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VOL. XXXVL-WIIOLE NO. 1849.
THE DRAFT.
ftwaria.
uron Weld
jw. S. Beer
' jbrahani SmiiU
ftilin Tubbs
hto. Robinson
!;pplGiH
i Urn. Worralls
U. K.Shotr
iVm. A- Farkn6r
i Joseph II inkle
Stmi- M. Hevcrly
GtoVf Prater
John loovcr
pjrid Bear
J IV Lnll
tyrm II Thurston
Smith Washburn
Ji)ba Gallaher
Lewis Shimmed
Lei-
Hoary Snyder
hcob Snyder
Louis Miller
h Pernor
Join Smith
j Kobt 8 Bea'.ly
j Jieob Friar ,
: John W Hell
John Jeukins
' Atnos Bonch
Jmos B. Tato
j Bradford.
:, IT ci. fetors
Joseph Miller
lowry McGill
ieo Barger jr
Ubsoloru Pearcejr
Jtbvolem Pearce
L (Jill
vRoU Livergood
ilexander Scott
jercme Robinson
;fm. Bates
Kith Smeal
Archibald I.ouni-Lu
Francis Graham
lex&iterFran!z3
i John Livingston
t Divid K 1" Dixon
i Tbomaj Tttiks
rlr Grhllus
!ohn Holt
'Jobs Graflus
' Graham jr
' ittiati Watson
j fhiVv, Ycunj
I George Snieul
! Jobs tVoolrklgti
, Jmeph Sh'ley"
I clnatLan Wiser jr
; Abraham Grahim
KoLert Green
! Jimi Luzier
Brady. 81 names, 5S Drown.
fiforge Wingird
Uriah HeDry
j Ferdinand Kich
j Simuel SI) n O'er
I Henry Shugarta
i Godfrey Wetvf 2d
; Jiracs Ziegler
I Joseph Smith
; L G. Morgan
orge Utzioger
R. 11. Moore
1 A K Weaver
R'm L Porter
Jscob Zilliox
AJam Rishel
John Lonkard
Fred Smiley
Piuicl lloofnagle
Atins Bonsall
JHSjke
Christian IlaitsfcU
Levi Rudolph
Daniel Goodlander
Itiael Hoofnaglo
Georgo Nolder
John Ueiges
Jamct Miles
John Overdorf
Jacob Smith
I Mjthcw Scott
i iohn W. Kylcr
I j lliles li Beers
f 1 John Brown
Abraham Wei?er
Amaa Wicks
Dvid Beers
Silss Turner
James James
Marlin V. Turner
lieorgo W Shimel
Joel C Ralston
Zenas Turnell
Geo W BuikholJcrWm. S Wilson
Jv'i Go?s Lindsey Stono
Francis Bu'h eorS ""
&,Jr.-.P.li Eutler Oeorgo Tetors
4JlobtWelch
3 Lindsey bhaw
Lloom. 21 names, 24 Drawn.
'm Line
Jiaao Woods
Georgo Leech
Wm. Gwinn
Tobias RhafTer
Henry Brickley
David ChiUon
John Smith
Junes Bailey
flcorgo Merrill
John Cleaver
BurnsiJc-81
Teter Beck
Rebtslian Bearing
irn v..r.
htrick McCloskey
Dsvid F. Smith
filion McCarl
John Fulton
John Snyder
John Fry
John Young
Alexander Lee
Pvid Snider
John T Crig
John Triscot
KOOBE, Editor and Proprietor.
names, Drawn 33.
J. M. D. Gill
Samuel Root
A. S Dickinson
John Mollis
John Dickinson
Amasa Smith
Levi r.acr
Abraham Warrick
Christian Koon
Abraham Malhew
A. D. jois
George Wilson
S S Ilindninn
Peter Heal
Asbury Lee
James C Gill
A C Cotlley
Dennis McCoy
Chiietian Choonover
54 names, Drawn C3.
James Wotzcl
C. W. Bench
Amos II Suuderland
Charles llullehan
Godfrey Weaver
David Bell
D W MeCmckcn
Joseph S. Campbell
Saml Michtly
Wm Mehati'ey
Angus Miller
Tj names, 62 Drawn.
Rudolph Buck
John Sou It
Joseph Jacks'
Kills Buck
Daniel Culler
Benj Lounsberry
Joseph Powell
Aaron Graham
Wm T Ritchie
James Harrier
N 1' Wilson
Wrn Foreey
Nehemiah Main
Win Grafiim
m Alaiic-.v
Henry S niol
Wm Knop I
K..,.isfCr (iearhart
J
f Dc
Han
J W Grah-mi
Wm Ilanier
Daniel Kephai t
J E Burger
Martin Wilson
Dr.vid Da!o
Sjlvester Williams
John Crowell
Mark Taj lor
Matthew Wilson
Cdmur.d Pal
John Forcey
Wm I'.oglo
A G Maishnll
Henry Zilliox
Peter Keller
W T Hamilton
Peter Hoover
James Sen del I
Godfiied Weaver
Michael Shar
Alonzo Dixoii
Henry Uttinger
H L Weaver
Georgo Weaver
Joseph Uanna
Charles Marshal
Joeeph Heberlinj.
Henry Korb
L L Ogden
Jonathan Sha('cr
Abraham Heigcs
Paul Heveriing
Samuol Troy
George Korb
Georsa Bells
Christian Korb
G W Shugarts
Frank Dutery
Harri?nn Seyler
Lever Flegal
names Draw n 37.
Jona Tetcrs
Ilenrv Ilummcl
Trisli Lid
Thomas Honiter
Daniel Ducan
Philip B Miller
John Akey
Henry E Shi nel
John II Turner
John Woodel
Abraham Hois
John Mullen
Marlin Merritt
JohnMChaio
George Guinu
Jamej Mclnlyro
Isaac Thomns
Lewis Woods
Spencer Whipple
Henry Marshall
Jackson llonry
Samuel Irvin
George Hoks
Gainer Bloom
Dmo, Drawn 44.
David Mitchell
Theo Lu.cnhover
Jacob Lee
George loslu
David Smith
James Crosby
Jacob Henry
John II Myers
John Yingerland
Wm Anderwq
Wm Barnlurt
.Tonat'ao Grosenheek
Thos Scott
Michael Tingling
John A Alhsoo
John Langdon
James Lamer
ier timmorman
Henry Darr
Kcn Mear
Georgo Carson
James Lyons
Chest. To
Jno Ilockenburv
Wm Ilockenbury
Levi Roland
Henry Pennington
Jarnurl Wcstovcr
J B Worrell
James Davidson
Joseph McCully
riiilip'Pcntioo
Abraham Rouland
Marion McCully
Albert Thurston
Jnoth Rouland
John Robinson
Henj dinger
Sarul Snyder
Isaiah Rorabaugh
Andrew Frealoy
Geo Oashnll
Wilson Word
Joseph Westover
Jno Oingtr
.lobn Wrstnci-r
I l.'lio
Wm Seibirts
J no McG.irvey
1 aul Mcuarvey
CkarfUld Boroujh,
I! Ilacknian
joeepn Mantj
J W Wright
H V. Snider
Reuben MePherson
John McCliIl.m
A C Finney
J B Kougeux
John Curley
Jacub Snvil.T
German Barmot
John llugnot
J. P. Mulson
Win Scl.nar
Henry Knepp
Peter JJnrr.ies
W M ThiMrpsou
Wui White
Louis Pirnrd
Fred Plubell
Nathan GrOiS
I'.cn. Snyder
F F Coudriet
John Vcrriot
Charles. Weaver
.H. C Bra.ir.ird
Ao namtt enoujk in Ljx
CurventvitU Jhrovyh.Z'i names, Drawn
it F Eowmwj
Arch Mootgoraery
Geo UarUy
Stephen GraCf
S J Gates
Decatur.-3S
Jonathan Kephart
Abm Phillips
Adam H'alker
Isaac Kephart
J B Warner
John Burns
J H Kline
II K. Kephart
Hillard Kliue
Chiristo. Megley
Levi Goss
Geo Boalick
Henry Post
Levi Davii
S H Miller
P. M Peters
Frank Bynier
Asbury Gearhai t
J P Thorn peon
Aaron Boalick
JWpussn 32
F McCrncken
Daniel Blonn
Shannon B'itherite
D U Head
Thomas Tubbs
Geo Straw
C D Tubus
Georgo Tubbs
Thomas McCrackcn
Daniel Liope
Alex Ferguson
John Gregory
James Montgomery
0 H' Curry
Nicholas Tubbs
G HTink
Fvx 10 namos,
Henry Humphrey Thomas Kinney
George Uimes B Davenport
George Clinton C Uai tholomeir
Girard-21 names, 21 drawn.
Mitchel S'liopo
N Eounolot
Adam Spackmao
Francis Balier
Henry riulell
John Smith
Lafayette Graham
Xavier Leeonle
David Smith
Barnard Green
F-dward Waller
Goshcn-22 name?, 2- drawn.
Martin Flegal Wm Graham
Matthow Tale Robert Flegal
Whitmore Seilridijo
Abm Selfridgo
Georgo Kyler
George Hoover
John Sankey
Daniel Kylcr
Thomas Shaw
John Smith
George Morrison
Grahm-H names, 62 drawn.
Barney Shipley
B D Schoonover
John Dixon
Dennis Turner
Wm Johnson
Samuel Brickie
lleory Tcniico
John Runderlin
Danl Bricklcy
Wm Brothers
David Byers
Walter Kitchen
names 51 drawn.
Mosos Thurston
Jacob Pennington
Hamilton Whito
John Smead
15 J McMastert
Jacob ThuMtou
John Rays
Thomas ICvana
Wyatt Kitchen
Henry Westover
G B McMaster
David Thurston
Danl Selfridg
J H Ame
Silas Hockenbutry
Lewis Westover
Thoa Evans
Perry Tearce
Jarod H.tney
Miolnel Seller
Win Kitchen
Isaac Pennington
Jacob G I.iucMtcr
Johua Pennington
A B Barrett
Bnzel Dimond
J J Westover
names, C5 Drawn U.
Israel Test
(i B Goodlander
G W Snyder
W 11 SI. a
Joseph Shirk
Sand Jlustun
S J Row
name?, 4$ Drawn
Christian Brown
Charles Barto
Francis VHllornnnt
Jacob Maurer
Thomas Thomas
J L Rougeux
Iieulien Jieiier
Augustus liougeoux
John I'icard
Jesse Matihews
Louis Uous!ey
J B Gorniont
John Tieard
Francis Uolley
SyIveter lluLoi t
Joseph Gro?s
-'iin ratclot
Mcholas Crotzer
Augustus Mulson
10 -
James T L.'rov.n
SG Pyles
Jell Bloom
Apgor Bloom
Klger On ley
names, 5G Drawo.
0 EGearhart
Abm Phillips'
II Greenaivall
J D Gearhart
T L Long
J M Lucas
Isaac Crowell
W B Morgan
Adam Kephart
B'm Gos
A L Kepha't
U D Showalier
Abm Gos
il'A Roams
B F Kephitrt
I'.enj Malum
John Curley
1 J Goss
Charles Boalick
Not enough name
naaie, 31 urann.
Josiah Henry
Jacob Gibson
II m Cook
Robert lUmilion
Tcter Bishop
Matthew Ker.ty
ll'ni Nswcnmer
J M Bloom
.1 I) Straw
J T Straw
ir 1J' U. II
Isaac Mooro
John Snyder
O.-ango Thurston
Ribert O-veas
W R Smith
C drawn.
Georce Shirey
Zsnas Leonard
Levi Wetzel
Georgo Steerer
Ames Nivin
'I honias Luzier
John RimiUet
John N'ewcomo
Jonlh Spademan
Francis Vassay
Not encugh names
Ephraini saaw
Robert Leonard
James Oar ley
Harrison Spenco
Alex Read
Thomas Graham
Jordan Bumgtrdner
GoorfO Selfridgo
Merriach Shaw
Hhristian Tace
Gtorge Narehood
Jsmes U Smeal
Andrew Kirkpalrick
Strouel f tael
CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, MaB"
laao Undercofler
Abm Luzior
Levi Hubler
John Smith
Henry Siueal
Daniel Smeal
, Patik Curley J T
Jacob Hess
i W P Smeal
John Lytle
' John Hamlin
! Ueubcn Wright
Irvin Burgo
Samuel Flogal
lames Mye.'
Morris Dunlan
Henry Hamlin
Gu'ich. Al
j Abednego CVkey
)V m Conrad
jlemy Altaian
; Levi Spanglo
iiuiion-j.)
J.iraes Guckhaven
Alex Barkey
i Frank Hewit
O.car Allen
I Le is Horde 11
! Wni Shoemaker
' John Tador
ieorgo Broivn
JorJunroZ
i Patrick Gillian
1 Aaron Siv&
; J'lioinns Ross
Beej Bishop
H M Johnson
I F Bloom
; Wm Gilligan
A S Williams
i Wm Jliibeton
J )lin (ire'n
j 11 I! McCully
: J R Johnston
Martin (iilliau
i Jiiiiios McNeal
j JCni'iduf-ZZ
I John Harshba'-g-ir
Joseph GiRiland
: B'm. Brenker
! JiicJ Dulteiy
; James B'liito
! James lia'nes
Elijah Nii'kelr.r;rer
Andrew Conaway
H'lii. Con fair
Jno. Steiner
' James Conaway
J M Banch
Beij . Gunsalas
1 .ntnp t in lev
w.w-41
Jno. Mays
Peter Sloppy
I I'm Tiude
Daniel Siarr
J R. Dunlap
R.bcrt B'itherow
Edward Lord
Samuel S Hoover
Tho's Temploton
Robert raiierson
Price A Howies
Jno Jackson
Jas Haley
1 1 co ii i.eary
Jno Everhatt
II P McDonall
Bernard McFvnan
Lut'i tnsc '.j
Christian Staffer.
Jno. Fultrn
George Dimgl.erty
j Thomas Mel'hcrson
, Dan ill Welch
j MailitfW i .-.cknian
I (! G Irwin
Marlin Owns
. Iiobeit Read
Michel Amis
j Jno. C Dalo
I Jas. Snackman
V.'m. L Hunler
I Thomas Howies
Fred M Garden
I i i. rr it .... i... I
) D GcpiLVEow
Robert D Litz
Milton Ogden
Jc Hereon Ciamer
James Irwin
W S Hunter
' Miles Tate
1 C H Mareumbcr
i Thomas Snaeknian
Daniel H Fullertcn
' Jno. Lyiel
j Evans Miller
. Peter Hulfuer
Jon. lloyt
George Green
Fred Shaw
! llamilton Read
J h Reams
I Levi F Irwin
j Samuel J Culnett
, Jackson Conklin
j M W Snyder
Morris.-
01,
G D Hess
Jacob Goarlurt
D A Gray
J D Denning
Edward Weis
John Bordro
Joseph Weis
Wm Rothrock
Jno Merrill
Danl Will
Jeremiah Kline
Benj Spackman
Jacob Fullmer
Andrew IIc!i
Danl Soncs
L Brown
Josse Beams
Danl Beams
A L Morrill
Henry Ricarts
J Mauck
Leonard Kylcr
James Irwin
Edward Deliaven
J J Wilaon
J A Narohood
Michael Iteady
David Parker
Jacob Hoover
tharles Donsel
Wm Myers
J P Nelson
Amps llubler
James Young
Daniel Woodring
Abna Hoover
Kobert Luzier
Olwin llubler
Benj Smeal
Frank Coleerovn
Xot name enough
names 8 drawn.
Adam Height
A B Irvin
J II Miller
Samuol Hegai ty
name, 10 drawn.
Jacob Smelhers
Hiram Woodwaid
J C Tyler
Hiram lloyt
Vi D Woodward
Joseph Bliss
FrcJ Brown
I'M Washburn
names, drawn.
V S Jayne
T UOweus
J N Dickenuan
Wm Curry
J G Williams
Abm Bloom
John McNeal
James I'rots
7'homa.s Sniiih
James Wilson
Jas Patterson fof J)
L I) Curry
A W Young
Matt McCully
nsmrs, 2S drawn.
Jon. Confair
Charles Conawav
Roland Kanady
Jncob Michaels
B'm. Moo.o
Jehu Halm
John Seyler
'J homns S:nith
h J Holler
Iaac MfClokey
George Emick
Godltey Fisher
II L Biinigurdner
Wm. Ounkolas.
names, 31 drawn.
II F Bowles
Jno Dun'ap
Thomas Call. cart
Kobt Hunter
Isaac Rae
Aaron Wiso
Thos McCully
Jno Hickock
Win Holme
Jr. A Wie
W.u Dunlap
Isaac May4
Jno High
W M Calhcart
M Mays
Jnoth Baker
Milton Sloppy
mines, TO Drawn.
Samuel Cramer
Jno. Woodel '
David Woods
Miichell Reed
Henry Shttllner
Henry Trump
Miles McCoy
James Mums
Berj. Bloom
Win. Wait
R J Conklin
E J Lead
W E Ream
A J Kiine
Abraham lloyt
Andrew J McBrido
Levi Howies
J no. A Read
Daniil Mitchell
Abruhani Carter
Hubert Hoods
Jobu Puttier
B'ui. Shafler
S A Balhuist
S S Mooro
George W Dunlap
Jao. Hoover
David Laosbuiry
Jnc. Lovo
George Jvlin
Allen Mitchell
J BShiiW
Charles Burst
B'm. Irwin
Mathew Howies
George Gulich
H'io. J Lumaduo
Joseph L Owens
names CI drawn
C Gearhart
Ed Brenner
L I Good
D Jones
A'J Ames
Geo Uess
Jno Matley
Geo Waring
Jno Baptiete
Jnoth Huthrock
Leander Denning
Vincent Flegal
Ar.dy Brown
Hobt Thompson
Wm Waring
Jofepli Dippard
Andy Hunter
John Iloughcnbury
Michael Brown
Ferdinand Jones
Ooodfellow Meirill
P Ralioru
Wm Shimcl
Jaoob Koo?or
not MEN.
Levi Bowers
Philip Shimel '
Adam Knapp
Alex Hoover
Jno Albert
Gilbert Hoover
David Frazier
David Kyler
inrni Mccwen ';
C J Slillwagon '
Jacob Breth
!
Philip,Netr
Christ Nell'jr
Alex Creiwell
Finn. H names, 30 drawn.
W P Johnson
Amos Wall
David Way
Danl Aaron
R M Hoover '
RicLnrd Danver
Mardman Iccnreller Allen McDonald
GHer Bell
B F Diehl
J W Jii.flcrly
James McEwen
Amly Sneneer
Elliott McCrackcn
W A Mooro
Wni Bowles
Jo.-eph Russell
Gideon C Duflman
El'jih Mooro
S F McCloskey
J 1 Bloom
J Jordan Bloom
Peter Peiller
Andrew Tozer
I U'McXaul
Z Hartshorn
F A Fleming
Henry IJickok
Johnson Holden
Allen II ay
J R Caldwell
II H'MulIin
Zenas Hoover
Fred Ilaiiey
U D Ruler
I A Thorn Dson
J H'McNaul
John l'ortnr
Joieph Goon
Wm Cleaver
I T Caldwell
James Kratzer
Benj. Hartshorn
Union 3T
Uvi Uraasler
rn Clonzer
Juo Nelson
David Wclty
Lewis Doney
ReuLen Jordan
II Corlney
II WhiteheaU
Saml Gelnell
J B Clouser
P Crick
J Pentz
C Labordo
Wuodtvar.1- 21
A Shnw
Daniel Kephart
C C SholT
Thomas Mathers
Solomon II ill-man
G M Chandler
Eliuialek Alexander Aaron P KhofT
Henry Cogan G W Shod'
Milton Hampton Stacy Cowman
Hons Alexandor James Alexander
Win II Scott Not names enough
A IIonuiDi.K Aif.ub Women Toktckku
Il bbcry, Uutraye, Arson and Murder. -Six
heavily ironed pi isonors canio uj) on the
Lotus day befoie yesterday, from Claaks
ville, among whom wasG. W. Hutchinson,
formerly chaplain ht colored Kansas in
fantry. The names of tho other ti vo are
W. B. Farmer, 1st Arkausas cavalry ; R.
II. AtweJ, 2d Ivansas cavalry ; John
Sharks, 2d Arkansas infantry, and ( O.
Kimball, citizen, formerly of (he 21 Kan
sas cavalry, bihI more recently a lieuten
ant in the 2d Arkansas.
Ex-Chaplain Hutchinson, who resigned
his portion in Iho army ?omo tino last
spring, in order to tollow tho real bont of
his inclinations with more leisure, stands
charged with heavy
upon the government and people, mow
lar he is incriminated with tho deeds of
the oilier prisoners cannot be ascertained
until Rfier a more
of the case.
The other prisoners stand charged with
tort'irini' tour rosnectaMe ladies over
slow tire till Ihey
- n
ted about their heads, shoulders ana leet,
and with ravishing
of which ono died
made cripples for life. One of the prison
ers also charged with additional enmes depose, i iuy were, u.iuDiiess, m no nuni
upon tho body cfono of tho victims which or for jokes. They s.-e now in tho Libby
pen would shudder to record. prison, where, it is hoped, Ihey will re-
The object of Ihe cruel wrelche3 wai lo main uutil our gillant men arrested by-
obtain some money, a considerable amount
of which these ladies were supposed to
have in their poe?iion- Jbey Jivo.i a-
bout seventy Cvo miles below this piaee.
in the vicinity of
the unfortunate victims are now al tho
latter place under medical treatment.
Their houses were also burned down. In
formation was received here day before
vesteiday. and seven other persons had
been put in irons at uiaritsviiio, cuaigou
wilh being connocte 1 in the above crimes,
ii- . i, ,1. ,.:i, r.r ii.;. i.n.fiil nltiiir
It 9 KIVO liCllil. VI v
we received them from the officer who
as we received them
conducted the
al Clarksville.
.1,,1 ll, m-nliminurv nvestlL'.ltlon
a
edlv develop all the facts in the case and
: i t... i ...i
edh
just
jusuce uo luu mc-iev,
United StaTe. Senator Th'ready t-Jvance a
Holliday Hicks, ex-Govcrnor or Mary.
lann. died in Mnslnnelou City, ue was
struck wilh paralysis and dicJ in n 'hort
time afterwards.
Saml Chapman
C Deaving
Zacharias Folmer
Allon Matley
Jackson Hoover
Franklin Rouch
Jno Shimel
a Jerrett
V.
Kobt Mellar
il onry Feath
J II Beyers
Jno Mehatl'ey
Jas Feath'
Wm Ghaller
James Framton
Simon Whitmore
Abraham C Moora
Filis Kester
Jno Rusiell
Edward RatVerty
James Martin
Elijah Wall en
Patrick McMahan
E W Brooks
D II Johnson
Miles Spencer
Win Fly nri
James G Hill
Valentino Dalo
David Spencer
" i JSetK
names, drawn.
J B Smith
Thomas L0115
Hiram Leoeli
Henry Hiles
Alfred Long
J H Brady
Jason Sponcer
G A Bailey
Joseph Brink
Milton Read
Jas R Cupples
J T Stago
L D Jordan
Hobt Owens
F T Bloom
IF R Curry
Solomon (i Pylis
J R JlcCluro
J B C Leech
B Caldwell
H Bloom
Harvey Bloom
JC Bloom
H P Smith
names, 20 drawn.
Saml Austin
Jesse Jewell
Geo Potter
Wm Booze
Israel Guirio
Geo Clouser
Jeff Caldwell
Oscar Green
lS Horn
Geo Doney
Danl Brubaker
Jno Brubaker
names, 20 drawn'
James Locket
Wm Luther
Jeremiah llainos
James Connelly
H E Beams
Alexander Ream
swindling opeialions
thorough investigation
a:
i -
were horribly niutua -
them, from the effects
and the others were
Clarksvillo. inreooi
from the onicer who
full tiiil will undoubl-
HOW CMS CROOK AM) KELLY
i..u. ,cnmonu jsnqu.f Ft)b( 27
rt.i -v.
me ian
and the adjutant general of the former,'
Thayer Melvm, arrived in Richmond yes-
'7,U1""""?M
central cars- As nrevi.ml .in..i i."
oflicers were cantured
f,?' f'. .n 'VCf
McNeill and thirty
jno parry engaged
brill ant enti V" I"" 7." U.'S a.nu
i;.i.. :v. 1
e7 r:'p'r' w.s
ed the pift,.,. 7;"" ":" e,
u .1
uvui un uie nic
cnpiunng tho only sentinel to bo seen, iu
(iiicea turn to divuiL'o (he
Uierunin body of the Uetachmont was
hen posted 111 a convenient position., and
the. Lieutenant commanding, with several
f the men, boldly rode into the town,
w hich was earrisonoJ l,v mf r- 1
uieo l euorai troops. The
01 ueno:at Crook wero
those of Geno al Kellv
Iheir locations : being d.iTy made known
by tho captured sentinel, the daring part-
isans made thoir way to those of the form
er.arnvmgjust in
Lieutenant halted
sentinel if tlm ,mn,
nn fillir'r..n. ...a ....1..
- 'i"y,
portant despatches
lug. followed by his men, advanced to tho
sentinel, gave Ihe countersign, and pass
edin. Upon entering the hotel, the
squaU was received by au old negro wo
man a no, it appears, was the "night
clerk ' of the establishment- n l
making known their
en 10 tno room ol Weueral Crook, the do
mes.ic looked at them with a kind of a
humerous mspidon, and remarked:
en, you ail h do strangest soldiers, I
declare y6u you you must take do
light yo'tsclves and go fust. I'll pint do
room out to yo., I won't carry you dar
dough no how." h did not make aftv
difference to our bold cavaliers which
molhod the old woman preferrod ; they
look the light and tho lead, and in a
moment or two were in front of the door,
where the old woman hastily left them.
After several ineffectual raps a roponse
from within was obtained, and the visitors
wore ordered to enter.
Is this General Ciook?" a-ked the
lieutenant, holding the light sa as to give
him full view of tho general as ho drowsi
ly looked at them from his Ld.
"Yes ; what do you wai t ." wai tho re-
i.
'I, said the lieutenant, -am ueueiai
Rosier ;" and drawing a pistol and pre
tenting it, added : ''I have noiue very im
portant business with yon. General Crook,
and will give you precisly two minutes to
get up and put on your clothes."
Tho bewildered general did not know
how to reply, and did not diro to resist.
He saw al a glance that it would be as
useless as dangerous to atleupt oscape by
raising an alarm, and he did not stop to
solve the mystery
all. Ho obeyed at
suggestion of the propriety of keeping
quiet leing whispered in his ear, he
pasted out with his
mummy. U.i tlieir
suaded the sentinel
them by inducements similar to those
submitted to the general, and, mak
ing their prisoners mount behind them,
rojo back to tho ui tin body. In the mean
time a second detachment roda up to the
q miters of General
scono occurred and that ollicer was in due
time unddr guurd But the parly was con
tent. Ascertaining the quarter of tho
A ljulta' General, they gave himapasi-
uig cull, ton (Hi him in Led with his wife,
who happened, oh, pity him ye Benedicts!
lo be a blushing Lri'io. uud as peremptor
ily, but gently as possible under tho cir
cumslaiicas, sueceedel in "mutating" him
from n blissful bridegroom into a misera
ble poor devil of a prisoner. This cap
ping the climax of tho night's sport, the
rendezvous was regained, and wilh their
prisoners ti ling behind them, the com
mand rerrossid Ihe river, aud sped away
Ibrngli llamshire. By some moans the
alfair was discovered soon after they left,
and a whole regiment pursued them to r.o
purpose for fifty miles. I'pou being pre
sented toGnnei tl Early at his hold piar-tr-rs
in tho valley, tne prisonors were ra
reived with tho homely but, no douLt,
acceptable, greeting : "Takoseats, gentle
man, I presume yoi aro tired after your
ride," and then added tho hero of brill
iant victories and stunning defeats, with
an intensification cf that fine tooth cornb
i .
, peculiarity ol his enunciation : 1 expect
jsomo enierrnsing lanisee win uo iini(:
! oil with mo in the saruo way one of those
days." Whether the prisoners relishfc.
- : tho joke or noi cur
them as "guerrillas' ana conlino i in
chans and dungeons on that, pretense.iuro
roicaseu.
BELLE BOYD.
To Tits EniTORor iubXew Yori World:
There recently apjeared in a New York
naner an article, copied from an English
. Boile Bovd,) which
in reicreneo
L3n,ioii in poverty anu want, anu reconi-
j mcnd jng her lo the sympathy of South -
: v..i.j .
ieril - 'Illl''i'K,n",ilu,l,,0,14DV'BI'"I - "i
lhal Mr. Harding, who had gone to Amer-
' I u .tio,l in. l.i.
r'i.n n,
hui wa, gun'0ring conli.iement in a Van-
i. u. i -,:ifn n book. i
, Kee i oasiue, inai m.b
.ml ihoi.nV comber of publishers we re .
I . . .
nee B oanuul"
but the poor 1
P''VZdifepended on its
nearu tier wi;'
tuppe-sion, larei
;t01-
TEKMS:
NEW
Kee generals Crook and Kelley
two o'clock by tho
Anltipn,I n r.. 1 1
J' lt by Liu.enani
nion.
From one of
in
1 . . . - -:
"nicain wie lonowine
01 lue ,owu ft
it or Lhn o.l
neauquai lers
1 .
otouehittl, and
at
.1nil n ... I
front of which the
and innuired of tho
..... : '
I . ! . .
no saia tie nail
for him nn,l .i;a-,n..n.
I tw
desire to ba conduct-
of so uiiexpecied a
once, and a untitle
cscoit as tuuto as a
egress lae party per
on duly to follow
Kelly, where a similar
. .,
mtormani. ian:u 10
t. ir...i:n i..
m o. uanuug
slated that she was ir.
i, . . ;ia .trn .i-i.l
('nnfo,l..rati flutic".'
i,nn,i r Ll.n Federals,
us. n - ,
handom
I...M.
not i
'
- $2 00 Per Annum,
SERIES VOL.
j
I wnn.t .
,.11.. r"0
,of thfl HWo - "7'l,'ww the columns
'statement"
ithin the past
in th tt..:..j 1.7 7
... w...lcu oiaies has bent her b llir.'
exchange on Loadcn bankers Vn ,u
mount nfii.. i... . .'8DKer 10 'he a-
backs. Shfl 1 "
this monnv
11 1
Her lita 1
1 . . --j .
.1 ,
I cu.""e n. drafts .xtraet!
.going 011 to ter. and
.. i distress. tizzV"
a orabl. to borrow. X
anU wotti imr niAn.. Jewt,s
llPrt
friends. Cut offfr":. ""T" 10
in a JNorthern nn.on
, ,,,v. l ln B
L I..""" .' ,0V,?,y.
highest credential of
1 received durinw
III in tin.-ii. l.l..
eTu'e the YZof U
letters nd etop my mone- 1''
know whv I L , Z.' uu.d..1 u.";i ;
cruel, and it is be.
' coverornont in
! r.. " J. . .
it ll""S-''i the derks,,.
wojUI be cal ed unchivalrous. G oJ Uo'..
car. tins be the niuaieo,,tU eenturv f
Mr. Harding camo hero as a i.cnoei,; .
cmzen would come. to attend to his r-.
vate business and return to England. ,".,
had no confederate duties. UatiL near
comp e.ed his labors, ho wont loll -i
burg to see ha wife1, mother, aud while
....u6 luenco, wan all the
naneis an, I not.: i .
rested this side ol i( perT lw""
fined in nondescript guard IS;, ft?."
ami draggeJ about like , convictJd felon,
he washna v loiW,l iti .h-r- u '
at 1 iishington, and from thence taken to
I oi t Delaware. Aftersutlering two months'
confinement, he was unconditionally re
leased, and sailed for Europe on Ihe 8th
february. She will not b0 in want or dis
tils when ho arrives in London. For
what he was arrested or confined is to him
yet a myttery.
The intimation of Mrs. Harding that
the publication of hor work would ondan
got the life of her husband wai not with
out foundation, as there are officers Liiih
in power at Washington, of whom she
knows more than is generally known, and
who will bo shown un In tl.nlr i.-u.
. r-
and colors in I
truth.
Fighting Men Wanted.
From a hundred of th Aboltion presses
of the North now goes up a renowed de
mand for more active hostilities, and a
greater earneatuess in the proiecution of
tho war. The work of "crushing out the
rebellion" is to bo short and quick-for
this purpose it is necessary that a requisite
number of men should be furnish.! on
demand,- there is to
work ; the great army
teiuforced immediately j Sherman is to
sweep armod resistance Irom the States of
iSortu ana South Carolina, and bringing
his mighty and victorious ai rav lo tht
southern side of H'chmond in co-operation
... :,urH fi- . .l t. ...
yyihi uii. vjnun mo nnisumg siroko
the coup do grace is to be dua'.t to the
power of the Oonfu Jorscy.
This is a pleasing picture if it was not
so old, so stale a one- This finishing
stroke has beon held suspended above
tho Confeo'erey for years, ami yot the
eliealivo blow lias never Laen siruak.
.Soiuohoir, when opportunity is alfordoj
lor a stunning whack, which, in pugili.
lie phrae, is to knock Ihe Confederacy
"out of limn, "the smaller ami weaker
of the belligerents, who bad juH "come to
gr.u,' witn indiinitable pluck, stops
smilingly up to "the scratch," for the
next iouii 1.
We havo been told
divisions in the councils and among the
peopiu ol tne toniederacy. Tho press ol
that section, echoing tho popuhr thought,
giving voico to the poplo's will, shows no
evidence oTa want harmonv. Tho Goner-al-in-Chiuf,
tho tried, faithful, and trustod
Lee, sots himself to the work before bioj
with a courage and purpose whioh is in
fusing new life into the now thoroug'y
aroused saon of Iho ConfoJerdry. Ilia
now .Secretary of H'ar John V Hrokon
ridgo, enters upon hisofliie po-sodng the
utmost con.'ideiice of the people, and will
prove as active and indefatigable thero as
he has done heretofore in the field. Gen.
.loo Johnson will face Grant before R'ch
raond us dctiimieddly ns Lee his done;
every w hero lliere manifested hope, con
fidence, and evidences of on unyeilding
purpose to aebcivo their indepondonco as
a peoplo
ll'hularo the cilizens of the Federal
Slates doing meanwhile? Grumbling at
Trovost Marshal General ; soeking by ev
ery imaginable shift, quibbl", and subter
fugo to reduce the quotas of States, Con
gressional districts, cities and to.vos. All
the war men say "we must whip cut these
rebel', conquer a peace, drub tliem into
the Union," but none of the gentry who
clamor jo loudly that Ihero shall be "no
compromi'ewith lr(i!er,"exp:es any iu
tontion of going to the front themselves.
Soma of I ham. il truo. riave bsuetJt
I Hessian, a Chinaman,
a nigger, io i
, but thai I ntl b vay
' is lo be wound up.
- '" .. ,
war men themselves
I IS 10 DO snnri nnu snarn; ucrc.oir, uvy
itionists, tho present
glory awaits ro- P' 7 oj "j""1
S raD on vour knupsacks and strike tne
I '
. .
last ana rnosj v.goro u.
generally are over confiden', and.ln it.
f.io.la inn.! to them to bs
more zonlo'is and prompt than ever. U
if paid
ia advanoa
V. -NO. 85
T k your allowim.
u re6ara'ug Huso
f0ti
'""ums ner auont
. een
'' ""uuiveu a
SOU of
;. " ,,ilve "eon onen.
be for
11,;. i .1"
ZlZit'
lm 1. .
u-ku. ...,n .
young and
I
ueauinu:
claim to the
hut 1 also ilj.. t.
honor
.. -
-n.m n-ueri-on
',H
."'! u ?y 01 ui y
' lu 'on nip
"' ' -aii
'"ovaimii prison
Ihey fear tho
be no mors i.ilf.tai
leaders sra In ha
there wcro boneless
an Indian, or oven
in i which the con-
. i , n
look hold , the war
is your last .chance j
II- I it.. lAiia
.
u.on.

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