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1 PUBLISHED Br FRANC. M. PAUL. TERxn.or scare at mo. Pa HrWL, CtittMrmB, " T " - " Trm" r.."....V.V.7.V Vi on r" 9 M f.tTiv r Ahrnmnna. V Si".. f Mrh. r In.) Sr l rrtkm WlMm rr .-rr ra4at fnwnkm IHio li!r. Ko itadnrtim k -.71 Hon. n. 8. Foote was in Richmocd on t'e 14 h lost. Three French vessels cam op to Citjr Puiu' , en James rlvsr, oil Saturday lut. Hi Confederate ituner Helena recent; fouideredat ni ketweea Ckarlea'on and Nuug AH the retail Ibioor saloon Ju K cbraoul w Jl be cmm4 by Uw en the firU at May. Cea. MeDeirell, of Msuaesss fame, has ben ordered to Cell fore i, aad is to. leave at eac. , Fort Da Kaaaey oo Hcd river, recently cap - tared by tke vaaltsee, wa a accidentally blow a op law deja after its eaptoie, kllllag fo ir orCve yaakee ' The Richsnand Examiner office collectod $3,530 fjf tbe fan 1 b;lrg ralied for Mrs. Momford la that el jr. The acaoeut aheady ettlmcribad (o capi tal stock of ike VI glnla Volutrer Kavy Comply, Sa qja million dA er . Gen. R. V. U'ehnrdso", famoee for bis ax pM s in West Ta:.Bee anr1 N-.tth Mla.iol pi. i in Richmond. Vicksbnrg ii gsrrisoned almost entirely by negroes tbe white yinkeM haring ben called el.' where. Oea.McJtrtbor is la command of tho city at present. Col. Job. Sco'.f, of Scoffs faruooe Looisiara Cavalry has gor.s t.i oast Lon'raia to leenma com aad. Ha re'ievea Qirt. Tay.or wLo was receutiy -palnted there over Col. DIKu". Wo regret lo learn tbal Can. Evans, wii thrown "fro t a bosry la CI al.atoa a few cays aince end several? Injure 1. Ditekollwai badl7 frit tared, and kla pbyilelaas iear that be will cot reeovti. The work of rabuildieg thobtirot portion or Martdtaa bat comn'Rced In earnest. Qaite a aamber a bnlMiagsare la eutim of extraction a f:w bare keen completed, aid many rtbers will be comment J as soon as 'timber eta te procand. Tha Maridiavj Chi ion aja: Ojr Dtpart nta cooiianJr baa been la tt e aortbe ra part of tbe State rr a week pu'. At present we bliee be i l Colombo. TheobjKtcfb s visit Inlbat flirectba la not known. Tba Miaaea 8rBror hi, woikora io milijary g'tods la II ickataae. Vaea pieteiled (K-a. Lee w'th a eoBpleta-tet of asl':tary lanifalv collar wieath and alare, Jacket flel ' wra tlh, slteve e-fTi all of emlro . aied gold usJ Lolliaa- anJ a stt or Coi federate gilt buttons aannfac.ord abroad. Waeebjtke Uicbmond papcra that tie Btmtary of War kaa lnd an order transferriag tke ynakea prlaoners ntDAoviile, Vi, to JeTia. Tbe maker originally eat to Dan Tile vm abat 4.(0 knit tk oeatba and eeopef since that lime baee eras ed at leas SCO nanie frm (he ro.1. The reain? of tke prino&eja was la luncnce on Thnrday hat. New from th Traoe-Miaaieaippi Ttctorrat a the Meridian Claries, cime in slowly. Rvefytbirg we kear, kawavar, on&iMs oar former leports ef a aijraal aacees. ldvlcsa from Tsegaaba of artccnt iata.etal that thi ronided were arriving at llitrn atwra by tba boat Kid. Information rrom Vickalarg oaafljm tkle new. At tba latter place it was facer ally known Baakekad ben bsdly whlpptd ntwi h ataadiag tba yaakea reticence. Tba Meridian Clarion raja: The bridge Israel tkroogh tbe eooolry ly ke enccy doiLog tkelr late rsld, aiesii:! dowa. We donotlM lieee tbire ks Laea one relalU Inane coaaly th merit wklck Bbermaa pssad. Tie county authorltl seen wilting for tbe ml Mary, and tie military cxpt ihe c'atlea to pa ap tielr own t.iid;e. It i ceriain'y tVa daty of tbe SVkw.J f po'.li-e ta ba?e the w- k done an we ftlnk It wou!d U we.l lo.- Oea. C"a k to give tba tnat'er bti attention. Tba Suntor Welcbmiu-aaya, wo understand tUtoaJer orders t on the War Department, all rfta a"ager tralas are U Ira disctntlii'j.d for"lity ity. roait are o -reaopv, d by tbe Ccvamneat Ur the traosyorttlloi ot rualla, troops aad t rre. W tiot that tbia will ,nt an etd to the practloe. luag prevkltht we are tIJ. of railraad orflctala aad atbra. (jrwardlsg freight oa pritate spaca'atloa, wbl a gov ernment tVetg't wai rottleg along tbi llae. Vhre l.a alai beca a great dial of aaoec aaary tin tl. wblck aaitat aaw be dloou' l-ued A cortaepooJent infirnn a', eaya fbo R m Cvnricr, tbt a aomaa dreaied ia Kale attl e, waa ar raeUd at the Irwin ftrrpital near Cinatoa, last Tha:!ey. a.. I m nt and'r g j-rd to Atlanta Oa tbe atie day two yea g weirea anited ta Klagatou fioni tUmj.ln cnupaay wi k Urte aollera. Faillar lo gft pami't to g to tlie f oil, or a loom it lle Hotel. tUy tl.el toaaUb etni ibcH'y t app ared. duaaeJ !n' ajldii-r s gaib.t!ey were trrtaUd tr d turatd cvor to tlv Piova-t Merb.4 Tlia roiorabnrg Kxfrf Tea-nB from Rich pi. n' tbal tbe d.is;ft to the yat-kw rr'gate Mltm- i.o t.,( anch rln flamptoi Koada.) frorn tbe exploi-n o! a f!i lei torji"! i on Pntlay nl?bt 1 i ainb nori t. ri u than kal Wen supposed. " It If raid lbt t'je day af".r tho eayloaiju. two Meaocers wers wvo l y oir sjooU c'rt.a) al h?ldd iU IflanaioU. aad tbat tii jtakicj wete tviJ.tctly buiily engaged la aakiag r -plra. AfWr a reail boor sawing, nailing and caul-t-g.tbe klinceaolJ, eacoitrd bv thi eteatncri. nw d o r. and it la a(i?.pocd t'at a'ie Lit Uea taken aroond t tks aaty jarl at Waa'ilagtoa. her Injarie neceeai ta'.lnc sack a u?e. On the 2.t't C.U., ibtro waa a grand i suite mert j-mi.Bg l e otera pe p'.e of Saw' Yoek.. Tbe pretl-u n gLt Veattall.tle fnperb," i ilo uatd to lc a Tozjb ycari rg9, wi performing in the "Dr-kr'a UA " Two r speaUMe rakib merabaa'a got cb tNJ u lbe aUs;a. aad whi e iheiiajej. wa btblad tba rc(au ia a masculine part, with a tempting exj.osnre of Li r scleacii prp rtton, ttry apiracbed ia a Varir'rwa7. wh1:t ga br treat tff nee. Ob of tbtrn pn'.LijhioJ oa bir ikonlder nJ3 cir.d that aba aaa a tally b-.y. Th? t -lian b 4 f tbe r. u.ed. nd s -e-arew me anu-a -wui. ,i nut of b:r c lu ie. a.ad antde an oas'oibt a aw en- wj r tba In'inders.aWcu reared I . tbeir kaaty let et ... ., i!..- bilnv r ns'.dJf-b'y kart. Vjatvi.I Vr.rewereso.kslL.r.d by tbe . ff.lr tka aba - t.jM ih-ceit aUc-at.aBd tbe maaiger aud to '.oolae-se lid em:ia I- tbe andience. i.i:-i- ...nor, who have left Vickabu g . jWltevt a a will U it Prt week.atau that tan yetkto ire I. wu . 4. ...i:k.aJtbataaon.lrcfiM metckiBt. p uked p their gooda a.l ler-r-d to - " 'L.... . U. Oweral Ituaa. tke gal- V.;:.".!tro-k..I.r m1dn V.P-, two brii adra tf b "k jatk.ee. at Hnyeci . W Ik. SO h . ... IIIW and ;V . .--.w j drove tba remittdtr ltt Vhx.. b?rf 'V J --a a-taf ce Ihe blat. aal fiey . -a Aetat a dbU-qul k. Beveval c.ava. H ,U, Kor.a. tt-s f -jU-wb laeaa w. ... - THURSDAY MORNING, AfRIL 21, 1864. Thk j-ockct nrve of tke jtnkee nation i now wibrgtiaji; painfully ia rcsj-OBne to he tirsastora. which their aims lure ea oouatered in erarj tide, ince tho opeaing of the Sptiag; ettnai-a. Gold bai -tonchtd 1?9 in the maaey caatre, and that ia the highest figare reached daring the war. Neither the financial joggVerj of Mr. Chaae, hia gold certificat-es, or the legislation of CoDgrcs. have proved suffioitut to Veep down the price of tho atatdard of Take, and that inexorable law which re-iiuca that paper iumt mu it be mado t fjuivalcnt to the precious mcUli, or depreciate in exaet pro portion t the value they represent, ia achieving ita inevitable triumph over the legerdemain of the Secretary, and the t. pcdltnta of Conrss. The reccut disatcra which tbe yaokce arms have cncoWBtercd, and the fajluro of their military plans, at every point, have ex cited public apprehensions and btiuiutatod tbe aJkarjco ia (Jold which was from t tber causes regular and progressive. Thus we ecc a uJ Jen rise iu the quotations iu a bin g!c wetk, from 1CJ to 17U, which in a very remarkable advance, and exhibits the cei v ous condition of the Northern mind ou the suVjoet of I he war. ETCry intelligent tuaa in the Notch fully comprehends tho fact, that the triuaiph of the Sjulli in this war, is necessarily tbe do- (ruction of tho wholi fioancinl system if the Northern government ; that it will to duce greenbacks to On worttdessoflss of the piper upon which tiicy are printed, and in voire the ncces.-.iry cf total repudiation. Hence every iudicaUou pointing to our suc cess strikes tho iclsh ioitioc's of a people whose god is money, and who reoogiiie bo rale of aotion but self interest, with re.-iiU less foreo. The beauty of the federal issues whichatlicy hare ssared their couschecos and sacritUed so much of decency and hon or to obtain, fad -3 and grow dim in the face of the daily increasing probability ef their repudiation. Tho telegram which convoys the intelligence of a disaster, depresses their Vpci of ultimate triumph, aad in creases their fears of a monetary coll3pe. Consequently gold, which grows in value a in'ul at financial ruin, becomes more aud mora desirable, and is more eagerly ?oaght for. The frcrh demands enhance the price, aud the ijQiitatious are advanced. So long as the war continues thi progressive eta- hanccrxentin the valao of gold and cor- j responding deprceiatiou in government is eues mint jo on nn'il the culminating point is reached, when tho bubble of paper money will burst And greenbacks will be but dust and ashes. In the present state ef publie feeling iu the North, a great Confederate victory would rend gold up !.; a rtcket, s;nd prostrate greenbacks heyoud the hope of rcsurrect.on. j tatlVitlg Df Utl(l)Jf 0 M(S aB(J The ccutrol of tue money market has slip- uilhfu, rrtlBijnt,for his dil.gcnt and aucco ped from -Mr. Close's band?, ocver more to f Lbors in in beb,lf during too critical pe bo regained. The national "debt bai be- iiod of flie firBt year of its existonce. come too unwi- I ly and i swelling too rap idly to Tjc Tcatraincd or controlled by tricks and ex pcd'.cts. It iuu now lulll'.l itson destioy, nrd that is to siuk into the bw'.tjin lean pit of "depreciation and worthlc.-sncas. We may possibly occasionally see the market spasmodically advauce aud dicUno, but the general and inevitable tendency is upward, ai'i upward it will ooutinuc to go. Some ioiaf prehension seems to exist, aajs the liichuioud Sentinel and we sup pose that papzr speaks by authority rela tive to the six per cent, bonds which tho Secret my of the Treasury is "puthoriaed to ss-uc" by the Gib tctiou of the . Cir rcney Act. It I con assumed that the five uodred millions loan thin uuthorizd would bo at (be option of subjciibers as to the r:ie, s.nd would be necessarily lot at par. j Ou the contr.ity, tho viu'msIou of bonds will be in the discretion of the Secretary, pnd ie is tlircctcd t sell or bypolbc.-ato tleai 'on the tet t'-rms he cau.' It is not &up peded for a uument, that- bonds, Fccurcd and ptiviloged as tlusj wil be, will sell at or Bear far. They ouch, in fact, to com m: ul a very large premium. The payment of the interest is secured by special pledge of export and import dut'us, and tho bouds themselves ate to be exempted frin taxa tion. This exemption will add very largely to their value. If it be assumed that our war debt will amount to cne-fourth or one third of tho total tf xable property of the Coafcdcracy, ahnndrtd dollars six per cent, bond, beiug except from the gcnetal levy, will liato ita Talue raicJ lo or iou as oninarod with other propetty. Purcha c:s will rerceivo this fact, end bid accorUiogiy. . . . - . Tbo?e, therefarc, who may hoia to tticir present fuoela under the bchof that they can bo iaveit in tho new six per een'jg. at plea grire, ad iu Ihe expectation that they can so invest at far, labor under a preseut error, ii .i i 4 . , ! , and will expeec then salve a to dteappalne- stent mil probably to loss. It is very de.ir.blc that tho holders of the 'J entrenov should exchange it for the . tBl the partof o'disrs for t.att otllcore, ore tke blgk u ' ' " . . r ! eo apHaanetkt oaB be paid tke 'alter -fwsii ,ew, or iovoit it ta four per cents, sa Lst J k.,t tmrn wke narsa as at aad ! sagot lor the s p,oastblef o S to Ksl it out of the way . 'nffMP imie.taonak .war fbe.ver, 0 ne as Tha five dollar noteg tfC, alio, a arreat dls- ini live ou.iar noeio .r , , inrdanee to buiiams &c rut ions : and tboe f who hold them ought to invest then, or ptjlhetuiBlo tho Treasury for taxes, as rapidly a possible. SxvxftAt. ef ou eotemrorama have thrown out ayaterioua hints as to tfce pro bable action of Congress which afgemblea naxt month, in repealing that part of tW act of February which requires the fire to be faaded by the lut of July. The Col umbus Oa., Enquirer, repeats the thought, and ventures another, which, if carried out, will materially affect the question or a re daction of the carreoey. The proposition to keep the fives io c irealation eaya tke En quirer, "will unquestionably receive strong support in Congress, and it will be, coupled witn tbe proposition further to amend the law so as to forbid the re-issue of any of tho notes funded, or tho issue of new notes for tbcin in the ratio of two dollars for three. We shall ba disappointed in our expecta tions if both of these, propesitions do not prevail. Wo therefore caution the pooplo uot to sacrifice their live dollar notes, and iu no case to submit tu the exactions or the fow grasping men who f ck to obtain them - u.avurfB ot. per cent, in ever pay-i tue pound of flesh to such heartless and u patriotio Shylooks." the: mtEvt cowicx-rio. Tho mooting of tho 1'rean Associativa of tba Confederal Statrn, wbich to-.k )lco in Au gnsiaon thn GMi in:t., brought Aether many of ilia Klitora ot the h a Jing paper ot the South, and -a8 an ctensiou from which tfe raay teasor.ibly axpoct good results l.oth to tie papers :i:d tho cause, vih whose uroptr- ity the nowspapera uro ao cfosely coMncted. . Dr. li w. CiLl.s, tbe retiiing I'reaideDt, delivered n very icellent addrofp. which he revicT.-fd ib bcieicesa oporatit-i; of the Ai ciatio-.i, mnils etifgealious thai experience had sugsreatad to bin mind, paid n glo ing tii- bnta to the heroiem. foiVaaranco andtirmnas! cf onr i ecpla. c'osirg with eoiuj sngesticua fl lo tha future mcvemeuls of our coemiis, who will eideavor to coloniza tho laud whan peace diwim upon u. TLe bueinena transact ions which occurred ' iu Convention ii Wednesday and Jbnraday, ! v.of couducted ia tic moHt barmojiiona Hp ir it. aud ret oiled iu perfecting and enlarging tha ayatem for obtaiuim; and diaseminatiag teie graphic i (iwj. he atncnlniect of tho Constitution ao aa to admit the weekly press to a participation in lbs lin fka of tbe Aaaociation, and the elec tion of eflicers for the ensuing -year, bra aa fol lows : Preeident W. G. Clark, aicbile Ilegiater and Advertiser. Societary and Troiisurer N. S. Morse, Au gusta Chronicle and Sentinel. Direclors G. V. Catnos, Augusta Cocati- tn ionaliat; A. F. Cmtcbfield, Teteikburg Ex- pre; J. J. Shannon, Meiidian Clarice; F. G. DeFontaine, South Carolinian; Franc. M. Paul, Cliattacooga Iiebul, and Mr. Fulton of tho Wil inirgton Jorrual. Kcto'utiona were passed thankirg iU eo ple of Acgnsta (or tha many aobetaiuial tokens of cocrtesyand klLduera extended to the Con vention, ASjo, coocarrir.; in Ihe eloquent testimonial of tho President s address to Ihe energy, effi cieucy and valuo of tho labors ot Col. John S. . ThrfttKar fliA Kiin.t inlitnitant tt . After n vote of tbauks to tba I'reiidant, Secretary aud Aseialunt Secretary, fr the ablo mitiner iu which they had discharged their ref ptttivo ilotiiM, and a vo-y neat an 1 appro priu'e a?d:css from President Clark, tho Ccn v. n'ion a ljiarncM nine die. Ihe Anjutln MnnafMtnilt Co iu pa My. In another column our rvadrra will lii'J an inlurcelii g paper in rotation lo the workings of this maioniuuth establiahmci t during the war. Tho aid reneored by thin Company to t! c Govertitneut in c!ohing and sheltering our trcopa id gi eater, perhaps, than tl at rendered by any n'ruilar OBtablishmcnt iu tbe country. Tt.o libeia ity of tho Company to the Gov en. met. t and ckaritab!e institutions is beyond all j:iifo, ai d rtficcta tho highest credit upon all il.o ii.dividuale composing L ' . I Miring our visit te tho factory in cempauy wiili other K:embcni of the IVcsb Atnociation, wo received, in common with tin ru, from fr. jAckson, the Freaidcnt, and Mr. Ccgin, tbe Superinrei.dtn', tokens of kindnoe acd cour trsy which will caene us to alwaja bear them in p'casaut taomory. 1ST Soe the oaid of The liaptist Danner, in another column. This is on excellent home paper, and we trust will receive a lib eral patronage. It ia filled with choice reading, and prints! on new type. Address, (enclosing 3TO) Jss. W. Ells Si Co , At-'an-ta. g Mr. Clarke f tho Moblc Hsgistar, who receully vieitcd ovir village, write a from At lanta aa follows as to Marietta, aud actus of Utr institution: Varletta ftcm abcace I have Jut retarLed -s cot look Bitcb lik tbe turn tf yore wken It was the fa tlie tumxer rraxt f r f ntilieila lover Uiorgia and from tbe tatk t'arvliaa coast. Tbe mala kvtrl bolld itg r been tranfoniid into a Htptral, and other bniMI r4oninoiq are nave u en aimiur y akp.wa 01. I . . . ubbw.wobbi. la aud co3vleoeat soij ara are aeea oa every a.ae, anj mumr vvijeocea ci vnc pitaB wi 'grl j-vlaagtd war" aboaod. PThil there 1 kal Dse wlara of mikViz the ae- itlitAMof Col. Win PUil.ijH, a wea tky tlli.-nf en ta tbe N.rWUi I'jper Hill Ccmaay. tbe maaagc rtn of wkMe t ff-tirs be baa pars w' j aa jeitakea. CA l'bil irs ca Biea aervtoe in tbe ne!dt Bating coui- tha igioa wakk aii. b a kiami. I a at battle it M jnvaii, aad t-aly iUixd aa i "f M UYMr9 of fcu h,h w.r.wor, , in in aeeeaat vetarua of al'onpiif who were k.-cce on rV lough, called snoa Li w'al p I watt i rea nt aad ltdiiaae good te V- JrVlt. j k:ir. la tke Coaledaeaey, aad tbgb tha veranavat j t,4 atwspsptrs are elass-vwaa for paper, are ot week. tag ap te ttelr fill eapaoity. The ea:ia of faia ta tke waat we aate i, aonae or ivir noax papwr aaaawv lag raaaorlboe ltr-eaertoo. Tbie owgkt at ao to be. Oovraawrat ahoald aabeiltatmaly eetaa Iks aeeeasary f ee tit krep every sail ia tks Oofcl e asy at veri to Its full eaaeaUy. T TUB KBI VOB I AL BROTH CUBOOD. Tcaid Hoi F1TAL, 4, 18, 64. Mxrar Brsa Ribcl : Contiauing the sketches of the editorial con--eution, the next name before cs is Job, Clibbv, of tho Macon Teltgraph. Thin geatbtman is a asaall, atout, active man. lie is perfectly alive ei all Baaltcra of kueineaa that come before the lody ftr action. He is a very good looking person, we snppoae about fifty years of age. Seems to have boon well preserved, aad bears tho air cf a man who haa secceeded well in life, by close application and attention to btiaiassa. Ilia dresa batoketa neat and faa tidiena babita. Bis opinioes are vary carefal ly atd nnmiatakeably worded, usually clear and concise, and always with a view to the most remunerative Bide of the question. Hie clear busiuean capacity ia evident in every movement. Ilo commauda tko entire respect of the members and is locked on aa one of tke shrewdest of tbo party. Hie paper has arjayoi an excellent reputa tion theso many years, and that it has Lean popular aid paying is evident in the well fed i.nd coutented appearance of its proprietor. Wo have always baen pleased with its neat appearance and excellent eelection, and hope it rosy live and prosper these many lays to come. ( HbnBY W ATTBR10K, nf tbe Southern Conf mleracy, polished io A' lanta. This gentleman though yoaag is years, ia old ia tbo profession, fit haa led a varied betdoult'eis e!if;ht!ul life. As tha former ei.litor of the liebel, jovr readers have been bmg familiar with hia style aad opinions. At proient hie articlco bear the stamp t mnch genius; hia perioda a:e woil tnrnad aud very often n delicacy c.f aLructnre and sentiment pervadea tbam, which aeeinad to be the reilac tion of brilliant and pleasantly remembered cue vernation witb ladies. Hie en:ericsa are ofteu nervously opened, but oftener have tbe aj earan'-e of havinj been carefully revised and only issued whea pariected. Hn seldom I'tints n careloea artiele. His finely polished aud elegant aonicnees are often vary brilliant and forcible though wo think they eemetimes are beyond the coraprthension of tbe mass of veae'ers. Kspecially ia thia too case, 'vitu hia terical reforenccs an ancient or mythological allusions. In tha case of Mr. Linebaogh, for . mrly of the Appeal, this was ao prominent a fault that few of his readers ctomprehonded hia magnificent, claakal writing, if r. Watteraon, ia medium in aizejbas a fioeljr marked face, an expaesive forehead and well balane.d head. There, is a constant norvoue play of featnros exhibited in his countenance. He dresses fa tidionaly neat and has elegant manners. Is quick ane rapid in hia movoments. He is Gnaly educated and splendidly accompl'shed in music, with tbe charms r.nd delights of which, he ia infatuated. In conversation he ie rapid and decided. He :a excesaively fond of ladiea society and devoted to the ssx.hesea ba is unusually popular ia his ceterie and circle ef acquaintances. There ate few of our friends whom wo Mcls-lr mora than this rentlemin, and what better with cm we extend him than that one of the fairest daughters of Eve may catch him in the eilken net of matrimony, ani that he may live long, te enjoy a stylo ef life he ia delaying nnjastifiably. J. R. Di m bi.b, Of tbe Appeal. There are few of the readers of that Uttnkel theet wue know, that ilia to the immense and laborious cflbrfa of this gon- tleman, they are iadebtod for tho large amount of reading matter the paper contains. He is a aios. He is a .is face how right, wittr'a small man of swarthy features, bi ever ie keen and intelligent, br ahatp and sparkling black eye. His forts s,s n newspaper man ce-naUte in an inimitable taste in selecting. Ho begics early in tbo morning and labors at liduously over the exchanges un til late at eight. To collate successfully for ao large a paper ae the Appeal, requires an extraordinary memory. Your read ere will readily appreciate thin feat uro of hie mind and the immeasity of memory required, when they remember ihat no itcsn ever appears twice in his columns. He ia a. plodding, earnest man, a most uncompromising patriot and worthy gentleman. J.A. Epcrrv, Of tho Atlanta Eegister. This gentleman is a rood reproeontativo of tbo cralt preservative. He baa aeivtd through all phases of the pro fession, from iletil t editor tend proprietor and with the uaual peculiarity of toarest which especially possess printers, be- haa waadored like another Ishmao! or wandering Jew, into every nook und corner on the fair bre.dth of ll' . tho land. lie is a good looking, peasant fatoJ man, au iuvetorato talker, quick and accurate in busiuess ma ters, and always ready with an anecdote or localized etory which illustrates the point in convoTsalioa. As bo is one of ibofew nun wluaA.ioelsilS hving au ab rout wife to whci.i he in devoted, the ladies will appreciate his honesty, no raro in tboss days, and my kindnusa iu tttating be is mar ried. Mr. Sperry is a pay, festive acd boon companion, a neat and sprig'itly writer, and one of tbe most stubborn a:td inflexiblo moo of .. it : . . 1 i r the tratcrnity. n ccuiumwu.onco in ma iuev tha .1. atrantliorek.D in the drama, aud wore he not eo light-heated, donbtleae would re pent in sackcloth and aahea, though really v know no bttr ponance ho could do than to write atiother play equally aa good. ExTRKMcn ie tbe caption of bis excellent and elegant dra ma. We have baen dei ghted with Mr. and Miss Richiiijs' rendition of it, ou several oo cbsious. Wo are eorry we do sot know enough cf aeveral other gentlemen who were present, to ake'ch them an i write tho cbilunriet aa Mri. Partington calls lhm. Tbere'e the hoepitab-e atdraabing, elaabing, go-ahead, drivirg aid inevitable 71. S. Mont of tke Augusta Chron icle and Sentinel, tbe leaant and genial Bm rrt of the Montgomery AJert,r, and a num ber ef others whose coadentcd bkegrapby vre doabt nut sense mere fci'e pea will paiat atd gracefnl pencil portray. We leave "the pleasant doanaia of nheee akelohee with stany regrets. Oar pathway haa bea throwh the attractive fields whore the reapers are the frieaU and companions I now leave. I have garnered them, aa tbey -- . gather, the beauties ani productions ef gonies aad excellence for the pleasure and benefit of their readere. I have been laboring under facet acate bo dily pain and intense suffering during tke past few days. Bat whilst writirg these sketches and gleaning ia the 'editorial field, so pleasant hue been the sneraetiee aad ao etelightfal tbe rrsorf, that I efUa forget fer awhile ray pains, aid aew it ia with taary regret e aad much errow at farting with the sokjeet that I hid aiiea to tke pleaairg self-imposed task I now finish. Cocstx Nee-ana.. WST We are permi:tsd to make the follew isg extract from a private letter from a gen tleman ia Mobile to a friend in this tUc : Mcrii.c, April 15, '64. . To prevent yoar being distressed by tha Yankee report of tbe sinking of the iron da4 Trtnneisae, I t.avo the ploasnro to anroarc that she "aliir lives," lying off the city, etripp td for a fight sad I hope will soon be released ireum her present contracted limits. We are hammering away at several others (iron ilads) which may yet be able te join tke ladren when the Farraget fleet attempts to uome in aud may ba before that time. A fine English eteamer came in about a -eek ago, and yeeterday anotker large one, beta freighted with perk, bsef, blankets, pew dor and lead, all for the Government. These two steamers carried ent Cotton on account of our "Cotton loan" bonds in Koglaed, aud one of therrt will loave again to-raorr6W, aad the other very soon for same account bth ways. .'?o you eee we are not aalesp down tW;s way. Oar elefenees, now eaid to be very alreng and are bsing daily improved by the sturdy mat cle of 2.200 well fod "Amaricaaa ef the Afii e:an Vcn'." Hnpply of provisions enlarging aad prices Advancing downward to-day, c m in aLy lantity at 83 pr bushel and "oo clipping ef f5 notes in the trade I fee jubilr.ut this morning, and if onr news bill cf fare" be rnoch extended soen, I shall seek some sequestered old field and give vent to '-my phelinx" by delivering to tho respon aivo "limber" a eeries of atentcrian vocifera tions, a clo.e Imitation of the Comanche war whoop. We may have some net back, but I will not antieipato it and onjcy fo'.ly our re cently reoorded ftnecesso. Great preparations are no donbt in progress fer a grand torf-natneitt of aires ia Yirginia, which I believe will result i.n obt favor, rmder t'aa inspiration and gnidance at Providence aud "old uncle Robert." This accomplished aed Yankeo foiy will pour itself copiously oa the heads of the great apoatles of miscegena tion. I want te sea, the name of the gallant Jaek Morgan in tke telegraphic option. I hope ha kaa had all things fixed i ig'if, and that he will boob ba ablo to disturb tke present repu td eqtipoiae of iCantecky, by the weight of bis sabre svery body is being enrollsd here, ketweon 17 and 59, our fire dsf .-trtment evtn, tot escaping. Onr blood is up, ie avengo that of our martyred lierces. Net a whisper af opposition to tli carrouoyand lax acta tbo moat BDerring teat ef the devotion aed back spring ef our "ragged auel a tar tew" people. Oar read is raaning through t Okalotn, and the Snperintecdent of the road goes up to way to soe if it can't be fiaishel to Cmnth. Very quiet here. We tool safe, and no trading ex cept in a very small way fcr viltels and clothes." The tew currency, very rarely appears and V H,uw" ' i,iWBwiU al'P i much sought for, the fs old iarnoaed change buy all I havo wanted to far, as first proaches. Tha $.Vs will probably de preciate but by that time we rthall have the new to work with. A IIanujome Sword. We were Bhown by Col. Mallett, on yesterday, a hand seme Sword, that Was manufactured by Mea-rS. S. Frnolick Co., at Kenaneville, in this Stato. It is a heavy well-balacc sd eabre, admirably sbapad and tampered fer effective aervies, and finish ad offia excellent atyle. The scabbard is al so admirably executed and beta reflect most criditably o the mecbnn'cal Eh ill aud gecina of the manflfacttrrcra. We were surprised to learn from Colonel Mallett, of such an establishment at Kenans vile, and ef the m aunt of worlft- it has execu ted for tbe Government. From April 1st, 'CI, to Maros. 1st, '64, this eelablitbuen has fur nished Id seta ef Surgical Instruments, 800 gross of military button. 3,701 Unce apewrs, 6.500 aabre bayonet, 1 1,700 cavalry sabrra, 2,700 officers' sabrea. 600 uavy enlls3es, 800 artillery catlassos, 1,700 sate of iufactry to coutrsments, 300 sabr) bolts, and 00 knap sack. We are pleassd to kn.jwof such a valoablo I ?BU , e7' !"lani ' ta,10' uu lmon Ilia fii'lput runrxrit of nmfil unir Iia r .r . . . r ""j coivca uy tlie ei te-rpneirg. proprietors In deed, wo understand that the demands of the Government keep its whole force most indas triously and eucrgoiically employed. Con federate Kt Kiev. Bisn.r Km.i.'TT will bold ser vice in St. James' Chinch, to-day (Thorsdsy) at IO'" A M , and at 1, P. M. Ordination in the morning. SAMUEL BENEDICT, Rector. (VjITXTniV ATIvZCIIPPI V " V'Y3lJlli,Ai iUloolOOlr i I ALij vr - r LARGEST PAPER IN TH CONFEDERACY!! PUBLISHED AT SICL.MA, ALtniUf Ia laired every ffnnday canning aad wlil ooatala. I. Fireside Beading. II. General IatelUgence Moral, Religions, I.lttr. ary. Statistical aad PoliticaL HI. The latest Tegrspkie aad News Reports. IV. AterioaofPaixsSroaias.lle rnbttcetloa of wkick will coxmeBce after tbe 15tk of May next. Tinas : Fix moLtka, tlO; tbice Boontbs, IS. 8ob aerlptioa te tbe Pally Unlasipplan at 4 per moath, laclade the Ben. ay iatne. Address COO 1 1. B kisiiiali, apill-lt Selma. Ala. gCT IH1 BKjT! Iks attention t.fth reading pablla Is eallew to tke aaaonaceiBeat that the favorite JSOUK aevspaper. tlao Br l"r, Upakliaksd evert Sa'.arday, la Atlanta, CeorgSa,at the erlee of tea dotUrf per jear. u taeA tad bv Btv. A. C. Da rv.oa. late af tke 'Ten nessee Baalist aad Jambs M. Klus. tarne- editor ef the 'Hoathars Fi-Jd sad rireeftfo.' TVeCftCACff.tbe HOXC Ct KCLlt, aad tke AJUfT, are kwnM m thw pufenet!. , DATTOJI , ELi.9 A- CO-, fropikteri. eprll J ' Atiaau, ua. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BsaaeaaTsaa MiLiiaav Peer,' Marietta, Ua., Apr. I 17. 184. j rpHIRTY DOLLARS BEWARD. Tke above reward JL will ee paid for tke apprekeatia s al Salivary at UlsPootofrriiateH.il. Carson, Co. B. 43i Ket nat. Da., Teluctoerft, who deaorted oa ebe evening cf the lttb Inst.- Deicripliea of tbe Ooaerter. IS years old. bias eyas, i.la:k hl.-, fair, coaip!il.iB. S ieet IS laches high, itvta la Cherokee Coaaty tloorrla. jy oraer or leoa vua .laiwKn. e oi. e. rn Atcas W. 9ts waar, Lient. apris-ii. snirn AnjAry blackado, to iace-oarato. ia a Irnites. drrs'Tli- Uctlo fsatare la the Maa-asiae. By aieaaa of the ar raageeaeate tbattaey have saad. they hope b en. ablet to rn?ct, is the pages of "Smlia .v Birrw aenthlT BMgactae, the ml iatcreatisg reaturra ot the l! M Eoj.isS perioJif le. The Bagaciae w.ll embrace, la it :pt, TALES. rOBTRT. SKETCHED OF LIFE AND MAXXERA. OFFICIAL AEMT AND NAVT lSTEI.LIdKXCB, lN8Tr.UC.TIVE MI.SCELLAST, awn ARTICLED 05 FOL1 T13AL FCOSOMT. The rrosrUtor woull call nartloatar attattoa to ike Akmv amd nvv" d -pan meat of the Magna as. latfllit'nca w .11 b rivea injaib'j. nnder this hrmd. of the lateat I'ajimoM, t i-r ef-il ga.Uatrv aad clbsrwie,) Ciusnii. A.- .in ths lU-galar and Volna- teer Mi.rary tias Naval Hervuo ot tbe CooJcdrralt State. Thl lafonratioa will bo of.-:l. ai 1 will be o'jtaiu- ed tnm ta tio. J of tha OH a nftai AJJ jL.ni a ;l iNtx'ii -ue.-ai. Allari.csia ta Htgztae not ored ted t j othr feriodicala. w II be Ooioimi.. The Ca eal. of the Firt Nmnsa of '.Smith A. 11; row a Moith'y Magaaine' wi'l hs m Teliowa: An Oppni Addr; Tba Creey: Waiwva's Trs'h; A Trop Through tha n'nrkails; The tNra. I, Ita atrttenea; Attrap'i i lliataetrre, (Aifrtd Ten ajaia, Caraill M A lee or Mvatiia 'oti; "Mr Arohi," (Oxnhiil Magaaat;) Tee iren:ue f Thacke av; Mane An'oiaotte'a Nerk a-e. (The tpe-t-tor;) IVt-wi'.ioi of Ftahldi iihu M.ttor rt lT-m. (t.nd(in Sociity Maguiue;) OT.oill Army end Navy I at4Kigei.ce. rns Trnna or ma Mieanni will b as fol!r w: F-n aiceie nurabr : : : f J.oi 8ubacription tor thrto ra-u'h. : : : .". o.l " aix men'! a : : : : lo.OS " " twelve m n:U : : : 20 01 Atentn anJ bukse'.lers In-n'jird at tbe ami rata ef dire u at AU crdtra slnuM be adJro-w ti SMITH A 1 RRCIW. P.b iabeia ami 1'ioprietora. Itscbiuoii'l. Va. nAD(jvKaCABP iNSTarrnos,) Dcra'.or, Ga., April 9th, Htii. ( General Orders. No. 7.1 I la ob'dlecf to orders acd ioetrnctlnre from tbo Breu of Con-ciiptioa and Com I t iif lnxrliita lor this State, the Tol owing place of mndeevcue are ee ubliahed for the flvs Cong. Diatricu ia tail eonioian J. For the Mh Cubk. Dit. Annuata. Oa. " etais.h " Athena, Oa. " " fth Atlanta, (. " " l(t " CatUravaie. Ga. II. All mea in tbene DistricU lietween the sg-M of IT and 13 ami 45 and u0 yeara, liabln ta Farullsiaot nud-r the r-cent act of Congreaa are heroiy ordered to rrndcavoia at the above named place, on the 16ia day of thia mvnt. III. District Enrolling Officers will allow tbrs re porting at t e rcnd.iroua. to orgs rsi into OomaniA aa volnnteera, and elect Ineir own oft sets, taking tr:av Urate asaater lolla of each comnaay. one ta Ki reUia ed ly tbe oflcer coannanJiag the company, aed twe to be forwarded to these beadquarts-a, The ace aod c naty or each raentbir ef tbe organlaatioa, will be SisTiattly stated aaiir th bead or remarks upoaons of tHe rills thus tarwar ed IV. Prqnieitioaa will ba made by the Dirt riot Ea roiiiBB ornrar. uPoa Post Vmrtatmaa'araand C-osimla- a.ries for Mmter Bulla, tenu, . . ..!. atenatli aad e.:ch other articled as are absolutely net -easary for the organization, subslatesoi aad caaifort ot tbe men. V. Diatritt Enroling OfBcora will give Immediate publication to thia orcer in tbe difTdreat couatlea or their dlatricta. and those of theas who are stationed at places cf rendezvous herein established, are charged with thi duty of personally auporrhhig and directing th orcanlsatloa of theao iarcea. By order of Major Joan F. Avoaaon, 4. A. (1. Cosj. ALFRED FRESCO XT, aprlG-la Adjt. HcAlKiH AKTSR9 OF CoMCBIITIOH, L Maesn.Ua., April 7t3, ( Geneial OrJe:a. N'o. -ii. I By order of the SnpsrlateaJent of Conscription, Camaaudanta r f of Caepa of Instructions, will order all men betwn the agea cf 17 and IS and 4 and j9 years to reodtsrous at tbe Enrolling lleadquartera cat the Congrreaiosal Diitrict In whlt h they raids on the iCt iay of April, lhay will then oa ler the siprrrls 1 i of the District Eaiolling Offlcera proceed to organ ize Into Corat atlfs ai Vo'uateers wita tha pririlege of I electing thtir own enieere. mj vruci v. Aur kj. a m wn i m 9 Com. of Cob. lor Oa. (Sigard) P. liooxrr. Lisa. A A. Adjt. II. If it ij not practicable In one or more of year districts lo rondezrotis the men at the Earollisg II ja-jaa-tr. yen will cnlieot them at nme other point in tbe Di.trict.and if that is ait practicable .rsliect taern at the pbce In jour opinion boat fitted lr tbe pur pose. Offle'al copy. JODJC F. ANDREWS. aprlC-lw. Major A- A A Gcn'l. loa'dr. TAILOR ftXOlICE Lodged in Cobb coo nty JaU. ob the Jld last., aa a runaway, a negro Bit cull ing himself 3fED, a boat 31 or 35 jeirs tt!d. black complexion, aad abaut 5 feet high. Uo aaye he h longate CiipU Waller lUtcii.T.Co. K.. Bgiaient, Morgan! Cavalry, aad bai a pasa trom Lt. J. tl. Uu3e Co. K. Slat lla.. dt.l Jaa. 11. 13. 1 be ownsr wlil prove propwrty, pay chargm. and take fclra away, i v J.M.l. ANDERSON. njb31 Jaior. KOll !ALK. 33 Bb!a lampblack. Apily io J. LAWRENCE LEWIS. At the iLk Fat. ry. feb27 tf. Klagstreit Itiad, Cliarkaon. tXJR. S tLK. FIVE Bbls Ivory BUck. Apply t J. LAWUKNCB I.KWH, Fritting Ink VecV.ry, f.L27 -tf. King street Cued, ejharleaton. ItLACUnu I t.CKIvtJIt CI RAGE DE PARIS. -Tills narirald HUcVing baa U:en th.irougulr but od and at irore 1. For aale by ut i n i i , Rjle Agrnt ia this City. Corner Kin a and John t-trecls ot by J. LAW1KSCB LKW1S. Printing Ink Factory. . tf. King street Ittad. t'birlcaloe TO TIIK PKK"r1. THE Prw Is respectfully Informed that they can at all times t e farniabed with GOOD PRINTING INK at mederata rate. Tbo qua lity of this IN K wlil apeak fr.r i sclf by re ferring to Uie "Merrtry " and-CauHer" of this city. o either 4 wbich lelere nces are made. All e.rcM most be acconpanifd by a description ot Prevwa used. J. Li.Wlifc.NlE I.KWli. tjbarles-on Frintlrg Ink Works. feM7 t. Kiog atrett Iiad.CharlratoB. TOXT.- Oa pt aboat lbs 30ih of Jaaaary ibroogai j the niH'ake f the irage in aster oa vb Htate Roij.bM vefB Ca'.boaa and AtlanU. a bla.k Tina with tra' s'.rara. ma-ktd n bmjle Dr. Farmer. I have 1 1 p'-e cf my tnr-k. a Ud'o traok, b-longlng to a Mrs. faoaia 1 Ogleaby.ot Marie'.ti. aaid trnok cataiaa tividea oikr aitk ea. a lik:neaa cf a lady, oaate ubo.4 bocka and aoaay let:ia-U letter are aSdrooaSl it Mrs. W. W. Og'eaby. Any iaforavUioB Wadlag lo the recovery f tke tmLk, w.b be liberally rrwarderf, and Ue laJy e trunk rnaraed. My treak k aid t kavi Uen utiQ at lie depot, at Marietta. aprlt -4i V. u. vauwiih. TvO SIXI. A two at-ir kowae witk alx rosM ij dieliU BArek 1b frtMit. aitna'rd on a kxavtr eojiaeaee.a saiU) fr-ia Marittta.aad onveatoatJf Weatora an AtlauUo Bail Boat, liie lot one acre, oa wblck ta a well et sxetlkat y some trait trees. Tea or sieves acres ran with it if daslred by the perehaasr. Tb Und .Mwood and a never faUina atra alio! vblck canto bengkt o moJnntv For part'eabus, apply to Bbel 09 i r i in k bj 1 o.V prise 9 dae pry cf Tie a tore il t-arasf l!it the Etl j war, wiAv I r mm mrtt K I have thosf b I i sVaiiaua trf kfwieor.s.