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O THE PUBIIQ!
Thaanhaerihai hsensttted too
(General S in at a re Muvc nt
NASMVILLI, May 25. 1864.—I am under
the impression that Gen. Sherman resumed
his forward movement from Kingston, Ga.
taat Monday morning but up to thia time
back the htter place, which is much
weaker, "fherefore why should he retreat*
Polk's army, and all the Mobile garrison.
xceot two or three companies of heavy
artillery, are with Johnston be has as
many men now as he could have a w^ek or
month hence. Alfoonu is among mountain
fastnesses Atlanta is on a broad plain:
nnd the question now is, if he does not
fight at the for er place, will he at th
After all, I have one query to ask the
reader to reflect upon, and it is this Is not
Johnston too wtak too fight Sher an ai»d
is he not falling hark to make the distance
etween Grant and Sherman greater, by
railroad, while that between Johnston and
Lee, by he same method of travel, is eon
stantly dirnin shing and is Johnston not
gradually reinforcing Lee and when over
taken, will there he any of his armv left
I am not prep red to solve tlm problem
perhaps its lotion may come before this
letter reaches you, though I think not tba
Suppose bt igade after brigade were trans
ferred to Beauregard, at Petersburg, thu*
making his armv sufficiently sfong to an
nhilate Rutler. or compel him to re'reat
wha then I confess have my deuhta
the subject. 1 hope and.be'ieve bo»h Gran'
and Sherman are providing against such
possible eontingency. The result of such
concentration the rebel forces, would b
'o an able ue to de'eat them easier tbsn
present, provided we uld coteenirat a
readTy aa they but if we 'ail to do tht*
disaster would follow. 4 jam-lion
tween Beauregard. Lee and Johns •.
would lea but firgle force to fight an"
(..How but «tippo.He they wer to umaa be
fore thru of Butler. Grant ai«d Sherman ?.
LATE —Since be above was written. I
lia\e learned p/)«i ively, from official di»
paiclies, that Sherman moved on TUBS
day morning, by way of Dallas, completely
flanking Altoona. Ha has with him thirr
4 rs (.visions of all kinJs, and fl da plen
ty graen pasture for is cavalry horse*
Oher supplies are be:n? sent forwaid ti
Kingston, without de'ay, a the raiload
complexly paired to that place. Th»
reliela ret rest in su has'te. at. they
lit le damage to the br dgaa. HAMDBL.
From the Atlanta Confederacy, May 17.
By the flanking movem nta of Shermat
two hostile armies in our front arr
gradually shifting into a new position. By
private dispatches we were Monday morn
ing informed of the change of the telegraph
office from sacca to Calhoun. Our own
dtrespoadent writes from Calhoun, under
date of Sunday that all the Cuius, hospi
CARTES E YISITE, tals and supplies ate being moved to Cross
Jan* SO, 1SS3. vTn-t'Jti
The enemy are still attemp ing to
flank, and it wood be difficult to conjee
ure where the next heavy counter mav
'ake place. The impression is universal
that Gen. Johnston has his adv r-ary ex
acly in the position designed for him.—
Sherman evidently believes Johnston is
running, ani the latter knows precisely
what the enemy and himself are about
Wo haoaeooooravsl with
RE WING GOODHU
E COUNTY S E P5P S
If ex?U-ec.r explanation war requi- a nten's of the pitcher splashed over the
--ou:e, the mys ori us moti\ of or lole company. Chsn.iler wae atunned by
cient Commander in Chief in shiftin-f th Ithe blow, aad had not fully recovered him
theenemy, vould be made pa'ent to he^ei*. when Hannigan dealt bim a second
simplest understanding at ho dewes the Wo* sHtb a chair. At this juncture tbo
^itai|Ba«r*a oaiasavi eoBawaso*sB| a aav saw a -aw------
en Sunday oor wkol.arn.y wBB^t S E
efl. Iriteed, the greater portion of. ft hasVromfieHi
for aoiae purpose, kwown certy to
of battles and Joseph John-*
..-, ^. OO-I
OuNaen foaght all da/ Sunday behind
weria they had thrown up Frfifay
night, aid bad strong) hened tbe nig'
1 have scan no official confirmation qf the eiouesViLt four o'elosfcia the afternoon of
fact. If he did advance hen, you will jfcunda^lhere wasegeneral charge on our
doubtless have heard of a bit le or a foot part, in,which the diviaions of Cheatham,
ra ere this reaches you. Altoona, on the Stewart and Srevensan par ieipstod. The
Etowah river, is ten miles beyood Sher*.enemy fame up in line, vera scattered by
ruan's front on Sunday last, and the rnly heavy Bille^afrom -ur intrench menta, and
possible place for a stand north of Atlanta, as ihejnfled our men were ordered »e
Johnston must either fi.^ht there, or fall charga7apd, leaping over the works, thev
drov the Yank as a, qua*ter of .a mile,
when they ran upon the reserve in line of
the enemy, and were compelled to fall
baci to their originalline. In this charge
mf of the men were wounded who came
down on Monday.
The loss of the enemy -since the fight
opened on Friday hv»t is calculated at five
to our one. They were charging against
our intrenched lines from the gining, and
the slaughter of Yankees said to have
en terrible- They were literally mowed
down as they came up, and were repulsed
every time a charge was attempted.
We conversed with sn intelligent officer
who assures us that the spirit of the men ia
paralleled in the history of the army
Tennesste. He declared that if Gen. John
aton will In the men loose they will whip
the Yanka on ground of their own choos
ing. The Yankees have nlreaiy been pun
i-hed severely, and the fearful losses of the
last few daya will he calcula'ed 4a dimin
sb a little of the pluek whieh seems to
have characterized the recent charges upon
From the Charleston Mercery.
To those iroiliar with the history of the
previous campaigns of the present com
mander of the Army of Tennessee, hi* ap
parent retrograde movement from 'he
ChatUnooga Mountains to Resaecs, and
thene* beyond the river, will he well un
derstood All of hie victories in tba star
ha been won by the retreat—drawing 'he
enemy fr*m their positions, aad. falling up
on them as sudden as a panic. Gen
Scott's advice to a Federal commander was.
Beware of Lee advancing and watch John
ston -n. the retreat. You may w' ip Jo
•on at a stand but the devil himself
would be defeated in the attempt to whip
Thft Afttaultuu Senator Choadler.
Washington dispatch to Cinnatti Gsa«tt*.
WASHIKOTOST, May 25
Th* fallowing ia believed to be a strictly
ccurrt* account of the diagrs/aful atcan1t
Ia«t nigkt on Senator Chand ar, in the pub
licdiniaghall of the National Hall Mr.
Chandler with Dr. Clark, of Detroit, and a
ady with her two children, wore taking
dinner st aside table. In thf course of a
mversation on political matters, he d§
nounced in strong terms Copperheads gen
erally, and particularly those of the West
ern States. Mr. Voorhira, of Indiana, wa*
itting at another table behind bim, with
Mr. Hennigan, also of Indiana Mr. Voor
lues arose from bis seat and approached
Mr. Chandler in an xcav manner., de
mending whether bo referred to him, te
which bo replied who are yon sir I
don't know you at toe same- time rising
his chair. Voorhe-s replied: I am
Voorhiea of Indiana, and suiting the action
the word, hestruck Chand er on the side
of the face. Tba two then closed, aad
Chardler was rapidly setting tio better of
Nirhies, when Hannigan came to the let
let's assistance wi a heavy milk pite' er
which he broke on Chandler's bead, The
very developments "hat are now being!spectators interfered, sou the Wlejerants'FTOiaT who sn elongitod fsea
jroade on the part of he Yankee General.—|wertf
Eveiy advance bv the lef flank exposes thejsligh ly eutVy tbo pHoher, aad his shoui
mo.e flank and rear oi the enemy- a arm wore coaoiderably braised by
Every advance ames bim so much fo?. j^ngi Hot eber to aloof hia
his depot* supplies, -wb.-eh, if h^bse out to day. attending to
haroed I. .s been destroyed, old o*afer WQa\ dotiea. Voorhie* ia quite aa largo
ially inconvenience csmpa .^ nf the in j*saaaj aa Chandler, probably little hear
vad.nc party It Ox^ctow^ i»ciB4e Pjraoos asstod at tbe t-U aro posi
mibiary ac^nee vnat a river moeh
ia bneX'rro than in hia roar. Whew
t»Jteo*m. has aro a*4 tha Oaatanaala ro
•Vil be in imsBrarot dsoeor of deasroe km
we hetieve Johoroo wiH horl bis srsay
Mr. Ca«ndler*a head wsa
iao that Chaodler saado ao aaaof Vasraos/s aaaw am* easaraet
name aa made no iifsiiawa wlssiavoT to
The oidinars- rata
AJT «Ji-barmma, is fcot if*0*A
rm~i f: W'.*W Z0 i~i
statianedi at Spirit
ivate Mcffinlav. of theaarrison, at .Pete7,
private McKinley, of the gsrriHOf at
«n,.were oui. on a scouting expedition.
and wheo retu ning, within two
dian, who fiiad at Whitlockrtha
in« his forehead. Seven others then s»ep
ped but add fired, frightening his Horse,
which threw him. One largo Indian, in
advance of the others, attacked W. "with 4
knife, gabbing him in the back and in the
took the km re fiO'U.him
By this time W. got his revolver out, with
which he shot another Indian, finishing
him with the knife, A
A third Indian had attacked W, and
was about striking him with a club or gun,
when McKinley. who had gone in pursuit
of the Segeani's hone, returned, and-shot
On Sunday after tbe fl^ht, two soldiers
and two si Users, went out to the place
where tbe fight occurred, and they saw
four li disss, who immediately scafered for
the timber, into which the whites did not
consider itaaf to follow them.
powerful n, and of grea* rsonal oonr
agf, aa sjaaifested in the fight.
Peterson, in the vicinity of whieh the
above fight recurred, is in Clay county,
a'- out 45 mies weet of south from Spirit
Lake, wh eh latter point is from 99 to 1U0
miles from Manbote.
Brackett's bstts ioi arrived at Spirit
Ltke the ay tha fight cscurred, and earnp
ed the same aighi about five milea south of
be Lake. Its course was in the direction
of Peterson, and it was enrouta for thai
pl*es on Monday, when the intelligence
first reached it. We doubt not that the
Major sent a detachment forward, arriving
at Peterson before tioops from .Spirit Lake
oould reach there. i««
•or an the Mlrieter.
A minist*. was travailing- fn the back
woods, and espying a cab n, 'entered' -on
mission of mercy. Tbe lady of the house
(she being present alone, end rightly judg
ing his errand,)when she saw him approach
lag seized the Bible and when he entered)
was, to all intents, busily engaged in perus
mg the volume. noticed,- however, that'
she held tbo letters reversed, in other
words upside down. After the usual cour
tesies the miaister inquired wluri sbo was
Oh! bout the old prophets, was the eti
dently self satisfactory reply.
It ia vary edifying to read the ufieriogs
of Christ, ssid the minister.
And so that good man ia dead, ia ha
said the BBetron--eyidentlj fatting- some
C-r ainly he is.
Well that sjust the way. I'v* been st
John a long tii:o to gs him ta take he
ncwapapart, but ha wont. Everybody in
tbe world might die, and wo oat got to
hear a word about it, said tba woman in a
Yea, I ho W we ar*. I've bean at J*ha
a long time to put a window am (be for eod
of iho bouse, said tbo woman, boa he woaVs
I aw-omva that you are weak
*v r,"»::,:'»* is:
.rnIowa.w,tb headq-arters S S S S O
Small ^nsrtsnfthiw comoan^v .re ^thnrW**^»ftom*™1S*
id at| Spnt Lake Pt*«*m^gg
nfrontedby st In .The la/gaVm^ioftofiheJEx^dtion,
it.ock.th Urfgra,- &
any sudden call, and
he Indian, killing him. The other* made fulness, aad is* happy all tba dayv A blessed
their escape. McKinley then placed W. on
his horse and rode, in the direction of the
post, but he Wae so much exhausted from
loss of b'ood and over exertion, that he
fainted when within several hundred ysrds
of the garrison. His comrades* Lowevar
carried him in, and dressed hi* wounde.
wnieh are uonsidered dangerous. On Mon
t'ay the sergeant was better.
***-.—. HJV. .I draft on the Southern Conferlersfy, and Gsn.
Sergeant Whitlock in represented aa a... ...
'Grant haa giv-n turn a check that will last
him as long aa be lives. Ussa
fc a asstssw
W W hostile
mti* laaav es.
IfxWkrjju and he
A^ fyto&wtomf Apr-
Mrfwaji, frnm ALtknpuOLa A-
ce without ititeru-jlion up the Jlisbouii.
We learn, via,3*. Paul and LaCrohSe,
td *a 9 si* is, syiBnswiatoipso
.wnu. inuia ara
and killed hfrr,.-% S Tp
.wit the Indi a
ally to-carry xtoies the liver.
S S S§ntiheL
Tn« ilAPwr MA* —He who ig strong,
and dueaa man'B work lie a?h*: in going
ou. to his daily toil leaves at home a beloved
creature who loves and rtrinkM of him alone,
it ia by that vary faor inspired wfth cheer
thing it is to have *»y your hearth-stone a
ust wor hy and loving women, ta whom
you can open yottrltvmF with--whom you
can suffer. She will prevent you from either
dreaming or forgetting 1' &«• -**«s
«I think I can see
WW,/^UTe in tha
as the lawyer said when his client
infomsd bim that ha had plen.y of money.
--—8 ii is»
A prias Was offered at' the Arademy of
Music ir Chj ago for the best Cbii undruse
The following #on
Why is neral Lea a ver~ rich man
Because he hs* had the benefit of a large
osas UrraH, formerly -oil St. An
thonr. ep h* -een moid, by
the Apache Indians In Nevada Terni.-iy.
All the ci-rcurastaoces concur in •'establ:.-h
ing Mr. UrTjM'aideBUiy.anrianaengo h-r
things, a bible, with hi* name written in it,
waS found on his ocm^.-^State Atlae.
iJt I. wtaevsi
"Hans where wis you'oorn.t**i*
"On he ialdrbarIack.•' ,"%
•What! eJWfW^W-^rO Mtx
•How old are you^iheri^
"When th* old school, bpu^e, jaf bailt
Wis two weeks more nor a.^-psf^what ish
LBinted red aa you go home mifj ypur back
behind you on the right banj side by tha
old blacksmith s|iop wbav s,iaiu|sl where it
wis burnt down aext ^ar^,wil| be two
WATTIWO jron S-OSTHIWO.-—.Th re are
gotothabarher'sshop to*e,asthey say,
•shaved." v\ a heafrl of a juveY.Ie who
went to be sosopety and the^rVOfcr having
adjust«4 too etotbi aoe»sb*ped ha mouth
shin, left bin .ad eienrluungin^ ab-ul the
door. As soon asiao young goWt aw him
saantermg, aw impatisMty nCWomcJ out,
•Wo.1,what a you lewving so* all this
time fort?•'i »-.-.Mi[
Tha witty barber replied, "1 am wait
ing until your beardjfiejr-«T*r od
A lawyer tha.other day,,woJii one
tha brbor abepsio procure a^g^' In tak*
ing dimension* ol thj fawner neal, tha
oo exciaim*-) .. _'
VVn, busy lonj jfupy heAJ *%^sir."
"Ye*/ repUe our wouiiy Inend, "wa
lawyer*. mu* hays ioj^Aea*
Ah, wow^n oo aro in the dark, said It k*rlh ****»*, liaad is
1 knew I am weak, asm I goes, tf sasi a O inan de-
hod das milk*, freer, asm faosO taki- an* ciari^ a d^joTwJiich aide
pills ad a I barr, 4% *&« v»d, ...w
tt^~Tl?SZ22 '«*WMa^# W Hon.
ataor aw inary tooo of vavso, aad half Sw ••-*•.* c. .«• -.•imviiem *4jsaea,u
cotaso h%hor tb». oaoai. *f^*£!£&„
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Ahailetbraayvsr eii amd row 0f9f i.sa ii
iue buy procawied mju*, .vecAtion. but
aa thick aa it iy wogi''
The Dufcayat isms ,mf aitot wae
tahowoo the ^itaaaajpfi otaaejer Jiaaca.
a UocoJ* S Grant two
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