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TH!' DAILY RKBKi,
tr Pi-ri- ordering Tni IIxbkl by mail will plewe bear in Kind that we will not receive any of . tbe sb!nplateri kcoed by the Alabama Innrancf C-'npnle, ccr tbsss Uaicd by private bsukem In Montgomery or e Isewhere. Neither will we undcr "take to return Hlitnpljutem grot a, after fi publi cation of th'g co'f-e. , AiT Petsnn receiving late Northern newspapers will jrrrtly t.blige n by the unt of them. The. geo erl ilcty on all band:,, to hra the la'est intelli gence f.-uro the enemy' conn try, and the absolute ser vice, which the d!Hemiuu.tbn 1 such information in calralaerd to accomplish, nhonld enll to the atU nt'.n ,of thoe along, the front of our line, Kiddle Ten iicssee, tbe'valse of late Yankee journals. We are willing to pay eb,. or Urania ' HWally for Mich fa oi. " ' FRIDAY MORNING, MA11CH 13,1863. The !atc aonouueemcut, made by North era telegrams, of the capture of Viclr burg, and gilier operations of a marvellous character in that quarter, - were doubtless dcijigneJ to perfect nod certainly do keep up he consistency of the military despatch es from the fur West and the Valley of the .Mississippi. According, to the Yankee preps no .battle of significance has bten lott outside of Virginia.. Where ever there bus boon a ehanco to belie the event, there have tho Generals of the North exhibited q pertinacity of falsehood truly degrading. brom Miwsouri, on tho Mississippi, in Ten- nessee, they herald tl:o most enormous vic tories, wLicfj, it is needless to suy, novtr occurred except in tho brain of telegraph- io o commanding oflivcrs. . Tbe volume which records The .Tabled of tho War" will certainly contain a number of' pages devoted to tho operations of tho "Grand Army." Uut these things deceive nobody t and the end obtained, or nought to be ob. taioed by them flow ratbef out of their fro-, quency than their art ; for tho best of then lies, as Swift said of Lord Whurtoj!) "urt defected sometimes iu an hour, often in A day, sod always ia a month." Tho financial egg that our Congress has been incubating ha3 ''hatched out," and will, in duo time, bc-rupning about pyet tha country pickiug up taxes. Wo have not it.i provisions, but it is understood to Obit fur tho ptiyuient of a. sum ranging somewhere between niity and eighty .mil lions to bo paid in Treasury notes. It onr agreeable duty,, therefore, to notify the people to prepare to "shell out," Thcro grsatbouuty in thialavv. While it reduoefc tho national doit," it nls) reduces iudivid.. ual expenditures, by reducing the volume of. tho circulating piediuru, and thereby re ducing the cost of articles necessary to liu- " man Hustenance. At least, such is the ex position of the financiers, and we shall hold it true till it proves itself in practice, or explodes 'itself.. Tho hypothesis assumes thnt there will bo an'&i&pie' supply of the necessaries of life produced, and tliut the reduction in tho amount of. the circulating medium .will bo absolute and permanent. Tho farmers will take charge of the first part of tins theory, and will sec that its conditions are fulfilled. v As cotton is not an element intruded in it, they will, of course, not undertake to increase tho bulk of tlio' provision mpply by the extensive cultaro of that staple. Rather, they will devoto their attention to the "hog and ' iioiutny1" stylo of production. , To rnako the reduction ia tlio volume" of currency absolute arid permanent, "no that the theory of ehnap living tnny bo justified by the results of tho law, it was ncoessary- tlint a nrovmnn should bo inserted wheru by no more money should get Into and stay in circulation, This is supposed to havo been measurably mTocted by creating a system of funding the government ex penditures as they are locurred. Hereby the' debt though paid in treasury notes, and bearing that form at tho outset, isi re quired, within six months, -to bo converted into one of bond?, besnug a given rato pci cent, liy this expedient it ia proposed to abiiorb tho Treasury notes, after the firt hit months,': fat a. they are issued; the publio debt will bo t: o n h t.i 1 1y funded, and tW quantify of cur nicy become somewhat 'constant find umlorm, The amount of cur ronov U bo left in circulation is to be just BO iiiuoii, su KO more, a win answer me purposes of the business of tho country. It -it ii . in not to be expected that on the, first cMi mate and experiment, tho men atTiieh tiioud oould hit upon this amount to .a nine 'pence, so that everything desirable kboul flow out of tho law ui Its first days' ope tiou. Hat it ia confidently assumod thnt when tho sixty or eighty millions are paid and the brmdnUiTs aro ' grown, anil tbe Congress gels another lick or two at it by way of Amendment and improvement upon observing it deficiencies, it will bring the country triumphantly out of tho eeiihla'jF 1mv;s and morasses which it was rapidly pet- ling Into at ilio time of tb meeting of Con gir.s.' The plan, it will l Tbfrved, is a very l it, Itf one ii it nature, but a very n mm ht If. wuvrption. ,lt coD.iiits nimplj in funding the public debt 03 it is created. The mode adopted is ingenious, inasmuch as it avoids the old method of issuing bonds and putting them on the markst fur sale. The government fhfct pays iu debts io its own Treasury notes, bearing no interest; then it turns around to the creditor, and proposes to give him interest.bearing bonds for th notes. The note-holder accepts tli proposition, and the buirj.;S is settled. The goodness of the Dote and the bond is the 8Ame both depending on the solven cy of tffe Government; and tbe. interest which tho bonds bears gives it'grtator val- uo than the notes and induces the exchange- If the cohvernion of the Dotes into bonds were made compulsory, it would be' sw irjnch tbo better. This process, it is readily seen, could be made t cover the cDtiro public cxpenJi ture, and relieve the people of all present taxation. Tho tax. however, is tbe ab.o ute payment of the debt so far as it goes the funding only poMponcs the evil dtiy and really increases tho burden by l.eaj ing interest upon the principal. It is true economy, therefore, to pay as much of our expenses as possible as we go along. Six ty or eighty millions looks rather Jormidu b'ej but with a circulation of near five hun- Jrcd millions tho people will find it easy to sy. ' At last, t'tn merely taking out of one pocket and putting iuto the other. Upon the whole, we look upon this law, as we understand its main features, as the tno.ft wholesome of all the financial scheme! which have yet been devised. To tha' clans of persons sud there is nu?h a class, igainst whose, ink rest it is .to pay principal, and against whose principle it isto pay in terest, this and all other tax measures wil prove unacceptable. tVjJf We learn from tho Knoxville Keibtcr. fhat the celebrated Wet more lamm will bo ol ered (or aulo uude.r tho Nequentratiou Lawt mi t'h S I nt of April. 1 ho IuikJb aro t itiluleil in Polk county, celebrated ; inexiiujiHti bio renouieea of copper and otiicr .minerals immediately at tlio base of tho mountain, ai tiro point where the beautiful IliwuKHee K a paBBijigo through the 'hi!fi6vee. In". t8;")4 ihey attracted the eye of that shrewd specula tor, M. Wr. Welmoru, who "at that time wai i lading largely in real tsUte in and mound Nasliviljo.-und who, wo beliew, wuh ono ol ilio founders of tho fair c'ny of Eilgliuld fhia Wetnioie, however, Was u man of I mitei- lueatiH, but of groat lamo, and seeing llic ;:o peelivn advuntagen of tho landu and wutui puwtr under coimiderutiou, immcdiutoly brought them to the uiteiiiiou of Win. S Wet- more, of Ithodo iuhind, the elcbr;i'ed million airo who, in auiulo enlemmmoiit, could rivai l lio nobility of England in tlio I.ivIhIi cxpendi t tiro of bin thousands. Wo ulluJo to tlio cele brated cliumpt'tre k'iven to Diekens by him oi tlio oeeasiuu of the. visit of tho uiithor to the United States. . Wetmoro caught at tho idea of tho estab- linlrruotit of a manufacturing city in East Ten- iicbbco, which ahould in future bo the rival o! th Lowells and Lynns of his own Now Eng land. Tlio purchase was made, but like man; other enterprises in Jiast Tennessee and olhei poi'liona of tho South, the original purpoat was tiot carred out, lor leuaons obvious to every one, that is, that the South beretofoie iiibtead of relying on herself, and co-operating with thoHO who would have brought prosperi ty to her doors, lias boeu content to bo "the hewers of wood and drawer of water" to that same New England. . ftsjS Quo Of the Yankee prisoners hero yes .erday, ahked a guard il be knew "where a teller could get a drink of whiskey ?" Well, no, said tbo ragged custodian -"but stranger Jtr kin git a fust rato ai tikta of tin-' pentino round tho Conner, an J reckon that won't piziu your bluo Ktontachl" 'What does he bay.lliU? said another pris oner. "Why bo watnted 1 hhould drink ubcoui ill of turpentine; "eller wamt burn' us tool; wihh to h I was all ter hum! '' ML Mallit, the celeb uted iiuvivalist and tatlior of tho rlondas cpmnmmler, whert a young man tossed up a silver half dollu' b Jt-culu liis destiny, "Heads" tho pulpit; "Tail!.1 tho stage. "Heads" Won, and tho world lost a llaniik, but ' gained a Whitfield.' We can decide onr destiny that waylmvn't got "1 arj hull dollar." llavn't le.lt tho roughness of urn in a "cooii'a BLre." ruMr.Johu ti. 'Ihiasher, of Teias, has beo appointed Buperii tendoiit of the Tele graphic News Agency of the Press Assot , lion of Ihe CotikuWalo States. We trust In will bo Thrmhvr enough to separate tho tele graphic chaff we have been in the habit ol jetting, lroni tho win at to havo received, bin did'nt. H'tjf Tho Planter who attomfds to raise cot ton this summer instead of corn, will run more risk of starvation, than any ,0110 else. The Governaient, (if tho article is scar'ao.) will be bound to seine tho coin in tho planter's crib, and tho pork in his smoke house-; rather than ae the soldiers trve. The Philadelphia Ledger ivea a de tailed account of tiiiiiierous iuka of bloml-!:;:v.vd- kept and tftdufd by Jrff. Iavin, for running down truant conscripts. What a lie. Ji'If hiMm't got s dog in tho world ener-pt a f. w puppies Van IWn cn( fined for him, the other uay up about Spring Hill. CoUA Mrs. I'arKiilla. 741; Greenwich btreet. New York, wanis to adopt a littlo girl with b'ack eyes, pged 13 moi;tlt; ?W two ina'o in fants, from one to eibt months old. "Hufler!iltle children Io come unto iiij" in (.mall fars'i'lvi. 8.13's .Mrs. I. , C'T A New York paper Says that the no toi ions Georsre Sanders was acleaUv i:i New Yolk ttJ.ont a Jbiliiigh't j.rev;oKij to his ucpar iuio for Europe fi 0111 Urtlifix; also, that h was tno cut bt of a well known citizen en Mtir ray Hill. 1 ae tSu A good many paingraphs havo been printt-d about Lincoln's havinf,an officer to oing to him at Ai'lk taiH, ' in bight rf llie Mght ki-s dead," 'the song of "Jim aloiitf Josey." It's about time be was ringing bis "Jim. along Josey Hooker." tZf Manyare deceived in brilliant, fanci ful people, b'caiisc they do not koulile them W'lveH to look beneath tho sparkling. KUnace. for tiio de''er crro:il of fueling and paRHior ih.it flows st-rt-nuly siluet and coneeuhl, ba . te?" A convention of propriek;"h;o'f;wccklj newspapers having been proposed, the La prurigo Iieporler hnggests that if meet in Ma con on Thursday, the 9th day of April. Sifxf Gen. Hooker, the Northern paper say. is making himself popular with his men by feeding them well "That's right' Joe. Kutlei iln-rn well. It's about onr "hotf-killing time.'' .--.. - 3" Patriot J'aiinei ! every grain of crs you plant tliis siiminer is a blit in fuo bean of tlio ewmy.ol our country. And that's 1 li-iuler" in twenty words. . Jit)"- A Court ol Inquiry in the case of Major iJeiH-ral Lovdl, meets s-doii at J.jckson, Miss Generals lit alinun, Gardner und J), tiytoi), fom- poso tho ColU t. R-fi, Win. I'aef, a meiuber of the 33d Va., ib'Kiment was shot last Saturday for desertion IlK'lue'iscnt in "Pact!" d'iJTho Yankees 011'ht to change tho name if Spring Hill to Spring-trap. A Young Lady's Visit to a Hospital. A orrespondeiit of tho Atlanta Inteyigencer. inionjj oilier n,i..;.;0o.ws 0f tlio camp, gives 'ho following, in -which a young lady undo iiek Holdinr were tho chief ac'tors : Tho Doctor wafl doing the pallant to a ritirn oer of lailies, who had visited his ward. One if the young ladies, to whom I16 was most ex piisitely agreeable, was distributing tracts to ho convalescents. Sho slopped by the bed ido of a poor, thin, miserably dilapidated ipecimen of a sinner, a regular hospital rat, and brgan a cnnver-ni'i' n with him "Poor fellow I you have been sick a lonir time, Ibuppose?" " les 111, 1 ban t bin with niy rldgement niJi inter a'year. truly stood L'uard onest since ( niino out. I an't had nary well day sineo I left "You should iihe your' tirnn to read these 'nu-ts ami the bible, and try to bo a Rood sol I er lor the nest world. Do you keep a diary?" ''Yes'um. I've had the dirtta, right pecrt, ibout six 'months, that I hain't bin titfo'r noth- hi. I took a heat ot truck, and a nower ot lector's stuiffor hit; and now I have a power ed misery in my side, and n. burtin in my hack, and I hain't got nothing what's dono me ry good tiMyit." , Invasion ok Sokor'a bv the FnE.veir.Tho delegate (rom New Afexico In the Yankee Congress has received advices from El Paso. n Chihual'ua. that the French, SHOO stromr. had captured Guynian, and were uiarcliint on Mnrmosilla, thQ capitol ot tho Mexican Plate of Sotiora. The reason assitrned for thisinva. ion is aid to be in cnnHeoueneo of "Governor I'equlra confiscating tho goods r,f Frenchmen rd banishing them from Honora. . Gtiymas (pronounced Ymrifi) is said to be 1I19 finest pVirt and harbor on the Pacific coast, nd Hermisilla, tho capital, a town of consM- iralila Importance. Tlio climate and tho nmitry, about there is represented an vcrv fine. ' ' friS"" J.liionicu'toiu in New Y. rk. it ia stntorl has resolved itself inttMbihs of bejli-s, married md unmarried, ot twenty each; and once a week II ey meet t sip egg-nog imd choeola.e. 'lil.blo Irosted cake,, possip, imd ostensibly iiirtkei shirts for the soldiers. Tho clubs ore .eciiilly exclusive and are the rage, but the shirts aro not numerous. Gti'ulinum. "What tho fiend" does a woman onro for a hirt without a man-In it? ttf'X- Wm Oilinore P.iniris. in bin now. novel "i. titled "Pa Idy Mcdann," proposes "Apala oliis." as tho poetical natn of the Southern tn Confederacy. From (ho jvay the Yankees talk about hang ipg Southern people, wo supposo they would iko to call it "throat latch ia." EfTu But stiMmso corn should run eiit wh .t then ?--; 'icon Tvlfji tfiph. Pun out after it md fetch it back. v - TIK PASTf.RAI. I.KTTKR Or THE RlllOPS IX TIIK t oNFKOKKATK bTATKS. I 110 lillglihll Cuiirell man. nt J tnnary H, piihbVhes the Past., ml Let cr of iho Conlederato liishnps in full, with tho following comineiit :'" ., It is characeriMtic, eloquent and important document, and baa not been previously pub. lished here, we believe; but its skillful gilding over of the "doiius ic institution" of slavery calls for our rrntest. ' 'I he N' ew York ( hurcb Journal, timmiumir to publish it In the next number, says of it its wnoio wn rihi spirit are nolile and beau t II ul in tl e extreme." Conversation heard on MerMian and JarV m Itiiilroiid, ut Chunkoy IUver. Dramatic IVvsonm Civilian and Soldier: Civilian Terribbj s'nahh nid How manr . .... . . - i- i i . ' ( persons vi cm' iirnwiirii nrrer Soldier -I hey cot out twenty eight tiodie Civilian Think tlu-y are all out? f-'o'dicr No. Civilian (strrtck with horror) Whr don't lliy gll lll'mi oiui Soldii-r Trouble, sir, tronb!o! Cv C nir tbev'woilldtrt inivo eot Ihn twenty" oi-b t mil but th'V wanted to mm) if tVey bud iapoi$ lt Mobile Tribune. RtroLCTio.VAPV Itrms. On the Cth cf Octo ber, 1775, a rcsiTliitton. was passed reconm. end ing to tho several provincial assemblie, and cornruittees of public safety, to arrest and se cure any person in .lheir repective c.oloiiies whopeoing at lai'g.in:ght in their opinion endanger the safely of the colony or the bber'y ot America On tho II tli January; 1776. Congfesi crde" ed that pei soijS.rel using to receive tho-Cyiiti-nentil bills in jmyntiit, or who should' pb hbnet and discourage ihe circulation thereof. hoiihl, on conviction, bo detined, published and treated lis an enemy, of tho eotintjy, rind be precluded from all trado or intercourse with the inhabitants of tho colrmics. . On the 4th of March, .a rcoiutioii was pass ed leconi'iK.'iiding a general divarmiiy ofdis afTenttd persons ihruiighiit the cohHites. On the JCih April, 177C, it wis announced to the council of saPety of JIary land to cause the person ami papers of Gov. Eden to l3 seiz ed imd secured in conseqiietieo of a beliel that ho had been c.irrying on a correspondence with (he Kritish ministry dungeious to the liberties of America. U. '7,nirs. Z'-jjr Tha Mahall Republican has an ac count of the capture of the notorious traiioi Martin 0. Hart, and twenty-three men. Hart and his men wore of the Jack ll.iiuiltou crowd. Lust summer, if wo icmemher rightly, ho led N'orjhern Texas Avith his squad for Missouri. 'I here they Mitcred the redtial service. On tho lCih of January, Hart and his iupii u'!e-,ir- 'd in the rear ol our I rco near Bifgar Ji'ml mountain, and enptm t-d and paio cd a ntimlier. t'ol Phillip Ciump tho next day got alter him. Me encountered two of tho command, and icpieseiited to them that ho and a body ol incii were Texas refugees on their way to join 1 hut, and .desired to-hud li.s . c iinp. Hails men believing Crump's statement, conducted itim to the camp ot the tiaitots. They embrace Hart and twenty nvo men, ono of whom wne killed, and another, it is supposed, got away. Matt, with twenty-tiiiee nu n was taken tVo (hitibt not Hart lum quit enacting trea n ?o Texas before this fine. ' son Tim l.ovoos Indkx All ti i.-n-Hw of tho Cnniede- rule citie-e, are eiiriiei-t'y rq lasted In furward, at heir em lie-t ennvenieuue, an) iiilnruiiinin rt'lxtir' o tlio uiilif'lry iiinvciiieut mid eiunlit i-li of hXi rs in Aint-ii-M. 'ibeymay n ly upnn ttie nnwt f 'oriiijlous rfi-itiiiiiiriH hi'iiin; b-ein-d ; that no naiia-s liiet vailinir to Mcntillc ilina wiil. under any ruciim .tiiices.b' rcvefli'd. An c"iuiniiuii'HtiiB. hnwiver. ivlll Iju nritli'i d unless autncntii-ated by rfpi'imilile nrne. Soiitliern vew-pippn tif any date, avid tie iwul and ai:ceil:ilile pr-nM. t l-or thf eo"Tenifiice ol tlio Inuix s nistnnt fun. -icrilirn. all tlio receipt for au'wciiptions autiifd ti.v iiny ot the 0 cal repit-Kfiitttives, nr 0 illlliilii'incd otticcrsi f tlia Pi'iifi-deiato Sta-tea, will Uo reengmzed at the Index Hce Biihu-TibTs iii the South will lnv their pthersun- ilnd lliriinpli d nrv tlntze, Km', tho C'untertenite SintiV 1 (una creial Ap nt -t l.oiid'111, whn Ih'h kind y tendered Iuh cervieen in tliN rei-nect dtirinfT the con tiniiHiice ot thold ickade. tMili!iiitiou, 2(iH. per annum post paid 3Qs., payi le in xdvunce. Al1 'iiiiiniiinieitioiiH an business ti Le addreed. and r(i-tenn:eoiot.r. onyiibln'ta, J . ti. Hiipkilin, .1 llmivi'iie str' rt. Sleet jtreet, Liiimnn, K (!. Am ncy ter the Continent : 0. Vrnvlsr, 270 Ru Kt. Hulioro, I'ii 1 is. (.'Imrlcstoii t'otirie.'.. '. 'i ho Ai iuy of tlio I'oIkihiu. New Yosk. F ebuiary 24. 1 lie Times' fiieelii! frnni iVustiiauton statin that (Jen. Iloi.ker h m tii'eu is the city, and .is tn-duy 111 coDHiillatinii ith the 1'i'sl tleiit anu'ti!i'retuiy ol War. 1. ute HcenuiiU Irmii ilio uimy ol tlie rutoiuuo uidl- ctt'a ureal ly improved ili-ielpuno, and ffive promise 1 u iiitum eiuuiv-ney uever imioro kiiuwii inera, l:x peditiiniH me milk inir hikcchhiuI Ii rn yn iipuiiint tht en einy, UHjiluiing auppiiig, aiid gaining VJluiiblo-iiifoi- inatn.n. HmiiKKlinlt KO'irla Into tli rutl tiniH ha nearly tor minuted. L)i'Niit,i;ui h bocoiti lnir a aeriuiis inttr- riHe, and h raindly ilitiiliilsliin. -'l'U.. , ...........! il. !.... f)l..1 1 1 110 !iri(iitrui. wijiumd 111 minus i;nuf ii iii(;uiliauii ids lair tu doHtroy tut iicrtiiuluie llmji inning braiicu of treason. Our m:imtinjr system in admirably oitrnni.od, nd t at we uro ablu tn know ionielhuii? ol tlie position, urci'.und nlitiiM of tint ii-IkiIh, Our cavalry tirin liax Mured tbo i;einT.il iinpnivemeiit, and now, under Uen. htoueinun a cmuind, may solely lie aaid tu pi il la elliciuucy Unit of tbo re lei Stuai t. Dratu CaWskh by Swaij.owino Falsk Triitn. On Sitturdity afternoon an inquiry 'was held at the Prince ltegent lvein.Mile KiiU.reapei ting Uio ceaili ol M.try Harrington, a;d tltty-six whieti ociurred from Kw.illowing a plate oi fuii-e leein. Jani"n Me pheiis naid Unit last Tuesday, deceitMed, while W.ilk iug aci' ss tho loniii, put bulli hand to her' breast, aud uttered a piercing scream, lie caught l.eraml Ml need I er 0'1 the sols. Ha thought shs was In a tit. and inn lor help. S o died almost immediately In lreitt aioiiy l)r. J. lieilly said lliat lis was culled in and found deceased had j iht died. He took I rum the trsehe.t . fulne tooth and a portion of tint metal pl.i'ff-. There wan the corieaponding portion or the metal nlats llxed tot e palate, 'lliu metal watof tho com iiKiusst uiiitirial. and was no still thai tbe nail d-aid bo eaKily put tieouxh it. It was highly dangerous to rnauul'actuie pla'ca oi such poront, weak metal There was a lump of ginger ir. lit mouth, and no (linibt tn biting It lb" jilata lirol.e, and ceceaxed swajlowed il .-uddenly.and died from slew sutlucatioii. The Jury returned a veidict ' "'I bat deceased lust hor lite th,ou,ih nil'.f irtiiuo " Kngliah papeV. Tiir Trkss AssoriAiioN. VVoHee it slated iu one nf nut exchanges that Mr. J. S. Thrash er ol AtlaiiJii.is nniiouncod as tJeueral Mana -cr of the) l' ess Association. The gent Icinan rcl'ened to is not a fit i 7,0 n ol Athmta, but ol Macon, wo believe, and is well known as the I'm :uer publisher of a jonrtml in "Cuba, and was lor Boinetimu conucetctl with the preHB 01 New Oi leans. The VrQfa Association of tlu? Cotifeilenicy was loriun.ito 111 securing lusHer vices us its (ji-'iieral Messenger. v e may eon ride nt Im lo'ik now lor a better system ot tele- gr.ipliic tnlclligenro to tho daily press of the .Siu it. Tho Mr. Thrasher who resides In At lanta, ittid who is so well known 111 our biute, t.i ..if 1 . - h to have caused tin) inistau.) reiorreti 10, is Ir John J. 'Ihrasher, slias, ('nirsin John, bv which fiiniiliur mid airectionutn -appellation hoaa more widely known. rl'i"t In. Vvupiiis DAUt'KSHSoTvrmi. ,The Menii'lii corns iidinli-iit of th rit. I."tiis I'e iiblicsn, umlor dxta ef FelirlllOy I'11. 011m upi'-fl'iifi. ui-m , 'Memphis is k ng. 'iTie in in In so d t-p thst loco- . ...1. .1 . ,1. .11. .11- l-.l.. . nioiiiiii it almost lii'possibie. Hie very an-sniD-ia'a .. t I II.I...A.. II. t. iK.t K'nlT ..n ll. lira liuui no'iioi. u ' "i " v wat r efg '""ru u-h vii puipiy, a u ng ex .... nf iiiiuMv cemiint. The place Hi st II eruwdi d. 11 it quite ni) m nv soMtcrs mu il, but still euoi.gli. I'li- lwiiMi if negriws sevliied t- I l . iif(l. 'llir hotels are ciowdid, siiH". cheering to relate, Ihey are tr.i a tn swiMove tbelr r'-piitatioii. Tin mmlnii ll..hi urA Iniliiiatioii that a lleet nt liout will Iw n'Sil ed t-i iianspnrt one or Iwi m ire divis ons by- lha riv Tim li ven Is Imill lilig, the amoiist f bil.l , ,ino UlMff crippled by mud. i'" ta l w..ltlii(i lor (-hiptnent I" eonnKiersuie qiiannui-a, una inn peu slut OH is fcaraiy so mm u a w.i Rack riiAl.LKMiK David McDanie!, of Itch- makes a banter, for a match race lor f l.ltMHL ,t, '"" 1 V' -'"ooj' mini", . ' , . . -II I ! . C. I '-. ST ..!.!..,.. till IHO I nira 1 in"'; ' "j n-- lolf a mile, and on Iho following l nwday a . , I I -f.l n.lf.t ih..l lit ll.n mt .-.,., ni. i Mli'MO (lasu in a iiiuii, " " vvv.... Ti-.omLiv. mild boats, best two In three ror each race ho will juit np $.0t)0 with 52.000 foifeit. All iho propositions inut bo fceeept-i-d bv tlio saiiin hoisu, and the racs to bo nil f. ib rithiM of Iho broad Uock ( oiirse. Tlie Hopositi"ii to 1 kept open tdl the 15th Inst, " " - ....... ilciM-iirmlo routh CiviVhtinn. Ho was born in '. , . v- 1 . niiii. liilA 1.... tlllll 1- ni.M., ..- - - - j t.in' of a t-'oiitli (.aiohn.i ret'ioii-iit l-riwi da'var, and emigrated to liiiuois in 1815. A IlicrnitAM -General IlurllHit. who is ti'.W r AKMNQUFNT Tan r)-r n.r tl Ruts and Coos 1 vriniiiiiiini; mcr "tho pcopb- f Memphis, is a I 1 1 ly i'e,f (Kiii.hi tlie iMMmt WANTED TO TtEXr. HODSR. furuibhed cr unfurutshod. this oflice. App'j at ' Tennessee River Uottoin Farm for Sab?7 OFF Kit for sale Ct'U ii.res of land MtnstiM iji ihe I. 'If un sme River 6 m 1 Souih ti -t of Jm-per, i.njIU.illliiln.mKlii lillii.inil (ill the N. Si C It. It Thetvre ulioiit ' r.rrr nt tart. torn tu4 icluded lu ilio tisrt. wiih alx.ut 2n0au chared, andanitiex- liiiiM.lde supply of timber. iVrfieg defiling to par- Unn K- ill ftitilcf.'y mi. . ut JiiAiir. 1 iMinPf . mnrlMm .- WM.R.KANKIX RUNAWAY S100 HEWAETJ. O ANA WAY from the suturriber, at Dtill"0, G.. i, on Niiuray mfciii; .in lns-isat, piy rei-ro mmi Hnm. Faid rjt Kro in about 24 yeurn r id, aheut 6 leet 3 inches rich, weish" uboiit iii poundn, brow" com plexion, wtih decayed tt-eth. stands and walka vrrv neitly; he wre wiiu nn- u rv a aura coiomi ins eat, nd brown cap. lie lias u brother In Chstta iiooi-a. and lnny ve either luikir.R about licre, or en denvoiiriK. to make bis wiiy to Middle Tetinesjef , wberebe wan raised. I will Rive the above reward I'm the boy 4 gjipre'ieiisioii and delivery to Kobt. All Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., or for bis cimtinement iu iail so that leanfiet Lira. JAMK8 1LS0N. Any intoimiitien foucernlnff the ij' y.can be communicated to the Hebe 1 i fiice. nmrl2-lm- L . J. HAMA-I.SOM, - l. o, rlllhl.I, IIAItALSOK ri!UI.K, . COMMISSIOJI MERCHANTS, AKD 1KALKUS IK FAMILY GROCFltHS, '. ritovisioss, and COUNTRY rnODX'CK Market St. 3d door North Maiket House. Refer to Iju.-iueiH menttt CJittanoigiw marllm ANY PEBSON WAN'nN1a8tibatitiite, can herurnlsbed by In quiring utthis otliue. . msrl2-it FOIl SALE. A LIKELY Neft-vo Boy, 21 years of e." Enqnirf PRODUCK DEALERS AND ' COMMISSIO.U flKKCIIANTR. MCIIKUKEI BORO TBNK. Oct. 2sth, 1RU2 ly TAKEN UJP ND committed to jail by the military suthoritlat B.t Cbattandopa, on llie 3d of October, 18C2, and more rect i tly committed by an acting Justio of thi I'eaee b r the (iinnty of ilainillon, leun., on the l!ltl nf liecember, Wi, a negro boy, calling his nnm .IfillN, and say Le beloi gs to wm.Jonea, of Mem phi", haid boy ia black, 2U jearit old.B fret 34 lucbet ttuuh. J'ha owner i reuutsied to come forward r iuve property, pay cLaigei and take bim out of jail 1 dee20 J If. KWAJM.Jallv. FARM AND RESIDED CE FOR S aJ. 1" OKKi;i for halo my farm and retldsn!, located 'U itiilea fn:n Lar- ayetto, the county snst ol Wl Ker Co. lis., and Ibfc milea from tbe W.jc A. Railroad There re three hundred acre, one hundred and forty cleared, teiict-d and ready lor planting, tbe balarce well timbered- There is a ne.it framed dwelling with ix roouiH. and nut bonne complete. The I am ia a lai jie Iraimd. building with a good running gear st udied, for driving ThraKher ana uown iiin. ine Hiunlea are new framed buildings, with Cow and hbeep aheds cm. pic to. and in gxx2 repair. . There h a ciKid veiietabio saideD, and a fine orclisrd ot choice apples, peaches and peara, with a choice variety l grapes iu. The place ia well watered with spring and well, conveniently locitted. The location is as health) uh citu tie bnind anywhere. Any oue wishing further particulars, wtlf apply Imiuedwiely to fcbta-im Ii. W. RUSSELL, UFoyettc, Ga OFFICIiOF COMMANDANT OF CONKUUIt'TS, ) Knoxvilla, March 3d, MX Enrolling oflicers will out turn over to onV.ers from tha army in recruiting service any conacripts collect ed at the place of reutlcKVous when a county is called out, nor will they turn ovr to such ollh'jia any con scripts wldi h ihey may, at any time ar;eht, but will "cud .ill hih-Ii men to the (amp of IsHtruition, to be distributed among the different reglmenu. Eiiiohing i lii- era are luitlier directed not to respect nv certiliciiteH nt employment in the Nitre service Iroin ( Aptuin 1. J. riunie bearing yuie aunsequoni io th lDili of Jaiuiiiry, lsiiti. All poi anna employed in said service since tl.e l!Hh of January, must have reg ular octa l papers from this ouicea liy . ord'T tl mar7-3w Lt. Col. E. D. RLAKK. . Commandiint of ConacripU, To Eboemaken and Leather Finisher-. wr-kGOOD BHOEM AKEKS, and a few Leather, 1UU Diehsers. can find etnulnymcnt in the (iov: erumeot Klioc Factory at Atlanta, (ia., under the di rcction of the iiiidersigned. None but B""d hands need apply. Thoo furuiahlng their own tool -will have prelei-enc. Soldiers deahlng to work in this eKtiidishment muht pr.s:ure their ewn tletalla from their command ing onicers. O.W. CUNNINGHAM, . (eblH-lm " MajoreVQ'm. $100 REWARD.. , RRNAVVXY from the premlwa of tlie milwrllier, at Wulaut Valley Post OITlce, Sequatchie Co., Teunensce, on tho night of the llth.Jany. IHOJ, a ne gro boy named Dave, slsiu. 19 or IO years old, S feel Hor8liiclieablgh, weighs alsmt 125 pounds, lie is a black negro, rather aharit faced, long mouth, thick lips. He saya be wts raided In Kentucky, by a- rtian named Fisher, lint was nought by ms about 7 mouths since in .Hamburg, South Caiollna. He say he war brought from FctoisLurg, Vs., to Hunibmg. Had on whi n ha left; brtwn jenu punts, brown jeans eosl and black cloth cap hia coat hadon tt,- white bone cost buttm. and lis cloth out ol which hi coat war made bad two color m it, a psit of it llng a duiker brown than Hie other. I will pay 1 100, reward for hi delivery to me, st my rHNldence, In Sequatehle Co Ti-nuia-ec; or f.'iO rewnrd lor hia confinement In any ptil.aotlmt I caugetblm. JAMK.4 M. BTKVAKT" WVl-atn STRAY PONY. A PARK buy rONV. a stallion, aged abed 17 iciirs. with ssddle and blanket on, sllci ea bin liridlo and birln-ra tt-w days since and entrsjed. A lenfonulile rewsr will ie nuid t-ir hi rttnru to the reiidenco of Mr. Tho. Uomih, in the North part ol the twn. imaruari TOSACCO. f HAVE, and will alway Isup on band large I amount well stworu-d stock of Va. nd N. C, Tobai cues, of all aort and grade, which 1 c tier for sle U retailor or suttleia.ai a low pik.at Swkk's old afaiW, opposite the t'restjytvrun tlmrrii J.tif. 27 2r. U U'tADT. $30,000.CQ 10 EXCHANGE. 'I IIIIM V TllOt AMIM)I.Lll IN GEORGIA TREASURY NOTES FOR CONFFfi te money, at curreuk rte. Arply at Tuonell Hill, (l.,to . i. a. pur-ui.. mrA Im F A VkTrr ILLS, TXSNKXHItlC, ( b February 14, ls(j3 T?NliOLMNO t ftliert In the SUite of Tenueasfa lj will at once enroll aa const riptt, all i.tfb er Ir their rcivctive:litrti:I, who may U aiment wUliout leiivs lima dr tr coniinaiiA; The ( nri'lllng ofilcer In MidJlo leliiies-Mj, will tend disriptive rob of tin otlleers so enrolled to tha ('nniniaudaut of Canm ol Instrmiloii, at Kajettevllis, Tenneeseo, The enml'- Ii ir oflicoi tn Ijml Tontiewre, will send ilmllnr Qtm cnptive roll' to the comniandant of count iipu, a' Uiioivii;, ii'iiwssee. E.I). RLATAE, Lt.Co1.f;.B. A., lebJl 4 w Coind 1 01 Con fot 1 .nnejw-fl. 14. It TenneMacfl papcra copy four we k. VIROISJA SALT. I HAVE a small lot of Vlrtlnls Salt, wnlch I k'sp on band Ctsnitanlly at 25 cts.ptr. II.., t . Snk a oin 'll(l. M , HKJUf, JHV. JT-Isi I Sjrrrr" I UllLL.. 1 " and py the suin witi..ui .l. Uy to J-t r ILoog,t I ho iWiiSdiug o;,i:s. wti ; smfMi ised to ic eiit lor toe Minn. 1. 1, it T. L. (lAlit'f.XIKr.!", Till Collector, Walli;i.0 C'l SUBSTITUTE YAKTED, P3 one of Rood character and health, !-i4 w:-.r t will be paid. Apply to H. OaLirjt, WM!rhii'n at . T. Iv. It. be p4iL dailt)24j- CANDY1 CAKUY1- JUST receivid sevi tal hundred pound asMittd caa dy, tor mile UufcAiJd ittell, ly. aiatlO I Wrr'. ttOOPKB. . IUl'QCAHTIRS DErAIITUK T No. 2, : luiUli iniu, Imit ., r b. 27, It-til. I GENERAL OIlDtK-S ) 'No. 8. J . L Frrqnent inipiliien &t tbe Ik adipirrtciv, inJi cat that ouuibera ut utile IsiiTied mru lib' t i ren aorlption, are atillcDiplKjcd io di(h:rent d'ji,irtnn-liU of the army ajtai&kt uidcra. r II. It is tbcrcluia aiiDonnrrd tt-r t:.n In Tci niiitfi n tif Enrollint nflieera.tbat tio nuliUiy nnpldj mi ul ol aiiy kind baUver, (Xiaipta Ihe employe iro.n brmn unrolled.' Appllratioint fur (xeuipiiunN iiiiixt be dt-ei- ded by 1 ho Kurollinif effiwra, no iitlier parties being recognized by the ;k'purtu.eiit an bavin? any cuutuI oi the matter. . ty eommand ot Uea 1 lintco, (Signed) r.n. THOMSON, A. A. GenL OFFICIAL S. A.UOKENO, A. A. A. Gou'l. . marlO-tf . TO HIRE. HAVE a negro boy about 12 years old tu lirt A r-ply to the underniinied at Msj. J. L. Hoi kiii'i. I mailo-lw AV. K. MUNSKV. RECEIVER'S SALE. CITY LOTS IN CHATTANOOliA, AND V A b- V&BLK KEAL I.STATK IN HAJttll.lON AND BLKthOECOUJ!llKS-HOHSK l'OWtlt Ae. BY virtue of decrees of the Confedi rate Ststi a trlct Court at Knoxville tor Ihe Knxtrrn IMntilct of Tentiei-e. the undeifigned will noli on the 13th duy of April next, at the (Vcul iioui-e, io Uie city ot t lut tanooga, the following lotis and part of lou. in raid City. Id No. 26, on Maiket at.No. 19, Market st No. an, ropiar at no. so, t'hsotnut St. No. 61,l'on lar st the North 25 leet, of the 8. W. fourth, of Lot So. 20, on Market st.. be Ine part of vrhat i known ai the "Taylor Jjluck1' the North ball, oi the South- naii.oi iitrio. 21, Market at and Lot No.a.Houlu Georgia A wnue. A lao, at the cuino time and tilace. Nine Itnndied Acieaof Laildklu the fourth Civil District ol Hamil ton county, occupied by M.. 8,irab Uogera. adjnlnliig the lunds of J. M. Anderson, CO. Lultrell, Carsell uau ami l iners: , . A Iho, five tbowand acres of lard, lying In B'edHno and Ithea ctrnmies. on W'aldcu'a t:idge, formerly le. hnglng to IKiny Janus, nt.Ntw Ymk. Ami mx ihoiiHuud acrva, lying on Wahb-u'it ltlil.e, in liledni a county, formerly belnnglng to John II. Meschaw, of New York more particular decrli tlon on d.iy of t-alo. Also, 20 acres, lying on t'umbtrUiiil Mouutnlu in the lit civil lliitriit of Hied e comity, fnvmerly tie lonjrh g to Moaea II. Munull New York,pi.t-t clcuied with two cabins, and an apnlo orobaid thcn-oii. Al-o, five tboiiHand aciea. lyltig lit pallia cnuiity in ''nmlirrlatid Mountain, formerly belniigliig to Juab W. Horlon, a f ltir.t n of the United 8'aies. Aho, at the kame'lisie and place, two endless-chain two-hoise power, with Thie-iiiiig Mai bine and Fail, coinbl i-d, the projertyut alien emmlea, now in the' piwes-don of A. ... Van Epps. lertnti of sale, Cash. Con'edtvatea Koten and Honda taken in payment. uiarlO-tda T.8. CAMPRKLL, Itece ver. $25 REWARD. RANAWAY from' tbe anbscriber near Tretiion Hade bounty Ga., on tho l'th day of Fe'iy (iuht.l mv neirro bov named Jerrv. h-uid hov i rl.ou 4 feet, 6 inches lilgli, welgha 150 lb., high clierlt bonea, (hick lips, color, very black. I wiil pay 123 for the apprehension aud delivery ot said boy lo ij,o or lodged In Trenton Jail, in that I get him, and II nij boy Is caught without the limits of si Id county, a pd delivered to me or lodged Iu Jail so that I get him . will pay ntty dollars. B. UROCK. fcblX-lf, ;J CITY TAXES. THE Tax payen will please call at tbe Ttecordei ' OfUee and give iiithelr pro)erty aud polls, for city taxes, for the present year. JFeblO-Im JOHN P. f, ONO, Recorder. " T0 8HIPFERS. BV MiKSTKRW ASfU ATI.AN1IC HAII.rtOtU IN consequence et the extraordinary demand made opnn our ltoads tor tranportutioii, tilgether wait the existence of a state of eirciimHlanres over whicli we nor our agent can have any control, initio I hereby given, that the Weatnin A Atlantic, Macon St Western, and Atlanta h West Point Honda, will mil beraulter receive, traiiNport, or store ny height from anyssource or authorlity, until iunlii'r notli oh uolfss the owner, agent, or shipper, at tbo point of ship ment, first sigua aittiunlsiion or agreement, relieving the Ituadalrosi all liability. . ' liiiiuc univi iwii tup't Western A A. lt. It. . ISAAC SCO IT, I'res t Mai on& West. lt.R. GEO. U. HULL, Sup't A. A W. Ft. R.R. : AtlanU,Fcb. 25, 1803. " . : before any goods can beabliiped.tliH owDors.aliii'is per, and agents, Lave to accent the above condi tions. All freight striving and oirrringat tflVt Clmt tanooga depot, U nubject to the alaive couditiiin. m&ra-lm W. (J. l, AMi.)I.N, Af,eut, W.AA.K.H. Mississippi COTTOilONEY WANTEI), ' I WANT MISSISSIPPI COTTON MONEY, oall ob ' feb'l8-lrn W.R .CORR1N. Important to Enrollinar OClccrs, ' l. CUATtAN0OuA,Fcb.'a,lHG3. rPHE otdorofCol. Llakecommandiintof conscripts 1 oflicrlng IHO reward for-tlie arrest of romci ip entitle enrolling oftlcer to t he inward, when the. make the arrest contumputed liy the order. . Each Wniolllng ndiccr ii muuln-il to make a criiitive roll of bimuclf, ami loiward It limned lately hi wh. uiaae. wini'cr 01 consenpi age, can miulii tbe olliee, by promptly eurolling and sending forward every conscript within their r nm-ct lvo districts. JOUN Ii. IIOl'KINM, A. P. C, f(1.21-lw aiidSupt Fniol ina Oflicers. tS. t TennHo papir copy four weeks. PIKAl7AllDIjisTCALLr ALL th(se iudchlcd to tbo subnet Iber. by Juiluiiientu Dolo or account, II paid between this time, and ihe Ctet ot May, (an f ay I 1 slimpliiNters-rall who tail to make payment tgainnl ttmt tune,-will tiud Iheir clsiuisin the hsiids of an oltloar, lor collection; uitir which time, inHhlug but a ltgsl tritder will 1st re ceived. K. A. GLASS, mai3 2m NEW AUCTION AN r " '"' COMMISSION' HOUSE, no 102 main sr., LVNcuiiesii, ri. ' The onduinigned tsre anno, iit t 1 tlieiiiselve tuitelli--er under tho style and (Inn of James P. Hcott. A Co,, for lbs purpoKe tit ooinhie.il ng a general Al'C'iTO.N and COMMISSION BUMINi.'iS. 'lbey havt luitt-l that large slut cli :nt bu-ildHig, No. lu'i ymn s'leel. I.yncbburir, Va., lately orciipied byJuo. T. iMvm A Co.. and ou tbe 1st Wy of lteinusir next, will Ik ready to receive Men liu.ndise of all kinds' lor private and aiiklmn al . Tiny solicit .consignment ol Abu ulaclured and Smoking Tolmcco, Sugsra, Jloma-Mi'i, Coffee, and I other tlrm-i'rlea, Itale Cot ion and tkitUdi Fabrlra Of all grle, Wisilun Good, rfisila, hlns uu J Uail.er and all other giv.d ummlly t fered lor Their Cist Auction will Uke place at.au early d;iy In l.tecemtteir, of which dun Inline, with isUioguu, Will Ij published. 'IbeyrKsi.ei tlullyri fert) the.iuarrVuiU an J 'mil. lies lii(0 ot iticittuoiid, PcU-rsburg, Iiuriville srnl nth er cities ot tbe South, whose aid ani co-opnrstioe w'li I duly appreciated. ' J AS. P. SCOTT.' Of t?u It firm t t John T. Iiin & Co, . HfrNUY F. Iirti''ii,, ' " Vi il. H.PAi:i;l.-b 1 M'lffibere of tti firm of Ji-ji k ii I rria'.' Tbe conrern of IV.wk A- Pan Mi, y'. B Prlug leet, Will cobtlntlR at lb Old hlsn. I liuui,). Cecil 3l t IJiit;i)( K A pAPJl!5'.If. -I .......... . I 1 . - 1 vimi rue- i'l, r,ilIJ, IMIJ, I (Xlt'lZO are m titled tt,t thej tn repi-eri-d t) re ,poit to Ibe l't ivuartifruiRsfe-i ;j intiay tici'es t tut bse la Uii vicinity, aod ti wniand ma lo'ir.i.ld fi r iiiVfiriiitn-tit pi-i pily of o k;ud, s lln-ir iiM.m wll not he r-t. d, lii,!'-s" tl e l-ropt 1 ty l. H e et-Mh iwii, ami brautM wii a '(:. ' r.-MJ-ltn p.. F.J'IVI ', Jit h). A IVt U'w.