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PUBLISHED BI Ha. 14 laoicu Balldtan, KiHrltr At B. SOVLIt, IM,1 d.' ro Or ATIHDAY UOKMIKU, JAN 113. It, "One Southerner to Five Yankees." W Bava BOtlecd, OT late, A very desid4 hug La th Mtlmii plaotl by tb rsb, jrt npoa ths ralatrva bravery and efflclenry At th men In th oonteadiog arm.. At th beginning of th war, thlf estimate wag ou SocUi&nier to At Yankee. Tb tatter wr "saudaUl'' wh would, fi ik Jer b Ijr tb "gentlemen," ; eosapoelng tk Osn fsdarat armj. Ball Bun teni4 U aonfirm this belief la the Bon them mind, "but Port Bovel and Drain vIU polled W. soma' of thee comfortable prop from their ooaclu dons. To ezpedi'Jons which we teat to the Southern coast itaggtied the Confederate asd Bad them respect the Tank. When th linking of the itaa fleet could almost be sees, from the window of th Cbarleatoa Mercury and Courier effioet, and when loos offices themselves might be filled with Ted' oral toldler upon a day notice, It wai aot thought beat to add many more (ratal tool Insults to the one already to liberally be stowed upon thoe aoldier . And AO w have lately feed their teriooi discussions of their chaacw of success, in which a painful fora bodisf of th wrath to com I plainly vi- dact. How they will receive tbe new of th defeat and rout of Humphrey Marshall, With th death of Zolllcoffer and the dUor fasiaatioA oi hi army, we are- Anxious' to bear. The deiaiU of the lato batUe At Hill Springs, which wepabiiib to-day, (bow that th rebel force wa pmler thaa oar and that they bad cluUloUy eonitrooted And eatily defenaible entrenchmenttin which they might bar defended themselves manfiillT it sot successfully against almost Any force, And yet they were totally defeated and noted.' We do not deny th courage of the rebel in tbi battle: the report giro them credit for fighting wall, fx a time, but It is certain that they fled At last. We fancy that we hall bear bo more of sweepinc away the cowardly "Tauk.ee," cr oi one Southern "gentleman" being equal to "fir greasy Mechanics" of the Northern army. : The Finances of Our Government. The Committee of Way and If eans ha reported a bill to Congress which, it is (aid. meets with the hearty Aoncurrene of capl taUsU lu the Eastern cities, as well those who here the Immediate management . of the finances of the country. ' Th bill pro ride that for temporary purpose the Secretary of the Treasury is authorised to is sue, on the credit of th United States, one hundred millions of dollars of United States Votes, not bearing Interest, payable to bear er at th Treasury, or at the effic of .the As sistant Treasurer, in the city of New York, at the pleasure of the United 8tates,and of such denominations as h may deem, expedient, not Iras than Are dollars each, and such notes and all other United States" Botes payableon demand, not bearing interest, heretofore aa tborUed, shall be rtceiTable for all debts and demands do to the United States, and for ail salad ea, debts And demand owing by the United 8 Lata to individuals, corporations and associations within the United States, ad shall also be lawful money i legal Under at paymtxt 0 a3 itblt, public and pri- 9tU4,wUki th United SUleu ,. - The notes may be exchanged for United StAtei twenty-year bonds, bearing six. per tent Interest. Upon the Deck of these note Shall be printed these word: mtka mou u a LviL tehdis mpay wtcaf of all debt, pubhe am4 private, and txchangable for bonds of the United Slates Bearing six per cent, interest. The Secretary is Also authorized to issoe $500,000,000 in twenty-year bonds at six per cent , payable semi-Aanually. These are to be issued at par value to Any creditor of th Govenrment who may choose tt reotir them in satisfaction of his demands. . - Legislative Summary, Jan. 23d. la the Senate l(r. Bobison presented the petition of Irad Kelly and other cltiians of Cleveland, praying for the passage Of alaW to Amend the law respecting forcible entry and detainer. Mr. Sberrard gave notice of A bill to exempt from execution and sale the property of person who are in the military awrvie of the United State while the pnnei pal debtor remains in (aid errioe. The bill to allow the eity of Cleveland to; find eer tain railroad stocks were passed. . It was Ttaolrtd that if there at Any insane con victs in the Penitentiary, they abonld be tc Doved to the Insane Asy lam-'-Elie Long- ley wa employed to report the proceedings of th Benate, at. four dollar per day. la th House, a bill was introduced which provide for tbe appointment by the Ooer- ssor, of si lewt one person to each Ohio reg iment, who soaII hare thfl.cajr And jnpa Tisloa of the sick And wounded id bis regf-' sent, ke. A resolution to Adjourn tine 4U on th 17 th of if arch, 1862, was mtrodoaed, and laid ever under th rule. Mr.', lalt offered a preamble and resolufonrequesting our Senators and Bepressntatlyes ia Coa (reto org the passage of a Jaw fc red ace the talarie of all commiasicned officenjn the Army, And increase the pay of privates. Inferred to committee- on Kllitary Affair. A preamble and reaelutioA were mtrodueed, looking to the establishment of a navy depot, At some point on the southerly shore of Lake Srie; or on the KanmeeBay.' SesoIulibns of thanks to Gen. Thomas and Cols'. McCook And Garfield were oflerad. Mr. Dresel moved that bis resolutions apon the policy of me Government toward slavery in this war be taxes cp. Th Bouse refused to fake ihem ? by a vote of 3T to . ' S By reference to our special dispatch it wU be seen thaa Gen. HcCleUaa Jhat At length signalised hinuefi by obUtaIcg: tre BMBdoAS victory. "With An energy perisctly nttonishiag, be has drives tb Hutchison family oat of the caaps of the Pedeml Army because they sung one of hiuier' songsl. n McOieilaa should be mad Lfenten tjat General or field Marshal ever this bril- liABt COUp tttit, Th rebels Apca'th en.h"cf"h sretoffiM ooauuuiussu wua base upon tii Virginia shore by means ot kite aC eUI paper or silk, sad the tail of whtoi Are BAAd of Utter ASd pAp,.!i'.','ji'J'7:-aVaif 1 1 . 111. .nig To u : Say th Trr Haute Journal onsJ ycif Ago a bushel of corn would buy two pounds of coffee. Now, it takes At Uaet a bushel And a half te - bay me,Ttmd.-of "bcffeei: Waal a vast change tbi . rebellion fc made upon th coadittasAnd egpAciAlly, th labor of tts 'country ? ttmiA THE BATTLE IN KENTUCKY. Full and Important HOW ZOLLICOFFER WAS KILLED! HOW ZOLLICOFFER WAS KILLED! TOTAL ROUT OF REBELS. From th Cincinnati pater of yestoraVy we gather the following interesting and im portant particulars oi the great fight near SomerMthich VeioRftd in the defeat of the rebel,. h .deth. OipoflAniahAJlAJ livery of eutern Kentucky from all organised armedJrsU)ct:tft tie aIvaa. of Ih loyal troop. , - 1 ; . it "'11 ' . . I ( 1 rrom tie lateness of (h hour At which th' aooooat WM received, we are obliged to condense he report . - j j . 1 t ! I fs aiVnATriui or vaai toAcx J i - v I On the evening before tbe battle, the ad vance brigade el Gen.Tbomss' division, con- isting of the 9th Ohio, 2d Minnesota, 10th Indiana, another Chio, (the somber of wbioh : I wa unable to ascertain,) CoL Wolford's Eentucky Cavalry,, and one , Ohio battery, occupied a position some eight miles south of th fork of tbe roads from Somerset to Jamestown and Columbia. The repimenls were encamped on the right and lot t of tr direct road from Somerset to Hart's Ford'cf the Cumberland river, just north and South, of which the rebels had entrenched them 4 elves. THE ENTIRE FORCE. On Saturday afternoon, pert of Bohoepfs foto (stationed a snort elatance from som erset), consisting of two Kentucky regiments, 1st and I Tennessee, : and Capu Standards Uhio battery, wa ordered lo joia Amb. Thomas; but owing to the bigh wafer in Fisblng Creek, which they bad to cross, and tbe muddy roads, did not reach him until midnight About 3 o'clock in tbe morning, another brigade, consisting of the 4th apd lets Kentucky, Oelonels Fry and Harlan; the 14th Ohio, 18th regulars, and a Michigan regiment, together with Another battery, ar rived, to that the column under the immedi ate command of General Thomas, just be fore the commencement 01 in battle, was composed oi j.thietet a . fcfcntry 'regiments, about 6v hundred cavalry, and three batter- let, with au aggregate of eighteen piece ( Parrot t, smooth bore and rifled guns). - THE FIRST ALARM. W reached the spot where Kinney' Battery and the 10th Indiana, the advanse f Thomas Division, Were ' encamped. A line was formed In the woods, and we wet told to take care of ourselves, as best w could 'in the rain no shelter, hair th men without blankets or over coats. I was about to turn in for a snoose, it being then About I 0 clock in the raorn inn, whea crack I oraokl went th guns from the picket or the lUth Indiana, imme diately followed, by the lone roll. The alarm turned out, by the account of the pickets, to have Arisen from evn or eight ef the enemy creeping upon them and Bring At, them. , i,;r T;l 72 OPENING THE BATTLE. ' Just at day break on Sunday morning, the 10th of January, (harp firing eeameueed with the pickets in the same spot where the Bring was last Friday mgnt; uu Jong rofl beat in the Indiana 10th, and they formed instantly and marched to the support of their pickets. The 10th and Kinney's bat tery were close together, and a half a mile in advance of everything. Tbe battery got ready for action on the instant, and awaited orders. By the way, Stand art's battery and VTotmore'i four gun battery were both in park, one on each side of Kinney's battery. The 1st Tennessee wa about a quarter of a mile ia the rear ot these batteries, in the wood., . f ': ' - i A j ' ' naSDABT'S BATTIBT. : The enemy formed in these two fields, at tacking the Indiana troops both in front and upon tneir left flank. A section of Captain Btandart's battery had been brought up, and was stationed in the road. The attack bar was made about sevso. o'clock in the morning. Col. Manson coming up to the position just after the attack began, and see ing that his men must be overpowered before the other regiments could come up, ordered his men to fall back, which they did in good order, fighting as they went. Capt Stand art reluctantly gave up the privilege of "giving the enemy one good blizsard" from that point, and retired too. THE TENTH INDIANA. Tbe 10th Indiana went into the woods about a quarter of a mile in advance of their tents, to the support of their pickets; and bravely did they support them too, 'for over half an hour, against the whole force led against them; and never retreated a step, nor give an inch of ground, until nearly sarrounded by overwhelming numbers; then to save themselves from being entirely sur rounded, they unwillingly gave way. Here was a crisis ; and yell on yell went up from the lantern jawed Seceseionistf; they thought tbe day was all their own. COMPLIMENTS OF THE ARTILLERY. But, happily, any disastrous consequence vras prevented y the arrival . of the -4:11 Kentucky and 9th Ohio, to tbe support of the gallant 10th. ' Again eur men made a stand ; now there was fighting in good earn est, and the 2d Minnesota joined in with jhe 10th andrthe 4thnrad-thr 9th OkloT. Voile after volley rattled in quick succession, and sometimes it seemed as though there was only one continuous volley, interrupted now and then by the growling pf Ihe.A'yellojr pups, which cad been brought to bear on the enemy; and when tbsy-enee cotameaced they distributed their favors freely in all di rectiocs, in the shape of hot and shell;' And, gentlemen,' excuse me from being the recip ient or Any jucft u von, .. z ! THE ENEMY'S CANNON. - These were only two-or three shots from eannoA find by. the enemy, -And tbey"wsi8 either badly aimed or the pieces were oat ef range, for the shot did not disturb Any-. ooey. .: voce uiey-mrew a sneii into ice air, Which burst when some four or five hundred feet high, i No damage wasdoce by aal Pieir artillery seemed to be ofnoi usto-tbenri whatever, srhiia, on tbe contrary, oars geroed to be of immense, mte to us; and it was co?t ably and effectively oalfed-'i;:';;' ' 1 frTrf-AtitTZ'rir' ssBswTBtBSATf"J'MCa After a little mart than Iwoloti-s of hard fighting, a most -tie mendooa volley of mas- V nllnml hr' n rri n it o),,nt Am n. side, seemed to. have decided the; tattle IrT our favor, for from that time, aHhough.2rjngTlen wss kept np at Intervals, "tbs'eecasaionlais, whipped-and cowed, . began Jieif retreat. which in about twenry'mmtrWBwreliacaae total rout f- and from the indications' along th road wbicn we Arterwaraur passed over, the Sight Appeared to -have been ' a " reiulr race from that Piiftt iack to their ictrenoti-- ments, to see who could get there CrsV aJia tb devil tact me ntonmosu. . THE ENEMY'S CANNON. HOW ZOLLICOFFER FELL. -a Th-most important eVeatoy tHa .'lair wa the death of ZollioofJer- OA Prf,i:6t th th Kentucky, charged up a hill by Aim- self BponAgreap'&r mounted oEcers," and fred At the one be conceived to ba-tb chief amons; taeap he -fired two BhclK both of them took effecr, ktid 2oTiicoffrriieof -thfr master spirits ef, the rebellion, fell .0?,. his horse 0aAiC0."-Pfyiwas,iucltlfy7TiiIh"nrf, but his hone wa shot throng fi' the body, the bullet entering only a few ich, batind th Colonel V leg. This mast have been a deadenerto all tb bopss tbiscssk)nista had for victory, a from- tots-mveri!- begun th retreatf -end So closely did errr forces posh upon them that . they were obliged yqt bthidtpf,rodw - - .Lui.jcU THE ENEMY'S CANNON. HOW ZOLLICOFFER FELL. THE CHANCE—THE NINTH OHIO AND TENTH INDIANA. McCook's gallant Dutohmea . osaa to topport Uw Itnth, forming on tteirrht, Abd wtttuhan;" ailrtiifi' ntrea"efjfpt p tbe woodapDvetaej raving r bp-the-tlilyj Th PpnrtA?nttl Ohio, whh, with, the -Ntnth,. bid fzmarctt aH igbtT gWi th"toi!ii. t-6ther within tw Saas tennesMevsmd thai tor ncra-uj mo-rnj-ni DI me roao. TBlfmkjJUgimejits, -Were 'coming Tre In danger I of being swflnukedand cu- : irom theirre troi f md' -t's battery - si: lu fall plan tfltn deaiiiy t on the tentre. Kin tiefatjd J; utie w ' advancing. tbere wa no help luf "It, the day was lost to the rebel", and they must retreat. They fields. Our deadly Minie balls told tearfully eet their ranks :; yet Vbe loss was "iiat all fiielri '""Many "of our brave fellow dropped. Col. Woltord's horse was shot under him, as be charged upon their centre. Bob McCoekjwAa-'wiouaded, and bil bone shot under blm. Bu a bullet through heflCLKOnld. hardly Up M m, np. Th enemy tbcuitelv i INDIANA. THE REBELS RETREAT. Oti hty wwnL'' Tk taemy Is drrven through th woods, where an hour and a half before they to nearly surrounded the Tenth, the heroes of Rioh Mountain. Ma ny regiments Are completely broken, and run for the forest , oa. the left. Wood' Alabama regiment breaks for a swamp, and soalter there.- It has a home look to them, And 1 A lafer place than th road or tbe DaldA . some regiments act together, and form is A field a , mile to th rear of their first position. But titandert s shells, thrown from the hill where the section was o nearly taken, begin to fall among them. Xhey sy . Again, , pursued by our viotorioua troops. - For the third and last time they form, only to bessAuared as b for. ; ; ; ; '.; ;.",:; ' ' ," . ,' INDIANA. THE REBELS RETREAT. WHAT A TENNESSEAN THINKS OF ZOLLICOFFER. I shall not attempt to deeeribe the bat tle-field, the dead, or the dying. In all bat tles somebody must be killed, and Home body must be wounded ; this wa no ex oeption to the general rule. I shall men tion only on pf the dead that one Zolii' coffer. Be lay by the aid of th road along which we all passed, and all had fair view of what was oaoe Zolllooffer. saw the lifelees body as it lay in a fence corner by tb side ef the road, bat ZilU coffer; himself is now in hell a fituns: Abode for all sueh Arch traitor I May all the other enter conspirator in this rebel lion soon share .ZjUiesffer's fate shot dead through the instrumentality of an avenging uoa tneir spirits sent eiraighu way to hen, and their lifeless kodies ley m A fence cornea, their faces) spattered with mud, aad umr garment divMed up, and even the hair of their " bead cut off and pulled out by an ufisympathiiing sol diery of a CMidasring Army,: battling for th right I , -voi.il v. . " ' i INDIANA. THE REBELS RETREAT. WHAT A TENNESSEAN THINKS OF ZOLLICOFFER. THE PURSUIT. . The march wa now steadily but cautious ly forward. ' Two 'bieces'of artillery were takeop one wa crippled in the woods ceau the battle ground, and the other wae found stuck in the mud About a mile in the rear, also two waeons with ammunition. Ro In eidebt Worth i mentioning occurred on th march, which was deliberately but Steadily forwBrdt wSfhTiba 'artillery p&t BP. Until final halt was made, about half past four. within. A mile of the breastworks-of tbe-fa mous fortifications rra the Cumberland, which bave been reported .impregnable. Her tbe artillery was again planted, and let tq work (helling lbs wonnerfnK fbrttocationst and eontinnous fire was kept bp tor nearly a hour. Every shea that wa thrown Could bear barit distinctly.,,; There was only ne cannon that Answered us from the bre?t wtrk,aiid batoasBoabded ibore JiKeB-pA-1 tato pop-gun (ban anything, ejse, I. oaa liken it to, and did us qo damage, so tnejnotnev. arru-hAd us. ' This one biece was onlv fired tiur times.. ,Ui?bt . closed, in and the firing ceased. ' .We all -'laid down, on tbe wet irrouud, is perfect aeonnty, to rest our weary limhe, the distancej we had ,00016, being over ten miles c-n tbe direct road, let alone tue bushaa andunderbsneav we wect Jtbrcugli; to say tothmg about two ortCfee dress parade of the 2d for somebody's anosemeuf, but not our own,' I can assure you. And then tbe nfttUB BUU uoua WMV .iuiij iu. "I'j ouit mud was plenty, as it had rained agood parti nf the fonmooik-' 'Oar nen liM down to rest witbaaL. JUiattfULio.-caciaoy Lff sab had eaten jto breaWast; Jui,.as .JJaot., Cross SAia jttefjiitt'fnp eonil fastj:days over aolliwffer'g jjcalp. W9S.J0 man at All;" and there was no grumbling, as there was necessity for it - t THE REBEL FORTIFICATIONS. 1 Sow . much work the" dsvila bave done here, aad how little H ha profited them t: J nave been wandering around aJ14er. seem and heariss; what I could. -. The Cumber land makes on side of the encampment ssfe, by an abrupt bank S50 feet high, I went down to the river bottom, to which there is a road on our side. -Here were all or nearly all of their wagons, some twelve or - fifteen hundred horses and mules; fearnera, "addles, sabres, guns;.in iao(, everyuung. xt wasi comDlete Stampede, and by far the most dis- astrous defeat the Southern Confederacv Has yet met witn. len pieces ot cannon, witn caissons, are also nere. To all appear aaces, they seem, to hay.- ompleteiy lost thetr-eenses,n8visg-only one obteot in' view, stdlbftt was Jo run . somewhere ami : hide themeivea.i'i' 11 e.c---n ?-:'i';;'V1'." To--Ourtnii1'Accustrjnie4 to' Hye' ia cold tents, tbe rebet-camp semed) alfaost-A para diee. 1 The most of tbe reginjenta - were far- nished with loir huts, worm, comfortable and bomS .ilke, ln 'the camuaasary department they were mnchr bettor .emptied- tbaa twa hare beeni No,5,'c4ier9,'? ,1$: jtood joorn, brcad and biscuit most In viUb-Coffpengar,' beef, fat hogs, rythiDgHpf Ae-besi'and plenty qr rt. . una poaiu nay oL.aai!ving but tho-Soutbem-araiy ir far,; trom. it,;; ;In clothing and Arms; ntir "tfp IhajeTtbAd van'acre over them,;" Theit guns were; man of themi flihtlok'mmkBti 'shot'euns and sqairrel rifiee.Bat few rifled' 'moakat were 'foBBUV-i " o- Hill tit SIWlW.'jSllo .1 HOW THE BATTLE IS ACCOUNTED FOR. J fa to0.'or S.! No,' Ho account ' tor Uia battlo iaki'Dg pi ace' At (r;ftdi'jIEheaCwi4i-ref-rgt-menta here, two being nbeneed; And, 2alii coffer; who was he presiding drU,'aUiigh. CritleadaulMid takan ihe-ccm aaaDd, thought the Ittth Indiana and Kinney1 battery yei iust two regiments by tiemselvea," and iaid not know that the were supported by. the bslasoaof b9,".-diviau, which -was Aet-'of Sight beaina OA Sooonut of the Ulnber d Jja conoeived the happy idea of rushing Qp-i their arms tb supply his owounarmed men. n ana capiufuij tutva tnu regimenia uget An h tank the available force hm hHL tack vrtlh -whatrreiultq h-T Ah-ay:beM ahown. adwi this nly-3i tvbve that. in ortter tc put this xebaLtuA-dowBrWe-mint do something. In this fiehi fourof ourTeffi- meuts whipped and oomplctelyxrouted Uie s-reat army vnavwastinaer zsuiooaar.JciHed viywe vrruenvi n Heard, of.sinoe ths battle. The prison ea W lisve taken, estimate our jowe 1 u,uuu; can 1 we pan. tKk themvuvttoe.ONftodsA&vlac':ndbecinntog. pTiBg Jbe-rteVdYli am know -il Slid aaahwHi TfajHeirmBn can nmi-xneininBi aon.nn, tney he induced to-nsht at all.ts by their leaders getting into the very front rank with .thenf .: FRUITS OF THE VICTORY. J ': Vt the yictorywa .conipiete. Thirteen casnon, more 1Mb a feoasand stand of arms, a thousand 1 cones, ammunition, baggage trains, commissary stores .of eyejy kind, tedts,-lotWBg,aiid--i8borti Everything- which the poor fellows trait Were left ug. , ill Copy Ul Uld uiui wi icucov watt .JUUUI fwAil' reotibff that tbe "STtoy should, jsove t four oclocis, SiMsUy.AoaieABeevorytUnf,--Thev-t did not even spike their guns. .. Illj1 'WEBU OH WBSaS, IS OIO. B. CBITTrmsW Qae'iojr'terx''tilt" remain. emmveleQ.- wk- unmt n- r..-,. " -Swasn" iT-.rJt battls tu be kiid not get back to, his cmp,4or the or-(i.-rj of retreat wis Si jpflly'PoL Cum misgvActtnr Jngadier: GeierAl, In eom- mand of the troops, a. t)K!.lll Ji Tuerd is A ttfange rumor loaiiAsr throueh thA uvjtTy and i8ur c)pfl 'f a i;at ofXff0I WS' WAia.'soir-os hif aneyj-and wito (wo rsgiinn)iu io jwu J iuu;H jffie w an ia tb wiwas this side of the rivejiiLdoB,t4l,iw bel leve anv aa will eveOo4l4i find Th myUticai-tebell'iVuC Itiare no "dooUtthat to ehiloe'iniwjeritDtof riIwWilOaoWTi wjii, long rune, ut &jpwi w goutioA at qigosjuw u-'ii wweas in :aytittie, am IfinH the7 wilf grow; tiiiiii' tfcs fiitd- Mao, which they will in turn transmit to their a-, tcendants, that somewhere upon the hills, on fbt CnmtwrlsBd or Among the wild ellfa Of Fit Ins creek, wander a lost Msjor-Ueneral Ith a sir or d t'O feetlongand eyes like balls of fit, Ao4 Willi blm two thousand glganti) lenqneseeans who live on babies and apple- lack.'drink Jeff. Davis' health from gourds fun or clooa; And TrasjTJixie'Ifl xceire top all night long in th full of th moon. L-Haw From the 7th Regiment. From the correspondence ef th Painesrill Telegraph, we learn, that th force at ttfTr tons' Creek (where' th' Tth Regimni has baaa stationed sino Its avMuatiaA f Hon- I ney,) is divided, into, three- -brigades, com manded by Colonel of the highest rank, who act as Brigadier-Generals, Pol Tyler be ing one of the three. Th band of the Se entb has been sent borne on furlough, From th tans corraspondenc ws tale the following account of tb affair at Ballon' Gap on (hi tth of Janafo-y, th Seventh' W ing under command of Msj, Casement: "At 3 o'clock, climbing a steep hill, we came In run view or tne rebel position. Be fore us was A tuiavAted, valley,' bounded on tbe East by a range of mountains, in which there was a narrow d61s with' precipitous sides. This was the famous Ballon' Gap, .of wtiiaii,w t&a neara so mnctt-A stronghold of the rebels, whose cannon commanded the pass, and to prevent as enemy from gaining their rear, they had erected strong breast works on the mountains which bounded .the pass. On The bill Where We halted, two Of our cannon were planted, and In the valley below was tbe vest 01 ffi battery, n the pieces were unntubered and ready for action. Th 5th Uhio had lb advance and was al ready in the valley below. We closed up our ranks and oapptad ou piscea. cOur Major said: "NoW, boys, I'll gird you fifteen mln utes to whin those fellows." "We'll do It! shouted the men. "where are. theyT "t 11 soon show tbem to' you forward, double quick, march!" ' Tired as we were, we ran nearly a mile down s long hill, and over covered bridge to tb mouth of tbe Gap, our steps quickened by tbe rattling discharges ot musketry, for tbe battle had 'already begun; The federal skirmisher climbed the Bteep mountains on either side of the pass, drove the rebels from ' their1 breastworks and fired down into the defile, while the main body .of infantry attacked b' frocC' Th fight was of short duration, for the enemy, surprised and disconcerted by the suddenness of tbs Attack, left their position and ran in every direction. The order , was then given for our, cavslry, which was 'in the rear, to charge, and w opened rank in th road to let tbem pass. They swept by ns like a whirlwind, every soldier holding hi carbine in hi band and Ihoutinc at the top of his voice. The shout was taken up by the infantry, and such cheer And yells I never beard before. Tbey seemed to shake the very bills, and muit have car ried terror to the hearts of the frightened apd. flying rebels The rout was o general and the victory, fcosnpletV BBoeab. taking to the woods and leaving behind tbem all their artillery, tents, and cam p equipage, and great number of small arms, thrown away in their flight" . ;: , ,, Affairs in Lake County. Eos. Lsadsb 4 jadga from the reports that, reach, me from, these town that the Diptfaeriais the most prevalent isi.Willougk by and Kirtland of any in the conuty,at pres ent Next to these is Perry.'. In the two fbrmer it would seem that tbe presence of this direful disorder is but the evidence of a destructive malaria constantly overhang ing or enveloping them. There the- adult and youth are alike subject to its attacks. I I hear much said about potatoes; rotting in cellars. . I think that the qoantity of tbee substantial esculent in tbe country will be greatly reduced by spring from the rot ; In Madison, the great potato- growing And trafflcing town, the price bat come np for the best varieties tb , 34 cents per. j On Wednesday the body of Andrew Ben ton was' returned to 1 MadisoiJ M was au tached to Kinney's Battery, which it is supposed was in ""Ith Bomtreet jBght : He died of measles, I am told. lie was the only son of a widow lady t who depended : upon him solely for her support .u was a young man Who was greatly respected. The acxrulsitldn' of a little money by a well followed vocatien tea most excellent enliven- er of the spirits; i find this iq be tra ia tbe esse of thLakeinieA-this-wiAur"Tbe' ex uberance of. their t gleeful feeling found A safe 'expansion''- at -'WhHney'i -Hotel, in Mentor, one evening last week. Then and there tbe."Sbip.Master't Dance"' transpired. I suppose they bad a goodly: lime. ; Mr. E. B. WilcoXriong; A residenLof JVir port, out of tbe profits of this season' busi ness on tbe Lake,' has purchased five village lots here, in a body, for, I beJiavej $ ,&O0 And upon .them' ha, istltdsj to trectl a. fine resil deice tbe coming summer. Some other t Hc3 of lots bare taken place lately. Mr; Joseph Curtis recently bought A tnelyTlo- cated lot in a very pies aaiit part ot "town, fori f 300, and I am told that be will also erect a dwelling- the; commg aBor.i , Jfr- sx, 8miCh," 'has"' also "purchased" a Tot with the mteniipn of building I balievei ; 80 you see we are not a dead town ytt ., Tbeyoung tela .hav roused, up lor a gay aeassit to-morrow, rtMay taaiBg At th Par'mly House. Preparations are. being made tor it, and I-dafe there will be "a trip ping of .the. fantastic. toe." Ih Pnblio suAtiment is ctetrly put of patienoe with th slowness ot war operations.' .-IM Universal feeling is for vigorous And drive ahead! movements. ' They say, use the negroes. or airy 'body-else wttn w.heffl heavy And tell ing blowfeaa .b) deIt against-tb irtbals. Appreheneioaa-of dificulty-or' ebmpfieAHon 'with designing European nations, keeps-, th Painesville. Jan. 23, '62. OCCASIONAL. Senator Wade and his Labors. General. McGleflan, General JiaUflJ, 1 ID,r, PT P?, wnioi wito-tus 1 The Wasbiagton-Sanday ObroBlele1 pays this tribute to the labors jof. 'Senator Wade: ' The pubiia are looking forward with much interest to tbe. report ot ttejotnt committee on tbe conduct ot tbe war, of which the Hon. Benjamin F. Wade. Senator from, Ohio, is chairman. We do aot expect ,ay startling disclosures, or rich developments, but a sim ple ansnccin& history of the War worn the PatteTsenf, and numerous other officers 01 nign ran a nave been exam-' ined. Tbe defeat at Manasaa the matSAcre At Ball's Bluff, the death of i.joo, And many other mysterious military proceedings will be explained, and tbe country will know who is to blame. , There are-many-advantages in such a oommittee-ItAbowa-tAar the just scpremacyot tne ctvti power over toe mili tary is maintained, and it prevents ous-af my ffom becoming what many "have dteaded-- A dose corporation, end -eventually an aeent ln this connection we chotbut'ailnde to the labois of.Stnalor.Wade,- BAtfahairsBaA, Lftnd b? colleagues VU tb oopumteji,, li WM immediately organisedv and its tabors prose cuted with amaxing-. nromjilitsd. TTh .SeiS Stor from Ohio bad been detained from his pur '"" 1 8en.tN to mtpArtotoadtheaoln the committee,' and it sessions hav been almost constantly, held, the. members- -BteeU ing from day to day, and seeking hh tlmsior' selajiitibn, ; or Ccjpgresgional ntVj Aglfes opj jMi?! "JoDJtiaAitao; 'wrltes'to tAAChsaan- so j man mat oaring us MHietsw-se hfii ind)frjDilimilkioiaaty-tfarM Jnian that during- tbe pt eeaeea he mads ) fr la Aiil i oi . t Asa ty-tfarM other produst ef the dairy.- handaomAum totai-of-Sl.SWUfl 0 WfUtAOsAe! tTr awwentr.elirlit' commlssioTied offloAM lar" tbs WArsIno ApriH5;i80i: I Items. Vanity Fair says the last British per formance Is th " Amerioaa Cuasin." t Why do1 our soldiers need no barbers? BeoAuss they aro rsgularly shaved by th Government contractors. Yf rk Is , a wUy ears oityi but Charlesloa is An all fired on. LouitvilU JmvnaL. -l-iiilt why shouldn't you sell anything to A man in bed ? Because a cash business is best, and it is evident that he would be uyinfoAtlck.;-! I ' M I H i Mis LuoyCupps, living in B . Illl- Asia, seeeatly twr-Wrth ' to lliw "l looking mala pbildren,., That's having th As cups with a vengeance, says th Spring field Republican.., . . ,,,.. A fire engineer f San Franoisoo. ia or der to secure a rs-election, Atteaded forty. on put of orty.thrt firemea's balls,' aad oanoea nimseu into omce. i ,i: i ssstty girl Asjdhrr brw hmrw naving a tun h i. et 'jon it, a nan in quired llf . JUias was lai be let with th premises 7" ' No, sir ee," responded Miss rert j I am to' b let alotu." ' ' ' t Jeff, Davis , gel but two thousand dol lar a year, and it doesn't support him, When last heard of, his shoe wet dowa at the heel and out At the tees, aad h was looking vary 1 seedy." , i ' t i 11 A letter front Poolesvllle' savs thai Ih Potomac i frozen, and that th pickets 01 the two armies ar skating amicably, th prActiea of shooting piokeis brrlng been, by eoamoA oonsent, Abandoned. The Emperor of Austria was so coldly received in Venioe that, ,oa deaving tb city, he said to a friend t " These Venetian hog will -Boon bitterly repent the disre spect they bave shown towards me." 1 I 1 NEW ADVERTISEHEHTS. QLKVELAND SKA TOG FAB K Tfcta Park, wbtek wit"b eynsd tit vlftton oa doS'UJ l,iti-tii. mi, hui an f abo-it (ntTKM. tu IwtatM on Ontral Tract, nmr the tO"t (if Uhio flltMt, - -Th mftln tnnmuh fhTta w'll b vt8f nfc ttret and th 8rtc. atreet ul PontooA llidKt aid h - trio's ' at ta puiuuu 01 wum r mum ecoor-a lhn. ;-i-..n IOLIS AHD BI?TJLTIO9. " 1. Ths exmtrn bf the Park wlU ba to th handa of tha Prosrietor- and Siiixt nundrnt, and ti Efn4lannn of the dtv, mttlf ba4a of famtllee and ildra of fcra lv tlrk'a, who w II iforo ohael- na to rasalatlona aai jtrMervs strict or.ar aad doomai. - , , 1 te.w ofall klaoV will he vshlb"td. wtcevt whr vrrvnr provlRlon- a? marie tor ibeai. alfr lelgha. roaaa mr ml will b alluwrd tm lha loa. uku lonnmH vj iue Faannt(sa-nt. - t. Anv ta-con who wifqlu cr-atM di-tvrbaoca In tha Para, ar la aav wy ooixlacw hlma-lf la manner QoeoomtD, a a- nMemaa, will b expelled lorinwus. uia rrttpr-m'xK aeer nm the rtgbt to re mm' to all and) sesam e tbelr ealMcriptwn Booey, aro rata ana o-n thlr ctcketa. i. Ututlofi Dddl'cctlno' front the 8neriata ent and P,rk-ke a-ra ahoala ia ail oaaea baimaa- diatelr complied wlh. ,i--r: , S. Tickeii not 'rnm'arsble. AU yenooa riU be rieiutied tnehow f if tfrk'ta fn Older to gala d mUtaDe te Jlia f.ck. II ticaeea are transferred luey win n vitvwu 'i ' t " : . , S PrtfM o4 lk-t.. eHW Iw. W r,mn. Tiekete will be la'aed to gen tie-" en atSlOeach Sot the winter; -ocim win, ig the tlctete will be a eoeea to eaca im'iviuual m-mber of the obn-ri- ber fmiir, (erT.iit aixeptwi 1, wh will bead m'tted at all tiinre when the Park ra oeeru Oectlet men holding ramllr Ttokst will alee hT t. prmiege et introdocing to Uie Perk, tree of charge. anv w-renn. nun. rralitHnt at thm nitM , ic Wiu, . . pxelallr ooderatood. that any eeraou Intmdoclnga Timorwiu oa reapenaibie iox aia or oez aepartmaia ui tne r,ra, , , 1 vewn ttcketa WU be a foUo'a : Ticket, admitting i-errileaan mat f-00 ' " OenUeaaa. -- I s I " ,,-', Bora artder 12 Tears of age 1 no ' " " Uirla ' " 100 Sins' admlafloo. for rkaera ...m - la Senciatore will he adaittaed bat, not. allowed to akaie 10 -eete. ' '- - -- a Gee-1 am holdlne Beaaon Tfckstr wTlf WalH uwa to introanoe Bon-reiaenta of the dty npoa pay iog a oaota toe ch admtiil -n of tbe person ao iniro iaceu ; rae partr nee log me fntrodocrlon for the de&orune&t of the partr being ro&Brltl ir-trodawad. 9. Ko kit'n.r raBnnat-. When tb foA la Ut froi 0Ds.iitIa s fltvt will b miBtTMi t tus rAAiiav i ar. All tickAlJlAr. SaUld nhAetf'k XA tnM ewtamsssi smmIa. f odi tmi ob otbp- !! th Proprietor Usar 60m time to time, efit to awflovta - T1ckft4)cao be nrorreH pf q, tioton, BnferfsW ipouaoi, tv. iq racy o me rwric, lfom S .O Clocclai ' ' " & TWBX,Pirfeto. ; ACAliMx OF MUSIC V Mr. D. wr.BB Mr, J, BENTLtl Mr. VU. BeDELb. . Lreeee and Katmer.r actmg ana stage nanaver. Jtr., A, iVl.ilai.UW .Treaanrer. a.aUnector oi uichMtr ; .; THE , IV EBB SISTERS, Mobbs Ekx An;JU,' alas. 0. U. WBBB. SATPBDAT-jAW.i'25,1 -1862 jrriUX 11 PEHfnHMlMW ,-r. - 7. . r ' . " .l 1 Ju i BJS AUT Y AND-THE BbA8T. Vla AdtWebli aa.. ..Bean'v. .uie.aal.ada. laakmaaa weboae Uia. V. B. Webb aa Starry goid".' ; ''-'rnwriro PinroaMAnot ; i BEAUTY. AND THE BEAST,; Pievtoav to WAlr-H ". '.'. ,': ""' ' '-Z COMEOVrAND TBAQEDY. . ,t BmaXm4anBir.....r.....Mil Emma Webb. Doora op-n In the atUrnooa at 2 4'ct-ct; parfona. ACatiTIAUCS.. .JL3 OTtStO, III mHiTB BrnRaCtlt)! Grmnd Kstdn;ftl Drmmt ! THE PATRIOT'S DREAM. - aiaT.W u bat-rrvia n . S oevtar t' peei OrrchrM oerroj; "Prrrau Boxes, IS Oo ana ae.oiaaca; ktauert, u xenta. aeeervM aeetaotl DH.,.-r-i.:: a. ,t j : v t et : warn- uoora oaell at f o'elncki aa ooeamence a-ale.t o'alook. Box' moaojentioat W t-a A. M., aad nLERK WANTKR A JIQUXalll6 vV m-o ceptUe f lakiof oharga of oor Shipptag n:37 ' OfrBTJASi'MoMlitilK rO. . TV f ERCH ANT ; TAItOR, Tl'AvRb'Wif'.' a Lata with W. P. HANCOCK, wocM- ee pleaaad So aee uie in.oaa, ana toe pllunwienW at , 3 oAHa-elRSAT. tHOALt COAL r COAL I - fob Iab Br4aTcviri(uTroa ei"si 00LTJBBIANKA HTBlP VlIN, .. '- : i . . i ' t ' KMiTHiNoandSTBASr rmst.a . - . 1 M. I I I . . M I R .PFVI - A'aa Af.TH 4CT OOaL areaared exareaalr for axtnliy nee . aEg,Ordera aaat tHningh the Poit 09.-4, Boa U2S. win rsceleo prwnpt attention. : eaa. Office aai Vard at tuUld etreet B B. Crneg rar, alao Bic -ei. r. at.. K. Uoal Pier, U,Ta, . jan2&7n ALLS JOKH. OT1CE TCTCOWTB ACTOR'',. PrOfO" will be rereteed et tbeeoVeor the 10ik. 1862. fjt DUldtna a brlca eewir ia Erie um.l Olvil aoatner nntil ffeVlock M I.bmir oonme clng at xuclld etreet aad exteadlrg to Aleo to eni d a atoaewaTeeff-e-wei In Bo-k well atreet, exleixunc lioaa tae J'aolKvSijaere to taa ua'B aewer in-a.tewtreet 1-laaeaad- aeelwoeia lei 1 11 aaaarag partic jier iiinirniiuon bMi.etMM aegioeer a vmoa oo and afar tnM day rf K kraare. " ". t ? The Hua a ef ntr (atprecantafsfirartiesnb mjealon of b r, TtrTIlK-TJ- n4lif to accept oa Byarde-cttrBoardl '": Z L. i'-J'i I Si '! jvnn 1 1 a L,a w , u.ty uitu leartMag.' CWvrlaad, Jan St. I3J'4 -. !a.J -Ij to. .St :e i lilt i - i Ve .CS Snrent keen No. S6 SiNo.6ntBj.T iir Hex doag to Bra. P (rfj1TV, yptV "PreleaMd(!nee1nlBall1ea braaeae. Plaaea sail and oxejniae-AiiaLhed roode til i Lee lore, ' . Jteferaaoea Maaara, laattbacg A Beeueiena, Varev lor. QrteweldA tku and ether- Mereaame.-- - -eerl TiojiE again. fj. s. wixuak JLL Bteam lyer anAShaWK laatieiv pageeeava atmoanoe to hie frlenda auo. lee anMie. loal he a home again, and located at Ss bfc l ieir l&Yel, Cleva lead. O.. where neeeennedea a 1 ( ifutlfli '-! hebeaaoadaaTrevea-rTeenae, and Sf K, nimaairtaaa ny-etr-ey ewentten to pnwneea tny WUljbaeWilaao reewta akataaramraan-tippru: orhleb tor ao aaaav yaara eroweed hla eadeaorm. W'"ieT 1 ,,j.,J...-, It, - - - -- - ew.v ' a -a"' ' I l nritm 1 rnh lun i.'itirr- 1 ntiJJ-awaaawAasiiaa TjeYoVerJd' J Botvrri ii t .t is. zj hat-jisi-s?'b ja. A jl-may -i COMMERCIAL. Ptv,4nt-l L w 'ATI Utlit. ' . Tie tsm lr-A. ,.km.inHic-it. sVroa. Biaaoroas. B. Clark, A.Qnlo, H. S. Durlg, B. BrowtijlLHj aarmsia. J.O. Humv, B. W. bttv, . S. Brott. CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET. MOB1INO LIADBB 0Tri(7,l s. . , jAtrjaOA,! iloaauio, Jao. 3S, left!. J tl4vM-J ameket veeterdiv waa dull and anchanred. Bala of 100 bbla doable extra, front wall wliast was stf. WBBAT-aUtketatead and. aotat. Aaie oa car wllta ftr itdre at, fa's)-, I oari OA track St 9 ; 1 car led fro at storeatwanl lrar dooa track at MXo. TUKilerAet ejat ao4 inacdta.' 'i iles'sr t Sat' at sc. and I oar at tea, botb oa tratk. OAXH-Qul-jt. at JBona track,, ,.,x' D1E.HS PORK Market firm with a fair demaad 8ala f 109 bb'a at flu.!.'! lilt URD-SteadrateXere. Salea of so bbli at 7o. wwoisiiTi .r 7;--f)'I .'!!' BTJTTEB.-DU1 aad Inactive. Small sales of roUatlOKane, , ., CHKK8K Tlrm at Diaso for commoo to choice w.b. :::) 1 i DRES8ED HOGS-fiteadv and la fair d mand atW-Twtk aJdklIratfcrlce.'' A'A'i CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET. NEW YORK MARKET—Jan. 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Market anoted eeh.de wlthyw.lv moderate, boaiBval tirexairf an auuii-coriiiji tioa.' Aaract cioilng tjd Jhe aalea of extra atat-werechirflv at R V"-1 if1-' Halea ll.eiw at t5,tu;ati.f tot iiperflne aufaK Aj.Tsa ,r ' wrwB.nvwAM, en,oviaa,o-i tot anpernne weeterni e--Muie-- w lor coairoeo to Bnedlom extra- weatnni u.tJinu m iftar areaa em nmnd hoop Uhio; 6 15te.7 tor trade branda AXAI'A KI4IIH.-Trt.rk.t a .h.,1. M.her Ralee 809 bbla et ..lje6uler anperuiaei s.autf,7S MJI WU1UIUU IU 1 H VSt PMfUetalarial atealj with email aalea at I3.sc4.2a . . , KIK.N WaUfly-SVarket TMn afeedr . f,al 150 bkla Brandvwloeat Siiio.end M en'eo-eat Sn7 HI'iKV Market rulea In favor ef pnjtera.-; flalft dAO bblat Ur, imatl ta cela a' 'iXo. wtte.aw' ataraei nusieniie rtntn. wUh-aaee. rete export deniard, with..oaly liwd aur-pl uflee. Inl Balta 12 D baah Chl"ao erlnit a' l jil.Xl: eetuDvaa.mMvaauu-eiKaaai 34i iTsmtHieh am her iot 1 35; 17,50 bus Ih' rd wifB at $1 43tl,; S.WOboab amner Blrh'tan at 11 45. . IS a1 ajr-Heevoa ea with a sond exeort d -m-end tha market mine dun. lie ll.uuD tub at MtrM. AR' a!V eara and tlrm Salet 4,700 buth atate at 834c: S.0O0 neh California t 70c - Marken-nla Arm wnb aelitht aaward teaVeoor; etlw el 00iifh at e55HC for mixed weetern la etoee; ee ee aa. at,- awMa aeaHe all at 66c afl'et; fJdrfo- pichJb cot ia wry good order. OAT-alaraetdafi-wtthamall tatea at 40iUc lor Jereev. CaBeda.-waetern and ataaa... ' - PORK Market qnlet And aleadr. Salea 380 bbla at ii.79eaiz,MMor mi si 7,50 13.62S tor weeter and CUT prime meee; As.8K.wlo-,artaa. .- BEHf Market ralea gni-t and tlrm. Bale 1SL bale at 4.0i(4,r. for ewntrr prime: ,nrSi,sn for ooaatrv meaai tWM&UJt) let teaarkad meee; 0,76 aau (10 fr eT vm I "B mseua Trr8WHarket rnlet.' Jndla rueeea very nrm. sal a tlen-e at 930 .. i ..' " UaJIb-Market guiet ao4 ateadr S14.2MU4.0T. :0 . - - - .J,t n aVt.Warket eweher aera aetiea-vt pr1A irlffhtie fh favorof bayers fttloe 600 ptu.kag ttmaiittnr aoetie)erai aertieiDv nm -; 8A4JUKI nidee In tx-tter demand at rather ta'tef r'cea Matea 40ii boxeaa 0(aCcfo- w-airh ko ribaed-aad 10M rlea- mtddlen 77t for rity long anainorxoo; c lor.cny aot nno-a raid vra.--' 'i, I DBRteMKIt MIW- Market .lightly favor bny aja. saleeat S4 me-wefrriK.e SC enfetter J - l.K Market oeend and-eWed llime..wSh more doing, tlal-a 1,560 bble at sHc , . ' t'VWB,7-fialiln . at-lla'ee tor OUoj-aad pp: 11c iur seeie. ,. . .rt.--, --.-c Ya.,u i . j CiiBESB-ilarkat'dan'at' S.SSTb,' " ' . j-- -1 ; 1 1 ' - CHICAGO 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] WI'T'R Sfarket onlet and ateadr. WftKAT-Baricet etrrjiKvil STtlc Vtrh eood de mand fir apecotetiosi'ta to eeo J -S7iee- far Jiq 2 in itore.r .--..--' 1 - y i w!Tilarkerinnrrir-aDxiadVanCMVc. " IMEI P"B,e Market BmaaduoehaMed - ! rjUKwaP.U. Hat.-Alaikot mo Iowm. ,teJflS gl merf w , I.lVK MOO WrkeaaalatatS32AE.sn ! K K:KIPTi-.2uii bbli n- ur, 17 km huati wheat; tt.OHO bna corn: S.lotlllve b6ge7-6-.r,0rreea?d. - iXCHAf4TV ew;iiuijj..JUj at H pee- sua 14 e , .. . j I -"" iJ [BY TELEGRAPH.] N. Y. STOCK MARKET.—Jan 24. [BY TELEGRAPH.] i tJElcvsrfntr"atTjr'teit, oa eTKRI.INO arKRHawnia-Qiefeaadi SMS. actlrc; tH0rtT3 for frtt baaJte-ra Irils. . . WTIBDK" tLatket.Srm laiih'.-wvore Tjlullieel. Chicago 4 UnrX 'aland Ml MHwaok eA Prairklda Chrrn wt J; f hrrelend" Tolt-d'o 36. am-rico (iold Hot: aKnaA VhiaaeUdla: jOMcu-av Korthrweet- ero let bcula .41); alichiKen aoaitiera kuanMiteed ,7 Ta-cujfTj- a or, ipinuii inmui vs. jniCLilcli Douttiatn ctroM ivrniti'-xtee we-M Oertrel 44 Si. B.ie 3T, i'.ri- nrrlerred Ce'ew, t arl9on-96'PciflT-MaTr:-Mlt-dri 4' 2H 'eiiry.7lif-: UttitedmeneAe 'l egleTed ; aorib CoUaa 6 LS:; AewJer oeiuraj ao-r Bakk St- , CliTi lasd, .0 -V, PrEKOXVPTeee elenal Ttrner. f vti-'-. Flea enca taaed aad re, lit I -I Ho. 6 1C0ULI" 8TB tT, will be pronratfy art'nded ordure rert at i: to. taecia: m., y. riKUCK. MILK DEPOT. FDlRE jaikCi'.OR BALK. Tb inbeoriber hvf e, iepot at tbe- Boris,- et end proJnctxl eB ate (arm. where PCBBaoASiaa Milk ot rnei-fret rent. Dear ffnrr. J tneia'eiiftfce Mil be had foriouta etqart In Winter, -vt ce in auatmer: eni-wiirer ifirr p"eni ir- to any - ne wtanlag tataka4 at Uwirr geinratra. AirdeM ouy oe aeot wroaga toe treat. uo.O' to . . - iaoU-37 ,;: irrjos' M P1t;atn.ri-airvet. COAL OIL" AN D UnPS.': U.UUU. U1U 8AAKSIS eeaeeed. Htar-which we wi ii iae maaaat marg-a (r -e. ;j : Jantt Lr frgr'j irat e,e mn ihlWorka. HEAUQUARTEKS FOU i,m :i:.i ajj iuiiMia. l-i-'- XAJAND-FIXtUBESTf I a.j.3 .... : ' aeie. e am: n. .i ... -'t - A UBI 11 UUOU1 tUO irTUOBA mu 100 -mttw wXWielrvA tiilaiid Lunp btablUbeA-ttt te-lhiitett StAtee LbkITiD mtocit mf (svtvrv tMrlAti ri ir (mi in tttulttr Ani. aWt chtTJ Tbe Mi e ifotxls can be narciUMtl in sV of i to iewater ativ, :-J Bwrjcwf rj txftxx. 1 oX Oil it eeJrVrsxi to. )ocrli sk, mna ii KmnerniiDe les-tt ttxpioiire orouietviM to.Mf&ot, t li jecte K - DMler-ieu riy upon gev tiiur t vArtfcl exucielB erj iswWfiaUiO ti'..j -- no. jotts? uufcre oraere u -, . t : isaJO i1.ot.-i jj A.BAHllfl,-'1 OCI0aaW377, ..r-f - Vhrsi&i, ih ..a a I i y;WHtrfc8 A1B HVjf .',"i - ' , it. ..fa-, o. w -m.tBV '.-, LAMfS.1 LAMFaH LAMPal h. I ara -rearlrtlile day: a 4oe ie-eortment of and ea'teroe. which I after for.ala at wholeaautoei. ty. at rl'a arncb bfKw rhe Bgaiea "of any other dialer keravor in Hew.-iorav.j j-. - .--i s- JacoeryTlobJ. . . - . , S. BBRIX- EENZULEi bbla wea Doodor: W hLt HAVK S00 llfStl BiKjlalA- SaaiAaai t9 Tap. fiUaVnCM W I" rf n WO IJU"t ... i t-jlf, ii. WXU Jlec7 - oflh.Gr. WC7 ot thM,rt W-jrt t Worfce. AJ: OIL." " - W. 0. SCrlELD A (JO , . rroeerty ot Great Weet. l oel OH torka. tOMIlIISSION l'OO barrela P'.ue Fall, lioa- ee do '.ei-jj'ii. a on eacn 1JUIU each) Jafey Bo V j sla tarry (With 1144s encIueeT.) 200 barrel trr a1e rre- R. T. LT 'W. VArWl J BtJsW-l;L R Y jS,' yVM b S6V la Aaiiejs i'i ZCu'A Jaatwl-W'"- . -WV-fevvrw1 e-.-er.w- tad .6-1 ja.siria e-g: "" .. - au aarwia at. . illtl r... n i . - by 1, au ouie cooioe vranoeriea In More and k CALDWSL1, 4 SIMMONS, !-,- r-:-.-4SCaJ.a dedllw 1 ci,i,i nm u,,iid - a'4 an aniTtr KSEtirOUBiVCtttfAtJS -iff '" :4lat. LABKi-t4limia t-nrtl etreex. LOUR! -FLOTJRiJHJrTi?: afeoat iVfAtJloaaaaAe Atlla-eeir grrnrnd, keSatl Of Ik. xll kOABB AA. ,roiaal,.a IV . r 1 innu nniii a u r a- u Yi a. tT r Li ; i ri. omd. ttmt.aimilT&Zzi t . .. 71 aWe. wi . i . JVT. JW :Wkf HP NHA0A. Slaton.andotharweUkaownTti oTAkvaa SsmMAbU A aaie by - Jl H V S H 'da Ct.4-Kt,04irrrR e-nrt ca, vreea. f"-? ! '" M and-tor aaie at aiaraet f -m ui OLABX. SABDHBA A CO. J aj m a A. Lean. rUOBA". bu JToirenhani-ad arloeaby decu -Toralga f""SF TEiiTS. rEPHAW i, B i Z AAR I a A Baaaar for the heneflft e lha riL.i.. Orphan aailaoi will biopened in the AtaanerjinLeB Tujti)ATEvisiHa, Jab. 23,1S62 ; AsleoatlDoa fosTcvea Payav,, ,. k The BiTl wm d" -ylen'ldiy rteerated 'and av- ranee w th B o.he, expoalss or aalt taa Jebrlea aad W'aa ot all Aatkwe. aaWBeetanioent Tai I-e wfll beaereeif . where era- teeae cai laoh ou' old steate Vreiera. atae of tee, and t he lighter lgxa4,4rom '0-. B tao 1 P. oaring laeeoaiiauaDoaoi taa aaaaar. 9 A dlflaraai Progjamme will be offered on rack aWTha Temperance Band e klsdlr volnntew- ad lawtr aw tat the ooeaa owi and wltl. wit ma ratt actline. aukt the ttrfhu'a B-aaar the aioat oaaimirg entwrtaioiaeBt of taj. aeaaoo. ... MeaeooT.ckaieMoeBta. Slngla Tlcketi x eeets. - - ' .- Jan a 377 CLEVELAND LIBRARY f! ' A a B V VIA T I Q M . 1 J : ; ., -.: , tt ,' ' o il r.. ""' i .- :, LECTURES FDlsKEl-r:" f Je'lt te 1 1 Tha Lecture Committee hav the pleaanra of an eaBctns the followfog Uat ofljactarara, all of hots hava Aaflaitatr aoeeyted taa invttatloa ax leaded te Jan. I7B. . WH1PPXB, a:. of Boatoa. Htm. SAVTBti B. BICKIHBOB, ef law goaa. araoiaai tae tie tea - ' ' rab. Poet. J. J. HATIB, th Aretla Jbrpiscac. Bana lS-Baa. B. B.HAPm. BU ,M Baw Tarfci Atari n addlt'aa to the aenvev hteltaakiaw haeebeea anot to Bon H, J. Earmoad, of Mew iork, hv Dooa. Bellowa, Pree t of tbe Baliltary noeiai eeloa, iaa. adward Bvereta. a W.UiUfc Ceo- aad eta dlatlpgcilihed lctarera, the rftnlt of which. tocetoer witn ut time ana peace oi eara ueonxz ii eiv.fr annrB 1 , .... , . w. r. ruo'. I -" -ir.. i,.l ii-,'- I, H.V4HAPtW1'""' ''' , ; ; ALiCTAAatalBABD,. 7 etnr- fVmm'ttie. RECRUITS VAHTEDe riOLONEL BARWETT'a . (A . BAB tesBB SI , .. -M ;BB. ) .f : I A K I ILL tKI a A taw mora good mea will be aoeeptea to 111 as tbi 1st Ecgimcn. List. Mmitrji .t-t. Jtl : . i tl .. i, J. , o f ..: .?! f.'.'.rr.hi i mI -nil 0. Yd, IUt weiBisttl 0Bpt)ew44 kLcu-. '..ii.'.o'T td -tt ::i'v.-u t;-.:' -yd r.oir- - 12 SIX GUN BATTERIES, 158 me? eerb, maarlof Ttmrff ntneferyil fetre4rwf TBen HHa Hint te largest wmnt.iataliti Any oue deelrou if dratciiig 4 mma oa toewewj or any oiuer man, ' WI T II :A :B I Q Qr UH caa t gratlBed bv enllaeipg wtth tha tiara1(rnd, acme Balance ev to keaimeetenu aaoee tow the enemj a domlruoea very eoon. ; ....,, . i BecrrjHiOgj Offloe n pitWviipr.ltzwAts t7 BiW- ingi, oppoeite eietoaeoa Aieti. jAnrB TN FOR. THE SIQRT. s-.. 5?llllXeiei:t,0Terii6r,iGaard Torthe52d B eg! men t bow l (unJSwHi Bfovided with ererythjog the: eoiajer wanta. lor tt i comfort : Aral, 43nfnrma for - Saaxaeer-' aaMi . n w i r,iu, .nu uia J .1 J imviiiw wu,, liatad-BM 4 aaw-witA ttria rrg-imea, te Air tow war. , j.--,'.' . i,:"3 a ww mora good mea wanted tor tarn ttaa aai Pat and Rations If Gob MicWrnf at : - Trwi rt? Kirr.rsTMiirr Oomfortakle tinwnera aea-Bw--oted fA-eSam loratl. the ttogtmewa ; ia real B'liaa apt oaeea iotnlntfrnav be aa.nred OI -ajr and kind treatment Good aad-eteady ase--oaly will-be -vkea.- aad aaeA eoiy are ineltea. . Jkecn aiao aatnauee ia. ! CLVK H0MDaS ,DsXUAB3 BOPNTX; Pay from SUtoSUier moath. iiow 1 the taa ' SThi aeracria wlillnkto BecrnJt fcr thd Kcgt meat, wfll Sad ft-tothetr-alewntega to ad drew ma imawplateai.BX-jeWlw.aTOBXDUU . raaHSBH-"-'--'-- '" Bern n i una GROCERIES JaPHOVlSlO.'iS; CL. iL- 0 a, .is .jfcffiL-ikiia:.i ; fof.a'CAB -BB HAB- A-BBTAIbV s- ;,hw-ewaeat BPrliMibf fhrmdteVtowi.' c The th-e-t 'filfrSA tor the moai y ta toav -f ae rnepeat i aas i,,r the money la towa. There row wil Ao the beat CiBJJOa OiLfStnuf masaav. i.-c i.- , u ei...i J. i .. . ' Ml H IBr-'T WS CSfiW f I A ftAXiOH, i. -aw-3ustBrtaaeiaa1:i .asJaiA .iLiio: 163-. OBTjaBI.filBXBT.Javcl63 TfttD FBIT-i-RAFFBXSBTI3 Blunt Ian i lee, Prame reath -eed Acrleaat-' J. '-fincCaaeortoKiyeerlPery, - --ill'ta1aeerert - pfA 1 Of L-WAltRATgD WA.'rHtATBHT; fnEi'3,Afi.Da .'Art KA-Mi,T t- at i-, up. Y 8 h- d M.ixeyni. at. ... W.Af.ll Jt?e-ah :: A.2J ;HLAUT 'CUS i4j Blil.Ki W B BAT Plggr, at W AHIH A kVajja1. hiAleT.WATitlw HERSlf8-JAT TlexAAifx-A StVAWd' 3e- W -e 'HTtl AT ITS S - VP BRAO-BKlt T AT . .ihatloa 'Ua.e- in C here the r kef aaat Byropa-ana 'W bert LirTtifelVl- S2 Wit I AS.-. AGt J, J A iOUA, O Vermecelil. ataxarbai, h toe, Bica Floor enewmor, at-- - 3?ir erp-B10B 81B tTgt. 1 X wo in nn -rry. aieo, an rntpiol "cjtara, ' -nr( ' . ,. r ..i , , - "aaertuiat :t5iilli iiAK aili S J" ItUUii -StW- Bareeet- aj i, ".f-opora)t ..il . I'l-Srtl. fit e3..-"teBCri4k SU.i it! a'SS-S S--- afeS'3rH'."W,u i"" - kraalBBSWBakiaad vetaTl; at Vrririwtt t if Hi. at' aWAecMtttrl AOo'S. 1 L:..:-t::-:i liA.mBariBt. ALT WAVimiLiilililNO-. Fob HZ aale bv 1 In tilt "i.b-Cl tliL'L a. TUIIT. 491 -Kxchaijra: LiGlJirH3A.LT Fob Salb Br S1:: i-i-: A-rBCinniT, Ttt'e ttrtrMjee. dec! ecW -. - ' A.-BL PBSRT km. TMPOIiTANT TO EVER! BODY: The anbecrtbera harl&a fneine & n. ara.i,i. and located ttreozaelTa let No ir rn:.r,.. . . KiwmewDf bo ar uteveuxtd aad etcleMV. n f irt IMt hruKli r.r X . , - U .... uikk W , . Kt.. Aw e-w hf-nrf Cu... YT.w . , 1 w wawJii,.viiiiaiii tna el 311,1 weed aa cheap, or ch-aeer thaac-a be boagkt laewaera i tbe crt?-- esaee call -and exanttl.e Vefore porctiae n. ae we ereavBBdtoglvaaoo gnoo kaTrjaaaa aail gix-d articlee. H. Slonr warrahte, aaS gBcytS "leirTaratl "ey J"V "t. W W onueBuaa, tree Of enei ge. ii.i ll T..triiil 10 11. a. &. Van UBO. W". Ttl .4tS- oeet etrj JVawaad BaedBtoa.'jaeaUBiv Clecl2ilT . . . 1 M. ....V..OHI ABIO STHBBT..3.1 6S IDATtl. a well eelnetad k ol w n nave an eafin .fc. a u ci , , 9ea. Bx tracte:- Venneoal raTVa-a: y -rv-7'7.. two, SUA, A'BxecH teahv Abw7' .ri.'. V rrnltpr-BaJalaa, Carvraej, Proaes, Ao., W hvr-,s3M WcarB."JaeaarBarTnbL piia,agai Qom. 5 v rTiiZrr All adtait that we have tha thojw.(ecrl pf TBA At-AttJ, fjurrruaad llTiTlaiara varABrKweittlaeteretiil'oed.' bat empty ana are. wi tea. -t,-,'. ..:. . -TJT) 'rf 3- rSo apurleas foods Bold at tha waU kawejaj "-;"." "' " '-'.T.'t. H0faV. ...aa-SS-j .j;;:;r:.T a,,'; ajg eieaarBO'wtnaa: 111 Juax:-TAiiLiaieiJ----Y--''; mBawJotB JsaAvaWakWof "i11"" ' tit iilA Siatrd nf'1 n 1 1 iOTaT-iAWet dl: The aaove aamed wood wfU ha AQLAlTU THA 1BAPA At A AW TOajB PBlrr , ly a AluLBB 00. i-.' 1. wls A W i et -fb -I g-eeeeoe to ao-tdeacnoed.eotmee -oentT. C to p-rt Bt-eet,'at the lite ead -AppraSaed i.1 aL-a?i 11 a 0 we a v At 7 51 uiwi one miiItD--LO$T--F0U;-ID: OAPH 'WILL "R HI PaITi i?nTr a mile" of Llvla-d. re. .m cuo!ar, ' a. v. "JfrTLS'i. .- ioii:T-s TNFOBMATION WaNTKD-Mv Wmts. ,irr, oT' rw v-ric1 te tu " ""a ''r org M'lier, who Uft1, svin ilt m-w.th Vu ntl i not ne. in Jiev-,iril Tie "aid (iexco M (ir i J T9rr, .f mit fl f et tu-h-t b.e- Lhe !, IKttilrooiO'-'t lian.rx. rr .,n. , ttee fteee to be to -J yVetf t.T J f utvi He wee, wfeTi be eft jew narynU rj, mni' nJcW Wrw npirl'tyl bt ;.t ian- it u ib- pamn tfiet b la mb ' te't ug Tor tii'or u any fonnsUfon renrflrsj h m 1 I b YhNOktuW r- (thraio-i Mona- imvJO H QTKAYE u-,T WI) , CO"3 9 meiQin exe Omt ol si rA rminr- t rtKv rmA ftBd wblte, ee-fi, Wlth , bite fare. Any ooe re- ernioc sue erne, or g.Mne h i ntnBnd ee will ee4 t t 'kspW- rMW.rv will b liLersiU raBardsmaA 3& Proeeetot Bireatc,. 1 - ' ,.. 11 LEGAL NOTICE neoa Jegnlnaa 1 ieWci V AVa'lker f Pl?aa, i-oia WaUter I . . Cet f Oonmtm : LUJsUlUgat LOOOtf. , Ma M ' LEFfEN'rAVTa. Pred FtafHrlr W We'kavr a.n (lanrin W.lr. vrie ooC ef tb "tut rf On in, rm br- iy pot'fl1 t'tet th jpUIotitT, tm oa ejnD.ffs, hm tV4 pK TVn la m a Con-t of Cou m 1 wirb h- e ifjz n in ue Aot- mt- kii. rred to aim hie prumieeory eoe for 12 lor) psi le eren ?e r worn iu au, wun 1 urei, t f rmte of sVii per cetU pr rfi"ta pye l ennalr, comin tMMiig cVov m tjr Ik aadwits) iuteeet Oa me w itt ti per t it per eDDom, wt a rtre itroD i.tMt m to iwd( ot svef rt ef 1o niertv remalrtiK. vopnU more x. tx m-sMbm ihTM prii-ifMl 'li uli h fnatpdiep, et ih- ov.ica ef ttae-pU litf ; tviil t.ve.lC ine loter wetrB bevccn'd 'tutatid ktot i-m uit) luiptkia, Avxcept ue ODT OI I W w -im nB v eee-n p ia b p-ei' trxntomriuh re w-t tne ,r-re tbe per maut ot t fl ou"1, tud Jraxu-rW-fc w WsjiHe-, csb Not moer 23th, exwuted bh-I te'! v-wr. d to id imHtm meritfssee epMi tbe toliow DveWtttwatt trstrli or ttel wi lmd. m'l mi i im 'hm LonB at ef 6:aMrdf G ty70t. ormty mn4 etu of Ouiu. Parcel. L. K-iEaT i da tot bu VTltjr R're trBC oceHM, vrosed rit ih y p rt tw . ( u,wo tbt,Feeet by tic ! wo Mn t4j err ee nwfj.. o suBfUJ rutfl .jiok7, i uia d ' be Mxjth hrMta 'te mlt-r H e tr'-t, tu d wt)t( rly r,y ib wwf Ue otbeUssctef-t tt tuitl pi - o Wjtr uodi ae raung ot nnknutu owi --vj, rtl ia, sft4dw by tx 'MP (if et O PBtrMl Pi- ot OTsthOare O uaLT. la iA3rir loM aour t i pr au4 by ldeory 1 eai A'frt Km?, o nijUuiiij e,toiK bartered mm& tWMiry fbar tvo ee Pt.ro 12. v MATtofibe K-ogft. VeinW oo-th by tmct numre' two, Bt by tbe oob ib4 ovtti road seBUfirisi tJi'etMti tn r- a wo Olniet-d CMtia, by iUiai ti r - lb VVl.rr Ki trm&i d Wrfrt by I'De pmlM i.h "Md r.ortb and ill oed eod ee ar rjeefrl iipr tVom nr4 two huiui:ed ecf bu.d,exc p mit ' betfrvei tttf acree ot Und, b end d aa toll.w; N rtb lyrdk two. eut by eaid tors a- d on b med. 9fl by Ue ecu is lme oi inn . all Kiotj irw,sAtKi by a 1 ne parari with tall oortb avod eou.b rua. and to ax wateTl thore roa ae to tmbrace Stty ?arr' S. The fart half of fhe Wa3tr Klnt tract boadrlee fcl , oa tb Derib by bn-1 lorm-H j owDjd j K. P U-D r, oa tbeea t by .oe C nmMs nad. ot. the Mmtti by (and fo m-rly on d bv Jwt lkUoir . -atid wan tmM wt toy 4 be i.orb safid watt road kradiiiBT triro f b tbe oeuier of )-e . PrcI ; Twvty rJ suv-fj o- land -ooyd bj Howard end. illiao.a u A .rvu-oo-, lwvr 74 Jmuuk the north hIiof &Uw acrtM, bo- dee north try the uo tb rinr- ft f Bow -r-t na d Ismi 9 an, ocer a -- e vara hi wick iiteee Rf.c f r dtiwerd and Willtsin.e trtut atl at C rwtaa t include between laid If ooe hanird and life . cp-h, 99UtJb by the voirh liii or Um UowavJ aa Willume t acr, and w st by loe par lk 1 witb 'b east buaodry, aui ao lar wet a to embrace fife' maxm. th tvetb hne of tbie tsae 0 ttiw a Mii weet li tie tbi3u,l ti c. ntar ot Uiat tzact coav eeytd abor. - . Pare la. The wiel? tyf lotTiinnber tvrm ami ten acr riT'tbe WstBt n-i gl loi iDii,br flf-een, is tree. mimb-r-rv. In eutd- oDHp. bon"d-d w. it, aorth aod mxAb by fi.e Ut lira, acdeait by a lin parallel with tb w?et hue f lot number sU-dawa. conra nlDK one hendred -od ten ae- of !.(, ana wtkf d 4 W&fe 4,JvaiKhi by S. J?. Uher afid wife, Match, t -ParcM eV Th wei half erf lift rf of Un tft-wey-d to . frt a r r nd by Co. tt (J Thowa antl wi a 'f or. 7, lo44, DO'Tjdvfd no't n ty ih laoc b H oTvow-Mrw WHjqs! iratt, wen br the wwt iine ot a lei ei t9 biintrf(Mi arna a-oBTrywi to Staple' Joa-.e 6y John "wil iaonftiid Jvha Howard by a 4try - w1. 4JetMia, n Bou.h dt an. eaat an west a iluo"gh th. ift.m of s-trov ad 9it bra lUe iwwa I 1 wita the wet lute e Us . fiwea-it ae o-tayaoee ittw-atnrwac as Parcej Ute sWAawdtedaere t s4 or the eaat St i"of the Two hunirtd ecjfi tprt?: aowviiAr WiaA in Oti-olWo r WaaJfPtrrv-a. arxi de wriiAfrd tu a vwitl ust med- by ere r )t the Court of' Common Pra df dd cuntty of Cukais; f. ltil, bonuded east bi a 1 ne at tisht nler witH the noATtitr liD -of aud .xacf, an to fap rt tyf be Oo liHnbUfOat f JtMtr-Ju-.t flfy a re ttwPa-a (A 4 lite and tbe weet li n tr eu read, tror.fc hy th: ivwtb li. aot r td tuacta eourt -by -a ae end went ime ttiiTiTB:'.The'va r- or mitf trrct. ar i -et b a Avsuiei wi-b ttwee twr f oa b ae to inc. Die jue. two h'-ndnd a.ree loaf t.a-a'iar'; luil ronBeiv1 b Natt , Akr r.ui t t ? Jasteer Kaber -j-itbt Jaep-r K i-aGa T.a p- -rcA' a - A prt vf h- V .iter Kin u-tc-, b '4-L od ntmh bnntrtTiB'- t'", e 1 by th - ncrta . eelflBnei wad hsstlliTC ibrooto tb- ? reot tn- ' e ed.oi'h by tee ao jtU. Uue ef tha m(rBiti trcc,-ud wit b? ar lire .r4H'r wh M-d LOfta and ooto r-a4A.nnA-iOJaXjrirrlT ihirTaffoni u to jnbrece ifiy f.r. i- - Parcel t If-ro4 fenartwr fly--&t'vr ini jtTln the Til ate of Otmi.ed Pai a - . . .. , . ber two iny ea d - twaJitvblp. bounded f4tcw to t trHOTt&tyiirita atnvr, iterl- by the rhr g mad weaUUy if aaeCsrtf ii.t af te ur;; IVrm; 1- - - ; ine petition rhrriTivws)tit!l J im, j bae dHaied hie out ion thatbejsvDaw. ci the intrjt en -eatdr oe remwniTii tarrar - tUi k ejoDiba, tn ptinriDti a 4 bts.oma du. erxi ttaT Imftoew- pjmf vtay beBo11tb pay said a ,ie, rlncvl aod witsrl,ws-'-V; t ; - ... - -- j The petition mrtht-r ret re ent ibateid Frfd"Jwt .fc4f feavWM-rjc ed to pay tbe xm on , aid UiJf , " Tl. on the a 001 HtBettti' th eetftT J tBaeAaeW ' " - tiie pomiep aata reprewnxa that aaM Seorg 3 Weler da ma nw t ' own aaji pe teea by aaf-1 acaee Awn M Proeertck-vrker. mada Tt.oit.ary Th petft'ba prayi an order f r the eele of taut ; e&l.ee. e pey-ee' ao e-. pnncrnal a d loieiret, and -be aaaoaat pd. mr trie -aiiea;a aa4 a 4 aala, afll in.a.ejt ena p.-i.'ty vefepn ihe f 'id 1T a rTirfreaTlo auawer aaid petl tlobgJaasUl at. MB ...... - ;., .0. :-j1 ' Jannaey 24 f2 du, 4tfc r lor riain-in e2 .. --' t... r . - MA8TlSR8tfALBVTj,si:5TT. -tries onreateed of--a deertal -rtf- r.f e."' from tae lien of 0mmM Pi--m ra" i or.. 9 aooia eoniwy.- nhV, at t- e ! 0' Jn'-a A. Soot v aaerneS "rajew A. Bom r,BannahJ -.mir, mi4- ohera. to roe dir-ct4. 1 e a ereoea f-ratot prt.- 9 ltcwoi-rt o, at the dcf of tnt Cour-- Bonee ia the . Ult of U'awalaaaV ln.,id e-ae-rr. to tbetweityh-' dar of reoruary. 'S2, at lea o'Hork A M. lee M.c J iatrg deecrihea tit '9 and nei-ieia o'Tftiid. to a tl; - . Pial No. 1. 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