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' .Tl following ditoMfroa tUTroril
: UM(R.l)P;iWt twyi4jiIy to
wtut Mraits tk North ta UJiff broit bj
llh ar. II b unliou txpoiUot of tb
. Oar tnarkrt oooUtiont tlk. tnorolftf
bo tb prio of cotton It ihk citj, ul
Udiaa very pusarr to ut vt art eon
far. W art to raalisa acisiiukaltr'all
th borron of a eottoa turn, aot oair it
tfck eutatrj, tt t&rotgbott Eoropa
rrieaa art to fo ap, tot ova, tatil tktrt
ettaoa a feoerai.fiaaacMl.aad eocoMroal
aaaaah tp.r MeVoVva art to ft to mora
tottoo io tbext trt Ttan. Our milk
hartl sot to atop ; oar loaBoiactarera, if
taoj art aot Uiad, nay already aot rtio
atanag tbtm ia tbt fae. It tu Bootlw
Bhode Itaar bu will bt aaafeL :
At lt aoeotata tbaro arort ool SI if
270 bait of eottoa m lirtrpool, agaitat
1,1X1,000 balea at a oorroipoa4iog date
aat jar. . Wert tbt nUla to ranoa fall,
tint tvtrj poaa4 of ooUoa la Eoaaxl
---wotifbt w4 iarfbtrTrttfcilIiidiaiof
vbicb t batt bar4 at taoch is abolitiot
tpttebta, aapplMt to part of tbodtfloicocj
, oocaaioo! by tbt Iom of tbt Antrkaa ar
ticlt. Iaatra4 of aeodiQf asort tbaa aaaal
to BBarket, tbert a afloat, at Utt acooaota.
' of ladit mUoo, only 43,000 baJViati
S4Q.000 Imi year, ao4 X 50,000 fa 1800.
an flM . 1. 1.
IBOrt art anuwaa of pwauwa ww uuwm
' tMrttofort bttl troplored it eottoo fluaa
faetorita of EagUad. Wfi.Ua of boa
art to bt wholly oat of toaployaMBt ia a
' abort flaw f t Aad tbt aamt ttata of tbiogs
to aa tkttat fearful to'eootatapUla, h to tx-
. ktia NtwEtfUad. ,. i
, "Dot wt art to bare eottoa," aay tbt
abtliUoaUta. Tbia rtbellioa k to bt
craabod, tbt Soatbtra portiVt to beopet.
td. aa4 oottoa k to potr it tpoa aa moat
pUotifuIly." Tbk k tbt talk of oraiy IV
aatica aoilboU TU8oo(btra porta my
bt opeaoi ; bat wt aball gpt ao oottoa.
Tbt oil crop will bt. d4royt4 wbetbtr
tbt owaenjikt it or oofl ' Tbey dart, aot
reakt a neatart to taatatiil to tbetf iodt
peodtaet. Tbt toreb wQIbt applkd'to
otarly tTtry bait that rtmaiot aabaretd
to-day aod not BMrt that tootb k bt
iov raktd lei Sootbtra OMUinptioa. v Tbt
tfiifbrni totthsoiy. k that tbtrt at bo oot
tot tWda to bt mi M tbt ITiaijaflpaU
rtaot cora aad oot eottoa. wat too or
aar.aaa n not otoa mcuy ooey to. , t
"Bttacztytar wt wifl gH eottoa to
oagb. toot abolitioakta will aay. Wt
know bettor. Wt aball bt laeky if wtgat
a bait per weak tbroagb tbt year. No at
, tempt will bt taadt to rakt it aotil tbk war
k ortr : aad tbt war will aot tad, astbton
oow look, BotH tret tbt foaadatioet of
8ootbtra iadtatty Sottbtra baaiaeat and
- Soatbtra toctal lift art ertrtaratd. : Abo.
litioakrobM takto tbt reiaa, aad U will
aot permit at a nMaeati rtU aatll tbt
bolt South it throwa into eooOmoa, ahd
. alt boot of tbt raiting of eottoa ia douroy
td. Tbt UgiaUtioa of tbk. faoatka Coo
grtaa baa readered reatoratioa aloioU im
' ' potaiblt aatit aaarly tbt aatfrt white pop
alatioa of tbt Sooth baa beta txtormiaa-
ted aad thtNorth baa brotgbt tpoa itaeif
- taakraptey aad rata. Tat Sbotb will tot
yield to Um policy of the aboliUoaka whlk
rtaktaatt k potaiblo; aad ia spite of all
wteaa do U may prorepoMihlt, aatll Fed.
oral Truiary aotte art told fcr tea oeota
. oa tbt dollar. ' t -;;' r-
' . Do wt eptak deepoadi
oaly tbt truth. Wt wan
Wt aay
ptopUia
186 of joat thk auu of thin
Weprt
the war
broacht
edthe
4tetod it agaia ia 1860.
' broke oat wt belitvtd it m
(Vbto
khtU
, to aa tad, aod tbt Booth bt
ughtback
to tbt Uaioo ia a year or two. if wt fellow.
td tbt oooeervaUrt "policy aod aaeerttd oa
ry tbt opremacy of thtCooaUutioa. It
atead of tbk, oar whole eoont hat beet
calcalated to txaaptratt tht 8otthora peo
ple, diahearteB (Jaibakta tftrywbert,. aad
divide Um NortB loto factlooa... We .ore
farther from a final rictory that wt were
oot year ago; All that oar armita baft
doat baa beta and one t? a racUeaa Coa
greea aa j a yielding PreaidtaL t Wtlart
aptot aix boadrtd miQioea of dollars aod
eacriflced Ay thooaaad Irret, aad got for
' it all bat! We hart tared UaryUad
aad Keatackjr and Uieaottri. if a ahow of
btTOoeU, aad loot them by a show of radr
.iealkta. The Uaioa caate trill harttar
brt
Cod kittle btariy tnopatby aoatb of Ifaj
eon's end Diioa'elioe.. . , ! (
'And bow. wt ut asralit. the North k It
bear btr full than of ealTeriog. Oer eot
wi untie uivat - u wwi"j iuvu
are to txcomt penpert. The goveromeat
it goiof to take cart of the tjer; f bite
people, without bread or empioyroeat, osaat
take cart of themaelrtw r Z" " -
. Cartftaa Viwt thrtash Itrthtra airtw.
vTbt New York pa pert hare adrtok fom
Europe to thelOth loaUot 'The JftnU
tnelea tht toflowiog editorial eamoevy of
" AlUiOujb tht Btwa baa beta aaUcipated,
tht lUrs aad pepera rereal the bet that
tht rcb( eympathiaera ia Eaglaad aad
Fraaoa, backed if a large portloa of tht
eottoa maBBfocteriag in tercet of both eooo
triea, wort toakiag the moat ttreaoooa af
forta to imprtaa tht caliaeta aad people
with the belief that the Uaioa eaaae wat
lost by tbt three days OirhtiBg before Bwb
mood, of which they had heard by the
Etaa. Tbtrt k IitUt doobt but tbey bad
aooottdtd to some extant, ia cooeeoueooee
of Utt jealooty of Utt war power of the U.
Statta which aow txkta ia moat of the coot
triea of tbt Old World. ' Gtoeral UeCWU
laa k aaaailed la Loedoa with respect to
bk strategy, hie ditpalcbee aad the taking
ap or b first posaioB tear Bicbmoad.
Tbt aew tariff of tbt Uaittd 8uUe is at
tacked at trtrr point both ia lateot aod
laactmeat-'by toe LoodooTioteeaod somt
of tbtI BtwspapersTbt LNbim
Freemaa's Jooraal of Utt 10th iasUat
the iaat paper eama ap Utt eirreeaioe of
of tsenag towards tot ateasurf uta
The oow Uaittd Sutea tariff k universal
ly eoadamoed tbroughoot EegUad aad
Fraact. f JouraalaUa wbose speciality baa
beta matters of toooomic aad commercial
dam broooaaot it to bt aimpty a perfect
probibilioa oo tbt importatioo into atleart
tbe aorta America btatea of ail btropo
aa goods; but aa agaiast Eaglaad it ap
pliet with speda) aeVtritr aad banhaeaa.
Tht aadoahted effect of tbk new arrangt-
mtat wia be that, almoat immediately oa
ita oomiag into optratioa oa the first of
wext astota, tbt pnoea c otarly all trng-
Ino aad rrtaca aoaaumetertd goods will
bt doobied ia some iottaaeet t re tied.
; Tbt rotioo maaufactareraof Boota atot
B depttatioa to tbt Emperor Napokoa to
rtprtaeat tooim that, nrpa tM.txosisivey
bttb pnoea of the raw material, ai
falliag off to the demaad for ooiui
tbey moat before toag clctt tots
that tome amongst them will hate to
oead per meat. - Similar repreatt tat tow
bare bieu mdt from ZiUt, where autay ef
toe maauiaotartrt art rtpreaaattd to be ia
a criUcol ttate, aad the, Emperor helped
tbtox wita Ioaa ? : " v
' The Lirorpool Courier of the 8lh of Ja
hr.BDaakinr oa the oottoa erisk aara:
"ITtert ia ia atoo 100,000 baJei. from
aUaooroat axctpt America, which k owa
ooosamer, aot a prodaeer, we may expect
60M00 bales. At the rate 0,000
bake per week, tbk quaatity would last
at about twenty-eix weeks, or aotil the tad
of December, v;"w ti-r
. Ur. tladsaf, member of PariUmeat, bad
adjourned bk rarliamtatary motiot lor the
rtcognitiou of Uto South by Eoglaad fat
eood time. It wat io. come up agaia oa
the 18th of July.::"
A : H , Ttom Ike FrvriOtaea Pesi. .
THE RADICAL yOUCT.
! It k paiafttlly apparent to every obeery
or of possiag areata, that Utt more Radical
of tbt RepuUicaaa ia aad out of Congress
hare abaodooed all ezpactatioa of restor
wg Utt gOTtfemtnC Tbey bare aot for
mootba aimed to aocomplish thk. Tbey
careaotbing tU Cooaiitatoa--aolhing
for anything, tart to grab that they caa
get, and destroy tvaryUting eke.. Tbey
art trying to make Utt war a war of extar
mtaatioa, as against tht white met of tht
8ouUt ; aod by every method ia their pow
er art encouraging a spirit of bitteruem
and hate which k more afgoifieaat of out
right barbarism than the oiriRaatioa aad
refiatmeat of which wt hart to loudly
boasted. They encouraged Utt met of Utt
border alare Silato to make immtoet aao
riScta for the defence of the Uaioa, aod
are aow threatening them with Utt ioataat
enuaeipatieoof their elavee if Uej will
oot tbamtalvtaitOfftrata some more grad
ed tjUecnv " Cocfiwatioa k mtaat ooly for
these Sutea, for bore only eta the law
which hat paeeed Congress erer bttaforo
ed. They know Uut these Sutea art tied,
hand aad foot, aad cannot resist their op
pression, Theatart to be kept; though
oaly ia pert protected agaiast tht ravages
of tht Coofedersies, whiie Utt oottoa Satse
art to be left oat of the. Uaioa ui pua
khed. Thrr are to bo aetd, perhapt, as
atgioeokmiel at leaat, aodtcg abort of
. thVaotaat ezUrrsialloa of the white race
' k tow promlacd. ' t v. .-
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.;'CemiaoBaaee of te SaltUaore Trf!?t.
Yaat the ttitrtl taiarel vkSst fcO
t la aarl tu tit Ixaata rim.1
cooiq ooroy coismoa or uta tract
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with i detcriptioa cf eeteea oa the rood.
Ilea cripoled-i:h tUmuatkm, palt aad
foebU with recent wc"?J, sick and ghast
ly, jbebbling a!or acme, tkh cants, aod
aomtleaoiog oa i-dr eomradea for lap
port. Rvt Uloe t?.-1 r --one, making traiae
milts ia extent, cjv ! acres of the fields
at t . -
orwa..:jfc,t;t,I . . . rmly aoatt car
ry tag baggage, some catena, tome aooro
aitioa. sad tome akk ,aad Wotioded mta;
ambolaacta, troopa, cavalry, arUllerr.atraaw
glera. covered with perspiration and half
amotnertd to dtat; met wita blood oa
their facet aod tbelr beads boand up, blood
oa their coats aad their arma bound ap,
blood oa their pants, and a painful limp
showing a wound h) the leg ; mta Ivieg
dowa by Um road tide utterly worn 'oot,
mta fiat oa their back m a dead faint, or
so fast asleep tbt tramp of d xx would
hardly roast them taea aeriotalr wound
td borne along ou atrttcbert or it ambu
laaeM, and looking at yot aadly, M wist
fully, Utat it made your very heart ache to
eat them ; mta who had lost their regi
ments daring a too aealota charge, or run
away from them ia BaccetMrabJa terror,
all huddled together, withaot food, without
offloers, aod lying down k Ute opea field
to altep.; 8ocb ware aoqtt of tht scenes
on Utt road, and oever shall I forget them.
Taaktt letJehtlet ' lye va. Vklte Kaa.
. The faaatical aod detestable Yankee
Congress, which baa jwt adjouraed,'our
miaated Ita lotff aoriea of eatrastoua k-
gklatioa by smoggfing iott a bill a provi.
aioa pUdeg Ute eegre tpoa aa equafity
with a waita maa Fa the courts of jaatko.
The Washington crrespoodeat of the New
York Bmid writea -i-.- -
A greet deal of aslonttkmeat aod indlir-
aatfoa k expreesed here eaWdkcovtry
that t aecUoo waa atjnrskd ioto the act
upplemeutary . to tbt aot for tbt release of
rtaia persona held to semea or labor ia
the District of Columbia, which placet the
mm it dob aa eoaalitv wka a wklta man
iBTtha
Wb$4 U prondea, that ia all judicial
prooeedjngs ia the Partrict of Columbia
there aball bt oo tzcloaioa of ant witness
oh account of color. Even in Ohio, where
there art few Btvroea. la aetatria anaai
Utem the ffeht to teatifir ia the courts, it
a decreed that their tettimear ahould
go to the Jury for oaly what it waa worth.
The aaddjia eleratioa of the oegro, just
amandpaled, to1 an equality with white
joea ia the capital of Ute nation k rejrajrd-
ed as something worse Utat aa iodilcre-
uoo or aa error of judgment. J- '
, ItfPORTASITc f
Woaad tae talfeviB bi tka 8aa"a ta
lltli --'V:
Advieee freea kefart Tkkebarg te ibe 10th
last, jasfeeaat that tht e weaM be teakae
rarly aaeJONtd, aad that aaate ef la veeseb
weald Mara eWh, aetWbrr la Jtew OrlMae
Ouaeeoaattf tat tow velar k tbt river, Ute
npasif aew chaaael wffl prove a ftulare. :
It Is rtaorted that fht 'sawa ef Cvathlaae.
Keamcajr. etmaaan4 It Cot ! Hereae a
Taraday, after aatfaa Boar's Ijfct. Cyatai.
tan m ea u wvasfiou aat ieuagu aaa
wed, aixtMaJea Soailt ef ike ant aaased pUce
Cftat eadueaeat prevailed tt Newport aad
Cevtoftoa yeeterday, the eiUseaserpitiaiaf tot
JWtoaetot end JSaeator sir Wtrd Ym-
leev Tae Kkbasstd If nao diseersesd it t
reeerd of travel kept kr ee Tkoesaa Aakerev,
aad aaMlakad ta taaJoa. la 1711. Ike Mtowtof
a reiereeee m ue evnvauoa aat aaeeataf
ta word Yeakee. Usviaf relariedtotke N
Eaitaadere aa Taakeee, ke aayst'
Maia ?
'ew
A-prtf It bmx aot se aaatoa iaat kere
to eOasrve to yet Ike etrawfafj ef thia Una.
It is derived freea a Cbetokee ward, easlte,
wkiek airaif ea aeward aad slave. Tkia eeilket
ef Yaake was keelowsd apea tae iakakitaaUef
New Eaxlaad ay tae Tlffhuaaa; lot aot asaaa
lag tkeai ia a war witk tae Cksnkeee, ,aad
(key kava alsraysk kM la dariitoa ky h."
The hokter pistok of the lametttd Gea.
Barnard E. Bet, oot of tht heroes of hit
aat, hart beea presented by wdo
to the Couiederate 8tateaj and Captaia
ChOds, of Utt Ordnance Department, pre
sented Utem to Colonel John H. Uorgaa,
a chieftaia worthy to wear Uttox. ...
A maa who owned a lot la Ute city of
California, during the Ute Eood, want to
see if bk toooe wat washed away. Oe
fouad that he had lost hk fence, but had
caught a fine two atory booaa, which mode
h'ua a good deal mora that square la tht
; Cii Friday last tome half doxea mea U
lached td Ute Prince George Cavalry, ooo
oeived the idea of destroying out or more
of tht Federal Vessels, ' which for atvera
daya past have literally eovered Uttaortaot
ef Ute river fa front of Gen. UcCWUa'i
campl Having procured a "boat, (thi
largest aeoeefiUe.) Corporal Cooka, Thoa.
liartin, WilHso Daniel, Alexander DimU
try had William Wtlliama, embarked from
Coggms' Point aboat oee o'clock 6atarday
moniinz. tad pulled off ooietFr for a very
Ene looking tAoooer of 1 G3 tbartheev
Jnag tail stream soma half a totit from
tht 8oolbera shore. Aa tbey Beared Um
vessel, a small dog oa board discovered
their movements and commenced barking
furiously. Two gunboat wrt lying but
a tow hundred yards distant, and maay
steamers and sail veeeek fa dost proximt
fy, but Utt enterprise bad beta ttderta
ken, aad Utt brtvt boys ootid not think of
returning without aocompnbiag their ob
ject. Making tost to tht vassal, they en
deavored to tsixe the dog,aad Hop bk
moo lb by sending bim to (be bottom, but
Ute animal would aot allow a atrancort
band to be placed tpoa bim. jUm berk
iag bad aow aroosed the Captaia of the
vessel, woo came tpoa deck, aad desired
to know Ute cause of Ute untimely visit
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Ut wat answered oy Mtrtia, wbo outckly
ipraafr to Ute deck of Ute acboooer.and
informed Utt Captaia that he bad oome at
Utt bidding of Geo. McCkllaa, to e-ect
bk arrest Tbt Captaia expresaed rrtat
sorpriae, declared bk ' innocence of crime,
and wished to know wbat were tbt cbargta
against bim. . lie waa told, by Martin that
be wat not there to decide upoa bk gt2t
or innoceace, nor to prefer cbarget of any
sort,, bat to effect bk arrest m GtaV llo
Clellaa bad ordertiL Tbt Captaia then
coaaented to submit, and manifesting bo
dupoaitiou to resist, was aHowtd to gat in
to tbt boat aotied. In the meantime Ute
other fire soldiers bad reached Ute deck of
tht vessel and goot into tht eabia. , Cert
Utey fouad a straw bed, whfch waa ripped
opea, set "oa fire, tod Utt cabin door doted.
Tbt portyptedily dlaembarked, leaving
Ute crew behind, who, it k aoppoaed, tt-
eaped ea the small boat belonging to the
scboooer. 1 ney were aot latea Mcaote
the boat used by Ute boarding party, bad
a bolt aear iu top, and would carry but
seven men. At tht surprist party polled
off for Ute Sooth era short, the CapUii of
Utt schooner bad bk ropiciooe aroosed as
in tha Affast harina? been made be1 order
ef ilcClelian, nd remarked to hk captors
Utat Ute GeaermTa lieadoaartere were aot
oo Utat aide of Ute river; lie wat told to
- bold bk 'peace i" that his captors knew
what they were about tbat tbef bad
changed their mind ; and intended taking
bim to a latoderaxa, inaiaaa oc a reoerai
nrL ' The Captaia now became treat
lv alarmed, and besought Utt demeoey of
kit captors, suung wiia wars to ais eyea,
Uiat bt had a wife and chjldrea hi New
York, who would be aot oaly deeply dk
treaaed At his lota, but greatly ffflMveriso-
td. Uk fosrs were quieted by the anuraB
eee Utat aa bt waa a salject of tbtliacolt
Government, he most eoosider bk capturt
aa catirely legitimate,' aad himself a prk-
ouer:o:war. .
rnon reaching Utt short Utt Captaia
declared that bad he seet hk captors ap-
oroaeb from tbt Goutbera bank, ute r
adopted . would oot have availed, for be
bad arma aboard, (Eodkld Ei3os.) oad
wAnld have only tBrreadertd with hk Ufa.
It Uie passage from Ue vessel to Ute
shote, aot a ray of light, aave the lamp ia
the tigging, was to be seen, aad our boy
had made to their Blade tbat Utt tenet!
would aot burn, and that the arrest of
Ute Captaia was the only result ot taatr
aaterprtaa. Bat they were soot most agree
ably disappointed, for aa Utey aaceaded Ute
bank, the fire suddenly bunt out. aod la a
few minutes the fiamea were licking Utt
sides of Ute vowel from bow to etara. She
banted slowly, but brighuy, aad the fiamea
illuminated .the river aad the eouotry
Wind for miles. Our informant states
that it was auite imusing to witneat the
oommoUoa among tae new . ut vn ab
eoaaktikg of some two hundred steam aad
aaillaf craft. Steam crowded oa gua-
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boota aad paasporaf asa u wuho wat
were quickly towed out of the teach of
iv- knr.;.r scboooer. 8he iOOOtiBaed to
bora from half peat oee until the dawo of
day, whet, poly auca poruoua m wej
low Ute water's edge remained. '
. The achoooer waa nearly aew, called Ute
Lomim Jiint, aod commanded by Capt
John A. Jones, of Ntw Yorkv She wat
If) toot burthta, loaded with Oora aad
prtvkiooa, and valaed tt 13,030, exehairt
of oorgo. Capt Joaoi , wat broeiht to
rttanhorg 6atarday and lodd ta J,
ohert be tow ytahniea on the darirg of
the tt!a aod lamenU over t!e.fortanct
of war ..i iv '., ,.',- i
i Jaat .abort the 'ldm Km, tevenj
cbooners were moored, but a gunboat tji
log a!org sl ?i WM Cotuidered somewtat
mprtdenf tt attempt to bora them. Aa
other, batch ef veeeek lay aotfiar below Ute
Lomim Jutm, -but a guaboot wat ' near
tbesebo. ' Betweca the destroyed vessel
and Ut4 tlotkeley abort, tht . water waa 1
stodJed with veeaels, but Um Confederate
force waa too email U waters it their
mtdst 1. -'-i t'1' i ! l V :vy - t ' '
Jit 1'Axfrl t"e r"r-r v- f s.
ametaad for talk end xoilee the tante -of
the Federal armj were distinctly vai-
THE WAR IN TENNESSEE AJfD
KENTUCKY. 1 '
We caaaot thisk otherwiee Uuw that
Um rtOeat uaovemeatt of oer light forces
k the vicinity of NashviHt and Loukvilk
are bat, preTioitnarv to tht more important
ewte speaatry . so aoiMW. orgto would
hardly have throwa Urns! with'toty
tOOO or SOOO met almoat tpoa Ute baob
of the Ohio, right ia the midst of the Ken
tucky toriet, ajalem it had bete Mtooo
oartad betweao timetlf and Gta. Brag,
with tht Buderstsnding that bt Was to bt
duly reported. So,? too, of tht dash of
Gen. Forrest tpoa liuHreeshorough and
Lebaooo, ia the directioo of Naah wlJe, It
k aot to bt aoppoaed that at a time end
anderdrceiMaocee Eke the present, the
operations of ibeat two oUngukhedlead.
eit are of a merely accidental or ephemer
al character. They oaa woly, it reasona
ble estimatioe, be the faUIatory atepa to a
general ooveojeet of bar- Wcattra army,
baring for ita object' the expakioa of Ute
Ytakam from Teoaeatee, ted Utedenvur
aaot ef Keatocky from her two vi'ptroo
brood of Unionist who have at long held
btr ia bondage tht moat igneUe. A Ct
Ue aaore Um Utret moctha oaly remaiato
aweep from those States tbt tafiuaoca tan.
midona of Iiooola, oad restore Cteta to
tht Confedoracj it their full freedom aod
aovtitaguty. If it that time the work k
aot done, a net of the watera trifl reader
U a buadred times more diTScuIt, if aot
actually impracticable 7 We trust that we
aball soot bt cheered with iaformatioa of
Um eaptdre of Nashvillo, aad of tht trai
tor eeoaadrel . Andrew Johnson. H Thk
would be fateSigeeco worth rejoicing over,
aesociaud at it would be ia our loiada
with Um coming defeat aad eaptartf of Um
whole - Yankee forte 5 io Teaaesate aod
NorthAlabama, together with a3 their '
atoret of averr deecriptkto. ; ' t(
, forreatood llorraa hare optaed tht
bull tpleadidly. ' let what they We done
be' followed qtickfy ap by tht maia army
and the campaign will It a glorious one.
All eye art aow turned wuh iataoaa in
terest to Um neat of war lav Tmawais aad
Ken tacky --.Prt EDjajwaB;';.; ;V..:.'.
. . .. ' . .' .'" ,
Ecfiuti JW-7i mentioned the dr.
oamateoceeof Um death of oee of Um
wooaded Yaakeea, hi Saturday! Xxvrm.
while ea roeto to City Point to be tent
North.' Another one died boob afterwards
and the dead. Mka were taken dowa to .
Utt Point to, be handed over to their late
kith aod kio, to be aent home to tbeir
familiea,butwO are informed the turrtooe
or whoever received the prisoners, poak
lively refined toreosive Um corpses. Jhe
reawoo whereof wt eould aot aecerteia--Tbt
bodiet wtrt oonacueatlr tarieJ la
Um aefghborhood of Um Point TTe caa-.
aot but foal tome sympathy ct the Lu cf
beat oahappy omo, who have Csa Cai
wkSe almost, at tt were. It s'lt ef tier
mo.. It to aot Um port cf the liileea.
however,' to pay any respect to Cdr dead
privates, though they ave tltsito tit ut'
moat wbtfe EriBg. At iTrrra. -
Stvixf tie Locomot.'VxtT2t of
aad cart were abaadooed oatheYoriiEi
ver railroad by the enemy ia their retire
ment to the James river. TU wreck are
aow behg brotghtup to Um city, and it k :
prooable tbat all oaa be repaired aad made
to reader their aarvice to the Cox&lertcy.
fiarwmoaef jraatoiaajr. "
Tit Tnitt VimmAboul eighi
hundred of Um Yankee wounded wtrt neat
down to City Point oa Friday, four htt
drtd mort yesterday, aod between two .
band red aad three huodred wort brought
bp. iadadlnz tht sick aad the auraea from
Ssvaget Suxioa, leaving about firt hun
dred ia tht Libby frimMmiMr.
. . -. "
Geoorti DktaJk!act)oa bow oocaauaada
UMNorthera foroaa. v ..
    

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