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n r f;1 11 il. .StMb.CLJ J. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY -.13. 1353. Number 291 J D ?i v? LLd I'1 a n o . M .vP c, u L !' f r rf)'lor- ft ml Auvrrtlatng Schutule. t . TKHMS Or eCBSCRlPTIGN. DilLT Rll , I J., ; g v.nnhiL " T!ir Mut.ii (ilMI MU!)'hv. ......... .. I ' 4 : i,ITtl OP ADVEHTKIXO. .-KMUir niilliMocmi:!!! himnlmi Tiro lfcitlsrt. For t' ' . , ,ii r '.. ; - lkiilv. No HM"etin will b rouiii lioiutt""-""' loaii;.u. CORNING, JULY 12, JbC3. Hi I ii r ii or iln- Atlanta's Crew. On W'.-n-oJav wuiuing a number of the t;ow of the Atlanta returned to this City. u' i'.r-'n arc tcvcra! of the wounded. From jvlr. 'J hoi: "i" Veitch, one of .ho wounded Bailors,- w arn tliat all the crew, except the of ficers, exchanged immediately, and ent f. llicLniond. Tho ollicers were bent to' Fort l.-'syulte, vbc.e t'.ey iioWaie. Some thirty ci ii.'. res tool. lh oath of u!S?Lrice to tuo - Lii cilr (.M.v.riiiocnt, giving au a reason that i lnenuu reuide at the North. T..o jcui.t' .er of the cw came .South, and many oi ?!.;..u have already jjincd the Confed erate an ...y, uvni at Jliohinoud, and others a d.il'ofont y'r.ccs. V'i' Account of ihe Latllo and surrender, at) f i' ui by !. Voith.uiir-rr but litllo from what v. e Invr already p'Jlisbtd. TLo first shot eu tcrcd I'.o Atlanta's Boaboard biJc, wounding le.n r..v fans and Lt. Thurston. H;o second ftlj '. 'True!: j i lot hoiiBC.wounding r. Her nai.tka uiid Austin. Mr. II. is but slight ly a"' '0 the bach: iiii.A. hud hisieltarm ' ;rc'ver, uud a siigi.. ;vouud on the head, not " r;' coricue. "vfo)'":ii h-l Capt. Webb was on tho out nido of nis ship during tho i'.'.le, aud oiponcd himself very much. Tuey wore ad in excellent npiri'i, ud viiterlaiiit '' iho hope of a succesH ml f-uu.ai. I'poi noaring tho Weehaw kon, pt Ur.ub Unhoii tho pil'.(8 il thoio ws va iur euongu fjr tho Atlanta to inske a dash it her. I!) ftai 'u.rmed that there was, and he then oriLiod t'l oteuiti tip, in order to ru;i into lipr, iui.1 i.iow h'j.-up with his torpedo. In a f'.; rurafCijis aftc. olio had got under lull titOdui, h!,o brought to upon a hand bank, aud ca -' uiiod over, which rendered her gnus ue le&j, and placed the Atlanta at the mercy of iiOr ' wo ..iii.itronitits, at.hort rangj. ' j ihL poHitioii, Capt. Webb found it tido'ess to coiitcnd with tho enemy, and informed his crew that his only course was to surrender the sl ip, in o.der to save life. Tho otlietrs und t i c a- vtc then placed on board tho Woe J".w.;e.i, ain' sent to Fort Koyal, wheiu thev - iciiiuiiicu tour days. At this placo they were well i: ..ited, and tho wounded properly eared nr. rrm) i n tvoyol they proceeded to Nui lullr, wnrro thoy i drained somo days, and did not tore very well. Tuey were then sent to City Point, and echacd. 'i c !..toiocc,('avlosaiid William, belonging to : lr. J'. KyivijOf this city .returned with the Civ vV Thoy reprcBontod tlicuiHulvos to the Yti,rr'.f a ioi i tr?e. Thrpn t'l'er negroes M"m:s, k'joiomo.i aud Wet.ly took the Lincoln oa1 rwiiuiuyd North. - TJ c ev htai" that they received evcrv at- tc'-tio'i from Tap t. llodgora.ol tho Weehaw keu, VU9 iu!''"J '; tliem that their private baggage tthcuM not ho disturbed. Savannah fletc's. Pvuvv CnnU. It is very cleur that t!in Yankee Government is uukiog co.jvtiiBive eil'oits its last dyirjg throes to rt II back the tide of war from its borders. Lincoln is this day tho most tinpop ' iiLr man in l'eniiHylvunia, and could we hear at Mich a distance, wo should now be listening to loud and angry curseH agaiuet him and oth tis who have precijiitatcd tho war upon the "user fauiKTh" 'A that whilom happy laud. c cu r.'.i;cy their horror, and their women, ?.a thoy, with wild consternation, gather up t iioh ol their household goods as can l3 ti aiiri' ported, and rnali from thw'r homes to escapo tho din of approaching war. "Stay to lightMie enemy I the ragged rttKils who are uuch mad datu devils I" Not they. Haven't they paiii lor Niihslitutis. It is tin duly of tho Govern ment to protect them, for, say they, wo did not go lor ilnvwm with any expectation that tho nigged rebels would ever bo permitted to ccnio into the great North. Wo havo been deceived by Lincoln, and he must got us out .of tho scrape j lot's havo pence, it's getting too hot for in so near our homes. Tho fact is that tho move of our army will make large accessions to the number of uneon ditional peaco men at tho North. Tho further it penetrates into tho enemy's country, (he nearer Now Yoik city it gets, tho more strong ly will be developed tho peace movement, and we confidently expect to hear of monster meet ings, adilrcHHed by somo "Chatham," crying for peaco on any terms, dumtdng Lincoln, aye, und the Union too. Letters patent should le isBiied to Lee for discovering tho true panac ea to cure the war fever of tho North Lynch bury liqiultlicnn. Two of Gru. Hooker's Srrr Victimized ny Ukiikl Wovkn. Wo lunrn that on Wednesday wight Inst two ollicers of Gen. Hooker's stall wont beyond tho picket lines to visit some charming Southern ladies und havj not yet retnt-ed. Som? osxioty being full for them, Oil 1 ii iii sdiy afternoon menst-tigers were sent to iiie I't.MuUmco of the fair win, and relumed with rho information that whilt the ollicers wore makii'i; themselves ngrceaMo to tho died, a party of guerrillas urrounded the liouso and tore them frori lhiir charmerp. Thry ui e now in Kichmcnd, tio doubt, whore they will have ample time to lament the mis crablo folly that led tho:u into tho trap that lias already caught a number of soft patud of ficers. Tin tiamus of these gentleman, as reported to mh, aro Major Sterling, foiuurly of General lii'tterfiold's iitafT, and Captain Fisher, signal officer. Two many ollicers in our army have allowed tlxMiiheWrs to be beguiled by the sharp Women cf dio Uoulh, who, while wearing a smiling face, fool tho most bitter and tmcomiuerablo I'alo for tho whole yankee race, and who t n tcri&iti Iho in vftdora with polite or hieudly phrasi's for tho sake of obtaining inforuution for the enemy. Our goiwals should junii,h neverel tlioso ollicers who vi, it bryond cur lines; and whn ollijers hre entrapped by s eh crinoline and led iut'j activity, they s'nouiii bo the last prisonoia cxclia!iged. Wathinyton CiiiTTAMooo, TtN.s., July 10, 1663. Ji'tuOW-CUUena nnt frontiers of J''mcn,ce: "d'ng a candidate to represent the 5th Con greBsiouai iiisiricl c tposed of the counties ol (uiih, liican, Wil'iou. Davidson aud Kaib, I solicit ifltr u,f ortot those who coc:)' with jii upon rmbi'-: '1'iestions. FacIi cr and soiu. - of itio i' ate ia entitled to voio i -intuibor : ot uoi-iii'e-s for all tho Diolric'.e. No cauci's La i boouLcid in tho Confederate y;aics UMtil tho mc.tii'j' at Winchester, which uu.'.nitiated ""'r-'itlifor, Gov. Foote. This sj'Steiii cnull"" ' men to appoiutyour ml ers. Uuoer the proie.r's of uuioii, hai tnony or ..arty necessity, you a.'ve oftcu been forcou to vote co:V.ruiy to yoi r better judeiueut. It is for yo" to say wl.other your votes aro to be thus controlled. 1 1 ar.y even), important lc-gislati-'M 'ill be tleirtiiided of the uext Cou gresa. iitue var continues a reorganization of tho Aii.jy win oc .uecessary. Tho ll"3u!atiow and Articles of War affanl b'H liti'o protection to sulalterns und privates against Uu. grossest wrongs committed by su pcricrs, aud need ameudmckt to maiutain dis cipliup sid tho rpi.'it of the soldior, t. oncral oi..cers should be held respousiblo tor injuries t-j cilliCii lest'llirj from their negligence, and want of discipline. KuougU has occurred to Injure our cause, -nu cast a shadow upon the glory 01 ourai iij. Ia somo sections, die peo ple havo bceu roboed of their property wLh ;:r.pu.'iiiy, nl.iuli ;ould have been prevented by cvaiirtcdi'ti. Your Govtruoi ii sworn to execute your laws yet no cii ' lshave beeu nude to tu tore il.-. 4i" und tuu good citizens havo bouu !;:f wilhoot any ..rotectiou. The seizure ot tho arms Id luyuj L:tizcne, was in violation of tho C'H'titutiLO, i nd au insult to freemon; they ought to io retu.jtd,aad the right of tho citi ::ca o keep theu , secured. It were better if every bu " li ,r it " owned a gun, W hen peace shall be made, the army should bo reduced the oai'liesfnionieiit practicable. A miliary government or large standing army is not noosflary. A people may bo bo educat ed t: d striked as lo repel itivasion or defend the- rights agi.nut usurpation. ij views upon i!iis subje-.'f are published m my report upou the "OiJ Noiuiors liill" which passed tne U. fci. Ilo'-'Be ol rjsjutativcs. To assist tho , r. r in judging whether Gov. Foot" or u) U ifl Uie bettor fnend of the sol dier aud luo country, it is hoped diat a few tacta may bn stated without subjecting mo to the charge ot vanity. -I have oeou elected four times to reprt suut my birth-placo iu the Congress of tho United States, and claim to havo been ut all ti.neja consistent lneud of tho Soutii. Lxt.'f.c s from my Bpoeches ae sub'o'ttod. , May 13ih 1H50. " tint. H it not r irtU whilo ti reiioa uuou tbii uh- Ji-ct withe ilia tii'Uthern u',irt i an a i... fur Uiu im HY.t u niavt.s, ure luf theiu. It tuey weie uu scut, we (erbas Uiiglit uui Jittueut ; t;ui buuiuu Uuu liave tlimu mrijed lo'ine .i.ion us. to hj our tenia. n-lo disgust u bj llicir vices, ,mu:t u by tliair laauluuce -to Utftrt"1 1) our uatuu snd poterity by a vile cummi.ig. Hug ol rawis-ws woald i.iy tu Gou iliat tlie octau wave rai.;at blot us i'ju ttis world yea, gaidiy Uo cipt IU glories ol tbe ;u t, and bops t it us nu tutmc uiicib: r .iiteu. J Mil ready lor vim, subjiijaiiuu or eitiuttioii t'.r all us . vils that liava ever uci tiii u muu r'Ler .Uaa i.L:i;i ud K 1 bsbevea ids peomu ol wy ota.c, ,uh"r uu jr in time to come, would Usuiy sj'jinit to iv ibuH degraded. 1 tvoinU ibis.buur Ichvm bu,iiiu .!; t-ut v'.ere a raco iiiun uoUj'wiiti winch t; cant my (luur.y." Au'UHt 9, 180 : "Sir, I iniNt I am not laaro tearful ilian olbi r men. If duiifjor cjiiit, 1 ex( ?ci to b ready to im;i t it as 1 Mil low auxiuun U avoit: it. I pmy to liod ib tt 1 may herer aguia w;. ae.-.i tliu wiid woik or tminun amu uciion called " Klor'ons war," 1 bue I lint eW ual peace muy ble.h je world. With ue ' The ilrymff up n aiule lor haili morti Ol bnueat Jjnio ta.iu uiittddiuQ seas or gori " Sir, this attempt to pu cbaing npon slavery; Mo lend captivity eapiivj ta licjyo hmu.-kI and put in piia'dl lilt en Mi'H 01 thU L'lll jii, Wllb oI,jv,-! Ur ;wu puuiui.s, wi.jueviii' ii nuv bu tiiej, wiii ctusu a voice U come up licit! tu.it, jo,;ioii wbich will hutmt tli tlenmi ui.tneiu ol frttd . ni- Hut 1 waut uo audi Hauu. ' July 31st, 18.)C: "Away, then, w'uh your vile fabrications about 'iho bll'intiug eiiMe of slavjiyl" (Judfias not o;jnuo;iia, d it, und u.e UHiK.in hjvc- praeiiueu it in , .1 atn, Uiv ii xoVciDiiiint in lawlul culy iK.':.im it c mJucea in ibu RiKuUa. di-g.ee lo tue 1 neiieriil welluro. 'i'ue s.iuie (jiuat principle tt puiiiio pulicy duuiauds trmt the A.-.iei ivo utftio sbuuiU lji'vr bo a slave. Too white man wbo lawn or ruiineit to control tlio hijyrc) wbj lives on ih" KHii'us.il w.tti him, vkilutcH tUo will o! Ueavou in iinica mh li.Mvouliity a war ujnm ail gov-1 eroivui. od ins Rivn lo ouu Hie Uleut tj kovuiii the odier in only lit id bi) as hvd. U i cuarliy, biotli erly iuvo, iuoiak duly, political wisdom, liaiiunul wealth and puoi-, to Mold aim iu Btrvitudo, wliich in tliti oulv posiiion lliat be Iiuh yuuliown liimsell cipa bluol tilliug. To turn him looie among uh would ruin tie white racu, and bu a sellUli cruelty to ibu npro, an base ut Uatol UwtM to t.aztrui." jMy competitor h.is Burvod in botli Congrens eu and has mod his skill upon tho army, com Bcription, taxation, impressment and other subjects l have been twice discharged us a private soldier iroiu the armies of the United H atea iu 18IIG-7, and served as an olTiccr under Gen. HcoU iu tho battles at the city of Mexico. At the beginning ol this war 1 considered it u du ty to uk o charge of the sons of my Iriends and oonHtiltieiils, und teach them to hi soldiers. My rcgtiiieut (IGili Tennessee) met the enemy iu Virginia, Smith, laroliua, at Corinth, Ferry villo and jMurfrect-boro' maintaining tho hon or of your arms by toilsome marches, und the loss ol miiy bn.vo men. It is not my fault diat I ut;. not t)iw iu '.Im service. It wan my wi.sh to lemain, it it could have been done without u violntioii of thowo customs that have governed modern armies. My resiguuiion was lorwarded beca-iwc a gonllumaii in ull respects my junior, and not in iho iiio oi the army, wns promoted and placed in com maud over me. My onurso i8 approved by the army and my conecience. If not worthy ol promotion 1 was unlit to command a rcgimont. It' wronged, it would havo boeu unjust to the living and the dead to s ibmit to a pysteni ol lavoiitiriin, which hns dono more to create din satislaction ar.d destroy tho spirit of tho sol dior thau uny other eauso. Tlin friend of the lawi, equality and order tho enemy of com binations, partiality and artifice, I shall bo contented whatever be tho result of this cicc- t:ui, -loiiN H. AVAUK. Fo'STItB f?KNl'!Nfl 11 IK TkoOPJ fnOM KkWUERK. A letter from Newborn (N.C.), June 23, says: As soon ns the intelligence reached Gen. Fosio of L-ie's advunee, ho, on bi- own re sponsibility, coioniL'iiCed iniiking arrangements fir einParking all hit available loreos for Fort Moriroci to oo used by Gen. Dix in lakii'g Ui hiiK'Qd, or to insist in lepelliu.t th.o rebel !nvr.iiio j, m D'ti mitjht think proper. Our waters. finco th-5 reciption of tho news, have bene black with moving masses of troops, w ho have iiiver leeu defeated. T!:s i.Q(i.t I'oriiii:iaiiic:itr at Jtailivllte. tiEAUqt Am'C.S UNITED StATKS FoRcr;, ) fsas.iviue. Icon., June 2u, 1803 General Order i 3. 101 I Ordinary caution having failed to secure ...vi Railroad betwecu this pUce and Murfrees boro' a;raiji3t tho attempt of the enemies w ho regard neither iho itsuagoV "f war nor the rights of hunani'.y, a great;;, .-.tringeney b.!. C0IUC3 necessary to protect tho lives id' the passengers. . Ar.y vcraou, therefore, found in the vieii; ci the I! tilroad track after eight o'clock iu tne ev Tiii.;-, will be held as a public enemy, und if ' a. tempt lo move off o i the approach ol any f ourtrojp3, will be tin. down without hai'i.ig. If je gives himself up, ho will be saut di rect' to these headquarters to be disposed ol by t.ie authorities ol this post. Ey order of urig.-Gen. 11. S, A. Nktin, A. A. G. (, it .. . ,1'aii Mill Arltlrt'M of Trn. H inl.i r. Tho following is Gen. Hooker's farewell ad dress to '.ho Army of the Potomac : 1 1 KADljrf A RTKHS I'.MV OK 1 1) K I'o l'il.M AC; Frederick, Md., Jane 28, 1 Hfi.'l. )' In conformity with tlirf tv.icrs of tho V:ir Department, dahnl Juno L'Tth, i aC.i, 1 reliuquii.h the coiiimaiid of tliu Army of the Potomac. It is transferred to Mij. Gen. G sorgo G. Meade, a bravo and accomplished ollicer, who has no bly earned the confidence and esteem of tho army on many a wed fought field. Impressed with tho belief 'hat my usefulness us the com mander of tho Army of tho Potomac is impair ed, I part from ir, yet not without the deepest emotion. The sorrow of pirtiug with the cam rades of ko rany battles is relieved by the con viction that ihe courage and devotion of this army will never ccaeo nor fail ; that it will yield to my suco isor, u it has to nie, u will ing and hearty Mipport. With the earnest prayer that the Jrimriph of its arn.s may bring success worthy of it and tho nation, I bid it fate well, Ijskph Hookkii, Major General. Lf i-' liiVtislon f.f tli IVorlli Anllclp td ii u I'.iilikiiil, The Army and Navy GazjHn, a London pub liration, says in its issue of tho 13th of Juno : There is an uneasy seuRalioti at the North. They fear that Loo is really going to act on the aggressive. It would disconcert Gen. Ilallock very materially if Washington were taken, but that is, in our opinion, not to be accomplished by a direct at' ck. Tho occupation cf the Nnrtliorn capi id would, indeed trrihUo th y c'I'Zih of tin! ft o States to p.ti immense n.im ber ot speeches, prudiginns mooluifS, renewed exertions to capture the Irish and Gcrmm pop ulation and enlist the.rn in the service : it would also, no dou'd, jwell the rai.ko ot tho Union ainiies, and stir up tho olord of ....) ' muiiy ho'iPBt und brave Americans who think it es sential to their frtiedorn and happiness that their Union she id exist unimpaired ; but such a deumjistiation of tho forco ui.d purpose of tho South wouL open the eyes of tho lVoiiyl vania, New Yoi!: and Boston en;. itr lists nay more, it would open tho lvads'to the cities which supply itu ihcihh h.r i. nyi; gon the war by which they thrive and hut'-ii.0 Such n proof ol strength would bo at prnc'.i'-j b- F ro n.. .-..i i ...... , ,' ,,..oa,oV, vIt..i.,.ui wi'n i.t.i nnice;ji nil in his invasion or Marvland, aud will md. repeat his venturo wiili tho object which led him acrciu the Polomao on that occasion ; but he may ho obliged, on iiolitical and military KnniiuiH, in euiry mo war lino tno enpmv s ... i ... -. i . i , . , . .. . i . j .. .i . country, noiwiuiPiaiKitng ms Known ilistiko to an aggrssivouUituotf, and (lie war wi'l then assuui.i a most i:itcrotinir aanooL M Kit IT ED IlKVVAIlD OKA NoTOIiloU.) A 1I0M- TtoNifT P. W. A,, of the Savannah llepubli. can, writing to that paper irotn Ilagerstown, Md., says : All lioncst men throughout the world will bo rejoiced to her that tliat nialiirnaiit donia- gogmj aud Abolitionist, Thndous Stoveus. of leiinsyiyaiiitt, nus receive,! somo ot tho pun ishiiient due for his enormous crimes against tiu happiness of tho human race. Heowns i..rgo iron works and wills in Adams county mi tho border, which I am informed have beeu uit.::ily destroyed. Ills machinery, aqueducts, bv.:l:!inga, and supplies lor his operatives, in cluding, it is isaid, twenty thousand pounds of b;-.cou, havo been swept away. Amen ! will lie the involuntary exclamation of every lover of justice and every foe of In'ridcriM'. An elicit is made, iu tho woik of impressment, to uioiinguimi, aa lar as possible, betweon the iriends ot peace and tho aiders and abetters of Mr. Lincoln. Thus ihe red hand of War is itiiuo to fall heaviest upon those who were lirsttolilt.it. fcomo of tho troops complain, uowoer, mat lliey aro not allowed to appro priate and destroy as they go. If permitted, they would avenge Mississippi, Tciiuuhsoo, Iho Carol mas and Virginia, and leave behind a tiack of dooolatinn as barren and enduring as tho desert of fiiharu. They give Gen. L' e high praise as a lighter and strategist. b'it tliey say ' ho has not a good pillegiug mind.' Gen. Leo s righthowever, ud all will acknow ledge altu. awliile. llm lly Unit GuiiLi.il I!ul I'eojioiii to lVIICO.Uc ,UHlnll0. Ci'iieial Duoll, iii LU dufeii'te, tl.ited from Mio Bur nit HoUMu, Clnelunaii, tl uh txpl. tlus tliu utory of An d.tw Jt hiihou hbuut tbe ivatuatti ii of Nastivillo : S:rae mouths ago a stiUmmt aiqieurl In the M'wiii.pcM on tlu r'oi:o.l aut.iiniiy m (irvcuur Aiidiew .IoIiiimii), tliul I bud only I ;n pn'f ,U;d by Inn 1'rs -eMMMm!tiUIH iDIB 'i .l iiij iVrtstlViltt wb.'ii I in vi'd .Vo. iti wlt:i my lumy i .M'itfiubjr nti. Us fas mm e uiailti the m.nu sshmIi-u iu a flcponltiKii. Wboi.evtr I h:ivo 8imk;ii on turn smj ui 1 auvj do nmiueJ UieHUteiinmt ns lalsn, an 1 1 nu r qeti that diMiiiiitU'.m, lamvo'y willii.K id boar tho r..pou mblllty ol luyon ads and Inlenlloii, ; mid It gives mn linceri' )!iiure at nil time l.i hi I-imwI, di;0 miy UMiiiUm e t mty neeivo from oibeis tilher In u hum 1 or acii.in. If 1 had deiermiucd io aluiKimi Kkiivilie Itwoiild liuvs bfeu upon my l.it jndrncut, mil 1 5li,,uld eiicei'lully liavu ubniuted to s vi'i.li t iji tlifl wisdom of my j.iuixi. I ns ri. Hi it I n. v r intiiimiJ to (iiivemor JobiiHon nn InHutl-m n h to leave Nanhviile without a garrison ; ttiat ili.-re w.hihmIw runsion b. UH'ti an jr. ond eon on In- hh: Je t , ntd that tbo ilit limdinn to Ii ild Uie pl.,e i w,m my on, iiiilutliicne.d by b'rn in sny M omer. I Imd nut thai iiadeiice in blnjudj(ni'i,t, or i,imt ditnni ofvny own, wbli ll woi.kl hva liiim:ej nm to m en h,i bifuii.(-l Ou icc.mitof li!i .n.unl fn ki ion, I culrd on bun nr-t to Ii .fur .a lem wlntt I mcaiit to do, and Itn In t.. In.n wlmi, g.tniva i bud tone mh . t, ,.uy(t q isi'b .mtsi.., m ir my Jn, wee toncerceil, J as n,i j eiki-r and fie tli lint.,.,,,, vv umr,.rA Ur in w ,k,.y to kiioiv my yi.-wh tliuu be ; ai.d tl.ev tiavo un.j tnut J tan) nlways that .hi polillcil Im- ' H" . II -KIIOII l.ir eillWI ! HI.D milil.iy bum' ig of tne (.njKtk.n. md hJtbeclty. tbst I tbould TELEGEAPHIC. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHIM. YASKE2 i.CC0TJA'T3 OF THE BATTLE CF GETTYSBURG. LATENT FilOJE EUROPE. M i: I) 7 AT 10 x j: u M 0 K s . IV AI'OI.ICOV FaVOIIS IVTIuItPOSlTIOX. He will Renew IL Proposals to England FKOM MAUYLAXD. KlliriNIi A V J c itsoiv l I'ikIiIi hi iti!inij. Ill Oil I Ol- Hon Iu loilroa THE OEJSCT OF HIS MISSION TUP. FKUITIXa AT CHARLESTON- YANKEE DISPATCHES. Kii'HitoxD, July 1(1. The Laltimoro Gazette of the 7th has the following : What we really know in regnrd to tho battles before Gettys burg, aiiiuui ! i simply to this : "Tho Confed erates were attacked on Wednesday by two army corps, which they drove back with great slaughter, capturing many- prisoners. On Thursday afternoon, the whole federal force was attacked by tho Conledtrates, and aftor a sanguinary conilict repulsed them. Friday tho battle lasted through tha day, and resultod in u moro siguai repulco than on the previous day. Tho Iohscb aro extraordinarily severe on both side;-,. Tho federal loss in general of ficers is beyond l reccdent. Saturday nieht r r..ii i, k, ik :.. twi,- ... loiiowou since, is aimosi wnoiiy conjecturou, but now adiidtted that Lee holds tho pannes Kouth of the mountainSj and will fight or re treat, !. circumstances may dictate. The L Liitooii bridges at Williatnsport wore not dostrcyed. Cirv ok Wasiiinoto.n. Liverpool dates ol the 'J-tth slato that the I'rcncii mediation ri'- mors uro ngam provalont. lloe' and Lmd say oi the liiitish railiai,. , nt nave had inter views with Napoleon, to whom he gave nssu rai'ccs i!ut I. is views regarding the American v.;.r we-ic unchanged. Ho would decido again to iidei peso good ollices in conjunction with K.. gund. At the cabinet meeting Napoloou presiding, it was resolved to renew tho French proposal to tho English Government for joint diplomacy and action in America. Gold, Now York 1389. Nothing of the surrender of Vicksburg. Kriimoxd, July 10. Martinsburg 'Jth, via Stanton 10th. A heavy cavalry fight occurred yesterday. Wo drove the enemy sevon miles capiiiriug a nuinuor oi prisoners, tne army is ijuiet at Ilagerstown. Kiciimond, July 10. Nothing additional from Maryland. Tho Central traiu was detain ed by accident and has not yet arrived. Jackson, July 10, V. M. Tho artillery firo has ceased. Tho enemy's bharpshooters aud our slarmiehorB are blazim: away. Our loss will not exceed lifty. ticiiM0M),.Iuly 11. A correspondence explsimtory ol Vice 1'ie-iidunt btevons' uiiusion, ihowj that be weni to Forties Mourae, a Military Coinmtimlotior, to ol - t liu from tlio redural autboiiiius au agreement to coo uncivil) war ucreuiwr, according to tbo usugei ol elvlli.d nations. Alter waiting two dayn, Wr. Bte vca was In oi rued that the proposition for a couferuui 2 was inailmiwiitile, and he tlieiefors retnrnud totbl city. No new tint morning. Ciuki.i:bt.n, July lfitli. Firing oa both sides cruM-d at half past mij o'clock. Tbe prlucipul fight ing hurt beeu with Ihfl buttery Wagner oa Morn' hi, ml. Four lloultom were engaged. From five to two wilbd.tw in one hour. A lufl boat supplied tlicin witii ainnuition.aml they renewed the attack at throe Tlie iiiluntiy ll,;ht wns alitoscvrie. Thcyankeea made to axMBiilts ou tho battery Wagner, and were re-iiiIm.-J. 0 ur casnaltic are about ono bnndrcd and lifiy killed, wounded an'l iniKin, Including tUrce of IIcdis kllleJ, Capts. lltt-kHll, ;beves, and Lieut. IIju. It is sniiponjd tlm a tack will bo runswcd to-morrow Vi:i ..iiL iiUBU. July 10. Tbe Philadelphia Kmjulrer of the Ktli Kuys : Wellva rccolved notice cf tbe fall ol Vicki biug fioia Admiral Porter. I'oinbertou runt a flip; of tmec oa tho meriting of the 4th, ottering to muieii.tor It tho men wero allowed to march out. Uran' replied that no ir.hn ulionld leave except an a prUouar of war. Alter cr,nul(ttloo with hla cnmmindn I'emberton oneoi dlllotinlly otiriendered. Trerndndon rejoicing nil ever tbe North. Lincoln wai icronaded, and repponded In a foolUh iprecb. Tho Kuinlrer Ins no news of ipeclal iroporUne. Meade la clonely watching hla dUcotnllled hut wary antagonist. An engagement is t xpccUd la a day or Iwo. Tbe rmplrrr clalma tlx thousand prUontra, lesidet the wmmdi'd left behind. Ke.nper Is a prbionnr In a dying condition. Arm 'end waa captnied Tlmuday, and is dead aud builed TlieFtdcrnI Ions cannot U leu thao fltU'eu.aud iflay reach twenty tliouand. The Kuqnlrrr aayi the womt feature of th (IU.lIpi was tUtiM nmny Federal ofTicera, the Di(at Ktlcleiil. who killed or tocHpatiUtcd. Fnttertleld U Inu ! wome tbaii pectfd, having been Icjurcd InUrnally. Cahawba, fiom New Oi leans, aaya Donaldnonvill mn altacki d by tho releU In furce i-n tlm 2th, emn- K,nui-u ny ucp. ureene. ine n lx la were le.nie l. Ulir "'roe Lours hard lighting, with a lua of six bna COUNTY COURT OK GILES COUNTY, TEUX. June Term,lKi;3. Ne.ll atcC'allum, Admlu'r and others, va. C. P. Benvon and others. IT appearing lo the wiirt that the dofeadaotj, u J iiuiu U(.'u, on, George Wright and bit wile 'r w. i'ei u H . ttenson, and J. J beatty and bta wife . ) e uou roK'deuui of the State of Teaneasee o it ordiuury proeem caonot be served oa tbe m,ii. t io fore ordisr. d that publication be made for ft i vs In the Chattanooga Itebel, a newHpaper put . n tbitunooga, Uarnilton county, Teuuoanfee, wi, I a said uon resident dctenjenu to be and appear .) August term, 1SU3, of tbe county court of dil i ty, Tennessee, to lie beld id Ibe town of I'u'.a .. f 1st Uonday in August next, and plead to on --v demur to tbe bill, otherwise tbe same wll for confessed and set for bearing ez parte a aaid bill being filed for tbe purpose ot dlv settling the estate of Karly Honson, deceasei AMOS It. KltHAKO Jell-w4w ciei gTATE OF TKNNE98EB HAMILTON C C JamcaB. Edfards vs. P. W. Humphreys a: Alexander. Attachment in tbe Law Court of ChatUn ;r It appearing to the clerx of aald court th- ;l fendanw, I. V. Hnmpbrea and W. 11. Alexi nou residents of this State, so that iho ord cvs of the court cannot be served upon t tbercloie otdered by tbo clerk that publi made lor tour weeka iu tbo Chattanooga uewspsper published in tbe city or Chi i lun., uotilyiug tbe said defendants to appi k. next leiui ol tn law aourt of Cbattanooga, v t ting lor tbe 4th, Uth, 17tu, 3d and 6lb civil .. ic of Hamilton county, at the court hou.c In t: Chattanooga, on tne Urst Monday of Uecem j . then and tuere to plead, answer or demur to n titt "a aciiou, or Judgment by default will h ' r , aud tbe cause set lor hearing ex parte. V L. lingers, cierK ol said court, at oQioe iu Cb -a, this "24th day of June, lsi3. Jiiti-lw4w W; L. ROGER!; gTATB OF TENNESSEE, HAMILTON . ONI Elijah Fitzgerald vs. Nasa A. FiUger. Attachment in the Circuit Court at ilarr. It appearing to the court that tbe defendai , Nn . A. Fitzgerald, ia a non-resident of this btate, .to .' ( tbe ord'uary process of the court cannot be a: v.'id upon blm, it is therefore ordered by tlio coerf fiat publication tor fur weeks be made in the Cbatts . gt Ketjcl, a newspaper published in the oily of Cbatta.xioga, notifying the aaUl defendant to appear at the next term ot tbo circuit court, to be hold si Mia court bouse in Harmon, on the third Monday of No vember, 1803, and plead, answer or demur to tbe . ' V tilt 's actio, or Judgment by delault will be enteu and tbe cause set for bearing ex parte. Witness W. L. Rogers, cleik of aaid court, at offlr o in Harrison, the third Alenday or Muy, IN.). Ju2li-w4w W. L. ltoGEttH, C'.nk. gTATEOP TENNESSEE, HAMILTON COU;,!' r. I). P. Walker, va. I AtUobment. Alfred M. Cate. ( In the Circuit Court at Harrison. It appearing to tbe court that the defandaut Alfr t M. Cate is a tion resident of this btate, no that the -diaary process of the oonrt cannot be served . i btm. It Is therefore ordered by the court tliat ,. nb llcatlon for four weeks be made in the f'h. "auu ;a Rebel a newspaner published iu the city oi aita nooga, lotlfying the said "tet'cndaU to appoa 't1 next to. m ot the circuit court U be held at lie ,w house In Harriwn, en the tblid Monday of Ni"t-.:u)k'i 1HG3, aud plead e iswer or demur to tho f Ubiti3s su tion, or Judgrin. , uy Celault will be eutciei anal cauve bet for bearing ex parte. Witness W. L. ltorrs Clerk of said oourt a. IlL. in Harrison, the lid Monday of May isftf. JulC-w4w W. L. ROGER ,0 .. C.'i.'!E OF TENNESSEE nllKth? L. WlllTiSIPK, VS. RobSltr ClUVUNS tl-ll UTMKUS, Iii Chancery a Cbattamsiga. It appearing that tbo dufondants James P. Uoyce, Ker hoyce, V. L. liuiekiueer aud bis wife Uurekmeyer, are non rosi.ieuts of the Ht&tfl ol Ten nesniv, so ibat y.ie process of the court cannot 0 sui ted ou tlioiu, it Is thuefoieurdorod Unit iiubllcatloa be made weeklji lor lour weeks, In the Chattanooga Itebel, a ncwspap.r published iu tbe city of Ctntitauoo ga, requiring aaid dWrud .nu to appear at a Chancery Court, to bs In 1 J at the court hoime in CliatUt)ooi;at on the fourth Monday ot July, ISC, au ansivur a bill Hied against tbim and others, In n.d court, by laid cuiiipiaiincit, orJadgnnMic by confeulon will be entered, aud the cauou set for hearing ex parte. WM.I.bXANllEFER. J)'5w4vr , . , CTk.dtM. gTATE OF TfcNNESsEB, HAMILTON COUN. J. A. Browulow, va. Robert W. Rogan. Attachment, In the Circuit Court at Harrison. It apnearlug to the court th it the defendant Hub ert W, Itogaii is a nun rtsldant of this HUMo, so last tbo ordinary process of tbe court cannot be served upon him. It is therefore ordered by tlm co rt, that publication lor four week bu m ids hi tluClia iiivo ga Rebel a newspaper pn'ilUli d In Uij city o i at tanooga, uotilyiug the said (lofeudnul tsapjie ir at the next term of the circuit court, to be held at the court bouse in Harrison, on the third Moudiy of No vemlmr IKi;3 aud plead answer or demur to !,..e plalntifl'a action or Judgment by dulault will Reen tered and tbe caime set fur Hearing exparte. Witness W. I., Rogers Clnrk of said ourt at oluce io Harrison, tbe 3d Monday of May, 1803, JUlu-Wt w W. 1. HUUKItl, t i l. QTATEOFTENSCSHEE. Surah Ii. Du's va. Henry lints. In Clmncery at Cbaltanonga. It appearing that tliu defendant Henry Puis la a non residunt of tliu St tta ol Tennessee, so 'list ib.i process of the com t l utinot bu tet vsd on him, It Is tueretore ordeied that publication Is) uiadi 'Viiekly lor fiiur weeks in the Cliatlano'ig.1 Rebel, a n iir- per publUliod iu the ciiy ol Cbattan'ioga, rquii1iig -aid dclesdaut lo nppeitrat a ulmuccry visirt to i held at tba cou.t boui'iu In Cbatianooga, on tne louni Monday of July uuxt, and answer eninplaiiiuii'a bit Bled against him lor a divorce, or Judgmeut in cu feaslon will ty) eiitsied. and tbo Cause act fo '. In.' exparte, Ju'iJ-wtir WM. I, srAXDEFEIt.CP. .!., S TATE OF TEN .VKi.ilW II A M ILTONf Attncumeiit, Iu the Circuit Court at lUrrwm. Il iiiivarliig tu the Court that tin itcloii lnit Nusa A. Fitzgerald. Is a tioii-rmnh.'Ut ol ibu HUle so ttiat the nrdiuary process of the court cannot bs aorvel upon blm. It Is therefore ordered by tbe court tint publication f.'f lour weeks U ma ie In the ChatUno')- ga Itebel, auewtmp'r putiiisiieu in Ibe city or Clistia iiooga.tto'iivuiK toe aald d iissiJaut lo appear at tna aext t-rni of tliu Circuit Court, to bs Imld at the court bouse q llsnion, on lbs third Motility cf N:vniilr IHG3, and plead answer or demur to tt.e plalntiO'a au don, or Judgment by ditfsuli win be entered, and tbt osuho set tor bearing ax .ari". Wilnew W. L. Uikits i leia of aslil ( ourt at offko in'IlarrUon.tbe 3JUjuJyol May l-'(,3. lLl-wt W, L. kO;Kltl,CTk. OXE1IUNDUEI) DOLI-ilW RKWAr.I -naeaway on Monday ulgut ti.s i)iu inn, ,S.ea, a gr!f oolored wiiiuau, ii ytsia old, and asiji-a aUsit U6 po'Wii, Jia, fcinm color as above, IT years old, sad wel hi about Is5 pvvnda, lie is a quid spolisa and in lolilf it boy. fiO rewind will ' pal 1 1 ir Uis delivery of sucli of ilit atwv aiavea 1 1 nit iu Cliittsn wia, r If lKivi'd In wnu cats )aU wnie I caa gt K.w4oa. Jy I tf it tt ruiHOht. ONE TUUU34SU UOLi..iU,-i REWAUl.-Onr itmusud d lisr lll L paid fir tl.a apvir-lieu- mh und citiivry in iuj, ore.b;f if iur DeputiM at' Mailn U.Uirorgia, of Hear C. I'J ft, cbsged wltla cKiuUirtntliig Cnoti'lrais Kuo Trraoury Notsi, wbiMM'apid from Jail in Decatur, Ib-iUib ernmty, GMrgU. hald l'Vh ia ab-mt 'it, yjaU age.i ri j or 10 lui bfbl;!i ey.is bUck, bair Ji-t black and cm ley, complexion (iitik, baa a doa ra. t ksli r.d aiaar spoken. fUH.IP A.OUkVTO.M, Ju.lSOd C. B. Hrh:,lVUVitof Georgia, deed mtn gatilA)at iartitipatiug.