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   Dawsons Weekly Times and Union (Newspaper) - December 31, 1862, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               PAWSON'S WEEKLY TIMES' AMD-UNION; VOLUME 23. aiid Union From the National Jutel Igniter MIJUTAKJT DLAlJ.LutK. Our rc hlcrs art) aware thnt al several d! in .lljo process orthe.wnr. wire how engages the'aUention o' the people wahav'c paused (d take a re trdspgciire slancdai then ihmry bt tuition HU pcrimluced1 by the ebbs and IlMrs of tho ca pttigti within pariiLiilar llniB. in the of llu UtliQ. June last, ire reviewed the rmlitan win ii touk place in tin Vnllej o the SHcnahdoah consultant on ihe mcui MWI midemto lhat region b) lIluUmfcdLraiL Gen VralJackdpn. ths. expulsion :6f Genera! -friw lilttc succcj-f hicli attended UK efforts of the militar) admmihirnlion m the cXHcduwnsil set on fool for UK, pursuit anil rapture" of the t-nctny in that quarter. tlitn traced i to lho  pujsutiiL-, titill built un the fuaK" bihty of hif plnn vf aeaminif-n ngnmst llicli bond fiotii tltiit point -II in ;i-lf n at i uf :lhu armien of Oeii McUetlnn and Gen llm, month T WAYNE. INDIANA, 'DEOEMBBfi 81-1862. tnado 411 attack, list tYidiij but wis jn tn Uufc a Fiiderttl forco unJur GUI To morrow will be ihc festival of ctir Sa of In. t. tuli] at kfwL nccumjilisli h iioiv ihu't those united ai inies, in their rcciuitud and in llii'ir new orxnnixa- on wtre tho cumn and of Oen Burn UL nnd to orders from Wn iutijton Accorehn0lj the Arm> of the I'litunnc wan ir'nen'towards fttlihbiith, whicli it reached bout of KovcmU'i 19. was found in readiness to forw vx tions with the  dmunuiit the tho corrcspon'de-ncu dm- jCouiuiL-nt, indeed, U la his pursuit of the tnomy, Gen. McCk-I- ax-to kcnj) Tien. niui Mrtzud-tho cnjw ,of lliciir- hts flank or rear. In cfrcct.'hn tnarihinpori the chord nf an arc iii .Richmond; .wliilA tJcii: LWri int.; ihii natno" wan ctini- 'the' Conieiientte liwouldcoan havv the mning Iwtite on Odii; i. Gen. have 'jlulj .Vhllo llio Ut- f was in" the'mid 'carcbf or 'his miiVc- on'tbuSUl of November, to.-tum over or lha army uf tba Pytomnc 'Co 'Ceil. Bdrnstde. The older 'reachcd.tiiut at Hcclonowii on Ihu 7th. nnd ifnWiifliitcly'entered on functions, rucciving evcryaid from .bis prcdcc- for with tho "With of camn n tho programme of military tio'nk Tlio'Hnc of tb7 Ittclimon.l WAK tlivorted from tho direction puiwiod ilcplellan, and turned to it ihii; uianiiiiiYrc tho ln'nuflr tho Qbncfal-m.Chief It Np'pcars froui report Irt tlln .Secifito'rt' of thnt Ucn. 6hlurcd' llifit llio force sKoiiJd lie w-ntto J-'ieilcricIcs- t tup, wbere, h" letter (o Gem-rat iliite of Au'xiifit (i'lh1, Vllio uullvd." vtais mil U "I I... I.I..MV. by who army I'oi.onmi.wu jjiii-U wiih Ihc enemy Iw inknthliutxnt I (Iti.l tli.-i divide! 1 nml tlit not doilre ID 1 or for what n-nmtn iho i. "'l liml't'l.P onriild tliKin, (tuly t'Nn fiivn 'lte 'd imliinry nut full lt> i tin iiilnd iif i he miiit IK? in nil. It, virtually l.i l.rc, "UN- nil nf nil nl.dtcU im Itlchninhil Iiy itHnla tnlitipil troin eir.-ltit lo bftriici the l nil nl your ru hi tiff n Hi.- lino of ili.- IV xlllaty In ihnl llcH-1 itiacli lo Iti.thinoiui n-i In I xipllimit.'hMl only nltiK to iililvq dlnrctly Oil llml liitit tti tlmiw in lilri way Iwiweeti and llidi- ltinnil.'F llut Im nin- ii ro Uiln n fiirtiiidulile at nnd really meant tn Hiirprimi llio nnu' mil Ihe cmmlry by mi ma IH.-W whlcli Hlmubl pen Hi Dm w.ithl aV- .11 ihv of Urn. ii ivtlti which Im inrniit to play oil ihin-uo- murnt the puiili- cation of bk MI far an tn M by moveitlfilti1. into liatim'ivrc. Hut U tioi-ins wa niitttonk Ibe Of llift (l.Tiu-n.l in.Oliirf. Tlir ibu eiininy'M hv liecomnt a vry Kn- iw that fnim the vhair of the O.-itt-.ral JirociH thu nim'cmeiilti of. the othrn. Kutliiwinp tniuknl out hiit nock antl'iimrclirtl dimzily tin workri M'hiiUi HIM mutiny ha'.' for bocn throwing, up lo resiitour Tlio valor of iiur most Kingnally di-inoii-itntitcd bv .he which they worn ii-nt, tlinrpo of llm HaUklnvA, "it. wan inaKiiiflfttit. hut it wni lot war." And Army of the 1'otu- inc. after h'ni'thg tihci) Us heroic blond in fcalof valrtr, rulrncird its KIR s to tho litd'hunk DfiliM The fact s ill us announced by its brave leader; JAltTfifflf Altiir'flir I'DTDMAC, m order for electiuii Mr. Murrny'rf [Kjlitiral frieticU now cuncvdu the from tho following extract from the Times (Ititpublican.) "Wo have Iwen Sivoroil by Mcsnr-1. linker md Thompson, with c.ipy ol thu laie ilevid- on.of uiir in the case "f Mirh- uel U, Kerr .John wherein it iK.le- cidcil that Uir- acwptBiica by (J..I. Itenj. llarri- tint late nf the1 Court, of thu C-'I'iiiHcy of a TolmiiiHr cutrd hiif cIIkM ttfpurU-r. to K..-uty ihe Hi-jit ton to bti raided in Ihu I'UlDmiiMUliawruiiMcMnLMiirmy nnd Ifo- ber.fn favor ufihu Imtcr. We ln.petmirnfi.-r xvheu wo hnv6 ninru lima to liutiec 111 Inn at IVlIO I'ltlWlUlixr! 9irico the mlopti.ui I'Vk'ral Oinxtilu li.ilt W4 iiyvor hud a 1'rwM.Jchl vrltu llml ft.i til- llowllt of hUowii; whu imrmlltMl himwjlf to IKI dlotatwd III ovary nirnxure as Mi t.UHMli! hnn dune. 11 .j has IKTII nn.l a-ahi to niitHKtitru ofwhlch IiU juilj menu nut npjirtjvf, oiut al Ihr prenent ho to IK- I1U1I4 tu.il ill (hu ImillU of the Ul J Tht! iitiMU; U awnrfl that a alwIiil.Hi.Vnntors drnn-nded lar total substitution of but and populaliciii of tlit Western Stntei; was much mr ro thin al present, umplc sngdr and tmda-wbrt were mnnii facturud in gre-U abundance in Ohio nnd Imli ina, but that nource now fjimsbe-fi a vtry -small porliim the ]iii ituj eonsuriKd Tin, rapid clcnring up uf lliecotmtry has 'greatly reduced thu tnujiK- foreiitfi of those States.1 and ilie in crensed dumand wmpclts the people cither abandon tlio use of these ncccfatties or to re- port to some new source for'a A fiitr'yennt while Chinese rere rap idlj up tin ti, nmg distr c K i f Ca forma introduced into thnt State the seed ofn cniic from which ihal ni-culUr people manufactured in infL-Hor urticlu of sugar. Soiiic Kcii-htiflc gontlrniaii to which the country will be in. ilchtu.1 for nil time to some; came lo the con- JtKinn thai if propi-rly was altu-i jrttitr: pruTiaMo ilutt li-vcry article of id' tnulasHcn -colild1 be iiindu from it; lhal if jreculinrly adnpted 'to tlie'Nonh- ;rn climate, nnd lie called 'the sL-cd iu be birth H will bo observed by di' in thu churchy of mauj rtligiuiid dYnuin inatious, ind we irust bj a of aft secular erajilnj niciiL lute we greet our rea I crs by .wishing tliL-m the enjoyincnL of many reeunng Christinas u-stnals we hop Iieyj may occur under banjuir auspiCLS than IP presciit. j Since last we Wishei ouV rcrfders a hmtinos many changes on private life and the family but lie iwiuirsl affairs of our Uto hnjip> country, whicli seriously threaten the peruianencj cr institutions. Many ofyou within the pasb year have beet illed on to niuurn thoso near ami tlutr lo on Lricktn down tyrant, di-iilh.' after a 'astiiig lingerin-illnejw, while' others mourn r those wh.i fell Gallantly, eTefijny'itig'tlii'ir iuntry'0 rights. Sjmo in deliinco of oil Ul nlowinl s of the times have pros- wred.atid been successful in business.'..while .hers liave fiuK'ii nml arc now1 grittrinu ever ot tiled expectation; anj itopa blasted nr unfortunnto country in grotnins under miens that have nearly bcc-.tno intolurablo id of a .briglitcr day, has not ,'yct tmncnce'il I'aBi unBforluncs m public (Hid priralc life ay servers bcaconn to enablu IIH lo .steer clear breakers iipjm winch prertpus shin wreck as mndt, ll becomes, the dut> of nil never nl Sullivaii '1'he I're'fiielcnt'ti blood If o'declare at Xew 0 liKirihute-d lo lha through the I'nicnt llw. Our ruadm am awaro lhat ulider llio imc of it U now grown ;to neon- dcrabto nnd in Iwgitming to'supi letlUieietieytfrcatudby'the liijli price of Or- Tliu loir price of ami the dif- ilic of sugnr urn Ihe now uriu caused il lo be pniwn lo a hut. the Adoption of Ibu Ued the price of Orleans s r.iriii: and t mil of a m IM tumuli t.. alplitlt .t Iff., ninl as fur we a inul, lha by ihrm. ineimal jimln. I Tho l'r -hiH he had uw h 'Gen. HAU.KI.'IC: The army was with. Irawn to this side of Ihu liver 1 foil ihn'ndm lion, i Jieposillon in fr-'tircflrilil-nonie carried, nml wa3 a mtlitary ncccKHity either to attack or A rcpiiUu wouhl hnvo Ix-url us. Thti nrmy was withdrawn at ithout .the of thu and without loss either of me-ii. And'now vrha't n-Culis from' this' complica- tion''? Is it any llii'n'i; CT the present, than dead lock i kidiinund by way of Im'ii-il Iiy tliu pruseVitiiiilitnry atluiinisiru. ti'pUlinn nnliiriilly rtsiSt.s irn tci it.nncl Ihu lino of approich'by way' of i-KredcritiksbiirK beinj; b'nckod up by nn iro- lassablti, barrier, the comuinalions of. llu: Oen- :rnl tii-'jhU-f have ixtun lo a Kiiililcn itandstill at n time mrnt to 'tlm MIISO of the Union. We. haVu1 no lirnrt to uiUciinio fresh disanlcrK. hut tfatdiall feel rc- .iuved J( ilhiH balk in the campaign docs not :ciid tti (tillilt tho ns yet unfultlllud [Mirtinn nf Scneral' Slr'Cltfllaii'rf letter lo Grn. Malleck; where in nf the lion of Unrrisoii'rt tne former (xiintcd lo thd.- "litoiiiR probability that it in- i'owera iu our advur- c'rterioaln rladw History, in ro- cnnling the. tiiicci-Kniyo. disnsti-rs ichirh have' 'illowcd the rfmoval'of iht Army of the Poto- iftC from t'lO 1'rninsiiln, will record xvtth mU the IHst- that it.fill. turned on iho inestinn ol Utininamlur n (ml try contingent (ff, jificcn thi'iisiind men, nnd ihitt in a wnr wlncli hafi its furccS iii'fn the fluid by levies of Ovtt1 hnndrt-d tlfmiWnil, three hundred thoiuinnil, and nd agnin. i, It wl" Ins hard to Convince thatM) mncli of liAmnl, and; as" it now npponrs, do niinftirtunc. need to have been on the Hrp'uhlic if iviso conficls had presided oVof.ouV mlli'tary The i the aelton of Senatorial cnncUi den.aiidH ihti cttliMiro ami txi-rrntl m of hutt who Ii litliulctl bv Intalicixm; It ilti'icar-l of, wilhillit preceilent, ntul If tiMrintpd will n-xnk In tint uf the cxocutlvu branch nt thn governitn-nl Tllu ToU-dil Illnili! IlillttialuH llml tho lias prcSUillol as ttltiwnttnn n-ijulrltiK til lo with UH ik-citntnU or re- riinn bin Tlie coilnlry has Istely hcnn familiar with dew, nnd datiKvnuiH mcaiiumi but thli llisolniit diclnliitu cnpt llm climax, nniHi tlm commriicpiiiciit ofa revolution ten limen more lhaii rebellion ofiliu Stnl.-s. The northern icMlioti iHnn attompt lotltrslroy ihir unity of the Rtalon and thm is uti ailitmpl to ilu-itroy Ihu of the uxi'cu'ive branch Ml Ihe govcuimctit and a lal blow al the vrry rmindalinn of Tim rreriiiletil In really himself I'm murto innnli'iice on thtt of thp n ho has time nml npain per- mitted them lu tlklata which 111) v ami hnd previously ml milled lo be he has hitherto nuhmiltcil in every imw.lhal ihey luanifuit an intei i todcpriv him o( all power, hd HUM to how great an ex- tent he has Ktlirircd himself to IM humiliated, am! is protahly no longei to resist. II ho should bu able, lo muster i sullicii-nt anmuiit :lo duly llicm, they will threaten him with a wn'nt of Inoney and fiiiji' pl-es for his firu'iict the causus wil n.picr." The dfgrcdnlion, humiliation nml .shame en- lailetl ujion our Iwlitml coiiulty hy the rice- lion of Lincoln, is only i-qtmllcd by the rftid caliimilfcs iifMiii her bin abulitiuu (HllicV. If Ihu scnn'.orial cotnnntlco had iindcrlnkfli to dictate Ihu dism'wwif or of Cabinet ny of ihe deinnsruttc IVuriiduntrt, wu are in clined to believe lli'n't il never would have been rejuatcd afier the first liiiluro. To the Action of tlif democratic pnrly tho now looks for relief.' (f it fails our liboily.iH gonQ f) ralnrii tin.'more; if it fails u art) Mlavut lo Iho fanatical God tyrant that it will tint (kit. i From Iho Wns A borrow fnl I Sotnn seven j'enra ago a lovrly jrjrl, years an or- lit thu circle in wlucii' moved, and fond idol of nijetl AHI) doling prents. Jn cvft ftourj.he seihicorcffiiic, and changed to ImUrtiMsnml (idiputr. The t-nn- ig victim .lell her homo and accompanied1 villain t.i the city, she IIM genenil- ly Iwrpp, IIIK A'.Hufu .ttin't1, tfio pmurs- ion of love ami devotion ho al lirst no frevly grew less fntjuent nml anlent, until ho ffna'lly aoundoued her I'rcvi- ri to tl'iM lliu victiiti' of the rillniir-t lust wan nncilcil in a hoos6 of low rrpme On TeiiflV street, bclwcun C and U, wh'cfo sTiofusidtdfor iu time. (Jtter destitution and reimirst id preyed upon her del teat u m gamxitinn until oblivion in ihnt ftiomy whicli :als a'wft'y the and sink such soufii ncvitablo ruin, day she closed, her brief and .nYournfiil life. While standing near window on the tHinJ stofy oV tho holm 10 whidi Im have referred, in Rtatc if jntAxication. she loil liOr tialanco In the navcnicnt Ix-low. that time forth jdii never siKik'e. and ilwilh hor, su'fTc'li- the nejft day. tiVit tn4V Ul'c cml-' ktmill lunir il attracted rcnowe'd loSirghiltn, uiliat inlHOU, bHudilerahl. were id uindo intu tnolaHiics or mlRlligutit IK-J-HII in diMTuver Lhal It was one of ihr tmwt- cmjis Al llm piourti! liniu we nro nc.jiuinlud with many wliM liaw ulritii thtt pretty Uiiiruin-h wliu inbrtniKl mt lhal lo raise fjoitliiini; Id Bive ilRtiotl alien, tioti ami nut im fuel tiro it ayrup and sell it nt KlxiyeinUt fislliin, mio will btinj; ihfin iiKim tiimtay limn iwo sown whit Bt. We arm iiUo nrtpmintcd wilh n geitlle- who in Illinois, who grows vary ijnniitUies. and creeled iiiiidiltiflry lo innlicii into he infnrmutiti tlinlUiuro no ivny by which ihe farmer can realize tho name amount ol nmmry ho cmi from the Sorghum. i llw wilt seen lliat ihe jinillts llm ol new 'tnptu "'ill, X Moni-oc. Ueti. Keen by Richmond the ba ihe bait lu ol that while G.n. Irtoin.liU olliciai rapuri, the I odd m hille-d anj wolmdud the Mn'ie containing it sny that tip In wolindeilhiid arrived in I'ielmigin! aiid4iiciitioii.ii> uuny more, nt MVJMJI drenched wilh rain nnd'iiojiro- videdfor. i TliVRIclimoiul Examiner ths JSlti Knyn. "Up to y'ectenlay morning S'JU pris ntrs arrived at Llbt'iy jirison fntm thn linjipn hnnnock, whom aro fjupt.' H. Morclmni, Kli'th IV'niHytvaiita. Lieut. John LM Virginia, F, tj. S. Te'b-Kraph C-tqw, Win. i'Wor New York, and a numlk-r f il clorks; J.tut -Ido more irrivcd.incliilliiig tilcven cnfti'mljiuion. olllc'trw. Thu iiicn were in spirits nml induced in jvkii.s rcmarU. HayhiK they had arrived here boloru inking Itlcl.itximl tiy tlie in selves. larald'a Special My a; 'he CuiiiiiilUw mi the of Iho 10 day Utllvck, Woodbiiry, f lliq i, and llnupt, of ulon matters the Krcderickiibtirg. Thiiir'lei tiilit.y uiainly conllrmaUny of of ami Iho comuiandottf of iho three (.iraiitl Divifciotm. llnlkck tttalrd ta LheOum- (uiitcc that McClcllail IiaJ ndvlNcd llic IDII of bridgiw in advance. The bridjfM were wtnt forward, however, Far four thffj1 would cainured Iwforc tho army rcacltwl tliat jHiinf. The testtlliotiy of UnriiNidu.a'nd iiU flcilqralx will, when mailc public, uinkq thu army of thu thd adtniraliun of llio world. U'iilsworlh lias, lo Ih'ui command of tlio 2.1 Division of Uurnsiilc to-dty ralurnrd to Uto hendtjiiar- tcra of ihe Army of the I'olo'mac, Washington.' IL X lo llic Times sayo; ll u not Iwil fur ihn pub- lic lu cherUh aa Illusory h'nj'ki llmttiic (jMhlliel imbrogliu In nt aii cni Mr. Sttward lo day ileclarcd to otiu of his fncixln that his reiiu'nip- .ioii of Mm'iitcria! wan .m'idu lo !MJ dv- [Mnidunt upon twu condiUoim, wbote non-fol- (lllwcnt wott'M men yet his renignii- lion, and lltdiijfh Mr. Chiuii to-day ifgnilK-d to hu IVcNtdenl hiv coiucnt to reiiirit lo hit) lartuicnt, It HCCHIH fljipareht that bin action will bo maJg to ilepctul, hO Jar aHuiiy nuicnt occupiniy goes, upbtt cotitinjjeucics.' klen'ntime, Matiton fceis tlwn ever, and twemx unconscious of ihc inlhieiiceH rapid- y comliininif njfiinBl him. llift personal n-ln- ions with Air. Blair have long been mutt uinfriemUy and llib lalltr aiift'cA of ii rale and fa'imly uitWd lu dufuae. a ItGo a HlrunKarmy.repiiUcd in ii bold, atlaclc. It nils bticK in good, order and call councils, af ra'f possible'lo fun'ii a Ilank tiuivctiienii. finch ran the causes ol to-tUiy. That it will c'ban- On llio crilprpriit! il ban undcrlaCen, is not within Ihe limit of possibility. Tlie war now L ixbeU have nr futLLt, at I on Uoyal, and lhat the enemy aiulain .R.txniirabantl coniiuuuicition. with eir northui-n frittids by way ot 11 Ueek, crossing Uio Pcomsulm and1 ipimhniinock at heed'B, aboilt'-OO-tailed- NoHlmiK have been exchanged with'tt'cirf for scicrt' dijs. J he nrtr pickets inainltiiii a friendly Jwpo inn totvards each Xeir Yoit, December SdiootWf Mirj L M itibini nrnud to night from Do- minica on the 27th.- till., wliilo ing tiic port uf KQHOHI, into twin by, tho pirate Alnbama. 6n tw, night of December 1st, when pawjing ifw Uland ol saw ihp pirale making. the tibure atid saw.hor next--day clow m Gen Mercflitii hiia bacn rc4orcii io cottf- mnnd wilhoiil exulaiiatioti on his part. Thiii virtually ck-nra him of thu chargu of miscon-, duct in ihe Frcdcrieksbiirs; night, Tim now {run-clad MonUiik tell for Hatnit. ion Jit'ii.ls yr-jtcfdn'y. She is If Uiininanilcr Washington, nomination fer' .Secretary of the Interior was ncnt Itito Ib'i' Si'iiato lo-dity. Assistnilt Seci f J j hna rfrclyciVa'nYt transt'tittlea' lo ill' Senate for raelluWlloii a trcnly of com- m rcu and In-lM-ccn tlie t Ucn. while aiuins (M lingo hi fnmt of Ihu Kallonnl attack ofdpulIiNy. Medical and he In bow liut ly recorcnrd. i Ihof-'i. -C.'H. bM nrlltnn ;lm Utter In Hie f ittsl of Ui l l.luw (q tbo uut to' tbvif. of ittsl SMtc. mi I to lite Ic'ii-lcr inijrej' u'l tlit- Tln-Scci-rtn-y of War linn tli'o It'i-'   pnltry j'n'nii'iiieAi! In bin pruclmnatiuit of free-- Join nf Sept. HUd. lie U alrta'dy of iho prucUinaUon 10 be uiticd on day. Tht) I'roiiilant linn altw made up liirt to n'olilheru Atria with' black wilt aUo bu Unal to protect ihonar'tation of the grcftt livers soon to bo opened to com-, Oen. Pope luft for llio went aflcfn'oon.; 23.--A large nnmli'j'f, arrived berg to day from tlio hniinock. The QfLviriimtnt DciartmenU aro closed' to-day, lliiitincii-i generally Thcru went hapjiy tin'icaa'l alt the LI ttoma Lhrrc were toasti, and and {J.wJ (Htinern w.tr6 alioilts ly fncudtf. flne. Mecenlly a munlier of belonging to' 'X CummanilitT Mnnny, late ol Ltl SUtiM Navy, wore found at at thu housu of Dr. llundon'.', Olio of thuni it dated j'ipril to "My" excellent frfemi; the Grand AdnViral of Kill-' a copy of whlclii was Seiil to that'fuofr' declared tt'ill mosl lilifily iiivolvc honfiu in its ilrcAily arc thtt stiljcct. Id, it will soon Iw nxiously Ci _t d rosult in Kuoli New Turk. Doc, -Key. LTnlossi West Jntud tho' thnt if steamers with Irooprt on bVnl there, ainonj; ihon. llic fia'jf- Xorth with Qen, ItinkS anJ-Hlnlt on Iward. on Sunday.' robbed suToral took awitp struggle aii h not difficult to foretell. Xu (Inu of our most pWi'mneht1 nrorma us that this daiigeroiiH di- to a coiuidcrabTe extent' In luHcily. Our readers will remember that aliout, n nonth wu slated on thu aiilhoiily of one >f our prominet Inwycrx. I'int a: garble tnudo T vinegar and .idlt afTordod bun almtol iimtiuil nilici. r: f.te, in'ninla'i'iw, rvfect ni- nsnislanc'c' and 'atlvin ftafiiig iho .jiimuciiMiioii .fniMtmii, nnd it fei ,nallerj, frnrse Itjeot will bti iintil tlie of! :h. .Mr. Lincoln I W V.rCf" ulcnt to transmit lo.Uiu House thjordcr mado Afarch. .Mr. I.in roftdtollifl n, tlraft or an cfnnHulpiitlon [iroclumation to be Itwucd On ih'o 1st 'pros'. It i'Semi'it'rt Ironi iti ntf dtiitm p.irtiiilly rupruiteiitediii thu present Coii- Winclfesler. Va.. was oecu'iHeil. by ,the Fc'Jeralu nn Tuefday having, bi-cn evacuated a fuw days by n rcbt-l force of Morgan is rcportod to tliij Ftvl- cralg at, Ky., anil U--on defeated near Cave City. Another, report is, that tho rebels have cut thu Louisv'illu amfN'oiillVillc R'lilrottd nt Ciu-c Oily and that Morgan Itcv. Il.cnry. Ward It.'ecnur, in the cflura i rcccut public remarks, itnid ho ''oidu ir- d nnd cndnranco tho s'niltlidr'n oftllcM, and, if they conlimiL-d toiishlns thoy laddono, this would not bo a short.war." in front of and il is supjioW Ih'a't i .1 den.'IfoBecrans is with NATIONAL rif National. the reltcU. The n-bjls have' Ukeir to .vithin lluriy ihilot ftf Uiiisvillo. Then, is a I ani, Uial tllC wiu that tho Federals hiraslilTord a revcrat UiA Htilfttiwirt tfit in the promisor, which .hy a strict party, vote wnJS'faid 6W tbd'Uljlii.' i Can any pfi'rsbn wonder'ol ihc cxtrcino nn'; jioiiulariiy' of llic Tlio ilrV rcHts wore bad but lo lull.thcrtft un- fortunate yictiuVsJ 'of'fmaticisnt. tyra'iuiV that if they d-trcd to prnciirt; their liberty, it would result in an inrrcasvil length of impriJiOninent, in ihe very ei- cense of; despotism rind cnielty. not wonder tliat tlio niijnrityiu ingress shrink' from an inTextigation. Tliuy uro w blind n't othiTfthcy aro hatud and tlcspi 'iFosler iR-Ucvea 'liimself strong nonjjli .to hold out until nr Sonato author- ized tho; appointment of a Ooiniiiilteo of So von to'whom rufurred' the-subject of a It', ft', niui' to tho Pacilic. Tho bill psWlnU portant which this OuminitLeu< w to i.-" T.i sent Adjutant into rith f A hiilnlW iMHirftiinifif cWiia j be ijl- Sir. lldt'llli lust S'lujny nlglit, .1 d AJllli rrt scuk a rcin'cdy for il 11. i .a liHler to of arms. that it would bu opcrntivos niliiptiBiip, and titan u. Lo ouUlii cuLloii uV forco ionalo for 1'W "A.-tii.i Tho lias notsigne- ing Wcsurii VirKinio. "llis .nknowii.' Itbobillndmit- ititcntions arc Gregg, killed nt l- I3e-c. here Wednesday I.c.fl al J'l! ycstonlay niomii'S tho -Th'c N. Y... Times says it ia retried lhal ho ifl, to' afwuiiio, 'comuiH'iJ MTetiissippV Uivcr jiaw at Memphis. JVc. movement "by1 cither and no' inilicitlioiis of renewal of lios- on disloyalists iu Missouri, ordered py Oen. ifcholicM, in view of rcccut tut tons of the willitigncSH .of tho Lo adAp'i cmaticipntion policy. The rebels have boon driven frofn Chkrlaf- i.' Dec. dam Uxuig-1 Va. Wo lost liro killed. tonreportfcaplorarelwlraidby t'loycd ami; The Tribune says African will Humphrey Mnmliall, wlm arc.adrancins with j omtfiyeil to gimixl tlm ..fthe n largo force from Woslcm Virginia'.1 i pi'nntl garrison fortu Ifclow Orleans Md1 tn'ovL-mcntofoiirlrnopslinsoccarrftl and on tho :oast- frouf any rubftl invasion. ill Iho i'miidcii'i SvciClary of War arid v.iierul llalluck, rmnt whom I allttHiMu tltm all reiufyrgrmvnW needed would. yf. Louis, Uca UuV civcd by Gen. Curtis, from Gen, Com- J be ecnt to bis Dojwrtwcril immcdialely.   

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