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ft SLJLVL 99 L t VOL 1. WI XCHEST IvU, TENX., AUG. ICth, 186:. If 0.5. VfY M 1. ULI v V In A YsanSicc Filmier' Nrl!. omo. waggish c-o! U'lian.s not far from the "City of .Notions," wore regaling themselves one cvoiiiii, at a house whore they wore accustomed to meet for ii frolic when an old tanner enter ed ami inquired it lie could obtain a lodging there. The old follow, who Avas a shrewd Yankee, saw at once that he was to he made the hutt of-their jests, but quietly taking oil' his hat, and idling a worthless littb dog ho had with him, to'lie under his chair, he took a glass of proffered beverage. The students inquired after the health o'' old man's wife and children, and the farmer.' ; uu alVeeicd sympathy, gave them tic? whole pedigree, witii numerous anecdotes regarding ibe f rui Meek, etc. - I M)o veil bekmrto charel '.'" asked I One ot lhe wags. 'Well, .1 don't belong to nothin' else ! Ycpt JJetsy," said the firmer. '1 suppose you would not ull a lie".:" j ashed the student. . j "Nn'i for the price of that ail" cur, 1 an' lkty's windin' gown an' all the' iixin's belonging to it, to boot' said j the farmer. I 'Xow, what will vou take for that ; dog:''' pointing to the farmers cur,; who was not worth his weight in Jer ; tey iaii'1. ! won't lake twenty dollars for thai ! do.ee." " ! "Twenty dollars! why. he'sr.ot worth I twenty cents. , t . -v -, 1 ;;,. c:.IikY wvil ti twonv tioliurs it toe. j Jle pcrtccts the house, and keeps the; -phoney -Mianglnes iioni rooming on lietsy's clot! es line."' ''Conic, my friend," said the student, who, with his companions, was bent upon having somo fun with the old man, "now. you say. you won t tell a ; lie !et me :ce ifyou will not do it lor j twenty dollars. J'll give von twenty' dollars for your dog." - ' "I'll not take it'' ' "You will not? 11 ere J let mo s-oe if this won't tempt you to lie," producing ' a '.small bag.ot half dollars, from which ' he commenced ccunting numerous' small idles uno;, .he table. The iarm-' was Ml ling near, with ids hat bet$eu his knees, app: rently unconcerned. "There,'' added the student, "there arc twenty dollars, all in silver; 1 will give 1 yon XJiat for your dog." I Ihw ohl farmer -quietly raised his hat' to the edge of the table, and then, as quick as thought, scraped all the mom I cy into it, except one half dollar, and I then exclaimed 1 "1 won't take ynur twenty dollar-d, Nineteen and a half is as much as the do;' is worth con siderin' he's got one ; broken leg from Betsy's brumstick he's your property." A tremendous laugh from his fellow-1 students she wed the would be-wag that! he was sold, and that he need not look ilr help from that quarter; so he good naturedly acknowled the beat. The student retained his tlog, which ho I have but one suit of clothe, and many '. of witnesses daily. ' It is a worthy Keeps as a lesson to hum nover to at- are almost n:ikv.l. i early ene tenth comme.nt iipow the immitigable mso tempt to j'day trick's on men older than ; of the army i barefoot. The single lence and stupendous hypocrisy of Mr himself, and especially how he tries 1 salt of clothes that the luckiest of us ; "icedrcsident .Stephens' pseudo mis Lo wheedle a Yankee tanner. Tho E: lioat of Uvnzz s Army C;.m) on Lookout Mountain, ) Xeur Chattanooga, Tenn..luly 7, 'd:l ) The arm)- oi 'the Teniussce, d'en.t 15 ra xt'." i 'h agi' commauding, has an iv '.'d t he.s far on its retreat from the ad- vnn-rdiur army of I'oseerans. tl: h?ve, are wet and fermenting with the hion to Mr. Lincoln "to mitigate th- accumulated rain and sweat that have , barbai ities of war," Th's war, am. .... i ' soaked them for thirteen da vs. I si:iUM)i'(he Kco!i H:ii. ,v. IVptitchto t!io Cim iarutti G.-.ctte, Jli;AL(UAFm:ns L'kl Arm 3' Corps, ) Li.xixcTON, jyM Aug. S. j jniorraaiion receivea tn:s morniivr scarcely any other, can surpass the in human cruelties practiced by these ly ing hypocrites in East Tonnesce. h'ven this last conscription act is m 1 tended ami emi!oyed more a? a cloa" J to their baid'a-'ities to i.tah .". diers, sou'eit larni-ic s exi-use to ce;;?' eoi wor bar n-h"- arm" of I'-e ans ller iiuorsoauon receivea in: morning . aiers, sou'O it rirnir-;;- s eMJiise l) i,te'en davs'ld'tinparaUeled'suirerings " Konl's expedition below the j property, hang, kiii and ve.t the nMsum- 'of io:ved marches, hard! ( mnbeviand in pursuit of Vott, neany mferna! pass:oas wit n impurnty. floy.4 ndc.h-Tmless nights, dreiu iun-rains, '0nckuJeMho dashing entrco and nu j under twelve years have been sac y: ivfn)t walkin-' oyer stonev' ro:id, .loi iouh hnale of the las't act ot the ! their knee at their.motuer . Icet; Cn p.... i .. 1 .. . . 1 ... 1 !riliiar.t invasion so lon threatened. ion nten. old and vounrr. havf :in ;ho-'-. 1 7 . hunger, famine, heat by day, ami cold hv ni-ht, we have speeded in escap-! M'h.valnc leader ot the (lower ot the: and hanged m pr-enee of the::- ago i,',., f om the teriible Yankees, and put ! uth the 1st J;a.( Cay.) is not elated ; nued wives m mother; lema.cs have as"a peace-maker bet ween them and . I jM'Ohably with their late achievements, ! been bvatady inuiuered lor eonecatiu; the sin-in-current of tin deep, wide;!(l this time is ready to become a ; their ens or hustano':, or violated in maiotic Tennessee. Here wo rest om ;ubscnber to the axiom that "ranis, the presence of their b.aaa and help broken down bodies for a In ief season, 1 W- J ho tteved iragments less male protectors. Kapme, pdiage, and lop. to recuperate our cxhaute,; f h?cott command took rdugo amng arson, rap- and murder are no longer ,t,.,n,,.Y r.M.MP- in ,i..u iVorce- hdb along their hue ol night, trom , crimes m laist lennesee, ;uvd no rebel , 1,. ... .,,.1;,.!,,, ,,f ,.',,1 1.; .. . Irvine to the C undierkMid nver, l he 11,11 lll'.n lu.-r-o i til iu. iv o v.' v.iv7uiiin,. ... . , 1 , ,, ,j,;,iT. r, m cum cic.l j oim.;iiip hiuiiuii iu' i;;;ci- On the -1th or J uno, lhe enemy en j 1 X ? ot.eciel n-cioar tro.n.s in front, and dispcr I l!t0 ing at Smiths lord, takin .f'.,. ,.,v..!,'v Om,. inilmin- m,.t'! with thenvsevcu of their.guns. .1 ur- vvi imi v . ........ x... ........... ,..v, . 1 1 1 , 1 1 , them and the're was hard fighting XvMl b' ollox'il ;s:un uroue up think- are wnrng-a ami wl.csenipe eveuiu-. Clavt.n's brigade, the 1 8th Uh tim toss of one ot kun le s guns. , nor rromas Nortnern mudis houM :;;;ih ami S.lirAlabama. advanced tliat The c-iUzons ot W ay ne cuiuity and re-, commit too control of the Coven.-, en . evenin- in a drenching rain to Beech j"s- ul t ,,l!,tc: ! ruc,whoat i 1 roveand held a gap there ibr thi.tv 1 mountain passe, a miresisteu meir . were large, ine rebel g'vernmcn:. urs. Here we confronted the one ' Avanex, til harras.ed m front and 4 propel h;u-v,;,t han-h5 and thre:-,err,. . u .,., r- -'i ix " "Ti.nW . ifTrr,' tac aoandoacd K.ur m ore guns, : and aisiimeo the owrH;rl.op ot tm: (c m,,! f l,r.x:. "' Wot "vt-tvok to their intttvhluat heels. ; whole, co.h-ctini:- and removme- U- n t nentthed: onlV l,l'!0 variUnpxrt, ! 0ar men are dcking them up at the ! last as possible The corn cron is an and in full view, but the constant rain ! oi ) l,ei; yynd those . average one. d'he reiiel -overnmeni, ,nN.v,.nfoA -my c i i-aMiient. i W1,n 1 u 1,1 uo !lL,i0 10 cueci ; oruers ueiaiis lor its cuituiv There were some artillery duels he tween the b.u terie.s on the crests of the hills.- thites' brigade on cu our left skirmi-hed all dav. i-.oldier has yet been I'unis'.-.eJ for an- otlense against a Cnioti man or wo man. A nd tl ese are the demons who prate of rights and sunerior civil tjon, whom Xortl.ern peace Democrats C 1 u . 1 1 se pre--,. it each on his private lesponsibitity. erv.ilion, and will gatlier tbat a!- No armed bainh will probably get ' when the time como through the mountaine. j Xews of rebel forees didcr ir.if i'nlo Our news from Tennessee, thou-a from previous dispr.tchcs Cov. i On the 20th, about 0 o'clock, our j similar in tenor to what we have been inson has received information, ho ev retreat began. ' Our brigade did not accustomed to receive any time during :. or of liiMg:--s entry into last Ten jus oeo the ignal to rv treat, and was near- the war, becomes unusually painful, in . see 19.000 strong. Timo will no do-::,:, lv cut off '1 a lar'V f rce of the enemy 1 view of the iong sutfering of this ubus- develop a new campaign on the prt of f.eiti.r nhrcast, with us. before wo re- ed nconlo. The late conscription act . robehlom, wiiose base wilt be in le;i- tired We hastened on to Tullahoma, j appears to have been the only one last . nessee. We s'.iali see. and ofTered a battle there, but the en-1 piece of cruelty needed to complete the ';y - - - - ruin of Kastf leunessec. 'lho able -v '-tuiuiu icucs mm bodied men had cither been forced into j 'g's i whereabouts to bo in tno v ii., ,.a.,n ,.,i'o mi. mo?,, ilw.li. ,wf.... ciiutv ot Athmta, (;.. lbs intention L11L' II LI lilUU.', V' 4 m.uiv l uv 11 V . Vi H , emy declined it, ami for fear of being llanked, we retired to Chattanooga. Our su fieri ngs hac been awful be yond desciiplion. For peven consscu- tive davs and lights we had wet leet The Bebel Covcrnment now demands ' is to ibrtity again,; il -eca. the m vices of all between the a:es uf no i:;v wao ii and wet shoes, which were not once , forty-five and fifty -five. A 1 equisitiou dry. during the entire week. Our l'as been made by Davis on (jovcrner clothes, too, word wet all the 1 itne. ! Harris for 0,000 of this class, and as MM... .....i.l.i ,..n., I , r.....; .1 .1 . l' 1 I m.m- i 1 1 iKi'l!li I nmnlior wt'l Im'-a J. I IC 1 . I ' fc ? . 1 V IH'IIIVIC I I l l l IO II l 1 ' l " J V V ..J.v , v .....- W . '11.1 HM.V Late aecvv.mts from Mc::i- o -(a'c that Juarez was ;';' to sen 1 a. mh ion to the Bre-ident ( f the Cnited slee'p, without adcuiatc food, often about all that may bo left .up to fifly j Slr.tos imp.ormg md to preve-i a without water, we marched, worked, years. oh:iago in the term oi govern.nee n;i stood in line of battle, in mud and wa- Themost desperate and determined ;!0XKl 1 as VV" V' ter, stood guard all the night, and suf ! efforts to escape on the part of con- Wore rand rat :t.ed by t:.e tonneh fered for thirteen days all that human. Ueiints are met by the most wanton Aotablos ot tba, country. ity can sutler in the flesh. It is ended cruelties by the rebels, who do not at- now, but it will require weeks to re- titore us to our former morale, for wo are gruitly exasperated and demoral ized. Our loss in baggage, clothing and camp equipage can never be repaired. We have lost everything. rone of us - 'PI- I M1 . . . 1 T - . temnt to take thoc.v hnt.-slinnt.il.nm me American :u inn u i :.v apao, down like wild beasts whenever and wherever found. The inhuman ishuigh- lo'eeiner wun ine c mjsin ami ineir families, have lett Voddo and romevod ter of these poor fellows taking dace daily and openly, is absolutely horrible, and woul I be incredible but jbr the testimony of almost hundreds to Yukahama; apprehending assassina tion. r2'This is a ud gain," as the spidee said when he caught the fly. !! JZ a .UJiyi.'''' T'j""'...-' '