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,i , "Y-r ' ' 'ig u r THURSDAY MORNI ' ApRtL' -2, 18S3. v ."; Til .' Number 204. Volume i. A THE DAILY REBEL Frano. M. IPaul. THCR3D.1T MORNING APRILS. 1803. PRO IIUSTfTlLMC. IlrrriTiLMi, Ala., March 56. 183. la a letter written from Tulaeki, TeonoMee, I essoined the poci tion that a eittaen resnala ing if itliip tb federal lioee might rightfully be reeinired to abstain from all acta of hostil ity daring the occupation f the country bj theenesry. Thta la trne. pro Wed they ob. nerve the osagea of civilise! warfare, and do not tnoleat either the property, of the ptrson of the iJtitet.,bt when the enemy porstM) the course' now being' practiced by the Yankee army ki Tennefsee, they become outlaws, and are norenfUTcd to' any 61 tlc rigoia and privi leges of civilized warfare. It ia deeply to W regretted, for the aake of hntnaoity. that the enemy should have adopted a policy so pal pably in violation of all the usages of war, and should have given to this contest audi a dark and hideous sspect. Whatever may le the result, and whatever courso our Govern ment may see proper to adopt, iho fattlt will not be with on, and the guilt will and doe rest on them. The object of iho law of na tion' in requiring citizen not to take up arras r to engage in any acta of hostility ia to noften the 'rigors of war and to confine iti evila as much aa possible to those in ihe re spective armies, and therefore an hostile ar my holJing a country i bound to respect the rights of person and propeny of citizens who are non-combatant. When, howovcr, citi zen) do take np arias, or engago fn military service of any kind they loo the character of citizens and become aoldiera, ami it aeernn to rue are subject to all the dangers and entitled to all the privileges of any other sold icra, and consequently, if captured, ehonld be treated a prisoners of war. Lot they cannot, at. one and 'the same time, be both citizens and sl diera. Any acts of hostility, such an taking up arms or conveying information, will de prive them of their immunities aa non com batants, and will cause them, if captured, to be treated aa any other prisoners of war. It therefore follow that whenever any of ur citizen " during the occupation of the country by tb eotny choose to lay a side their character as citizens, and become sol diers, they have a right to do so, a d when raptnred by the enemy cannot bo treated other wise than any other prisoners of war are treat ed. So long, however, as they choose to main tain their character as citizens they aro re quired by the laws of nations to Abstain from all acta of hospitality. No Government ha the right to require any of its citizen to play th part of spies, an J therefore, if any citizen is arrested by the enemy and required not to give any information or amintanco to the op posite army whilst he remains within their lines, he-may do no without violating Iks obli gations to his own country, or in any manner compromising his principle. This ia very different from giving aid to the enemy or showing any syrnpatrfy with them. Trie one is the mere acknowledgement of a belligerent right, and the other is an act of treason. It is important that these clear and well eatablialied principle ehoald be understood, it) order that we may not confound what is really no off nee with wast is the. very highest crime. Whether taking the oath of .allegiance to the Lincoln Government wa an off of not, depends upon the peculiar circflrustance of each case The enemy had no right to require each an oath. It was not, Recognised even by their own Cor, gi es, was riot impored by order of their own President, and had we. been still in the Union, would not have been binding, be carme no private citizen of the United States can be required to take an oath, unless lie i ahoat to become a juror, or to 11 some office The oath would have been a nullity If imposed ope citizen of the United Stales, how ranch mote upon citizens of the Confederal Btatea It ia v cio war- wiin ureat Britain. and our citizen shonhf be compelled by force of arm to tae an oath of alleg'sacs fo that Government. It wonld be a nslHty.and would 'not in rny opinion bo bfsjdiitg either in the eight of God or tam. It I not like tai log an oath aaajsrW,beoafwr (aorertmitm ha a right to require it cjftrensto take oaths aa jurors and witnesses ia C)rt,and therefor to violate' fnoa oath. ! a ir S chance. Thane are tho .W wt i " ' mH h j. UDjcci mm a mitpi wui, -YiaJ jRJT. Sue corrfMndBC betwwen Oent.C-r tT 0& sound and correct. ITM I mm tZZtQ. Cat, oatha bispoaed By tU oc f CiUfmw Covenant wet not binding iMnjt(w jk aU the word, yet: I wbnld have'lQ glafiUj our citizen naa reinsea to tak then. The moral effect of saofiSctofltes eejfcl bav ben wortl. Krewtettal tea. AltrlOai-yWv ,a Sao riy fw tMrynm a. n.R2l re.anJIfltalelL wlUWhe "LoZl vet if Ifst-wsaasl wahdatt tUimrkWl ' I may sshibit aoVgnewisf mcnX tmrugmt will U wdrthy of all prre: 'boTf 'L untaril; tnont any ' eompolisat IsM-fP otti, are in as wuiorrsHC friTMnofLtj who aaaiated ! tWcl UeVt guilty of a WrteW,;fcrji letter q(Ad..-V 1L i l ft m I VrUi with dear pes M thlca our OoWTnih sM-t.-iW-vry Cos-rsBKtUT. BY GBLAP-VUE AJTTJ OHKBWISE. Ol DTT Of TI1K T. Cjiawaihw ........ .. .We4ilay F.sir. IlMivssn excellent tory npon niy friend the CIoteL r lW tra and loyal blood of thCVd;'fWndn is Ire; a veterau scholar and Trsal-mvci, as wsll as soldier ; erecf, com pact, with a brosque cQrtrteay, cap-cinlly at traeiive to lad e. Ths way sf it was this : The Colonel, albeit a notable humorist himself, wa over fond of a raid of wit upon tho Com inantUute. Tho Contnandant goo J natnred as a churc.i. deacon, but not so demure. The Commatidante's wife, (heroine of this heroic pmsepoeni) a litiile- woman, rather piquant and very rtly. not a whit jealous, but as arch ti a Portia. Well, the Cotnmandante haf a priwoi.er a female spy I On thi hint the Colonel spake in good round terms cf raillery durinjr a morning visit, -when my laly, the Comniaii3atdeYvifo came in. She in her houauhcihl cottuuic aud looked like a girl. The Colwi d bowed, and in the excess f hi Aon liomie continued to uaaail the Comiaandante, directing hi remarks to the good lidy, who took I hem in xoeHent part. There.fter wan a bit it pleasitnt leave taking, and ti e Colonel retraed hi way homeward, full f cherry- spirit and the glow of a mor ing welt spent. i and a capital joke vprm the Commandante. Time passed. Deilpatchcn came in. The day cloae I. The un went down. The moon roae.'mnd the Colonel hlcpt. Tho Sitxt morn ing betimes he wan to be seen over gvcat pack age of faper, with red tape and cnortnons seal. There w a no thought of anything but work! work! work! Tit Colon I was in Mometliing of a hurry, a little crons and very busy. At ten o'clock precisely a visitor. a lady was amnoniKed. She entered, and tt.e Colonc1 rone. 'Good morning raa'm, says he. Is this Colonel ?' nav aire. . It is ma'io.' replies he, 'what can I do -for you f She was in great agitation. A slender, lady like prson, in deep black, pate and evidently friendless. The tender heitrt of the veteran rnelte.l like wai.. Slie began her story; it was very brief ai;d ninaple ; she only d'sired jus tice; that morning she had gone to the Com. mandante for a pas to Here she pauatd. 'Well, rua'in.' says tho Colonel, 'he surely did not refuse it V The lady renunied. He did not rafuse. No indeid; a great dsl worse than that lie' gave her the pass and then (horrible to relate) made an cflVr tukitB 'ner! And at d (j.t thM point in the recital tlie poor lady 's heart feem ed almost ready to break) and, he lnl lia hn! Was there no rt-conrsc ? W:is there no rem edy T What vat she to do ? . Th'9 Colonel nitised. It was an ugly busi ness. He had hardly thought the thing posei ble. But it muntba so. 'Madame,' say he, with great dinity.'Mad sroe' a.ijs be, 'this snrpasacs my comprehen sion. - Ilelive me justice, shall b; done you, ihouh this oflicer is my friend though be has n happy, innocent wife several littl tin ausX:c:ing children justice, mad sine, shall be done you, on tnj honor! Rut madime, would not a comi-romine and apologies b better tor all parties ? It would aavo yourself the ml. licity ai;d this happy family the chagrin of such a disclosure. 1 earnestly resomniend a compromise. Think of this mat! awe, leave me your address and I will call th a afternoon and ace yoa. Dt let me entreat jou to com promise tlie matter. My lierouie h skated. She w irresolute-. If if the Coromtndanto had only tried to kiaa hr and failed. Dut no he bad succeeded. The Colonel argued, the lady silently wept. At iastitfter sinch elocinance, she agreed to take er Wave and be governed by the Colonel a ad vice and a compromise. SJx slid out of the Tine clad cottage like an angel of persccutioa in th dark daya! ThvCoJowel bent hi head in thought. Io yoa"lnow theMajor? An olegaat gentleinan. He rid a nuperl charger, nils hi steed m:eaMarmaJuke,aiid is never aeea en ditabiU: He- is, the prince oi good iaale, diacratiwit and good srise. lie i referred 1o by the young ladies as a f-afe ad liner in affair cf lote ; by the genllennii as a rare counsellor and friend in those of honor ; by all he lis regarded with respect! al afftictiot: Him the Colonel sent for, and together diey put thej head. The rsauJt of the little coua. 0il of war was Utc departure of lh Major witli embataadotial powers to the Ofiimaodante. fhat grave, but alas, erriujt individual wa not ? only an oC er of hia stsff. 1he Major re tssWy 1 1 tV Jnrr ale i t y '. 'It must be thai youug Bato'itajlie'uot the Comroaudant that young man lok as though b war the guilty party i-A . ft)sna he -were boru for such things and l I'm Hsjor tabbed his hand nn tlie glee of TVJ wl'l set tforfe. Thy are nvewea ai4 leir oil Jrmt-'T ' ' ' iMamwr ttberts t , rcaeaVtai fruaa wwtk. f anw ibN in diitsjJ-vty 'sh'Mi -vsaa tv farther . hwsinsxs done that liljfc "'Tbn tJSUi'ytt perfecRy d-m ralia andVthe 4'4oe1 nnnerved. lit sat befffr. .ia wl -flrTed grate ard 4ndn rat fled his fbolt ipjm Jk (Uo ; lie Uc:) wMtiSf l of ttbaj m. ' Rven tjiit nirjanj vrtiirje t dtattuc Brwn' by tn, frewVoharlaak ta ivi. &fjtWk Itihoepltally tt'I? passers tp mH trp; Halls sk. otl 4 CTsnrnaanoni ; ' ' a1SlC the sitirnoon ..1 4 ttisliriji vroc s-dtrr arid the tmf itm ray l4ebtMl be ohircy. staohs anw cb Jsto longer thadow. It was dusk. Th cli4tdren were playing in fl.e garden walks The horses were -prancing on tlie tnioon. Suddenly the voice ol laughter is heard suddenly the Torm of two gaily dm too ted riders appear. U the Cororuandante! The Colonel atood in the portico s fl.ey ap'proache Who was the lady? The Ccmtnandante wife, Poor thing! The heart of the soldier dissolved iu ity ; bm the pair slowly approached., A they reachod a point opposite, the lady reined in her horso and I fted her bonny rMHng cip. The Colonel staggered back 'tolonr cried nhe'I have concluded to take yoor advice. That little matter his been compromised. TJe innocent wi'e is satisfied, and the niospecting children areat peace tfnnl day: ami the wretch of a Commandant. s and that witch of a wife, dashed off at full speed ! . " The C lonel bowed his hetd. ' fie -ente "ft . ' i.i coiiage n iiappier ami also a wiser man lie mured long, buj he did not keep the joke to himself He corhOMnds it to m lis a theme for a novel to be entitled The Wire's Kctenor! Ah (.vcioknt ox tm RarranAKNocK. -TW following extract from a letter from Fradericks hnrg by an offiwr in Gen. Lee's army, relates npean4 inci lent in camp life, which, no doubt, helped materially to relieve the menot ony : I most tell von or an Agreeable f pisorfe In our calnp life, which occurred a fnw daya wince. It in acknowledged that the Federal", with all their (nulls, have somer-npiral lnuids in their ranks. Recently one of the orgaui z-itions came down to tho river si opHMite r'lederickfcbnrjr. anf favored out boys (who li id gathered in large nmntter to listen) with a variety of popolar piece, in the best afj-h? Applause bom the aridience oa each aid followed. The band then struck op "Dit ,' and ezecated ft in ft credible manner. At ita conclusion, onr eoldiers mt tipJ inch a ehonf as made the welkin ring. This was folio-wed by "Yankee PondleV when a bmst cl applause from tle Keleral followed.' Finally, tlie band nlaved '-Hone, flweet Home." a tnc-lodv which all couM feet and appreciate; and when it was hushed, such a shont went np from both arm ies as I doubt has ever been beard on earth. I looked aronnd me, and saw tear coursing dewn marry a furrowed and battle wi-ro chock and if the frantic cheer a. that went op free the other aide of the river were any criterion, our neighboring' enemies were much affected jOmrlotte (2T.C) Jittlletim, A Pircitssioii NzwiirarKR Or rice DraTsorcD Homo nine hundred paroled priaoiw;KH, taken at M urlreesboro and returned to our lines lio n Itichuiond, Virginia, arrived at Richmond. Iiidiaiia.cn Saturday night. Some of them weie nalivt s of Wayne county, and all of them ponied as to ihc ,pliitcal tendencies ot the Jffernenian, nliich, with each papers a the Chicago Times, Da; ton Ecnpire.and Cincinnati rnquirer, they say, are freely and gratuitously circulated among lb soldier. Oq S Malay, eveping about three handnsd sf thevn fH rm1 line aodinarcliRd to the -office of the Jefforao uiau. Passirtf a wood pile, at tit .word of command. "Sneuldcr, wood, each provided himself with a billet. They entered th M5ee withont mnch cereniorif, emptied - tltef CsseW, attend the type ov?r the floor, smashed the presn with sledge hsunrners, 'des'.rcyed the stock of paper on hand.anfl made an irrepara ble ruin of the whole concern ins. tew minates Ttis job was aocompiftshed very qiitokly. They then formed again, and were a boat pr ceedfng to demolish a small book andj periodi cal stoic, kept by the proprietor of the'Jttffer sonian, but were persuaded to abanlon that part of the enterprise. Cincinnati Commer cm, lt. - J f A Trot a in thb tyraisTs or Cisciitnati Frlr night before last tirer. belorrrfnr to the menagerie of Messrs. Aohinsori It Lake, managed to escape from it cage, in the butld- irtK on tSevesrtli street, near CoMege, ta which it, with its fellows, wm coffined, and walked leisurely out on Seventh ' sfrret, tnooticed particularly by any person soma of the pe eetrians not seeing it at all, as! Mlier) ssip. a a a . " posing it, tn uie aars ntss, i m w dog. The animal continued tint Seventh ti'eeH to Mound, not oQVsring to molest any e, and entered the yard attached U tiie lioswe neeu pied by a Mr. Martin. A littkadanehter of Mr.. Martin happened to he in the yard at the time, and. waa terrified at theaightof what sfajntoek to li a huge dog climbing the stone wall with cat -J ike agility, oaoils.ting ft long tail slowly, and growling tn a hoarse threat -eiiing manner. She fled to' the honse and alarmed her parents, who were terrified be yond bennn at be atght ot the animal and i he attempt lo enter the kitchen, at the door of which he sc rarefied for some tune. Iu ew womenta the keeper arrivsd, and, after a little trouble, srot puts an of the dangerou a a a a . e . a.. anitnej ana rttartien it to its cage. inn. Commercial. .ma '' TtSa Arasy emal Cli Cetttrotsand'a. A rorrew pee dmt of the Swtoe Ceavler, wrif Ing from th vtest.ssy - 1 t"alr. ya know. Is a snilitary post. From sjy ht4 w nd'w I ate fanhoat. ataaaibaats nnder arreauanajr safpllea sad amanaoitkm.asldieiV bimvti, a4 last. ami moat revolting or inrm an, ine rreedsses a qnar tera If I did ever bjaae babt a ut the puliry f aMiiirion of silvery, numanny snixiini at ue wuil emdKion of ths nevroe N-re, and JaMee fa ntrared by tee senag I be awaf rran ta4r hamaec Th- ar hudlled togttr in very Inal abMsasaftfiing and dvlng frvej rxKMar and tliseaw. Tney r .Irin at th rat ofafcovt a tfotea day. fma'l pox T very mat. maralaaj a eai i lain, hmdiac grata fr the arm) had.a jrsag ol Injr. aad ihey.wou a acor of IxMtroea aJl ni an Ce rlrr. II ! ould not wotk. A half prfwrm morn tabor tkaa ail ( taejn. laay.au wane to gu hxHM. aad. II tim s-oearnnatst woakt al:o it. ibey mini an oaa, . .wa ansa ium ajsm winaiini a etmtraat fn BgLi tar. teas, cloia and inry f sur mil trsarsakk. JVy r camped li nlai'l l 4 ew rising, aadlr "T PrilLrb'l,,Cr"'U beat asssaa Ism b ntlns. aad oa tra antlast sat it bar. . TAm 4 am aoastai. ra rtaatM a,- 1M M.4nNWtllB ssd tm M. a)Wita4isv'aMbj Dot nr ue sesraw i - ...r Lh TEIiEGKAPHIC. MiiAr March Nrr A .sneclat disnatch 1o Ijle Appeal, fJMMYlF.IMarcli 28fh. fW)".':Ttie tfe-rtTptlirie.m'of tU Ulh .yi mnl a - tit Deer V . W ft ft.M eek i rpofTt to jSe. wotlting oTiely . , Th .3- jr. .wav or 'ariat operation ia impeded by lilsing th orktnen. TJiejLnd(l4rrokat night The Federal balterie at Io . 1 V ui box 1 otl l ave been washed away m1 sii aimtiem. The Rct- 1 pV)i".TJ hi yepfoHed aT impreable during VanaKro.. . v- w . t - - i O-inorsJ StrrBner f dead. ' ( . . . ' Ths acalaJiei of the Vinoinnati Euqwiror m tHiibIts4 irajjtVtKc It ie reported thai th aaWawee BTward ef the $jSfffie)A ireftcheil piintoo.Coun- I fpnvfti, "intend ed for Braffg, liad halted at Knoivillc, the base of Kentneky movements. iloBU.R, March 27ih. The steamer Alice ar rived this ' morning froia Havana, having left there ou the 10th, with an ussorted ctrgo. i)HLt, alaich 30. Ad vicea from Oitolona say that the enemy is marching South in Tcii- neaaee, dewolatmg tarrn. The supposed aim of the expedition is Northern Alabama. from th Ym;t Cijr Jtunmtr, Ksn.lu( of Ihe Natsttts. Mr. norma : The Natrhet w4 nne of the flneot Ntranters ta th CsnfHI'rrt. wi frilre.l Ur Corn- mnr t. I. Itrown t be ntt-4 un with e ttrm for the SmfWiee M tli Ymttn rirer and t meet th enemy i weeenwooa. nuer nmnK reriTea s innuand it'wf cotton at VasmCttr. and s full supply oi weed, she left the wharf nn KrMy eveniti. She ffsi mi aennt three hfinflrffl ni anove n1 nn- reeded n her wsy to th point of cotjHVt, all tn hi I' plrtts, and hoping -frrel u rnm n-r eminent iKwer W had Tectn-l a piittt oit the Tu'o rlrr, etwsen Castleman's and'Hurton's, about eighty mlio aba T'o City, when the e-Htwi was dii. ovrred to ben nrv.ane hale alone showing flm or smoke. ' Imnsssiately the host was rrdered to W sttpped. and the alafm ' Are wa riven . hnt ta one minute the whnt HerefcnWon ws on fire, and pred so rapidly that aft hose of rxJlto(bio It wm ot. In the ntesnttna He'how hd wttii -k th left shore, and aom- jnmv4r, the pilot. Captain H bray, i ben rang the teitt dii. wnen ne a nn wneei, in raslneer renndHl and sor. her tern stuick th trees the right bonk, prevned down some or the asaHer ones, and 1 1re I mat herarne stationary. Ail oa board liad reached ttm .am. the wh Ur boat Iihen enveloped to flames, and In about flv mlmitei rrom ne iMa id siw was nm autcorercti. aii or nearly all the roahed overvrstd aa ran aa they could. 'Twm an awfalasoment. Ittrt nrfy all were saved, either r wwwnwlng- -r cllnjflar to the tr-es, rnonirh manv ra a arrv ehsnee; there wn no dry land t ha trmrvd.aod tnoae that coo 1d B4 gst beyond the ncaieat tree soSrad eonldrTihly from the wreck-: many esin'eonsMerably bnrsed. but all were iriII racoeJ by th rxerttoaa ot Mr. B'Jft-'O and rthr win troM)fht du;.ot. and k lhrm tth opjxwj' h re nTt twree whrse perins.orie of the enplnei un pawenr aamel Adkins I think , an1 a Mr. WlU .n Ufjetber wjtlt f Jnr or fte neitri. How she t(Kk Or. aonecwild ret!. first oieoverd It on the oatr hxir of Mir, and II vi then so s4l1.tbat but ftr the a-hod H roeM ham beett enstlv ertltifmlabed. but in Unvnue nothing was Hit at tbi trail. he was oolB best. and mtifht rsVe d oe noble aervie . Th loa 4. eeaay. bat w km re to be ttvt.ttll that 0 mwmj live Were saved. T. O. H. ' t.vncttCayai, Vs.. " BT1PLBB ft D1LLABD. THKseaior partaer ha aiietaM Mr. P. H. Dil nfl. Wtth hba la Lm (JtMKJUL. MU1H8IUM BOV(!a;.at lb old staaii ' tUM . ABtMwsoe. an aoBctU etmintBfiU A fiar. MoUumes, Oetbm . BMrcnaaxiin aao riwuw a'""r - 4oee aV Ms beat market rates- attend la nmtgkt ad delivery, an.l send sooooai amen at oao la th old ctJlissed n BMrcnaadts ana raouuee (iaraa. le su pr- sad at oao t th old cJlissed rale of taw tamm It baa anawered an extend! petn n whlob XT y Ban' rvperieoo wMh thi saarket, sad en pre -at iswreaaed faeitltwa, pr paras us to aaasi wiaa oar nanjs. I'fomptnna . r Liberal advaacea oa any aiawai ef Prod ta hand ' Ajwav oat band a fccavv vAock of Maaa facto rod aastj tffla )g TOBACCt). arrnted a raf asafrsi to aacaa be bad ta Virginia, tsar? ear BTaF'LEh a DILLABD. a be bad ta Virginia. a'PAfrTNlStmil' NOTTCK. The ao.ieriiBd i j TMv srii tlnMnaelvvn Together nnder the vtturaatf ins wr pibuuhiht a at attii iao, tot the Mffwona C emMrtlni! the nTXOCERY AMD COK MIWtrON ISrjwnvim", m I,ywrhtsrrg. Ta. Wm await teen eoasuntlv os band aa Ian asd rwetl aWtMftSw oek f t.ftOCKBXEB aad HTAPLtr Mr UOCIM, as ea be eMalsed, an wlQ pare rx pales mn ay oar uaaaaisii av wn ntn. - ' Cnvclot (he btvlneaa o th CARPI prtoelple we vrill be enabled to effer Hqeeemenn to dry anJ eoantrv tmrehaaira.ei.beT by wweleaam er retail. CcmaiBaBeta of Pbmr. Wheat. Cora aad all' etbe osnstry peeesnw fcvaed,' asnf pvuejpt nHersa Is f eases, a soon a saie are aaroe. Manumntnred a8eaolng Toeaeeo and Gnttot aj! a-radee always en astMi. 7 sslkfll a sane of the ptiblte aatronage. J. l tfOWfiORANT, deel74tm JAMEH MATTHIAH. Hsaaqra tm Vac. aaaCawsentr Brnstu. :il t liinisan r'1i - are h ss. 181, A HI-iafjinian.SH g msriumn from tb Velaa- Jt tear aaat macrta4 Bcirma. Army or Tei.nean tn i hia aan-SrSarlmenl . are kasroby aedrd te smnt. all eflsrl sa w aioreeinwM o wia .onpt m Th y alii coaties lo gather p atraffaleva and d aartatn, anal Wvn vwiaaitcara. aasu iarar oroera By Onaamaaal M. M AOKV.MuV, Ju Capi. . K. smawss. Cot. Comd g Uenos. iu g m a a a AtHJm- iDHTifl-waWj E7j ri ooi Atterttey at TLave, Clavani A grot aial l.rallc, XICHMiJlf 0 VA CH.ATat ef every descripthm sgsiast the ConfrV j ral frneavment settled with aeeamey and r"i natrh. Attends all tlie On federate Htta conit. held in tb tnt Mama. . Addxea Boa. 11 CO. jn22-I A ND committed to jail ny trio military annorit te Jt. at Chavtaaawaga. e"n"mierotorier. mjl.n-lli more raosally covamUted by. a acting J native ot lb Pea. , for th tuasty of Tla nUttm. Tean.. on tv l-tk of amc taaX at avasro any h say Ms mm m JACK, and that he baioag to 4 una rnoe. ot Sparta Whit eoacrv. Teta; Hahli nej omea. n yea t4d, i feet t mcb blgb. in swaer ta rjm?sted l ovum forward, sreve aeoprty, wy rharrea and tak oiia out oi tau. .. . i i BS7AIM. dfll iailor. DISSOLUTION. - - Cvrrrraraw a . Mareh T5. 13. rntlKBrm af alaamntkeda v in ltwy dam.lvel 1 Allda-suW lthAna " lay paid Joti. U Manrr 1 . .5- trx wx ,n -! 'a.UATJt:R., .. JLtM ' U - . ' rtfftJl- OkUrb A WlM. t(Ti tOTrto'eJa.a tharml.isaaadthe mtTTilllTEtADCS Ta sr ,vk 7 fTVTTrt V r "a-icd ttiuir&.hftt.h i Mk Kfaai. Jka. ,. ,yCA)J ' T Fltrtista n,a4 Oardenen. MtMtu rukvatYVKO Istrne, No. S.I . A I lan I a. Us., March M, 1'vi tt.L pnr-haed at thU Depot Ihe sred ol th Uknfles Poppy, tn amaH -qnantitw. ' Oe.OUi.KiwIUACKIC. t. rr.aita-3a; ' fturgeon-A strtlH al Pnrveor. C.ti. A. To th Pobiic. . 5 MrMrit rvnrtvirfe lvrnT. Tto 8. -Aitaai', 4a, ainrct. lt. ) IOTl LKS and viaJt, -f ail kii.4 nur:hacd at Jj Dr-pot. All donation, hjwever amall. will be grattfairy received. Thar are Waey bat lira lylse aboi i idly. In private Immum, whicu il sent here matirrially aid tfc aid th worktrg of thia departBMat aad beovhl U ckSH4inrv lihOUUI 8. LI.aCKJE. mfcrl3-lw Sorgeon A M1i a' Porvryr, UH.1, To Iht I.arlif.t, , UtMCii. I'caraviso l)rroT,Xo.5.l Atints.tiNu. March 24. InCS I 7 A DI fvo! you raa rswrter Mnilal are fc the gj Ctdracy at Mux lm i y interllng '"awr elvtn in I he etaTliTatinn of the t;rdn Puppy. 1 re spectfully req'ieat Uton al iflh Mndtaat I) pan sjemt by i lani.ng a small corner f yoor garsVna wilki th m ed oi th plant, or send to ma anv oaantlit ot iht IB roe oaa bocui. 1 nff itwjaU oa to ttiktar ot-Vhel I'oppy and coliecuoit ot m laio Iruaa -tl canui, will Im i heerh'lty sffor led by Votir Oned't rVrM. liUJIKJKS. BI.At KII. mii29 3 Fnrgeon A Medical I'uiveor. O. H. A. S30.000.00 1 0 EXCHANGE. I lllttTV TIIOUSA-iU tMlLI.AHa IN r.KOHClA THKASUHY KUl'Rrl W)l t'UXFICI at. moier. at rmrrnt rote. Apply at Tnaoell ti ill. (i..to J. 14. MMK1X. : mail-lto ., WAK1IP. A "ROY to cook f.ir a Hi- -f ur 5. Fttr luatrntati' n 'apply to hT)raht lnlTIn, Vo. C. fas. 1f e Bait. r. K. aist2:i:l FOR C090RESS, WE are sothried nd r,'ii d Vi anmsiitre Hou.hAU. A. h-Mll tl. ol Bradby Cvia y am s rtttrtlilat lot the (oleratc Congre, tra tlie third lliatrict. Dr. A. WAJKJYMAK rniiKoi a. kccoi'tiiK ty KMflTKD hia oSJca to Main atUone door a IV K.nc toedy'a Lrug Ktora. Ij4 07-law3i!l LEIPER dc METfEFEE, . raoorrc ocalkrs amo (iMvininv MKBriiAem. Moavnaesnoso Tttm. . th. is? iT Oct. "S0METBI9G HEW." lofl Bktab. Herd tvaas sead. mm from Th. to J SO Orchard " " " ftooo 8taiah eegar .15 area Jat quality. LaK-tft Maiebw. 25 Hixe rboic amly. (la ZOib l Ufa.) 900 Pack lirouad Peas lor sale, Ibr raab. hv niai.l.lm JOh- K taV IMCai -I'M. SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. bUBnCKTPTION AJjVaNCKD TO SA PKK VtlR: OW1VO to a farther advnnee tn the price of pPr aad the 1 1 tkl nl upua iar aaly. the Piwprte i-.r renfirctiul.'y Mimououra th-tt from nnt.altr the Ut .t MARCH. Mie price for the Klfcl:I AMKtRItnK ail. le mh folkia : pnr one y-ar..... .t4 For ata nwnih. It.' o ddut-iiua made toaluba. and ni t-ab-o riiitKiia raetvee tot is tnn is ranth. Postma tert win ITr,.,re - d le"tlEs wtH TaTwmake th pa,r f atrBM. Xh , fc.raaHie iorv If fiUvwad 20 per cent. a aeretofore. atrtSM.lt t. The t ha rasing tnry-t- TMEtaANDOLPBi, Of It A NIK) LP H HA1X..' all, bn oemnwW in tha ltMJi nasaoer. Back Mauser roalslning this inir.ting romsnee. can ui't1i-l In Ihe same numir win be cotnmeneed th thriiliog Prl ie nuvtM-ite of . mn a son a n , 1IIB LOUT WILL. This vrill tnn through several nnmberaotth paper, ai will be c nraM,m b anginal Tales. ) an Poems by ib, I , bra ai.iera ia ihe ensntrj', A only a nied supply ot paper can oe naa, live canon is a" a a a a .a i limrtedaad tasa a warning Haaoare thia faenrit fa' tlv tinner wouM do well ti uibxrribe eailr. In making remittanrea le paiticular to stat the Pot OMre. Ouoiy and Htatwr snd to send imi local ahiupiaaier. . . , . ; , ! t GmvB rnsr , . Angtasa. Oa. llAsOiilC lMEEPnm. CLEVELAND, tl''f. ttee. A. sjajawMamarw, PrtalMtl. "HH r? pert feixiea e thin rMatlrote will eofSaMW r.a lae VlU&l MOKDAI' JsasMry Issa, nadir thai direvUon and protfwsurahiavof the Hov. Mr. MrAd ' kaw. who baa hcJ cbarfje ef it rur th kaM ( awathn. - - . .! Tbalroateea ta awhiasj thU sisas weaM Sktat eaueclally appeal to all eitiaen who aavr daaglmeva to 4eamr, a aamd tftem a t Mi. AracUiaar baa bad charm of tla bw 16 ifnnth dnring which time b baa rmtdered awioln. an:' vn lnht ear. eaivemal natlBmi-O) rrnsiras. patroaa and amrHla. Tbte sever waa a b tm ti ne for men to edncnt their danghtern than aw Msjaae iana?u iuhJa twrsaav raiae MM tnto price, and th TyitVm to thia iScbool I tsrt aatn trait U wa wliea evtrtMnf waa at law r " VVWazcnaa eau lb aa laj tavW f a SDSe WBS Sg letts lo educate bis dsngbterf None. aVcamthrn. in Cmveland n b altv-v .e!"Ty; wa have an imairate. with an excellent ltru:Ur.ilah a nuflemwt oo t A(MMtaat. to inatiuct all Vbo V fVr fc With th.Pir iiatn.nairo It oo hfl all liut their fcald te iM.aaiaad bnUipairhlicUlil a1 h. .koUbbi beit b n and aa bunor to r towa. V tve the (MirMIng ami w hve t Teacher - baUiM dsvetve aama m snsB. Me aaay ThaVr a an tSainkfal k th ltmWa tbr ttlSf patrtu as tamtkiwsd nsesi sir. bradaaaw ?kT f nam iii....ii N.Ar naa aaain nimiaja o ine tnaiitniion ua ao mat ny iinw'-r xy ot theen viable taMTJtb,,,, tail on It aaaUmed tn "to better any c He." relay of th Kspnbl . . -f i TERMS OF TU1TIOK. Primary liepartnteaa. tM DO bf : tnanwn'ia rTKimaatorv " os " I . . Fre.bmau,i;tas . , I 5Vphomor Junior rnior " la M oatr . Piano. Cottar ov a a w sai I Thonntgh Ra-n UeeMa .Ae 24 00 ' m:i and otnor amaern all liajsaajrna. ;-. - iavniaii ree...,. ........ i ,i- .. L e . . I lalt in in urnmweDtKi iwpj i"ul f-- - ) tn :Af .l tl.a. Ardinarv lirice. ' rtm rn le of iymeiil i one- :-r lh in i. Mia nTtt tarm. OJiil IB rBva,uni ia JhaaoS caa ha baal Jm star it fimithaa, nod at eoaven ieat liuarding boesns kept pnrposrly lor yow; laoi at tieaowahm ratea. -t4aglng- tmm tli to ffc pe. tnoaita. ti. W. PAMfJS. dm-SO Hecrtrj aad Traasnfar. ivcAr "run? FinSritfM ' ilMI T.. M. tr1tK(rw 10BAIC0. BOXES or lhy atari! 4T " ' TOBACOOv- Valnahl tWaVMOwj Aojerrtj fw Mai. HA Tit, and wttT 'ntwayn Irsep on bawds larf f orTts l mM the place Wtatro t rL. ia C ..tu I anaaM vmU ' aaaaartsai stash of Vs. and M. . J , jaSafaa.maaan ; BMa wndam a eotp. T--f, pf lt -rw and tw-Kv,- Or? rAa lmim mT tAwaora. aad other vamahW city a..p .a. tamiilmemsssmisn.stw leer svvtw. smMrw ,ra. k...a uaa arai imi Mil i. . B0LDIE&8 A JJl Knrgaona of HMiilai. ilf-aa oir. Me aa tX Vi iil. Htry UukJms. lad i 17. Ut l-oaiili, . Krotut ky.abd Went to Piankljit It SeptrLih-r Ua(. vn r-Aiitat la tn )ttaiatrnte arUy, slnco whion tin I e heard nothing 4 him. lie m .ut.tt. i. th' aVmy aaavrwlter. aaieaa be baa hn knU-d tn l.att.. . ar h gaaa iawo. a ra-hilal. 1 eoold n-vr I u nhnt regiment la ja.aS Anv ilUadof rai-if, other ira n. w!to a rlva ra int i mi-u ot tin boy, i: do m s grt kiada. an.) rel.ev thr ul 'ety ot a afit tr-1 eautbe. and mir. ) aiiiiDn ta m coaoaraiag hm. aait divectlqg t Kiia4gM. lii JA8. !t. nOGBtOS. Ate't rtuts-..fi. nearit-lm ' Biag ll-a Hal. TO XU.RCHABTB k fiUTLERS JlST receresd aad tor at mw tOKegaftoda. tAO the. I&dkco. ltxiu- Oreraratnt. auo - Yeflow fmlau. 0 " Tewetlaa lUd. Togeiber wits a ta aasortavau of rmr A Pr 8iua. t. R. KK4WKH. vrfc 6"F A Retail lragM. Ullmk!! eWdaf trom MUcbeU rt ms ot tb Uotean Moriar. AtaaU.lia trbM E0T1CE. TTr1rtirTrrf-rwnirW1ll AvaoAVllie, Mari-h 3i. ( rpHK author Hy for tt, aytnit of ibe n-tu:ar X eat ana in fca-a Te4ie. againat tiw t'aru-r-maitrra Ivpi tmt-iit . ha teii traai nel t- Ibe nn drited. and tb atettioi ot jrti Wdingatirh clattua alic to tlie iLHaing itfltiW Uaved from the Treaaary dpaitrarht : Coai-rsot.iss irri n. 0.-t. 34. IHo2. If. TVbfiirvrr iopriy haa lii Ukea aoi u-r I r' trona ss aapilioa by filer a torn. banding dB.-f 1 1 n: lorling auy c.nDiiai'iid otTto-r in ootnaasa-1 boan by his ik.-DMiurc. ta-tn ot a iiti!a', f that ol bia Atuutat.t. or tKat of a ii iartrrn.a-U-r tk-iomiaaary cr 4br au:hirial ffi. er, ur abea a apptSNMrntetit ao ol "tcb pr -'ty ia aifoed b ui;h fficer. a Hir aad J -o-l otw-nlh.o holl b ma4 ! th n a-ciain to the ef piaienet, (if l-1 ri'-r-awiv.) or iCudinj to tli ftttVal. (altrn not ppraiad.) t nder lbs head of upli f r tb array. V. Iu caa tb approvtl of a roirimtnJ'riff offn-r. or other autbrid vlticer. taaix.t ! a-Maln br auch su u.HS. mb i luina bHlll t -r-s ni! o ttengrv-s. or tn sow t-xmminr f?ir L' maj appointed hy tb eeriUr 4 War. jtf mot o-jtotaaditig laln.a can be raid at t'.ia nil e, uni-at tkm lot sia ! tb aceuants ara ia cvr- datu-c Wt a tn ltut laiooa ta tb li- ara(rra ha. T H. ATKIK:-oN. niailtl lm Captain and Pal Vo"-ttTta'r 200.000 ACRES OF LAND t-xiH aii.h: ar Ate i ion. rlt? I'lorJila. AtUmtc A. If t'ntr1 1111 P.ad X Coitipy Ja 2i,tO0 Arret t Land, nhieh waa airstaed lit K5. alld utivry.! tn li Truala tr aacmy tb inaymrst of Pre laand H-d lfu1 by tta Company; which la-htll tT.-r lor aai at ljikr .'ii). Ou Wcdnendsy the 13tli of May, lHf.rt. Then Leads are valuahie for purpoa i.f c.i'.tla tka (many ol thrm.) otbrr lor titubrr. torpeiitiu and tar sitoated fta I Ix? tiowt hralthlot H ti.n a th 6tata, and fl'ac great lutiti-mul la perao diaoe1 to inveat money in laud. Private aaie will b niaja ntU the day ef sale. mU4-t4 WM. O. fEFPItk'Yrt. Artt'ot Iro'. DIouTJJTTOl TBS Irm ef Qamhf 4 Bobmaos. of Metspbi. Ta . I thia clay dtmulvtrd by mtrtoal oonaeat. All n i nadmiiiig ihilm snln aai 1 Irm wilt pranf. tbemt W. T.Omaby, vbo iaaloa auUx.Har ta say, and alt peraona bo ar InoVMed to aai J fim. a ill saak taamcdmie payment to aid (jumby ka bra authm-ised to atttie id firm's Uwneaa W. A.ROBINSON.,, t rart"". JA-R. OLAHoaN,ftpeeial partnar Rtovrak, Ua. Jan. 1. I. tfelju -ni. liaaPurani ass. Vol. afo UrinrT Biant, ' ClSkAL. .u-ivn tbdemtrtsntat OaaUMcmajra. March f J AVtNO ben assigned to duty atthw poat.bv in. I A VrSO ben sasignad to duty IA Pttlow. atinSBita setinw nnsae eruaea from tb ToL and Conacript Karean Army ol Tenneaaea. ia thia anb-dpartment. ar hereby trd-red to reiNn to i hea HiadquartMa immediataJy JSiptr a. ar by 1 tr.fr iaatrncthm. All detsiled nca lam the Atmy ol Teat iri ta thi anb-depai bjneat. a ill w nort. aad show hy wbaaat authority they ii4r detai!d. By eamaaaae- -. Oni. . maokv M r v Jr. Capt. H. R. Baawan. Comd'g kbenortvoaa. .nmrtatm. Adit.' W.Miui Mna. iv tawMAJUXt. IMMT. OTOIttGlJIlA. COMMlSUOlt MCRCHA&rm Aad Agwnm mr ta aai or III ITitlSSS "Iglir ami sV4iaea, . Manmm Ininil and Hmofciajt Tlov. ajA, We Isn't ntamilun a oar aisraa bemrtt rbaat for tofenar ta ths- Stir, with grtat advaa. tag tn ahlpptat t lateri sr merchacta. SKlfam. i. , TaXEBU ARf Committed te jstl by the military utborith a jCtsjatssssgB.es aha Adnf 0'r, IMS, and raeeotiy afMana ny an aetiag J.vrr in ttmr Stat- ermsty ef RnnlttuB, Ten. e taw Ifth T Pnemkr. M2.e aegr boy, .nllant hi um. JOHaT, aad My n Tketoag to wm.Jone. of Mem smm.sM ta Imtml. 7 fear 4d. Met 3 inch usga. The owner ta raaied to ecew lorvatd SU iSSXisjii aad take bis oat o jai J. H. fWAlM.Jailac. it, .a . HIBCDLAJL. Orrtcs or ConntmsT or Conackirra, .! ,- Moomviile. March IS. rst.3. ( OS errs enmmaaAlag trernrUar deta hneala ita tin tmtS. mheeby evrserad tn send In rheireev-kty-rtera ta this tSc rtBily. Any . hb lailx.. lo mk aajcb rirroa. will le hnmeditty airv.fi. and the Wtll h ptmrd atrsnt taam for draa tsadieuc of ord-ra. Sjyawmtrof tl. C4 E. T Pl.AKK. ! . Coamaodant ol 0-n-c-npt. T:r3tw. ). '' tnrP-inJ taasi isn firnr-rrr "-! 4 aaad (nil ta CjoJ Wake. CS00 RETJARD. ABOUT hmr dy sgo. twelve tH-gro men enrHoya in the ire) wmbi at Ittownh. Oaoiaia. atacood a la a body. and. It m mppod. la cinviiy a lib. k ia tba Iras njaaki at Ittowah. Uotia.atacoMi . wi, - aMknnWisnmatiew ef a wbmr man. wk had aaji,t,W at in wo. as. The shove isaard.nill be i.ahf far tae alhlJe'm tin er said negroes, or f!Mlor sal jetntBt,. r impnnad. sjaiio- W.T.ULINHV. Pe-sn E. MUla.. tanwsh. tan. 1 CAiicry 4 tr-tTTltwTJ, Tttc. : Rowr. Co. v. ti O. ftraToii kt-a orntn. r vTILL o th lSUi day ot AfaTillMl. at my i f, L la Hartiaim. uke aad aa aeeonni tf th liaalaara mtirild It ai b aalat eaaart a Lw-mle IMi. waea aad wear ta parties ar r-qtMtd tahava tlajir O.JONKft. JaaiX-At. Ok AM. BC7aULD. T EFT say pLmai Ustr last, mf egr ma j I , Mhkter by trad. eaasa?r cotweed. abt 1. Jee. rtJetke bi.W4rha aboat VA lbs., and fie pokM. 1 tmlwee Aw at snrsas: A tag of Atlanta. I will pay tb above reward tor hb dlei t lo an la Atlsmta.er unSmm t hi ana tejall. aaaltlm M. E. (iAKUSkJ:. iirtT. aveved. . sever falliaa waUr. choice frail Ac snarssu vynn i. surti.ia. .r IttCattf f tat J5?V U C nfrawcaasTsetnW m in S ,1 n . mr kaea aw tee fmak..rikl Haara an j. rayetMvum, 9, g to r. D. mtsj i a tt 1 1 M I