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plewe U&T la rclnd that we trill not reetive. any of the hirrlarter Kned ty 1fae Alabama Instiranw , Companies, nr the- Issued by private banker In riJToHtfuaactYi'f tbttiheie. Neither will we under take to (( turn Mliinplaileia ami ns, after tha pntili. -"Wttw f tM Birrfrr,""""",,""""IL'-J?" " " " nit! rrrvlv oM'iWi iu by 'lie r.,i ' of 1I1A0. 'The' a , " .grl xfft or ailJsfry.to beatli iu'eet intclii-gero-.e from the enetry's country, and lVie s'i'ot etr- ' l .A , I,'" .1 i. Lati.lim 1 1 'iti 'I W f. r..rm jlti.n la fii.i;"!'l-'''-;J Jo .cn.pIUk-,.b.sld U tejlieettrotioo of fh'e along the fc"; of uiitf" liB'!-' iu Kiddle Tub-ti(!.-H(", tlie vali of 'lute Journal. We -are , JUir.jj to ikf W, or tl'i'iks, JiLully-.f'jrsnch fa VOW. - ' 1 '- ' -- " '"" f. .Wo arc continually calkd'tipon by tlmig- "nrirauey.&fsottoVano! the gowardieo of other? tO'defi-nd llio free tm'of honest YaDdoK' in the imeusrion oi public aJIflirs. '"lovj arc "too brush jsay ft letter, wliicUMici before 1 tn "in the avowal of your Opinions.'. I imag inoyon sroayoung man certainly bot h yeiy discreet one." Oh, wis"? IhnieU- A"l)irri i el '-nine to jii.lprmeut ! . -i.lcs liis miscra- ii. ... .:..:.:.i.f. i i ' i 'iV.VJ1 i ' r,:e nicaiy. uoiuu, nuu licavcu utup.-iue-uc-crepitudo of that upper-story f his ! ' Uut , . , . ... v - -.i t i ,, t i, j j this; man, tin ,o)frcHpyuuut pi outs, w a - type', and as rucIl wc ansvrp frini j for look you hercf is ft printed ' specimen r)f;:the same : strt,. and comes irom r tuo far South. " iSnjf WtyX ''n''.thp 1 Charleston Courier, "(that rare old cctcservativ puffer m the press, whoso very oDement fervani and udmircf wt? huH ursplf bc,tot from whoffi oorrcfpondontSjexcfptliial.fVpru Kas sau, liiay the Lord deliver iin 1 says a writ er io this jolly bid lird of a jotfrnal, pays he: , ! '"SitJfi iblicclH Wi "ll'iOtti'U.i) RcUl,tJo4 lioip ill), , "cm donfl K)('f, iid liiuy and dV fl'iot n deal of harm. InotMd of tiritieisin tuecouroc Of OtllOfB, i (ihfU'.lll liO, .btiiitilig "'ui to tramp of a fiiijer ' iiiurcii!" 'Souio "of 4h. jw VqiiIJ lii f;i);iHi put of If, oi' 0 iuy'we!l leliofe 'I'Li urr:i'.lja uo H)'ii)'fitliv for . each nqwupa poifl, mi d "uriiverMally cotulemiis tUfio.'-'';' " ,,' There u the law -for you, "laid "down "too, briefly and to the Ynirpofoq,, Hcrc'a a nphle ' rva of MnrH, who oaMi siido for a moment . ' ' 1 i"- l' , : P,n '"J . " thfi nword, and talcen up a unghtier wcapfJh. .. Mark how he Vbch it ! 'Vo like hi,s Jogic. but his Ybnglisn is irristible, oefipocialiy . that which reVr's" to the .'.'jaw'' of. the thing. We should hajf it T all "jfw," and So tinccfely' advise our ! unknojvu I'rlead to beware of that which is claimed !byTis, , for fcioce, (ns hohaa donbtler.s UTiMid) the jaw-tone;' of an ' tt ' oico did'siiob ,tcrr bla v,ork,what might not bo expected from " that of tho lltbel fV .Unwave,' 0 I l'hilis- tino.l. ;, . .,..! ,. v. :.'.. tffs . Uut scriouljr.'whac dj tneu cspo'ct of the prei.i f. Not silcnoj truly; but dcop-mouth-td. t(U!ii(ol, lonadv Bajjaciouii. prudence.. ' It in oftfij. Bsrtcd thati war :ia-o'Ieapotisnj; and 'that iactt jftiust abide it for the time be ing. 'J'hl.1 l.VfalHO.itili)iou tTsiriut is Do U!oro a ilcppotiora, than tht -of lha phy uiciau .wl.oprc8cribc9 a certain rfgimeu for tho paticnt'a cure. Does ay nan think the licentious use of the peu' tan-destroy th?i fiiiiio of rt.'tlly great miip, tutcs uxnn or Ho h'e fioliir if , pn the other hand, wero li'O acta cf evevy man, who'clianV.fs n tio iu power and place, kept wholly from eiht, never taken outfyr&hiti$ proiiiundly tiM..wWHi, or niloiiily whut rntUt " not bu C'-'(31 aud IWtul cvd liberty urni ihlilt':j'liit'Sit f "Mi.' t pooi joucualiat, vtqjsa than the poorest,,dcvil tho land, wheu ho caBts hia cya abovo Lixn for tsosnt thought, oonie truth, homo rn in i-nif faith, ful reliction of Vjila, ovvtt "tiinl tho to'.;:l.ir lio'u-t, bthi.ll , perpetually ft ' DuisJOCHr' fword hau-in over pirn," ready to chopofl the hand that dare, ta write; the h. ;: that . diiivi to think. 1 -A litllo culm1 .rtfleetion will not jI1 to assure the Loodluaa advocate ft'ro fitter" fjr "Old '' wlvca Con,fod,n:uy)" (houio what lH'tcd iu Englmh drmuatio lit erature)lhau the .Utpublio knov, n'v ! I' n fe:di:r.uu Stat'-J f Aiue'rieft. 'I'luVd ?) otum'' "-of vmt, ni it u called, means simply a narooafyrt'ni'.y to thii,s:i"Hrpiy "r-alatioua, fctrj-r-nn r.zci'JI lor the better-dinoipliuo of the fore, and t i s'oiv.o ex ttof it;-! . binding on tho vivili-itt a- the notJier.' Th'.indjsejrcet publication of av:ny ivtoveinentn; ibaynrti u . --i i o u oi ar My uanclH, personal or olbi.i .if: e; the too free anticipation, of cou-. totnplated plans, ftll arc erbuldc n tppiea of aryumt'jit, ly reahua of' ;otr.Hion fteiin' ia wll afe iriy ;rultf. ,'.;IJi 'hero htoj.the catatogae, tl pet xoribed, and ;ihe' Judj meut of the writer rnu4 fill put tho balance. . Upon his eobcr, wilMulanciid prudenco the coantry :lin aljnd "look forudicleul lte'ljl ' ing ejprot'.iiotii ,of .opinion.- If the rank-uad-C!? of joutnittlum do not embrace a ink Jortly f ' :n j 1 1 e , h u c c t a u 1 Uiiuhtfnl men, tho count'y 1.aj'.aj th.iSto of af.ly, .iid ih people i little hpc fjf.-pocurity, n If the Conjre.iM, the Cabinel, be'J.aJiuijry tin Tiiit, f if V;xt t' rfhr'cti'at Ac pattiaenl of. ub-f ' in-'n-fivrt wer row p: of 11: kt-'iv -i l; !.'. Iraiccd de p I -. ) ' vi.d woui V'1.0 would al.-'pict'.-.theitV,,, !,fv viUh.ut -rat lb.'r. fie -j : i" o: the i-.cS J md 'hcsit,1' whiA, Co i a one of His crestnrcnpo- claim their lore cf tyranny and ieloso goTcrn ajer.t(and he'wb would coerce a newafi per coo" bscs Tii u-iclf afraid cither of U power.'or its truth. ' Indeed it has to fell out that we always get ourtkare of ill-natured remark from those wtoTelolTrTMippTiniTDga of the knee to the "onoinuTJ'power.w" Hut (bless Cod for ' . i - 'A . ml I i At. r. an equalization f'i loo gopu nn iii ot uii',) wo 'now. and Mhon hear a "ftill smajl yoiee".of jtceeditg comfort and cucourae mect; and Home how when, an occasion ar rives for a plain statement of ft, case ..upon which t fie popular mind is cxcitedi' wo fori get WRat our enemje n(iy aay altogctherj in the desire tojileasd jtlta't test of A leo'douir own cOnaoicnce. fTho' result it usually a pretty-blunt, but always eiricerelieelaMtioo. Insconclusion, :we cau assure our wo C0rrcspoii3ct)ts,'tnd tho?'e of other jo'u id afe as wcll as ' the readeva of the, Kebel, that aavcrso criticism naaas nine terror lor us, aa it is possible for it 'to lavk. We rath er like to bo abust'J.v' It uti .our 'UooJ a going; tunes our nerfes; aids our digestions; flatters! our vanity,' and never rankles (in ?ur breart, for'any aan may be praised whilst ioft,aqp lasts, -but it isrm.t every man who'carf be aburedi' t ! U i' , - a M ctcall attcntioU'trt two articled eti our first page,, from thc-LNew York' lierald. They- afford elear and unmistakable evi dVnrVJthtit fome"of 6ur pUbliO' jourhal.3 have lurniMied tha lankecs with 'material for DrbiXfn tho head, oall onti-war mcuid the N'6rth-went. There ih no policy J" this course and we have regretted to see' it. ' It is obvious to every intelligent, mind, that the West is more nearly' connected by ties of idtcrcst with the South, than'- with the Eastern or Sfiddie States. A majority of the people j-csidiogin that fertile region a.revsoieiy etcn oi tne war us auown in ine ballot-boi! iii October last, while the minori ty arc .fanatically fundus, for more blood. it -dot. seem to as th6 part 'of wisdom, to strengthen tha hands of the peace men wO larag we.cauao uonsisiaoiiy witu ouruo- ' termination to hi politically, free., atiy rate, wo should abstain from the use of language which may bo used to their pic judicc by the.l'ricnds and supporters of. the ijMieum uyuasiy. n utaiou iu our coiuuius some tiuio ajneo, that this is not tho proper tiuia to discus the question whether thej Wcstera ptatea should bo Admitted into tlitf Southern Confederacy. SJiould they make sucH, tuu T ftpplication; ! " tfecio wi)Ji4o"ubt less ba aonio dh'crsity of opiniou amobg'our people. i Wv would. certainly lend a kind ear to whatever they might havo to say up d JVubjccjJ We'harjly'i think, that' a politidal union1" will, b "established during the present generation, . between tutf Con federate States nod tho great ' North-west. Hut so thoroughly are wo satisfied that' no permanent peace can be . effected.- till some arrangement satisfactory to the people iu- habitinhe galley" of tho Mississippi is made, that wo would4 lV willing to form1 an alliance with thenujf ft commercial clarac tor. woulJ give thm not only the ;frcc navigation of tho Mi.ssis$ippi 'and itstribu tarica'', bu ic A eo trad e, ic, io . We would ay'to the'tu, govef n yturselyca inyouc own way, and wo will govern ourselves. Com mercially wo ore qna i)ation-politi&lly we aret?io.; Such a Iengue,"in our judgment, would advance tho interest of "both'rartics. Of coarso jhoMe remarks arc' baaed upon the a'ssutofti-in th.it taa WUat' laaall" Hist fl tho Lincoln dct nolisin: and ask' ia alliance with tho Confederato UorCiUmont. :, Wo do not endorse the iTiclaratioa that jtho Wt om men aro not o,ttito bo good as; the New Cn1a"der . A Yankee ia- every sense ol th.; woid is "the uicanetit creature, oa Clod'a ,.jlilc, i A Yankee la anysctLSis of tho word w uflvs vtn?Q ir, una wiun never io re i ... i i i - . . ncr ei'licr',- i)oiitieal, -- commercial, or w ciaMiittreouvstj With Mu.' , Tho Wval made ft great mistnk in 1801 ' She bojrjn! to scq it, nhe begins to fecb it, and now let nrrcDW noma jue. men wtij' areia,nus againi'-t ivstrike fot hcr'own jndepcndcoce mi wo lor one,' would be ready to meet her oil ti i ni'a of lriuiulrthip and consult about what' Would redound U our uiutual welfare. In throwincf ouflhcfc crude olrrvions' !. i .... (.' "... :t. r. ...-. it '.an tint lucn finr rurnnnrt 1 tn i nrin )IV. (li;ii?, "iior'ktiiill wo till tlV' "ctsa is picpcry belorou. v M , ,Tll MltTRI RMAKC'tfATIUM "if.L-TIi lifi lot anvnclatloi) in Mii.'.uiI )u Qnl'y U i'.l t!o N'urlh. ten Coiigrfm by brelj f.mr mnjorltj . ''I he bill H (lamed pis,it() tlmt WlfTOuii xill pis kt rmiiHlmliiiu m;,, ftitbtu' CwkIt vioiitiia, miieu twenty rail li'ini of Uv prr cnt. b .ndt r to (in d liTcrtMt V: tlid tiljt, prnfidi'tl MlJ ypw.ii rtji' iii n ? thnlt nb'tlinh ubiwrjr nut Inter hn July, IM7fl r,a "iiut botii)i, in ib jj(trsit.i mootitf'ahalt ih ft ix'ii thv xie.a fit tw hiiudoU rfuli.ii f. rrii- hlvl itSStSf AKSSstM J" t t''P W!;Imim) nf r! J. Um, u(ilr Hie lw cf r ini'iK -ip.iMiia B-ti.-pii-it l y MUKl lllt flOVdU l4il fc (lUl Ill-.IUin: V ...-( t ot M ' I M II . llii-iela bflme July, lMi n J tl fu'i-nj yvlmion il b pl.l fi'f w. h rtU, It Milieu l! ,l lU bill lir I ; l.AiiR. N'othlif, If'!:' I C ! hi rinn in Uii.' iirne. ... Ill M I'i'r.e.V'fl' o''l powci r.i:i' ,;i:n iff (tn-m be' .lit t;inod withott Ctwb-J-H") and pplicatj..ii: ' BY OR APE-VISE AKD CTHfRWrR. on UTS OP THfcTOAV, --- , Wuelay Evenitg, 8 P. M. ! "I .11 I I, II I .-I .UV . ,?!! I toll yo aUnt that? t llow alh the tSeanfy. am! wt altli; a'ndVwhfni'of the touutry for milefi around, hll 'lligh CWrntTHl" and a Terpsivhorean -cooventiou in honor of the "llero ttj the f'otoinac," 'aid Coinroander iu chief o( the VVeatem 'ItcpartmentT- Well, then, here goes : , , . .. ' . ' , - It was a grafid auwess, ta begin w!lV-. t He gardlcf s," of ' v catber most uupropitions,. it passed off, creditably--!') tho' manapmcnf, tat iafdctorily to tlio gueaU Julightfuliy to every body, i' The evettiiig of Jho 10th will.be mem orable inCIiatlanpoga.for many days to come. Othfr Festivals, civia and military, may imitate it lione can aurpasa if, follow w lienthey will. J1i4 night' was tho dail"eoi ftnd .mobt Icin ifcstniuu of Jho eaoD.' Yet the ladies heroic aly t arntf,' iir coach and a'ribulauoo, and- by conveyance of every known description. ''Tho. gentleineti,;with gallantly CjiiitO ommewU blc.b'urmouiitod giuter-and curb, and . waded to the rescue, with their pant'g rolled up. - in immense, rail way-reflector, cast a glare far aeroitho entrance way, approaching which the indefatigable' management, had prepared an artificial, walk.i , i ' v . ,. ! ..' Yoty thafwere not there -hand ra'o ypnr Ic'Wt, ' (iii im.itiuatiuii,) aud Jot ua. enter the tic popiaW ' llere: bn tho right, a "you enlcr, is uie uniei-ciiaiuoer, appropriatea tor tue spe cial imO of the Ladies ' Oa the left a' similar apaxtnicnt for,. (her jontleroen.i 'Pass beyond this hnte-chariibcr; and enter . riiugniCcent IsaU, auQicierit for a hundred -couples," and studded ' with, columns vreathed iu evergreen, and bung with tapors and as thick bb tho for- sHrecs of Champ Elyscrs. . From the'ceiling, feBtooiia of cedar gracefully swing, and minis ture'llags of tho young Coufederacy flutter gaily from the ruda coj-nice.gvery where about. The music stage ia .tastefully dornid with boyglis, and agaiust tho Wall above it, aro the Woids;,.' Manassas," .".Johsion," "rvkn PiiiiKS," ftrtistically worked in ceu'ai Every thing" evidences , the taste aud' judgemont, ol tho unknown genii, who supervised and man' aged'the work of decoration.''- The lights aro admirably arranged, Two brilliant reflectors from' the' i car corners' of the room, and another at tho stage, shod a bright, soft light, about the apartment,- and shivering little tapers peep through the boughs and branches like twink ling Btars above a tutmcaor house. The scenic illusion is' perfect" 'Such'- is tho description. I'Oiwith tne danco,,-i' :j ! I ' ,iA fine string band, In attendance, struck on suddenly, aiid in a momont, dozeus of couples were wniiiing away m the Uuadnlle. Hound andound tliey go i a perfect vortex, of youth. beauty, briJIiaiicy 'knd gau?o, '-amidst 'the blaze of lusttesj'hj aylphiah , ti.ovcmenta', eV piegleries, cotiuettries.and minuet-mazea, with every movement a U tah of atai-raiubow col ours, bright almoRtas tho movements of the fair young soul it emblems." Let us forward, and move amongst the merry throng. , Walk 7Vy, ,J'o:1ryira- rfoiiMUK, . lost you crusii trough tomobody-ft skirt of gossomer.' . Walk warily fer now,' with thiolconliig breath thou approiichost tho iJiomeht of moments I .. . . , , Cir!s to tb Uglit of un, . . .Otrls to tha kit ot oi, ' ,: , ; Girla to the front of os, i i..:.lt:.lt :;.' j Welting BiiS'wonrtnrinff; "" ' '"' ,; bn "Jenkins,'' w itii'th'y iio(e-book.- But fYin t'palities .and., iVjwera, Parlammt, Grand Cwimbri and. TourmUti, itlt'nll their whips jm'd gibbet-whefcliJ; the very' crack' of Doom liarigeovcr thoo, if thou trip... Forward, with 'nerve of iron,"on shoos of Fell;" like ft Trea sure-digger in Kilcticef dookinpf neither to the tight or loft, at, tlsff Jmdiei-i-for under the ruics oi eocieiy, u u -'l " V1 f "Theirs "ftot to (jaostion wbyi '. ' ' 1 : 1 M''?!The!rinotlm4ke replj.' ' " "'' . ,;'f ''jTuclrabulto wait and l'tZ. ;0h I how beautiful thoy looked, all of them, mean the ladies. Especially those who ainil- 1 licniiifpily, and sliot a pwtronjz'iig glance or two at tlo grapevine., Look at that bewitch ing little fairy sksTiming about the floor as if hor slipper barely touched it; verily it would sem if her gallant did not ollow her closely wilh lila hand,' aho wguld Hy upward -and, away; hero a matroitiy nneen of elegance aed beauty, ihe sight of; whom et you to floocttlatin" ii tho "dark and Woody ground" has many more -4....t ......t. ..-.r... -...... ..... pirn ieujii)eeiiiifn.i--n(ii nas you want to o"thero afuH-'tho' war, that's what you' want; Mhcre, a glorious Ji Vornon of creature awoeps by .von, with n train of admirers; there another! and another,-' then ' 'Juii: ' Jo white, glides by aiiddropa a sprig of evergreen, with 4 look, which plainly says j " You mret ce que cda veul lirf.rMl vanirtheo. Kow aii- proathe, ft brttnettf, th glanco of whoso bat- diskryes, brings peril to rrmV susceptible bachtlof bear's, and , before which, even the reCectors, palo their tiltfloctnal fireo, and wbk lobdully-At each othv, when aho pasneit. VnH fr'1 li,co ap-'Mropliizirig. lr r-.,'d(r (kfu brin.-.j vi'h.'hce-jiira from'- IV'aveqf h thyfacoyet radiant wi h tiome reflex of the bi IV-tncM beyoud bright?'! Uucfc, back to th) tropLsal birth-place for pityV Bake, Enchan tress, before too many Lor.rtsj' f.re bicleD among tho hills of Cumberland :, . . Ah, Ibm of m aloe Hack fyo, '' " ' '' , 7Ji South $ sy: ptrl dn'iflit., . . I With wh.t awcfct pity dn tuoy itdm ' ' ' ; .Upon th Koiil t'icy sUM;,Kt"r , f .' ' ' ' " Alt.l tiiin .oa tiill JewrlltJ oil ' - ' ItftMrn lf!nt; te-rn, . .,- " Anil it t1irV iU life ' ' ?t. btc tv t-j is'.ti -i-..:.wb,' ;" 'Yes, ye! " P..ic liUt, for' try hftl it lies, 'v.nd-r i-ur U A bvt," i, IrUU bud'ad maker 1-2 ih it. ' ' ' 'l'h.;' I f ' I i'. tit f iuuiif sstirnbld I. AuJ that's euoth bout tbs jjiil; miht much about the lord's of creatiou present, but muit drnv them any tulccium m ho speak so well for themtielves. All profsionsi Irom the belted tourney-knight," with star geCiniCilxailar, tlx thu civinan7lawyer, judge and scholar, were represented, rjlj twbcal profession tsjecially, wasreprrsontud large ly and mcei respeclAbJjr.. At midnight supper ..was anuounccd--the baud, wilh piano-frttn Altachiuent fctiuck up a march, and the company, iu conpleB, re paired i ti a Urge hall in tho oj'per tory--where three tables, sumptuously spread with a gorgeous display of good things, met the surprised gaze. The tables aforesaid, like all othr tables nnder similar occasion?, of couro, " groaned "as loud as any of its pre deccasors " beneath the weight of. the rarest delicacies of tho season."; The Tiatids were excellently cooked, the cakes wore rich, rare" (nd some of. those little peppered ones) " racy';" the cofloe "native "Jtio Janeiro, "tibd !n the iuanor born.;" the egg niffg su perb. Then who cares for the revolution ? We snap our fingers at war-timea and hard-times',' and Gil ii bumper to the success o'f iTH CACsit" to the memory of the noble dead to the health and glory of the living ! No mat ter how croukors may prate about the . inap preprialcness of such merry-makings at such ft tllUe-rr ' I. ' : i.- ; ' " :I t ;; ''. i." Baonrsthe Unlit ioirr,hall' alntur to Jy, 4 ' : And tb ligbt brlliiauft folly that tUehev buU die. It is the oniy way to treift such times--such revolndonary .times.'' Shorn tho enemy that we are Iu a capital humor, and know how to make ourselves familiar with Dancing balls as well es Minnie balla. i ' ; i -.'"' A$ St was a grand success, that Festival. 1. only regret that tho distinguished warrior to honor of whom it was desiglied tmd gotten up was prevented from being present, becanse of urgent demands upon his presence elsewhere. The gentlemen managers' deserve 'credit for their energy aud taste, aud in tho . successful arrangeu ent of tho aflair won': !' ; , vgoMen'optuSoua flora oil sort of people.'' ' Tho ladies though what wonld it have been without their magic agency? Ah! this sublunary sphere, 1 verily believe could scarce ly be made to revolutc," if they -walked not npen its surface. ' I agree with a fair friend ; who remains en pm&ent, that wpman. is indisj peusable to nui epccially in thocntsfn aud decorative department. : . - j ,nd;6o the Grapevine fickle graptvine fell in love with al( tho ladies present, f For BC0: -.' ,i : . , . 'T ; "ix, i ; ; ' ---j 'T tboa I go ou ever constani and blest,' 1 ' ' , For I flud X'v s great afore of love in my broimt, Abd It oever grows roI, for whenever I try ' To got one in my heart I get two In mj eye. ' ' '. Thus to all kinds of beauties I rny my devotions, And all sorts of llqnors by turns I mnke mine : , ' ;: So Ml fiillh the tldog, .' .' ; , '' ; Jfow you 8 that 1 wng..'. , ',. - With a bumper to woman to season the wiue. . ' nannawna(BisflNHnanaa!icMMni TliU OALLANf OKAl). -- ' . At the, lute attaek -by Oen'I YVhecler upon Fort Donelfcon, that gallant soldier aud nobln gentlcmau, Lieut. Col. lM. IcVAiBVlfelUand la lilafallTen. nnnsee lout a imLIe aud gftllant son the Confederacy a daring and ctlvatious soldier, and Luniaulty, a gen erous friend. , Ala, poor Fbikk, I knew Lira well( and to know biui, was but to lova bun, and i iorttd blm well,'..; . t Ue took eomiuaod of ,tli 1st Battalion Tennessee CavAlry.oa th 12tb.rf'l-7 .165 1, "as Lieut.' Colonel, hav ing been muhtered ia V service aa Captain ot the Xenn,se Itanxera, on tha 23d May previous. At theLeAdof his Battalion,' he opeaed the campaign for tha lamented ZolllroffeiVwho had tbo mont Im, plicit contlilonca In his roiirae and judgment, and named him the most gallant -officer of Ills' command, At Wild Cut hv drove in the out posts, and 0ned the fight, and was then sent to ttivke the circuit of the fiowning mouutalni, knd watch Vie enemy in the rear. ' Through all tho trial, tho troubles, and , too d neg'ect.to which-the brave Z dlicoflor was exposed be waawlth him up to the last sad one. At Fishing Creek, it was his misfortune to be. absent .ak'k, thus leaving tha couiman'd of his DutUllon to others caus ing much to be aald ta mortify his pride as an officer and, aolilier, -,t , . ',' - However iu uis deadly confiicU, did be lead hltf old Battaliou, and no man can say lie ever saw aoldlers better stand -thus it tver wae, Wliea under the gal lant lcf,'!erl)lp of their own rommaiide. At Dlkhj vil'.e, Mmxlsilppl, at i)ie very closa vt tils ktlnhiippl canipuigc, wilh alxtyitwo of bin ll Well worn vetor mis, hehcrled hirnxoff like an Svsl&ncli, upon five times lils owu nnmbor;and snatched Ironi tha Jws tf a Jo.itliHoiue portbein piimin, four thousand ot his follow soldien who had Ufa lelt st tint piice slcb nd worn out. Of this' act of diirlilg, ao rapid, so well planned, and au aoldisrly executvd, I have never Seen ihe stroke of a pea.h he.d no muuth to tell his euro deedi, no money to spend, t.) have them spread, and many galiantfeats will remain .tintold, Dar,y no ble deeds remain unsung. - j At tho reorganisation of Ms Battalion he rtfiiiod &e' Command, and returnej X the vh luity of Knnh. fills, hi own "aweot home," a'.i! fro that time, tins tUbitdeuth,waNenga;fodftnia tlm, in the various oavalry eaourtilCns In that' helghlrarhood. At the tilde of bis duut't be had authority to ra'.nt a mounted rojjiment.and wssnnaf;iged wbi-n attracted to the nttht at Fort le.lwA; near which place ho was re- Oi utting, aud -ai attracted by t!ie;shrill note of the Mi.le, tiw hrp crack of too riil, aud the thunder of the cannon, knew til cotiiitry'e c.atm called hhn and like a gallant Knlh',' moii.itel Lis old war borsc, and with 're rd with blood i!rw by tbe Hide of bis own nubU' Utile ban4, he ri ii If Myti alon? bts head, and a.i.nng sttinjets la tho ruukn muglit to tid bin huwe.bls own, his d.ul.off Tenr.rt ce, of the hoted foo. Ue loll at tbe csuuotn. njonth, w?ib woribi f obla mconrigfment oa Ms lips, aod bus gone to meuttna reward f a' l l,mnly, bonewt brart.n LetW canly tltep,-Miu tha bank o tne noble stream tlut W(?ep graocfally by tha liams of his Iwiy bood.tbic JwiisB aJ Ujo people fjr which l.e llvtfd, for which hetighl, Lt whluU bsnoMy JUfl. ' "" , ' : ' n. ,yflyiWit,iiBS'W1W1Ty.'WalW at 'ft SHaHim ,W&'JCa COMMANDANT Of CONSCniPT.-i.l r , , ,, . Koran i. lecn. fob. lj. U3.. I II AVI.Vf received autlionty Iroiu the tii i y of War tiMi If c.oiniaNie ffinn thn t 'utiot jui-nofliTi-'HWpt from conscription, lor tl. purpotie ot i-d'iir. id;; ItlH 0m'l t lW IM 1 enne'-Ui t fcll w.i) fee c 'im il si thin i;iix liir tin ustm-n of ail loyal fi-r'r ,f t' -is eta4, . l'.iie i bmrm Iu en(i'fii,n liji Utws of 'iii -t couu'j'. 'Zi.iMi :oivu in are 19 l c---,'ni...-i.'.l a pvlt t!'0 aroiv, '-t iii ?' iv jb. as'i'o psy and aitnw.iue-s us sul.i i:. oi ib Brciy .iU WiU li.i uL,vp(i it Ujo iei,i l.tt ii;t apj ;n- ! . , . IC I, EbA KE. 14. Cel. C. 8. A., 116" StaMs. - WANTED TO "RENT. tinner rrni.li. j &r juuIuraiivaL-- pp1-X this office; " Tennessee Kivcr Bottom Frm for Sal. r nviTii r.j- au am m, r ot UnJ situated n me I Tennei-ee River 4 mile South Est of Jasper, ind li miies Irom Miell Monnd. oa the S. & C. U. It. There are r bout J0O aeis of txittom Und Included In ilia tract, with aboat !too aer'es clearad, sod aa Inez lnusUWe simply ot timber. PsrtKfa desiitng to pur-. etas will addrens m at Jasper; Tonew. . ftarJilm" wai. ii. kaimvi-j. - : EW AWAY $100 REWAED. f 1 A!TAWATfr6m the subscriber, at Dalton,' O.. fL on Baturay ntaht. 7th lnntaiit, my tifro r"n Pain. Said negro in about il years ild,abeut S tet 9 Iijm? b'ffh, wetjitm stioiii poana. brown eom- erectlv. be were when be left, ft daik colored frock ooat.sud brown cap. Helms a brother In Chitta noora, and may Neither lurking about here, or en doavotiiis to make bhj'wsy to Middle Tennessee i whrrc he wsa ral.-ed. 1 will gtve the above reward for tho bny'ii uppreliensioo and delivery to Kobt AH. Clark, of Atlanta, Ca..o f:r hia eotifinement In lail so that 1 cn get iim. ' . JAMES WILSON. , r Any iutoiniatlon eoaoerniug the buy, cau be comiuunioated to the Rebel olTiee. . nisrlJ-lm4 A. J. tUHALSOX l.8, riBKt.K, : HAUALKON PIItltl.K, COMMISSIOU-MERCHANTS, ! -H . ' AKO- MAtMut . ' ' " FAMILY C.ROCKRIE.V''-" " , , rROVlhlO.VS. , , . . : , aud COUNTRY FttODl'CK Market St. 3d door North AUrket Ilouse. Refer to business men ot Chattanooga. ' ' ' ' marlUn "'' AKT FEB SOS" , WANTINrt'a Hiibititute, can hef2rr.hiked by in qnlilng at this ofiise. , ' ' ' msrl2-lt . ..-.( '. . . .'FOE SALE. 1 ' LIKELY Neirrortov. U years of aim. Enquire of .itcb'iWtfl ' , D.KAYLOB ; ii?ER & menifee; ;r " l-RObl'CB DIALERS AKD . tUJlIUISBIO.'S MERCIIAiVTJJ, , i ' " MoiPBKKSaoRO Tbnm. , .' r Oct.J8th, l8C2-Jy ' f r ""taken up -"'r ND committed to Jnll by the military apthoritlen at CbutUnoosa, on the 3d of October, 1HWJ, and more recently committed by an acting Justice of the Peace for the county of Hamilton, Tenn.. on the l'Jtb of December, 1-62, a negro boy, calling his nuiae JOHN, and says he beloiips to Wm. Jones, of Wem phle. raid boy is black, 20 ysara old, 6 feet'3 Inches (high. Tbe owner is" requested to come forward, r rove property, pay ihurges and tke hlra out ol jail. deeJO ' J. H. KWAlM.Jailiff. FAEM"AK3"kESIDEI,CEF0E SiiiE. IOFFClt for salo my lartu and reslJnaw, located 14 milts from LaFayette, the county seat of Wal ker Ce. Oa., and 18 miles from the W.i A. Bullroad. There are three hundred acres, one hundred and forty cleared, lenred and ready for pleating, the balance well timbered, there is anest framed dwelling with six rooms, and nut booses complete. The lam la a large framed buildiue;. with a good running gear at tached, for driving Thranher and Cotton Oin. Tbe stablea are .new framed buildings, with cow and hheep sheds ci i.pltte, and in good repair. There Is a good vegetal) Ut gmdeu, and a fine orchard of choice apples, peaches and pears, with a choice variety ol grapes Ac. Tbe place ia Well watered with spring and well, conveniently locnted. The, location la aa healthy aa csn be lound anywhere. Any one wbihlnif further particulars, will apply Immediately to , fchl9-lm- K. W. IlUSfcKLL, -! ' UFsyette, Ga. OFFICE-OF COMMANDANT OK CONSCRIPTS, I - - Knoxvnie, March Id. 1SC3. f Enrolling ofTicers will not turn over to officers from tbe army iu recruiting aervlee any conscripts collect ed at the place of rendervoua when a comity is callej out, nor will they turn over to sncb ollkars any con scripts which they may, at any time arrest, but will send all anoh men to tha Camp of Instruction, to be distributed among the different rcKlrnoiits., ; Knioliinir cUlcers uro lurther directed not to respect any certitlcntes of ornployment la the Nitre serviceuhi from Cnpfutn J. J. innie bearing cme aunsequcnt to tbo 19ib of January, lMii l. All peraona employed In said service amca the 10th of January, miiBthave reg ulur detail papoia frota this oOic. . . , .- Hy order of mar7 3w '' . Lt. Col. B. D. BLAKE," l;, i v '" Commandant of Couacrlpta. ' .To Slioemakcn and Leather Finxtsaext. ! rtrCOb.I) BIIOKM AKLIt.4, and aew Leather 1JU Jiressem, can find en;ploytnoiit in tlus tiov ernment Slrnc Kaclory at Atlanta,, tia., midor the di tectlon of the undersigned. None but good hands need ar ply.' Those furnishing tholr own toola will have pri:K'rence. s . ' '- ' ' " Boldlera,desUlug to work In tlila esUbllahmetit muHt urocm-fl their own details from their command Ing oflloers. ' . O. W. CUNNINGHAM. ' IcblS-lra Major AOm. am reward. - RUNAWAY from the promawa of the autiscriber, at Walnut Valley Font Office, Hemiatchie Co.. Tetiiiesnee. on thenlBht of the 25th Jany, 1HU3, a ne gro boy named Dave, about H or in years old, 6 feet e or 8 inches high, weighs alsiut 1 26 iounds. Ho ia a black negro, rather eburp faced, long mouth, thick lips. Hn sAys be was raised In Kentucky, hy a man named Fliher. But waa bonbt by me aoout 7 monllis since In Hanihiirg, f.outh( aroliim. Ho says he was brought from Petersburg, Va., to llariibtirg. Had on when ha left, brown jeans pants, brown jeans coal and black c'.otli cap bis coat bud ou It, whit bone coat button, and tho clotb -out ol which blscoatwaa made bad two colors in it, a pait ef it bebig a darker brown.than the other.' I will pay 1 1 00 reward for hia delivery to me, at my residence, tn Reqrmtcbie Vo. TenncK'c; or t"0 reward lor b' eciifloenient Io any lull, so tlmt I can get him. JAMll.-l M. HltW'AUT. - . STRAY FONT. A, DAKIC bay P05Y, a stallion, aged about 12 yearn, wUh sdjleand blanket on, slipped his bridle, anil bain-re lew uays since ana esirayea. a reanonable rwarii will lald tor bis ri-turu to (lis reldencc of Mr. Tho. Ibiffers, In .the North part ol the town. . . ... I man 1 W I ' ' TOBACCO ' : rHAVE, and will' always keep on Imnd a tarfff mnnrit nr1l HMlrt'fl fnr'b til Vtt. rifiA f!. Tobaccoes, of all sorts and grades, which 1 ter for salo U retailors or kiiUlris.at a low pik;e.at bwl'k's ojl siauu.opiKmiifl 1110 1 roduju-iiivp vioircn Jany. 27-'in ' M BRADT. "530,000.00 TO EXCHANGE. ! ; HI I It TV TIIOlHAMIIiOI.JJ tit I IN GF.OItGIA f RKARUIIY KOTE3 FOH CO.VFKT. ate niouey, at current rt'. .Apply at Tunneil II ill, lia.,W ,. J.B.bHKU.. 1 ivuri-Im ' " 1 1 I ; Fatsttkvilli. TrsKaira, !' ' ' ' ' ' Kebrriiiry IS, 1ki;3 I' TNliOI.LlSO officer In tl Mate of Tenures!, AU win at once enroll ss coaie:iii.U, all ftllcem In their foiw-ctive (licti ids, who rny be alMfyt wlihwl k'sve lioiil thrir cninpands. 1 'he tnnilliig ofiki'nt in ktnlJIa Tennr. will ind cb-m-rtf tlve roll of the eiticers soenrolle,! to tho OmniauiUnt of Camp of liistrootino.at l aye'ievll'.a, Tennessee. Ine enroll U.g cittoers !n Eiml TennBi-we, will iwnd similar W o-iptivn jo'ls to the ciinniu.uisiil of coswcrlpts, a t.tw.tvilia.TenwwM. , . f , t l&t Da I'.LA KF1, l.t. Col. C. 8. A b:l2l 4 ' , t;.nd toi Con. for Tenoewe. t n. h n Tenniwe i,ijiea c-;py onr wei k. ' '"VIEeinA'BUT. , '. ' I HAYJt. a nil H of Yrlnl Kilt, w'.irh I t'-ep on bsnl conirtanlly at Vt (U.piiT. It., athwick a ua siauii. 1 ' aK.ihhui. I Juny. 57 i-n . ' ' " ri'lTIC". ' ' DELINQUENT Tat i avwe l"r i-fWsU n1 Co.iri ty fa I ta tl ctittaow I.'t..trii-t, call anl ,j the s;;i niilioot il.itr W Jot'!; 1' kji:n,at io i;oc..i.;:i'jj uti'-.'wbo is ami. isii ts ?r-ii ft t'.i a-..9. ' i rvb'u t. u OAfcMixrfir.r:, T Collector, llj-i "''jn Co. fV.1 if It? V lL.!!!JL' 'J'. J . SUBSTITUTE WASTED. IX)Jt one of good character and health, god wajrt . will La pad. ipply to It. Geiitry, wntrliman a i;. t. it. n. lpot. liuarm iw'j L CMBYlCAIiDYl- TTTUST retiitved aerftal hotdrel pnimiTs a?irteJ cia J dy, tor sale wlioUwle aud icUil, by marlO Iw f W. V. nnorrn. Ui.ycARTrKi DgriHTsiKt No, I, ) -" - Tulliihcma, Tcnn.. Fb. S7, lfcSJ. I CENERAL OliDKltij) , . . . No. 8. . J ' . I. Frequent Inquiries at Ihee Ileadoui rters. Indi cate that cumlieis of able boditd men hsble to tou acripbioB, are atill employed in diflorent dejwrta.vuU Cf tbe aioiy Bjtaimt orders. II. It is thcreloie snuounced fcr the intoimstion bf EnroIJli)inji er,lhit no militaiy tmp!cmenl o any kind whatever, exempts tbe employee from being enrolled. Applications for nipllons mimt be dec U ded by the Enrolling officer, no other parties being locoguited by the department aa having any control of tbe matter. Br eommund ol tlenl r.sioo, (Signed) ' F.H. TFIOMSON, A. A . Gen 1. OFFICIAL - 8. A. MohiNo, A. A. A.OeuT. marlO-tf ' m TO HIRE. I HAVE a negro boy about 12 years old to Lira the undersigned at Maj. J. L. Hopklu'a. Apply to msi sil0-lw W. BECEIVER'S SALE. CITY LOTS IN CHATTANOOOA , Al YAL- UAftl.K HKAI. r.STAl K IN IIAIHILIUN AHO BLLDSOE COUNTIES-HOUSE 10 W Kit 4c. BY virtue of decree of the Confederate State a Dis trict Court at Kaoxville tor tbe Kastrn l)lntttct of TenueMe, the uudemiffned will sell on the list b day of April next, at the Court House, in tbe city of t hut tanooga, the following lots, and parts of lota, ia said city. Lot No. 20, ou llaiket at. No. 19, Market at ' No. 39, 1'oplar St. No, 60, t'hentnct St. No. 61, Pop, lar st the North 2.r (set, or the a W. fourth, of Lot No. 20, on Market at., being part of what (a known as Wie 'Taylor Block" the North half, ot the Month half.of Lot No. 21, Market st-aad Lot No. a.fcoutu ' Ueorfila Avenue. Also, at the same tium aud place, Nine Hundred Acics of Land, In the fourth Civil District oi Hamil ton county, occupied by Mrs. risrah KoRcrs, adjoining the lands of J. tf. Anderson,. C. D. Luttrtll, Curwell Hall and others. Aluo, nvo thousand aeres of land, lying la Tiled and Ithea counties, on Waldou'a IMdge. Toinierly be longing to ileury James, ol New York. And six IhoiiHtfiid acrss, IvIuk on Walden'a llldge, In Illedsue county, formerly belonging to John H. Mcachaw, of New l oik more particular doscrlplioa on day cf sale. A No', 250 acres, tying on t?unibiland Mountain la the 1st civil Distriit of Llcdsoc county, fmrutrl;' be longUg to Moses II. Dunne II of New York, part cleared wUh IwocaUiis.and au apple orchard thereon. AUo, Ave thousand acres, lying Iu some county on ('iiciberiaud Mountain, foinvrly beloiifdng to Jaegb W. Horton. cltiani of the United States. Alno, at the tame lime and ploVe, two endleM-chala rtwo-hotse power, with Ihiei-Ling Machine aud Fan comoli'.ea, tne property or aneu eiu-miea, bow in ma possession of A. C. Van EpM. Terms of salo, Cash. Cou'edsratca Notes and Bonds taken In payment. mariu-iua 1.0. ui.i.i, ' . Itceeiver. $25 REWARD. T5ANATOAY from tha subscriber near Trenton XX Dads county Ga1.. on the 12th day ot rehy f inst. tnr necro bor named Jorry. Mi boy la aton 5 feet, 6 Inches hlc,n, fielgha liO lbs., blJln cheek nones, thick lips, color, very nines, x win payrij for thA annrAliaiiHiiin aud dnliverv ol said bov to b.m or lodged In Trenton Jail, ao that! cet him, and If sj noy is caught without tno limits 01 sam couniy.and delivered to me or lodged In Jail so that I get hlm,M will pay ftny dollars.. ,j B. BUOCK. icoi-ir, CITY TAXES. - . TnE Tax payer will please call at the Recorder ' Otllco and kW9 Iu their property and polla, Jot city taxes, for the present year. JeblO-lm JOHN P. LONG, Becordev. TO SHIPPERS. DY Uf STKUl A0 ATLANTIC IIA1LROU) IN eonaeqnence ot the extraordinary demand made upon our ltoads for tranxpoitatlon, together with the existence of a state of circumstaucea over which weiior var agents csn bate any control, notice la hereby given, that the Western & Atlantic, Macon A Western, and Atlanta A Weat I'olnt ltoads, will sot hereafter receive, transport, or store any freight from sny source or authorllty, until further notice, ouless ine owner, agent, or snipper, at mo poiut or snip inent, ilrat slfiiia astipulation or aj;reeuint, mile ring (li ltida Irom all ImliilltV. miii JOHN B. ROWLAND, ' bup't Weiitrrn A A. H. B. ( ISA AC WJOTT, I'rest Macon West.B.E. . ' GEO. O. HULL, .I' ; M-i .-. Hup't A. W. PL It. B. Atlanta, Pth. 25, im. --- - -y. . Before any goods can be shipped, the owners, ship pera. and 'scenla, he to accept the aUve condl- tions. i Alt lielfcht arriving and orT.riugat tbe Chat tanooga aopot, la subject to tha above conditions. mara-lm- , W.C. CAMDKN, Agent, ' -f. - . , W. A. U. It. niESlSSlPW C0TT0H HOEY WANTED. -if WInT KIS.UlMPFl - ' ' ' COTTON MOSEY, . 1 ...... ,, febl9-lnt 7.1t .conniN. Important to Enrcllintr Odccrs. ; " 1 , CUAtTANOOOA, IVb. U, 1HPJ. . flHR order of Col. Bisk com-.ind.int of eroscrlpti A oOmrliig $'!0 reward for the arri .-t of e.otiei lp.s entitles enrolling otIUiera to the rwanl, whs tu naka the arreal ooiiUinplated by llie order. Each Enrolling oftienr la required to muk a d' crljitlve roll of In nine if, aud iorward It limrnvdiHUl taCI. Llakn. Ofllcfrs of conucrlpt age, can ratals tha ofllce, by promptly SHrolllng and kemting forward very conscript with In tln'ir respective diHtvicts. Jons I.. iiorKiNs.ft.il. ;., ' feb21-4w . and Sup t Kniohlnjr Officer. - East Teunewiee papers mif f lour wcrltn. .. ' .TIDAL ASDLAST CALL. , s ALL those lndbrt!d to the aibs-ilber, by Judgments. IKts or acconnt, If paid Uitwren this tlinfcsnd ihe Crut of May, can py l biupluwtorit all wiio full to muke paymonL sgsinU tlmt ilnw, will find tloUr claims In the ham. of an onioor, lor colli-c ttoti; BiU-r wiiiob time, nothing but a legal tendir will N re ceived- i . , t. . K. A. ULAKH. marJ 2ra . . NtW AL'CTiOS AHO' ' COMMLifiTON WOpS, wo 102 mih r., LVNCiiacao, v. ITia nniterxlfrrwid hnv aso'x lutsd Oinnirvs tug.M U. er under the at,yland firm of Jam's I. Noott A Co.. for Cie pnr,io.i ot emdnrtlng a general AUCTION and COMiil.;.SlON Kl.lMl.N'K'. They hivs tented that lsre ami th"Jt building, No. luJ Mln stiTel. Lyuclibmrg, Va., law-ly oj-cnpifd byJno. T. Davis A Co., anion the 1st d.iy of Iwemner neil, wJI Ik ready to receive Mi'cUudin of all kinds tif private and Buvtlon siiles. They riUoltcohis,niaciiUi ot Msa ulsctured and iinnkl'irr Toleee, howa, H!hh, Cofice.and other Uer-t-", I1! t otion and Ctto Fahrl'is of all grades, Wooln Gnnds, ino-"., t boea and liitber and all other goods ummllj c J 'red f'r sale. .Tb.-lrllrvt Auction will tuko p!c at an early (lay In Imretuber, of which d.J uMh., With catwlojue, will be inihioihed. ! 'ibrynMpeeU'illy roA-r K tha toerchsots anl bul. iM (una LU'ttiuond, putorshnrg.DsuvilUi audoitt. newt er cities ol the toiiih, whose aid mi rrpKriKioai ill La diilf Bt'iwht'l. JAH. P. P.COTT.t . Of the J' fln.i rf Jt tin t, Dv A Co ) . N flK.MiY V. BOCOCK , , v. . li, vaui;u-:ii,- r.-n.li'.rs of tbe Ciim df Bixxn..k A I'4ii4, i The 'eoner.S 1'f Unci, k It rarrCih, Yt, t tr- f . will Cui tiuUS at tf. OKI ex Kl. !dH-Uim ' I'.'K.'iA K A lAriIt'.r.T ) jQ'.'A .'-hm t; r1- it n net, J '' Cl.iifii -.! 4, VcU 11, 1 . i. CCTJZrN'UM .-1 I- I !!. t I'.i'f am etj.fl' '-J to M pod jo t!. I'm; Vc- i '" '' r , i t, i . in sol Si-r U t: 1 ,!, ,.' 1 S' witr.ej m 1. Io Im !s f-.i (.o.-ri..rr.i-nt lt- ;' tf i-y h.aJ, n f v r i.'(.iius iii not t t- (', - '" s t-( ii i'-'.'y t. -. Me ti.'.-'i 4, i c, l.i i.: .f wi'.a a "C. ' ioi;i-i,'4 n. F.JO.VM'. ii ,1. A I'M as.