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   Weekly Gazette And Free Press (Newspaper) - February 6, 1863, Janesville, Wisconsin                                .I.J WPRR, V -tjhffJn', V--T It-.I ..VOLUME Iwi JANESYILLE, WISCONSIN, FEBRUARY ft, 1863. Oaze-ttejandFroe Press ,yXN'S BLOCK in Street, JanesTillc, Wis., WltCOX T K 14 M 9 JIN BOX. COUNTY; NUMBER 21; The Ooo.c-tiullt Hand. D, izta "wataiiMI.t.lltlonwcm- ftora Tore Itcary ,Crt To OutrllU. aud Wo >K roi-r of i pflor to A WttU rnicii ARD. H of Ouy Ciitw you atari ODihetbfuy o'clock la bated tbls3ht OCT CARTER. >CK COUXTT. vdj'K IK.Q m t itb .V toil KtmlnoAoo m Mid U.P.Cimoiy iltlorj. JCK COUNTY, aJtei. c loam kttovutK .aJrtfcfrfuiMj, Kill county, otk tM Jl Jo'j A M thrtWcloct cou.vrr. Crown, dtcMffd. A D -r ot town L.. FVM! uf bctt- of Ion that bvn-Aj U of to braid thtrtcf. nth crcSrtJOu la thuWMkl; Aptrpmthltbd MS I'lttCUAKD. LVooij COUNTY. of ivcccotit f be ll nw oj-oa ittcrvcC IB of L M. uid ibtt i next to iwj Cirtx BT ccwt, AUD.CvunV) _ COUNTY. Aftib ttgnof out tad It U M by oca it, in of nth tf jk Here! T SAIN STORE ?OOTE, t o o Ic. Vlade Clothingi GOODS. itisfied F iMOSEf jit "hi. ill IT "-1 rliff orJrrrrt In tb ou jo Will JO" r r.o on tho WBJ-, mmcrmid llfpn not pliy KP wouM h at hnuj, So vo OoftK.Qulll Dlud. Chorvr. To Wng-jcr'j tuaJIa; woros-nl, 01 1 Inch KC Ib.re ,Ild nctnt, whci, wo Intidcrt on the sUoro ThN QM.C Quill Io w. Cf.cn.-t. Then neit Ciicdtn  V ao   conn tolrr- and SU3W VV linnet- tfa- raitliun ilnj Jcmlt In lln- tlorm cloudi, VVhh Iheir VYoshuiild Kroni ttiA uf, From In n cli-uilj ot Iti blus (tlirr. Till dirclk o-tlio ivc-nthfr Vod-Kioilln llirvnc-.a.tounlltij To il> for the j-ot wan, Or any other l-l o Or O tht- blyomli.i: l-loowlni; PrtlaioialB__ t. cltl- 'fci In tlitlr or Or. t-> mulco thu bruit ,'f Till tlicy to. Ir lUi'th-j .U.Mlih To Irl-V rnj vhl.tlo With rfrhif lime. VVh-n iliplr jtr.uucN rtwich the raxrka Oil tin of tbo rirfi SvcolUn bv llic tb-iwu.g Of IW rrpioas f-jrihpr wHuep ih> mioic hill from, From cloucS of hedvcu, l-'oni InV. fri'pnoK r Itoitlu; In thp nrnn-jifnt Tliaf. whrno-It Ut ncl. ttr" Oraoj TbK-.'n Illutnlha. i; IXVOICB op FRESH QOODS cca iii Virginia had u fight al fredericks- burg, and gol whooped like the devil, tho firii re-port was lhat ihc Union forces under Burnsiile-loot forty thousand and the next was that they only lost iwenly thousand, it is hard to tell but I luink that they lost about twenty-five thousand, nnd tho seccsh didfit IOOM: bnt very In tie il Any, the papers dont state how many, I will send you old Abes Proclamation and you can sec it for yourself und show it to ihe boye." .Many similar epixtles have lutely been ?cnl to soldiers the same compr.uy, nnd other companies in the regiment, some of them containing money, nnd causing the intended All were writ- ten by prominent citizens. One which fnileil in its object was written by .lessc Kllis, a Justice of the Peace, in Coles county, urging a soldier aud the boys of his company io leave the army. This trai- tor t-.ni! suborner of perjury promised pro- tection and the power of Iho county to re- iist tho nrrest ot tlm He assist cd in raising tho company of ihesc boys whom he now ndvtses to desert. Demo- cratic rebel sympathizers in Bond county, a ago, did iheir utmost lo prevent captain Colby of Cirecnville, in tbatcounly, from rccovtring ouo of his own and three of captain Harris' men, who had overstayed their furlot xhs or deserted from Memphis. The gallant captain relumed yesterday wiih several absentees. The deserters escaped by1 concealment or flight. Had the captain found them ihey would have come also, ibeir democratic friends and sympathizers with rebellion to Iho contrary notwithstand- ing. Will the governmeul not puuish criminals 1 Desertions, incited and encouraged by northern traitors, are becoming alarmingly and dangerously frequent. When llie colo- nel, with Col. .fas. H. Maiheny, and Capt. Prcscottnnd DeCnmp.of Springfield, visit- ed Taylorville rast October, to recruit for iheir lHOih, CharUs Man- now sheriff of Christian county, and several oiherj, leading cilizens, whose names are known, cnder.vored to divert every recruit from performing their en- with the government in tho en tbe pub e rt- turnrd from tbp ,n 1 wril itock of UOOTsi A: S85OSSS, CANNOT BE SEAT. tot bflow Ki SjUt. BaJ, Cl KnnlO. flntjlilc Ptvticb. Kip n. ;lnx from to SiOO. UnJ. Goal TIES, P.I. Cf, Ot GnOn Pegged N ioo. j.w. 8IIOE L.A.CK KID coxa C-.cth BOOTEES inj To41ft S L. I 1' 12 It j jo to f 1 ,W. Xiwi' and ChilJff as' Wear, low n-.n. j u-r cub xnlclt (or X.oa. 3VI do. n. o I pot JOado TO OHDtlll. C. MINKS. O T H E ECUUX 1 I V E R OKKS UB SITCB LOWIK OOBftlM. Iloolioattox- SHOE STOEE! Cmnc of lilt Fnllurc of I lie l.nte Move- iiinit ut Krrilc-i CAX? cr Tilt UiGHT DIVISION. A ttie I'otoujic, 23.) As I feared and staled when closing my last, the move-incnt which bepan so auspi- e-iously baa been entirely defeated by tbe unfortunate stale of the weather. From Tuesday at S o'clock until Thursday night, rain fell nlmost without intermission'. Tbe ror.ds on Tuesday, when Franklin and Hooker started, were very pood, and and uriillery could move with facility. Bui ruin se: ihem ini'bemr.d so incxlric.vbly ihnl the of the ar- my was all exhausted in getting to the po sitions ordered to be taken. It is really neces-ary to see our position io appreciate it. Our troops lay fur two days and ibree nights in mud and water, and to day mart-lied buck to iheirold camps ibough seas of mud. Let no one com- plain ibiu noibing was done. The move meut was intended ns asuipris'e thesiorm caught us, delayed and revei.led our in tentions to ihe enemy. Had we crossed we could not have advanced. We did the very best could bo done under 'he cir- and all we cnn do now is to wail for better weather, more ar.oth er movement, and better success. The poiui.t selected for crowing, all in the vicinity of Bttuks' ford, probably pos- sess more advantages acd less diacultits iti ibt) crossing than the poiuts choseoi at thu battle of Frederick-burg. So far as obstacles thrown in the w.iy by the enemy, such as redoubts, etc are con- cerned, thero vcre very few of them visi- ble. We have this for a month past by a rocimeut of infantry {the Kioih New York volunteers, Col. Wood) and a i-cMion of Wcidrich's New Vork ballery. The rebels have bad, opposile, Gen. Wil- brigade of Alabama troops, ruue-h re- duced iu f ireusib by their losses at Gaines' Mill aud Amit-isoi, under I.ongstrect. The approach io the ford from this side is rath- er precipitous, while the accent opposile ia gradual and over a cleared ground. Half way up ihe hill the enemy have a lino of :i6e-pits, from which they command tbe d.iru, but not the point where i'. was intend- ed to lay the poutoons for the center grand division. The pits were, however, com roanded by of onr batteries lower down so as to rake ihera wiih nn enfilading fire and ihem untenable. But one point could be discovered where onr bridge would be subject to the fire of the enemy's artille- ry, and iraverses were immediately con- structed on our side lo coraruatid The point selected for the crossing of the right urand division w.is by far tho roost rugged and dillicak of sny. But thU di- vision did uot leave camp a: all, and p.vi.-ivge the river depended enlirely up- on the operations of the left and center. So far as outward ev idances co to show, tbcrx; WAS no visible increase of ibe enemy'? forces at point. Thero are oo addition- al earthworks added to those that have been there tor three weeks, and no more troop? wtrc visible. Tbe illumination of our canip-rires was visible for two back 'rots ihe river, aod so would ibe enemy s- hava been bad they-been os near. We_can- not doubt they soon bccatse aware of our iuteutions, and, knowing if we crossed we rau'VsdVaiieo, selected some better position in the rear of iho river, masked their bAlto- rie3 und swivitt-d our coming. Perhaps they were soaiewhul befogged in rejard to our" real bat usually ihey are not. One thing is certain Whether they knew or they hsd few or co defenses ajainj! our cretin? at this ford which coald been available against tbe ope- ration of artillerv. Hooker would have I crossed a short distance above the bend, taking a road which rans down along the i river'bink from the I'nited States ford, wosld OAve moved bv the left along the river and across Golia Ren, and thence by the right acd front to s position oa the dink of the cr.eiy. -For :his parpos' oar artillery in bead was so planted as to the b.-Hge over Golio Rca; near its important point. ET-TT one wbota 1 hsve heard li-lmetit nriicles. They prcvenlcd ihe no- lice for a public meeting from being pub- lished in the local p'iper. They dogged the steps of these olh'cers through ibe sireets of ihe lown, and were he-live in off their recruits as if the traitors had been in tbe of Jeff. Davis. It i eek the repose nece-'sary to enable her to administer to bis comfort on the morrow, ere the itawn of which she was again sum- moned to the side of his couch to Gad bim dead. It seems lhat some lime daring ihe aight the nuts" in attendance observed some blood upon the counlerpane, asd upon immediate e-xamination foand that ihe wounded hmb wts bleeding profusely, which he attempted to slauncb by tieiog a handkerchief around it, but before he could accomplish it, so rapid was Ihe flow of blood, the gallant captain was no more. j Tbe remhius of Capt. Wallace were taken lo Cantoa by ihe bereaved wife, and buried on Thursday last, with military BVSUHlUCKtRS. After Shiloh I wen', lo Western Virginia, riding sometimes sixty or seventy miles a day ibrough the woods and open couniry. The woods were full of bushwhackers. There are more bushwhackers proporlion- fclely, in some parts of Western Virginia than elsewhere on iho border, and ihey are organized. There are Harper's bands, and ClilTord's mob, and Itnboden's band, nnd many of the smaller sort. A bushwhncker is the meanest roan alive. I ht.d ihree or four of ray men, and we passed ourselves off for buthwhacber.4, to get cleat of the rebel j; nnd by deceiving them got all ibe information we asked. STONtlVAI.I. JACKSON AXP ASDBT. I first saw Stonewall Jackson six miles above Strasburg, and ruacy times afterwards. as we moved along the valley. I hud a mn to shoot small Suiith A Wesson's rifle, weighing five and a bull" pounds, and capable of hittinj- at six to eight hundred yards. I could uot gel wbete he was; nnd another thing, i could not always toll who he was. In battle ha is always dressed like a private. He moves about everywhere in a Cgal. When he is on foot he is fine looku.g, but he rides wretchedly. But Ashby was a beautiful rider, and a man of great courage. I have hatl a good many shots tl Asbby. I urn sure I have hit him. lie often rododirccf- ly to tha front, and made n glorious mark but I could never bring him down. I sap- pose he hnd a breaslpltie on. Our scouis were often so close to the rebels in the march through the Shenaudoah lhat we were fired at by our own men, who thought belonged to the enemy. I destroyed the saltpetre works in Frank- lin, Va. I'he rebels arc well aware who did it, and have published me. is JACKSOX'S CAMP. While I was in Virginia, I was in Jack- son's army one night. Tbe only thing 1 did was to gel myself out again. I should- ered a rnuskel and pui tnv.self on a vijctte post. An officer approached and I chal- lenged him for ibe countersign. He ihought lhat I was a videlle and gave it to me. U hen I gave ihe counlcrsign lo the rebel pickets and was off. During ihe time I was with General Fremont, 1 was iu the rebel camps five or six times. A REBEL QCArtTCRMASTEr. I.V The reason why the general did uot go round by war of Franklin instead of by Strasburg, was because the rostU were all blockaded. Trees were cat down and wa so as to impossible to move thete without long daisy. Tbe way J got information of Jackson's movement upoa Banks was this I was io the neighborhood of the south fork of the south branch of the ssd was ndicg alonj ihe road when I saw a man s of the administration i he fact thai Lovojoy objected io allow- mK him c.-tra time to Onish his speech is a good indication of ihe feeling the republi- cans as a party entertained as to the policy o. saying such a thing, or ai to the tenden- cy of bis teachings. The speech, howevc- w.ll challen-o general a'.tcmior. ns a pro- duction of remarkable- vigor. Tho three marked points ol ihe speech were Con- quest impossible, compromise undesirabK-, separation inevitable. Mr. Shellaharger, of Ohio, made an elo- quent speech oa ihe general relations of tho republican nnd democraiic panics on the war nnd ihe crisis. Jt has stirred up peace democrats, like Allen of Illinois and Va! landigham, dreadfully. It is regarded ono of the strongest defenses of the repub lican party yet madn this season. An important result of tbo visit of thu Massachusetts delegation has becomo pah- lie today. Gov. Andrews bus received permission to raise negro troop? in Massa and muster them regularly inio the United states service. An order to this effect has already been issued. C. P. Wolcott, of Ohio, late Assistant Secretary of War, and lormeriy Atloruey General of Ohio, is lying very ill in New lork, and his friends begin to despair ol his recovery. WASIIIXCIOX, Jan. 27 Gens. Hooker, Burnaide, Sumnt-r and traukhn arc all in town. Hooker is un- dorotood to be in consultaiion with the 1 resident and the war deparime-nl as lo fu- lurc movements. Gen. Burnsida recenty detailed Stone as chief of a court martial. high enough io rush ihroiigh tho canal ut r fcnrful rate. He thinka it will be a perfect success. Ho ihinks Ibra should this chan ncl become large enough to admit tho pas sage of boats, iho rebeU for the present will be allowed to hold Vicksbtirg, while tbe federals turn iheir nlteution lo mailers further south. In hii opinion, it would take ono hun fifty thousand men to storm their fortification] ut Vickslnirg. Our gnu and mortar bojii could shell the city from where they liu nn the north side of the river bend bul cveu if it we-ru entirely destroyed, iho fortiuVaiioiu, which extend for mil-ja back, would b.i us formidable as ever. General Gram lull'Mem phis ou Tuesday for below nith t> division. On Saturday last, M the steamer War- saw was on her way up from Vicknburg lo Memphis, aho was fired upon by a rebel batiery of two guns on the Arkansas phore, at ihe head of Island No. 8-1. Tro guns were within six rods of ihe shore. reb- els fired twelve shells, eight of which struck ihe Warsaw. Sho vvr.s also slruclc by n number of nflo balls. No one on board was hurt. Sho hud ou bonrd n number of eiclc and wounded, nnd ihe bearer of dis- patches, The amail pox is on Ihc increase at Mem- phis. Jan. 28. _ CasiOii's resolution, ii.doising the expul- iiou of Jesse D. Bright from the U.S. Sen- ate, was Jj, noes .'iH. NKH- VORX, Jon. 29. Special tc Chicago Evening The steamship Kdmburg, wiih Liverpool to the l.'.tb, has arrived. Fren< thi nieut, Us beco ihstribulcd among the k-g- laliye corps. These documents nay that mediation in American affairs is fjoutpoiied in consequence of tho refusal of Knjjliuid and Russia to join France, but the Kinper- or hue not refrained from acquainting the Uash'.ngton government that I'o is still ready to mediate, provided the American government'Icsires llut France should fa- u uale ibe task of peace, either alone or collectively, in whatcverform may be point- ed out io her. Tho Mexican question is rcfertd to as having entered a military phase, of which the issue must be awaited. Speedy triumph :s nnticiputed. liutle-r't, recall is regarded with satiufac- lion by the majority of the linglihh journals, mid 13 considered hopeful, though not au 1'rencn oPJcml documents, explaining ho furugn policy of iho Fiench govern- nnd-ammuniiion iito furnished. Tho an- nounceinent that BnulV expedition was do signed for i'ezas otid that Gor. Himilion was en route with n forced fur tho re- lief of iho slate, has produced this organi- zation. WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. motion of Mr. Colfex rfflolv- cd that the. ccneral-iti-ehief inform ihe house whether pirole.i have been granted lo any rebel officers since ihe prorlamr.iion of Jeff. Davis. On moiion of Mr. Sbe-flieid, n special court wim dirre-ctcd to inquire into iho truth of ihe charges rbnlaiiit.il in a pam- phlet of R. Belli against iho commissioner of patents. A message wai received from tho Prcsi- dent recommending a resolution of thanks to Com. Porter for bravery and skill at Ar- kansas Post. Referred to ihe committee on naval affairs. C.VIKO, Jan. .10. Wo have Memphis dates to the 2Sth. Thu news Horn Holly Spriuxa wai lo iho efl'ect thai tv.-o brigade-) of rebel infantry, under command of fipnp. Whiteficld and filghatn, were busily engaged in repairing the railroad from Holly lo Tula- bntchic. Thu rebels huj no forco al Holly Springs, but run in and out at pleasure. Col. Streei'a guerrillas nro bcinet-n Holly Springs mid Lml WeJuejdiiy they hung three negroes in tho public s-juaro at liolly Sprirgs. They nlpo capttiroil Si- uon Ilnack, late of tbo quaifriR'.t Jnrtmont, and hung him, but l.o was cut down before life was extinct allowed o escape. The soldiers aro being paid V. Memphis. This worl; will not be completed before tic 10th ol February. There are tboul Kiel; HoUiero at lelcna, and tho c.Mcnt of iho nioitality ii very serious. Requisition had liccn m'ado u St. Louis for eutfiiiH. Col. Shaw of the 1 ith lo-.v.-v, who some time sinco was ordered to Helena by (ion. Curtis lo colored men, returned to-day, Gen. Gorman refusing lo icc'V'nize or net under Ocn. Citrti.i' otdrr. to Col. Damn r.uy man who would ncl under such nn order, and he further said if ono of his clllcem uould acci-pt a place under sneh a man, his men would shout him. Tho French communicaiion was nlmoi. cut off. Jalapa and Tnmpico arc objndon ed by them. Tho small pox is raging in Vern Cruz. Tbo captain of the steamer Eaglo, from Havana, RUUOS lhat the American Consu shufoll, at Havana, protested to tho Span isa authorities againit allowing the pirate to leave until 11 a. m. of the 22d, but tho pirate captain ntnted lhat tho federal crnis era would capture him if he was not allow ed to go cooner, and he was allowed to go Soon after ho had passed tho guard ship at night, tho Wachusett arrived nt tho same spot, when the Spanish authorities kept tho achusett Ihcre till morning before allow- ing her lo cuter the port. T St. Louis. Jan. 29. Judgo Glover, of tho criminal court in this city, rendered tho first decision to-dav concerning the legality of tho President's proclamaiton. Ho decided that it was le- gal, ftnd accordingly a nogro, belonging; lo a rebel, who had been arrested under A slate law for leaving his master, is lo be unconditionally eliachf.rged. This decision if sustained leaves Mis-sour! without civil remedy to dclnin their slaves, and has important bearing on tbc cmnncipation [ucstion in this state. New VOIIK, Jan. 31. A special Washington dispatch elnlee [hat the prospect is that Iho Senate, which tne Missouri emancipation Dili, will limit tho amoaoJ of appropriation Gen. Gorman, however, fiadt turn negroes lo their masters. time lo re- J. M. P act of grace. The Scotia's news, porlicularly na to tbo movements of the democrats, was constrti- ed favorable to peace, but tho vices diapoll.d tiiu idea. vs. il lui: Wai United States, nnd aajs it wouli bio act if it couid be euforced, Gen. Th, court met yesterday, with Stone as presi- dent. As soon as btanton heard of it he tent orders immediately relieving Stone and assigning another man to thai duly. Senator Wilson introduced a bill lo-day by which ihe Secrelnry of ibe Treasury t' nuthoriied io comr.ii-t, on suitable lerm-T with governors ot slates which provide for paying ihe wag-s Or allotments ol her vul unteers or militm in the UtnteJ Slntes ser vice, for iheir reimbursement with six "per eeol. inicrest. XKW Yoits, 29. Tribune's special-The Washington di, patch states that Gen. Burnsidp, yesterduv luformally tendered his resignation ai a't! oflice-r of ibe army lo tho President, but Mr. Lincoln declined lo receive it, remark- ing that he hnd other fi-.li for him lo Burnsid: rejoined that bo hoped lo be ad- The emancipation proclamation claimed serious nttemioo, bul received too late tor much newspaper comment. The Morn- ing Post terms it the death warrant of ihe Id be a leiri- bul regards it as wholly inoper.uivc. The Star ihiuks whaicTor is ils immediote effect, it rings the death kuell of slavery. Tho Tclegiapb says ttio rar.cor au-J contempt of the south mmt be increased immensely, and if the measure is suceeasful uf ver will a military triumph have- been purchased at 80 nwful a price. Sympathetic nnti-slaverv addresses for President Lincoln continue lo be adopted in various parts of Huglnnd. It is riported lhal tho Alabama is proba- bly supplied with tho bent Welch coals by the relay ships. LONIION, Jan. U. iho bank of hngland has raised iho rate of discount from 3 to -I per cent. The D.iily News approves of Lincoln's proclamation. The Tunes reiterates its for- mer diatribes against the proclamation. WAMIIXUTO.V, Jan. 20. Truuibull called up the bill to aid Mitsouri in the emuucipatiou of her slnvvs. to work at once. He would accept any command, he cared willingly not bow ant to some two thousand persons, it is beiog present at the funeral. coming. He eyed cs closely, and I said, How are yon slrauger? which way are you He asked where I belonged, asd 1 ?aid we were Dixie boys (the terta by which rebel guerrillas He then he down to buy horses for Jackson. This via the first we knew tha; Jackson was in tbe vicinity. After getting out of hid which way was moving, we went oa. Bnt I turned round aud called him back. I said I small, but he was extremely reluct wear a major general's star, and d...-. major general's pay while doiug nothing to earn his honors or his money. WII.MIXOTO.V, NrC., Jan. 20. A letter from Suffolk, Va., to ihe Herald says The New York mounted rifles sened thirty thojsand dollars north of confrdtr- ate property, at Sandy cross road, seven miles from Galcsville, and in the direction of the Coowao river. Tte seizure em- braced large quantities of cotton, salt, pro visions and other merchandize. The goodf were owned by Winslow i Kussell anc were ready to be shipped across the Cbowar. river and nitbin tbe confederate lines. Sr. 'J3. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held to night in Turner's Hall to ratify the President's proclamation Speeches were made and resolutions adopt- ed approviue of ihe Presidecl's action. Ark., Jin. 23. An enihnsiaiitic Union demonstration oc- curred here, yesterday. Over 1000 loyal citizens of Arkansas were present, speeches w_ere made by Dr. a prominent Cnion refugee, Col. Bishop, of the 1st Ar- kausas cavalry, nnd others. Fifteen home guard companies were organized nnd wish- ed to be accepted aj Arkansas militia. Huad.-cdj ol citizens signed' a petition lo congreii to order an election of a member of cougresj fro-n this state. All citizens didn't like his looks and I believed he was jpy. He said he coald convinc; ne very quickly who he was, and palled his papers oat of his pocket. I ex- amined them and found he wa urcb4ie them, eleven in nine hundred sod fifty dollars, and to go to our cat', a few miles away, where I would let him have two men to take them to the oroiy. On the way to the supposed were going towards Fremont's gave ce full information about Jackson's army at.d all the rebel forces in Virginia, especially in- cluding the plan of the Shenasdovh "cam- paign. Whea we approached onr lines he our pickets, acd inqoiriog who they were, WAS told lhal they were men we kept to guard oar cave. Pissine through the pickets and into the open field where our regiments were visible, he asked what that meant, I told him it meant lhat he wis a prisoner io tbe hindi of the Tan- kee army. I said far.her that if tbe infor- mation he had gived ne was not correct, I would be responsible for banging hia to the 5rst iree. said I will give vices and fruit. Shoald the j yoa ay word as a southern eentleoan, lhat loil oo: coa-.iin rauch sopply liberally: i "l toU the trsth.'' He gave also manure well, if the ?oi! be poor. Piccb j Gen. the same report, and it pror- off all Uttera'.s one joint from the cain ed to be correct._________________ The silest osaally accomplish taore than the clasorois.' The tail of the rattltscaie tsakes all tte noise, bu: the does tie eitcatioc. Some of the lory papers of Knglar.d hav- ing sneeriogly asked -what Jobu Bright is for the distressed workiag people of Lancashire, it turns ont that the Brighis their cotton nilli a: Rochdsle ronciog at a of at leajt per rear, in or- der to aflord employment to their opera- tives, and that ibrir libersJuy in feedine acd clothing the poor is oa the eateo- sive scale. _.. raid an old lady, I allers asks for wbit I trcatj, and if they bsvc it, sad it 's saitable, sad I feel iocliced to taie it, acd it '6 and it can't be rot at other place for leij, I sluof. allers tike it, without cbsffiriag about it all   capture cf HI George N. Saiiders, vvliilo lo rnr the blockade at U is t.) oe Erellcd, and is u eubjeet f.f Ihi-.i ihis correspondence, when the vcstei wai taken, not de-blroyed or .sunk to il.e hot- lorn of ihe sea. As it ie, the enemy isgiv en a full exposition of our nt, mucb as bus bcc-u said of inforumtion be ing given to the enemy by improper publi cations in this diapuul bearer of Benjamin has furnidned Ihe Van an amount of intelligence lhal euuld nol be gained ftom al! the ncnvpapcrs for fifty years. It is tlso to be regretted ilir.i Benjamin, in his correspond, ncc, should have indulged in such weak nnd ofTeiicivc speculations relative to the Lmpcror o! France. There was no oecaxion for it, uud iti only effect can be to offend and cstrai the friendly interest the Kinperor husev ed in tile, success of our cause." The Whig hum that there is .-.o truth in the story that French bankers had leaned tbe rebels which K-c-li raond v-ai halt' crjir.y on lie 2-j h inst. A Fre-dc.'icksburj; loner of the 220, to tho Whig, shows that the rebels are ns much bothered to understand the ol onr iroops in ihnt quarter ns v.-e are lo di- vine ihe movements of ihcirs. The writer takes comfort in ihe mud rrabargo upon tr.ovcmenl of our troops tonn. The Coufedtrate government has pur chased, up to this time, b.ile-kof eol- Ion in Mississippi, and is negotiating for much more. Tho Willmington Journal thir.ks lha. Gen. Foster's siratcgy in North Carolina ii cither profoundly tknllo-.v or profoundly deep. Second Liculenanl Birrolt. 1st and first Lieutcnam John F. Klliou, Illinois, captured at Murfrecshoro, have- been turned over lo ihe civil authorities at Atlanta, charged with auetuptinc to paes counu-rfcil confederate monny. If convict- ed, ihe Whig sayj they will be hung. The Jackson Appeal seyfi any fears ol Ihc safely of Port Hudson, lei them be at once dismiMcd. All ihe Yin- kecs in the world could not reduce Port Hudson." The conscription law is being enforced everywhere ibroughout tie souib with greatly iucreesed rigidity. Ntw Jan. 31. A special Washington dispatch says the supreme couri has reversed tbe decision of ihe courl below iu Ihe P.ock Ulanu bridge- case. It requires three piers ou llic Iowa side of the river to be removed. Three judges dissented. Justice Miller, ivbo vis counsel in the ca-c, of conrse (lid cot The Times' Washington ftpeci.-il ssys it ii ascertained tint Ihe rebel government have regularly r.t Si. Thomas, Bermuda, Jamaica all princi pal points on ihe Spinish Main. continually commouichK- with ibe ami advices received by Pitate Setnmes are communicated tlcse sources. The Atlanta (Gecrgiu) Ir.teliip.ac.--r of The resulcliot.5 iMro-luced by Mr. foots in cosgiess, bearir.g upit, a reconstrcc'ion of oor tbc northwestern fUles, we desire t.ow solemn- ly to protest against, nnd we trust lhat ibfv "ill be tabled by tko whenever they arc taken up to be consider- ed. We are fighting ihh war !cr soutbern independence and for K ol southern rccogniiintj'African hlave- ry M an instituiion ordered by Gcd, bcnefi to as KUtfgentod by Nooll and fixed by the Itoune, and will require the abolishment of slavery Hen- project finds but little favor. The Times opccial eays tho adminiatrA. lion is engaged, through eminent counsel, preparing lo bring before the supremo court the question ol ibe power of tho 1 resident, iu timca of rebellion, to enspcnd iho LabeRti corpun. Tho ftdministratiou dotermiucd lo nettle this question immodi- alely, as thcro uro many canes ponding addiuonal ones up doily. The isconsin caeo is that on which the ad- ministration expects to make the issue. PIIOVIDKKCK, Jon. 31. Gen. Btirneide arrived this morning. He declined a public reception altliougu thou- sc.rdii flocked to sec him. Ue made a few reitorK.1 iu u-lcrcneo to nayor'a welcome. BALTINOKE, Jan. 31. A Fortrcsa Monroo letter of tho ,10th slates that tho rebels crotscd tic lilnck Water ou Friday Gcu. Peck eont a force which drovo the back vtith a leuvy joss. V.'e loet -10 killed nud The rcbola re-troated towards Fraullin. WAMIIXOTOS, Jan. 31. SEN-ATI: The resolution of the thanks of congrces to Com. Wordcn was passed. Uouiic. The cousirieration of tbo UCTO oolditr bill was resumed. FiuiiAr, Jan. 30. On motion ol rcnce tho vole of yesterday by which tho eonatc concurred in the assembly rceolu- lion to print iu foreign langtiRgm a speci- fied number of copica of the fiovernor'it annual message was reconsidered, nnd the aenale refused to concur by a tote of 14 noes lo 12 ayes. The hill reported hy tbo ccmmittcc lo into the condition of Ihe 6t Camp Uatidall, nnd appropriating for hospital purpotcs, was reached on ihe gen- ornl Die, and consideration indefinitely postponed. The consideration of the bill relating to n change of venue in certain cases, was uleo indefinitely postponed. The bill was to repeal H clause of an act passed in 1853, ncrmitling to a person accused of crime, the privilege of changing hia trial to (in- other county, on liii nflidavit that he be- lieved the judge to be perjuuiced ogaintt him. were offered by Mr. Barren calling on tbe governor for such information in regard lo ilia draft in ibis stale, as ho ehouM uot consider incom- patible with the public iateicst to publish liy iir. in favor of a short ecs- tion; by Mr. Giuly, for north of stamps to each member; and by Mr. Barron in fa- vor of the emancipation proclamation as tke surest means of preventing negroes from migrating north. Resolutions hereto- fore introduced were referred es follows: Mr. Dcujtcr's, to prohibit negroes from coming into the state, together with a sub- stitute by Mr. Adams, inviting people from all parts of the world to come into our stale and help dcve-lope its great resources, referred to the committee federal relations; Mr. White's, lo print more of the report of ihe geological survey, to the committee on printing and state affairs. Mr. Binghatn offered n substitute, which was adopted, for Mr. Turner's resolution, approving the exclusion of the See-Bole from tho army in Missouri. The substi- tute instructs the committee on federr.l re- lations, inasmuch as the editor of lie See- Bole is a member of Ihe Assembly, to in- dlitato en inquiry to ascertain whether or not tbo charges made hy provost marshal Uemrichs, branding the pa cr as disloyal, bo true. Jt was adopted. A number of bills amending the statutes were introdnc- Mr. Spaulding introduced a bill pro- viding for cancelling farm mortgages in certain cases. Mr. Vivian, from the committee on slate affmrj, reported a bill authorizing the con- struction of the north wing of the capitol cunpg the coming season, and recoromen- dcd its passage, passed. Several local bills were cial lo mankind, a necessity in our -ocial nnd political telatioiis as states, and in our intercourse with nil other nation! or Miti-s hence the addition of any free to our union is not only repugnant to but it will be only a continuance of that evil which bai bronzbt on wf r, ai.d which to get rid of we are now Sghtiog. If tbe northwestern states thall shake off ibe north and east and set op for themselves a new government and desire to be at peace ihe iocth co barrier will be placed in their way by oa- government, and we shall be willing to treat tlem as an inde- pendent government, in peace eu friends' in war as foes. WASHIXCTON, Jan. 30. Tbe navy department kaj received a re- port of a court of inquiry into Gtlvcs- ten affnir. of the a rebel teitif-ed 110 men lai.de-d from the Harriet Lane; if eo, the- !e-Ss of life cannot be so great as previously reported. N'tw YORK, The folloTioe portion of tbe cewe by the Eio Bio is highly important. Advices from Mexico confirm tbe report- ed defeat of -French under General Bertbier, by SOfTcavalry. Jt occcrred i log, at 2 o clock a. a., December 1 The French were compl-tclv The Mexican General Prisida had tu.-ed a C00707 froa for Perote. The Mexican General .Vegrete; with men, nade a sortie, from Poebia, and at- tacked a French division Jtroag, at Acajate, eight leagues from. PoebU, com- pletely roatiog tbe" latur. 'ITie to retreat to 18th. From the KigttlU ntglintut. COBIXTU, Miss., Jan. 17lh, 18G3. Xcsara. marching aud countermarching something over 300 miles south of here we find ourselves an absence often weeks, in the great ceme- cry of Corinth for, indeed, about all that to be in the place that was Corinth 3 forti5cntions nnd grate yards. The beet "ortifcitions we have anywhere arc icrc now, and I would ask for nothine bet- ter than to be inside with ten thousand good mon and have fifty thousand of the enemy attack us. It would be fun for those inside, hot death to those outside. But lo think of stopping here is folly; we hate been here now three days and we have carching orders to be ready to move at a moment's notice hy rail. We take no transportaiion nothing bnt officers' and artillery horses and infantry go. We soppose oar destination it Viclsburg. We have jast marched over tbe road from Grand Junction, via Bolivar, a six daye march, and now take the cars over tbe sarno ground to Two qooer moves are made, that is it looks singu- lar to those not acquainted with the plans of the commanding general. It may be plain to lira, bat we cannot see through it- We we rogircenu laying Lere into Corinth m the time the enemy evacoat- and have been here ever eicce, but we poor devils have been oo the go constantly. Since tbe I8th day of Aagost lat: we have not over two weeks io ood op lo January Ut we bare marched, sioce being in the jervicc op to that tine, HOO miles. It may large figures lo a good many bat otTcrtheless it and wt have done 200 miln already this year. The only time we have been on cart, we left Cairo, at Oxford, Mil- siMippi; we rode to the Tallabatcbie aboot lo miles, and then marched to tbe relief of Holly Springs, distance ol 20 miles, aod of conree the enemy had jost- left on o'er arrival.' Had we bttn permitted to con- tinue OD tbe can we could bare e-ngaged the enemy, and recaptcred much of ;bt ton property. are DOW in Gen. Sth ICti corps, 2d brigade. Morpby is nnder in Memphis for ihc suircndcr of Holly feeling in iho regiracnl it almost univenal- ly ajiinsl him, ns is almost tho whole army. Wo have just signed tho pay rolls for months' pay out of tbo Biz the crnmcn't owco ui; we get payed I thiak, to- morrow. The mud ia about tbrco deep hero now, and strct.mV of water 8oV throagh our tents profusely. our beds on such groimd, and iho print 'if tho body is plainly visible to the naked in tho mud nftcr arising in'the morning. I think ihcro ore men iu my company have not had dry clothes on fcr and nights. The Quartermaster gols a few cunei for not furnishing new tentu; all -'combined, it' is quite interesting, but then tbo glory of you know, outbalances all of that. After all it is better aod pleasanler to be M home making war speeches and singing Uravo Boys aro Star Spangled than to be silting hero in tho inud or marching nil day in the rain, and when night comes stuck in Iho mud five mile.1 in the rear, no blankets; Adjulant cornea around acd G, n K for picket the picket want our is heard from ecTcral lips; no fires aro allowed on our posts, ond hard crackers and cold wa- ter for supper. Tho nighl passes, morning comes and the assombly is pickets arc called in. Tho first salute we get ou joining the rccimcot is, "8lh Wis- cousin, rear guard lo Ihe is heard. That's U-o worst ilace in the line. A long march into e-arop probably at 10 o'clock at troopa abend hsvc sotie of hem been in caap probably four boors; rails all burned wood n quarter of a n cup of ec-fleo aud crackers lo bed at 12 midnight. at at five. Such it the lifa of the 2d brigade, and haj been since.- Au- eel last. We ere gocxl for tho moil of hem yclj bccu in the war now 17 ujcnUw, oat KIO iu one bitlle, been in six ccocral :ngogcoicul3, aud five skirmishes, and num- )cr 500 men, to-cay. Show me the regi- ment that can teat us for uutnberj which seen tho service wo have. General Stanley uscc lo tell us wo were lough U33CS." Our oM churns arc wiih ur, the llh Missouri, of ihe best in l; ser- ice. Their colonc'. Mowor, is our Brigade ommaudcr, aud ho ia all fight. Al luU is re-gimcnl got o-j1. of ammunition. IIo aw them b.itk to gel a new aupplr' enquired what they were falling back or; one of the men told him 13 get aenu r.iiion. Sayshe, "nhow me the man that gave the order to fall back, I'll blow his brains and drew his pistol Ri.d tho commend----" tix-bayoncla, forward, double quick." It wai at this charge that many of the icbels were pulled from tbtir ranks by Ihc hair of the head. He com- mandcd us at Corinth; was woanded nnd tskdn pri-oncr, made his escape and is now with n.. fight rrom _ foot; he don't surrender government stores very often. I have wrillen more than I in- tended, I muu clcee. My be-st wishes to all, hoping we- may be successful in the fa- lure. I am ycuru with mucb respect, W. U. BKITTO.V, 8ih Wu. Vol. Anollitr Conflict of Authority. The decision of our supreme couit on the Jialau corjms it bearing its frc'us. Another -.imilur case Las occurred in Mi'.- in which tbe military and au- thorities enrnc in confiict. The Wisconsin has the following account of it: The co.-pu casts of Paul Wejer, of Polk township, Washington county, and of Sb-e-is and Carl Wcbilu, bolhoflhe lib ward in ibis cily, all of whom claim to he subjects of Prussia, came up before Court Commissioner Mitchell yesterday, the first of these parties has never taken oat hia papers of citizenship; ihe last two have Uiken out their first papers but not ihe second. They were drafted, and are now held as drafted soldiers in the 34lh regi- raer.t, stationed al Camp Washburn. Both Col. Anneke (of ihe 3lib) and the petition, era were represented by and a Hoard from the 31th were also present, with the peiilioncrs in iheir charge. Au ad- journmenl beinj asked by the attorneys of the military authorities, the commissioner appointed Monday cexl, at 2 o'clock p. in., for a final hearing in the cakes 01 Carl hhcils and Carl Wehliu, and till Wednes- day at the same hour for a Cual in the case of Paul Wt-yer. Here is where the conflict fmcio. The commissioner ordered ibe petitioners I.-) re- main, meantime, in ihe bauds of Sheriff U ebtlcr, lo which the f.ipuia of thu guard demurred. He iusidtei that he re- sponsible to Col. Anneke for tbc petition- era, and lhat be should return ihem lohlto." SherifT Webster meantime declared it waj uis purpose (o take ibe pctii-oners along wiib him. The e-aptain of the guard or- dered hu mcu to march the petitioners off- the eherilf ordered them to remain, and al tbe same time be sent C'ff a tnwsenjier for number of bin deputies, el ihc appear- ance of whom tbc explain concluded to compromise by leUins ihc go, while the comrair-rtionor should draw op a ttatcrncnl for ihc caplair. >o present lo in order Ibal no blame thould ai- tjich io himself. Thus the chapter, ibe sheriffflaking the pcliliouersintocasto- ily for iheir appearance next week. leUer from an ofSccr on the United Sutes tteam sloop Candandaigoa, off Chirleston, "Chatleston it the strongest foitified place on the coast. For mites alone tbe cosst on each side of Fort Sumier the rebels have a continuous line of waKr itries, and ihcre is no doubt in our ibat when the bill opens it will U no play. But we rather think there will bo lomr. tell fightiog, for a time, if no longer. With aoxions wo the signal for the fight to commence, that wo go io and win. Tbe Kngliib and French war itcaaerj are hovering aroond the waiting to tie There are several conlrabands from Charled- on who came to oor ship laa: night in e> boat, and liiey say the rebel. Cbarltslon are building six iron clad steamers, but were )ard op for iron.'' A GOOD Ginty, a republican member, made a good bit at the democrat in ibe assembly who are deeding with all kinds of reeolotionf. Ue iropatd nn exclusively demodratic corcroitue on resoktionj, whoiedoty it shoold b< each morning to introduce at l-ast oee rewlntion on tbe oat to endorse the action of some Gorrmor, or other politic n with rraie nothing to do; on-: of inrjoiiy to the Govjrnor of Ibis auta how bt ed, how mtch consumed, 4c. one OB tbe general principle of minUtration, old hooker democracy, and one preTentiog from emigrating to.' the north pole. Mnator froan ware, Saolnbarr, haj made a rery hambte apology for bU recent coo-iact ia the tcu- ate. iog. iNEWSPAFERr iNEWSPAFERr   

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