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nded towards the close of the day. No this State alone, but the whole Confederacy, has sustained a great loss in the death of this brave, upright, and able man. Another gallant and able soldier and Captain was lost to the service of the country, when Brigadier-General Gladden, commanding 1st Brigade, Withers's Division, 3d Army Corps, died from a severe wound received on the 5th instant, after having been conspicuous to his whole corps and the army for courage and capacity. Major-General Cheatham, commanding 1st Division, 1st Corps, was slightly wounded, and had three horses shot under him. Brigadier-General Clark, commanding 2d Division of the 1st Corps, received a severe wound, also on the 1st day, which will deprive the army of his valuable services for some time. Brigadier-General Hindman, engaged in the outset of the battle, was conspicuous for a cool courage efficiently employed in leading his men ever into the thickest of the fray, until his horse was shot un
$20 reward. --Ranaway, on yesterday morning, my negro man, Frank Cheatham, about 35 years old. He has a down look, rather stammering when spoken to. Said negro is a stout, square built man, dark brown color, about 5 feet 6 inches high; had on when last seen a dark colored army overcoat. He was last seen in Rocketts Old Field, supposed to be making his way to the enemy's lines. I will give the above reward if delivered to me, or to Thos. W. Keesee, corner of 12th and Cary streets, or lodged in any jail so that I can get him again. Mrs. Maria E. Gannaway. my 9--6t