he seat of justice of Dade county.
Reynolds and Sheridan are encamped near Trenton.
I feel better since my ride.
（Sunday.) Marched to Johnson's Crook, and bivouacked, at nightfall, at McKay's Spring, on the north side of Lookout mountain; here my advance regiment, the Forty-second Indiana, had a slight skirmish with the enemy, in which one man was wounded.
We gained the summit of Lookout mountain, and the enemy retired to the gaps on the south side.
SepLookout mountain, and the enemy retired to the gaps on the south side.
Started at four o'clock in the morning and pushed for Cooper's Gap.
Surprised a cavalry picket at the foot of the mountain, in McLemore's Cove, Chattanooga valley.
In this little affair we captured five sabers, one revolver, one carbine, one prisoner, and seriously wounded one man.
While standing on a peak of Lookout, we saw far off to the east long lines of dust trending slowly to the south, and inferred from this that Bragg had abandoned Chattanooga, and was either retiring