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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TIIUESDAY, JULY 3, 18G2.
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Sattbson Counin girfctorg.
JOHN HI OIlT'jJITII, A.,p..r.
WILLIAM fllANK, Viwer.
joiin niUMr.i.KV, j.jrw.
ru JH.ir. ..) W II Wukteiw,, A. C. Taster,
and Jauo-a A (If l.
Cltrlt of Ih4 ilarlri John l.hiiniblcy,u-..'lulo Ural ;
Jus L. RyiiB, ancond ; and John Kcoilick, third.
Tax Autor William Hrlver.
ooeitiMi ('..!;.( A. Ii. Miaiiklaml.
H'uiar T.ix Collator t. B. tiarrelt. (
Trenmirer K. Ilcnry.
II half Matter Thon.as Iukc.
i.pToicn"af 'if Uit WmkhmtcJ Q. Didd.
,ierInr..tn 1 'w HVI Jwil Wyntt.
Chef of Iht firm Viarmm Jnlm M . Urabliry .
Htru,n olas fn-y-T. II Mrllrida.
Hrrrt Oeerrr J. 1j. t'lrwart.
ig ,4Hiri-j( John Mi-1'hall Smith.'
Hoard 0 AUItrmnV. il. Hi ion, President ; J. R.
Newman, O. A J. lley(leld,fl. A.Scnvol.WmH Cheat.
bam.J.C Piuilb, M. G L. Claiboruo, and Jab. Robb.
Common Council W. 1'. Jones, President i William
Roberta, T. J, Yarbrough, Wm. Prlvcr, Win. Stewart,
. 1-oilis IlmiiU, W. JW'.llos.JamoB Turner, U. M. Mouth.
gate, A. J. Coin, J- Iv a, Andrew Andetaon, J. B.
Knowlra, and John iily.
m.miim(1 m:iTTKia or ni titt nntcit.
Jmnnrs Kuowlis, fi-avcl aud Cola.
If'ufcr Work Anderson , Sniilli and Claiborne.
Srrerta-Yarbrough, Turner, &mlhgiitiIuvt,Bilin,
Msytleld, t'heatliuni and Claiborne.
' B'nr Newtrmn, Stewart awl Turner.
Hotpilal Jules, Mayneht and Sloan.
tkkooU Oioalbain, UaWleld and Knowloa.
Firt J-;rfwfiii T'y, PrWw and Newman.
(.'in IiriviT, Cli'mliauind Pnvla.
Ctmrtrfy ntllh. Ktuwatiaitd Nowniau.
Af.ii iW Ihiiue KobiTta, Hlcaart aud Turner.
HIhv Uugb, Cuiiburua and luv)s.
I'nlm I'bralbam, Ilrlrn and AndiTaiin.
flyrlKj IfiHijch, l laibnrno and Hrli n.
Workhuuu ( licnthntri , Muvll' KI und Kunwli i.
Imprmrmentt and AVjnidiluro Colo, (k-ovol and
fadiic jv.ji-r Brlrn, Cbcalbam and Tumor.
JV IIohio Mayfli-bl, Jonea und Roberta.
J-Tha II wrd nl Ablormrn mcela tba Tuoadaya
, bait pri(llu U10 aocoud aud fuurlb Tburadyya In
ch mnitb, and tbe Comraim Council tbe aocund
cud (uuilb Iburtdaya In rath mouth.
' night' police.
Airil LiruirtkiHt Wm. Varbrnugh.
Stooud l.irHlrMiut John II. HavU.
rolicmcH Wm. Jik o, J..hn Cnv.-ml.'r, Nlh Ik
via, Joel l'bd'lt, Wra. HjIiot, JuIiu Coltn'U, Wllliiuu
Mayo, Jbn KdiiIpk. J. W. Wrigbl, Juba 1'ackrlt,
Kubrt floult, W. C. frimclB,Tbom francia, Androw
Joyia-, D.ivid Viilan.auil U)r oa (iiilitt. ..
Tba Polloo Cimrt la on'Di'd avurjr nioruing at
trr Jamea M. lllnton. lupntut Tlurmiui Hub-
eon aud J. K. Buchanan.
Jlagufer-PliUieaa Carrt tu
TroaliM W. Jaapor Taylor. .
C'oror N. 11. Ileh her.
Kanoer John Corb;tt.
linmut Cvlhotir J. U . Hiili y.
i.n(re.i,l Tux Cvll.vt.T TP. l. Il"bei twill.
thtutul-lrt f.r (Ac .YijJii.r 'i,0o-l John I). (i wcr
aud J. 1'.. New uiun.
J.i.ijo Umu. Jamea Whltwirlh.
Cirri I'.Undak-y Nltbol.
a)aTThe Judge's Court meeu the hr.i M.ni.lny In
uucb Biontb,aid the Quartorly Court, conipos.d of
the Magistrate,- ,if the Couuty, la h.ld the lint Uou
ilay In January, April, July and October.
' CIRCUIT COURT,
Ju.ije Hon. Nathaulcl Baxter.
Clrrk Davhl C. Love.
aa7BThe Conrt niettK tbe flrrl Montlny in Mnrtb
and IVplf inner.
Jwlge Hon. William K. Turei-r.
itrk hnrles K. lgirorin.
n4V Tba Court mneta the ftiat Monday in April, Au
gust aud !)ocuitoF.
V CHANCERY COURT,
. ( 'li.mivltii llun. Fanuir-1 I'. rni'i.'Hii.
! CV ouW M'finJ. K t lei.ws
s)ar The louil in. elM llu' Hist Min la lu M iy and
I. 0. 0. F.
Junv K. llii'i, (Jiaiid Nvreury , sheuld bs al.lro.scd
nt .V-t,i.i.J;, T. a,
7NMeMetf So. 1--Mceta uvery Tuea-lay l' ru
ing, at tberr ll.ill.ou the cri.er i.f 1'nlon aud um.
nier slreeis. Tks nffi.-w a fKr the present term, are ;
T 11, Uollride, Nt;,, 0. R. l-s isur, V t).; J..I111 F.
Hide, Heorolury ; T. L. Murehall, Treasurer.
T.-ul. Lt.J,e, A'.. 10 Meets III the t-it'ne p'liee
ivery Mnn-liy Kvemng. The oli'-i rrs are : Robert
Tb.iliiiaoli, N t; , H A Cam, bell, V.ll., lleuiy Ap
pie, FHVretary ; 11. F. brown, Treasurer.
NeN'rg L.afgr, No po-Mecu al ih lr ll:i, on S iiib
Cherry li eol , ev.-i y Fit-lay Iverlng, liie i.lti.-eia
are: J K Kenlev, (C (1 j ti C. Cn-rrl, V 1: ; T. II.
lldu, Stcre'ary ; W. M. U aii.-ry, Trramrer.
A""l ieJja, X (lieriuan) --Mivls at llio
Hall, crber ..f Cut n an-t Suinnier aire.-!--, evrry
fbursdio Fv,niiig. The elfli'ets are : R. ii,-i.l., il'-H.,,
N U.; Charles RhIi.V.U , Jiha llerbericb, r.vielai j ;
4ieo- riieiW,Tt adorer,
Kuljrli, ... .Vo 1-M..laal the al-nc Mall
OB tbe ttrat and 1C .1 Wedneailaya of ea- Il luoiilb.
Tke ollWra are O S. U.ueur, C.I'. ; J. K M i a II l ;
T. H. Melti.,le, W ; P H Ct.lem.in J W , R II Me
Kvn,S-Tlbe , B U. Culler, Tieavirer.
Ciea frrau. A sVa.Mu.j,,n.M', .V.i 4- -M.els at the
auote Hail ou the a.e.tu.1 and fourth We.li..-..Uy
klgbta of each nioath Tlte e'B,'is are R. I.chiuu,
CP; Js T B. Ii, HI", lb sis Apple, S W ; I. 11
ll,t.loik, J '. r. C M.. a, .-er.he , J N Waul,
AKE.IVAL AND DEPARTUKE OF TRAINS.
.UkvlH h Sftstiitll.' H R Tram have at 1 4-", A M.
i. arr. at S 50, I M.
htulivtlle Tvxat ir It H li.o laei at 6 i0, A M
tt " arr. al 7 (W, I' M
hb k ChattaU 'i; Tra o e nt lu.Uft, A M.
.4 air ikt 4 it., r W.
ADAMS tXriiS COMPANY.
OlFl.E No. 61, Ou.ahT fmin
I'ei(a wlilimf l a t'v.?!i aud iVks'i ly
the .Mruiu,j Tratua U tl.a U isuia - Sa.m
villi, Hahii m Iit4ita Rai. hk.Ai-a,
mut bata ibe a-a at IU Ultce by 0 oUk tU
Davihhqn Coitktt DmscTORY Continued.
MILITAEY QUARTERS AND OFFICERS.
I'oW Hra l'iuarlnra 00 High atnet. 0n. llumolit
Ih-irUI ili-adiuartora on Suminiur itre.1. (Hr.
Ford'a rualdanca.) Capt. Craca, A. A. O.
Proroii JfariAal Il-a.buart"ra on Church atrort.
(Frmiila iradcmy.) Col. i".aiil-f Matthewa.
Chi'f AzziZsA . ISMttarlera on
Cbi'rry atrv!l ; N'o. 10, (lu.le Catruti's rciilviie.)
Cct. J. 1. Hiiigbaui.
Auilnul JurtrM(flrr liallanoo( lk'P"l Cl.
Jti'latit Va.irtrm.ilfr Vina Btr.t, ut'ar Mra.
I'olk'a ruaidencA. Capt. K. N. Lamb.
Aui'lmil QmirimnitirrHa. I", Market alrct.
(apt. J. M. llule.
CM' Commluiiry lU'adrjuarteni, No. 10, Vine at.
Capt. It Maclevly.
(.'ommitttarM tf BHlitiittmce Rioad atreet. Capt. 8.
Acting Cmmiunrjf of JS'M-allM.' Corner of Ilroad
and College alreta. l.lcut Cliarlaa Allaa.
Mrdtcal Director ?uuimar llreot. (Or. Ford's old
riaidenco ) Harg'xin, K. Slfl.
Mrtlieul 1'mrrryor'i ofict f.'burch itrect, Masor.lo
llitiltling. J. R. riKTi.a, Hurgaon, Slh Kentucky la
fautry, Acting Medical I'urveyor.
ABRIVAL ANO DEPARTURE OF KAILS.
Kurtbern tlall.rla LoulaTllla.arrlrea Pally, ,. 10 T.M.
" " " laaa " T.46 A.M
Columbia, via T. k A. U.R. arrl.-a " 6.80 P.M.
" leavxa ' 6.10 A.M.
Fhrlhy Wile, ria N. ft 0. R.R, arrivaa 3.90 P.M.
i miui a m I
U'banon, .... arrlvaa 12.00 U
" ... Ira rea 1.00 P.M
Mempbla Mall.lraTea Iaily,T'a Ixiulafllle and Cairo.
post-ofucks oi'ks rkyond lkbanon are
Watc.rtown, , Jolinlng Fork.
I'OST-OFFICKS ON LINK OF N. k C. R.R
Jordau'a Yulley, or Hholbyvllle,
B. B. CONNOR & B110.,
NO. 6 COIJ.EOK 8THCT.
Stork Jnal received aitel for sal
low lo loi out t onaltfiiEuenla,
lllila. Halt, lor sale by
CONNOR k IIRO.
boxoa KALT, lur sale by
CONNOR ft BIIO.
f( Colla ROI'E, for sale by
t)J ap a
bbla Coal OIL, lor sale by
CONNOR k BRO.
I f hall bhls. Coal OIL, for salo by
CONNOR a BRO.
down UKOOMS.for aale by
fJ boieartOAl', for sals by
CONNOR k BIIO.
boiea ST A KCH , for aaie by
CONNOR k BRO.
ihiiaui TKA, for aalu by
CONNOR k BRO
half cheats TEA, for aaie by
CONNOR A BIIO.
I i) cii.Ii-1-w
a 1KA, f.ir aa!e by
CONNOR A BRO.
I b iacf Yeaal POVHI'.KS, lor a ile by
lv ap 8 COS'N IR k BKO.
I oeka sol'A, for aila Ly
CONNOR k IIRO.
nn grona MATUIICH, for sale by
WlJ opS CoNNOR a into.
()fi boiea Star CANDLfci, for aaie by
wej apt CONNOR k BRO.
i)F. boles C.lFkFK, for aaie by
mu ap a
CONNOR k CO.
14 "bbVINKUAK, ( r Bale by
CONNOR k DRO.
1kitaSAI.MON,f r Bale by
IV I apt CONNOR k BRO-
O 1 MACK'tOtkl.TTor ie b"y
-5-1 ap CONNOR BKO,
T kite IIKKKl.NO, for Bale by
(XINNOR a BRO.
CONNOR a BKO.
,S kite SUAD, for Sale by
1 l bh!a. TlUlLT, lor aaie by
I J ap S CONNOR UltO.
I , bbla. MAt'KKKKI., for aTu by
IK J ap g CONNOR a BRO.
1 1 M-.lt, lor aJe by
CONNOR a BIIO.
( bi.n -a -In.-.l lii.lLl N.i.
lor ale by
I ON NOR A Bf().
l btiiL.-N lined Staled, f-.r sale by
I V; ap 9
CONNOR k IIRO.
J k.-ga NAILS, for Bale by
IXiVNOK a BKO.
tf bbla Crushed Sugir, fur aaie bv
0.J apt tuNNOR a BRO.
1klf bugs Mr.AI,. for salt by
-JtJ up a txiNNDR niio.
( bhls KLOL'R, fur aaie by
..HA ap OINNOR A BKll
Ct iaVs II A MS, for"sIleli7
ap CON NO a BIIO.
. ) "V caeta SIOI-X, i..r sale by
Z) p CONNOR a BRO
t)lis Hue IMTAlX-fJ. ftr : by
C f b.ix
Xt ft i all lianU'tt M Kl, f'f l't" -y
YAl ap8 CONNOR a BRt).
Sblias 1 Iiikib St 1 Tor aw by
,,,, CONNOR a BRO.
4 i te'C-'5 Ca::v.s::rd llAM', Willi a 'large lot nl all
W f a.ria of ii-M.ll, Inch we will chwo o.lt kis, at
our old sl.iu-l. No. 6 t.ollfe i-lreet
Bp 8 MB CONNOR k RRO.
" bit COLlAN'S
'1 HK l lmii' if ott'B-Mia, stranicra. aud others
I Uiiia N-hviUc, rsjuiriii MrXHlniai aid. la natfH.4
TiMy rattf J tn tnta No. Hi lttli n a sLrvi t,
iHi'i fl.x-r, br'lwtfft i iuriy ai.'l lh Hijuaf.
lr. 1 ail kjh an m an ul l pratstitMnter of nndk ioe; kW
1'Hiaftt uitiiuirtArHl iir)uo and laitortuf auswi
Ux aiaiiT aia iMutt.ia iU Irmlinnsul ol ptufAia In
BAHtren, u. iti.t't. (..( lino to devote Ins uslivKted atUa-
ttiu li all siwsa nf itiia Mature. Mauif cavava of
llio m.l kuTHoraiw fl.uat-Urf have pniuiplly yivkted
lo nit. lint nvt, iurllttl ta! trsraimciii
rrmiary , StH-nHi lary , Tirtiry and ilered ury
ntirriufia, iini aii l ail diaNue d ih fitiia
a ul urinary
iua, miwita ao roaiaiaA WM
A female trrwnutariiu ad fuociionaU tvderanre
nii'iiia of Hi w niib, and Ui duuaaa artainf Irota
tt4lMD ud HI niauitvi iMarlur Iko
tiiivnil K.-ait!. tbie Rsiitiir, inj u puw.ud
i rt.itniaj. B oi tnej tututn, aa J ml r.Me ol V
in i 4-tiiii iy a ir4M-M uartf in.i. if .,11
ol il.a UtU-r C4at ia uaOrruiLcii by W. CVloliiaa, a
C.rt Jt ii'wr.t sMu'as aui a rr.-ru Km.ti4ikVd
a.a)tt a (.as-. ui in Hrk .fi j aaiHia ol
1 1' 1 iH jsit. r a t-)'i m iu it-ifx k by Imm
( IfejM-r'iv f t wo u at wtpUkaka 4 tvtiy wtiie
ais iiu1 tt it , ra bm r ir4t, iu - nMm, b) ma
iiiinifp Hit' i hi ru . iu i n it eria. utui
hutt l ct't. tfiJ4w, pioiiifsi a'tvt iia. aad kKMlvau
et'-kitfiw ill g- mo ti m tui lua HUub
4 0- Kt) RksMt-Ur f Uaea l tt sVroala.tHll Qsf
dii-.(44d. aa bs bri iMiw (Oa Hi aat ii pruaiuisia) a
.Th'yiMiaM iltaua il It f Cure
!(!'. bi-urj, Uvia ebt la Ue mm 04 mi aiaa la
weevettabtj. jaa tt, V-ly
Committed to Jail
OF !avi'tiwm udIj. Jun l.llh 1S6J, a mgro mail
who ay liifl iiinif A WRA HA M ; ay he betoua
Ut Sunnnl AUrnion of Owlriri, county Tfun ; to
IhjuI HI tfr HA y fir old, weitfhi atHiut 145 or 140 H ,
t f l inchrw hiaht Copjwr cAnr, fcar on rbmk
fttxtjt on (rch lubg, mll cr c f lUe twit bov
The owner Is rinentd to Oumft f.irwrrj, prore pro
perty, kdiI py clitrR, as iIm luw titrrrtN.
J. If. HIN'TOV,
June2t-3t Sheriff aud Jmilvt of D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF pKvtiJuon county, June ?1, lfl'i'i, a'Dro man,
who says his mtu la HOB : nars h baoDfrs
It Tt i mid i'. talker of Maury couuly, Tann.: auo
about 1H or 20 yara olrl, weighs about 160 pound.
5 IfH't ;iv lu!-b In hihl : ool-r tnai-k no mnrk;
Thaownnf la raownt!, to come forward, iiruTj liro-
Pt ty, aid juij chaigos, aa trie U ilirtn-ta.
J. M , lllT(,
Jnm-29 ,11 Hherlff and Jailor of I). C.
Committed to Jail
OF lawlitaou oouuty, June 1, lta'Wl a negro maa
wboaayabuj a nine la ARTHUR ; aud belnmra In
Win 4J, Hmart of Warreo oounly, Ten..ai;d ab)ut
46 yeara ; weijjha aivini Hit iir 160 pniuxls ; 6 foel . )a
locnea ritgn ;cior oife-a ; heavy wiiidkem.
TIm owner to requeet to coma forward, prove
property, and pay ouargea, aa the law dtrecta.
(uue2 3t 8henn and Jailor off). C.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavldann oounly, June Ml, 1862, a nKfo boy,
who eayB hia name le AI.X, aad hvlunica to W m
Mciiregror of Wi aiB oo.; ae yeara oldjweiKba aboai
KM or lt)6 iviiin'la : t feet A incliM hiub : color b'.ai k :
acaron aeoond finger on left hand.
TUa owner ta requested to coma Cirward, prove
proporty, and pay chargea, aa tba law dlreeia.
J. at. Hl.XTON, I '
JunefSl.-lt Kberlff and Jailor of I). C.
Committed to Jail
fr Davldaon oounty, June tfl, lmii, a n-ro maa,
VVwho aayahla name la HANIKI.; aaya be belong, n
Mre. I.ujilnka t. Krown or Maury couuty , near Spring
til l, Tenn; age about U: yeura old : weighs alniut 170
or laO pounua ;6 feet 11V Inches biab. small scar In
The owner Is requested lo coun forward, prove pro
perty, and pay charge, aa the law directs.
J. M. HI MTIl,
Junei St Sheriff aud Jailor of I. C.
Committed to Jail
OF PavUlttoa oounty, Tunn., June 10, lst!3, a nrgro
r, who saya ber uimi la JUANNA, ai.d heluus
Ut Robert Williams, of Franklin, Kr , mr -hont 17
or lti years ; I lot I 2 lorhcs bigh ; ; wrtiia aN-ut 120
pounds; dark ooper color. Iheowoeris rNiutTd
to cmue forward, prove property .and pnj ctinrgcH m
inu law airvcia f. m. Ml.Mn.
uue20 3t BhorifTand Jailor of 1. C
Committed to Jail
OF Havldaon oouaiy, June loth, lstti, a negro ir.an
who snya hia n Is MILToN : ears he heli urn
to Joseph Carter, of Marehall county, Ala-l.ge arMut
'it yeura ; weighs 166 pounds , 6 fuel T hx hca hlgk ;
color black , scar by burn above the light wrUt
The owner is requested t come forward, prove pro-
leriy, aou mj uiiargeaus me law uirecis.
J. il. 1I1NT0N,
Juuel8 3t tthrriff and Jailor D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF lUTldaoa oounnty, J una 10th, 100J. a negro man
whosnva bis name la 1'AMKI. ; says he belougs
to Richard Iloaa, of Maraball oounly. Ata. : aae about
II er Vi years ; welglia 110 or 106 lbs. : 6 fort 8 inrhea
bwn ; oo marka color black. Ttie owner m rKiucrt-
eu lo cjme I 'rwarii, prove proMjrty, and pay ct.argra
aa me mw uirecu. j. m. tllvlON. .
Junela 31 Bbrrid aud Jailor, I). C.
Committed to Jail " "
OV rnvi'hton county, June 11th, lsn, a negro man
who aaya hia name la AAKON I aaya ba hrioriKa lo
Jtf1arUr, of klarahall county, Ala ; aiied bIhiiiI 111
years ; weiyb about 10 or 146 p-utus;6 fuel giticlie,
nigh ; do marks ; color black- The uwDof It reiiucs'.
ed to come forward, provo property, anil piy ebuges
aa uie law oirccui. j. at. lilNTUN,
JuncH-St Sheriff and Jailor nfli C
Committed to Jail
OFravidaon county, June laih, lbtii a negro maa
who aaya hta name ta ALK ; rays he belongs
to i.ucy Miuith, of I avhiion cocuty, Tenn,; Mgeii
about Kl years , waigba 146 or If p.iunJ ; 6 fr.l 6,
Incliea bl;li; c-.pp.-r color : nouiarku. li.eownr at
reipieaKd lo piini. forward, prove property, and iiav
chrgua aa tho law directs.
J. H. II1NTON,
)unel-3t rhrrllT and Janur i.f Ii l'.
Committed to Jail
OF rievi'luun county, June 14, a negro man,
who aaya hut name 9 tlEOrll .K W A:iliNiTtiN :
aaya he belongs lo k ary Ana Yuargan, of Warren
county, ky , ag.-d about 40 years ; wc-iglia 175 or 1HO
ll.a :6 feet 7 llicb.a bgh ; coliir blai k ;small Irtr n
forehead ; small gnate. The owner la rqueatedio
oome forward, provo proiorty and pay ihargea aa
tee law oi'f. la. j. il. IUMUM,
InnalK It Rherlff and Jailor of II. 0
Committed to Jail ,
OF Pavidaon county, June 16, lsd'i, a negro aean
who aaya hia name le COLt'MHtU sara be be.
lougs to Dr. McKiaait-ka, ul Maury eouuiy. Ivnu . axe
about 30 yeara ; weighs about 140 or 146 puuti.ls 6
foot 6S Inches blKh ; boig hutihy bulr ; opier oolor ;
no niaraa. lua owner is requ.wte'l u ooma nr
i waid, prove proarty aud pay cliarges aa tb law dl
recia. J. M HINTiiN,
Juaelg 8t RherUfand Jailor of D. a
Committed to Jail
T Pavl laott txunlv, Tenn., June bit. 1K2. a Be
KJ gru girl, named Al.l.!i; aaya alia lielongs to
Irvln lletfiie, f Maury louniy, leun. l-ul alrl la
about 1H or fiu years old; w.Uhs about lMorlDO
nounos; 6 reel o lurbes blgn ; two smalt sc,rB on
lorebead ; boat ou upivr lip at tUeedgo of the nose,
Ike owner Is requeatcd to come forward, prova
prnpririy, ana pay cnajge,as tna law aiwia.
J. M. IIIMiIV,
Junrg-Jt Sheriff and Jailor uf II. O,
Committed to Jail
K Pavil4MS Cnuutv, Tfnn., June tlh, M2, a ii
V 7 fro nut it mttitttti KdlJAH; saya i hcUu to
Irvlu H"tfu 4f Maury tuunly, Tpuh ; atmut 2i ot 5
years oil : ttht tHit iiU ur lob pouiwla ; b fr 7
lo('lir. hitch ; oojitHH" ooat'r: amall ar iiudr owrntr
uf riktlit I've,
owiinr m risn atosl to rnne furwsrd, prove
firotrLX, aud pay chargi aa ine u w uir-ta
el. M It.ST',
JunrS-n Shfilff and JalL.r uf . C,
Committed to Jail
F Paviamm cHMiuty.oo ihe l.'ih ot Juin. lHfit, a
J D4romn who fays bis ban ta hAVlh, wid
mays lie bHoytf U 1-uoy rmith m luvi 1 m sthiumiv
l'snuu ; atfs aitssul 3V y arn ; n;Ti J or 1 vt p., tt
I ft liM-t I in 'l'ta tiifLti no iiiki tut ; es,ir U... W. In
iht m riisjiiu-4l to ruie forward, trorv iro
psunjr mixta y tiivgt aa lite law iutih-m.
junpl 3t H'irir r..t JaH.-r of IV C
Committed to Jail
I iavi.iKui t uuniy, inn , June it h'V' a b
W gru nin,w!m hi. nniun ( II Kl-F.-, and
ItaltMuH l HkUJ iluhW vkfr 1 luites brt.ttid ltrtnt
wiM'ia, m Withtiusvju ti'uuty TiLU., ahtiui ti yrars of
ar" ; wti;h a)Mut I A p.uoda , ft fHt in. h-a
IK . w u "4bm tn if tv uaD'i- ina ou. r is r
HifU d u torwar t, p ova i rpi ly, wtd pay
cuaiyt-'s, u in iaw uirciii
Jun'')!i;u i.f. fUi.tt and Jaittir 4 i) C
TO ICE C0NSUUERS!
Wo an l!)nj
J.-uro ;Lako Ico
xTstT rut I B ivsihtiuhn h-sm. i nt
imr Hund ltM thaa the Nu M-o '( ly lrit. H imr
n.a IT U ti Ii hMlfil 4tU
Exchange and Banking Offico
f, 9n un CnM Iwiva opontxl aatm e at No U
I t4,iice acoci. Men-lioou' Iw lt Uii 4n.K , lo
b.iv and aril aVudiai',;, "i4 and .mhii. la.irw
ItaUia N u-s, and itot rriiinut rlauua. lo(,aiitnJa ia
tttn City prviu tly atu-ndtrd to
KaahviUn, June 18, S61 i .
Engines and Boileri for Sale.
IOl- k U FOR U ihf Vu$ tr- and hot! -rs of tbe
Jati4W H te.mli. ana Jauia J.bi. lliy
U.w im at Sahv .: 'irl. 1 tiff it if-
fnart k t 4i mvna, and 4 b I r In t V i.r 40
Iftoiina, ail Qiado 41 t wUiticrtaB't aud Tanna4W M il
It. hi. r iioti, ul Ut t--i nity TUo (a.il(.na ate
to lii in h rj ! iii .It ra 14 fi.l .-t , and t w n '.4 U.
cyiiixWra a I4M-I tuoka. wiiti aiitc, I t-W
t a St iter taa.e itij unora. w itJ i aui tii.u
of aaid rHtJiibuu, and a latr Wh of lion, autiauk-
atauiaaLa or otur tt"ri n rbana.
lli"' " -ni atcc 11 1 1 aA 1 m an ,
T K RMS!
Oany Cisiov, per an'inra.. ..
. . 16 00 ;
rai WsistLT U.nov, wr ansinsn, ...
ITsurKLf Uaiox, ior annum..-.
KATKS ADVT.UTISINO i
(van uaaaoauMvu mavrmTB a aoraf a )
I rtquare I day $l 00 eaeb a.l1lti4ial ilim-rlion I 50
1 week, I 00 eao). al.lrti.uial aquare IM
1 " 4 60 ' " ' 1 00
1 month 00 11 I 00
" 00 " " " 4 60
I " H (HI " ' 6 OS
6 la no " " 8 00
U 116 0 " 10 60
BBBWAai.e ar rtaaai'aa
tne aqnara, one year, each aiMillooal aquare f 10
wnitea notice wiuat ba givea M take out and at- p
advorliaemeoLa of yly a.lve; tiaera before the year
vptiea, otnerwiae weatiau ciiarge tin done.
No contract of yearly adverliiMtuioiiUi will be illaona.
unced without previoua notice to ua, nor will any
wargn De mad lor leaa Man ana year at ua yrarry
ArtTertiftnrt xemdinaT ths tnnet exia.-
aeta 1 (or wiU b charge (or the ezeoaa.
THURSDAY MOUSING, JULY 3, 18G2.
Premiums totli kniount of $2.")KJ(l
re tntionnrpil lo be awarded nt what is
termed " World' Ilurge Fair," to bo
held at Chicago in September, i
Ohio Tayu hkr Direct Natiosai.
Tax. The Treasurer of the Slate of
Ohio deposited w ith E. T. Carsos, U. S-
Depository in Cincinnati, on Thursday,
$380,000, th amount , of the National
direct tax assessed on Ohio. '
Nkw Mode or Skttlino the QrA8-
bel. It aeeuia, writes a Iluiitsville, Ala
bama, correspondent, that tho gallant
aoldiers about the city am finding crevi
ces in the atony hearts of Alabama's fair
daughters, notwithstanding the con
temptous manner in which they were t
first treated. I was shown, this evening,
a very neat residence?, formerly ocenpiad
by a disconsolate young widow, who
found much trouble in the management
of handsome littlo estate and aomo
twenty-five of " God's images carved jn
bony." A handsome young fellow from
the Third Ohio Regiment was placed
at the widow'B door to afford her pro
tection. She found him so faithful and
manly in the performance of his duty,
that she concluded to inttrcst him per-
nianentiy 111 me estate. Accordingly a
minister was sent for, and a few select
friends, the lady's intimates and li sul-
uicra mcsgtuaics, were present to see
the " twain made one flesh."
SocTHKitN CHCRrn 1U:lt. at Boston.
The ship North Arus'rican, which arrived
at Itoston Saturday nflernoon froia yew-
Orleans, brought the church bells' front
that city which had been gathered by
order of tren. Iteauregard and ordi i PiS to
lie cast into caution. Tim following from
a Nf w Orleans correspondent is of inter
st in this connection :
"One of the most striking objects which
presented itself as our steamer reached
the levee opposite tit. Mary s Market, was
an immenso collection of bells lyinir on
the wharf, covering, it seemed to me, a
quarter ol an acre, ana amounting in
number to hundreds. These were lieau-
rcgard a bells, sent in restionse to his
call. They were of all sizes, from very
large cuurcii bulls, weighing hundreds of
pounds, down to KmaJl plantation and
Tbe New Mate).
now believe the nrvsent t'onerntty
win annul uie ,rw Mate, and when
that is done, a bright era will dawn upon
West Viirrinia. iSho haa tho resource!. In
make her a ureal a nowi-rfnl anil
weallhy State, Rnd the lime is not far
umus.ui w iieu uiese resources will br do
vcloped. The rich valleys of West Vir
gtma will "bloom as the roi" The
mouuiaius will give their rich mineral
wealth to the lirosncritv of the New
Stalo. Cities and towns will rise up as
11 uy magic. Jilanulaclorns will be
erected, and a general state of almost un
exumplod urosixTil V will be the reitiilt.
congress cannot reluse Wvst Virginia
tliis great boon. West Virginia took tlie
initiatory steps) in the loyal moveiiiunt
1 11 tun ueiriicr nuutnern .-Males, ibe no
ble aland which alio took broke the ic
fur extended and ellicient action in Ken
lucky and ether Slates. The irri'nrraa
ihle tide which had started from tho
(.lull Nates and overwhelmed North Car
olina, Tfuni'S-.ee, and Kaxtrrn Virginia,
was here met and rolled bnek. It avaa
here that loyalty first asserted its rights
111 1 ne noutnern crates, ami loynlWe--Virginians
have won fur ths-maelves im
mortality, and their ew Slate, wh
aumiitcii into tne liikiii, will he a on
star in the calaiv of Sialca.
We li el coutidont that after all West
Yire-inia has done for the uroHervatii.n
of tho Union, that Congress will do her
the justice lo pisoe her in that proud p
sitiun to which she is so eniiiuiitlv s'i
The peculiar locality of We,l Virginia
deiiiauds that she should lie a separate
Slate. She is divided from the hgstern
piii'Uiin of tho Mte lj iinpaaab!e moun
tains. The commercial iiii.T.-at uf th
two secUens are) entir.-l a.i.ir.ia I
fact, there ia nuthinjr IB rnriiiittin la.t aart.i
them. Let u, then, Lave the New Stale,
ana nave u in the present Congress,
can see nothing that should C
gress u aelay Una matter. o,.r i.e-
havo complied with all Dm C.n.s.i.si..
d. mauds of Iheni, and there is no barnt
that 1. gaily interposes between tlui
ana liiis long ileaired boou. Let (
rress. then, bv all means, er.ni ii
ever a people came before Conireaa, .
scniiig aud wuriliy of what thry aek
is the irfnple of West A'irgiuin, and
all mean, their ps-titi-m atiould
granted. lai',jiarj ('.) Jtb-r-q ,,
Fn-ui tho New York Herald,
mportant k rnif liagee ;. I'ope
Aanlgnetl to the t'eiumaiiil of Hire
IkoHcll'a, llankn' and Fremont's
AVashinoton, June 20, 18C2. -The
forces under Major-fJenerals Kre-
niont, ranks and McDowell have been
con soli dated iiito one army, Cftilert the
Army of Virginia, and Major-Ooncral
ope has been especially assigned by the
'it-aid. nt to the chief command. The
forces under General Fremont constitute
the first army corps, to be commanded by
encral rreniont, llio lorccs under lien.
Banks constitute the second army corps,
ana are to be commanded ly him. 1 lie
forces tinder Gen. McDowell constitute
tho third army corps, to lie cominands d
SKETcrt OF 0MNKIIAL JOHN rom.
Major-General John Tone is a man
nearly forty years of age, a native of
Kentucky, bnt a citixon of Illinois and
a graduate of West Point, which academy
lie entered in the year 13;S8. He gradu
ated in 1812, standing high in a largo
class, and was appointed to the army
from the State of Illinois, enti-ring that
service as a brevet second lieutenant of
Topographical Engineers. Ho was en
gaged in Mexico, and was breveted a first
lieutenant for gallant and meritorious
conduct in several conflicts at Monterey
the brevet bearing date from September
23, l4ti. On the 23d of February, 1817,
he was breveted captain for gallant and
meritorious conduct in the brittle of Biieim
Vista. In 18 ta bo conducted the Min
nesota exploring expeilition, having so
complished which he acteil as Topo
graphical Engineer in New Mexico until
18j.'1, when he was assigned to the com
mand of one of the expeditions to survey
the route of the FaciHe, Kailroad. From
1851 to 18.r9 he was cnjrnced in the ex
ploration of the Bocky Mountains, during
which time viz: on the 1st of Julv.
1K.")I he took the actual rank of cant run
in the corps of Topographical Engineers.
On the 17th of May, 18(31, was made a
brigadier general or volunteers He held
a command in Missouri for some time
before he became particularly noted ; but
when Gen. Ualleck took charge of the
disorganized department, he, having
great confidence in Brigadier General
i'ope, gave him the charge of the district
of Central Missouri. This was in De
cember, 1801. On the 17th of that month
he scattered the rebel camp at Shawnee
Mound, taking " 1M) prisoners and molt
of the enemy's wacons, tents, bacirarre.
horses," &c. On the 18ih he surprised
another camp near Milford, took some
J,.im prisoner, 1,HH) stand of arms,
1,000 horses, sixty-five wagons and a
large quantity of tents, baggage and sun-
plies. Ho also seized two tons of gun
powder, llua campaign drove l'rico be
low the Ossge river, which he never again
crossed, llavinir cleared this district, ho
was next appointed to clear Southeastern
Missouri. On the 2'td of I'Vhrnnrv. 1802.
he reached Commerce with a small force.
11c there gathered his men together, and
in six days marched to New Madrid.
This place Soon fell into his hands, and
shortly after, comparatively speaking, he
s lit that noted canal which caused the
i w ti full of Inland No. 10. For this
masterpieco he was made a Major-General.
He was next appointed to act at the
head of a corps to co-operato with' Hal
leck in the reduction of Corinth. After
the evacuation, his remarkable pursuit
and capture of part of Beauregard's forco
are too fresh in Ujp minds of our readers
to need description.
I'roreeB of Ilia Iu veelnirnt.
from Iht Chtirlnton hlrrcury, Junt 7 (A
The enemy has made rcconnoissanccs
with a strong force of gunboats iu the
Stotio river. A few troops wertj landed
on either side, on James and John Is
lands, under the guns of this Meet. They
may or may not be ashore since the re
pulse of Tuesday last by our troops, but
al yet there is no fonnidabln force ap
parent, nor is il likely that the liurnside
licet constitutes any iiortiou of the expe
Only eleven vessels were olT the Shmo
on Wednesday, and there wero fifteen
hoats in the Mono, the blockading
sipiadron and an expedition party from
Hilton Head we judge to be the whole
of the affair thus far. How it may ex
pand with time we know not. This is
probably a mere feeler, preparatory to
further operations of the enemy when
they (Tin see their way, and can bring
forward the means of attack with some
likelihood of success.
In the meantime wa trial our troops
will not allow forces to be landed, tin ts
to be built, and ordnance to be mounted
by the Yankees in this neighborhood.
Our policy is clearly to "attack at once
aud furiously " with the l.avom-l. (ian
boats cannot fire on their own mn if
ours cloge up. Delay, dirt digging and
artillery, if permitted, must always end
as it has done at Yorktown and at Co
rinth. We will invariably be whipped
in that stylo of lighting. Ball's lilufT
and Jackson's fight with Milroy should
lie our models. In the latter combat
the mountain regiments of Virginia charg
ed; they took no prisoners; pluck decided
the contest, and the troops of the North
in the aubsiquent battles couMnot stand
They have invariably broken before that
army. At Hull's Blnff the work was
chse and thorough, the slaughter flight
ful. Since Butler's proclamation and
Hunter's rocreding ou our coast, t)
real character of this war upon the South
has been fully revealed, it is criminal
and atrocious. It is lucrciltsg and mur
derous. Self "reservation and the laws
of nations require rvlnbuliou.
01 8 llAT 'T TftlL is AT HlNli.
Itofn lue aame pegier, aatoe date.
From the number of guniroats and ten
gels otf the harbor of Charleston and Hi
the Stono river, with the landing of our
troops and the continued tiring kept up
upon the shores of Janice Inland yester
day, it seems that the attm k upon Char
b aton is imminent. It ia l lined that
the liuinalde licet i here, aud that the
day of trial is tisin us. The guns of our
f i.r is and the) courage of cog troops are
bvut to voue Iuto icsjuisitioii. lhegnoi
of the enemy have not, we judge, been
yet subjected to the lire of such batteries
as protect our harbor. L'nless they have
number of Monitors, which wo by no
means believe, they are likely to pay
dearly for tho venture in running such
With the bi-pat works, 'av.w-s iniausi.
our troops can make a v ug, and, we
trust, a successful defence, a .mat great
ly superior numbers, which is not very
likely, if wo lire rightly informed.
tHir people are calm, and prepared for
desperate resistance. Except the ex
empts for railroads, workshops, banks
and newspapers, and tho foreign popula
tion, few arc not in the ranks of the ar
my. We have everything to slake in tho
struggle, and little to hope in case of
failure. e trust the defence of t bancs
Ion in I8t2 will ever be memorable for
its heroism and its effect upon the coun
try. It must be worthy of the cause,
and of the old cilr of the l almetto State.
rlttrlniit ot (.eiiernla by ( Ivlllann,
A correspondent of the St. Louis t'nion
furnishes the following translation of the
speech of a Kotnan Consul, recorded in
Livy's immortal history. Although de
livered somo twenty-five centuries ago, il
might with great propriety be spoken ia
every city of tbe United States to-day:
spi'kcii or i.ucii's EMail's faclcik, on as
suming COMMAND IN TUB MACKHONIAS
K. om I Ivy's History i f Porno. Trin.Uledl'jli.o
, , Baker. Vol. M ., page 413.
"llohians, I think I have perceived that
your congratulations, on my obtaining,
by lot, the I rovintto of Macedonia, were
w armer than either when I was elected
Consul, or on ,the day of my inaugura
tion; Tor which 1 can assign no other rea
son, than your having conceived an opin
ion, that I shall be able to bring the war
with 1'ei'scuB, which has been long pro
tracted, to a conclusion becoming the
majesty of the Koinan people. I trust
that the gods havo also favored tho dis
posal of the lots, and will givo me their
aid. That aomo of these consequences
will ensue, I have reason to believe; that
the rest will, 1 havo grounds to expect.
One thing I know, and take upon me to
afllrm, with certainty; which is, that I will
endeavor by every exertion iu my power,
that the hone which you havo conceived
of me may not be frustrated. Every
thing necessary to the service tho Senate
has ordered; and, as it has been resolved
that I am to go abroad immediately, and
I do not wish to delay my colleague,
Cains l.icinius, whose excellent character
you well know, will forward every meas
ure with as much real, as if ho himself
were to carry ou that war. 1 request
that full credit may be given tu whatever
I shall write to you in the Senate ; but
that j'ou will not encourage the propa
gation of rumors unsupported by au
thority. For, as tbe practice is at prcs-
nt, (and 1 have observed to bo uncom
monly frequent since his year began) no
man can so entirely divest himself of all
regard for public opinion, as not lo let
his spirits be damped. In every circle,
and, truly, at every table, there aro peo
ple who lead armies into Macedonia ; who
know where the camp ought to be placed;
what postsought to be occupied by troops;
when and through what pass that terri
tory should be entered; where magazines
should be formed; how provisions should
be carried by laud and sea ; and w hen it
is proper to engage tho enemy; when to
be quiet. And they not only determine
what is best to bo done, but, if anything
is done, iu any other manner than what
they have pointed out, they arraign the
consul, as if he were on trial before
them. These are great impediments
ton those who havo the management
of affairs, for every one cannot en
counter injurious reports with tho
same constancy and fiiuiuess of mind
as 1 abius did, who chose to let his own
ability be questioned through tho folly of
the people, rather than to mismanage the
public business with a high reputation.
I illl not one of those who think that
commanders ought at no time to rvcejve
advice; on the contrary, 1 should deem
that man more proud than wise, who
regulated every proceeding by the stand
ard of his own single judgment. What
then is my opinion? That commanders
should be counseled chiefly by persons of
known talent; by those who have made
the art of war their particular study, and
whose knowledge is suriveil from expe
rience: from those w ho are present at the
scene of action, w ho see Ihe country, w bo
sen the enemy, who see the advanlaaea
that occasions oiler, and who, like people
embarked ill the Same ship, are kharersof
the danger. 1 f, I here fuse, any one Ihmks
himself qualilied to give advice respect
ing tho war I am to londucl, which may
prove advantageous to the public, let him
not refuse Ins assistance to the Mate, nut
let him some with me into Macedonia.
He shall be furnished with a ship, a
horse, a tent; even his trav. ling ( barges
shall be defrayed. i:ut if he thinks this
too much trouble, and pil fers the ri pose
of a cilv life to tho toils of w ar, let him
not, on land, und. Hake the ofliee of 1
pilot. The city, in il-lf, furnishes abuu
dance of topics for onv.-r 101,; . t it
(online its p1-5n.11 for talking wiihin its
own precincts, and rest assured that we
shall pay no attention lo any counsel but
such as shall be given within our s amp.
A bird collector died in Paris, lately.
A test of sagacity on his part was to in
sure the attendance of Ihe jakdagi.f
the Louvre lo bis fuin rl, which he tf
fe Ii d iu the following manner :
His residence wa on tlx- uai Voltaire,
and for tho I no t ai-vtii ) ears of Lis life he
alvtays placed on Ins balcony, exactly at
three, o'll'.ik ill tba ao'icninou Ben ral
i!a'es uf no at cut in small pieces. Tho
ja . kdaws were most punctual in their
attendance, lis bad, therefore, only to
give thrt -lions tn his will that his fn
nrial should take place at three precisely.
The ja. kdsws i iiih- lhal day na ueual
am!, if te had wished to have real mourn
ers, be cert nly sue. .ed.d ; for, a a their
tiaiial mral bad nol been prepared, they
wtre loud in their laiinn ations, lo the
amazement of all th- fri-nJ whoalicud
"l hi obsK-quie.
Itebel lercltnnl-..slr, yOUMfr M4I1
of ilia) tfpper leu.
The Memphis .correspondent of the
Cincinnati Cmnnftrial makes the follow
ing interesting statements in regard to
certain influences hrnnnli.t to bear for ihe
HOW TI1KV KKl't'lilATK.
Tho people of the North socio to over
look entirely the fact that the repudi
ation acts of the Southern Mates have
done more for the Confederacy than all
tho fortes they have in the' field. In
Memphis, especially, it made converts lo
Ihe cause of Jeff. Davis. Men w ho owed
100,000 to Northern merchants, saw an
opportunity to becomo rich aad palrmtic
aThe same time to become rabid e
cegsionisls, donate $1,00(1 to (be equip
ment of a Confederate company, and thus
enrol themselves upon the scroll of mar
tyrs to a holy cause, while in reality
the y pocket S'.m.Ouo by their sacriflce
As an instance of this, let me mention
the case of Wiley B Miller, a wholesale
and retail dry goods merehai j ot this city,
who was the first to espouse tho cause of
secession nfler th? ptwtge nf t!us i fpiulinliort
(i.r, and who, on the approach of the
federal gunboats, lell for tho Interior
with all his chattels and e Meets. His
Northern debts to-day will not sura np
less than $200,000 and ho "madu" this
amount by the secession of Tennessee.
Mr. Miller was Chairman of the Mem
phis Committee of Safety a self-constituted
body of Metropolitan guerrillas.
whoso sole mission was the oppression
and robbery of men suspected of loyally
to the Federat Government.
The repudiation act all'eots Union men
of the South also. If, for example, a
merchant living in Memphis with a long
list of debtors iu -Mississippi and Ala
bama and most of the Memphis mer
chants havo more or less money due them
in this way -takes the oath of allegiance
to tho Federal Government, and the fact
becomes known In the secession regions
of the Souih, he ia dechued an alien ene
my, and loses all that is "coming to
him," by his " brethren of the Interior."
THE VOt'NO MKN OF TUB SOKTU.
Southern papers, since the inaugura
tion of the rebellion, have been lavish in
their praises of the viaterirl of th Con
federate ariuy. 1 boy told us in tbe be
ginning that the "best blood" of the
South was enlisted to meet the Lincoln
hirelings on the battle-field. They sighed
for foe men worthy of their steel, and be
wailed not so much the numerical lore
as the social status of the Federal forces.
More recently they have given us highly
drawn pictures of desolated cities in the
South, of wealthy young .Southerners
seeking death at the cannon's mouth, of
their " best blood shouldering musket
in defence of their rights." When I ar
rived in Memphis 1 expected to find a
city in w hich there was not a young man
to bo found. I looked for nothing but
disconsolate maidens mourning the ab
sence, of their lover, mothers weeping for
sons w ho had gone forth in pursuit of
Soul hern rights, fathers chi'Htianly re
signing tliiniseltes to vacancies at the
family board, caused by th general rutiu
of adolescent chivalry to tho scene of
strifo and contliet. f expected to find
the male population composed exclusively
of little boys, who, with all the ardor of
their youth, crqwiuacd the caui of the
South by singing songs aud cheering the
cause: and old men, tottering ou the
brink of tho grave, with but one ambition,
lo be buried in the folds of the stars and
bars. 1 was disappointed. I do not be
lieve Memphis ever contained a greater
number of "young gentleiut'ti" than at
present. I f thousands of the "best blood"
have gone forth to do battle in defence
of the South, tho best blood must be con
tained in one of Anderson's inexhaustible
bottles. There are to-day enough of this
class vi:fini!fi.t in the city to make at
h ast two full regiments, and a similar
number of young men less disposed to
enlist cannot be found any place in the
L'uiled Stales. As a general thing, they
are snobbishly eloquent jn their denun
ciation of the federal cause, but a for
their injuring ns in the battle-Hold, I
have no fear for that.
1 do not wish lo be understood as say
ing that none of the wealthy and so call
ed respectable young men of the South are
in the rebel army. Hut the number is not
000 tenth a great a the people of the
Nutl'i have been led to (oppose. I klwW
of several wealthy familie here w ho have
relative in that army, but not s ua of
them are in the ranks they ar- nil otli
It is a fact denied by none, to elude
the grasp of the press gang, snd the pro-vim-'ii
of the conscript ad, huudieds of
young linn without' employ nient, and
willing to accept of almost any employ,
merit in civil lite, fled lo the wood and
concealed themselves for a whole week.
( Hhers gave neatly all the money they
had in their possession to bribe the prss
gang, or provide substitute. I mention
these facts that the people of the NUrlli
may not be gulled by Ihe constantly cir
culated reports of Ihe siiiaiiiiinly of the
South. 1 feel safe in speaking with respect
to Memphis, snd savin, that whatever
may be the fn ling "U the subject of se
cession, if one cmp"y t volunteers, out
of the thouaaud of able bodied idler who
pass Iheir lino' from day to day at the
eires t corners and in the private gamb
ling hells of the city, could save Ki ti
molol for the Smith, and give a prrnia
lieiil iicce lo the (lute of th roulfd
era. y, it 1 eul l not he raised.
DiAm.UAN' K or N, mx r The dis
covery iaf the diaapirf-ai ao e of one or two
nebul.s in the heavens ha nnled (he
liveliest interest among astronomers. o
luilookt-d for a pheaomi ii'.u fairly atar'.lrs
the hardctt understanding. Ol.jmts
hitherto regarded is firm, nidui ing and
fixed as the pillars of the smiver, have
be. u found tut unstable as an autumnal
meter. WLkt great grvolulmu i-' M
troiioiuy 1 al.'.ul here to Imb iuad, no t:
1 an t .u.jei ture. Th aw t il mystery only
b ighteiis on relict torn, and vague, shad
owy foreboding- of tbe " roileoueas of
tba pillared In MiSiio lil ' cr-"Wtl up-l 'be
imaginaiioii. JJ "I CVmcht.