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THE JUILY REBEL.
$W Tkiddi crdorinj Tm Rbsxl by mall will plrwe bear, la rr.inJtLat we will not receive any of ' tho ablnplMters lied by the Alabama Insurance Companies, cr fiose Issued by private tinkers la Montgomery or elsewhere. Neither U1 we under take to return abirtplast' sent us, after the pub!--cttjob. of tlii notice. ' . ' W rernoni receiving late Noitbera newspapers, w 111 greatly oblige ua by the use of them. The gen eral a xlety n all bands, to bra the latent ir.telli gencs ftom the enemy's coon try, and the absolute ser vice, which the dUeerulnalion of such Information It 1 calmly.td In scccEpl'.sh, "ll t the attention f thca!onjr tke front of our line InMlddle Tea- n , v. . t i , 7 ;,t .egged cavalry boots, with donble soles von. ' SUNDAT MORNING, MARCH 8. 18C3. The ;Coafodcrntc8 aro at thia moment everywhere on the defensive. It is the -.attitude they assumed in the outset of the War, and have waietained fiincc. It seems tt be the ' policy of the war administrators to continue it" perhaps, from an inability to change it U'tn aggressive one perhaps, from oonsldcratisDs of far-sighted prudence Let os slightly prick the official thought upon this subject. The spring opens apace, and its 'work is pressing, Tho fields spread oat befire us for occupation and culture. Tc aro belcigurcd at thrco principal noiatfli Tko coast and the river are 60 fiituitea tsat we cannot, is to them, change otr pelisY. , t7o possess iho mountains, and, 1 m ' . . ' ..I ,1 li it fvi, ireia memo w.iusv iue up hid 'line of aggregate march. .Shall wo doit? ijy all 'raea'tiH, is oar answer. Iuis the shortest route the only route to supplies of bread sad meat. This is not lightly said. The antkoritics ought to know this ns well as we,' They do know it, if they know their business, nd . of this wo make no qiestioi. ' This is one very great and suSi cicet reasot to aggress from the prcHcnt sland-point. Qv K. IX . Another: it is the shortest route to peace peace in tccOrianco with the universal wiih, and consistently with our honor and territorial mtcKnty. He must recover what w have lost.' A simple repulse of the feo's advance determines nothing, except that the opposing forces are. practically cqsal; and the war see-saws upon an im movable fulcrum. ; Tho recovery of our lost ground and Ihero is several square miles of itnot only turns tho scalo of the war, but pttt at rent forever tho absurd notion of tho possibility of subjugating the South. y want tho mind of mankind taught this lesson wo want especially the puhlio mind of tho pcoplo of tho United States thorough ly satisfied ; on , this point." This dono by practical demonstration, by nn overwhelm ing advaljcc, hyti'erc-;6ccupation .of our lost territory,-by the 're-cstabJishmcnt of i)ur jurisdiction and that through tho 'defeat of any and every opposing obstacle, we shal havo recognition from'abroad, wo shall havo a scat ut the' board of, tho family of nations, we shall bavo a . "peace party" at tho North which wiirko powerful and pre ' vailing. . . . . And why not sdvuuco? why not' aggress so far aa to the recovery of, our own ? Wc moan from tho' mountain. Hue of our great: centro forward. Sny not to tho world that wo aro .unable. u.NWcnnnot more than do- fend oa the river and coast. With all our other disposable forco, hurled forward tith something of tho" speed and impetuosity of ono of NapoloonV campaigns, and cf winch we arc capable fully capable in all respects, what . may we not, aooemplish I Give us, exclusively for this purposo, ihe General who is present with us; givo us tho army which ran bo furnished, and then, l'ORWAUft col umns 1 . W o repeat, why not ? Shall wc pamo to consider tho moral cffect,'ftnd tho .' physical effect of such a campaign f Shall wo be met with the ounscla of the ftYcr-cantious, and with the distrusts of the' timid t Survey tho ground and point its wenkness nay, grap and np prcciat? its strength. Act, upon it at once, promptly, .earnestly, and. with a detcrmin ution' that it tthall bo succcspful, and it will - ; (Consider tho result of tho contrary course la it alsoliiUy certain that you can always defend BticcesRlully ( Vas it aouo ni ion clson, at Now Orleans, at Inland No. 10, at Corinth, even at Mtrfrcasboro ? ' Let your rcsouiees dwindle, let your armies bo ever on tho retreat, let your territory to' over- run, let whole States groan under tho tr! umplmnt heel of the eonqtirror, let your enemy prrsont to tho world tho spectacle of a cetis'lnnt advance, nai then let mankind make nn its otiinion. It in not difficult to rant the result. v J efnP K BfC Doctor OibbeH, of the Colombia South (Vrfi,Uv viii in Richmond lait week. Tfc object of his visit Is t perfect tho orania tien ef the Asuoehtcd I'rosi ff the Confod eralo Plains, of which ho wi elected Prcsi dent by the ( nvaution of editors, which to (ently asaoiablod at Anoints.? nd to carry into effect tho plaiis aprcejl tipon l.y tne c.m vemiea for premolar, the eflieiency of tso tlorai'tic nawa ytem. BY GEAra-TDIE AUD 0TH11WIS1 OT CITS Of THE IMV. CaimNoooi Ratarday Evening, I P. M, The rain lias got to be a chronic thing in this net! ion. Nevertheless it interferes little with the wires. I.n underground dispatch reached me abont ai Lour ago, of several Baltimore" beatifies erasing the blockade on theinvay South to join their husbands and brothers and sweet-hearts, may-be. One Lidy had Eovcn pairs of gaiters, five pairs of loots, five pairs morocco slippers, three pairs of dancing slippers of white kid, feur pairs of ir,j;a ra,ber overbhocs, and a pair of ftl'e long- studded with good spikes, boels tapped with I shoos of iron, and tops splendidly ornamented willi an abun laj.co of patch work of waxed ends on a ground-work of palent leath' llIInur nltnilt fliAOA Mndaln' ' btiiI (Via icr, said tho officer as he politely insinuated tho cavalry into her astonished gazo; if you will put them on and wear them on your trip to Richmond, you can take thern, but they can go with you under no other circumstances." "Dono I'll do it," said the heroine, and grasping the heavy leather in her hands, sho retirod behind tho friendly crinoline of a group of sympathizers, and pulling ber pretty feot gaiters and all into the depths of that monstrous foot harness, re turned and awkwardly displayed theni.double- eascd to' the gaping eyes of tho tln'i time as- tonished official. lie kept his word. These hoots wont to somebody in tho Confederate nrruy. ' ' . The last dispatch I received from my aboli lion fiii'njrt up Neith, was to tho effect that tho ''Cook Rambling Affair" is waling con siderable excitement up about Cleveland, and ias led to somo important disclosures in the affairs of tho "sporting fraternity." Cook was a quartermaster in the Yankeo army; went In to ' 'Fight ihe Furious Tiger," at tho rooms of ono Conlisk, who succeeded is fleecing his visitor out of several thousands of the Government's Greenback's. Conlisk's rooms were en tho third floor of Parson's block, well-known to every Southern "fast," who temcmbora Cleveland, aiid "famous resorts," ' and in tho apartments where the gambling Was dono, were a sitting-room and bod-room. The sitting-room was turnished in ihe usual manner, and had a fare-table noar the windows, and a draw ,'pokor tablo in the center of tho' room, with chairs placed to each. Tho walla and coiling of tho room papered, with whito paper of star pattern. A portion of this flooring has been removod inhorooa immediately over tho gambling room, and a f inall holo bored through the ceiling of tho room below, abovo each of the tikblcgv As tho holes come directly through tho center of a star pattern in tho paper, thfay aje scarcely distinguishable from below. Kirch hole is so placed as to enable a poison applying his eyes to it, V look directly in the hand of tho player seated in tko chair bolow. An ingenious telegraphia signal machine was. discovered communicating; betweon those holes in tho room abovo and the chair ef the guoiblcr in the room below. A wire, having a handle near tko holo, passed along between tho flooring of the room above and the ceiling of the room boltw to the comer of tho gam bling room and bedroom. It eutors tho bed room and passes down in tho corner, boing concealed by a strip of board nailed' up and papered over. It then passes undor tho floor f tho gambling reom to tho table, "where a mail picco of tho flooring lias boon ht away oloso by the tablo leg, where tho left" foot of tho gambler would bo placed while flaying. Thcro it terminates in a spnn; and hammer, concealed by tho carpet. Tho method of working this invention ier robbing by machinery seems to have been as fnljowa : Tho victim to bo operated on finds two chairs drawn up to the tjublo. In eno of thoso tho gaming thief seats hinmelf at onco, placing bis foot over the telegraph hammer. Tho victim is ebligcd to' take the othor, which is placed in a proper position for playing. The gambler's accomplico in tho room above tittcheH himself on a muttraBs, with his eye at the peep-hole, and ono hand grasping the telegraph handle. The holo is s placod that 10 can look directly dowa itito the hand of hie victim. ' AS soon as ho bccs tho cards ho telegraphs their description, according to an arranged cede of signals, by pulling tho handle wheu tho hammer strikes the number of rapB en the elo of the gambler's boot or slipper; the s innd being wullled by the carpot. Of courso, it iB easy to seo that the man who sits down te piny with such a gambler is' robbod as surely, completely aid systematically as if he had been bound hand and foot and delivored over to Iho hij;hrvuvmau. Resignation op Gen." Toovns. Tho Rich niond Kxanuner of tho 3d msl., learns, "on undoubted uutlu ritv. that Gen. Toombs has tendered tho resignation of his commission to Iho President." It also states that "it is not positively known what inotivo Induced this Hlrp,but it is said it is owing to a disappoint ment of his military aspirations. Gon. Toombs claiming that if ho was not worthy of promo tlon, he would resign in favor of soaio ono who was. 'Others say .that hi resignation Jias a political bearing, and that he will bo brought toward as a candidato for tho lioxt Governor ol Georgia." sin-Brigadier Gen. John C. Vaughn, is an nounced upon tho authority of Lis Irieudo in Monroo county, as it candidate for Congress at the nffxt election. Tks telegraph CH the fooiisk uea trvct'vn of the InJ!:rIa "a toed joke." Ml k.j havo hoen, I nt wo elon't" take." TCXXESSKKAtS IV MISSISSIPPI. Corr?iiondeDC of the Htbel Pclasxi.Tzkn.. MaichJ.lSSl 1 believe teat yxi at all times welcome account 6) Middle Tcunescns, la thin war. Therefore, I have concluded that an account of tae (Jolngs.of tho Sd Tenuessee, since Its exchange on the 23d ofScptem. ber 1IC2, would iuterent your numeroui reader. We dreirourarnMontseday that Oaa'a Price ens Van, dorn were.defeatcd at Corinth, and were Immediately ordered to OoIIy Springs, thcuthe point of concentre tion of the broken fragments of its brave army that bad been unfortioately led against the Yankee strong, hold. From the Sth of October, nptll th 2JVh of De. center, we were in all the heavy marches aDdretrcata that took place In North Mississippi, and near all the time without tenU or nhelter. When' It became appa. rant that Vicksburg wold be attacked, ouf brigade wan, ordcied (bere.connHipg of tbe-Hd, 10th, SOth, 4lst 50th and JUt regiments, aud 1st Tebueiace battalion, commHndudby Brig. Gen. Jao. Gregg, of Texas, a biave and chivalrous officer. We arrived at Vict burg on the 2G'h, and on the 29th, went out to meet the enemy. Jioue came in sight that day, though they were shelling the woods ail day. On the 13th they brought their batteries in unge of us, and shelled us from 4 o'clock in the mogilng, until 8 at night tnelr Infantry not coming np all day. This is the most uu pleasant of all positions thai soldiers can occupy, that ot being in range of artillery, and not have the chance to ude small arms. About 1 o'clock on the night of the 28th, that gal lant officer, Gen. Stephen D. Lee, discovered that the enemy were concentrating his whole force, excepting Hbaip shooters, oh the extreme right of our position And he sent to Gen. Gregg, for his best regiment, he scut the 3d and' SOth, Tennessee, then consolidited' cotialhtlng of about 175 men of the 30th, and SOO of the Jd. We arrived ju before day, and were thrown on the Kudt Hide of Chickasaw Bayou, a sheet of wa ter that ran at light auglos withour position, at the foot of the bluff. The enemy occupying the bottom in front of us. We held this po.nltiun and skirmished with the enemy until 11 o'clock, at which time Gea. Lee discovered the enemy was massiug bis forces tor a furious at(ault on tbo Went sido of the Bayo. lie immediately ordered the 3d aud 30tb to the exposed positions. They motived uudcr one if the most tern ble artillery tires ever heard, it seemed that the air was filled with misHilMof death, Uyiug la every di- rectioft. They airivod la time to meet the charge of i regimeaia of Yankees, made la gallant style. Tbo 3d and 30th Tennesie, bclJ the favored position, under tho command of that brave, kind and chivalrous offl cer Lieut. Col. Calviu J. Clark. . Ou they came, through an open field, with a perfect yell our men lying down In the road answered them with a yell, aud a perfect sheet of Mluiu balls. They at first stag gered, but their officers rallied them, and ou the came, looking as if they would carry every thing be fore thera. Hut the brave Teunemeeana never ceased to pour their fire into them, and when they canto in range of the old muskets, which a majority of us were armed with, it seemed that they vAe literally lifted from oil the earth. No men cao stand tho buck and ball, at close range. - From li o'clock, uutill 1, the firing was perfectly terrific, at the end of that time, tho Yaukees broke and fled iu every direction, The Federal account of the battle ejys that wo had forty thousand men; we did have the, 3d and 30th Tennessee, bupported by the' gallant ZStU Louisiana, and two batteries of artillery. Tbo visible fruits of tho victo ry wcro five stand of colors, 200Vstand of email arms, SOO prisoners, and 100 dead and wounded Yaneca. Wu poifcotly annihilated the 29th Missouri, 31st Mis. Bourl,6th Ohio 4th Iowa, 13th Illinois, and got all tbo'.r fla"s.' That of the 2'Jtli Missouri was the finest 1 ever saw, it was cipturod by a private In Company K, 3d Tennessee. They will never see it again, unless they go to our Capital after tbf war is over, there they will Hud It, among hundreds of others, torn-from, the ioul'invador, since this war began. While C'ul. Black was in middle Tenuesjee recruiting, ho appealed to Gov! Harris, to have the 3d removed to bragg's army to aid iu holding the State against tho Yankees. Gov. Harris told bliu that ho would use his best tfljila i for us, but in auy event, let us be where we might, to re witnbtT that we were Tcuncssceaus, and sustain the honor of th.6 old State. How well we douo so, let the battle of Chickasaw Boyo on tho 29th of De comber, 1802 tell . Alter tbo battle was over, audtbe Yaukees gone, we asked for the colors we had cap tured, but Gen. 1'emberton told us that be would send them to Kicbiiioud, where they would bo preserved for us. . To Brig. Gon. Jno.C. Brown moie than any other nan, we are indebted for oiir care. While the batt e was ruging, Gon. Lee rode down the line and exhorted the men to keep cool, he bud not gono far before be observed why, you are cooler thau I em. Gen. Lee Is from tho army of the Potomac, and was In all the terrible engagements there, aiid he says that he never saw greater gall tntry displayod-than by tho 3d and 3uth Tennesaco at Vicloiburg. A f HIVATK IN TUS 30 TSNNKSBEK, toy A young mm naraod 12. S- Lewis, a private iu the l'almotto Sharp Shooters,' at tempted to arrest a man namod Owens, who lad boon dodging the Conscript in Virginia, and in doing so ho was struck by Owens ovor tho head with a hatchet and so seriously in jured as to procludo any hopes of his recov ery. Tho villain escaped, and at last account md not been captured. . - -m- 'Tuat Colobkd Cess." The following is ono verso ef a political hymft, composed by an uncommon genius out West : ' From Africa the negre oume, " ' . Arise I oh Congress, bless his narru? ;' Maud up, g'd Lovejoy, bless the day , Tlie ncgru eamo from Africa I He is the abject of our love in him we live, In him we move ; For him wo preach, fur him wo pray, For him wo Meet liotu day. to U-y, ' That colored cunt trom Africa." tit A Nortkoru letter states that General Cox's division, from Western Virginia, has passed tho Cumberland to roinforco General Uesccrans. It is stated te ceiupriso 21,000 men who havo seen eervico in the Mountains of Virginia. ' . JSu Tho North an(T South luvo shown sueh fighting capacity, that Foreign Nations refuse to tako sido with cue from actual fear of the otkor. , i : W Itosecrans is said to bo uiok. rcrhape ho has been reading the Nashville Union. And that's adpae to nauseato tho stemach, evoaof a Dutchmau. . , Jiy Gen. John K. Jackson, commanding this district, has removed liU hondqaartors to Atlanta. ' " m ,' " . . ' f.8tvu hundred tens of East India cof- feo eamo is a vessel flat ran tho Ueckade tho other day. It's all fer the soldiers. . Tko Yankeo army will finally besome au army of ns'ross with Dub h commasdors Iry There nay be a ro-action in the North- (Vest bst very little freo action, that wo have eeri. i ub. The Censcription act up North, so far from crushing out ono rebellion, is likely to create two. tO" If this meets tko eye ef' Col. Torn. Rogers, ho will 'please send his address te this tffce. ' - tXf Van Dera's last Eght was at Thomp son's Station. The erratic Dragon has at leigth-becemo Stationary. t5JT Going inte a fight, the Yankees ta&e to their hollies. Coming out, they " take to tiisir heels," . tgUThe "anaconda" is to bo dismissed frem the service, and a Hack snake employed Yes a racer. The Cor'nhill Magazine publishes tho expo' rieuco of an English traveler in "Richmond and Washington during tho War. The wrt- ter thinks Richmond the least wicked of the two places, but spares tho political and socia' moials neither. Of the President, he says : "First among the great personages in Rich mond ts tho rresicleut, with his slight agilo figure and mtonse face, lie is a Iittlo grey a trifllo haggard and careworn, but as fully equal to the responsibility ot his part, as when sixteen years ago, he mot, with a few Missis sippi friends, the shock of a thousand Mexi can lancors. llis manners nave been likened to those of Washington, to whoso position in deed his own very much correspond. Like the creat Chief, ho has been maligned at home and caricatured abroad, but none have been more mode6t, prudont and devoted." Our English friond had an apparition of Alexander IIV Stephens, whom ho sketches thus: "The Vice President joes ambling between his home and the capital, bowed, furrowed and hollow, of eye and cheek something to see with a shudder and never forgot gjgy'A spy named Caslleman was recently brought to this placo from the front, and for warded to Tullahoma, where an investigation of the caflo. will be had. Ho is a oitizen of Rutherford county, and has been for sometime engaged iu the misorablo occupation of pilot ing the invaders of his home. Shclbyvilte Rebel Banner. WANTED TO RENT. HOUSE, furnished or unfiirnixhed. Apply this office. at MEN WANTED. tWfV- wIhIi to hire two ablo bodied men.whiW, or T V black, to do night work at this office. SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. SUBSCRIPTION ADVANCED TO $1 l'Elt YE Alt. OWING to a furtbor advanco in the price of paper aad the limit put upon our supply, tbo Proprie tor resoectlullv announces that from and alter tho 1st of MAiMJil, the price lor the FIKLD AND FlItKHlDM win be as follows: For one year 14 For nix months...'. ' $2. No deductions made to clubH, and no subscription received lor less than six months, I'ostmai-tcrB will be allowed 20 per cont. as heretofore. Increased exertions will bo used to make tuc paper attractive. The charming story . "THE BANDOLPHS, OF RANDOLPH HALL," will be completed in the 10th number. Back numbers oootalning this Interesting romance, can bo supplied. In the same ntimter will be commenced ine winning prize Novelette of i n ii I a Mono A. IV, r ou THE LOST WILL. ' This will run throuith several uumbcrx ol the paper. and will be accompanied by original Talus, Essays and Poems by the best writers In the country. As only o fixed supply of paper can bo had, the edition is limited, and tnose winning o secure nun lavonvu mm. ily paper would do well to subscribe early. In making remittances bo particular to state the Post Office, County and State, and to send no local shluplastere. JAMB3 GAltDNKU, mar8 Augusta, Ga. POCKET KNIVES. 0 dot Pocket Knives, ' 120 seta Knives and Forks, 600 lbs Hope, . 100 bush Sweet Potatoes, , 200 Peas. .' Shoo Brushes, Cetton 'Handkerchiefs, English Cal icoes, Tooth Brushes, Perwion Cups, Squirrel Shot, Pins, Needles, 3 Country-made plaiiln, Ac. , lor nale by mar8-2t A. C. VAN EPPtJ. SUBSTITUTES WANTED. mwo thousand dollars each, will be paid for five X steady, able bodied men, of forty-six, to fifty elilit vearsof ak'e. Apply iu person, or by li tter to yeai lebai-tf J. 11. WILLY, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Fapcrl Paper 1! Fapor!!! 2000 Beams Loiter Paper for sale, in lots to suit purohusors. JUNKS, DOWDY fc Co., feb27-2w Dalton. Ga. . TO SHIPPERS. BV KSTKUJI AXb A'rLA-VTIO rtAILUOAII N conser(uonro ot the extraordinary demand made iinoo our Hosda for transiwrtatlou, toirllirr with ftie cxiBtencouf a state of circumstances over wnicb we D(t our agents can favo any comroi, nouoe ih herelry given, llmt tlio wi-Niuin Aiwniic, oiacou a Weatern, and Alls nta Jc West Point Itoadu, will not hereafter receive, transpoit, or store any Ireighffrom any source or authortlty, ontlf fur.bcr uotlce, unless the owner, agent , or shipper at the point of ship meiit, first sigus astipulation or agreomeui, relieving the ltoada from all liability. bup't WpHt.rn A A. It. U. ISAAC fcSCOTT, r-rtiii t M' on West. U. R. GEO. G.llULI'i Hup'i A. A V. Pt.lt. It. Atlanta, Fob. 25, 1SG3. Hi-fore anr eoodscan be shlppfd, tho owners, ship pe rs, and agent, have to accept the abovo condi tions. All ireigm arriving sou uiiciiugBt tuo vnni' lannvRa depot, is sultjeot to toe soove conditions. ,-, BiarJ-lin W.C. CAMDES. Agent, , w , a A.U. K. MISSISSIPPI COTTON HONEY WANTED' iwNTMissmiprr ; ' , , , i cil'TON MONEY, ,5"' ' ' ' , call on f.Ml-ltn ' ' ' W.U .COKDIV. Taken cp and Committed to Jail, X lS03.aogro man by the name tf tli-pry, and ssyi be beiotiKs to John Feirrll of llnthcrfonf unty, Tenueo, two miles rrom Smyrna Depot; mud petrro Is about 21, or 22 ya.-s old, of a epp. colnr, Slt-et 10 Jnnms high, and weighs elKMit 170 llis, i J. H.HWSlMJftilr.r. Jany. 50 tf t CbaUsnnixiga, Tifua, EXTENSIVE CATALOGUE SALE . ' ' IIJJPOUTED (a)oi ' . ' ' IT II. mater, jAtoni: &. CO., ATLANTA, CTOr.GIA. ON Tuesday, the 10th of March, 18C3. J. JACQUi:. Auctioneer. 6000 yards elepant Lawns, 2000 yards niourniug Mimlin. 6000ynrdsKngliHh Cnlicois, ' 10(100 rsrds P.lencbd Sheetitu, 6000 yards llleachod Shirting, 4 cases Bleached FhiititiK, 1 case Bleached Sliirtinp, 1000 yards plain and dotted Sn Ua Muh.'in, 2 cases plaid Ginghams, 1000 jnrdH elegant t.asaemen-s, 4 cases regatta Casseniercs, 2000 yards lancy Flannel, 1000 yards white and red Flnnnel, 1 rase plain aud black Wool de Laine, COO dozeu cnttou Handkerchiefs, 3(10 dozen Linen Cnnihrio Handkerchiefs, 600 dozen Meiiuo Half Hose, 100 doEcn Ladies English White Hose, f00 dozen Ladies Expansion Shirts, . ounn ,wAn Vutlwn,l VOO vmwlj Knnol Pisftun. 1000 dozen Brooks 2011 ysrds Spool Cotton, black, Ijoii 108 riueni mmiv in .puuia auu cucjuh, 100 lbs Black Sewing Silk, C00 dozen Horn Fine Combs, 300 dozen Ivory and Gnlta Percha Combs', 60 Tooth Brushes, 60 dnz. Tooth Bnisbcs, . 100 Crimean Jaucy over Shirts, 100 doz. Shirts, 100 Cassimere aud Flaimi-1 Sbiits. 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" marl-tds To Shoemakers and Leather Finishers. in-GOOD SHOEMAKERS, and a few Leather lUv Dressers, can find employment in tho Gov ernment Shoo Factory at Atlanta, Ga., under the di rection of the undersigned. Nono but good bauds need apply. Those furnishing; their own tool will uave prulcronce. Soldiers desiiing to work in this establishment must procure their own details from their command ing omcers. o. n.voa.'ovjuAm, lebl8-lm Major ay m. m. J. nuaiiEs, Attorney at l.iw, Claim Agent and Notary I'ulillc, RICHMOND VA. ' CLAIMS of every description sguinst the Confede rate Government settled with accuracy and dis patch. Attends all the Confederate Stales courts held In tbe city of lucbmoua. Auciiesu iicx noo. jan22-ly I HAVE a small lot of Vhginia .Salt, which 1 keep on hand constantly at 25 cts. per. k)b., at Swi k s oldstaud. M. II U JUT. Jany. 27-2m NOTICE. DELINQUENT Tax Payer;: lor the State and Coun ty Taxes ol 1H02, in tbo Cliuttannoga District will call and pnv the same without delay to John P Long, at tbe liecording olllce, who is authorized to receipt lor lue samo. lebll X. Ji. jAUUIL.MIDIIv, Tax Collector, Hamilton Co. FOR SALE. LIKELY Negro Boy, 21 years A. of ngu. EnqiTiro of Lteijujuj . D.lvAVLOU TOBACCO. I HAVE, and will always keep on band a large amount well assorted stock of Va. and N. (1. Tobaccoes, of ull sorts and grades, which I oiler for salo ti retailors or (iiittleis, at a low pi ice, at Swlek's old stand, opposite the Presbytoiian Church $30,000.00 TO EXCHANGE. TIIIH'l V Til DCS A K II DOLL A ICS IN GEORGIA TREASURY NOTES FOR CONFED- ate money, at current rates. Apply at Tunncil Hill, Ga.,to J. H. SHELL. mnr4 1m i" ' ' ' FAVtTI'KVn.l.K. Tknnksskr, i . I'enruarv is. 1S3 l EKbOIJ.ING officers hi tbo Stato of Tennessee, will at onco enroll ss conscripts, nil olllcers Iu tln'ir rcspoctlvo distftcts, who may bo ahVent without leave from tiieir commoniis. 'i ne enrolling omcers in Mlddlo Tenuesseo, will send descriptive rolls of the olllcers so enrolled to .the Commandant of Camp of Instruction, at ravo'icvine, ininessce. ino enroll- Ina; olllcers !n East Tennesson, will M-nd slmltur dc crlptlve Mils to the cotuniandunt of conscripts, ' Knoxvliie, lenne-sseo. 1'.. v. ui.A ivi;, l.t. Uul. (I. , A., li L21-4 w Comd t ol Con. for Thiiichhcc. . Eakt Tennessee papers copy four week. WANTED. .. A GOOD, sniind. substitute; not subject to con scription; a utotit youtli'of Kl.preloi red; for Par ticulars, cuuuiro ol Mr. Gentry, watchman ut E. T.H. It. Depot. " run i :1-st) TANNERS' OIL. Bbls TannciTj' Ollfa g'vul artlele) for sale. Address, ' BLACK, DOWDY A Co., , 10 feb2--2,v DalUfu.Ga. FINAL AND LAST CALL. ALL those Indebted to the subscriber, by Judgments, notes or account, if paid between this tnnr, ninl the first of stay, can pay In shlnplasters all who fall In in ok it nnvment xiraiiisl that Lime, wilt llnd their claims lii tbo hands of an olllccr. for eollis:i,iou; alter which time, nothing but, a legal tender will J' re ceived. , E. A. GL3M. niarS2in NOTICE. Cl.KTKI.AND.TKIiNMMr.K,) Feb. 2s, lH(,:t. rpUE recruiting detail for the 1'Jih TenneHseo regi X Inirnt, Will report at Kno.xvlilo, Tennessee, on II, A Ifklh Aav ti Mnri-ti with nil tlii'lr rrrriiltu unrl.li. luxtl..M flu f ttliih tn kftnr! Ilirm f,,l-whI1 nnSi.i' tltuJ Cliargn oi no oiuror to ine regimnni. niuu iw ,; o. it. ii u, t -apt. and Recruiting Detail. Knoxvlllo rcliitcr copy, and send bill to thin ellce. Lot and Railroad Btock for Sale HY virtue ofa deennj of the Chancery court at Clint taniMn, ni.ulo at the January term, 1m; I, In tbe cuMCof John G. Glass against Joliu W. W (iltn aud others, 1 will, on tbe 7Ui day of March, If M, sail on the prcmlnes at publio outcry, on six snd twelve uionitii credit, without redemption, the fallowing do scribed lot of land, lying within tlio eorporalo limits of the city of ChalUnoopn, towltt Iterrlnijlug at a stake standing on a lino J.) f'wt wattl, V) di g.' went Irom tbe beginning of a loor scrMmct of biiJsild by K?r l;oyo Uj K'iinu r sldley; thnieo S 70 d. K. 220 feet, tli ucs N. 20 d );;. W. 3!(l feet, thnnf (I N. .' deg, W. 270 fret M the beglnr.hig. 1 iu.d also in II at tbe court lnua door In tMcity of ChWanooca, al .nblle ouU:ry,on tbe stn day, on a rri'dit of six in mtbs, several shares of sUm k in the Wills Vsiley lUllrosd. Bonds Willi ar-proveJ Mcorltr will b Vi'Tib-eJ tit bnpun hnjt money. Ws, J, HTAN'HI'LIt, f;l;l 4 iv Cl'k 4 M. ro. Kon.t M'pyirr.. t J.;, rm- . LILOIirUKfT, VTRCKiA, Gi'N'LltAL coMuissiox Mt:i:ciu::Ts Ana A cents h r tbe s-!e of ScT Orll-.ius S:i:;a? til Mul.i.'-iCJi !.!:'.!'.:.ivti.pt mJ Mnokiux'i S.1. Vr l.ivi'o tt'.ci.ti.v.) ',,) i:-v niflil.it a l-urgC'i clciipiht f'.rti!.4-oin tl.e tu.j . Willi n-ftUi.viJ. t:r' i ii i-hii'jtin to iateii mm hsois. d-c!;-'..,r JrVATkl tllExTri-SsEE.V . ili. milton County, j 'il.. in.'ulvcncr t-f the K-tt. of Vi'r.i. Sloix, !. o'a, h,,v:,i,; l.x-u m-.f t -ite.1. nil pcrs il's tiiiV'ocr cli-iiii-, 8;..i;t!J i:-t.i!e, ttiii.f,i' tlitni with toe ('ink ol ibo loui'ty Cmirt (, t.,,i coun ty, p-opcr:y ni,ti:c:;:ient-.,l, v.'Khi'i tU- flm.'ji.i-s, (.'d by I;ivv,it tnev tvili be ic.ii'.cr lnoi-ci. ftb2l-4w ' ri.XHiJiONt'.K!!. ili; iiri i.--: i i.t r of V. ...:,:;, i:-d. &TATE CF'tESKESSEE. Vii.lia.ni Johnson and othcis. vs. " Gnoitoa A. Gowin, r( nt. In ClKinccrr at If inl.-.on. IT nppeoilng that tho tVfeiuknt CluivU-s C. M(V-1..' Is n non riidciit of the Suite of Teiiue-.see, so th,,t tbe ordii:ury jirJce: 1 of tho Court rami" t be etved onhiiii. It is therefore fnien d t.'.at. iubtii-atoti 1,0 mil le week'y lor lour weeks, in tho " iicbcl," a new.-t p.iji-r published in tbo city, of ('h:i!!iitoog.i, lvquii hi - f. d deleuduut to -wppcor at u Chancery Court, to bo held rttba court hou.-e in llarri'u, on Ihn M'eond llnia! .y of June m xt, aud answer complainants' bill, or Jnli; hieiityvo vimfi will bcoutcu-d against him, sml tli.l can.e sit lor bciiring parte. E. G..i''ES, ftbl5-4- Cl'U A- V. STATEli-'TEWESSEEr Wlt.I.IAH ClICTTMPIKI.n; 'vs. , William Stunk s Alin'.i Widow, heirs and others. In Chancery at Hun ioii. IT appearing that the uuletnlaut Mitchell. M. Sione, has ub-conded from tho Stnto of Tcnnessfp, ho that tbo ordinary procefs ot tic C' ml caiiin.t bo soncd cn biui. It is therefore ordered that publication be madcrt( c!;!y for four weeks, in the "Rebel," a newspaper punish ed in iho city of Chattanooga, requiring sid ileli-n.l-unt tojippear at a Chancery out t ) bo held nt the court bouse iu Harrison, on the second Monday of J.ine next, and answer complainant's bill, or jmlif- menl mwoic.vo will lie entered agaiii-t bun, ami the cause set for hearing exjKirti: H. G. JoM'.S, tel)K,-4W ( I'K iV. M . '""IjEliTllALlaOUSE" ' TURMEliS bringiii"' to niaiket liuller, E;gs, and I vcgi'tubles, can llnd a ready market lit- the house". Chattatiooga. Feb. 12. HUGH uAIEROLL, ' Proprietor. XAEB0R1NG DESERTERS. HgAOOUAUTKllS DlCl'AltTVKN'T N(1.2, No. 2, 'OS. lN!i';:c'roit Gs.MdiAi. h Oki i Tulii.houia, Tenu. Feb. 11th lo:i rpiIE General Comuiandlng this Department, learns L with regret, that thetosio In Tennessee, a minis ber of evil disposed persons wjio, instead of contribu ting tiAtho hcc.ing our coumiy from A Itolitlon inva. slou, are lucitmc those who niv, to tbe dist'iaclul crime of desertion, hud 'Iturbwin.T them. AM pei-.-ons within (lie bunt of this department, are noiiih d thut tho penalty of such oflenco is iikatii. and t!io strici est dibits will bo muilo to detect tlioso whoincito mi. diers to desert, or who may harbor thoso, who have deserted, and suutmary punishment npplied In evey instance. J. P. JON' EH, A.l.Gorri, febl5-lm Department JCn. 'J. - Rebel Banner copy cuo month, and wind bill to this office. tV,tlll!llU, VA. STAPLES &J)ILEAVwD. f V HE senior parkier has nsocisled Mr. P. H. Dil- X-liird with him lu lilt Ut.NKUM. t.OM MISSION HOUSE, at tho old stand ol Staples .V; Andernon, imd solicit cousignment-s of Sokui', MoIiiwh, Cotlon MerchandiKii aud Produce generally. To nell 'io duco nt highest market rules-attend iu person to weights and delivery, ami ond account sales mid checks st, onco, is the olTi enlablhihod rulo of thin Houho It bus answered nn extended pntniwe" which :!0 years' rvperleneo with this market, and our present increased facilltlc., prepares us to lnect.wit(i oin" usual proinptnnsH. Liberal ndvniiA'S on any amount of Produce in hand. Always ou band a beavy jstock of Manufactured and Slinking TOBACCO, warranted as represented, and as low as can be had in Virginia. janl7 Cm STAPLES .t DILLARI). TAKEN UP AND committed to jail by tho military atithoritif at Chattanooga, on the 3d of October, D.v:2,uud more recently committed by cn acting Ju.lue of the Peace for tho county of Hamilton, Term,, on the l itli of December, 1S02, ft negro boy, ealfing bis in.mu JOHN, and soys be belongs to Wni.Jonos, of ftiein phis. Said boy is black, 0 years old, 6 feel 34 inches thigh. Tbo owner fs renehled to r.omo lonvaid, rroye property, pay charges and tubo blm out. of l i ). doe'20 J. 11. SWAlM,.laihr. 'FARM AND RESIDENCE FOR SUET I OFFER for sale my farm and resides ., located li miles from LaFuyctto, tho coutity r-e itol Wal ker Co..iuM and lsj inil"8from tlio W..v A. Railroad. T'hero sro tllreo hundred acres, one bundled find dirty cleared, fenced and ready for planting, tbo bullion) well timbered. There is aneut framed dwelling Willi six rooms, and out bouses completo. Tbe burn is a large tin fTcd building, with a good running g''r at tached, for driving Thrushor mid Cotton Gin. -Ton stables are new framed buildings, we'll cow an 1 hheep sheds oc-mplote, and In good repair. There U a good Writable gaiden.lind a lino orchnrd of clmlm apples, peaches nud.peais, with aehidce variety nt grnbes Ac. Tlio place is well watered with spring snd well, conveniently located. : U'hc location Is as bealtliy ns can bo found nuywbeie. Any one wishing t'lrtla r particiibtfS, will apply immedialely to .fobl'J-im , . E. W. RUHMiLL, , fjiFuyette, (in.' "REWARD. ' V RAN A WAY finu the Hiitseriber maf Trenton Dado county Ga on the ,12Ui day ot l'ohy (inst.) my nngro boy mimed Jerry. Said boyi nbon 6let, Inches liinh, weighs 100 lbs., blli cheek boiu-H, thick lips, color, very bl.o k. I will payi.',, for the uiiprobouslon nnd delivery ol s:i!,l boy t o no or lodged in Tretilon Jail, so that I pi-l bin), nnd if Hnbi boy is cn u ! ht wilboui the limits of-said count y, u nd delivorud to urn or lodged lu Jail so that I get bun, will pay hit y io n.iiK. Rk i:!;oc;:. fcbl0-tf, " ':ci'i'xxA2a;3.' "' TMlE Tax jtayeh wi!4 plea:tuU at. the Rcion'cr' "JL Office mul givo in their jirc-p-rty atiil polls, lor vny nix' s, mi ino present year. FeblO-lm JOHN P. LONG, Rt'iorder. oil ICE OF CO MM AN DA NT OF CON CIM 1"J S K'nnrullh, IT ii-eh '',1 li i.'l i t'nrnlllfiff fit , I eu ull! l-.0 l,i,ii'ini. I,, r.lll ,-m I r, .1,1 the army in recruiting service any aonsurlpts colle't d at tb4 placo of rendezvous when u county U culled out, nor w ill they tin n over t-i niii.Ii oOIcdis any con ucriiit:! 'vblch they uiny, t any tlnio firtt nti bnt wli! end all such men to the Camp of In' (ruction, to !" 'fiistribnti'd atnom; the Uilturci.t regiments. Entolimg ollicers aro lurihor duecled not to respect ,., 1, ,,,,( ,1., 1,, u ..I ..... 1. 1. .......... !.. V O , .' i.r.., ,, i.iii.'ii'iiimni, . liMUyir,lll'lu i-uu ill1 it n1 1 H-, from Ciiituiri T. .1. Finiiin bcai ing d it'; snb.r 'fa nt. f tnor.iinor Jiiuiijiry, i-e.i. All persons emjitoyei nld servico suico tho I'.ith of January, mn-t liuvi In rec uiur onuidjdpeis iiom mis o'L:;'i. - i , i;y onlcr ol . Uiar7w . l.l'. f'nJ. L'. D, f. LAI .!, . Com ti:i (id ml, of OoiH.crlpt i. " t' . E0X LCLiT. QIIiri'EI) on fbe imh of Ikc'imber fcorn Chttnoo. gs to Murlrtv.iboro, a small box, uOoot li'by ill Oclins, containing Indies Is Mo tw, LhIh, etc., end marked ''C'apt. ilarvy." whlcli wa I never receiv d. A liberal reward will be paid Mr its delivery at ihi nfllr. " ' iii.i rV-sf ;;i t(l.' A llTKUJJ A L I'i-.a'S DhTAVruKNT, I , ClullUnoi.j'ii, Fell, 12, Jw;:i. CflTIZI'.N'M lfl m-tilled Umt they an; cirpO' ted to I'." port to tho rt V'larteriiiaKlcr.iill fimy mu snd homes In tus yluiility, and im wainod not to trad'i t r Ui.vorniiieiit properly of auy kind. M thwlr tlw-n-v Will liot be renjieib-d, luih'-n lh iiiiie"r1y l.nsb'.Mi, cotid'tu'd, ii'id branded with ft "C. FobFMm n. F.JD.M-M, V td.ij. A I .t 'in. " JLKATllEIt WAN1ED.'" IiEri.Vj.NN having Kwle, t.'pper ftail firn-tf L'.dl.' r, CH'I OhtAlil goi.el j ro Oil Upplli ali oi to nur7 tl J.H.Wil.l.V, '';ou;;;.Uiou Icr. hr.u