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Later from Vicksburg.
J_ore Rumors of, its Capture—Yankee Burner* and Lies. . The Nor them papers have Vicksburg again taken I A dispatch from Murfreeaboro' on the 9th, says: . _4 lady from Shelbyville arrived to-day and, says that the report of the surrender of Vioka- ] burg and the garrison of twelve thousand I men was prevalent in the rebel camp. j A late arrival confirms this rumor. * A person states that the rebel papers had published the particulars of the capitulation. The St. Louis Republican publishes the fol lowing from a gentleman of that city, just from the vicinity of Vicksburg: * I have been 'within a mile and a half of the rim, immediately|baok of Vicksburg, to . day. ©ur forces'have their outer works all round, and our line is only six miles long strongly entrenched so that two hundred thou sand men oould not dislodge them. So Vicks burg u»ay be considered taken. The soldiers and officers are in fine health and spirits. Our loss in wounded,'including every varfe ty of wounds, is 4,500; two-thirds of them were received in assaulting the batteries last Thursday. Onr boats and batteries are shelling the town all the time. The women and children are still in the city. The rebels will not al low them to leave. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Times writes: Vicksburg is garrisoned with 18,000 men. They are not at all sanguine of success.— They have but subsistence for two or three weeks. The soldier receives a ration of half a pound'of corn meal and three quarters of a pound of meat. Citizens Jiave to do on still less. .Fresh meat is out of the question after this. , • We how have heavy siege guns in position, which may hasten the "consummation Jde yojrtly.to be wished;." Yesterday we gained another work from thcenemy. Their loss is our gain—another step toward Vicksburg. The confidence of the army is remarkable; its health and en ergy are as much su. Many of the men stay in the rifle pits day And night. There is one that extends nearly half a mile, which is only three feet wide, but about ten feet deep. In the side of this ■they have cut bunks like those upon a ship. A man measures himself and makes a recess flfbout his sire, spreads his India rubber blan ket in it, and sleeps as quietly as if at home. In the forts where the artillerists are at Work, •I have seen men sleep beside the guns that fairly shook the hills, and sleep soundly and sweetly. The New York Tribune is not hopeful of the issue at Vicksburg. It is quite out of humor at the long stand still of matters at Vicksburg, and speaks out thus boldly against the Administration—remarkable, indeed, for the Tribune! It would be well if the government should bear in mind that there is a limit to all hu man endurance, even when the suffering is inflicted by one's most trusted friends. If Grant and his brave arruy shall be left to be overwhelmed and the nation be again agoniz ed with the spectacle of hecatombs of its children slain to no purpose, tho loyal millions will not quail nor abate one jot of their spirit, even in the presence of so great a calamity; but they may fee! that it would be no longer a duty to tolerate the men in whom they had confided.'and who only day after day have given proof upon proof that they can neither comprehend nor grapple successfully with the magnitude and the demands of the task be fore them. We feel it onr duty to tell the President these things. The people believe in the perpetuity of the republic; but they cannot believe in eternal weakness. They be lieve in the ultimate triumph of the national cause; hut tke"y cannot forever endure a chronic apathy and improvidence that no ex perience, however .sharp, and no adversity, however appaling, can stimulate or instruct. Latest from Vicksburg and Port Hudson. Several Yankee Gun-Boats Destroyed. The Figbt Progressing at Ticks burg. Banks Reinforced by Hunter's Command. &c., &., &. Jj Jackson, June 10th. A special despatch to the Mississippian from Panola, says the Yankee cavalry, one thousand strong, under Col. Hatch, passed Holly Springs bu Monday going South. -coAnotlier Grricrson raid anticipated." Col. McCulloeh, of tbe 2d Miss, cavalry, at tacked: the enemy 28 miles South of Memphis, on 1 Monday, and put him to rout. The Memphis Bulletin says, we drove in the pickets at Helena on Thursday night; heavy rain prevented attack. * j?ripe has ;four brigades, but thought no at tempt to take the will be made; also, Grant's sharpshooters command rebel works at Vicksburg. No rebel dare show his head above tho pa rapet. ■ Sherman commands the right, McPherson centre and McClernard left. The* advanced regiments are relieved by fresh troops daily.- A Northern dispatch says that Hunter's command had sailed from Port Royal, to re inforce Banks. A private letter from Clinton, La., June Bth, says, Port Hudson has experienced a tremendous fire from the enemy's fleet, in the past ton days. The Essex and two other gunboats were so badly damaged as to be withdrawn from the attack. Incessant firing at Vicksburg this morning. Five prisoners captured by our cavalry yes terday, at Edward's Depot, arrived here this morning. They belong to the Third loWa Cavalry. Summit, June 12th, . Nothing reliable from Port Hudson; firing heard night before last. 2b DispATcn. • Jackson, June 13. An officer just from Natchez, reports the gunboat Arizona' grounded on- the bar, four inilee below Natchez, on the 11th irfsi. He also confirms the sinking of the Essex, and ■ two ofbt» guuboatf, at Port Hudson. j [3d DISPATCH.] Summit, Junellth. Passengers from Poncbatoula heard heavy \ j firing at Port Hudson. The Essex reported captured, and several gunboats disabled. [4th dispatch.] I Jacswon, June 10th. i Memphis papers of the 6th say, Grant is mounting heavy Parrot guns, and his paral lels are within three hundred and fifty yards of ours. Nothing further from Port Hudson, and but little firing at Vicksburg to-day. Raining hard all day . • Jackson's Cavalry and the enemy had a skirmish at Edward's depot. Enemy retired, our loss 2 killed. [sth dispatch.] Jackson, June 12th. A negro lieutenant, and 12 others, belong ing to John Taylor Moore, near Grand Junc tion, who had been arresting citizens, and committing depredations, were brought here to-day- . Some exoitement, with threats to administer Lynch law, was caused, but quiet ed, and they were turned over to the military authorities, to be dealt with, as they claimed to be United States troops'. Weather cold—comparatively pleasant. [6th ditpatch.] Jackson, June 13th. Onr scouts, in the vicinity of Vicksburg, re port Grant hauling water for troops from Big Black, eight miles. He has mounted his siege gsns and opened fire to-night. The fire is incessant. Our oo lumbiads are replying promptly. A proclamation was issued, declaring tbe intention of the authorities to hold out. The best spirit animates the taoops in the works, who say Vicksburg never will surrender. All eyes are turned to Kirby Smith, on whose movements depend the fate of Porl Hudson and Vicksburg. Seventh Dispatch. Jackson, June lltb. A special dispatch to the Mississippian, dat ed Panola Fltb, says the Yankee cavalry un der Hatch has gone back towards Memphis. Citizens, near Horn Lake, report thirty seven transports, loaded with troops, passed down yesterday. Heavy firing continued at Vicksburg last night—the heaviest yet heard. The weather is clear and warm—thermome ter 90, A correspondent says o Federal brigade was repujsed on the Big Blnck by Johnston. Bth dispatch. Summit, 13th June. Gentlemen from' Woodville report that Banks is fortifying on Thompson's Creek, 20 miles northwest of Port Hudson, and plant ing heavy siege guns. He has mustered out several Regiments. . General Sherman's left arm has been ampu tated. 9th dispatch. Brookhaven, La.. 12th. Nothing from Port Hudson. The Yankees evacuated Clinton, La. A part of the town was burnt by Grierson. 10th dispatch. Mobile. 11th June. A special dispatch to the Tribune,, dated Jackson, 10th, says:—The last news from Port Hudson reports its continued bombard ment. Nothing definite from Port Hudson or Vicksburg. Special to the Register, dated Jackson 10, has Panola dispatches which say Hatch came as far South as'Armisted, Tepus county. • A Vicksburg correspondent estimates Grant's loss as tremendous. For instance: an Indiana regiment went in with nine hundred men, and came out with the Lt. Col. and 15 men. 11th dispatch. Jackson, 12th. An official, who left Vicksburg on tho 10th, reports all working well. Garrison in fine spirits, and well supplied with provisions. So far, but little damage* done by the ene my' fire. The total loss of the garrison sinoe the siege commenced will not exceed three hun dred. Grant is still "pegging away" from, paral lels. .No mischief done so far. There are rumors that Magrader is march ing on New Orleans, though it is not credited in official circles. INo heard this afternoon. Nothing since the skirmish yesterday. Since the mutiny in Jackson, it is thought they have given up another raid. Office Va. & Tenh. R. R. Co. 1 . Lynchburg, Juno 16,18G3, j THE Board of Directors of this Company have declared a dividend of six per cent, upon the stock of the Company, payablo to tho stockholders or their legal representatives. at their office in the city of Lynchburg, on and after the Ist day of August next. The transfer books will be closed on the 15th July, and stand closed till Ist August, There fore, those persons owning stock, who have not had the transfer made to them, will have it doni| before the 15th July, as the dividend will be. placed to the credit of the party in whose name the stock stands on that day. By order of tho Board. . 'J. G. MORRISON; June 19th, 18/>3. Trcas. SUNDRIEg* ~ JUST received and now in store 1G bbs. Sugar, 5 doz. grain Scythe Blades, 500 yds. I Domestic, 500 " Organdie Lawns,, (fresh) Cotton Yarns, fine numbers. 100,000 G. D. Gun Caps, 100 Packs English Pins, 2 chests Gunpowder Tea, 8 bags Copperas, 3 kegs Soda. ~ WILBAR & JOHNSTON. Bristol, Term., June 19, JB63—2t Wew and Fresh Arrivals. Sugar, Coffee, and Soda: Pepper, Spice, Brimstone : Le;td > Tobacco, and a few Bunches Cotton No 30 Reams Letter Paper; 25,000 Envelopes. , " W. M. G. SANDOE. June 19th t 18G3—4w | CHEWING- TOBACCO. ONE or two hundred boxes of Chewing To wwowj of all qualities, in store nnd for sateiby F. B. & S. F UUIIT I MARRIAGES. Married* at the residence of the bride, on the 28th of May, by Rev. J. H. Acuff, Mr. R. F.*P. Houston, of Kenthcky, to Miss Bstst E: Bai ly, of Roane oounty. "None but the Ipave deserve the fair." Married, at the Exchange Hotel, on Wednes day night, tho 3d inst., by the Rev. W. W. Neel, Capt. JamW M. Cathet, of Haywood ' county, N. C, art! Miss MAEOAftET E. Price, daughter of J. W.lPritfe, Esq., deceased.—Bris tol Advocate. In this place, of Wednesday cvoning last, by Rev. G. R. Stephen D. Mekk and Miss Mar* C, imghter of Mr. E. L. Daven port, i ■ OBIiuABIEg. _ . L- , . Died, of Diphtheria, in Cedarviile, on the 4th inst., 6__.il P. EfeowNlNO, in the fourth year of her age; and oil the 12th-inst., Paris, in tfce seventh year of ha age, children of Jessee and Rebecca BroWninl . l : Deeply do I revet to record among the scenes .Of death, these interesting children, who, like the roses of sumnir, bloomed only to fade and die* As flowers ijbien' are so beautiful and ton* der in the moaninl, are seen to droop under the chilling blasts cf &ening> so these little jewels, who, a few dayskgo, Were basking in the sun shine of health, *re, by disease, swept from the foild embrace pf a tender father, an affec tionate mother, aid two loving brothers, who truly mourn theirloss. ■ But God, in His provi dence, has remov_ them, and we,trust He will bind up the brolfen hearts of those bereaved friends, and prepare them to meet the children where ties are ne%r severed) and sorrows never come. A. FRIEND. Died, at Hillsvilfe, on the morning of the 11th inst., of ConsumpKon, Capt. W. L. Tipton, of the 29th Va. llegi Died, near Saltjflle, Va., on the 10th inst, of whoopingcough, Billib, infant son of Robert and Susan T Goctaby, aged one year and ten months. Willie, after three weeks of severe sufferings closed lite eyes in death, and his spirit was wafted by angels to that blissful rogion above, where lie, "■frill join his loving mother that has gone before, and was waiting to wel come the ioved oik home. Died, in.Smythvounty, Va., on the 27th May. Me. Andrew SaufSON, aged 72 years. He was a highly esteemed citizen of the county in which he so long |ved. Departed this life, on Thursday, the 11th inst,, Elizabeth Henderson, wife of James Henderson, Esq;, if Holston Bridge, Scottcoun ty, Va., in tho (J2clyear of her age. - ji ;__ |OTICE. ALL persons i| the following counties who were temporarily exempted by the Exam ining Board of thi 18th Congressional District, ars referred to therfollowing order, and will re port at the time aid places mentioned, „ fol lows : For Bland co., at Grab Orchard, Jnne 22. " Russell co., af Lebanon, Juno 26'& 27. •♦ Scott co., At Bstillville, June 29 & <50. _ 11. Conscripts exempted prior to the publica tion of General order No. 22, Adjutant and In spector General's Cpce, February 28d, 18t>8,aud excused from military service for the reasons announced in thatf order as insufficient cause for exemption, will be rc-examinod by the Ex amining Board of tSargeons appointed for the different Congressional Districts, and if not deemed dnfit for; Military duty under thein structions issued, pill be received 'into service. "Temporary exemption" wiU not be given for a period beyond thirty clays. [Signed] . " S. COOPER, _, __ Adj't aud Insp't Gen. THOS. P. SHIELDS, Surgeon, I. A. T PAINT ER, M. D., and JAS. P. HAMMIT, M. D., Ex amining Board 13t& Congressional District, Clerks, Sheriffs,. Justices of the Peace, Minis ters of the Gospel, Ppysicians and all persons claiming EXEMPTION, except MECHANICS, are requested to report and make proper certifi cates. Those failing to report will be consider ed (not exempt) anil liable to duiy. I am authorized J>y Maj. Dorman to say that all men in the above named counties, absent from their commands without leave, who will report to me at the time and place abova men tioned, ready to go.to the Camp of Instruction, will be dealt with leniently,, and a recommenda tion in their favor sent on to the commanding officer. D. B. BALDWIN, Capt. and chief En. Off. 13th C. Dis't. June 19.—2w v . . ——« 1 ■' Attention! THE male persons residing in the bounds of the 2d Battalidn of the 70th Regt.*V. M. between the n-ges of 18 and 45 years, are order ed to assemble at Jeptha.N. Logan's, on Satur day, the 27th day of June, at 2 o'clock in the evening, for the purpose of organizing the Com pany, and electing jufficors for tho same. By order of WM. S. RYBURN, Lt. Col. Comdg. 70th Regt V. M James Crow, Adjt. Juno 19, 1868.—2w Attention; COMMANDANTS of Companies of the 106 th Regiment, will" at ouce order their com mands to assemble at a convenient point within their Company Districts, and carry into effect the Order of Adjt. !§en. Richardson in regard to weekly musters. J. T. PRESTON, Col. €omdg % 105 th Regt. Va. Militia. June 19, 1868—tf Washing-ton County, to wit: " To the Clerk of the County Court of said County: WE, James McNew, John C. S. McNaw and J. T. McNew, three freeholders*f the said county, dp hereby certify, that by virtue of a warrant to us (directed by David B. Clark, a Justice of the said county, we have this day' on our oaths, viewed and appraised three head of Cattle, taken up by William L. Shannon, agent of Wyudham Robertson, on the land of said Robertson, as c, strays, and assess the first at $40. The said; Steer is white, 8 years old tins Spring, with black on each side of his head marked with a smosth cross off of each ear un __* ___*_ lcf * G . a r- T : T .° secol »d, a Heifer, valu ed at $25. Said Heifer is red and white 3 years old this sprint, marked, cross off of left ear and over-bit i£ right car. Tho third a Steer, valued at. $36. Said Steer is red and white spotted, thrie years old this Spring marked with a crosaand two splits in riurut ear and split in left, ans under-bit in same. Given under our hands this 15th day of May tf g G3. 8 JAMES McNEW, *>HNC. S. McNEW, JOHN T. McNEW. A Copy—i-Teste, ♦ JOHN G KREGER, c. c .June 19, 1803.—3t SALT NOTICE. THE County Courts of Virginia are notified to appoint agenfs to negotiate for salt to be manufactured by the State, and when the Courts cannot meet in consequence ef the proxi mity of tbe enemy, any three or more Justices, or the Senator and Delegates representing the county, are requested to nominate an agent to the Board of Public Works,'as by law directed. 'Agents of counties entitled to salt under former contracts are requested to get their salt and re move it 'as fast as the means of transportation will permit Address JOHN N. CLARKSON, Sup't of Salt Works, June 19, 1868.—4t Saltville, Va. $300 REWARD. ~ RAN away from the subscribers, at Saltville, Va., a negro man named JAKE, black, one tooth out in front, about forty years of age, and wore, when he left, brown pants and a white hat. This negro* before he ran eff, committed a gross outrage upon a respectable woman in this neigh borhood. We will pay the above reward if the said negro be Apprehended and returned to us, or if he should be killed in endeavoring to es cape. STUART, BUCHANAN k Co. Saltville, Va., June 19, 1868—tf $30 REWARD. THE legal reward of $30 will-be paid for the apprehension of Edward Drake, a deser ter from Oo 8., 87th Virginia Regiment, for merly a member of Capt August's Company, State Line, from whom he received a discharge by reason of being over age, which he still has in. his possession.' Said Drake claims Glade Spring. Washington county, Va. as his home.— He is a substitue. Also, a reward of $80 each, will be paid for the apprehension of John H. Loggins, James Price, Alfred P, Harless and Thos H. Philips. J. STANTON KING, 2d Lieut. Comdg. Oo B. 87th Va. Regt. June 19th, 18C8—8w ,_ $50 REWARD. RANAWAY from the subscribers at Saltville, Va., a negro boy named ELI, nineteen years old, weighing about 150' pounds, about 6 feet 6 inches high, of black complexion, and very full eyes, and thick lips. We will give the above reward of $50 for his arrest and delivery to us, or confinement in jail. He has been out two weeks. SEAGO, KENNEDY, PALMER & Co, June 19th, 1863 tf. AQUATIC ! i 500 fish caught in one hour with the "CHINEESE SECRET ART." THIS method of taking fish does not injure the flesh, and hundreds may be taken in a few hours without any expense and very little trouble. I will send this -"SECRET" to any person who will inclose to my address 25 cts. in specie or $1 in paper ourrenoy. We will refund the money if you are not satisfied with the "Se cret." A breast pin gratis to the first lady ordering the art. Address " F. E. G. LINDSBY, June 19.—5t Raven's Nest, Va. Our next Regular AUCTIOX SL__2__3, WILL be held at our Store in Brjstol-Good -Bon, Term. and Va., on Thursday, June 81th, 1863, commencing at 9 o'olock, at which time we will offer, without .reserve, a large lot of fresh and scarce goods of various kinds, a portion,of which are enumerated bo low: • Sugar, Coffee, Soda, Tea, Black Peppen, Nutmegs, Cloves, Essence Coffee, Indigo, Copperas, Blacking, Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Matches, Brimstone, Flour Sulphur, Letter, Cap and Note Paper, (large stock,) Envelopes, Cedar Pencils, Steel Pens, Playing Cards, Tooth Brushes, Fancy Prints, Denims, Worsted Goodß, ■ Cotton, Muslin and Linen Handkerchiefs, Cotton, half Hose, Napkins and Towels, ' Ivory, Gum and Horn Fine Combs, Dressing and Pocket Combs, in variety, 4-4 and f Domestics and Osnaburgs, Cotton Yarns from 9s to 13s, Needles, Pins, Buttons, Knitting Needles, Black Flax Thread, black Sewing Silk, G. D. and English W. P. Gun Caps, 1 A lot Anchor Bolting Cloths 5s to 9s, 800 Volumes Moral and Religious Works, Tobacco, Segars, Pipes in large variety, Large variety ot Soaps,"(all kinds,) and many other goods besides. : WILBAR & JOHNSON. N. B.—Our sales hereafter, will be held every other Thursday, instead of every Thursday, as advertised. W _-J June 12, 1803—2t 9080 XUiIWATUD. Hbad Qrs. 48th Va. Inpt., May 19th, 1863. A REWARD of $30 each will be paid for the apprehension of the following named de-' sorters from the 48th Regt. Va. Infantry. I will guarantee to any man or men who will apprehend and deliver to the nearest Povost Marshal, taking such Provost's receipt, for each deserter: Aged. Hight. Complexion. Eyes. Hair. 1 Isaac R. Arden, Co. B, 28 years, 5 feet 10 in., Dark, Blue, Dark 2 Thomas Davis, •"" 22 •« 5 " 9 " «' Hazel, Brown. 3 Chas. Snodgrass, »« « 22 " 6 « Fair, Blue, Light. 4 Benjamin Moore, «« " 20 ««■ 5 " 5 " " Mi « 5 Andrew Jackson, " " 19. ' "" 5 " 6 " <« " ! " 6 David R. Moor*, " F, 28 " 6 " 10 " Dark, Gray, Dark. 7 James D. Denton, " " 27 «« 5 " 10 " Fair, Blue, Light. 8 Henry A. Lethcoe, " '* 26 " 6 " M M " 9 JamoS Roc, *' " ,20 "6"6 " " " *■ <« 10 G. N. Heatherly, " I, §20i M 0 " Dark, Gray, Black. 11 James D. Wise, " X, 40 " 5 " 8 " M <« Brown. All from Washington county, except James D. Wise of Co. K. June 5, 1868— Slw . » OSCAR WHITE, Maj. Comdg. 48th Va. Infy. $60 REWARD. THE logal reward of $30 .will be paid for the apprehension of Martin V. Fleenor and John A. Brooks, deserters from Co. X, 37th Va. Regt. Martin V. Fleenor resides in . Wash ington county, Va., near the 8 Springs; John A. Brooks in Sullivan county, E. Tennessee. It is hoped the citizens will aid in bringing these men to jnstice. L. IRBY FORREST, Ist Lt. Comdg. Co. X, 37th Va. Regt. June 5, 1»63—4t Stop the Deserters. THE following are deserters and men absent without leave from ©emoanv F 48tv Rml Va. Volunteers J VWB P«»y *» *«» »^B*« James p. Denton, Jametßee.HenryA. L«t_ coo, David X Moots, Hugh 3< Dye, Hiram Fal len, Henry Helton, (HaiW Helton, Marion Sarah, Jacob Sproles, John Wood, James Ki_ dnck, Jacob T.Campbell, Georg* W. Vipner man, Alfred P. Jackson, Henry F. Willis, Johu M. Pnoe, and Morgan Patrick. I therefore request all loyal citizens to arrest all such men, and the usual reward of Thirty Dollars will be paid for the arrest of aU the a bove-named persons, t will strictly enforce the law against any offioer or officers receiving the above-nemed absentees in their company*. DAVID N. CLARE, 2d Lieut Comdg. Co. F, 48th Regt. Ta. Vol*. June 5, 18«8—«t l. * IiBADQ~AHTB»S 60tH Ta, RsftT., 1 Camp Near Hamilton's Crossing, Va., I May 25th, 1868. j TO the Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs and Consta bles of the counties of Lee, Wise, Smyth, Carroll, Pulaski, Grayson, Amherst and Patrick) I call your attention to the following order dated Adjt. and Inspt. Gefls. Office. Richmond! June 18tb, 1862, of wbiioh the following is a true espy : WAR DEPARTMENT, "I Adjt. and Inspt. General's Office, v Richmond, June 13th, 1862. j GsHtaAi, Orders, 1 No. 48. ; With the consent and approbation of his ex cellency, Governor Letcher, all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs and Constables of the Sfc'te of Virginia, are authorized and requested to apprehend de serters from the army whersvei tl.ey may be found, and .to deliver them*to si: offices of the army at the mostconvenJentpoint or station, ef to lodge them in jail and report i heir names and Regiment to Genl. S. Cooper, Adjt, and' tfM. General, Richmond. Thirty dollarswift be'psF_ for all deserters d silvered to ad officer; and Fif teen Dollars for each deserter lodged in jail. No allowance will be made for the txpenses of ap i prehension and transportation. All Jailors receiving deserters, are requested ito detaih them. Tbe usual alio wanes for the support of prisoners Will be made. Below is a list of deserters from the 50tb Vs. Regiment i Company A. James Adams, Leocouxy, Va. P. G. Noe, •" •• « Jas. Ward, " •« » Wm. Hobbs, «• •• «• Wm. Montgomery, " •« ** Alejar. Wilson, Soott «« •» Richard Stanley, "• •' " i Benj, F. Richmond, Wise " •• . Company B. David Collins, Leo county Va. \ 1 Andrew Stanley, ■« " «« 1 Noah Hopkins, " « «• Martin Young, M '• " Levi Johnson, Hancock county, Tonn, Wm. Newberry, " h « Stephen Nichols, " " « James Willis, »« •« "*• Paschal Collins, " " •« Arohibald Collins, « n •« Charles Hays, Roanoke " Va. Company C. Zachariah H. Bailey, Mercer county, Va. Henry Hoback, Wythe •• " Wm. H. Sutter, Bland " " Chaster Taylor, Tazewell »t Bland co.Va. Aaron Cortu, «« «• " Company D. Wm. Weaver, Grayson cvanty, Va. Company E. Lewis W. Bogus, Smyth county, Va. Harvey Bridgman, •' •• " John M. Poston, ♦• " «• Jeremiah T. Poston, " -'«, " Benjamin R. Tartar, Wythe " *• Benj. F. Clark, Smyth :• " Jns. Clark, " •« " Abraham F. Fisher, Patrick •* " Philip J. Roland, Smyth ■' * Abram Hunnel, " " " Richard Bryant, " " " Reese Carter, **'. " •« Augustus Heuniger, •* * " " Company F. Wm- M. Staton, ' Amherst county, Va. M. T. Staton,. "■' •« »• D. T. Staton," " •• " John M. Staton, •• " " George Fitzgerald, " " ** Bon. F. Rogers, " •*■ ' " Wm. McDaniel, " " " 1 Chas. McDaniel, " " " Robt. L. Hicks, " " " C. S. Floyd, ■«■«•• Jas. Byas, " •• v Wm. Byas, •« " " Richard Byas, " " " Dabuey Horttos, • " " M James Fitzgerald, " •• '* Company G. Wm. Hawks, Carroll Co imtjy Ya. Company H. James 0. Hilton, Scott eom>ty, Ye. . James Jones, *' " " f William Stapleton, •• /' " \ Samuel T. Cortu, Lee ■• ••..:., | Henry W. Stapleton, Scott •' " i George W. Stapleton, " " " ' Willis A. Buchanan, Wise " " EU Wills, " f " Isaiah Wills, " " Company I. Reson W. Covey, . Pulaski county, Va. Ralph Blkins, JohnElkins, «* Wm. N. Guinn, " Creed Graham, " " " • ' Chas. Howery, I Peter C. Honaker, " " " | S. W. Meredith, " . " ' " I Dexter F. Runyan, " " " I Chaster B. Smith, " Benj. Duncan, Carroll M " Wm. C Gray, Cortft Goad, * Jefferson Phillips, " Jas. B. Quisenberry, V „ John A. Suttin, " " • Wm. L. Smith. " ". , t Preston H. Snow, " ' „ Gabriel Simpkins, " By order of L . j. p KKK INS, Major Comdg. Mth \ a. Regt. Official- J. W. Amiss, Adjt. June 5, 18«3—3w A Negro Boy tor Sale. T WILL sell at the Court Hou»e on Monday, JL the 22d inst., (Court day,) * likely negro Boy, .22 years'old. He is » good field hand. JAS. L. F. CAMPBBLL, Juae "5, !*63—3w AuctidliMr.