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greatly enlarged. Much additional ei-
nM if thus incurred by the proprietors,
without an addition to the subscription
pric of the paper. Under tho circum
stances which surround ns in the present
ituation of the country, wo hivo need
that our friends, personal and political,
should use every exertion to increase our
iulscrijtiun list.. We have by tho en
largement made room for advertisements,
and would much like for the vacuum to
be filled. Our business meu cannot do
better than to advertise in tho Union,
Our circulation is already large, when we
consider the length of timo which has
elapsed since we began the publication
of the paper, and it is rapidly increasing.
The friends of tlicGoveriinicnt can do
n(4 work which will socll'eclually tend to
restore the old and much loved order of
things in this part of tho country, as to
add to tho circulation of loyal journals
in our midst, and of these they will find
tho Nabiiyim.k Union not the least useful.
If Mr. Vabiiinoton Baiiiik is in the
city, he will please call at this office or
end us his address.
;odey for July.
We are indebted to (he publishers for
a copy of this very popular Magazine.
The number before us is one of rare
beauty, and contains much valuable mat
ter for ladies.
It fllulmia Notice.
We are requested to announce that tho
next clerical meeting at the Capitol will
be upei.sd with o crtuon ty Mkkoz Ah-
ltAOKDDoN Skedaddle Bai.dwin, from the
text, "Let us run with patience the
set before us."
Seats free, and no hat passed round 1
The Humphreys Trial.
Mayor Smith, Jacob McGavook, II. II.
II ash i hon, McKkk, and A. V. S. Linus.
ley, leave for Washington this morn
ing, having been summoned as witnesses
in the case of Judge IIi'htiihkys, who is
uu. trial for treason. Tho trial is set for
the 20th, we believe.
Ilarren lllver II rid 4 c.
We learn from Mr. Marshi:!,, tho gen
tlemanly Superintendent of the Louis
ville and Nashville. Ifailroad, that the
new Iron Bailroad Bridgo over Barren
ltiver will be completed in about three
weeks. It will he on tho sanio plan, we
beliove, as the one destroyed by tho reb
els. The road is doing a lino business.
What vandalism was that which tried to
sever this noble artery of travel and com
Til tA'liiK. Although the weather was
of a threatening aspect last evening, it
did not prevent a goodly array of visitors
assembling to witness the fine old comedy
t)f "She Sloops to Conquer," and though
the dialoeuo is not of a kind to iileasu a
promiscuous audience, the piece went oil'
Hell, and wo think will bear repeating.
J'he farce of "Box and Cox " concluded
the performance, and by the joint ef
forts of BOX, F.VKHKTT, Slid CoX, TtI.KU,
the audience went homo in tho best ot
humors. . A tremendous bill will bo of
fered on Friday night for the benefit of
IIaRhy Kvkkett, w hull a crowded house
will be tho natural consequence. Mr. F..,
though "not to tho manor born," is looked
upon here by the citi.eus as one of their
own. Give the littlo dramatic giant a
bumper. To-uijht the bill will com.
priso tho comedy of Follies of a Night,
and, first time this season, of The Slane
Struck Tailor. Between pieces will be
given us a choice specimen of his inim
We met our usually jovial friend
"Ui.cs K, of the New York lltruld, on the
street yesterday evening, and noticed
that his countenance was very serious.
On inquiring tho cause, ho told us that
he had attended the Capital l'rayrr
Meeting, aud caught religion. We sus
pect that it was the fust ministers meet
ing he had attended for a good uhilu.
He walked oil' singing a char and melo
dious alto, 9
Huff lit.tutiM' ar III. it f nt.
Who H.mmI on c.., .(..I 1 1 1 11 "
A party of Rebels called at a restau
rant in this city recently, and informed
the keeper that if he didn't quit taking
the U. ion' aud subicrihc for the label
oigau, that thry would quit patronizing
him. ISD t that inettr talk to le Fnokcu
in Nashville ? The raseals ought lo be
locked up aud fed on Kcbrl corn-t ob
cakes aud spoiled sail beef for a mouth.
A special meeting of the Board of
Aldermen and Common Council was
licld on Tuesday evening last, for the
purpose of considering an "Act regulat
ing the lle'enurs," which was passed
by both Boards.
The original bill proposed a tax upon
all property subject to taxation, for cor
poration and school purposes, of fifteen
mills, which was so amended as to levy
a tax of ten mills for corporation pur
poses, and two mills for school purposes.
In the Board of Aldermen, Alderman
Scovr.i, advocated the fifteen mills tax
for School purposes with much energy,
on the ground that the expenses could
not be brought down sufficiently to
justify a smaller per ccntage; while Al
derman Cl.AinoitNE opposed the higher
Bifm, and advocated a tax of ten mills.
Both Boards then adjourned until the
next regular meeting.
KrisaopAL Visitations to the several
Annual Conferences of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, for 1302
., IllSHOP KAVANAUOH.
Missouri Conference, Sept. 3.
Kansas Conference, Sept. 11.
St. Louis Conference. Oct. 1.
Indian Mission Conference, Oct. 212.
Arkansas Conference, Nov. !.
Western Virginia Conference, Sept. 4.
Kentucky Conference, Sept. 17.
Louisville Conference, Oct. 1.
Mississippi Conference, Nov. 19.
Alabama Conference, Dec. 3.
Tenncsseo Conference, Oct. 1.
Uolston Conference, Oct. 15.
Virginia Conference, Nov. 19.
North Carolina Conference, Dec. 3.
South Carolina Conference, Dec. 11.
IIISUOP ANDREW. '
Washita Conference, Oct. 22.
Memphis Conference, Nov. 5.
Georgia Conference, Nov. 25.
Florida Conference, Dec. 10.
Ilio Grande Conference, Oct. 22.
Texas Conference, Nov. 6.
East Texas Conference, Nov. ID.
Louisiana Conference, Dec. 10.
Newspapers in this country arc re
spectfully requested to copy.
Nashville, June, 18C2.
We learn that Secessionists of Nasb.
ville have become so demoralized that
they are absolutely attempting to mako
each other believe that, though they shall
swear in tho name of God that they will
henceforth bo loyal, they will, ncverthe
less, be under no moral obligation what
ever to respect tho oath.
All such persons should be required to
give bond, for a large amount, for the faith
ful compliance with the oath. The bond
should bo endorsed by two or three re
sponsible persons, and filed away, to
gether with the oath of allegiance. I'cr
haps they will respect their property, if
not thci- honor. Without a bond, " lot
no such man bo trusted."
Gen. 1'kttkiiiew, of South Carolina
who was taken prisoner lately, says that
if tho South is subjugated ho will go to
Kuroiic. We do not doubt it. If tho
rebel leaders fail in their attempt to es
tablish a monarchy in this country, (hay
will bo very likely to seek another whose
despotie institutions, privileged orders
and hereditary offices will bo more con
genial to their own feelings. Their do
parturo would be a blessed riddance for
tho freedom-loving citizens of America.
Gladly would we exchange the 1'ktti
(ikkws, Fi.oyhs, But KNKits and IIahhises
for an equal number of honest, iudustri
ous, law-abiding laborers who now pine
under the oppressions of monarchy.
Lost. See advertisement of a lost
Black Lace Cape. A handsome reward
will 1)0 paid for its return.
f"tiovernor Juiinsom is denounced by
tho Kelicls of the South and by tho Ab
olition Disunion clique of tho North.
This one fad should bo prima fade
proof with loyal men that his course is
" X NllUiu i n iniir.' la fil iftnl pruNo "
(Juito a number of new and loyal
merchants have recently located in this
city, and aro doing a good business. If
tho old ones continuo disloyal much
longer, they will find themselves effec
tually shelved by their more patriotic
and energetic neighbors.
Tho Charleston Mercury exclaims I
" No quarter to 1'icayune Brn.kii I" Tho
iUiury may think our 1'icayune isn't
worth a quarter, but we tell them (hut
their quarter is not worth a picayune.
The corn crops along tho Louisville
and Nashville Railroad, although late,
seem to bo iu a nourishing condition.
King Corn appears to be in lusty health.
R. B. I.ani. Kit, the rebel 1'ostmastcr at
Hopkinsvillc, Kentucky, was arrested ji
Columbia the other day and lodged in
tho penitentiary at this place.
Before Nashville and Tennessee can be
prosperous again, they must be loyal to
the I nion. Loyalty aud prosperity go
hand in hand.
It requires the unie rl nd amount
of courage to make a guerrilla that it
does to make a thief, a burglar or au aa
sussiu. We aie gratified to
Louisville aud Nashville
ing a fine business.
ad h do
Hrll(la Medina at the Capital.
Probably the first "exclusively reli
gious meeting ever held in the Capital
met there yesterday. Gov. Johnson
officiated as head chaplain, and con
ducted the meeting with ai much skill
he does political ones. In fact, he
is "gifted" in exhorting ministers. His
audienoe was serious, attentive and
mpresied. We arc not certain whether
we should call the meeting a Love
'east, a Mourner's Bench, a General As
sembly, an Association, a Conference, or
Convention. We suggest that at the
next Quarterly or Monthly meeting our
Texas Ranger be caught and mado to
"open the exercises of this solemn oc
casion with prayer, and that Armaged
don be set upon the back of his Scven
Horned Beast, to guard the door against
the intrusion of uncircumcised l'hilis
tines. A choir is greatly needed to open
worship with some such hymn as,
" 'Ti a point I long to know,
Ofl it causes anxious thought,
Sin II we title llit oath or no.
Llold our sea's or go to pot?'
Or this :
" Comn let us ani w
Our j junicy puriue."
" The d ty of wrath, that awful d iv !''
" Hut, Oh ! the Rebel's awful end,
Thy suiiclunxy tauiiht mo so,
On slippery rocks I see them stand,
While fiery billows roll I), low I"
Every few days some villain of a rebel
editor starts a report that Gov. Johnson
has been assassinated. Tho wish is
father to the thought undoubtedly. The
fellows whooriginaUs these reports would
murder a man for the sake of picking his
pockets of half-a-dollar. They are
dangerous after dark or behind your
We notice several handsome brick ed-
iGces, at various stages of progress, in
different parts of tho city. Loyalty will
beget enterprise and bring us population,
and these will soon make Nashville ring
again with the click of the trowel and
the stroke of tho hammer.
What folly it is for tho half-starved
rebels, who aro living on dodgers mado
of meal ground in a Corn Crusher,
to persist in acknowledging King Cotton.
Why don't they exile the old dotard and
aclinowlcilye the Curnf
Ho who is not willing to sacrifice
everything, save the glorious institution
of freo government, to save the Union, is
at heart a traitor.
It is an error to call one who annexes
conditions to his Unionism a conditional
Uniouist. A conditional Union man is
in fact a conditional traitor.
Down South a rebellion is on foot. It
lately fancied itself on horseback. Lou,
Like other beggars when placed on
horseback, it is galloping to tho Devil.
j A correspondent of the Boston Fast
England's policy in regard to tho re
bcllion has caused great indignation in
tho United States, and the policy of her
t-iovernment is perhaps, condemned as
severely by the rebels as by us. After
all, has nut England been true to her own
interests? Her aristocracy and the gov
erning classes have long been very jealous
ot tho growth ol tho I niteil Mates as i
political, commercial and maritime pow
er. The success of republican institu
tions was slowly undermining her feu
dal aristocracy and diminishing tho
power and privileges of her nobility.
This will account tor tho sympathy and
aid indirectly, and strangely, given to
the rebels m order to destroy and lireak
up our Government, and thus prove to
the world that republican institutions
were failures, and check the democratic
spirit which has kept them uneasy of
late years, not. only at home, but in re
gard to all her colonial possessions. But
take tho hngush as a nation of "shop
kenirrs" aro they not Iruo to their in
Blinds? The rebellion may have caused
some distress in tho manufacturing dis
tricts, but tho manufacturers have reaped
fortunes on tho rise of cotton and goods,
ana breaking the blockade a year ago
would have ruined them. They have the
North for customers, and cotton aud freo
trade naturally lead them to sympathize
with the South; but their policy, and that
of tho Times, has been, and now is, to
keep up the idea of a prolonged couth
iu order to stimulate the production and
shipment of cotton from other parts of
tho word. As a nation, for political
reasons, and to dethrone "King Cotton"
in the United States, it is for her inter
est, at all events, to keen up tho idea.
India and elsewhere, that the struggl
will ho a protracted one. hat has lie
come of "Do How, pr,.f ri,f imlitim
tcoivtny in tle I'nU'crsity f Iui.iiuut '
KiNil Co US
Maryland as a. S tat k in hie Union
Oit Saturday tho bids for the Mary Ian
Defence Loan wero opened at Aiiuapolit
1 he amount to bo aw arded was two hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars; the
amount for which bids were made was
nearly two and a half millions of dol
lars! No bid was made under par, and
they ran up to neany two aud a half pt
cent, premium. To obtaiu tho amount
asked for, it was not necessary to acceii
any bid under two per cent, premium.
What a contrast does this present tu the
Maryland of one year ao! How proud
ly such tacts compare with the prostrat
ed credit and the financial ruiu of her
Southern sisters ! Aud how eloquently
they assure her citizens that they chose
"the better part," when they rejected
the traitors who conspired to pluiqje her
into the dark gulf of dcao'.atiuii, which
overwhelms the empire of Rebellion.
f ifhJiU Inciter.
DtAtii ok Ji ix.k lioswoiiru nf Riions
Im.anii. lion. Alfred R.iaworlh, one of
the Associate Judges of the Supremo
Court of Rhode Island, died at bill resi
dence iu Warren, ou Tuesday, ot a pul
monary disease, which had for several
UKintha threaUued a fatal result, lie
w as tilly years of ae. JJ.! I'ui.uv'.
A Visit to the llallle Held of
"na norrini orrnra.
The correspondent of the New York
Express, from Fair Oak Station, June
C th inst., writes as follows :
I paid a visit to the battle field of
Saturday and Sunday, called by tome
the "Battle of the "Seven Fines," this
morning. The camp of Casey's division
presented a sight which an artist might
envy, and yet one of desolation. All
around lay charred ruins, clothing, guns,
cartridge boxes, vVc , the property main
ly of our own troops. The whole camp
was just as level as the Russ pavement on
Broadway. Here was where the enemy
first made their appearance on Saturday,
and where they so badly drove back our
men. A little further on is a piece of
woods, and by walking through water
and mud knoe deep, one is enabled to in
vestigate its contents. Tho bark of
nearly every tree is peeled off towards
the roots, the rillo balls and canister
fired into the forest by our men, having
taking down tho trees about as lively as
they did rebels. Letters, guns by tho
dozen, both Secesh and Union, clothing
enough to start half of Chatham street
in business, new-made graves, yet un
buricd bodies, and all the minor indi
cations of battle and death, form one of
the saddest scenes ever witnessed on the
Virginia Peninsula. In a swamp we
lounu eight bodies or Alabamians close
together, and in such a stato of decom
position that hardly a man saw them
without turning away his head. Their
clothes wero on, but the bodies were so
swollen, that they fitted as tight as tho
skin itself. In several eases tho tleBh
had already been eaten oil'-by vermin
and tho head and the Bkull lay bare. It
was a disgusting scene, which some peo
ple might have seen with profit. But it
ought to bo added, that our people are
burying tho dead just as fast ns ttiey con
reach tho remains.
I saw one body, which was evidently
that of a rebel officer. His clothing was
rather better than that of tho largo ma
jority wo saw, and other indications of
rank wero numerous. Ho lay concealed
behind some brush, and had evidently
been wounded, sought its shelter and
there died. The limbs wero contracted,
but on tho face there seemed to rest a
placid smile. One hand held on to a
fence rail near by, while the other was
extended upon the earth. Like all the
rest, the body was swollen to twico its
natural size, and millions of vermin were
fast devouring it. Calling some scouts,
a grave was dug, and tho decaying flesh
was consigned to its lust resting placo.
Another body was found sitting on the
ground tho back braced against a fence.
ilio skin was peeling off tho hands, and
hung down from tho fingers in Bhrods.
Ono hand rested on the musket, whoso
contents had been discharged. Tho head
drooped to ono side, and tho teat urea
wero fearfully contracted, evidencing a
dying strugglo of a most painful naturo.
In his vest pocket there was a piece of
paper, and curiosity prompted nic to read
lliere was some Buribbhnz upon it.
the distinguishing words being " Eighth
Ala. will never yield." "No, sir, never."
lhen some poetical lines, of which amid
the blood and dirt, I succeeded in deci
phering the following:
' miHi we die upuu 11 a Held ?
' I .n prove Hint leTur will we yleM,
'Twill uliaw tlie f lhl il a tl nil,
WuM pour, fr Mnuthrrn rvtii, our blool "
Below this were these words :
"The woman who wroto that a South
ern man ought to marry j a Northern ono
she would spflfu."
A curiosity-seeker might have collect-
11 I I '.I i "
u a ouHiici ui letters, in inosc woous so
full of horrors, but 1 had not tho heart
for tho task.
To show how desperate was the strug
glo in the heavy woods between Casey's
and Ward's camp, 1 have spoken of the
bullet marks upon the trees, of tho dead
and of their ellecta, everywhere seen.
Another indication was tho clothing, yet
hanging upon low tree brandies, lences
and lying upon the ground. An ollicer
engaged in tho battle tells me that when
we pursued, on Sunday, the retreating
rebels to tho woods through which, on
Saturday, they drove us, a desperate en
Hundreds of men, on both sides, threw
off all their superfluous clothing and went
in, as we wero told tho Goth did al Bull
Run, stripped almost to the waist. Those
who had the opportunity, placed their
coats whero they would be preserved ;
others with no time for that, threw them
on tho ground, aud lost (hem with their
lives. illun a space of two acres there
are ungathered arms enough to supply
a New York militia regiment. In that
small space nearly six hundred men
were sent to their long account
At Casey s old tamp there wero no
human bodies, as there it was an easy
matter to diupimn of them immediately
alter tho light, lint hundreds ol horses,
torn by shot and shell, lay a'.l around
tho carcasses emitting a pestilential
stench. On !-unday when we were again
in possession of (his field, men and an
iuals lay close together.
"l.l.lcr anil nt i-it hi one r t I bunitl li ei.l
The animals arc now being luirncd, as
that is ilio only way in which they can
be disposed of, aud tho horrid ellluvia
removed from its close contaet with our
camp. L iMui approaching this spot,
requires considerable effort to lead a man
to walk up to it, the reeking odor
being so offensive. To-morrow its con
ditiou will be favorable enough for re-oc
cupation. In a direct railroad lino from
this camp to Richmond it is just seven
miles. "Fair Oak is the name of tho sta
tion. A building near the switch is now
used as a hospital, mainly for the rebel
wounded, and right opposite are tho
headquarters of Gen. Meagher aud his
Speaking of (he hospital at this sta
tion, reminds mo (hat our men yet find
wounded rebels iu (he woods. Yester
day, two or three wero discovered under
some brush. One had a leg amputated
just below (ho knee, by a rebel doctor,
who is with his companions; another had
a foot taken oil', and yet another an arm.
Without conveniences, fur proper treat
ment, the operation seemed very harsh.
The sutlercfs were atcd upon a barrel,
and held by a couple of uien, submitted
to the painful treatment. All around
wero (ho amputated parts, and pools of
blood. Seated against a tree near by,
was a rebel soldier, well clad in a suit of
Confederate gray, with a bullet hole in
The missile had passed in on tiie side
aud comeout upon the other. His face was
besmeared with clotted gore, and owing
(o long neglec t, lho l vderals had just
found hiui, it was imixiHbiblo for hun to
articulafe. Tho very picture of misery,
this unfortunate man Nut propped against
a tree, awaiting his turn for treatment.
Ou bUnkcU ucar by, were half a doge n
w ho had died during (he sc.rgic.tl ope
ration. Olh'TS, pale ami weak, looked
(round Ihein, w Hh a half frightened gate,
w itnei-sing the work of their surgeons.
Doens of our own men were at hand,
and iu silence saw the file, whnh yet
aw aits bo many. All these horrors of
war, one wants to see but hm.
CoMHt'SION An PltolitTK M KRCll 1T,
No. 6. col.I.Ki.I nr., NA.-IIV.I.I.K.
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MONDAY, JVSK 182.
Orltl, That thtl Ilinh Court ot Impprvtimont
Ht.mdi attjiturnod until Uic 'iOlh t!iy of June, littant.
at twulv o'cl'H'.k, iiioruliuti ; at d an tho iall Witrr
11. lit Mt'iiitkYH 1ih4 fui Ifil t mtike tun ai-iK-iranc
to miftu r the Bin! A't'c!t'Kf Iinptadiiiicnt, though
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(uiMirhinn lliirt mliT in thv Natirnul Intelhui in
N'ntii hal Ki puMicm, iitut livsniM Star, iM Wspajafii
printt J in ttL City of W:iihln;tuo , for at least tn
ilujfi, tticr?: hivi-ly, h'-lir Hth day 'of Juno,
iii-t;int, :ui'l u!ro in th N'u hvillii V n ion , n wmiMT
pniiii't u tl.f fiiy if Naihviilo, Id the Hi ate of
Ti-niit'hstf , I r at W.it-t (U t twvcral tuy h for h:ikI
'.'0;h i ay I June, tu-t iut,
Att.Kl J. W KoRN'rY,
JtiiK'l o -11 Si-t:utuy tf the S'l.-ite.
I H ) s i i: V T I' s
Iiik Namimiik I'mon w.is (-.luiiui'iiioil u I'.-w weeks
ilnri., Tor tin jiurioK,i of oii,-siii (li(. U- bi'l Southern
I'l'ilTi i, i it,-y , sn.l of a.lv.H alius Ilio tti.t .ration of
Fi-,, r il iiuth, irliy, without any shutpiii.'iit, i-vr all
llo' Slut, w Inch hii i HtlOllit.. to Hi-4-r-il". It tlohll
an ftiiti,li nil who ioiii.irl, ami s fmi nil whoo!!!...!!.
tin' I'll, jfjtt lh" Hlnli s It h is no wiltvhvi oril hut
Kk.kou a.nii NilTI.IN tl ITV.
V th ri'lo In un.l truilo Lm Ho r .uilTi-inian Hi
mik,! lie. ol, n : lor lh.. l,,l r,l ( olil,ih,,n uu,l
ilio l,:iw iiioIh iu , mrni i'ii llnTiiif ud llo.. Si i ki:hs
l.iw or tiik Lino, fti.ylhtin; In the (.'oiil.toliuti un.l
l.ivvaofuuy of tin- S,i!,'K o the c.iiilrnry uutviitli.
It I'uiiti'inla for the I'm, ii of th .-li.t.n, Lc, ,m-
w, tin, ul it the ir'rrvnlliu of our Mlu'itim an I iiinti
lull. ins uuil I'io urittLizntiou of sotiity itmlf sro
wh-.uy tiiij'oB-..bli.. TIuti'Ioii., wI.hu-vit sun's in
tin- si.y of rriisliiiis out tin. nhflhiu sinl r.-Htor,ni:
thi- t'ni u iiiuil iM.rihh, no ui.itti r l.y ahst l.uute it he
To thn ,is,j,U. of T.'niionKi's, rvi-r r-n w lu-il for iln-tr
ik-votiou to l.iliorty sinl t'uiou., until Ihy wrc ho
trtyi'.l to thf ri'I'i I il-'iilhui ul Itirhiiu.iiJ liy a p-T
ilium invi-vi,.,r nii'l corriiiit 1 lyl-lntnio, su'l H ho
lmM h it so li- ti v i ly lh,i awltil rurdc of tossou siol
anarchy, vie urinal for suiforl. lt Iho nuno-K of
irlii'l i.-fll. . h ,1,1,'t'K, V iy;Uiiro 1 Vinliiitli-i-H, on, I Miuult.
M,n, viliu lour hit, ,1 our hor.l -iH w;tli mouri,iiiC,
g ihlii-lti-il lu-rore tin Worl.l. lt th,iM aiiihllloit aud
uvsn m nii'U ho liuvo ,l. tt.'-l uur nun lor Ihilr
oun ui;iatiiliX' ni,-M I,.- hiMlrioil t. thn .il)ory of
sI.niiii-, no u.uitur h,.w hih ihi-ir ..is,li n m m o-iy.
ly t It ho slioMll hiw the so ffcl)U,,l ill-loluh-is of
.-S.uiIhtq it'shu" are now li-s.iUig tnursinl'iin bumti
of Iron ho-jtors aud in, iroo,i-rs ovir our Ht.itt;, Itul.
nil t',K u ro-rf, al(-:ihii' h.irHrM au.l e.iUl,, bi-ukiij
Into h-iiuti, huiiiii,c ri4,lr.,al hii.li,.a u-l hu'I
ni.ir.l, ruin iiitn...,l t in. lurull l,l,l Ul tl,,.
liuth !.,( tv'""i-.l hy I' ' o .llvru r nisii'r.ili.rs,
l...w r iri-.i'.it,. fiw'y throi fc-h i-v,t) u,l,h rh, ol ,
aci) our . aoii. I I ,,, rrli.r lri iti,,h V, ,11 i,.,l li ) si
no n evi,r vthori- a,. I uh Iu tin, ill a, imniili.-u of u, u
D I I lie s.l v "i -o ) ol 1 1 e l.oi to inn. ul F
Terms of Eulscriptioni in Far Fundi.
INnly I n ion , n ,iile ro,iy , p -r siiiimw, $i (i
, u mle ro,iv,
cliii, ol l.-u
l -r suiiMei,
i uli . . ... .
If, smiiii. i ..iy.
i . o
a. out,, o. j.v
t o, I a ol o n , iu, h .
iiiuil Ink vi ly Mioiti ,1 nmiiiior of I'oat i,fl,r, at
pna.'nt in lei.ii.a.'.., we lav.- not y, l h.i n el! to
ooloineiie tl.e Tn wekly aid Wnkly ia ,.e. We
w.,1 taeue a Tn a m a ly when we have live hun,!iet,
ai,4 tl. Wiek y lo u wa haio a solx rl
9jXH coii.m in i, an. a uu hoi in. aa with the (Mil a,
w II he aO lrwa.il lo th, ft iiii. illhs ut llir I'MoS',
aL, i4ll ootiou jai. ai:"i,a to tl." kliu.r will h.- ail Ir.-rf
lo S ( Mf 1.1 I It
-,i, la ,il ,:, ,!.! k oj
K i:.i- f i, K ,.L or it K Vi.1,,
i, I ,,ni ,0 T i.i,, r;- ( ,r lu .i.ll a I"
i A' r. l ui to al 1 v. rr ,.f lo. ,i
- Il,a,l,.t,,k, ai-.l II,.- t.., -lui.a .'I
I) 1. U',
:it ti -U...I
K.n.e ;i I, , I, y
iu, ii,liy wi 1 l.. r Ir. r
tt, l a,, a w ,1: fun,..
I, t'.f ' m I IU I n, l rt.li'L-
ie'UI Telegram to Nonhvllle Union. 1
Orleans Quiet No
Fever in the City.
of America Resumed 8pecie
Louisiana Brigade Badly Cut Up.
Oen Bntler and Pierre Soule
Arrived in NewTTork.
L.ovrsTii.i.K, Juos IS. The New Orlrsus
rteyua4 di Dies the report that Yellow Ferer
Is reIonl there. Tbt Bunk of America,
h n'mrnt'd ppecle payment. City (jnlet.
TnosT Kutal, Va., June 18 ETerythlDK
qolet. No signs ol the enemy. Our p'ekuis
have ln'CD tringihoiiiJ along lbs line ol the
Phonandoah. Ht-av firing Ut tillil In
Lurny Vslley, ioito Mount J-toknon.
Onicors think Stonewall Jsckson overtiink
Ohd. Shiolds' rear guard. Fremont's front
resti'd on Mount Jnck-on. No daneer Is ap-
pn-hf tuli'd lium nn attack in force on either
I.leuL Murphry, prisoner from the Ninth
Louisiana, rcporla their briKudc badly cut
up by Geo. Millroy.
New Voiik, June 18. Mrs. Oenoral I!ni
Ier and rietrc Soule, tho Utter a prisoner,
liao srriveil lure.
Wasiiinoton, Junu 17.
Tli; liync .burn (Va.) Ri piililicnn ol (ho
9tb Contains nn editorial predicated on
the siH'em. nt4 ol an lCnitlixti dia rii r
Irmii Kind's Divii.,u. in which it is said (he
seces'imiirts of Fri -dei itksburn are most
coiilempluous Iu their conduct towards our
Hin Ihu ladies are especially vloli ut In
tlieiri n null inn conduct, and I hut frequent
threats or ,un;sliliiK them ure made by
Federal otlloi r.
The Ki pulilicaii suys tliat two more un
mitigated fcoiindri ls lhan Andrew Johnson
and Geneml Itullur never lived, and Ibat
tiioy deserve de.ilh by any menus. The ed
itor thinks and he supposes that some one
has before this, In the spirit or thn m.lile
Jackson, the murderer of Ellsworth, sent the
villains to ihuir lonn account.
IlKAlHjl'AKTKRS lUSTRR'T (K TI1K OHIO,
Noshvllls, Juno IM, lifi. j
Mpeclal Ordera No. 75.
II. CoI.Stam.ky Matiikws, M4 Ohio Vol
untccrs, 1'rovost Mnrsb.il of Nashville, Is
directed to send a detachment of men uudur
:i couiniisiioiii il ofllciT to tho depot ol the
Li.nisviUe and Nashville Kailroad, iu this
city, before the departure of every train on
sld Ituilrosd, lo exitmlno tho cars and see
Ibsl no r Ulcer or soldier leaves the city for
Coiilsville, without permission from these
An oflicer will be required io show a writ
ten order or leave of abseuos, aud non-com
mlssioued officers and privates will be re
quired to show a written order or furlough
from these Headquarters, or a " disohsrgu,"
sinned by tirig. (Jen. E. Di:mt.r, V. R. Vol
unteers, or by tbe comumuding oflicer of bis
regiment or battery.
In no case will a lion coiuinimlonid oflicor
or piivulu bo allowed to take the cars with
his in nm and tqulpments unless lie produces
a writti u authoiity for so doiiK Irom these
lty command ol Mjor-Guneral Di ki L.
(Siin (i) o. d. gri;i:ni:, a a. g.
Ofllciul llesur Stonk, A A. A. G.
June 13 lw.
llratd-uartrra lllatrlrt of the h lo. i
(iAMIVIl.l.K, May 7, lHoi.
Co1.Stasi.i t Matheih, rnjvuxt MuraJtul
Kashville, Tennessee :
Colonel,: The General Commanding
has been rclialjly iu formed that certain
houses in (his city which have been Ink-,
en possession of by the Militury author
ities, are now occupied by olllcers who
were not authorized to so occupy them
by competent authority,
He directs uie to call your attention to
tho fuel, and instructs you to take the
necessary steps to causo the houses to bo
vacated at once,
Ollieers perfumiing SUIT duties in the
city, Surgeons iu charge or Hospitals, and
the olllcers of (he l'rovost Guard aro
alone allowed to live in quarters. Sur
geons of Hospitals must live in their
Hospitals or in their immediate vicinity.
Ollieers of tho l'rovost Guard, except Hie
l'rovost Marshal, must have their quarters
in Ilio building occupml by tho Trovosl
Guard, or in the vmnedUtte vicinity,
You, will at oni o report all violations
of these instructions to these llead-Quar-lers.
Authority (o occupy houses possessed
in the nauio of and for tho United States
will in future issue from theso Head
1 am sir, very respectfully, Ac,
(Signed) O. I). GICKKNK, A. A. G.
leniiriiee Tloney Wanted In Ki
f l nil ne, lor it 1 1 II iter y ode Ml
Stale Hank . - C7
l'lauteis' and I'nion 77
I.ams Mi ni iirv have just received
a fresh lot of TriiinnitiK, and ISonnet Hih
buns, lluclies, I.aees, Flowers, Childrrii's,
Misses, and I.adii a' Hats, Tnglish Split,
Colmri; and Tulip Hraid lionnets, hesides
agential assorluieii( of Millinery (joods,
ulnrli they oiler to the tuule. at a small
advance, lading Tennessee funds at the
liberal terms mentioned. ' would ad
vise the Milliners and MerclisjiU tu give
them an early call. TLey keep at No.
IU, l'uhlie. Square ICallioun's Old KtoreJ.
June li tf
Koots and Shoe.
W' han e uow fcod stiil lkv0 during Hi tuur t
krtnl w.-il -rll iUrJC ol WhiT aal hH.
f r aai" al ti4 ciwb rw.
iuf in. (iaf aail.
I It ll.'Hl : ialul
lAfl' lor Hialn, .
II ,nii. r.Auuao.a teruit, o l.i "!
V.i II, ,,f I ; ll.. I . ne.al. "ft' J
A;, i, i, ai, la w ill a.lltrya ' W-l No TJil
I liy '..! I. lh. . JuuelSlw
ROBERT LMAITLAMU u
General Commission Itfcroh;!!.:.
63 and ftfl, Beaver i!rt, m.J S3 r
l it-v York.
iinia W mi. nr. J
Uj t, IStiS. r, .
Exchange and Banking OiTice.
rM!IC ouilTe hiiinI bsve oiei.-.l anil!,,,, ni i fi,
A I Wis tict,(M roll. mi' llti.k tl nM s.l i..
bi) sn.l ei'll l,ham, iM sn filler. I n.'.in mi
H in k Ni.O-s. soil ll.iroliiiii'iiiii n I"."."."
thUclty proiiM tly ait-i.tK.i lo ,
NsflliTilld, June IS, Srt2 !iw.
Engines and Boilcri for Sal.
Int-KKK F.IH SAI.K (h Injmrs tnS Itillri -I !ho
Hisaniors Jam,. Wisvl- ami J.iln'-s .l"li'ti
now lie at th Nashvil'.s Wh.rl. Toi-re r. a wn
VS roi't Inns 4 iri.-'oe, ami h.il. r 1 fes lm 4'i
Itictira, all maiti f I ninhorlatiij amt lfni.'iaf II
B.oh r Iron, of lh ' ke-t mmilir Too Kmi" "
two if.1 In. '" rylliil, r Iu f;"t eitotie, ncul n. .. in. li
ryiiners f fe. t au-.-!;,-. with ai.utia, S-ioi.'.'m- o'
I a'ai oR. r t. s,a en ilimr. enmli-wa ano In n
of aol talnbNila, and a Ure lot ol Iron, M , , 1 ','
fn- rteatulioa! or oth.T pil-i., no, li a I' ' i i '.
rtlimurva an. I elov.s T. IMM A,
Junu is-hu N". Wai k'i (
Subsistence titorcs for ;ib.
(II I1CK OF A(TIMI l1MMIS--tRY hi' lt-1 -o l m i ,
jriivtujt, Tbx., June In n, 1--,
Y OitliKK of Co'nuian.llin (1 ral uf I'fln I .1
the (line, I will eiu, to PulOic s.io, si uu
More hoiHie of the ISMtini ColnlnlBNary , i'oi i,..i ll,i I
n.l nilla Mtrela. . rUUliA V. .H'N -'I' l l "
at 10 a'r.nK'k, AM., the follow inn Sul it. to M,.i.,
(0 u.h'inueil I v ir :
ONIC (1) lltHIIKI, ronttlntnir. one hnn-lf, , jii,1
sitiy.nlne (ICS) jiuuuiU ol Kli'K, ilnaiR, : i ,
ilKTV-ONIC (M) IIAUUKI., rtwUlntnc ! i t ...
in.l lime huu.lieil ami ninety-nine (lo )
x.aiiils of HOMINY, dniriK,l l y iouuM. '
ALSO, . ,
the followlm Arth'los, i-ijiluri'il ft-om the fi "
rehels la sraia airHinal thi II- S. (levrniiirin. . vie
NK LOT UK
1111. 1, IU .-.M il, ruiiuiioi I i i I'Hiy
'I "en (S) II l Vs routii'i.lni- three hua tti'l o, ,
1 twenty (J.ui Kii;mle ol llnl'H.
THM-'ll at lline of lie, ref uto tn 1 uiiwl
SUlis Tloaiu y Nolis. t'HaKI t.i AI.I KN,
Juni'll 1,1- 1st Lieut, lint Ohla Vols., auU A . S.
Proposals for Fresh Beef,
CliNtOSSAKY'S (rmi. 1
Nlilniui, luau., June 14. l-,i.i
SCAI KI) I'KOI'OSAK will be rmnvo.l at mv . 'll.a,
until ISn'oloik, M .Salilnlay, June VI, l-.i.j, I t
liirnlahlnK the PlMt.-d Slates lrooai iorYtnij In ' Tim
hutrs-tnl the Ohio,'' aoulli ul the Oluv rivor, with ;
r'reau ll.-el for ttirei luouihs, uoiiiin. n, iu Juij 1,
anl emlins pVntmuhvr BO, 1 2 1
lbs m r must ha Sr't i iallty, ami from to ra
we,thinK not h' than IKHI nmi ,la khms. lo he iln- .
livareit at the ramps In eiia! proportion ef fun anil
hlljil quarters ( ueok and sbank' ex.'lu.lertl in auoll
quantities as aiay lie from t rae to tone rronriHi.
Ks.'h protH-aal moat he aoi-onipuiiU'il hy the niines
ami resiliences ol two tunties, ho ar.i lu.livl.l.uihv
reiiuirnil lo he worth iu prop- rlj Uie value of I'iVow
I'riipiasla will na ruilorairl " rioala lor rnali
llei f," ami ilinrlej to
Cit K, MACKKKKY,
j 17-1, 1 Cum. Bull. , I', tt. A., Nashville, leun. ,
TO ICE CONSUMERS!
Wn are selling
Puro Livlcc Leo
ATSCTrl. VKH I.B. IN SOI'TIIKUN H N'H.-t; I rent
,r pounil h-s tiau the o s,, Monop ily I i.iot." t'ur
IH'IMit la In Die (Aiiloiuita It ilhlind, on ( hen v aireel.
June 17 U" (i. II. SMliil kUI.
ami for sal hy
VI Joifu Lh lie hi k N. 1it ts'd.
i i , ihr i'0 - i .
yMi p. ti ki Au f nn, v'B tl.
tV ' ftKtlr-h ' '
ftO U"ii(i Mt-hi'H vi iuli-. Mm if
SO frftfH f iH d AK1I llJltoliH 14
V( dm. isi Lit uuil Itiii k I'MrKH. "
86,000 Sllv.-r p!.t1 MiMiliit hikI Kyt, In loxr.
iu grogfl t'n niri i.imonn,
Will) au tittm-nl of l.inu IWM'k. Htttr Ftflta
Fancy and I'uim lcaf Fmu, i'citi-try , 4.
ICE! ICE U ICE Ml
OV Al ArTKR THIS PATr1, llt
WILL t-KI.1. II ( AI
Jr. per iuiiiul fur Nimihrrii I'm re try ,
0 till 2C. for SjMI.il) l Ullila,
Naahvllla, June t'.li, liiii II
- li s: v i itooK
,1'lisi CJdlitllnn llVtillon.
Vl .ISMKI) by ('Mil. Iiti, of I'tiiui'Kiruu, Ju-t
tittMifso iti'i lor ntift hi
HO. ri,II IMIIMIIVI II(
jiiiiait'iw 'oM(i iniin-M' tai -
Houscbold JL KItfhni Funihurf,
A'V j IT (TV Hi N.
OS W 'MINK-HAY, June Mlh, I w ll soil al ,l.l
an, i on to the 1,1,,1,,-t i, l, ir, I. rial,, a ur,a
lot ol llul -Hlul II 11 'KMTIT.R. .ii.l.f ilia l .i ..r
ati'l ll,.. T""ii luiuliurahi c ttai aio lom,,a r m.iii
,auJ kltcien ITurii.tiira , iikm.1 h y.U ta l.i t'.rol lato
or-li-r. A ao. ' i U' I ml, KMltil.S, lOiaa, elo , a't al.
innet every am. ,o o"a,l I'V I, (,,, a' ft. A.ao, olol
Hi,ae.. o,'S iaa an.t .ae Nrp, Mi.u.r
Male to tae t, a, e at lev revi.li o 'f, , Hi V nil
Oill- si' B rvet Olyil to OOTu.oeii, at u o' I, ,'h , A . M
K A. li.tis.u W A V , I i,, ur,i
T VT lltRvu, Amiloieoi j ..... 1 i.l
To Kt't'iMis f Tli,Il.i 1 1 on u
oTII'li II hereby slvi'ii, that Ika Ata.'w '
l,ai ,uj '
... ...ini. .., mU, fHtti?. m
Itru trl, DolRlt-! t ,i i.l ' i 't r iiy , t m .
f T v I u H' st'"'. 'f Mnry ' i. 'Mill :-ft i (
alMHjl la or t yvira :. at.i t -k I
i a iwur I .
I) llliS.ll oV- ' a. It
ti Ik, l f
H I , aa 1 1 istf Ia a-. I A w. t
pfutfty. kittl U44Ufa(ka I."
OP I'avl.laon f'ouiitf , Trim., Juue Y. "..r.
r, man bmt r.l.'JA'li aaya Se i, .
I r v in H -ox -i-, of MMnrv ( vunty, T. iiu I al.,ii at or
yeara o' : wa Hi.a ao.iut luU or laa rona ta ; i r- l r
in. hea blah ; ofci'iier tol.,1 ainall a.er to. wr t i I
of rlnht . ya
1Um owuer la riem ateil as rriue f.iam.1, tn,ka
aroiairly, aud nay ht"', aa the law ol. , ,.
i Hi N'luN,
Jumt-t IhrrlfTaal Jilor of 1 C
(.ou riior of Staff or Tn;irfiff,
To all who tihall aoi
thorti Pre.yjnts Orc ti:: :
U;lllKHy, Il ha l.,yn , ... ows u
tliat a eerunn Whi.bim ll,.ar ei.mtr4 wnb
kav.r , .loin jiu.1 a Soil u1 Untii ri Wi lli. I t
on Ihe leih J.f of M !,,! i',.
IVyl..o ('. ( ..ill. UU of our U.oi,,r ,.1 jie"'
ft- I fi.-ni t'.Mti j ,i ti. a a oil ! now r -in. -N,,,
TIISr-KleK. i, M J,. I
aa af 'Mai.il. hy virtu. . ,. t4v poeur (
ia vnt i . du heretr r a
i. n. rn or h r..,,: wilt) B (
V tf mi lUtwr -I - 1 1 v r 1,
M "f I C tf ul S(.,Mi - .
It' a U (tr'm I mi h.4ft..?
Iv ifiisl- sy ,r '
Ulll BM1 J liJ. I hu i
ill-, lit 3.04 u
til lata OutKH I