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Five hundred dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber on the night of the 8th instant, a likely boy named Jim, about 16 years old. Jim has a full head of black hair, gingerbread color, well grown, and his walk is slow and careless. Said boy had on when he left a gray military cap, light gray jacket and dark pants. Jim was raised by Mrs. Wall, in Stevensburg, Culpeper county, and may be making his way there, or he may have gone with Gen Hood's division, as he has been in the army before and liked it very much. Jim has relations living in Richmond, and may be lurking about the city at this time. G Z miles. Firm of Miles &Bro. se 25--3t*
wded with wagons, and the impression is that he brings them over as they are needed. Gen. Longstreet commands the river and railroad below Chattanooga. Gen. Hood was doing well Thursday. Our loss in killed and wounded will not exceed twelve thousand. The Yankee loss in killed, wounded, and prisoners will reach t bridge over the East Chickamauga river is repaired, and trains will go to our lines to-morrow. [third Dispatch.] Atlanta. Sept. 26. --Officers from Gen. Hood's division train, just in, report that they left Lookout Mountain yesterday morning. That important position was then held by Hood's division, now commanded by Hood's division, now commanded by Gen. Jenkins. It is not supposed that an assault will be made, as we command the situation, and need not sacrifice the lives of our troops. When the train left the burnt bridge station this morning heavy cannonading was heard. On Thursday night the enemy made two attempts on our lines. They were driven back both t
Gen. Hood's wife is with him at Rock Spring, Trun. Chickamauga is the Indian name for "river of death." Gen. Howell Cobb has been promoted to be Major General. There was a heavy frost at Charlotte, M C., on the 22d inst.,