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Athens Southern Watchman (Newspaper) - September 24, 1862, Athens, GeorgiaThe conscript Bill. A Bill to to entitled an act to provi Defio to filling up of existing companies squadrons battalions Ana regiment j Athens Georcia wed esd at morni5$, sept. 17. Lugt St circulation of say paper Ever Polk had in Athens a see fourth Page o the absence of to be editor again this week will we Trust Bea sufficient apology for any inaccuracies that May occur in this Issue of our paper and also for our Lack of editorial. Quot. A a Uon w. W. Clark our representative in Congress irom this District will please accept our thanks for various Public documents. Startling you heard the Lutes news a said one gentleman to an other in our bearing yesterday. A no what is it Wra the rejoinder a Gen. Longstreet has gone Over to the Yankees a a a done to believe a it s a fact however and Stonewall Jackson Hue gone with just Here a Lite Light broke in on the mind of the gentleman of the second part. To saw it once a where the laugh came in a and had no difficulty in under standing the manner in a noun these Quistin had a gone Over a whence a collected that they had recently entered Maryland Aud that they we re very probably in Pennsylvania before this . Adv. Sex gov. Lowe of Maryland has been appointed provi Nional governor of my. By prs Lent Davis. Gov. Lowe has issued Anyox mation to Tho people. Col. Bradley Johnson has been appointed Provost marshal of Frederick. Wants following notice appears in the late now York papers a a the United states treasurer at this port will pay the interest in Gold on All temporary deposits at hot office which have remained six months. Each Holder of a Ite As soon As the six months have lean fall for the the great Rock referred yesterday to the fact that a North Carolina regiment having exhausted their ammunition in one of the late Battles Quot took to p Elling the Yankees with stones and actually held to lick it Bay until a Louisiana regiment Camo to their Relief Tho Richmond examiner corroborates Tho statement and gives the result of the fight As follows Quot two gentlemen who Binge the Battle of the 30th Alt Avo been Ong Agod in burying Tho dead on the Plains of Manassas arrived at Gordonsville yesterday. They report that near a Rocky but in Tho Railroad which vans through the Battle Field they counted seventy Yankees who had been killed by pieces of Rock. The rocks clotted with blood Lay near a d in Many cases upon the inanimate forms of the Yankee. Soldiers this account corroborates the which to had previously heard of of our men during the Battle of yer having exhausted their Tun my nailed their adversaries with i of Rock. And to increase the provisional army of the Confederate states. Section 1. The Congress of the con federate states of America do enact the when the president shall consider an in crease of Tho forces in the. Field necessary to repel invasion or for Tho Public safety in the pending War to is authorized a my and crushes if to has not the strop Reliance to take this Ftp the i certainly crush a Quot to Tims it will be seen that Tho Star of Pope to Al ant it gift a a a s 1__. Hereinafter provided to Callisto the Mili they Servic of to Confederate. States flt a three yours or during the present War Jav should sooner to ended All White Mal. A i Mizens of the Confederate states not i gaily exempted from such service betwee.,-tli� and forty Fulvey firs. And such authority shall exist in the pro wont in ring the present War As to a persons who now or May hereafter Bee him eighteen years of age and Whertwine enrolled All persons lie two in the Ages of High f inn un/1 am a a rave. Ira oms Cion i 1 nowt in it knit Lee and forty five years shall Servo their full term. Is already Siu Kingin the Northern having followed that of the a a Yoi horizon g Loii Oncu that of the a a Young Napolpon a with portentous rapidity. But Lii be of the look out to article will. Speculators can prevent it go Down cents six a abort i Ime. Corn buyers had White their Purchase accordingly. Id advertiser la it Lincoln has All along been acting upon the policy indicated by the times no Pew generals and dismissing Thorn Lack. First with the same unvarying ill there was Scott then Mcclellan then. Pope. But they have no match for Tho Southern military lend Eta i their armies and if who re Silt depends on Superior generalship the times is tight in its Apprey Rihs or fms a Iilah Quot in liens on that the a rebellion will crush More than All Providence favors our arms Anda Groat Ancl Gallant poop to a inspired by a Noble cause and tile irresistible Arm a it Quot the almighty cannot be -subdued.�?rich-.Dis. A a from the gentleman just from North went Alabama says that Rosecrantz is in full Retreat toward Quot a Athens Tenn. He has been seriously annoy of by guerillas since his departure from Pittsburg Landing and Florences the whole of Middle Tennessee literally swarming with partisan rangers. From every Hill top and in every Vale where the forests offer the slightest concealment the fleeing Yankees Are made to bite the oust. On tuesday of last week a portion of Eosin Crantz s command was Ambuscade a in mid Quot die Tennessee and nine instantly killed and Soma 25 or fio. Wounded. Yankee dead at taken sick in Maryland and sent Back to Rich oud to recruit his health reports that to passed Manassas curly last week eight Days or More after Tho Battle and found Tho Yankees under a Flag of truce still burying their dead. They told him boy had buried 7,000, and bad a weeks work before them. Burying was a slow business owing to the decomposed state of bodies. One at a time they were cover Eil Over with the Earth where they Lay. The order was so awful. To our officers Eye it seemed that none had been buried a so numerous were Tho of rps a. Proclamation of Gen. Smith to the people of air. Authorized by the president of the confederacy to organize troops and Issue commissions. 1 Appeal to you Mako one Effort for your principles for your instructions Aud for your state rally under your Flag organize and Muster your men Iii the cause of tie South. Breckinridge Buckner and their Bravo provided that if the president in cull ing out to troops into tie Serrico of the Confederate states shall first Call for Only a part of the persons Between the Ager heroin before stated he shall first Call to Lisp Between Tho age of 35&Quot and any age. Less than 45, and apportion the same be two eur the several states taking into consideration their relative population Between the Ages of 35-and 45, acid the number o. Troops already furnished to the army by the respective Stales under former acts a so far As the same May be practicable without departing from the principle of calling out troops according to age and provided Tut apr that in estimating the number of former acts each state shall be credited with All Tho companies mustered into service from said state. Sec. 2. That the president shall make such Call by requisition upon the governors of Tho several Confederate states foral or any portion of the persons within their respective states Between the Ages of thirty five and forty five years and also for those who now Are or May hereafter become eighteen years old As aforesaid not legally exempted and when assembled in Camps of instruction in the several. Stutes they shall be assigned to and form part of the companies a a a aprons battalions and regiments heretofore. Yai cd in their respective states and now in the Sor vice of the Confederate states and the number that May remain from any stale alter filling up existing companies squadrons battalions and regiments from such Stato to Legal number shall to office red according to Tho Laws of the. State having such residue. Sec 3. That if the governor of any state shall refuse or shall Cuil for an unreasonable time to be determined by the president to comply with said requisition then such persons in such Stato Aro hereby made subject in All respects to an act entitled a a an act further to provide for the Public defence a approved april 16, a 18 52, and the president is authorized so enforce said act against such persons. A Sec. 4. That for the purpose of securing a More speedy enrolment of the persons rendered liable to military service under ibis act the president May immediately upon making the requisition authorized therein employ in any Stato Whoso governor shall consent thereto officers of the Confederate states to enrol and collect in to respective Camps of instruction ail the persons called into service As aforesaid. Sec. 5. That the persons brought into military service by this act shall be assigned to the company from their Stato now in the service of to Confederate states which they May prefer to join Subjoc to to such regulations As the Secretary of War May establish to secure Tho filling up of existing companies squadrons Button icons. Aha regiments from the respective states provided that person s liable to military service under the provisions of this act and Able bodied me Yaver the Ages of forty five years May Volunteer and to assigned to duty in such company from their state As they May select provided that said company shall Dot by reason thereof be increased beyond its Legal maximum number and provided ,.that the right of volunteering in or of being assigned to any company shall not interfere with the objects of this act or produce inequality or confusion in the different arms of military that the president is authorized to suspend Tho execution of this act or the acts to which this is an amendment or any special provision or provisions of a mind acts in any locality when he believes such suspension will promote the Public Good and that in such localities and during such suspension the president is authorized to receive troops into Tho con cd Eralic service under ally of the acts passed by the Confederate Congress prior to the passage of the act to further provide for the Public defense approved 16th. Of april motion was Ziade to reconsider Tho vote by which the Bill was passed but by s. Vote of to e House this motion was Laid upon the table. Of motion at Quarter past 4 of clock the House adjourned. _ # the new army will be re collected that the Only balloon used by our army was captured by the Federr is on braid a Strainer in James River soon after to Battle of Richmond. Captain Clevor of this City who had it in charge made his escape and immediately returned to Savannah for the Parps be of eos Trueter a anew one. This he has just completed and we bad an Opportunity of examining it a few Days ago. It is a Beautiful Struc. Ture composed entirely of silk of All Colora being even More variegated than Josephus coat. It is 36 feet in diameter 40 feet in height from throttle to valve Board 56 feet from car to valve and will contain 84,527 feet of Gas capable of raising �?�888 Pound weight. It contains880 Yards of silk of usual Width and the workmanship is of tie very Best. The now. Balloon has been christened the Nimbus Anil or. Clevor the Munaut will leave with it for Richmond on Republican. A a Orth in hews. A to Richmond examiner has receive now Yoi k. Philadelphia and Bali trove i As Laichas the 1-lh. Tolfe nests from Tho army of Northern Virginia. By arrivals yesterday from Staunton be learn it was reported there that Gen. We learn it was report Jackson had on sunday last captured 8,000 Yankees at Harper s ferry without firing a gun. To Fevo been unable to derive from official sources any direct confirmation of this report though we learn upon Good authority that a combined movement upon Harp re a ferry by the forces of Jackson Walker and Mccall had been ordered. It is said that by order of Gen. Lee Gen. Jackson was to re Cross the Potornay at Williamsport and Gen. Walker at cheat Ford and March ii poo harpers ferry Liilo Gen. Mccall approached that place from the North and took Possession Al the Mary table Heights town. A if the report of Tho surrender of Tho Yai ices be Correct the. Communications of oar army Aro open to Winchester and oar generals Are in Possession of 8,000 muskets wherewith to Arm Tho Marylander who Are said to to Hocking to Wiir Standard. From Western Vierin i a. An official received from Gen. Lohrig yesterday dated Charleston Kanawha september 18tb,8 of clock p. M. Gen. Loring states that be had Defeated the enemy Aud driven him into Charleston and then forced him to evacuate that place kentuckians Are on their Way to join you. Make Oue Ono blow and your state Thra Dom find principle signed saved from Yankee i a Placo in the Van of where her institutions ally place her. That the enemy before Avaca Tibig had fired and destroyed All of his stores i _ and half the town. The enemy was flying towards the Ohio River but Gen. Jenkins with Liis cavalry was believed to to in a position to Cut off Bis . Exam. Fighting on the St. dispatch wus up coined Here by saturdays mail from thirst. Johns to the a Fleck that two of Tho enemy a gunboats had engaged a a a a a Job a a a a a our batteries at St. John s Bluffs and wore repulsed. This engagement goes to prove a that Tho gunboats Aro not Invulnerable and Wiir True polity is to ignore the past and in future fight to enemy wherever we meet him a we know not to Clent of Tho forces engaged on our Mitjo but one Section the right Wing of. Gamblers Battery Lieut. Tall Pigue commanding was there and the firing of the lieutenant is said to have been splendid. Casualties on our Sido one Man killed and four wounded. Loss of the enemy not reported Quot a is Felt hero in reference to the casualties As Lieut. Villi Piguab a command embraces a Large ormber of Tal lamas so Sentinel. A a a Camlla admission. The new York times of the Goth in a leading editorial from which we. Made a Brief extract yesterday makes the following remarkable confession a it is perfectly Idle to conceal Trio fact that As we stand to Day we , and. The Samo Ian los which have beaten us Bithy to win beat us. To the end of . If we p Era is in. The i Olio tons far pursued if we Bavo not better generals in Tho army and better Council i Tho Cabinet and More vigor a More High toned Energy a More Resolute Wall aimed determination in Tho government a Lian to have hitherto Trio Rebul a a conquer the Govert a Liilo Olny a the 8orprlsc near Cunt Berland correspond ont of the Knoxville Register writing near Cumberland Gap on the 10th, says a on fast monday a Small comi pand numbering Ubo Jit 100 mounted men were surrounded Between to Cumberland and Pine mountains on the Gap Road. I guess about 50 regular soldiers the others consisted of capt. Dudley s company and some of Twenty five. Men lat�-1 a a a Quot Quot a Quot a j6 he Northern papera report a h. Battle at liar Jar a Kerry Ltd last wednesday 111 which our voices u vre repulsed he Aeck hint \vas,,d Lorille had Poto Issue at will Iain sport Simon a Neoushy. With to crossing of Jackson and Lee Iii Leesburg ii Siead �1 Luares ing towards Hagerstown lie bad taken the Road by the canal Dow of tic River in the direct Misof harpers ferry. A Olfort distance above hear per a Forry to attempted to Ford Liq River with a Largo body of cavalry and the report was that when the River we ice a Early half a mile wide was covered with troops col. Miles opened upon Triem with his batteries front Camp Hill and from Ajjie trestle work of Tho Railroad with grape and canister Caus ing their repulse. This hews is. Not confirmed but is Given solely on the Auto Ori to of passengers from f Rederick. A pitched Battle was talked for every Day. The Washington Star of last saturday thinks that a decisive would Toon come off botwen the Mou Mcacy and the Blue Ridge. Mcclellan Sarudy was advancing from Rockville with a i pvt of Mitra Nica Tion with Gen. Miles at harpers Fer try. Wiir latest ail Vicos from him if Thiim at Urbana. Gen. , with his corps was making in the direction of pooles. Villo. A on Fores Are reported to have Vaeua red Frederick Anil Gen. to to sea inhere . Tho evacuation is supposed to have been made by or Bruiy with a design of advancing into Perins a Vai iia. The panic along tie Bonier is represented As a a fearfully Trio following dispatch had been received in Washington from the governor of Pennsylvania a a Harrisburg sept. 13.�?wo have Good reason to believe enemy have Loncon rated a Largo Force at Hagerstown Piid Williamsport their Limo moments upon Are As yet Uncertain but they arc in position to do us great damage in ices Mcclellan a Ruby can Check them very soon. A. A. A Curtin. On army under j Ackson and Lee was reported on the March to Pennsylvania a wit i about 300 pieces of artillery. We Are Reni Orton As Lio Diug Hagerstown Imd and that our first strike in Ponh Sylvania would be at Chambersburg. This had Crea to d the greatest alarm. boing removed from the Banks in ail Tho towns around and stocks of goods from tile stores. The defense of Philadelphia Hud voted �500,006 for the Protection of ibo City. A a the Washington chronicle of last sunday Baa a dispatch from Philadelphia saying t Nat a , just been received from col. A. Scott president of the Penn Syl Vania Railroad a Tel Harrisburg stating that a fight was going on below Hagerstown Between Miles and Jackson a forces and calling on All Tho troops to Rush to Harrisburg. The Philadelphia papers were out with Tho Follo Wing extra. A a Harrisburg sept. 13, 4 p. men arc wanted in companies. Philadelphia should respond immediately. No time Lor delay. A heavy Battle has been progressing South of Hagerstown Lor the last four hours supposed to. Be Jackson and the Union forces from Muntiu Strang. We have been telegraphing All Day for the Home guards and Lof to Grey reserves a. Col. Bradley to. Johnson of Maryland with the army of Jackson Inis issued a proclamation Call upon citizens of Maryland to enrol themselves under Tho Coule Dorata Flag. To closes Lii a Appeal with the following stirring words a a a remember the Colls of fori Mchenry. Remember Tho dungeons of f Ort Warren the insults to your wives and daughter the arrests Tho Midnight Sec Arches of. Jour Bouses. A. Remember these your wrongs and raised a at once in arms and strike for Liberty and a. A. The nows front the West reports our army liar Efshen Back from before Cincinnati but Ali enemy was at a loss to know whether it was in Retreat or simply for the purpose of drawing them out. The Washington Star says that president Lincoln Bud made a narrow escape a i Phife cowing into the duty from the sol dior a Home on Bor Sobisek. His Steed a spirited mid powerful beast run off a Iii. Pontoon a ing batteries Nia siae commanding then. Corps do Armett is hold in Reserve Ana also to a protect the line of com mini cation of Retreat of the whole. It consists of three divisions of about Twenty thousand each one at a die its Camps extending towards Leesburg another along the Road to Whito Plains and around that place another West of Centreville at or Noar the Junction of the roads leading to Aldio mud thoroughfare Gap. The panic in Southern Pennsylvania. The greatest Pani prevails on the upon Tho Rumora of the Advance of or army. A correspondent writes from Chambe Mehurg a \ our people Are aware of to Weir danger and Ort thursday last the officers of the Bana of Chambersburg As a matter of pro in Union transferred Lliel specie end Otylior the keeping of Tirol Harrisburg Bank. On Satui Day the Hagerstown Bank removed its specie East and on sunday and yesterday Tho Hagerstown savings Bank and Tho Washington county Bank did likewise. A on a urday evening the Onmi Erland Valley Railroad became satisfied that it unsafe to leave their engines and cars Over night at Hagerstown and on Quot sunday morning about two of clock they were All brought Down hero with a Large number of Union refugees from Frederick and Washngton i counties my. On Sabbath a train again ventured the Hagerstown intending to remain Over night but it was scared away about Ono of clock on monday morning by reports of the near approx Petrof Gen.,Stuart, with 5,-,000 rebel cavalry. To has not however reached Hagerstown As yet. On Sabbath too the United states Oxon Misoury removed All the Public stores from Hagerstown Quot to this Point and the same Day a Battery of eight Guys arrived Here and were ship Ped by rail to Baltimore. The same evening to remnant of the Twenty ninth re. Principles she has herself maintained Narf considered essential to her own inter As a nation. There was consequently1� Triumph on Oil or Side. The Only Triu Irmell was the Triumph of truth and Justice Ali f each Side wag equally interested in Laifi ing. Quota 1 Vry Van a Yuu it in glance Ana a Nerica. Could not have refused the Aatif fiction to a minded without departing Fri a the London times reiterates its aran ments that the North cannot conquer to Sputh and says Tomt thou time for Ciuni Elbe of sortie kind Liiva arrived and Bays that the worst of the.Dis Nui of in m to Canti Musit of Gim fent Pennsylvania Volu leers arrived n.ii1>11i-fn\vi, a Nam ipod. Thee cannot be so fatal tlfowaf., a the tiniest Hen draws an a fog Between the portion of in grand during lbs reyolds Tio Naty War and the present position a a a the. North and says that it a time the North followed a gaze t to describe Quot gee. Mcclellan s Emu pain As the Muk. Signal Lii Iii e seen in this county. Lord Brougham had made a spa Eek ing the necessity of absolute Neutral in and Nondon Ter Ventson in every sense of Tho word As the Only Security for the peace of England acid die Best Hope of securing t,0 Edtl of the unhappy quarrel. A the. Liverpool Post draws attention to Secretary Seward slate circular to eur. Courage emigration and urges tie distr de operatives of Lancashire and the Irish poor to follow or Seward a advice and emigrate. A. The London daily news urges that Tho emperor a Poitou cannot he allowed to assume exclusive control in italian affairs Anil urges the British government to speak out. There were vague rumours that England had protested against any French occupy nation of neapolitan territory and Tomt Psi and encamp Iod. These things looked As if the government intended to a vac late Western Maryland Ana deliver it Over to rebel Rio without. S struggle. The was that the secessionists in the neighbouring counties in Maryland Decanio Buhl exultant and defiant and the Union people were compelled to flee for safety nod Many of them Are now Here Dot feeling it Bale to return to theh Homes until they know what course the rebel forces will take. Many of our citizens Are also Quot greatly alarmed at Hie danger of a rebel invasion and our merchants in the Southern towns of the county and some oven hero have packed Quot up and shipped Forth and c test the most valuable off heir goods. In order to. Secure their safety. Many Atli Era Aro ready to move with their personal effects As soon As they know that the dam. A Geri Snear another correspondent writes from old fashion Dand usually quiet Tow n Las been Ian perfect ferment of excite meet few the past ton Days in anticipation of a rebel raid. Even to rapid concentration of Federal forces in this Vicinity does not allay the alarm. Tho secessionists and a a has of and Hal men a known As the Breckinridge democrats Are continually relating wonderful and frightful stories of rebel him and. Came very near throwing 1dm in Quot a a a Al or. Lincoln lost his hid by from . Jades also what it commanded a company in our Arney he is from Kentucky. Jor. ,. Onu Jab Thoua an agent of capt. Ilc Elrath his son g. A. Thomas capt. Hawkins it. M. Casino it and others win were going Oyer As quartermaster s men to join general a Smith s command. The noted Gol. Mene Foo was wounded in Thuv fight but Rae Able to travel to tiie Gap. An orderly of Gen snip the a and four Thora were killed. Several horses were shot. Birth their Horace shot under them and. Be Pural Smiths orderly i do not know his name he was a Fronch Mau. This a Quad la it Knoxville about one week ago. It was col Coopers a 4th-Tennessee renegade regiment which us prised our parly a they Evero ii Rig ill ambush. Cor mob did not Giro a gun. The federate gof 97-horses and Many Fine pistols Anil Small arms. Their v the race in which. Hut succeeded in checking Tho animal s career at the Cost of apr Nenod wrist in so doing-.1 a. United states senator. Thompson died it Princeton,.now Jeremy on the last Fri ,1,y Northern Hows. A we continue our extracts from late nor Thorn papers. Oar dates Are us tidily a a the Campaign in Maryland. The Northern papers Are speculating us co the numbers acid probable movements of our Arley in Marylard. A correspond ont Marks out to la a following hazy outline of the a position Filreis and the i gramme Quot which they win Pooh ably of a rebel forces now operating an a Liep ipod Torac mid in one Hundred frightful raids coupling their reports with All sorts of arguments to prove that it is All up with Tho a a abolition government,�?T.�?T and that the rebel army can go wherever they without let or hindrance. A Large number of families Are arriving hero und at gettysburg., every Day on Quot route for some Safe locality. The privations and suffering of our army in . The Northern papers publish the statement of one g. L. West who bad a arrived at Klunover Pennsylvania As a a deserter from the rebel tie Northern papers say a a he leaves a wife in Biemond Aud although originally from mass Calm setts to Bear the poor Fellows Story one can but deep Yaxiu Patrizo with the following is taken from Bis statement. The Genera is that he saw were Hill Longstreet Mokal l and Jackson. He estimates the rebel Force in Maryland As High As one Hundred and fifty thousand a they Conn fenced crossing at Nolanda a ferry Almont 7-o�?Tctockid tie morning and were new Ray forty right Ligoura going Over. The whole army waded the Quot River. The in no place More than three feet deep and in Somo cases whole divisions crossed in a body. Tho troops were kept close together they bad no terns and were not allowed to build Camp fires. In fact Trio whole expedition was conducted As secretly and As expeditiously As possible or West was. In Longst rect sold division. The subsistence on the March was e or Quot mainly meagre enough. A they had to a Jeat from the time they loft to Potomac were apples and one ration of Rico the cavalry fared worse. Tie horse were fed but once during the entire March when the army reached Frederick foraging parties were sent but and a Large number. Of cattle plenty of Hay and other necessaries Fere brought w Hen or. West left the rebels appeared to be. Will knows nothing a of Tho pm Poso in command but thinks a to rear sit in Maryland and Lay enough for the win Ter Campaign. Or. West was drafted into the rebel service on the last Day of january last and a member of the first Vir. Ginia tip to the time of Liia desertion. Or. West further states Thal the Vehsla appear a to be in blah spirits Over their Success and insist upon it that they can whip any or my Tfir North can Send against them Serpool dates to the31st Tiave the England even threatened a in Sicily if France resorted a such it step. France. _ the Ejon Perot Napoleon presi Derl at. An important Council of tbe-26th Al Jug. On italia Rio Aff Ira. A cd a important matters it is said were discussed a French Squadron has been sent to Naples and a i English Squadron it is said has also been ordered there. _ Denmark. A the replies of Austria and Prussia to the danish note of Tho 12th of March on the Schleswig Holstein had reached the Auli Cabinet. Both Austria and Prussia Are very excessive in their demands Par Tieu Lavoy Prussia. V 4�?T Austria. 1 lie military governments continue outbreaks were apprehended but precaution a a Meas i a had been taken to count Eniel them. The latest. London aug. 80, p. times Fucai an article on the extraordinary position of the democratic party in America. It says they Are fighting in a cause for which they feel the most boundless Devotion but i the same time in behalf of a policy and party they detest. It regards or. Yah Fandi Ghnon s recent speech As an exposition of tit. Feelings of the democrats and thinks their demonstration in every Way important As t serves to show thu tin and. Edition to other difficulties prey lout Lincoln will have to straggle against the legitimate effects of Tho War a Action against Liis own army and arb tra by acts. From Maryland. R passengers by Tho Central train yesterday oveniiig�?~,.iiavingyio Bruiy news wherewith to enlighten the citizens of Richmond indulged in the expression of various the Frics. One of the most plausible of these Thories is in regard to the movements of Feu. Jackson Quot. Iris suggested that he is on his Way Back from Maryf Piid with Tho design of re crossing the Potomac at and bouncing unawares upon Tho five or a a a a thousand Yankees who ire to ported to boat Nilarp Bra a ferry. This is a guess the verification of which is within the scope of possibility. There Aro Many obvious ref sous Why wish to have the. Valley thoroughly cheated. Several Dischia cd soldiers who loft Frederick on Las wednesday arrived hero yesterday. They bring by other intelligence of the movements of our army exp cent that the forces in and about Frederick left that town on wednesday morning anti marched id. . The majority of the Citize fib of Frederick sympathy Ion with Tho Confederate Causo though Thero were also Many bitter and outspoken us zionist a male and female. Union Ami Confederate flags in Many cases floated from to tops of adjoining hoaxes. No person had been interfered with by our Genera a or soldiers for the expression of their political , dispatch Ici. From general Boring a Arij re official . We have had the pleasure of publishing the following copies of official Tole Ramsie the Secretary of War if Rej ution to the re Quot Quot Lor cent by Jln Jav it general w. W. Loring Iti Western in. Winisk or. Capture. Of buc Banag. Hdm hrs dish is. Wva., Fayette c. H., via Giles c. Or Dublin sept. 14, Jenkins captured Buchanan upshur c in Iii depot with. 060 stand of arms and Immos be Storis All of which were destroyed he took Tow commanding officer Ait thirty prisoners the next Day he captured Weston. L ii a sgt Day he took genvi1le. The next Day. He took ly>1 Rathbone and Bis Regia at rape court House. The next Day Llu a Fot co a the enemy Fri a Raven. Wood and tie Day crossed Lute marching Twenty Miles Lii that state. A a w Tho Kam whre. W. Loung general

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