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SUNDAY MORNIXCI, AUOUST 3, 1802
TliP following resolution wit unini-
iuouhIj adopted if tlm great Stile Uiiion
Convention held in this ciljr ill j 12, 180-:
"""VVjoiW, Tint we rnroguiK in tlie
amu.y. Um"S nn able riifniiciit of
tlie )rinriiips oi i tic union men oi ien
ntBocf, and we fnrnfutly recommend it
i well dcHerviiiK of tho jiutroniigc of
Union men everywhere:
The Lichmoiid Piyalth lays.thil Gen.
I'oi K should be liung tt the first tree, when
1 Ion. Kukuson ETHt'.niMF. delivered one
of It is most eloquent niid powerful Hjieech
es in Trenton, Tenn., on tin UOlIi ult., to
a vl concourse of citizens and goldieri.
An AlHhnmn lltiminr.
An Alabama Union woman gome riajt
1aj;c mounted her horary ntid tcoiired the
gorge nnd defiltt of the mountaini alone,
for sixty miles, and brought hack to the
"-"Hinp of Col. .SiiiAloliT, .jlst Indiana
Volunteers, twenly-fiot g"d Mont recruits
for the Union nrtiiy. Ood bless her a
thousand times !
The Union feeling in Northern Ala
bama is represented as being as strou as
in Last Tennessee. Many recruits aie
coming in to tho Federal army.
Cotton growing is proving a splendid
success in Southern Illinois. The present
crop will reach 20,000 bales. Southern
Illi,i-.iia possesses both the fioil and cl i
luatu necessary for tho culture.
- - - 4W - - -
licv. Dr. I'ai.micii, of New Orleans, has
received a Commission from tho dovern
ors of (leorgia and Mississippi to preac h
to the people in behalf of the rebellion,
and tUc old reprobato is now haranging
tho folks of Dixie.
There are twenty ?i"ht forlilicaloins
around Richmond although a consider
able proportion are either very weak or
IUii.uoid ArciiiEST. We hum that
the cars run olT the track coming from
Murfreesboro. on l-'ridar. No one was
The Theatro last night was well at
tended. Wo are glad to sen this innlilu
(Ihii ko well patronized, and we earnest
ly hoiie that tlie mnnagcra will reap a
golden harvest the present season. The
bill for Monday evening ia "Tho loll ies
of a Night'' and the "Irish Heiress."
A better selection could not havo been
made to securo a crowded house.
We learn that Mr. and Mrs. John Al-
I.kn ami Miss Lizzie Mati.ino have been
engaged and will make their appearanco
on Tuesday night.
f IlKADiit'AMT.ns, I'. S. loners, (
Nasiivu.li:, July 'Jit, 1(52.
(.emrnl Ordcn o. 18.
Tho tilllcers and soldiers of this com
mand are reminded that no orders au
'' thorizing an indiscriminate pillaging and
robbing of the inhabitants havo yet been
promulgated by the Commanding (icner
al of this District, or by any authority
known to the Army of the Ohio. On tha
contrary, the orders heretofore issued
against marauding and other like prac
tices, destructive of military discipline,
detrimental to tho public service, are ptill
of binding force in tho District of tho
Ohio, anil the penalties imposed fur a vio
lation of these orders will still be visited
upon all offender.
No soldier is all ' wed to make searches
or captures except by order of his com
manding olllccrs ; ami all captured prop
erty belongs to the liiiveriiiiiiiit of the
lulled Mates, aim not to the oltlcer or
H'llilier making the capture, and must he
turned over to the Quartermaster's Ie-
An illegal or unauthorized stiiirc is
a rdJirij; and the perpetrator of sin h a
crime merits ami will leceive theveveiest
punishment authorized by military law
Commanding Olticers cl' Regiments nnd
detachments will be held responsible for
tlie conduct of their men ; and it is ex
pected that the orders heretofore issued
on the subject referred to, will be rigidly
li V command of
Coi.. JOHN V. MlI.l.KK,
( Commanding 1'osl
L. llowt.WP. A. A. A. lien. ll V .'10-"t
AiTiioruu i'tov in Am ok Yoi.i s i inns.
A resolution passed tho Common Coun
cil last eveninz approm laling lilly Hum
s:nil dollar to aiil in the formation of
thn first regiment in tins city under the
late call of the rresidcnt. J he money
will be paid to the volunteeis, at the rate
of fifty dollars to each man ciwisieu
The resolution did not come before the
Hoard of Aldermen.
A 'Mrs. (leu. Ilolbrook. wife 1 a com
mission merchant of New i ork, fell in
stantlv dead on a ferry boat, iust as it
touched the deck on its return from an
excursion to 1'ort Lee. Mis. II. had be
come very much fatiirued danciiiji, and it
is supposed that caused her death
She hail gone t the excursion
wilnout the know ledge of her husband,
ami the arrival el lu r remains at then'
homo was the first he knew of the fie
1 nit i.aum' i.UT.iiirsr. A grocer in
Springfield doe up iiiear in ten cent
packages, and d s it f.ir change.
J. N. l!iu K, commander of the rebel
rutil Arkansas, w as loruieil v a l.ienten
.lit io tbo federal navy, hot wan per
milted like others to join his liivmts
Ur.ATII Or II. K. XVAI.K1.1I, E.
Wt am piined to announce the i. Mtli o our f-Ilw-c
lm-n, II. K. Wii.au, l'. Thil melaui h J ynl
occurred it Ion repl'I'-nci in ilug tllj , Friday ii .
the lat mat.
Tic riVci-iscd win a nativeof MxMleliurp, Ycrnc,itt,
v.'i'tp In win horn m the lutb of Junior)', lx::7. In
In. i !iiMltM-t, U Pirelli reniuTP'l Ift IlOi.liitiT, Nw
V-'ik, urul lli'-ri Rrew np In riiirilKH'f nrtnle. Id
Ihnmrlf rnrt of tin year 1 il l, tie canio In Nhvi.l
villi i 1 1 vv to tunltmt; nurrlty tin pcruiiin-ui r l
il' ii", in iikr hruih'r tiirlng iln-miy uut Lh I ti
mill 11. on lln Kin of ! t. mlifr, IVjJ, lie c "''!"!
in 'it a li a ( 1 inilrliiniiilal illianr U!i i.i,i- "f Ka-li-Tillr'l
Invcly lUivliL rii, Mif M:iry Jiun AuwliD ,
irivin n taitf for literary punt lin, lio friucnily
rimtritiuU'il ailitli-l, ill bylti iiiish ai.il "'lry, to llio
lircni, tin mrrluof lil h m.-vl a Tiry favorable Ini-
prMi"b upju lie! iblir, iij'l ainouif.'l tho fil.-lntn,
whi'tii lis hi'l mndu by his Vint anl ari-cuMe mnn
BiTfl, cri atfil a desire fir hi innnoiion to Bunu -tion
In will i;h hp could make Im duo tnleiiti nuMorve
Im ova and llio iiuhlic goml. Oji Ilia Hi!: Fihruary,
Im.'.I, h- liofime ronniTH-.! with thi Tn Wktf a- Al
io' tal' K litor, and riuiliuucil tin1 ronnivtion until 1 lie
f.ill of is:..'., ln-n tho ikt changitl both In nuiue
uri. I jireprl'-lor. Mm cntnii'ctlon Willi UiIm able Jour-
njil wiw iu tbf ln)(tielt ii-irrrc intlsfartnry to the pro.
prleiom and t) II. unlor Kdltor, ihe laie E P. M't
Uilltjr, lis Bill nn to 1. 1 in -.If. IP dlsulialg d lh nil-
imrt.mt truflK and diili.-a loiiflJ. d to hla rare ilh n-
inui k.ilde fl h'lliy and Tiiir(y, an I develop d a rikiji-
lii'iii iw a wrlliT nnd mi npt iliole fir the pout ef Jour-
iiu i. t whi.'li ronil-J a brilliant fuliirii. Thn ll" of
fi n-ii'lf-hip whlrti "lining up b 'tween him and Mr. Mc
(j:iily w.-re of the moil a ri'il and l.-tlnx cli iru''lT.
bubly no two men aver Ubon-d toi'tli'T, in a im-
ilnr poiolioii, ul literlH U'J ant eu'.llv ;il d f r vieti
otluT wo luii'-h uo"d-siill uud I'Mh I'lu : unit " Kle w
Unit Mr. Walker alwaya revrted to lh: brief y.-nrn of
lie ir liii'Troiir!' k." a'iioiijffct ihc ha jui hI of Inn lit'..
In 0V!oii..r, lav,, I,.. w:m elei ti .1 el.i. f e. ik uf tie-
Stiite K"i).iti'. .rnoiiL--t Iiin iiredi-ci'i'H' th ti' iih-ii of
lililifiUli'd lull. nt, but wi' volitun to nylh.it hot
on" of them innclo a nunc faithful or elllcii nt ofilr t.
The r ndino k ullhnliieh he coin'iri'heiuliJ thudilll
cullu'H ai d ibitlen of the ofli':e, nnd adapted hunm-lf to
tlin ii, r" surprising tu tlume vilm wr uefamili.ir
Hi 1:1-1 uni.-'ji of Inte.l'.Tt. Pr(imtnifs, order, and
ne'thod, eharucti'rized hll hburi find mil le them light
ind le:ililit csnipatatively, tnhilliyelf,uuil invfillluhlo
tu Hi'' dlute.
iurln(t hl c 'Iile'i tlou Kith Iho True HV,,lii- bor-
ron-i ions ten I in oreanlrmi tlie Chamber of t'uDi-
tie'rei', and Ins ellorM lu thU repnet were ri'wurdi'd
by hl.-l li'lei:tion to llll the post of Hi'eretiiry, ltu also
took Kr "ll Inlereit in Ihe Mo. leinir' AnHoe atlon, and
a Ki'i'at deal of the er-ilit of the micci-hi vt Its Fair
du to hu unii-rpi im( and liit'-liiKi-r.l maiuii:eiuei.t
lu laSi'i, he aaui counei ted himii"f with tlie iu-wh-
paKT priM is arwlitant editor of the K"piiblUan
lldnnrr, all I ul"i"ii-ntly In lof.7, ba mu purebas l
lei iiitori-st in the p:i; or, berania lln chie-f idilor. He
e-ult'ii d upon the dutie-i of thm r-'ipotitlbin ositioii
til a pr"iT ililru.it if hil abdily to illm-hai'ira
ih' iu. Hut the ri'iull pn ed tlmt ho wiia equnl lo ihe
eneMjceliey. tho IliUiwr hud lollR been riyarilcil ni
of the alili Ht exponent1 ef Kniinrl and coiiHervatlve
doeti mert in the outle ru suit y, and ImiI been coin
luwted w llll pr 'found ability, Judgment, nnd Ul-ic: im-
luut.n. I'nder none of Ina pretleonors, however,
w uk ih.it i.ipcr nvre pou!iir or more in oil able. II ih
ite.'pli-.-ii energy and iudomitiiblo deterniinutioii, would
not jieriuit 1 il i ti to fail. Ills coi nt a nt hl.oi how-
r, un lerinilntl liiti lieallh, and lori e,t hnu lent bill
to ulu.l ale the e litor s chair, and t ideavor to
f ather an tin hiH b'-t Iren-th. 'i he in-ulio'is didt n-e,
eon?uinition, which li.ol f.LSletied upon bim, a ltnon-
lhi'd bun that hi race win nearly run, jel roestantly
al ured leiil Willi hopen that tie mihl yil beeonie
llimielf acalu. Tlie at f vv neuiths ofliiH life were a
rcntiinia) MtriiKle with deith, tie ciili u I''d w t ll
the hii h etieuiy .il I ;:ini ly . but a I hi I In- ruble .-in it
Hiecumheil, and " returlud lo (he Ood who .uii it.''
lie died a only a i lirinliaii dielb, a-ieired Unit all waa
11 with him. H'i was a ninnher of llio older of
Odd Fellowi and a Kcnrc eentatit c to I lie (irand l.oi:(:e,
In wlueh he bail served leceplably out i"isioli, and it
was one of ht.-i niost aniions wishes to bo spared to
llie't hl brother K"'ns litilivea nuiitl. This lias
been deieod Irm on earlh. Let us hew Hint lin y will
all meet at llio eo:iv ce it ion of the F iilhf l ill lie' land
oi Ihe ftl d
Inall the relations ol Hie Mr. Waik' r en he r d
perforin h 8 whole duly. Ai a I'liend he was sin
re it nil eolieii lelate, and An a hnrband and f.illn r all
lb .t w lie ai.d ehielren cold d.'Mie. ll wns hi f i lune
have born uulo ti .in tlie children, but one of w hom
initios, a t leler infant lie-ll.n no n iu niothir's
linant ns.iPtrly II aw. r e 'cap ed 1 1 ' i ii the ft ot and
snows ot a i aliiiiiiiouw waiier. A nionih ti two little
infants slept .'wct'tly side by side at Mount O.IM'l.
They have since been Joined by 'ii.ial.KY and IUuiki.,
tie ir i d -r Inother and jo-tei, two of the fiveepsl
ilil ilreit lleit llo l hi' gaihen d unto llmiseir. Tins.'
heavy strokes of allliet ion , Cotiitu,; when hisphysieil
sntfi r . l ik -i were nine st i:.-t eiuliu anee, tloiibties. hd
nun ll to do Willi the deutll of our ih p.u led fi lend. II '
r'iein'1 Ih tu n.lliotl'i imii initi of i otup jint, but
w ilh a f'TVi'lit " T it u-itl It J Hf, ei, ;.',ii'rny f'ufl. r''1
and h's imre sitit "iHeil away tiin up r hum the
fill u: ce o itltix lion ill w ld h It ll id bell llied. lir
city end cieuilry has loil ,t co d and wurlby cit'7.en
Ilea veil ba-t reeeived anolher reilei iiied sidr it, lo swell
Ihe I'litlielii of Pini'" to (lie l.oid fo:e. r.
''lie I nlli il Mate ut),
The N. Y. Times gives a lengthy des
cription of the U. S. Navy as at present
ullont, and adds :
From our retinue it will be seen that
the entire strength of our navy is close
upon tltrve huiuln l vessels, m arly all of
which are propelled by steam ; ana that
among those are two iron-clad frigates,
twenty-three iron-clad gunboats, and a
good stock of the highly elfeclive naval
weapon, the ram. (it the Jailer the num
ber can be increased indelinitely, and
at any moment, as they may be needed.
All we have to do is to til a beak on to
any staunch steam craft, plate its mout
vulnerable parts, and jt is ready tor ser
vice in sinking and destroying wooden
walls, or whatever else it can get a drive
at. lu this way the iiiagnilkcut ocean
steamship Vanderbilt was filed up iu a
short time in this post, ami sent down to
Hampton Koads lor a tilt with the .Mer-
rimac; and tlie river rain ueel ol Lo. l.llet
was also turned out in the same way. In
case of l contest with a naval l'ower, the
rani, we believe, Would be one of our
most formidable weapons. I- illy of them,
stout mid swift, cruising along our coast,
and it would be hard work lor an enemy
to land troops an v vt here on our shore. If
the loo feiit mailed convoys with his
transports the tarns would riuiply dodge
the iioii-clads and sink the transports, if
indeed they couid not ipiickly destroy
.Ye believe that these three hundred
armed vessels are match for any naval
force that any one, or any two, foreign
rowers could send to these shores, and
that the same lime they could keep the
rein Is iu easy check. We have, or will
have directly, a larger number of iron-clad
vessels than F.uglaud and France com
bined, and of a far more available and
destructive kind. I' pun these we look
as Ihe best guardians of our liberty, our
I'nion and our independence, from any
and ill foreign intcrinedillers.
How it rus wor.KKD. A gentleman
jult from F.ddyvillc, on the Cumberland
river, informs tu that pipiads of telnl
soldiers who have been in the army ire
returning daily to Tennessee and Ken
lucky. Kecruiling il going on openly iu
.Southern Kentucky, and the sect ah oven
ly Imast that through the kindness of the
North in buying their cotton and tobac
co, and in selling them salt ami provi
sions, and psying them gold, they are
better prepared now for a long war than
they Here a year igo. licbels boast tiny
ii buy all they deaire at Fvansville aud
Cincinnati. lann tlk Jvurml.
Humboldt not Captured by the
AN INFAMOfi TIlAlTOn HANGr.l) ET OF.N.
Spt ni Ti-i'sl. h t the Clt.ru Tribune
Catho, July 29, 1802.
I hive just arrived from Columbus.
Twotraini have arrived onoon the Mo
bile and Ohio riilroid, it Keren o'clock.
The accounts previously received of rebel
raid were greatly exacRurated. From
odicial information I derive the following
Two hundred of Jackson's cavalry
came to tho house of a wealthy man
named Bridle, residing near Humboldt,
early yesterday morning, ind is he was
about itirling to pilot them to tho bridge
inside our line, he discovered a party of
six or aeven Federal scouts riding to
wards them ; concealing himself behind
I fence, ISeidle directed the rebels to in
ambush from whence, upon tho irrival
of our men, they could pounce upon ind
capture them. This plaD, however, was'
frustrated by I young ilave of Beidle,
who, at the risk of his own life, itarted
across a corn 11 eld ind wirncd the Feder
als of their peril, who it once turned back,
holly pursued by the rllg. Only three
of our men succeeded in reaching Hum
boldt safely. One received a ball In the
breast, with which he rode six miles,
dying soon liter he reached the town.
The other two were probably captured,
as they havo not been seen. A portion
of tho rebels then proceeded to the
bridge, six miles from lluniboldt, driving
off Ihe small force stationed there, and
set lire to it. Our men being reinforced
by a small party, drove the rebels
back towards tho river, where they in
turn were reinforced, and the Federals
again driven back, and it was not until
out troops were reinforced from Hum
boldt that tho rebels were put to flight.
Our men succeeded in extinguishing the
fire after about sixty feet of the bridge
had been burned. Col. Kissel's engineer
regiment was immediately set at work,
and at 10 o'clock this morning tho bridge
was repaired. In the meantime, large
Scouting parties were sent out in every
direction, iieaillo and four others sup
posed to have been connected with the
rebels were arrested in the ifternoon, ind
eight others during tho night. Beadle
was at once tried and sentenced to bo
hung this afternoon. He had taken the
oath of allegiance, which was found up
on his person. His house was also burn
ed, as well as the bouses of the four oth
ers taken with him. On their retreat the
rebels burned a bridge on the Mississippi
Central ltoad, right miles from Memphis.
Active preparations were made at
Humboldt last night to meet the rebels,
an attack being expected, and Gen. Lo
gan threatened to set fire to tho town
upon tho fust alarm. Heavy forces will
now guard the line of the Mobilo and
Ohio ltoad all tho way to Corinth, and
no more trouble is anticipated.
The following is a copy of a dispatch
received by (Jen. Quinby, at Columbus,
at 0 o clock this evening:
"Tkknton-, Tenn., July 29, 1802.
"The man who guided tho rebels to
the bridge that was burned, was hung
to-day. He had taken the oath. Ihe
houses of four others who aided have
been burned to the ground.
(Signed.) U. M. Doioi;,
Ih ifjadicr- General."
Incredible as it may appear to those
persons who tre always proclaiming the
liberality and generosity of the Chivalry
even as tho rhariseesof olden times pro
claimed their innumerable virtues, the
great organ of llebcldom says that tho
"vile lusts of avarice and extortion rage
almost universally in the .South," ind
that " the whole South stinks with the
lust of extortion :"'
EXTORTIONISTS IN llUl'.EI.HOM.
l roui the r.ichlneuil Fxaniiner, July i'l.
Ill the developments of the war we aro
waging there is one lasting stigma on its
moral character. We refer to the almost
universal rage in the .South of the vile
lusts of avai ice and extortion, in which
native Southern merchants have outdone
Yankees and .Jews, and havo not only
defiled themselves, but indicted a burning
disgrace upon the nation, prostituted
noble war lo the most infamous purposes,
and blackened their country in the eyes
of the world.
'Ihe whole South .it win with th' lust of ex
tortiun. The extent to which it prevails
in this cry is ennrm"tti unit aMmeei); trad
is reduced to a devilish art to make mon
ey out of the distresses of humanity; and.
that hypocrisy may be added to othe
diabolical accomplishments, the extor
tionists take the upper seals in church
talk patriotism, and give into the sub
S 'fiption box small pinchings from enor
inous gains;! dandy preachers and liospi
tal matrons lake these lillhy gifts of the
plunderers of society as tokens of the
liberality and patriotism ol the donors
Tlie lengths to which corruption has
gone in this community are almost nicred
ible. A snmle instance may serve
an illustration. Tlnough tho active and
enlarged exertions of the government
clothing bureau in this city, contracts
have been undo with a number of mills
in the South, by which it his been igreed
that they shall furnish supplies for th
irmv at simulated prices. Some day
ao an ollicer purchased at this bureau
for his use a piece of cloth at two dollar
and sixty cents l yard. This, the gov
eminent price, was largely remunerative
to the niaiiuuctiircr ; it paid bun a con
siderable protit, and he was satisfied to
obtain that without grasping tor the tit
termost gains ot avarice and extortion
The price of the same style of cloth, ma
nufactured nt our doors in Kichuiond, was
inquired at stores on main Mrect; tin
reply was hi I lei n and eighteen dollars a
But we ask if it is unreasonable that
any vice hbould follow, after the enor
mous and all comprehensive one of trci-
Qrlien. Boyle has wrillen to Dr.
Wirt, Medical Director at Fvatisville,
that the parohs given by Johnson and
other guerrillas are not to be regarded
and are of no effect.
Forty-three slaves left their masters
in Nanscmond district, Maryland, Sat
urday night, (hie mau alone lost over
thirty ihoiiBaiid dollars, worth.
A correspondent of the St. Louis l' -m-oviif
says that a ti giun ut is organizing
rapidly it Waursburg Mo., !io ire
pledged to wae "coulisi ition, damna
tion, cxcounuunication, and emancipa
tion. IgliUst all libels.
Anticipated Battle near Turkey
Rebel Rams Constructing- to break
the Blockade !
Two Steamers arrived, auu another
Eloomfield, Mo., surrounded by
Rebel Movements on Nashville in
dicated by capture of Rebel
ALL QUIET ON JAMES RIVER!
Capture of Schooner with supplies
for the South!
Abandonment of taking Vicksburg
Washington, Aug. 2. Southern Ohio
and Kentucky interests are to be pro
Appearances indicate a naval battle
shortly near Turkey Bend, Va.
Fortress Mokror, Aug. 2. The steam
er Georgia, with two hundred released
rebels, arrived it Charleston.
Two iron clad rebel rams are con
structing to break the blockade.
The steamers Herald ind Memphis have
arrived from Liverpool with valuable
supplies, and tho Economist is expected.
Cairo, Aug. 2. Bloom field, Mo., is
surrounded by rebels.
llebel movements from Chattanooga on
Nashville aro indicated by a rebel mail
captured at Corinth on the 29lb ult.
Tho number of rebel troops has been
augmented on the west bank of James
River. All quiet on James Kivcr.
The Federals captured tho British
schooner Emma with goods for the
The Gienada'Jyij'ciii' says that the Fed
erals are abandoning the idea of taking
Vicksburg by water, and are awaiting
the co-operation of land forces.
It is reported that Gen. Villepigne is
marching on Bolivar.
Nkw York, Aug. 2. Gold I.V4.
General Tope's official orders havo pro'
duced a cheering effect on his army.
A Monitor for Boston H.uiiior. The
Board of Aldermen have voted $2(K),0(X)
for the construction of an iron-chid Mon
itor for Boston harbor.
Tobacco nt l.r ncli liu ric,
fl-'rom tha Rirhmoiid Whij', July 9
We have received from Mr. A. Cross,
Commissioner ot Warehouses at Lyncb-
burg, i statement of the quantity of to
bacco received, weighed and inspected
at tho several warehouses in that city,
for the year ending Juno oil, 1862. The
whole number of hogsheads weighing o0
pounds and over is 1,002 ; parcels of
loose tobacco, bU) pounds and over, count
ed as hogsheads, 5,775; number of city
prized hogsheads. 1. 1 J : number ol hogs
heads on hand for inspection, 513; num
ber on hand inspected, 5,163 ; capacity
ot the warehouses, !),.KI0 hogsheads.
A letter in Tlie Atlanta tontederacy
from liY nchbui'g, dated J.sth ult., savs
"Tobacco has now very decidedly the
ascendency over everything else within
the limits of the Corporation. The to
bacco mania seems to have run the entire
population stark mad. They talk about
tho dirty, lillhy 'weed' by day, and
doubtless dream about it by night. I'.vcn
the darkeys have caught the infection
and are speculating in tobacco, hoping
to make twenty cents out of a dime s
investment in less than a mouth. The
existing excitement on the tobacco sensa
tion has had no parallel in this country
since the tiiorus-multifool-us mania of
'30 and '37.' "
Hundreds of thousands of dollars have
been made in the last three moiiihs, by
men in this city, by the rapid advance
in the price of this staple commodity of
the Old Dominion, and hundreds of t hot i
sands may be lost by other short-sighted
wights who imagine that tobacco will
continue tu advance until it reaches the
unprecedented and fabulous price of live
shinpl'isler dollars per pound. 1 11 nd
men here from all parts of the South
pitching into the speculation with a zest
and conlldcnco that is truly astonishing
think nothing of investing twenty-live
or blty thousand dollars in a single
Cairo, August 1. The Grenada Ap
peal of the 'JSIh contains Mobile (lis
patches announcing that the steamer
Cuba ran the blockade at that port on
th 2. ilh, and brought I full cargo ol arms.
liiiniiiniliou,iiid medicines, ,itiil blankets
The same paper editorially announces
the occupation of Grand Junction by
rebel forces on the 2.tli.
A dispach from Chattanooga says th
Federals are evincing great activity, evi
i (lenlly preparing for somo movement.
Several trains of cars aarived at Bridge
port with shell ami ammunition.
The Jackson Mississippian says it is
authorized to stale that I sullicient fori
has been sent up tho Mississippi river t
protect tho peoplo of every county from
The Columbus (Ga.) Timei learns that
Gen. loomhs has resigned.
The Mobile News says ono division of
the Tupello army has been ordered east
ward, it is expected it Mobile soon.
fn!7'Tliere were last evening one bun
dred and forty-one prisoners in the Mi
itary l risun in this city.
The htetdl llei a.-'ti(1nlari a tl l,i lit. II K
W.l.i.ll, an rcie. Dully ti,v.t d lu ntti-im In. Ful..
ral tlm , -iuad.y i nun nil , Ai!-(t Sfl at I'M.'. .!(,
at Hi" U K.l.drr. ( l.un h.
1 u (i. F
I;.. Mm. I,i it. uf lia '.e l.o.li", N'i 1'i.an l t)iif
llraruh Ftnauiiniel.(, No. 4, 1 (I 1 . . afl lif I
to met at Uclr Hill ihtl un t uui., at S iv it'clo a,
lur IU. 'tir.,la i,f att'Udlu? tl.f F ntfr i! "' lift. ll. i t
H K. Wnwm
The luiu,ir , f i titer I.' d'l, ID ,'d .'..il, 1 I ni
U. 11 I I'J .ilUlt I.
B. A. C'A M ' !.:.; I , N . ti.
furiiifllied by Dyer I'mrl.
nrrwii rtuk Note in Killing at M In 40 y cl. dn
(iwirtiaold itanki 40 " 4ft
South Carolina aud Alabama 40 4.S '
irn-uia and Not ih ari'lml .4e IA '
hie, Indiana and Keulnciy " I '
S. Treaa.try iMa a a '
Wf Tiele ralea ira for gold.
To Hank of W.at T"Lit.ee l an f leepl.on in a
above nu"ti.liii. Mica Lari bcun inn lit it ho y cl.
count for guid.
B. B. CONNOIl & BR0.,
Commission asr FKaintE M minus r,
No. 0, C0I.LF.UK ST., NAdnVU.t.K.
NasbvilU Wholesale l'rlfes larreut.
IK HOI. 141.
AUiHllU V gall
HAUU1M Hemp y )u
notion it 0
BAJJC Rni'l. Manilla t t,
BAlXJN Miouldera l
Sid-i y II.!
BUTiiut crime w ty
Wnniou t 11,
CANI1U1M Miar y It,
f.lt'ittlie y I
1 1 1 low w n.
.. (. 17
. . Ml 1 4
.. ( 16
.. It In
.. (it 40
.. ai) ..
. . il t!3
. . hi VI
. . dtl 2
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g SdrrfS no
!''!, 7 CO
l.U 6 to
.. Iti 'it' 60
.. i'ii ll It"
.. (at 16 00
. . et 6(1
.. 1(0 10
.. 101 CO
.. iqll ID
1 AO'ill 4 .
1 (I II 46
.. It SO
hi rt ..
fl (to 7
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to It ..
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It ul ..
10 . 66
66 Cti 0
00 (ai bi
.. ed 7 60
1 6i ..
1 0M ..
1 (Klifi ..
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7 O0't .
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7 In) ..
VI t 16
IS un 11
.. (HI ..
. . (n Vil
.. I M
. . llll '.'0
.. ut Ho
.. (41 1 60
.. Kit 1 M
.. IH -1 36
I 76i t 00
I (HI Ol -i 0
1 I'll 1 76
. . ib
1 2'il 6t)
1 OOwl 10
11KI6)K WhUtd Keaene y ,
Kuwlisti Dairy V II.
CXiFKKK .lava y It,
"10 y tt,
ljicuyra y K,
CVlTTON VAli.N.-N 70U U0... ilea
UM y lie j
00 ' 1I07
FLOUR fiiinorulc.' y bhl
a.iiia y hbi
IS loo tt.f
.. . . it bhl
. ..fl huah
. ..y bulb'
. . . butihl
I A lotu
.. . y bun
Ol'NNT n.M'.S Nett
llllHOd Soullioru dry Killed
IKON Tclmeajee liar y It,'
Hunn. y Ih
" H''P It-'
" Shed y th,
" i-mer. y It.i
" 1'IK V loin
rillsburir Uar It,1
LAKD KiyB., y ,
llarrela y t,
LK-ATIIKK Sole; oak tauncd y ,
Hem lot k Solo fl t,
llarneatt X tt
MOI-A-SSI-M llarroll gai
Ilnrrell y sal
NAILS aid to 4d bill
Oll.s I.uineed y gal
Ijird ai kal
Tanner'! y aal.
HICK I'rinio and (.'holer y t'
HALT Fine lack y eak'
Uiarac lack V nn k:
HOAl y It,
KTAIW'II y lie
HI UAH New Orlcalu hhd ( Me
" bltl y tt,
Ftaraaa whin y fte
I"-il V fti
Crushed a y
atr.iin ', ;ever ImiHi
Mi!!et fl biuJi
Timothy y bum,
Herd! (Iran y huah
OrLhaid y lumh
llluc(.rafijaoiD b fh
Hungarian y buxli
Flax m huati
SriRlTS Whisky Country ... .f va
ftaanvuio y vai
M1HK EXAMINATION OF TKACHFIH WII 1. DK
X ht'l'l i it lite IliNc-t Urn msu, r'TinT of J-'uiiin.tr
mi l i iiif Mri't'in, t'oin :iM'tici on M r.DNMPAT, (Jaly
aiO.I Hi H, A.M.
lrtr A (i Mpi'ii n'it will p!i'fo nttPii'l.
jili!-lw J. ,. M KUiH, Snp't.
JAMES LOW & CO.
203 & 210 West Side Sixth Street,
VK HA VK ON HANlt, AND FOR SAI.K,
IA NO Y- 'J.3 HI NTS
Of tin1 bran-l "f "Anii-nrnn," ,4rnu-n,' ''SnrHt'iics,1
ftiul ' MVrrimiU"
500 Cases Bleached Cottons;
100 Cases Canton Flannels ;
ItiU v asi's lvl;ii l.lnsovs.
A full aortiO"nt of STINFTTS. FI.ANNFI.S,
S'll'KF (iitl)IH, (11 SCi II A MS and othnr ami lei iu
our linn, to w liii-ti ww iuvii. lit? atloulioii ot lioalct .
Ju;y ii; -1 in.
Southern Bank Notes.
II a . k :n o 'X' JU H.
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
uociiiir ami Mii.ii nv
A. ;.s iM ttHnA. .,
N .. 0, I
It., (Vleruli.inl'a l.ii.H Hul'i'lini: )
Claims Against the United
IJKK-ON'S holding Claims na at Ihe !'. S. Oini in
tiictli, either lui I'l ip. llv lulu n t.T tha line i I tlie
A'lny, or T'r l.mtK d I'twi.'rlv. (Juut tcrlniiMr llc-c-ieu
ttr ( ti 1, aL-M . i tin h ivo Ccni tall "t auti-.l
ll led hj t uc ItiK ih'iu III liil hai.il. I UUKI H II
itltt- KS, Ai'.ttt Tor thn Nnle.tittt ( l.ii ll Aiteii'V al
Wa lt iiiuu, li. Olllit'tel l I'.'lint Hiuli.lt of
Hie A.'.ucy, No. 15 C'lu-rr hlri-kt, uji Mali a,
Jai, SO II.
i.i:ni' fhk tiik coi.i.kctioh uf clums
.K.AlN.-l' lllli I . K. IjIi tllN MINT.
Mlico, No. 34 Ili:illtV Mill I I,
I t Main.
V O TT Ti.
liACS IK TIIK C'XI'.HUAI'KI)
Mi AKK'--'( 'KFKK Mil. I. t l.lll ll.
ur hid' hv
M l.VU, 41 Market ft.
Dr. King's Dispensary
I OH 1MIIVA11. DISK AM .
rZr HK KI.Vl,turmrly of Nw Turk, to
tf lb ImI four vwtri of U-uitrille, K jr.
the troaimtnt of pr)Ti !.-fur dJ jrrri, Ci tor
b ouieif, tiariuff aiiviilrd Ui prtu:tit for mD
yiuira, fcini runnl ouuijf lUuuiMUjtlii, ho nammt u
cure kll dLjt irlvai miiirt, no nrmiu-r ham
Ltit-jr nmy be from )UUlii.i"ua nif.;ril ir.iiHnt.nii,
or from D (it't ol llnrown Ir K .ug .mMi.M.r
No i3 lH-4V.tri it nrtt , bt-iwiwii Chirr y iiJ luHotou',
omd iwry, wtwu bauurHsai) u ol k prtva
Wouorbna rurM withncl naiuciut xl,flLt or
iirDC wiUt tniPUiKM
HlrH'lun4of oiJ ur rtxwul daUt, nflwtnar rt.rd
A ftwdayi.bj an oiKifntH tiiti tEur t pit.
Wlir a SirU lur vnsii boalib naim-it b niir"v
r'riiai'a uu Hm titCiUM mora muK liiff aa4 uo ltj
n l Hi1 ciif iiiaii. b roui'h.
) t'hilia. wnb all lb d'cai of ih ak m . cr.'wu (
out of nfs;i4 t,r tkd Wetiltuoiil, nan b a1M tua .
0urM iDilcf days
.itnd Wf4xkrA I'aiuniiar atltMilit-n baviny hum
f i v ,'Q U Hi ii ibw" t and ati u nrfut(i(-i' yn il
nut if H, brought i iu luaiiy cM4 ty it tliirui-li
babiia ol iuHiiwlrai j o-ul.a, aii'l tiuum mdui
gflic Of m ", &f 'm I ol mlixb will urntttq
muc li-a o. uiiuutn.w, rmjJwriu ilia ii.hj.xl uuQi tut
fen i:a or I y , and o a ia pri mauua t,ul
ptnm vim may b lai ntut lii any dttltcuil
b W iiub inay rtwl aurtHl liiui"l ial rvuf.
iVritil r.H lii afra), by nlii. and lUL.lif U.fJ
Iw-kdorM-k inMt, Swfnli, Ta , w iti n,a ar
aary u...itt ica a-m to il.cr ai Ir o.i.. bor
om tt "'i a ko iuirttiii4 uitiii 9 ta tba anu,
tie, ilc, Ac, &c, Ac,
oi 2, youth Side Public Square
WK HAVL JUST KKCKIVF.D,
FROM TILE EAST,
AN KNTllitiLY NKW .
COMTULSING IN TAUT:
150 Cases Hats,
IN E VKKY TAUIKiV
A Vl'.l.li SIOIK
OK a l.l, it i rus,
I I I It K A I),
SKIU I H
An ! nil (illnT ur t Iv li m u-ual'y a -pi
Wliulenale lry (ioiula Sl'ire.
f.it- Wo Invito J- ler lo L'lve in an e ul j
cull, a 'id ex imiiie our Stuck aiel iniw.ii
MADLKIl UilOS. A CO.,
No. 2, JiuCTil I'tniji: S.jhakh.
ROBERT LMAITLAND& CO
General Commission Morchants
63 nd C5, Bearer 8trt, and 0 ExohAtig
HnniRT I.. Mittiaali.
VtllLUM Wi-IlH. )
W ,y , lllinl
n'Ki'UAItill rt Hill li'VUD nn have t'ir BuntT
Mn'oy and t-tcU I'll, eellcr u I . and I.B.na.lirt
r-'r-l ah, ii 1-r.ua ,e i.li v d .aie. d. b. uillim at III
NiM.nial Claim Ak"UiV, . U Ct.rr. Kir ill, up
M.ltl July 10 tf.
Market Uo, 36 Street.
E. MAYER CO.,
A.'.LOUIS & CO..
llaTiiju.l mcji.nl lai ,n Htoi kuf
Hoots iiikI Sliai-H,
Hal. Sl.il ittiici '.'i lia's
AaiU, ,'and 1) yt -St nils.
SALT, iu H.unl,,
SALT In l4,
Which we ortur lo th puhllc tur
CASH OR PRODUCE,
j srm as
COTTON, liFKSWAX, WOOL. CINSKNt..
FEATIIKRS, FIIDKS .r TAI.LOW.
(IDtJNTiiV Helrhanl. ne.tld II t.l ca'l lil-m
J us.iw i em mi ti,,.,r whele lull fnuii our itork.
AH fiirrcat Noitlltrru riimh Tuheii ul Tar.
I""-"' K. UAVKK A CD.
ii'JifjiiH rLMf.i mi
llAUVKV, COLLINS &, UltACK,
WAbUINOTIlN, l. C.
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent,
No. .'18, 1 'hort-jr Sheet, Nashville, Tenn.
'TMIIX Ar.F.Sl'V i.iw.a.ii (...eitliiir f.ieilltlcK f,.r lha
I urri'..r.l prinacullnn and iM'llli'lU'lil uf Ihj.
man li laainst Ihu (icneial Oovoi intent of KVFIIY
IiK'KII'llON, ila conductor, having hid mv.rul
years' eierleurn tu thn mantiotneiit of clalltti hi
fine CeliKle.., till ('mil t of Claim., and thiKvn
live In-eai liiii.nl. al a-liiiitl.'n, an I lu'lim Ih, t
uulily ac'iualuli'd and fumliar with Ihc lu an 1
ri'iiuUlliut ; i;nvi-i nln tledr ndjutnienl.
I'lll llrllllir attt'lltiiili Will hcilt'ti In cutii'i hi h'ii
nut uf tlie I'leti.lit war, iucliidiii the lie, ttiiiiN ul'
Hlatt ", (V.ntriu li.n, and Ji aluuilug lllli, nr. uf ibh
M ar and Nit. ; IV'tiitiiit ut., nn I f,,r iollt
Inii nrllllmf, nnd itrKnnlvliiK Vol.
II n trr.,' Ih. t.tliuhur".'nieiit uf whh h I. auihui
I mi hyn act af 'unKrvia; n,AI.1H lllli IMKM
N IT V Full l'lllYATR riUII'KltTy TAKKN I OH
I'l'lll li: VFK, (lit l ull 1IA II li Kf4 TO seen
I'll' H'KltlV. f,r III rit. In thn ...linn, ind ft
uiit .r in r, ivuiioni, nnd iioiinir
IV o il iarlal atti'iitlun tu prnctirlnif I'rn.
alonk, llouittlri, t ic , acciulni, tu t.ildicn
ali. i lui i u I, n n wunnilKil, cittitrai t.d dl no, or i In
fiiinlUc. u it, Ii harn dhd, ur Inn killed whU. lu
lit. diHi hariiQ uf lite r tin. of dfir a. .tu h dm ini( ihri
S..'t iul ciiio lll ul,i hii ,rl.i,ii In claim. Mhiih
liave hfcu hiieli fuie Ili'lel led ur Miiapr lialt d
1 v ilt r.'uai tiiituii. ui I nr Hi I, ul I v jTlnnuurl
I'j t . 1 1 1 1 t alt.'iitlun il "t frli t ii tu tlii cdivctl'in ul
uu l. i tiui.li i l't't-'jiH t'li'ii l""r I't n..ri y l-ik.ti
ii Ihe lui' - f Ihu Army, lu ai imhiiik Ae. ouuti wltti
till i i itlli'i lint; I la lu. it.' unit Mu ;iiiti Icl iiiu.ti i '. )..
t lui' lit.
All I iiunt I'liu" I in hand if i.l i ti uui i'i,uii.
I'rmoillll AlK'lllloll, tlu n-hy ..i hi. nt; many
whlih, lu lhi haiel.ul in A ll-n ln-y nt auv dut t ul
liit, fit-lufully I'luvi. un iii ,'i-lul,
A - lie fl "111 llu. tic ided ad v a ii la in, uul dull y lutrt
lutllfti' Hllll ad tint l4-,t ttiii'liL Wli.'lh!i'. U. Ill liKml
ul'tillll ll.'l I. lull, tlllli ll III, ilU i.'Utlllv' lll.lt
.In ic al c.iluuiiltili'ah .ti and i.lhiT iiecc.-at jr d. '.ill
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Tu I hi. nd, wa dii t you lu Iiuaant lo u. any m
II i a-'-, uf inch cliariicli'l yuu muy ftoiu Im,. u tlitii.
. . ,ii-4t'tiltvl, and, a. la teir t iinluin, wra will fut -
ni.h )"U with n'l Hi" ui.i.'.wny L. auk., and, l,.'ii
lulrud, lii.tiiu liuii..
S , . h.n ". luad.i in any ' ate utile., m, . .,t,,r'tl.
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