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oad, however, and we may catch them there yet. How Gen Johnston crossed the Chattahoochee. The public, who believed that the Chattahoochee river was the point at which Gen. Johnston was to make a stand against Sherman, ill read with interess absolutely effervescing. Falling back from Marietta, Gen. Johnston established his long chosen line along the Chattahoochemade in accordance with a new line of policy adopted by Gen. Johnston. The fact, however, became evident yesterday that the d while I write skirmishing is going on in front. Gen. Johnston has established his headquarters only two and a half mi confess myself at a loss what to say in the premises. Gen. Johnston is stern, severe and reticent. One can only draw conclbe waging in bloody fury. It is not less probable that Gen. Johnston will still continue his retreat to some other point. I, and satisfied, in their ignorance of the future, that Gen. Johnston will in due time work out his own plan and secure succe