s prisoners and gave our line the intended direction.
What position McPherson took after the success of his afternoon's work, I am not at liberty to state; let it be sufficient at present to say that he is some distance from the position he held on the 12th.
Hooker's operations on the same day — also the other corps.
Simultaneously with the movement of McPherson's troops the rest of the corps were advanced — Palmer directing himself towards the enemy's position on Kenesaw Mountain, Howard at Pine Mountain, the other corps filling up the gaps and participating in the general action.
Hooker during the day made one of his magnificent assault is upon the enemy's works at the base of Los. Mountain.
He soon carried their outer line of rifle pits, and charged with such impetuosity that he was not long in driving the enemy completely out of his first line of fortifications, forcing him up the mountain.
In the position taken from the enemy Hooker remained, and after little labor pl
epute, where all sorts of lewd practices are indulged in. The accused are occupants of the upper part of a house on Wall street, between Main and Franklin, Over Russell's stables, and were represented by the witnesses as women of the most abandoned character, "continually cursing and swearing, and exhibiting themselves in a state of nudity to persons living in the neighborhood." In the same house, in company with these women, were found the following men. Lorenzo Owens, Dennis Brophy, and Chas Howard.
Brophy proved that he was an honest, peaceable shoemaker, and only rented a room in the building for the purpose of relucting has business.
He stated that he had enough to do to attend to his own affairs without bothering himself with the difficulties of other people; had never been annoyed by the women at the bar. The Mayor gave notice that he should reform the character of this house by driving the present occupants out and putting decent people in it. Brophy was discharged, but the