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H'USDAY MORNING, JUNK 2C,
I 7 7
ATIONAL ANMVEIISAHY !
elebration of the 4th of July, 18G2,
AT Till) STATIC CAPITOL!
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'ami- M r NAiin.NKAit Nash vh.i.k, Tksn.,
:'litar oftht Xuslivillf Union:
In a .'ilalciiHiit made by me in to-d.iy'
muo of your imer, in refrrcni' to llic
i'8iration of the uravrs of I'nion sid-
irrs t ri'Hiiklin, Ti'im., a tyi(if;iailiirnl
irur occurred in which I was rcircHi'iitii
t say, " livo men then soililcil over." It
,aj wrilli'ii, "two in-rr then Budilid
vcr," incaiiin lliat two n'avci and only
wo were that day sodded. 1'iiit nil were
, rounded up and ul in coiiilitinii lor
ml. linj;" tiu'n. I!enei tfully,
Serjeant-Major O'.Mh l!ef;iiiient.
Thkathi: Last night's ierfiirininice
i hew a line house, and il Kiv,'s "s Kr,,'lt
j, ileaauro to ohservo an increiiHinj; desin
I limn thu part of the Public to encinirai
j he worthy Knights of the Sock and
' uiskin, who arc using tiieir inmost en
deavors to merit the same, family Jars
' nude a decided hit, and Mrs. Hr.ns ai.h
is liinnv I.MiBinAN fully 8uslinpd her
irevious reimlatiou. Weaver as Uri.rll
ivas excellent no matter what part this
;elitleman atleuipls, is Mire, to make a
leatuifi of it f.vwarri' as "UipRory" was
very funny, none of your low bulloonery
xi in sometimes the ease, but a uriiuine
i"iiit ,.f neat low comedy minus the vul
garity. Tu.i.k M roitt'Ki.AiN gave us a
choice representation of the nervous old
man. We hope the mauai iniMit will n i v
us this farct often its sure to draw.
; To-nighl "Soldier's liauyhter" and "Irish
; llussa.'' fiiday extra attractions for
(tliolicnellt of Cl.Al'i'K II AMIl.ToS, hen
the bill of the reason will be oU'eiud
Hl'.Al'vl'AliVlt.s I'. S. font I , I
N asiivii. i.k, . I line Hi'''.'.
;enrral linler . 10.
No footman will be allowed to cross
the liuilroad lii'itlj;e, over the I'mnlu i Und
liivrr at this city, e vept Holdicm on du-
t y. Hy order of
lieu f . IH'MuNT, I'lUiniiaiMliii;;.
Y I'ltAHI-.N, A. A. 11.
Within the past bw days a cmiili i -alile
number of persons who have lueii
Ui tive and some of tin in leading 'i ces
aionists have taken the oalli of allegiance
to the I'edcial (iovernnient. The cause
moves gradually and mitcly onard i ti n
ill Nashville. I ri us be ptttielit, h"pe
1 ill and iinlii iii'-
ItrkinvAiiii. We are pleased to hie
that Jo. Win n has iv-!ittcd and other
wise improved bis ,s,'i,i Si. on
I'nioii alrret, No. He is now pu
pated to do ail iNti iinive biinini ns in 111-
line. Ho tluttei hnnselt that there is
not a niore eniutoi tahl y arranged estab
lishinent of the kind in tint city, and
would be pleased In have the patroiiui'e
uf all bis old cul"iiii'i s cuiitiiiiied, and
solicit a call IVoin htran.iH and the
public generally- June J-lw.
ST. CECILIA'S EXHIBITION
The firat Annual Eihibition of the
I'upila at St. Cecilia's female Academy
took plaeu in their new Hall, Mount Ver
non, on Tuesday evening, the
utmost satisfaction to a large and fash
ionable audience, comprising many dis
tinguished stranger and several of our
brst families, f.arly in the day nearly
every hark in the) city was engaged, and
the fmnfl.i tarried out large numbers, be
ing crowded almost every trip from 4
until 7 r. m. Long before the hour ap
pointed for the commencement of the. en
tertainments, large numbers of the pa
rents and friends of the pupils were in
(he hall, or strolling around the beautiful
grounds, and at half pa-.t 5 o'clock the
hall was filled comfortably. But still
they came, until standing room could not
be obtained for all (he visitors. Yet all
conducted themselves with the utmost
decorum, and nothing occurred during (he
seven hours to mar the general enjoyment
The llight lie?. Hishop is indebted to
many friends in town for generous favors
in assisting to make all things complete;
indeed all sect 1 to vie with each other
in rendering Tuesday a gala day and
night to all our citizens, and hundreds
unable to procure conveyance to town,
reached home on foot in perfect safety,
after midnight, for which the thanks of
(he community arc due (ho 1'rovost Mar
shal, wlw gave special instructions lo the
guard to see that none going to, or return
ing from, the Exhibition should be mo
lested. The ball was elegantly lilted up and
lighted; the new drop-curtain was much
admired, and its artistic excellence, and
appropriate design, received general com
mendation. The scenery was also much
admired, and the garden-Bcene elicited
Our space will not allow us to publish
the programme entire wo will therefore
mi nl ion only a part. The Concert w as
conducted by the accomplished Madame
l uso, who played the E ntrancc March,
during which the pupils marched upon
the Stage, and through various figures,
w hich were performed correctly and w ith
grace and dignity. The (Jrand llussian
March, for I'iano, Guitar, and Harp, per
formed by the young ladies, and the duett
which followed, were well executed. Miss
Nki.i.ik fl,oWKi.s' performance of "Kin
lock of Kinlock,"ou the harp, drew forth
loud applause, mid a repetition well nigh
called for. Two or three pieces followed,
which were well executed, w hen Misses
Ai.uk M I.At tiiii.iN and Nki.i.ik I't.ow
Kits sang "Voices of the Night," a duett,
artistically and beautifully. A Hunting
Hondo, admirably pel funned, on piano,
by "llm little folks," Misses Manklla
nuiiNs, K e Hkffkrkan', and Maoie
McCoiimac, accompanied on the harp by
Miss fi.owKiis, followed, when Miss
Shut sang her 'Uobert 1 Tal que J'Airue'
creditably. Mauuik McCokmac'h ad
dress was short and sweet, and well de
livered. "The Circek Maiden's fare
well," a drama in one act, followed; its
main beauties consisted in the large num
ber of pretty little girls il introduced to
the audience. At the conclusion of the
drama, the I!ight IIcy. Bishop Whki.ax,
assisted by Iev. Mr Hi'l Ki iS'oiilt and the
Mother Superior, di-tribuled premiums to
the Second Junior and 1'riniary Depart
' ( ) (Jim iusa Domina," a quartette, sung
by Misses Al.l.lK Ml LAl'lillLlX, Sai.lik
I'. Siiire, Ni t. i. us f Lou-Kits, Lal'ka llooi
1.11, MaIIV flMSMKN, Mol,l, IE 1 1 IWKIIN A N,
and K atk ( Iii.ik.y, was capitally executed,
nod handsomely applauded, as were also
'Cumin' Through the l!ye," ami a (irand
f antasie. with variations ly Miss NELLIE
f i.ow Kits, on (he harp. A duett and cho
ru.;, by I.ambillottc "II Cur Amoris
Viclima'' sting by Misses A. McLir,n-
i.is-, Shut, I'i.owt.us, I.imsiikn, Katk
(ln.iiiiv, I.aiua Hoortu, and Moi.i.if.
llr.t ri.iiNAN, drew forth loud and con
I lined applause. Some six or seven oth
er pieces were well executed, when Miss
M.Miv l,i MM'l.N delivered the prologue
w ell in every respect, except that her de
livery w as too rapid.
The drama of the evening 'was then
announced. We cannot spare room for
the plot, but can safely commend t Ill
lunik from which it was taken as one
worthy the pcrucal of every lover of re
fined literature. All the parlj weie well
pi rforiued some of them admirably
hilt 1fc dislike on occasions like this to
discriminate; there w as credit enough in
the performance fur all. The title of the
drama is 'I.orctlo, or The Choice.' The
following is the
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lu cuiise,iieiice of the lateness of the
hour near midnight one of the scene
in the above was omitted, as was also a
lovely pircc mi the harp, "The Last Kose
nl' Summer," a piece which we have al
w a s listened to wilh delight, a per
fni tiled by M ai i mi t t it and many of the
lu st artiN that have appeared before an
American audience, and which we heard
Miss 1-iowiHs pi ifiiim a few w -ek ago.
I'leiutums were Iheii ,1 isti United to the
I n el iliiniui and r-.-i t.ml Senior Depart
ments, when Miss Smi ii P. Smut de
livered the Valedictory in a manner
v hi, I, ill, w tears tioin many eyes as well
in tin auditoi ium as among lo r cuupan-leii-
upon the flai-c
At tl. luiulu'iuu i f the aleih, t"ry ,
nd before Miss Snif p had time to retire
step, Miss Moi.LtR FKttm;gn was it
her side, and made a brief reply on be
half of the pupils, concluding her re
marks by presenting, in their name,
beautiful crown as a tribute or their es
teem. The remarks and the Scene were
A Uood Night" song by the young
ladies closed the exercises, and the au
dience began rapidly to move toward the
door, when Bishop WnEr.AS informed the
audience that Rev. Mr. McDonald, an
Episcopal Minister, desired to make a
few remarks, About ene-half the company
remained to listen to hiui, and no doubt
many more would have done so but for
the lateness of the hour. The Doctor's es
say is doubtless a good one, but the sub
ject requires more attention than can be
bestowed upon it after spending seven
hours in such a happy style as the young
ladies of St. Cecilia's are capable of
conferring upon their friends. The fol
lowing is a list of
PEEMIUMS IN DEPARTMENTS.
SKCONI) JUNIOR DEPARTMENT.
Il'tfltny HM-t Orth"jrttjht,
fiW iVniirutt Mitnt l.otitiue Kllii, Marl Oil-
ruy, Knmiy i,KHa HI (iT'ck, K n !! (Ibiimu, A!lc
loe. l'hil n.f-iia lUkaify, Uml'U Mct'orm'. Mary
Kt-r. W in rv A Ik i uk
'!; h (intnimur ttwl ll'njruhy,
i'tttt VfNnfB M m A I 'co fn K1U Grizraril,
D ta (inz.ml, Leouliue t-ll:, AdaUm N-iter, Mury
h 'i t Arff it Mi-Pi MaifL'ii' M" f'oi mw, Mario
Gilroy, Nanny ti. M.i'y Kem-lt-r, Miucrva Atktua.
btrwi ,1 ' e"f - M m YAUi Mi ' ih vock . H " mc na
Fust lt,;,,iuin MiHsfn lit'oii'ino Ml lis. Mary Kitz-
l-i.Kf li.rM,-M 'it'i KI!m Iteil Tti:iti , Nnuny rm.
N -vutt An-emit Mtie AUct' Coo, Maria iilr.
I'lrnttntttiry Ihawiag und J'mu'in-hiji.
I; thaihl Mi aw M ir i (tilmy. Nanny Vox, HI
Mtltninili, l.ri.iLluie K !, MAt;U' Jlr' . lil'lC , i
mna Itakt'lcy , tlla Mctrvuck-
JlfM" mi 1'uinu.
lrt Premium ft 8 Ultt Ht tlftniail , Millie Mi-
Coruiar, KHa M;(irtm;k.
.li' .wif Mi8s iA)"utui'! Kl h,;iiny F"
'.i Aixn'it Wiiica Lunr llooptT, Kate Nc!.iid.
.('i Mimi-a Maria Gi!rty, MhK
'.iit'?Mi (,t,4;ouii I.itlr tint
( 'Ot IltAt).
V. nit' Cot, Anuiti K(f!er. Ilia Ihinl.ii, Barlnu Huii.a,
M n(iie IK .if, Nora Vw, bailie 7;i
MUST JUNIOR EEPAUTMENT.
tt' luting tnul ()i thifjinj-tuj.
VM-td. Mimt'H Uuti Gilroy. K ite Npitlin, 1 u Bu-I
dekit, Ijiura Hoojur.
r.ihjlth (Intiiiumr u'ml h'ihhny CmniikUiu.
b'lritt Prrinium M ifmm KhU' (Iilry, lou BMtMck'.
b'iirJ A -reM7 M uttea Kale Niahs, liura HHinr.
lti'toi ft ami A iu it-Hf mul Mi-ilem (ifiHjrujihy.
FirM I'rrtni.iiu Kate Cl'roy.
'( ,1ivm-Mikhi h I.iura lltKij cr, lu lt d tekf.
V'tW i'-r-(7 Mm K te Ntuhs.
Firt l'nmiutH yiine& K nt-i N'eali ton UutlJt ke,
Firii A't-rstit Mm i.ina Hooiwr.
S. . .,,,. ,.f Mi-ii Y. hi .rixtril.
U.h.ntil Uira Kalotillroy.
Fo-t An . ( MUhm Katfi Svtt W, 1ju Btnl l. k.
Fnt FifiHiHin Mi a Kitet.ilrvy.
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Vujtftiifii .lirtr''J fur t
tluritig thftr hirt ttti
vUim r at th-
MifN!4 Mu'la nd Manilla Iturni.
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Firt Ai ( Mia Uiura Hiiiht.
SitohiI Aeci-it Mica Kt NuaU-.
Atwic on (luitar,
Fir.t rvuiiniiilmvis Kale Oilroy, Lima Hooper,
Fmt I'n niiuiit M 1 en Kale tiilrov
Ftrt Ai i-fUMit M mora lniTA 1U.( r , M iria (iilioy ,
J 'rr m 1 u ih A 1 cfil,
Mirt-oa Itiri Iloottr, Kat Nt it in
fc'UJONl) SKXIOK DU'AKTMKNT.
I.'hitfiir u't ( 'iim.-iiMUl.
Fft I'iriiK it'ii M is .11 a Mt'llie IVrgtiHuii, Ma-y Kef
Fust Ari' sit Ul'-ca Nolli1 Klown, Hlf Ik I '.
Str-H'l 4 'tmf MIskii Aliie ! 1-uigliliii, M.iiy
I.imintlt n, M riHoii
Ancunt uH'f Mftrrn History ami Mfrfhot.-yi
Frt I't fiuiuiii M iit H Mollii' Kcryuiniti, 8 illle
Kyl,', N ii J i KU'WcrH, Allif LaiH'tilin, Mn) Hl-
First j , f M hSi'h Mi-ry l.uins It ti t U..n- Mur
Flint Fifiuiunt lin Mary 11ir-t nan ,
Fir-u Aci ru,itlUft halUa I'i lt, Nclliu Kluweri,
.J .t(aw VtMi Ltsxie Moriiaik.
Artlhut'tio (iit.f Algebra,
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Fut ,Ihvmi,-M "i Mry iluttoruau, Muniu tvrju
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HONORS IN THE DEPARTMENTS.
HKST Jl'NiOlt DEPARTMENT.
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Letitr from ntr Wrlflil.
Senator Wrioht, of Indiana, is one of
those pad iotic Democrats who ha cs-t
aic!e the old party association for the
sake of his country and entered heartily
into the Union organization. Read hi
excellent letter to the Convention :
Washington Citv, June fi, lsW.
Jo thf President -f Oit Union Comtntmn :
Df.ar Sir: I regret being absent from
the great meeting of the Union men of
our State; but this is no time fur any
man, however humble, to leave bis post
of official duty.
rxohly have the sous of Indiana sus
tained the patriotic history and impulses
bequeathed by their tattlers, in this ter
rible contest for national existence. Their
fame sheds a brighter lustre upon almost
very battle-lield, and throughout every
section of country their valor and pa
triotism are sounded witb enthusiasm
and pride; and whilst the heroic men of
all parties and all classes are in the tent
ed field, engaged in the overshadowing
work of putting down this foul rebellion
and beating back the enemies of our free
institutions, may it, on this day, be your
duty to set the like example of unity in
your councils and patriotism in your
purposes, by ignoring all past political
opinions or party creeds, and present for
the suOrage of the great Union party ot
the State honest and good men, regard
less of past principles or political associ
ations. If we would succeed in preserv
ing the Government of our fathers, we
must have a united North. Party creeds
and platforms will divide us, and thus
paralyze the arm of the (Iovernnient.
I he President lias called arountl Ium
many men of different political opinions:
among others our present worthy and ef
ficient Secretary of War and Generals
Hnlleck and McLlellan. Those, three men
have more to do for the weal or woe of
Government, for (ho restoration of its
un'ty and priceless institutions, preserv
ing them to us aud our children, than per
haps all other men prominent among Un-
American people, the President himsell
excepted. Yet these men all differ po
litically from the party that brought into
power the present Administration. Can
we not follow this line example in (his
contest, when the question is so pre-em
inently one ol government or no govern
ment, country or no country? li is my
sincere trust that harmony and peace will
characterize nil your acts and delibera
tions. I have only time to add a single senti
ment. Ultraism muat be abjured. Ultra
measures, wbe'her in the North or South,
must perish not one but both or the
government will not survive. The vital
ity and virtue essential to the very ex
istence ot the nation, is to be found in
elevating good and honest men to itinera
of public trust, far more than in well
written creeds aud id at forms ot party
Accept assurances of yours, most re
spectfully. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT.
That excellent journal, the Baltimore
Clipper, makes (he following pointed re
marks on the folly of trilling with treas
on. We hope that the VJipprr will not
be mistaken in its hope that a different
course will be adopted by the Govern
The day ot trill inn with treason is imst
it has jn-nhmijul the tear it has wonr-
(onl the relfls, and disnmrnijeil those who
really desired to lie hnjut, but who bud
not the stamina to resist the temptation
of feigning disloyalty, because they saw
that flint was the winning side. They
heard tho rebels boast, that the Con
federates tiw'i! Biiccesslul, their property,
their lives and liberty, would bo safe,
whilst the Union men would be made to
suffer all the evils which their brethren
in Virginia, and other of the bonier and
far oil' Southen States, have been made to
pass through w hi 1st on the other hand,
if the Union was sustained, they would
escape scott free, as a general amnesty
w ould, they were aatisliedi b extended
to those who were trying to cut the very
throat ol their country. 1 he actiniiol Hie
Government has really encouraged this
feeling in the border Slates, but il is now
believed that a dill'enit course is being
A stringent and severe policy would
undoubtedly hasten the end of the war.
dm. f ahuacit Half a Centi-hy Ai;o.
Tho following is from an article on
"American Heroism," in the J'ori..!i,
relating to a fight forty-nine years ago:
Daniel Glasgow Farragut a midship
man on board the Pssev, thirteen years
of age, was knocked down by a splinter
which struck him on the thigh, and dis
abled him during the remainder of the
action. While supporting himself by the
railing which was placed around the
hatchway, on the quarter-deck, an eighteen-pound
ball carried away the tail of
his coat. Several men were killed very
near him, yet not the slightest, change
was perceived either in bis countenance
or manners. But no sooner were tho
colors struck than, ho burst into tears.
Csk. Man seaiii.v Muudkukih ami Umiit
Mkn Kii,l.Kl.--TheStrathroy (C.W.) ll.nie
I'vmrA relates the following shocking ac
cident w hich occurred near that village
on Wednesday: "At a raising in Uobo,
about eight miles from Stratliruy, a quar
rel arose between the nu n engaged. As
they w ere lifting a ' bent ' one man struck
another on the head with an av, nearly
killing him; the other men seeing their
comrade thus knocked tlown, let their
pikes lull, when the opposite bent swung
round and fell to the ground, killing eihl
men, who w ere thus launched in a moment
into eternity. We bad not received full
particulars up to lime of going lo press."
At the funeral of Willy Higely, who
died in this town about two weeks ago,
little Johnny Barrett, son of Dr. .1. U.
Barrett, aged about six yean, and a play
mate of the drceased boy, took his father
to the south corner of the cemetery, and
told him ho w as going to die in a few
days, and he w anted to be buried in that
corner of the cemetery. His parents
tried to divert his mind from tlcni-liU of
death, but be continued to talk of its near
approach until last Saturday night, when
be was taken ink and died in abmit
twenty hour. Clarinda (Iowa) lln
A t !! !lu
1 ruin Dm M iiil'lnt A'i;i Jm' 16
A Caud. As a few are manifesting a
disposition to refuse Confederate money,
I desire to announce that 1 will be pleas
ed to receive it for all debts Jue me for
the past seven or eiht years, ami in all
business transactions lu future. Those
liul.'Ucd to in,- w ill confer a favor by
nettling their bills in Confederate Treas
ury notes immediately.
A. L. K1MC1.0, M. D.
Bv Last Night's Mail.
run-miss Mnsr.oK, June 2J, The
gunboat Jacob Bell on Saturday proceed
ed up the James river to reconnoitre, and
ran bard aground on a shifting sandbar,
of which the rebels, soon observing, took
advantage by bunging a battery of Held
pieces down on the south bank and open
ing on her with rilled puns loaded wilh
shell and Solid shot. The funhoat did
all she could to drive ofT the rebels, but
did not succeed until considerably dam
aged. Mi'Mi'His. June 22 (via Cairo, 23)
Over tw o hundred nun hatits Jiave taken
The citizens of Brownsville, Haywood
county, raised the Stars and Stripes yes
terday. The rebel Gen. Coles, an original se
cessionist, sends word to Gen. Wallace
that, since his cotton was burned, be
wants to take the oath,
Washin-oton, June 21. The treaty
between the United States and Mexico
for the extradition of criminals is offici
ally proclaimed. The provisions of the
treaty are not applied in any manner to
any crime or offense of a purely political
character, nor docs it embrace the return
of fugitive slaves.
The Secretary of War to-day ortlered
that all applications for passes or permits
for persons or property within the lines
of the United States shall hereafter be
made to Brigadier-General Wadsworlh,
Military Governor of (he District of Co
lumbia, and be subjected to such terms
and conditions as be may prescribe.
The Navy Department has received
despatches staling that on the night of
the 7ll insf. the schooner liawiina, for
merly the Garibaldi, seventy tiins burthen,
buill opposite New Orleans, ran info Stono
river anil anchored near the entrance, not
know ing it to be in our possession. She
was taken, we having seven gunboats in
that vicinity. She was last from Nas
si, and had a cargo of lead and a few
shoes. An order has just been issued from the
War Department, to the etlect that the
act to prevent and punish frauds on the
part of oflicers entrusted with making
contracts on the part of tho Government,
approved June 2, lf2, applies only to
such contracts as under the laws and
regulations in force at the time of its
passage were required to be in writing.
San I'uancisi o, June IS. The steam
er Golden Gate sailed from Panama with
17.") passengers and ?;S7,(i(Hl in treas
ure for New York, and Ji'iSMI f,u- Eng
land. A Idler received in this city from
Go'cnor Alvarr., of Gucrrera, Mexi
co, stales that on (he 2i of May he re
ceived news from the City of .Mexico that
the french army had capitulated.
San f HANCism, June II. Arrived
bark Granger, from Hong-Kong. Sailed
steamer Sonora, from Panama, with
ninety passengers and Ci 1,000 iu treas
ure for New York, and S'j;l,(Ml(j iu Ircas
ure for England.
Additional l the Arnblii.
Halifax, June .2 1. The Arabia from
Liverpool on the morning of the 1 lib and
Oucenstown on the loth arrived this
GltK.A'i' BitiT.MS. In the Houio of
Commons, in answer to an inquiry from
Mr. Clay relative to interferences of the
United States cruisers with British ves
sels, and particularly in regard to the
case of the steamer Circassian captured
iu neutral waters, Mr. Eayard said bo
could not give an account at present.
Tho case- of the Circassian being un
der considerarion in the House of Lords,
Karl Carnavon asked whether the Gov
ernment had protested against Gen. But
ler's proclamation relative to the- ladies
of New Orleans.
Earl Russell said that the Government
believed the proclamation was authorized,
but the Government bad no information
iu regard to the action of the United
States Government in tho way of ap
proval or disapproval, for his own part
lie (Russell) hoped tho United States
Government would, fur its sake, refuse
its sanction to it ami disavow it.
In the House of Commons on the l.'llh
Lord Palmerston said in answer to a
question that no communication had been
received from (ho federal Government
on the subject of mediation in America
and tho British had no intention at pies
cut to oiler mediation.
Lord Palmerston said that no man
could read Gen. Butler,s proclamation
w ithout feelings of the deepest iniliina-
tion. It was a proclamation to which
he did not scruple to attach (ho epithet
The Paris papers say that the ap
proaching visit of Count Persigny toLon-
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uon isexciusneiy political, ami it in ex
pected he will submit to the English the
private views of the Emperor relative to
a joint mediation in American affairs.
I he Pans l'aiji says tho l'dtrir lias
gone too far in its statements relative to
The Daily AVwj argues against inter
ference in American all'airs, and con
tends that England lias good reasons for
not w ishing to see carried out the inter
vention policy of Napoleon.
It is estimated that the cotton through
out England on tho 1st of July was -Jl,-000
bales against l.fi Ui.Ooo t" the sunn1
date last year.
Tho news by the Scotia of two days
fighting at Iiiihnioiul has had no ap
parent elici t on .merii-aii si curities mi
cotton in I.iviiponl.
Pmiis, June l.'i. The Moiiiteur savs
the Emperor intends sending immedi
ately n iiilun-eiiieiiis lu .iii vieo
'.an". The V'mt:i.t ,,! publish
the follow ing, sinned bv its chief editor :
" Nothing has been received confirma
tory of the new s of the engagement, dis
astrous to the french before Mexico.
Such an engagement before Mexico or
Pueblo would in no way change the ulti
mate result of the expedition. The hon
or of our Hag is engaged, and should re
inforcements be needed, t hey w ill be si lit.
LnKi-.i'Onl., June IE --llreadstufls
flour quiet at 2la!Hs for Anieiican.
Wheat active, 2da id higher; red W'esl
crn '.isi'idaDtt.'!, red Siuiaeru l's, while
Western "s'lil, w lute Souther n 1 ULda 12s.
Corn firm at an advance of inlals; mixed
2-sa-'i.Ml, white .'S2sa"'ts. Provi-.iona
Beef heavy; jK'.ila'ls lower. Poik--leii-deiicy
dow nw ai d.
Lonmin M.MikBr. Baring Bios. reirt
wheat firmer and U higher, and sog;;r
quiet but steady.
Baring Bros, hay that the disposition
lo sell Auier.can stocks continue, and
tends to dipnssi, ,n Illinois Central
shares 1 4 a 1 1 t... discount, Erie o'.a '.2.
Breadstutfs tninir. Pii.viMons Hat.
Consols '.tl i . a'H ',. Erie shares ilia
o2 Illinois Central 1 1 a 1 1 1 . discount.
; American securities clomg dull
i '1 be Scotia news was ra;i-i
vassel but had no cllect on the niaike'.s
l'hc advance (iii cotton was caused by
(be tuitiiat, rial refutation t.l tin- in.
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.imrivllti- u ,i l
Citv Coi ni ii.. The Board of Alder
men having failed to muster a quorum on
Tuesday, will meet this evening, at I!
o clock, i lie Common I ouncil will a so
hold its regular meeting at tho same hour.
Knshviile, Tenn, May I), 1802.,
WitKitKAS, Certain persons,' unfriendly
and hostile to the Government of tho
United Stabs, have banded themselves
together, and are now going at largo
through many of the counties in this
State, arresting, maltreating and plun
dering Union citizens wherever found;
Now, therefore, I, Anuukw Johnson,
Governor of the State ot Tennessee, by
virtue of the power and authority in me
vested, do hereby proclaim that iu every
instanco in which a Union man is ar
rested and maltreated by the marauding
bauds aforesaid, five or more rebels from
the most prominent in tho immediate
neighborhood shall be arrested, impris
oned, and otherwise dealt with as the
nature of the case may require. And
further, in all cases in w hich the property
of citizens loyal to the Government of
the United States is taken or destroyed,
full and ample remuneration shall be
made to them out of the property of such
rebels in the vicinity as have sympathiz
ed with, and given aid, comfort, in ru
ination or encouragement to the parties
committing such depredations.
This order will be executed in letter
and spirit. All citizens are hereby
aarnod under heavy penalties from en
lertaiuing, receiving or encouraging such
persons so banded together or iu any w ise
By tho Governor :
EnwAitn II. East,
Secretary of State.
lrlltl-((ourler UUtrlet of I lie Oil I, ,.
NASin IIJ.K, May 7, l,ii.
Col. STANI.IT MATUKWS, ',,,!'.. if Mm dull
XnihviHe, Tennenire :
Colon':!.: The General Commanding
has been reliably informed that certain
bouses iu this city which have been tak
en possession of by tho Military author
ities, are now occupied by ollicers w ho
were not authorized to so occupy them
by competent authority.
lie directs me to call your attention to
the fai t, and instrui Is you In lake the
in ci ssary steps to cause the bouses to be
vacated at once.
Ollicers irforming Stall duties in the
cily, Surgeons in charge of Hospitals, am
the oincers ol lln- J Toviist iioanl an
alone allowed to live iu quarters. Sur
peons ol Hospitals must live in llicir
Hospitals or in their liinnednite vicinity
Ollicers of the Provost Guard, except tin
Provost Marshal, iuuhI have their quart
in the building occupied by the Provost
Guard, or in the immolinte. vicinity.
You will at once report all violations
of these instruction to these Hi-ad 'uar
tcrs. Authoiily lu occupy bouses sisseed
in the name of and for the Ui.it. d States
will in future in-iii- fioiu'tlnse II, a, I
1 am sir, viry respectfull y, Ac,
(SiguctD O- D. GKEKNE, A. A. G.
vm. m. Giu:iNi:it,
No. 100, Cttrhtuut S.r.x-t,
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Ocn. FiTinont Orders a Ketioirado
Federals Advancing ou WclJou.
Reported Re-Orcup:itiou of Front
Royal by the Kebels.
Capture of Rebels by the Federal.
The Stars and Stripes Float Over
Arrival of Gen, Trice at Richmond.
&c , &c, Ac
WiMiiK.si t.ii, Va., June 25. Geii. fre-
luoiit issued orders for a further retro
It is believed that Jackson is at Luray.
The Manassas river rose twelve feet
last night, carrying away all the bridges
ross the Bappahannock.
The liichmond Kinnirer says six thou
sand Yankees are advancing on WclJou,
to cut off rebel communication between
Petersburg and Pichinond.
It is it ported that the rebel General,
Ewel, returned in force and occupied
front Uoyal. f iirlher minora say that
Jackson captured front Uoyal, but the
war Department has no notice thereof.
Mi MPllls, June 2.'i. The fede.als Bl
acked the icImI cavalry guarding the
train near Caldwell's Station, on the
Mississippi and Tennessee l.'ailroad, cap
tured 2'i prisoners and destroyed tho
bridges on the road.
Navigation on White river is open to
San fiiANcis, o, June !th. Carton's
Vdoral Brigade t illered Arirona and
ilanted the stars and stripes over 'Ptis
an. New Orleans dales of the nineteenth
say that sugar is being freely shipped
All is ipiiet on the Potomac.
Richmond papers Announce (hear rival
of Gen. Price.
WAsiiiNof.iN, J un2.1." II mie Mr.
Sedgewick, replying to Mr. fisher and
Mr. Mallory's assertions that tho Binder
States would not consent to an emanci
pation act, said, I hope before this war
nds tin. sun will not rise ou a slave on
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I'okttillleea Ite-opeuetl In liullitaie
Nashville, Davidson county.
Mm freesboro', lliilhei f,n d county.
Jordan's Valley (Christiana), Huther
Foslcrvilln, liulUerford county.
Gallatin, Sumner county.
Clarksville, Montgomery county.
Springlicld, Robertson county.
franklin, Williamson county.
Columbia, Maury county.
Shelbyville, Bedford county.
Lebanon, Wilson county.
Walerstown, Wilson county.
Smithville, DcKalb county.
Alexandria, DcKalb "
Jcntiing's forks, Smith county.
Gordonsville, " "
New Middlelon, Smith county.
Mitchels lille, Simmer county.
Sycamore Mills, Cheatham county.
Ashland City, Cheatham county.
Lafayette, Macon cimniy.
The above list will be kept standing
in our columns, and added lo from day
to day, as other olllces are re opened
We would suggest to papers in Northern
Stales the propriety of copy ing the above
list at least once a week.
KOni'RTI, MAITIiAM) & CO.
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