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1 ' ; 4 THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1863. Volume I. r, " . . . . , ; t:;y C3HATTAN THE DAILY REBEL. fUBliUBID IT Franc. M. Paul. Subscription and Advertising Schedule, TSUMS or SUBSCRIPTION. Dinar Run., rr ywir his Month. .. .. Tkrw Vunllu, One klouth ...lt 00 ... TO) .... 00 ... 1W BATES OK ADVERTISING. ' ForcmeFnimre, (imi tinr or lm.) flrat Irmertlon Two PalUr. Far overy Miimii;uriit in-wilon Una IXillur. No dedncliun wiiJ be wot I row Uiet nti. Tt-niui l.i.ni. TiiURSDAr MORNINir, jvui z, iooj. The circumstance which more than all else gives uu confidence in our ability to cou rtier Rosecraus aud drive him back in confu sion and disaster, in the uufaltenrtjf , pint of from the humblest of the rank and file to the veteran field marshals who lead them,never to give back an inch. Morgan, the redoubtable guerrilla yhieftain, with his faithful followers, is out on another important mission, which ihe eueiny, before we, will probably hear of. The intrepid Forrest is ouce more in tho sad die and in motion. Soldiers of the Army of Tennessee, from all the Southern States of your sunny land, the nation watches you with breathless interest. Sever give up ! Never give up ! though the grape shot may rattle, Or the full thunder cloud over you burst. Stand like a lock, aud the storm or tbe battle Little shall harm you. although doing their worst. Never give up ! if adversity presses, Providence wisely has mingled the cup, A od tbe best counsel in all your distresses, Is the stouUhoartrd watchword ! never give op. Doings about Suffolk. For several days past, says the Petersburg Express of yester day, various and conflicting rumors have pre vailed here and in Richmond concerning the movements of the enemy about Suffolk. We have information direct from Suffolk as late as Saturday last, and information as late as Monday from tho vicinity, The impression prevails that the yaDkees are preparing to evacuate the place. A week since most of the able bodied negro men, both free and slave, wera Bent off, but to what point was not known. On Saturday last tho negro women were re ceiving passes to go to Norfolk and Ports mouth. They have bee fortifying for some weeks past at Bowers' Hill, the embankments extending from Nansemoud river to tho Dis mal Swamp, near Deep Creek. The yankee officers and privates make free to assure the citizens that the place id to be eva:uated, the ure the Iuj'.u, as wo have obtained tl.'A troiu reliable sources. tSF The Cleveland Banner of Thursday, in forms us that Mr. Michael Baugh, residing about eight miles wost of that place, was way laid and shot by some bushwhacker and killed. He was on his way to town, and only about a halt mile from his home when the cowardly deed was perpetrated. He was shot with a Minnie ball, weighing an ounce and a half, from a Belgium gun the ball striking him almost squarely in the breast and passing out near his back bone, killing him, as it is thought, almost instantly. Although he was robbed of what Confederate money (700) he had ou his per son, the Banner does not bolieve that money was the objeet of tho scoundrel who murdered him. t&" Whenever you hear an excited indi vidual proclaiming on tho streets the approach of several millions ol yankees to burn some bridge or take some village, you may know him for a designing liar who wishos to got up a panic, to justily his own indecent retreat from danger. Nevertheless, that need not prevent you from cleaning up your old rifle and putting a now--flint to tho hammer.. There is many a brave man not in tho field, but at home roady to do his part whenever his ser vices are required ; and we trust each ono will put down the circulation of rumors and encourage the circulation of bullets. Coukctor of Tax in Kind. We aro pleas ed to loam that Capt. W. D. Tappo, who has boen stationed at this Post as transportation agent for about eighteen months, has been appuiaUd oollaotor of "tox in kind.H by tho PicoiJunt, end ordered to report to tho Adju tant and Inspoctor General for assignment to duty. We are glad to kuow that tho long and faithful sorvicos of Capt. T are appreciated by. tho Government, aud are gratified at this additional mark of the confidence of his superiors. Thero are a fow croakors in our coun try, ever throwing up their trembling hands iu holy horror overy time our armios advance towards the onemy'a country. Lot their ab mird cackle and timid whines be drowned in the din of battle, and tho rattling drums of an avenging host marching forward to certain Peace. We would have had Puace month's ago if we had made our enemy feel half the enrse of war that we have felt. Up with the banner of Retaliation " ory havoc And let slip the dog of war !" JJ'iy The yankees shot a poor lunatio on Mill Creek near Nashville, a few days since, Itcaune he rofusod to stop when halted by their pickets. To exculpate themselves for this eruol murder, they protended to bolieve he wan a spy. If tho yankeos havo not hoist ed the black flag, they are daily showing us how to do it. Aggressive Warfare. We heartily endorse every word of the fol lowing from, the Raleigh (tf . C.) Piogrebs, and urge every reader to perusev, attentively. It i3 the most sensible view of th) hub-jeot of an aggressive warfare upon our brutal and un civilized enemy. Ave have yet eeeu. Tho idea of waiting for England and the. treacherous North-western yankees to give nj Peaco, h, revolting to every patriotic mind and heart. Malce them come to Teace. Whip it out of the cowards, and cirry the ar to their own doors: ' . rpL- a. uConti'vn u-i;r Hmua A MV U UVUIW It mw.vf" - , - - - w want our troops 6caltd to ditch aro mid every important county "borough i'i tlto Con federacy, are wonderfully exercised every iimc our army iuoves forward tow; da the ciie&iyY, territory. While the enemy s.-Mlera his f overs all over our cow try every .'..to is invaded inl anaiiiuii.iro liiSTr TTli.TlT 71 vtw,-i.i Ji a war upon women and children, Iheie are those among ns who hear anything use retalia tion, in kind, spoken of with fear aud tremb ling. They would sprinkle the way of the enemy through. our own land with rote waler, hold prayer meetings to pray ior them, and scorn anything like visiting their peaceful homes with fire and sword, for fear of making Boraebody mad. We have had enough of this, and Beiibiblc men are disgusted with it. Wo must fight this war with the weapons chosen by the eue my, or stop it, on such terms as they will give us. To go on with the defensive policy is to be finally swallowed up by tho priuoiplo ol gradual absorption, and any sensible man, who has watcnea lue operations 01 mo last years, must see it. We must change the poli cy and carry the horrors and miseries home to the enemy, or we shall be finally overrun and all our blood will have been poured out in vain. Somebody is afraid of making tho Democrats in the North mad. Let them get inad. They are fighting us. They have sent forward men to burn, ravish and ilestroy all trial maue lite valuable to us, aud we have nothing to hope from ilipm. IV n have tried ths rose waler policy on them, hoping ihey would arrcBtthe tvrannv of Lincoln and save ns. but thev have not done it, and now we want to try another plan, uo into tueir territory ana uurn ana destroy. This will do more to increase the fliirnnr frr nnnoft and fitrenfftheil the peace party at the North than ali tho honeyed kind ness we nave maae ourseivesioois m snowing them. 35- Truman, so highly eulogized by the NaBhvillo Union (see Rebel of yesterday !) writes to the Press from Murfreesboro, under date of the 20th, as follows: FROM THE SOUTH. There is something ominous in the silence of tho Chattanooga Rebel of the lGlh and 17th uiBt. In neither of tww) p yiers, ia thotfi a bad uows for us. 'Ihviu ;n a -letter from (lie Tenth TeuneBseo recimcut, in which tho fol lowing occurs. You have heard portions of the news before. This seems to confirm it: "Canlain Pendererast is killed. Col. McCa- vock is dead. Tom Bond iB missing. Geor Diggons lost his leg. Boaumout ia scalped. Ueneral iMauey s brigade has just arrivea. i find the following in tho obituary notices: "Died. On the 21st of May, Sally 11., aged 3 years and G months, child of John and Fanny Bell, of MurfreeBboro; and in Rome, on the 25th of May, James 11., boh of Dr. U. D. ana Mary L. Maney, aged 5 years, of Murfroes- boro." BuBhrod Johnson's brigade, consisting of the 41th, Col. Fulton; 23d, Keeble; 2.r)th) Col. Hughes; and ldli lennc8ncc, Col. aiarKs has been transferred from Clebumo's to Stew, art's division BKIiEL WLC. Tho Chattanooga Rebel of tho 17th, contains at least two columns of matter from Tub Press aud Union. It genorally prefaces its clippings by calling the editors ol these papers doge, worms, puppies, scoundrels, and Bitch like names. But tho heaviest joke is on tho editor of the Union, in a paragranhjUiua: "A Nashville paper says thatjin Washington they have a force of men for capturing dogs Now it they had another for capturing pup pies.aud would send it to Nashville, wo should not ho ablo to get another copy of tho Nash ville Union." In another column the editor says lhat the undormining of Vickshurg by Grant iB a dirty undertaking, and that if that cily ever fallw, it will fall in. riltNburg. Tho cltlxens of PittHliurpr, In PcnnHylvania, Lave nbai'cd In the genoral terror nt tLo luvasion of tlmt Stuto. Tlio manufacturers met together and passed resolutions to stop thoir establishments, but to pay their workmen If they would help to lortify the city. The Chronicle of Monday eruninn nays : This morning at 8 o'clock, in pursuance of one ol ttie lOHolutlouit above noticed, an iiniiiiiiHO UHNenitiuj;c of working men congregated In trout ot tho Moiuiikh hela House to receive ordeiit Irom lien. lironkH. 'iht rolling tniilH aud inbiiuliictures liuvlug nil Dtoppeil work, there win an i amciiae turuo.it, aud a liner and more stalwart body ol men wo havo never ncen con gregated unywliuro. 'iiiero were altogeihor Home h'x tiiouauud workmen and mechanics, and tho best ol good humor aud enthusiasm prevailed. After reporting a good deal of speech making, t lie Chronicle continue i : His remarks had the deiircd eflcct, and tho crowd Mpttialcd to report at the poluts named in General lirookj' order for service. As we write there nre over two thousand men at work, and the greatest activity prevails. ' - Tlw Richmond Enqnircr of Friday learns from the best authority that the soveii thousand yaiikocH who were on Wednesday reported to have IuudeU at Brandon for tbe purpose of inarching ou Itlcbniimd, turnel out to be only tlnoo liunored Jiiiserablo wretch es whose object was to destroy the valmiblo wheat crop onthut plantation. Tbcy attcrrptcd by mcoiiH of brimhwood and other combuHtlblus to flro the grow ing grain, but without suocoss. . -- ' r Tho Louisville Journal of the 2UlUsays: We understand that Dr. W. A. Cheatham and lady, of NbhIivIIIo, who were ordered to Alton some time u'.iicn, and aro now In this cily, have been iinctiudliloniilly relented by order of (!cu. Roecraui. Jir Tbe well known E. 55. C. Judwn, (Ned Bunt line,) a prlvato iu the New York Flrnt Mounted Ri fles, Col. Onderdonk, has been sentenced t.i two months' Imprisonment af Fort Norfolk, Virginia, for the crime of dci lion. Bend U.iricr bn n FIglki. From tho Hoi'mi C"1 v r. We have recuh't'l from the best authority the facto of the encounter at Lowell, alludod to in our paper of yesterday. Wo conceive it proper that . they -Bhould belaidbefoio the pdllio, bocauao e y important consequencea mav be depend'!'-1 upon the relations to tne prblic of a iran lo miglit again be called to h'.;i command, av who is put forward alrea dy in various cjiHTtors for eminent polit'cal (nation. We luv'o several commrxicaiions upon tho Bi'bjfsct, entering much moro into detail than we p'poBO to do; but wo prefer to give the more un-. jrtaut pails of llio nairaliv" as we obtain it iVo'i'i tho lips of the relator. As wu'euiii iht) TaCla ihey u-e fu!'jVa '. i'i llnssed who is a rnauon iu Lowell, v.us em ployed by a Mr, JJasimun, tho ageut of (i- a. r.uiier, to lay the -'ipes in a drain whi- h L.-.si- , nin'i had durr on iuitier'tj premises, i'ho li'.y- j in- of the- p'pes? vts t c.irly comploiod, oi.-o ..iy ol the sections 'y" by the eid.o of the t:ivi (.'.'.. i4i Ui?.;ii;v, towr.r.lMr.1. ,.-.!-, "iuuti uruuieu u.i." ("-iciiitivo t I.-.rv lI --nl .t.l- in ihe side ofilie drain, and soino ditatirx fcj ueaih the borfr-.c-s of tho ground, eoying it would interfere villi tho plow. To this II". Puissell objected, stating that it vaa liirj LuBi nchs to lay tho pipes, and not to dig the drain, which had been prepared for his work ly Easlman. Thereupon, Gen. B., with violent and proline ls.n;aa:re, ordered ldni to leave his premises, ilr. Rossoll told him ho was employed by another person, end did r.ot'loolt to him fcr his j f y, and Bhouid fiuiKli hia work. Gen. B. then 1;k iced tho Bcctioa of pipe into the drain, which Mr. itunaeil picLtd up and placed in its loriM-r position. Jvcpeatuig ti e ouentive hingasgc, Gc:ie;t. li. kicked the pipo f-ver again, and as Mr. fuuscll was atttijpting n replace it, ho received a vi oleui blow in the face. Wo uuderstHtnl lhat subacoi!KTiily,G3:i. B. alleged this to Lave been an accident; but the Btatcmcjta upon the oilier sido do not cone ;pond with thai, view of tho case. Mr. Pufcjcti immediately jumped from tho ditch, and p qvickly Gei. B. v.-a &ti rpoa t'logroiud, und Air. llussell bad him by the throat aad hold !.;m there. Gen. I. is a'ieged lo havo made no resiBtanco; but alter boliiing him as long as he thought necessary, Mr. Rus sell allowed him to rise and accompanied him a hundred or two hundred rods out of tho field. Wo learn that Mr. Russell told tho genera! (hat he was an old man, over cixty years of age, and h:id novcr before been assailnd iu this way; that the general must remember that he was in Mas&acnut)etts,Tot in New Oilcans; and that eucli conduct as his would net bo tolera ted on New Erjland noil, ilo alro told bim it was no wont! or we wero beaten bv tho reb els when Buch officers led our men; that, for his own part, he w.;s the grandson of a revolu tionary patriot, who wa? killed ly tho British in his own hcuFe.at Legington, and ho himself and tho other descendants of that man, bad been tr no to their Democratic principles. lie minding the general of his action at the ChaileBlou convention, and of his political ter- giversaticr", in general; Mr. llassell ttnle!t. -rT ""rT'?: -f - liK.y Hui. moaned -i --, n.i i wo , e informed, tho affair was witnessed Ly a number ot porsons. Aiiollier J- Ifclit In Loudoun. We havo reliable intelligence that another cavalry fight occuned near Middleburg, in Loudoun county, on Saturday last, commenefng at 7 o'clock in the morning, and lasting tor some three hours. At the end ot this time the federals commenced to retreat, and our cavalry started in pursuit of them. It was in th s light tbst our gallant young friend and townsman, Charles 1). Saunders, lost bis life, and wc hsve also to mourn the death of another mem her ot tho same company, (.the Lynchburg Beanie gui ils,) Thomas Eduiuudnon. Both oi these young men w ro killed by tho explosion of the same shell, Edmundton instaully and thunder dying in about nn hour and a half alter receiviug bis wound. Four of thd siiiio company were wounded, whose nnmes wo did not learn. Tbcy were, bswever, not from this ciiy, but from Portsmouth and .were translerred lrom Giiinc's battery, of lhat city, last fall, to the Beaure gams. We have no additional particulars of the fight to those above given. Lynchburg Virginian, 20th. A Curd. From tha Cbarleatvto Merenry. " Con. Brnxtod Ur;pg has joined the Piote.-lant Kpibcopal Cluiicb. lts was confirmed a few days Hiuceut bis (piarteiN in hhelbyvi'ln, '1'enu., Ho. Rev. Hi-hop Elliott., of tbedioceoe of tieorg a, oliiciaf'ii;'." 'Jhe above it3in, widen appeared in the Jlercuvof the l.'tti, is not exactly conect. Cen. It'-iu-g was ii )" " conlinnid at his ijaurteis." Ou Tik'si! iy eve uing, June 2, after ewiiiniif prayer, iu tho church iho Jlo!y Iiedeeuior, bbtlliyville. Tuiiu.. Gen. Rraoir rcicivcd tho Aposiolio lite ot couliunatiou at tne iiamls ot liibliop biiioit, Tbe sei vice was private, as has been stated in some newspapers. en. 1'olk aud statrand a respect able conrjiegation wete piece.it ou the oceiiMon. Very truly yours, C. T. yi'ISTARI), Cbap'nln Iht Totuiomto Kc-giinont. SniLUiviLi.K, Teun. June 1H, lhC.'i, Last XiNNfrsnKi anii Mhoima Railroad VVp have seen a letter from I'lesidfiit Lrunnnn of this roail, uated Mouilay, wuicn tays that the trains will run on man sciieuuie uaiiy rrom niossy Ureek to Uris tol and back leaving Mossy Creek at IJ o'clock P M., and arriving at Bristol at 11. Retmuing they will leave Bristol a; 9 I'. M., and urrivo at Mossy k ri'l'K nil u A m. lu uirnuKeiiiuuis Ul prescill, OW1UK to the dcstruclicin of Uie bridges, and tho fuot tint tho lulling stock is all on mo otner end of tho roml on bo inailo for Irarspnrting passengers fioin this city by mil to Mosny Creek. We trust, howevor, that f.cmo ehttirprwing person will get up astageliao be- tv.'uon me two points, tnat iruvui and the mails nmv bo at ouce resumed over the route Kiwtvtllt HcgU- 1(7 iltll. SrKNi'Eii IIoi kk, Cuattanooija. It will be seen bv imi nr i-ni" i ni m. inn'iH thnl I in iJ.....w.n.. ft r ' Ulll ...I . i . il..iii, Vi'liilU-n v-.i. mw liuiMlVJCl 11UUSI. InT nierlv the (li iiteliftelil . miiiasltn tlm rlnnnt In fi.i. . ' i i i '. ',r. "' f"" ' vuaitv niiiiL-ii. which diirii.ir thn In In oiicunnnev i.r ilw. i c- " 1 " umuj by our army was linprcssod for nillitary purposes, lus umu biwnuiuu hiiu ML'Tniuu, niiu ia aaill JUIltltlljf in (ii"(juc iiiuv.uuii u i jiu i ii uu inu sioniacuH ol huii itv tiBvelers. lis DriiiiriiiLiim. V M . lr I .j , , .. , ... kv 4it lJt aiinn- cer, am well known to the traveling jiuUlo as the mi;in'i Miniiiu..urn m vuu ihiii iioue III Kuoxville v. hero their f ."el!eot table and comfortable- rooms avo much satisfaction to their guests. The Spent em bitlicr snd son. are clever gentlemen, and the Spencer """' -1.II.M....U mi nun ii uiu piiuiio are luund to be IntereHted. h'wmillt litfiuitr. r ILivo any of the moralists and casuists dncidod now itti anu uuuer wmi circiinistiuii es mid litnita Hons Intci couuo with tbe enemy Is allowed ? It cm etirns us, under piwicnt elmiii,Mimcofl, that this ijiiesiion should lie considered and ilctei mined. Tlio signs of the times Indicate the growth of a largo puny wmne inietesis will be iu and with the continuance oi me war Him against peace. How far can cltl.n assuuio such n ni.sltion wiib out detrlmcut to foalty and cotiscnsnce Chuiotun till' Ml''. 1T 'J'I'.ero ire In the Englbb languagi) 20 iOO nouns, i-iriy pronouns, ,uu aajectlves, H OIK) vorbs, l mm mivcriis, smy nine prepositions, n lie teen con junctions, ami two articles -over id Ofl0 words. Ac I'oriiingto we otter, imiio are 100,000 words In the Kimli-h language, tim e the death of Ruins Cboate. there has been but one nun cnpablu of making use of them all At the same time, and that is Hon. Mr. Foote, of Tcnncssoo. Atlanta Commonwealth. no. ASSOCIATED mXS3 DISPATCilEM. Gea. Ewell in Harrisbur THE PENNSYLVANIANS SUB' MISSIVE, Launch of the Ladies' Gunboat, jatcr.t from TTiclrsburn: juisa a x it o v s v 1 1. V : k lj0C3 Shells Br:-??.?d :nt!) Yicksbtir! t - GUNBOAT AUP.OUND. Jackson, Juno 2:) Tlio advices received from Yiduburij report no chango in regard to affairs tlioro. On t!.a nigUt of tho 21st ihe -n. ct-iv Fprun?; a mine to How tip tin single o! cir .;cits which was a cornp'eie failure, l:i!l!ig a inmberof th.--ir o'a-u ir.'en. Tho Vh.'hshi'." Cl'qzexul'i IC'Ji, 18;h mid 23.1, ;as h-u rccciVv-J. It fja;-8 that for 23 (lavs an iaic-s-J sant silver of sl.-oH hue mined upon the ci.y. Tli'j lov-os', celt Tit'. to phwca t'no iiismbnr a; a tiiOU3?.nJ and but linoe cr.aualfics hswo ocenrr ed. . Tiie Etreota aro iLiiy filled with people. iiicln-Jirg woacnciid cr.iidrciT, who go about free frctii danger. Ou Tuesday wliib working off its coition, a 13 inch shell parcel through tho cfiico BjaUcring ca:i"B ami type. No one injured. Ouo of tho encmy'a gunboats ia fist aground below tho city. A number of tra im ports, loadel with l.-oupa, Ciino down pa.-.ta fow dayiijgo. The oik my has been firing in cendiary sheila for three days, but r.o (lanugo has been done by I'.iem. Maj. 'load ley of ArkatiEas, comfnanding the wafer batt?ry, n-id Maj. Martin, of the 2iith Louisiana, were killed last Sunday. Col. McLaurcns of tho 2S;h La., soriously woundod. A citizen conlirina .he news of a heavy bombardment on Hit nrd iy, and Bays our loss was comparaiively nothing. All know and feel that Johnston will arov in time,. . general trmj i. io L.i,,;uii a.o tiHcim). on wall paper. Gen'I rareonB' battery at Cy:, A CrXuV.a JU miles Deiow xNapoleon, hrcd cu live trans ports loaded with troops on Tuesday, crippling them badly. Tho troops landed and attempt ed to storm the battery, but wero driven buck with a loss of 300. The Drookhaven prisoners arrived to-day. They had orders to strike through the country and destroy Railroads aud then embaik at IVn sacola for Now Orleans. Richmond, June 30. A report was bronght last night that Spears, with his 1200 cavalry, had left the White House yesterday morning on another raid, taking tho road through the county of King William. Tho W indicator correspondent of the Whig of the 2Gth mentions a report that Lvo!l cor taiuly holds Jlarrisbuig. Oliicers professing to be direct from there say tho people are very submissive. Tho report iiecdd ctmlinna tion ; but the latest Philadelphia papers report Ewell within twenty-six miles of llarrthtug On the night of tho 2 lib. Gold declined hero one dollar from tho high est rates, in consequence' of tho increased amount offered for sale. Continuous heavy rains for the last few days must liavo rendered tho roads of tho romitry bordering on the Chickahominy alnicut im passab'o. ' Vico President Stephens is hero. Tho ladies' gunboat Virginia wi'H unocais fully launched at tho Navy Yard, opposite Rockets, yesterday afternoon. A Hag of truce bout, especial at Cily Point Thursday, is not yet heard from. Richmond, Juno, 30. No news from Central nor York River trams to-day except th.it the yankees aro still in forco at tho White- Jin 'inn. It is reported that Heverul hundred of tin enemy wero captured this A. ii. in New Kent couuty. Four men from Kusteni Shore, Va., wlm reached tho city thin P. J.I., report that s.11 the yankeo troops except a low cavalry hud with drawn from Acconnic and Northampton coun ties. BitooKiiAVKN, Juno 2D.--A rumor reach'. d horo last ovening that other raids for the tame object left Rodney. Tho ymikooB say they will destroy the Mo bilo and Ohio Railroad if it takes thirty thou sand mon. Tim Haiukhs. Sovrn iTi.-nncrs o tho Jute raiilin" pnrty cHiircd near CliliilerV iwio iiniitjfht in thin city vi'itiTilay. We liuirn l mtlu iheir l orry t Kfl out, thpy ftlmiidoiii.'d thoif hur.seH, ami tnnk v ihe Iior putl'H tiiroiiK'i tho nioiMitniiiH. Scvi'i':'l IidimI. ol tlit'lr hoiNiis, it 1h -aiil, woo uiiiuroJ by our iura BnHldcH leivinir their i'arrut rihim, tuoy kl't a grout many KnUold rillon, U tiajinick, Ao. I Knuxvlllo l!,.Kintor. Killed bv 1,iiitvinu. We n'ret, to Htj.'o llui Miss C'lirl.itt Weiivn'. uu montnlo yonn In .y, dttiiKhtiT of All. Il'iheit M. Wcavar, wlm p'sid'H hi.iih two niilon from th I placo, wai killed by ht n In un WoilncNilay ol lnt wor k. (Slio wm hili in k hi a win dow of her lather'H resldcnco fu'win,' wtnn snuck. Her death wu lBHtautimeous. laytlltvitlc (Jinn.) Observer . i K'-h' I. cu ''.''.. of I'i- T.'C-jn"y in .l.;.;it to i-s:i?'t!rc -ry j .u' tu.-'i'!', i- thi uf i'.ujw.u.: '.'. 'i a ; ..!''. . :!.;.! a :i i.,:,.iu -)1 i.'j-).(M':i.i 00 ill Iv: N.lsV i. T :t "1 r.iiw.! C i.rr .'Cht., -l.v.-'iv " . ; . ;i 1 .'it l: j- , 'l i;nlJ, t in i'..-' I-( i' t. : ; -1 1 " . ' ;- P "rv, n :; (),i-. -n "-' ''-',' i ',' i f i ; Mi li.'i; pi-r j :i:-l. The r.hJ t.- .'i'l.i I-. ; 1 1 -- r- o I'ir'-fervtiiry : 1 1 c j . ' i ..i t'i-- j -i'.H ;. ; -v ():" .ii ;, van-'ali, '' 1 ! !'. -!,;!'-, V 1" -1 : T -. ; ia, Hi -: iuoic-, or 'vir i-'.i: '1 lie in'-..;i; jia-ni.-u c-:s cw'..l i- w'n 11- il ct lim iil i!i."J u'.t- ". y li,' cl; "t.d .y i! - i :ry is 1 : i e .inie'ics i:i w;:i.:i to j ay t.:a inWv '. Xcj int -e it up.u a t:Tl'. ;'id v:.r '-' ( ' . v., Ijtl JiiU, to pay via-. i i.i cof..ii u. f-x f- y..'.io, or I'J c h' , . i'l t.i:;,'. ;r.y : t.v.Ii; -.i 'i, v-orl-i imw :!;:.'? ti',.; j 1' ; ini;". 'j !i" ; i- n.H il1, t':i("-(-!or8, viiiri:': tin- v.ii', ! -,y a i ih-iv t ; wrv hki-ly to com.r..i:id . i re: .'c ''. '.' -v.-J cjit iri- ul'y jill'h'l, ..l;;:--!.aS:.,ti.-si uu I L ..i i..'- i WC -li I' ll M; lll l!m : y i 'i'M i - ';r..:-iirv i .ij,;L o;ijh ,-. t.r f.v m;.iba djllar.i K.-c v v of nri V ... ll ipa.S. A rmripr :ir i ivo-! ! i'::m cty j ..(-.. y I .; i int' ;, tin Ji'inj; iiil.ir-m-''n t 3 y.iui,'-'! ri.l-ti w-iw m w t tli'i in- ; . Vii-.-y w.-v: ' ..-.-ly n-i---vt l-y ('ohm -1 H-Ktilia! th:y hv-ri'-i :ir a tilci c. n um, and '":1 : ','.' i,' "'"U i-i., ... y. li, , ', iy. but l'Mt 'V. t '.,' ..rC-rff U-.J,:.r.r in? ; i (';;,;; : - (.J.ip. t.upt.i:u ' i -.it wait killed in a t-ki. bii;ii oh i'l.w."' k r.vi'i'. An .vn'le Virijiv- i,r :: ,;.. Jt,rlt ia not wVit i' ?Arn but w'lnt v:ive, tint ni:a:. -1 w rs-;h. Jt i- n .1 1. n il wo eat but what w i di ..(I th:it niftk-.'S n Im. It U n it whit we in id but vih.-t v.i' :oa; :a'.lj:.r, t.i.d in. !:c-. in 1 rnd. All thin ij v t ry M;!ip!o but it i wmtli ru'iiifiub'-rin. iT-meiVatviyaft-r tho Mirremltr of Winches f;r. (leu. ICwoli rlirisU 'icil the ni;iia i'urt e,i;ituio.l i.'.-.M thn enemy "Fort Jack-san," in hiuior of thi no bie old hero whoso !,; wi; s.j detply nio'.uu. 5- Ho that Inuuih in his owa li'Virt is a fool. S jI, ,iiiiin. LIST OP LETTERS Remaining iu tho Poot OitL'O at C!iait.i!;00"-;t July 1st, 16fJ3 : A Adair IVn S Alex uidcr A S A; J'!'!'ii At'ulm M Bell CN l:;.ii'k'.vc!l J Vv' D'jliee A C K..y!e Vhn li.;ll Marsarct Hhjm J p . Cennl Win K llmtU T IJiiiTui Ki'iir Kill .1 h M Ituo'iioy Jul Itr nvi V C Rondir Clms Krown KidiaioiiJ liiiltoii (! leaver J B Km 'k X 'nrv Kaldwi i Mn M J lit'axmaa J! Hroiva i: .iily (! Onrmiehfiel J D Clevclanil V 1) C vit'nv Sam ' " '' ('oiviJi'iy h 3 C'r'.iler'n t a 'iu si-ab A (''.iimor.laiift 1)ioI;.t M K Ca'lerWS Collins X J Cri'ivloy .1 h Cuiujisr Kli;:a Ciii.iU W L Cjrne.i S I 1) Pill'ui .T.n I'islicrown Mr I'n.'i .Iwlin Pil'CCy P;i. I.ld!iii in ij M Du.iie! .lo'iii .i Del.iu'y K L PiiiMr'aui Wni Dovle John Darris 1 1 f 11 iilii'!t.k'ro4i:.i'i K.iiu Jfra 5J K Ktliin It L 1' (tho'bery ( Vf 'n-Uh U P. l l'lv.T John i I'illil 1' lei'in wi J 2 ;'n in mi Vm 5f .1 Gwv T S ,;r.W Ana t.nllin M.-rtht . (iros. K:i;:,il(i..t!i -iiu,! ' Cir.'.y cam (lulLit A 11 Cir.vi i A nn eb V: H .ir.J li- r .Mi I'.a Mnyl-. I) II IIm.,,,1.1 C II !J IM ( Vl'.ry ll'itfhiii'i'j!! Ja'i il.unil Kacliel it 'inilf-i'-'-n (', II.LVii" Miss M ! in ;,,-, s J.J 1 1 in i i m c; llcmpuul T li.vni w'm Halt.) A I .1- Junes V! Iv Kirk It !' Kim- Ja; In.'tiis'a Ram In min T lv?:i;D KarrJa.-i II I.'il!;i.n) ,aa A l,.cy Th:n l, c., J Xt Lcll-'l ll'j I;'.' U .'i; )' G .'I l,"vv!cy (V H l.iny.l J laaiiis Martha,) Lci'tj;,) Mo-sin; K(.d .)(.' i !-t-ll iVni M'raiii li A iiilar.Si.i.li Aiitdioll 1' M .ivhiiil ,Mis.i r: Mi'lirmv:: C C M ei o-.-i .MuM.'i J.t-i Ai'-o.o K lO'iom'a M'!iVlnn'tfr Win " 1 ti War; nil, I) !( i- j.l "l hi h iWllM.'l .- .Iu' I) O'hoftu'll.lar0ar,'t O'X m1 P 0'kim bit N' i; l'.tyne ; W i'mknr Wm l'ayi.flJi'li' : lli.ins Miss M l';iin.-i dr-i I, Ui.'ytioala M V Per.!-: a .1 IVaiuo Julia l'riee IM, R Hi avi: ; ;v i: iiii'oi.-i i. i: hoiit'i'i.-i !; Prewitt V '.i O li i!ii!i.'ft.s . I! i.'ii- -oil T I' Sample Mi.n h f...,.i:ii P In " .Mary " ,- ,rh K tii. I i'.h A K'H'mI il S i'caiicfiallai ilim Klalrr aiimu A Halnivt .1 II li ' '1' 1 W .Vili'l n-s K h ,-fi!u -y Mni:ij 2 Muitu W H Mu't.'ia M m ,M T 'I'.'.yl-y 1! I llniilj.- Ml J (5 'i'tlOIIIji;..!!! ii 1 'I'i Ti't.i Julii To ii !:.;-. ,i ii i'llUll I.HII-S ' U lliiiiui wo.il Mrs Uailrr,vo;),i V Villtiloc II Viirett T li AV V.'ulhlim Jennlo W.iUtui Chai Winiiptr II V "iniiuaiiraii va n r a iron vimJ v n '.V,,Im,ii N li ral Wimdben-y A Wi'lH W II Wonliin w II Wcloll J I'' WiilmnH II W Wiilkc Wm A Waul r A Wait Wm II Wailcr iS'Hiii.y Wa k;raf IV luti! , mi i ll , Wuliii ns It '(' WIImiii liC, CUT Wood til i; nut'Jj-,ci,i WilhurHj Y York A P Valos Y I lVraoriM calling fur It tti-i.s in tho above list, will pliaiou n.iy ii'lvc l iscil. II. T. PIIIM.JPrf, p. m. Kvv SCIIOOb DD0K, THE ItKViaKl) MLEMK S'fARY sriii.i.tvc hook, U Mn. ICS tip, We'l II i'mhud, Pii .: fl oj. JuHt iiulni.liud by ' J. J. TO i" ,t CO., rKoi'iuifToiis IjiiKKi.iK Steam I'kintinu Uiii'kk, , Atlaiila, (j.i. i.r All orderH must bo aceoiiiiianlud with tint ca-b, ju, ill-tit umiliil'K'.S SAht; OK J,AM).-In ob.ulorico to nn 0 t ill-rot (nflu, n surd f i t tin tni' I .a vv Cunt ol Chat" tiMiodfH , Juno U'iiii lno;), I will olfjr lor sale at lbs Ci'!:rt llo'iHn in Chuttunoojfii to tho lli-Nt biddur lor . on TiiMiy 1 lib July. 1HM, tho uoith bull ol. lot iso. ol, on Wiiinut Htrei'i, Inviod upiin an tlm propcrry 01 John It Tuylnr, to HHtisiy uu ordur of wilo and cost iu fuvor of Vaughn A Hon, juuolO awlff M. II. COULTER, BhcriiT.