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Tf 9 VoiiUMB I. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH IS, 1863. Number 191.. BAILS i THE DAILY -J ! - Ftni.tRUPD ST Franc. M. Paul. Tcrcn of Subscription.' Daily Uxux r. cr yctr .110 00 . 6 CO . 8 C . 1 W ix Months.... TKre Months. . Olb Month. .. WEDXHSIUY MORNING. MARCH 18. 1803. THIS WISxISVII'PI VALLl'.V. A MUtIpl nln Mriii-1r. ta ui- dcr H--t;itnre of tV.lernl nnbnt'l ) last . i.lu Ulil f.leiKU In iv riothra. CorreHpfjiidciH-e the Cluttaooa 'itl'ui. 1m l'avf MiAit VirKsr.i Kii.Mi. ,! A rainr.toiiii Intnw eounuy w r.o orutnary u.mu rr-, No liltlo oocurrpriie to pans awj la hu . Let UK' Htlnmpti-Jei-'.-rlutioaof one we bal lie; kft weik. All w k bt:loro ia-t lind been wet, .nu bhowcr.v, and Halnnliiy Dllit it 1jcrhd In forncsi, Ikuii to )iir d ,wu like uu old fashioaed mill tail,' and conUnucd t' pour down la thb manner, uutill Sunday evfuiiiK. wlien it mib.tidiM into n me idy iTiin rain anch us t' taniifri term a gwwius ialu; and I'.iU cout'uued witliout iutwmisHinti, nntill Wednesday n$X. lb kdl licra it f u rut Handy nature, and baing already HI cd with wat.-r, Hie wh.ilo coimtry w-tion fl'Ktfled . uud tb orulis alieady swollen weiv -H)u' 1 thrown out of iheir banliH. Splusb, slash, fplanli , dah, wak-r and mud, mud and wati-r, on the bi;b way, and In the by tvjy , on picket and in camp, every wuere innd aiu. wier,cNhcwet.tBUMwei.ana mo .or i.jr . CuCmbui, Ohio, and eubiecUd to mtutt 1c that oun r.aj a.:arey bow to avoid the minieruii ; . U)e luliitary au:horit: of ll.at p' co. (Ji. pnnd.andbayoiH. Huen. laa uiwiMbiupi lam mjiu And I could but admii that noblest quality or a ant dr, endurance, a dU; Uyed by oor uoldlm darlna thin tor. Pile rain; I saw ruRlmnt alter regiment, wade 4st ocep ia water, for nearly a half mile, te. Kvt to thir pmton ' -itv. nod then fctane iinnud and water, and tb.8 rala posrinj d wu o tht-m lor two days, every V.u.6 vo jua n. nmf. lirouiidnot a great quant try ot tho poorent provi i innd ti eut, and yet no nun nmniiiii'd. Truly i ueh men cm never b confpiered. Ilosv cur iib.Mjoi -j. the- Doodle i lu the low landa bcklsi the rU r, where a man can aeaicely got abotit for m id a!i wnter, alui even an ordinary lain, stood thU coud edition ol Noab'a flood is a matter euiiiiiy beyond my eompie- beniiionjbut, p wo ean utill occasionally hear a drum overthete, I siippoio that at least some ol them were lint drowned. There waa no doubt 'many a rviutini eye turned toward the Rloiloua hilla of Vicksunr, irlieretho water could not stauu bmr; enougb to gel hIxwopIioo moutli. The watar washed tbo icaJsao ns to i iit oil" our communication with the rot of the world, for five or tlx dayx, but events lu ofcr own io rhm hilled th .c fur us. Tbo telegiaph um sut.idy carried you tho Klorloua news of tiie capture of Hit Quetn of the Weatamr era thli teaches yoa, it wil1 luvn rjnnveycd the' lui dlrjence of the capture of the Tii'lianola, by the'VVcbb, and the (Qeea "ol the Wist. Ihetieen of the V t la said to be a very pnweiii ll'im.an i one of tho beit in lect lu tli Yankee fleet else they never would bavo sent I cr by our Latteriei. Th( Indluiibla, hi a uplendld netv Ironclad. 1 have not learned tho number and alzo of her gnus, but ahe Is Niid to be a Very flue cra.t, and the xtute rooma for uiccrsare fit places 'for the dwellings of Nabobs, fnriil-hcd with everything; tlit could atlord comfort i rlux'iry. hhe waa.not much injured ia the fight, mid will be ready in few day to nhow lier old ownera that the (labels hvo not only learned not to foar ;iiu boati.lnit a" o know how 'o use them. ,U may l.e Inten 9tUi.ii to your readers to know, that it w.in Tennerwean who are entitled, in jrreat part at least, to tlie credit duo this brilllSnt action, The (Jueen o tho West and Webb, wore pjrtly manned by two com paiilen of Cel. P.riti! ord'a Slnt Tennen-e regiment Capt.Cninc' company frrm Tilount county was" on hoard the Queen of the 'Went and had two men killed, and three wounded. These were all tha cam. altlri that I hva heard from n our iddo.' The Indl auola'a crew connlsled of a hundred and twenty Ave men, throe of whom wero killed, the rent were taken prhioner.s. ' Our affairs are Li igliUmlnir here nslhcy are every where. Wo now have five KnnhoHts between here and Port Hudson which will again glre u common! caliim between the two poiutK, and auppliea from the rich river region. If the leaders of this third "On tn Ylclmburg" will only continue to wnd a boat down thi river occasionally, wo will tx'n he able to attack them on the water ; for it ix much e sier t ke boat trom them than to bnlld Ihcni. IbHlcVs we are pret ty tnuoh lu tno same fix about gun boats and khlpt that wo were iu about guns when the war begun have lew and littlo means of manuiruturinrr mora. ltut we were compelled to have gun, nnd wu took from the Yanks as mtny as we needed. And we can and ought to take as nnuy kuiiIio..u as vt ueed. They havo them and don't know h.iw to iim llieni, We ucedthem and do know how to use them. p edict that our little fleet will be lie.nd from. The lin-l, HoiiHHtiou from old j; r.iii u v limner, and it aeeius t" lie generally ciedited, i'i, that the Yanka are uutiing h canal Iron), the MhHhslppI to bike "Providence which I believe connects "with tho Tonsj riVcr, ai.d that rims Into tha Kid river, which analu run. into the Ml I' ilppi. The fact Is they ere determin ed to have a cm.i(, The North a!wyx was grest lot Internal Improvement . lint they tiod It h .id to Im prove Hie Aflssisslppb' They Cunnot rrtuovo the ,'ob-, S'l'iietloim that bUnk up the liver at Ykkn'ourg, rui! the stubborn old river will not tun through tlieir nice new canal C isrtnel aerons the bctul,' no'wlthttatn'lnj! that It Is cle.:rly to he seen th t Its waw would tliu. bo carried oH by a routii full twolve allies shorter. Wilhey have nVtermln' 1 to make aiioilirr and bet let eannl, sod t. 4 the lakaj, the ureclis.Um Lyons rnd tha Ittlti. rUwa 1. u-.lt Int.. I irivvit r,l-ei mi-h ' II,- Well, U is tabn hpd that they will sin ce -d 111 eft , tir.g oil their RuuhoAts nnd turn-pott i:ue ciwo ol, t. inn h.. ' iw f,.it. wiuiM tlma ret l-ub- biHits enough to open tbo Mltml tppl fr-nn its month to lis soiirro. Three nr four hundiH rx-'-hrngod prls ( n rs came in to Usy bom New Oil aus, where the l-i-lie i had dre., .xl them out la nice new clothes; and It was anm.tlng I" wltnoi the seiisat'.oii th y creatod S'iioiis' oer ragged fellovrs. A doi light, or an ttaV, 'in with an orgnu and a moukey, would not have cn'iilcd liulf as much excitement, nor would s gnnboit I'-i'ht on Ihn-river tmvs attracted much uuno atten ' 'ii. "Hallos,! fiiemU where did you get them (oil clcthrir Ioes aueli Irc.iii"; as them grow on the bushei nwr hno joa bavo lueu ? I know you Hi'iiugur.but I don't know them clotbe-if f ay no tell us, where did you get V-n ' The1 'women pave Iheintoyoa? 'Well, Ocd bles the wouien, they are f;o -d In evi ry land siid Country." A liwsdied Kch exprisnioiis wets ban3led back and forth, as the sot. lien In n-w rlothr paused on. OsskavA. C-'io Iiullirnlllr (a fionltiriii 1'ilmiiirrf . f'.bi-V wilt l.n f.nt n 1 lnr a.l.lriM.-ci.tt In thn .-'ecrctarf of War, Bet. g forth tlto liar-'i . j treatment to which our prisoners have Lrci)!,,., teubject(nl Iv the enemy: - -u enemy 'Richmond, Martb, ISo.'!. ".. Jawi A. Siilihn, ' Secretary of War, C. 8. A. Sia'-We, fbo undersigned, urgeona and Aaiiintaut Surgeons C. t. A., of Department No. 1'. Airav of the West, bavinc been ordc - cr! to icmuiu behind with tlio wounded cap lured at reirjvil!e. Murfroesl-oro', and Fi.;'"" " jccrlaon, uu tncfct lespcctiveiy represent ic jthc Medical Dci:tr(tncut of tl.c Coiifet'eia e ' .. .. ..... i ...1:1 . :,. .!.. ii icim.c triny our utauii-ui wiiu. iiih.uo uir 7 l- .1 i i uf . . .1 . . : I . .J ... ... i euerai lines. t o omcr into a oeiaueo blub tueiit, Imping that (he Government which we Mjrve will enter a protest aahifU a rebellion il the Kurue, it Iio'iij; ill violation of (jener.il Orders itib ued by the United Platen and (V federate Governments in Juno and July lu,., whereby Hweeona were declared non-cuiuhf t - ,l!fl W(,rc j.ot t,( tj0 conajej aH , t,n. era ot w:ir, im m i o , crjtuica to kiuu tret l mont and freeJoni wliilo perfonr.njr the duties ol tln ir Biered ca'.liiif;. ' Alter luliilling Our duties with our ici'. live wounded, wo wt re oid erf:d torepoii iO Baltimore, Mil., for iho pui jioeo of relcdbo ; Out, on attcinpliii;r to reach that')luco, v e were arrested and lliiinvn in priBon'at d'Cc ent ltoinls. Tv. o were eotilhiou in the Dtsniieii- t t t . lii.rv ut V:iali I'i llil tvi ( I'fmv ifla uu.l fli.fnr.p.i'i dix wore thrown inl j military prisons at t'in j cinnati, Ohio, and marched through the j. ti ' i c 1 Bireeta nndoralilo oi tncu, wilit a lioiu j mlosioned olficcr, nubjected to the hoo'.i'j'. i and jeerings of the mob. I Tin eo were arreuted and closely guarded ;j 4rriving at liallimore, Aid.: all we. e pla umior urreHt ana couunca )Q iuj guard ho not allowed under any cu'cuittdiauccs to go u' the a'reets, nor wear our unirorra. Arriv' -j at Fo. ress Mouroe, wo were put on a Sieu.j-j er which waa anchorod out in the aire di. a;.d no. allowQd lo hold any commuuicution wb!) the shore; our burgage went through aii,;oc ous search, nnd articles uot c ilrubpud wire taken urticlea of neec.si.y, purchaaed by uh lo relieve our immediate wauis; iu fact we were robbed.. . Our private iriBUuruenlfi, p. vaio ba:;gaj;e. money, &c, were . en. On aBkin the Federal authorities the ca e df our an eat.wd could obUiu no delloue t u swer No caane existed. Wo inriHiediately threw up our pareies, oenoving it waa nn poMiblo for ua to bo under rolo and airc-M at the hamo time. The following pi olcstw entered oo the back of each parole: "I h e by enter my prolest ag;a''nHi my a.reetand i .i prisonment by tho military authc iiios of C'.n einimli, kc, and bulievin that the forms on which I have the parole were violaled by be i' g placed under arrest, I herewith letur mj pnrolOjtieverliavir' violated it." Thci.op rolo were received by (bo authorities. We now. earnestly appeal to our Govern ment for redress, bcliovin' that a call nmdo by na would not bo diarejardod. We ak not loi ourselves, but for tho sake of IIiobs wbn-e iniHfwrluno it maybe lo ho JoTt behind with our wounded in luture. We know tho in&ulta tbo liarwh treatment, and tlio eufforitrr li'V-y w ill have to bo subjected to, unlesB soiik' v tlnn ia faken. Wo know our Biirgeona i hereafter, ins.'r-ul of flyinj to the call of bn maniiy u-id duly, try and fibrifk from "ic gloomy proapoct before tljora .' WTe most i oHpectfiilly submit thiaforyohr coiiHideration, sincerely hoping tbat some ac lion tuay be take'i to protSct our eurgoons while in Cio ti'.xharge of their duties in the enemy s linoe. J. 11. Ilaldeman, Ky., II. 1'lnmmer, Ky. V. 8. Delaney, Tenr. Wult. 1'. JoliiiRoi), Ky, iiy. 0. Lunjreou, Flu. U.. W. Douclson, Md. J. D. DonelHon, Jliss. . K. H. Fuller, Ky. J. C. W. Stepcr, Ala. J. S. (loddard, Ark. II. 1) Gwin.Tenn. J. Kdgar Goodlett, L fiajr0ur always able contemporary of, the Augusta Constitu ionnliflt, thua elofjtiontly and BeiiBiblj.prouclufl from tbo text, "She laycth Her lianda to tbo upindlo, lor liamla ho'd the (!itaff.M ' , Tliua upoko fbe wise King of Israel, tljo.c aniia of years njo, of a vir oua woman. Tin picture ho i'.ew . ad don , IcismunyorigihaiB. oven among iho .w 1 'iy, in hifl day. I? tit Ijradiwlly in (lie jurjrc s of timo Ihey diaan pe.trod.aud woman, onco tlio ,ve, tlicn ilie li(.'l-miite, iinJIy becaino tho doll a.id playlhiir; of (lio lords of creation. High orn Ldiehj censed lo look uflor tho work of iheir nnr, r otm handiinuduna and the waya of tlieirJioure hold. Tho homely diBlall' waa laid usnlo, an'', bfioks beinpr unknown, mtiKic ami drcas n. Horl cd flje whole mtiofi of tho 1' h. They ap pearod us npphvudin; rpoctutora of gladiatorial conletitH, and arbil, rn iu tournaments ol kuightH. Iben fauoii ilying, tiio tambour I ra i embroidery, ami Iho lu e, became tho paaiiim of thofio who C'tild not olhorwiHo kill the i in .' Thou when ioI.a c.uic and eiilighteiim. spread, (though it waa lonir bolore worn 'a j were titiL'hf ) ho rcadinirof iiovelaainllioctrv IroApt, e'ltiipage, tlio vbnorlxxl iho al' .nli lrepi. eiiuipage. the ilr iro unit tho oni-ra . .. . I ion of 'thoij who - .oii.v' not, tiithcr did npin." Moat I .,, . Dplo will s ro triune or io coiki oui umc. -ua ir a a a - 1 II." , ...... tim manners and wava wore lineoHsnntv cri which doeanoi follow, as a nainral 8et,ue,, . .. . : ..." ---e - at all- lint, lliniiKH to mo war, we .ce oiran I. rtohio of tho pood oM ,c,t' inn if Puldtnon lay revived. . Ihu women o( tho loiiledua plains nnil no In roiuoa of song or story out shine their weriens eha. n iter ui o overy v here 1' I V lllf IlCCil 'o 1 V.Q l III nir s which i.iukA for .l. wnli.iio of the army and the country, - TI i rich aro looking :atior tiieir HJivmia and l, reclinff their work die makinx of cotton ar ('. WOOiOti ClOUr. it ia orcomo too prme oi llie country matron, and even of the yourjj ladles too. i almoht every country place, and in tbe small towna and vilhu'eo, wo hear on every side Iho homely but-not unpleasant whir !' tho spiuniii' wheel, and the click aril thud of tlio liund-iooni. ,iiio luiresi Him iiiw wiwiiuobi of die land are learning the mysteries of d;ea and color netting jd of warfontl weft, .car let ami purple are an every day theme. It is a prodigioua fashion, ami what iamore, a good fnHhion.J We hope to see mi. e stdl follow it. It should be a fIory to young lu-ly in tlieao time, not only to wear a homeepen dross, hut to bo able to epin and weave it. All hror we, s.v to the music of the spinning wli-'-rl, and ii.... ii, ... ,i ',, l,,in lliiit u!,i)n l.i'if pi-cumji - - forgsttmg Uioir piano. . ney ... m - , vrives (! nernes. . Startling Drvtlc pinti.ts. - ' AM IKPS.T.N4L, MACIUNIMtrtT FKOSI K0KT11 AtliKS TO MICl'JU ABKKhT OK A PHIalD-gST ilAff M.U SKTTS LAWYSH. lu the .t;r phi t of December. 16G'2' a box Wa1 waroi-d trm.l North Admns. f 'ana... tn Saw Vork. d IroTti Mjence n Cblcairo. Ill ' It waa directed ta a Mr. Win- pie, ot that my. At lie was aluent Iroin uiftuwi.. H ist uox arrived, it rcmMtned la ibe ei press orY-e lor two wseks unnoticed and unopened, .dr. Whipple retarded troiii Chicago, and sosperted mat soi fjtliiu.if was wroug ab ut ttiia myit-rkiua x, which ir.is altoat nlfcu inches loug, fourteen wide .Hid ten lii'ju, eave'mel In thick wraiinino- naurr litd with a cord, a hi hd fie fit.ut side was a b.ard thire quarters of i aa wb tii jcli covering th. keyhole orrew iu eacu ceruer. Wtlill It'. tiillh..nl Ik Iwit v. a a,l Ore el, i ;d Xthewiah tlodje, of North Artaius, a I'sli iol enmity bad lor a Ion jr limo eii;ted. Mr. r:txo ih the inventor kud ftentee ol a railroad ;i Ji?, wliich ix ia fceoeral u. e tiuonttlmut the country. ( e ban ,-vt!ul mi'-, iiidinp a"am it vmporation .ml inriividiii'ls d it el.rficd lulnuj;i'nienti on liwmt ui.t ivl I'lijimuXT of inn binke. Watntde Wa lor vcralj. il connected with ('dv in Hir uvtiersliip of lUn iii v r.tion, but thin eonnecnon wahievereda !iimt time atfu. and Whipple Jutui, t was .traimi'er i'd ti vi'ra! laili'Md curnptni-s. Hodpi tieeam. .ir.ti!v jm u -cil. nd in nairt to hare ma te threats to i'e t-ln d th .t "he wiild btin-; the powi-rs of bell to r 3v.'st Wh'ppie. " The 1 terioj ui.x fiufins ' ?en pUced in the eti !ody m" t!v pi on tn Mumnit w;n Jddrt ed, C. 1 :;ia..M .", Cl'iH." oi iiict. ot I hb-ejuwho reputa ' n r ii.- clivv is n..ilonjl i consnlted. He U till c s In band, trd prnc;:'oed to a rcconnoia- te-" the ("ix. He beiidme .liHficu ttmt it cun i iuoil an inlirioti in icliii . lnoidTto open it. be " 'c o nil in jenl 'iiH mi'cl'iiilr.il nrrancenioiit. The !. x w' ; pi. ice I I'eiwmn l i(f'.rof rocks a wedtfe " "in-.", o in in M'over, itnua n tv-six nninid wen; it VMS;1 end 1 ovi r it. held bv a i ipe over two b in- ! f;dfc'clot Ci..vf Hi ul'ey, at tno sifo end at ih "pe, .tvn m ftronj,' jiuP, lbs weight fell, the wed '.ii i du!?,: d tt;e cover was removed. An envele one w i then diaiowred In Iront of the key-Mo. eon ,iou. ey the box and a description if '(: eont-ni. which v.. re said to be intv iiivciitinns, re ilriu the u'-Ti-.t seoresy In their reiuoval. Sti'l e bo ' s nnopencd. 't'ue mecbft'neil d vice wis . li -i .1. Down cams the weight, and as it ucn il.c box an e.-.jiloiion followed that, was heard ir the (I v' e of ni.itiy.milc. The Ux proved t -;ve t-tame-' bout hiicea pounds of powder. On . ( hv;it: of the r vcr s spiral spring had neen so ar r.'ned t rem i a hammer uud strikes percua oncjp ut the n incnt the box ws opened. There v,- .10 i 'bllity of a fuilurj la the murderous en lne if 'iii. i-' pt wae made to open it lu the usu.il , anner. l)e. th wan a eerU'nty to every person In i'i vlsinlt.' oi this t u-ible imcliiue. To die-" er the in-v tn who had sent this box on i s iuiid I " and of destruction was the task of Thie' ' i.dly- To it he devoted the eneigiea of himsell iidh' rpsiife istants. Ab ut two wees aro he i urn to 1 : 's city, u-id co suited wilh Deiectives Wal i.rb I.'.-.-, ud Lemuel Hurlbut, who. e cooperation , i cenr' 3 in tbe Irapoitsnt inve'.tijation. Ohiif I radley procured til the evidence thai be could ob xin anil re urned 1 1 Chicago, whe'eopon the United tr a Grand Jury fi Hid b'lla of indictment against Ne'icuiinh Hodge, of Nor b Adams, for cou.-piracy ,tnd ! 'n it With intent to co'uoiit inntvier. A (i w .'.isa;ro( Jlcers V-ndt rwcikeu and Dnd?e. of Ch'ef Lraiihy'a stuff, came to this city with a re Muiail'ou from the Guveruor ol Illinois upon tha (iov -rnor ef Slassachiiiietts for the surrender of the p,.rly M'"ob.id 1 en indiced. Ye-teidny morning the.je ' iir.s, vd.d officer liipp. of this city, proceed to o,h A'lunis. Abotii u on Vupy proee-ded with of ficer J. .. I'.obi n to office el Mr. Hodge, and in mrmcd turn of their rtand. He roeeivod the starU ling nonnuiii ement wilh e.iihnn s, and made no at inpt at e ciipe or resi- nee. Of course a t'rrible i 'iclieinent ws produced in North Adams where Mr. .Jodgn hi s resided lor niany years. His trieud uall A upon him, to of" woids of cheer. He Is a man id line pi.'M'iice, riv t inielliwica and eourtcous do ueanor. Wo alculd loth to record the 'acts above ition I it ior iii tinrhn5f of a Grand Jury and a atcm i of he officers. ITroy Tim is. .. r. 1 . ...... i-'rein tno (:,uoiun;!ii t.nquiror oi i o. mn l ite in k Kvinliig Tost Olisrcpi-esr.iiU lite I'.'Kjiili'H ll'S"' o r iee UI-.i oS' Ion. The New York IN t tak tin the fc'inclnnatl En- oiiirer upon the subject ii'ur e u on.'' It 'iiies ti-e ioiiowi tiom one of our editorial, and (Ids: "Tlie e ure excellent sentiments, and we (five them our h ny approval:" , . ! "Xt.eie is no principle or form ot doctrine that any man ran eute iin. wuose prorau ; alion will do inju ry in any communliv. ' "Toe organic law bf tbe land f i bids Congress to pass any law to rosiram mmij oi siiee-jn r oi ire pien. All restrain' . whether un.ler color of law or oborwl whether made oy the civil or the military iower, or by the populate, siaud upon precely the sime t'round they are all alike illegal and unoonul. tutional.as much unlawful as stealing, ornibheiy or murder. Bui h restraints aie not only wring, but they are dane;eru '' The I'll' t. however, takes oocasion to state that, in tills matter, ws have ununited uur opmiuu. It says : Littl more thun a year ago Mr. Wendell Phillips was assailed Iiy a pro-dnveiy inb in Clncionall, and the Kiiquirers verdict was 'served him right '" Tills b untrun. Tbe Kuq erer condemned. In strong a id dihtiuct terms, the. luieriuplion of Ihe Wend-ll I'hihips nu eting In this city; and. furthermore die atoueni oi the Post lhat the t'lnquiicr hat upholdeii the sunnier Ion of spe h bere or el e where, now or ever, ii oitcily unioiinded. If the Post bud oonhii t-nl ts$i'vidi nee, Instead of its own linHgiuatioti lor tbo a' ts, it would have done mm inn r.uquirer aua me palille better Justice. . , . . . ' Th!vL"nisviile Journal dl: approved of the scii'l muuti el the pa. ivph quoted snore front the Kn qu rer as waimlv hs 'he Postapi vesot Hum. which hleiws Die hillilit I'J' "I noetoiseven upon ine sunnn lintrm s.do. The Jo'h nu esse i iw nei'orai qnesnois. ,u,eot v,i,,b- s- itr'li ii f mo c n ioci oi new, i upers (tn ol its fraternity limn of our.i-we asked it u, rcenotlem. K is rs follows: SiMUIrt te P'f s ID irmiM?a i'i pream mo oury a' d rlghi iiti-miss . f shive insurrections, house burn in ; and ii'ioilcr, In llie niiilst oi suveuo.uing ccin in inl'l- or el who'iT'' ' "' ' ' ThePcstreorftintMs qit:stt"n, which, it spppars i th k.slh'iMgli it agrees with us In d Ktriiin, it w.lUr.iibbju a-nwer, endue reply in the lun- ' Clllllie "'! .Ill'l 'C 'iy, 111 III! I "innni .11 n . vi-i i... ftiistl iti n. wb ' -i he is regtig of the clan m which wc u ,ve alb. it-the hi t aineudamnt-aiieh ..i.. u..i. . . , -.iilti lima itlH - n(h'a''ibo langesge t.f thls'nniondmcot ii,.wf i ' mow tl nth it every mm Mull have a 'ri ht. tos.i nit.wriio nu prim.ni-.nu.""- ; . i. 1 i.l i.iklilinila HlUk Slll - 'J w."r . vrr)?"H ztr-Jz: U" SV l lit Q I' 1'MO OM.T - .,, m,,0 ty ortvputntion; afc I n slwsy ' ' hP ,i s not thn,C"V dlsIlM) a pltolic psaoe or ..i. -n ki,l 'llll l I" -"iini uiu ... v 1... 1 lntTfifnitinint " " Vy'U : trXZ , B, . . .. ... i.k, , or imi'rnal should nonsibi!,' v the I w of N land, or re punsil.i'lij '. . " . , .i.. K . -.miiif.it - A new i ... 1. 1....! i,,1, nitniS! tis remuiro. a new o per.a.w Hasan Individual, which wr-only In s pi. liie ,i n, iroperty or repiiiin, i !'- or f ks to sut-vert thn Oovfrnmont. . iiersoi'i of I' i conductors, be h"ldn ti Vvt iu a.Hitj.. ?ACimn:r Somo iln'evinj? Yankee' lia at m fn'.ni lae al' r of ibe Ca'bcdral .of St. bonis. New Orleans, a fcilver crons. (he gift ol Don Ramon Almonasl.n-, which bad boeu in the Cathedral for ovef halfa centnrT. . Tho Iwirin sio valiio of ibo cwi aa between jri OOfl tind S 1,000, while M a relic of olden days in New Orleans, and on tb store of rehgtoua associa tion, it was looked upon aa almost priceless U,hil ;VisiVr. , , . .. ; ," TlIK KrMY I.ANOtD AT Jakkonvii.li!,--Wo learn, by telegraph, that the Yankees landed a force at Jacksonville. Florida. yesterday. The furrc, is composed of Yankees and negro s,l he latter commanded ly white officers. They i i . .... - .......... I:..,. An, I ..tun.t.irlno- l u,ii. Millim, rill a mm mniin;; '" . .n . , ...Cen.Finnepan.wil in ins r torind .,m-. ;:pr;; - l,. , ,. - .v - , What C oHM-rlittloii has Kr-til Im F-4 Trim. niibm- D-l Conespot.dence Knoxville ltegister ) The number of conscripts eunllcd feteen IS and 35 jeaisf in E.st Tenn 'i-e.. ........ ..i.lT.2sl NubiMt enrolled Ik'wccu '-ii and 40 4;ioe Tot . I number enroll 21.4S1 Number exempted by law ' w on IK and ,- 4T , Number exemp -ad by luw I pU and 40, 6.-0 To .1 immlmr ex moled by law 1.107 Hdunwsy to tbe rnemy to cce enrollment. I .'.'SI Number detailed, disctiaigi-d aud de. ir l-J....l'i.iOU . Tlio dMuilcd men bavo been furiiiuheii chiefly to the Ordnance Uurcati, to work iu tbe nitre cuves and in government shops, and to I the (Juurtortaaators and CoiumiaBaiy Depart rntiita. Ia tho whole Niutu, as I am advised, there a:o not quite 2,000 comjcripta employed in making hitre. Discharges have been g! ven principally for physical disability, and rery ftw have fur nihtied submtitutea. ; , (. Tliia Biatcment is inaccarate, an-l uuderes timatea the uumbcr received into tbe service, because Gen. Pillow's leport, or tliose of his oflicere, bavo not been tully turniHhed. Ho is not as systematic aa Col. Illake. than whom there is not, perhaps, a more faithiid officer in the service, fitted Icr any position, (o which be -may bo afiuigned. ... i J'olk a report of the battlo ,t hlnloh will not bo piibliahed until utter tho adjournment of Congress. 1 may g3t acccaa to ita pages to morrow, and then we shall hear of tho deeda of Tfiiiiessoeans on one of tha bloodiest bit tle-fiebia of I he war. ' - TUB FATE OF CAVT. ItARRia. Yotiuir Harris. I am now assured, will not bo hanged. Intluencea have boon - brought to bear upon the Executive which could hardly bo resisted. His yoiilh. l.ia alleged weaMieea of intellect, the loyalty of his whole family, to be diagracod by the folly of this boy, nil theec consideration., when Eal Tennessee can furnish hundreds of bad and dangerous men whoso execution would avail tho country RnriH'thinrr. havo induced the President to ro- ootiBider bis original determination. Senator Haynee, l am advised, baa contributed maiuly to tliia result. Ho thinks it enough to com mute tlie sentence of .the court martial to im priaonment for life. ' It gives mo unqualified pleasure to make this Btafnment io the Kin dred of young 'Harris, ninny of whom, are knowu to me as the best and truest among the peoplo of East Tennessee. 1 bavo re ceived the abovo information through a Sena tor trom the tleud ot a Department. b. I. , , Dbkj. Gen. John K. Ja(.:; n, lia removed hia headquarters from Cha 'anooga, T; in., to this city. Before the breaking out of tho war. Im win u eminent lawver in AucrilBta. atl'l few w "' ' - - - - - - W sto id higlier for legal prescience ami ability than lie die1, at the. bar. , tie posseasea cm phalically a legal mind. Dut whilo devotiu; hiinaelf aaKidnouely to his profesbion, be did not fail to colli vaio a fino and correct litera ry taste. Ho displayed also a military apti tude, which soon placed him as Brigadier Gen eral ol the Militia. He waa for a long time Captain of the Ogleihrope Infantry, a splendid corps. Ae a speaker he is fluent, bold- and vigorous, and ii the political arena a formida ble antagonist. Ahhougli an old lino Whig and American, and Bell Elector, on the elec tion of Mr. Lincoln, lie avowed birnsolf ter immediate tecession. lie was almnut unani mously elected Colonel of tho 5'h Georgia Regiment. AttheSania Rosa Island atta-:l: ho displayed great gallantry.. Such is the high eatin ation in which he was held as an oflicer tj Gen. Cragg, that be recommended the appointment of Col. Jackson m a Brigadier. Gen. Jackson possesses firmuoss, decia-ou, and rnililnrv nila lifiealions. which rendo.a his pro motion almost a ccrlainty, Atlanta Ccmmon- iccalth, , . ,,.; . i . Yankke IttVKNCB. The Yankees in no of their plundering raids in Mississippi, visited tho premies which wero occupied by Presi dent A. B. LongBtrcct.iiow of tho South Caro lina Co'.lege, while connected with the Univer sity at Osfmd, Miss. 'Then prowling mis sionaries and evangelisla of '".he best Gov ernment die world ever Raw," as they call it stole and c . led off many books, papers, kc, belonging to Dr. Longstreot,' Including many manm-enpts." Not 'satisfied ft Yankee officer took torn iho wall (he likeness of Dr. Long street's nephew, Gen. James LongHtreot, tl hero of many battles, and also the tikenoua of tho Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar, non-in-law of Dr j Loncrstreet. late a mombor of Congresa, and at present executing an official trust in Eu rope1 A lady who waa iu cliargoof the bouse claimed these pictures, and on returning them to her, tbo officer showed hia brutal nature by knocking hia fist on the photograph features of Gen. IiiiirHtreet. breaking the glaHS.und there by ebowing bia hatred of the original the only mode of revenge within his power. . , . , CftitrksloH Courier. A iSrnANOB Wiiim cr Caitaim mmkb A Yankee paper gives tho lollowing paragraph about the "notorious rebel pirate:" Caplam Scmmcn, of the Alabama, who is do-ci ibod aa a very small, alim tnan, about nf- tv years old, with guy hair, quiet manners and a voice like a woman's, has about fifty chronornefcis which he baa t.d.en from vanoi vosHela, and which ho keeps banging io the brass rail which runs around bia cabin, where like tho scalps in the wigwam or a greai cniet II, nv iMitifv tn his success. ' Calitnin rPo'iirnch amiisca birnsolf every morning by windng tliesrt up. and, w uu tno neip or so rnauy.uugui to be able to keep a correct reckoning. - JSuY In the Yankeo lbn - of r.epresonta tivos on Tuesday, the Engineer (orjis bill waa taken up." A long fight followed. Tho Do rnocrata succeeded in carrying by one majority an amendment (hat lio b i k man should be commit sinned ollicer in tbe ti-tional army; this was modified by a titter amendment, got thro' by two majority, that no b mi n should be coiniuiHaioned excepl as coi patiy oflicc over companies composed ol Alricsna only. The bill then pas e-J. . Va. and Tkkn. Railroad. -This road did a most profitable biinincsi Ut year, From the annual report we learn (hat the nett earuitigs of (be road above operating expenses, were f TiCd 1"!G 81 . This ia TS per. ent. on tbe cnnital et'.'ck. , . a .... i - The Riclimond Dixpalch 'tnuouiiccs dial Miss ff'iisat't Ar her Tnlley, a poetess -f sorno renown, was inarricl on the Llih of Ma,y,IB;2, io Lieutenant Yon Wcie. of Gr. Hi-Ion, LV .f-pe. o res'jped nmcer of the Federal army. TELEGEAPHIG. srECIAL TO TUB DAII.T PISEt-l RiniMoxDMarch 17. Tbe New York Her ald of ,'io 12tb, bus been' Teotived. A recot'- noilering party scoured the country Ibis week, bfeaktrg up several uests of smugglers and capturing a large quantity of medicines and other contrabaod ii ticks. , The Presideut will call for more men iu a few days. la the Southwest a new arm lias been intro duced into tbe Cuiled States 6cryice. to meet tbe exigencies in tho Western rivers, callid tho "Mississippi Marmots Brigade." It ia to operate against tbe robol guerillas on our river banks. Tho ruDor i.Lout tho loss of Ilia Florida, i without foiHidatioi.. , . The Herald, nays l!:o iiscplj of the loyal Elates tiro not in a fraino of mind to bear tbe repetition in ISC.", of tho blunders and mili tary disasters cf lifil-CS. Military success ia iiupci iously demanded, and is the ono thing ncodful to save ihi cdtuinietntion and tho couutry from bbi4Jffrcc!;. Lincoln considers tho raid at Fairfax a se rious matter, as far aa horses are concerned, and says he can make a Brigadier General in live miniiles, but it ia not so easy to replace ono bundl ed and ten hortma. European-dates of the 26ih ult havo been receivsd. The American war caused an excitement in the House of Lords. Earl Russell alluded to tbe question of the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. He requested Lord Btratheit to postpone, until the Second iuutunt, a motion which he had given potice of, ou the preseu tation of copies ol all the dispatches from Mr Mason to Her Majesty's Government, and tho clnim of the Eoulhern CotifoderucT to be ac kuowledged as an iudepoudout power by Great Britain, to which request Lord Stratheil acceded laconically. . BKCOKD DlSfATCH. RiaiMoxo. Match 17. The New York Herald of the 1 ith has been roooived. Ru mors wero rife io Cairo on tho 1.1th that Pons Uouelaoi and JJen-y bad been captn-ed by the Rebela, but the rcporta were not credited. Col. Richardson and 400 guerrillas had been surrounded and captured at Covington, Tonn , on the 9th instant. Brigham Young bas beon indicted and bail d 'in two thousand dollars to answer for a violation of tho Polygamy act. A cvllis'ou between citizens and the militaiy at Salt Lake was imminent. Ou the 8-ih iust., Gold in New York waa 131 and active; it fluctuated between 168 to 161. The steamship" Auatriulaaian from Liverpool brings dates to -the 1st iust, Bewaid's dis patch jejectiag tho French proposal lor. mo diation prevokea criiioism in the London Journals. .Tno Times says it is quite consist ent with all Bo ward bae - previously written upou tbe subject, and that it is either prefer uaturallj rigtit, or incomprehensibly wron, Tbe Post, Palmoraton's orgaa, declares thai, emanating as this document docs from tbe Federal Cabinet, it ia truly iucrediblo tbat that body should feave suok so low as to en dorse, aa ita own, iu tho lace of tile world, so much arraut falsehood, and abetird uon ense. I be Morning Biar considers the document tin answerablo. The Paris Pays troata tbe mat ter iodiffercutijr.. . , Tbo Loudon correspondent ol the MuucUest tor Guardian says, that the Contederato loan has all been freely taken on tho Continent, and that England w ill bavo mi moro of it tliau it can get Iroin loreign oiarketa. , Tbe i olish insurrccliou v. as exciting great attention iu the cabiuct of tho loiding powers. Tbe Ruosiaim wero defeated by thn i'oles after an engagement which las r.d five hours, ut MalLgut. . Ihe town w. I educed to rum lu Liveipuol on the I'Mfli die coiton market was not ouiet, net a cauv. to ols v'i'Z. I he ina.oi ity ' i New llamphliiie againnt the Deuioeia s lor Governor, waa about 1f)i). ' One Democrat Wfts cleciod to CoiigitHS. ; Fob CoNoskS. Ity reference to another column it will Iw men that Hon. Ham. A . Bmlth. uf frsilb 1 county, Is aiiuounccd as a candidate for ('ntigrer j om this Ilihlrn l. v Itri uUllon rilll..M lu ti liie of t'ei. Ilficaii s for liuiiils mt ll-ll-rrl bliwh, TP.KAIsUHY DEPAtlTMK.NT, C. A. A., I t Kicusoid, Fei'.viry 2,"i, lt!3. Corref-s having ordertd that cer .fleatot msy be l.sui d in Hfi'icl a'i j of bond, l-jr linuhiig tnanry iiou-i, and lor ni kmgl ymenu fur produne loan, the following regulations ll'l ts ol nv tat all tui offi ces umter li a on r-.-l of this d psricnt. 1, W hen ti-eamiy net 's atisli bt paid In at the treasury, i rt the offi. of any f. nt tteasiin-r or dep. .it iry lor 'he purp sie fbel tumlttd, and llieie are nut on luud a au!u,.iiht imou.it of imuds or ceit, lb ales of stock t If lesiisd lu f xchsnge. the aea-.iii i-r.e-s s' til tie- wrrr or d-olt ry ') whom ihe uoioe are y id shall I mis to the pwrty paying, a eeiiiiiciite for the amouul paid, denlrnating tiie iate of liiiient to hica ibey a-e entitled; anj the said oertiflciie snail be taken up l b bonds or stork beartug the sams date aad uto of interrrf, is sn st they can be oblaiued. . i 1. All treasury ti'Mea Hot bearing lut-rest, which fstsr dute prior to 1st Itan cmls r, 10 1, are entitled to I fuu-lnd iu eight er cent, op to (I 2M April nxt; alter which dale lhe tan only be luoded In aeve e per ceut ' 3. All trrswuy lio s not bearing Inta; ett. wlih b be r date iilipirnl to the 1st lnemlor, J.5'1, are' er. tilled ft be funded is seu t rent. 4. All subscriptions to 11 prod-ice loan, whl- h hsve tree ms-le prior to imh rVbruary, lsii3.wl!l l.r eiililia-l to eight per rent., and all solcilition aim thai ds'.i, eill be ptld lit i per ci nt. .or lurilor Infornutioa.eoples 4 lire Is uf t-on iies In relation t this subject WO pjn.;-l . . C. J MKMatlMJKtt. Iv-ereUry of Trrasnty. Th Cerliflcates" fc.bi.re rerened t, cs beo:!u ed oeerpiK-jis-ii ! 'esse Thoroiw, Uepi'ary,' at hisr lli- lo t'hllan's.g. FARM FOE SALE. I H AYE for Ml, a Farm cooUining IM acres, ad joining the lands ol Mark A. Kennedy, silnau-d -n tbe Mhwionary HWge, four tniles t-at of Chatu Doogn. Klve nores of le laud aie cleared and loucod, with a small cab n the run. a nursery if fruit Im-. elect apples and prira aud two good sptlnta. lebl-lm C. F. liKl't kMtt, '; ' ."; i;sOMi.THIKb SW.r" 100 Bush. lieid grass sd, aw tivm Feb. to ' 40 " Orchai J 5000 fspanlsh Kgsrs, IS gross best quality, Lucifer Metehrs, 25 Uoxea choice sudy, (In 2Uib bcx.-s ) 100 hacks Groan d Teas lor sale, for cosh, by ruarlMru JOHN L. M.rUKNCU. For Sale or Rent, . 'J UK large three t-'tory Drick Hotel, known m t, X City House; fcnd for aale tr.o dwellings near! Academy. tebZl lml . , J.J.KKYAS Confederate States Court. UTICE is hereby given, to til whom it may cod I si ceiu. thkt the Ibst-ivt ('curl or the t'o:ileleile States, for tho Middle Kistrlci of lenoewwe. wili l-e. holden iu Winchester. Franklin .. ciniiieiicing i n Weda"si)ay the 1st dsr f sprit next, aud will con tinue till the Imi'inm is dispoa. d ol. Ryoidirof Wict. H. lli'MPustvs, J,idge of said Couit, This lOib da of Murch, J. B. CI.KMFN'lfl, niir-bU-ld Msixtnl M. Tens. FARM AND RESIDENCE FOR suE'. IOFFKIt for sale tny farm and rtide4, locsted l tniles from Lsi-syette, the county seat i Ugl ier Co. lis., and IsJ miles rrom Ihe W..V A. lUllcmd. There are three hundred acres, one hundred and lorty cleared, b-nced and ra-i.r lor pl.iiilu-g, the balaece well timbered. There Is a nest framed dwelling wiiu -ii rooms, and out I, nui.es complete, Tbn tarui. a laie framed build iug wilh a go-id running gear at tached, for driving Thrah--r sod Cotton Gin. Tbo staoles are new I-. rd buildings, wiih is-w and sheep sheds c- ii.pletc, and In ft-s-d repair. Thtue is a gHd veaetsble gaideu, and a fine on-hard of chohs sppies, fieaches and pears, with svl-on-e varipty o! grspu.v.,c. Tbe place is wol) wateied with sptitig snd well, colivenieotly Im-alrd- The location Uaa healthy as esu be round any tirir Any mv wishing furthur particulars, will apply lintnediat-ly to Iebl9-lra 13'. W.nUfiSF.LL, ' l.aFsyvUe, Ga. , Fa YAir'.ru.LK. TrNHssiti, 1 Februury 1H, IsttS I?NUOLLlS(J ofnoers In the htate of Teif-ee, J will at once enroll as voiiKcripta, all citicers in their respective districts, who msy be absent without leave Horn ihrir cotnmandH. The enrolling ollioi rn iu Mi-Idle Tetmessce, will tend descriptive mils of His ofttceis so enrolled to the ('oninmn-iitut ol Gamp of lustructl-in, at Fayetteville, Teniiessee. The enroll ing utticura !n Fast Tennessee, will send similar Jr criptive rolls to the commundant of const ripts, a Knoiville, Tennessee. Ii. D. IILAKE, I.l.Col.C.8. A.. l!l2l 4 w' Comd t oi Con. tor Tenneswe. U Fust Tennessee papers copy Imir wei ks. Virginia" salt. IIUVE a small lot of Virgin la Salt, which 1 keep on hand constantly at 25 cts.per. lb., at Swlcks old si and. . M. BLUDT. Jany. 27-2m TO MERCHANTS & SUTLERS. Urt'f received and (or sale low J 40 Kfg Poda. 2.10 lbs. lndOtQ. tfflOOO " Green i'aiuts. "(M) " Yellow Paints. v3(K)0" Vcuetian Ile-d. Together with a fluo assortments of l)rug A I.'vs Stuffs. 0 H. R. RlUMF.H, WbidesaleA bnlsll f)rugiist, Whitehall f,t., one door from Ultcheli 8t., sign e( the-tiolden Morlrr. Atlanta, Ga, JebJO Irish Potatoes, buear, Coffee. 4 NY party that will send me by Expn asa sack ef sound, sotd good Irish Potatoes, weighing 70 pounds, I will send him by Exjuesa ten pounds lip ut mown Hugar, and one pouqd line Hio Oohee, In a Ot naburg sack. K. M. KOVVAHUV , WAOLISALI Attn rbtaii, okalisih FAMILY GR0CEUIF.3, ANU COMMISSION MLrtCH ANT, At Daniel's Olb StasOj No. 13 WaiTXiaU. Bt., feblS-lm . . Allanta, HMvre.T; "t" AND committed luja'il by the military aulhortilns at Chattanooga, uu the Id of t)ctolr, IWiJ, and more recently commuted by au acting Jimtlce of the Peace, for tbe county ol lit ml lion, Tenn., on the ltb of Deo.,la;2, a negro b--y eho ssys bis name at JACK, and that he belongs to J otm Pride, of Hparta, White county, Tenn. Kald boj la black, 24 year old, fi feet I hu h high. Tbe owner Is requested to come forward, prove property, y t harass and tak bimeutot jail. ', J. H KW'AlM, Ic21 ' ! Jailor. II. J. HtJO UES, Attorney at l.nw, CIhIim Anenl h4 Not Puttllr, RICHMOND -VA. CLAIMS of every deaetlptkm sgslnat (be Cotifri's' rate Govuriinieiil eeUW-d witk eci-nmey and els patch. AtU-uds all the Contederato Htsus conr beld In tbt city of Richmond. Addiew H- 1 1 00. . " "SHERIFF'S BALE" i ON the Gist Mondsy in April. Ia, I sill a.-II n cash, st nubile oiiterv lo tha blithest bl.Mi r. Si tbe ('onrt House, doer is lUrrlwir-.Tciiiie-we, ibefnl lowing tract of land i wit ; about two hundred acrt-t, lying In thefliHtdishlei.of Hamilton county, Tennes see, adjulnliig the Is mis James II. Johnston, I'snlul larnelaiid oihsm said Innd tx-lmiglng lo Mmnw Pemh-grsss, and will Ins sold to sslixty InrtproeMl end oohis, In favor of Jnme M. Koott, si ist sst . rndersss. JAMH.H JiA( K, 1'cp.i-herilt, Ii bZi-4W llamiltou Co. D7SCyLUTI0JI. 1HK firm of Qulnby k Robinson. of tiemphls. Tenn. Is tnis d.iy disi olved by iiintual consent, All o rsons bsvlng claims sRiiln-t said firm will prewnt lie si-n s to W. T. (Juiiiby, who Is alone kothoiurd tt par, and all persons who are )mlMi in said linn, -rill niske Immediate iiaynienl to said 'Juliib. wt has been ulhrir.ed to settle said fiilti'l buslner. '' ' JAR. H. Cl.Af.HOilN, Bpeolsl partnar , Ctowah, Ga. Jan. 21. I3. I fni.isi m ) KTATK OF TKNNE'iHCB, ( t ' Wainilt'in County. I ibe insolvency iif the Kstateol W m.Kiiine.dee'J, harliiat been aug re-ted, all peium having claim tgaitmt said Fjtlafs, aid lie hem with the Cleik of the county (,'onrt of sril-I is nn- ly, properly authenticated, within the Hint prescribed, by law, or Iney Will be 'oreterbsrred. - fbil-4 . . ' . re.ir.ujiu.Tiur.il, Adninlstrstr of . - we. iWxht, Wc'i. kO. MUSIS Sl'ANISL. moAMXzu ntnv, ' LTB0BBirBO,a JIUQISIA, commswi merchant And A genu tor the sale of tin Orleaus rursr scut MJssu, Msnutai lured and hm"klng Tobacco. T- I.. u !l . . It ... 1 I,, mt,m an.vl-Ml I.lfiff II, a (heapest for tobaere la tbe Ctste, with f rest (!vfl uiirea in nnippinji ii si,um v ii-piv t)C'.7-4m. ; r"TA"iajjr rr ' r" ' " . . . ,.. ... i. t..i.. .t'i.. . ... i in . i UU feremrtira w "J """--r J at Cbs'!i,noo(is.4, -Sef October , lKZ,a-id mors recently ci.n.init'ei) I y an iriivtw Ju.;-:: of t'S I'esre fisrttit rmrtet iisaiu-oa, i.n. ceruniltte .r liaeaiuber. Jsrt. a er iff. f'- "5 bis fc'ia, JOHN, SB-I S) Iielolifa ( Ww.J-i-.s, 1,1 Her,,, phis, i-i boy I Mk k.lOynsrs e'.d, t,, ,i a iiih. 1bi e.er k reip.ealee i t mt l 's-erd I iropaty,ay rhaigee and tet f fc it cml tf U de.:i J. H. fc A!,,('i'