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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

Wm rvv W'-'f - i'i , ,l""WMIfH"V"i' ;i'l i t,ISUKI I'.VI KY ItoUMMl HV p BANC PAIit ()i:i Copy one Month .f! 00. tyNo Mib'oriptloii receive ! for ,i longer -rind t..r.M one iiminli. The cii-.li must neeouip i'i) CVf'l'V w. A o v i.i' ''Tx '. " .""" s Inserted at the usual rales. HOMCI II' l)( (T .1? It'll.' M?i'i. J. C., "''..( Lm-'i.i I.. I' ;''f J i. ' 'I,', 7. c)o(,r, yrm. FOR ou EXCHANGE A HSQRO WOMAK, Godu GcOi, Inner ui Waster, FfiR SiLR OK KCDAIC2 I0R Apply at this ollice. a in:, i, 'is-tf. CLEVELAND, TENN W. I. N. BBiDSHAW. MlC'tL rpiIE !trsslJU of (lie Institute will com ineiuf X u MiMdiiy the 1st it;iy of Nt'iv erabr next, u)()tr t'.ie rtlroctioii ;ind brofirssorship of t.tio Knv. Mr liiiitlsliaw, who h.u hud charge of it for tlio last ti'ii mouths. Tin TruHtees la inaktup: this an.ioiincciiicnt n'ould most especially nppuul to all citizens who have rtaiiffhtex to cttucate, to semi to this Insti tution. Mr. Bniilshaw lias had charge; of the school f(r the last ten months, ...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

fe NUMBISK 9 Office Main Street, nearly opposite tha Por-tOll'iee. CHATTANOCHiA : Saturday Morning, Aikjust o, ti(i. TO OUR FKILNDS. (lontlcint'ti wIm iinlvti from alirniKl with l:ite pri))itiH will eoufi'i' h favor by (raving tliciu itt Tin: Kki.I'.i. (illli'n. In tlicxu tiny. of tiurcrtiiln iuuIIm ami tilocKiulcH, our tacilRU'H to funiiili the liitust ih'w.4 from nil (imrtti s c:tn lie umitly Inrie.'isi'rt by Hlil lc utlrniluii on tlm .'ii t of our frluiuls, for wlileli wo slii.ll ever rcninln uroU'RU. r.utli.H from Mldtlli' Tnim-Nsce mid ulsfvhT wltliln tin' ciifiiiy'i llni i Mil ''oiitiT an cfliu'ciul fuvor by furnishing us uny Nortiji-ni ;iK rs In tlHllr IiOHSi'b.sloil, We see in the Cleveland Banner of the 7U1 that a battle was reported as going on between Gen. Stcph erisonV; brigade and about 4,000 Federals on Clinch river, since which we have learned, from a ie Hable source, a confirmation of the rumor, and that it was quite an im portant alFair, and, so far as heard from, d...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

FROM RICHMOND. Richmond, Aug. 7. One hundred and ten prisoners i'roin Pope's army, taken by Stuart's cavalry, near Gordonville, arrived to-night by special train; no oiliccrs among them. Pso particulars of the capture have been received. Richmond, Aug. 7. Gen. Stuart left Hanover Court House on Monday with Lee's cav airy, and proceeded within eight miles of rrcdncksburg, and learn ing that two brigades of the enemy had gone in the direction ot Han over Junction, he went in pursuit, and overtook their rear guard at Massapona Shops. A skirmish took place in w hich Stuart took sixty (60) prisoners. The enemy was reinforced, and having a strong position on rising ground, Stuart fell back, and the enemy did not pursue. In the meantime a detach ment sent for the purpose captured a train of twelve wagons and fifty soldiers on the Frulricksburg road. Stuart returned to Hanover Court House last night. FROM MO II ILK. Moijilk, Aug. i. A schooner from Havana r.in the blockade yes terday mornin...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

TUB CONSCUU'JION LAW. A BU.I. TO HP. K.NTM LKI) "AN" ACT TO Ki'KTiiffK rnovini'. fur the immh ic DltFKNCR," In view of (he exigencies of e eoun Uy, find the absolute neeevdh' of keeping in the nervier our ull.mt army, and of placing in the field u larjjc udditi'inal force to meet the advancing column.! of the enemy now Invading our soil; there forr, Section i. The Congrets of the. Con federate SUit't of America da enact, That the President he, and Is hereby author laed to call out and place In the military jcrvice of the Confederate States, for three years, unless the war shall have been sooner ended, nil white men who are residents of the Confederate States between the airea of eighteen and thirty live years nt the time the call or calls be made, who are not legally excepted from military service. All of the person; aforesaid who are not now in the service of the Confederacy, and whose term of service will expire before the end of the war, and khall be continued In t he se-r-vice f...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

If 01 nro 0 in CHATTAf.!OOR", FUOL!C LIBRARY CHATTANOOGA, TENN. OT40U J. f """"v r"'"" j f i CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE, AUG, 9, 1862. The Daily Rebel. PUBLISHED KVFRY MORNING BY Franc M. Paul. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, ono Month -$1.00 No subscription received for a longer pe riod than ono month. The cash must nc compnny every order. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. Entered according to act of Congress In the Librarian's office at Washington, D. C, 1S91, by LOUIS L. PAR1IAM, Chatta nooga, Tenn. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A Negro Woman Good Cook, Ironer and Washer, FOr Sale or Exchange for A BOY Apply t;t this office . .. Aug. 1, ' tf. JsTASQ&ILC FEMALE INSTITUTE I Cleveland, Tenn. Rev. L. N.. Bradshaw, Principal. THE session of the Institute will com- mence Oil ivtunuiiy, wio ant ucijr ui ocpiciu- ber next, under the direction and profes sorship of the Rev. J. M. Bradshaw, who has had charge of it for the last ten months. The Trustees In making this announce ment would ...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

THE REBEL. NUMBER - 9- OHiot' Main Street, noarly oppo sito tho Post Ollieo. CHATTANOOGA : Satcuday Mon.NiNo, Arorsr 1, 1S02. We see In the Cleveland lianner of the "th that a battle was reported as going on between (Jen. Stephcnson'B brigade and about 4,000 Federate on Clinch riv er,, since which we have learned, from a reliable source, a confirmation of the rumor, and that It was quite an Im portant affair, and, so far as heard from, decidedly In our favor. We will awult further particulars of this flank movement of Gen. Stephenson before giving: all that is current on the street. The Mobile papers have telegrams In relation to It. but we cannot understand how they are permitted to receive war Intelligence from this Bcctlon- of Ten nessee before either the Knoxvllle or Chattanooga papers. Aldehoff's Institute The third seho llstlce year of this admirably conceived and well conducted school commences on the second monday In next month. The principal. Mr. II. W. Von Alderhoff, Is wi...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

Telegraphic. From Richmond. Richmond, Aug. 7. One hundred and ten prisoners .from Tope's army, taken by Stuart's cavalry, near Gordonvllle, arrived tonight by ' special train, no olllcwrs among them. No particulars of the capture have been received. Richmond, Aug. 7. Gen. Stuart left Hanover Court House on Holiday with Lee's cavalry, and proceeded within eight miles of Fredrlcksburg, and learning that two brigades of the enemy had gone In the direction of Hanover Junction, he went In pursuit, and overtook their rear guard at Massapona Shops. A skir mish took place In which Stuart book sixty (60) prisoners. The enemy was reinforced, and having a strong posi tion on rising ground, Stuart fell back, and the enemy did not pursue. In the meantime a detachment sent for the purpose captured a train of twelve wagons and fifty soldiers on the Fred rlcksburg road, Stuart returned to Hanover Court House last night. From Mobile. Mobile, Aug. 8. A schooner from Ha vana ran the blockade yesterday...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

' X, 1 v k e Conscription Law BILL TO UK UNTITLED "AN ACT TO FURTHER PROVIDE PC) 11 THE PUBLIC DEFENSE." In view of the expend of the country, and the absolute necessity of keeping In the service our gallant army, and of placing In the field a large additional force to meet the advancing columns of the nemy now Invading our soil; therefore, Section I. The Congress of the Con federate States of America do enact, That the president be, and Is hereby authorized to call out and place In the military service of the Confederate States, for three year unless the war Khali have sooner ended, all white men who are residents of the Confederate States between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five years at the time the call or calls be made, who are not legally ex empted from military service. All of the persons aforesaid who are not now In the servtce of the Confederacy and whose term of service will expire before the end of the war, and shall be contin ued In the service for three years from t...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

or. n Op J? 0? DAILY REBEL rl HI IHIlEI) EVERY 1IOKNIN0 BY FRANC M. PAUL Terms of Subscription : One copy one montli - - - - $1 00. tt Vo subscription received for a longer pe riod than one month. The cash must accompa ny every order. Auvkktimunt8 Inserted at thcusual rates . Sensible. 1 Col. Revere, of tlie (seventh New Jersey regiment, lias recently addressed a letter to Ooveruor Ofjden. in which he point oat the fully of forming new regimen to when the old o greatly need filling np, lie ay. : "With all due respect to the opinion of others, I am in favour of immediate draft ing from the militia, en mouse, and the fill ing op of oar shattered regiments now in the field, Be mooh reduced by the ravages of war, in preference to raising new regimenta, which cannot be prepared for the field in a less period than six months. ''It would b; most unwise to send these raw regiment, without drill or discipline, even if they eau be recruited in time to en able the armies now iu the field to mn...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

THE REBEL. NUMBER Office Main Street, nearly ophite the P.O. CHATTANOOGA: SATURDAY MORXINO, AUG. 0, 'IW To OurlriendB. Getlonii who miive from nbroad with late papers will confer a favor by loiivinsr tbuin at Tni Rbhiil ofioa. In these days of uncertain mails and blockades, oar facflit'os tu furnihli tin) latest news from nil quartern onu be ureal ly increased by a little attention on the part of our frreiuls; for which we hall erer remain grateful. Parties from Middle 'I eunennee and elsewhere within the enemy's linen, will confer tin especial favor by furniHhiuji us any Northern papers iu their poSMsiou. Wll I 1 """S i. .. . . I 1 . We see in the Clevoiand Banner of the 7th, that a Inttle was reported us going on between Cen. Stephenson's brigade and about 4,000 Federals on Clinch river, since which we have learned, from a reliable source, a con firmation of the rumor, and that it was Unite an important affair, and so far as heard from, decidedly In our favor. We will await furthe...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

1 TELEGRAPHIC. FROM RICHMOND. Richmon d, Aug. 7. 110 prisoners from Pope's army taken by Stuart's Cavalry,' near Gordonsville, arrived to-night by special train; no ollicers among them. No jmrtieulurs of the capture have been received. Richmond, Ati. 7. Gen. Stuart left Hanover Court House on Monday, Vith Lee's Cavalry, and proceeded within eight miles of Fred riekshurg,nnd learning thattwo brigades of the enemy had gone in the direction j of Hanover Junction, he went in pur suit, overtook their rear-guard at Mas sapona Shop. A skirmish took place in which Stuart took sixty (GO1- prisoners The enemy was reinforced,:tnd having a strong position on rising ground, Stuart fell back and the enemy did not pursue. In the meantime a detachment sent for the purpose captured a train ctf 12 wagons and 11 fly soldiers on tliu Fred ericksburg road. Stuart returned to Hanover Court House last night. From Mobile. Mohilk. Aug.S. A schooner from Havana ran the blockade yesterday morning. Her cargo i...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 9 August 1862

THE CONSCRIPTION LAW. A BUI. TO 11 KNTITLHD "AN ACT TO FUKTIIHtt MOVIDB FOB TBI PUIILIC UBKBMGI." In view of the exigencies of the country, end the absolute neee-sity of ki t pine in the erviee our gallant army, and of pljicing iu the field a laib addiiiotn 1 force to meet the advancing columns or Hie enemy now invad ing our soil ; therefore, Suction 1. Tht Congress of the Confede rals State of America do, timet, That the President be, and hereby withorizod to call out and place in the military service of the itonfederute States, for three ytais. Htdess the war shall have been wionnr ended, all white men who are resident of the Confed erate Stittes between the ntw of oiahieeu and thirty-live yearn at the limn the rail or alls may bo made, who are not legally ex empted from military service. All of the persons aforesaid who are lint now iu the eervioe uf the Ooi'fiuouvy, and whose term of service will expire before the end of the war.and shall be continued in the service for three ye...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 10 September 1862

THE DimRIirBKL. . .i ' . 7 ' I - . - '- . : FRANC; iMv paul!. - N'nj m-loCM : Terms of Sabslription : ; tlsiin t.ije iji.ip ,'AnrKirris'l.v'F.vTjs !:ti'tit ht t'.O' " 1 -i.t'i, i :. . ...... IU-o;: t'.rtu Mictive 1 f. tr -t h:i(r p r:n! The C ii-.l f ni'ist .icM'.-rtiiauy tvcry I - ' i , - I ! I H FOUNDRY ANiniAiniJiNKSIlOl . fpKK UN'M IUfCNKO. V,v.;.i-?..r-j H thXJ,HU ii r .roit.N, ta-k'.ti: t-jMail A-'.'alt .it which -mr'-t' j rui- vL.ihSil-1 Itif l.t tl ll.e klii'l in li;f ('iTi I-l,.t'V. , I '"" ' " ' . '' , W'e iti in.w iif.i(a Y.a -p Ami n aI i .t.u i whm. '. , , ' '-'h - which '' '1' uifie'liit'!v fiifV tf-. Ii..ti.l..t-6i: i.1 .l;i.i'u-i it , invent j wii! lo "Vr'ii t. -: - - I' - -' ' ' t ' - i 1 -r TIP. WKV-hllut ro.; iWnH-Hi! lKCi.' ' i- -j :tiU,.. , fl-IH"l. r,-ltrH K - 50 . I (' sale. . . f L M.tcin 'l'r!ri .A .! iii;ti f Su'.t. a'ljI.J'iH--M --iif " J TiiLEGllAPHIC. tapiurcu : : II 'i:- ,-4 u fjinr iorrpostH last j vas.ce . yrnn.ADr:Lrnt.3I. e8 from j.inl or" ! Nfw Yor...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 10 September 1862

1 ' 1 ; r ' i : r ! ' i'. u V - T ,- Si t . .'h i '. ; 'r. A- I-. 11- Till. DAILY itHBIC. :: ' P Ot.f en Market: -ei , iie-aa !y ppotiite PuiV IV? t Cj'-XAP. ; C K AM A I 0 0 G A: V F.DN EUAY jiSOnNING. SEPT. J W; lGJL ii j: Po : o p .piiMrt" be ptftiid destroy UF' 13 Tatl I some .. -! l!ie smii$ to rei h . unison 3n a foster ftrtie'e wo adverted to; the l-The; (Sitcifciut. abuses wbivh liu dort rated to prevent foreign j for Jd riWc.rtlTjin' -Pififiir -tops to procure cotton beuf; )'V(lH.',ili t lit? I .'.rue f-'upi ,-'! : f !.-. i tli e : take 'V- i ta wSi atri A tin t.i tl'i ' I'.H-i ht't !l.eOI , ... . -. -mat i ncy i 1 ,'cni i-.i t,- li. ample fuf-ph ) " obfiinpd Vii) ri m i ti d ti nt -.v!i-: Cli.irlrstVlti : their l.:SfH the oriti i rw,tiv p.upp of tin? South.,---'.Tli?j d&'sii rt.t.t j:i pi r-hand at the eton-", m-de II . , . - , j. 'I I ! war, the surplus el eftoii j their j-iie to., rtiu.ulate hy hith ij of c-o;tu in Intlia, were Ate. ft hv'-I-.tP.dand-. did not procur...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 11 September 1862

! i r a I ! . "i-i ' '' I . -A rl I if i ? : f -a Til il i: ) WA 1 ?A;'TE7NL tflURSrlivV, S!i!irOERll' JS'C2. Volume I. NuMni:;: '35. THE DAILY liEBtlU i f it i-.!.tTiin.inii)n. I ; - P. ! '.! . ; : :. .1 . f ' 1 A i . i i l i ', i rill lit ill Mill :'-A V i UL UU UTE.AM f 1 1 1- - ! - i -- r .. i -' ' I 1 : : TfSUnU aiins M-r.stNi (ytyi-T hni'ayj' b v FRANCVM. PAUL. . r.JVr. J- i - - V Abveci TeTnis of Subscription r One c' p tnint!i. , . iVwt!Ttt-n -rp':v'i fir si l".:.r iintij. Ttre c t V, -ut; it aiciin..i- j:tfn hm-ttf J.t1:0 uvul rat-. wi'ltf , : k s t i n ! tt i- Mi" n.'cu't-i..ri tire 'liili Li t isC: II riTfvhrv..VT WAni'VP nnpt f t t .y 1 s . -r , -v a -r- -r t i , ). f-L. f l i-jJ-s - l ; I- - i i :'.' rpiiK L'Xlr.RsH;XK!i;..rr..i-' r- ni Jh Cti.t'; .nfli tin. rritti ;,ali!i.HlM;:!t. viulir-.ir'Vc .Licit ''i. Sl.kb tin V.Ain' .1'-. . -ill il whUli i- MS i! .4:!!iJ. i nny jiab!K-mt :r U.c.,kit.il in i.- "'": .li-inr Ni. mi- rt"W ;;,lrf a 'a p an-l ,.; !!.'t.l.r? M-im-''..I...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 11 September 1862

i i ii r ! I ' i !: i ' ' "I ; r "- i i i tfltfiiDklhYi iliCBEL, v 'it is jj..; hups premature . fjiif .-lion, t-mci1 tl.Wc i'no j Perhaps ? reoLiro tin pall the iiflvuci tliCT hhvo . stulcli of j war. i nhitl.fjjw'tvtt'r. rH i f 3y. .,xr i j II tt if ; o ieayc tj 'c re jinn fit- t!i4fe toi: v1 jl-tiut?'ij."i It is! vr it vrouili- 1- or ihem to tlt ci ic j to discuss- th;.!0,vcuji.vsi.l!pti4c;r:..i cudci.tkt tie : for tlVU lur. -ofe, if t;l l.ineiln flovi i iHiitnil ha 'at . tins .fitnu a irv taclei! t. 'j !? jo?:. ilN.isit ion tf'.niahe j.oacc'upon terms wliioJi coin, loyejrntner: V' think.f nccpti; it is true IH.-it vifAlH WA-jlas'' ... ... .. . . V . .... u...... 't 1 I i t.i.M i. .up hu. .Hui iuriii riitu naii nu iirj r ikras; ejljtoulisftd. port .iti'.;'y t6',x lrea? their ."wishes, if free dent ofVpoeeh jain'l freedom of tiie prr -s had nut l.'-f," dttr"yed ..'anjonjji them, iSun tjtrt; 'intliiit ! s-ttiv li ;.o t!:af after their : State cap ' -i ' -, si . -V , - , L ' aid the...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 12 September 1862

, :i . r v-!'v, ' : aIa '. L:;;- r:.; ;- ' . ; . . . . A" U A' I :"riHFte':! ; ' ?t ;r; : I A A :U " A 'A- ; 0:k l,- . J -j ' . 1 " i : 1 ' a : - ' "' 1 ' 1 ' - r( X'"fm T i Av ' jlfeill J I i ' " Iff1 VTTANOQGA, TEVX..H' II IDA V, SKPi BMHEfl 12. 1862. ; ' " NuMcni: 30. THE DAILY HEBKL. cr'.:rr. f t-rt-u: J -dil-i ..n m:r ... o to hTf fi: i.it i i v t . . . . . - - v i j w i . ii ii.'"'. v. vic r i a ,1, "1 7. -0 t 4 1 in' i i - Y, FRANC. M. PAUL. L. '.order. A , Terms of Subscription .r i: tT ore lAor.t'i. . J. ! t Py w nor.r, . . A fltdnjfn, ;v.pt i 11.--FVTi , nc ji.ioatn. o.iuwi necin;. miV ercijfi-ij d&p of the C:h.we m- " ' ii-'f';. " i ; ' JIji3,:ciijo telrgnajih; T'-j'V i ',' I ' ! 1 - 1., J . . . . . . ;' i FuUNHilYANT) MACHINE FOR s i 1J lioa Pwidri :vl .MM:lia Wrk. ".'jroinijrft t. iT'T', h'. vk n han. Ac. . i'l ot whi:ti i cnr.inlt'tr f i 1 7! rfci :ih trut" life in i i "'i i n ir- i i a , iltdiore i , j i ' - ' ! t -"I ' I N ; ; . THOS.-WfcB'VratA CO krhaTnvic.V..T...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 12 September 1862

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Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 13 September 1862

Volume . Ij 1TAN0QGA, ;rENTNT.: SATURDAY, SEPfEivI BER -13; i- 1 -4 I.- 7 Si Y- THE DAILY ;REBEL. TcxuiBErri:iir Rt7J (txcr.rr hokoit) by PRAMC. MJ PAULi, i . i j " ' Terms of Sabscription ; . . -. ; tnt erpy'one mwlh, ;. . LOK 'No subscription reeeiee.! for .' hmKcr p rloi! than ontionth. . TIki cash .must accompany vry erder. " ABTRTiHKKNtKt'wtith uual rate. IOUN PRY A N U ;MnKSII()P f- ' ',- FOR R A.1VE. . - I i rpflE USffkRRIJLKDl 'I'rjncr "f the Chip's r y , noojra foundry una. r.'mne worK. irfinn-wj to :f-e!1 the entire en'shlislnneaf .' mbrafintr Machinery: Tools, Stork i banu. ,Vr. . all ! which i. enmplM -, a any etati!il0if nt nl the kind in the Coofrdi-iaeyi'.; j H'ciri now lioin? . la ife and pr"lt:anie Mnone; j whiywotiM ir: immediately into th h iul of onii snocenantM.' Tlie "jiiporior 44.Ivsnt.iire. of I oration wU! always i'uufrti an inrr.-intc hen'iiees... env exten 'aesieed. IVrsons 4fi"u to OftPt W.ltCn 7tllii to .eal artvl eiNrhine. . : '- I , Chattanoojr. July 3...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chattanooga daily rebel. — 13 September 1862

1 i t,- if ' 11' : i .'"I 1--.;Ejv.!: I! r i ! .- r ! , 1 . hi- 1 ! TH E Da 1 LY ' 1 1 IvBEL. 0-l' on 3'. h 1 1 et t lien? ly t jj"hi.site the Tost office i - : V T CHATTANOOGA: - . SATURDAY, MORNING. SEPT 1 3, .1 G2.'. 'fcay Tht re arc men Avho-are' engaged in the "bufiinres ot tpecihi.tiiYg ujxrti the iiccc-Hwities of having luin' ou hU staff at the; battle of Sihl-l -received as xiiuuh couiUcrutiuu irvui fentjing Hams M anliest the same devotioni to iiiett'ri ot iue isuutu. is mt ..ni -.f twenty a-turs i..r urM..n i-.n,.-. i.r i. t i i. . J i i T - . . ' . . aa no qne-.lKtns Keu the country, and jw liis ooautry,"arjct died in the arnis i"Hh Iliirrii i Lei' tihW traiu'eer rf G rf.jat presc wants of the Boldicrs. '.Their Role object st-eni to be to make money for them fclvei, rcgardlosrf'of tW .interests of the com munity." We 1 1 -'ink. the briU dipositKii tiat can be made- of jaueh men, in to require- thvtu - to go into the army, for if they have physical strength sufficient -to ...

Publication Title: Chattanooga Daily Rebel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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