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from lh« Metai'h'i Appal! of the 1<Hb- • t rrmkl'T pso* A PAIVAT* LXTTXR. Com unis, Not. 8, 1861. • • • About ha' -pas; sight iVock yosurday m irciag our regiment *<>*« >» *wk ®“ »J* As we were about to work, tieueral Cheatham’s aid cstne al mi* at fu’l speed, aud ordered us back to Our camp Just as wo wore drawn up wo h-*rd a heavy caliuona d ur, and a terrible U s of musketry; mi the other side of t'is r.vcr We were not in fight at this tim«. There were on'v two regiment* on the other ride, and W*t »..u’i Haltrry and the 21 ‘t Tcnn,a<ee regiment wore im mediately thrown aoroes and il*o Colonel Walkss’s 21 Teuuemoe. In the menu time we were marched down to tie river. Wo were delayed there Some time wai.i g the boat*. At this limn two caauon opened 0 , a, irom the et re me left oi the other side, where the federal* pu > temporary too'tog. The shells were ttrowa too high, and we ia-i<y dodged them. 0-e, h iwuver, ctms uear Oaolaui Mcgeveucv and my self, wvoh made a* op-n her cy s. Several shots struck nc«r u. iu th > wa er, a d Uo of Ihs b ats were wtrsn-k, bet not iw ious.y damaged At this time our heavy rdltd gun, called the ”L.dy I’o k,” opened on the btttory that 1 •peak of. and itdsneed it in a few round*. Wo embark d an 1 fotm d on the opposite bank. Just A* we w«-rw down up, the deed aid wounded wete coming down to the biuk of tlie r vjr every moment.— Th so were pi-ut.-J over on the tiovtso* fast as they ar rived. Generate Chea'ha* and Pillow rode up. aud Hiieat htiu halooeJ OU% "Ilo-V come* Biy 15tih,’' smI «(T we *U' ted,»uJ to ourvttrpri.se the Lincolniliee were iu full re tro*-. The o hrr regiments eyre tured and pursued tb. ui ooiy iu >q ul*. Wo iulluwed them, and e ught up with them ahvr a six mil* run. Tory were embarking on thor gun-boit*. We got into a coru field on the bank, w hi. a lew yards o( tttetr boat*, aud we opened a ter n •!* hr* o i them. O ie boat lost two pdo's in our sight, ntd from reluble account* thiir dicks a ors covers l wi'h d -ad. The gunboats, nix in nu'uber. hauled ill’ into the r ver, a* their gun* wevo too low down to hurt u*. They ;h;u unmm uoed a desperate fire ou u* with shell grape and citiirtir, which burst d ameug us, but our bojs were n « acared, and we loaded and fired cn ou* kuee* and on o ir nocks, under the shelter of a rail fenoe. Co's. Smith and Weight and tiuuerul C lealhim himself, wevo with us, atd swing that weoouli not me > them mhonr musket*, we were ordered to fall back, tbe shell plowing up the field in ev.-ry dtrec'ioo, and we dolgcd them behind the tree* aid still kept retiring. One eked threw a lot of sti -ks and dust in my face, and I e* ap d by throwing mv-rlf ou mv back a m mint belo.e it bursted. One pica of it, however, e*rri*d away the l«f, leg of Kiu. Clayton’s p ui .aloon-. Us snouted to ms, and 1 thought he was wound, but ha wa* not Tne Li.coli.itcs k t w o tr direction aud their rang w.ts very i o -urnto. The roar and burning of khtlls wa* ten fi:, a d we won an Boyed very mVh nv falling b-auohoa. Th.- continued for a mile aud a half, until wo got beyond then roach. We ci-Uu.-ed a good many prisoners, blanket*, ov room* (of which I hsru a splendid oue,l knapsacks, muskdis, an i our b >y* w. ru load-i.l wi h tnetu coming ba. k. A« w cure hack, the Sigh’, along their line of retreat was awful. The d *ad and wound-d w ere at *»ei y tree. 8 ms crawl'd into the ore*** to get wattr and died there, aud such a light I, of cu'crae, never Tit oefoie. Mo-t 0‘ them ware the enemy and we reuJered them all the Aavislanoe Iu our power We saw Capt. Armstrong ivi*-g ileti Poor fellow I h' fought bruv. y. We must have pa-sed over two hu dr -d dead ao-l dying, broken guns a-id ornno - cir-iig- T It w*« a bird battle, the tutat wa-kedsi c the war began, for the numbers erg.gru T- vv bad t flig of truce ou the b-trie field to-day bury . . . . ... i. i — i_...a it, c|i.f lurir jr»*» « • v«« .. ' - «1 in cur hospitals are doing well. We h ire a great uiv y of their veub ird Our d. o ow afteud thrru Pin forty. Tbote are anout twenty fire eptendid overc-mts auiing ocr company J. M. Wr are permitt- d by our friend, Mr. A. Woodward, ol thie rily, to publish the following t,t«ee-h g leurr form I i. bro her. Dr H Woodward, urg. ou of OoL BmhWb iM'h regiment : I'uicusaJ Kt., Nov. 8, 61. About t-n o'clock the 8; -l c j tun- io djifi o. pi-lta Oduurbu*, betwi wn tM. Tapptu'a Ark .uses n giment, Ool HIrthe’- 1* li To BM*e* i u'r, * d MM 1,1109 "r 6 - 0 ») f~ le al* A.or'I. a'tsr. Cal H t k'i Loumi*' a r-g’r, 0.d Pickett’s, Ool F-veuiau’s aud Col. Knox Walkers T 'li ana regiments acre i ni over. Tbs kedi-rda » re in a nip of woods, an-J our m^n in tbe op«u firfd. * . . , We also had the Wnt-an hs'-tsrv (Louisiana.) or th*' ■id ■ ol tbs river. In halt an bout Tapps, ’a a d Wright’s region rue were brok- a and a’tercd to the winds—-oon after we foal Watson’* battery In baft so hour uiire. Picket, Walker acd Freeman were wui. p-d and routed too. The engagem- at was not urirc than half a mile fr. m ti e river— ti c* were all tho men on hand able, tc gw1 vcr-vH tbs riv- r up to ou - oV! Hik. U ir men ta.Ii-d e ve.al times but could t.ot s'.aud the charge At hi * time eur big gun on the hill began to play upon them, a- d Stni.V# Si-acwinpi btlt-ry opened tp' .'i th *n from Columbus, opprei e wb-re th y were. T ie fire from theec two bsturies was so gr.ai and so con g-atit as to drive them buck from the river bank, and al lowed Ami'h’a 1S1 Touni aeo regiment, aud Blythe's M'saiseipp , 10 couie over and bring plenty of aiumuui ti ., and mors racrui a. We now bad an ripiel number of m»n, and forming in line of hit le, charged upon 11-m. Th-> b kssnd d-d iu precipilatiou and hotror, pv-*enting a more derooral x-d ei»ectac!e lhau our elves two hour* b- fore. A. thrrs o’clock the bittle wse ouru, tho cr.emv s rou' compel*. We chased th»iu from the Held ol th r Uiirni g glorv, book to thi ir boat*, strewing the roods with tbsir d'nd aud wounded—they got ou board of tho transport, under oovsr of the gun bo ate; it was wh 1 gstt ig aboard of the boat* th* our r-glment d-d tie gveatMt exccotiou. I suppose we kill -d more than a hundred on the lioato; the die.n ce r. e drove I hem »o about four mil -v; our men led tl at all the while they firs t. The guuboats poured upon them a pirfect tor r*tu of grape, canniator, hurnb and bill. VVeloatoae mai killed, fl.e badly wounded, and »:x or seven slight lv wou dsd. Our regimen: cap ure-l h great manv gnus, pistMe, amuiunltiou end aboui three hundred ai in v over coats, all new. . Th .< loss of onr entire army is ahont ore 1 undred kiM. d and last ihau two hundred wound-d. Tbe enemy Its* ovsr three hundred kdled upon the li.-l-I in their retreat, beside* the uncertain numb r I st ou t'ie boats Ninety o:ie prison-ra aud ov< r oue hundri d wounded arc unw in «iur btu*k T - •rmj 9ent a of trace to bury their dcid thii nori.iuff, *hi*h wn grant*"! Numbers ot ikvit d^d w-f bally burnt and rau t iit-d by tb- woods catebit'g on 8rt>. We are - Xpean ing another fi^ht to-morrow. The enemy are about fiftsaw thousand s roug at Mil burr, fourteen rod--* distant and alva-cirg they w.ll al-o att-ck us by water. We will g v* them a hot re ception. * , , Tbe following i» an imp-rfict synopsis or the kilim and wounded on our t-ide : Captain J. W. Arms rot g, kill,d ; Captain Johu S-If.ran*, badly woutd.d, Oapt. Morgan, arm shot off; C* plain W. J" kron, liadly wounde-i; M-j Butler. La., lost leg, badly wounded, Lieut. Jamet Walkrr, lip wounded, not dirgercu*; ■ ... o... ranim r kills I: Canla'ii Samuel Vvicw, wound'd in the throat and Huger : U-ut. Uitt, Walker** regiment, b'dly wounded ; tisjo-J It Kanie, badly wouuded in Dm fao'; Fa’. Dradloid, Wtlkiuxoo’s company, killed. Th- lo**, »o Ut m I hw b ■bin to irccr t*in. is at follows : Col. Doughty, 1-g cut iff and p.ist'D ,, M ior *U II., killed; Adj G ueral III , pifcouer; Lira’. Colonel IIL, pri-ot r; bealfiee any quantity ol Captain* and Li«uton*uta kill- d and ptieouere. , aaoTui* aCO.rat Cotcuars, Nov. 8, 1841. JHitart Appeal — The 4WtT«nne*«fe regimen’, after cr»».-i g the tiver, formed, march: d oat, and took p"vi. tli about half * mile from the landing ; Kd Pckrt', Colou d, H. Lieu'.. Colonel, and J C. Cole, Mk lor It yrna composed «t r.in. compmba. The enemy, strong, with bt' eilus and retelry, advanced ro the li'h l3'h and 21 s' Tennessee, h»H Arksu*»s, and Wat » »aV hatirre, which htter we* supported cm th* right by the 21't Teitntaaee, and on ‘he 'fit hy ibe l^li Atkan ear the 14 h Ten: e e* ' O' cupyi g the extreme right. After recriei g and reluming their volleys, the en. my lto'dirg the woods, ibe Jit lormed lu open ground. T;»eo»d« to charge Wi* k*rc!N *'r® 1 w** *e* euted iu ha' d'om* strle. thtough a" Open field (the ene ,.m» Ireitz p-oteoted hr th« wood,) sudrr » g»l log ti ■ the shot falling I ke hail aud whislbng like the 0'irt i wind. Th* rauks were sorely thinned, but aa the m*u Ml th.*y cheered the other* on to the charge. On reaching the road* hai; wui ordered, aid the men ccm-neuotd to kree! ar.d 6 v; and for about half an hour Ui« most Ince-.v ; flieof musketry was kept up. Oar «*,* on the edge, and the ensmy std protected by th -W o l, wi b all the advantages given by tr.-ea, we ex po ,-d and pit king tu- m«-n a- th v ahowrd themsolees. Thevnemy by tliia time had formed * k ud of h* f moon aud so far outnoiuberit.g us thxt they had flank pj us* when we wete ordered 10 fall b .t k, wli o i was d*iii>-. Belying and fixating twice be wren that and ,1 . ,jr„.—ou the rn y tenrbis pround—»t» avrnfe of t> lnv rounds were fiivj. Dmi g thin time, our aitmul ii .n being exhaualed, we gr d tally f-dl beck to where a bo.t had , ut iff an munition, »fc« *e *f'n. D is of iiertdam wire )■* iormed la tuts fl jhl, which • ill snlieen many a e»mp Are 1h ifflners gt net ally, disdJnlng to take adrantage of th* kneeling pos urv, stood by cheering their man and dine ing their • e. U< ooarwe »# eaa apeak of thp gal Uatry 5 Ue tell oSoera. Cel Ftekel was alfghtly weuaded In lk« hand, and h*4 hU kut*« ikot in tb»aa plaova M-J. Ortn'i horse «u killed ius'anUy. 1 do not like Vo be invidious by naming special icnuucea of brav ery, where so much gallantry was displayed; but I can not but speak of Capt Laytcu, who, though severely wounded in the left br- nsr, continued, nidi sword uplift ed, to cheer on and rally Lis own men and others to the Iasi; also Capt. Fcii'v, who at the eminent riik of his own life, ficm our own fils as well as that of the enemy, stood In front of hi* gallsnt conij any, and < hrored them on. He bore himself galUntly, and is entitled n great honor for tin* eouapiouout part he took in the • eg-ce ment. Suoli sights are imposing, and should bo remem bered. Capt*. Irby, Taylor and Layton were SOW rely wound ed, Oapt. Dashiell slightly—four captain* out of eight in ths fight Li uis Col*-m*u and Tate were also a verely wounded. We had fi'teen irsn killed aud eighty-five womdi-d out of some 450 carrie d out. We only 1 a 1 in the fight about it&oo nnu, opposed to 7000 with all ad vantages of position. On reaching the river, regiment after regiment were rapidly crossing tho river to reinfoiee us. Gen. Cheath am with a portion of hla brigade m->ved out and en gaged the enemy, and after a short fight they conmnn c-d a retreat. The -list Tonntfaec bad in the mean time reformed ou the haik.and welted orders to support Gen. Cheatham ; hut u> aid was needed. The number killed and wouuded ou our side wa*, as near as can he ascertained, about seventy five killed and between three aud four hundred wounded; on the other about sit hundred killed, and wouuded unknown. The shght (iiecrip'ion here given is mostly confined loth* gist T. u.icsst-e volunteers (OoL Pickett’s,) there beiug no time for prosp- cling to ONE ACTUALLY ENGAGED. Prom the Kuinflt Rrgill-r of lli- loth. INCENDIARISM IN EAST TENNESSEE - LINCOLN EMISSARIES IN Ot'K MIDST—RtlLROAD BRIDGES BURNT, AND TELEORAFU LINKS DE STROYED. Following tho news of the simultaneous attack of the Federal* at Columbus, K -mucky, and Tort Royal, South Ctroliui, we were ytavuiday morning startled with the intelligence that the emissaries of Lincolu in Kut Ten nessee, oneoaraged by the rumor of tho approach if their allies iu Kentucky towards our mouutaiu psa-ex, bad commenced the destruction of our railroads by thi b ii mi v of bridges. On Friday n:ght, th* t-ridgs ov-r ih > lliwuaeee river, at Charleston, ou the K T. and G*o Kiilrosd waa buruel by tbs torch of the iuoendiary, and the telegraph wire was cut and destroyed, it is believed, over a space of fifteen milds. Thus our moil and tele g-r iphio commuuicatioo have been interrupted betwee Knoxville aud Chattanooga. Simultatieomlv with th-e vandalism, tho telegraph bi-twctn here and Btiatol wiu. cut, interrupting communication Eaatof Morristown. At tne s>m ■ time an attempt wti made to burn the bridgt on r th Hols on, at Strawberry Plains. The particulars of this atlt mpt we learn are these : The watchman at one t nd of the bridge di sum-red a into attempting to fire it, • t whom he shot, *hnn he waa set upon by fifteen or sixteen men. He must have f-tught bravely. The noise oi the cot Hint aroused the cUixcns of the village, who rep* r- d to the scene a id put the rascals to flight. Tho wa e' tmau was fou-i-i terribly inu'ilated, aud it is supposed, in a dying con itiun; hi* right band severed iroui bis arm It was iound that an a tompt to tire the bridge at both - i ds had been made Ii wia only preaervod by lli ■ i ithfulticss aud courage of the watchman, whose nam w« regret we are uusblo to give. Up 'o a late hour la<t night tho train from Bristol had .1 arrived, at d uoLhiue had been heard ul its win-tea bouts. From it.is it is ttiletred that the llemtian locendi tries have been more successful at pom is on the road abo-e, and that One or more bridges may bare been Dimed. Wr also learn front the We«t, by a gen'letnsn who name up I rout Char eaten on th*-height train, that it was reported there that two bridge* on tho Western and Al lan Io road near Chattmooga, were burnt. The wbolo aflVr t xhibits beyond cavil perfi c' caneert of action between the traitur* front Obattanor.ga to Brit toL We are well advised that there have been wmieMri'* of the L i otrln army in Kentucky p using and reparsing through by paths aero a the mountains, between tite Ibi ces titers aud Audy Johnson's myrmidon* in Ktst Ten n—see. Al'hough they have done much Jam ig < to tho r titrot.b fortunately for us thsir blow has hem prtma'U'U. We have tel able int. Iligenor from Jimtnwn that tiie Lincoln troop* wl Ich were in force at Monlic. lld are retreating, iuaterd of advancing, aud thus the Tennessee vandal i - -nrrec'Uo'iata have been di-aspointed io the aujportlbey anticipated fiout that quarter. The avenger isoc their tratk. They have t een delu ded, and tliia time if h. ir tuin, by that arch traitor to his country Andrew Johrgnn. O ir government has been somewhat to blame in thie. T e dst ger of withdrawing the troops from the Railroads h is been repeatedly urged upon them, as well as the nr cessitv of large reinforcements ta the troop* in EuttTet - ue-as-e, to proteat this gr; at chain if oommnnioation be tween the States of the Confederacy, which i« si vital to its interest, and-which haabsau so oouststiUy menared h» our enemies. They 1 ave tornesi a deal ear to our coun ■ la, the evil we foresaw bar partially bee:] accomplished. Hut this is no tints for rectiuiination. Wo must route to action; and go to work with energy and unanimity to V r. t on' and bring 'o punishment the Traitors who ! ave cemu itted the outrage ; we must repair tho damage,and eieroiso due vigilanci in preventing a recurrence of the catastrophe. Auove all let the government at oucj fur niah the tieceasary force to protect its vital iLUrewts in Kisl Tenners 'e. DUK81KO, Id Brunawl k, on he hi t alt, by the K v Mr. Owen, ROBERT VI AVItIM, ol Bucatughatn, to Mlaa INDIANA CLAYTON, of Hrunawink. In Brunswick, on tbs 3;b ln»t, by the Rev. (leers.. W. White, y ;y.O*a CR >- Le wis Io Ml»» KLIZVIIKTU t flttNN. In Brunswick, oo lbs 6 ti IntL, ANDKXRON KLMORE and Mist tlkNRlkTTA V. Wit LIAM-. PIED, At her reaMrn-e, la Ihl* citr, on tbs 14th ln*t, JANE E., widow •fUi ■ la's H MU imlndga, Io the tilth year of her age. AIA»i*»n Hill, hit realJTca, In the county of Par. line, on Uta * I 1 -»( , J' SXPII JKS-r. K« | , in tb* Mth year ofhla »*e. Tlie d-ath of ih'a t Igfdy «-!. - ■ ol and urefillclllain, baa created a r\> d lu die c .c um.i ty In wh en L I \ >■ l, wh eh will be long and deepi, 1.1'. Te I li family, l.la lo«* la a *a I »ill oli n An aifee 11,mate Imahanl. » fond and dev Sod parent. he ero- maol's-ted a dea re In promote the comfort a.d h ippla**a of those dependent «* bb labor* and ear-tluna. aou cntful farmer, he wa» alwa.a all** m the prom .tl n of the caoae it ag-lrjllur*, and 'or a outn be-of year* w>* a t alout and actl»e amhtr in kite Slate agrl cultural a. dirty, glvtug lib time and taeatc., Ilboral y, In eobtrilu ting to III au c wi and a lyiltc-uieut r.0-|dt*Me and gen reur In diipo Itlnn, It waa Ida pleasure to Wl Ic-me bia num-r ui gueata, with -aMT 1 Indnesa and fervor of manner to gtal ful to the feellngv of all Mcoaiomeil t) enjoy hie ucltlf _ , . a pi eta and dev-nt member of the Kidp ra Chnrcb, ha acm pclunaly II frit Dp to Me profession. and die I In lit* full aaaaraaca of a glor out and ha| py Immortality. Inquirer a d Dbpak b pleaae copy. P. On the »ih I lk, at Arpaa Kill. Caroline crusty, of Typhoid Ee ver, hliaj B4I Lit M. jWdE, kg.-d M yetra, 10 ut ntka and 44 L|m L | ▲mULUftftl lovely In uiip^it'on, il.4 h».l won the lot# and • tktun ufa U*K« cl»cle of filendi anti ar,a*»r.Un.«* Kor of hrj U mikj truly tm ••Ul, *' None kuew hir but toI *?• h«r, non* n*mra Un b«l to ur li«u” Fron ••ru life, a M ow«r of Je«oif her g.-HUe rp n 1 ■ - — cue b* J cl-I.lel l.e. pur# end gcnile brl >g * o.l whllei her mulv cr abler end broth i«. tow In humble eulimlwUn lo the decree of *u All IVUe Prutl lence. be.- mem ry elll ueeer fede from ree-jl lecUon, nor her n b'e U»U> be forgoten gB.,u rer eoJ D .pe-ch pleeee copy. *. rgrii.- ». Ml.i Haaeier Boemcs will lake piece, Iron IheM'noin-nUl Church. I .day, et 4 o'clock, r w. TIIKATK*. ie.ii awn Ma>au*«.J. H- 11KWITI EKKKVI r Of 1 UK UL'IEN BI3T1H8. Thle erenlsg Noeombi’T 15th, THI MOKN1KO CALL. Dene e by.Ml,• Mery Pertlnglci Tub VO CKO WIDOW, By the Queen 81,'-. rj. tinging end Denolcg ky the C lldren. And PdOB PILLIOODDV. mr-B— piofrenvnc____ NOTICK. D^l.lhOnINT Oonromer, of gaa In Jrffen"e Werd ere beret] no lbe.1 thet If they W to piytl elr pee Mile before tbi h. a „f|.,VUr u .Hetunley, lmh ihey will be. lee'l elihecnord tax to the rfipiii-mrire of lb. foilowl •! rxtreol from tlie ordl . Ul vmaln unpaid ft>. i»« Pb»» neat artrr that on which HU jr» • tieted, the Auditor she I notify vh« an »rrtotafident, wb>» JMI stop ih*» >u from noloc uwJ on tbs prom er*. In ri spret to whlef the d«fau<t • x st«. au I If u »t paid altblo nrtkM tufa, flry per ecu w II be a*1d«! te ’he original amount of the bill, and It shall lx placed In u.e baudioe the City Collector. T H. UARRI-tON.for noth —It_H. L -TAA TT »W, Audi tar. WANTED IMMEDIATELY —T Wish lo rant a »ine!l house within flrte'O minutes walk (or :ese «ln«) f on the corner ul for iad an I t«hrrtei Any pns n having tucu a house fur rent, will O'lkfrr a favor by aJdirating lo D, box No 1114, lbrcu;h lh< Hu b not d P *st uffiio 1 wlii re it ono already furnished If !t be any accoinnod .lion. BO 14—lw ___________ B4ki:irH PKIMIII:.YI KIT ifv TEES, manwfictuiedby Mr K lug an of this city, foi th • la.t fifteen yca.s, and so hlgLiy icxoniiurinUd by prowluenl I hveicla..s in Vlrgirla, has gained a reputation 'u *he OMlds'iU army, t rlhc curv 'd Ague and Fever, and g ’nerai drblllty. Wi o%n safe’v say they are a v« uxble medicine for txno’ed soldi* ri —l/w ihr B1 To be bed of .11 frogg'ele In thli cl y, or of tho Tr* prlrtor, oi lotou UUI, Ufboi Ed, Te-_oo»_ , , pil l - *>. pone I» Bel Bode, end SB kef. bet Bl Oerb Bode SrecdTeJ end for Ml# at M«,D« A Haul bn* More, 19 Melnelroet. corner eboeo P 0.___„■*.. rpooTH muiuus-w * OlWSMfc qx’gTr iiraifcgci. Matos’s Cocst.—There wsa a farther Investigation, yesterday, of the charge egsiuet W. N. M Her end Frank Tormcy, of conspiring to defraud Iho Government.— Several respectable witnesses testified that they had known the defendant Tormey, for several years, and that he bad vust&ii cd a good character Another witness testified that he wis prevent at the “Beanri pard Saloon" on 12th street, about two weeks ago, when Miller, whom ho never saw before, invi ed witr.es i and Tommy to like drinks with bint. This waa apparently the fi-al acquain tance of the prisoners with tanh other. Next day, Miller exiled at witr.rss’ room, and desired witness to sccotn peny him to the 1’nv n.utera’ Office, whero he I tended •o drew four months p»y as Colonel of the 21 .b Virgmis Regiment. The prisoners were remanded to jail umii Monday. Henry 0. Traylor, charged with threatening personal violence to the wife of John Franco, waa required to give security to keep the peace. Louisa Suadtrland, charged with stealing a blanket, quilt, etc., from the Spotswood Uutel faa remanded for trial bxfore the Bastings Court. Clara Coleman, charged with keeping a house of 1U fame, on Virginia a reet was committed in d.'faolt of $30t) stcurity for h> r appearance t» answer an intiut ineut by the Grand Ju-y. Jenny R-ad, K'la Willard, Anna Wilier, M ldred Cole man, and Ann Borzov. board-r# at Clara Co -man a home, were hailed in *150 each to appear before tbe Mayor, Saturday. ... fcic'uel McCarthy appeared to answer tbe cjsrge of it.realenii g to shoot Robert Olden, but owing to the absence of u wilmas, the t xaamiatiou was postponed until Siturday. , , Charle- Smith, hailing from Covington, arrested for vagrancy, was committed to j xlL Hi sriNus Cottar —The Grand Jury, ycsteidiy, foul d true hills insx'y five esses sgainst parties concerned in issuing smell notes, all of whom have been already pre sented by tbe Grand Jury in the (.-ircuit Court. A trxu bill was a's r found against J. B. GodseV and A. A. Hame, tor attempting to defraud the public by fictitious sue*, purporting to b«) ootw of ih* “Hooihfrn R'<ht.^ Bulk. Thomas f.inun, indicted for s eul ng a p.*ir of boots, w is convicted and sentenced fo fifteen days imprisonment in jail. .. , , „ Oalvln Henry and Geo. Nelson, indicted for stea.mg four dt x n son, were convicted, ar.d alio acutenced to fii'uen days imprieoi nnnt. Geo Williams, charged with stealing a coat, was tried and acquitted. t , Tue court sojourned until Sxturday at 11 ociOca A. M Fai-t Dat.—There will be a genera! obsen a icc of thL day in Richmond. The diffirent places of worship will all bo open at the nanai Hour, a id interesting service" may be ixpicted. The banks will be closed from In o'clock, P. M. Tbe City markets wi l not bi open U> day. The Mayor’s Court will not bs held to-day. Tiisatbk.—Tbe performances of the Thespian 4anii'y, or Queen Sisters, during the week, have given the grext ost satisfaciion to larg r and highly reapcolablx andirom s Tbo egillcd children. witli their brorlirr and ixter, ix Inhit great aud versatile talents, which logeihcr with their lib.uality in giving assistance tu the soldiers relief fund, always insures ihein a large house. o W V A H U l A Orrioi or Tie Riuuim.,i Wmo, Nor. 14, 1*81., OANAL COMMRKOK. Wo annex A cutnpiraiiye fll* oaieut, detiyod firm ©f Aolil rrrods, o' the receipt. »l Richmond, and .nlpm.nu henre, of ration. artlclea, per Jaoie II »«. ad K .uawl,a Omni, during the 8-cal joaneu.il,.g lilib aepumbrr, 1*39, ’8d. and '81. / it/virfl 1*81 1*40 l«# App or, bb . . 9*4 8*lf JJU" M.o.n,lb« . *.618*4* .*-> * W. 4 Do d> fl ,ur. 5*78 ** m f 8S.MM Bulbar,Iba.. >“*.**» «*» **• ’ 0 .at. tone . *".144 *1 *>3 I4,'»4 Ootn, but . 1.931 1».*« l*iftb'*» 0 ,ra Waal, bus *"4 6'9 7** 0:.ppdr "rr, t' ut . .... «9* 1,"44 1,0** On no, bal l. . ... *1 5 ft »•"; Flax* eJ, b..« *9.104 Ti*. 1,317 p, Ur bva 84 611 7* 1.1 104,481 y u t' d I d lb. .M3 464 848.K9 438,Oil Hay’l ain. .. H.* I MW 1 ..n t.le p.ii, . I *99 4.I.* 4*4 Lard. lM . ..:. TO. *6 7.100 *-V*l lead luua ... . .99 I'9 8.1 I. al’ar, Iba. 41.7"* «3.<"W 10i,'34 bit* IBook, ela: Cattle. 1* *3 OalTr*. 44 49 1» Horse.. »7 14 V Hoc>. 785 87* lnuiba. 8* *** M.ecu.. *-» '81 .69 Oala bus .... 8 39" fc'f 1.0."* bee. 7,948 7,9-a *u<0 Hour, tul.s . 18.4*1 9.*9* 7013 9'unu, l.l. » 7.1 V (W* 18.* T .hecco, I b.l.. 10 <06 IS.XIi, U 1-8 Dom'd, | In. 14,4 8 M.i 76 37,1-1 Wriest, l.ji. 2714*3 693*-* 788 477 Whl»ky, bid. 1 091 818 318 W»'d rerlt . 10,407 9 31" 0,b-9 Wrol.lh, 88,84-8 83,7*1 Sl.*39 OuhMnl. Castings, toe.. 19ft 84* *•» 0.1 ton.. *■'» 9.794 8,4.11 . lei, b*. . . - -. ■ 1 689 8,93* 6 84»> ' luario, l ne l.«M 9.0 8 *»u9 Iron btr,to a. 717 *.ft * *6 1 t. Is, keys. 6 787 lit*. 14*** PI rater, tun.. . ... 9«4 9" 3 8,143 llall,.ack... . 13,863 26 043 93,3*4) pnifMOND MARHXT.4. Nut. 44,1861 Amt,—Wo quota selected *1 4 306319. ordinary 2 886811. Itaeo*—Tit marietta firm at* 6i*3cts fur Hog Roun.f, Hams 9® 17 eta. II, a-» IX- 85 rt* P R> Btntgg—Pil na I ultar may now be qu tod at 47®5!tcta: fair to good 40:15 43 rlf; In ferlor !U® 13 c.». Cxe«e«-87\Q4lcte \l lb. fLitegeo We qu*le at |l 4'681 30 P bnj. riHar -Iltuolhy 1.73®*2, Cl -trer 81 61®! 73 Ottt *4 are .riling at IIJM P bbl. Taus.w -We qntleal li®H16 rta. gtnta - We qu la 9uper8ne at 86-'0®5 75 p bbl; Kxtra $7 V3 ®7 f"; family 7 .'"©»* matltel Him Hioot—Hreen gall'd *V619 cm; Calf bkln 81 93 Lgant*e--We qu t * Hole gooJI-eavy—at f '-®7drti p ti; liar, am 6.6061 ctr, flirting 67®75 cte; Calf 8.In, $4>®35 p Jo*> »; Kip do »73®l43 p d « VknH.f— We quote 3u p rent at 0 ®"5 rte; (II MoonUln 82® 8 30 p gallon: Tonaiw—The mark,t 5ns undergone no material cl,an;e for some time p«st The quantity received at Richmond, In October, ibis year aud last, was ae follows : - C-inal H, S /'. It SO. lit ('. is.r.sr. Tutu 1463.1,07 * 719 1,11* 868 83 8,836 1*61. 147 114 758 71 19 1,10* Dec.924 371 8*3 199 7 6 9.14S Whist bu again adr.nr*,! an 1 we now qaots p irn. Re4 at $4.29, and do While at fl 80. 5b> market <e still buoyant, and one or two ealee at fix-,re. above q totatlor • are reportej. The 'ollowAg It a . iraparatlre stale sent of t9,er»c Iptiof whea at Rkclun >nd for the period! mentioned : OK '80. Oct m, ISOO 1*1. J I. I K. Oui). M.1M 4\11M 261,124 V.-'."3 Klehmond Dock.M.4.1.1 42,18 181 *4 W0 7 Va. central K . . 8-. 2S4 14.0.4 A. :i 14 R A Daov. R. . 3»,i‘4 IIS88I kbujll Cl.lin LI I 1 I. S'VI 12.009 82»>S *vK'» UMI. 124 .... 8 78n »r-s LtTI. 8,>a.l 8 6rt IV. l« I3«-t' By Riser.It.Oll 6,nM 60 6V9 10.014 Total baa.SM.8T1 18V 182 928.014 818 499 -Decreeae, compared with last »'arop, f.fV i.21 but. RIOIIM NO, Nov 14,18#!. SIR I laksf U me’hod of reluming many thanks in my nume mu* .ustome ■ and blonds, for thoir vary I Oeral p.trooaae a .d many paal f..» .r« a-.l reip.ctfu ly aollcit a conilona .re of il.a aam- But, under dialing Hr um-tanceu, .having to pay tub for all g-iada I buy,) I •'.all In future be o.mpellad 10 coilo.il al bills st 1 east unco par ni -u h until lur.h.r notice. Respectfully, R A K naBSFT. tiro or uod ComtU.-loi. Me chant, nol4_tf Cr- «er Brosd and 7n ns, Ulehmon.1, Vs. tniT «. fi-.IVKD.-6l.tids Roger; 10 bbls Crushed 8i tl g.r*ID bbii. Powdered Pcgar; 10 bbls 0 fellow huger; 10 bagf ti-Ber-8 bi.lt of Old Paarb B andy; 8 bbls old Apple Brandy; 10 bbla Bopr.lor Old * blsky; *8 half ubU "0.1 »*mlly »ne Herring.; UibbUSi I Pam ty Hba.t; 18 bbls No. 1 N. 0. Out Herrings: 80 buses Adam inline Candles, fur sale as low as the market will af ford f..r the cash. BAMPBON JUNK'. Agent, Corner of Main and Vlb streets. ____*5*1— SULK IiKJLT l( KH.—BPO Biles Bula baathr-. Just received and for ia s hy 8hi/.»K*i A b.ILhK.. corner I4ib aol (nry St 0.14___ 8a«.'». suivl.lAtO tasks Balt, for tala uy 81,1, aaaa. A. T. BTOKl* 1 0O„ Bll0 dor, 'bib and Cary the . HtiVM, HfM’N, HOI'S.-* bs'et n'ea Hops, Imtwhii d on cooi’pHit-Di HUHT * JAIItiS BnJJ Cor V*. ioU OaryireHj. 1 i 4 I nr « \ t, 8*4) Murk P1n«* llnrpool SaK^TAO *•'Aj »S Qroonil A.am 3 ll A.V BTQ&M* A OO. Rm. *C Ublil.Yroll A Co *• pare N. K. ham, li.gl* K®°f» .,1 *" “** b/ Al.VKT A MPrCQMH. nOTICIu TO t«HDW.llia:KV A8 we have haaid that tbo Government baa rtfu.oJ to leave contracts to any l-ers.n. ... putsaas who employ Ivh.i and Bboe-Matara, who hav' beet, heretofore eupa red in mak.nt ear. rtdur bom and otnrr work of the tarn, kind, ae will gi*e imp ny ment to w. rk.o. n of bull, braac aa. that Is, ladlts , gti.ll. «ien‘a. mlsaei'. bays' and children's shoes and pay the bli bra a »gee. ' 7 AI.KXANHKR HILb A ( 0., ir4 Mo. tl Main surrrt A UISKK’S TAfTIf*.—J W Haudulph I.aa for aala, a: |1 » (nr tl M by mall) a new -dltb.n of Hardee ■ Tartlcr | with plates. Al o Hackholta fvlre e of War, <r tattles fer n IP cars a f Infantry, oavalry, and aitIUery—78. ants hut. holts I: fan try, . Camp Duty, Wald. rorstBeatlnn, and Coast Pafeaa. -*# peat. I d'lOTTOM OMMABIJHU.-IBO Bales Haacy Osnaburg, aa TiLMO RAfiUTO. MILITARY MOVEMENTS IN KENTUCKY.—MORE ARRESTS. Nasiivill*, Nor. 18.—Tiie Yankee troop* continue to poor Into Kentucky. A regiment from Western Vir ginia arrived at L>ul*7nlo on the 4 tli in**., and two O.io vgiincnt* started from Cincinnati to Lluiariilo on the Ith iualant. Ten rcg m nts (rom Otio, Indian*, and the North core expected to arrive at Loni*vi!l“ last week MndisOnville, Hr.| kina connty, wns oecupied.by 1,000 Federal* on ti e 10th in*i, Southern men were compelled ;•!/ to avoid arrest. K .heit Rut ksr, ex Mayor of Mobile, and Andrew L ,uc, merchants, were arrested at Cincinnati, and sent ,o Fort Warren, in Bostcn barber on lbs 5tb inai, by a order of 8. crcia-y Seward. B rtb geatirmen recent » returned from Europe, and were arrested on sut xcion of having imporiant information for the Confed erate Government. ON TO RICUMOND-TUB NaVaL EXPEDITION— A CONFEDERATE VIUTURY IN KENTUCKY. Puiladilfhu, Nov. 10.—The Wi.shingtou correspon dent of the Jiullet n assert*, that aasnranec* Worn the mist fuithotitic pout era show, that Lincoln ht* informed cver&l gentlemen high in authority, that the army will jot go into winter quarters, but that a forward imm inent has been determined on, and will take place at the proper lime. Tne New York Wcrid, in speaking of the naval expe ii'ion, says it ii manifestly not the intention of the Lin sJn Government to at'empt the ctpturo yet of the arge Southern suaporte, but thinks that New Orleans, M rbile and Savaunah could be taken without a great -apendi ure of blood, but the retention of those cities, or any one of them, would be a mu ah more i rious mattrr. A lodgement on an island or seiies of islands could command important harbors with a view to !uture operanou-. The latter is manifestly the ol ject tf the expedition. Ono of Cheatham'sab 0 reports an supa^ement or Mon lay last beyond Mayfield, botweeu Bowen’s, Bjnhax’s ind N irtin’s regiments, and 2000 federal*. The lat ter routed and pursued to Paducah. No particulars giv en. The Confederates a-o in position beyond Paducah. CONVENTION IN GEORGIA. Macok GutntA, Nor. IS —Thn Georgia Planter*Con vention have adopted re'-olutiora endorsing tbe defensive pwhion of the Government and recommending a duty of ,!<> |ier cent, on the production* of the Hoped Stab**.— Phey also recommend to planters, should the war contin ue, and the prerent crop remain undisposed of, not to plant any co'ton next spring, beyoi d enough to sup ply the wtntsof hnme coirsump'ion. TiIE CITY OF SAVANNAH. Savassah, Nov. 14 —There it gro»t activity mani r.-s'ed in strengthening the defences of the city. Con H lence is restored, and a general feeling of security pro THE PIRiTIOAI. PI.EET AdAIN IN MOTION. Kivitmu, Nov. 14 —Toe Ftxlet*l Heel is reported to h«VH [uptscJ Fenuiniiitn yc-nterd .y, Uonnrl non'hw»r4Iv. order to itrop.-tri* our boo > .yr tor » u- b n, I.ur Wore will o i • rlctly doted frou thl* ale until the gtRh lint., the day cf tale. i,ov*n.lier lltb, IiCl. „otl WATKtNf A FfOKf.KN. '11HK I'oii.tcontIt Aitnuitl IHedltin of »•><• 9 3too.h><l litanf the A * Hmonn and lfaurlllc ttaruoad will h* l .l III. ihUrity on WaDemuiiV, lllli Decomhe nest, uuia w frtOS VV Utd RlNiJuOUOII.i rt’y Maw i e 1**0XT. Know All Wen l.f ilit we Freeeiifn, That the nil irrelgi.ed d.. ti-reby d in itut* awl app dttl Attorney fur «*.d In ua.ee, tu vote on al i, etUoto that luay I) • brought before the me tl-.gof the I'. rtlm nnul the EM ■ hioud and Danville Railroad tl.aipauy, to ho hi id at f n tii il ty uf or at any adj .umeJ meeting thereof, he ehe ratify I g all tha ac • of ••Id att mry In the |.rrini>ei, a« fnliy niff w.e preaent and T .tingIn pen .n In Uailui my whereof, have hereunto affix *4 hard ti. • day of _noli id niMlWIPPl LAND POHH4LK. IoFfKK (or sale my plantation In MadUott county, Mia*. There U, Ithat aorea In colli ration, which la all table land creep, about ti*t arrea of tine creek bottom. There la on the place a now Iwclllng him*, roomy and eommodlcu*. with the rard finely *e! n a tart ty nl ihmhhery; a new (fin home; tin framed i|uartera. an! wry thing to make one comfort able. Th* plantation II well •i t wtL*. the flneet roae hedge In tha elate. Foi the plantation I will .take gild pur acre. In elx tonal payment* with lutere-d from 1,1,1 R. W, DDRPhV, rt~-1' _Vernon. Madia.<■ eenntr. fVtUtILINA KICK AND SPIRIT* TIJliFB.N u riwr, Rice Inbagi and tlarcea; Spirit* Turpentlon, In bhl* for Bale by IW( RlfMOStf. DAVINPORT * 00. lAK ’IIK. M bbl, Kitra Rlransa Hour. UK) bbla Hnp*r(lne I1 Flour; ion bbla BupeUi r Fondly Flour, for aala by HUNT A JtMIA__I* SHIP &I hr xe* Ck-tile Heap. I, t. In »tore and for lale by W. Pr.TKRSON A CO , lb.'. Main atrvt. PC ’" SA K If IN Kb.—to case* of Sardine*, of th* celebrated Kodel brand, juat to band, and for tele by ocSO _AI.VKV « MPECOMP, Aex BBIA Pcrtland MV8UP 4U *> Ibla. prime N. O. MOLAMKH - In atore and for lale by W. W. WOOhDRIDflK, null, Fifteenth ■l.eet. Q. I LII A M S BOHOOI. OF TUB BOUflKR AMD School or the Company, .... . ota.rwn. For Infantry and Rifle Prll». F»t*pp Mr, nut! n CfW Ullhjun’a lnatruct'oqj for Field Artillery; paper WcU; muillo WC°!%pr’* Cavalry TacU<m, Manual for Oolt’f Revolver and Mau ry’* batin»l*lier’t Drill for Mounted Troops^. «< RAND0, pH^ toM 111 Main Rtr—i, Military bdoki hrabii * eerr a rotrswrow leoVatoe. CLARK! WINKS.—1 60 CASKS, IN STORK and tor ...a b, gILDIN A MILLIE, mT jf, (Tor. of Mih and nary. WANTKD.—Brandy anJ WhUky boUlei, for trtilchl will ... ^ * «-**'_ „,>,rS.r& 40 B^ V^n,‘ “r*nd^ '"MX A RICP KICP.-fdMo* prtmo Sew Rice, on oonalgnmeBt^y A V rtTORIPACO ___— * fllKST X M KNV FOR 1 S «'KNtT».-J. J. Ill Main itreet, haa for a tie a neat Boulhern edition of the New Tea lament, fur th* pocket. Prle* It centa or 2* cent* Of tnalL___ ISINK POCKET AND TABLB (TTfLKHY-— It u- a.. ...aAS.1,1. Iwr.t.a Rnrfffcra' IVOrV t-dlle Knives cnly and In s?ts 6! pieces; Woi'enholm'i fine pockii Knives, a gre*t vsrietv ; Wostenh Ini's sn<1 R *dRTS_ftn** Rasrrj and hclB*«T»; Rcdgers’Bne Ivory Carvers and tabic ft eels, r T M(K>RiC A CO , 141 Msln street*___ocl1 _ SOLDIBRMflMTFR C LOTH IMJ 9000 overcoat* for Privates •J.M do do officers 20<M* nri Drawers, Prill and Canton Flannel H»00 Cassttr.ere and other kin s of Ovsrshlrti Rl)0 W ater Pr >of Overcoats mads of Knameled Cloth LlOO on Clo*b uunketa. . And various other articles sol ablo for military Wga tor «!, .t fair price*, lor c«h only. g'r~u ylilST^f'^TroM 4 and glaay Jar, SO da 1 os calomel botUM. For Ml, by ,p4 DOTE A iX>„ Dnuriat,. 00,004) FIST OF bCAM NA 1> llEAltr LlMBAB.Io arriea. Cooalttlng oMhe foil j winy: 4 by 14 ladle,. from 14 to « Tert In lyagth, 1 u “ 10 W - ix " “ii a " , Weatbcrboarilrefw® 11t • M f#<t In length, Garden RalU, S b? 4, ID fort In length, loch U .ard, a no a*tr» Mooring Plank, f **■■* \rkfkm a ™ * WiVfik °*ln »rHrrL&u£'by WRITHU PAPER. JAMES WOO!) IIOIMK A OO., pur dialed, |iut pr.elect loin, i.rtornt blockade, the largert and i-mi «L»k of 1 WRITING PAPER, which they hiT,«T.r bad la itorehrtorr, embracing, FooUcap, Latter Note, Demy aad airdiaio uaeert, of r arid to otalit'C, which win «, told at tt,«tr tunal pricoa, fur cash, to to atrlctly prompt caifoner,. payable Ut Jaly raining They bare also on hand tyd ftock o' othor Stationery, to gether with ee.ry dtorrlpUm of Blank Bank. uaaUy kepttoi .ala, _ 111 y CRI'kHI'D IOAPEOU4R. In atore 4li t 33d, V, bbl, LaTdtin and N. T Steam agar R Snlng C-.mpaar for aalr by W« w a LI.a OK SONS, ■•oroar V- arl and Car, «ta ■ per l( iiCRIVPD, and for >al, at ’ MORRIS’ Itookitor., sJOgrnii Playing Cardt: 8'W da Oc.tar Punrl'i; low d. He, p.a,- iHim do Pe i Moldo 141 ,!••• Ju P-rt M .n alto. Bon Pu «.t and i’ ck to ki, #M ,1i.u > Tu.k and 11 la M.in.r Boot, to to ll.r with al.rg- 'HI Mine .1 of ■ tatloii.ljf _ N4bTI4’P-—Me • dl take lh- r. d-» of Ilf Mctfonort’au Sat (lira Bank, olthe'- for good, aald, ,.r la pajiwut. f debt, jo CL'KrSON A of). No ID* VfAin yirert._1 s’** BKaWKCI VWDt Ae.-J W RiNPOSyPU hu forsKl. s Urg" lot tf hsnds tuc fliutimphs, 00 CtS esrh *Dlv« Pi«pt»ni, flcnersl J-huvm. ’'WAuregud. Os'lbtltU. flmmors Jou's, Ripley, Jsmls.in and lisrt .w, Co’e wsgf* 1 sn Itsrtos; Ms*. An«lf'»r.n; CUpt»ltt« Tngro'istn, H«istno snd Psck msn; Dr «albbs; (» »v.-n»oit Brown, Ad uni, Picks ns snd Mssn* rue, Hkiolaaai P ln iiaiOiotl.d,. Uajn», Rbati and cthar, otM____ •RjfMNM BJlO«Al«S—I'd#pr» M«a« Brag n», tor itlak] M. A1&- WLL A 09., 1»T Mala Suart, Blehaoad, Y*. toll rilTBB. DA VS. rnKDlTKKP WALK OF TUB VALIIABLI JL Bill »STATE, KNOWN Ad TH* “POWHATAN WAEI U IDE," adiI the prope-ty Adjoin'ng -Ai in'ttltuled Irutlec under u deed from Jac. I, A Attee, to John N. Harrison, date October fat, lold. nod etc ifded ia Ueorlea C* uuty Court, in 1 b the te;.u »t of ike ptrtlee c >ue«rucd, I *111 sell, at labile aueilen u. on the premia •, oo TlKatlity, EAth day of Nor ember, ISA: o unucip tr y at IE o'cloca, M . tlie property eonveye t by at. dee i, the aame being aitua'eJ la the p an of "Part Mara," a ., eonrutlng of two iqu trcv cf Itnd; one known rath. Powhatai Wa r Home rquare «nd t e a uare next adjoining, bolhtqiaw hiving a fr.ut o’iiO feet rach wgy, extending fom Ol.auab I, uUlana ilreali. The Poah itan "faro II uic Pq-^trr, la la. . C roved on e.ih rl'.e a.ih 11 lek Building*. fo.eti.g a hollo* eq tat ■ li e . ertr<; iheja bu Idloqa die atprtte.t rned as t>n d vel'tn i ill di. vt.iqivandllorcii.il and are now rtstlng at $i A.H p annum .vlao, a Urge Olaaa Furnace i.id flx'arei ah in f iod > d«r, a d reaty for use. T. e property ai 1« alarda la we.i adapte. f.ra la gp n.»nufaitur ng bualnear of ary kind, end for arch pu POM , |t§ location U < ne fie be>t In thv e'.ty, being within a fv at p» o the wnaivra on the rlvtr. Th« vtjol log iqu j-e la lop oved by twj luge Lumber House e.cr, SA by 10J feet The pxrt.calar ot'.et tl n of mar.uraetari.ri, mpchan oi and r Hnvcnuueui agents It requ it'd t i thU pipe ty, at they w II l.ar finil r ady to li c r hand*, aod for uaidhp u-e. at roperl y wi If In ha reqolil'rv of Ideation and budding, could Lot tUcwbtve b obtlined, except at a t eoi ntou toll a plat and so wy,showing the ulvalmi. f the property, may b ■ren »■ t the cdic j of the Auulcetra, l utai the tine of the sale^hi v ewi o' f.• 111 Iderv w II be coneultel and the p.ooer v will b ■dd entire, or tub divid'd, at ma, flea teem moa Judl-loui. Ta «»—If the property Ua.ll lnmne parcel, on- nalh ea k; tl bali&ceat 4, ", IE. IA and Ed months; bit IT nhd.vlded.cn. third cash; the oalince at 4,8 and 1* won hq In other cioe'.h cred.t payments u> leer Interest. an I beae ufed by true, ueed# cofobaierito p.y the “WAr Ur" for Ciejreent year JOHN A. HUTCHESON, Kubatuot* 1 Traits Jn. M. Tayujb k io«, Aqftioa—rt._x - ytLIiABLK IJIPHdVEII KB tie be ST AT J •I ■lie-ion.—Sy iultio'l y of he lait w'll and tmU m otel Wil iam Clenen'i, e'eevav-d, 1 ihad, oo MONDAY, ih l«th day cf December, at he rcvldonee of the ittd “t la O rt. c&tr.calcd *'Grantlan.q" to fha county of furry, ve I at paid auction, that valuable . cave, eontklnlrg Mtljg screi of hanf, I log wlth'n feor mllea o' Horry Court feusq and abou. thi tan. dUtanoe of Jam a river Thv land la highly improved, and th I ulldlu, • ample for tb» aerommodatlon of a large family, tro.l new, a d bu It of the beot mclerlaU. The dwed1 vg honae U lary end commodlocx, built of date'. Umber, an 1 recenjy piloted, wit nine rooms At the tame lime and plaee, I ahall sell all the e lettle eetate oi tai l decedent. « inflating of heuahold and k tchen fu-oltur. farming Implements horaci, Bulea, catUe, hog* *nd ther pn pert too tedlooa to min ion Tsana-T r the chattle eitate, ad n-i under *.« tha eiih w* b* required; for all ,ue;a over ten dollarv, aered lot nine m ttl for bond with 100101001 aurrty For ihe real estate, a credit. ono tw ■ aod three years, with sulB lent po eonal aurt'y, Oondal. carry lntero>t f cm date and " deeu of t'U.t o*i Ihe land No pri i.orty to be removed until tie terms of a tie are compiled »!th. 1 ’ JACOD M Ci F..UKN H, Ki’r ■oi ctde of Em. Clemente, dec’d. Fill JIIIAdO OK El LACK I, AD, TAKEN dW-oily fr m the mire near Relrlgh, thorough' gourd, cluneod and prepared for Palm, fur lunri.-at . axles and be.ih.ga f rvery kind,to prevent'.!. Jin, for nruclM. for cleara'ng and pollthlng all aorta of metals, for faelog If m tuldv .f Foundry men, and for all olhev uaev to wilchthle rolorr rI ii applktbh .. . for tale In barrela and half barrels, In WfJ»*ll|«^ a,- ANvrKI* ■* yoo4 -elm___nalelgh, N 0. LAND FtfK SUE, ruing | roprleVr offers for tale, one ihoutsnd or twelve hoi R died aereenf fine Oane and Hum Land, aa w.H ariapleit Ihe prodci Ion of Coni and i otton, aa anv land In tile f- ,te «■ Mlaila-ippl 1 hla land la altuatrd on the h lulliern b un larg Ndnlh.wer Cr-unry, on a beauLful Lake, three m|ie* frem tbr I too Hive- lot.! Which Ii emptlii; affordln; a Boo ati aiub. at nai gallon Ini i the river Upon this laid Is deadnlng Bve years oh which la auireptlble cf m tklng a flne crop ih.r lira', year. T.to-i not third cadi; lie ha anee In two aur.urtl naUIment one-half .1 Ihe same will bs taken tu oegro p op-rty If deairtd Addrisi, * W. RANDLE, (hla landing) Yetoo River, care of LL i c» limp, oggtp tl _Vicksburg, Li sa. ATOIICB -To llie FUofMinltHHb a»f In* V|r Ll HiiiiM tvnirsi nnuroaii • ' ° nos- wwtlof“f the Iftot'Aholdcrs of th® Virginia CerHral Ka»!'n* «.Vm party will h® hrl i In the c.ty *f Richmond, i n J It m w«Ih) . the tit h November, HU. .. _ lhe »t!nothin of th® 'tockln Men Is e*ll# to the following r> tract from the by U*( of t!.e c mpsny. vis : £8 All proxies to reinvent stockh Ideii «t s g-neral neetlng shtll b • In vrtttoT.srd d**»fdby the prison thus traesfirrinf t* power ; partne ihlitf rosy ilgnin the namec-f'h* p artner h p,s th- si* rat air of either me*nh-r of the firm shall be valid No ore* •hall b • valid, glvoo more than six y days prior to ti»- mertlng » ih c tnpat y. •44 Noproxr for lnd!r*d-;«l •torkhi'Mrri tball pa* h"t, going l or returning fr.m llig marling* of Uio company, q«'m hr l» I.,. self a ttoeeh-dd. r. J* (ItlUkPT, Trfaa Office Vu 0-r.tr»l Ra'lr-ad Company, I Rlrkmorrl, Arg-jA, l-dl (_rr-‘t-f-iw1I *N HV Til* fiOVKHNOK OF Vllifll'lt - I PRuCt.AUATtOS — Whe-etF,a rrcinei h» rrean-ed i ihr Hnutc of D* Irgetra of Vlrglrla. occ«l w«l by llir dr,ib - rt I LI I AM M COOK , III. Drlrghle • Iwrl fro” th' c< unty f Wy I thrrrf,." Ih. rhr-lirof aald conntjr la b-r-by rr-n.1 id to h-,Id a .•.«cll n atlhr takcr.l [f ana of to I g prearrlbrn by la* In pal -non-y, <n the tl.l.d Tboraday, br r.g the flat day of Nt.Ttn.b -the prrirnl lutmibo for a iNlrrait to HI! b yac .nry af-ireaald t i f.lvai under my btnd aa (lovtronr, at d undrr lhatr ■ b 8 Vof thrCcmnin'.wrellli i.t rlehm otht« 4th day of N- y.-« I __ I bar. U61. and la tbe year of the Oommrnw-alth tv.« ***'• ( ’ .OHS LKTOHaB. By the OoTrmor: titow.it W. Mtwmnn. nod- ctlc N c.-t-ury of the rraitonwa'P. DV. ROW'D WCVIBW f-.r Orirtbrr and Nov ■ nil.cr, 1861.-A. mOBHIK, haring made erranfe-r.r- i» for theralc of the .novr an I ay w rlc. to ling and f.y-irabu kno.n for lit high I n- ! ebe-setor, and ■>• thr n|»,«nl of h u em In • real., r-*p'clfo 1/ aollc i* •a’-acil.t-lon* fo- ti e tain . P.lce a year, to nor. tier. I Ingle number Dicta each, n II (AOIt N ILK.- M hh-la N. O. Sugar; ii hbla No. I Coffee 4u T »a ; an -bit Syrup; Crutted ». d Pot l rr l -cgtl; Bl. Nall. Ac ; ISO Wilt purr Mountain WMaky; French h andy at Wlnee. J JHNb >N. YOCII.fK A CTAT, 13 Pair »Ure!. '«ZJ o? SCIIKWI.K 8k Trat.llrrr (olar South will okarrve that the eft noon trail for Pcteiwborg, leayca tbit elty at tuaaa. e luttear of tour aa formerly. .. oedf -1 m T. H. WYNNE 8ap> nNVBLAPRD AND FA P«K.-* «,»• KojrtJP** Ij *00 ll'amt Baled Paper, jolt rcc.lred by A. MOSKIS, V Main blraet___*”' CIIAlll'AIUN W'NIn Nyor* Oct. 'JJ-I, 1801. too ba-krit genuine imported Champugna Wine, for tal.' by W». IV AbLACK HON*, cornu Pearl and Cary bl*._cc'i* W.ISTFD, , , jjVHTl No I Candy M.ke a. Per good h-ndt a gcod tlluatlor Alio, u ft* tlioi.tani ya''ontrf ptltr* Pick’.'*, ( Carat* h*r»Jli b lot, lor whUh Sib, and M cent* per gallon will be P»!J. by ap plying at No. SO Malu »tre<C 1 7 noli— c. __la j now’y. x, I)I KK ITALIAN RALADOIL. forUblense. |«i rr 1 cel rad at MKADE A lit Kb KM Drug flora, 144 Main Krrri oorti«ir %bov« P O__°_r" IlIdJn'FORntifUKM -Wrhsve Just recHv®d *n m T in-i-n.oi of Pxlrhank’s c-1-h xted Platform ‘■cs'e1. Him. W*J 1400,1100 2« 0 ) snS V&**0 lbs, for s*We by H'. H. I O !»• N NAN, Inn Froot Hoi:Jkg, Gnve ror A .HOST DKSVKAHLK COI-NTRV HEM* r>ES0F. F R PALE OR BENT. MR^ MIRA L CARLTON wi^ies «o se’l. or r®-.t her ft-r within ten ml let of Richmond, containing 15> a^rrg fl*iw well sdaj.u d to ntarkcUnf purpcs'S. The Urn lies •«. ■ w*-l enclose i, and !• In go« l farming condltl ^n. 1 he place Is hea ihy and is ennven e it to shur bes, schools ant mills. There It an abundant upply *>f * o I w^od a id t'mhrr on th* farm. There Is t lot of land adJoln*ry wh’ch can oe brnyhl. The buildings are good and are sufflcUntly coBROslotl to so comniod i’s a d s'std family. _ Addrear, Dr. Ws. F. OAlNE* or Hanover OK.Va., Nov. E.1S61. Mn.Nuu U Oaump. no.—elm through Uio Klct.mi.Dd, p, 0. ■ 4VINO.'T'IINhTITIJTION OP K1CH.WORO. OPPICI AT TEI STOBB OP CHRISTIAN A LATP.BOi', KO. n UAW S1RKS7, WDEBE Depot!It wBl be reedred, on whleh aa Intareat of el. per cant, will be paid on all mmi ramalnl g on dtpoffit el month, or longer, and ffye par rout, for a ahorttr prrlod._ Th!t Institution has been la distance for Thirty -On* yrary, ha Loaned oyer Tea Million* ni trouari, »■ ’“r . “ ... Aoitar. or faiiad to pay any Certificate when dae. newer lo*t one aoi.. . «r jj£n. GARDNUL Fret' leal Wll. M. CHKlfTUN, Ca*hie . _ tltlGB w fBT, *>nr«*«ey v thb «;<> vkknok of vihgiria.-i BP/i/Tf A MX Tins -Whc cn*. a racancy Hu OMirred In Me Conrenllon cf Virginia, o-cMlnned be the reipnatlon <f Al M Bv*n r«. me nf ih# member* for Ihe "an y of eon in.-refer* .ho .h.riff of the raid county I* h.r-ry paired V. h. M an alertlra at the * total P>»"* »< » >‘Idk preacrlhed by law In ■aid con ty, on TIIUBalMV. th■ >Ut daw of ncren.h.r th-prc. ent mcnib,) for a u.eeber of th* Contention to All the tarn..* afnre*eH. andfr mJ hlB(j> u Governor. an ' under the era. 'l e. lof the Commonwealth, at Rlc mon.t, thl* 7th day o' ' » I f timber, ledl, and In the year cf He Commonwealth thr SW* JOHN LKTCHAR. By th* Goternor: Gsoaoa W. Kcrroan, Becr-tary cf the Coamonwalth PW"TI,- paper* In Jeffriem -oun'y trill copy, and •endthel'-a* count* lo ihi Ixeonilve Prpirtmgpl.___ Bo * -<id* Book# ANO »rATIOW*HY.-f RASDCLPH. by iocen^ purch**e*. h** Urge *J UUooj to hU »W Ul Book* and Atatlonery._____ NRtW PAItllLV FLOPB-le whole and halfbh *, I* »l!br OWL waTTACtU franklin BtreeLjtel^et Karhanfe BoMi ^OliTHF.tn IfKAM PBIVATKAB ^fg|, n COMP »NT—Perron* dr*lrcn* of penmotli.* thl* JiFR, crunch cf cur National Defence apalnat car enrulrt. caojn hcl afrw ehare* of the Work to *ob*ertbr for, atthtotBee No. Id Pear aired, Aral Aoor, where atl Information can be had. Rharee »!.*>; each In A No. 1 Ahlp._ )yl»-*t MtD IRA AND PHIRRT ttfNRd.-A f.w parka*.# of th* above of A.,e qw*f. pyfyNPGBT API, bo,*«h a. fer^de, ^ y ,Togk, , ^ UUFKKiOH (IHIIWt'C TOlUtrO. » bore# Lan.horn A Boo* irpetlor Chtwto* Tobacco, elrlnaa b. an >*, f jy!l«* ** _HUNT A J A V Wit New PlO( lt.-l»« bb.* new fl ar. Juil b. hvo I, fcr nalw In quaultlir. to *uiL UI.Nr * jj8| Corner Va an.l Cart «tr «tr. NO. IWIOLANNIiN AN8* •>! <I.» •* IMbbWB.O M* . laaaaa *dhhd»N.O. fu**r, f. r raiehw __ ort t niiVON ti. DtVfiNPdeT^CO i CAMPRRrKll**AII*K. . *|ASCFiCTCRt.. by W. k • BUT ftVWltt. ^ ocW . > No i d MaiortrreL ' gti5«a-*~m we-iSiSfe:',,™**. a «. RSOttY \S» JrlKHKY C<iLLUK, WAftHINGTCX 00., VA. rsv hprfop Soil Ion of It* ludtutl.n Bill kern the »th of Jan uary nest. B.i-.id can be had at f 10 i>or m.» .ih, at the Coardutg Hail, or t $11 j er tuo'jlh, In privat* famlks mole tzpertliig to aUent mc uqi-iU'lu nolif/ the anacnlgn* J ly Ou* 0*1 *r cUarg*i are : To tion^ r ft uo *h .$13 U> 1ft <• Ifdil aod oh ige fi:J«nllcr.6^ rop:1ngcnt f*e.. 447 Am payable io V other Information can be had by addretduf, K. E. W»LBT, Pres'L nc,ia-tl5 Frb _ _Ktnory P. 0., Ya. tlftlb - XMU ft**,* OF 7IIVM Ifl. A. ALLK:N*I i W)'1(»0.. WILL CO’dMVWC t CW THR PI LBV Op OCTOBER t he* r«»Hsoee,on 1st Bl'etL between Clay and Marshall. Mpi-tf_ WH. LliFEBVUirs ftlllOOl., RICHMOIT, VIRGINIA. Ir.sMtwtlon will bo opened again rn the lot dry of Octo* 4. bar, iSdl, f.r the rcee.tlon b«th cf BoarUets and Jay S*chob «. F r particular!, apply to HtbaRT P, LRPRBVRR. tit'imovn ri;n.4i,E institutk. I|uf uett r«ti. n of thla Iudtauon *111 b.frn it.-iol.er let^lhfl, L and • e*pe«'.cd to oarrwpotiJ In oil rraptetc la thou of lor er jeare. The mm. faculty will rrailn. r «'erme *111 hr SI t errtnfure. and (be Mac liberal patrouaye ora >hlc »e t en and thr booth la hoped (or. $y It haj hern drc' ird m flee to ihe dacyf ten of Tolnnterr* * the t-rrlce of the Conf derate Male*. tuhlou In Ihe AnfUab melee rata or ciuoa Oatalnfort nay be found al all the Bookitoree. r .r flirt..er Information apply to ,r8 if_t’H«V. H. WINSIOW, PrcuM—t AHUUIKD lE.MAIeE hE^IIIIARY. IRIiC subsc.lbcr, Id c onealon with his CaugMer, ah > was ula . cats! by Mr Leftrbsre, of ihe ci y of k..Maon<1, p.oposm «*oittnue t*iU from lha 1st of October neit Turms, p?» le&don of five months: • Primv t Raell«h b ar.rl.es..... lift AO Huh< r LngUh trV ches. 1ft <bl french ' . 7 90 Mus'e cn the Han >. 1° Oft P-drUn,. 1« 00 Board can be had In convenient and respectable families for lid * er month Daughters cf Volunteers in the seittet of Ih# country will be lucaltd grata tcu»l/ GEO. W bOIJiY. Ashland, ;«pt lO, isil. sell -etf [CB0IL \\ \ XTK . -A mMImrui of stx year's a a '*H 1 t nre In t aching Lh* dtrslcs, M»0». roaUcs and common Bog* ih brand e*. %ud a YlrgtcUn ty Hnh *nd e4urat‘on. Wahei Is rtalQ a K .rnily School. Htf'rrrcrt klsrn aud requl'*d. Ad ee • P t| " trwfiaian Con t-llou * Va . oe||-cMlf A UOVb:»C\K4N Xk A NTFD.—A lady competent to V. tea ’h llu#le, Pr and all the Ei gi'ah Branchs*, wax.ted teach a v aclio ars In my family; eoioc of tin in well sdvareed. :ur»«i ROhfcbT KBYKaLKY, oil—elm Broad Bur Bullion. M (. & R hiri .iTIOHS WAITED. It WO V’r/.iU lad cj <J* site rlUMlors as Uasfcr’t la a pHeate ftir'.ly or an A * ('ns ««fu om Is quaff! d to teach Ia*tnt v tif-h and the foUjh briBctn, sod ha* had forr yra»*s «sd«* f-.ee The other traces Mu le, ft*net and the Ktglffb fancies «tti«fa t ^ry UoilaiooUU glsra and requtrrd. A.Mrem, P R. s«ft—ctr Caro of Rent A Janco, Rh-hmo • t, Va. \OniM TKATOH’S NOTK K. VI.*. pr***t**■ h» v>a <Uli*i b..ln.l Ihr c.t.te of Mr. W*tt'ara Jtrvl. dr i .< *>. au uf lirnrte* rourijr.a.r i-nu*««i| to i*r* nt tbrrr Imm diairfr, f* r (*. y i rrt, 11 fir »i.b. r brr, . *1 thoee ; I bird t*> the euufe, are rr^ur^e i vn niakr rvlji p.jpr , c • the wl h "! thr A.l .t-UU»ior to wind op thr inatu wilt, the •rt nra* Urahle d, lay. _ JAULt I. APfRWON, 00l1-»tA»I«r Adaio itnpf IETANTID .noedlalely.aUt'WrtitUTt torlhoa m>,foi»hlcb >Y a liberal campeutUi>n trtll bo alert. A ldrtM B**w*'ork A .lira lfUnt.-roi, »vuth of Cat/. °** 4tf KXfCUTIVE DtfPAKI M*hT, I IfOit«**»!>, Va..Jnne 1*. Ifl. | JIHRDI’TIKA UKVOLVEU IH KI FFHIMi l the troop* la the held »lth Imall Arma, r.cld Art;l.M>, .nJ 'juioaitlor tberoof, requlrlcg t division of labor, the foUowl:g Ttif Colooei of Ordnance of Virginia nriil continue to attend to •Isaac of aims, both Artillery and Bmatl Arms, belonging to ' ll Mate, and to tfc* mmu'icturs of Held Carriages and Oai*» The waking up of all kind* cf Ammunition, including the mane Vtare of Prrcowlon 0*.« and the Im ’ng of the same, »IU by pt* led »oby the ordnance t)*T>aftiaent©f the Koatbern Conlswrra ,t fir which purpose «o much of tho Ammunition aa is now on *ad at th • Arrnerv, and the i-»esent accommodation for fbrther aaafbdmre of Ammunition m la now appr.-prseted for that per «• by t'lli Male, tr turned nrer to vht C .ofede.au author til aHng the c •nMnuance of the war. T?»e Colonel © Ordnance of Vlrrinla will maks Us neeouuary Tangemsirts to ctrry nut M s foregoing ®r^*; |« !.V-ts JOHW l.an. Hs.lt cFflCB RICHMOND AND ptnKBSfcllRU B. R- 00.1 kiniiosp, Va , NdT. IUi. Inol. f ! N cnnt«noDfe of <he luryt o' lrir.«pon«’.lon. • bleb!. ! UflD* i> rfure-rj ny ttlt C B,» y fur H> - Dorn: ia»"i, li t Irrki In Hi *■ fr.l.bt Otptr'ment, Imr. o.< »!«••■»' e. Hrt-tb.ll •>»'• .It of the d. P<t. H- tre, thtr.fi-ri*, rooptUrA lo r^oiriln.l II M' .lg’tfi of «.od rt o»tr CIt ro.4 .bell pty 'btirb.lt muart due • n th. .»m* btfert lh«y »r» J.H.trtd. ^ri 14. rule Ml b. tutored U tf « •**• * , ,op, GEORGE W LEGG’a wisiiimra FAMILY FLOUR. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OP T1118 FAVORITE i i.oi k ' f For sals, by TTLIRAi***. ncA-dt* _ _ Iti Cary street. t £21 ’4i of tb< CoHlc&rmU' fttftl* s. | WAR TAX FoR VlFUHhlA* V IUo. u< %t>, No*. ft. lull. J rnF. following Hit of aprs'utmenta !» n w published dih a tlew to ylvc moi Ism. • l«t- Information to lb** | »rtl s i t re‘'tl well ht hr punt'c gene I y Ihe fowls and twstn c Ions to the >1 ect. re h .ye bm forwarded I y mad to them at tbrti r«S;>*<live st ofleti. when mown a* J to tb*». cowrt-bowers, 1? anbiH'wn.* hfse counties n *l nimod lu the list bate Ivlod to ®*k • at plica* oo, or for good reason* are :• yet wttituld fn»r PjbKgjMj^ Chief Collector of Confederate War Tsa for Virginia. Alleghany-Tames M •dnrtsgue Aiu-lla— Jji«4'irl'a P Taliaferro Albentrle- Haitlgh C- Isioo and J ▲ fsr'y Amber*!—WMune i-atles Arc. mac-John F. Wife Appomattox—a i> MoD<amwm August*.- J I'ayi *% A II Cochin, R W Curl Bland - F K liUks Braxton-J lieH Krliy 'ed ord—Frederick Aurspaajh.BenJ Wrkes l o.kMey— Utarl-e 5 Us hotFtcur — Jt.i.n Q A Krllr HU'Xlr.tjham -nr Wm P klosalty b'jrnl k—O.o W Jr ore Oralg—WiaA W'atgh Campb- ll J' bn M McCa il»Ur, Robt Rlrely Cha let idly— Richard b WaSdill U.aikt —fan rs M Lite Charlotte- a A i.y> C.f'U e—U B Tor. st All Carroll Ah x m Mi*th»ll Obes erflel l -Al'X b ms, H Carrlnjtoa Wat !'• Oa’p^iier HOH-iwo Cumber .rd—J W.lliiWUlOB KRuwlddh—J sfl Folsf.au PWi -lb' S BGarnett F iuf| at-r—W KGa*k1ns, 0 Me!* Jobosten VrankPo—FC Murpry Frelrrl k -KM hyduor,-8Utl n »yU—Jo*e h W iliams H iranna -'i-ortr tr H» I man Gr yscn—F G Hals Grcea. — Isaac D hiskry l/fMWnl le—J IS'I kppi G'lea t i.rl* lifi k. Peck Glou etlcr—J»spcr 0 llug* e* Go*-o’ I -ltd W Pi,m*l(4 Halifax -9 H CsbanW*. J as D Hawkins Mb rv*- -Hrri.Rld SlPo'Icl Hard; HU Gamble Htn-fc-W y * • arne«, Joho A nn-ehrsno Henry—John t Pet f Irleof WlfM-B MO try JameaC'li— PA 'aylor J .Hereof—Id ». rd U Alaquith . Bis* Gtcrge--A T D ahwau King sad Q'i e — Sauuel > Harwood King wnm.1t—L lr»u« Lanraater—W L ft Mit hell I ee— Jam" M Venable I^u I n —It M Ucniley, Jr, A ft T.nderatar Ylioe M Wrrnn Louisa—M A Hope l.un. nturg—Greer A. Wood. Madiaon Ihorn'on P Pe'ty. NU:b «l-W.H Hudg l. Me. alen o-g—Cl alb- r. e HeuawilgUt. M n..«ill—John l> Paine. Monro—John Tiffany . Montgomery -Jeaee A. Ko-1. None.ir.on If. H Re ly. N.l o -Wo B. Torn./ New Ken:- Taeew. ll ly l«r. MlcJolaa—0 V. Kelly. 1 Norfolk Oocntj — a w 11 Jansen. N- nliAirp on -be Jtarlel 8. GoflSgan. a--.i—.._n. a r ra i.h.iL , Joe. B K dr. 1 Pr i.ee ne rg.—w i. mi ni p -ix • Anns- Etweed Unbeit. . . Pu aill dm. A. Line. B*pi Ahenmak— Wm S Mllar. Uu uond T A. Ualderaiin l Koanok - Jam a «. M CeeVey. * R ek> rldg — An lrae P.Herenn, John W. J. rdoe. llj.uln.lnu— W. N. Mbit-, Jufau P. Beuuey, Bi.nnrd At *><ph ene. kue all—Th.mu P. Garrett. 8 rn.rdo -h - Wn VI. 8 b.rt. Beef.—lit I *Ii Pogafe kp te> If aula—John a BmRB. • £ lU.*'atr|ilO:l w w liil(;a no? h—f dwaid A. 3-:ota parry—J a (lake * . ku e —B tt TUr, ten. Taaew. U - - liomne A P.ery. Warrwi.—G- rg- P.ty, Wealm.r l-nd—P G HungerfcrJ. WU>—Uai l I 8 doge. .dW.W^WWWH,-. wa ■ -f *** a ■ \ ?