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NO NOKTII, NO SOUTH. I7KDr.ll Till: CONSTITUTION, BI1 A SAflMlD JI A I XTIN A M T OF THAT I NTH I I?l IVI AM) THE INION.
M'AHTIIUR. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. JANUARY, 49. 1805.
hyf H. U l?J 1 R
; C!f flic Jrtjntr Jjcniociat;
(JUSIlKn ivvKlty TUCRSt.kV BT
E . A . BKATTON.
fti Brutlon's nullum, last of Court
lloucf. Uii Stuns.
Tlia Dem.. ititAT will be sent ono year for Two
Dollar; Six Months fo? Ono Dollar; Tli'eo
juoiivo, iu: ni'j .......... ....
f-AH puporswill bo discunlinuca ai uie
Aoiratlon .f tliO time paid for
XEI5MS KUU APVLTriSlXfi.
Ono Sipiaro one insertion, H.
JCuoli additional iimortlon, ,M
Curds ono your, . , 8 u
Notice of appoliitn.eir.sot" jiinit a
ors, tiuiir.lliin anil Exoculor t 2.00
AttuchineiitnWic before. . 1. 2,'0
i-.r.trrlul ii . 1 1 i . o nor lino. 10
Yoartv advortisinoiits will cnarirw ou, :
iw (.'' mi nor uni'uin.
Mi'l in propurlliiiiuM ra'.u for loss tlistu a
coiiimn. nn I'.t li- timo.
t-VoiilinoHiiii.iioii cliuue.1 a Ol.ft iq.iaro,;
tod ull A Urti-imcnU ai 1 Legal ft..lieu iimwt .
bo paii! in n lvu ico. t
:f"rhe uliovet rms tn ii"t ho complied with I
tTAII paymoo must no inaue 10 mo i ro-
p .tor, as wo ha it n., aironts.
The liciaicrai Joh Office.
7e aro proparoJ too) cento "v.tli noauioss,
Jispatcli and a', prices t xl defy competition,
nil kinds of Job Work, .,uch an-
I' AM I'll LETS,
CILL UEA.I S.
HI. AN ICS of all KINDS,
LABELS, ire, &c.
) ous atrial and bocoiivincedtliot wioan
a i l vv i 1 i do t.ri.iti isti heiipor for Cash, thi n anj
ithorestal ,1'hmcnt in tliissffction otcn intry
LOI;ie MOUTU, OHIO
TKi-i Utilise Iroii'.s on lliu Sinam limit
L.H1UHIL', anJ iicir ill-! Ruilroja Di-pot. Nu
,,,,,,, tull besptrel fur the uixu.iiailaUoii
no no j 1 cTrtD5
ll'l.ir.h UOI'EK, Wl'lO.l.no, V
Aiffii'iaov .11 Lavr a i!
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
Koine licensed hy tlio U.'S., for Vlio purpose
1 will attend 10 tlio prosecn'ion una codoction
of evorr doscripion of claims iiifainst tlio
Cuitod States, and fisute of Ohio, Inelu4ing tlie
Moretni wul elainis.
Uuuiitics uml Airenrii,'e ofPuy
VESSlfN'S for woauJod and ilis'ihled sol
diers aiol bcu'iiou, and for tlio hcira of soldiers
nd seamen who liavo died and been killed in
the service. I would say to my friend, that
hewi'd attend promptly to the.r business and
June Dili 1SU.
aTconie':,m.i). a.is.vminufk m.u
PHYSICIANS AHD SUB30NS,
Will attend promptly and rnrnfullv lo
the practice of their ptofessioa in all Us
2 CO" SPECIAL ArTTENTION GIVEN TO
i Jiir . .
Two doori East pf .E., D. Dodges
, . Stoie'
, Having jttst recovered from a fevere at
' tack of the "Oil 1 ever," whicti rauged a
"temporary absence from hia oflice, taRfg
' ' pleasure in announcing to the public' that
he is again at his post, where he may be
lounu at all times reaar 10 g ive prompt at
tention to tbe various branches of his pro
; fession in this, ami adjoining Counties.1
" -Jan. 6th, I8b5. 3 mo,
1 "M iinufa clu rer J
, . 1 v ; ..; Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. ;
2 ':Yaurakts: all WorK.
; 1 " Jecpa constantly' on band cd wil
bfcll at tho lowest prices, Saddles. Bri
-, dies and Harness of every despriptioh
and warrants his work lor two years.
:, Uall anu examine, jlbi aoor west pf
' lie Oourt House. , - . i
- ADec 22. 1864-6mo. . .' ,
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
ON and after Monday, Ooiubr31 ISG4, una
u it ti 11 further notice, trains wul ruu us ful-low:
Leaves Cincinnati lit 7:40 A. M.: Leave Love
und, ot 8:oJ A. JI.; urrivosut CliiHiuotlio ut
Vi:-i'J I'.M.; Leaves Chillieothe at li:5D 1'. -M.;
k-uven Hum Jun Junction l M.; ha-os
at i'-ii V. M.: kavu. Z i.-Ui . t.t. II -tl
1'. M., leuvua Alliens at 4:1;) 1'. M. Arriv.--!
-it Marietta at fi:f5 t. M.; arrives ut Parkers
i burg ut 7:UU V. M.
MAIL (JOiNO WKT.
Leave Lliillieollio at VIS I'. 31.; leaves J.vo
Ilamlat ft:5ii 1'. srrivea ut Cinciimiitti at
Z tloUi Freilit curyiiij rasititij'frs, iiau
A(..Ulllir tfulll t.l3l ul A y .
vt.tai S:34 l. M.
TI i o Accommodation Train Leaves C"ui!li,-othu
st 5:;jo A.M.; arrives nt Oinciuiiaiti at 0:j5 A.
Leaven Purkoisburij, ut 7: 40. A. M.; loaves Mar
i iuttu at 7:43 A.Jt.j louos AOiciih ut 10:1)1 A.
M.; leaven Zuluski, 11:4") A. M.: loaves .Mo Ar
thur, 1 J : 1 o I'. M.; llaniden 1 uiioii ,n at -J;Hg
A. M. Arrives at Ohioieothu ut 1:5s I'.M
u.; olivos UonciniiHti nlll.30 i'. M ; urrlvusut
l. iiiicotno at :m v. m.
Cjin ectioiis uie mut'e at Lovulmid wi'li
Triati' to iiiul from Coluiiiliiis; r"tl at liamiicn
Junction witl) trains to and from 1'oruiii'iuin
J ilN UUKAMU, Sup't.
Jji'Mary U, Hi 1-ly
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
" I'OKTSMOUTU UitANUII
ON and uftor TlwirnJay, Kobruary 15, I'Ht,
runla.- I'ussoiirfer I'raius will run in con
i:ectioii with the I'raius on main linu between
('uriniiioiilli und Cincinnati, as follows :
Leaves l'wrtsmoiitli ut S:l" A. M., arrives ut
Hionicr. at a:3j.l.M.; arrives ut I'orMiuul at
10:01) A.M., urriven t.t Jackson ut lo:jJv. .;.;
arrives at llmndeii ut 11:S0 A.M.; aritos ut Cin
cini.ati ill ;':..i I'.M.;
Leaves Ciiiciiiiiati at 8:30 A.M.; loaves 1 am -
don at J:oi) r-'.M.; arrives at JacUson ut 3;;!4 1'
M ; airivcH ut l'oriland at l;il I'.M ; arrivesot
1 lotiecr at 4:5U I'.M.; arrivco ul 1 oiumoutli at
AcconimoJation Train departs from Prts
moatli at S:4.i I'.M.; vrrivesul I'ioucor at 4:3
ami dt'.l.irts at 1.5 1; .trrivesat Jackson ut 'i:4
and llaind"U. t.1 7:30. Departs il:40 ; r
rlvcs'ut Jucltson at 7:35; urrives at I'loneer ut
il:3.'; und ariives ut l'orismoutliat 1 1 : 15.
Tliroaoli 'l'iekels to IVmeiiinali cun bo obtain
e.l at I'urt .inoiith, I'ortlaud, und Jackson, at
the tolluwirif; raits:
1't.rtMiiouth to Ciiiciiina'.l, f I (10
l'urtland " lo f.400
Juckhon " do 4,00
HOUND TRIP TICKETS.
From l'ertsinnutli to Cincinnati u.i.l return
(l,(o Tickets from I'urttmoutli to Muriofa
and I'urkirsbiirg. 3,00.
R. W. (iUAI'R, Assis't Sap't
Feb. Until 11-1 lyr.
A SURE CUBE,
17 VERY BODY ISBP.INO CURED OF
JLU this (tistresoing disease by the use of
D. Strickland' File Itimedy
Read wl.at a sufTf ter says.'
Mr. J. i. Ilaxanlp, Ib4 Second street
Cincinnati, O., sns he has been a drcndin
sufl'orer with I'il.'S for a linijr lime, i-nil li
tried n-arl y everythinjr, nn, niuld obiHin no
Plie I- ile used Bboirt imp lourtli of a pel
nf II. q.,:..li.....i n:i.. n; 1 r.
w. vi.uun.nmiiu o lie VMH i lilt 111. mill
made a cempliOe cure. He advises ev
one who is HiiHerinor to try it.
oolil bf all Drnists. DO renin ner 011I
Manufaclured at No 6 Eust Fourth street
Cincinnuti, O. Ask fur
STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY
Maa23 '64 1 y.
OF ALL KINDS'
l.otter Presses &c.
FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO
t. , 'pi JMouroe Slreet, TOLI.DO.
' fJBe ojreful tobi'y on I) 3 he Genuine
June 2nd 1314 lyr.
0 0 V E
5 n i f
JUST rjciied and for ilo ut lh LOWIJTT
?rk ti the Dnif Store of .. -
.- . y t . nr. A. (JOITDBE.
FRESH CAN FRO IT.
PIKB-APfLES, Peaobos,- Biiawborries, Bluck
berry g Hroea l'e Just recaiva,! una r..r
at the Drug S(or f ,:, '
. ' Dr. A.COKlEE.
. TO CONSUMPTIVE. ;
Consumptive sulfcrers will reooivm vulimhl..
for (hcas of Cormunptjon. A
tbita, Uionohliirf, and all ihroaV ami Limir ul
feclioDS,(fraoot Ji.KUWARD a. WILSON
.... WHiiamsibure, Kings ;,'o., .
'Sept. 9M4-8m . ; ' Ko Vork.
Exciting Rumors of Approaching
Intervention in American Affairs.
[From our own Correspondent.]
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.
Il'stirius wliiuli tiro ohtniniiiij ividn
nirruncy lierunro to bu b iliovud, llmro
is at 'ast real dangi.T to Ui Hircht'Ti
Ifil ol intervention in our riiriin liy
Efjlan'i and Fntniv. U h known
here, ami is H;i'nl to litv. lwen known
in the SUM D.-purtiiifnt lor several
lio s. I hill Ei'uliui'l !ith liefi quietly
ornnizinH Urjju I'rcuol inn. to be
li"ld in reiiditieM lor sonio imioifiint
Inly. An (rJtr, mrunver, in known
t liave buen isaneii. p'eiiiiln v re
f usin&r lutivca of ubdence to tlin olfficra
1. 1' several of llio liesl iciments .iftlio
bii'jhsli army, and I lie recent mirvel
oii9 pncnptiu.va ol tho OanadMn an
tliorities in ruisini; men, even ut tlu
iX-eur?o of an enlurced drafi, inder
liio pretext ol an tijprelion-led in vision
liy tlio Fenians, ia thouoht to point
cleaily to tlio fuet that tbey bad bei.-n
iiiptrueljd toeoizo tlio first tpj'i t imit v
of organizing ull uvailublo Kirejs lor
Tho recent notice of tho abrogation
of the Iieeiprocity Treaty, nnd tlio
doterniiiuition ol tho" Govurtneni to
insli tho work with all possible haste!
np mi the gunboats intondod for service '
in the northern Lakes ii aUo noticed
by thoo who aro no-w watching tho
sigiiiuf tho thiol with intetiso iutot
est. Additional excitement li.n been
awakened by tho important leie'ing
edilor;u!9 in tho Uichrnon I Jivim'tii"
and the &nlititl of the 2nd iiisttint.
Tneso are believed to have bteti
ppom-pitil byLmirj Nhpne.., ami to
liave been pulforward to nreimro the
iniiuls of the Sonthem luioplri tor the
i,. . t i .... '
!;J l' 1 'vo ol the rebel lead.T.-, .
nun mo nontn is now harder iusned
t.ian at any previous tiiuu duri'jg tho
war can not be dono'd, and the un
willingness of Enghind and Frauco to
see the Union r-btored is well unjor.,
Hood. They wiil never permit lio
rioulh to be eoiiqiK-rud. If is believed
that the programme will be in effect
as follows: Notice will bu given after
the i h ol March, that England and
Eraneo recognizo Mr. Lincoln as
I'letsiili-nt only of pueh Slut"8 as are
re 1 resented in tho electorial college,
which is tantamount to a recognition
of Coiilederato independence. The
c -nri-e bint"d at by tlio R'chiri.nd
. api-rs is believed to have bee'i aduo.
'ed sumo time fiince, and the Confed
erate btates have already nfLrei
hi nibelvea as colonies ol England au J
l''iancer ur at least ask tuoso powers
o assume a protectorate over l limn.
STARTLING CONFIRMATIONS OF THE REPORT
OF INTERVENTION—THE DISUNION
OF THE UNITED SATES TO BE
OFFICIALLY AFFIRMED BY LORD
From the Montreal Evening Telegraph, Jan. 3.
Rumors have been prevalent fur
some time ot un iaereusc to tho initio
lial military lorco of Canada. . It is
now stated in military and other well
informed circles, that the Coldstream
Miards and other rcgun .'ins, to the
number ol ten thoiisau.l men, have
been o'dtied to bold ihmuso! ves in
readinets to embark ir Canada. Tlio
reason given in tho same circle lor
this movement is tho intention of the
Government of Franco and Great
I3i'ituiaA .um tho inauguration ol Mr.
Lincoln i'L:l utxl. t reciL'nize
bita a ; J'ent oftjjr of those
btates for which lie has k'vhuMed ;
thus officially affirmiuir tJiodisunion
ol the formerly UuiteJ btates spoken
of by Earl Riiosell 111 his letter to the
ANOTHER ACCOUNT—NO ORDERS YET
ISSUED TO THE TROOPS.
[From the Montreal Gazette, January 4.]
A rumor bus bbeu current In this
city for three or four days that a num
ber ol regiineuts, including the Cold
stream Guards, bud hud -intimation
that they might prepare to be in rea
J 1 nors to move to 1 -anaua ; and it was
understoodrto be current in military
circles in fact, so positively aa that
every body believed it. Wo learn,
however, npoii an inquiry :n a quarter
...1.1 t ' I '. ' ' ... A- . . .
wuieii leaves no room lor uouui. mat
it is not true that uuy order lias been
given ou the sulject, or any official
mtiuiat-.on.ol Biicii a uiovoiaonr 01
troops sent to ths country,' Thin
rumor was coupled with another, that
ou the 4 ill ot March next, tire day 01
the reinstallation ot Mr Aoiaaum
Lincoln in the President's chair. Great
Uniaih and Frabci w -uid only r?ci-
nizo hiiu us the Presiiluiit ol the Stutt s
.01 which he ia elected, and 'in that:
AuTMiiuke a rocoi'iiitioij Of Snnrli.'
em CoDfederacy. . ,
u j. .;.-. j - - i t
ARMING—THE QUALITY OF THE
In th-. vear lSlJS fin is V.svmh
annm it m u! iut to put fnrih ili
Btrenijtli on paper. Its force em
"ista ol ono hundred and twelve bat
t!ion of- miliriu, termed "Service
Militia." and these ir to bo filled at
"nee by n ilruit, and as follow :
In Can ida V.. A ;,,ins
IiiJ-'anada Ea si ,.l Biiun,
T"';i1 ; 112 bural ons
The battalion wi'l 1111101' (135 iihoi;
and l battali 1119 will. thuM'niv. ive
8D.G-W, or. with tin, ofK.;,.rj. 100,000
men. in rnind numbers.
This forco'U no' b'.-inj filled np by
a dra't from all ablo bodied in:l!e-i be-
tween tho a rU8 0f ciubteen and forty
five, who firm the "Eiyhteenth Clam
Service" men. It is to receive' six
days drill at any time that tlio Gover
nor General may order it.
The men. us a body, aro hardy, and
of a mixed race, note I for courage.
Tlio arms tint c ui b liinii.sli.il iheni
at Bhort notice me not gootl, bein
only the innsset. Tho force is being
organised in a way that h not ut all
up to thii tiinii of scientific war j und
it is very evident that tho men at the
head of tho militia of C ma.l.i are very
inapt at their work. It that for.ju is
to remain in their hands it can novcr
be a very efficient one, or ono able to
cope with tho militia of this country.
It is landed by two deputy adjutant
generals, ono for each Ruction of the
province, the judicial for the Eastern
nect;oii being very Ign uant.
In addition to this force, ono ol'
volunteers numbering two thou-nin I
men, has h.-eu c..';i-. loaned along the
frontier, in .,r .-r ',0 .'Vent raids upon
the li-riv i v ,,; i',.. : ut; X-it, a ll
; 1 1 ''-'" 1'iteil a..lte8 It
i, 0ICvd into iiir,0 ' tKloiinislrati vo"
haitalioi. 1 ha', is, of companios taken
Jur a .1 imui iruui.. in . voiuifo.r loro'
anu put in battalion, that t hoy 111 iv be
determination of the Aministration
to Wage War of Extermination
Against the Rebels.
[Special Correspondence of the Chicago Times.]
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.
. Tho re-aeRjuililiiig of Congress af
ter the holidays will maik an import
ant era in the history of tho war.
ILtherto it has buen conducted with
soitio shallow prutonso ns having for
its object ibo restoration of the Union.
The pretext is 11 ' laid asidu Toe
mask has iieen worn already too Ion",
in lh-' opinion of Mi. L;uc dn and his
advisefj. Now that ho U finally sea
toil upon the throne tor lour years
more, wirii pi.vers Ur exceeding those
ol a constitutional, m murco, it is lell
that any further concealment of the
real ubjocu and purp sua ot tho War
would oe the soeentt afT .elation.
That obj ct was pivt y plainly
shadowed until ill tlio recent speech
ol General 13 1 1 1 1 1 ; r in New 1'orK. and
in the resolutions ofl'er id by Mr. Rm
iin;, ot N. U . in Cougitas. It is, in
plai 1 words, no loiioer to treat the
inhabitants of ibo Southern Stales us
if tin re was any possibility that thov
uiigl.t, at anj lutuie timijUgan be
011 lellow- ciiizens ; but to treat them
as the children of Israel were ordered
to treat the Canuanitet., ibo Hittitos,
the Jebusites, tho Amoiiites. tho lliv
ites, and (ho Pur.zltes. and all oilier
inhabitants of tho land which was to
bo tiieir possession -namely : To ut
terly destroy them and th ir cities,
ainl to root, 1 heni nut, ihey and their
wives' and their little ones, and take
their pbi-sessions lor their spoil. Their
eye was uot to pii v, uor t!ie:r baim 10
In like manner our generals are
now to bo UHtriieted Unit, the rebels
having reiusod to submit to the au
thority of tlio government, having
relused the piouiided amnesty, and
having refused to abolish slavery, the
aie lias come, in tho words of the
President's Jat message, tu withdraw
all oners ol Htnnesty that have ever
been made to them, to consider them
as incorrigible rebels, and to wage
ugaiu-t tbeiQ u war of extermination
and conquest. Such a war will now
bo commenced, and will bo wa"ud
with the whole power of the yoveru
It will not be,' however, any worse
:n its . features of barbarity than (he
iast , 'campaign of Sheridan in the
SI.e iand uh v.l!. y, nor will it
exceed th'. Se a;r u.l y practiced by
uiebui, Mdioy, and McNeil. Tho
rocitios permitted by theao geueruls
have never been rebuked
ULiolaoded at tho time, und fVio v one
tbu four have since beon mtiuili-
(The puly cliaugo which the uew order
1 - j v . '
a ' i I l. Ii i ..
io;ngs win niilKe, W 11 O.-, Unit t,
iinaiiiier ill wlnuh Sheri'lan. and Mil -
!")'. ul"' McNeil, an 1 Torehin made
,u... ..-;n 1... -..1 1 .
..... w ,,, mil uie ii-,
c- pti..n. Our armies, henceforth, will
not make war on ll. mbe! a mi
alone. :il..'y w:ll bo ordered to nl
war on the country -and on nil its -Savanna',.
habitants, wiili .utiliiim-tiou. I'iiuir ,
eye is ii t to p,ty, uor their hrK.d
spare. They are to drive ..ut th- in-
habita.iis t-i tho land belore then;, hir.un-l
are to pvisscss tliu laud,, tin " and
their ch.ldron. j
Let me assuro the people that I am
coulMiini ni)ell to emiplo. lir! '
lacts. The administration now agrees '
with General Sliernnin, that the war,
conducted as it has bion. may !a t f ir
twenty years, and the South srid ho ;
uncoii(iiered, because the population. ,
and i his means of tlio nii'iiral inert ase
of population, will sdl exist. Tl,j
is det, roiin.-d to pre-
;.t tins. L) y. ur read.rs re ,-
lu r .Mr. Lincoln s hoiiK-ly illustration
of slavery, comparing it to ralile-
to in bed u-itli your children ?
would not wa f, If- s,fd. t r...
about it, but would etnko and ki I
well, Jir. Lincoln mi l his a lvii-
era regard each rebel as a rattksoake.
sod each rebel lamily as a n- t of!
young rattlesnakes. Their ha'red of
the South and of slaveholders
Diouglvt them to tluu d 'ice ol ni ili"
Hunt feel in .
A, .... , ,
war ol , xtcrm.nation has, there-
itiu ijuui; ii:aoivi;i iiii
boei: resolve 1 and w.ll be
ertuken.' Ilrt measures adopted
Sherman and 1 urchin- w.ll be jU
suflijietit to efl'jct it
invinonr, when victory
out utiiis in every directiti-i, Mould bo
a must auspicioiH 0110 lo, agran ldis
p.ay o magnaninnty on the part of
uie xuiuiuisiraiiuti, in ouji nig to the
.1. . i i:.ti . . .... 1
people ot" tlijj tViiV uo 1 ter nil as wo
could well afford' to give, and ' which
loreit'ii nations would consider liberal;
that is, simply the old Constitution
and tho old Union, lint the Admin
istration have always been determined,
as was stated in my letters three years
ago, thut tlie old Union shall never be
restorod, and tliey w.mld not think
now ol ofll-rin the people of tho South
any terms which they could accept.
What they are determined to do is to
keep them out of tho Union, nut to
bring thorn in.
It requires no prophet to foretell the
result ol such a ptdicy as lias been do
terinined on by tho Administration.
The w nl; of exterminating ten mill
ions of puoj.lo can never bo ace nn
plishtd. The system adopted ol such
policy will onlystre ig'hen southern
armies, there is reason fo-bj ieye,
(00. that it will bo I he ti m-il f,.. r'.-tt
active inlerveution in favor of th
South, on the part of E iglan.l un J
Fiance, which has long been immi
nent. 1 ho grave blunder ot M-sirs
Lincoln and oeward, in rolusim' to
allow tho SS5 000 in gold, contributed
iy chuiiUhlo peo) j in England, to be
distributed among tho Confederate
prisoners at tho North, will inflame
more than ever betoro, tho ii'itmositv
the people of England a ' tinst the
Government an 1 poopl j of tiio United
Lot tho intelligent rortd:T3 of the
Times look back for three years anJ
contemplate the m ui v-s and incjnt
ivos wliicn, dining tiiat per ol wjj
-I... :.. 1 4. 1.1 i
uavo 1111 rrisneu in ooin rrmcij alii
Eng'and 10 ungate in a wir with iii
luvor of the South, mil t iev- w.l
will agreo witlr in j that tlu w n lor 1
that such a war has not been precipi
tated before. There is only one cause
tho delay. It is, that England and
Franco, win an in p u feet ucc rd on
this subject, hive only been waitii!"
until bo;h tlie North un i S-uitli s!i ll
have become sufiiciently exliausted ;
N -rth, in order that we mav be
easier conquered; the South, in
order that, fevlinn their extreme weak
neas and the desperation of their cause
ti.ey would bo more willing to make
terms highly advantageous to th
All thb signs indicate that tho neri-
is fast approaching, and that we
aoon bane on our hands war with
Franco ana Euglaud, as well as with
Capture of Savannah.
(From the Richmond Whig, Dec. 29.)
The stationing ot thirty tnouainrl
ui icusourg, wnero they c m d I
nucio 'iit.-jr uueiimu, 01 COUrso, U
to tha enemy, wa3, vro Drcsuinj
re Hi the nature of a s turirise to
friendship, on too part of tho sublime
coived, than the result of the
way, anj tlio do. r lift- pnou tor
Sherman to opiate as ho i.Io-wd in
Georgia, it was gYn.rlr tV-uie-I that tho
ikolarmy of Hanb-e w..j bo ricrifi -sd at
The eneu.v, emboldened
y the am ,ll(lia,Vl1i whU.u t,
to'had alr.a ly witnessed, did not doubt
tiia' tin would bo the crownim- irlorv
.r.e'.i.nie,J in tho a I iratijtTtlio de
they strucr'nn. iio .,- 0(- jj (rjJe ()it
Ilea,.. eg., ,d also. " It wa will, 'infinite
ph a-mro then. thht wo leaned that
Savannah ha I been evacuated by our
foics, who carried with tho.n all their
'men un I Mitei-foC. S.ivann-di whs of
n ' me to u8, but the men could not
well be sparol. 7o drew a Iou
breath, and' thanked heayuu for even
Stvumah rtas been' captured in
admin:8!ralioii evorv war that has taken placo on this
coiuinmit, IV the lJBroluti(ln icclu-
sive. It Wa taken l.v i. i-:.-.i. .
bis.tempt was ma 10 to storm the works!
Dy '" ui itisli. -.....1..
1.. . ' - -"
UMliC plan. AeVeltlleleM r,wr,.
Ijfreat fear that it u.-..,,i.i i . - .. ". i
Alter Hood hud' I ,......;
.1... . . " ""'"law
11773 from Florida, llie aHn h ' lllf,i
Uie 9 wampb having been betrayed Zv
negroes or a negro. The next veirit
was iienieged ,v a cumbiued FrLri,
H-id AniLr.can fom., tn,d BnA 1
Gftiiral Lincoln, commanded the
American armv and tho Count
d'Estang the I.V.,,,.1, n..ot . "
ill- 'V, ,,"r,U,,,,.,t ,n,8kl Wtt4
nn.l f & II 1 1 .
TliO1 Fli noh on,? A !
. ..ui, iiiiiuiicnrj
commanders qu .rroled,' the siee was
raised and tho French sailed back to
the Went Indies whilo the Americana
marcbed back lo Charleston -,
s -me months later, they were ail takea
possession of the H'itish to tho closa
i the war. At tho dmiincncemGntof
tho war of 1512, it was a -in, uk
In a military 1 haiit of-vfw c,...
. jqi air-
mih' wa of no value' to. ns whatever
As u put it had been blockaded for
?o years. The moral tffiCt is all
that the enemy liave gained, and that
is not much.
(From the Richmond Whig, Dec. 29.) How Mrs. Lincoln Was
Ourl.ily waders will bj intorest
ed in knowing how Lincoln
dressed upon the occasion onlm New
leai's recep'ion ift Washington.
Here is what tho correspondent of tho
I njhidelphia Li.ndav says 011 tha
THE PRESIDENT'S NEW YEAR'S RECEPTION.
day uiukiug calls. The leading f,.n
ture o too occasion wna tlir.
t . . , " ' -t.t;uiiuu
o Mr hp.. Mrs. Lincoln, which was
iw:u .eo oy ur tCast nve thousand ner
sons. M r. Li ncoln was d ressed in a
I'Uinen.t ot black, with wluto kid
gloves. Mrs Lincoln stood near him
an 1 canned tho visiters with hor
queenly grace aril dignity- She was
tas.tully drossthi in hjavy purple bro
cade fiik, very richly trimmed with
U'k velvet, an exquisitely fine black
ace Ahaw, gloves, head dress, witli
te.velry to correspond, They took a
h" oin. messers.
Vc-olay and lay on Mr. Lincoln's
'U"t. vlttwdvo o'clock thodoora
were thrown open and tho Foreign
ulsters In. Anion
Hie hrst to wish a hannv v.,.1
was Senor Lisboa, M.nister Plcnipo
t "t 'iy Irom l?,';)Zi, accompanied bv
All tho other Foreign '
tvisters were prompt in their uttea
taoco 111 lull cjurt uniform. - '
Mrs. Lincoln's Escape.
Wohtidtbtf folio Will' ilirrirnuri.m
tvr of WediieS lav "
lr U ?llaK-d that at least 7 000
I't'rsona visaed the President's man
during the day. ,U B f Zt
Quittance that several ladies 3
children were ri,.r!t. .. . 1
1 "ouiieu. par
brie. , ,,,,0 some excitement JZ
,..7 .. . lu"rV tj Bj,nit such of
population JZ JZ"
pre,-s.D lorward to pay thoir w
P. to the Presidrnt7 Maoy of
"" - fftinod ud,niasien, but fiK
doors were, closed upon them Vd
. - "' iouiuii
"t-.t.- ivmueiiud tn in )
alter t m wi-;t 1. . ; . J
ib, when twSSB
received by tho Preside. 1-
rio.F tUa . 'u'-
Thb Caristmas celebration of the
Admmistratio.1, at ort Fisher, i8 es.
tiuiated to have cost for mw.L,..ni
alone, upward ot threw, milliua of
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