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New Albany Weekly Ledger (Newspaper) - December 10, 1862, New Albany, Indiana By telex graph. Congress Illonal. A al Rol it to. 5. . Wilson introduced u Bill to repeal the provisions of the first Section of tit ii t Page iso i a july 18g j. It repeals the provision Liu iting to number of Quot major Jle ii Erali. Be Bill was referred. Or. Anthony offered a Romjue ting Iho coi Umi loo of filiault ii to inquire into tho expediency of repealing As much of the act providing Abr internal Revenue As imposes a tax on Powers of attorney for the a Olav tons of pensions Hack pay and Bounty for soldiers. Adopted nailing of a Fleet from fortress Monroe the Barney litter a question of veracity what does it amount to a France and America a Napoleon s decision Neji a from Headquarters on the Rapp Hannot uni portent from the lower Mississippi capture of Grenada a burning of to to motive and cars the Quot Appeal Quot ii Ono to Georgia hoax about the Aiti Baina amp in. Sue. Washington Dee. 4. A ion. I Ope tes Titio in the Virter f ourt to Jav at great length and detail Tanee of which is that Porter the Topsail Inlet do. In Quot Wilmington Trio rebels Are actively engaged in mounting heavy guns. Whether these guns Are being moved out of town with a View of tho evacuation of Eastern North Carolina or to new positions or fortifications we Don t know. New York dec. G mania or. Powell called up the Resolution of i the sub feed by him relating to the arbitrary arrest a obeyed All his orders in the two Battles of of citizens of Ken Turk or. Clark moved to Amend the Resolution by inserting the following words Quot if not wit i the Public the Anion Niento agreed to and the Resolution adopted. The Senate adjourned til monday. shoo in it of iii of Stevens s Resolution provides that durin Ltd the existence of the Rebe Liim the presided Liall lie and is investor with i Uwar to a declare a huge pen Sion it if the writ of Hareas c it Ruis at Sulci times and places and in to such persons is in his Jud Gnu it the Public safely May demand or. Slow it is with Ulrch tie Bill for the present. Or. A Laneigh ini Sai Ltd he should be glad to have a Fui Rhou get at All events when Ilie Bill was u i again. Or. Futon offered tie following which was Reed to , tho number of sick Ami Woun a ded soldiers has increased to an alarming sex to by sixty a big us did of whom Are until for Active service and Many More would much sooner recover their health at Home therefore considering the slow no Thod of fur a Oaks and discharges solved that the committee on military Asart inquire whether some method cannot be adopted by the isec Reury of War Aud surgeon general by which i furloughs and Dis can lie More speedily Eil cited. Or. Morrill of Vermont Ollied tie following result cd that at no time since the exit Cnoc of the rebellion have the f it res. Material &c., in the hands of the executive of the government been so ample and abundant for the speedy Tenn nation of the War than at the present moment and that it is the duty of All Loyal american citizens regardless of nor difference of opinion and especially is it the duty of every officer and Soldier and of those in every Bench of the government including legislative cordially to strike the assassins at once who have conspired to destroy our existence Prosperity and Freedom of which we Are justly proud at Home Aud abroad and which we stand pledged to per Maiu Assas. In concluding he said that tho enemy was driven Back in All directions Ica Vii in a Large part of the ground with the dead and wounded upon it in our . Had gen. Porter fallen upon the to an of the Numy a it was hoped he would and As he was ordered it was his firn conviction that we would have the army of Jack Sun. A cd. Meit welf arrived on the Battle i iced and immediately pushed his command a it the front. Gen. Porter came on the i iced next morning with half of his command a dispatch was then read from gen. a i Llau to gen. Porter urging him to Aid p. Pc and telling him to Call upon All his Mcclellan friends to do likewise and save the comity in that critical week of crisis tien. Mcclellan then added if gen. I Opu Sli ii ild have to Retreat he was fully pre i in d to cover it by the defences of Wash iii iii of which he was then in Cut Miman Ltd. Rixis diet Palch was sent to Ien. Porter on the , Ami created Juite a so Ilion Nicoiu list by. I iii of facials Here Hac received i letters a pm a i Ornando Wood transmit-1 to him Lii Smith looking to Propri Simions for p acc. A a Liat Etc act is said to i be in tie i a Iron a Delegate of tho peace t Cit Terence from \ Irginia. Tile Nomiki Iatrou of judge Davis of Illinois to Ilio it ii Ireine Bench was referred in session yesterday to the Vonu Nitto of jii Dicini a. I lie st iii Ide if col. Wood of the regular Ai iii. Aus s much feeling Here in View of the Quot that he committed the Decd while in s ili iary a oni nement in the Oid capital jul , by order of Sec Clary Stanton on the Edge of fraud lie had been in contine Nimit some time and his friends loudly assert his innocence and before demanded for Gnu a civil trial. Rizic intelligencer of to Day after nuking a b Lii thy review of the president s 31essage. Says it irresistibly comes to the conclusion that the docs not intend to take any or cedi King under his emancipation proclamation it if it were possible it. Thinks he would have so worded it As to leave room the Herald s dispatch says the Nav department hits received reliable info Natton of tho whereabouts of the pirate Alabama. Tho Vanderbilt sails to Day or to Morrow to look for dior. The Herald has a Harper s ferry dispatch stating that gen. Geary with 3,300 infantry 12 pieces of artillery and 500 cavalry Niar Ched upon win Diester on the 3d and de nmn ded its surrender whih was complied with the people exhibiting Many signs of Joy at his arrival. He reports the gunboat Slocum As Bavins left Harper s ferry on the 1st. Lie met the enemy s cavalry under White Henderson and Baylor at Charles town Routi Nir them and marched into Berry Ville. I 1 he same evening he again met the enemy i Drew Hirn into a trap killed of and wounded 18. The same evening to bivouacked three Miles beyond i Berryville. The next Day he advanced beyond like Oriu Ai Uon skirmishing with rebel cavalry and bivouacked in a hoi Low Between Perryville and Winchester our troops captured idd horses and mules and several Wagon loads of tour belonging to the rebel army. At Winchester they took 23 rebels unable to escape. They were a larded. Seventy five claimed Protection which was granted. Five of our own prisoners were released. Gen. Geary in pursuance to orders then returned to Harper s ferry though Largo deputations of citizens begged him to remain. Our Only loss was one Man slightly funded a special washing Tom dispatch of tho Goth i he j Imes says certificates of $50,000 a iii to the amount of two and a half Mil-1 dollars have been stolen from treas a s desk. Fori innately they were i red. Measures were taken to prevent in raving any More of tho same kind. I he steam transports Kajj it inc state Eastern it it Ueen i upon Carrie White and Star of the sooth sailed last nil rat. Verv Fulst Tytel Griph tuesday evening s dispatches. From Burnside a army deaths from exposure soldiers building huts severity of the weather Lew. Wallace to go to Burnside position of that a Burnside gratified Quot a attorney general Bates and the negroes Hickman s grand scheme for knifing negro regiments news from the rebels in Mississippi Landing of Banks s expedition in North Carolina jcc., Etc. akm of tiie Tomac the Nashville disaster. A brigade Camp surprised and captured at Ilgarts Villez tenn., by John Morgan a particulars of the Atli air skirmishing and captures the rebels in Force at Murfreesboro. Special to the cinc Naii commercial Nashville dec. 7. Our arms Are again disgraced. The 39th brigade Dumont s division consisting of the 104ht Illinois colonel Moore brigade the Louth Ohio colonel Tafel and 108th Ohio colonel Limberg Nicklin s Battery and a Small detachment of the 2d Indiana cavalry were surprised at Daylight this morning at Hartsville by Morgan commanding three regiments of cup Kory and two of infantry after fighting an hour and a Quarter our forces surrendered and the enemy burned our on the same sideboard upon which this delicious beverage is served lies a newspaper. It is covered with half a million of types it brings intelligence from the four quarters of the Globe. The newspaper costs less than the Glass of grog the juice of a few grains of Corn Birt h is no less strange than Arlie that there is a Largo portion of the Community who think Corn juice cheap and the newspaper dear a scientific r c i a l. Special notices. . He aim i al tors or tick potom.u-, Decem lier 7. Last inight was Intel Elv cold and some of pet ate forever. Resolution agreed to pc is Quot i a re Beneficent policy set Forth in ins 145, we. J. Allen alone voting in the naga me Sago. Tic. Ii Quot president As previously Intini ated of cd the following j approves of the sentence of the court martial rest veil Liat the word a used j of a Quot Quot hanging of the leaders of the Indian by tile Rei elation passed this Day offered by in Minnesota. Some thirty will the Mem incr from Vermont is intended by Thig House a it include All men whether in or oat of Congress who have been instrumental m product my the present civil War an Ltd who have been guilty of flagrant in Aclis of the Constitution ibid who Are not in favor of the Constitution As it is and tho i Nion As it was. On motion of or. Hatching the Resolution was Taule Ltd by a vote of 85 Aga iut of. Mrs Rama dig a. Asked Icaro to offer a series of resolutions As amendatory to those offered by or. Stevens yesterday and postponed their consid nation. Or. Vallandigham s resolutions set Forth that the Union As it was must be restored and maintained. Or. Lovejoy objected to the resolutions All that was it Rod was contained in Liose Oil a a his motion s j and none what Over on Othor similar Hub jets. Taidi a Liy a Vot cof a it against i Quot a 3ir. Stevens re8olunv>n Wen 50. Or. Allow Salced but failed to o Otain leave to offer a Resolution instructing the committee on the j uric Iizumi to in Juire Iulo tho alleged right of Quot Trio Federal Dovenia Nicot to set at debian Chi the Constitution Laws and sentiments of the people of Illinois in importing negroes into that state and to consider what action is necessary to bring Alx it it the deportation of said negroes. F a a Sai Sotok dec. K. or. Wright presented a Winemi it to. »1 fico gov. Morton of Indiana praying for an Intro of pay to common . Lle feared to the Onmi Itice on military All airs. Or. Sumner offered a Resolution calling for �11 correspondence showing the operations of the army of the Potomac since its organization. Or. Saulsbury called up tho Resolution rel Skive to the arrest of iii ens of Delaware. Laid Over. The bankrupt Bill was made the special order for tie 18th. Or. Davis offered a joint Ruso Luciou Pru posing certain amendments to the Constitution providing for changing the Mode of electing i resident and vice president. Jiachi state is to nominate one person a president and from tie get the House of representatives is to elect. 1 he vice 4 ivs ident is to be elected in the same Momier from among the Defeated aspirants Abr president committee was a outed to investigate the Char is api inst or. Ashley. Or. Wickliffe introduced a Bill for the Relief of Loyal persons slaves had been abstracted by i United suites of ricers. Or. Stevens introduced a Bill to indemnify president Lincoln and other persons for suspending the privilege of tie writ of Hareas Corpus Aud for All acts done in pursue acc thereof. The still i it the same As that offered last week. Or. Olin express Sid Surprise that any objection should be made to a Lostro nement when an of Lur its i i Cussion it uld be afforded. If postponed until thursday it could he exam Nind with the Cavo and Wisdom which tho House should la linear upon the subject. What he objected to it especially was. That a Inea sure of such great importance and Union which there such divers pity Toini m. Should he hurriedly thrust Rhrou it sch the a Lousy. Tip pres Ltd it has Auto Jority Ivy Law tvs c Erci Seall the Power he had exercised with regard to the writ of Hareas co pins. Lie concurred with the gentleman from Pennsylvania Stevens that a Bill of this character was i Rosier but while this was a fact. He should regret to. See the Bill hurried through i the Ilou a without ten members Kiino Itier its i Lral a Nevi Ina i was Disi Sci Lavile to lilt set and i country and he should feel Ash lined to return to his and by that had passed an Tuil Wii oui Porini ing u word Yea or a a it it be Saij on lir Sut it Felt to. Lie hoped for the creditor the House in 1 country the matter would be Post soued. Or. Steven Oiler d a re Jol Tiou referring the pre id iii s to the various a a iii mittens. Or. Kic Liardon severely criticized the message saying Liat Uio Tol Quot it was about the negro and nothing fib out the bravery of our soldiers. Or. Stevens introduced a Bill to indemnify president Uin Colu and Osiier persons for suspending he writ of or it car in rpm and for All acts Ltd be in a ursuline thereof. Tiie Bill is the same As that oif cred last week. Or. Vallandigham objected to Reading the Quot Bill a second time therel Ore under the Rule the question occurred Quot shall the Bill be re ejected a the House refused to reject it 34 against Jyh. The ii ill was then read a second time. Or. Stevens lieu asked that the Bill should be put on its . 7>ain due Ilion ordered to against 47. The Bill passed to 4. Adjourned tor. A Cut like its a the receipt of tobacco by River at Louisvill the ast in Days from Henderson and other Points l it icon thai place and to Miville was three Hundred and sixty seven Hogsheads. The movement of tobacco has not yet fairly commenced we understand that the Lori Seville is new a1 Bany and Chicago Railroad have made arrangements for the shipment East Over that Road of Twenty or thirty thousand Hogshead which will at once commence to Viii for Ward. There is no question of the fact that this Road now presents the greatest induce ments to ship it Cut to Send their tobacco East on its trains. Their freight tariffs facilities for speedily putting their freights into the Eastern markets and other considerations give them an advantage Over All other lines. Shippers below would do Well to Bear these finita in mind. I Otana 50tb, 69th 68th, 79th, and other Indiana regiment be incl anal a Cor the 3ouu� last wreck. Sutler death by hanging. York dec. G. I lie Tribune s Washington dispatch says fhe statement in the Learney Letuno a jointed in to Day s Tribune that Karney has had an interview with president Lincoln is Contra Dicicc on the highest authority. It is fur her to be slated pm the same authority thu the 1 resident has no knowledge whatever of it it a statements contained in the letter and no communication on that subject embodying Uch information had been made to Hin in any Way. Leading lie publicans deny All Kiki w ledge of the matter and the Tocu this letter Hils any weight for their All ted attention to Barney s statements is anti. By erroneous. It May to that no accent communicate iii from Ternando to i a had been received a a the president. I inc words gone the friends of America la in Isicc represent that the recent offer of mediation by Napoleon is there regarded As an expression of a deliberate and matured purpose from which the emperor won t recede and Liat it is considered a severe blow to oui cause a Europe and to the cause of freed in in Europa not less than in America. following is from the i Carld s special Nova a tar a my of the Potomac dec. 5. Recent have discovered that no a ii it is made by the enemy to hold the Section North of the Tappahannock their Force 5 having entirely evacuated the country with tie exception of Small scouting parties. The e Cross the River at Small Blind ferries now. Icily found in consequence of Low water and after a dash upon Zourou posts succeed in Retro sing by some new route unknown to our pickets. Kiili cuties heretofore existing in the trans Nii Sioui of the mails Between Washington and head quarters by the Energy of Headquarters postmasters Llo Lett and Cooley have at length been overcome and we now get Leuns without del tvs. Quot Ovale scent and cd changed prisoners Are flocking to their respective regiments in great numlier.-. I us id s order recommending the discharge of officers guilty of neglect of Doty in allowing their commands to be surprised by the enemy gives Universal satisfaction Aud will Correct the serious evil of carelessness in the part of commanders of outposts. No news from the front. Yesterday Hooker reviewed Sickles a division. The Day was splendid and the Field unexcelled. Tho military display was one of the lines of the Campaign. St. , dec. 7. Advices from the Southwest to night say that the enemy under Oens. Hindman and marmaduke2 a a it l Strong attempted to Force i gen. Pilunt s position at Cane Hill ark., yesterday but were Diven Back. This morning they drove Blunt s pickets three Miles by on the arrival of their rein for contents wore again repulsed. I Lent is opinion is that a demonstration will be made to cover their Retreat As they were Felling time i the. Troops sundered for want of blankets. Ice Torii cd in the Potomac at a Ojuita Creek from one to two inches thick. To Dav tho Sun came out Bright and cheerful but the Milr continued Cobl. The roads Are Hanl and v it i v rough. Mincers state that Jackson has arrived near Freit Vicksburg and Joii de his forces with Thom it already there. They also report Liat the enemy has Exten Deil his lines several Miles funnier Down the . I he report that maj. Paulding is under a inst delay in the transportation of the Pontoon train from Washington is unbound Oil. That officer has been commend tel ity his superiors for overcoming weighty obstacles in executing his orders. Liere have been no Field movements to Day. Washington Dee 7. In. Stevens s Resolution denouncing As guilty of a High cry my Auy person in the executive in legislative branches of the government who Sigall propose to make peace or Acci it or advise acceptance d and such proposition of any Othor the integrity and entire Unity of the United states and territories As they existed at the time of the rebellion the consideration Ltd Quot which was postponed Lill week will Proi ally be fully discussed As several Are already to a pea Kim the subject. Titis Resoluti it is not supposed to be aimed at the administration As its position is known to be that no place is admissible at the Cost if a single acre of the. Union. The Resolution of Vallandigham proposing n convention of the states which is pending from last session Quot will Tomc up for Tum sad it Caiiou in the Llou of. , va., dec. To. Tic state Senate to Day passed a preamble and setting Fortis that in. Carlin had violated the Insani Cliotis of tho body that elected him in to sustain the log Stimato efforts of tic government to suppress the re orilion in opt losing by his votes and speeches in the Senate of the United states measures absolutely necessary to the preservation of tho Union Aud the enforcement of tho Laws Aud in opposing the admission of the new state of Western a Irginia into the i uii ion and requesting him to resign his Soat. The Resolution will come up in the House on monday and will probably pass by a Large majority. In the la our a to Day a Resolution was offered the United states House of to pass the United states Senate Bill now pending before it i without alteration or amendment. It will come up on monday and pass by nearly a a Narmous vote. Gov. Pierpont endorses the emancipation . ? Monroe dec. 5. To dior Rove gen. Vivelo As mint urn governor will Issue a proclamation and writ s of election for a member of Congress from Norfolk District. A Largo vote will to polled is residents arc anxious to save their slave from the effects of the proclamation of the president by conforming to its requirements. It is know that Hon. Joseph Segar has succeeded in having his District exempted by the president. A heavy storm has been Imp iii Here All Day. Bai Timok dec. 7. The old Point boat arrived this p. Al. She did not leave till saturday afternoon on account of a High Gale which had prevailed All Day. Disasters arc feared. No news. Trifi of lar. Lincoln. The new York world in a review of the preside ius amendments to the Constitution and his argument in favor of the proposition As contrasted with the proclamations issued says the preside it new proposition concedes that slavery is not under tie control of one Man who can abolish it in his individual discretion but that its extinction requires ill in riot probably to obstruct the the consenting action of numerous wills Road and prevent Pursuit. Blunt held the All that his proposed amendments would enemy m Check four Days. Gen. Lerron a command will reinforce him to Morrow. Charlestown nov. 28. To major n. H. Mclean a. . Coli Kiel Paxton of the 2d cavalry supported try the 11th Ohio infantry made an Wittack of a Post of the enemy near c do Knob on the 2gih inst. It was a successful Surprise capturing two commissioned officers Oil Hundred non commissioned officers Aud Jiri Vates one Hundred horses two Bun ired stand of arms four wagons Aud the Camp Eiju Ipac of i regiment. The wagons and equipage and a part of the arms were destroyed. No loss on our Side. Day before yesterday a scouting party of the a the Virginia had a skirmish with Quot the enemy s cavalry in Logan county. Our men were out numbered and forced to Retreat though without serious . I signed j. D. Cox maj. Gen. Ii readouts of Stonewall Jacl Sony capture of prizes activity of the Rehels at Wilmington the Alabama heard from gen. Geary occupies Winchester defeats the rebels people overjoyed Thad. Stevens s Resolution Western Virginia doing a terrible cold on the Potomac six pickets froze to death fighting near Nashville and Gallatin a defeat Aud a Victory commencement of Active operations on the Potomac &.c., Sec. Herald s special. Washington dec. 7. Information has been received Here that Stonewall Jackson s corps forms tho left Wing of the rebel army. Stuart s cavalry is on this Side of the a Tappahannock and operating Between the positions of Sigel s corps a ind Burnside Quot army. Fhe blockade off Wilmington n. C., a Schooner this morning attempting to run the blockade at new Inlet but was chased ashore by he u. S. Steamers mount Vernon and Caisy Ridge and soon destroyed. About 8 o clock a. M., the Cambridge returned with the Schooner Emma Tuttle of Nassau also trying to run the blockade. At noon the Shomier Brilliant of Nassau was by the United Sites steamers Daylight and mount Vernon thus making three vessels lost to the rebels in one Day. This is the eighth vessel either captured or destroyed by the Cambridge mount Vernon and Daylight within thirty Days. New born n. C., dec. 4. From received through what id deemed a reliable source we team that the rebels of i have become suddenly and unusually Active in and about Wilmington and three main roads leading to the dts on amount to if adopted would be a standing offer to the slave states to compensate them if they will emancipate their slaves previous to the year l�9i. But every state would remain As free to reject this offer As if it did not come in the form of a constitutional amendment. Every state would to just As free to reinstate slavery us to abolish it suffering no other inconvenience or penalty than refunding the Bonds received for compensation. In every Lineament and feature of this new proposition there Lurk admissions that the proclamation is unc of it iii id tiit the ultimate Power of decision in respect to the continuance or extinction of slavery resides in tho states. The is not Only in violation of the Constitution but it does not even conform to the confiscation act passed at the last session. That act assumed to emancipate Only the slaves of rebel owners the september proclamation i Reatens to Enon Ripato All the slaves within certain territorial limits irrespective of tho loyalty or disloyalty of the particular owners. The july proclamation the Only one required by the confiscation act declared the slaves of All rebel owners free at the expiration of sixty Days from its Date july 2dth, and if the act in virtue of which that declaration was made is constitutional seven eighths of All the slaves have been legally free for Moro than two months. If they Are legally free by what color of right does the president propose to remit the question of their Liberty to the decision of their former masters Quot the submission of such a proposition As that now made by the president is a confession that tho confiscation act and proclamations Are sheer nullifies or else it is a confession of pitiable obtuseness which cannot see the whole action of tho government on slavery up to this time is an and self stultifying Jumble. Dec. H. I sports from River stations note several deaths from exposure during the past 48 hours. Large quantities of supplies arc prevented from Landing from acquit and Potomac creeks by Low water and ice. The latter is fully two inches thick. Notwithstanding this the army is generally provisioned twelve Days ahead. No movements of importance to Day. Many regiments Are industriously engaged in erecting huts As if preparing to spend the Winter hereabouts. The impression however is prevalent the present quiet will be of Short duration. Fortress Monroe dec. 0. Twenty rebel Pris it Niers arrived Here today ir<4n Suffolk Aud also forty contraband. The enquirer of the 3d has the following two deserters just in from Washington represent an abolition Fleet at Newbern and that Wilmington is to be attacked this week tho report of a skirmish at cose Creek is unfounded. Cliffs renegade regiment is devastating Morgan county by. New York dec. 9 v special dispatch dated opposite Fredericksburg 8th, 10 a. M., says it is intensely cold with two to four inches of ice on tho Potomac and Tappahannock. To Day my movement involving the probability of a ight is Eimi Sideres by our generals impossible. During this inclement weather every wounded Man would die. With great lires log houses and Palisades under their tents the troops keep tolerably com Fortis blk. All reports that some of our forces have crossed the River Are premature. We have not thrown a Man across the Tappahannock or attempted it. Gen. Lew. Wallace will probably be or derail to duty with army. Pope s official statements in regard to Sigil excite great indignation through tho army. Sigel is held in High esteem among our Best officers. Heau i alters or Ait grand division december 8.�?10 a. Owing to greatly diminished length and breadth of Girth of Camp fires visible night before last an impression is prevalent that the enemy had fallen Back to a new position smelt i stance to the rear of their former line fhe immense a Odumes of smoke seen i is evening on the opt Iolite Side above the ii ills Ive Ericksburg and seeming to i Tond for Miles in a Northern and Northwestern direction demonstrated that tho presumed retrograde Mivy oiment if made at All a is meant Only to bring them under better shelter. Tho apparent fact of the continued presence of a great body of rebels away in front of tho Kight grand division can but be Gratifying to Burnside Quot lor reasons that will be developed in a few Days. It is presumed that Stonewall Jackson with his Force has taken a position on the extreme left. Stif ril to Xiv York Pjura. Washinin ton dec. 8. Attorn y general Bates is preparing and has nearly completed an elaborate opinion affirming the citizenship of persons of a Vicau desc it under the Constitution and Laws of the Unnic Ltd states. The following promotions by the president w it re sent to tho Senate to Day to be adjutant generals with the rank of Captain Lieut. 3iarcy, k. B. Bristow 2 the Ohio Cajita. Chas. Inc Donnie 8th Missouri Liciu. J. 11. Pohleman 14th 111. Capt. De Dennis 31st Ohio capt. N. S. Kimball 17th 111. Lieut. Oscar Miner 75th Ohio. New York dec. 9. A serious disturbance occurred among the soldiers encamped near East new York on sunday evening last. We. Stellfox a private in the 49th Massachusetts was shot dead s. Ii. Taylor 24th Maine seriously Woun Ltd and a hotel kept by a German was burned to tho ground. A dial Mculty arose Between the keeper of tho hotel Aud , and the me Maljers of the 49th revenged themselves by firing tho hotel. Schellen the hotel keeper is supposed to have committed the homicide. He has not yet been arrested. Wasiqi Innon Doc. 8. Hickman s Bill introduced to Day authorizes Trio president to organize regiments of coloured men not exceeding 100 in number giving authority to uniform them in some distinctive manner and Arm then for a term of seven years or less the privates to receive six dollars and a half per month and the same allowed for clothing and rations As White soldiers non commissioned officers to have the same pay As the same Grado in the regular army commissioned officers either White or coloured to be graduates of colleges and to receive twice the pay of infantry of the regular army. Each company to be allowed a teacher or chaplain s clerk. The Bill also provides for a line of steamers of not less that 1,500 tons to run Between new York and Liberia touching at Norfolk and port Royal to carry such freed men As desire to emigrate. It also gives the proceeds of confiscated rebel property to carry out the provisions of the Bill. The Navy department has received information from rear Admiral Lea commanding the North Atlantic blockading Squadron off Hampton roads of several captures made by the blockading Force off Wilmington n. C., and the neighbouring coast up to the Goth of nov. The list of vessels captured off Wilmington Aud adjoining coast since sept. 13th, includes one Steamer two barks two brigs fifteen schooners making a total of Twenty vessels of which six have Vioen sent North As prizes. Tho others with the exception of one which sprung a leak and filled were chased ashore and destroyed. Cairo dec. 8. Th4> Ford miss news of thursday says that the rebel gen Camp capturing nearly All the brigade train and teams and burning what they could not carry away. Two guns of Nicklin s Butery were also captured. Our loss was Between fifty and sixty killed and wounded who were left on the Field. Tho rebel loss not report fld. The Gallant . Stewart of the cd Indiana Cavafy and a col. Moore were among the captives. Major Hill of the 2d Indiana was wounded but not dangerously. Lie says half of our infantry fought Well but the other half soon broke. Col. Harlan s and col. Miller s brigades were sent in Pursuit but the enemy had forded the Cumberland River out of reach. A Lew shells sent after them caused a rapid Retreat. Maj. 11 11 denies that the Camp was sur Griscti. If so tho ail air was More disgraceful to is As Hartsville was a Strong position fat a thursday a lieutenant colonel of Davis s division was captured while skirmishing. Two regimental quartermasters of Palmer s division were captured while foraging. Names not reported. Thirteen wagons with the mules on a i of raging expedition were captured saturday. A deserter from Murfreesboro reports Cheatham and Breckinridge there with fifteen thousand men Buckner at Shelbyville and Kirby Smith sick at Manchester. Gen. Joe Johnston was certainly at Murfreesboro on saturday. Late East Tennessee news. In. Robert Carter arrived in this City night before last direct from Greenville. He reports very few troops in upper East tonnes All the available Force in that Section a and Murfreesboro. An order had been issued for All the cavalry in East Tennessee to report at Knoxville to to dismounted. There acre some three Hundred cavalry in Hancock and Hawkins counties who gave out that they were going to big Creek Gap to occupy it but or. Carter thinks they Are going to Knoxville to be dismounted in Pur a Uarte to the order of that effect. There were some four Hundred troops at Greenville but they were under orders for Tullah Iima. There Are two regiments at Kingston Roane count and a heavy Force at Chattanooga. The rebel newspapers say that their grand stand is to be made at Tullahoma and that x uly a Small Force has been thrown out at Muir Desboro As a feint Anda Check to the Federal forces or. Carter is a reliable Man Aud it is perhaps to him and his Devotion that co Mcl lio Hert Johnson owes his life for or. Carter kept him secret at his . J iii took care of him form nth after to had been proclaimed an outlaw by the infernal edicts of the bogus confederacy lie also says that the inhabitants of East Tennessee arc not very rapidly to tho conscript Law and that the confederacy have just at this time too much business on their hands to enforce it. That thousands of Union men Are scouting in the mountains determined to Sulci any hardships or exposures even unto death tio forc they will be forced into those cession . Com. The illegal and the in it Kiniry in Congress. Two or three different attempts made by Luci Bors of c ingress to ii Pirc into the in arrests made under the authority of the administration were voted Down on monday by two to one. It seems that the voice of tho people tia expressed in tho Lute elections have Hail but Little effect upon Congress jihad this Rump parliament been guilty of such contempt of the popular will before tho elections tho vote against would have been ten times than it was. Do the party in Power Quot love the darkness rather than tho Light because e their deeds Are evil Quot Quot if what has been done is right Why do they fear to Lav the facts before the country if the acts of tho administration can not Bear scrutiny the remedy is not to conceal their dark deeds from tho people but to get rid of the perpetrators and put bettor men in their places. In no government in tho world claiming to be constitutional could such a course be permitted. In England for instance whose system is so much less free the administration would not it Lare to oppose so reasonable an inquiry. If it did that would to tho last of it. I allow much More is it the right of tho people through their representatives in such a country As this to Demaud an investigation into All matters of Public administration particularly those which affect the liberties of the citizen Quot fhe Baro fact of refusal is Prima Facie evidence of injustice or foul play. As Well might tho magistrate of a District insist upon a murdered Man being interred without a Coroner s inquest. To refuse inquiry is the strongest admission of guilt. Those Avo Aro conscious of innocence always court investigation. But there is a Good Timo coming in which investigation will become inevitable and Well will it be for those who now attempt to throw a veil Over Black deeds if they escape the Public Wrath by a Mere exposure of their career. Stern Justice May demand a greater sacrifice and the voters against inquiry May then find themselves on the wrong Side. Nothing is More certain on Earth than that a reckoning is to be made before this civil convulsion Quot is Over and that every Man will be i awarded according to his deeds. This is but the beginning of the end. Let the fanatics and knaves in Congress . Y. Herald. Cut eur. Pope s reflections on Geu. Sigel a probable resignation of Secretary Smith. Special dispatch to the n. Y. Triune. Washington Doc. 3. The reflect oils upon tho conduct and capacity of gen. Sigel contained in. Tho letter of gen. Pope to Geu. Ilal Leck published in con Notton with the report of the latter in to Day s Tribune Are so direct that general Sigel will undoubtedly demand official investigation into the charges. Gen. Pope will to called on to sustain or retract his imputations. A the friends of gen. Sigel Are can rident that they can be traced to personal dislike or professional jealousy in the part of gen Pope. In connection with these charges will also be investigated the private aspersions of gen. Popo upon the military character of gen. Sigel which it is known the former has frequently uttered but which have Only recently been brought to the attention of Quot gen Sigel. The entire omission of honorable mention of gen. Sigel in gen Pope s printed defense of his Campaign was generally noticed at the Timo that document was published. The friends of Geu. Sigel and the Public who were aware of his Brilliant services were not then aware Why they were not acknowledged. They Are now glad of the Opportunity afforded by this publication to bring to Light All tho circumstances of tho relations Between gen. Sigel and gen. Pope while the latter was in command in Virginia. Much of that history is yet unknown to tho Public. There is Little doubt that Secretary Smith will before the close of the month resign his seat in the Cabinet for tho purpose of accepting an appointment As judge of tho u. S. District court in place of judge Huntington deceased. His successor is not yet determined. Hon. Schuyler Colfax declines to leave Congress. In tho opinion of Well informed persons there is no probability that the new Secretary will Quot be taken from Illinois see of the country has been ordered to Tullao of Indiana fails to retain a seat in the Cabi the from the Cindri Novati enquirer. Origin of tie Monitor where i Ericsson got the Model. We have before us a copy of tho National. Intelligencer of november 5, 180-5. O Jackson command a the following article in it Modill of an Quot or. Gillespie has invented a Model for a aug the rear guard of the enemy had a Skir j Mish that morning with the Federal adj Vance near that town. The main body of a Quot r tho rebel army 4u,0 to i to orig had passed Quot in through Oxford twelve hours before. Tho my the coasts of the United kingdom. It is number of their sick and wounded is said to be be Large , dec. 9. The Arabia from Liverpool on the 29th and Queenstown of the 30th, arrived with a week s later news. Bread stuffs quiet and steady. Provisions steady and unchanged. Consuls 93j Ltd 93i for Moi Ify. Special to the world. Washington dec. 8 up Ltd a Rovaldo principle and carries Only one gun a under which can be directed in a in it out to any one Given Point. This gun Caa be elevated or lowered by tho most Bim Plo machinery Aud having a tube at the top parallel to its Axis it May be brought to take surer aim than by tho Mode now in Quot tho mechanism is so wonderfully ing in 0u8 that it is calculated to turn the most on net one will probably be tendered to Hon Joseph Holt of Kentucky who is known to stand very High in tho president s estimation. A View it Iov Menton Richmond. Vyff Bave an intimation that Lee s army is bailing Back having thrown up works about Fredericksburg for temporary defense to gain time by holding our army in Check in its movements towards Rich Nind the superiority of which is Well known and is now acknowledged by the rebels. This has been All understood by general Burnside who Hing ago had tho most positive assurances that the enemy designed falling upon our divisions that Are now occupying Points on the coast and destroying them to frustrate these schemes it was necessary to make an in mediator Aud important Luova sent in front of the enemy until we were Able to attack in front and rear with a Hope of Annil dilating him. This end was gained in the movement to Falmouth and the demand for the surrender of Fredericksburg which i it must be confessed was admirably managed and has been eminently successful. While this ittle Gamo of strategy was progressing was taken of the time gained to prepare for an important movement against the enemy by a different route from any hitherto selected. The enemy feeling the insecurity of Bis lines of , and his inability to meet the army of the Potomac successfully in Battle is us Douai idly contemplating a retrograde movement. An adva Nuu of the army under general Burnside will either Force the rebels to fight on tho Tappahannock or hasten their Retreat toward the James River. This matter has been fully weighed by general Ilal Leck from suggestions of the president his Cabinet and general Burnside Aud we have reason to believe that an Advance will be made soon the Success of which will show results which will prove that tho United must dictate its own terms for an Hon rabbi peace and not accept propositions for a most ignominious Compromise offered by John Letcher to Ferraiulo Wood through the Maryland Quot underground mail Quot As enunciated by the gentleman in a speech made in new York City on saturday evening last. Philadelphia press. Oni Hall at Sullivan fhe Odd Hall at Sullivan this state was with All its contents totally destroyed by fire last thursday night. The Firo was evidently the work of an incendiary and suspicion resting upon a Low prostitute named Drucilla Coffey Sho was arrested Aud confessed her guilt. The circuit court being in session she was on saturday sentenced to eight years in the Penitentiary from which she had Only a few Days previously been released. county commissioners last week appointed Willett bullitt county attorney and or. A. F. Mitchell county Phy Ciansi. Kentucky Kentucky legislature convenes at Frankfort on the 8th Day of january. New Albany Market. New al Bajjey tuesday dec. 9. markets the past week have been Active. Sheeting Are Selling at 25, 26, and 27 cents for heavy medium g. Vf., with an advancing tendency. All kinds of Cotton and Woolen goods Are advancing. The or goods Market is filly supplied and very in tive. Green apples Are in request at $2a$2 75 bbl. Gold is buying at 27 a 2s cent Premium for cur Rency. Silver 20 in cent Premium. Demand Treasury notes in quantities at 20 a22 cent i Remini. The River is falling and navigation is bad. Below we give the wholesale prices unless other i a specified. W , extra Quality 16q18c and Active Ivy the Quantity. Eggs 18c, and Active. , Vicero to the Trade Are 18c i b pral log can 113i All . K. Llort Lujic dozen $1 50�$ 75 for old $1 40 for Young. Turkeys 4uiitiuc. Pittsburg is refiling at 20c 9 bushel. Cement.�?$1 7d single bbl in lots of 10 bbl $1 50. sold at 35 s40c. Yarns 38,39, and 40c. Twine and Candlewick 7oc. Saied , prime Tilves $2 25 a bushel. Apples Lii a 10. A feath�r3.�?in Large bags 40 s42c and Active. Rags 4c, quote in Small Way at $5 Isales 60 for Choice country Aud City brands. Extra City Mills $5 75. now quote wheat at of a for Good to prime red and White. Corny mixed 40c 42c for Choice White. Oats 45c from store and scarce. quote at 00c bushel by the Wagon Load. and Are scarce and in Good Demaud dry 10iil2c Gio n 4 to Green salted 5e5 in. Either sole Oak 25c Hemlock 24c upper leather $2b a i _ _ $31perdoz Calfskin $20 s$3�pera�z7yip3 $35a$50 pe7 do harness leather �25 skirting $27 bridle $30�$40 per dozen. Orleans sugar a quote ranging by the hhd fully fair to Choice 12 ttl2j4o by the bbl 12 ��123�c. Plantation molasses Sig tic n. Y syrup t>5c in bbl. Coffee firm Rio a Sassy Java 38�40c. Rice Tomaio. quote at 60c. Hay $12 50�$13 and firm by wholesale by the single Bale soc Hundred. Lard Oil is Selling at 75s80c i gallon for to. 1. the barrel i. I potatoes a 50 bbl. On runs $1 25�$1 50 bbl. the 50 barrels 80a85c bushel retails sol. made at 36c for common for Copper distilled Ioe so. A quote in tho grease 40 g>45c washed co Ujco and in deman Louisville and new Albany cattle Market. cattle Market the past week has been quite Active and Good Stock in prime condition is in Active request. The receipts of the past week in this City i iii Louisville have been 600 head. A Good Many these were bought by government contractors and some few lots of extra were taken for shipment East. Price Hare slightly advanced. Supply of sheep is fiver with a full demand for All in Market. Receipts in this City and Louisville the past week 480. Prices. Oasis go ills Gross .$3 75 Quot Quot Quot $2 Yogi a 10 head. Cattle is Quality cattle 2d rate and fair. Sheep Range from. From the Luuri Senle journal. Review of the Louisville Larket. Louisville december 8. has been a Advance in the Money Miu Ket a a ii ice our of saturday the Olie Reil 2l rt2i i Cut. Premium for Gold Una were Selli Iju .1131 �3j Cut. The Byumg rate or Silver was 21 no Quot a cent pc Nuriu and the Price i a a27 cent. The b.vuker.-. Ire wiring top in irom 22 to 24 cent Breiu Izui tor i i Una Imioto i. To must be that our a mutations uie Ratib Uleis stated. J we quote 70 ceutat7tc, and 98 a a Cental .-111,-. Ai i les potatoes sales of Green apples at $2 u0fi$3 00. We quote potatoes at $1 75 al to us a bib. A a pics of onions it it. Bitter in demand at 15 �l8c till. Reserve Chee a firm at Llull it pc. Ami a gig held us 11�12 pc and Rosie Ali Iccy Luiei of my Uilia a Lia Lac. I5r.v.ns.�?�ue a White beausi2 uuu�2 00 a a bushel Ami ill iii Iamb. Wax in Good demand at 30it32c Ami a . Us at Eilirio a. 0o.yl.�?s ilex i i lit burs by tho Burgo and boat Load at 1 j10>.-, Anit retail at 2uc. I Titus a Cotton is firm wit i Lii it iii Julius to Good middling at our tic. a of. i g. W. Sii Petingi it 27c. Cour. in Tirilli Witlip at 3b. 3j, and 40� lor Dili Uren us pliers. Suites of Cotton twine and Candlewick at inc. Us like i us dim iii lor i Juelies a a ill �?�jlin$2 i by hoi. Apples scarce at by it. To Busiel. . of extra hour at $5 5ii tips 75, and lower grades in proportion Liberal it seipts of wheal with sales at Jitu a a a tip lor red and Nuie u ,. A ale. Of Corn in bulk at 40 a42c, and of Oats at 13 i it i. Barley .1 Quot i bushel nod in Demaud. I is a Good demand at 4ic 1 a a k1 a a at the Mills at i a 75 a of a bushel. of in hhd at in in ill. Yellow ii rar in. Bbl at a i -l4tjc, and Ern shed lio Wilfred and granulated it 10 1 Jato. I Lau Tirion Iuo a held at 71.1,-r.&Quot in idols and Bull bbl anti Xiv York 1 it at Lioe. Jilozi is Liurni Aud in demand at 33 ii3 Iol or Iio. Kice Why Ilie Tierce. Hididd . We quote Green at 5 Doc dry Salt at lie and City hint at Hio. Light Sal. S leather ill tips Ciu Cismati Oak aule 3-le, 30c, upper 30 ii la bridle 30 �j2c. Ii Arliess 2ili, bog a kins $7 3o�$ti us on. Calls ins us cd a for City and Tiu in a 75 i Oil Rancu. quote Kentucky sous so ton. of new Timothy at $13�ili Tuu As to the Xvi in to and the a Markei is Active. number of hogs slaughtered in this City during the rtt Elk lat evening was 710, and thus a in div ring the<ai tj3,y93, it ii /,411 in the pens Las est Liing. This does not iii Luile the number killed in new a al Hatiye and . There have been Dight sales of heavy hogs during the week at $4 25 to $4 45 net. With a Sale of Friday at a Hiigli As Ligure Assi 50. There h Ive been to quotable sales of Green Means and few by of save to the government. Sales of lardat7h a8e. Lion Iron is firm at $40u$45 ton . Stone Coal bar Iron ski Csc. We quote sales of Luo kegs and upwards a $4 to tor ten Penny nails tiie Supply is limited Rind tiie Iuar it is scarce of several leading if i. The retail Price is $4 50 for ten Penny. Linseed from the Mills at $1 15ii$l 20 a a gallon. the nominal rate is is bbl. Soap and demand is fair. Sales of Lai icily Aud to. 1 soap at4jic la Aud of German soap at in Quot of. Star candles 10 al be for Light and heavy weigh. have been Light sales at the Landing at 75c bushel. i ave been Large arrivals of the new or which is coming in much earlier thau usual. The Sale of tho week pm traced 4 is hhd against 352 hhd last week. There was a decline Early la the week but prices were paid toward the close. We quote. .$8 00 ranters legs. 9 Ooi ill 00 Good and medium .12 00�15 00 fine.10 o0��20 00 to ice live been but few sales of manufactured tobacco the manufacturers hold their stocks above the views of buyers. We quote Kentucky at is del 25 b a of raw on saturday at 30c. washed at 60 65. Small Fox has already sacrificed some of our Best and bravest troops. Soldiers listen to the voice of reason Supply yourselves with Hollo Way s pills and ointment. The pills purify the blood and strengthen the stomach while the ointment removes All paid Aud prevents pit Marks. Only 25 cents per Box a a 231 iid Itress of the Newark to lows january 29, 1859, As Fol alms a scandinavian remedies Are a of 1 a a us with a few h s lond blood purifier and boxes of life into us. They invigorate strengthen and leave the system in a Baier condition than stimulants usuary do and have no re commends the blood punter to All suffering from a jail it be the Causa what it May. The pills hav Sci Ari ily Are powerfully Active and at the time leave the Pauli Ronger and m a improved c edition different from Flost drastic remedies. Try them with to blood purifies and you will eel like Many who have Ben relieved and willing to add your testimony to their Efficacy. See advertisement. s hair Dye the Best in the world. Willum a. Batchelor s celebrated hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished from nature warranted not to injure the hair in the least remedies he ill effects of bad dyes and invigorates the hair for life. Grey red or re Sty hair instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown leaving the air soft and Beau Tinl. Sold by All druggists pc. A tie genuine is signed William a. Batche lor on the Lour sides of each Box. Factory no. 81 Barclay Street ,late223 Roadway and 16bond is new Vork. 30 dec Blythe confessions and sep Erenee of an a Vaud. Pulls Ned for the Benefit and As a warning Anil a caution to Young men who suffer from nervous debility premature decay amp. Supplying at the same time the Means of self Cutre by one who has cured himself alter being put to great expense through medical imposition and Ciu Ackery. By enclosing a a est paid addressed envelope single coi los May be Hatol the author Nathaniel Mayfair esq., marl3 dec Way Bedford Kings do., n. Y. Sziics Esb. s letter a fun Milf a icing machine with All the recent improvements is the Best and cheapest ind most Bead Tufui of All sewing machines. This machine will sew anything Rora the running of a tuck in Tarleton to the making of in overcoat anything from Pilot or Beaver clot ii Down a the softest Gauze or Gossamer tissue and is Ever ready to work to perfection it can fell ii in bind Jath in tuck quilt and has Cai Wicnty a great variety of or la mental work. This is not the Only machine Ean Oil hem bind Aud so Fortis but it will do so letter than by other machine. The letter Quot a Quot family sewing May be had in a great variety of Cabinet . Tiie a a Quot Olding Case Wlinich is now becoming so Iio Puihar is As to name imi Ilies one that can be folded into a Box or . V hich when opened makes a Beautiful substantial and a pacious table for the work to rest Union. The cases Are of a very ii ii enable , no it lain As the Wood Jurew in its Uit ivc Forest or As elaborately finished As Arl can Nickp Liem. The Branch of ii of arc Well supplied with silk twist. Tii read reedies Oil. Etc., of the very bust imalille.�. Diu Umulis Olliee no. To Ltd Ltd a a Bilows Lynll Rou sir Fri. A. S. Mooke co., agents new Albany hid. Mim s-t-1860-s.drake s Plantation bitters. Fiey purify strengthen and invigorate. They create a be Alliy appetite. Uliey Ai i an to Clu Irige of Wau it Rand diet. Ali a Ovi Remc of dissipation and i fit hours tie , like iii jul. Ulicy Prev iii Luia Induc Aud in Vars. mrily liar a really and acuity of Stop each. Lioy cure l Yospe isi a and . a iii Viiar Riis a , an i cholera Moribus they cure liver t mini Saint and Servo is Lle Adalic. air til., Best litters in tiie . Thy the m ill Sumii and nature heat re or. arc made of pure st. Troix usu it Ali Cek r t,,i Park Ito ois. in lbs. Ami Are. Uli the of a let Everage without to i _ e or aide Otimay. I Artici Kirly to delicate per oin i i Quirin a Enloe Sliwi mint. Sold All iroivr.-. 1 Triiu-,. Hotels and loons. 1. I. Imla a co., 211. I Roadway new York. Hogs in Cincinnati. Tiie Gazette of yesterday cays the receipts of hogs were 7,000 h2i\. There was on Active demand and drovers were t Licourt Ngod to Asli an Advance but Thoy failed to establish it Aud the sales were at prior May s figures which were firmly maintain cd $-1 25 ii a 00 being thera Shafor Light Anu halt halt t pm from mini volunteers. Attention an accredited Rumor prevails that Banks s Rous mortars or Guus of any a Liber with car edition has greatest ease and the whole can to Washington dec. 9 House considered tho Senate Bill for the admission of the state of Western Virginia into tho Union. New York dec. 9. Letters from North Carolina give an account of an expedition to Hyde county n. Worked by five ecu who remain Cusido the Battery in perfect safety. It is so constructed that it resists the most powerful engines i used in the besieging of towns amp a. This wonderful invention has excited the admiration of All who have seen it. Tho Bofird of ordnance have borne testimony of its merits. Or. Pitt sir Sydney Smith sir Thomas wives mothers and Sisters whose husbands sons and Brothers Are serving in the army can not put into their a Moro necessary or valuable gift than a few boxes of i Oil Loway s pills and ointment. They insure health even under the exposure of a Soldier s life. Only 25 cents a Box or pot. Adminis atolls s.41,ii of , a a a ski the undersigned Bonis nonet the estate of Lawson very deceased will on saturday january i7th, li63, at the hour of o Cloit p. Ii., on the Prea discs offer for Sale by order of tho Kloyd Counti court of Coumon pleas tie following real estate lying in Floyd county Indiana a part of lot 6 i in Illinois front in said comity and bounded As follows to wit beg Ning at the Northeast Boundary of said tract at Stephen awards scorer and running North 34�, West with Sigil Boundary line so 510 rods Tience South 54=&Quot, West pc j 5-10 roads thence South 34�, East 89 5-10 oils to the Northwest Corner of said Stephen Dwanis s Laud thence with said ii dwards s line to tiie beginning containing fifty acres. Also another tract situated in same county being a part of same lot in the Illinois Grant and bounded As Lolly is to wet beginning at two Bujech Trees at the Northwest Corner of Lawson very a former Urvey Nad running thence North 34=. West 9 rods to a Sta get the uce South 54�, West 106 rods to or. Davis s Corner thence Softli 4 a East 99 rods Tothero her of a Survey made tor we. Lulli Kiu thence North 34=, West and with said very s line os34 Rodj tothe begin Init containing60 45-100 acres Mure of is. Terms of s, one fourth of the Purchase Money to be paid Owr Ai the Lime of Sale and the balance in equal instiilljacn., of in twelve eighteen months time the Puri Hase to Vida notes with approved Security for the Dolenec payment a. m al Sok Eliza very decinw4 admin trn of Quot. Greatest lip final i a ocular a i lib Olied 85jfiftcen? lar a letter paces for two a Cut Stamps. Wilri. Jackson like att. Amp ci.>., l ?z.rietor.i of the nation jul established Jan. 1, Imu cure All private a Viii rapidity. We Kuai Antee to cure . Gleet. Asp Liillie it Ninipo a iii a Ott Urcal self it Obue diurnal it iii oils Feniane coir Wilain in Short even a pop Ilie form imi variety of Se.&Gtcaa-. Kise Aie. Cur s Nind tiiu Vougt ind iier Maxient and moderate a end lor our<7i iii a ill. In 11 in. Letter paries of varied al Patilu and i matter. Also u circular in a used for Ladi. Only. F r. A Climou s female pills�?$1 per for Cir Cupar i j or. Tat son s Oriental liniment Send for circular. Special written replies Well sea Leil sent with like Cir ular Vii Eliout i Large one of the a heaviest most interesting and important boo lis Ever published 300 pages 100 engravings Quot tie a Fountain of lag it or medical protector and liar Ridge guide and an explicit Kev to love and it reveals various ul>jcet3 never before fully Enji gained in Auy Poji ular Woric in tie English language. I Rise 5 1 cents and one 3 cent stamp or three for $1 and three 3 cent Stammis. Fully de ribbed in circular we Ipoh every Young Man should Avci whether Seiv or Well. Jle Dicine wit ii , sent promptly to any part if the country. Consultation Kooms of tiie dispensary no. In t Sycamore st. P. G. Box n o. 436. Of twa Watt tit re Gak be of lei or. of tic Sotil ii Nichio and member of our firm is devoting his time principally to the cure of t complaint and is meeting with unparalleled Success. Lie is aided by his experience in his foreign travels on a purely benevolent Mission where he became Achi painted with an indigenous Plant used of exclusive in in the cure of consumption by tiie natives of the Forest. Tie secret of his recipe rests solely in his bosom and Touhl not be imparted to another for any consideration. For particulars Send for a circular Wlinich will be mailed for three cents or a stamp. Address the firm of a a Amp co., As below al tip m is Post Oitice Box 430. State of Indiana Floyd county set. In the Floyd circuit court october turn 1862. John g. Clark tiie Ohio Insu f notice to creditors. James a. Haines receiver. It is ordered by the court that All persons having claims against the Ohio instr Rocc company who have not filed he it Anie pursuant to the order of tie court in this cause made at the october term Isom be in they Are hereby required to file the same with the clerk of this court m this proceeding on or before the next term of this cow to to he Licud at new Albany on the fourth Joii of april a. D 1962. And it is further ordered any distribution which my then be made of the a sets of said Olio insurance company Amoni its creditors shall a confined to such claims As the do then lie on file As aforesaid. It is further ordered by the court that notice of this order be Given by publication in the kit a Albany u Lily and weekly until the said i Uris monday f april 18c3, a True Coji from tho record. Nov a w. . not Cli. N Otice is hereby Given Liat the has taken letters of administration of the a Tate of her de be ipod he band licit Rainin South. Those indeed t t o will Malve payment and All persons a ring claims against the same will present them duly authenticated for settlement. Tho estate is Cei Tanil in Olivent. Nov Ember l Otti j?62. Maiuu k. Sochi Liccio \v3 at x. How lost Tiow a a Stoke i jul r Pul lis to. In a i it Cal cd l no Cope l Rici six a fits. Lii a Tiro on the non Ivy trp Sinicin. Nind Radical cure of Ripe Mato Rhuea or so Minal into limit iry Maui scions. I Bruij. Mil a in i intents to Cene vally n n tion. fits mental and l civic al incapacity. Risu Tiu a Seli Anise. In a. A i a a he it. J. will m. 1>. Author of Liei a Quot in. A Ito ii to of Sun i is it , iii a Plain ii veloce. To Ami. Insi i full. On receipt of six Lents. Or Livo Post to in a. Tonips by or. Eur. .1. . 127 Briw by n of Torii. Posi Lorce Kox. the ladies. Xit c., who via captured several guerrillas two Trollope and gen. Debb cig Are among its i the Washington correspondent of Trio no w York Herald says that the official news from new Orleans gives an account of an interview Between Geu. Butler and rear Admiral Raynaud commanding tho French naval i at now Orleans. It is stated that tho Admiral left tho room under the impression that gen. Butler s interpretation of the rights of neutrals would before Long involve this country in serious difficulties with foreign Powers. The state department has received a new list of complaints and new demands of indemnity on tho part of the French Consul at new Orleans demands and complaints which Bave been submitted by or. Mercier to 3ir, Seward it is also stated that or. Mejean the French Consul of that City will shortly answer to the charges preferred against him by the Delta in the Nav the rin transaction which he says is presented in a false Light and conveys an erroneous impression of the circumstances of that of Fiur. 1 optical prisoners also the colonel of the 3th North a Irolina volunteers scared the people from Fairfield and destroyed thi teci Bridges. Capt. Jacobs of the 3d new York cavalry with his Force lately captured near ply Mutli 250 horses and mules and a number of provisions. Cotton destruction in Arkansas. From a gentleman who has recently visited Chicot Drew Bradley Ashley and Desha counties Arkansaw i we learn that nearly every Bale of Cotton in those counties has sometime in treaty with government. Admirers. This impregnable Castle resembles in shape a polygon moving round an inclined Plagie 80 As always to present an acute Angle to the Point of attack. Quot it is intended to be completely Bombproof by being lined on the our Ide Avith Iron from two to four inches in thickness which would Render it to any shot if even taken in a Plank direction which Nevor presented itself the sides of the Bat Terry being an inclined plane. Tho door or Entrance is consequently in the Back part of it. The inventor we hear has been for he Wood and a ship Timber Fob. Salth. I have foil Salii 30 acres of very heavy Timber suitable for Cord Wood Timber and tan Haik which i will sell of reasonable Tenuis. The land on which a Juliis Timber Liisa hoist two Miles from the ity and net lar j order. with the old toll g it on the Vincennes plan i Road. Auy a Lila Elisii i lei in one to Purchase said Wood or Limber enc Juire at the Ledger uis Coor to me at be Iverso Ivile. Juli Oyd White ? Telfer on ill ind. Oaks sol Dies special notice. Do a ii duty to yourselves protect your health read the following just received this Day from Washington Washington d. T. Holloway m. A dear sir i Avail myself of this Opp Ortu pm nit to pm Presa my for your kind Quot stent Mam and Market where he nil to express my grail use for your Kama be to Seo his old customers and All the new i. Bad pennies will Deturo p. L o t ii r o p will open his auction amp commission House n wednesday december 3d, 1882, at to 40 of a Mcraee this Oji i it tui Lily of rain Tikins her numerous for Timeir lib nis i Iliin a and desires to out iii Ince of the Saun. Fishio Pablp and seasonable goods Rcd a Cit d weekly throughout tic season. Ii Eattie it and dispatch. Altering Aud trimming done in the most approved style. A a stood of Cai s. Caps al of made to no. A main Street one door below ilm. St. New al , hid. A been destroyed. It is his opinion that not one Hundred Bales of the Staple could be collected in those tive counties. The Torch has been successfully applied by the roving guerrillas. Farmers who had tried to hide two or three Bales were compelled to Tell where it was when called upon Aud see it destroyed. Several guerrilla companies have remained in those counties for the express purpose of destroying Cotton and from All accounts seem to have performed their work to their entire satisfaction. Memphis 4rgvs, is for. Fire at Block of Thorntown ind consisting of six or seven Large buildings was destroyed by fire on tuesday night. The Loas waa heavy. Has bad tho warmest support from colonel Crawford and Sydney Smith. Tho idea of the late Experiment was taken from or. Gillespie s floating there is Ericsson s Monitor gun which it seems was known in England fifty seven years ago. Tho account of it detracts very materially from Ericsson s ingenuity and originality whisky and newspapers. A Glass of whisky is manufactured from perhaps a dozen trains of Corn tho value of which is too Small to be estimated. A pint of this mixture cub for one shilling and if of a Good Brand is considered Well Worth the Money. It iad no in a minute or Tyro it fires the brain Sharpens the appetite de. Ranges and Weake a the Phyneal system Ness in being so prompt in sending me your valuable pills and ointment. Hundreds of poor soldiers have been made comfortable and Well by tho use of your , and they All can testify to their Healing Powers and capability of giving instant Relief. It has within my own observation saved Many a poor Soldier from Long sickness and much suffering. Yours truly d. G. Vose Washington d. November 14th, 1862. Declo w3m ones be can accommodate with his Small Stockli on a Large scale. Prices is . Low for Cash Small profits and Quick returns. I in Fer the nimble Pence to the slow . So look out fir . Motion evil wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock and for a every iii lit. Loolu now for everybody and his Wile. 1. P. Lothrop. 1. S. All outdoor ale i promptly attended to on fair terms. I lease Viand in your Pood goods. 1. 1. Hul Olhol licensed auctioneer. Norms Beharrell seed and agricultural store Market bet. Bank amp Pearl 8ts., new ald any ind., Suku Iff a Paiik. By tit us of a decree of fifa issued out of the Floyd circuit court la favor of John Kelly and against a Sarah Naghel Cornelia Naghel and Clara t. In a Hel i will Otter Oriale according to Law at the court House to Quot constantly on hand and for Sale a general As door to the City of new aha in in Floyd county be Xiv s Irtis Estment of tween the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o clock la p. Quot Quot Quot h.,. On the is Day of january 18c3, the following do Kri Yio perty to wit Quot being the Southeast Quarter of tho Southeast Quarter Aud the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty nine �9in township two 2 and ran c us 0 East of the lands in said county and being the same i lands sol ant conveyed by the said Kelly to Lewis Naghel said property being la Floyd county. State of la j Diana. 1 i will first offer the Renu a a of flu to a a term of rear not exceeding seven Mihov the Saaw Notwell tor amp Glufli client sum to satisfy said execution. I will then and there Obst thi fee slip of of a Aid defendants in and to said Prem Wati prop of of did defendants to a tip by Steward Salfford Declo w3 sheriff of Floyd county. often ter Vij Are aware of i Lital in Plecien to Cid Kii Mills Clatl Long boxes Hay rakes plows harrows Spades shovels seeds pc. Also lindret.-. Opinion seeds Clover Timothy Herd Groin Ulutu c.r.i.-. In ungarian trass Orchard Gra in. All of Wlinich lie at the Livest possible prices. Iiov2l dicr.-3ni Ujj tit a Ctm or a cite Lii of tit v hi2h might be Crl al cd iri h a in Zug Rem coif n Hinatea Cerio a l j. F the Imperiale of Dicj Kanrr a Atit a or us ili Cicle in ils Jim stage that which in. The Oer ind nerf would yield to a mild remedy if Root attended soon Ai Tachici the Luff re a Aux a 0iackea. Were first introduced elt years a of. It Ixa her. Proved that they Are the Best in Cilc before the Publ for cufks., old Ampy fanckltis., siktrta., Alcor to the hacking Tough in slim Lital Cluid Numero is Affie Atina of a he Kif col giving immediate up eaters and Singert will find them effectual for died Riff and strengthening the voice. Sold by All let re Gisia and 0ealer3 in y Edi Oine at 2s cents per Hoz. Candies. A a lbs gum Krops of All flavors. A Stock of All kinds of Candy by oet23 j. F. . Just received and for Sale from the old established Kubia , new Torii an Assort rent of govern ii int Coffee put up in one Pound tin foil packages. I ice Vinging from 15 to 40 cent per nun l. Try it Evora Bixl. Nov dw3m File Harrah. Sun dii . Oysters pickled sardines Catsup Pine Apple in cans and bottles together with every hip usually kept in my line at j f. Mccurdy a oct2t no. 41 states ret

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