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JOc. D ICIiLIINTON EDITOR AND PROPRITOt. Otir Agents -Mr. N. SsELIGM., . ...... Shreveport. Mr. J. HI. LOTOsN ....... lieUllvue, Mr. H. C. CLARKE ...... Vicksburg. Mr. D. D. O'BRIEN, -...New Orleans. MIr. JOHN W. TA HER,..N atchitoches. Dr. W. 8. DONALDSON, ... Mansfield. F. B. BAILEY .... Huntsville, Texas. TUESDAY,. - .. AUGUSmT 12, 18.. 2. tit e ti ----- the re, Persons sending us reluittances will be inwa, good enough to send no other paper tmon.t-v i than Louisiana State or Confederate Notes, to line or Shreveport Corporation bills, none other Our will bereceived. Individual and other cor- voV-. poration bills are of no uite to us, a- nV' i n, it cannot get them off our hands. " ear "Vhen sulbscribers see a T1ed hlet' pencil isa rlt OU I heir listrr, It itt Ilities that. the time pstid fLr tis thlti: t Expired. to atc By advertisement published in to- thl . day's paper, inanothercolunin, it will thin,: be seen that subscribers of cotton antd money to the Coverilnent Loan, are mi,,tc required to comply immediately with caus· the terms of their subscriptions. with, Read the particulars. Iuanc GeC The Mtobile News says that en. j paii d Bragg and Stafft' have lately arrived Flou, at their place of destination. A hint a cCr ( day. to the intelligeut is sufticint. I rou Col. J. F. \\ilkes, has favored us Next with several late papers for which he 'L. at will accept our thanks. formi Gold is selling in Louisville, at nimel twenty per cent. prelmiutm. of N, tag- " it is reported that the Yankees are maov- with ing their army stores fliom New Orleans. shoI t This is significant. Guess Dunttcr smells aitrl, i'1a mice." (,to t: The Chicago Times says that t:e Yitn- l klces oss at Murfecesboro, was : lO ".i..t i 'r and wounded, about IK8i0 I ri.,onr,'s. :,m , stdinig Gen. itte -don. houl &tt 10t00 .udta of arts, over 504.o uo,,d ,f a:.1n:.eo tion 100 tents a battery of ti btass piehi., and a T large amaouat of ettunlli-attr ant otler IpeC stor.s. -- the: l'hcre was it' The I."LirY ile Jorurnal (t Fayd. that a wagon tra:in ts rec'e:.ti" ,t'r- 1;t:i prised on Red River by .,m, ('u:ed.atI tri, f:uerillas. who gou7uod seventeen u:en'. i lai: t .es out, cut out thbir t'nEct s and ':-it iji themL on the rid t. per Lt. thr -- -- - - - --- - - s tuft The Vickbntag Whig says that city isn begining to exhibit signns of actual life Ia again. The people are ftilocking back and "at resuming their business. __0 -get The Memphis Appeal says that nl Capt. John S. Shirley, the builder of het the gunboat Arkansas, is about leavy- i ing for Richmoad for the purpose of i contracting with the Secretary of the we Navy for building a teattto this form- lpr, idable war vessel. The Capt. has "i the machinery already secured. :hi The editor of the Mobile News is t' in receipt of New Orleans papers of tr Wednesday last, from which theI following items are taken: i The United States flagsbip Hart- a ford, Comn. Farragut, in coimp'tuy t vpiththe frigates Richmond and the Brooklyn, and several gunboats, ar rived Tuesday afternoon from Vicks burg, and achored in front of the city. The U. S. gunboats, New London 1i and Grey Cloud, have just returned st from Mauchac, Madisonville and Covington. No attempt whatever I has been made to reconstruct the n bridge or build auother.-Delta, 29. v Ott the 22d the steamboat Ceres, e in Federal government employ, after a landing some negroes who were to be c returned to their owners, was return- v ing to Vicksburg, when she was fired 'J upon by three peices of artillery sta- I tioned along the shere, thirty-two t shots being fired in quick succession consisting of grape, six pound balls and shells. Eight shots passed through the boat, and charge of grape landed in the hull, one six pound round shot went through, the hull six inches below the water line, six shots paMing through between the upper and lower decks, undone through her cahin killing Capt. Brooks. of the 7th \ervoiqt rgiracnt. l'rhere's a >G> ood Time Conrning. From every section of the Confederarcy The w, now receive cheering intelligenco of the follow achievements ofourarms. Barely have we The pictured with pride the daring ofour gallant scribe soldiers, in one portion of our country, ere Times weo are directed.to another. The Almighty Met surely is with us, and the Northern hordes of gal -of uur n t1ie1-- are 7d7ill ·xp,'ri ti, t ' r,; fr disaster. No longer do they draw 1up in line t: .tr arrul ed tfor attle. with tani thing like hopes ti d hi of success, but contrary., they liel like dootm- t)rt h ed mene, and the geunillne feeling of a brave that 1 ,oldicr. ighting in a ljust cau.e is not knllwn bI dit alolln tho L0. Like culprits about to ell',u- spet1t tiatu their crimes on a scaffold, they take Thi the respective positions asigued to t, them,i $'i Sinvarly ft.. Iluing what they dare not expres.~ t ingh in iauauluge-decent ! tinn )Our bLh'rave $onthlelners tre just th i rt.- Iulr v r- -.v. h. T v . ....... t'..' . :r7 n .:. .. :ri2. ; I .t". not inttict1e.d tpull thei , a i e 1 1 tlp, si u n 1, l4. dear i l .|';. : n inelt ousl iL 1 here I::trl, it' tI th" i a lhead if victilv dties d ti crrn\\1 Ith1il' tf:torlts. :: -.v t Ch. al ful te ll '.! ll tinttl i ,' to nte'o lispiu.l'h lnh t :hey hatt t litlld fl , ?ttr tl,'. ure:ver eager fe the tray, nil any lir thinu! tl., ""t "y h t ,1"1 i wltOUt, in the be- t1,t ,ginttig, will be ifully ,altle tip now. N, imtl(,., d :t,: th."- cr'.aund ru- thing in the til,: ` ui ,.t of tili r umliot , thib v route themtt. Lad I WA Stcausel tlhtilI to retrace their eteps hlOn r llticuitwat i i ' w\\ith c,'.li-c ationl depicted iu their colunl e- 'l . m Ili'e.' -1:t GCent. lIuggles and ircrki:nriiige have I, - I. paid the Federals an otlh.iat! \vi-it Iuat n litn ke 1 RFiouge, whi\'h dues not -..tii t, e t,: i.j , .t day. T it:: w will noci atlt rs , i" the '. ground at that place, is not to I e ,i ubted. i0a11:t1 s Next on thle prooratue, :\ tuppost, will ,c i 1. au attemplt on our part, a: n taking the citiy nikl of New Ollca s. and; iit w:: a.'i 0n.4)7,' yv iu- lis formed. it can be acCiomt!,plhe'l without t. b It mluch hindran'e. As iis, :!. , p , r.r in i i of New Orel-ins a''.'d thte t ,my :,. t -a ad :- 14 tages, tandt thliotlgh theym i. a to .,'i 211 V- with it. Still tm uch r,:.ist ,t " wv it t r ii t. .. shlo; t, i o. !": f € r".t"c . W,.. . :U' ti 1" .: ,n the is ar'j a. h,' tur ,r:c' :i : n". ,'. .1.i, i.: tl l i' (to t< . W i,1.! ?* 'it-i " thb ir ,u ..' lt:'Ih.Y. .u.1 \ , li gt. "til . fi) t.j of - .t. i i,c"er. .,i. ( -5 - IL- ---- --- - - "'I Paper Paper Paper!! t!i a TiThi ii tilia- ' lit'. i" dii'. thea l -pa- i1V r I p le r f tlk s . %W ' \ - .,, n o b:, t ,b . ,: l : k,' .7lt1 i t ,-,. i. , i-.il: . ..i t , ., 1 ,i.i ' ,', 1:hti mj ev. W, ' ii J a t N :c- r\, \ thrown at uii.-. :I.d pi. .: .i J.:c, t I r i ..e , t lifi i thinkif ,,g xhat a ouh :, l 'rq'n-t . i: 2 C life u.an I Now we sitile, 1k, a ph'i.ict o old h aed Lnaf d Not Vti!er eop,,l:ee tt3 i.ja::, it(y ,ti-uc. .ii VWe are told that e'rttli intutrl -ii; nitu }genttleten in our tti-iit are tLiuking of hat making an ,;ffirt 1to (,t.:i,liish - p ,cr uMill r of here, if they cau prticure the reiu i:t.- v 'e t have Troni.ud t'. . a ur eh.- i, ::..i \\ill ai], i t l 'al, in a i; mid .. ent r Sof |,isesofond.: try. % ht-}he ,r h" :in v ;.r:,-r_ il the reqatired ft r sitch an u:tdei takiu~ m(.ii bt it rill- jprect d c i inon. s . ... . . .t( f 1 : :. i , , h.s minds. i "hein ,"- (it',' ni t }u,,i t this, we knfw ;h ,:e to, _ . it t,, ii a::d talent nel iel, tVw :. i d ii- It . lit\ ever there is uothing like tr- in :. iti i - k Strust that the lieti N , ha t kii n til l t m'atter in hullad t ?l not tall. :luch abJuct i A it, but prv.c.c. d il i teinte iat.'ly to :v':. If at a paper could ho 1u -.tr..iisi1., it wiil prove it :lt- )l r lll one of th best interest.t futr catpi ui ;. 7.,id t ny the T -eni"::ker.- tlt. . i. t. :1 I : ."\ " lh t' t e l the Ilai:tu prayers , i , e, i t r l -. .!c,' p 'rs til,! devils ,f North Lotuisi, i:..'l ,. ,. :-;.d i the s. - - - - iMPORTANT, IF 'rRt E.--'1Th T'al idon lahasteeu Floridian. of the 2'9th ult., mnd says: 1 and Rliablo genutlemrnn who :.triv..'l ill the news that English and "rcn.h war 29. vessels art: not only blrck:litig tht eots, otr:muc( to the part s ot ]Fcrntnt:ia aft r and Jacki,,nville, bt ar,- actua:lly to ho capturing Northarn micLhant vet:et.cl' turn- which attempt to enter tho-. ports. fired This, we suplJpse, is what rdi!,lornasts Sta- would call at arImled protest against -two tlh cours'e ot the Lincoln Government ssion -or, as others would term it bostili balls ties without an actual declaration of ssed war. We give the report as we grape heard it. ,ound A sihnilar story was reccived here 11 si lby telegraph from Savannah a ftew shots days ago. It does not bear the im |pper press of probability, but it is singn h her lar that the report should be reitera hc 7th ted, with the soeming guise of reliability.--Richmond Whig The R~etlret. S`A' The Baltimore Sun of the 9th inst. has the DEREI following : to The "retiring" of the Federals is, thus de- Lawt scribed by a correspondent of theaN. Y. CircU! Times. defe Meanwhile the panic extended.-4croes of gallant officers endeavored to rnlly anld deter reforu the o tragglers, l.it in v:li. t. iwhile icate 1.1ny 11t icer. t afrget the priid' of their -llhul - whOrt (:r straps. and the honor of their manhood, eil wt allt herded with the sneaks andcowards.. t) that 1 hiai known the namies ufthose off. I iou 'er· I .saw, the brave and the cowardly; port that lhre unow, I might reward and ptuish purp by directing upon each individual the re shc't of a whole people! whu That seenR was one inot to be forgotten. a Scores of rilerless and territied horses, dash- their iug in every diretion ; thi,:k flying bullets ruthl ti't"igi I%', adnmonishin" oft danger ; every enter uinute ia t ltan struck downi: wagons, n-ll' Ot bub'anee.s, and c:anonu hlhckadin,- the wa},y S w,,uni.. 'el n !iut:inig. gr, an otii', :tand Lihed- rea in" uait d tii thiiin . ; ofliveriand civ ilians, Oi .itn,.:u . or,t .ati, ,tg ;lam ,... ,ning+, sad done 1 it g iln-er-ibly borne :Il,,u a j lt t lit mass: u41 m, t t11 . -i1 i 4t.r , ,.itcin auliug, tfi-'io hd's of hbat- t ! I l . aoitl the -uu n-t di-npptena: u , the c S i,2, anl hi-,,l~ re!. Ilcanot p1ctut tt,. t. rl itl -tll it and lt.w!a\yis r.hal. a;1"ri 111ullhd i : 1',n1; the \vi'~,*'s aer.' 10.000 ,bun .tra,-hler'-for l-.' ctredit ,i the natil 4 he it 1::i, thut ftour-tilths of theint were 4 unttided. t Dick. er utterly t1xhi:ustl. ., andi could enit 1111t h aI.' stinted but tfIr ireaul ,,f tie tilacco Swrrehot t-s ,"f th o h. T1 it c, nfu: ion4 f t hie (1t1i' h4 rd of inute-4. wag",us and wounded, ,I o:. !.-.l (." , to n 1'er 4.hel 'nit w i.go s, nrwi troth ,I it t" n ll l( to 1d i es that il, tb GheOI n:rlit I IIe li-t ,le . ,, t -. t r l\l l:t:, I .lu id I' l HId.. i tl e o: n ol ,iuti ' rigr w:ih, lv t froh s tdo . tut to b rea:led. by the dircct roatd t-s ex suit n iI, . lint " hI,., vt a1t nt,m4 ers cou". ld not . om mrt :_ " ,\ on. , "a: -i+t ,' r :ual, in daI,+'s : hr en c t - t i'. t .: i , i :l", ,1 . 2W:::.. ::. r 1 41h r11, ui n , n hti iit }:, ' :t(h d out h 11Wt 1,:tit44g pris- t l t 11: an \"t: . 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(i dtcl,: : ( "I he t\ a- i ltnig t old ,!rt L" :'- 1 :12,:: th.: k i c.,y rli t t e ul t h".t r . il t i. froi Bat illon O tougC, Aug. .t, , ajod n,;i . \',, u 11 rlhr' , :, ' ",\ ' f i4. (r. ceVrl .l t: I-il' tch that the Ar til: Ban it iouge t.1111 .tu.aruingatdaylight 1 !40 ith le- 1 thr' thelialnd m e:.li i' After l a-( 'l'e . -trgtle'e live hours t Irve we drot cl tii' s n sty htrotti all points :, : !. to thel 1,- '-'- U l t.a1 :l (:1V, c r it their 'it- gnltt tLs, :takincg a n tttibur of lrist, - t i, ers n:i 'rv. l lah.,,: anid ,destroyn:lt t: t t ' . , t.e -.- icai ,i: y ( oft' public Prop Iv Ut imini-hd i'T tinhenl l -ated of(l rceý. Tal- coulr not thk tht arsnal', :t.d the ... ia . "af. but h ropreho thatat e Arta 1ii,,-i lali 4n,; a tash'intdaylihtl in i the , -elf. nt hop litor.l ton the attc tro think turt los lhos ett: aors heavy nat hie efect ioe ferco of the tenemy rainst Oclt"iva of' gu and mortar boots, re netihi ported to uns is aho . five thousand. on . JOHN C. BRECKENRIDG,. er 11h1 fromKnoxvihlerepresefotthat.therFed ittra miles north of Knoxville, of the 24eth st of inxtant, riled the postogtice and arrest * ed the p1'etiOal .-tar. 9 SAVANNAH N nVEa To BE SURREN DERED.-We are rejoiced to be able 0P( to announce that Brigadier General [Jo' Lawton has determined under no Charl circustanuces to surrender the city inte-'the-haile of the enemy but to o defenLd it to -the last extremity-r This The determination. was formally commu- the T vicatted to the. Mayor yesterday; be ret whereupon a special meeting of coun- RIic cil was called, and a resolution unan- pars o imnously adopted to give all the sup- lowin port in their power to the heroic Chl purpose. charrg We like this way of setting out in Bo when a people are struggling for rttmoi their homes and firesides against a my re ruthless invader. The bond thus charp entered with the public, is a sacred 'l'1L one. and every true Georgian will be voted ready to seli it with his blood. him t One thiulg more remains to be and v Sdone, and then we shall be able to Ni umeasure arias with the enimnvy. Let of th the conIIandIer., of our vatrious bat-f resig I terites call toSge4thetr their respective prowl garrisons and sw:ear them never to Ti r abandon a gun so long as it sets on says its carria;e, and a soldier is left to army Sman it. ille, The procceedings of Council on men. ,t this Matter are as follows : J Th,. follo,ving resolution was in- repo: troduced and adopted- van BIv Alderman Roberts- ness Whereas, A communication has bacrl been received rrom the Cominmanding T ,c Gener:Ll, stating that he will defena lioll ' to the: last extremity; and, whereas, to of the Inembers of Council unanimously G :approve ot' the determination of the gent C(ounnionding General; theiefore,be it to t .d Resolved, That Council will ren- beet as der all the aid that is intheirpower to said ,x sustain the General, and to carry cut (, '2' his laudable determinaiton.-S-avan- tion nabh Ulepuhlicun. tot Is- ------ --.------~--- I1 Sr Northern Pen and Ink Portraits, ipa SA WVashington correspondent oft 129, i t,: St. Louis Iepubhlicau dashes off lnm "Ipi- picture of a pair of worthies in in ii andler, of Michigan, a promiun- he ,- I!t enmber of the soap and tallow '" lhe :iidler family, is quite lively in 4d' :hi.- branch of business. but devotes F .n : h.: ,,s t of his immense capacities to di \\t.o t l,: confiscation of gin, whiskey, ati. l ru a:,tnd brandy. He is a man of. vito iantellect. "His logic is miassiv, kc it hi - ', jquence electrical-- his person- ki. :: :i.ppearance very imposing. 1 I'r : :h:i, in short, he imposes upon the t i. ,e,::y, good manners and patiouce' tie 'tui i r:.- e:nate as much as any man in an trt Whi t'n tallkit., . i. f .:nc lights up very much as an exeraciated lobster 1WU ,,, iw et eitg l.oil.l. lnud he re ti m.n.ds one tClae or Webster, just a: . hy =1:"". r- t".. idu ,a e a canary bi; rd or il angel. 111.4 jestren's art , re"i', aT'i ndl. LlC g S ei,:gl.i at (ot:t-t l thi. stlr,l of anexatpierated jack s'is tied to a post, lie cant bite by a: t r',p hle can't break. o. I5. il rhetorical accquirerments aitt 1n wonderful, and by their continued 1 Aexercise hanve become as striking as 1n kA- the Fun.cles of a blacksmiths artn. hki In this respect he resctmblens Mr. Ed ght wrd Everett. just as a gazelle or it r: .' lion. t otn:s As an auctioueer of damaged dry h thirt goods. Chandler could entrance the ti S$enaute and HIou,'e. It is said herei ti that, from his long ,r,'rvice as a conn- a " r-iunper, he still retains a fondncess d Stfor the handling of silk and calico, which is truly tender and touchi..g. tce - 110 is a fine ,spe chnan of the all-he ,chae ce-c' v-all-the-niorality party of wa Abe Lincoln, and in his habits, char Sanrter and general standing, makes a tak splendid contrast with his predeca sor, Gen. Lewis Gass. Jake Howard, also a cenator from y the nigger be-crazed State of Michi th gan (andotther) ganders, is irresiiti t ble on corn juicet, and the contiuued irrigation of his stomach and various ly. corporeal diversities with -ardent tey liquids will, I think, if the season is a favorable, produce a clever crop of d delirium triangles. When it cornes to a regular set-to at drink-a regu 'E' lar republican drunk-I hct on Mich igau. Two imbitious herioes that can out-swallow, out absorb, aout con [vices sume Chandler and Howard cannot e Fed- be found. n, 18 They represent. I am happy to [24th state, the Maine law and Sunday arrest- School interests of Michigan with I great fidelity. Telegrams £I Continuod from first page~j [Jonesboro' is on the Memphis and Charleston railroad, six miles west of Oourtland.-Ed.] The enepmy on the north side of fhe Tenueseee river are reported to be retreating towards Nashville. Richmond July 31.-Northern pa pers of the 26th Inst contain the fol lowing intelligence : Charles P. Gordon and others, charged- with cheering for Jeff. Davia in Boston, on the 3d of July, when rumors of the defeat of the Union ar my reached that city, have been dis charged. S'The N. Y. Post says the most de voted friends of McClellan pronounce him a failure, and even the sagacity and wisdom of Lincoln is questioned. Nine memibersofthesecond branch t of the Baltimore City Council have resigned. Gen. Wool officially ap ie proves of their resignation. o The correspondent of the Herald a says four divisions of the Confederate o army are concentrated at Gordons ville, constituting an army of 60,000 n men. Jackson, July 31.-Passengers t- report that Gen. Villepigue had ad vanced andoccupied LaGrange, Ten nessee, but had subseqlueutly retreated is back to Abbeville. The Federals were advancing on "il Holly Springs and were exp~ected s, to occupy that place to-day. fy Gen. Ruggles addressed a strinZ eo gent remonstrance to Butler relative it to two partisan rangers who had i- been nmade prisoners, and who it was to said, Butler threatened to hang. Ilt CGen. Ruggles threatened retalia n-tion, "eye for eye and tooth for tOOth.," Butler replied that one had been Ls parole and the other would be. New River, via Dublin, July oft 29.--The t.dla:nt M;j. Bailey, corn ff manding ffour companies of Cavalry, in all about 150 men, was sent to the rear of the enemy by Col. Mc , (.'lbtusland, and stormed Sixzumervillo Sthe county seat of Nicholas, on Fri , day morning. at daylight, killing and to, caIpturing theI entire garrison, incln to ding the Lieutenant Commanding. ,i tnid Starr, three other commis of s'ne.d offlicers and 62 non-commrni sion'ed oftlicers and privates, besides on- killin a large number. A fewofthe 1 pris.one rs were paroled. Not being the .i.let to bring away the largo quauti c,, ties of commissary, quarter-master itl and ordinance stores found in the place, they were burnt. Major Bai tti !Ie brought to this place a large ite I nuitcr ,;f Enfield riflte, horses and re mules. The prisoners arrived this just morning at Salt Sulphur Springs. arv 'l'Thl intoriouse renegade and spy, Dr. at, AVm. Itucker, is among the prisoners. 'Irl l telegraph office was destroyed ak- and the Government Operator cap y :t tured. This affair is regarded as one of the most brillant of the war nt' in this section and its successful re eIIed sult has spread the wildest conster as untion and dismay throughout the S. Yankee army in the neighborhood. Ed- Telegraphic advices from the ope or a rator, two miles from Baton Rouge, this moning, say that the engagment dry has commenced at that point, and the that our forces have driven the enemy here through the streets of Baton Rouge onTi- and at last accounts they had been tness driven to the river bank. dico, The Arkansas arrived at Baton il..g. Rouge at four o'ciock this morning, -he- and heavy connonading was heard for of some time on the river. It is sup har- pod that the Arkansas had opened te a on tlhe enemy's vessels. Thecannon ac r ading on the river ceased a little beo fore nine o'clock, and we have no frou dotubt that, ere this, our forces occupy the town. n The land fight was still going on and Yankee prisoners were ering ra c pidly sent to the rear. Hurrah for on is Ruggles and Brockinridge. o of Nothing definitehas yetbeen heard oes Irom Baton Rouge. The attack was reu to have been resumed at half-past six Mih- o'clok yesterday evening. It is cur that rently reported that Gen. Clark Col. t con- All:an and Huntare among the wom4d anuot ed on our side. The report of the Arkansas having arrived and partici py to pated in the engagement yesterday anday morning, seems to have been prema with ture. The enemyhave made a stand in the barracks.