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arching on Panola. Gen. Forrest had received reports from below that Sherman's column from Vicksburg consisted of 32,000 men — infantry, artillery, and cavalry. It marches in close order, not a man leaving ranks, even to steal a chicken. Gen. Lee's cavalry hover round them, picking up a few men occasionally, who report that they left the Big Black with twenty days cooked rations. A private dispatch from Enterprise dated last evening states that our forces evacuated Meridian yesterda a distance. The twenty days rations which they are said to have started with are exhausted — at least the twenty days are gone. There is nothing on the way down upon which to subsist man or beast. They are said to have had only 500 wagons, and Lee has destroyed some of these. But if they cannot come on for lack of food, neither can they go back, unless trains come out from Jackson to meet them. If Sherman pushes on to the Bigbee river, or up the country towards Okolona or Columbus, there
Runaway --$200 Reward.--Ran away from the subscriber, on yesterday, my boy Hardy. Said boy is about 20 or 21 years old, very black, and has a few scars about the left jaw. The above reward of $200 will be paid for his delivery to Messrs Lee & Bowman, Richmond, or secured in any jail so that I get him. James Via. [fe 23--ts]
200 Dollars Reward --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 19th inst, my boy Austen. The said boy is about 16 years old, about five feet high, and of a light brown complexion. He took with him my dark bay horse, small in size, but compact and in good order. Austen has a high forehead but narrow, and his hair extends very low on either side. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to Messrs Lee & Bowman, in Richmond, or secured in any jail, and the recovery of the horse. D. Scott, Bestland P. O. Essex co, Va. ja 26--ts
ng paper of Wurtemburg advocates the calling out by the Diet of 100,000 troops from the minor States, and the keeping of a reserve of 200,000 more in readiness to march. It is expected that the Danes will defend the Dannevicks, on the frontier of Schleswig, to the last extremity. A brigade of British artillery was under orders to embark for Copenhagen. The French Monituer has a correspondence from New York, stating that discouragement is spreading in the South, and that the army of Lee is demoralized. The Archduke Maximilian demands that the vote of the Notables which offered to him the crown be ratified by the vote of the principal cities. The Mexican deputation was expected to return with this vote to France in February. Then the Archduke will immediately assume the scepter, and visit Paris as Emperor of Mexico. Spain will at once appoint a Minister to his court. It is announced that the mission of the French Mission will be accomplished by the middle of January.