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For Freedom an nationality.
n. V. fflEICCKIC, 1 .lllor.
THUSMUY HORNING JULY 31, 1HC2.
It i tho fixed imrpoBu of the leading
rebels f Kentucky, to scourge thii great
tubacco growing region with all tho evils
of gncrrllla warfare, if possible. ' The
cliicfa and tlioir undorstrappera are now
busily employed in raising recruits, se
lecting Suitable (ilopj)ins places, and pro
curing spies and informers preparatory
to a series of incursions .through. th
I'irat, Second, and Third Congressional
Iiistricts, which embrare, ' some of the
most beautiful 'and fertile parts (t (his
State. , The Cunfederale lenders are anx
ious to havo control of tho Cumberland
river from' a point rcjni-distant from
Clarksvillo aii'l this city, down nearly to
its mouth, so as to render its navigation
hazardous. Tho guerrilla leaders know
that a vast sum of money has been re
reived bv the tobacco growers ' throuiilt
tho region referred to recently, and hope
to replenish their pockets by general rob
bery. We advise the planters to dispose
of their funds without delay, if (hey wLh
to keep it from tho hands of those shame
less and insatiate thieves. , It is certain
that the tobacco crop will bring an enor
nions prick- during the coming Fall and
Winter, and the guerrilla leaders have an
eye bh this. ' A successful tour through
that region would be 83 profitable as tho
piracy of a California sU-iuor These
raids can be prevented by the planters, if
they have the patriotism and the energy
to do it.1' If they will begin immediately
to organizo forces for twelve months sir
vice in the .Statu, break up th guerrilla
nests before the egga aru batched and
the riper puts out its bearl, 'contribute
money liberally to fitting out youug men
who have not tho- meaiis to go into the
service, and show Ity. their words and
conduct tbal tliey-i in earnest, about
putting down these guerrillas, they' will
have no trouble with them! Hut if the
fold their arms in i'lkiif M,fttid trust .solely
toothers for protection, they will embol
den and virtually invito tho marauders to
ravage and 'desolate thefr farms, and cut
off all trade and commerce. We urge
our friends to attend to this in time.
they dowo predict that they w ill find the
coming Fall the most lucrative 'tenm thsy
have ever yet enjoyed, and good tobacco com
.. maudlng fiom $20 to S'iO wx ..hundred
Farmers, will you act the part of vigilant
and determined patriots, and prosper,
or will you imitate (he example set you
by tho infatuated cotton planters who,
instead of meeting treason at the outset
yielded to it, until they find themselves
tho helpless victims of its fury, and (heir
splendid plantations ono wido field of
black and smoking desolation? Arm im
mediately 'against (ho guerrillas drive
(hem out of your country you have no
a day to lose. ,
Tho JlulValo (N. V.) Ci mine, rial says
A dispatch from den. Mc.Clellan'
licaunuat'tcrs savs that "ninnv remgna
(ions of ollicrrn arc being sent in, but
none are granted, except to (hose who are
worthless.'! When the gentry who have
worn shoulder straps and drawn Ciov
ernmcnt pay during the long months of
preiiaratioii, abandon tlinr pmts and re
turn to (heir homes, like cowards, in the
hour of danger, let it lie remembered that
(hey were allowed to leave the mmy
simply because they have been (tied anil
found "worthless,' and Hint McUellan
prefers (o have their posts occupied by
men who aro competent to till them hon
orably and with profit to the country.
Cannot sonic means be devised to rid
the army of the leeches who have fastened
themselves upuu it, to suck out its life
blood? At (be hotels of nearly every
city may be Seen scores of stout, stylishly
dressed young officers, who havo been
absent from their post ami their v"in
mands for weeks, and in some instances
for months. W hen w ith their commands
they are insolent, tyrannical, and distant
to their soldieis, and bhow tho most
heartless iudiU'eieiice to, . or tho most
w retched ignorance of the ir wants. Hun
dreds of noble men are sacrificed to (he
iticoiiipvti ucy of their oll'u-ers. This in
competence must be branded as infamous,
and not only infamous, but the Govern
ment most punish it with the heaviest
penalties. It is a fact (hut multitudes of
creatures we cannot call them men
have gone into the army tt m,, ink,
and lead a life of frolic and dissipation ;
Mouslrous as this asset lion may seem to
many, ll is most paiulully (me. Now, of
all professions that of a soldier, and es
)eia!!yf an cfLvr, is the most laburnum,
aud demands incessant care, sobriety,
iudiutiy, energy and foititude. An otll
cer in tiuis of wsr, has no tiuis to throw
away iu idle pastime ; (lie safety of his
country which employs him demands it
all. Jt is utterly infamous in one to
whoso care the live of hundreds are
committed, to spend bis dajs anil nights
in dissipation, which makes him listless
in tcinHT, aluggi.sU and stupid in mind,
id indolent in body. The oluYcrs of our
army should be emphatically tttki 'j turn.
We do not mean persons w ho follow man-
n.J K1k !a s. (hoiich in hundreds of
instances this is highly desirable; but it
is of vast importance that our Captains,
Colonels and (ienerals, should be men of
dietetic, iudiibtriou and sola r habits.
A lay ollicer is a reproach to Lis pro
fession, livery one who kecks to com
mand otheis, bhould know (hat while lie
seeks a post where i cat u.seluliu sb in
certain, and ient glory possible, he also
seek a post suir.oiiol.il with ceitaiu
perils, dillicullies and incessant labors.
V'hT is no holiday businrsn, for Hie en
trrUinmiDt of uprtue pen'letm n nrnl
fasliiniiabli beaux; il is hUtii coiillit-t
which taxc, to th utmost nil thr jiowpm i
of mind and body. A , commander,
whether high or low, should be vigilant
for the comfort and health of his soldiers;
lie should have them as well fed, as well
clothed and os well lodged as himself,
as far as possible; be should attend vigi
lantly to their health, and watch over (he
sick ; he should be with his force always,
with rare exceptions, a::d never bo ab
sent in time of danger; bo should cul
tivate the eitainUu: nta gaiu tlie af
fections of his men, punishing the bad
and honoring (he brave;. ho should .never
allow hit soldierf to be stragglers, and
should dread a surprise by (he enemy as
one of, the most disgraceful things that
ould. befall him. -. JViublLi-a many have
entered .the arny with good, in tun lions,
wtiu mm now that t!ioy,lall short or this
standard. We blame them not for their
ignorauc -all men vaniot know 'them
selves but we do demand of all such
ollli ers, in tho namo of an imiiurilled
country, (hat thy shall Immediately re
Bi'gn, and let their commands be talnu by
those w ho will sacrifice all they have got
upon the nltar of their country. .. . .
, . Vttlue of Uclf O.tlUa,
Oenoral Iji.'cw 1j:sua, ex-tut mber of
the Kentucky Legislature, eS-Mayor
Jayi-ai!?, and P.ev. Mr. PMij.hr, were all
suspected of treason some months ago,
ami Were either put under bonds or p&
robjd. The other day they were arres'od
for aiding MunnAx in hfs raid as base a
crime, as a man could commit.. Now,
here we have (hree citizens of high posi
tion manifesting a readinexs to porjuro
themselves in order to aid tho rebellion.
Why should the 'Government trust any
longer to the oaths of rebojp whose firs)
rule is to disregard -all solium obliga
tions? ' 1 ' !
' The Kichniond ijnquirer, the great or
gan of Virginia Secessionism, said, not
long since, that "slavery is a ntcessdru con
dition in, socictv, but the negro is luiter
tidaptei lit 1mI condition OtnH tits xcltiUman.''
Mark: slaves are necessary, but black
, ...... . . . .i
suves are oest. wnat ir you cannot get
limit slaves' enough, ?,.,' Why' then, take
vihite ones. A pour w hile mudsill is no
thing, and his back will by degrees be
come hardened (o (ho lash of the South
ern planter, while his wife and daugh
ters boconio the victims of his lust. To
this tho South is tending with slow but
sure steps ; and unless the white labor
ing classes and men in moderate circum
stances in the Slave States awake imme
diately, a fate more iniNcrable than 1ho
degraded negro awaits them and their
posterity. The rebel slaveholder is al
ready jealous and fearful of his poor
noighbor, and will seek to keep him
within safe limits in future by the strong
bonds of slavery and a standing army.
(Vtr'Thc I've men in all parts of the
State aro giving their time and money to
fill up the regiments. The dead men
are doing nothing. Chiia jo Journal.
Yes they are wo can smell them (lis
linctly as (hey "come betwixt the wind
and our loyilru." They are riding about
in their collius, attending Democratic
and Conservative conventions, waving
their "green and festering" shrouds fo
banners, singing lugubrious ditties about
"IJuckatid Ih-ock,'' and keeping time with
the rattlingof (heiriwn bones; while (hrir
creaking and richrtty skeletous dance
like Tain O'Shantcr's witches, over their
own tombstones, which they haul along
for a platform.
Wuat a Cow DiJ Jdl! tiis Wak
Since the days of tiuy Karl of War
wick and his monstrous cow no animal
of that kind lias attained such historic
pio-emincnco as one has ac- ui n 1 in Oi
lcan county, .V 1. Hi.' lncnlciit as
told by tin! Albany Argus is that whcH
a war subscription was set on foot a far
mer of moderate means contributed .M)
uiid a ifio. livery ono conceded that
this was liberal, but it occurred to a
friend that the cow might be turned to
excellent account. Lots were to be cast
for her, and -V tickets, at 1 each,
were distributed' and paid for. This,
practically; brought up (ho fanner's sub
scription to SJ.'i.Y Hut the cow was
destined to do still better. The winner
put her up at auction, nnd mure
v.ero added to the fund, making the ag
gregate ir.-i."). L'ut it was deemed a
pity that a cow so thoroughly patriotic
khoiibl be sold so ylicap, and the result
was that wcro added to the pur
chase money, making ...' a n'.i a.gr. gaUi
contribution to the fund if-M, besides
the S".U from her original owner!
VulljUtt that cow 1 Who but a tt'f ej
a f'l.'m. Mould f.iivr ikiw to the rebel
lion V As (iene ral McCl l I l.AV said, "e
shall have no more Hun affairs," but
shall t,;r safely into ii.it t.
Tho Louisville Dtnur
great ileal ol" truth ;
I. oval people are beginning to ask se
rionsly w hetlier the (iove rninent intends
to put down tho re hellion. All who have
a knowledge e.f its vat resources and
powe r know it can crush the' rebellion
out. With all the farilnie of war in the
North, a white population .,f nearly
twenty-three millions against an oppo
sing population ,f h ss than six millions,
there e an be no ouestion .,1' the tmuvr f,f
(he Geivernnient te. overwh. Im and utte rly I
conrpierthe trait.ws f the South. The
forbe arance e l t he t enunent has evased '
(o be s Milne. It hm ,. ,,.V14 I
obstacle to our sue, ess. I
And ill the name e.f the opp.csscd, j
plumb red and outraged I'moii im-p e.f.
Tenne sse e-, e eh mai d that this elaiima- I
Lie stupidity, and trilling with the've ry '
hl'ee.f (he country shall stop in, tin diati lv. !
The ou ri'i'
'f 'Kil llll.-i J', i
1 I,' ..'I ! ff ii
k.i is lnaiiiiip- a r ny
'r tty t..a i t'
liisiili lil if it iMi't K i lip.
Tlm Spirit of .trlalorrnrr.
I is rcmarValjlc fact (bat wln-rcvrr
in" ' ri(itcraUc communitr. r familv
v. d, i found, wbrtLor in the North or in
the Bonth, there are foatnl partisan vf
the xiuthern aristocracy who ore in ro
be Hi on. T.irds of a feather wilMlock lo
gethe r, or if untoward hindrances to a
close communion exists, they answer
ach other's notes with wonderful exact-
in as anef harmony. The newly apfiint-
ed Jud.'e of tho United Slates Court is a
self-nvmle fnan, but according to tin les-
(imony of a load iiig. Democratic 'and
iVnli-Adiuiuistraliou journal, is a mail of
great, ability and integrity. Another
Northern paper, however, which sympa
thizes with the rebels, ojiens a blackguard
notice of thei new Judge w ith tht follow
ing nentence: ' 1
"Aoout twenty yeais age a big, raw-
boned, brawny young f. How, ugly, awk
ward and unlearned, migrated Irom tins
country to Iowa, and alte r being in that
young State about a ye ar, be wa elected
Now', we know nothing of the funessof
the new .Tndge for his olliei1, and - conse
quently fchallsay riothing on that point.
Hot we say that such absurd slang as
T( haVc just epioled shows plainly (hat
it author is a snob in feeling. Tho
young man was "big," yes; "raw-boned,"
yes, and "brawny,"' yes, and still moro
ho was "ugly," and most unpardonable
ollenrc in tiie eyes of snobby, he w is
"awkward." Lot el, what a turning up of
noses there was among the white-vested
young lawyers, who attend little tca
pai'tfes, when this backwoods boy ap
proached the bar! "Owah pwafession is
dlsgwsccd fawevow!" exclaims soap-lock
as he takes down his quizzing glass.
1'robably thoir contempt grow into hatred
when the baekwnoils lawyer wdny in
order to make up for the disadvantages of
e ry life, sits all day in his study, and
half the night iu his very first caso
elisplays more kriow h-dgeof law than all
his idlo'and elisipacd competitors at the
bar. . ...
Very well, a black heart's jers are a
wonderful help feeqile-ntly to a poor and
friendless young man of the right pluck.
Uenky Clay was noted for his lauk and
uncouth appearance when he lirst came
to tho bar, but how soon all bowcel in
reverence to tho glorious e-loqueuce of the
''Mill Boy of the Slashes." And Ameri
can history is full' of similar instances.
Why the groat Demosthenes himself, (he
Trince of Grecian t-IoiUcuce, was hisseel
from (ho rostrum on his first appear
ance. There is a 'blind revei-eflce for
family, rank, elegant dress and court
ly .manners, in many weak minds
even in democratic America, and thou
sands secretly elisliko the idea, as Mr.
Clayton did, that a man should "rise
from tho ranks of the people aud be
elected I'losidetit. as Ann LiXeOl.N did."
How such vermin lovo to bito at the I'ro
lident, or at sumo civil or military officer,
not because he is unqualified, but becauso
ho is "of poor family," or ho is "raw
boned " and " awkward." It is dreadful
to be under such an olhYer. Why is not
power coulided to gentlemen, whose Ion
experience in fashionable society renders
(hem courtly anil polished in (heir msn
tiers? This fcelttis; has had much (o do
with the existence of treason amongst
females. Wouimii have a natural fond
jiess for display and what is called fash
ionable life. Uvhon truly says:
" M..i ii", !:!. ii'.hCo. at c -r .'.v.l rlT'
The first dream of a boureliiig-school
Miss is an Adoi.piii s, with a star on his
breast, a ribbon in his button-hole, a fea
ther in his hat, or an epaulette on his
shoulder. Lincoln has big hands, and
used (o split rails, w hile Jki'i'. Davis is a
we-11 -dressed planb-r (educated at the
expense ef the Government), and, there
fore-, she cries, "Hurra for Dixie!"
Much of the secession feeling originates
in fe eble-minded snobbishness, and thou
sands of mothers who wear red and white
roses in their bonnets w ould go stark mad
with joy at tho proposal of a Duke or an
Karl, or o Count, (o marry one of their
daughters. These things should incite
tho poor young men of the country, aud
all those w hom fortune has placed in the
humbler walks of life, to stand boldly up
for our democratic institutions, which
ope n the path of pri fi rment, not to fine
dressing ami wealth, hut to talent and
industry; and to resist the first en
croachmenls ef that spirit of aristorracy
which has been the curs"' of So many na
lions. Young men, have you, thougl
poor, an honorable ambition to serve your
country ami (o rise in tho world.' J.
(her, elo you w ish to leave your e hildre n
the blessings e.f flee govi rimu nl '! Then
placo yeur Ives not em the side of those
who sneer at rising pourty, and who
would give ollice to none saro the own
ers cf vast estates, but on t li side of the
independent middle class, who possess
tho moral und physical hiii nglh of the
fjr'We understand that (pille an as
bortiucnt of rebels, some of them guer
rillas, we re brought up yesterday by tho
Dig Grey r.aglc Irom Haw esville, h ens
h.uei, Henderson, and below Henderson.
We are told that a few of the prisoners
are men of cotijdderahlo wealth. In
many places it has been a nutter of
complaint (hat (he rich rebel prisoiiot
find no el.lli.ulty in getting released
whilst the poor ones arc kept in cotitine
inetit. We arc entirely confident that
no reason or pri tcxt for such complaint
will be give-u here. .'...-r. 'V J '.
It is outrageous, that such favoritism
bhould be shown to a class w hie ll is the
m.st guilty, we w ill never put dow n the
re-hellion until we kill its aristocracy and
coiili.-ealo its treasures, 'these ce.nsli
tute the Soul of tho re bellion,
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The following order is in accordance
with the views we advanced some day
Oaiho, July 28.
. The following order has boon issued :
General Order X. 1 1.
HKAlKfHAIiTF.rlS DlST. WfST TkNS
Co ins Kit, July 25, JSC'J.
The attention of the Major-Gcueral
ronimaneling having been called to the
fact of iH-rsons w ilbiu this District viu-
pathizing Willi tho rebe llion, who have
cotton for sale and refusing United States
Treasury notes in payment therefor, or
anything ; othor ttsn gold - and silver,
which is paid them by apocnlateirs whosa
love of gain is greater than their love of
country, and . the cold and silver thus
paid indirectly affording aid and com
t'orbto (he enemy renders necessary the
publication of Hie following order : -
1 irst. V mm and aflef Wig first da v of
August, lStt'2, golil and silver will not he
paid within this district, by speculators,
for dhe products of the valley. United
SUics Treasury Dotes are legal Under in
all cases, and w hen refused tho patties
refusing them will b arrested, and such
of their crops as are nod reouiivd for the
subsistence of (heir familie-s, stork, A',H
may be scixeel ami sold by the nearest
quartermaster for the benefit of (hose
whom it nisv concern.
Second. Money so received will be
acennnted for by the ollicer ree-elving it
in his) 'next account current, and used
for the benefit of tho Government -only
to be' paid to the owners of corns Id on
orders from authority above District
Third. Any sneulator tiayine out
gold or silver in violation of this order
will be arrested and sent North, and the
property so purchased turned over to tha
proper Department, for the benofitof the
Fourth. A strict enforcement of ' this
order is enjoined upon all officers in this
y command of Maj. (Jen. U. S. Graht.
John a. rawlinos, a. a. u.
Jefkek'sos City, July 29. Col. Gul-
ion, of the Ninth Missouri rcgimeuf, re
inforced by Lient-Col. Shall'er, of Mer
rill' Horse, and Major Caldwell, of Third
Iowa cavalry, CoO strong, were attacked
al Moore's Mill, seven miles East of Ful
ton, yesterday, by I'ortr and Cobb, UOO
strong, and after fighting till after 4
o'clock 1. M., the rebels were completely
routed with a loss of from 75 to 100 iu
luUcel, wounueel, and one taken prisoner.
Colonel Guitar reports a loss of forty-
five killed and wounded, .lie captured
guns, ammunition, baggage, A.C., iu pro
fusion, luo ollicera and men behaved
flplenelidly. Cobb is reported killed. .
Colonel Guitar resumed tho pursuit
last night, and will follow them over the
Nbw Yohk, July 29. The Tribune
has tho following:
"It is whispered that Gen. Ifalleck has
sent all the spades in Gen. McChdlan'g
army to the rear, and has ordered mus
kets to the front. All eveuls, there was
no digging" therefor tha' first time for
many weeks on (ho day after his visit to
tho peninsula. Steps are being taken to
bring loyal blacks by the huudreel from
the valley of the Shenandoah within the
hues of Gen. Sigel s army corps to
what military pursoses they aro to be
devoted l not known.
The correspondent of the Philadelphia
ZVf'f at Hilton Head, S. C, notices with
just indignation the conduct of some
I'cderal officers. Thero may bo such
men at other places,)and tho Government,
as tho guardian of tho country anil the
soldiers, should dismiss them immedi
otelylfrom tho public service.
While the war lingers in this manner,
many unprincipled officials, fastenod
like leeches upon the Veins of tho Gov
ernment, are rioting on its protracted
agonies, anel deliberately exhausting its
energies. I heir maxim is, Llutt lite Ui
ic.r the tear lasts tlie lorujir they mill' sport
their hono'.t, and tlie more the vumcy they will
tnakf; allot which : only too true, lake
a vii'w, if you please, of many of those
who wear the badge, and hold the com
missions, of the Government. On hoard
our transports, lliey occupy tlie "upper
rooms aud tho chu t place at the feasts;
in short, every attention und cowwt they
usurp at (, as u matcr if cur.it; while,
even the sick and weary-worn private
must beg, ami often beg in vain, for a
breath of air, or s crumb from their
bountiful ami hilarious repast! Does
tlx.. Government grant its commission (o
any hum for such purposes of villainy ?
I low I!t. i:ntv JoitNSos'.s Vjsrr tdNiw
Ollkans. AXevv Orleans correspond
cut of tho Dostou Traveller writes as fol
Hon. lleverdy Johnson is hre as com
missioner from the State Department to
investigate the little difficulties between
General liutler andlhe foreign consults
His opinions upon the subjects matter
havo not yet transpired, but I b-arn from
pretty good authority that hi report will
sustlin ths General in all essential par
titulars. He will return on the fill ton
w hich w ill sail iu three or four days.
Anur.s i rn tiik Act. On Friday last,
a body of Union soldiers heard ofagang
of guerrillas, w ho were depredating in
the country some htteen miles hark o
Henderson. They immediate-ly starter
in pursuit, and suddenly came upon
them just as they were in die act
hanging a I nloit man. They had the
rope around his neck and one end of it
thrown over the limb of a (ree, and were
j ust m the acf of elrawitig turn up w hen
they we re snrpried. Two of Ihe ni, who
seemed (o hae charge' of tho rope and
the arrangements for the hanging were
captured, "he rest of the gang escaped
by taking to the boshes. I he (wo rap
(ureil villians w ere put into irona, and
we re brought up on (he Grey Lale,
ClIAKUKS AllAIVr tir.KFliAt, M III, II I.I,.
I he i-UU'iiii nt iubliiiliil in tliu ll, ralil,
pui -purl inj to lie ml alislrart n( tlitcnti
liiony of C'olom l .1. Not t"ii,'f (lie
Twriity-f.rnl 01ii', lu fore the cuuiinilttr
on th-1 1 n ln; I of tho war, iu relation to
(i.-iiiiial Ihlclnl, convey an mtircly
fiilau iinpi'iMiioii. Culoml Norton hum
ntur t'ainint J aa a witm ia by that
I'ouimittre. It is uinl'rlool that ho
Volunleiriil a Matt-incut to Soino uu-iu-l,i
r (if it. and hoimo noti of the leail H'
jioint were taU'ii, not aa tintiuiony, toil
imicly an ihita for future action, houlil i
th- eoinniitt.e at any time determine to j
in.sti;:ato tlie lintlrr. It ii anccittd '
iijioii good authority that the records of j
tl,e coiiiiuitte ' contain no reference
whatever to 1 he ease of ln-u. .Mitiliel.
c lC 1 .'I Jlill.
Louisville Express suppressed and
Tr opriators Arrested !
Attack, on Sterling, Kentucky!
Repulse of tho Rebels with great
'I I i . ! 6
' : v .i.u Li lossi .'
Capture of Two Vessels with their
: . 'i'l. . Cargoes!
France about to oiler, mediation J
Gens. Price and Ilindman to com
mand Missouri and Arkansas 1
Reported Evacuation of Richmond?
Rebel Rams to co-operato with tha
Army at Norfolk !
Loclsvim.k, July 00. Tho Louisville
Express newspaper has been suppressed,
and tho editor and proprietors, arrested
for publications aiding the re bellion.
Mount Sterling was attacked by guer
rillas yesterday, who Were repulsed by
Maj. Cracht of the 3lh Kentucky Kegi-
nu-nt, with great loss. The Feelerals had
four wounded, two of whom mortally.
The Federal steamer Iluntsvillc cap
tured (ho schooner Agness from Nassau,
and sent her to Key West. The steam
er Leliance was also captured with
New Yohk, July 80. Tho steamer
Australian via Quecnstown with dates to
tho 20th, has arrived. The House of
Commons was discussing the propriety of
recognizing- the Southern Confederacy.
Taylor and Lord Falun:! ston are against
, Liverwol,Juy 19. Breadstuff steady.
Corn advancing. Consols JWaOIW '
Tho London Herald says Franco is
about to offer mediation to America.
. Memi-his, July 30. Gen. Price has got
twenty-five cannon over tho Mississippi
river, and is endeavoring to cross hi
Tho rebels say Prico is to command
Missouri ; Gen. Ilindman, Arkansas ; and
Gen. Magrudur over both.
The Freni'h are to blockade Tampico
and Alvarado on the loth.
j Washington, July 30. Contrabands
say that Richmoml is being evacuated.
It is rumored from Norfolk that two
Rebel rams are ready to co-operato with
the leebels there against the Federals.
New Yobk, July 30. Gold 14
t ii r, a t it r. .
PuiViuxl Ai fr'prVuc,...
W 11. Kvrrttt. ,
S. T, Siniouft,
... Sl:i.P Miitiitu'iT
Tliurtdiiy r.vtiuiiiut July 3li lSft2
Drnrr : " When a Little Kmn ire 7,cj,"
Mat I'KRSAr.n stvl Jt a. IU t-KI' t.Ii,
Mr. and Mrs. TURTLE.
PROPOSALS FOR FLOUR.
(truer. fnMM!SMRY vr jtrsihtfavi:,
Namiwmk, 'J July .'lotli, i9ti.
irs wn.i, ik uccKiVKi at una on. h e
until (' lu' k, P.M., iuninDAY, Am'iihI 7th,
lv, (fY'.m p-runrm lujftt Ut ttu .rnrtirut of tin
I DittU SiuicM) V. r
1,000 BARRELS EXTRA FLOUR,
T b tMtwriKi l the (iuh.-ltfiiiu Sur bmiv, in
N.i-li Ul-. on r h't'. iu lb'- l"Mi .,f Au-i, (si..
Hi'i pufl nhi' Vir fpti. M .rk' -t hiinipLcn
i.-iim -(.! with Hi.)-.
S'i;ii -i ii'ul (Mhiu t J'iMaln i ill In? rrc'i -'1 Tit
fnri.Uhiiitr the sinif am-ntnt b''ivi'cii tht? lctli mi l
IMIi M A'lptlfll. lv.i.
l'rotf-nlw will l'f oii'l' I ni-il ' '- " i f.-r Flnur,"'
nitJ ilinxu-.l lo It. MA' l'Cf:! V .
J'ih Hli-l Ctti'l. hivi Sni.
PICK H AN DMCH Mum good Unvy split
Committed to Jail
V PiivirlMtn cmni. ,)ily -.'s, lHS'i, ttt'irrft nun
whoauytt um nitii la ALL 1. , mi l fiuiiitt tu
A Tin! ('iii.-l.a'i, (if lavii'iun 'mnty, T tin., ou the
Nu t'iibvil.a I'ik-' ; n aliui i ycura ; wi lhn aixxil
l.'i i '..nu.if ; 6 1'i'i't 7 lUi'lam hlli ; clut , b' It ; n aa
on h-itu I aii'lB
lb wurv U rrVtiflAl to ootiio fom nrdt prove
prnpM ly and ty ciijwa an tU law ti r t in.
J. M IIIMuN,
toly.M at miTilTim Jathir nf l C
Committed to Jail
OT Iavi!iin Vmnty, Tnn.( July 21 lHfl', ft nff.ru
tUiiri, wilt ial hi lUtn-i i aAlf, lilitl mltl
tu 11. J) u ui Ml , ol tuiiW Un i -Hii,iy 1 1 nil ; fcurtt al-xut
f yt-nrit; 6 f. f t B Inrh- huh; w ihn uhout H
pnimiia . xoor uUuk ; a mull h jr on f-ri liritl.
'llij WJier ta re'i'MttMl lu cuut t rward, pruvr
pruj. ' My, ati J Nay i hi fc'u-, lh ' w lir. i t
J M. 1UNTIE,
j u 1 31 tt Miff id autl Jaiiif of 1. J.
Committed to Jail
Or iMVWltuxi i-oiuity, Ii'itu,, July m, 1(J, A ngro
mtii, ba Urn vmu: M''a!S, anl bwhiuK'
t W Tucker, of IMHn rf,ir.l imitity, T nti ,
ftboui 40 ynira ; 6 ft 0 inhi bnt wotubti l'l
po'itiila , cIor. bii k ; iiii-ji cj k J im hiihiJ.
Tho (.yii r i r 'iHU I t c,.imii fr.irJ, ymt
prdprri) , aud (y tl.r aim tlw U dtrcri.
J. U. lllSlcN
Jj"rH -31 S'.cril! and Ja hr nf !. f
Committed to Jail
Or IhaviJ-ou Co .uly , Tt-nu , J'.lv 2 JStiJ, a n-rt
iiimi, no a bi iimtii" i4 I : I hH ki i l.itH,k -4
io A. Iiitif , Utiib' rtfi 'mi ly I hiii., yo
al'.Mil j y,-m , KdiLa loO tuuili . J . ; ;u 'Lt.h-4
bi('b ; ir, h' ...
mii'-r w r -ritti1 to nia forar1, p i t 4
piup ly, ftu-l Dy iiiuafJC'., ft Lbu in u.r -U.
J M (tlN I'lV,
ju ij ll-'t Hh Hft an I Jutior ti r
Committed to Jail
F tv.di-a c.unnly, Tern. , J.,ir 2e, .ij,
nii, ui. in, ii.tn. a luM . uu b.-
I. ,1 1 1 "i . ! I 1' h- rl"f I r- 11 '. 1 , T- 1111 ; e
1.-..1. . f. 1. 1 4 iu l'.-a h.li , mi-i ii. 1 n
11,- iih... r ;f u-b 'l I-. r ..r..i l( r..e
yro I . , 1.0.I (.1) cli i ,; a. IM U. w .1 r. e!
J. d IiImi.s,
;i) :i-ct ri. 'mi i 4 J. e,r, i . t .
Committed to Jail
Ol uvt : -u i: ..oi
lo i , win f-e . - li
T.i.u. Jn'v vi a l..o
i. in.e i I. K 1 , T. n I I..
lo Mali a..
M IU ...'ii.lv 'l.-nu fce eh, til
1 ii.i:..e h.ku , i.tiu iba ..u..i.
nii.f II r-in.t'ot t" (..rr.e 'orwer.l , j;".'-.
'I nf 1 1) , e t. I J .y I fe . u 'Ii.' ' ii",..
J M IIIM hV,
Ju.j.'.1-3i M.ej.Jata j...ir u. U. C.
Committed to Jail
OK lTiiHon OMiDtr, Tonn., July t. 1. ft rtro
mni , h bi ntnifl m 1 L.4, nnti ltltii.'m
tt Lev Wn-lr, of HotlH-'Dtirtl ( onn(T,1it. S4
ymr : 6 m-t 10 im 1h lnb wcifchfl nlMtt potln If
ltir,ljht I' ark.
Ihf dwitrr Wt riutM l vmo ttwarUt prova
irnprtT. ii J pay f luirm Vh- lw utis u
J M. HINToV.
Iu1j.11-.lt Sh.'n;! and Jait.ir P C.
Committed to Jail
Or l)vUlmio txmnty, TVmi., July t, M2 t nro
mn, wtM Mr h psm ta. 8i ald'. muJ hfioiiKri
t-t Jim. J .-Jit, of Will 4moti r.itiutiiT. Ti'in. ;
( ihii 23 ymn ; If. l 7 tnum huh; wohi 140
l..uii,! ; t'ti.tT, liUfli , P. r iu t!t h.-iul irom a hiiru.
Tim onr m ri'ttrt lo rm- forward, rtlvv
pri" rtv, nu-l u rliarptj an 'nr l"w .tir.i tt
J. M HlNTuV
julySI-;u fhorill mid Jailur of ft. C.
. , Committed to Jail, ,
Or ITi.'Mn rmihiy.T.'iin , Jul? SO, ft rnra
llttii, -bo aaB D-itih m loiiN,ft"tl ti-l o.a
1AII M atlm-ui, of Kntl.prforii O'lnttv, Tiin.;at(
about VJ ypftr ; ft fo-'t (t iurt htli'; vtfilia
ti iin-4 ; trr on lutt ofa I, and 'vctal oi lert
nMitt ; c.kr, b'ftck . ' ,
lim owinr im ri''i'tO'l io coino forward, provi
lroifrtyt aaJ pay charyM on Hit Uw Ji-. u.
J. M. HISToN,
J;313l HluriK anil Jai'nr o( P. 0.
Committed to Jail
OK r;irM',n I'miuly, Tun.t Jn ly 'ii, lSi;2, ft nfro
DikHi wlio mt 1 1 1 e. tlfttiM' im 1- I'llKN. nnil ticiolA
titi.fou I'm Yvr, rtf Wn'Mnu'lon O.imly. Wih. . fttfft
Si ytrn k lo t H Incliri t . I b ; wriui llil) hiUU.Ih ;
col'-r, t) k ; two ho. r. "n lrt wriit.
Ihc I'wiii" it r.n.---li',l lo conn, fr:ir,l, r.iT
pn,rtj, At)l pay rhurKd. fta tb Inw ilirr.1..
J. M MIS I'.iS,
J i'ni:it Sli.rlffanJ J il. r l I). C.
Ccrmmitted to Jail
Or Ia?hUii Oiinny, Trim , July V4, Imi.2, a n-ro
ui Ui, who any h untno I Al Ki, amt ht luiiKt
lo T tin It' ll, a liiiiiil-lr il.-r or Mr. Viti,-"m, tr I ftri'l
lon county, 'iVnn ; k" ah''t '.4 .na; weiha 140
(' ui i tt li-t 4 iwft Ui b ; cuor, cui-p. r , av.ir 00
lifl nub 1 1 rt'luml.
Ttif i in r in ri 'im-Bti'tl to r-'tii f n urJ, provi pro
pr(y, and piy choi(rra,a tltm law direct.
J M. itiSIuN,
ju y;!l 1(1 luTiff uiiJ Jmlor if I).
Committed to Jail
OP IiviJ,u Ciuttiy, Ti-ui'., Julr 10. ImH. a mum
mi, lio lays h n b.oti.' im K It 1.1 J I Kl- K, nl,1
iH-lougv lu hrHnclf Illrty, i( Mh1'o i otinty, AIh.;
M(ri, fchuul 7 Ji'urs : 6 fKa Hlt iik-Iu-b ;'w,.igtii
K.4 Hint iiitur, lletil eoppur.
llt dwuur 18 ci-(Uusli-l t" cump lurwtril, prove
pr.ii-urtj-, uud I'ftV i-lirK'-H 8 ttie luW itlr.-i-lii.
J. M. 11IMMN,
Jnlj St-St Slier. II mii.l Jmlur ll C.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavittimn County , Ttnn., June lfi, 1m1, a ni'jio
iiHti, who .iu hi nanii. ii JAck.iniil hel..iu
U.KKliatd HI. iff, ol lviiln Oiunly, 1 1 mi , Bf-i hI.oiiI
30 juari ; weiglia about 170 IDUUill ; Hun uut j B.-;ir
on rlKtil liainl
The owuur It rfH)ufwlil lo count ru'wHr.!, prove pro
porljr, ftiil .ijr clukig.a, iu ihe law il f r.--l a
.1 M. IllNTON,
' )u!y:il .It hhi-rllT n. Jllr of 11. c.
Committed to Jail
OF fnv'iloon eonnly, Ti-un. ,.1m!t 16, a m (rro
mill, who tym hie niiine ,J iiU.NMOloV, and l.r
'tilifre I i Joni. .u lit). "IMttri-imll C.'iml r , Thiiii. ; iii
a'to il ..I Venn. ; S l'"l a iu he tngh ; ool.tr, lniit-k ;
belui Ii.Uuu.Uj bar4 labor.
'1 h, owner fe re.iii,HliMl to come forward, . rove .ro
pottj. a'4 py flntip.B, im tut lew direct.
J. M, HISTON,
juty:il-r3t . . . Sheriff and Jailor ol il.C.
Committed to Jail
OF Irlilen Countr. Tt-uo , July 11, ldvl,a tietiro
eernw, who eave ber dniii la FASN' . end Ite-
V nie to Joo. A. Croclielt. of Murlrei-eltoro, Tv nn. ;
ageoiycen ; w i.li.lie almot liM pnun.ie ; 4 f'l H
Incnei iiiki , riKt eyeo.it ; e.:.ir!i oq it-it wrmt,uc.i
li..r the i writer of the U-lt cyo.
The ownt-r ie reinieeutl tu come forward, prove,
projierty, and wiy cnnreK, al the lew dlroete.
J. M. Hl.NTIIN,
)uly:ll-3t rherlll and Jailor ol 1). t
TJUASS SVrEI).-! I'.liic, Oicbar.l, IJ.ird.-,
V-a nn'i liinoihy .s-d, lor eelo l.y
lirccnriTs wanted von compasv uj
JV Klrnt lVfiinvut ot T'lim'-noo Cuvnlry. TUil
( uuipivny, now (iraiiLiiiK
At Columbia, Maury Co., Tenn.,
Ii mpldlv fiHinp: up, enl piftccntfi f ttra iudtin'Ui nhi
t nu n wihhuikf to intu artivn wn icu. Tlio fi 11114
tn mnfrtt of two Ctilig' Army llf "h -Tf , i r"vohts
t arl'inc.nii'l a Sn.irv 'I hf n-nml t-"tniiv ui" 1m h r'n
ol Land, ti'id Una llutttlred Uwllura t'fih
la p tid 1" a h tcrrnil.
Mitm Vot turthor Iitforniuti"n pply to
1-t. . V, ICAIII4i:il
JulyiUVd.H Kt'vMuilinn (Hlliur, Uilumbl
11,1- UK r AM Full TIIK UK " :UY ( 1
-nyoi a I11M1 unn'iitH,
4 0.HIMSS, ij:vi:i.stAc.t
hidoni'inu to tin City.whhh wt.rc t 1 k 11 fn-m tin
Knittiifcr'a I ,u r t inrut . in ttm hiwi-r etui ol the
M in Let llutitii', tliil ing thoft'i-krif thi'mii' hi Ft h
rmi 17 m .t. JMi, III i. ll bHTII,
jiilyni-dlm Mi nr.
RANAWAV FHOM TJ1K 81 liSTH 1 1! Kit,
ii'nr Nn-hvlll.', T. nn , on Hi- Mm, iUv m f O
A 1 1 1 1 1 , Mi'-, h Nt'L-ro nwiii nun. .1 Tll.MoN ; A
ui.. .m v )mik i ld , ft I'-i-t fi ..I t; incha hl. li , rt
tint'' t'l-i' k ; w liihk' th 'li w ln'ii hf h ll ; v. iI.h a i.
1 .U ." iti.l-. 'i)n und ' n 'll h.iltiH
t'W tint ai;o. An.) r.;i id tif s .l In M ,1 ir -in t th
tinid I1m 1U li.illn-, Hi.d K'd et l,Jill H-'on h d .
tilt I'Hll I. I nl UIV' tllrt ttlr-JVI- Kevwid for tin- il
livi-rv 'llh nl buy in t h Jul lit Nn-li v iUm, hi tli.it
I run t'ft td'ii.
jii0.i'Mllji. ROllKUT AT,
Library Association Co
it. fk After: cV i o
Drawi at COVINGTON, Ky.
ar 11 am .-, u i L' etc-
UiuLr the ,Huyi inteudence if c"ri
$5,000 to $40,000
Tifkrti from Or.f 1'f.lhir to Trij Ililliirs,
Oift. ri f(r Ti- Icta tl le pr-mi;ily rrnt y r
lu a umit.iu l our lUa- l Ij.-a...,;. ai-l ui u.i cur
AH or-l-ra f,.r Tnkt. fwldrea
TL FIIANCI1 & CO.,
i'.u'.r-- at i.l fr. e u:t ,!! rii.-
By W. E. Childs & Co.
1 AN'i.J 1US A'.il I Uo:.H'.',
At o. 52 Xorih t'ollfRC Mrtrt,
.v a ,i 1 . r f .v ,v a i.
I f .'. , k.i Tiri ih ,i i i f.n.i i.ii
I ; el-n.
tt.K.I rlA!l I' l sal l.r 1'SS.an-l al.IMM,
I . IM1'I.IMI.W I.A.NK-, at iu .i .
No. 5G, College Street.
FIKE LKLITABY CLQTH1HG
Officers' Fino Dress fS: Fatiftie
U 1ST I 1 O 1 1 M S,
A Miili'iitlltl Aaaorlmrnt of l ine
Fine Triiiikit, (Cupper UiveUJ,)
FiUP II I let' A,
U Htiv ImiM KmbrtiitlrrtMl
l'iuo I!nibroiilciir4, nf all Kiiulu,
Mlk ISuMier Conti,
All ilrK'K Pai i k Coi.i.Aug; I'.k.mus and
TiiiMMiMiK, nil kimli; Sii.k unit Ulntin.i
I'l.Aiis; Fish Oasiimkhb iSilikrs; Linkv
Sunn.-!, (Ialzr Sii.k, Uai.v.k Mini no and
I.1M.K TlIllK.M) UnTKUSIITUTS: 1 lit A H ailll
lkKK CJai-ntletth, Hlovf.h, At., iVc
General Railroad Office
liraaaAL lUu eot ano Oninr li. iir Oinct,
.No. .'i, Noi lh tli. irv .Hin.,1, ,
Hit tl.Hr fi oin I'nion )
1KRS'INS lcs;Kiimr leaving tin' elly l.e Rn'rovt,
V. Ill trim IK'l cel. 1. 1 I.v l.mehiUiil.tt th.-ir Ti,-k.
Uat Ulll I Hik e, wh.-re H, kel. eli In. tm.l lo till tlm
pi in. ii. ui cuiea in il,,. North, t-l an. I Weet. i.v I ho
hIioi ti el outl iiiimI i-eti.tlile oule , aleo, Tlrk. le f.oi he
hint to I lull Ih v lilt. Ant., and .-til liit.-rm.lt i to hin1k oil
tlm Niinhellli" a I'liatlaiioe-i, ami Telinraaee A Ala-
rei-Hona Koine K lat.liy unit lulin; Tnk. I. will h it o
their hiiKitw t liet-ke.l rioin any lintel or unit of Hi
citv n f.tr n.1 I.oinevllle, Ky.
run ho your Tlrkola the iluy nrovioni to leavittc.
eo tlmt t.itt eeti l.'avo your will (..r the (liimihne lo
oniney you lo the I.-h.i.
Ihroiiiih Hum of leiiit.e, rivlna for all eliueoa of
rreiKlit to nil tli iiln.-lial Cltnw IC.tet via IjiuwmIIu
A NitKht llle, J,.,.re..n ill.. A lii.liiiliiiiolni, H.-ll.-f ll
biine, New York tVi.tml, New York, Krli A V.-nnevl-veil
in lleilri'inle, or hy mtUn-, ut es h.er rute m hv env
I inn Hi only Anht n tl.li city that run fur-
nlhh Hill... I l.rotlt.K to the Emit hy all K -iIImumIh, or
vti Ben n in.
or lurtller inlorunitlon cull at I he UtIVe.
AV. , VttXUi,
tii-lieral Tlikel una r reinht Aki ill.
BELTS & SASHES!
I.liifl Officers, StHfl, Kletllibl, ry.
ninitcri, and l.rnrrnl Oftlrera'
1 nltol Male.
Itl'.I'IS AM) SAMIi:i,
Sii.ic aki) AVtmsTKt) iSahiirh, New Kkuu-
ft.ATIOX ,SW0HI JiKLTH, I.KTTERK,
rminrs, Ac., tVc,
PISTOLS OF ALL KINDS,
rilKSENTATION KwOHIXt, Tt) OllliKR.
n. iti iinv,
JnlyJ7-:!m M, :ohK" Mual.
GRIFFITH & PARSONS
AND WMi'LKHAI.U IN
Groceries & Provisions,.
HAMS, BACON S IDES,
COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Fejipor,, Nutmns,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
SOAl'rf, CA.NUI iKS,
m j. c iv l: n i?: is
il KOOMfci. JMJcivJuTH.
COARSE : FINE SALT.
( AM)Ii;S, UM ITS, MIXES,
Suttlcr' Gotids of all Kindi,
Ai. I tuei.y oil., r ai il . ee a 1 1 1111,4 .!.. p-u I
fo, Ch, aiet .,;.! ..I Pii,4ll i I .fit.
all eiint Hm-.
i. it 11 rm 1 i'aiiso.ns,
N . I tou bili aT , N a:i vtl.l k, tkns
Juiy l-i- .a.