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H. B. MA8SEH, Editor Proprietor. Nl .MII 14 , IA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1S04. NATIONAL ClUliEXCV. This note is secured by lioud.-i of HIE UN1T1.D STAILS, Deposited wilh tlie C. S. Trcusury at Washington. . E. CmiTEMJUM, iiegisu-r of the Treasury, F. E !llN.NLlt. Trensjry of the I nited State. '. The First NntiuuM Uniik of .'tuo bearer, 011 demand. Five Dollars. : . Pa., Nov. 2.1, lsti.'l. IDITOKIAL CORRESPONDENCE. liAMmiirna, Feb. 10, 1804. UnrrisburR, at tbii time, presents ttte ap pearance of a lively military post. Regi merits of soldiers are daily arriving and departing, and the recruiting service never Mr da more active. In tbc Legislature but little is doing. Both IIoiucs meet at 11 A. M. and adjourn at 1 P. M., though the Senate seldom does much more than read the Journal and then adjourn. But this factious opposition by men professing de tnocracy will not last long, and tve nre asured, by good authority, that more than one of the factious Senators will rejoice wben the successor of Major White will arrive, and one of them confidentially re marked to a friend, that Major White's ap pearance In that chamber, would be more welcome to him 'than a thousand dollars. On Yednesday last a spirited debate sprung tip In .the House on a resolution to allow no damages caused by the invasion of the rebel army, to persons who could not establish their loyalty. This brought up our repre sentative, Mr. Purely, 'who gratuitously as sumed that the resolution was aimed at a class of persons like himself, and proceeded to give an account of the ''invasion of his office," by a file of soldiers from New York, on their return home. That our neighbor would make political and other capital c.:t of this roid, was not unexpected, but to do this it was neither necessary or proper to condemn the war and to abuse the adminis" tration and the Government. A very bad feature in Mr. Purdy's remarks, was his at tempt to cast odium on the government on account of the taxes by stamps. ITc stated that there was but oue thing he could re member which was not taxed, and that was a "cradle." If that was included, he thought, we might sny, "wo were taxed from the cradle to the grave." As it is not so long since our neighbor has left the order of bachelorhood, and ns h':s ego does not pre clude the necessary use of such an article ; he ought to be thankful, at least, fur that boon, When some carping, ill-natured fel low, told Dr. Johnson that "he thanked God" he was different from him, the Dr. camly replied, that ho was gratified to learn that he "tbauked God for anything." Our neighbor ought not lo be less grateful for this favor, even though it be "a small one." But seriously speaking, the attempt (o render odious the tax laws, upon the suc cess of which our very existence, as a gov N ernment, depend, and without which the Union and tlie Constitution are but a rope of sand, is to say the least, unpatriotic if not disloyal. The time is not distant when the opponeuts of the present war, will deem euch a charge a stigma upon their character. THE PRESIDENT'S CALL FOR MORE TROOPS. The lato order ot President Lincoln culls for a draft for Cvo hundred thousand men, to be made ou the 10th of March, to serve for three years or tho war. The States whose quotas have been filled on tho two previous calls will not be effected by the present one. The new order is only a con solidation of the two calls previously i.-sued for three hundred thousand men nearly half I representing the landing of Columbus, of whom were obtained by voluntecnngand rc-cnlistments, and which number, as well as those enlisted up to the 1st of March next, will be credited. Therefore the call is virtually only for two hundred thousand men. If the cnlislmeut of soldiers is pro perly and vigorously prosecuted there will be no r.rcd of any draft to fill the quota demanded. The New York Ilerald, in speaking of the call for more troops, incidently remarks : This large force when placed in the field and added to that already in service, wiil make the Union army so overwhelmingly large that with proper energy and disposi tion on the part of the government it must crush out what remains of the rebellion by the Fourth of July next It is manifestly the determination of Jeff. Davis to infuse life into his followers by making a desper ate effort in the spring to recover Tennessee and the Mississippi. All men and boys in the rebel States, from sixteen to fifty-five years of age, not now in the service, are to Ims forced into the ranks of tho army. Ne groes are also to be employed as reserves and train guards, in order to swell tho ef fective force in tho field. It is estimated in the rebel newspapers that in April or May their army wilt reach 500,000 men, who are to be divided into four corps under Lee, Johnston, Beauregard and Longstroot, to operate on short liocs, so that they can be easily and rapidly concentrated at any one point. It will be impossible for Jctf. Davis to raise this force, even with the most sweeping conscription and the desperate aid of press gangs. But it la proper for our government to base their calculation! on the rebal estimates, and prepare according ly. The rebel lite of operations now ex tend, from Fredericksburg to Mobile, and from Chattanooga to Charleston. This lii.c our forces under Grant, Bunks, Meade and Gi'.more, if furnished with mm ami Material, ran iooc coutract nd tightuu. Thin, with one decisive blow, Jeff. Davis aud hi miserable governmeut can be annihilated forever. VudertWse clrcumstanna let volunteer ing be encouraged. Lt local boonii be fully offered and evsry man constitute him elf aeoniinitue to urge forward ei.tlMment. A strong, united and patriate effort m, i, placa ai tiUnlct In the county out of th Wt. Tha ftaw National Dank Currency. The First. As the introduction of these new bills may be eaid to open a new era in the history of our national currency, a short description of the national bank noto will not bo inap propriate in this connection, It . may be stated at the start, by the way, that the plates, designs and appearance of all these notes will be tho same for all tho States, with the Bingle and necessary exception of the local names nnd numbers. The face of tho notes may be briefly de scribed as follows : At tho left hand corner of the face is a vignctto representing Columbus eighting hind. He is standing on shipboard, and in the net of pointing out tho shore of Ouaiin Hani, whilo a figure kneeling, is seen point ing in the same direction, and looking into the face of the great discoverer. In the im mediate foreground is another figure with a cross in claiped hands, and the face turned heavenwards, in thanksgiving to the Al mighty. The background is occupied by a pviest nnd other figures, while on the sail above the word "five" is engraved in highly ornamental letters. This design, it will be noticed, is historical, and this is in compli ance with tho wish of President Lincolu, who hinted his desire on subject in hia-lcttcr inviting proposals. The vignette on the h'ft hand side of the face contaius an allegorical representation, which is id so another idea of Mr. Lincoln's. It consists of a picture of Columbus pre senting America, ia the form of an Indian maiden, to the Old World, personified by three figures, representing Em ope, Asia and Africa. In the folh'gc overhead is the figure five, handsomely ornamented. Tho border of the face in composed of the word five, scroll wo.k, consisting of grnpe leaves, and the figure C, alternating in panels Tho novel peculiarity of tho border is that no two words, figures or scrolls arc exactly alike, having been varied purposely, so thut the counterfeiter may not be able to imitutu the note by repenting small portions, as is frequently noticed in spurious money. In order to imitate these notes the counterfeiter will find it necc3sr.ry to cngravo the whole with the minutest nicety. The legend of tho face, or that portion which is to bo read, coutains the following inscscriptions : IW MoKonRL Status. This is tho dca lgnatlon given by thu Copperhead editors to Arkansas and other Slates that Lava thrown off the Rsbcl yoke, and oganized under tho Stars and Stripes. What would these fellows have Arkansas and other States to do t Would they have them to remain under thu dominion of Jeff. Davis? It would be but a just and fair inference to say so, yet they will deny the charge. They are opposed to the enlistments of negroes lu the army, nnd yet do all they can lo dis courage the enlistment of white men, nnd at the same time denounce tho draft, nnd advise, in some cases, open resistance. They vilify and denounce some of our best gene rals, whilo they seldom utter a harsh word or apply a tingle epithet, when speaking of tho vilest of tho rebel leaders. They de nounce the financial policy of the govern ment as rotten nnd worthless, mid at the same time organise banks and invest their money under that policy. And yet these fellows complain because they are called Copperheads, and have tho assurance to label theiv.ailvcs Democrats shades of Jef ferson and Jackson, defend us from such democracy ! LATOSOUTtlDUn NKWH. FEDERAL ADVANCE ON RICHMOND. TltE ALARM IN TOE CtTT. flol to AeanaalnntA Jeff, Iivia. the wxn rx Konttt CAitotnr a. Jt?T We find tho following in regard to the late attack of the soldiers on the Demr crat office, in the Blooinslmrg Democrat : "It is nllcdged that this cowardly art was committed by a body of rowdy soldiers from New York, so-journing the past day in Sunbury. It is more likely, that so mean nn assault upon private property, was either committed by, or the nt-siiihiiits instigated to its commission by the Editors of tho iun bury Abolition machines, nnd their disloyal abettors sneaks, pimps and cowards who enjoy iho largest licnse for t-uch unlawful business, by the voluntary Pardon for all such crimes of Andrew O. Curtin. The above is a specimen of the moral honesty of another miser.diic Copperhead editor, From the Examiner t Monttay. TUB G5EMT ACttOSS TDK RAPID Alt HIS TAB- TtAL ItEPCLSE, We learn from an officer who reached here yesterday immediately from General Lee's Hues, that on Saturday evening the enemy in heavy force crossed the Hapidan at three fords i Morton's, Raccoon and Barnctt's the last about three miles from Orange Court House, and tho others lower down the river. At two of the fords, Morton's and Barr.ctt's, the enemy was repulsed nnd driven across the river. At last accounts the enemy was ou the other side of the river except at Burnett's, where firing yesterday morning denoted some action. It is suppo sed that this movement of the enemy is merely intended to engage Lee's attention, and to cover his movements on tho Pen insula. , HIUTMOXS THREATENED BY TnE ESEMT ' THE VAKKKES IN I.A11QK FORCE AT TAL l.EVSVII.I.E. Somo davs nffo a report was obtained by the authorities here, from a Yankee deserter, that the enemy was contemplating a raid, in considerable force, on Kiehmond. The report obtained consistency from a number of circumstances, and impressed tho author ities to such a degree that a disposition of forces was mado lo anticipate the supposed designs of the enemy. At nine o'clock on Saturday night a force of the enemy, numbers not known, but con sisting of cavalry, with some artillery, made a demonstration at Bottom's Bridge, and drove in our pickets. The news was not generally communicated to the public until Sunday morning : the first signal of excitement being the tap of tlie alarm bell, which readily summoned tlie second class militia and tho local forces In arrested, at Lis house on Seventeenth street, between Main and Franklin streets, a Ger man named A. W. Hclnx, a baker, tipon the charge of being a prominent member of the treasonable .seociation. He was further more charged with incit'ng conftfderate boI dicrs to mutiny and tho assassination of tha President. The detectives seized along with Heins a great number of the most important papers, including the roll of tho nicmlivr ship of the organization, and documents ot such character as to leave no doubt of Lis crime, and the criminality of others. The documets were tuken p ssession of yesterday by General Winder, who ordered Heins to be placed in secure quarters at Castle Thunder, and to allow him no com munication whatever with any outside par tics. Heinz, the reputed ringleader, has always been looked upon as a disloyal man, nnd his associates in treason are all pretty much of 1.1. I . , ! .1 .-!!- ui9 unn vuuruuiur mm noeiui siiiiiuin It is possible that other arrests will follow as the treason will be probed to its depth, no matter whom it affects. THE PAIC ItlCII.MO.'M. INTENSE EXCITEMENT Tbe Yankees About. The fellow knew he was being when j Capitol Square, and at other places of rcn i. . - .1.- ... .:..!.. - v.- i 1.. v! i e I VW.'a. liu niuiu me uiueiu, ua ln. l. uiujr muici'ii will payt The former inscription will be common to tho national bank notes in all tho States, while the latter gives an illustration of the necessary deviation required by local names and number. In the lower margin of the fuco are f nnd the words, "Act approved Feb. 23, 18C3," The spaces beneath each vignette arc left vacant for the signatures of the president and cashier ol'tlio bank. The back of the noto displays another beautiful exhibition of ingenuity and taste. The principal vignette is a large oval, ex tending over the greater part of tho back, reproducing Yanderlyn's famous picture iu the rotunda of the C.ipitol at AVasIiington, The picture is printed in black, as are also the legends which surround it. The upper le gend is as follows : : Tli in nolo ii receivable at pr.r in all paria of tbe.' Xuiteil titles in puyinxul of till tnxy im,l excire?! ,nuu nu aiuer uuim iu iuo tuut'u duuis c.?vj)t tin-, '.tits ou import ; aui nl'o for nil a'ni: ami all'. !ulhr dcb' ant ctetnanijt o. iug iy the V. t. by individual, corporations oud u?o?iatinnii within! It he I'nitcl ttati', except interest on publio debt.! The lower legend is us follows : ; Every pereon making or engraving, or aiding to '.mako or unirmvo, orpaiving or nuempting to ynf '. .ai;y tuntainiu or itlu'raliun ol Uiw noto, and every, 'poraon having iii ponossion a plate or iinprruioui Iniade in iinitntiou ot i , or any paper made in imi-I Itation ot ttiat on which tliie note i printed, in. by! jant of ConproM. approved 2i.ii of February, 1HM.! !guiiiy of iviouy. and tubjcol to a lioe not excoed-! ling one thou:in J dotlam or iuiprnKJiiUieut not !ccc I:r,T fifteen vears, or both. ; distinctly stated that the act was committed by the soldier. Men who.c morals have been more than questioned, should be cau tious in making charges against others. JJ7 Tlie Danville American ur.il Democrat comes to us this week diminished in size. Tho present advance in paper material nnd labor would justify all publishers in pursue ing the same policy. No other class r.f per sons have felt thu pressure of tho war, on their business, so sevwiely os newspaper publishers. The V.iir in 'lVntM-hhcc. IUE EIGHT KEAH Cl'MUKllL AND UAI I.ot isvu.l.l;, Feb. C. The following parties, supposed to be im plicated in the strainer Tavlur. have been ar rested by tho military authorities : .1. Chirk, of Louisville; Augustus Oriels, II. Wa'te and wife, of St. Louis, ami two mulattocs, Delia lfalford and .lennio Heed, their do coys, whoh'ivc been forahmg timecnwnj'cd in running slaves from and kidnapping negroes in Missouri, and selling them as slaves here. A despatch from Powell's Itivcr Bridge says tiiat, on Friday of last week, three bri gades of cuv airy, about 1, COO strong, and 100 mounted infantry, under the command of Colonel Leve, ot the 11th Kentucky, skirmished with the rebels under General Joner-, on thu Virginia road, thirteen miles from Cumberland Gup. The light lasted three hours, and wo held our position until dark, although attacked by a Miperior force. We then withdrew to our camp three miles in the rear. At sunrise nn Saturday morning .Tones' pickets were advanced, when Leve moved to j tlie lroi.t lo meet the enemy advancing in line, with 4,000 infantry nnd cavulry and three pieces of artillery. Col. Love then fell back three miles, skirmishing all the way. when the enemy ceased to follow Love encamped. The next morning he sent nil the available force two miles in front, and had a lively skirmish with the enemy, twice char-zing the rebels and driving them back with heavy lots, since which, up to the afternoon of the 5th, they huv'c not appeared in any force on our fiout. Our loss in these skirmishes was 5 killed 8 wounded and U missing. Capt. Newport, of the Sth Tennessee, was killed. The ene my's loss was 10 killed nnd lfl to 25 wound ed, and the result was nn unsuccessful at tempt to take Cumberland Gap. All ia quiet now in this neighborhood. Garrard, the new commander ntthis post, is determined to hold the Gup ut all hazards. Vt'ti have nothing definite from Knoxvil'e. A dispatch was also received early yes terday morning from General Wade Hamp ton, at Hamilton's Crossing, stating that the enemy waa threatening an advance. A train wns dispntched to his relief. In the meantime, out of the excitement in Kiehmond had been suddenly produced the most wild and extravagant rumors, the enu meration of which would be idle and tedi- The border and pieces are printed in green. The border is made up of the figure 5 ou a shield repeated. In tho top border occur tho words "national currency." The end piece to the left contains nn oval with tho coat of arms of Pennsylvania, ex quisitely engraved, the name of the State being engraved iu the cloud work. The oval at the right end contains tho eagle oa the national shield, with the cypher "U. S." in the sky. Tho two upper comer have each the word 'live' engraved on the face of the scroll work, while the two lower cor ners Lave the fgure 5 engraved on lathe work. With (lv lundrtd thoiuaml mta, ia addltioo j ihota already In amirs, our arm Us will b abl (a swrep the rtUlllop oat t( siUuiua. With all ihilr aholnlu, latrpiug t;oi)e-rijili,in. It U lmpo.lil or lbs r llfci put savtlinj; bk Ihot auutUr of aw inrii lull iU hold. K gn st I Ilia umUr t krtfof Ul ftiu ladiiM aarviM, thai U may U u taavli ai lury ttt da to k llirir fonts up U tha r,cii t'ta1t4. IaI ! ive, Uaffj, gu la fnf tirrU.!tf ia.btta) u UU I SV 4 JJ kWNi4 tST Grant Prkfahed. One of our rotcuiporaries, the New York Ecrning r-t, is not at all disposed to regard the recent movements of Longstreet in Last Tennessee ai likely to lead to an) thing serious. It argues that the recovery of Knoxville, and eviu all E;tt Tennessee, would not be a matter of much Importance to the rebel, uutii they could recover Chattanooga inu much as that whole region is no longer a souice of supplies, as it unco was, Laviug been eaten out months, ago, and ' cannot now suppolt tlio native population, lo ay nothing of a large sod hungry army." At the same time, as a military n!nt it cuunot Lo ued by iUlui whilo me bold tie only piat ticable outlrts ol tho valley, both lurtMj and south. N'oi Jxl irM.prab inovtd through lh while Giant htu got tha kes in his limit!. Loni'ttriet, therefore, ran Litve r.o niotiia for utidriokiiig serious oraiion in Last T.kntac, rscrpt tho mere polul nf honor, to wdpa off tlis stigma of hi lata defeat and to rvguu Li ol pi valine. LorisYii.i.F, Feb. 7. The reporter of the Associated Press, from the front of General Grant' army, just arri ved from Nashviile, states, on thu hiidiest military authority in Nashville, that all the skiimixhc iccently reported were merely foiHging fights bctwecu our owe and the rebel cavalry. Gi ti. Park, on the iiigih of tlie 4th, was at Knoxville, in command of the J ititli Army Corps, and had no communication cut oil' this side of Cumberland Gap. Thu TazcuiU fight was unimportant, and did not atleet tl.c general Htuution. The following has just been received, nnd bv ils siieucu nn other matters corroborates thu aliove. It comes from the corn spun, lent of the Asst." titled Pre, dntud Powell' Ili ver llridgc, 8 miles t-itst of Cumberland Gap. Citizen report that the rebels are couceu truting at New Market and IKxldiidge. General tScholiel J has assumed the com mand of tho lApnrtmciil of the Ohio, and Genersl Poster relieved. General Uye niognaiion has been ac cepted, and he hi; assumed the practice of the law in this city. General Jlobson lias been temporarily put in command of the force f ICcutuiky, General Amnion having been placed en court-martini duty at Cincinnati. (TIi U sa lul ir.i iug fact that tha sale tif rnnQM iei tUtt how Uing Uisda I Ihatifori, 8. C, i t arthil oa from tha iniUli of h Ldmund Itlu.ll llom, till 0ir I bait Un jrtait j,l lit f.UIIioa MbiiMHled or I rtUtcry sura tthota tlsjis aow p wa U-r lU l.muirr. 1 " "'" 1 - ...-ii i. A fourth Ulaad. ratw itt tua kauwa m Ha I lit huun,' sIwm Kiatra rM feast liasawatjvi Irobibillou ol'the Import of Ooul lo t'ti alii tin. "One of our coal men hauls informs us that he leeeived a notice yelir.Uy from a Goverument ollieer, forbidding iie.y further exjMiilulioii of coal lo tMiimln. Tho trade in It,! line ha lieretolure been immm-e, supplying a pieuing wuiit of our I'loviiu ul iieinhlioi. and Countilutiiig a pr.iliial.lo lUalUta In keUial txlell.lle diuh l on tlii tde, Thin and lea eiiibm'o i imi tinder- flood. What dot it imuu." iMi'fjo J'ltl Ai'.'uvi. This I what it intnn'. Canad import all h-r anthracite coal fioin Iho lulled Mtlbi,sml during llm pj't two year tho tuial inervhnl of ('iiiul Lava ti-en iloli.g a lliiiviug bu.iii'-u fit oppl;ing lh tuam rr nigged a blta kaele rMiuer, t Xawau, wllh aiiihrai it coal without widen Guy loeld not tit'i!i Hie vigiluiua of our blut k. ailing fleet, at bltuudiuii cnul would nmka luu UtUt'll IIK'J.U. It )tut the Sllt'lilioli of lliu l ulled Mates iiiivrrntm Ml W Callutl it I hit trade, ami it ha very projHfl; but a to (Mil. ' i surry fof Iba "prtMing Waul f tur piorii,cll alj(lilfi." built font lty git any iuot owl, I hey tuut liiuil ihvif uMiia4uiu. I'm Iv smui ta lit'il bul U U lou hum tt 14 t hi 14 ! '-! Ida tugiult UiHkaita tuaiu.i lUat wlbU will aahla latin In uoly ll.auUta wllk lUa luuuiitiitM U war. ilr. UawKu I'aliaUitMi, to a liasi Ut stw-. In tho progress of tho day these reports assumed n more definite form. It appeared that the enemy made another demonstration on Colonel hhingler's lines yesterday morn ing, ami in tins instanco were repulsed, j some two or. three companies being engaged on our side. The force of the enemy was not uncover j ed, but as far as it could Iks perceived, con- sisted of five regiments, mostly cavulry ; it being doubtful, ut course, whether they wero only an advance guard or the entire force. It was not thought necessary yesterday to move the local to-ces beyond the city forti fications ; and the disposition of other tioops was mnuti to hold the enemy in check. Lieutenant-General Hood was assigned to the command of all the defensive torees, and took the field at an early hour yesterday. LATLU. After their demonstration in the morning at Bottom's Bridge, the enemy, or a consid erable detachment of his cavalry, crossed the York river railroad near Dispatch sta tiou, ond attempted to ford the Chitka hoiuiny at Grapevine bridge evidently inten ding to get in our rear. They found it im possible to ford the Chickuhominy here, on account of the large amount of felled timlicr iu the swam). After an ineffectual attempt to get through the swamp they retired m the direction ol 1 aylorsville, which is about eight miles from Bottom's bridge. At a late hour yesterday afternoon infor mation was brought in by our scouts that a huge force of the enemy, which had Iwen massed itt Barkaiusville in the morning, had moved forward toTalleysville, and was then advancing. The entire force of the enemy is disutil ity stated as follows : Three bri gades of infantry, four regiments of cavalry ami twelve pieces of artillery. This is reliable. It is probable that the demonstration of tlie enemy yesterday was merely intended ns a rcconnoissance ; and is preliminary to nn important collision to-day. Certainly the enemy has come in numbers which prelude the idea that lie only meditates a raid. We have no report of any casualties in the I fire at Bottom's Bridge. -But it is supposed that we used our artillery with effect. After i i he enemy abandoned his portion there were found nine dead horses, sis Yankee caps and a fresh grave. THE WAU 15 NORTH CAROLINA. From (he Examiner of Friday.' The following official dispatch was recei ved yesterday at the War Department : "Kingston, Pebuary 3, 18GL 1 General S. Cot)er : "I mado a reconnoissance within a mile ar.d a half of Newbern, with Hoke's brigade and a part of Corse's and Clingman's, and some artillery, met the enemy in force at Batchelor's creek, killed and wounded about one hundred iu all, captured thirteen offi cers and two hundred and eighty prisoners, fourteen negroes, two rifled pieces nnd cais sons, three hundred stand of small arms, four ambulances, three wagons, titty -five an hinds, a quantity of clothing, camp and gar rison equipage, and two flags. 'Commander Wood, Confederate States Navy, captured and destroyed the United Mutes gunboat Underwriter. 'Our loss thirty-live killed and wounded. (.Signed) "G. E. PICKET, 'Major General Commanding." Wc have also tbe following particulars of an aifuir at Wilmiugtoo : Wilminoton, Feb. 4, 18C1. To General S. Cootr ; ''On the 3d instant, General Martin, w ith the 17th and 42d, and Colonel Jackson's couimund from Kenansvillc, broke the rail road at Slictihcrdsvillu, driving the euemy from their work at Newport Barracks, aud ue.ro Newport river. W. II. C. WIIITIXO. "Major General.'' It i probable that the above is only the preliminary affair, and that we may uioiuen lutily 1 1 pec l the new thut a great battle ha U'ea gaiuod iu Iba Dvighborhoot.'. of Nvw bcru. M( OVKHT OF AX AM KoED N-OT TO I.IBEB A1B Till riilBOKKH AND AUAftklKAlK TUB Baltimore, Feb. 0, 1SC4. The American has a special dispatch from Fortress Monroe, from C. C. Fulton, who has been up to City Point. It says : "The rebel fing or truce steamer Schultze, with Commissioner Ould and Capt. Hatch, tho truce oflicer, arrived on Saturday morn ing at City Point. Two citizens, passengers brought down by tho Schultze, were sent on board the New York. They were both Marvlanders, one of them A. F. Brcngler of Frederick, who wns captured at Middlctown, on the 20th of June last, whilst acting ns volunteer assistant to tin Sanitary Commission, and tlie other George W. Longley, of Baltimore county, was captured whilst driving a wagon of the Sanitary Commission near Chancel- lorsville, on the 27th of November. They were released through the interposition of the Hev. Mr. Patriken. The prisoners brotignt exciting news from Kiehmond which they represent to have been in a state of feverish excitement from midnight on Saturday up to the time they left, at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. After midnight on Saturday the bells of the city were rung nnd men were rushing through the street's crying "to arms, to arms I The Yankees are coming 1'' During the remain der of the night au intense commotion was everywhere visible. The home guards were called out and the tramp of armed men could be heard in all directions. Cannon were hauled through the streets. Women and children were hurrying to and fro such a panic as had seldom occn wit nessed in ltichmond. On Sunday morning there was no abatement in the exct lenient. The guards were all marched out of the city to the defences, and the armed citizens placed as guard over tho prisoners. Horse men were dashing to and fro, and tho ex citement among the prisoners to kunw the cause of all this commotion became intense. It was soon learned that a large cavalry and infantry force, with artillery, had made their appearance on the Peninsula, nt Bot tom's Bridge, within ten miles of the city, nnd that Kiehmond was actually threatened by the Yankees. The same hurrying of troops, arming of citizens, and excitement among the women and children continued during the morning. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, when the prisoners were about to leave in the trans port, alarm bells were again rung with great fury, and the left a scene of confusion and turmoil such as they had never before wit nessed in the city. Tho rumors vbich prevailed were con flictihg and wild. It was their impression sure that 8,000 or 10,000 cavalry would have found but little diliicultv in entering- the city, liberating the pri-soncrs, destroying the forts and public property, and returning by the peninsula, bctoic, any ?tttieient force to resit,! them could be brought to the aid of the small garrison left to defend it. For several days previous to this alarm, the troops in and around the city, to the number of 4,000 or 5.000, had been sent off to join Lee's army with great dispatch, the impression prevailing that a movemeat was contemplated by Meade. In this they were right, us during tlie progress of the excite ment on Sunday, intelligence was received that Meade had crossed the ltapidau. On Monday morning a courier arrived ut City Point, bringing copies of the morning papers, with intelligence that the excite ment had abated, and that it had been ascertained that the Yankees were tailing back from thu Chickahominy, and had abandoned the attack. Colt) IMatot Ptu-tory Itarar. Hartford, Conn., Friday, Feb. 5. 1804. The original bulldiiiuol Colt's Pistol Fac tory. Hartford, took tiro this morning about 8 o'clock, and wns destroyed, with all the machinery, ana a.lurge amount ol other property. The building was 6U0 by CO feet, with an L 100 by CO. The ollice, a large threa sory building, was also destroyed. The new building in which the Minnie rifles are made, is saved. Seventeen hundred workmen are employ ed in all the shops, half of whom arc thrown out of employment. The loss is at least half a million of dol lars. Indeed, the machinery alone was worth that sum. It is insured for $750,000 in the New York nnd New England oflices. The fire is said to have broken out in the nolisliinir-ronm in the old building. Several lives were lost by tho falling of thu root of one of the buildings. 1 he names of tho men have not yet been ascertained. Another account says the loss will foot nn to one million of dollars. The name of the Company is "The Colt's patent Fire Arms Manulactorv." ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. Hartford, Ct., Feb. 5. One half of the factory of Colt's American Arms' Company was destroyed this morning In the building destroyed Colt's pistols aud revolving rifles were manufactured. In the building saved the United States rifles are manufactured, the Company having a large contract from the Government for the man ufacture of these weapons. This portion of the works will continue in operation, giving employment to 800 men. The stock of pis tols and rifles co npleted, and in process of manufacture, which wns destroyed by this fire, is valued at a million of dollars. The mnchiucry destroyed cost more than half n million, and the whole loss is estimated nt two millions. The total insurance on the property is 000,000, of which about 00 per cent, was on the property destroyed. Near ly nine hundred men arc thrown out of em ployment. The fire tiro broke out in the drying room in the attic, and sprenr. with great rapidity. The origin of the lire is a mystery. One man was killed, and another is stilll missing. RorAftreTtriraaa-hn INnpcror twit fjtt prtm of Praam and tb Prlno altat lmnat d'llly oa aoratof tha fend on Ui da nUrnc Tb fcmpriw akatr irlth praoa, lmt atvor alum 1w Ri'nllpmn, Inlh BnaakalrrK, tiika bold pf t, 1wi nd of a fol" about acven fwit lon. anil Iho Kniprna lnk botiloflbo ontarsnd worm olwt l!k a?wan n un oib i iupcrur. up "tw a oJ-. i: u alnar look! nwi and 0nifrtnbK inavnivli aa Ii wear loitant winter lult wliloh hn had mads for him, at IU Crwa Htone Clothing Hall pf Rnokbtll A ViVwn, Hot. 6o3 and 60S Chnttrutilreot, abovo Sixth, Phil dslpbia. As Orricnn it rna Aaar WniTra : '-At luapto Hon I noticed that a Inra (iropnrtinB of the men' knafack contained a hoi of Troche, being gena rally used by them lur Onlds. etc." ' Urowi.n bronchia! Troche'' thould be in eerr toldier knap-wok or pocket, lo b ud upon tb fiirt appaarance of a eold or tough, HAnRljttiUHi In Northumberland, on the Slst ult., by Rev. A. It. Ileilcy, James T. McGnnoonto Miss Lauka E. Wallacu, all of the above place. Wheat, live, Corn, Out. Ttunkwheat, flajsct'd, Cloveniced, BUWDVBY 1)0 fUOal 50 12(1 Hie 13 to 54 Oil Ejs, ii 15 utter, ;to Tnl low, u hard, H I'tuk, lo Il'lcnn, I,) iliun. 4 Uou tiler, 10 iimamianHaa) IVout lYtiMliinsion. AVABinkoTos, Feb. 0. Tlie House has made various amendments to the Senate enrolment act, principally those proposed by the Committee on Mili tary Affairs, Of course the amendments will have to be sent to the Senate for titeir action, including one retaining the present commutation, viz : $300, the bennte having proposed to make it $400. lloth Houses, however, arc agreed on consolidating the two classes, and exempting from the draft only tho Vice President, members of the Cabinet, and United States judges, and such as may be declared by tlie proper ortieers physically or mentally iucapablu of bearing arms. The Senate Committee on Military Affair'' has reported back tlie House bid to revive tho grade tf Lieutenant General, w ith amendments striking out the clause making th:'.t ollieer the commander of tho armies, and also adveisc to the House recommenda tion that Gen. Grant be appointed to the position. NlNllnokla Coal TrjiCo. KtfAMOKIX, Feb. ft, 1SC1. Tori'. Ctrl Font f r wecft ending Feb. ft, 'er luat reiwrt, i To fame time lout year, NEDRTISEMKNTS OlIlMlAfNS'ToliflLE. IX pursuance of nn order of Iho Orpin nn' Court rf Nnrltiuiiiberhind count v. will be exposed lo pub liu sale, at iho JMuont t'nriut'l n.,uo. in the Iluiou ;h of Mount Ciirmi'l. In mU comitv of Xo-jliitiiiuoTtan I, Venn's., on BATl'ltDA Y. I lie ith ilAY ef JIAltUi, A. 1) , llili nil the rinhl. title ami inlcrt belong Inn to tho ealnie ol'lhc Hon, Chr'n W. Heirino do. ceiiicd. In nnd to t Me lbliowiujr lle.il E lite. Hitun'o iu .Mount Larinel tonliip. in n-iiii cninuv. bounded and tlcg'iibcd follow- to wit l!c"iiiiiinir nt a White Onk. thence Ninth nnu dev. Ka'st. loiu-iii perches to a -lone ! thence fioiHh lvctit.v. eight lojr. Jvast, ninety-eight porches to a pine. Souili ii.tv-tw decrees Wtt. uno hundred r.r I lortv-f io' pew-he lo a stone corner, Smtli twcnty-nib: decree E-..-.1, (if y perches to a pine. North aixty-iwu dc-ren Lmt, twenty-tight pereiic lo a piao.V mfi jr d re Ent, I'urly-ecven pen-lies lo a pine. Norih f.i' y-fiva degrees Ln.t. two hundred and thirteed porehtu to a pott. North Ihirlj -fniir degree WC:. one haudrel ani cii,'hly-fiv cielu" to a poi. .South aei cuiy-fivo degrees we!, Linhi y-iwo pi u luu to a bilo oi k, the piavo ol b:yi.ii:in.; o:;Uiimn - '!' lluudi-t-a unil 'I'vicnly Acres, strict miasere. Iieing part ef a larger true! of land in Ihe tonne of Liv.mic l) uiis . l.i,e tbc pro perty oi'.eaid Clii-.rUn H. Ifcuio. dec'ii. alo to cniniueiico ut 1 o'clock. 1'. l.. of juid dtiy. when the term nud cou'lilions i.l 'ulo will b.- ruai known by n. C1.AY, Uy order of the Coui i, i Aduiiuutrulor. J. A. .1. CL'.M.MlMIS.i'.i.i. C. ' ISunbury, i'eb. i:, li. h. ) TO S1S ea-.K"l.iTiaT THE I.ITTI.I' it.NT SKtVIXU MACHINE C'l.Ml'ANV wart mi s.-ia in comilv. 'o sjlicit order tor thv-r i,c.v ul.i .M.,ehiiie. with (,'mifce, screw-Jiirer end eutri ni eillii Wo ill (. a li-bi-nil tn I ii ry hud i.;i.n.iw. or give Inre cunuirviou YjT J Hrle uliir.-, u-rui. . im-i'e n ::up. dnd a-1 Ires X. 8. 1'AwK. 'l'ok.l... i.l., i'eb. 13, '61 :',ia tjeu 1 Ageut lor the I . Siuiet. ORPIIANS' COURT SALT). IN pursuance c Mi ont-r of tl o Orpbaos' Court of Xoribuu'tHTbind comity, will le oxpo" I to pub lic Mle, nt the C.mrt Ibnuu in ihe lioroi;:h ,.f him. bury.uu Moi.d.iy the iihdi.y ol'MAUCH. A. D. the lolkrtvieg dejcrilc.l i.ot of lirnititt. siotHie in iba borough ul'tunliury. and umtlfcd in the gcnerul plan ui miiJ liorouii auiubcr "22, bounded euuwardly by lot number .'121, nnd we'lwirdiy by lot niiiiiber ilM, nor;h by Wuortli-hi-iry streci", south by llil'.-erry u.ii-j. uuiu eaouu vi c.ituut-1 con!lou. ue-nea-cd. bnl to ccui'.aer.ce nt S o'clock V. M.. of said dar, when tbo u-rui and cui.Jiliuii: cf s:;lc will be tuai kiiuwu by MAMA TUMMI'SOX, Adui'itSs. Bv oTdcr of tbc Court. 1.607 14 J. A.J. Ci-uuiNiis. CI k 0. C. tiuubury l'eb. to. lijl. 0.611 07 M.tlOI US 17.f.l2 15 16 0H5 (11 , March I., IsSI. Graeral llarlbut'a l.xptMlIif oa, FonTJtKss Mo.Nium, l-'eb. 8. Today's Examiner has the following: Mobile, Feb. 0. The enemy crossed the Big Black Bivcr yesterday, with six regi ment of infantry, two ol cavalry and two batteries, at thu railroad bridge. They attempted to cros at Messenger's, but failed. The city is full of rumors, and some ex citement prevails among the people, though they are generally confident. The enemy is thirty thousand strong, General ltoss whipped their cavalry yesterday, on the Yazoo. CoxsTifATioJt or Tnn Tlowri.i. flow ninny of our ciliii-n arc niftcring from I hi dinea.e. and' ex pecting to le cured by the unc of violent purirntive. deliiliiute tho system, and cause a return of the ili cnfc wilb increased nperity? It it not belter to have a remedy that will cure, hy Riving lerenerth and iior lo Iho tiowcld. enabling them to perform their function in a natural manner ? r-ucli a remedy ia Jloollnnd's tierman Bi'teni." It will not purgu you. hut, by its great invigorating and tonic proper tics, will give your system a tone that wiil euuble it to perforin nil ita functions in a vigorous and natural manner. Fore sale by all druggiiK and dealers in uiulicinc at 75 Cents per bottle Medical men. both Allopathic and Ilomwopathic, wfiuiiiniouy eencur that tbe strong alkali contained tn cofnnion Salvrutus is dctriiiicutul to beallli and faves Ihe wny (or diese. They aUo concur that In rick .4 1 ten's Hold Medal Pnicrntus is Ihe only perfectly burmless ai liclc in the market which can be relied upon. I ' it with crenin tnrlar inrleml of Koda. Cull on ihe firoceis for it. TUcir depot is 112 l.ioerty Mrcel, xcw;iorK COtUMl-MCATEIl. tulm!nnry 4'oniiiiilioB u Curable Iil-IHC Ut A CARD. To Cosscmptivis. Tbe nndersignea having been restored to healtl iua few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after hav ing kxfered several years wilh a fevera lung affec tion, and that dread disease. Consumption is anxl ous to make known to bis fellow-sufferers the means of euro. To all who desire it, he will send a epy of tbe pre i it m warr.inl to cob,r more writer thnn twice thu wription used (free of charge), wilh the directions lame quaintly of lnuigo. mi l tj j., much Urlhor for preparing and using tho same, which Hjey will than m y ota.-r W a-u J'lu-; m ibe inuiket. a a..- . 1 , . , V, . ulve peib i-lly clear M.d docs not settle on iuo find a lur cure for toiuuuiption, Aslhuia, Lroncbi. c0,,e, M u,fl f nie u;i,ur u,., j, yno uux dlJ. tis, Coughs, Colds, 4c. Tha only object of the ad ! S 'lvtU iu bun pint of iii r, mil mnke i s goo.l a fatll)KNT. For acveral dayi pa', tha Governmeol hat Ueu in )Mitlou of fact that liiutad, ! joml a doubt, lo iba t'ituc of a aecrvt uianitaiion of tlialoyal luvn, baking for it object tha forcible rwltano of tha Yankta iiriwtutira, livht at Iba Libby ami oa Uell lla, lha aMaiuatiuu of Iba J'rinidnil, ami Ilia Jualruciiua of iba aoverameul building autl auihahoiia loraltHlbaia. t puia alicubbiB, ihtuf of lit detarll rot), a alinil Iba duly of pcitfiing ll iu)lrlv ti Iba t0, aud Ib'vading lb thuiU ibrougU Iba Ub) Hatha ut ruuiof lu il.ir bead atul aoart-a, I ui tiihttaJ put ibv mailt lato iha baada I lUM hi UMWt t IH;,'MJiUi Uvti-itltv, bi UiiluudUl Ut7 fw-a- ava-ai aaai r a -t i a-a )ltra llraaa aad Ullt,! It, aba iuiiatKi The Sli'KC of .1iurleatan FonntEss MoMtoE, Feb. 8. To-day'a Richmond Enquirer baa been received. It contains the following despatch ; - CiiAni.EbTOK, Feb. C Kighty-eight ahota aero fired at tho city to day, but none were lired at Sumter. Tlie enemy has Ix-en haul ing ammunition all day to Fort Gregg und dimming' Point butierie. There waa a largo tiro on Folly Wand to-day, supposed to Cava been tha burning of the Yankee IiohhihU. A nun-boat i lyinir b'mh and dry in the EilUto Hiver, and it is thought alia will lie deatroyeil. Feb. 7. -The enemy l as been firing on the city, but continue working ou the but teriea and haulim: ammunition. CiiAULuarox, Fab. 0. Kighty ahoti wero fired at tho city to-day. I hit monitor (lrud eleven and riltecn-iiich shell. The steamer . It. rpauldiiig arrived last ninhtfroui Beaufort, leleraphio coininu nieaiion has U'en resumed with New l ern. Tho lU'laili havo retired and all U quiet. Uraud IHtUIuh ol'lhe l l.llpl. C'lJ-CINNATI, Feb. 8. Peapatehoa from Chattanooga, Tenn , dated )ctirday, say that Iba railroad I now oim ii o ('levelutui, Tenn., aud aid 1 i'ln to Kuoivillo In tho (lav. i Ther are report of a aid pead mutiny Iu tha IteUi aimy. iXveiu r aro still com lux In. Tba railroad depot, roiitaintng Quarter tuasirr' store, t ie., al t 'baiuutiia a a burned on rWtoiuay. Tba tuouiilwl to one hundred iIioumiuI dollart. Gvnaral l.oumi' Kedilhin liaa returned ta lluuu.lll wiihout encountering iba eiieiny. Tba IU Ih army U locattnl aruuud Tunuul Hill, luliott anil Homa. Una ibnUMiid and lony tight drsertpr were rUird at Iba I'rovo.l Mardial't OrtUe durinj ihu mouth of January, aad una buudrvd and lm tvma la i iba td luttaiit. a i ill SSSI i la Nila, aritraun aia U rvd hrb rouUli- law oo'UMsia side, loaiiad if ixrptndiruUily tiiio iba yiouatl. tarJ Varualt "rla4 Ictvt Ua VKa. A J i! in Itoircnttcia, Witlinm If. MmIiuH aLd ' No 2t. William M. V, unvcr. I tici.g:rr m ai.ic. I) Y virtue ef an nr-lr if ?.ilo in l'ur:llior.e da F y ctetidn. isaeii out of the Court of Cuiuuion I'K ot Northutubt-rliici ooiuity, l'.ii-ylaui.i. lo n-.o di rected will be expvd lo "public Jalo tit ih- Court liou-eiu the burub ol ui,buiy. on Monday inn Hi!i dny of March. iSal. at I o'clock 1'. .M., the U. lowing deiieriliud roai tsoec lo wli : All certain tin .-wiim'c or eiiht udjo'iiinj Lot of 11 round, tiluutein Hie tonnol Mi m. Coal town ship. ' Northumberland ei-unly. l'cinyh un.a. uud ilicr;bcd iu the iitivr:il l'lsn'of .-ai.l to a una I.o: No. I. '.'. ;i. 4. 3. it. 7 .m l s, in block iiumhi r fil'iy. soxcu ( j7, bouii'ie.l on Ihe uoith bv Areb -trccl, eit by vacant grouint. r. mull by bd No. V. nnd w.-t by l-.ih:h sircet. ou i,ii..'h ai-o cn-cre l n l:u-e Itrick Building callej a t'o'liiiTc or Ae:nlemv. CIIAULKS F. JIAli'if.N, Coroner. Coronur'ii cilice, ouubury, Feb. i.,. l-.il. "ii.iKL,vs iMiit.,) Ifaalers and Consumers id tbo nbovo Celebrated WuhU Ulue, will plca-e take liolic, that tlio 1-abeUi ai ailured to re ' I IKDICO BLUE, l'U T ii at .4 1 Fred illtx-recr's D It l tl 8 I U It E , N'o. 25-i Norih M:co.i) .simci, riiii.Ari:LrniA. The quuli:y of tLu liluc will be the taiuc in evei y rc,iieci I verliser in sending the Prescription ia lo benefit the afflicted, and spread inforiita'.iou which he'eonceives lo be invaluable ; and he hopes every futb-rer will try hi remedy, as il will tost tbem nothing, and may prove blt-ssiuir. farties wishing the prescription will address Iter. EbWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings County, Sew Y'ork. Oct. lO.lrM.-4m . MADAME l'OHTER'8 Ct'RATIYE BALSAM has long lasted Iho truth that there are first principles in Medicine as there u in Science, and this Medicine is ein)uiiiled on principles suited to tbe manifold nature of Man '. The euicof Colds is in keeping open the pores, and crealiug a s;eiitlo internal warmth, and this caused by th use of Ihi Medium, lu re. medial qualitic r bated on it power to assist the healthy aud vigorous cireulaiiouvf blood Ihrouiih lb lunfrs, it eulivent the muscles and assist the skin to perl'oi ui it duties of regulating th heat of the sys tem, and in geutly Ihnmuigufl lb waste subatanc from the surface cf tic body. It is not violent mine, dy, but the emollient, warming, searching aud rflcc tlie. bold by all druggist till aud ii eciil per bottle. ug. I ll' Limn CourLAiM, rrpl'i- Jsundie, Ner vous Debility, and all Uieaes sn.inn lieui a disor derl Liver or Siuwaeh. such a Conslipatiou, rile, Aeblilr of 111 Mloiuacb, Nausea, Aeariburn, Fuluoa or Weight iu the eaomach, Sour Kruclatlons, Sinking or Fluttering at Ih I'll ut' lb Siomscb. tiwtmining f the Head. Hurried and lutDcult lireatlillif . Flut ter un of lb bearl. ClHikiug benauliou wbeu lying dowu, IlimucM u' Yisiou, but or WrU before th Firhl Yvllownera of tb Skin ud Lyes, euddeu FliuJo-s ol Ileal, and Ureal lleprefeiuii ol 8piriit. ar ptwdily and paraiai-auily surod by llooriasB's uiuatt Uitts-bs. sold al Ii cent r bottle by lb pteprivliir. Ir. O. il. Jaiksum I Co , 4la Aura OHe.l, I'hilaUrlphia. and by all drumisu and dea ls rs la aidWiu iu Ih t inted 6ti tad t'aadi Tule HutHurt uwi .V'innf axil unnc ilidicinee. For uiipltil and dangerous disease, us Ukl-MIIOLD H tXTIt ACT liU'Ill', Wbh h klir"i4 lb iadortBiil of th nt 1'KOMINkM 1'iablClA.Sd IN Hit. I M. I now deil lu tMieid kuuiabiiy a a rtia ur lo lb tullowUig divkb4 symptom wigliiaintg huai diea ut abut wl lb liuiuy u kaul flrgus. UmmwbI IWbilUy. aleulal and rhyW4 IWpcMaloa, lluboriilly, DtMUilaalUaf Blool la lb Il4, IWutcd 1 !, Uyxiri. Utneral IrrlubUily, nttMaB4 ti.4 BlMp1wat klgbl, A'ave i-f MiimuIu Lluiwy, L.WUT ApF-HH, tmavuiiua, lm spuita, 1uuIiIchm M r1yl f lb OlgM ol lluiki. I'IH'0" ( l Ut, A4 la f mI, all iL uoaiMiu 4 a - ra4 iHSUiUKd Stole id lb . J taSMi ls fMftm. 14 'its -' ir 11 11 1 i t 1 p. CtaU ul AH a 1 lib a i4t.sa)M am-tlstf a.saa. . ft tw Liquid Ulue iur any that u muuo, ut oue third iho coi At it is retailed at tho si.mc prb e ns thu liuitatiom aodlufurior M'lieli's. hou.v.-kc pc'.'s will find u very much to lliell lulvanluo to k lur ihiii put up ut Vt ILTIIKhUllll's. t.y All UIuo pul upafier tL'juatc iih Barlow' name ou it is au tuu.u.ion. J ho New L10I0 doc uot rennire a .Stamp. For Sale by Siorekecpets gcui-raily. I'eb. Id, Isjl oiu I.W or4ttiiit- for .'tlitrclt 1'., 1 Jacob J. l.ced 2 John C iljf.uiun, 3 John Druher, 4 aume 5 Klai a r.uc'uucr, S Fraucis !.!ute, 7 Hugh Caul, ISitJI. vt Lemuel Chtiuibuliu, vt S:lllC V Cleaver. FajtlvA Co , r. Seiwltolu. Faj.il' 4 (. 0. v U ui. L l-wuit tl al, Vt tf.'IUiO TS D.lliiil 1' Caul 8 The L'ij M m. Imp Co, v 'I li lumgnrdner et al V Kaly Mom m, 1. r oe tsJobnF Wo.ui. -. lU Cciu. if l'er.u'a tor I'iniM-i 11 J Yuudke i bail II Isaac Mr't l v.S D llo-.r and'tv u, Vi vat li J.M Koslian and wii'u v .-oloiuoii Hiomoiis. 15 K Y Uright A foil l: ll.uiun A A (Jiuiun, It John Havers vj i 111 I, Drwurt. 1 j Andrew M V. -twLk, v l. C Cieawr e: al. 16 Catharine Fuller v Juh.iIi.im liunkleb.-rger 17 J.ll. Kakor uij;tie 1'ie-ick M ietiin. la J A J Cuuiuiiiio is li-viMo lllitiu. lit William A 11:1. 01 i'm Wc-t liikiicb A Coal Co 20 Hubert Cauipbill v I ,.Hir Aui!u.:a lownsliip, itt A 1' Lark, vi Join, F t lulo.t . it al ..Coin ot I'mu a f,rS. r-luoeyi. 1' llil;-e-( r;l Jl Michael II oil va Mia lloibin iui r 21 C U Hai-biuin el l n I bos Fuo-i li i al 2i Lliiabcth Uau. s J S liilu.er. adm'r 2n Mary 11 Urcc Iu4 t hers m. l . ll II. i n, V tlC VlU-Vtlt, I..I..I.U li "uts.lL, 2e Dvnj It Mvirj vs J -nil lli.rv. t) JoLu lla.., f ure vt 11 A Ali aiiidrr, JO Wm. Kla" ' alvM.it c Kiato, 1 liMiig V l' ion, . Jcdiatl ki-irr, Si Hank ol Mid.ltou.wa v. amuel .-!. lUiUal I W Kirauu ct al is I'i.il A It It Co i) S Da.ld W "lon vs Jane 11 ui.irou, 4 W thau.U-llia t is J.Jia oris, 4e. 1 S L lvn lio U.uiua-ili r. i? AivmIU WtiMir, v .stu-y C:r A Iraoen, Jasilvard ui u-i a ' ,Vlu - l;'"b-u Ftgfty, I tlliu li.luli.i; i.h.,ou Minxes. itt tiroalur Hull vs.tobn A htiyder, d'r 1 tl l. org I. Waili II lr.iu ii Uturg tidar, Allojal 1'i.bh It. il Juob fail'l Jacob '.i.dore. 41 Joba luiiW!i;r II a !.,.i l niu, 4. I'.i.r K tuar J .... Mi .vl. 4 if 1 tloiu I, vt at is J. J bull iJU iisll 47 h Jauitup, t. I lis-.l.. lb J-ok.oa, ii l ow. ol F" lof D UJ( is D Vi aldro. l l, tf Micbud tiisUam Jciuis I'olio k ii l kil butua Cimily t J.-u M..i :lb aeli.s, 4. 41 Dauiul krcuwi u uJwili X' 44 tliisia 11 M ! tU -ti.J. Liawt 4 Co ' ""'i 44 (aaiM b-a Uiw Vlui-ftl, 4 Fmiw t .it 1. t... IV.r J aweb II 4MI4I.U, Il H 1 ka . 41 m I lil U U Teaty4 Ml f ttUI 14 '" ak, a4 lb wu - M awa4