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The Jcflersonlan Democrat.
. , . - JPLtPa - COMYEHSE, Editor. tiTnToi Ohio rniDir tv iTF The Army of the Potomac Back Again J- cniipaig a or tba Arm; of the rltom U Having ' sueeoufully brassed lb Itapidan, driven Lee back apon tbe Orange and Alctindrla road, fought brisk little battle on oar iofi wing, and Dearly ttd op their limited Bupply of re llobt and forego, a ooopoil of war was held, at hich II m CMtslndod thai a mora to I bo old estnping-ground was diotatodV oy vory aipoet ol the case. Tbe main vov.,ts tot lhi coorta sro these I Short rati' m end difficulty or bringing up mori rM enetr,y atrongly Intrenobed lo a pillion which ooutd notboetrried In .rent without groat low j eery not. nert m.ving li certain that our wounded, In oaie of assault, would irjffer and jle by hundred! before they feould bo eared for. Tbote faett led lo ibe ordrr for Vatreat. There wat no fighting woi even a skirmish.! arid the ontlro army Becvosjed the river with all It irafna Intact. Tbe entire Iota of lliti campaign It 600 killed, woundod. aod mining, of whom 60 only wore killod. The railroad and teltgjaph It In ordor frcw Washington to Rappsbsonock citation. iHPThe remains of tht lamented Cols. Crcighton and Crane, ol tht immortal Seventh, were brought to Cleveland for Jntermeot, and, on Tuesday Inst, the city witnessed a funeral pngennt unprece dented in it history. Bainea was tut pended, and all joined in doing honor to tbe beroio dtmd. The House Organized—Colfax Speaker. To apite of ait (he etTorta of Conserva tive ELheridgft of Tennessee, Clerk of tbe 2i.it Uouse, th delay an organitiiion yes terduy, the Union moo came np io oid column and promptly perfected the work -by placing I be nnrna of membeii rejected on a quibble by the Clerk upon the roll, nd electing Hon. Schuyler Colfax, of In dians, Spenker, on the first trial. The vote atood ColfHX 101, Cox of Ohio it, Hiagi Malory 10, Stebbioi 8, Diw-oa 1 i, Blair 2, Siylea 1. A good beiinning nd a good diiy'a vi oik. If irald, Tuesday Aforuh.ff. ' Arkansas. , from Fort tSumb, Arkaniai, lo the 3d ioit., itatei tbal the rebola are ttretohed long tba Liulo Miuouri Rnor, (a branoh of the Washita in the southwestern part of the Statu, from 75 io 100 miles south of Fort Smith.) Tno right wiug of tbe rebol foreot under Oat). Price la noar Washing ton the left wing undur Caliol la at Huddo 1p aod tbe contor undor Mirmndukd Is la tbe vioiulty of Murfreusbnro. It Is (hougbl that tbeto foreoa aro propariog to tlaok Fort Smllb or Little Rook. Ton rebel general Cooper ia lit Iho Red River Valley, aod Btunnerall fa in tbe Oreek Na tion. Tholr tout foroe ia estimated at 31, 00 , The Nomination of Mr. Colfax. Tba nomination of Mr. Colfax, of Jo tjlane, aa the Uoioo candidato for Speak er of the House by acelamnlioD, is an bonor and mark of confidence well dt aervad. A Waabington dikpatoh aayt: Colfx hai made, io several reapecta, a remsricabla canvass. Ha hat passed through tba eootest, which retulted in fi nally crowding every competitor ba bad ofj the irack without tniikiog a tingle pledge of any position lo a tingle member, without entering into a tingle combination of any kind, wiib any of the oaodidaiet for other offices, without auy bargains, aod without a drop of liqour io hit rooms. It ia a high tribute to him that, after a canvass !ike that, ba waa nominated by acclamation." '-lr. H iwolls, editor of the Ashtabnla Sctitl, aod Senator elrei in the Ashtabu la, Like aod G-ugs dittrlot, walked over tha oo rse to the tana of 10,100 msjur'iy oer iba copperhead candidate. Thai will o. The Loss of the Seventh. Tba following la a oorreet list of tbe offl aert and a partial list of tba enlisted men killed aod wooaded COMPANY A. Lieut. D It Brown, of CIoveTaod, wooaded jo 10a teg, aligns, forporal Colletl, wounded. ' COMPANY C. L'cof. J. 0. Jones, of JeSorsonvilte, Msd hroo C, wounded in arm aod body, badly COMPANY D. tiientaaaol O. I. L-tokvood, Palnetvllta, oendod in tba raea. slight. . . v Lieutenant . H. Bihm,, Cloveland, woundea In tie arm, sngnt. Bergtaol Wilsno. corporal Nh. Jntoph iSvhuo, toaoj Miae r "seraia, wouaueu. COMPANY F. J.ieutenant II N. Speocsr, Chardoo, waon.4od In let, tltzhUv. Seraaol Stratton, J.iba BtptlsL William Joboson CS') "ooortod j Oliver OrluBt.ll, COMPANY H. Otptala W. J. pradou, wooaded io tbe lag.aavM. . COMPANY A. Captata 8. MoCioHae, Tuogttowi wauaded in tha arm anJ foo. serera. Chariot Oleottvnolnf. -Wright, V7ab- star, Johutoo, 0:lt frlarilo, L. 7), Oatea, evouuata. COMPANY A. COMPANY I. UebJenaot" ioioph , Crvne, ClovoUod, killed. L'eul. O cms rusident nl the Wost Bide. H waa a lraa and faithful yopug naan. Ho fo!i at the bead of bis company, aod died la tbe eereautt state of mind. COMPANY H. .- Lieotonani C- Netper, wounded In thigh, savor. Sargeaot Haekstfb'. hip, tsverety Iba Falser, leg empuiaioo i- Wanilol, left ahn .'Roauet, right ebiij C. Deita. v -llebbcet Cats or Ma.' Omnia. Wo ara by Cuosdlaa papers that tba esteoi'Red jeatb again at Cuntul General Gtddljrt Kaa baaa asaigned for Jieariog Deaembat' ITtb. "TVa ooaoael ara' Mr. Delvio for faintUr,and Maatra. Parkine vd Stephana for "daode3l,. Pamsgva alaini fof tha itegatf rari Ukva by tfataataant in Bia mtppkf tha piaialif ff000. COMPANY H. The Seventh at the Battle of Ringgold. I ! j We following account of lha part wbicb borne by ibe Seventh Ohio lo tbe of Rio"foM' uk la ho battio of Lookout Mountain on Iho S4h of November, iia Seventh, which a la Geary's Division., lougbt bravely. The Brlgsdo eontlij of tbe'Tib, 29th, 69b, 6b Ohio, and 146th and 23 h Penn sylvsnla. t-, Wll commanded by Col. Can dy of the C Jib Ohio. The estaul ting force we extoudod in line to a is partially en itrole the mountain, up which the moo bad 10 Bllmb pari Of ibo way on tbeir haods and kneea. At toon aa the flint opened. Col. Canday rotircd, on tha ground of having tusiained tomalnjjry Iriim an accident. ; The Brigade was bow under ooiuinnod of Col. Creighton of tho Sevuotb, aod there it no necessity for saying that it waa led bold ly op In the face of tbe foe, and took honor able ahara io the victory. In that battle the ?tb toil eight meu wouoded,tbough none severely. Nut dsy the valley wat crottod and Mis lion Ridge wat taken bv our troops, the Grigado undur Col. Creighton liking hon orable part. . Hore tome two or throe io tbe 7(h wcio slightly woundud. On I he 26'h the adraooa of Hooker's eorpt look up the route for Ringgold, and after a rapid aod fatiguing march, reached that place about seven o'clock on tba morn ing ol the 27th. Tho rebels wero carnpt-d about four tnilel from whore our forces rested. Cot. Croigbtou't Brigsde wliich bad been reduced in nnmhort by thu, de tailing of tho fith aod 39:b Ohio lo act as guaras otar the prisoners takon in Iho bat- tlot of Loukoot Mountain and Mission Ridge wat agaio In tho ad? shea. It was ten o'clock in ibe morning. The infantry were posted around tho base of Iho hills, but had no arliliory, the pontoons having failod lo arrive lo time to that the guns oould ba transported across the Chick mauga, whioh had lo be erossod eight limes botwoon Ciiattanooga aod Ringgold. A large force of the enetnv were poaiod on a sloop hill oalled Pigeon Monntain, about half a mile from Ringgold. It wit Im portant to dtsloilgo ihom, but maduosi lo attempt lo do it without tho astittaooo of artillery to eovor the assault. But ordort oipo from Oon. Ooary for Creighton't forco to take that hill al once. Not a mm but held tho attempt to be no better than madnoss, jet do man hesitated Col. Crolghton drew op hit tnon in Una ot battio and tnulo a speech characteristic of the man. Pointing up iho hill with his sword be laid, ''Boja, wo're ordored lo go op that hill. 1 want you lo walk right up It." With that brioftpeeoh ho wived his word and led hit men up tho stoop ascent. Uomolested by artillery ibe enemy above were able to pour down a terrible Are of muikutry upon tho adrnnelng troops. To mount the crest of tbo hill exposed to moti a murdoroos Are was Impossible, aod our moo were, chocked. Creighton, teeing a ravine near by, ordered his men to- right obiiquo into It, and tbon Ibey aommenood olimblog op It. . At tbia moment the rebel lira wat sus pended, and our moo, thinking Ibe enemy had retreated, gave a shout of exultation aod rushed impetuously up tbo bill, Col Creightoa teadiog aod cheering on bis moo. Tbo exultation of tha brava follows was but abort livod. They had readied hall way op whon both aidea of the ravine were liuod with leaping fire, and a hail storm of bullett rained down on that devotod band. They did not falter but poshed on more vig orously. L'eut. Joseph Oryno, a bravo and noblo offloer, belnvod by hit mon, full, thot through tha body. Hit men cheokod tholr advance and gathored round bim Said he, Boya, don t mourn for me I'm happy now. A lew mluulea more and I shall be gone." He livod about A floe o ininutei lon ger, but did not tpeak again. Sorrowfully, but nerved anew so ven geaooa thoy agaio altotnpted lo climb the fatal tteep. But the air waa thick with doatb winged messengers, and It "is Im possible to make way against tha terrible hall of ballots. Fool by foot tba arltiot and demoted band ttrove lo make their wav. Suddenly Col. Creighton, tha brave, the no ble, tho idolised leader ot tha veteran Sov aotb, fell. A rifle ball bad patted ibroogh hit left arm, or ashing tha booa, and striking downwards Into hit left tide and eomploiely Ihrongb hit body. At be fell ho eiolalmad "O my dear wife r Those were were hit lat words. H j dlod a few minmci after Five mlnuiet aftarwardt It seamed an aga to those In that ravine of earnage, the brava Liout. Col. Crane fell. , A robot bol lot from above entered bia skull in front. and ba full dead Instantly. Tbia waa a tor rlblablow to tba gallant Sevomb, wbote Idolised ootnraiodari bad fallen aod left iuem wnnoui a icauer. , uiuoere aod men wara falling en all aidea. Tba brava Arfju taol Baxter bad reached twe-iblrds of the ascent and foil wltbln Iba grasp of tbo ene my lo the extreme adraooa of tba assault iog parly. Dispirited by tba fall of their leaders, and enable to fae tha bell of Are aod lead that stormed do wo on them, they alowlyand sullenly retired, bringing with mem tha body ol Iboir lamented Colonel. Tba body of Lleoi. Col, Crane wat toon al tor bronght lo.at wero all iba wounded bat Aojuteot ttkXler, , A? tbe fool nf the hil) tho little remnant of tut Bflhle Seventh gathered arodnd the remains tlf lber beloved taadera, heartsick and torrowful. Th bad laid down a price less taoriAce on the attar pf tholi aouotry, and tba sacrifice wis majs In vain. "The ea rner of tba "Agbtlog Seventh" wat aver. In day wat dono, aud lit alar had tet la Its bast blood. Two buodrad and l vulva of ibar brava reglmeot bad gone Into battle, and only a hundred and fourteen bad eoaia out af It nntoalhed, Nioely-aighl nearly ono half were killed or wounded. At half past three o'oloek lha arliliory ansa up, aod a few well-directed ibolts did what Iba Uvea of aa many brava asen bad been aspaoded In vain ta do. - Tba bill waa lakea. ' i,-v ,- , Wbao ear foreei took posietttloo of tba 'iblB tbey foaad elnktng avVdenaa of Ibe io- ' - J" - kl.' AJI.l.-a ft. ... THE wouodwd, It la feared, mortally, bad tarried aver to tba back of too monotsln, stripped of btt boota, pantatooos, vast, aoat, bat, watob, and about $198 ia money, and left exposed tbut naked, la dia an lha bleak blllside. Tba Seventh went Into Iba battle of Ring gold commanded aa follows i Co. A Lieut. Dwight H. Browa. Co. B, Sergeant Cutler. Co, 0, Liout. Jone. , , ' Co. D, Lieut. Lookwood. ., .... v Co. E Orderly Sergeant Kelohnm. Co. F, Liout. Sponour, '! Co. O, Capt. Braduo. Co. 11, Capt. McClollaa. Co, 1, Lieut. Cryne, C. K, Capt. Xreiger. Ol all tha commissioned officers, only one escaped unhurt Capt. Rroiger. ., Tbe eolora of tbe rogimool were carried into tha very thickset of tba fight, but brought out safely. In all lit terrible ax porieooes, the Old Seventh bas never once let tit aoton go Into tba bandt of tba ene my, although to ba aolor boarer in that reg lmeot It an almost certain assuraneo of wounds or doath, Tbe oolor bearer in tbia Aghl wat wounded. Surgeaot Mnjor Tilde!, as soon as our forces wero repulsed, wout la Gen, Hooker's headquarters aod reported lha deaib of Creigtuoo aod Crauo. Gun. Hooker raised both hands in surpiissaud griuf, tiolaiming, "My Oodl they aie two ol the best mon in tbe army I" Oon. Bullet field, obief of staff, at once gave ordera lor tbo removal of ibeir bodies lo tba rear. Thoy wero taken in obargo by Sergeant Major Tisdel, and taken lo Cbatlanooga. Profitable Investments—Five Twenties. - The Philadelphia North American givet tome excellent advice 10 those Who wish lo invest money. It it well for all who are in fundi lo beed the counsel: Though money baa been temporarily acarce, cap ital oootinuea abundant; and tba leoent tumble in tba atock market baa brought eapiialiatt lo a realiaing tense of tba uore liable character of many of the aeouriiiet dealt in. It ia greatly io the credit of the Government thai ita loans, of all the secu rities daily dealt in on lha market, have maintained Ibeir integrity of price belter than almost anything else. Ita Five Twenty year six per cent, loan, the Inter eat on wbich ia promptly paid in gold, baa been subscribed to, although ti e pressure in the money market, at an average of more than two millions a day. And what is not tbe leail gratifying fact in connec tion with the daily Urge subcoriptior.t to tbit popular loan, sonrcel any of it it re turned to tbe market for a'ale. It is taken for investment, and it held with uufalt. r ing confidence in ill reliability. And wby ehould it not beT II is men Ibat Iba Got ernment now, after two years of lha most gigantio war that tha world baa ever known, experiences no difficulty in com mand ing iba nrcesiary meant lo prose cute it, or in paying regularly lha inierett in gold aa it falls due. It tbia can be done while the war ia being waged, who can anticipate any difficulty In readily accom plishing it when the war shall be ended? What better investment then, for capital, than tba Five-Twenty" Government loan? But il any doubt, let bim refer to lha atalistiaa furnished by tha eentua ta ble! of the vartoua nationa of the world. The facta whioh they present will prove the most eatiifaclory mode of dispelling tne numoeriesa cloorav apprehensions bich are l eing continually conjured up bv those who are disnosej lo H air ire rale the extent of tba calamity occasioned bv our rebellion. A reference lo lha state of most of the prosperous nations of the old world clearly disproves such a position. and ahows ibat the bigheat conditiona of national advancement have not been ma terially affeoiod by the extended wara in which those nations have been immtmo rinlly engaged, and that a heavy national indebtedness baa not proved an unmitiga ted evti. For instance, Great Britain, Franea and the Netherlands will undoubtedly ba con ceded to represent tha highest presperity mm una oeen auatneu oy any 01 tne Eu ropean nationa. And yet no nationa have been called npon lo endura fiercer or more prolonged wara, domeatic and for eign, than they. The effect baa beon, un questionably, 10 incur an enormona na tional indebtedness; oat neither their wars nor their indebtedness hat bad Iba effect to destroy tbeir elasticity, nor lo check tha progreta of their general prosperity. Iba rrtnlt would have been different, probably, if these nationa had been falling into decay, instead of being.aslhey really were, in a atala of development; and in tbia reapeet their easa resembles ours, with enormoue advan'.agea in our favor. These unions, while underiroinir tba tri als of war, were oppressed by the evilt of an immense exodntof Ihelr people.cauted by lha density of ibeir population, tha the impossibility lo provide occupation for i nam, ma low price ol labor, aod tha scarcity of territory. Compared wiib our own country, they possessed alicht room for future development; tbew wero tallied in every part, and no vaat territory lay Invitingly open to encourage enterprise and eeolemtnt. Their great problem haa aver btru what lo do with tbeir aurplua population, which, in ita turn, haa aought new neios tor adventure and self-support io countries like our own. where an illim itable territory Waits to ba developed, and where incalculable resources invite indus try and energy.) Tha enoouragement to oa aeriveo nom these iscts and eomnari tont of elrcnmitancei is very irreal. and io tho mind of any dispassionate reasoner It eonolutiva that lha courte of tbia great country la onward and apward, and Ibat ita credit will live unimpaired to tba and. EXECUTIVE MANSION. WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 7. Reliable information having been re calved that the insurgent force is retreat ing from East Tennessee, rendering probable that tho Union forcea aannot hereafter be dislogvd from thst important position, and esteeming this lo be of blgb national eonsrquenee, I recommend tbal all loyal pcodle do. on receipt of this in formation, assemble al iheir placet of worship and render special homage aad gratitude lo Almighty God for this great advancement of lha national eausa. WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 7. (Signed.) A. LINCOLN. Tba Out session of tba Legislature of ma new otate ei Virginia, comprising lha csstern eouoties or tbo Old Dominion. Domini will convene io AWxandrla oe Honda, at ieiv.iA.li - I ' -. Exciting News from Knoxville—Desperate Fighting and Splendid Victory. - A special dispaieb of Nov, S9th to the Ciucinnatl Canelte says "Tbo great' rebel blow, anxiously aotioipated, to long, wat struck Iba morning. Ra-inforeed by Ibe troopt of Sam. Jonea,' Jones, Jaokton and Williamt, Oen. Longslreet sought to anni hilate tha Army of the Ohio by a tingle blow fir which ba telected toveo picked regiments. Skirmishing eommenoed last night alien, and eontinnod tbarply colli nearly daylight on our left, , before Fort Ssonders, commsndod by Gen. Ferrer, and defended by the 79th New York. Benjs mln't SJ (j. -6. arliliory. and Buckley's Rhode Island battery. Our pickets were driven in, and the enemy had possessed irmmselvos of tome rifle-pin, but the Mass achusetts bnys drovo Ihom bsck. '' Suddenly tbe rebel storming parly, led by tha 16ib and 17ih Georgia and 13th Mississippi,' un der cover of our own retreating men, asms lo lha assault, end approached lo within one hundred yardt of the fort unharmed. Then ensued a tceoe of desperate daring, stub born rasislsnce, death, carnage and horror, scarcely rqualei during the war. Those men, veterans of the Potomse and the flow er of Longitroot's army, confident of tbe promised victory,' plunged Into a bailing hell of load. Wiros bad boen strelohed from scump In stump, In front of the worki, by Captain Poe. Over iheio lha advanc ing enemy fell in confused hcapt with the killed and woundud around Ihom. Our ar tillery men hurled shell by hand forward upon Iho fallrn and doomed rebels. Hot and hotter came tbe norm, of tbol!t. The ground over which thoy passed was carpeiou wtin ino stain, iho ditch wss filed with the doad, wounded end dying Not one on thoir side faltored not a score of the gallant stormors oscspr-d. Tho tun riling looked down through lha cold milt end chill of that November morning, upon the romslns of an army. Ooe thousand killod and wounded and prlsnnois, was lha cost of the assault of Fort Saunders. Nobly ost it lustalncd iho reputation of ill name tako, fearfully revenged hit fall. Among the killed were Col. Olrarde, of tha I3tb Mitslssippl, and Liout. Colonel O'Brlon, tbe brother of Mrs. Brownlow, Is a prisoner. '' General Burnsido ('flared the rebels an armistice from Ion o'clnok In the morning till five o'clock In Iho afternoon lo remove thetr wounded and bory thoir dead. It was aocepted. The rebel offiners and prisoners express astonishment at tbe strength of our workt and tba valor of our men. Our Ion will not reioh 60, all'told. Over 60 of tbia eoosisti of membera nf lha 27ih Kentucky, who were captured on tha south tide of the river. Whether Longttreet la satisfied with tbe impregnability of Knnxville we know not, w hut his next tnovetnnnt will be msy be predicted with - cotif.donce. Besides 260 prisoners, wo have tlireo battle flags, ooe of which wat planted on our wcrkt at ona lime. ! " i - 7 A Cumberland Gip dispatch of tba Id announces Longitreat'i whole cavalry force on Clinoh River, within twenty mllct of ibe Gap. Thero had beon charp fighting at Walker'a Ford, twenty milet from the Oap, between our forcea under Gen. Foster and tbe whole of Longttreot't cavalry. Foe- ler attempted to eroti Clinch River, but waa repulsed, wiib a Ion of fifty. Ho, however, oaplured four piccct of arliliory. It it tup potea inal bongstreet t cavalry are endeav oring to keep open hit road Into Virginia, and that be will hardly dara to make any aemnntiration on iba Gap, which la re garded impregndblo. After iba battle at Jonetvllle, tho 16th Illlnoit ctvalry left their two surgeons back lo care for tha rebel wounded. On tha xd they wera found murdered t One was Dr Hrlstoad, formerly of Ohio. Major Boam, with a portion or the 16th, waa tent from the Gap on tha IJ. on a million of ven geanoo. Tha 129ib Ohio wat reported en gaged oa Ike 8J. Result not known. HEAD QR'S PROVOST MARSHAL, 19th District of O, Warren, Nov. 21, 1863. Notice la hereby given, that ant person Enrolled for draft, may appear , before the Board of enrollment al this office at any lima beforo Iba 20ib day of December 1863. and claim to bava bit name tiricken off tbe tin, if ba can sbow to tbe satisfaction of the Board, thai he la not, and will not ba at lha time fixed for lha oext draft, liable lo Military duty on account of 1st Alienage, 9J Noo Residence, 3d Uusuitablonesa ol age, 4tb Manifest permanent phyiioal disa bility Personi who may be eognbnnl of anv othar personi liable lo Military duly whote names do ool appear on tbo eurolltneot Hit, aro requeued to notify tha Board al onee, In order thai tholr names may be en DARIUS CADWELL. Capt, and Provoft Manhat. 10th District Ohio, and Presldont Board of Eurollmenl. From Memphis. It MiMFBia, Dee. 6'.h. Gn. Cbalmtre and Lee, commanding tha rebel lorcea at wicked. Moscow and Lafayette, on tba, Memphii and Charleston Railroad, yea- terday noon and burnt Lafayette and aoma email oridgea on tbe road. Wo repulsed mem as moaeow. . vol iiatcu'a cavalry lunowea ineir retreat and lorced tbem to another fight four tntlea, and again r putted Ihtca. Between to and SO of their dead wara found on lha field, and amongst tpeai wero inree omaere. ineir dead and wounded ara Mattered along tbe road, and in addition to lliia ihreo wagon loada or their wonndad wera taken away. Tha eiiiaent tay tbay acknowledge ibemtelvea osuiy whipped. Their lout will probably reaen iuu, our lose ia 9 tilled, 41 wound ad. and 41 missing. Col. Hatch of tba li Iowa, commanding a brigade, wat aa rioualy though not dangerously wounded, a aau piercing through tba right lung. Tba telegraph (a working lo Corinth lo ony, ana tbe railroad will ba working to morrow. , . . :. : - ' At ibis writing, five r. M.,flrlag la board is wo wiraauw w .Moscow, - OaoaraJ- 8raa bia aaofarathmbk 1 v tba hiiittvot9pm pruniem. I ', Gen. Burnsides Fights Five Battles in Four Days. Tha New York -HermU tblokt that tho eooduct of General Buratida and bia army haa beon all that tba coon try coold detlre. Five battles in four days, from aa army In retreat before a superior force, epeakt all tba praise that eould possitily be given la a eoatmander or bit man. . Longstreet, it ap pears, threw a force, Saturday, November 14, aver iho river, near Loudon. Gon, Bura- aide immediately gave battle ta tbia fovea, and drove It la lha river, where it wat doubt- leal covered by artillery on lha ether aide. Burnalde appears to hava beon sucoessfut, and to bava done all that eould hava boon dooe in this first battle) but, at Longttioel wat able to erosa a larger force at night. Burniide retired lo Lenoir, . At that place, on Sunday, the 15th, the second battio was fought. This time Longs treet bad tha of fensive, aod waa repulsed. Burniide, outnumbered, but eorrainly not outfought, aontlnued hla retirement, but, aa lha porault waa hot, ho fought a third, and apparently a aevera battio, on Monday at Campbell Station. Unable to maintain bit poaliioo, ba again retired, and fought bit fourth battio a abort distance iu tba rear of tha Cold upon whioh the second was foughl. On Mooday night ho again withdraw, on Tuesday Inughl a fifth battle near Knnx ville. and expeotod another on Wedoesday, Iho 18th. -' Such Is tbe brilliant record of the courage and enduranco of Burnside'a army and of the tonaoity of ihst Oenoral. An army not greatly loporior in nnmbert could not have kept the impelut of ita advaooe agaiott tucli puriiiioncy at Loagetreet't did t nor oould an army not of the first ordor in iia moral, or not admirably handled, bava marobed and foogbt as Burniide did. w AsntKOToN, u io. w Moi hereon wat elected Clerk, receiving 101 yotea agaiott 89, for E ib ridge. Ho wat tben deolarsd elected aod entered on tbe duties nf bit of fice. ' .-''... .... v i .' Ordwsy, of Now Hampshire was alooted Sergeant at Arms. Tbu President will not send lo his mes sage lilt to-morrow at twelve aod a ball o'oloek . ' Tbe Home re-elected Ira Ooodenough lha pretont inciinbenl, doorkeeper. He re ceived nlnoiy-olght voles, soventy-nlne being necesssry for a choice. W. S. King, of Minnesota, was re-blected Post Matter by 104, out of 106 votot call. ' : . tWTht Richmond Enquirer of the 4th has a diipstch from Bragg, dated Dalioo, Georgia, Deo. . to General Cooper, lay ing iba enemy bad fallen back aoron tbe Chickamauga, deitroying everything in route, including railroad track aud bridg- at. Tbeir loss wat beavy in Ibeir attack on our rear guard. , ibe Jiuquirer, or the nn haa a dispatch from Charleatoo tha 4ih. . A alow fire wat kept up to-day on Sumter, Sullivan and Jamea Islandi. Tbo enemy baa not re newed firing on the city, but la mounting mora guna on Wagner.baaring on tba city, and bava also uomatkad a new baitary. JVLongtlraet began hit retreat . from Knoxville on tbo 7ib, and our cavalry, under command of Uet-aral Shackieford, (tbo John Morgan eaptor,) aia io clots pursuit of hla rear. arTha Rebela made a ihow of cross ing the Rspidan on Saturday, aending a amall force over at aaoh ford, but did not mako any demonstration in foroe. They took possession of Gen. Meade's old signal stations and bava a fine view ol all our movements. , jOTTbe Commerciars Chattanooga dispatch of ibe 7ih, says Hardee is slowly falling back from Daliun with Bragg's whipped men. Tha mountains of Eatt Tsnoesiee ara filled with rebel deterteri and stragglers. . jtyDispatohet from Onattanooga rep resent all quiet, and alata that Bragg hat been removed from command of the Reb el foreei; that Hardee, of the "Tactici," ia in hia place, and ia making great efforti lo gather op ibe fragmeota of tbo arm? and whip Grant awlully. : . We hava New-Orleane datat to tba t31 ulL On tha I ttli.Gen. B tnkt tailed Irom Braioa with a fleet of tix iiearoshipi, and took possession of Corpus Cbritli Pass. Tba latest dispatches say that wa now fiotsets aod will bold Braios Santiago la and.Poini Issbel.Browotvills.Fort Brown and Muttaag Island. A Chattanooga ditpateb of lha ti lott, tayt: Tba movementa of our army ara eootraband. Tho boapitala are. full of of tba wound4 of both armies. Refugees snd deterlert report lhal Gjo. Bragg baa been reinforced Bear Dalioo, Go., oy Jot Johntton. EotToa of Diatoeasv Oxaa 8iti With your permission 1 wish io say to tba readers of your paper, lhal 1 wUI aand by return mail laall who wiah il, (tree) a Reope wiib lull directiona for makinij and using a simp's VefalableBalm that will cQeuiually reinova. In Tan days. Blotches. I'lmplea, 'i'an.Fraeklea and all Inu-uriltea ol iba Skin. Inaving tha the sane sefL elsar, smooth and Deautiful. I will alao mail free lo those having Bald (leads or Bare Faeea, simple diieciiune and information that wlUanaUe them to atari a full growth of L.uiunani iiair, natasara, or a moustaeas,in lasa than thirty days. Alt apoicealiooa answered by rstara mail, wiiboai chars e. Reapaetfuly youis. . TUOMA8 F. CHAPMAN. Chemist, ImTSaw 4 Kb. 831 Broadway, . V. DR. TOBIAS' VBNBTI AN HORSE LINIMENT, ia plat bottles, Fries So cents. ' 646 Main 6t , HAaTFoao. Conir. 1 Da. Tuaiaa Dear Sir I hava bean In tba livery business for lha last tweaty years, aod during lhal lima hava used all lha va rious lioimenia aad lotiona of tba day, but never hava toond aa article equal to your Venetian Horta Liniment..; 1 bava fairly tasted it oa my horses lo distemper, sprains, eats, ealks, twellingt of ibe glands, Asa., aa alto for rheumatism aa myself, nod have al wava found it aa invalaabla remedy. ' Respeotfully years. U. LITCHFIELD Bold by all Druggists. 0000, 66 Oort- lanat otreel, Hew York.,. t 7X41. NOTICE Tb Dadaralf aad bas baea duly fppoiaied aid aahAad aa Adminbma. irla ol the aau u J Rasbaa I Hamy.eeeeased, Uta el Balabtidge, Gaa.aa Ceyniy. Ohio. :Mabildga,Daa. 11 k, l v IMif rtUMOTJIY aaddat Saad at atf COMMERCIAL. Chardon Market—Retail Price Current. Reported for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, Reported expressly for the JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT, by Messrs. WILKINS & KELLEY, Chardon. Darss FauiT Apples enoica- 7 UUTTBa Cholc .(.......ulltl. SO to S3 Uoma Java aeilb. ih K'o"" per lb. 40 Oroand . r-... ...... per Ib. 7H Dandelion .parlb. - u& Plantation . .,..dw Ik ' an CtjatAara tngli.h-. ....per lb' i CAi.aa Tallow-- parle. u Bteanne .oar Ib. I Ai. uv Com lnfcar parka so ahallM -. -.-."i-pai blah aa laiiHi Eoat... ..perdosea it Fkob 8upetrina..--per bar no Extra "--per barrel 7 riO iouwi pvr Barrel - - i no White Wheat.... r... .... . . -. - ." a io Fisn UryCod --perlb IX White.-.. per Mbbl t 00 White per lb. a Trout --perlb. 8 Trout K barrel $87X Mackerel oar lb. CtSK Hsv per Ion 10 to tl 00 Foui-ravChickena dressed ..pel lb. M I.1IB-... nar ll. isu 1 uraeye areaaea per Ib. 7 llATa..-. hmh.l 50 Oils Lard white strained) ....per gallon 1.90 Linseeo par gal. 1 Coal Oil par tal., (beat) 6i 62 K : 7i 12 Rrct Prime psr lb, Raisiks Box-. Valentla Kaisins par lb. ! Laysrs partb. i .......pat box M. K. Kaisins oar Loi at &0 3) Sraur Golden ...-per gallon 87 Uolden bxtra per gallon MolasaesNew Orleana neraalloa . ti 0 90 90 8 oo A a Crushed aud granulated per lb. ruivarixea-. perlb Coffee (white) par lb. J Coffee (yellow) ........ .. ..par lb 18 15 Brown ear lb Htf le 16 Soar Chemical (bar) 10 Transparent (bar)-- 10 Yellow perlb. 7 t 8 Uasiils perlb. Bl Toilet bare ISM Tat.i.ow perlb. .. to BAl.T.hbl. I S uo.saek w Cork Mist 1 3 30 MARRIED. In Claridnn. ar the reai'louoo of 8. Has -man. Nov. 23th, 1863. by Samcol McGnni- tal. Esq . Mr. CALVIN C. ROBINSON, of Russell, and Miss MARY JANS EU3SELL. of Newbury, Geauga County. . Ia Hambden, at tba residenca of Elder Taylor, the bride's father, on lha 28th Inst. bv'Rav. W,n. H. Wilson. Mr. HARRY T. BURDICK. of Hartford. Washington Co Wit , and MRS. HELEN T. PRATT. In Newbury, on the 25th day of October, 1363. by Semuol Robinson. Esq.. Mr.. RI LEY ALEXANDER, of Newbury, lo Miss LORINDA WEBSTER. DIED. n BKNJAMIN B. OOK70N, ajted jears. The deceased waa one ol lha old residents of this County, having resided tu Clnridon over thirty years. Ha waa familiarly known to tha people ol this town, as an upright and honora ble man. In Munmn, Nov. 81st, ALFRED EU GENE, child of James and Hirriut Spaul ding, aged 6 years and 8 months. Little Qcuie was a prcoiout child to alt who know him. Ho wat above bit yeart. He ripened fast for hoaven. Hd wat at pa tient es a little lamb, during suvou weeks of groat suffering. Ha loved his little play mates very tnuob, aod would bava tbem called in to see him very often. He said to his friends one day. whilo ho was tick, "When we gbt to hearon, wo tball not - be tick any more." May oar Father In Heaven comfort the afflicted parenta. , W. H. W. I . K and UlANTUA-naking. Tba Underslgnsd, Dress snd Manlau-Makers. would respectfully say to the eitiasm of this place and vicinity, that they hava located in Chardon 'or the purpose of practising their pro fession inl I iu various branches They are now receiving direct from the City of N. Fork, Patterns snd Drafts of the LATEST ft MOST F.S010.UBLB STUBS, and hops lo receive a share of the public pat ronage. WDrcsses eot and made to order on the most reasonable larms. tShnp, one door east ef tha residence of Mr. 8am us I bquire. MARY E. CROWNINGSHIELD, MAHTl A-MALLOMY. Chardon, Dae. 11 ih, 1863. 72tmJ NEW TIN-SHOP and ' . j HS. WOODi. BROTHER, hiving pur chased tha Eateblishmaai recently ownsn by 8smusl Fa-iire, would announce to tha people of Chardon and vicinity, inai iney are now pre- oarel to furnish all kinds ol 7 mware. and no all kinds of work la their tins, on larms sslow aa any. A good supply of Tinware kept constant ly on hand. tSr Repairing done on abort aotiaa. Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. Chardon. Santambar lh. tM3 TI4f PORTLAND HYLIC, LICENSED A UCTIONEEB, Bortok, Gxacea C0..OBIO, . Will sell Stock and other property at auetlon Terms, reasonable. October tilth, 1863. . WlmS DR. WM. C. TYLER has loeattd al Fowler's Mills. Munson. Gesuia County, Ohio. O-Omce over M. Egglasteu's otora. Munson, Sept. Uth, 1863. 713 FlaxSeed. rpHB Subscriber will pay tbe HIGHEST MARKET PRICK 10,000 Bushels of FLAXSEED, Delivered si his store In Baiton - ' ' U. CRAMTfJN. Burton, October SnJ, IMS. 7l6m3 yLOOK toyoBf own Interest. f HiE andsrsif nsd would sty to lbs eablle thst A as Is prepared to tarnish - Fralt-Trees. SHRUBS & nts of alt kinds In general cultivation to be deliv ered at aoy paint in Geauga. Couaty, in lha aprlng of last, from the late William Case's Nurasry ...r CUvalaad, Obi.. Ssnd oj&. "ty-N Ckagrla Falte, Ohle. - IBtf 8TATE OF OHIO, OE-i AUOA COUNTY, SS I fraroeUe Bingham, Pitt, VI la lha Coert Coas . snoa Plata. . ' PaUt'n for Divorce. joah Uithar ningnam.aii v ... rphEaakd sat'sndanl ia hereby notified that the X aaid plaioita, on lha 84tb day of Nov., A. D. 1863. filed in said Court bar petition afainat him, praying for s divorce, and for cause she alleges that, al tba lima the defendant waa mar ried to the plaintiff, ha had a former wlia living to whom he bad bean, before Ibat time, Wgally joined iamarrUacand aao tha aaM defendant baa bean willfully a Sean l from lha plaintiff for mors thai, three ywars. Said petitioa also pvaya that aaM aiaintm oa rest or aa is nav farmer name of Preiaelta Hiekok. sod that said painUfl'kava the eastody al eaU mtnosehlia. Bampauiien will be for hearing at the nan taraa af Casrt ta be bald at OberdVaria aaid Couaty, aa tba ltb ? i1t0m,f (i!ril.X as SMITH, . Mwa - fUlnluTs Atterawya.. ASTfcD, 10 000 doaaeeoforCaabjal wjuauao ttsuiiBs v. MISCELLANEOUS. TMaSeeratciry sf th T rest a tar r bat not yet gtvan notice of any Inienilon io withdraw thlt popular Loan from Sale at Par, and until ten day! notice la given, iba anderslgnad, as Cfcfrnl avtfeserlW nan Af ent,M will aontlaue lo (apply tba public. " - .: , Tha whole amount of tha Load io'tno'r ited Is Five Hundred Million nf Dollars Wear I y Fear nmnaWel iniiiioaia have been alrcndy aubacrlbesl far ntid pn!4 Into the Treuaury, mostly wiibln tba tall tevon moniht. Iba large demand from abroad, and the rapidly iocressing boaia demand for use at iba ba sis for circulation by National Banking As sociations now organising In all pans of ibo country, will, In a very short period, absorb the btlsnoa. Sales hava latidy ranged from tro to fifteen millions weekly, frequently exceeding three millions daily, and at it ia welt known Ibat Ibe Secretory of the Treat nry hat ample and uiifalitng resourcit In ibo Duliea on Imports and Internal Reve nues, and In tha issuo nf the Intnrrst bear ing Legal Tender Treasury Nou s. Il is al most a eerlslmy Ibst he will nut find It nno essary, for a long time lo enmn, lo leik m market) for anv other lixg nr permanent Loans, THE INCREASE AND PRINCI PAL OF WHICH ARE PAYABLE IN GOLD. Prudence and sotf-inleresl moil fi rce lha minds of those contemplating the formation of National Banking Associations, at well aa tho tninda of all who hava idle mooey on Ihelr handt, to Iba prompt ennclusion lhat they should lose no lima in subscribing lo Ibis most popular Loan. It will sunn bo beyond iboir reach, and advance! lo a hand tomo premium, at was the result with tha "Seven Thirty" Loan, whon it was all sold sod could no longer bo subseribod for at psr. It Ian Six per Cent Loan, the Intrreaiand Principal piiytiblo In Coin, ilina yielding over Niise per Cent, per nnnnut at the present rato of premium on ooin. The Government requires all duties on Import! la ba paid in Coin those duliea hava for a long lima past amounted lo over a Quarter of a Million of Dollars, a turn nearly three limea greater than that re quired in tba payment ef tbo Interest on all the 6 20'a and oiber permanent Loans. So that it is hoped ibst the surplus Coin in tha Treasury, at no distant day, will en able tba United Siaiet lo resume ipeoia pavmcnia upon all liabilities. Tne Loan Is called 6 SO from the'faot thst whilst the Funds may run for 30 years, yet tbe Government has a right lo pav them 'off in Gold at par, al any lime after 6 years. Tha intereat la paid hair-year-If, via i on the first days of November aod May. ... Subscribers can bava Conpoo Bonds, which arn iayahiA to bearer, and are 60, tlOO.f 600 and 1000) or Registered Bouda of limn denominations, and in addition, 5,000 end $10,000. For Banking pur potes and for investments of Trost-mouies tbe Registered Bonds ara preferable. These b SO s canoot be taxed by 8tales, towns or eouuiios, and tba Government tat on tbem ia only ona and a half per cent., on Iho amount of income, wheo the income of tba bolder exceeds Six Hundred dollars per annum I ali otbor investments, such as income from Mortgages. Railroad Stock aod Bonds, ate., mws peg from tbrea to five per cant on tha income. " Banks and Bankers throughout the Coun try will continue to dispose of tba Bonds aud all orders by mail promptly attended 10. The Inconvenience of a fow days' delay In tha delivery of Iba Bonda la unavoidable, tba demand being to great but at interest commences from lha day of lubscriptioo, no Ion It oooasioned, and every effort is be ing made to diminish tho delay. JAY COOKE. t ;.:. acaecRiFTion aoeut, lid SOCTa THIRD BTRBET, FUILADKLPBIA. Philadelphia, November 85, 1803. ' ..- V 7263 Chardon & Cleveland Ex pre s s WILL Isavs Cuaaas Hotel in Chardon, every Monday morning ati7X o'clock, aud ar rive in Cleveland at 1 K o'clock P. IB- J. aavea Cleveland from tha Commercial Bouse al 91 o, clock A.M. on Tuesday morning .eavr.Char don every Thursday morning at 7M A.M.. and arrives lo Cleveland at II V. M hearse r'leve laad from the Commercial House, ovary Friday morning, eiK e'eock. ' Paisanteisein go thia way e helper, and with leas trouble than any a (her way.andfothrguch aa quick. Paasengesadaiiverad In any part of the city for die came price. Freight drawn at very low prices. Errands promptly attended lo. DANIE. BbSTOR, Proprietor. Chardon, Julyl7th, 1863 . . 70Jtf Geo, W. C, HUHLBUTT, PHOTOOBAPIIIC ARTIST, HAVING recently opened a nsw snd commo dious suite ol rooms over lha Cloibina Store of L. i, Randall, t am now prepared to make all Kinca oi pictures ordinarily called lor bv I tie puo Itc via.. PbotocraDha. Ambrotvoea. Ferotvuea. Pietnrea oa Leather, &e.,dte. Ladiaa with email eliihirea will please call in perfectly clear days, between 10 A.M. and t r. M. ty strict atten tion to bu.iuees. 1 hobs lo merit a liberal natron- oge from tba pubiie. - . ,. . UIiU. W.Vi. ni KbPU I 1 . Chardon, Aug. Cth, 1868. - 708tf DENTISTRY. THE uaderslgnod. having opened an Office at the Enaitfu Hauu in tut Claliiian. ukaa this method oi informing his Irtenda and tha pub lic that be i prepared to do all kindiol work in the line ot Ueoiiairy aa good as tha bast, snd ss CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. snd solicits a share ol tbeir patronage. B7" 'AU Work warranted. Give sis call. r. R. KOWLtT. East Claridon, June lib, 1663. 671 tnt Stoves, Stoves. Tba Undersigned bava reoeiv'd A Choice Assortment ef Steves, which tbsy ara v sslllag Cheap lor Cash. ...... WOOD m BROTHER. Chardos, Oct fib. 717tf . -..rrobnio Wotlce . THE following accounts bava been Alad In the Probata Conrl of Geaoga Coua ty, Ohio, for aettlemsnt, vlt-i - . rinat. aooorjnra. Adm'rs af lha Estate nf C.J. Wllmot, Guardian of OrvUla N. McOlintoek. " ' ' -.. i . Daniel a and Harris P. Laaay, . FARTIAb ACOOCJTTB. , . , ,; ; Exocotor of Zooas Olds. ' r . - - Joseph Nash. " ' - - "-- B. P. Burnett, Jr, - m .. ,,. 8mm o. Kinney. 1 Adm'r . Stephea Baarla.. .. Guardian " Martha Fraoob. - Bald aeoeanta will ataad for baarlog la said Ooort, at tbe Probata Omea m Cbardoo, ; on tho 90tb day of Doeember, 1863, al laa- o'etock, A. M , until whia lima all paraoaa. inlerested may exoer.' ' - M. a CANFIBLD. Probata Jodg. ' CbMko,D4tbvloS. 73vOwt