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THE "DAILY REBEL;
tr IVr"rit ordering Trnt Tttrt. by mall will ,l'lrv. In-nr in mind that we Vill iot receive any of Hie sh!iip);eters i(ncJ by the Alabama Insurance Companies,, nor those Issues private bankers Id Montgomery or rVwherty . Neither will we under- 'p.I.e to return iuluplaiti-is scot us. af-r Oh publi- -".icn of this eotifo. - - . $r Poisnni receiving htSr, XuitUera ncwpspers. will greatly oblige us by the use of them. The gon r-ral ft jr,tety on all bands. tohrathe Intent intelligence- from the cnciriy' conn try, and the alisolute scr vlee, which tie difM-nitnitl.m of inch information 1 calculated to nceotnplif-h, should ch!I to the attention of tlif)ij aloTj? tfio front of onr lino In Middle Tea nfw, the value of late Yankee joutaala.' We sre willing ta pay cr1, or thanks liberally for such fa? vors. ' . SA'l L JIDAV MORNlNaT M AITcU 7. lt C3. . THE SITUATION. . . ltio Homewhat remarkable coincidence . that t!io (iit, reported to havo ta en place bo tween General Vun Dorn's command and (he enemy, actually t amo off three days filcr the first jiunoiH which reached this placo. On Momhy pvenins wo received the first inte ligonce of ! signal victory near Franklin An a report wo published i!. On Tuesday confirmatory tidings reached ' us. These we iUo gave to (he public. On "Wednesday nn Thursday ,'thiro huu over the whole matter an ominous' silence, mud we bnrran to have lumo very strange- misgivings. , Hut 0:1 yesterday-tho entire eubjoct was cleared up. T!i5 fallowing dispatch did our , bus'tru'SH for ih, a it shown how Van Dorn and Forrest did tb.-.t of the enemy: , Ti'ix.wio.VA, March 6th. "To Col. 15. S..Evi:i.L, Chattanooga, Tciin.7 Tho enemy attacked Van Porn yesterday at .Thompson's Station, between Columbia at:t Franklin. Us droy Ihoni back handsomely n:H captured fivo ri'BinfNils of infantry, twen ty-t wo hundred officers nrd fhen. Our losi not yet reported. . ; . 3igned,J JliuxTON Braso, (3cn.. Commanding, Wo soe by the abovo riispnte.li tlint the fight which watt reported to hTiye occurred on Suu tlliy, did actually transpire, ou Wednesday; and that tbo results wero pretty much aa originally statod. - Wo hare tho following additional details' in a dispatch from Maj. C. St Sovcrson, a gillant officer and perfectly reliablo source of inform ation. It was receivod at C o'clock last ccu- lll'J Cott'Miui, March 6. Generals Forrest and Van Dorn ycatetday had on "engagement near TVnnlrlln. ("Jen. Ynn Dnrn ln oiiirlit nn t!o flp-lit in front, Ge;i. Forrest flanked in their rear, cap turing twcnty-lhrco hundred ptiHoners, and t cnt'flvo hundred small arms. Forrest af ter capturing tho prisoners pnrsuod the cue ,my, who at last accounts. wero in full retreat. Tho prisoners arrived -hero laat fi'ght. Our loss small. Maj. C. S, Sirtnios, a. . .v. . . Gen. Forrest's Staff. 1 ho tnoruhut this fight is very considerable It checks tho advanco of tho enemy in -an important direction. ' It encourages a large body !' f nh troops, who were engfed on our aid; auihas scattered an entire divison of Itosersns' army, ' . . ' Threo reusing 'cheers for Van Doin aud Forrest ! '','.,-. , - 1 ..-m m-. A late Cincinnti KiKjuiinr is lyin be foro us. We find some very plain talk ip its colums oditoriu),-nnl alao to six North western papers articles from which aro copied. ain to the. Enquirer ani hoaded "Popular movements for Peace ITio Opin ions of tho l'rena in all Parts of theoun try." Vo make nn rpitcmc of their con tents. Tho Detroit (Michigan) Freo Proas sayB: Mr. Lincoln's administration have under taken to do what no civilized government over succeeded in vhut Great Dritain, even Louis Napoleon, cr tho Csar of Russia, would not daro to. attempt t crush nud cxtcrmicMo ten wiillions of people, armed t;id united iu a causo which thsy Cdtccta that of their liberty, their homes and thoir honor The Coluinbus (Ohio) Statesman aya : There can c no rjiucvti9i ns to the fact thai r.t tTlis moment nt least seventy-fivo per cent, of tho people of Ohio uesiro peace nut tb-it they have any sympathy with the rebellion, or that thoy would not mako. any and every sacrifice- to' icnturo the Union but tooauso they are convinced that the im becility and corruption which prevails in hi;;h places, the perversion of. the tvar from tho lejMtimata object for which it was com menced, tho frequent anJ palpatio violation of the Corititutir-n by thtfu iu power, the jrroMs nKsniiltn upon tho liberty of tho citizen, n,1 lir ' bnndred other fl.iTari t abnri nmi . despotic praeticrs which prevail in all the ilcparti.KnU of governmcut, have led them 1o belicvo that at tho ra!o we ars hurrying on, our (Constitution an L'niuu feiel th grand and glorious form of -government -which our fathers gnvo us, will soon lo lot; nnd the oountry Ye fvrovf w i Irrctricvully ruined. TW thy ton (Ohio) Kplfe sayi: it is hrtrd to conoeivo of tho f;tf.at joy tV.fc fill animate and enliven the hearts of the peo ple when this CTueHUughter or Amencaoi by Ataencnng is coded : when ibe tasrtiaJ Katie of tho Utcftl fife nd ilrum h su pcrcc led by the sweet sod- of reec; lnr'?;T the m.rchof .rmic, trives war to themareb cf indtifitrv and cinlization : when f-nears y ' nlio'il Ka tnmA infn nrtliJn and . .u.-vv r.-w.0 , sword? into ploughshares, tod "the Goddess of Liberty , folding away forever the blood- sUined banner of civil war, wears upon ' her wounded boHom the healing olive-hranch or peace. - ThA Vnrt Wnrren TnrlA Rantinel ar: f j In view of the Rasters which attend our ,.. T). .V. .1 V...A. uu uW,m,, uu UCH.UU..U- uon 01 our nrn.y,ine uihscduods among ourjnrn day or ;wo 01 my aanjiiiiairiiion over ie cencrals. and tho detsrmination of Lincoln. t(. -.,.1 Trit..u a ut.aiii.i.uii uiju iiaiifiK u intiiui uiuvim McClellanorany'of his friends-or, in f.ct, .avlWaeeatinlUaowaeam, any J)cmocratic General who designs carry' iu"r on the war for' tho salvation of the Un- oir rather than t build nn tho aholifien . r .... . . r; rifirf v rfiiu unnnaiufiil v rirrmnir An ,..v j . v-..,,.-6 - - oampaigu, is it uot time to enquire if our national difficulties can not ho adjusted in some other way than W fMitin". Tho'Massion (Ohio) Sentinel- soys : - War can never restore this Union. Tht time when forco could have accomplished anything has passed. M long as the peo- pleplacc-d confidence in the integrity of the Admihistration, so long there waa 1 hope that the Government would he- able to maintain itself. .But that confidenco 13 Not one man in Isn in onr entire .1 ...... 1 1 r.. . army.orinrougnouiisonon-seccucuDiaics, now believes that the war ishe.ng conduced for tho preservation of the Union, Hardly any ons, savs those who are coining money out of tho nation s ealamity, has any conii'. dcncrin Mr. Lincoln or his advis.rs. uno universal cry ior peace goes .up irom r I r t evervhome. Four-fifths of the hrave men ' ; hn. A,; T1,n. .vA t II I ovoiuo union, mm are joyai iw 11, aai this war stopped; thoso who desire scpara- Tbo rir , , ife-blood of the nation ha3 been eapped vm mvm - w w , w W from it, and yet we hear the fanatics cry r wnr war and termination. The real enemies of thoJovernmcnt aro thoso who hato been loudest and most blatant for (ilnnirLte'r tbov arn t Vinsft 'whft hn- nnlir a . ,. ' ., 1, i monied interest in the war, and have madel no sacrifices of life, or property, or friends. Thcso men, having never felt the desolation incident to the loss of a son or brother en tho battlefield, anecr at tho weeping mother aud friends, and even accuse them of doubt- ul patriotism. Men write long war art.- clcsforpay; and when we seo a man in- ditior blood and thunder lcadei'8 for loyal - , . , f i i HaasuspuajwauiKuiHsiuKHiwiuaHiug ouder than his fellow for more live, we are ' I suro there is some consideration, some ray - " i i j at tno uouom oi it an. iueu in wgu places, drawing large salaries, can afford te damn tho rebels and denounce traitors in the North. . It is a pleasant thought for the closed and bolteu again, I worked then for soldier, toiling sad bleeding through strife half an hour uninterrupted, and then for re and storm, te hear of his neglected family : creation rose and pacod the room, unbolted the how the f atriots premised protection and , , . . jtMj j A.i bread to the wife and child, and cavo them . . D . .. none, 'llio bnvo Eiaa sUndiD": guard amid tho sleet 'and sno: of a winter night, or 0f half a million bread rioters, forcing a barri marehirJ to the death, and all the while tho Cado on ou a Parisian roulevarde. Some oue oyed ones at homo dying from want. ; Any obo who reads tko papers of New York, St. Louis and Cincinnati, will know that this is no fabrication, no picturo of peony. . " ti it tT Tho Iniaville Democrat say that mere la a growing couv.cuon mat me party FuwtI ilk "v w.ui.uu or dcairo to ancced ill putting down this re-l hellion. They intend to do all tho harm to the South that they can, in tho remnant of tiino loft thetn.aud then ackno ledge tho separation ""v," ... i . i ti i .i I y iu is means they hopo to hold power in tke remnant of tho Union. We Khali see. tT In. somo parts of Indiana, Illinois and all II t f a . I owa, a. busiici ana a nan oi corn, w:u tuy tut one pound of sugar, aud threo bushels of corn "Kever mind, about yor apologies, jist or a buahel of whent will buy ono pound f dariint, biit pay loo over the shmall till yet coffee. The price of labor has so increased owe me for the washing I did foryez.Cap a - -1 il.. . . 1 ft. . ' ii I lut ino corn crop on iiiouHanua oi iarmn w.n not pay tho cost of gathcritig and preparing for market. . c,V A late letter to tho Cincmiiati Cazctte says, tho' conlition of the Federal army of Middlo Tcnneaaeo cannot bo very hopeful or iromiaing; officer in tho greutrt abundance are said to be off on leave, and as for the sol dier's, w hy the hospitals nro stuffed with tfeem. tey fcmo ef out contemporaries are an nouncing the fact that Cas is a disinfectant against Bmall Fox. If that Is tho case the Inatl Rome malady will not interfere with the deliberations of Coiigre. B this season. Xm5" Some versos on Ti idt" have Looo at tjibutod to tho Abolition rmaiJetiL We do not know that "the Apo" Is a jet of tho Muses lftt thijik he would bo a derided feature in "Itanium's Jlttis-um." tr. Mr. M. A. ?dalb, cilisn cf Georgia, is about establishing a depot Iu Richmond, for th purchase and sale cta'l kions el presses, prir.t'rg tnaUrUli, tyj, U 'i, Vc, 5a short Jevcrytldrr; that tcW.rt tj t:.o a.'tr s crr;. My Hrw Chambers and Mf TlsJUra. it JOH.X HifM. - . w johx Him. r- . 1 .. - ' rcccu:Jy cjuiroa w fjuc " . l " . . ' ti..,. ., ' . t m-. r.wi.'i, 1 uccu 1 wijjs. iiuvv uw -uiw iu.v I .1, .! I !,.. t .nV.:. a m oiuu ivu lU, ,UJ J much annoyance, and not ..... Two Jays .go-before I came Lore the apart 'cre occuPieu VJ "P,,n ' Y: .i-i..r.....r r "r .1.- - lfa 1,,1 - - , : . .. . ... . . e . idistrieta. 1 unicrine 10 have oeen rinra cro . cmi8;deri n-,he nsinber of person who .. . . . ure caiie.1 to see mm amce be leu. or me aDarlments aforesaid, cnly one or twe persons 1 imnArl at- rlnnr anrt askeil for raotain Cur. -1 I j 1 i ta.n, but ever B.nee,"ltiem.mDer ot raps a; tuat entiauce-way .bafe been countless, and their name jegiort. Kow. I am a quiet man. A lover of tran- ' 7 , , , uiuoe. anua 1 : I ... . ' wiiguiuea mm, aa oecomea one 01 my jwi.anu whoaas witnessed the de.cl.ne and death of sixty golden summers. When I retire to my cozy quarters, and light my lamp of Terrebene I . m m m 1 W . . a 01,(1 rcc),"e UZIV ,n mjr mgn-uacKoa pivot- . ., , .. , reflection anJ pnir nf cigMW, Iike (o boIet her. alone. lam undisputed soveVrgi here, and only. Out in the buzy moncy-gettiug, war- talking world I am nobody. I have aright to my undisturbed meditations in my own castlo-and lftt to.be importuned with ton thousand oucrries a Iav for the whereabouts - ... fc (, j iaJ b j f pen. in , Jrt , had Jhre cpi8lIe9 ,0 pon for (1)ree Beperate periodicals-! a Bhort story to write for tb 1 Literary MesBen- cor a valedictory "composition" for an old inriA ' Inr inu leianila rl 1 A RAbA a annnnt in ........ a Foteges Album, an.l a bumllo of private correspondence to answer. I waa In the midst I rf n smart norrf tn fliA TniarvAntwn mi Ac trr I vl tm oiiiiai i 'j'vs vu uiw iivvs vumwu uvgwuu, , - . , , t j inftrira(ion which chained me to tho paper and j :n 1.1, . , .... I1UH I V 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 till JlBaU SB BIUUU1U1 L HID 1UI I 1C 1 ' , , , I moment. Just thon there camo a ghostly rap- ping at my door. , , j "Come- in." Au olongatod epecimon of the genius cava- lior entered. "Is Captin Curling in T" ' thoughts that I told hira "yes," and imraedi- . . ' . atel V correcting myself, said "no." , .. .. . . .,,'.,. The mairlooked incredulous as if doubting my sanity, aud evidently quertioning "Whether i meant ves or no. We eazed at each other Lon Canutes ho half in the door I at my ta- ble. Then he went out, and I rose and boIlodrJtt9 ""JearrW to Ucbmo nd. Ky., where afu-rsuf- the door. I had acarcely returned to tho table before another rap summoned mo. It waa a countryman this time. "Well," I said, "what doyouwishr ' ' .r,. . .nr,.. -i,.. .,'., : 'llrt.i t lrnnw him airl" I anul thiu vuitli rruen.! . , T i T t r . it atarkabie for ou. or his age, and bis lingeriog illness Iid? di?nitv.. thoucrh I feit mvself prowinfLi..in. Kf n m.-.u . , warm wJtn indignation. "Why he lives here, den't he?" "Not so far as heard from," and with that I mJ w cu ,rriUB" to the grate, tilted my heels again, and smoked , ' . : myself to sleep. T i,.ji...r ...:t.u was kicking at my door violently. ' "Well! well," I said, not rising from my chair "What do yoa want!" Voice from the outside evidently a female voice: iMiure its yerselt l ni alter Uapting Churtin. Let roe in now, thor's a dear." It ..,. t0 ihtlt r wa. n . in - dividoftl 0UgUt. Tll9 kll0ckcr woulJ rome1n j ,oI tad nE j0 , thBtlofjr -,.J ft rl.k!rlln onnte.nanced Iriah washerwoman sint.r.rl. "Shure ye aro no christian at all, Capting, don't yei know the flood book, says "knock I !. .1.1! I . .. 1 . . . .. . anu u enau oo oouneii unio rcz, ana Iiovcn 1 1 . , . ' ' ' . half hour t" . ' I Inaiatod that I had been eicrping and did bmw 1 a . J uu U1" . ting." !nrf There was r.o way to get rid of this woman but to li'iuidato tho bill in question a debt I am as innocent of having contracted as tha nian in the moon aud not until it was ent er tod would the old biddy depart. Abitjrt hour ago, a man came t-j tha door pened it noiselessly, walked, up to' the fire place, seated himself, and said good morn- 1 acknowledge'! the salute and proceeded with my epistolary dulieu. Iu about twenly minutes ho ventured au interrogatory "If it moat be a fair question, what business do you follor?" ' " r .'..',.; I told him J followed the quill driving busi ness, and dualt, Fharo for a Jiving, and occa Sioually mnrdered a few strangers by v.-ay of diversion, jaat to get " possession of their poektt books T ; k ' "Then you haint Uaptan Curtain t" he queried nervonely. "Isary Curtain! Ihd you ever hoar of " twilight's curtain VI naked. ft Ilebiirot. ' " Wall, ray friend," I continued, Vn ywl trji that Twilight let her certain down And pm'd it with itar.' ". ify Tisitor rose anJ moved to wtrJs th door , ranidlr. kocpinsc his eye Cd oa rue ail the o. Ho evMcutlj lhonght &u C6capcd lun.iic. lie stepped outride the door, thrust ..ndsaid : - If you hain't a goo. ' ri. -1.,, ,t,, 1 V i . , ftf a " -j ... mv Yaaf vii!tm The etrarger seeb I 119 n AS UJ I IRDI IBMVI ing these apartments way observe -upon my - h tho inscription - Small. ,',ox Hoanital." Nobo XT s I .r si v ill .la inA ouian-pw uwuu.vn ...v now, yerily, necesaity in the mother of in rent ion; r n r r. i.r... ;.. xr.;.!-.! a.:. vu r.n( tvl - I- lIumJev detailed on lecmiting mvice for . .(B rc;weilt il,0 Jjtli Goo. Ma. &-1L.Geii. Humphrey Marahall ai rived in I . . . .... ,..-. ? g.u.a.tra.n, n took rooms at the Ijmar Housci 3T IUO (lemoruiirmg eneci 01 mis war is . ... ; . ... t- .1 1 1 terno 0 10 c"iiicuJinaic. rvcn uio cukoib hito ,iv...w , 41 f0i;nn. !,-!,rar,i1i rrftm --,llf,r. . ? . tST A French woman, twnty-four years old, lmng. iic.velt lor grief, a lew days ago, I t . I m J " I because a pei pig aue love.. aw. Gen. Shields has been ordered' to the department cf the Facific no Q hrV h cago to San Francisco in eight henra." . from Chi" l&F If Napoleon really intouds to "mediate" he ought to make it ira -modiate. - obiiuaixi.. -t,. ,B,BhmoBd r.. -bouttLe lstof D.cember last, la the 13t .year of bis age, Fkakk w.stoi. r-o of Dr. J. E. PWnvn. of mens Ce. Thi nobis youth wai a member f Capt. B. II. He- Caa'a ta valry, tta;hed to lha 8th Confederate regi tnent.Gen'l Wheeler s Brigade, biviag eutered tba service in ioa un or jaei. lae writer or tbis oriel notice. remember well, how earaeellv Finsr nleml "wlthj1))ftttber, to allow him to eniutfor th. war. a But no argumeat cauld suppreu his loathful amM tlon, or meet his patriotic, ardor, hi. he-ari panted mrUh firm 1 iMn lita fllnwa. ATlt atJ in fVsn?nfr iltU hv.jh ia anJ hU birth, from the tyrants touch, aud the in- adc"fMt was told that he as oo your, and too saiall, that it woold be better to p irsno his studies i.. . 1 a one year more, ana toes join ina army . . lie repned ln tngngs M nutare as beaatlful, "now can I tBdy when my country is bleeding at svery pore." Uuable aaally.to cl.ee bis yourg dealrs lo meet the iw,a rawer yieiaca; ana mougu nitnscu overmres 1 . 'ea;eu"'reu SZ , " "on- I. A along in cuiriiHuicins in ariui, r bans whs greeny beloved, and popular with bis officers. Though rather small, h waa remarkable for being one of the finest ,M.M , ,K. fcnM ,mA, n. ... .w.. r,de ln l nre-eglmeut wnoa ourv cauea mm, anu uesiues pariicipaungin encaaemeata. be was in the mat camoaiirn into, and from Cehtucky. and was woainded in the retreat near Wild Cat. After teron dsys.hard Drhtlnr Bcticr Uen'' Wheeler, be was loft in the rear, and anb- L d heMM l tbe bloom of youth, f.r from fatho mother and aistor. Alas! how sad to his parenU after weeklcf doubt, of fear and of tope to hear that their only sob had aurely diedll-But it U the beat. Hehas goae from the "BvilU come." His devotion to bU Bible, his rellgioui training, his upright life, so re- . .. "... ' r ' give hope of bis eternal reit. Hay thoso of his family Who remain behind, strive to meet him, where tWe is no more death, no more war, uo more psrtinj. Bhelbyville.Tenn. Feb. 18CI. . V. C. B.C. " WAHTED TO RENT. "? ADOU8B, furnished or unfurnhhed. Apply at this office. .. KEU WAHTED. hire two able bodied IMTK wish lo hire two able bodied men. white, or ' black, to do night work at this cilice. OFFICE OP COMMANDANT OF CONSCRIPTS, luoxville,Msrch3d,lVu3. - Enrolling officers will uot turn over to omcors from Us army in recruiting service any conscripts collat ed at the place of rendezvous wben a eouutv is cailnj out, nor will they turn over to such otllcsrs any nn- scnpvS wnicn lusv may, at any lime arrest,' but wilJ send all such men to the Camp of lastriiction, to be distributed among the different regiments. Enrolling ouicers ar lurtberduectsd not to respect any certiutsits oi empioyraeai in ilia Mitre service Irom Capmin T. J. Finnie besting date subsequent to tho Uih of January, 104. All persons employed in asm service aince me i'jin or January, must ruve reg alar deta.l papers from tbis cflice. By yrder ol marT3w Lt.Col.E.D. BLAKK, Commaadant of Consurlpts. LCUIPPED on tba lsth of December troa. Cliallanoo. m Bswurirrcoro,asraau dot, aiiout 12 ly Zt mcur., ruuiMiiiiug tuuius uonneis, bats, eic , and marked "Capt. Hsrvy," which was never receli-d. A liboral reward wflf be raid lor its delivery at this oce. Imar7t fiakus roa sale7 rpWa good aecoud band Pianos for sla by Corumlnalon Merchaat. LEATHER WANIE3. PERSONS having Bole.Vpper iid assess leather, can ostain good prices, on apj lication to mar7-y. J.H. WILLY. Curnininsioa Merchant. cheap shoes. PHlTi P'1" fr'11 Tle"' freh stock, f.tr sn! Ion wUJ by j.h, WILLY,' wayTstf Commission Uercliaut. ' i. Carriage, Thatan aud JDogfy, pGSEE gos. second band t ehkles, lor sale y J. sni'lit J. it. WJL.LY. C'owmlHslon Mercban'. ; ' FCH SALE, . T ." AflKK dd! and barons Horse, years .'d, spirited and'gsited. For sale by rusjl 7U J.U.WILLY. Commission Merr limit. : . C55C3 TJr.IE;EE MOUEY. ri'liK, aisve wranint In notes, of the old banks-fur X isle by J. II. WILLY. D r7 If ComreUukio Msrchint. .WuasTiasfasraa a I.'riSTn.T, I l.'bettasoiira. t't-t. U. liw'J. I CITIZKN'H are B"'ifl..rl tt,i tht-.y in sxpfrtrd to re port to ?) I 'out (jLirui(itr !! tiny mules aud horv4ta la Uiis vidusvv, ltd are rruc4 at to trails for Ufiwnmunt pmiHiiy of aoy kind, as their c!im will " bs renpocwrt, onii U's pr iperty lu Uo tor. li,' nd bra jf With a "C. ' IsblMia . B. F.JONF-, 4. & Toiity m. EXTENSIVE CATALOGUE SALE IJIPORTIID GOO I S . D. JI Ai nn, JACOBI2 CO ATLANTA, GI!0 HuIA. " at Tuesday, the lOtlx of Haich, 1FC3. , J. JACOBE,Aaclione-r. SCOO ysrds elegant Lswn, 2000 yards mourning MuBiin, 6000 yards Kngllxh Ctilicnes, lOOoO yards Pleached ISheeticg, 6000 yards Rleached Pbirtlnff, " . 4 raes Bleached Shirting, 1 case Bleached fihlrtinsr, 1000 yards rlaln and dotted Swiss Muslin, 3 cases plaid Ginghams, . 1000 yards elegant Cassemerts, ' 4 cases regatta Ca.wraeres, VO00 yards fancy Flannel, 1000 yards white and red Flannel, 1 casa plain and black Wool do Laine, 500 doien catton Ilandkcrrbiefo. 300 down Linen Cambrio Handkerchiefs, fiOO dozen Merino Half Hose, t JOOdczen ladies F.ngllsh White Hose, 100 dozen Iadics Expansion Shirts, 1000 dizi;u West head 'JU0 yards Simjoi Cottoa, lllOOdnzt'O Brooks 200 yards Spool Cotton, black IfiOO llvvl'atent Tbreadln Spools and Bkeius, 100 lls Black Sewing Riik, - . (100 dozen Horn Fine Combs, 300 dozen Ivory and (iutta Terelia Combs, fiO Tooth Brushes. 60 (.f t. Tooth Brollies, . 100 Crimen lancy over Fi'lrts. 100 doa. Shirt 100 Cassimrrn and Flnne! Shirts. 100 " hhlrts, 100 dozeu. llerinoand Shetland Undershirts, 100 down Werino and Shetland Drawers, 1000 lbs Kn;lixh Sbi.e Thread, 1000 lbs, 100 Oil Cloth Over Coats, . 600 yards Irih Linen, 20 dozen Siupenders, A fine lot of Millenery Goods, " .100 pairs Ladies and Misses fjaitcia, . Boots and Shoes, - . 600 Reams Commercial Note Paper. 10 Sack Liverpool Halt. . 15 Sacks All Spice, ' SliblsUlsuberPaits, 600 pairs White Linen PautH, yiMJ pairs CaMsimere Punts, 100 heavy Over Coiits, 200 line CasiKiere Coats, . 100 blatk Frock Coats, A fine assortmei.t of VcmIj, 2000 lbs Smoking Tobacco, ' ?00 boxes Tobacco, . 200 boxes tandoti Uock Brandy, 100 boxes tlno Champaicne, 10000 In'porli d Havana Segal's. 600 lha Iiifle Powder, ' 100 Carpet Bhk,' Aud quite a nnmtiei' sif otln'r goods I o iiiimerous to mention: Catalognes at Pals BSonis. Sales Positive. Terms Cash. mail IdHj fo" Shoemakers and Leather Finishers. tf COOD SHOEMAKERS, and a few Leather 171 Dresser, can And employment in tho t.ov- ernment Shoe Factory at Atlanta, tin., under tho di rection of the undersigned. None but eood hands need apply. Those furni.ii'liig their own tool wilL have preference. Soldiers ilesiiing to work In this entnblishment must procure their own Mails irom tnoir commanu ing ollicers. C. W. CUNNINGHAM, iebl8-lm Major & Oin. M. J. HUOHES, Attorney at I.nw, Claim Acnt unit Nolaty Pul.ltr, RICHMOND -VA. C1LAIKi ol every description again the Cotilcde J rate Government settled wit Ii accuracy and dis patch. Attends all the Confederate States courts held Iu the cil of Richmond. Address Box 11C0. Jan22-ly . Sugar, Coffee fend Bait. FOR sale ly feV'.9-tf J. 11. WILLY. VIRGINIA EALT. . I HAVE a small lot of Vlrelnia Bait, wt.lch I keep on hand coustuntlv at 25 rts.pir. iDj., atHwicks old stand. M. BRADT. Jany. 77-?m NOTICE, s DELINQUENT Tax Payers lor the State and Coun ty 'faxes otlHCi, In tbo .Chattanooga District, will can ana iay vus ranio wunnui oeiay to vooo r, Loog, at the Recording oftlce, who is authorized to receipt for the same. febl. T. 1" liAUUKNHIHE, ' Tax Collector, HarhtlUin Co. FOE BALE. . , A LIKELY Negro Boy, 21 years of ave. Eneuire i. of Ieb20dt( D.KAYLOU " TOBACCO." JHAVE, and will always keep on hand a large amount well assorted stock of Va. uod N. O. Tobsccoes, of all aorts andgrades.nhkh 1 tfler for sale U retailors or suttleis, at a low pilce,st Swkk'i old stand, opposlto the Presbyterian Church Jany. 27 2m M BRADT. $30,000.00 TO EXCHANGE. 'I'llIKTV TUOI SANOIJOLI.AUB . IN CEOilGIA TREASUItr NOTE3 POH CONFED at money, at current rates. Apply at Tunnell Hill, Ga.,to t J. K.HHELL. marl lm FiYIl'IItVILI.K. Tsnnkhskk, Fehrunry 18, 1k3 ENROLLING cfTicers In the Unto nf Tcnnesnee, i will at once enrollaa conscripts, ill oClcera in their respective dlHtrlcts, who msy be absent wlthont lsve Irom (litlr commands. The enrolling officers In Middlo Tinuesiee, will send dtneriptive rolls of the officers so enrolled to the .'omuiaiit!aiit of Camp of Instruction, at Kayettevtre, Tennessee. The ruroll. big ofllcers !n pjint TeuiiCHsee, will send similar d'1 rriptlve rolls to the commandant of conscripts, a Knoxvllle, Tennessee. K.D.BLAKE, Lt. Col. C. 6. A'., . .fobSl w Comd t or Con. tor Temteswe. t Kant Tcuneewe papers copy four weeks. WAHTED. . A GOOD, sound, substitute; not subject to con - acrlnlinn: a tut viiulli of III lllerril- f, .r nan. tieolars, ennniri oi Mr. Gentry, wstchm&a it E. T.U. 1, u .... , it. iryvi. iinar-ni-i . TANKERS' OIL. 1( DWs Tanners' Oil, (a good 'article fir mle. lJ Address, BiAtK, DOWDY A Co,, (b2..2vr , . ,r. . j. Daitou.ti. " ' FINAL AND LAST CALL. ALL tlrose indcbled to the subscriber, by Judgments, nots w account, if paid between this time, end the ilmtol May. can pay fu ahlnplastera all who full to tuske payment aanlsst that time, will find their tlslmsin lbs JiHinls ofnn oflicer. for collect ion i after which lime, nothing but a Irgsl tender will be tp. Cflved. . . - ' ' . ' E. A. CLASH. mar3 2m -.. . Lot tni Railroad Etotk for Ealo BY virtue .of a decree of iT.e Chancery rourt at CbaV Uinsma, mads at the January term, lfir.j, in the csso of John U. Glass Ipslnst John W. White and MkT I III r n 1 1,. Vl I. .1 . . I I. ..... ...... ........ Mil Jf iuiu, JPl.JljfleU OU :i it scFlbed b.l of land, lying within the corporals builts of tho ti.ty of Cbstuuioiifra, towlts Ihyiunliis at a stako standing on a line 20 fut ronth 20 dr- we"l K. V'.. ii " . K V"1 r rr,"rt "f nmi sold :J0fe..t.thPnrN. V0 A . W. 1.,.. it. thrnee V lo dii. W. 270 feet to the beKlor.inK. ,,,nrmB 'V. H i win tiKiHf ill a roiirl iuinu .1..- I. of aiattanoojra, at , ublio ouU' a rrrctit of su in m'.l.s, srrcra su in viUll; a, shiin n of UKk in tli r i .n vai;.-y luilreail. iwnaswlih ar'urord r( nrit ,m i. ...... t,,. tus purchase muuer n. J. BTAN'Uli'LIL 1'1'k A M. Ii4-4W -EUlSTITUTia WANTED. fPaTOth u!il dolisrsfach, win , paid for X a'es.'y, ah I ba.'lrtl nin. it f-..t .!. in cn. ' ymrs cf m. Apply la piMt n. elr t "-'-i t? J. II. Wil.i.r. Clataitaoga, Teun. . 1RRV & irtnv. LYnomuKa. vmaiKiA, . .. tihNiiRAL COMMISSION MKnCJlAXTU AdJ Arren', lor the sale of r.cw Orleans Ruer and Holasao. Msuictri4 aud Smokiua: 1'cba'co. - We Invite Bttentln to onr market as tx-iutr tint (I.eupeH for tobacco in the State, with pieut advan tage in shipping to iutn or inorchnnti. ueci:n. ;tateoptennek-e.i MatnilU-B Count v. ( The insolvency cf the FUteol Wm. Slone.Jec'd, laving been sngg-sted, all persona having claims aaiiift hid Entate, a ill Sle -Ihem with tha Cieik of the county Court of said coun ty. iiiperly authenticated, withiu the time preset oy iuw,or int-y win ' "nrtver narr(. eb21w . PLTLU MONGER, , ' , Adminiftretor of .' wH, stonk. JVH-'d. ' STATE OF TENNESSEE. Wn i fix Johxson and ethers. . . . VfC - ' ' ili.ointH A. Covin, ti vl. In Chancery at lluiianii. , IT appearing that the defendant Charles C. McCuMe is a non m-ldentof theStnlo 6f Tennessee, so that the ordinary rroccis of the Court canuot be rcrv-d ou him. - , It is therefore ordered that iiiblieatlon bo riinde week'y for four weeks, ia tbo "Rebel," a news paper pnblisiied iu tbo city of Chattanooga, reimiring t-aid ueionuuni to appear at a iiiaueery court, to i ueiu at ilia court bouse in Harrison, on. tho so'ond Mo'ulay of June next, and answrr couiplaihants' bill, or judR. Hient pro rrmftuM will be eutered against him, aud the cay Kct fur hearing n jxfrie. 11.11. 30VES, fi'bLMw . . Cl'k&M. STATE OF TENNESSEE. Wii.mam CarrrnnFi n. vs. Wii.i.um Stokk's Adin'a Widow, heirs and ot'-icri, ' Int'haneery nt llnrrlson. IT Appearing that the ds'lrrdant Mitchell M. Stone', has absconded from the State of Tennessee, so that ibe ordinnry proems of tic Cvcrt cannot bo snrved cn him. It is therefore ordered Hint publirattnu be niadelweeklv for four weeks, in the "llebol.'la riewKpRMr piiliiisli. ed in thCBity of Chntt.iwiojn, requiring paid defend. ant to anpear at a Chancery Court to be 4eld at the eon it bouNo iu Harrison, on the oond Mouiisv of Juno next, and answer complainant's bill, or judtf-' tneiit.jwn mvfissn Will be enlurcd against him, and the cnuw set lor hearing e.zjmile. H. U. j(LEH, li'lil.-4W CI ft & M. CENTEAL HOUSE. nAIIMERS bringing to maiket Euttcr, Ers. and I vep tables, Ciir find a redv market nt the hoim, Chatienooutt. Feb. 12. llCtill 'Alrt!OLt,, - s . Priipriet.ir. Lookcnt Mountain Property for Sale. IOEFKHforsalo the above property belonging to H. W. Von Aldeholf, and u'ed by him tor several vears as a iMiKruinir School, mid nidrn tvepntlu n. llotel. It contains two lare two-story buildlnifs and Seventy rooms Therrfund. eimtaliiinsr eitht acres. embraces I ningnllicciit Spring of never failing, pure, free stone water within a cave, arid a line watcr-tnll Iu the latter: also a lare Htiiblc, Kitchen, iioro bouse, Kmokehcuse, Vc. - , As the Mountain is a fuvor'te place' for munmur re port, and will undoubtedly becomo much mmfl so, tins property , being tee only one possessing an aonn dantBunnlv of wafer witliln convenient reach, is Justly considered one of the mont valuable ol the kind, Jaiij J. R. WILLY. IIABEOIllNQ DESERTERS. IIHAPO,CABTniS DKr-ABTJIKVT No. 2, No. 2, 5 INSTKCTOR UKNRRAL 8 Ol'FlCl, Tnllnhoma, Teon. Feb. 11th I8G3 THE General Commanding this Department, learns with regret, that tlieie are in Tennessee, a mm ber of evil disposed persons who, instead of contrlbn-1 ting to the freeing our country irom Abolition inva sion.are incitma thot.e wbo are, to the d'H'rr&colul crime Of desertion, and harboring them. All persons w.tlim the limit of this department, aro nolilicd that the penalty of such offence is heath, and ibe strict-. est efforts will be made to detect, thuro who incite sob diers to desert, or who may harbor thoso, who have deserted, and summary punishment applied in every insiance. j. r, juwra, a. l. uen'i. febl5-lm . Department No. 2. tr Hebel Uaunrr corv one month, and aond bill ta this office. Confederate Chairs. 1 A DOZEN split boltom CbMrs for salo by I" fehlt)-tf J. II. WILLY. I.VNC'liniTRG, VA. , . staples'Tdillahd. rnHE senior partner has asiielnted Mr. IMT.'Dil. X isnl Willi Him inMs liKNLKAL COMMISSION HOUSE, it the old stand ot KUnles ft Anderaon.aad solicits consignments of FuRiir, WolaKses, Cotton Merchandise and Produce centrally. To sell cm. diico at behest market rut s- attend In prpen o weights and delivery, and ncnd account aules and rhocks at onoo. is the old established rule of this House It bin answered an extended pntn nsgo which 30 years' r vperienco with tins market, and our ' present Incrcewd fuclllties, prepares us la aiei.t with our Oiun! promptness. . . Liberal avsnces on any amount cf Trodace In hand. Alwav onlhaml a heavy stock of Manufactured and.Kmrklng TOHACCO, warranUd as rejirescntod and as low 'as can be had in Virginia. JunI7 6m STAPLES & DILLARD. . . TAKEN UP AND committed to Jail by the military authorities at Chattanooga, on the 3d of October, 18t2, and hioro recently committed by an acting JuHIca of the Peace (prtbe county of Hauuliton, Tenn., on the l!HU. of Dccerols r, Hsr.2, a negro bey, veiling Lis tmrae JOHN, and lajs he belonrs to Wm. Jones, of Mem phis, bald boy Is black, 20 years old, 6 twt 34 inches thigh. The iwnrr is rctiui'sled to come lorwaid, preys property, pay cliaige and tike bim out ol Jail. ' dc2 . . ' J. II. bWAlM.Jailu. FARM AND HESIDENCEFOlTiiir IOKFEItforaalo my farm and rei,ldenw, located H H'1'cs fn.in Lafayette, tbo county sent of Wab krrCo..(ia., and 184 miles from the W.& A. Iluilrond. There are three bundled ac.rei,on hundred and fi.rly vleard, fenced ind ready for plartlng, tbo balance well timbered.. There is a nest framtd dwelling Willi six rooms. arnl out houses complete. Tho. l am Is a larpo' framed building, with a good running prar at tached, for driving Tlroher and (V.iU.n Gin. The stablPB are new framed buildings, wiih cow and sheep ahi'ds complete, aud in good repnlr. There Is a good vegefablf gaiden, aud a fine orchard of choice apples,reachr and. penrs, wlfb a ebb ice variety ul grnoesle. The pises is Weil watered with rprlng and well, conveniently located. Tho location Is us healthy is can lie found any where. Any one wialiiug further pn'tlcnlnrs, will apply Imti.ediately to fubiO-lm ., E. W, LUCSKI.L, ; - ' J-aFsyi ttc, Oa. RAN AM' AY frcm tl.e ubcfil ir i t or Treulcn jMdn coLn'y l, a., era tbo IZ'li !ay ef 1'eby ( Inst.) niy riirtru L-iy t.arord Jerry, frald boy Is alien 6 feel, 6 Inches 1. i K i . ell,S IjO JM-, Mll. Cheek wmea. thkk lips, color, very blsci. I will pay Hi tor the Sj'pieherjdloii and duJIverv ot Mld boy lo i(,o or l(M!;;rJ j Tientun jil,o thai I get blm, and If Said wy Is caught without the limits o I said muity, a nd delivsrcj Kt or Judged In Jsll an tl.at I pek bim, will py fifty dollars. - U. liUOCK. fchlti-tf, ' , . City Property for Sale. rPnr!!'I" houses and h.'.i In tho city ol Chattanooga,' J- lur sale by . , ft'MO'tf - J. IT. WILLY. Ker; Eicon and Salt! ' A FEW bnndrej pot,." fuoilfy cured Daw3. 30 ssclts Virginia Anil, lor ! by lebLMf. 'j. U. WLLY. , cxrr.TAXca. r. HMlE Ta'a payers trill p'easo rsllat the recorder' X c.fik.0 sinl aits in thf.r pn-puty aud jiol's, for city s, fur the j lesrit ysr. f'oblO-lm JOiiN P. LONG, RftfordT. r E03THERU EaHOTES,"' ' GEORGIA TREASURY XOTZ, jvo. r.er:N swrju WILLY.