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KR1'SM'4UII Till? DAILY REBEL. ":i M.ir:t i-t.i.-'l.i.riT t'm liank of Tci!:c-.ee. CHATTANOOGA: . Ti r:3PAY MUilNINH. JAN. 27, VX - . . .....! . Tflli SITUATION. Xnlhinjj aMi(ional from (lie front. If (Ire lMJljIotn ll'.!va:;CS of 1 IcSCCrriiiS in not fit- tciiijituil within annliw week wo shall incline to (lie opinion that that (Jeneral does not 3e- H!jjit a vihii iiiih way, until ihe iri!i. A Jilil shower of rain is falling as wo go to prcs.i. which, if it contiiiUCH loriij enough, will Lave a temlcncjr (o keep Ihe rivciH and fcfrcaniH at (load iMe, nm thereby c!iec-l:; main hilly, t lie military operations of either army. i)ur dispatcher) tht'3 inorniiifj announce that tho irrqimwile Lhn-imidu lias incited another riroiiiiiieiuOK'iito.doelariiig (hat the Grand Army in al'out to meet the Jlehols again,. and that the auHjiit'ioiis moment lias arrived to htrike it mortal blow to tlio rebellion and gain a do naive victory. It in said that an unusually f.erioim feeling pervades the olliceisof the 'army. It is felt to be a critical period in tht North. The Washington Star Buys Hooker's Divinitm has iulually crooned the .Rappa hannock. Oor forci h oecnjiy (in! veslon, Texas, with a force of 7000 men. The capture of Arkansas 1'ost ia confirineil ty an ollicial . dispatch' from RlcCIornan 1 (0 llalleclc. The I'aris correHpondeiit of iho New York Herald, nays that'meii of the highest oflieial jiOKition, boldly aHBcit in conversation that rrancertiingle handed, haa detormined to cud bloodrihed in America, if England continiifs to hold aloof. " The New York Herald, says the lcadcra of the Indiana Democracy aro in open rebellion agnirmt the Administration. , A upociul telsgrain to iho Mobilo Jlegiater, announces an engagement of one of Morgan's rogimout with a superior forco of tlio eno. my, in which threo of our men were killed, including the gallant Col. Hutchinson, who was in command of thu regiment. It is an exceeding great pleasure to us to bo able to lay before our readers this morn ing, a communication from a friendly cor respondent, commendatory of the 17tl Ten nessee, as Cno a regiment na ever cliargod an invading line in. tho holy cause of Liber- This regiment one of tho oldest. and best in our army, was formerly commanded by Hon. Taa. W. Newman, who litis since, with commendable patriotism nild devotion to his people, raised another TennesBo Itegiment and now commands it ia the field. . 'v .- - . : In tho battle at Murfrecsboro, the 17th was led by its present oouunuhder, the brave, cli'valrlo Marks, who fell, cevercly wounded by a caonistcr shot, while , leading his mm ogaint a battery, four guns of which they captured in tho desperate and bloody charge. A braver noldier or more sclf-sacriGeing commander than Col. Marks, novcr shed blood in defence of an oppressed and strug gling nation.. In this connection, wo avail ourselves of the opportunity to pay a just tribute, al ready too long deferred, to the courage and valiant vcrviocs of an old personal friend and " companion in tirnis," Captain Tom. 'Wnttorson, commanding a company in this rcjimcnt, in the recent battles. Captain W. is a veteran soldier, and this is hi third campaign. lie servod with distinction as ft Lieutenant of volunteers in tho war be tween Mexico and the United States. He was among tho first to ofl'or his life and sor- vieo iu defence of the South; was unani moufdy clioscn as First Lieutenant of a com pany of Southern Volunteers from Coffee nnJ Ilcdford ; fought gallantly, to our own personal tbscrvation, under Zollicofier, with tlie17th, at Wild Cat and Fishing Creel, and in every succeeding engagement in 1S02 to C3, from Shfloh to Murfrecsboro. Wo are sincerely gratified to kitow that he passed through tho fiery ordeal at Murfrecs boro, without loss of life or limb, although more than two-thirds of th company he commanded, wcro killed .and wounded.- Captain V. is a brother of the Hon. Harvfy ... ,, , 10 c.i M. Watterson, and ftn uncln of ono of the editors cf this paper iii whoso absence and without whoso knowledgo we have taken the liberty to niako this mention of bis gallant services iu tbo" fiuld. hope "Tom," of "ours." will spared to enliven many a camp-fire more, and, next time w.c take to "sleeping under canvass," wo want tu bo somewhere in hia Jlrijade if it be only to get an occasional j;limpve of his jocund face, to revive tho old and plofifant af'Mieiutiors of the "cheerful iiiarchfa'' we made tvigtthcr iti that memor able Wild Oiit campniii. 1 " - , ,i f ii" i. We have lean kinity furnished by flier! d in the city, with a letter from a dis- tjuuiiihed and gallant young TcuueM.ee .officer, on (Jet). Marmaduko's staff, descrip tive of tbo late battle in Arkansas, from which we extract a few interesting detail The letter bears dato of tic 21th ult., from Lewisuury, Ark., and says : " With our Cavalry livi;iou (General Marmaduke's) us an advance guard, and a part of llindtnan's army the whole untlcr command of Ilindman, advanced from Van Huron, Ark., against JJlount's force, sup pocu to 00 in Hashing&on county, about seven thousand utrong (our force ten thous and strong.) Our purpose" was to flank them. We advanced above them, but here met reinforcements coming to him, in tlie shape of cavalry and infantry. Marma duke's Division routed tho cavalry, took three hundred prisoners, killed and wound ed sixty, took thirty wagons, three colors, ifcc., &c. IJIount's forces and tho reinforce ments then joined and attacked our whole force, but were repuled and driven back at every point, with a loss, during.tke whole euagcm,ent, to them of two thousand killed, wounded, prisoners and missing, thirty wagons, one hundred head of mules, five colors, A:e. Our Iocs seven hundred killed, wounded and missing. Our troops had been .several days without food our horses starving in consequence, arid especially as the march was merely to entrap Blount's force of seven thousan'd rej wc return ed in the face of the enemy "to Van Baron, and our division came down to this point lor forage." BO. Tho Senior Secern! Lieutenant of the 'Lookout Artillery" J. M. Aiimstrono, ib de sirous of procuring immediately thirty recruits to fill out tho numbers of this battery organ m ed in Chattanooga, and now stationed tempo rarily at Pollard. . Both Capt. Harry and Lieut. Armstrong arc too well known in-this vicinity ton quire any commendation at our" hands, and every ono knows that the Artillery service is. the best service and stands higher in the army than any other. By virtue of an order from the Adjutant and Inspector General's Of fice, Richmond. ,Va., porsons subject to con. scription aro now allowed to enlist in Iho Con federate States Army, to fill up present organ ized commands to their maximum number. Persons now enliating are entitled to all tho rightB, privileges and immunities of volunteers. HQS A Washington correspondent of the New York Commercial asserts that lottera from John Bright have been sent to Lincoln, declar ing that a proclamation of emancipation will at onoo array Great Britian with the Union. That's simply a "Bright array," of John's own vivid fancy. Ho may bo a great Bright--but ho does'nt constitute Great Ihfgkl ain yet. tu McMahon ol tho Memphis ifulletin, is Post Quartermaster at Meridian. At length he is in tho Meridian ofhis glory. Post Meridian J. II: McMahon, P. M. The Southern Cultivator, an excellent Agricultural Journal published at Augusta, has mado its appearance for this week. The planting community should give ita'cordial Support. It is a good "institution and a Cul tivator, whoso familiar acquaintance is worth cultivating. JBtsy- TLo Secretary of the Treasury of the Confed irato Slates, closes his Report with tho following recapitulation : The legislation which will bo required to carry into cfl'ect the Bevcral matters recoui mendod in this report, is tho following : 1. An act limiting tlio period ionunuiug the Treasury notes bearing dato prior to 1st De cember, 18G2. 2. Authority to issue a euflicient amount of Treasury notes to pay the appropriations re quired tor tlio support of tho Government to 1st July next. 3, Authority to issno bnda and stock uuf ficient to fund tho notes already issued, clt titled to bo funded at eight por cent, and those horcaftor to bo funded at nevcn per cent. 4. A call upon tho States to guaranty the War debt, upon a plan to issuo six percent, bonds payable in instalments iii25 years, upon the plan of tho 100 million loan. 6. A modification of tho Loan Act of April, 18u2, by reducing tho tune to uvo years, within which tho Government iny redeem the bi mis. (1. A war tax upon property and income. 7. The Appropriation Act. 8. Tho organization of a bureau in charge of tlio ihsuo of rreanury notes. t). IticreaHo of the salaries of tho Assistant Treasurers and Depositaries, and their Clerks. Cf?X. Tho blockadcr off this port had iu their possession yeHtorday two schooners, which aro supposed to bo vchhcIs winch sailed Iroin hero tho night before, and wjnch utitor tntmtely g'it bccilmed soon after leaving 1S01110 t)f our nautical gentlemen, who havo a good marine eye, say positively that ono of (lie ychscIh was thu schooner llutowan, jvhich had 011 board ubout one hundred bales of cot- ovand tho other was thought to be Georgo ChiHolm, with a cargo of naval at .".' Cour tho stores (7is. Cour. Tho Savannah News of tho 22d, reports that fur . dome days past tho weather has beeu very inclement 011 tho coast, tho wind blowing a gale most of the tima. The Yankees outnido havo had the full benefit of it, and wo learn they have been compelled to seek harbors. Thero ro now threo or four blockaders at Cooktipur, eight at Oiwbaw, and four at tho mouth of Ogcechco. ' ' IC') The Yankees are actively engaged in tho work of raising the sunken vcmcis in Nor folk harbor. Tho contractor for tho work bi confident of Ida' ability to raise tho whole fleet (thii t'iv.1 war vcnurls) by tho mly part of next Spring. "' .by gsafe-vine and 'otherwise. ai OV l!TS OP THK CiuTTA.soMiiA Monday Evening. S 1". ii Matoimosiai.. A ymng I.idy, of ,"! uHcutio'i I and Ingli Mumlinf,'. inijiieito imnnue at-qnuiniauix of wmf ji'tinjj tciitlenian.Uidt halh the love ol wea.aa In I ij ton I iii nui-hiinnee of matrimony. ir.v one de. irom of furuiinir an allWs.e tarou-li this 1 Horti imtiimn, will nlease adJie 1 Mies EVMNE WhllDNA. Core of Paul Henderson, Co. t, 3tith KfR t . Wije'ii Liigade. Builon'n farm, Utniico Co., n : The abov notice, is telegraphed to this Bat tery, verbatim from the- columns of tho Rich mond Whig. The '-Grapevine," -hitherto a hopeless bacl-elor, with ihe frosts of many winters tinging his patriarchal beard, at length beholds a glimmering prospect of a change in his lonely manner of life loom up before him. Here is " you tig lady" of ood education (a useful qualification for this department of tho Rebel) and of "lii'j'i standing" deirca to marry somebody. I always did have a mis chievous weakness for "high standing" females --say fiwj-ioet ten at least in theirslippers. , 'Evmnk" wants a young man, with the "love of woman in his soul!" "Hero's your mule" Evy, dear "old Grapoy,"--aoul chuck full of love and overflowing ready to bo married and bo converted into a quiet, respectable hus bandman, within 24 hours time. How can I be expected to telegraph with my accustomed composure after the perusal of the fair Evunk's card. I'm in uu exlecy of matrimonial excite ment, and in tho language of the poets. 1 again cxcUiiu oh 1 woman! "O fW't!Ht of creation! last and bent Of all Uod' works treatmo in wliam excelled Whatever can to sight or thought be formed , Holy, divine, good, amiable, or swept, How art thou lost ti this Grapevine ! If there is a rambling and incoherent lack of connection about this Dispatch, tho reader will altributo it to tho shattered condition of tho operator's nerves at tho present 'writing. That card of Kvhne's awakens emotions in this breast that wero believed by his most distant elderly femalo relatives to have been smother ed within him, years ago. The days of his early bachelorhood loom up grandly iu his memory, and ho takes down his "broken mir" ror" to sec if any traces aro left ofhis former beauty, but recognizes "nary trace.".. The rosas not of youth, but of a claret-y creation still linger about the "point," f his nasal pro- tubereuce -illustrating that touching couplet of the pocfMoorc-or-lcss" "You may break you ntay shatter the glass it y"U will B.tt the .sigh of the "ium" will cling to it till." Oh! Kvy, y! write to the "old cuss1" won't you? Don't put it in the papers any more Those abominable Congressmen will be running all over Richmond after you. Be waro of them, innocent Evline beware of them they're all married. They'll tell you they a'int but don't believe them. If thsy annoy you, telegraph me. shall be your katnpion pistols and (the meanest sort of Rye) coffee for two. Till t'len-a dios por dios. Grapevine man dies for two hours jeeie: doses curtain fulls. PERSONAL. Lt. Con. Lkonidas Por.K, reached this place lust Sunday evening from North Carolina. The bravo veteran looks a vigorous and halo as ever, and brings tho cheering intelligence tlfal tho "bushwhackers" in tho old North State havo beon routed and a largo number of them captured. In a recont visit to Ringgold, Ua., we were pleased to meet in the office of Genoral G. D. Witcbfxi,, Quartermastor General of that de partment, the familiar faces of our quondam fellow-citizeriB T. B.Childreks,Es(, latoDistric, Attornoy in this Stato and J. R. Green, Esq. both of Nashville. Gen. Mitchell's ofllco ifl ono of tho complotcst and most systematic in tho Quartermaster service of tho Confederacy, and iU various departments under tho super vision of the following named gentlemen: Jas. R. G recti, chiof clerk, T.B. Childress, " second,' Win. Lowe, "third," D.J. Robertson, Wagon and Forage Master, and A. M. Greon, Messen ger. Uur atlable mend Uol. John W. JJavis, is tho Trunspoilation Agent all, together, .pre senting a corps of Assistants seoond to no oth er ofiioo in this service. General Mitchell, himself, is a veteran soldier and u Quartermas ter of enlarged experience. His books aro kept in Unexceptionable stylo, and his offlce is a pattern of neatness and business liko order. An error crept into a personal notico we mado of Captain Jack Whooless, the oTTier day, which is calculated to do him harm iu tho esti mation of many not acquainted with tho cir cumstances. Tho notico iu question, stated that "Capt. W. is just from Nashville, where he had been paroled to tho city, until tho in famous order of Gen. Rosecrans appeared, kc." This would mako it appear thatour friend, the Captain had quit the city -without tho consent of tho Federal authorities, and so violated his parole. Ho was, paroled at the Hospital near Pcrryville, with tho understanding that he could go wherever ho wished, when able to movo. Ho. therefore, went to Nashville and was admitted to tho city by (Jon. Negle)', and kindly tendered tho freedom ofhis lines with, out any parole to their limits. Ho Mas, of courso under no'obligations wbalovor to remain in the city after Rosecrans' ordcr,and therefore, ho came away at his own time and pleasure Tho tonus of Captain W'a parolo wcro that ho was not to take up arms ogainst tho U. Si, or aid the rebellion in any form untilbonorably exchanged. 'I big he observed as rigidly as sivcii tlio Federals could havo wished. Pre vious to Gen, Rofecrans' order, he had applied to bo sent to Vicksburg for exchange, but failed to mako the necessary ai rangcmHi te, and knowing that if he applied after that order that he weuld bo sent to "Alton, 111.," ho con eluded to take a "Southern" toulo to Vicks burg, but on icpuiling to Gen. Bragg's U.kl j of ht.i!f, he found it waul! not bo neceusary t jo thore. ,. TELEGRAPHIC. SPKCUI. TO 1 II K n.ay kkuh.. NORTHERN KEWS. nVHff9IIK'4 AftUKKrrS TO ill A It MY. THE I'EDERAi.S TO TIU' ANOTHER IiAT'i Fitz John Foitcr Found Guilty and Lis missed. . v a "Tcp vnnrr 'inn nrnTn The Governor of IV cw Jersey for Fcae.?. Increase of the Peace Feeling in New York DEATH OP fOl.. HLT(invO, I'KTEnsnuRo, Jan. 25. The New Y rk Tri bune of the 23d inst. has been received. Burimido bus' issued an address, 'dated Jan. 20lh, announcing to the army that they arc about to meet the enemy onco more. He says the auspicious riiomen!: seems to have arrived to strike a mortal blow to the rebellion, and gain a decisive vietqry, which is due to the country.- Let the gallant soldiers of so many' battle fields, accomplish this achievement, and fame, most glorious, awaits them. A correspondent, after referring to tho move niont of troops preparatory to the attack, eays an unusually serious feeling pervades the offi cers ot tho army. Ii is felt to bo a critical pe riod. Soma of tho troops havo been despond ent for tho last two weeks, and another repulse would bring results unpleasant to contemplate. Tho Washington Star of tho afternoon of tho 21st says Gen. Hooker's division has cer tainly crossed tho Rappahannock. Tho event caused much excitement in Washington. Gen. Fitz John Porter has been found guil ty of all tho charges against him, and has been dishonorably dismissed. Richmond, Jan. 2.;. Northern dates of the 21 et havo been received. The New York Herald says that Governor Parker of New Jersey, was inaugurated 011 tho 20th. Trenton was crowded with citizens from all parts of the State. There was a grand military parade and great enthusiasm. The Govcrnar in his inaugural denounces Federal asiumption and repudiates emancipation, am asks in conclusion if there is no way, consis tent with the honor and interests gf all to bring to an end this unnatural war? lie said : "We should not be afraid of peace honorable and permauent pcace-'-whether it comes by tho excrciso of power or tho exercise of concilia tion. It should be peaco on tho basis of tho Union as it was, and not a Union of States where part aro hold in snbjo lon as conquer ed provinces. Senator Wall, of New Jersey, was serenadod at tho Girard lleuso, Philadelphia, on tho 19th He made u speech comparing the Union to a ehip at sea in distress, with an incompetent pilot. Tho crowd groaned at tho mention ol the names of Lincoln and Butler. The small pox is in almost every neighbor hood in Washington. Cotton has advanced in New York ; Mid dlings closing at Bovonty-Hix cents. God 117. Exchange 163. Tho steamship Arabia has arrived, bringing nowg to the i2th. . Much space in the papers is occupied with rumors of French intcrven tion.1 Most of the London journals condemn the London Times for its open uttcniptto justify slavery on Scriptural grounds . Tho cotton market wa quiet with a hotter tone at tho closo, CONFEDERATE CONGRESS. KrciiwoND. Jan. 2C In tho Senate to-day, Mr. Caperton of Va., was qualified, and occu pied his scat. The Yancey resolution instructing tho com mittee on tho Judiciary to inquire whether of ficers of tho army of the United Statea aro liable to punishment for tho execution of tho mancipation proclamation by the criminal laws of tho Slates, was adoptod. . The bill to organizo a Supremo Court was taken up. A resolution to poslpouo iadefinito ly was rejoctod after debate Yeas 3, nays 18. Tho bill was considered until adjournment. Richmond, Jauy. 2C Hon. Av Oukey Hall delivered an address before tho Democratic Association of New York on tho 20lh, in the course of which ho said that tho war period has practically ciidcnl, ami we aro nuw iu the period f conciliation, (great applause and sories of cries of peaco 1 peace I) Thero had been nothing but iiiterferenco with tho Gen erals iu tho field and there had not been mili tary talent at tho head of the armies. How coald tho North ever expect to siicceod iu a military point of view ngainst Jeff. Davis, (cheers.) "If 'ho white man of tho North cannot save 'tho RcpublicJ then I would rather have tho whito man of tho North subjugated by tho whito man of thu South, than owo tho salvation of the North to the negro . (ImmonRC applause,) after which threo cheers for that sentiment wera given. '' Monii.K, Jan. 26. Tlio Adveitiser & Regis ter has a difpatch dated McMinnvillc, Jan. 2-Uh. which saya: "The enemy, fivo thousand i,trong attacked ono ot Morgan's ReginiotitH, under Col. llutchinsen, at Woodbury, this Mioining. Our men, after two hours fighting 'with Euperior forco, fell back two miles with a hiss of three killed, including Col. Hulchiu son, and nine wounded. Tho" encmyVi Ions iii unknown.' FROM NORTH CAROLINA, ' RicnvoM), Jin. 2(5. A dispatch dated Goid; boro, Jan,2.')th, aaya xefugeea from P.eauf jrt report tho Abolition fleet, nincty-twa f,ai!, in I B;.mfort Harbor; n!to f.2,C;0 AboiaUmu,! en camped at M nvlitad and Carolina City. Gen. fi-.d'enbOti who has juft .re'.i.i ned to Kiiiritun from a recoimoiterh'u:'. f-xpiuimon through Jones and Oi.hKjw cou'ilies. ! epul is that a com pany of cavalry r.urprisod a party of Abo! i ;;'CTKts on Friday, l.ear Jackson; killing five privates and routing tho balance No loss on on our side. RiCHMo.vn, Jan. 2.').---Parties from Freder icksburg 6tato theie is no truth in tho report that tho Yankees have made dcmoni-'tratioi.ii at-Voit Royal, but aro exacted every night to attempt to cross the river nt Falmouth. Bnri'.fiiett- has issued a goner.11 oidci ly his troops to prepare for active movement. - Gen Lee's McdJcai Diiectar states tkat tho Yankees drove a nero into the river a few days ago at ihe point of the bayonet. The negro was rescued by our pickets iuul found to bo cov ered with Miiall-pox. Be died shortly after. Richmond, Jan. if). The Baltimore Ameri can of the fc'id is received. Tha Arabia urriv ed with Lhcrpool dates of the 12lh. The Paris Aloniteur publishes an account of the battle of Ercdickaburg by an eye witness, who says the rapidity ot movement of tho Confed erates weio miraculous. Napoleon has again turned his attention to American affairs, steps being taken to resume tho oveituios made to M10 Liuceln Government and it is believed with better prospect of success. The Ameri ca has further accounts of the cupturcof Ar kansas Post. Tho number of rebels captured is stated at from five to seven thousand who were' under command of Gen. Churchill. Tho prisoners havo been s.ent to Mempqis. It is reported that the expededition will reduce the rebel works on Arkansas rivor and finally Lit tlo Rock Memph.flj ad views of tho I5lh state that great activity, and indications of a, upecdy land and naval movement under Gen. Grant, aro appa rent. Steamboats and teams wcro pressed into service and fourteen regiments had gone forward. Total Federal loss at Murfrecsboro 10,287. Tho Sanjacinto loft St. Louis on tho 20th ult., in pursuit of two Rebel schooners which left die day previous, loaded with ammunition and guns for a steamer outside, but failed to capture them. . Tho American Consul at Point Apotro in formed the captain of tho Sanjacinto that Capt. Somnies had burned an American ship at Sambero Island. Tho Mexican forco at Pueblo- has been in creased to twenty-five thousand. . Richmond, Jan. 20 Tho Dxaniiner's says " Wo believe It Into that a portion of Burn sido's army passed tho Rappahannock ten miles abovo Falmouth. Tho object is suppos ed to bo a flank movement against our army on tho hills below. ; . ' $2000." ". rnvvo thoufand dollars will le paid for a stout aide 1 b (lied num. not 6Uiji ct to coiiferlptiou, who will Ro a Kiilwtitute in a cavalry coaipmiy Anply at this olHec. jany. 27 lit VIRGINIA SALT. I HA YE a small lot of Virginia Hnlt, which I keep en hand constantly nt 25 ets.ptr. ll., et Hwick's old stand. M.UIUDT. Jany. 27-fim TOBACCO. I HAVE, and will nhvityn keep on band a lm-ffe amoiiut well assorted rtock of Va. und N. !. Tobaecon, of all sort and jfiades, which I niTur for eale to retailoi-H or Hiitt'iiH, at a lew pi leu , at Kwick'e oiu Binnn.onpoHiio me rrcsuyienaa tliurclt juuy. ii uxr II. 13RADT. FOFv RENT. , ADWEI.LIXO with four -rooms, In the Boiith- wont jiart of town. I'oHhBtiiini given the Hint of l'cbruaiy. 0. H. P. WAYNE. Jany.27-21 . , . , . STOLEN. A HOItSK, wddlo and bridle from me 011 the 21th ii nil. The horse wits a deep chestnut sorrel, cit isor'a deep middle, newly Heated. I will pay 150, re ward lor Lorae, bridle and Middle, delivered U, mo 6 nill"g North or Lafayette. Cu.. , Jany. 27-1 w A. 15. JACKSON. Information Wanted Of Asst. Surgeon II. J. Key, supposed to I16 with the army st or near Chattanooga. Addiimn, jaii25-2w . V M. T. KiOY, Navel : Comd'tit Oflieo, Mobile, Ala. ''"":'wMTEi)r : mO know of the whereabout et J.C Lewis, a private i of tho 7th Arkansas regiment. Any Information conoeruinr? him will le lioeraily rewarded. I will remain at the Central Houno until Wodeesdny niarn Injr. . T. 11, HA K ICR, Chutlanooifii, Juuy. 27-lt .'. . 7tli ArkanMs. S150 REWARD. 1 ) ANAWAY from the Biilmcrlbur oh tho 12th t-,vo I t bojs. Hmiii end lllliaid. t-ani i.-i uliout :ih vimr old, not very blued, 5 feet, 11 Inciies in heiKht, lad a little jrivr (ioih uickiic-a. I Id is vorv bnw li-irifcd. ami awkward In appoaranco, but etout, active, shrewd, and aliarp feauned. Hiliiiiid In uootit f, yourn old. 5 feet i-J ineliea bleb, very black, and a black iinllh by tiudo. lit) Is noiiiiiu built, well I'mnortiimi'd. ami at timee slow upokou, and HlnsrgiHli la appearance, but miieiva hum htmrp. j m y will attempt to I enlist undor 1110 ledei-uiH In ifiuieweo. I will cive J.iO lor their uoiiHiieuieiit in J4II so tliut 1 c:ui ant tliam. and f 100 for proof enough, to convict the tvhlle pernon "uu 111. iiuuwjea 1111:111 1.' way. . JOVKPH (J.1U.OUNT, Turkey Towu, V. ()., Cherokee Co. Ala Jany. 20 lm ' 1 A LARGE LOT OK AKSOHTKI) AMBUOTTPK STOUH . MATIcritAI.S, IM.AIM AM l-'AMCV,' iU cdived nnd for mlo In hits to suit piiielii'sera. 'umis litltd cutire,with (Hans, ifom and proAcrveM. Oidere filled punctually when ai'e.'.iiipaiiiml with the cosh. , J. . KllfTIl, IJau2i-3t " , . Atlanta, ln. Er. A. WADOYMAll, Him UK ON it A V. CO r.L II V. it . IlKMOVKDblnollii'O to Ma Wi 'St.. ono or uUe V Kennedy' Hi ug i-.tore. Ij uiT-luwMm J ' " '' ' morninFrefori s. COMPANY MSr.N'ING liKI'OIXT.-t MAHi: II' I uu , thiitv duv.. and benutll'iillv niiulcd und ruled, i"j uleat Tllli liliUL'b OFFICB. Jany. 20. I0R SALE i) iv:i.l, a !j liei::;-tin tf 111 P. t-Miir. il.V l''l e-!-.;-.i:: t-vi; ;i -i w;;j,' a ' v '; J" t niioi;- lia." rm I ' !". weil n-t ;-, tt x ,', i,f niiiir fr nt 'irr, ,'n:,i.ii"i;iif Ap;le-i. ' CirtH-Ms.l'lni.i. l.'-ii'n-'-'. A 1 ii 'i'N, ul-J l,ja. j,. a nue M.leet'.-r. t.rr: n-. l-'cr nuttier i-iiiiunV,'," apply to ' " M. T. hvi( ; ,V.-.:'.0-lm Bl'OLEli . .r . ........ . .. s.ii'J.M n:y Manic 111 ftier eoniny, ii,i.. i i ( , , l.-'fia niiey, a ii.,y in lie, 1 uteK uumr 1 . e-.un olil lii-t (-t'riev'. ni -ui i.i hiiinu It :t- 1. n c . n featlier m.uk in her lie,i,l wil n lilll, n, I,.,., her nMi, mjiiio npis under tlicj.nys t!n e-V-eVs oi ti'inpM. ..j':ed vUthtt 0:1 the ITili .1 w t; 111 will elve il'i r-vr-rl for luf 'I'mntlou Jeli, ';,; (lluenrto nio, i ii.'tii ieul ( 1: u.e to ei t mv p,,,, JmTi-iw V. P. A 1 I.1;-i'in;' - EXcriANca uoTicE urn t lit t -l'L-lirl t rii ; v e!.1 Ii O. J wlio bine bein 1 iiptuud nild pui, 1,'d 11, v,r ia end Mji) land, lit any ti.oo Iii 111 t! e U : Ua.l l!' hohtitlties to the 1st ol November, lsH'i, l-,;Vl i.",.,' 'duly exchanged end are bea-ly tuxVi lr; J. 2. Ail C'iii'( ili'iuie liii"'is uitil nii-n wh h:-.v l.n u delivered at AikenV I r.vJ on Jaines )!,, i-, ,c ,j,.v tintc pitviiu-i tulle l'.i:li vl Nt.vemlcr. 1m'.-j, 't been duly cxeLaiifted in.d an beieby so deel .u'i!. ' II. All t'Oitederntei itieers find noil tihri l.hvo deliveied ul VUksl u'C, j! i-'-is-Tri, p;-.-vin;. i.,jK, lit of Nov,.rnil.ei', ls'12. und includuiR ;-,m! di.tc, ,. ,, been 3uly exchanged, aud ai l.en-bv dee'-u . 1 liUBl'.KT ori.ii', Jany. 25-Ct Aj.ri.t .ot C.vi,,-!.;... . ttr 8 uitberti paper copy u:id send e! .tu, ti War Oeiiartnient, at Kiol'li'.ud. Uiehiieiinl 'x. Orne-n Co:.oi wiuNr v CoNse uns, 1 Km-.wiiie, Tetin., Jan. 1,, ist,3. Kniolh-d epr.si-ripts now in Hie eiepluviui i.t ,,1 1,., Nitre and Mintnn lepnrini"it and h(i!iliii; a ,ei!ii!.-u, from I'arit. riiiuui ot employment roarniz tl ;l ; 1 to Jan. lyth imi-t not bo iuieilered with i,y ,iMy l(,r. son w homsoever. Hut 110 aireals in the Nitre and Mining or otim-;,. puriment will be allowed to te,s'.;rn i'ni..-!i;ils i-iu,,!. led for tlvji B-rviee-ti thvir dcimi'inionu until u'i. applieatiou lias been icnilo at this cflieo in wiiliui,, and the detail regularly Hindi. - - ' . Ii. I). IJi.AKIJ, l.t. Col. C. S. A. C lliiliiiuuliil'.t el Cuiim i-ljiVs jati21-10t II. J. HU03IES, Attormy ol Jjiitv, C'lulin A;;'n nin! Voduy riildle, . ItiCIIMONI) VA. (CLAIMS of every dese.i-lptioii nrninst the C-nilnfe J ra'o (Jovernniritt settled with ae.eiiriii-y niidih nntel'. Attenda nil the ('onfeilerato Stiites emiil. hold in the city of Kiehmond. Addict I5d. Hi.o, jan22-ly WANTED. ASUBSTITOTK. over 45 yeiirs of a.w, in a d, -ira. ble brain h of the service . Address V. 11. , ( hattarioogu I'oht OHioo. tj.iny. 2;i " FOR" SALE," A FKW hundred gallons, aiipertino Cntu Wine I Apply to WILLIAM J. l'AliE, ' Jany. 2;i-3t Craynville, (ia. J WISH to sell or rout my farm of oif(hty aei-en, within throe niileg of Cliiittunoona. One hull In a lino state of cultivation.-. Tlio purchaser or tenniit, can also have the plantation tools, and provihlum' on hand, which me ample to support the hands ucc-' cssnry to work the farm the present year. Jany.ZJ-tr JUSKl'H CHILTON. NOTICE. IF Charles Hemmons. of ('apt. Olivarv's Comnnnv. 33 Florida liettiment, will addiesa tho undersigned at ifin place, he will learn tho particulars coneeinlnita Negro Hoy luft by him at Cave City, Ky ., on tho lub of (September last. Any information concerning the present locality of thja regiment will lie tlmnkltiHy received by K. J. (ilifCSSIIY, dec7-im Aar. t SiirKCon 7tli MIhh, Iteg I. Camp uear Murfroesboro, Tonn., Doo 4. SALT! SALT ! I fpJIE nndorslgned linve for sale at Baltvllle, V,, 1 K1X CAU LOADM OF HALT, in sack of tliM bushem, fl() pounds per himtiel, now-roiuly for Hlnp- F wient. Persona wishing to purcliaso will addrcaa the nnderHiprned at (iladney Uprlnm, Va.. bv tho first of f Jaiuury. Bids will bo received for ono or rnoio w mailt), and too best bid oltcred will bo accepted. Hie f suit is is of tho best nuulity dec jc20-2w WM.JB. DIC? ?NIK0'1 I AVALISK, marked It. H. YounR.CIiirkwille.Tonn exehaimed between Atlanta and itiiii'oul.'ia.. f tlio bolder can return to M.nj, J. J. Beauchainp, Clint- ' tanoofra, Tonn., A." C. Wyly A Co., Atluntu, ortlit underslKned at UinRRold, (Ja., and the ono I hold will I be forwarded aa may bo directed. uecji-iw P.. P. GLENN. IIIAVR a Rood farm for sale containing (!00 acres, i and Lr0 acres in cultivntion. situated in a heaiitllul I and fertile valloy ono and a bull' miles from tlio K.T. j (1. Kailrond at Tyner's Depot, and nine nillrs bust of Cbultiiuoinra. It has on it a never-falling Cprlug of excellent mineral wutor. For particulars call ou dec30-ao Jt. N. VAUNKLL, , at Tyrior'e Depot. nKAl)!t;AKTI!llS, I McMlniivillo, December 25, r"iIIB Conacrlpt Camp at thin plane will ho moved m. w 1 (IJUkli-VIItu, lUMIIIjn.iru, 1,11 IliO 1111 Ifiiv. t- All enrolling unicorn aro required to report thero vfo t have heretofore reported at McMimiville. I Chairmen of Comity court aro rein I red to furnish to the Commandant of ConscriptH at Murfreeslmro ti: comnlfto list of the names of all Knrolllnir tillii-eni V from their aovere' coiiotlea and the district In wliW i they reside. A. W. CAMI'llKLL. f jal3 2w Col. Comd'fr Conscript Camp TAKEN UP AND committed to jail by tho military Buthnriticj at Ch&tlaiHMiga. on tho 3d of October, 1H;2,! more recently committed by an acting Justice of tli' Fence for tho county of Hamilton, 'J'eiin., 011 the I lib of December, IM',2, negro boy, calling bis mum J JOHN, and says lie kmonp to Win. Jouun, ot w!"' t iihla. Hald boy la bli') years old, 6 ieet 3i liuli'' high. The vwz: 'nt reouested to come loiww'l. f prove property, pay charges nni! take him out ol oecwj J. n. hvvai.UiJbii'ii, T11I3AKUUY DKPAKTMENTi C. H, A,, niehmotld, Deo. 2d,liii:2. J Interest to be FaidLon Interest-Bearing Treasury Notes. Jloldera of Interest bcnilng Tiensury Notes hereby notified tbut tho Interest which shall lie""' thereon on tho first dey of January next, 'will I PJ otthe TreiiNiiry or either or tho depositories ol w Treasury on brcHentntloii of tho rmies, accouijiaiiin1 by ft dear riii Uvo acliedule in duplicate, Higiicd C. O. MKMMINCKH, recrolary of 'liciifiiry Intel est 011 tho above described Notes will be l1 by Jesse ThomiiH, Depodtniy i.t tl.o Uuk of Tiiii'1' see t . hittuiioo;a. . J-l (10-1 nt fj:orREWAfitf W ILL VX paid by the undersigned, f' lht! t n..r m.in !!.M. Illdck OomnlcXl'"1 twenty four or live yeum old.fi feet S or 10 w-J high, 'lias a plain near In his luro head, an limicdirt In his upeceli, weiira whiskers, weigh about 1 1, iiounds.Bnd had on when bo left d.uk tK.tblii.ff bare bruded. hiuld hoy I purc.kiHrd ;f A. J. V 1"' : or t:liatt.iuoog,Tenn.,n the 271. I'' ' and lelt my pien.lwa on thonlgl.it of the I Mi Jj1 p, li;.l.. 'I ho above reward-win bo Riven "..... tli-t u-lll t.rlnir to mo. nt mv lioun 15 mllna rmf I Clmttttuooro, Hi" above liiwcnbed r.t-gro, or con""' .1(1 .1 I... t I .ml 1.1 III A ND put In Jail in Cl1.UU.1m.ga, niin.!lt.ii co"",, A l.' .st Tenn --Me, 011 tha 3d ,ly of Oeti.V.r, 1 iMi'iKD MA.V by Iho 11111111 of JOHN. bi longs to AVm. Jonew, or Moniphi, l'.nn. b.nldW .1. feet 31 hiehe, fJ "'"r" ' L L 1 1' E 2,' ' ii ' VL BN I FEE , I'llOliliCR liKAl.KP.H ANf miflmslON M l.OUt'll APJT Mi,ui'iii:.i:.;ii'iii')--Tr.f.'N, Oct. 2-nh. lsi'--ly yVmi'l SVbLIM Ji!..in- O Oili-iimi Syrup fir s:ile, by jnl-2w -1 - - " It. M.MVKI'1 VALUA2IE HCIJK r r y u t ) i 1 le ! t 1 r' i U1 t b ll U l( w . U 1 ; ti I' ! .1.1 V b t-J r.3 :: a,; mi w in. ' I,.