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Cumberland Civilian and Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 18, 1864, Cumberland, Maryland HíiiUioii SiCtlc(|ra)i||. VVltlBERLAN D, IIID. JACOB WICKAHI) Fuh’{»her. lu our two l»»t issue», we Lave rcfcrreU to sundry Llundor» iu military field operations, and now we propose alluding to various abuses and outrages connected! with otber dcjiartmcitts of military afi'airs | in this region of coühtry. Latest News. Gen. Thomas Moving on Dalton. the field; and if we could not, then the I Tilfi MALUKN MÜKDKU. j    I’omraU    fllcatetl. sooner we iiiaile terms with Aliraliani Lin-    - I    ^ coin the better for us. W'e hare The Conr«s»ion of «reeae-Tlic Spiraa “Cinwi» * TsLvonArii."    i    ,i '    ..    V-'    ' V more than two hundred thou.-and iiieu in ' Mtoleu Mon.-y Recovered. . ^ I »m sla.l to ,c. that von have io-lependeacc tive wLkL prompted the authorities to -    •    ,,    I    ntt    (t.o'    ,    ■    I'v'T,,    of spirit-oiliMvDt to allude fiulilicly to lome of hcep a force stationed at Petersburg, re- fiehl next . priiig. we hate now all the | It vras announced yesterday tliaT M- the Uundr.s whid; have di.sgraeid military o)e i    trains to haul sud- supidies we will have then, for ttio    \V,    (jlroeti, po.stmasteT of the town i eniliors in utir viiiiiity, and I trust that your l..    9 I.    -    .1.1    I".-,    ..II    1-    of .Malden, Massachusetts, has been ur-! valf,for j diiy.s agu, w itb the 1* itiocnth Arinv Ciirps, ,    ]-¡ví'ry)Hu!y íuhiiitr* and ex- To tho view of suber-mindcd imsincss tu act iu cnijjuuctiuu with General    lu^vt    Snrimr    will ík» (lit* worst    .    • ,    .    ,    •    ri    -ii*    ■    1    peets    Uie    next    t |»rin^ wjii rx, i it    p.    verso, ino leiier or me .'lanieii 1 ,„!«• that n .■‘r rutinizinii iMrciiii«rtiion may »o 1 To    our narrat ve. Ou tho íid nK^n; thccrtxtiuriandn'piiirsufbuildiug.s iiian.    ^      I    aud    the    and    must dm-iMvc eaiii-* v. _    --    *.    .--..t    .v    .    _    .    ^    1.         ■    '    J    o    re.suiiu    our narrau    yju    mo.    .ju CiiATTANOOOA, U\.. February 12.— I Gcu liOgan left Huntsville, Alabui^, hoiuo TUnrtidar Morning:; :Feb. IS, ISili, for llosjdtals, in our town and at C'larys- .u. vi.unu , unu . .rust .uai yuur . v ,    **“P- _ iiivistiif.iilin of llicse umcers will, l'l'«s througli tlie enemy s country some rested and confesses to having imtrderc-d I [■“*    ■"¡"'••‘-‘-■.'j- The- press of our town has j 5U miles, and liable to be atUi'ked and ,    ,,    „    ®,    ,,    ,,    j    hlf'II    too    lü»L'GliMlt U|»OU this i* , .    ,    .    •    i    1    •    Convor.-jo,    ihü    teller    of    the    ^Malden    11,,,.,,. th it    ‘ 1    1.    .    ,    ...    ;    aud    the    ln?    and    most    umMsivc    eani-' i> .1,    .1    .    .    <•    n    ..    .    1    .    1    *    ‘ Jhe cavalry exped.t.on under ('lerson |    ¡,    ^    [UunU.    on    tlic    l.ith    of    J).    ctmk.r    l.i.-t.- iiiore exeiiiplioiis. The confession is one of the most remar-kahlo iu the history of eriine. t    TO    ADVERTISERS    ! Th« civilian and Teltgraph having a mneh XABOSB CtaOin,ánOir in'U* Connty thnn nny otbar paper pablisbad here, while out of I    theConntyitecirealatioaii four timee lerg- j I'atilt shouhj be f.und nhen sindi provis- j •r, it affords a gaod niadiam for .vdveriitiiig. . ¡ Zt nnmbarf antang iti reader, thee who are. | nble to bay liberally and pey promptly, and jsijj ^    wonil    bevalnablo    to    baslne..'our '"-'■Mnr      I...,: ,¡lKs,,uin.,g l.,g. ou,l.,.    ,,    , appear to have rxcn conducted w»fhout It i.i Mn,l,rr».»,.,ui    »f,.    .sx    „    i...    .    Huprc,    of    L'/ui.^iana,    s;inl    the    cry    . i • ’ 1    »- .    .    ^    .    '    lb    n»    uuucr.stiMHj    itiat ino.KC column.s arc    .    ,    ,    .    •    anncarc.s,    (A\noi.s    only    2i    years of nirv » mneh regard for tconoiny.    and    ' inlemhd t“    1» ■■'oiinu.oh.t. il,.x t^x I    ^    fiuplpvcd    by    -    *    -    ,r .    ^ ivonndi.d Si.Jdiors ought t<i b<‘afeomf*daictJ aitaek, an with as eon.p.rtablo .piarters as eireuui-! =""*    '>»'    e:u«lry J tbo citizens of this Departmout, as well I JVl-u; Ihtnpohirc is oit! of the ZJrti/l.— a» many military and officers and soldiers Tho way it is done is by counting tlie call have been at a loss to coiijeeturo the mo- j under which the draft of last sunimor wa. ’' t    •    '    call,    blit cnunti ig the men fur nished under it against the late calls.—■ Anil this is by positive permission from the governient at Washington. Of course the other St.ates must have the same privilege, even though no closely contested oloetioiis are pending in them.* -And so we mu.sf begin our ciphering all over.— S^riiujfidd litpuUi'ctin. »y ui our lowii finif j ov nine.'», unu    uiuftCKi Ills siihjt'ft. in the I cnplureJ so often xs ha.s occurred. :csii«rttion niiiy he | rcftUim* our narnitive. Ou 11 IS uiiuersio'sj mat mese columns «re j .^.^r,.¡,y■,^•^s a stratagem cinpli>yed by i‘,!íd^Ii^vay» ts'ini'c au execlíi nt cliaraetev intended to act in eoiijiiiiclioii—the one to ,    ánd    it    tiiish U many honest and    aiid    has    a    wife    and    au    infant attack, and the other i-itt oil I’olk s retreat I    ,yi,„    really    believed    p,    shaic    bis    degradation.    It    ap- and disiierse the ea.alry of Porrest. re-i..  .....       i.. , . ,    ,    ported    as    scouring    Central    and    No.ther.i !    |    J-ears    he    was’ heavily in debt, and had stanoes will allow, and we ihiiil: that t'’,    |    to    hate    hi    i    n    alU    iidul    to.    ^    j    lately    paid    several    of    his    creditors,    prin- iiislituieil, I fisMi a (luiv to nieiilion .anollior.    , uialler wliiili our eilizeus tiavo ofieii uoliceil. ! of January 1SÜ4, ailotln.T waj-ou train— ltiteiii|H niiiie iiml utliir vieBj ara rigidly ! the finest mule train prohahly in theGuv- puuishe.l »Ia n i rivate soidlers are the eulprits, ¡ ,.r„muiit service, was capitired on the same Ti't It 1.4 ;i uotono'is fact thut iiiiicn uii4i!>ati*>D '    •    .    .    »    1    1    r.wi detiauelierv. gatuhiiag. horse raeiBg i.t.J kiu-,    h’uurded by over ..00 men, tlml vicci. Iiiv ^rohr^mmly pmcikud in lilis Inaiiy of whom were taketi pn.<om*rs.— rnnimimitv—Mm- i*ri nt ijjal ae t«jrj in whhrli ftn* Tlyi Ib-lx'l.s a^min movt*d off leisuri'lv with men in uniforms, wearing sl.o.ilder s'raps— their booty, whilst Col. Mulligan ir.eoi.i-<MImt «ni.ihivtrs umltT Guvirnuwiit ure like-!    ^    ° wise iruilly, wlm dauhtle.^s nc'iilt '    Gonventlou    Bill. '    ''    '    - The Convention Hill passed boll ,    ,    lllf    U.lllA    tVXll.L,    IJH.T    Ul.-H    IMIIV    in: eentiv; It eame from tk tyrant at M ash-    ^    ,,„„d,„.,„r,    „    ho    left    a    imir    of    skates .    -    ,    nts.    vvhilst mov buihl-j7,‘'''‘‘'''i\''f'‘';¥'’y^-'-^-    ,    . •House» of the Legidature. and is now a ,    ,.r,j a,,,]    r,.,,„ir,„j    in    j'i i v '' law. It provides for an election on ll.e|„„, t,„,„,    ^^nd    '    riil\\usOmriu'tíio dlrJethm o^ cCllers'. I'V-'''"’    '* /rrt nediu tiloy Apnl at which ,|ur¡„^,    ^,¡,|    hiiihlings    vilL.    j    (toyerm.ient to use all its energies in pro- .'/¡'i;, time Üie people can vote fi.r or against a | have been put up. and repairing done t.i    ''"p "f "'v and ' “‘"'f    "*'■ ealaii.ilies whir), ilmt |    - Convculion, and also for members to com-'..(iK-rs, at mueh'heavier expense iu eon-    wasevaetiai.d    by onr , -y''"'* endeavor to iiidiet pose the Convenlionr The nmi.ber of,,.,,00. of advarieid prices of\.,aterial'    "Slr    Iloleomk    of    Virginia,    .«aid    tba. Ihdfg.ales to be electeil, is («iiial to tlie | ¡,ii l labor, wLi].«t the nuiii number of represoutalivi s iu tlie Legisla- j this Ih partnient is not so turc. The judges of cbetion in ease I informed, as in LsCl and 1S0¿, and the i  j II ,f ••    - ■ •    -    •    .    .    .    .    :    Itiehniond    papers    ol the I'Jtli instant I    '    ■‘k'’’.    and when it was .,,•,(,.,,,1,    1 m known that it was a pre<arioiis matter to ii    1’.'.'    "    ‘1    ’ ‘    ■    . Atier the hank twice: the first time found EciToa ‘Tivii.LI.vs .V Tia.raiupn, " the'^pru|w ' niaiid of a coiisiderahle force, retired to u“ro I Fort Fuller at New Crcuk, fearing an at-Col. Caniphell Cuiiiberlanil thus no attempt rebels to rccap- )■, about ten day.s wagon.s, re- j ported to bo nearly one hundred, travelling oil llie same road, with rations and Cnmbcrland Market. Family Flour, per bbl L.vtra Plour, per bbl SiiIK-r Flour, ja r bbl Kye Flour, p.,, bbl W heat, white iK,r bush Wlieaf, red, jut bvisL Ilye, jicr bushel, (hits, |ier liush Corn, per busli.,5C lbs Clover .Seed, per bjish M'hiskey, per gallon I’laster, p< r ton $8 00 a 8 50 7 75 a 8 00 7 00 a 7 50 7 75 a 8 00 1 50 a 1 00 1 40 a 1 45 1 ‘J-> a 1 :i.5 0 70 a 0 .“O 1 L'O a 1 25 7 00 a 7 25 0 a 1 00 1) 00 a 0 00 MARRIED s\t the Frotestant I'arson.ago I'ninia ‘ TiviLivS k Tr.ii tiiiApn. ’ lu as niiK li a.- oiir strvcLs by day and night against Members of Cong’''?^''' •'u'1í;''‘í “'“I Clerks of Courts iu the State, except the Court of Appeals—Slierilfs and llegislers of Wills are excluded from a leat in tlie Convention. why all llie addilioinil ex|ieiise iu building and repairing, w hen llie rei|iiiremoiits j for llo.spital aeeuniudulions are le.«s V Tlmn the fitting up 'of buildings for ‘ ll< ad.juartors ” of various siibordinnte ---..,'i,,7v,r    I    I    di    tiarlmenls of miiiiarv bii«iiies.s-of nu- EMANCII-ATION VS. CU.MFL-NsA-    ^ TION. We received evening, says tbo linltiiimre Ameiiean, from W aslilnglon the nniified h itor Ironi Judge lllair on the subject of Conipousation, There is and will of Cour«e be, n» objection to oouipensalion bv CvUigress to loyal slave-holdors, but care .dioiild k taken thal no one is elected to llio Con.stiinlioiial < on-velilion whodi .-iro- Slate Coiiipon-alioii, orwliowill Km.'tm    hi ub<‘>- aucc as eoudilional 011 olilaining eoinpeii-eatioii from Congress. '1 he p. "ple have ileernedin favor of immediate ami uiieomli-tional Finalicipatioii. and will not trii t the iiui‘slioli to k- ilispo.sed id by thosi' Idiiigs lor pro-vi.sions ill oiir town, as well as at other points along the It. A O. II. Iloiwl, appear to have lieeii eonduetod in the most lavish mannep, Froijiieiil iiiemlirii has been inaib; in our hearing, of abuses iu jiurehasing horses fir Co\<vnnient use, as well as in tlie enndemmilion and sale of Imr-es deelarv'd to he tinlil for present jmrpo.scs. Meehanies, laborers, nierehanis and lahers, w lio have ivorked for, or furnished arli( 1. : for u e of <ioverniiient, eoii'plaiii army their action with what he tortus “the halting ami reluelani .«erviee of the mer-ei'iiaries who are piirehasisl by the < muny al the price of higher hoimlie.s than have hillierlo k-en known in w:ar. Coloni l .''Iri'ight, who with one hundred and nine other t'nion olli starvation wh, 11 ihero were none at iioiiu to provide for ihoin'.' AVhi-re was tin' weal; point of tlie enemy waul of |irovisions. It was not prohaMo. llioii, that a ile- eisive vi- tory eoiihl be foeg'it this .Spring, j ami no sm h dosperale hope should he . ,    ,    .1    1    1    I    I,    ■    ,    i’tlloweil    loanimati' to such desi» rate im a- •enllv escaped  .....1    the    Libhv    I    rison    at    ,    .    1    1    •    ,1 •.......,    ‘    ,........,......  •    sures US tliat ol putting evervu’sly lu the army. The weak point of the enemy was in its Ihuineial eomliiion. It was our poliey to prolraet tl bis vieiim lay on lli insiinimalion of tin dee.l he .-eized the hills in the drawer, j    j    '    ^ about live thousand dollars, and went to..«,•.<, ouir.igiii,: a'l reli-gion. uioralily and his own oUlec. He infoimed the p'Tsous I eea.y—i!».,.01 ilie |iei|< imprieate.l present that a portion of the money was -i'h'S, I'/yl'l “'"1.' conee.slisl ill a pi.-ee of m-w.s|iaper in an old hoot in tlie post ofiiee. .s^i.v hnmlrod and lifti'oii dollars were fuumJ as he had im¡.... lanl body of is still in evi.sltnee. I sl.onld    train.    The Kebel., tluTi lure rig'i-eirully suggest to llicni. it ibt re , e.    , divided their forces and sent 40U cavalry down J’atterson Creek to the 11. ik Ü. II. II. where they eajilured oil Feb. 2d. a company of tlie 5Jtb I’a. Vols. stationed ibere. They then proceeded about 2 ■-1 Iiiil. s furlli-r along the railroad and set Civil, kith of thi.s city. e ne.vt was at injl past eleven. Inime-| , ,    ,    '    '     ' ilely on eiiteriiig he went into (he <li-!    w.i3_Miiressed    in    your    paper    a    few    ;    "iher suj.plies for the garrison at Peters- ' „    -’*eltioi|    Protestant Parsvmaon rlors- room , and seeing 110 one. 1,.- drew j 1    r‘',,,‘ ‘i,"', fr,,,;    in    j    *0    'Ite    Rcklk,    '    who    !    Wednesday evening s pistol a Six-harreled .‘'iiiith A W essm I tbe {tie.», fioni tlie a. ting .Mavor. ibai, ' also took a uunik'r'of pri.soners out of the I I, I    Mu. iee.s of material ! the past six mooihs mereir to,.iJ    :>T I  .....  ...    .    ,,ao.,., -  „    •"I'or—plaemg the inuz/.le within a ¡"‘¡’'’¡i'anl body of is »tiil I slmnld    '    I    •Ions L. Nin K to Mlss Loim Axs her of troops in I ...X/ '    T    ^ki^'    Í    '■!,•>■“    -thlesr........riptioii'he    Í"‘Í    f'l    “fT?'    fUZ __ .=.envVonlk.,rve.^k.iT of aclialkngo, are retpiirod to Lave an ! I|„..|,¡ial r. mins for the wiumr !f 1 vpo '    of    the    Pjth    instant    I j"'‘f ■'cry ago. and wlmn it wm    '''''''"g eileei t.onvo,-,    ORLER. oath subiwrlhed toby die vker.      tho '.d ,.0J :,L aknt half as n.a;; V: ' ^ tlaí Anní^'ní    ir.irLl’;::,;; i;)    !    ■Xmlnir k ground cfserviiig 111 the rel»d anny: or    l.ents as in ibo j.r. winb r, and for    ^bjogiun.iinls of the    llekl sohliers w ho    !"'v    kid now    live hundred giving aid and comfort to those    111 .-irnis    ||„. ,,n,,at Season,'thi- nuiiikr is ,„ore ''bo    fair of a    !kdd to provide for, against tho L iiion. The law    exelude,    reduced. The imiuirv therefore-iri’ I'    onseripriou act that would have forced    j"'""*‘1 “dd one    hundred ihioi- ^ I tlirm hack iiiln ilu* arniy—¡uni fi»ntiasts |    aii-l    was    it    |itis.s¡hK' tu ("-(«iih List of Letters KEM.MNIN'G ill the Ctimhcrland Ulliee, I'cbraary IS. 1H04. Pt fur ibese litie utherw ise the di- all 1 . ..Hand military,— i rivv taihoriiies .liouM enfoi Voile lliehniaml, has safely got within our lilies. .V ilespali'h from lieiieral lluller stales that t’olom-l Sirflglit. with seveii-lei-u of the olliem’s whoe..ea|jed with him had arrivi d at Williamshurg. wln-r.' our ibreos uiidlr (iomTal Wistar are eneamp-eil. I.'aplain .loliii F. Porter, cd' the Four-loenlh New York Cavalry, arrived at Washiiigloii oil .‘Sunday ovorhiiid fimin liiehiiWnd, having e.-e.iped two weeks ago from Lihby prison. Ilo was nine days in lii'dimoml without exciting suspieiou. portion of (ieiioral .'■horiiiaii’s expe-tlilioii was atiaekiol 011 the Vazmi on iho 5th iiislant by throe thousand llobels. Al'te    ■ ■    ■ wero oiir g'foal allio.. ri’lnemher thal in rof-renee al h ast, oor /■/•/ rrojis inn J nii/i. Oursp.ioi Certainly not ¡u ,iir,.eied. lie fiirlh'T    that    tin*    halaina* wa.'* x'cn ti'tl uii'li r til * lf«M*riii¿r in tlir alik» of 1* I    liou.wc.    airl    inakin;' M'an li. thri'i* thou-aml hmr liiiiriri'il aufl i liltv Ihiir iltillars in MaMni UaiiU hilN I Wi re thtiii<l. nialxiti;2r iu all l uir (housaiid aiui    tl    tllars.    'I'his.    wltli    Sfvcnil .‘‘Uiuw jt.ii.l l»v him aci'omit.«v Ihr tin* wh-ih* aiiitMiiit stolfU iVtiiii llu* hank. Me al-"n ilaifti that the pisttd was ill a drawrr at liN h »aniiii:r luuinc, an I "n ihi-re it wa." tii'ftU was hrouiilit tn tills cilv an«! roiiihiitleil t'ttln* ttunh.s. 'rhe tVcliiii'of his wifr uii li ariii;? of his arre.'t i-an tiT h • iui ikriti'-l tliau •li*.’*orihi ii. The arrest has i*aii>,‘il as tniich i*.\i*ite!iu'iit ii" Itillmvi'iL'the arrc.-it of Mr. T .several ye:i5> Momon. I'ch. tl. -(irteti wasarrain;!ei| it nut time ( 1!. ■iu* .wtatiit' it;.MÍii.o1 |>r<*r.inilv. an I lliii.-» i ur tu p!t»|* tilia i r ht;' -ill ami inil.'aiicp. :t !iand>uuif sum cuuM thud ilo'ihllc'ss la-* i/cil if our iiLi^'i.df ruled wuuid ilu tlicir duU.— Ami lias uut the .M.ivur ¿viuc liulhuritv in this iiiiitlcr tüu.    • Time ami We I this State th e<)iilraet( tl ....      ■    ,    •    ,    1    '    ,1    i    1    AITt    a    -man    tight    the    liekds    wre    ront- Avhourc uncertain or uudeeidcd ou this ,„g their just dues.¿ln.stances have Of-;„,i .^,„i .p-iv,.,, olf, F.ight Fiiioti men were point:    curred where parlies have never been ;    .,,,,1 ,p¡,.|y xvoimled. llebel Loss Wasíiinoto;:, February 12, 1504, paid, owing t v some teelmie liality, or ne-j not known. \ llebel Li nitenaiit ami C-C. hillon, ,    I    gleet oil tho part of efileer-i who wi're 7><«r ,SVr—1 ob.crvo, w ilh regret, some I    iueomiietent    to    etuiduid    .sueh    bus- symptoius of divisions among Kmam ipa- ^ j.jiiie.s, or wilfully iiegligeiit iu atteinling to these mailer-'. liiiihlltig.s have hecii taken for various pui'lvosc.s iiniler the ple.a of military eon tioiiists eonnecteJ with tho <pie..|¡oii Conipeii.saticfu. If however those opposed to compensatioll iiieaii only that it shoiihl not k made hj the Slate, or thal it should not be a coiidilioii preeedeiit to emaiiet-|    ,    ,,n    s- pation, this proves no reason forvlivision, i    "f >monven, to "    '•    -    -      t.    ..    ifltbietis.    without    (he    ctpiis.    lit    and    .some- among us, for all now ngroe to emaiieipa-tiou, luiiiiediatc ainl tineonJilioiial. Ill my view Fiiianeipation was siilistnn-tiaily assented to by the the people ol the Sta'e when in IStil they voted to adhere to the Union; and Congress by the resolution of .March. lStJ2, whieli tins ilrawn and reeoiiiiiiemled by the president, undertook and proiniseil to imieniiiity the State for the loss thereby sustained wIii'ii Eiiiancipatioii should he f umally adopted, Slavery has now, in fact, ceased to exist and it only remains to rceognize this fact by Orilinancc, to entitle the .Stale to the jndoiiinity pledgisl by Congress. It may he that this claim, tlioiigli based on the same failli as tlio l ive-Twenties, will he resist' d. 1, imiceil ■ piate for the'".'"- .....I"''' ' I az'si eitv w a times against the     of tho oe- eiipaiits or proprietors, with slight rc-niiiiieriition, ([irohahly iiia< «a'-rifieo.s which the private citizens hav sullered.) The-e siil.ji els aj.pear to call as loudly ] kilh’il a few of for investigaiion a.s liehl ojierations. If abuses have ueeufred, they should bo ox-|iulcd and tho culpable parlies brouglit to puuisbuKtit and ■U.'Vgraee. twii privates deliberately imirdereit a negro .sivldier. who was .sii k ami had straggled from our lines. They were caught mad'O to kneel oti the iiegro'.s dead ImhIv, j and bh.'t d"a'l. I Ib'spati hi s fi'oiii Viekshurg state that . tlie town of Jackson uml Yazoo city are ill the hamis of (ieiieral .‘' alb r a light .skirmish, iilteiided with lillh' |o.« o our forees. With this sueeess wi’have 'lilaliii'd iviissessi'in i.f a lim- foraging '    ;    .    „    ... (i.'.ieral llurllait ami MePh. r-i 1'"'    ''"'    '"I'','"' ry .si'fi n-e ot tho." w ho have heretotore fiirnislii tl siih'iituti's." and iill.imw mu-t In' d"V"ti-l to th'i pro-dm-lioii of pro\ isioiis fiir the n 'Xt year. -Take awav the im'li, and st.irvation at home and ruin in the army woiil'l he, in his opinion, the im vilalih' ri'sidl. ,'Ir. Mellai'. of .^lissi-^it pi. hi'lievc'! thal the m'st eertaiii way of fei 'ling the :irmv was to im rea.'e its numher in the lli'ld The iiisiiflieieiii V exist' d his'ause tin re wen' .0 many of llm enemy within j | onrhonhrs. nml we ha<l not Mi(liei"nt | ¡ mimln rs to drivi'tle'in out. \\ e had now    __________ Iml "n.'Iineof ftiilroail. tin-Knoxvill''nml \ I MioiiM ('i hiii:m v.—It is staled bii.iltai   being iti the posse-.ion of the '    ||„.    tbllowim;    memorial to Congress enemy , left 11.=. witli a vast aiixibiiry I'Hl has alr.'    he.-n    signe.l bv    imarlv    jill    llm 'IV. II" believed that ther.' w.os no deti-, |,.a,|i„g'ss firms    in Pliii.olelphia: fire to .motlisr bridge over tbe Pot'uiiae within () miles of Ciiiiikrlaiid.— Tin y then n lired as usual iu the dirie- tion of .Moon field. The g.arrison at Petersburg having evacuated that pi’.-t during thi.s perhid, t.'ol. .'lulligan with them and other troops .1    .    1-    e    I    I'orming    a'h.rahle force, moved to .Vt the iir'.'eiit solieitalions of niaiiv 1    ^    1    ,    .    . .'    < llurlington, bul did uol go to tbe jiiiic- tion t'f the .Moorefield and Jlonini'y roads ■if wliieli jvoini the rebels, w ith their jduii-'!■ r wi re bound to ivasa. .\notber largo Federal (jnxn' s' tit front Martiiisbiirg were al lilis time iu tin- rear of the rehel.s, and followed them to the juneti"U of roads alluded to when C"l. .'Iiilligan at last nioveil ,.    ,    .    ,    his    Ibrei'    nil    ami united the w hole Federal lht.s 'jnarter, we deem It of coiis,"iueiiee    -j',.,.,. to give    a briet statement    of some    of    the    ' f,,ll,„v, d the retreating rebei.s t.i 'Moore- fjet.s as tiny oecurred,    and    wo will    say,    : fii'M. from which point flaming dispatelms in all a's, as far as    it    could    be    ob-: were^sdit back that the enemy were la ing Wined,    our information    is    derived    from    I    I'-deral sources umloubledlv reliable, ami from ve n publish the following arti •le, which appca'.-ed iu our issue of | Week.    j .Militan Oprrations In this (Jiiar* icr. In nnliT tliril the distant roaílcr inav , smiie ii ««f military oiK.Tatio»H in aviilr\ h.'ivin;; pros»-»! Inrward, and si.'c-liaf tliu nd*i |s C'*uld have brcn ;..... ,    ..... .    ^    V"    iv    M.iigiL,    ail'.    !    jii^r till'nd*i ls cnuld have brcu rout- yesleniay at . l.-iideii. amt plea<le.l imi    ^,,,uld    iu    110    insttnoe    wil-    ,    ^..j a„J th'.ir plunder prohahlv reeajttiired guilty to killing ."Iiverse an mg t le    ,l^,|r;n.t    fi-,,,,, the n'putatiou of those i sent an urgent fur ruiiiforcemontg in ctmmial. Ti. .'loutrai.-ms mijrep^'i'‘"J i'*'''™!    'bem. they were N. I ordi'ied to I.1II hack, and thus the i-ursuit turm il out to be a ijniml . link, but guilty of selling fire ami hiirii-bl.'.ik of buihlimgs in November. ..(•iitrtions .0 jr rsi'lniitly sent over tin wises by those hading control over them ,ake it iieee.s.s.'iry that tin’ truth though si'iw sh"iiM find its wav afti r them. M eiein'V in the eoiintrv. and that il w" I'oiiM .■ \\',. luerelnint. of Philadefphia. and havi' always heeii a strung believer in the drive the eiieiiiy bni'k. we eimhi li;e’l the ,.iiiz,'ns of Penn.ylvaiiia, who .nbseribe |    j ,,,|„j,),,t ; army, no malti T what its nnndiers.    ^ I ,,„r mimes helow.   tfiilly ask thej    ncd    fiar    the    truth. After further ile.-idlory ilelmte. the hill li,it,.,l .«ttates Senators and in'iiiliers of:    ]>,,i tW-wlnvnii'Ike inuh wuuUl iinlile.” was pas.sisl by y as 11. nays ol. ^It P'ad t’iiiij.'i',..,s. now a. si'nilih''! :ii U ashiii'gton ¡    jy,,p Janies O. Mnllia-aii assumed coni- , f„ll„ws:—“.k bill ' ami'inlalorv "f an enlilled an "1 '.kn t" pass a law al this parlienlar ]s'ii'"l of la tlm eaplur'' of ihi'se various wagon trains, betwven .New Creek ami Peter.-burg, the (iovernnieiil ha., lost I'rohably a million iloliurs. beside a number of men .'iii'l considerabh' prclige. The tacts hi'ri' stall'd can bo established liy th'' te..liniony of gallant, brave .and palriolie "flieers, who have been relue-I l;inlly and disagreeably compelled to wit- MOXÍCO Copprrhvud snblerruge. Imniediately after the rapture <>f the    i,,,, train and the roblHtry of the pii.s- j a costly bu«iii mire oil of .iui''ii' while ilpied by eolonel Coates after a .-hort    light    al .'•tarlalia, where    tin i^.'iiiy made    soiiiti    show of    re«istanee    ami led a few of our men.    I    yp,,    'dm    M, .kde.«pateh Iron, .kdmiral '‘e.> to the ;    .............. .Secretary .d the Navy a.inoun.'es the de-    ,¡,1..    ,l,.,¡d striietion ot tour Id' stea.n- , c *s liy our luocKtt Ini;; Ikicl hV >N ilmniL^-lon. 'I'liruu i»f tlu'M* stcnim r,4, the Nut- field, the Dee and the Fmily. were new |    „nsom    r..    and    ex.'- .steamers,, hudi al    Iwudon    es|,eeudly l‘-r    the    |,aito.    .;    and    i.k.o    that I raga vva« a'lvaming,    at the le    ail    of nine 'nation's grealness. w Imn the govern- '    I'epartmont    of    I    „,„.h    di..?rnnefi.l proceedings, and we I i,. about to eimlrol tlie eiirrem y of j West Virginia, 011 .Inly Oili IsiiJ.—ihe irii.l that an invesligalioii will he institu- kVe have n -ws' fr im dÜberent kimls; the one m '111 the eolllilrv: I liank. el .-u h an exli at a. will call ill all their i.—ne. s ..liall have nothing h tender eurreiiey. fir al lax the ein nl itioii of al! ' Hivi.-lon eonsit tiiig of two llrigadi s, eniii-1 by .''tate Legolaliire«, to    re.peetively by Col. J. Thoburn. iiaiii. 1 liiem to ,    I J V[ Campíioll,—and on the that the euuntrv '    ,    ,    , mitiomd legal    Uivisioii    was    orden    d    to lehts, pnhlieand ninve to llaneoek, Md. as was understood I .-tales thal the .National [larly had r. litre I Iheeiiv of .'«■ni Liii. de Poto.i, and I to watch the retreat of the llebel fore.;. I umbg lion. le’C, after their defeat at Get-, l\-burg. I jmn arriving :il llaneoek ti'il by the kVnr Department, or by tin Congressional Coiiiiiiittee on the conduct of the war, to ascertain who is rcsponsi-hle for all these hlunders. and whero the hluuic should proiierly rest. friends are limliiig violating the Idoekade from indications which I regret In oh..erve I sengers on Friday nmriiing last near Ker-ihat it may find oii|io..ition even among j |„.ysx¡||,. |,y    Harry t;ilmori''s Ci oursclvo,?. Hut it will be time «.unugd for the friends of Fniaiielpation to divide on that tineslion wben it arises, and there should certuiiily he no ciintrnver«y among them, about it at this stage of the proccudiugs. A'ours, truely, M. Hi.Ain, BATi/R"<>TDRAnr On Thursday night last, the train on Its way from Haltimore to this place, was obstruelod by the j,lacing of Wood U|kui the track by the rebel guerrillas, al a point near Huffield’s Hep'it in Jelfersnii eounly Virginia. No so-jiier bud the train liceii •topped than (lie soutben chivalry under commanil of Major (iilmoro commeiioed tho robbery of the pas.engers by ¡svinling revolvers at tho heads of the unarmed pnssongcr.s. Sever;il of the suflerers by the robbery wore gonllemeii fveni our city and county, viz: A. C. tireen."—w.aieli .Bodjnoimy. amounting to about §¡;>00, U. Hebb, {¡77 iu niouoy. J. 11. ¡fliaw, watch aud money, §2;X*. II. Hrowii, 1^55. Maj. Mill. I^haw, tnnney watch, overcoat &y., about gJtltl, federate Hrigands became known liere. the eopperliead.s injiislriuiisly eiroiilaleil that the robbery W.1.S eoiimiilted by Fed-1 who to-night arrived friim eral cavalry. They would nnt^ la-licve iPolumae ,.aw 1 «‘(ore In that theirerring’’ uml “ cliixalrie’" Southern brellierii eoiild be guilty of such a heinous erinie. A'et what erinie kiinwu (0 the criminal cidcnder have mit (he He-bels wiMiiiitted'Í And wo have men amnug IIS who claim to he loyal, tliat al- \(Mvs Fnmi IllcIiitiOHd Kscapc ofOiic lluiiilreiliiiul ,\iiicOfll cci'M From Lihli) I'riioii. M'.vsiii.xo roN. I's h,. 14.—A gi'iillenian (he .krmy of h it there a liiehimiiid paiMT of Tluirsday, fniml on the person of a de.erler w ho eame in our lines, ill wliieh iipjM'ar,. an arliele staling lliat one liiiudr''d and nine ollieers have e.eaped from t!ie Lihliy prisoii bv digilig a tuuiiel iimb r llie street for tiiat piir-po-e._ It is su'UHised the prisoinTs had heeii Ihomaii'l men. agani.t Cmnhdaiara. and ,    ^,,,,||    ......... ihal the Liberal parly generally wi're    mitii.iiol    rormi,;/. looking lip with sum, thing of a more hope-    „ll i„,;„tA inlhh, t/i. fii/t.d Shifi's. feeling agaiiisl the seemingly sw.'cping    —    -    -    -w    ■    wr- progrcs of ih ir foi'i'ign inv-nlers ami ilo-¡ |li>i i;i eri.iv or 'riiK Piilsiiiknts .'«rv-me.slie traitors. lint the ii'".vs via Ha- m i:.    '1 he kVasliiiigton .'>'nir of Fri'lay vana overluni. all the e'lis'Is nf the ali'ive and I'lit. ill'' forlniies of ih" republic ati |, i-> night al'ont 9.1 o eloek. a fir" oe- FllO.M CtJLOIlADO. A iirer f'itif, Feb 5.—The organized in (Joldi'ii City on Tiiesdav.— The Governor's .kle-sage shows that Colorado is out of debt. The relations with .    ,    .    :    the Indian Irihes are satisfactory. The marehed 4i) miles by turnpike 111 j    i,.,ve    quadrupled in value during aiioir ;iU II eirs, witlnmt proper '‘"I’l'b'; tl,,, j    1    .    .    . private. oxs«'|it duli'‘s on imp iris and interest on the pnblie debt. •• klroa'ly the imles of iritional bank in ditiereiil loeaHlties. are limited at 't Iu4 1    ,.    ,    •    1    .1    i.-    ■    ■ ,.    !•    1    •    o    11    .    ■    I    .liter a ionod m.'ii'eh tlie Dlvi.smn was 111 Iier ( nt inseonnl. which is liahle I 1 in-|    ...    ..    ... '    .       .    .    no e'linlilion lor active service, the men ere:i-■ I" an imlelmile exl' iit. as panics I inav "c'tir. W e. lliel'efore. ask at vour I    .    -.i    .    '    ‘    ,•    I , •    .    >    ..II    II    iiii'a    vvitliniit    tirotii-r    «till.nil.    ! iiaii t«. the g'lVernni 'ni. 1111 t year. Agrieiilliire is increasing rapidiv, and sliniihl liolor.ado not siieeeed ill getting the Paeili'' Railroad through die entire extent of its territory oast to west, llie Goxertmr urges that the energies of the Territory he brought to liear II I tearspi'ing, 'Hn r*'Q,,.„j„.rnting with bninelies from Kan-iiill xiew of tlie^ lielie! j    .Yi,.|i|.,.n    for their extension o till- heart of tlio territory. The incs- I by wii'i-e uegleet, weof e.jurse are left ti i e.'lijerlure. There, the Division wa-I overlak' ii hy Cu n H. F. Kelley and sialf. I .kill r resiiug three day.-, the whole force I was marehed ahoul L' milex over N'irih I .k] .iintaiii. near to Clearspiing, whi n II hey reuiaine ; foraging parlies, tiiilil the ciilire force ol l"We.«t possible eb!,. Juar'iz' has re-    ;.i    the    private Mabl-s of Pii'.i.hnt ^ Í    ‘‘7'''’c’!‘'\{n!to-o'%    fY''    !    ''"‘'"'•'“'Y    pa^iotic .allu- t,  '    o.obv *    ,3”,:    i;;;.    i    *-    <•    “■■■'    •«- the three prim ipal el.iefs of die liberal ...... ,,;„tai.....1 a. dm time'six   all of ..    t    •    I    I    I ■    4*    i    .    I    1    I    ill»*    .1    1    111I'si'i’iiiili’ Fr'iW.'*. Il \siif*    Hiio    > ir- parlv. dise.mragedwiih the dcl-eli". ot ,vine, were hurimd to .hall, h'lore    „¡„i    „„j    a position near llcU-iofNew York, aro here to get such an,end- Guadalajara, have o-mimd ,leg.,,laimn, |    1    (,,,m    the slahle. I'Voot s-'f a    1    l    1    mi    nts    to    ihe    Nal'mnal    Hanking    Law    a» lor snbmilting to the I ren. h and hus    I,.,,.,.... of a brown eol-r were pn- s.    eommaml    was    or-    will    enable    ,hem toehango their hank and the last ray ot hop" f .r poor il'iwnlroddeii vale (.roiierly ol die Presidí lit: a pair o( | _    ^    i-i  i'.... e . 1 ... t : .    1    .    :..........1    .    .1    . ______ 1..... A O'nut Biiiili Jot the Goarnmrvt. eomniiltee of die Hank of C'omincrco are here to get such auiend-I mi nts to Ihe Nad'Uial Hanking a» itling lau.l say they witc ailveriised, may uoi rvitive llwui. .\thy Louisa Mis. .Viiilersiiii U D U l iT Ji.Ua 111 at II T HI ike Josiph (laker I.aviuia lluller .Mary Mr* I.'rider Juhn V I lark C C J Clark ttcorgc Chciliy i^or¿e •foirey .Mary Del'll .Matlliias G Diiuluim .Mary A Doiiiaa (Iru'-y Ana Inigan .kiiii bugle biiviua 3 l'álwar'l.s Jolio Ki ius Juliu L'niiis John *1 I'ri'i'inan (ieurge (treen Win U Karl billy III !big \k illhclmsna ll.iw a Mamuet W U.1W11 John W Hunter Juba U llurvey .luu’i i M .lui'iil'S Julin Mrs 3 Julin-i'ii Ji remiali Kiiiglil Sarah Keu.i i'alvii k bo'.il Delia Lew'is J W I be.iu reiing Elizabeth M.'itiheus I* J .Murray J„hn J Moi iisi'n .li'lin J Morris J W Sl'Crossv J M MoKinJe'y iSanih Mist Xlilhouri Ili'iiry W Morgan IJzzio Middleton Elizabctb F Miilniuii Mury Mrs Ne|T Hiram A Peindi' Daniel Jo..i'pb bliine E'Iward U'-diii.iu Daniel Kulii A P Huiall M A fiU'Uer .knna UiM tic al« r 11 S Etruicr Elia.s IStewa.'t H W tsuxluii Willliiiu UrZ Wagner .lolm Wright M iry Walkc Tiiliithn Mrt Woo ls Hohert Whilaker Charles Walkiiis William Young K Miss GEOIíGE A. IIIH'I'MAX, P. M. Cumtierlaud, ,Md., I'eti I'J, Idiid. Arrival niiil I losing of Mails at the FaiiiberluntI Post-OlUce. TBI.I.M TllE i;a.?t, IvTprcsH throuiili niitil arrivi-s    ^.37    a.    m. Muii iraiu ihftjugli uiid Wsiy mails^ arrive    C.IO    {>.    m. IT.O-^I Till: Wl'ST. Mail Train, tlir'«iiL'‘h imiil arrives    9.08    a.    m. i:,N}.rt ".4 iniiii lliroii^^h mull and NV»y Mail arrives.    10.21    p.    m. CLO.SINC OF MAILS. Through muil for tin- Eujtt doses    9.00    p.    ro. iiy iiiiiU aii<l lliiou^h Mail lor (he Khat doses Throu^'h Mail lor the West closes Tliioujrii iiiui Way Mail for the \Vl "I cloM'S ncilloni mail doses IMiiiik Road iiiuil doses .Niitiotiul r«mt^ nmil dtt.sos 8.15 a. m. 9.15 p. m. *5.30 Í 7 I 8 i liniototK' mail ui i\>dvc M., Tussdayi aud. rrídiik s. GEO. A. HOFFMAN, P. M. Feb. 18, 1864.—Jt. COLLECTIONS OF Claims Aizainst the United Stales. ('AIIAHLES H. THlir.STON, Attorney Vy ul Law, Cuinberhiiid .Md., havinj' scuured tlu' co-n}t‘ratioii, in Wadiiiiiitaa C'»ty, of a U'.-]ioiisihK* and very siKCfssfuI . Agency for the Prosecution and Collection of Claims upon the Di purlmenni of Ihe (iovernnient, and being proviik'il wilh ihe .kcis of C'ongres.« and l.iti'sl nei'i'i'-'ary forms, will undertake to eoilcet all lawful tlaims against the I'nited Stules. Ib-Horsi'i and ulliiT priiperly lost or destroyed while ill Hie bi rvieei fthe I'liiied .State»; C'loth-ilig, A-: .Sulisislanee: Transportation; Kxpensi'.i iueureil in I irganizing, Ciuhsistiiig ami Traiis-porling Troops prior lo iiiusn r inlo Ihe sen iee; Sotdiers and Teamslers' Pay. Uounties, Pen-.ieiis: ItahiD'-es due to deeeused .Soldiers and Hiiuuiy Land. jm- OJirr on HUlimort Slrttt, ntar the Kail Koiiil Di/iol-'^'ii^ El'll, js—Cm. lluinor.s liave prevaileil for several ilay.-! [uist of llie near uppruaeli of .Stuart's refill cavalry to lluuiney. Tliei-e is rea.<oii huwi.'ver lo lu'lii ve all sueli riiiiiors for tlie present are uiifounib«l. Capt. Iluiiioof tlie b'llli Va. Tiifantry, we l''iirn made a r 'eoniioissanee in tlie in igliborli'ioil of kYanlensville uml Tinian J I her Riilgo in FreJi rsek eounly k'a.. eml i G. I returneJ on Tue.sJ.iy evening last, bring- of Hieliimmil. 'I'hi'gii.'ii'iis were arresteii I I on tile lielief tliat lliey wore in eollusioii '    t^"'' with tlie pi'i.-oner-, Imt were af'terwaril.s I'l'Ieasi'il, (lie Mililerraiieailiil liioile of escape liaviii'. lieeome kimwii. Ttie paper -ays tii'it .Neal Dow was not among tlie I'linawavs, imt was i.roluiblv wailing to i • i i i i e .    .    t •    ,    .    .    1    I    man    lei    liaiiil ami fool, we eiuil'. •iniuinv the next lialeli.    ,    ,    ,    :    .    , . ' . ■    .    .    .    'Iniik    nil    Ml silent comiins.-eralnui. illiont iloiil't. Iiear i pul lie of Ameri 'a. ami tlieir ier lirollier. wlio slnmlil give iliein In lpj    'I'hriw ill llii'ir lime of iiee l against ihe niaeliiii-; ile-M'tietion. alions of a fori'igli foe, yet siieli was inir imforlunate eimililioii. with liiis eurseJ Reliellion upon us, tliat, like a strong ....    ,    inaiilii'il liaiiil ami fool, we eiuihl only I'lnp.iny I n m x 'a > '■    'look on in silent comiiiis-eralion. W'e Iheih'ser eralmvereterri'il o say that if Mr. .Mrs. I’ll siih III arriages were saved from W. Hoover, ^lif. Thomas Kerr, money >>'? wiili him «even rels I pri.-oners, two and watch, lll^tiO.    eonli'aliaml.s aii l nine liorses. Thu.s again ha.« a ibi.-li been ma'le away ! He reports ilie abseiiee of any rel'cl insiib; the lines of (liLs Hepartiinul, the force, but lie roffesenls lliat part of eoun-•hieves have necomplialied tlieir purpo-e, t try to lie fiiilofsuiall luimls of guerrillas, and relirod in perfect safely beyoud tbe I It is reported a Mr. tierniain, for-mounlaios.    j iiierly a siure-iiei per at Slaiu's Cross And this lias been done too within two Iloud.s, Kampshire omiiity, was captiired Bill*» of HuflieliTs Kt.'itinn and f"Ur miles ' a few days since ami hroiiglit in a.s a pri>-of Kenmeysvillo, at both of wliicli wo Lave a cooiiderable force, and at Niar-tluiburg, tt little farilicr away, ,x force of •cvcral llious.and. \Vc are inforiui'l by B person that was on the train, tiiat after thie róbela left, a party was sent, out lo see the condition of alVairs, that he a large iiiiml)i'r of liis regiim nl (ihe 4t!i ;    .    ^ Ijoiiisiiiiia I are harefooleii. and tliat their i‘f“Miiing ilaily ration pound of meat aud one pint of meal. It is a big thing fnr N 'I'lie lire is siippowd to Imvo lieeii the work I'f an ineeiidiary. Tlie stahles were ligliled wilh gas the pip' nf wliieli pro-trmled fr'Uii tie.' wallsBof the Imililing on either side, in the rear of the lum.'cs, and all eoiiibiislihle mutter was far insists of a tpiiirler of a '‘"’.'".'V**!*'    .-    .    .    , '    and Ins iiivi'slilure W'llli th remouies of this infamy in the t m.iv. d from jets, and there was no pissi-ntry of .Maximilliaii int.ii’aris |,;i||j.    ¡|„ taking fire from that eaiise, royal robes |h,. oi,lv iglier fire in llie stiibb'was in l!io to cross, and they iiia'le a narrow^ escape : HoopT, Kassoii, Frank Clark, fiuiison fiom capture by this iiegleet. The last | ¡u],! Pruyii were present. At this nieet-meiitioiieU Hrigade. however, succeeded | ¡ug the nialti-r was fully discussed. The ill getting over the river exeejil a regiiiK'iil I aiiiendiiioiitz will be made at au early of infantry^'I'ltli Pa. Vol.) and .Moore's idate. Hallery of Artillery. This Hattery wa-l    _ plaued’in a position where it had no range and would have been out oft'with seareelv au ciTort or the part of the enemy, perilous was it that amaid of lien, Aver-il. seeing the situation of one seelioii of /ieoryiinizatinn nf the itrmy rf the Potomnr It is rumored in military circles here that when the Army of the Potomac is reoriraliized it will ho formed into three Tlierehinll   no aeli\ e nilllliirymov.w '    I    ^    i'    l-rohahle    it    e.mght    | meiils for a week past. the Hatñwy. tiK.k the respoiisil.iliiv, and ¡ grand divi.-ion, with a sepcrate cavalry ordereil it to ero,.s the river into Maiyland. ¡ corps. The names of General llaneoek, I The Rehcls fired three shells into ibe i'Sedgwick and Augur arc inentioneii in The ron.«!plralors In I'ouncfl- Impoht.vnt Pu'irrmuMi.s ix Tin; Rv.iif.l I'oXdllE.SS b'll.VXK .VrKXOWI.KIUlFMKNTS or De.-iTM'iTio.x i\ iiikSmi tii—Viimi.x-IV ('vxxi)T .Si'.vM) .kxoriira Diukt, ai»ile"ii I', niahe an ' ,¡„.re','itimr, for lliere was no cmbiistible ' . Rehcls fired tUreo sliells into it.e ■rli l>uku. hill it i>i iiiaiivr in its ¡Miiin'tnl ato vioiiiitv.    '    ri'tirj*!.    Had jto^Mvo nil oinpiro hosiui s tlio iiidioiitions arc that lln- an-¡ utlaokod ihi.s    ux ;d .Stale-of .kiiier- eo„i„.','„e'.«I in the end <rt' the Imllding    *"11-au.| th.- .    .    I- •    .    I    1    •    !    niitnio    ot    irroallv o.Kajrp‘nitoU. t»ut Ilia An important d.suus.Hou lo-*k j.laoe ..., j    In.p,.-/V./L Uj tho Kohi l Iloii's-o ol Kojn'osuniativos. on    '    ®    —___________ onor, Jijiviii^ a l tmifonn, horse and ■    ‘    \* n*'* r i . i .''piipmen,-.^ (.»„ being »sk.«l if tluv If *    I    immts    weri'made of Ihe ileslitutioii in ill. Were imi lo a si'irviiig .'''iidiiion in l>i.xu', he n plied not so long as your l^iiarter master, give ns .-U'-h bounlifiil stipp F.vTtt. Affiimxr. —John Dailur, a .,,    .    I    woriLy (i.Tiiian laborer of this town, was went Ihr-mgh to kearneysvillo and ^aw    „i, neither picket or guard of any    '-^as    eiigiged    along    with clier hamls in cWtcr and m fact had to go right in-    . to the midst of the canrp and shout,,,^,,^ halloo before any one made hU    \Ylmn    the earth was removed ¡ it was tuund Ufo was rxtiuot. Tin*<lm*ahod onnti’ ! M'elia.»:tttM«fime4HH,(HI(lnh'nouour| y¡„,|, ^,„i Ai„eieeiith I'liit.'d Su.l. iiiii«ter rolls. How many were aetually | p,,.,,,! in (lie field, li.' wa.s im» ahh' to state; Commeiidablr. A new military order was issm.'d h.Tc were in the field, if. however, linn' wen' one luilf -if 2mi.(HlO slioiild reipiire the p.i.«sihle .«eiziir?> of oiie-liidfof the provisions of tlic country—where, lie wouhl a.-k. were the means lo fee.l tho ten limes leaves a wife and four small children in;,|,„i niimlK'r who r.'niaini'd at home'i— dostituto elrcuinstanees Fiiiperor out of an -\r. a bigger thing for him ...y..,..........  ..,e    .o,.... .....  .... next iloor lo the l iiited .Stales of .knier- e'miiiiene'.sl in the end of the buildin*»    "‘‘hoirt    any uniq.irt, aii'l thi' iea.    '    awav from the stove.    ^    j    ■'Wollen    river    in    its    r.'ar, il eouhl not have There is a ray of lequ'thal Ihe nliove| '    —    .    «» . . »—i ____ eseiiped.    I’rovidenee,    and    not    the    laolies news, like iiiMsl of llu' first Hdelligen. .'' •Rir__._'lg „ J T zxiT'iolQfn'rBi iif the coninmnding ofiieer of the Division that rcaelies us from Mexico, may prove .    J^ySXSlfl'IiíirC, , „.,ietl tho Uegiuiuut os well as the Hat- f greatly ex.'iggenited. blit that is’    ,,    ,    ,    1    terv. ........ ' , Tlic I. onventuui Hdl was passed ,ii tbe    ^ .‘•.'imte by ii vote ot 14 to 2: and in tbe I    „„    ai,„oiiipaniod    him on this exja-dition. and that during the swift retreat from lledgesTilie, that ofti.'i'r sent one of his slaft' to get an aoibulauce from one of the Infantry reginienis for her to travel in, leax-rng the sick soldiers to get along the best way they could. Ill a few days the cumiiiainl again crossed the P.itiuiiuc river into Virginia, and after sonic iiiaiiocvering uiHrched via Roiimey to Petersburg Va., h'aving Col. C’ampbeir» Brigade at Ibuiiwey. Shortly afterwards a small Infantry force (of 1st V». Vols.) wa.s sent to Moorefiebí, but were soon lauiipellod to retreat before a superior force of the rebels. They wore however, soon sent back again to Mooro-field though that phiee was known to be indefensible by a small force, and on the NTaiiin Rkcih n.xo is -M.tni i..».\n.-    ;    Hi.iisr )«y a vote of 13 to 12. I.Moiilh; an.l that Virginia .'.iiiiiot stand I S' '-""'¡s'"'Tm'sday in the House, tlie bill ro-Hiarter-1 another draft. Lithe eour.e of    |    •‘‘’‘'"“'"‘'k'? H''ard. has iiispeeted the thr.'C ported hy the minority of the PomiiiilU'e ■plies. ( h'lte .Mr. .'<iiii;h, of Norlh t.’arolm'i : p ;    Hiiney has re-j “» .<’.d.ireil Population, rcpi'uling all the ’    -Miirvitmil^—tin* Scvonih    *1'** Godo in rolntion to froo m*- P’o- groes, and “slaves eoneeiilitig incendiar) He represents that ev. rv one of    ^as    rejected—ayes IJ, these tiXHips was u slave—thal    nol A‘’'>9 prohahly it was thal oiie-lialf Were not (hero I"""'' ......‘'i ” •    ,    '    .    .    •,    .    v..    ,    . and il was was woll known that they were '- r-    ‘''’"r’'''.'’- unable to f.'.'.l the fractional part who!    J'lties    wilh    re-    I'tery, I'.ifhelherger and Ohr were apis.iii- • -u . <? 1J I»' 1.......... I    uinrkablo (juiukiioss. i>ueh ^ood<*;irohas *od ns IIm* spooial coiiumttfo in rolatioii to ***•'*    rutpftztti nt' •tfifir>nini hiiE- Ih'Cii taken of then, U General Hirnev. ’pureKw of a p..rtion ..f Antietani bat-that out of three-tlunmand only 15(» have :''f ground, and theereetion of a inoiiii- ' int'Ht la the iiieiivorv nf    who    toll got silk during the Iati> tryiii'g weather, |    to    the    menierv    of    those    wUo    tell A f'lurth r.'gime.nt is forming, into which | khere. The Uoiumi’ttee on Finanee ro-what is left of sluviTy in St. Mary’s | f^’rtml that Mr. Fiery's hill providing for .'Oiiiitv will Siam he absorbed.    ,    4tateeoiiipensution for projierly daiiuiged. Gfp. (xosBisiXoCoieu.iiMS.—Tlii'''Civilian •ome days ago, forbidding the tr.msit of ,t Telrgr.ipli" Ins wiihiii Hip la.-l lew weeks in--    -    •    •    >    -    '    '    -     ■         Hiat ■ay and all gcjd»,through the federal. .reaM«l^Us line» into the Southern Confedeney. and , tr.'uIali'Ol t'l'I lo loot. I’.'i Ttw b.3l .    '    kiiiil    ofevW"!!.'.'.    Hiat tlii'lioopleor lliis.'oonuu-I il„, ■JiO ijrobibiting, if we arc correctly lu-1    petate    a    fcarles» an.l iiul.'jKiiJeut pa- j p, ^end them any part of their scant fbnoed, hU intercourse by the possagc of | ppr. liiDvidaals Dupougk said, lines. .'ouncction with the now order of things. Sir, riiaiiibi'rs. of A'irpinia, said that *<ik'    .    «panTn    Jipi>eiii>ti    I    Toe    old willow Irootill Froderi.'k strcft, -’tr. t naiiio Thu u a »tcp in the right direction,    .    .    p    ■    mnnufueUines    were    as    neei'ssarv    as;»gn- M M we deeire to commend everything I    many    a    your    has    olus-    there    wuih,»    great'difieiem-v ^ T    j'l    ...    tercd    tho    jubilant    a»s<K'iutioiis    of    niaiiv a rl.ahii..» i.».al..c    w,.s    f.w,.! ' -itei b nroper, aa readily ai we onticizc ,    .    -hs    .    i    i .'u riowmg io-<iiiy as there was in food.— aeaiii wranir We heard-    urchiil,    on    Wednesday    last    Did tho peiuleman mean to say that eur . u . 1. yielded to the violence of the storm, and soldiers deserted to the Yaukees because r' ÍE *^*** „ ***    '    opreed    IM    m»r*bb    propordow*    imp»    the    “o*    fed?    Wc    could,    he    believed - '    .    »■    i:    r-    Wi"    ifeed d-abU twe kaadrcdfhmwandineBiii grawti. alTurding prmnpt reiierir* euM'Snf eoiigh- e'llils etc., For tllH.'crseiid Ifioee wlio ovcistai Hie voice, thi'V are uspful hi rplpiving IrritaU-d Throats, and will render arttpataliua easy. Ae there «re»iwtM**wr».    OBTA    IF    *»*    J»«W. in ! Hut a feeble and fruitless effort was made to ree.ipture them. On tho 16th of November, a large train of wagons was captured By the rebels, while on the road between New Creek ^    ^    (aud Petersburg. After the rebob had The Spanish war steamer Neptune ar- ¡    with.thQÍr    ^ty. .    , 'w    ,, rx 1 .    .    I and mfantry were seni in pttrtuU. .but of nvad at Havana on Ihe 9th. having tow a i course too late to a¿OM>plU anything, brig with TOO Afriaoj rf*v»» «ÍÍ VWrtf. r    .— CT.MENT, 25 ets. tier ! Sunday pnni.sliiiMo by imprisomnent was 209 ■ rejiH'te'd—ayes 31, nays 10—not having , .    ._____ i    the neeossary Ponstitutional majority.— '    liron-    j    The    vote    on    its    rejection    wa.s    reoonsidcred «ver informally. The burning of the C.atholio church at .‘'nnliugo Is still the theme of coinnient in Chili. It is ftateil that 2,100corpes, cx-Iract. d from the ruins, have Icen r.'gis-teri'd at the burial ground ; besides a II umber of single limbs and pieces of iKidics have been found, and not a few sufferers haxe die.l afterwards from effect of burns, .so that 2,50t) may l«e safely cs-limalisl to have perished through the priests’ folly and iiiipruih'nco. Oil the 3Jst of Dceeniber a similar calamity had nearly befallen tbe worshipers in tbe isan leadro Church, in the sanio country. One of the numerous candles oil the alter eame iu contract with a pot of artificial flowers, and although the fire was ininieiliately extingui.-hed, there was such a groat confusion, rushing to the doors, fulling and crying that the service had to be clu.scd fur the night. A gentleman connected with the Navy De|iortment states that a Government contractor has been trici recently nt the instance of Secretary WeUcs, and sentenced to a year’s iniprtsonmeut and a fine of *5,0(tt). It Is said that this gentleman is engaged iu bu-sincss of considerable importance. which requires his personal attention daily, and that tho execution of tho verdict will destroy his means of living as well as character. This should be a warning to swindlers. NOTICE! OrricE U. S. AsuF^Mm Imtrrmal Kevesi'B, Jioonaborro y J/i/.. h'e'-Tuary 12, 18U4. The Assifitant AsscHSfHs for Allogiiny C«>uuty hiiviiif; imule rcttirns of ahniial taxable.-,    uii    thi ir \\>t for 180.1, nolir« is luTpby pivun that sixitl ir turnji f.r ist will ho Hpen to tlie ii).'<]>cction of all whuni it may eon-('em at tlie office of 11. Ih Wineow, A.«mátnnt AsíMbíor in ihe eiu of Cumberland, from tho iHih of Fehruarv lo the Hlh of March 18G4: on Mhich lalte- day, ami the day fol’owinff, be will hfur    ¡ii writin)r, if any there h<v from the vulnution of s:iid A;(.’<i.«tnnt Asuc^tiors, at the office of Duid If. 1). Wineow. ELIAS DAVIS, Assessor. Feb. n,—3t. Beceiver’s Bale- By virtue of an order of the Circuit f'ourt for ADejíiiny County as a eourt of Kijiiity the suhscrihers appointed receivers by 2<nid order, will pell on Frida), Ihe llfh day ofMitrchlSOt, at 12 o’i’loek m., in front of the St. Nicholas Hotel, all the personal j»ro|>erty of Alien M. Stini’iriBn, eoou(H'ted with said mines, consis* ting iu part of One Stationary Engine, with 6 Boilers, 18 ieet Fly Wheel, with a Worthington Pump attached, and of 100 horse power. ALSO One Railroad, Three lanre Iron Wheels, atd a lot of Couplings for Cars. THE TERMS OF SALE will tic all sums not excelling twenty dollar» to be |MÍd in ca.sli, on all aiiuis iitiove twenty dollars a credit of four nontlis w ill lie given, the ijurcliuscr to givo notes with Mcurity, to be apiiruved by the rc-eeivtts. THOMAS J. McKAlG. J. H. GtlRDD.N', Feb. le. 1801.--»».    Kocciverj. VOLUNTEER LOAÑr Bonds to the amount ofgl0,000 of $100 each, have been is.«:ucd by Allef'nny County, to pay the volunteen» to fiif the quot'i of said county in the crIIr of the Prctident for men. The Uondd arc now ready for sale, and present f^reat ioducements lo those harin;? ipouey to invest. The B'>nds nre redcamablu xn two years, and hear six per cent, interest— the fullifcith, credit and property of the county arc pledged for their redemption, $.5000 of which hare been deposited at the Dauk of Cumf>erland for negotintioa and $5000 at Fixy&tburg Bank lor the the some. Call on the From Nrwbxr».—A letter frow New , bern, N. C.. of tho 10th inst., says it is ^ uudcrsigacd    rIDGELY, ' President, of County DomniiiHoaeTv rumored that the enemy arc agaiu oomme uDon that niaoc, but our fnnw* »n(» W Ai.

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