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II I tLSDORQUOn, pillOv : ..-
Thursday, - . " April 3. 1802.
Np, 10 till) holds out, and at
ouv JaJ,c. advices- the raWa were build
inj new latteries. Ttirv seem to have
no-Idea 'of "cvaountin.'" nt present., It
s taught there will soon be desperate
laltle iiviunt vioinity. '
DeoamgsrJ Continues to concentrate
Ms Forces cn tfie line of lis Memphis &
Charleston railrouil, with hi lirudT ir
ten at. Corinth, Mi, The Femoral ar
my ta within ,15 inilce of the rclel pic
kets. Our force aro sil to number
frosa'ene hundred thousand to one hun
dred and llftv thousand men. ,' '
The1 Uojon' Leifclatitc caucus failed
V, tv.. TT 5 s
tor .J... week, and a.Honrncd sine die.
1, ; ..r,.v,l .io,. v,., , .too.;
m. a, i rw i'i i v m t v. v . u I 1 . n 1 1 1 r v n v a.ivvviwtv
ibis session, unless the Legislature ad
journs permanently. '
A Union force under Col. Buford sur
prised the rebel camp at Union City,
Ky. on tho 31st alt., killing several and
capturing n- number f prisoners, hor
ses and stores find destroying what they
could not carry away. '
Trfcc and Vau Purn's army is toov-
iujr towards Memphis, to join Beaure-
garJ,,,,,, ,; . : i '
The latest i ncwa from tho Potomac
and other' points of interest will bo
found 'e'sewliere. ' ..
A1' disgraceful mob occurred in .Cin
cinn'ali , Inst week, on tho occasion of
Wendell .Phillips lecturing at Pika's
Opera, llouso. He was pelfod with eggs,
and Anally compelled to escape by alie
back 66! r, to save hinisclf Trom further
violence. - Tho mob was composed of
the lowest rowdies of the oity, who were
backed by men calling themselves re-j
spcctable. () '.The Mayor of the city
was optrisod of tho intrution to raite a
riot, , but : ordered the police to stay
away.acd only one was present, who
took ar: with tho' rioters." This alTiir
discloses a "high ' deruo of civilization
and coli&htcnment in; the boasted
Quocn City!" ., Yancey, the Southern
disunionist, was allowed to utffi his Se
cession1 treason )n that city without mo-,,
lestafTon, but let an opponent of slavery
raise his, voice aiintt it and he is'in
sultciHd his life endangered. ' There
aro eortaiely om men io world
whose abject servility to the slavchold
ing aristocracy. in so dia.iusting that they
woulilcrawf op their lollies to propitiate
their idol. 1
(;-; " '
Thcrc'las been considerable, discus
sion in the newspapers as to whether
(Jen. Mc-?lellan had anything to do
with janiunjlhe reecotj movonjcnU oi'
the amy,, which have been attended
with aath-t-igoal sneers. "Some light
H thrown ' pon the su' jeet by General
tturnsido'a official report of his Jiew
barn sictory, jn which he makes, r.uch
special rcfcrsjace- to .Gen. McClolIan as
t leave no doubt -'that the plan of the1
expedition-was mrqiitcly dictated by
tho CVromSnler-in Chief. . , .
Gen. JJurnsido says: . .
I hr- to"' say to tho' General Torn
mi n lihf the Army that I"liave endeav
ored to' carry ont the very minute in.
Ktruetions j;ivenma hy him before leav
ins Annipolts, and thus far events have
been sijrthirly coincident wTth his an
ticipation. ' I only hope that we may
in the future be able' to carry out in
d;t.iil the rem lining plans of the cam
pa:gi! The only 1 thing' I Invo to
regret is the ' delay caased by the ele
TLis 1 explicit and would, seem
indicate that McClellan desorvea moro
cicJifctban mauy have boon willing
ward him: ' He miy also have planned
the movement against' Fort DodcIsod
a d P )i Henry, which wero successfully
carried oot. Let the people "wait a lit
tle longer," before they pronoaoce turn
laconjetent.1 ' .'
J.tcsr josvjtLB, Fi.o a ida . T.i e u
Stevens,, whq jed tho expedition that
took posscaioo of Jacksonville, in his
report says: . ' ix " " '
We sucec'qdcd Tri , rcaohi'nj acksoo
ville witliout difficulty, and .at every
. house save one, ' found evidences
peaceful" demonstjations, and return
ing reason. On our arrival at'tjiji plico,
the cor'torate authorities through S.
Burritf, Eij.,'carBe offwith a flag,
truce, and gave op ll.e town... Jrrom
conversation wttli intelligent citizens,
I find ' tfia tho iohabitants aro leaking
and wilf'-ins for the protoatien of our
flag; ttiat they, do not fear us, bat their
own people; and from the occupation. c
this important point, I htn autiafied
our opporiunuiea aro unorovyj,
result will follow. Many of the 'citizens
brave flttdmanr remairi, tod there
ia reaeo beliove-mott of theoj' will
returev'' r n-.i-:'- ''; .'
The. Ilse int t'-oraaiittee of the
WhoW.h.aa acted epon aevntyaeven
sections of he oik handred end nine
of thecal IML r Tka rmer tmkraee
the ne4fal provisions of lieensea, man
nfaeturtul, jwtitlaa .and products, abc
txoa Twk, carriigea, .watches, pianos
forte, Inlliard tabUjs pluta,. elu'ighter.
ed cattle, hojjs, and sheep. . " . '.
The Secret Scheme of the Democratic
Leaders-A "Reaction" Wanted!
Ever ainoe thanaw aditor of the
Democratic! organ took charge of it,
three month tg ha has been laboring
with teal worthy a butter cause, to re
kindle. the.emoniJerinjr fires of party
feeline, and atimulnte his follower! to
renewed afforta to restore "tharpvtr'-io
power? It woa forthis purpose, no doubt
that ha was invited here hy the lenders
and wira workers; whr eatv fn him a fit
j instrument to carry out thetr desiuo.
j Their overwhelming dcfditt ia the toiri-
j ty hot fall had fendorod them ties-
pernio, and it i said that "desperate
cases require desperate remedies." In
accordance with their plan he hue net.
ceased to 'Jcry aloud, and. spare, .not,'.'
and to uso every moans to bring about
the rnuolr dtrsirrd "reaction" in public
sentiment or. which they hope ogaio to
float fnlo power; The columns of the
Gazette have lately teemed with con
fiJeot predictions that tbia "reaction'
has already set in, and to carry out
the programme, tho leaders, detprmined
to make party nornhrstions in the iota
elections this Sprintr, as a kind of "foci
er" for the Fall campaign. ' This has
been done, wo are credibly informed!, in
every fownahip in the county, But. in
;fraer io uirow i.niott"irten OB thcir
ur'1' rte organisation has been tccrttty
n'a(3e. n(I nt a word hue been aaid
abeiit it in the columns of the Gasette
Our friends may peferthejoas he bssured
that the fact ia as we have stated, and
wo therefore call opon Ivery true and
loyal Union man io the county to , be
up and doing, to defeat the achemea of
these party hnck. who care nothing for
their country so that they can get pos
session of a few paltry offices,
' 1 ' ' '
No Haps for the Rebels. It is
now evident that the robel may, give
up all hope of . foreign interference in
their behalf. The late speech of Yan
cey in New Orleans confiss'cd the fact,
and it is confirmed by the latest news
from Kuropo. We copy elsewhere Jhe
important remarks of Earl" Russell in
the British Parliament, ra-affirrainu tho
policy of non-intcrfereneo and stric
neutrality.' Tho", news of tho Federaj
victories at Fort Donelson, Mill Spring
and Fort Henry, had a great effect on
pnblic sentiment in England, in spite
of tho efforts of the Times to belittle
their importance. Thus .is pne of the
main stays of the rebellion knocked
away. . . . .
Parson Brownlow at the Methodist
Monday morninj Parson Brownlow
met omn thirfv Methodist prenoher st
tho Methodist Bonk Concern, and madei
a brief speech. He knew onlv ; three
Methodist preachers who wcro loyal.
Bishop Soule condemned the rebollion;
ho did npt .dare, do more, because' he
wonld bo .hung, old as he is. The
BUhnp . had . to swenr to support the
Confi'deraer. .. Mr. Brownlow . said the
Southern churches were ruined for pood.
Union peoplo wnuIJ not hear Seccss'hin
preachers, nor Souosniooiats- those who
wero loyal. t
He, tho speaker, owed hi eseap.i to
the protests of hi friend in Eist Ten
nessee, (which ia Union fivo.to one,):nd
to the political eiviliin loaders of Ten
nessee, saying if he (Bsownlow) was
kept, twelve of their leodera would be
sacrificed, nis wife nod children were
detained ns hostaaes for his "good con
duct." He told his wife It make up
her mind to be exeeutl, as ha ahould
certainly speak and writ aiinU tho
, The worst men, he remarked, in the
Southern Confederacy aro Methodist.
Baptist, Presbyterian ond Episcopalian
preachers., They drink and swear week
days, and preach Sundays.' When they
became accesh they bid f'afevoll to hon
esty, truth, d. coney;; The. Confederacy
originated in lyim," stealing and per
jury. Floyd did the stealing, thr com
mon masses the lying,, and fourteen
Senators from the Cotton States the per
jury, the latter c!.is while still retain,
ing their seats in the U. S. Senate-, And
making a pretense of observing.; their
oaths, but at ni?ht, till twelve o'clock,
holding secret meetings, sanding dis
patches to 'their respective States to
pass, ordinances of secession, to aeixi
. Among other instances illustratinz
the spirit pevailinr among the South
crn clergy Mr. Brownlow aaid that
the pastor of the First Presbyterian
church in Kncxville called a union
prayer meeting to pray that Burnsida'a
fleet might sink and the blockade bo
raised. The name minister badejiid
that he would rather pse a bible print
ed and bound in hell than one from the
North. Also, that .Tcsus Chris was
born on Southern soif.jiod that all hie
apostlea were Southern mea, except Ju
du Isctriot.'who wat a northern nun-.
This was n1d pponljr, Aom hit pulpit on
Sundjy: ' ' , : '. t ' ... ;
"-, Mr. Brownlow is of op'nion that there
aro better men in the place, where the
Presbytefino parson looked tot his next
clition or the Bible, thn the Southern
leaders. Hfl had seen, goffd men. taken
piiV of 1)1' prison in knots,, and pae ,by
on 9, ana rung lathers and tlicif sous.
71a wa of dunfon that It ,wm tiaijpto
hang on' oor side'. , '.'.'.' '
' Mr. Hr6(ilow liitimated tin! inten
tion of joing back (o KnoxviJle','t(-, re
aUL!ih hi paper whtoh hi hid edit'
ed for twenty. five years, and which had
mure a.u,DWJoerMTrf7$tr tl paperi
All Quiet at Fortress Monroe.
New Yftinc; March 31The Tfrne
has the fallowing: , ' -., ', ;
' Cnptaln fox; Assistant Sacretiry,
the Navy, returned lo-aa from a ,vuit
ro Fortress Monroe. Hrreporte etery-
thmir runlet there. , .
' The population has Increased lately
at the Fortress, of persons drawn; th it
er by ft desire to see . tho apjiroiichibg
dnel between tho '. Plerrjmao and ', the
Monitor.' Capt, Fox cuter'tfrn 'Joubt
whether the Menim ie will ij-ili ve'u
Mure a fight :iu"flimpton Ilea -Is, if((
ITEMS BY TELEGRAPH.
Rt" Eorrip '.M'a roh 31. Dispatches
received at headquarters say- that onr
tho 6iKlit of the 23d, between BOO and
R00 rebels attaoked four companies f
Stat militia at Ilamansvillo, Folk
eonatv, and aftct a shirp Bht they
were defeated, with a loss of 15 killed
and a Jnrsra number, wounded.
Tho Federals had acveral wounded,
but none killed.
Nkw TonK. March 30. The pun-1.
boat ITnntsvill. arrived tbia evening
from Key West on the 25th. Heavy
lirinir bad been heard at the head (of
the Mississippi tasMl,, where aomeof
our vessels ha,tj eon.
Porter's fleet had all left Key West,
also several gunboat
An attack o New Orlaani ii tnt-
mrntarily expoctou. ;;'
The expedition asainst Apahchicola
. . . i i
ton there. The piare is detendool by
thirteen puns and 3,000 rebels. "
' . ...
Vessels from TTavana roport a nura-
ber of rebel vessels there.
a rrencn man ot war .iron.
ea.es aboard. ,
Tho rebel captured on the Macno-
tin. report great , pteparationa' at New
Urleana to resist an aitacic.. oeverai
eunboata are buildmg; martial Jaw will,
soon be proclaimed. : : v
There is no truth in the reported
capture of Yancoy. . He engaged pns.
snge. orv the captured achooner Mallory,
but afterward ehanged to tho achooner
Break O'Diy. V ... ' '
Lovibvills, March 27. CoU Wil
lich'e Thirtyaecend Indiana occupy
Colombia, Tenn. . . j '
Mem pliis papers contain Richmond-,
"pT,", 'IT r; 7. 'z::
berland mountains and captured two
eomnanies. one of cavalrv. '
A contler arrived at Knoxvillo, and
reported that the Federals, four '
thousand ptronp. were twenty nve
miloafrom Knoxvilleand advancing.-
Both Houses of Concress .passed
resolution advising that no cotton be
planted this year.
New York. March 27. Saafa
sdvices of the 10th inst. stato that tho
lexans have taken oania ae. . .
M.iab IlAnolflnn AAniminilar nf thtv
Denartment. reached Kansas City 0
tho 2Srti. en route for Washington, to
ure-'fuTward re-enforcements for Forts
Craicr and Union.
All the Government property had
been sent to Fort Union. All. the
American families had fled thither.
Four hundred troops at Fort Vise
are crdcre1.;to.re enioree t ori L"Vand
wuicn will mate a strong uciuuac
UrAsnisoTov, March 31. The See
.a f. t if 4 !.
plaee by whieh Lieut. Commanding
Bndd. and acting Master Mather, and
three men. killed: It appears that about
forty men in boats were np the Inlet,
and were fired on from ambush, by
which .the above mentioned were killed
and several wounded. ' 1
BAT-TIMORI!, March 3l! Tholat rail
completing the Baltimore & OhioRiil-
road was laid ten miles west of Harper's
Ferry, Satnrdsy nightsince when four
hundred loaded cars passed over .the
road, and nearly two hundred cars
filled with western produeehiaded 'at
the Ohio river have reaohe 1 Baltimore
Cmc too. March 27. -An neeide-nt
occurred at midnight last night tn a
special train from Janesville, with the
Third Wisconsin Cavalry, when five
miles from this city, on tho North-western
road, caused by u broken axle on
the sixth car.. The wreok waseausod
by the cars behind the one running in
to it. Ten i soldiers were killed and
three seriously wounded, and a number
slightly. .; -. . . , 1 . -Washington,
ersnn ' so'heridgei has written a letter1
from Nashville; stating that W. H. Polk,
brother of the late President Polk, is in
Nashville, and that Hon. W. H. Stokes
is shortly eipeeted, both strong Union
ists, and will eo-operute with Governor
Johnson in pulling the State Govern
ment in operation. - '
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The Washington papers make public
the fact that a division of our Potomac
army ia in quiet possession of Warren
ton Junction, fifteen miles beyond Man
assas. Thero ia no considerable rebel
force thia aide of the Rappahannock.
Their rear, guard is between that river
and the Rapidan, Getj. Stewart's head
quarters beieg at , Culpepper Court
House. ; , . .- '
' Ri; MORA FROM THE POTOMAC Par
ties returning from Washington Iring
vague and mysterious atones in relation
to the movementa on the Potomac.
It Is aaid that a large fleet of transport
vessel bae-eeen sertt from all the East
ern porta around to Washington, Alex
andria, eta., and that a large array fotce
has embarked, upon those 'vessels, the
destination of which Is anpposed to
York River, from whence to march "on
to Richmond', thoa to make a aadden,
nnexpected, end, of course, successful
Jisbk movement to the Confederate Cap
italr- -It undoubtedly ia true thf4-one
of the, troeps that started for Manassas
returned tat. Alexandria, but to what
tent these minora ef a movement down
(he Potomac are troe nobody kriews".
Jt mar be that Oenr MeUlollan has
scheme no one yet esn fathom, and
U every one daty tt wait its develop
meat. Let every -one extend to him
tbe'chariry-andorbearunoe which was
denied Geu Fremont. - '
.Gilt; Sro8.T4-It is aaid that Score
tary Stanton authoriiod Judge Thomaa,
reporter from Boston, to aay, io soon
officers of rank, could be convened with
out injury to the service, Gen. Stoner
sbeuld bo tried. by court-martial. .
., Tnt CONFEPKBATB CAPITA I. 0 Til
; Moyr The North Carolina Standard
baa an "importaut rumor that (ih aeat
of Oorernojeot ia to be removed from
Biohoajyid to RaleighJ' ; a -
The,Indian8polis Sentioet ssya it.
geperally remarked that growing wheat
oevcr )ooked betfer or more promising
fpr the season thiio it new dei tliroub
du ldian.. ..'.
retary of the iavy receivea a a-P"""
from Commodore Dupont. dated off:
Mosquito Inlet, Fla. March 21, giving
detailed account of anatTuir at that
Communications. [For the News.
rebellion and civil war which the world
na, orcr seen. AVhile the great issuos
whose schemes possess no lar-cr
,jiat man Township Treasurer, and the
' otllcr Sher,ff or County Aud.lor, m of
a j dor to put more money into tho pockets
There fa aj pcfrtiotr of the Demooratie
preas which can find for itself no voea
vocation bat that of promoting the
petty seheinea of party. It Is notli
ina if not rjartisani :Kverv nublieevonr.
,rt Ae ,Ilo m
. . .
viBwou inrougn me ooiorea ana reiraoi
,. . . ... , .
'u' P"y Prej,0B, ana .ucn
judgment pronounecd aa will furnish
the largest aniourifc df; paf ty capital,., or
g0 io0 furtBaat In! faiving old strife
and intestine divisions. Are the acts
of a military commander criticised, arc
chaogci made, the realoiJ fat which the
outsiders do not understand, the parti
, gffl0(j fea(l .or xUMli
supposed victim. Is a Senator eipelled
II An n lha rnama nnliti ata I mt.rttS I lie
for cause assigned -under the solem
nities of an oath, the partisan press can
no olner reiB0D but the, atoae,-
typed one, that it was. done "because
he was a Democrat." Thns Hre pattl
im fetid, and exasperated fcolings he
twcen fcn0W.cit5Mn, ministered onto
. ,. m - w.'. - k.
and kept alive, for no other purpose but
to promete the dtsffcnacf aelfish and un
principled demagogue. ' J
Doca local election. occur, io which
a.tjierobor of jt)int party i oceessful in
obtaining aa 6ffiee, ncPttVattor how small
or insigniflcanf, the resuir(s trumpeted
to the world aa an evidence of rtaothn.
d ti,creupon prcdiiftions and visiona
re indd 5n of th, v the hai
eyon days whe,n Saw Jefary ruled Ohio
Dolitie." and'" BrcsliB dispunsoJ the
contents of the Ohio Treasury, to the
teDt 0f ree-quartere of a million of
' Now 'this U the kind o tactics cm-
ployed by this class of tho community,
in tho midst of the most formidable re
inyoTod in the contest are on trial he
-fore the nation and the world, and at
tho expense of the livoa of thousands
ct our tollow-citizcbs, our minds arc
thus attempted to 'be distracted by the
petty schemes of mousing politicians
i and nnr ears ftniled with the lilnnr n
partisans, whose ideas rise to higher,
scopo than to devise plans by win eh (his
man may get to be Township Trustoo
of party editors
The Administration now in power,
has given small occasion for this kind
of factious oppostiofi. It has sought
to call around it the men of every par
ty, best qualified by their talents, -attainments,
and patriotism, Io maintain
the standard of rightful government.
It is true'.,they have uiado some mis
takes, as all fallible men must necessa
rily do but it is a great thing to hove
aimed to'introdace the Jeffersonian test
of qualification for of5ee:--"Is he hon
est, is he capable', ia he faithful to the
Constitution?''' Hence we aee n.embers
of the Cubinet selected upon tbo broad
est principles of liberality. ' We see a
Republican Governor appointing a loy
al Democrat Senator, in place of one
expelled for disloyalty. We aoe Re
publicans voting for loyol ' Democrats
for Governors, State officersand mem
bers of the Legislature in States and
districts, ' overwhelmingly-' Republican,
Why should the interests of the de
funct Democratic party' be looked to
exclusively at this time? Why ahould
it be galvanlaed into renewed vitality?
What popular principlo docs Jt repre:
sent, which it proposes to, conserve?
Can a party in-these lltnns of revolu
tion and recurrence to first principles,
be sustained and perpetuated by a mere
traditionary name, without any basis of
well defined principles? - The, Qama of
Democratic party U oow only a myth
a taiiaman wnich designing1 men em
ploy to call up and keep around them a
band of followers who will be ready to
do their brddihg'anoT subserve live is sel-
fioh ioterosts. : Has not the eevnlry aaf
fered enough already from tho manipu
lations of such operators? .
Tbia class of sticklers for party sre
continually proclaiming thif hyiifty.
and asserting that mitre vofuqteersj in
proportion to numbers, hare gone from
the ranks of the qunndarq, J)moqrUe
party than from among the Republi
eaoa. If this bo true, it indicates
much higher grado of patrladsib la the
masses thai) amon the wold-be lead-
ers,' w"ho'6ught , to hold them baok by
every possible device. ' ' At the eall of
their country they have broken ;awy
from the leading stripgs of ' party, and
will ever hereafter ignore the eeatrol
those leaders who-etreropted to restrain
their ardor when the institutions
their country.,weTe fn danger1,', ;
The proper method by which to tnt
the loyalty of these leaders, Is furnished
by the tffectt which naturally tosuK
from their teachiog. Th press, which
is their representative and organ, teach
es that thia war was pot only provoked
by the Northern peoplo, but "ineugo
rated'by the Republican Adioin,itr
tion. They tell their readers that thi
war had Hi origin ii the de-ngna"of the
.dmIgisi;atJop to deprive tbeASouthem
Statas of their constitutional rights
that it is waged for the violent abolition
of.slavery . sad for tjie vlndictive'snd
eoiupfcte fuAij ligation of the," South,-r,
Now what is the probable cflec of uch
Ueohiog wpon the-ntftrdr ef 1hon9 'per:
sons who receive it as iroie WiH it
stimulate their patriotism, and arouso
them to oheer on the brave men al
ready io the field, or prompt them to
send forth many more of their on
to fill op the pfaon 'of those who fall
ia the battle (UldY or alcke'n and die
in the camp? Wilfit nervo Iheir
hearts and arms cheerfully to aastuln
the sacrifices, the burdens, and . the
self denials imposed by thia war? What
effect do suqH, teaphiogs"produceI ,a-
on the rebels themselves? . Does not
the knowledge of the sympathy and
the co-operation of the Vallandighama,
tbeMedafyt.'tho'KiTqoircrs, and their
xervue copjims ana imnsiors, ana
thelf CbOsfant assertTortf lhat' a reac
tion adverse to tho war among the
Northern poople, will take place, which
will ennre to the benefit of the South,
more particularly when aided by,. the
increasing, bnrdons of taxation,, and
tho exhaustion and calamities of pro
traded war does not this knowledge
and hopes thus encouraged,, have i
natural and inevitable tendency , to pre
tract the atraggle and add to the ae
cumulated horrora of a hopoleas con
test on the part of tho South?, . 1 ,
; This is the work, which the disloyal
prcsa i pushing - forward with each
i Orders have , been issued at : Port
Royal to receiws alt contraband negroes
who freely offe their services to the
govcrnmeht, -and to employ them In
such services as they may bo fitted for
any surplus of ablebodied individuals
to be sens .to Ubor at ' the depot.' A
record Is kept, showing the name and
description of the person, and the name
and character, whether loyal or disloyal,
of the mastor. Compensation is allow
ed to the negroes, at the rate of 83 to
512 a, month for mechanics,' 84 to $3
for laborers, and those 'employed in cut
ting wood for post bakeries are paid by
thotord. All contraband employees,
receive one ration a day, and their fam
ilies aro supplied at the rate of a ration
for each person over fourteen years,
under that and over two years, ' half
ration. All those that are employed,
as well as their families, aro furnished
with suitable clothing by tho quarter
master, when it cannot- be , otherwise
obtained. The cost price of the cloth
ing and rutions, except of tho rotions
issued to employees, is deducted from
tho wages of tho latter, ,
VAt.r.ANDixorrAM and nis, Ohoan
Rebuked. Tho convention, which met
at Dayton on Saturday last, to nomi
nate a Union city ticket, adopted the
. jie'olcttd. That wo will tske occasion
at our enduing city election to make it
known to all men that the City of Day
ton repudiates Clemnnt L. Volljindinoc
ham and his organ 'tho D lyton Empire,
and rebuke sthom For their refusal to
support the Gnvcrnmont in . its death
ftrngglo with treaon; and to -tho end
that this rebuke may be the more em
phatic, we rail, upop nil loyal ronn,
without respoot to party, to vote for the
Union, anti Vallandingham, anti-Em
pire ticket this day nominatod.
A toast for the S-icrotary of the Navy
May yon ever put your best Foote
forward. ' , , ,
When Floyd will understand his trne
position When- he gets the kany of
Louis Napoleon's latest maxim
Maximilian fur Mexico.
, Good for doterpiining a man's weight
the balance at his bsnker'a.
'" The hero of a' hundred flights-
Floyd.. 1 ;' ! ; ; ,
polite way of impeachinsr a contle
roan's veracity -Sir. you tell a tela
U-tefal o ladies learning to skate-
Strapping fullows. Vanity Fair.'
, ' .-, ---r- .i '
' Tnc N.ttftNt.: Debt. -The offi-
in! .estimate of the present National
dubt makes it four hnndred millions.
fyIt U with t-. rftoit rlMr I kt w rvifim
m-iift t th (T'riiiti frm llhnmiiiliint,Otmt r Nn
rJ(irir, or tlif prrnhion etTpctn of mjrory Dr. ffUnd,
AnM'Rhfnmtle Btntl) it Mine th only mmaxiy
pjQlhr column. u mr Jtnr of tke Intl-Khaminatlc
' Addltlooal Evidence. ( ,
ifowit'M. W:ivanrAiint. Ohio. Jul ay. isa
Pa. O. W. Boatoa laeae eMr. 1 hao be afflicted
f-iraiiontla year with Rheuniatlam In my left thigh
auitnip, aaa in inai time 1 nav iriwi a great man
maaaillsa .iu.1 at coitaldoraiij
relief. A hbrtlime'aiiice
malisaaul at coildiirlikiafiene,but allhuat aim
MlUf. A .hh.t Xioe'.iiice f We. indocd Ltfvnne imti
In tlil plaoa, J. W. (Jrloill. to try yonr Scandlnarian
blood Pill. and Blood Purifier, ami am liapntoaarthat
I otit-iined mora relief front them than fromanvotaor
wtedicio 1 over u.od. I be I lore that tke continued
of your m vliciuo would eoHrel) curt me,
l.inra, c. - - 11. u. Jl H I I.-i.
Commercial & Financial.
1 "1 ' ' 'i a
- Hillaboro Pradu.ee and Oreoer? Market.,
'' O.vrofully Corre.led rry Wcdaaaday.--
' I '' MlUsana'. 'April OaAkJ.'t
WHEAT Price are about lb aama aa but weak
panrrnrer.an M toSSc for lied and Wli! u.
Klour bbl,rlll,4Oa4llrld Apple., ro,' Sa4
i, tut " rka, ..,. Salli
Wh,t, white, kl. Sii9J Il irot, , .. tulfl
' rad i-i " SOaiS Skoaldim,. -
Carr, - ,1 . . Sou5 Sid. ., , '.It
Oat,. 1 ' ; t f.ard, : al
Bwly, ; f ,-. .. " Sg,4 ;( frt-'i A-:tai'-Hay,
ton. "- a7O0 Cotta.. 1 i- glJ
ClovrJ, ba)h,0Oaa S.O. Motr. K" ' -awi
Tfaiiuk)''8vi,kabr ait OO .Id.nsy tup,', .a '.', -TiiaTr,
Buttar. Sb, . , 1U12 Ter ,...,Ua;lUo
ttKo.dir, ) - ae m. sr - -
f'heeae, . . alO 0 ua.lloa. ' .. Uut
real her, tb.; " waita riau. v., bhl, . mh
Whit kVaaiia. Iiaah, lal AO M ick.tol, t.ttibl.Jto C.anOn
tatt,kuaU, , ,.a40 Wood.ciwd, . .t . 11
' M ) .. .
0 trefally Compiled frnra Wedne.dyClly Papi-ra.
Weekly Bavlerr of the Cincinnati Maiket
For th MVaadUg TrMliay lila, ApflT t, imi '
iCIUCIcSXATI WBOLtSAtB PJtICRSCl'RKE.NX
o "' J irefull) eorrectederory k.l
U'h,..l ht.. ba. .utael OA I P'tthera. m. ''
rIoaa,cwt.,net, ... ....
Cara, f . ' ' a-il
O.lta, 1, .' t .t, ' i ax
B irley. prime 4M.ri
riua-trHMvl. bu. 1 at lib
M iliwtM, N . Ol, b1. 4.j4i;
Mackerel, Nol, til, alt) Do
WhltoPitli, bb, i ,
Tl.a-lbv ( .J, 17,lalHll
ail IU'-ndlea.mimmon.m'.' ail
oru.b'il, f a l-''".'"innMi,a, r-lVyf:
" I i-l-n,p xni
Potato, kbl. 1 .1 4Aal Mi
"hi in yard, bp, , H.lll
BiittMBoll,K. 1-."l'iOoalOII, fto.Vi
a Jnur,.ue.rr!ne, ten 1 yi
le-rnna, 4 lnl Vi b ird OU,u.1. ,,.7ila7R
Ki(ga.diaaj. -. . , , an . It i.ia Haait, tk -1 a , - Van
t heat, w. K.,n. ' oaol lard, ti, ta,,
Poana. kiiah, i - I Pl Pork, bhl,' ' '' at2 7.1
ell. Htmiu lit 1 01 ; nool.ro, - ';
in. 1.V.1 i Tn r. ...w 1 ik-.
-tnTt AKB.Maro v 31 ,The"Jura,
from Liverpool 20th. and Loft loftderry
21st, arrived here at 6 P.M. t .
Grsat BatTAtJi .'.Prosldsnt LioeoU's
emancipation message had attracted
mich attention in England. Tle Llvlr
pool Iit lays: There can he no'douht
it will have an incalculable affiot'snd
will b most favorable to .the Northern
oause, y The London Times in an edito
rial on tho subject aays: Itia the - most
important news since tho split. The
President's avowed object is jto recovee
tol itiS Union 1 the- border States. Thr
proposition ia important, not for ita
likelihood of accoptanoe, but simply be
sauie it f i popoiititn, Ind is tho first
bid made towards putting an end to the
The North .may. ctadu illy Hse in
its offers' until -something accept
able has been put forth. The only re
pty of the Southot President Lincoln has
been 1 a resolution of the" Confederate
House of Representatives to Ivirn' all
the cotton and tobacco that may be in
danger of falling into tho hands of the
invaders.' In every point of view' the
pmpbsition of the President gives great
soo'pe.' for" speculation, . and perhaps
some glimpse of hope, bnt it is for what
it may herald and not for whit It is.
Rnssoll's eerrcspbndehce to the Times
is again dated from 'Washington, and
comes down to March1 'SI: ' He says the
weather has prevented" Gon.4 MoClcl
Ian'' 'advrnce- lie praise's' tho con-'
sta ncy end tenacify of the Confedcratea
He. any i the Northern troops were get
tiog . weary 'of waf :atd ' clamorous for
furloughs. ; - . '' j - '
:7T- TT-ZTr ! r;-
' RoLt,A March 29. Reliabld persons
just from pur army ' in- the Southwest
say the rebels, some 33,000, undor Van
Dorn and Price, have retreated entire
ly across Boston Mountains, and are
now nt Van Buren and Fort Smith, '.re
ceiving supplies from Memphis and
Little Rock, via the Arkansas river,
which is high. , '
The Texas troops are much disheart
ened at the death of.. McColloch, and
the Arkansiaifs foci the loss of Moln
tosh severely. " , - ,
The rebels are badly off for clothing
end shoes, '.- . . ' '
Pike'e Indians have mostly returned
to the Indian Nation. They were
not formidable in battle, being panio
stricken at the effect of our artillery.
. One regiment of Texas troops reach
ed Van Buren on the 15th, to reinforce
Van Dorn, and more were cipueted
from Louisiana. . The wbolerebcl ro
inforcements will not exceed 5,000 in
the next sis weeks.
Lieut. Colonel Ilorron, of the Ninth
Iowa, who was taken - prisoner, was in
the hands of the rebels two weeks.
They were budly frightened, and re
treated very rapidly, and for the first
three days of their flight had nothing to
eat. Their cannon and bnggago trains
might have been captured.'
General Curtis army fell back to Keits
villi to seenro fofago, Arkansas, north
of Fayetteville, being entirely ont.
Our forces are now encamped at the
head of Cross Timber Hollow, where
water and forage are plenty. Our pick
ets extend into Arkansas, and the rebel
pickets come north: to the top of Bos
ton Mountains. Fayetteville is unoc
cupied. Very little; Union sentiment
has been developed in Arkunsas. -
UTtrwMondif.Jl.t alt., TA'tLtit Wnl. Infout ub of
Lcwla A. aail Mor(arvl J. Allen. . .
littlt Kit. nary Run of Fiunael K. ami I lolly Hoala,
died of Plptherla, agd 0 year, 1 nine.. 1 ilwy . :
If waa .raarka) for lit an"eei.jita and thouailitfiil
manaera. and war wont Io apeak with uiiconinmu In
trlllgeuea (for on of Ma gr) upon rrl.'ei.Mi. tl.lnii..
Purlin bia tllnaaa and wbn In (treat Mattering, he van
paWenl and prayrrlnl ; baantllui lliou.'hta or Ji aua and
liearck aremcl 11. flll bla mlad, and aa death drew near
ka apok to bla dltre4 avnta with auirh Irmlerueaa
nut Ui weeu for blui,aylit, "I am fouif hoiu," .Sow
Another lloa-er'a traneplanted
T yua fair, heavenly hid
Aniatnea; aoefa added , ; ; ' ' - v
Tu that aeiapliic baail. . ' .
ITIiy'ahmiM w weep that ti ia jon
Wky tnoaiti bla tdr.y dnotn f
The bud that burnt moat lovely here
In Heavau wHI brighlcat bluoin. . "C."
tu ArtetiSrld. on th 13tb nlt.. Jtnra B. Plkxbibv.
arrd l year. ilejKit a a.-aburuf Vapt. Burkt-tl'a en,
7S4 lUi'l O. V. '- ' -.
AtOl.rkal.arc. Va..oa th. ICih ult. ofTvnhold r.er
Bi.ajaitiai lo-i-r. of tjrecnfleia, In tli 9f)ih jeer of bla
age. tin wMaurjeu luuapt. uiu.tfoo.,37d Kog
Iment o. T, j, ,
Two more noble and gallant live aaorlflced na the al
tar of tlwircountnyl ! vtclinw Io Ikafi-ll d.
man of tteliclllon, whlrb laatainiiig lb anil a Ubth
IiIikmI ot bruv aad loyal men, whrthneallgtliolr
devotion to th canav. of Liberty ami th Cnnatltutionl
i r.11"i I c"B',"uJ""nl
1. chichi r.;.rm"t,'i:
A grateful Uwutry, preeervea
aiKlon. will ever hold them ia charlabeil reniembraiica.
and p'dat t tttrir umpl artbaaiaei gbrrloaa In tb
anoaisoi in awria
"How aleup tht !, who, Ink I real, .
By ad tlwix Ciuintiy'a wlalica bleat I
Tree akeuheat till tb ailghl U-M rWar -lUalltmiullnc-wkth
tlici fuu lurrvrr!"
Oary'fi Cough', Cure. .
. , floinaBopaUiio Brmedi. . .
Sa'ancortafiil liar tht lloinutopathli; tcnudle proved
In prleaU practloe.and rocantly lu th rare of General
Mcrie.Ua, that -Coirgreat U Uool. M ln,iilr luto
V-i.(laoy f introilgoiiig'ibaia rpta tka A liny.
eat l.Uai.bjru,aaiy bj W;'U. SHIIO, Higbtr.l
aasduur uortk uf Main. . ... - , , frbIS
', SPECIAL NOTICE'
;; To Conaumptlvea'.. ,
rrnil K APVKRTIIfKn, Uarlm Uwii ro.lored to knalib
JL lu a very fow vwok by a vary aiaipl c-uawly,
Uavlugaulfered toraral yeara with a anver lang iclUiu4
and tbntdroaddiaatr,Ouniiinitlr. laanlonalouakr
aaawaj to nia wiw-irnror th auataa ot ur. .1 -
'To all who li'iaire It, he will .ua.l a eoav uCilienre.
acrliUM u(d,(rrM of ebarge,) with the dlr.istl.in.
pr.iiaikjigand ualagtba aame, whlvk thay a III Slid
aurcurelr Cuntumptlon.A.llimK. Ilroni hitla, A.
only ukjart af tbartvertlr la aaadlng In praarrlptlon
ia lu bnlieat t h arMiotoil. and aor,.Mil l..r.-.ti..
be emnxi vt lu be Invaliialilr, aud be hopea everr u
wllltry hi-rn,., via. u wl gvt ,B,iai ,hlag,aoJ
RE V. EOWAKD A. WILHON,
I ablrO.ii'lutt Wllliaintbnrgf King, lounly, N.
J-MOUOO I I
ralll K Hloikboklnra aud Owaort in In UillalaMm
lery Aatoi-iailoa will koid Uteir regular Annual
Maetlag Kir taa Kieitwn af Oltluara and at ber piirpoae
at tke OiPc of Win. hem I, Clcfk.uu SA'f llll'AVk
3d next, at U e'nlark. I. M. ' ,s
ill peraont bo art lialrblad ttrtha Cemetery
lrlthmel dol.,..i : .',.,,.- .
ap-Md IHRI.MAN i:VA,, I't.r'l.
TIIK STATf or OntO, HN1MI.AHD orTt,S
1t nHlUf In th rownmSil rf PrS-f tnt '
from ill rTT of O"mmo plmi tn t4 tnr '
Hinnt, una iw Slrr-S, 1 will ottrr J'nMIe Sl
l I he door of Hi Oourt lima) hi IlllUhrtro, Ohln,
MOSI)AT,Tlll;.lTi PAT Or HAT, A. . ISSS,
htwrn lhtipirii of Iob'cIm-IT, A. M . 1 'nlock, t .
M. lhrllolii4i,!rllil Ural rlnl, ta-wll:
All Hint Irurt nrpnm-t of I11111I, ItIkk p"H nf Tapllla
AndrKV IlKton'ii Mirrri', 5n. 1r4, iinal In IllihlanS
roint, Ohio, an"! Inmnrtird a4 Sfaerlb at foll,., ta.
- Tn ml ttnir of ln-1-o. . I,i ill twe tit Kw
trfHwhnru, IIIhUnd ronnty, Ohio, aiiM.d bjr III. rim
Blnrfr.un laln lrt to th. South Ajlr.io a. (uillild
,M l,ot IS th rM.llr. (Jj AO ti .ll .
Valnril at flt. ' t "
tn-T.nti '..'il", (i ne m (fln ulil wS t
Nnw l.i-ralinrf In kM rnnnty mill flat afcrnaid.
I.ol N'. SralM'H alJIOO.
I.oi o. lOrnl.inlat SnO.
To b anlil a. Iha propurlr of laf CW.nr. il-ar,
I thnl of William llntr"l fa Hairlf aii.w(,
axalnat Hurl 7 annr. Tllrhman Chai ana ohirelill
dio and Im-ii. of aalil Int! C'ltantV, Sci.d, In pro.
crwllnn fur partition of Rml K.liili".
" Trmw of SaleOnr.trilM enrti, oni'-'tlllte lit 6filTii
on-thlril In two train, with lnlwt from dr l al,
tbo d-frrrnl pamrnti Io b aiuor-4 W)f morljnga m tb
nrominri li. f ( '' 1 '
''m.jw. BPABorn, s. n.r.
ll.BccON, Alt. apaft.pf
Wasltr Commlssfonfr'i Sa!e(
1I'RSUANT Io th command of an Ord.r for S.I
from tlw Monrl of Oomain Ptraa In and) r 1d :
and to m illrortt-d, I will offer at Public Sl al
tax door of In Conrt lluu In rtHUbom, on
MONDAY, TltX Bta PAT OP MAT. A. P. tlC2. "
Ixtworn the hotirt of IS o'clock A.M. and 4 "'clock P. .
M. of anld ility, lh MIoiHnt dotwribed rl PjtaU.to.
All that trn-tcw pn-urtof Imnt; holn pH ef rt.
Andraw Nixon ' urrrv, Ko. 4.SJO, aliaat In itlfhlm.d
caunljr. Ohio, and bounded a kllowa : . - .
Bjlnnlnir at two Mckorl nd a n, th nrthwl
corner to So'll Mnrrcv, No, KHt, and In th Una of
clirl.il-a Siirvcr No. 738, and matting with end Hi
north SOdvun-ot wrnt 131 pole to a ahltr-oak and blark
uak.aouthwMt ooriirr to Olirtull.'" aaid mnrj tkc .
nithll di-frrrct wpat 4r, and 61-imiha pvla to a wbltr
04k and dog-wood; thence north SO decree weal US nob a
t-i a Mum, Hi mmhant aomrr to John T. Palon'i M '
of land; thencowlth on of hit llnaa ontk II derea 1 '
minute- awl 12S nnlet t)ihr naiii,irlon'i toullini.t
rorjier, and In a Un ot eiirrer No. ireift; tnroc w im
aid llnaaontk def reea 174 pole to a rrd-ikr .,
daa-wood and oak, tothw.tcorner Io J. ST. Trim- ;
hb-'t Surrey No. (22; th-nc with an irf th llwaof .;
aid aunre.T north S3 decree aat luepole tntwonhile- .
oikt and d'tK-wood, uortliwett covuer to aid anrrey; .,
trinc with anotner or in tinea aoenn ob rrcn i
miniitra eat SOS polo to a Mark and klrkori,
northeatt fornr totald tiirrrT No. S2S4. and In a Ifo
nf Sootl't tnnrey No. SOSS; thelice with aaid Bn north IS '.
dogren raat 1 15 pole to t he beirlaBina', containing l'S,
acrra; anr and except ekicm nn poiee 01 tain
trart.-d'Krllicd aa fnllnwa, to-nff: Port of Andrew Ml-
oii'a inrrey No. 4M). beaannlnitat aatuaj northeaat or. .
par to John T. Imtldaon'a aorrey ol land; tbenc aontk
13 drareoa weal with Darldton'a line IS polea to two
aumt and a atona In Reucker'a line; theac whk aaA r
Ha aonlh 8 draree i-a.t 17poea to a atone in aaid
tine, and aonthwoat corner to Samuel Mitchell' land;
Mien' nort Ii 1 dare ea.t with TtllrWH'a Kb WJ '
uolea toatt-aeln a lia with John P. Miller' land ..
then.-e lib Millcr'i line north 78 wrat 46 poll I th
Valued al JOT per acre. .
To he anbl aa the property of Jolik Pnak. at tho tult '
if n.irld Xotd agalnat him at al. - -
Teimi of Sale Cath. B. W. SPATteVn.
Sheriff and Special Master fToninalaalnnec.
Btanxic A SMtTit.Att'ya. apSta-pr'iSSef t IS
TIIRaltvenwardTaaeT(tlill, of the Dty of fin.
elnnatl, lu th County Huaillton, and Stwro
of Ohio, la hi-rebt notified that, on tht 2iib day
M iixh, A. P , 1862, thaaalil Sally Klll-.tt Sled her peti
tion ill the 0III.-0 of the Cteik ni the fonti of CVnimt-aj
l'j.. within and for th (lonwty of niyhtamat and Staia-'
of Olio, rltaralns aalil lo Rlllolt, her hu.laad.
wlthaxtriri'..:rtiel,y and ara oc;b-f t af duty toward
hr, and aeklna thnt ah aiar, IhereS.r. be dir.. red from
th aaid l.aae till. uf, and rcatorcd i her maid, n nam
of Sallr Ilndniii. SALLT KLLIOTT.
Murrh 2ft, IS-5.
J. )i..ah, Alt'. I ' (naart7wT
- O. i J, ECKLEY,
nAVI70 Pl'ni'HAUD the Nnreery alavk lately he.
lun.-lnx to Colllna Hill, and added tho earn tn
hi. f inner frN I. re-iwr prepared to ftirnt.h all kind of
FKI'It and OS NAM K NT A L TKKt. Whriihe, Krer,
green., r-., of the liti-et varli-tioa, at very low price.
Aleo A Rnotl aa.orlmrnt uf Oranva, Ktrawlicrrfe,"
Tlctden'- on Sonth ttli-h afreet , woat llde.
Ililtab'irii, March jn. ISiiJ. (marOOwS
tfy at Justice of the Peace,
. sttio, Ilighlaml,. Co , O. . '
ANT luialm-M ntrmled t kltrt. a Attorney. or aa
JilMU e of llir Pt-acr, Kill la-proniptl) attiUdeal Io, .
I.i-tliv nVt In tho t'tmrl llnn-o.
Law nffira up arair. In Ike three itory brick ball-Jinn,
formerly rnllia Minn:
HllUUof,., 0 Uarcli '.tS 1SC2,
SATOTtrE TS IfKHI.BY T.IVKN TO THE fnKPIT- .
IM or of Mnllhea II. Orr. vrlia hare un-arwted ihilr
claimi to the auilcraignrd, a A-.lav duly peoren,
and bad the aaine nllnwl, that a dividend naa tbia day
I.hJ . W. W . . . . m ,11.1 1 ..
I ia now ready to pay th mime, and wflt attend, at hi
Ohio, of PrlVHi lar f'au. tKeneoi. m.1 ll.e ntL.r.luiM..
ore in ii iiii,nrinn, lii aal'l county af Higblaad, o
thn rar rfoy of April aext, foi the pnriioee of liavina aaid
dividend. Jjjcrs Ii'll.f,,
Iiiarl33: . -. , v., Aaa.gef at. . Ir. .
Thirty Dollars. Reward.
ASKVVAKI) OF rimTY POM.AK Wll.f, UK
paid out of the waff. ,,f ,loN II L T I'M Si , S.r
Ilia ariv.i and cnnflnemrnl in the f.M of Highland '
i;..nalv. a- a deaerter frmu the ti at, rVrvlca. uth Begl
muiit, O. V. nw In t'amp Penni-.,!,
P. W. VAvwiXKLK. 1,
. fnplall. i.i IScg't. .
AfoA like ceward in l.e w-iW f..r thrkereet aod
amtliienient of V,.J, VANkt'I, a ilrxrlrr Phi th
Hillalwrii, March 1, ISS. ':' (rl3r !
i ' Somcthlns t ew. . , ,
Merchants and Business Men,-
! EteriloJy T'lkcNutict t , . , ,,
ITll HAS A KOTK OK ACCOVN'T.'aJtier at. .
TV hom -r al.riH.il, let It fe. large or tamll, can
bav it promptly atlendrd to, by oalliag al Hne I ,
' Xoti hat corner ol Main and High t.
Ilavlni niadaarranreatenta an nato hare a Trarellua
Cilba-tor over Highland, Hu. Broan. Adalaa andl'ler-'
luoiit eonuiiea, all Piotea or Accvuuta left u my hamU
will roodr prompt attention and raaaoit warranted tu
Ive ierfect aaliefaelllin.
I nova al.o iniid arrunganicul Kits a caaapatawt and
exprriauced Attornry, to awl.l in any way aeceaaary la T
lb prompl eollertltiu nf claim, who will alwara b la
m.j .'ui., icm. iu...,aHr ioiupnB pr to aacriTw 1
clalmt during my alwenc, . ,
narOtf. ' . Hlllibof,,, riifhlaiid aouuly, O. , ,
. 4 SheritT's Sale. .."
TIIE STAf B OP OHIO,lflOlff,AXBOtNTT. S.'
JauieS. JCrvln, Auinef ) i in
KanWScvtl, t SwttMNuj lm ;
Jam Mi-Vli-kera. ' J
IN OHKIifKNCK to (tie Cimimand of an :xecutkn la .
ued lnlhe.l,v., 1 will at al Publla Sale, al
tb dour uf Hie Conrt Huuau lu Ilillabnro, Pbla, ua - ,- ,
I M'INOAT, THE 2Siu PAY OP APMT., A. P. IWi. ,
??r v ? s r l0 a r-.
ne PIHV.IIIK ar nnaia, annate) in la aaaarvy.ar
iguianu ann slate or UIHoJhouiidu4 and uwcib aa
lloi ; tn-wil y
n ..i .. . L. . . . . , V . 1 I . . . 1
ir.iFFiur.o, ..-,r. ii in-l'"l .iv,,(H, m TUC IttWW IH
Ilillalibro, knows lu live ubdliielon 04 aaid Lola No.
4. Bogiuniug at an alley 4 oft wide, on. Main aire. I,
Ie4wca th proiwrty f 1, J. ',ill. and J a A Trim-
hi, and running rati a Ilk Main atn-rt alxlcea A-fd and
elant Incbea; thebr north aarallel with High atml
rty-Hve fiot, to an alley of five foot lu width reaerved
for the uee of th property ol aaid Pallia and Trimble;
tlwnce with aaid alley aixteen fool and elrhlln. hce lu
tu alley oral abov aaraikuv-d; ka wMh aaid all. y
forty-Sra fe-l ta tlw nbu- of beataatnan Wioa laa weet
pari ol aaid Siclli aal No. 4, aad aialera tee eight tn.
cheaps Main ati-eei, and forty- leva bact,atoag the .
aiairway, blrh It reaerred Ui Ik 4 tke riKinia oh
i". ana wra at aaiu) aeriaeaai no. , aoa not lu laa
obstructed hy the owner or uc-apaat af rMlwf.
a ppruiaea at S I , and caa aol tell lut lea tkta two,
third, of tk .nnr.li-n.nl. . . ....
Taken ou Mention the property of Jama McVh-k .
ert.at lb tult if Jaaiea S. Ervln, Aatlgne of PaaW)
Term nf Sole, Cath. B. V. SPAttCl'B. . H C.
P. bV-ott, Alt'y. . . . ,. (raarSAia
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To tho liuunia lately aopuplad by M. k. Orr, '
in sMifirs how, mainstukbt;
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- Viwrlyoppqiii the Court rT-maa,
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.t'lieraah. Mrllf I... k.im. I.tu h.. .huI.
' tVom th r.-.ol lire al kor ul i .land. - '
lfilai,oru, ,lalu m, , . . 1 Jnu