaruentto ms or the tyrants will be brandish d ihn nution she id, und thrents of disunion Hindered in The nation's Cdi ti 1 a con apt nud ;ibccile adroiitiatrntionlikc the pistorajusi nuJ :m one III e tbe present fumahes a pretest to mew and repeat the rebellion with inciensecl in ors ind dt-rokting power If tins is the isncr of the people, fbnt is lo bf .rod to ita former posilion nod power, then, ir resisting this rebellion is consummate follj id madness Pjr, in the enO, we shall .jam i dy notkit j and shall loee all tiic icn and means that this wur wi I coat, will lose atmnil c nflilcnce nt home, in d t ation il onoi and influence nbroad, and iMll vntuaily o buniia for the ponci to renew tbe ebcllion with i1 e ibsolule certmntv of success n tV utler ruin of the Constitution and GOT rn men t If the pecplc submit Lo tins nnd allow slavery id the "lave power to resume their foimer ttnude ind exercise then former influence, and ,pr m the nution, t the execiation mid ihe supreme eon iptol ilic civilized world, md will to educed theinsehes to the iery orcgi of sla But hbill u be the wwirf-f SI mil the jifegeti ptiwcrB find influence of shvcn be rxL el and cnlarscd" Who will clan Who will be bold enough to utter it in the cJ.r-% >f freemen' Enlarge tbe privileges uid in xeasis tlie power of a "v tcm founded in robbT} .i d linn ixcd ill th it has murdered its mil ion" and Clled the hearts of millions moic with ;riel iind nnginsb anuitcrubk tbnt IB row sock ng the rk tmction of the government on mrlh and is desolating tbe md null the firta f cm! war1 i'.one but the of tlie race lonld act up such nn iitrocious clnim And if such n mornl moniUr co ild be fo nd be should be scorcheii and witheied Ijj tlio mcignition of the tlie his very would become i burden! But will the people decide that tne doom of 'hverj in Ihe luture sit ill be the tfuxP That it shall be tuitailed, rcdicedand hraiwd in all its po vera prmlcRca i nd If the people '-s-nzr PAIAI. ACCIDJ-.T the tr.ni iicg we ton Saturday ngtit pis td Oneida, atlemplfd to on board while the rs itere j) motion She WB-J thrown tnd filling between the p'a.trorm und Htshorrbty mansled i! eiJ iinniedi Sf" flock of number ug abou' 450, through the yeote dsj en route for count) The) are i iieoded lor gtocli e 3 i .L t tne Qu ftcr r (tt t! i -cce from IbibdtlphiA invoices 'or cin p equipage, ie tie Regiment, which will be here dunug the week.________________ has been repreeen'ed to me, that tbr tv, itist 1.1 liut tlieir numbers are sufficient retard ternulv the wheel ot progress To nch let me s iv j our een ice is not needed ic who doet i u i things will free the sliveE :e whose olli e is to have meicy will hmcmer upon If at He will show jou that slavery sa nalioni! MI', nip, he nlready "bowed ou tb ard he will make jou fecJ it more cnlv As to the pohcF of the n ni d who t, let me kindly sug Mt th it i on c nniot liiic this war ns you scpm i desirt th i it should be (.erminilcii You ve choiei is eiervthing with )u in theie is so much polic) ihni otb friends i d enemies know th t itw policy id nothing c! e You piotect tht of rintors from pilicy You condemn iremonl's -otnimati in from pol c) All tlna IB en i avoid it But wh it 3011 ratmot wili be I i and whuu }ou would do II be done This rebellion uill never be put iwn b> h policy Bin 301 iimll he pit jwti Thp I iilniitmg is on the wall ULII nmg Iron plum propositions, I could never ve concluded that the country would be waged intci tlie Uoriofa of civil war hv South n devils Ren Boning thus, I -vculd never -licvcd llntEtgland would attempt 10 rai e lie blocked Tluc the former h m come1 to puss d BQ mil iht hitter What shall come to pass en no oif i i teil But we will be putiHlif 1 our i icional sin and tJts opprexr-ed will And h icnn BemocnUit pnnci lea v.ill t n ih orehe the world will go back ita forffl r 1 fcpot c kind of gotemments A few wo respecting F emot t Ihnt he is pried i one will doubt But Scott ma t! e ibmetcin- thev sent im nrniv n to that iinghior i in "Viiginin The) sent them >tre deleaved and Utevr leader uas move! ummiied the greatest blunder in it case? Solas 1 remont erred hut not with .cb aianS m-a results ScoH WBB out gcneial d He Eint troops after a wily tot and via nught JVt. i ont was ont fl, ei go he 1 ust be itwatvtl Or it inaj be he is removed or Tin prue nnation If the humility is his ;reit st Lunt r Po lev poncv I polity thtn tansparfiul not his watchword Ho was 'ppo-cd t8 humble I, liotnonc obull never bo-li ambit d, Beaw i- it, linmbleil nnd ihc arm of m m d stronger than that of the Onunpoteiit rl LSASBEIL There i I be i gaihenng of the people at Consuth, lawn on (25tb inst fur tbo mrpo'-e of lie nrcscntation ol a rich si k fisg procured, by t ic 1 idles of Yellow Spring Town- rothi Kassuth Gnrtids preuoua to tlicir p7rlura Iru T this State to in crushing it the BT i icbellion m this Government A nnernviiJ tt np by the Ladies, speeches md 'a goon tune generitlh expected Two o'clock is tl e 1 our for the presentation Oct. 1801 U L EDITOR i HATVK EYX jfn be kma enough to ttuy sh in yoi r p pi i, for tilts' inlbr mittion of c( rrcsponden'B of iheSth Regiment of [owa Volunteers, the foi So wine notice Direct (to ihe proper- town Volmttcers, MtEmstri'd Divi-iDn, St Lnu- 18 MO l Will other pnpora m the Stite pleaso cooy H it, BOBBBTS, Regimental P il MR. "Enl'ro'K ixjHrap- w scene of sotue occasioned, by frn the same time, was an attach uppn Ri drivirg in YoPja1 portiont-of Nofeman's IJhnc (Centrujm) Cavalryjr iippearani of a steamec from Ccjlumbus, bearing a flag truce ii f j y, The cavalry fight occurred'about seven miles from south wesc, between the roudi between Copt .Kolerann'fl Cavalry, nod a hun dred orniOTe Secesli, HEsaiesip plans, most of wjiom wens Om boys fount that the encmrwere inking then) agd wouk capture1 they retreated into camp Thej but one man corporal, who waa fibot through the henu and fell dead Fuur had their horses shot under them and took to the woods firing from behind trees until tl comrades retreated, when they made their wny is best they could to camp arriving aboui hours after the others. The bors suv they se-en of tho Secesh full, one of whom waa the Onplain, brave and fine looking fellow, kill d by Sandy Brown, u crack shot Four or ive of tbe boy1! are wounded but not bad! One of their horsea fell before arriving lit ctinp and one or two otlierj. die It ia to ace thu which tbesi animala eibibit whoa suffering' from thoextrnc tiqn of bulls nnd of their wounds i truce is by our field though concur in the jpinion that itfw is sent up for the purpose of ipymg out our positiotisnnd tlie numbemnd ar- of our forces Tiprc hSsLbeeo a ;rcat many Biliv things done in of be world but the simplest of nil was suffering that truce bont lo ran in, wuhont an ea irt, as IE did jcsiertla} giving ample time id opportunity foi uij one tu sketch all our iositicna from the detk or pilot house The boit could be for tfirce or four miles down ho liver fro n Fort Holo or Cairov yet it WHB uffered to run right up slongside of Fort Holt which it aerated mxioi a to get n cur ind >ut in foil view rise "in the liver) of lie uufintalud and uurorUfied aide of Bitd'a (for ut le fat a tlnrd of the foi tlfications eqnired here remnm untouched vet, notwith t riding the gnsing illy mude i shoot for Cnro hmbor, tho Aleck Scott pushed out, hooked on o her and accompanied her a piece down tbe ccr l- A gunboat might met hti two miles nn tbe river jnd transacted, all the business seessan Scv latopol wat sketched by just uch unotlipr opcratio i, nnd we detirly or thi" if Pillow Poll Ghcadiain and Johnson ,rc it Columbusnith menuams reported Wo m iy hive i dcapeiate fight hero before mam daj-s When our Iowa friends hem of he 2d Regiment going into biuit, let them re lembtr tlint have been icduted by dtS ilh i-cliurges until wo eiin t nun out 00 men fat foi ictne duh, ai d let them judge 3 accordingly W 1 ope the euemy will nttuck us in our posi ons but wi h the umber waa cut i waj faitlier tliccmbankncuts, mid tht eastcrr ei d of IG fortificitiouTcoinjileted to ttie rncr fhe nerry Lielow c rtnmlv intend to strike some wbcre very soon ________ H S .iKFiERSON ClTT Mo Oct 8, 1S61 MR. EniTOH are slill tbe meenmpwe lid ft lien I wrote jou HID hgriph id vised of ill import it inovemenU of tht nrmv ccncentluted in Ins region I sb li confine mrsclf to mutters fhicli more immedmtelv concern our own Regi nent flie regiment has been drilling m the manual if nrm" which we received since we came o Ih d p) ite, nnd exbibiU, ue a com nendablt prohcn icy in the use ol them Col McDowell is K strict sin ill, is n matters of gnat importance, and I Imzird ition that no regiment m llie Wceti.rn )ivis on of the armj, will mukt tt rnoio impo ig nppe trance on purnde, ihun the one he has he honor to command His tint, poi tly fig t! c lions to great advantage, in full uniform un the :ld M-njor Gorfat, tot, is ft good coadjutor in eeondifig and cinynig out tht views nnd pi is ihe Colonel Lieiucnint Colonel Cummings a joined the Hcgimcnt, find from the liort aequaintunco we have had with him, con Jcr him a %aluftble nccoBBion Since we luve been in tl IB camp, the Regi ment his been constantly employed on oieket iutv, nnd in chopp DC and clearing the hills of ber, sons tofpeo an unobatiuctLd ninge (f he batten s winch surround tlie cm Thm is kerned to nn ke the phct KO pecure .hat it will be able to retiat nn> attnck the Re ielg may bung ]t By tins menna a imuH force will be able to hold it, and the rest if the rrmv be employed elsewl ere Oiu Ktguneue (Iowa Sixth is now aUficherl o Gen Tottcn's nnil we espcct oidors ,o move, in cnnjUDction with his cominnnd it .ion, but the fact we know just nothing about hem Tina state-of is unpardonnblc ,0 a country like tin-- should icignonnt, for in hour, of the strength and of the enemy Notl SCLIIIH to be easier than foi n comrnt iidcr to [eepbimsclf constnnUy iiifoiiued ill things We hnve uot )Ut our par, nni] we ;gm to experience great inconvenience 10 con Many to wiito to their ot ibe money to pi) tbe poa- We have now been tlntc inouilis in tbe leriice ajid 1ms been so iiiLtb delay s to imagine Oidcrs caniej tat night, that we were to mm oh at six o'clock in moi ning, bwt 111 conse quence of tlie usual dtl ys in such niovementu, :Uhoa did not gee in motion before o'clock Our deatiniitiou is understood to bo led.iha, went of pou t, at lie terminus of tbt- but we nav stop this Syincuae The bots are tinted at the idea of meeting ihc cntmy Thtv nre anxious to get a sigU at them They feel thit they htue becmdlt enough, find their gioitCRE desnc is to have a cb mee to try ihe r I wnly bol; they will render a good ncuouut of themselves. Active nperntions are now before them Ihe Draper sc IBOD has urnvtd tlmt wo mav pene tc the far South nnd thut I think our dcs- ition I will write itm agiiu at our next Our marches i ill now be coiihtant and rup c3 YOUIB in ly, R IS IlOBKRTS NATIONAL A na n gentral rule. Is n bad thing, for men nr nations But nil Reneral, rules hut The Indiana and Ohio troops, who have pas sctl through, been nflsaulttinod pelted wnli bouquets nnd bi-cuits by our Indies in a manner winch shotted u determination on Jie part of tho be intifiil ItWle CUSSPS" to cnn quer or die We uliuuid not bt uarprned tii hear of the cup tare of many o( ihuse ypqiR from the nvcrj while they are on this "sjtred soil" They mav defy miasTes, secesh im ill pox, or any other mean thing, bu1 meet a bittcry bnght Kyntucky eyes, iicTt.hpy will fiud tt utterly impossible to oboy the To the naht abtmt, tntiintf douUmg, marob fortCoim mny bt. good thing mthcr for tho mdividuxl or the comn onwoUh t That man tndow ed with enterprise-find intelligence iim do uel fwith botTQwedcftpitnl both for himeeir jnd tht that capital }B tojjpustdi" Si occurrenctt BO i ftnitnon, mdied, tliflfi la1 hardlv'a qpealibn that trade and comnitrci would soon tome to n stand fltill where sut b fa oilitieg were not within the reach of tbe and tho energetic Debt inoi cover, is n necoa s iry element in all modern commerce, and with autitiin all its vanousjiud of tho tnde be redut eoVto foi ID of barter of one nccesanrvr of life for another If this is tfuc ot "thb commerce of a high of rxvilization it is BO sell evident ns not to need further illus I IA aa true of, nutiDiis Debt a metb od of obtauungitbe mcuns of conducting its uf nod tar from being a upon ics prosperfty mny bt the most favorable method of (developing tt Ebuch is our position at this moment JNo na tion in the world that lias reached BO bigb n point of wealth and prpfpcniy ton a been so lightlr tai cd, or has enjoyed nil the advantages of so ben eiu-ejnt a Guvcrnmcnt nt so smn'l i cost, as ounown I !Tho indu ect luxation of the Federal5GovewnieuI. we hive bean hardly con sciiniB oC, and fife1 tiixntio i of the state .nd town hna been so little of a burSec that it MIS niriiSv been tikin into arc-omit-in tbe calcu ution of tbe expenditnies of tne Individ la! citizen, escefjt, in twn or three of the lirgeat c ties With tins stntt. of things wealth haa'becn so geneuilTv nnd equally niffu-.d nd the prosperity of -the countrv Hus been ea while, at thn aamc. Govern" nent hivs been cheap and (inn in the confidence njtd iflVelion of the peopk, that ihe're hia been rro necessity of oheroils i ix the tetu nulntion of moffir in thcGbvirrnmeui colVerelo any sudden nnd uuexpetted eintr ,tticy When such nn emergency should nine ,lic eminent felt thai it eould count upon 10 aid of a prnspproa-. ptoplo, ami aprospero is eople woutJ bo prompt to cjcttnd nil'needful to ft doveinment it bved, nnd on 'hose pr lection thfj wire sure thev could iclj Such IB tlie condition of this eounirv ihia mo- mene "A snddt.ii and unexpected c-iais in our 1 affairs bus nnsen The Government inds itself without racns, because us hand has .stcd liglulj upon the people the p'oplc tsten to pour ou! their iccu nulated capital for he of a. Goveinmcnt in whose ciur ipter dud a reugtli they hnve the most implicit ,onfidqnce A >cij etrill tnjtiition upon the vBRlih of the countiy for the Ifiii ten or twenty had it hot n allowed to accumulkte, wo ild covered the whole catimittd national debt vhich thq Government is about to incur It soinesfiow not in the bhapc of si lux, but B onn, which is not consumed but is un addition 0 the aittve cnpitnl uf ihc eountrj It is an addition to ve cupital oi the COUD ry in several nnjs Tho Givernraent asks for id without hesitation betuuac it knows it mm ppeal to the piliiotMni and the confidence nt he people nnd bfcuiee IE cnn 10 ask t, not ja g It, but as i lonn foi which it is abun intlv able to [j iv i rtinuncrati ig i ileresL An m nedi u-vc is ihua tuatid loccHpiuu nhieh [iiD1it otliet use in n it n ic ol aubtitni ie idle or nn iddiLionil actniiv is given to it ther tbeie imir U for it 'lio loan Ehuaas u oil Govunmeni r 1 iiKich mo iej and coi ai mcd or laid but n flows nut in thu d cw elmnjiela ciaited in a time ol war, ig sc to bi inches nf f iciduuion and m m 11 tuio, nnd imp new tocniupn-e nii ihcic IR y il not it c mipen -Uuu it leist n initiniiii( n of ibe inevitable vils jj wai, nnil the lo s ol llie 9i of n J ninl cot unei i c in pcuc ful ch inneb Ft is esUc i Inni ofcipil I i ot foi the pijmeni 11 :CLI nuUltd mtert-til on old loans, n ia often the in older countries nvoiuurdt ned with na ona1 debts, but of put immeilmltb to n at tut und productive "use ation, howi wlietl er llie United bi res tin tfluid to mcir o large i Jebt 000 Ii, irt not likclv tb it 'ho debt will exceed llitf sum, nnd pernups m ij not reach t fo ilic hem it-'-t expenbt of w.ir is m the first ml! H, nn 1 th it lit ng nude, wir beenin ri n dccieHsed expenditine Uittdtbt- liei of n en jr.it ition-i, h ive to be nt ntuulh i ehaiged, iiiil ''Oint tnncfc, tlie une as in ne other, when ttiu he i lo bt utlii i w IQ ninn p fit of nature Cnn 'i United S ntes pnv ibis which it. 13 ubout to icui williout lidding to ir, ana without its, own only wi v, Adnm Smith said net ijuariers of n in which the reat powera ol Euiope eould di charge tl e en liabilities Iind g uduallv nuunuila .d neeei itlenattnve no npprehcnsion hat nnv sutb fut nwnts us whether it cots I pm cr not Tl c public debt of Grtiit Britt in etniuiy ago wus nenih ?eun huncrednii iiiin ot doll us or two humirett milimns of dol more tbm now piopme to crvitc nnd ,ith ihia tiiii-moua deht on timih ill it his icichtcl an nlnust liibn ons nmount treit Bnt.iin has Hteddilj giown fo thu I ist nndrciJ yenr-i till it baa becmno tin most pro- jernua mi ihc mint powcilul n ition iho noi d of deeij We may imiUlt her- in her ii m d prosperity, without Inying up fenr, o 1 tr as he i expciiifnce teaches UP thnt a nu mnal tkbt II retiid om But live nor hci it iptitioii to iiuituseournulu nil midcns bj waro to idd 11 our teintrir) in i leiv .nnitei of ibe gtouc or wars at ionic to prc o! oowcr with our )ui debt is m ide for T ppeeibc j tut m o ir nutiunil cxiauncc uid t re lellmn tait auitlv Mill IIP wehne mlv to npi} llie cou of do it ti who .ivnnced the nn itis and wlo have imp d i .tr.i i iliaiil i0t frnrii it alreuli wine they idilcii nt ihe HHIIC time to tli Health I the .ountiv On- public landi alone "ill fr to n ilHcluinC of this md ,hou! i the iibulitiuiiuf fullow us i in In 1 rc.diillnf thi vn, anew nd verj eslenano irea is to upcnou to fiun laljor-Ltid a givin lu an immense oxtcntof 11 d that niliuto In n almost Willi H 'avoi ble IL ult lu tht w ir nn IAUSMIC stnim aa will b nutn tu the nrpduetne en rg> of the and a few jears of con'inucd taxation vhcther direct oi mdiwct would tht di bt without ito being felt KB n bin den upon the )00ple In all the material SOHICCS of 10 nition 13 lithtr tbnn our lunda )uretini1 with fmneas, in climate various eiiouBlt bi nil tin, piodu tons needed liv man in tern oiv of immetiaQ extent iriversed bj navigable und w iteicd by n line! HCII- n nuke R etrttc nuiHhy nnd great. In the eni States olone within ten jtara miles of rnlroiid have bten built ut n tost of 000 000, and this is but u single item m ihe HI dustiul of t. e uicrgv of i people duung a period when tluee of its un wire ytus of grant "I revLiPcd Iheit need }0 lutlo lem Uiat auth a will be i 01 dictieni ttrii-ii bv ol u niitionul iidci wlutb tliev will c rrj, uhuwt tviihout lowing if 01 liebllutt tu accept thi ir incln [dual me ot anv mcnduic lor lu diech The increiiaiiig p i jpcnu of ilu oountrv, in the rcncwe 1 development which will lie given to .11 ita rcsourcin, nnd m tilt iwnkeneii 'hich CD mo willi the const iciisness that c passed oidcil of our in loiiul tnnl i nd cnmQ out, Uio smui1 of re upon ourgarniLnts will tualit it an ea-j Tor UH to dn-cliurDe tliu obhgitiona we in curred Y Independent TniuLLna Clean, Savi Yoik, dveniser cioses n descnption of the reamt in th'at'region by tho (bllowmg thrUHng incident We learn that a whQlo mng nenr Ou btt Ima F nurconr eucnpe from drowning on Fn dm TiiB. floods onma, tlioi dwelling and fejinne tht liousv would curried twnv, tho fiilher rtsolveii tomnkivan elljrt 10 jive tun wife nnd children Heaeiztd tbe voune a girl of lour IBU-B anil bid thfl eldest then -uk with tho lUpihern to follow ft waa verj dark the nwireot tn e and put theehildien nm ing iht branches .Returning he brongllt and placid her with, the children, and fearing the tree niFght not utiinri v greaivc.Weight, he tn'd to tlio trunlr tfre lie w found next morning up to hw tirm s fiimily were fim Ily A j'Agntlottterror cerviMilel to thwe 'The dwclllDjj wua awojuawny bj F deflcienl or ed Its of disconnt, creau outcry in ihe pnce of bread a bad cr of the ,y0At. York. j SIR The -infiui ihBurreetioii Had cvctf revaled1 itfltlf in armii when dialoyKtoitizuid hast- ened to foreigii'countrieB tw awaht ilteir inter- vi iition for iheorerlhraw of the Qpjernmcilt and the destruction Federal CTnion These ugents uro known io'havfi- made their uppcnls to some of the more important Stutts without sue cess. It i8ivuc.likuJy, howc'rei ibat thev wi'I re. jjtam couLmit witli aueli, refusals. Indeed, it n tlicy ure industriously ing to flecomphBh their dielnyal putpocn by do Tafemp advantage ol uid njanufact- ure and com coiUJtnce, reselnng from have at trovers) s with Stntea, wuh which everv .......j inttreet a'n'd ercry mtercstoF mntihind requirpB tlint it shall iciraiu in relations of pence, ity, and friendpll'p lam euif, jour fiaiiRfnction, iliai ihe pro-.pcei for inr such diatmbnt ee m now ILPA si none thin it his been niy prcMuua period durttigthe it has hitherto been, to takeeverv pr caution thatjs [jossiule toavoni the eviH offamgo war, to be superinduced those of trvil cottimo un to cure j One oFthe obvious (hut ijur pouts nnd b irbin-s on the und Inlcifi he put in n eondiuon of coi ipkte defenae iinni.iij mu) b tttid to vr-hui incur danger in when it fails ,to Uiow-r'thacii bus sheltered itaelf on evtry side Theptufiure.B Ezccumc tin adopt in this emtrg ntj tonh' as santtionei] foi wlnthm has prpvidiJ4 Fhfl PrefuliTit ifa putting forth Hie dih ;enttfrnw 10 exfcute thtsc meitunt- aad we ol aeeeii tlmttbrs" it.se favor, md itud i aup' undaelf eucnCung lie arc bringing the mililttrv ind CUM! foicesof the United into1 the highest Blue if effi w 'But CJongrees was chiefly du ring its icei nt exlrn with tlieie sntusureH nd did not provide oanoply as could bo wished or ihc lot b hcation of the sec ind 1 iki coist? previous wars the States hue npolicd mdi pendent and BCparate aetivitj the support a.nd aid ot tlic Feden' Goiern .niiniiB mduoii" responsibilities Ihcfiame. poaiuon haa beei mat iTcstcd in cmi nentlj hoaoribla bv ul ihe loynl Seme" during piesenl insurrection In view ot this fact md relying upon the increHscandcomnjuai.ee of -he some tiicyoeitian on the part of ilw Suites the Pi i -iident hjia directs d to un itc r consideration to the sulj ctof the improve it and perfectio i of the defenses of the State, r winch jou pre-idp, and to "sou to sub the Biilijectrtu the consideration of UioLeg I mire, when Hblial huv Such bj the Stale would rtq ire onlj a mpoi iri use ot its n c u s The t jughl lo he tiiiide the ol cuniercnce with .dtiul Goiernineiit Being tin K m iiie with the ennD i ueitiYm it bull ill t, Con d auncli 111 whit Mm s-lmuld d ent nt 1 lii-ier tile proper jj.tnta 11 ilic ft ilcral iuvcinntDiit tu oynlt jou, uticf cud dnuct und conduct the pruaeeu ion of tht: I hare the honor to be, S' your obeiiicnl sen-an I, M a fcE rt AKD THE GBHA.T KXII-DITMW KNOWN AT TUB SOUTH Mobile Kt.git.Ltr "us t luiiei from Pensu- culii undtrJateol LhoJCtthult, uliichsivEi We have icports of aoverjl expeditious to the South Lei them come Tlitir lowuij rhe Memphifi Appeal anva Thn rumors re- ahi tu tht ntampied ri id In a Lincoln hoide jf upon oui South jot wtilioii' lhat iv-ill meet with a w uju reception Go% Brown mid Gen Liiiiion Intvt had their eyes ou the ui Inta of the COHBI- tm JOIHB Uuu, uud. wlmltliey4 liuvc done in jrufgr- siico to huch propoaul visits will bcknowil wlui! arr tajtua pluce. huvt. no duublllh. reports from tlntt quarter will bt suetf re pnria ua tun bu-cajscd by the nglit aort ofipunii in the nglit plitco, ai.rvtii by iQu riglij. wit Thu iew DtHa etiites llint'c-int 'Dan Hitkok hud a ou iba proper lutisontius loi six njha tuniuins, to bd plaice it, the ol the The Deili h IB u full ucounitc >t tlit) now gunbUHt flunt built unJ UuililinJ; at -lib priVjitu ship y irde Noah nunieii, itmnugc, numuur and Otilibrt) gdiiS, am siveti lu The fcmtlT of h, so lotig-JY LiMo al Dispaichto c.1 ivaj.o1rll nnc V Oet 19 1S61 in nuitle a --plemJid bi I on euidiv Iron Cloud Mill mo id feel, 1 inding ut 8 tnntr'dht cquuriers. ILL took in thi. aieaoltht wilh the nil (i urong Tnc Prct-ideniotid ilr Sew-ird nitbiljcEng ill, jfjcncli utul ibpani ii Ministers wcntovcr the ver ve-ttr i mn the loiiificHtions To n, plum witli ihe unei ift crnoi took Lincoln u) 1 bewiird to I-ort Wash t IHC m nni do m tl L mtr tlie uij in0ht two oi the flotiiln went )wn to loi wl ieh weic fi cd ut in ihe rubela 1 etpug up n ten ihc moimof hot nnd shell Cipt Fiaiei, of ll e tug Lts'ic, ns tlit butteries mi t Ii nc thronno t hundred .nd aixM her, lulling il! around Iscin Six truelc in ilu L one ttmi Tile t-chooner 'Hirfiti, loaded mill lorivc was nddlni and her of Hit) cet. on fire Stic wno scul- aoil her n must cut 3 Tne Leslie -i c-uDh' up .wo M.SBC p esins unothei T.RU bv the wl! tc i ni. m irlts> ol anil not ee ri- ms v injuiid The r tiets fta-ted tli irtunnum i i to Otrifin )lfii- i-.ii1 the 'loiilla i J ih l t! P 1-t.bth dele nine 1 to sink the 1 ct, but n h onh ft mile ind a o i u ter mngc tould nutdo H nh u 10 m po uioi M.re count- ed T lev iinu i nub tut nuous hue Llongtit me of bim livcinf b i'i upper bat kij Po nl Ir-iu h lie viiu halt tU Pjihiiuio Q flung (he bute-y HI nfiu lul en lii.ll fiuu Still 'i t e! ii 1 jnj entrciiel ill lit i- bung liruwu up ni d j.unti uic ben f, put 11 puce The U3 oi the floli I ire to ounj. lp II both m VLbselb nre below HHIHII, Lo Come Info m ition r ecuid uf Mm N rtmeiit alidws ill u, tilt the u ttutii mis u! Gt i ic nu 1 nd winch is ii p 111 I the count) f Acti nmi. n numi cling ne rly 1 UUO ire true nnd 1 }al Tilt imiunti! ct thuti li l mcatJi nil i high pole A inn millee of IVHB np luintcd to confer Mlh tht yi umimidirof Fed nil Sire mi r Loin- mn which Hited t ittii on tbe ml Luut Miiiri adniK-certd the tuih of LllcDituice ut then own rt-quebt A general order, ie ued to thitC dnj nd ight, which .ndly reginieiusni v he di tnigiii'icd, will tjc ipKdin tin umn ot ibcpoumiBc M j Al bert J is i'ie aignnl oiucei, to carrj out .Ins order upon Ins own plan Adjutants nnd jolor Si rgom is of or otheix deiuiled or th it puipnse, arc itubitguided bv innructione the m0n il officer 1 faiin0n waa lienrd this uftornoon, aev ;ral tunes It ftiiu Jorprnciice, so far as knowu it he ad quart is llie Jennie ar- MV on buord tsiiJt of all un Ordi.r iaie, the TcsLerdm mourn (ttillrmn-Keokuk, jruiting oRicerd ou ibe oui [owa und tlurti ot their rccrtntp, dcr iiiieril Ihe) were arrested under tli rtCLiuJ) ibvucd tu iiti p tcci uiting in HUH except, for its own service Uul Vul, Sncciui Aid, tjui re e nn ung ai Keokuk Tiieie wat> n uisj uiiitlon rctjtlii.iu U0iliibl ihe tnder on UK pKri ol ccr tiiin reermuiifc, tiletr, inii Uol Ji cd ihe AdjunniGei uiul tu irrest nil who retn.it.itif; ioi a out-iriefecrMce, ov vho ntteinpteil to n v i> rttiuits. The ur unitr cliurge DI il Owl BuSiVi Third tjiujln were met it trie ut 5 u'Jbtkili ehe morniup Aaj Gun Biker und a ot Un eoiiliers armed with mubketa The AOj Gtnerul cjlleii i touiirtil of the field ofiw ru und senior iiiptaiiia of tue llth jtgimeat to consider the cis.eof tl rs The) deeidoi ihut the pnsOneis (the Lud Order So d7, and i ecominendtji that the.) be rcprnuaiidtd the Adj GcnirjU, and sub jcct tlitiiiBehie to orders The, reprimand wua given, and Jill ihe piti-oners were ordered intu Ool Heed's Iowa now forming Tlic prisoners weru wuli thu under' returned to Xcokuk on tlie flume bout, uppartulty highly delignted with their ex- rumion lo DtMttport IhiH'order, Xo S7, agmnat recruiting in the atute for loreiyi strviOt, lias been of iiarKttd I cue tit. It Uoa savf d lUc S wte to our noivlodgo one liandnd mtn who n-tre from their for one ol Cbe ed uvet into auivico nl their own the Sfcttc Keruce was at wriHin' tlillicly ll) ih: conUr.ucsfor eighteen l sweep over Europe, and terrible old tbrooM which seem tottering to ilieir falL It'ic onlr pri iheeiect moottu, roni the from ibc ofl'Cve'h'tVe im- of la e our MrpliM uid in gold. wfl1 eu-oriDG eoMHRK ytur will gojiom rnpfflJty lienScoiton (topped from rtv raatenal Iroio the States, tbe'en not Ke.i.g'ari 'or sometime M nnnlifii will aeverely suffer -UeauM- of4tbe.fdlmli icalmoBt.annihilated ton will oekthrown cni'of ind ei- rcmc and discontent Vill ome the fnflurimabk elefoecu or rtToJulron, 'bich wil) only require the- match.. jofjttb.e poll- a blue ,r These obffervaiionUpplTltoFrancfe'aWcllBi Ingfnnd, we il, !o 3e course nd enernl jnboih countries, itnd eociA dlBordsri epn to'deVelope rtierf Cfeftiiln itii, 1 the -lift the j Tfcgv are entiingexpeditions nd ships or war hard DeeDt'deiipntcheOrto Ct- nda Bnt these {ipemtfonfe will notf Eng. andoriFrance, but, onithe byithe ex- ;nditurc will thcW nqtionul ibe the down trodden masses for democrucr niggllne to vindicate doTmeBtic and the machinations of es and monarchies of-Europe will ebepc itself ntn deeds. But, sny British statesmen and their argent, itnooracy is already dead on tbe" American ommetti, and there a no resurrection for hej will noon find out that, though Drmocracr have slept, it was not and isnotdeiid On contrarr, it bus awakened like a giant re- ealicd with uew will ter- ble U> kings and AiUedi, nobility ai ,1792 and ibe years vhicu followjd, me "the republic, one wn agfifDst all the armies of citne of the struggle Tbe popula- on and rceoarcea of trie Jsortfiem States ore renter than were thnae of Kmnpe, and ding ocean" in to the United States a barrier ;amst sudccssful mvasioJi which the French re- iblic did not Democracy is i- "The wwli is fatbcrj to tbe lougbt" with those European statesmen who :ihnropenl) orsacretly sjmpstliite with tbe m gs ovi r thetn like a 'thunder ex- ttsnlike hatred Rnd their ftars. Anun in from being deetrOTcd by ie ingurroclion, needed some occasion this i bringoju its strength U is the needlul pte- for itswnr wuh kirgs WtnJe the monsrchs of Europe arc ru- ed by the American rebellion, tne United t-itcs will enjoy undimioished p-osperity The eople will dispense with luxuries, and import ttie or nothing The gold paid us bv England nJ Frunce lor our wheat, and corn, find flour, ill bet e bnsis of at) internal tride between ie twenty three .Northern States and their twentv three millions of population Ins trade will be utimulatcd bv the nitidea ?ikd for the army -nd nav) and thus the icie will be kept in the countrv, money will rculatc and there will be ubui daui em- oymeut for all Hence no ill effect will be It from the expenditures for the army and The war of the American Revolution was the rugje of Democracy ngainst the divine right 1------, the pres-ntwxr is the strupgle of the Hgainstihe divine nghtof rebellion, ded by kings nad their minions And when, y ihc victories of our magnificent HTOIV, and e opcrntionn of a powerful ravj the iiuthern coasi the heurt of the rebellion ive beeii broken, the success of American eniocraey will give a tremendous impetus lo nocrucy in Europe, and will flow from umilar to tbost which flowed from the first American mjranee and Eng- nd, and a general uplnnving of the infurrcc- earthquake all over Hit? continenE of Eu- ipe Tbe best tberefore, to be done by manufacturers MIJ men of pioperty, artieularl> who own Government stocks, to sell out now, when ihuy can get anything it them, HOC before they lose ibfir aJMn tbe ilincal and social convulsions which are st md, and comoover here immedutely to mve-t icir cupitol, n here the) will make and be secure against ebot.be which, irouten at no dxta it day to resolve Eurnpean iciety into us original The Order to tien. N T Tritwoe.) The followmg ja a copy of the very important rdtr sgfcued by the Secretary of War before be t bi Touts, nnd niter be had Gen Frc. ontutTipion 1 ST Loms, Mo., Oct 14.J861. GLSKRAI. Tlie Secrctitr> .of Wardiiecis me i coin in unicHte the following as b s instructions >rjoui government In view of ihe btavv sums due ic QuirteniuaUrs Department m ihia CUT, mounting; to some it is important lat thu mone) which may now be m the bunds Ftbe disbursing bcrecined b) llu-m e applied 10 ibe corrxnt expenscfi of your uriny i Mifsoun, and iheae debts to nmam unpaid nti] Uiei can be properly exarmmd nnd Wuhh ngtoo fur settlement; the disbursing of- .ers titUfae army to disburse the ftnidft and not runt-ier them to irresponsible other n ho do not hold coutmiBBions from in President; "ind are not under bonds. AIL oi tr icts to be Hindu are to be made r the disbursing officers. Ttfe senior Quarter- aster here, line bevu verbally io8tructedo by the icrctjirv as above U is denied uaneceBsary to erect networks tbiu city, and you will direcL ibeir du- muntiancl, ala> those, if any ID eoarae'fcf..con- tructioo at Jefferson Citr In lhat a number of have ecu given by jou. So payments will be made osueli oiSccra, except to whose appoint- tcnts e been approved by 'hid, ofeourne, does not afp'l to with volunteer CoJ Audreys lEs been -srbally so inatructco-tiy the SeCreury; Also not iliinke iraiisftm-of, foi-ds, except jiftljie pur- we of ptmiin die troop" The efc-i tion of joorquwrWrflin Si eietwry has -tiBen infoj iued that the oops ot G n Lane's cosmnaird are comoi lung epred on out friends in JTwuoun. ourutuntiuu is directed to this, in tion lhat )ou will uppl) the collective. s Allen desires ibe of CupUm urult; for ashort tbe becreiwry ou maj nnd itpropvr tOrtccede thereto. I bas-c ihe honor to .Tour L TfluMAfi Adjt, Geji1! Major General JbasC Dep't of ilic Ttpton, Ho IBOM CLAD SHOT Ordnance DepurtuiCnt HI d the pub ie an. very anuoua to L-at VH Budiimn 15 inch un by actual experiment. It is not doubted hut the Union gun and the Ployd reas Monroe, will m thit hip pr battery thaVjihe rpbelejnij hare loided own with wibor-up, to tbe luulu of flotation. iieruitillg The being ?ftg3for fire will now ii'inmeiiciXiguin vig_ urattdJy Tlie pUte S tea thlek? mclies bV4f mebts wt The pl eighed IT of timber, 6 feet-long 14) squaw, KOvtircd WRCth'-c by and a in amid The bull struct the plaus a tilths left of- tlie centre., and JrJivc the- liKV and Tbo B.nk of IT. t., vkfia KfQtxt o! OUO, one half to niKcte. .nd mm niwtHnutbcir in bond) nuViUvw icoludn.ir inion iiiL oowt. J U v i SPAPFRf ;