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wed to carry little or no baggage. The troops were provided with large tarpaulins, which they stretched from tree to tree, and under which whole companies can sleep with comfort. The wagons were used to haul forage, the tea tarpaulins of a regiment taking up but little room. The men lived off the country, Many of the men were no horses with bridles improvised from ropes and the like. The whole force moved speedily up the valley of the Sequachy river, and were at Pikeville on the 30th of August. On the same day a large force was thrown forward toward McMinnville and Nashville from Pikeville. The rebel cavalry made an advance far towards McMinnville, and one or two smart skirmishes were had with our troops thrown forward from that point. In the meantime the rest of the rebel army was moving Northeast towards Cassville, and on the 1st of September the advance reached the mountains at Cassville, having ascended by the "Grassy Cave" road, while the force thrown toward McMin
hat all accounts from Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Maryland, represented the young men of those States ready to rise and co-operate on the advance of the Confederate armies; and that the Confederates calculated upon adding not less than one hundred and fifty thousand men to their numbers from these States, as they had furnished scarcely a regiment to the Federal army under the recent call. Incidents of the capture of Garibaldi A Turin letter to the London Daily News, dated, August 30, gives these particulars of the defeat of Garibaldi and its effect: "Garibaldi, it appears, had occupied the position of Aspromonte, but as the regiments sent in pursuit approached be abandoned it by a skillful movement, and the pursuers lost all trace of his whereabouts. Colonel Pallavicini, of whom I will speak more particularly, with a picked battalion of Bersaglieri, whom he had led to victory more than once before, divining at a glance that Garibaldi could not have gone on to a
Twenty Dollars reward. --Ran away on Saturday, August 30th, my boy Charles. He is between forty and forty-five years of age, dark mulatto, heavy set, about 160 pounds weight, five feet nine or ten inches high, and has a broken nose, which turns up, appearing somewhat like a bull dog's. He had on when he left gray pants, check shirt, a pair of Government made shoes, and a wool hat. He is supposed to be down about Rocketts. The above reward will be paid for his delivery in jail, so that I can get him. Lieut. Clinton Perry. se 2--1m* Co. E, 1st Texas Reg't.