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For Freedom and Nationality.
n. V. (TIERCr.ll, i:dltr.
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10. 1PG2.
T Blrhrond Fnqulrer no Tm
nssc, md I".pclllr r.niit lennn.
Tlie "vile proletarian" win) lils (lis
Richmond Enquirer, tlie great mouth
piece of rclitldom, in it idsuo of Jnlj
29, girei a long dissertation, which in its
first portion contains is many lies as
words, and. in -the latter portion fome
threats and admissions deserving of
attention. The Enquirtr says !
The Confederate Status government baa
pursued a policj town (In tnalcontrntg
within its own Jurisdiction which has
bff-n generous to vxuknt .. Tlie Union luen
of East Tennessee never have been sulfated
to restraint, punishment, or violent e,vn account
if thtir leing Union men. The policy f
the government towards tliem has been
mild and conciliatory. Via will venture the
assertion that no government de facta,
much lens de jure, ever lo'eraUd so much
open, turbulent, and contemptuous re
sistance to its authority.
lhepmpU of Tennessee had declared for
" separation" from the United States and
annexation to the Confederate .Slates.
This government had extended its juris
diction, its law, and U protection, over
the people of Tennessee. ,
Here is an astounding succession' of
barefaced lies. Tho people of Tennessee
far from voting for disunion, voted it
down by 05,000 majority, and the State
was prtfrnteJly annexed to Jerr. Davis'
dominions by a midnight treaty, eon
rocfed in secret f edition, nnder locked
doors and closed windows, by that triad
of traitors and villains, GrsTAVrs A.
UttM-.y, Tottex, and Gen. lUwtowv' The
so-called Confederacy was never able (o
protect Tennessee in any degree; all it
did was to persecute, imprison, arrest,
browbeat, insult, exile, shoot, and hang
her loyal citizens, impress their slaves,
and Btea' ",r'r horses, mules, cnltle, hogs,
and crops. , Our people were already uu
der the protection of the tame good gov
emnieut which had protected thrtn for
soventy-uine years, and had positively
refused tho proffered protection of such
thieving scoundrels as Jiff. Davm and
Inham Hamiin.' We don't want their pro
tection. and won't have It, The idea of
such a swindling, robbing, lying, sham
and imposition as the t)iIa Government
" tolerating open rssistanoe" to itself, is
the rarest impudence we have met with
in a twelve-month. Tho Enquirer is as
magnanimous as the old fox inlhe fable,
who, being at the point of death, claimed
it as a great virtue that he always ("pared
the lives of tho tough bid hens. It con
tinue thus : , , ' ., . ' ,
No vestige'of the Federal Government
remained, and its very name had been
expunged from the laws, forms, oathr and
courts of Tennessee by the solemn acts of
it own legislature Yet, there were men
in a considerable section -of this Ktate
who boldly advocated the cause of the
old government, and took up arms in its
eanse ; who organized a complete system
of espionage for the aid and benefit of
the public enomy i ;who " bushwhacked"
the Southern soldier in the lonely woods;
who alarmed, infuriated and excited tho
people with false statements in relation
to our government J who depreciated our
currency, openly recruited lor Lincoln's
army, burned our railroad bridges, cut
down and destroyed our telegraph lines.
A few of tSeni, and but a few of tliem, hare
been subjected to puniohment; we repeat,
no Uniou man who has not acted treaHon
to the Confederate States, who has not in
some form, been in open, factious rebel
lion against its laws and authority, lias
Uen tnly'ecteil lo the lightest inconvenience on
account of hit lenlimenti.. In all communi
ties, eveu the most enlightened and Chris
tian, there will be perpetrated individual
acts of violence during turbulent times,
and especially when the State is iu the
throes of revolution. Our country in this
respect has not been more fortunate than
others; but instances of this viulcnco
have been very rare, and generally pro
Tho fact that a political party, styling
itself the Union party, still exibts in
Kast Tennessee, intact, dominant and
defiant, w hich, in the month of May last,
electol Im circuit judges and one clumcellor
as L'nit'H men agn' nit competitor $ xchotvere
run as loyal S'Uthern men, is a forcible
commrut upon tho charge of pet JocutWii
and severity in tho aduuuiHtration of the
Confederate Government in Trunessee.
Our Government cannvt ajord to lose Eat
Tennessee; oud when it does secure its
authority there experience may teach it
the necessity of a firmer if n4 luusl.er
policy to keep a turbulent and ungenerous
ptioplo in subjection ttthe laws. 'J his
tectum of country is I'u. keystone of the South'
em arch. It is u.iw in great peril.
Whether the great irtery through w hich
the lifeblood of the South now circulates
the East Tennessee and Viriuia Kail
road Is to be Burrctuttired." Whether tlie
only ad(tnvt-i supply of salt is to bo lust,
whether the otily bog crop in the Soi'th
is to be surnndered, whct.Vsr that am y
uf undisciplined vengeanca and indis
criminate slaughter, from which so much
is hoinli by Iirowiilow and his northern
friends, is to ho permiUd to burnt across
tho devoted land with the desolation of
volcanic fire, are questions of vast and
The testimony which the Enquirer
btsr alone to tht noble steadfastness of
Katit Tennessee to tho Union ruse, is of
the highest character, aud will exalt the
eonMtitucuts of JouNttov, Matnaiid aud
their compatriots, to the bftirnt niche in
the temple of freedom. It shoe, Uo
i . ..
now important Last Tenuesse is regard
1 by the C-otore at Richmond; they
can it the "rcvo-ixu 0B in borYHEKK
aim, ana nlf tksi Tennessee and
irgiuU Railroad the Vuat ahtkiiy
Tita n ou wuicH tux lite-blow or thk
south hhovlatia." lf -Am HOi.-, this
artery as quickly as possible. Edit Tcu
nvse w ill give us thuu.- -f tcruita,
a she has already fui ui.Ued thoui.udi.
Wlco that territory is p,aMd by us,
the hrsitcf the rebellion will h, jtrt. ken
t Great r.tll
Tho sibstance of the following note
from Lavergiie, has been noinmunicated to
us by reliable Union men, for weeks
past, bnt wc have delayed noticing it on
account of the presmrt- i f a multitude
of other matters. - Is it pasiible that
either loyal or disloyal dealers, fioni tho
North, or living in Xahhville, or beyond
onr lines, sre allowed by our military
authorities to carry neeecsary article,
like (alt, into rebel neighborhoods? Wo
Lave heard intelligent poisons, who had
means of observing, J that the rebel
beyond onr liii'S sre well supplied, snd
not they alone, but large quantities fall
into tlie hands of Iho guerrillas. !$W
there is nii use hr professing to place re
frictions around trade, and amioyin:
lyal people, with permits, if after a little.
formality the wholn object of establish
ing the system of permits Is to be frus
trated by'tlie esceive liberality of the
military authorities. ; We must pomtivcly
refuse to let even loyal men take articles
of trade beyond our linrsj or into locali
ties within our lines where they will
go into seceSHion hands. How easy in it
for a merchant to sell Cfty barrels of salt
to twenty or thirty of his rebel custom
ers, wLo, without tho knowledge or ap
probation of the merchant, will transfer
it to some squad of guerrillas w ho are in
the secret. Cannot these Tcry men say
tli at the guerrilla forced them to give it
up, and that it would have been upolcfS to
resist? What shall be the remedy for
such a misfortune ? More salt, we mip
pose, fait is Verily a wonderful pans
era for this afflicted region, although we
never heard that it sweetened thu odor of
one who was tainted with treason. Who
care' whether those who are trying to dc
stroy tho Gprerumcnt ever tasto aalt
again ? . W would not allow one of them
to kiss the big toe of Lot's wife, for fear
some' saline particles midit adhere to
their lips. So of other articles of food
and clothing; men who are traitors must
do without such things. Our authorities
we trust Will attribute these remarks to
the right feelings aud motives, aud not
to a censorious, fault-finding and olllcious
disposition. We appreciate the immense
responsibilities which rest upon them
the annoyances which forever besot them,
and the oversights which men in their
position must inevitably make some
times. ''t Their position has ho allurements
for us, whatever, and we pity the man
who holds it. A suggestion, however, may
often be profitable, ahd as such we offer
the above remarks and tho noto following:
.' , Layekosf, Aug. 7, 1f62.
Editor of Urn Union : ,
Dicah Bin, Allow me to ask the au
thorities, through your piiper, ''If they
have taken a contract to supply the
Southern rebels with salt and otiier gro
ceries.'' There is not less than 100 bar
rels salt passing this little place daily
besides other groceries. If this rate con
tinues the rebels will be able to prolong
this infernal war forever. The authori
ties, If they wish well to the country, or
wish to discharge their duty, should not
permit any one secessionist to take back
into the country more of anything than
will answer his present necessities. This
thing of supplying the enemy with six
mule teams, and depleting them with a
wheelbarrow, will not pay. - Such a
course docs not suit a Union
SoLMEiion ASvoTiiKn Mas.
The most bigolted, jealous, grasping,
insatiate, cruel, barbarous, and despotic
influence which ever corsed a nation hns
been the political power of African shi
very. Tlie deadly foe lo all progress and
improvement, the enemy of freu speech,
and of free thought, the oppressor ond
ilisfranchi&'rof the poor, the monopolizer
of land aud tho consolidation of Wealth,
hostile to tho mechanical arts, and to all
inventions, the corrnptor of courts, and
tho pollution of churches, it luu sought
to make itself not only the "chiof-cor.
ner-stone" of the Government, but its
supreme autocrat. A Republic cannot
tolerato the rule of such a political influ
ence, which being at lirst a modest lx-al
system, new claims to bn the Federal Con
bo long as slavery occupied the posi
tion, in which it was tolerated by the
founders of our Government, as a licnl
and domestic system, it excited no hostility
and was fully protected by the Govern
ment. Abolitionists and abolitionism
were unknown, so utterly groundless is
the assertion, made by the partisans of
slavery, that Abolitionists began the sec
ional controversy. The contrary is true,
that certain politicians sought to raie
slavery from its local obscurity to the dig
nity of a political organization, and m ule
loyalty to ita interests flic patsport to
p jlilical honor. The slave Stales unhap
pily wtre too readily led into the snare,
and the system sonn Itecamn the platform
of a consolidated political organisation.
Every statesman iu the couutry, no mat
ter how pure and eminent, who refused to
be the Slav of this detestable faction,
controlled by such traitors as Caliioi-
aud M'lkiTiii, aud surli ruffians as Ku rr,
Toouus and Wiotau,, wai persecuted
by its blood-bounds, lion. Edward
EvEant wa$ nearly being rejected b
the United Find l Senate, w hen his name
caniebcfoie it for confirmation as Minis
ter lo England, solely from the fact that
he was a Northern man. And the ques
tion naturally arose in the minds of all
intelligent patriots, t'ii! this GneniiiiU
lie enmlndled l"j a vur syttcn f Ixal pro
pmty t Th farmers of Indiana and Ohio
asked why amv, which were only Ivat
pr-jteriy, 'jhoiild rule the nation any more
lien '.heir property, liich consin'cd in
., (ft nd Vifi f Vrhy bU'.flld the j
possession of five slaves jjive a nun fur
.Wj as much political power at I posse, j
who own thousand of dollars worth of I
flnchois and sleera? This war theu,
we lee, is clearly un effort of the patriot
paity to return iho Guveruuunt tiero It
belonged at it foundation, fn tie lT'e, j
instead of to property. It jg tl) efiort to
break down the power of a faction, num
bering bat 300.000 members united by a
tie, not of principle but of projrly, and
that property consisting of slaws; snd to
restore power to the people.
A I. Illle too Arenratc.
The New Voik Herald h a 1'ialliiuoie
correspondent, who in hi icalto prove
that the Republicans are responsible for"
the irbellion, and that it can't be put
down until I'uchanan Democrats sit
elected to olilce, occasionally profes a
little too much and 'performs the teat
vrhlchplgs are said to dowhen swimming
a stream, lie, begiusby saying :
" The rclicla are stronger to-day than
tliey wore ayear sgo that tUir military
force is greater to-day than that of tli"
United States, and thut the Uuion feeling
at the South, w hich year ago beat high
and prevailed to aorae extent everywhere,
is bow nrarlv extinguished. I have lull
it to bo my duty to send thus facts to
you just as I have received tliciu, without
color or exaggeration, that the readers of
tho JJervld may see bow necessary it is
for the nation to put forth its utmost
strength in" order to put down the rebels
In Hie field, and how equally necessary it
Is to get rid of. tho abolitiouims in f,rm
gress, and to repeal all the abolitionist
legislation of tho last Congress, if we
wish to revive and develop the Union
feeling of the South." ,
Tho correspondent then says :
" Throughout the whole of the States
of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louis
iana,' South Carolina, Virginia, and in a
large portion of North Carolina anil Ten
nessee, there is but one sentiment among;
the people namely, nnshaken devotion
lo the Southern cause, perfect conlldence
in the Confederate Government,' ami a
Settled determination to persevere in the
Strangle until '. their independence is
achieved. The latter is the prevailing
idea. I have myself, during the progress
of the war, and particularly since last
March, conversed with dozena of the
rebel officers, prisoners, all men of educa
tion and intelligence, and I have always
remarked that they speak of Southern
independence as the cause for which they
took tip arms and for w hich they are
struggling. Slavery is a matter of se
condary importanco. . I have yet to find
the first me who went into the war on
account of slavery. They eay they like
the institution of slavery In-cause it ii
suited to their climate and productions,
becauao their interests, in the light of
political economy, require nlave labor.
" Iiut," they say M w e would sacrifice
that, as we are sacrificing our lives and
our fortunes, ii it is necessary, in order
to achieve our independence." Kvcn ,the
Union men in the South now entertain
Xow if the Seraufs correspondent had
not . been m anxious to make political
capital for the " Out" he might have re
flected that if the Southern people are
determined to ' achieve their indepen
dence," and look on " slavery as a matter
of secondary importance," itwonldmke
but little difference to them whether the
abolitionists were put down or not, inas
much as a purpose so settled as theirs is
represented to be would probably be
moved by the election of Smith instead
of Jones o Coogresa. '
The export trade of New York isiu a
highly flourishing condition.' The ex
ports from that port for two weeks end
ing, August 5th, amounted lo $8,000,000
in produce, not one pound of which was
Southern produce, and since January 1,
The news from Europe of a further ad
ance in breadstnlls, and of the excite
ment in tin markets including a con
tinuation of bid weather and a probabil
ity of short, crops on the other bide will
have the effect of still further stimulating
exports of food,'' and creating great ac
tivity in the produce markets throughout
the West. The Jb-nld informs us that
money is very abundant at four per cent
on call.- Certificates of indebtedness are
selling at Drt;, green backs at 105.
Much lower rates fir money are expect
ed in Wnll street. '
The rebels will come back into the
Union with tho useful knowledge that
there are other articles of produce more
valuable (hau cotton a lesson they have
not yet learned
Handbills were posted around Ilarris
bun;, l'a., on thu 4th instant, announcing
that Senator Jim Lane would address
the colored men that night, and that he
would call for one company of negroes,
who would enjoy jierfect equality, with
pay, rations and bounty: tbe same as
white men receive. Tho authorities
would not allow the meeting to be held.
.V. lr. Ihrald.
It turned out that the handbill was
a forgery, printed at the lttxitAXAS
Democratic Conservative newspaper of
fice, by the local editor for the purpose
of creating au excitement, and prevent -ins
UBn't I n)- iltrir laitt.
With all tlu ir bounty and high-toned
sense of honor, it would seem that the
prominent rebels of New Orleans are
debtors to tho city treasury. In the N.
Orleans Commercial Uullelin of July 25,
we tlud two pages aud a quarter of names
of defaulting tax-payers for the year
18 51, alphabetically arranged, and among
them these two en-jgestivo lilies :
Hut !! John..
iViuiii 11-. frr.,
"lit n T
fs.1 1? IHl
Ilepudiatiou ii a manciple which the
leaders of secessiuiiini. or "Southern
llihts" carry into al lb wnlks of life ;
aud they shirk, every obligation which
may be inconvenient r unpleasant. I
DHL amassed millions by downright
sh indling aud icrjuiy, pm:.ied towards
the State, and now, li.ivii-f, aided lit iu
vnlving IiOvtisiana in an .ooiinoiu d-fbt,
jy her pir'icipation in lhe civil war, he
ropudiutta Ids tax-bill. And this is a
good spu'iiiieu of rebel chivalry and
The Police of Dolfimur sre removing
all photographs and pictures et jebtl
otftoers found in show' Hindu
SJF.W ft IIMC-ATIUM,
We have received the Anjtust number '
or that excellent magazine, the Atlantic
MutiOilg. Some of the best contributions
to our periodical literature have appeared i
first on its elegantly printed pages. It is '
always a welcome visitor to our table.
The Continental Monthly for August is i
alo on our table. The present num. ;
ber contains the concluding chapter of '
"AmoiiR the Pines," by a resident of
North Carolina, one nf thn most popular
and exciting pictures of Southern life
ever produced. It also contain the first
number of '' A Merchant's Story," a pic
ture of Southern soeiety, aud also a
truthful history of some eminent North- j
eru merchants whoare largely in "the
cotton and Sugar trade line."
It will possess ) intense interest no
doubt. Tho follon ing "pome " from the
Continental is worth a good deal more
than a oontinrntal , and will be read
with pleasure by our VankeeSecesHionlsts
and Connecticut Southern Rights wcmeti:
THE I. ANT 1I Tt II.
Wnrsi In llio S.Millirt KMIi.tIi. n J '
I. Hint ! it lili h hb liusl kisbiI T
l-'l wlit'iv tlit.' JiilurH g"4.i fllii-K lo
l'rri un I'tHntNlInn i: n 4:d .Iry . '
Vt I rtr .iMit4rN o4 fcinriMi liivl.
Alt'l lutk us uyhtor Bi -niui'ii t ! '
It ! on, nh ! r ii. uh ' tut. iu, uii '
T.i Hint ii ou inuM fiinlinr '
VVli.-re in 111- Sonllir-in'n I'uili ri..t
Ii lli'it U-'t il.lrli hi hnul riHii''
l-tlt rIhiiii Fori Di'UhIm.ii.
W li.-pi i'luj'l ' ukrilHiltlleil,' nn.iita g .Ii, ,
I'm V tl up lilt tmi-t arnl t"ls uwaj
ttiitl I a lir liftit 4ili hy d.ny v
Oh .' I..J, db i no. ub ! iw. no, uu 1
T find il ) nu luu-a furthuj- u. ' . .
Wlwrs In Ui Smtlironi Krtltisrtsu'1
In Ihsl laat ilildi hm mini -iii.i
In tt at Nashville, 'IVtllirNf,
Onoa more city of tlie frr, '
W bare Inhniii H url sud hm tn.U
'lliievi.il JumI lo million from tit- -i'li...) H
I ib ! no, uh ! no, nh T no. no, no r
To 0ud it yull inll'l furtlmr K".
Whir Iu the Roiiltiron' hirtifrliiiil
Is that lat illt. Ii Him (lunl mnsdr
Koowitt tlinu a siieam InUa coll 1b- Stx,
K'lnnil ft plantation ol (Uil Mrk'i,
In which, bp Flfaaifrrd onre Nor,,
Hii hoi-si. flioulit drink wlit-n h11 is o'nr f i ,
Ami then, my S'Mittiron fi IhuiI, you'll rial .
illti-li i'ii-i y lo your mini!.
William Ij. Yancey has been making a
speech in Itichmond, in which he advo
cates the crowning of Jefferson Davis
with supreme power, With the title of
Dictator. Jio Orleans Delta, July 22.
Of course this is done at Ji:ff. Davis's
instance and approval, as no man would
dare to make such a proposition at such
a time, unless lie was backed by the
power of the military arm. J try. Davis,
accordiug to that gross imposture, the
Confederate Constitution, is President of
the skedadderacy for six years, bnt even
this does not appear to satisfy him.' ; Un
der his dictatorship, with the conscript
law, and the Currency law, the deluded
people of the Honth will have a fruitless
search indeed for those fabulous " rights"
which have bee n their dream for so many
years. I!ut what olhor(end could be in
store Tor a government whose "chief
corner-stone is African slavery f If
such be the corner-stone, what could the
superstructure be save one of skulls and
human bones, like the skeleton palace of
Tamerlane ? Davis may pretend nt first
to refuse the proffered Dictatorship, but
if he puts it aside when that howling
murderer, Yancey, offers it, it will be
very much in the manner after which
Caesar put aside "the kingly crown"
which Mack. Antony offered him "upon
tho Lupercal j" very gently indeed, and
each time more gently than before. Tbe
Confederacy is already a Dictatorship
and Davis is a Dictator.
Tin: GuKiiitiM.A Wauiauk in Ki:s
ri" kv. -The Louisville Journal says :
We learn by a passenger by the Nash
ville train last evening that a party of
Federal scouts left Howling Green in the
direction of Woodbury, on Wednesday
day evening. The commander - of the
the expedition started two men to the
residence of a man named Westbrook,
for information in reference to a party of
rebel guerrillas. One of them, named
Wilson, was shot and killed by one of
the Westbroks as the two approached
Westbrook's house. fiiibsequently, as
the entire party were crossing a ravine,
they were attacked by an overwhelming
rebel force, and conqielled to return
to Howling Green. A party was
sent out to the Westbrook place and ar
rested three of the Westbrooks, who were
implicated in the assassination of Wil
Takkh CroM a Cm rn.ii, In a certain
Dutch settlement in tho vicinity of Com-
muoipaw, in the State of New Jersey,
the domiuie of the church gave notice
from the desk that those who wished to
umte with the church should attend at
the parsonage on the following: Weduea
day afternoon, that he might examine
them on religious subjects before, being
received as members.
''Hans, a simple, harmless, fellow, with
a toll heart ana a bead of the same con
istencc, w ent and presented himself as
a candidate for church iiiemliei 8hip;or, as
lie expressed himself, "to I taken in
npou the church.
The domiuie, suspicious of Ilau's
knowledge in doctrinal matters, begau
his inquiries by asking him how many
Gods there were?
Hands, counting on his linger, said:
"The God of Abraham, the God of
Isaac, and the God of Jacob dat isb
three, den dere ish God de Father, God
de .Son, and God de flolr Ghost dat
i makes six; and may be dere is some more
I I don't recollect, so w e well call it eight."
"Han," said the dominie, "you will
! never do; you must go back and learo
! your chatecLism.''
I So LI os, crest-fallen, and Somewhat
indignant, set off on hi way back, llav
j ing nearly reached home, he met his old
I acquaintance, Conrad, t.u his way to be
I e.au.:ucd, and asked Liui it lie was go-
to b IsLinir iu uoou tho churcli ?
0.).vv.iil styim tlit lis was, Hans told
Lim io st- ii, jtu J he would li t biin know
whetlef lie w.n'.d jiass an exAUiloatloik.
"Now," evs "till iu how maiir
C!ods tlu-re are?"
'()ue," rallied Cnuisd.
"1111:11," said IIaus, "yoa tus just
turn Lai. k, ;ou will m vei ; I tld
the (l.'uiuis tlir is wcissLt, ami lt i.
By Last Night's Mail-
CtM-iHjiATi, Auust 3. At a meeting
of the City Council, held this morning,
there was a committee of three appointed,
to act in connection with other commit
tees lo pay the last tribute hf respect to
the late General MeCook, with the power
to proceed to Louisville and escort the
body to this city. devolutions were
passed that thet'ity Council attend the
funeral, and the Mayor be requested to
invite the different military and civil as
sociations. The Chamber of Commerce
also appointed a committee to proceed to
i.ouisvnie anq escort rne remains to Vin-
Kilbscrinlinna Wi tm Ixiiinl fun. I
noon fo-day reached S 100,000. -
Detroit, August 8. Michigan has
nearly CUed her quota nnder the last call
without resorting to drafts. If a abort
extension of time is allowed clghtregi
ruents of infantry and one of cavalry lor
this State will be ready : for the field as
soon as equipments are received.
Wahinutoh, Aug. 3.1 Prominent wen
from Ohio who have Just arrived here
report that the first quota of volunteers
from that State is filled. They add that
if the Government will wait till the Urst
of October the second quota will also be
filled without resort to drafting.
Senator Dixon states that Connecticut
will fill her quota by the end of next
Inwan-ai-ous, August 8. Indiana's
quota of volunteers under the last rail
for three years js entirely full, with a
surplus ol three or four raiments. !
cruiling is more brisk than at any time
clnee the war commenced.
Fourteen or fifteen r.uiiiior.l will
leave for the field as soon as arms can be
SriUNOPrKl.il- Mil. Antrim, x M.I.
- , - - "n - - " -J
Montgomery came up with Coffer's guer
rillas in the weste rn Dart nf Dndft rnnn.
ty yesterday, and attacked them, kill
ing 11, wouuding i. and taking 17 pris
oners. Not WltllRlailllillir tbe ord.-r of niw.r.l
Pope, relative, lo guarding rebel dwel
lings, parties have been detached from
the New York . Ninth (Major-Oencral
McDowell's command) to tako charge of
two residences in tlie neighborhood of
Warrenton. This appears tf be the first
disregard of the senior General' instruc
tions, aud will doubtless be examined
into when he returns to Warrenton.
T II K A 'I' It I'. ,
nulfWd A .r.igu..-,.
, . . . Mnic
B. T. Minims,
Monday KvenlnR, A Of. 11, 1S08
Or, The GreBlc Maiden. , .
- , . 3 'a
" .ii oijsom m of iu It'Ufflli no dtlicrpiUGs
will Ut i fi mel witlt if
StiWIM SIinilXiii FOIl SILK
MACHINE NEEDLES . x'
For lirovor A. Ilaker's, uherlar tc
Wilson's and IIwe .Machines,
Also, MACllIN'E OIL,
And viiy tiling urrtiiiii.ng to .--wIng Miti-tnnn.
All Klinls ut '
At W. rmiiHAS Wall I'.iiKir Slura, O r. mwlarjck
Vtr.t nml lul.l.c Sicmra,
s'le tr ' iijr r. jpjmk."!
rHEHll COI!X; MtAL. lor xultt' nt' tic
I nn,tv Ml'l, ' "
' 'P D. HICK FY, Xfmt
lALt. Fl'ltSlsllKD HorsK, (IR TIIItl:K
ll.IU h.i -. 11,. mill KlK li.M, ,
KIT Aitiirmu, villi t. run, " A. C," Um ;n.
Sheriff Sale. :
BY virtu of s Y Vs M nm Ilirooia sinj .IrliT. r d
O-uin the llounmhli, t.li-iMtlt turt nf Fisvlilr-s
Cuuoty, Ti nnif., al ia llmi-l) l.nm. I8H1, 1 llii.
pns ti imli.w, ma, tii tho h ghiwi lilliii.r. lor rnh
St ttl UwrthOMM TA, III lllf HIT of NuliTllll- l
raturdity, Hm M Ii nsy vl Aim11!-. lkAS.sll In rlubt,
tills, i-lmiii, Intiiml wnl uliw-, In, b W. 0. Bu'h
then ti,1,or tiny Imv. since srqnliiil. In t.d lotl.s
MIowiuk ilststilxM tut si' Uronual Itisfin Istvi is.s
I ..iiiiiy , siiiKi ol ltn. mi, (ttirra luxi ( milml nl
nxotJ id ilio Ri-gixun's oitl-s) iu Kiuth NsgLfi,
fraul-ng on tns s.t si4al llin-ry I'lren St) f.ot, sn4
running buck bull wsy tu (illg Alrsst, snd bouudml
on tmih I(Im by lbs prorurty ol lunac t'sul. on wdu t;
tln-rs Is s two-story hrck bons-, bring Itir rmi S.W
by b.i! I'sai Is H . U. HimIi la Uis -iu 'A lots kauva
s tbu llyrinn (irovn niirty. snS b-ll on ss Uis
pron-r1y of W. . Hu-b.to stnif- s juilioiiit irn.
J.red In fsTOr of Thi'miis Wells sgulutt VI. L.'t!li.ss,
W . ii. Hash, tiitl C W. ltii.. ,
J. M ItlVTViN,
By Tsoa. Hnssow. Ip. rbll. hnrlfl of 0. C
AuKunl lib, ltns-id . i
NEGRO FOR HIRE.
. Samivil.k, A;gut flih, lflfj.
I HAVE A N i'MUFR ONK NEOKO MAK I WHn
U hir In Un r'wy by tilt montN, - '
Any nil wMng la lilr cait cnuirr of qi At No
20, histli Ht vr tm iry i i tii- t. In. JuHk L
OtiiUTy., 0, (t.-(fn Httttt.
ut7-.m VUIXIAM 4, CHE VI HAU.
Cue I!unJrcd Dollars Reward!
TN 1'JbiaU'ARV tAT 1 HAU TWO Sft.KO MAS
X to i nn bwiit on a r"l tnni i-'larkiivilit., by ll
niti'NOi V'i.tT and Komt-np KhIiL l" t-n (1arl(-
1-ii of tl i,nir.
jk.uu U, ann Ii i r '24 ysum uia,Miil of Ourk im
lI-moL, tiLi r is ''-. f ;vl k. n-i In ul yaitu tni
l'K'l"U. AU1 Will W-llt W T j.VO litlls'l", wti.l W
irfmt -i isr 'i y-t ol'l. w hn y t nl
iruoi Un( iiiy of in son sic' Uivtilt'O.
tiii give ili lx KfwarU lu any iir if t hoy
win taring litem to mt m mo vny di jaiinjii.
WM n. CHKATflAtt.'
HeatvClv, TflaU , Autuii 7 ill, iidX (.Jtf7-tlS 1
SYRUP ! ; ;.,
Ah HA 1. 1. LOT OF rilOKB N. o. t-yhir
"Ms bii'siou B-nr.,,1) ,'' lu sinsil n- k,"S
lor n low by WH I.Yf!f,
i(4-l . 41, Uulll MtirM
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auotioa &c ComniisBlon
Sftl.P ITS iM'IVItS'fh, AKD WJl.lciVB
or-m 4 atl-nt 4i w tu- -jf I. v (Vwi, Thi,
bUttr , tls an i MfffLtn ttt g'-Sinratly '
A'- Umi I t'-i'Ji ii u,J i.i-trtt y.
l:ju.V i -r-M -nl 4 rtrtt.,i, K. P. II i)lt
! i , A . J , I' n. u.j 4 .cuvil.f , T.,
Good Board and Lodging,
AT HA.OO UB WtK, IS l'An VfVPe,
Isy Bvmi J 3.00.
M. I'EAfOf K,
' 11 B-iy lr.nl
A B0rI TO HrKT. Am If la M. fm-m
To Town Rnd Country Mer
chants, Sutlers, &o , &c.
y vt. - i', i
y" LUY TOUR STOCK
AM) fmil V1K',
AT WIIOI.blAl.R. K
J. M. MURPHY,
72 PUliLIC fJQTJARK.
fT'tli TJBTH IOMM, CBiniVil CliMftS Al.t.
r kls-ki of M.AX TllHSAl. SJ-Olll. OUTTON
KiTlXJNS. hk-A lW mi A,
- . .. i , .'.. .( . . 1
Cap, Letter and Koto Paper,
BL UK BOOKS and STITIOMTtT,
ivbx. nrv, WAij.KT, rontrr s.virr
I rUHTKMUMHsll!, r-A'KK OOl.l.AH". r-LAl
sjsi rANOY tOAi A. liKum-a, Mt raan'HAiiY,
IIk1c sul lCyeo, -
ImIIw Iltsltx. ' '
' Violin Hiring.
OAI M RAW snJ rASfCY FAN.i, HRfcU HfUID,
I U!Mi;NH, rtl k-S, (u.,1 s tbiJiuwuil utl.sr Ar-tuli-s
tu i uninwou to Mrstloo.
(T All Southern Money Taken.
- -l'Jl brfbrs pur4uslB( skMsasn.
psopcs als roii flotjeT
' .optics vkiiARr of jiHsihtyxrn,
Nsm.ui, Tsm., July suth, IsoS.
B1M WIIX UK BKOKITKU AT TntM OFI'll I
ntll S oVlo., e.M., Isissn.T, August fh,
IHI2, intiis persons loyl lo flit U.Tiiriiin.l of Ui
I nliol blaiM) ,
1,000 BARRELS EXTRA . FLOUR,
Tii l nslWsrsd st th fliiUlstonos Ht.irs konin-, lo
Nmtovllln, on or txfors lbs tmk of Aufni. ise.
Uldi lot prt of Hit k'kHir iwvinsd. M irk-nl mmiiln
rraursbvl llb Bidf.
rW.ris - d dt.tlort l'roHlii will bo rorrlvMl Tor
fnmlsliinff ths im sanmal bciwot-o thn loth, ss-l
liib of August, Imu. .
l'ropimls will U SfnUiro.l PnfmmiU fr W,"
ssitdiriH-tM is . i R. J1AOKF.I.V,
JuljSl-iltd , CnpU snd Cum. ISulw.
PICK HANPLKS 1,000 good beart split
fink Hub dlrs, tor ssls by
CMtASS SKEDS BIup, Otohitrd, Herd
snd Timothy rVd, Sir sale by
Recruits Wanted !
RKCRLITS WANTr VOR OOMFANT
tint ltKliiiut of Tsnusssns Utislry.
uvuilisny, now wrsni7.lug ( ,
At Columbia, Maury 'Co'., Teim.,
Is rspldiy ntllns itl. snit prssfnts sstrs lnlnsisnls
to wu WMhins t4 fo Into scIIts sm-tIos. Ths srns
torotiMlst of two Otills' Arms Revolvers. rsrolvlnc
CurbiDO.SBd s Ssbm Tim usuul ImuiitT of 1ki rr,
of Lanii.nnd Una Ilnndratt Islfsr t'sisls
Is piild tnri-b wrml. , ., , ,
sstr ror rurtbsr Inrormstton apply lo 1
I.f. XV. V, IIAHKI'Hi
J-4j30-,l H Kiyj ultlDg oftlrnr, I'oliimbli, Tp.
Wihh ik VAin yon thh nKm-nftTx w
tii Nurfnjor'i InattnimenU, x ' '
COMPASS, LrVKI.S, Ac, i .
blon(ins to Uis Oily, which wsrs Uk.s froin lbs
KKir ' ui'DsntUKiit, in Ihs lowr una M ths
Idii ksl-llousu, duriuM lbs wi-sk (if lbs psnlc la Vb.
runry lul. JNO. llLl.ll DMITU,
Jul3o-tlltn . -tU)ar.
RAN A WAT KltOM THR SVBrVRmEB,
ntKiil 'M e tm old ; 6 Ui & vr 4 Inctwa btxh ; Vt.
quiui bittrk i wtiik"r nn ha Utt ; uut
lnO piHiuaa. ih awiti hoy wm m Mvaiivmea
K'w dy Hp", mid triid h mi hi M url rwaboro tt Hit
tfttiPuf Un lit hltl', Kiiti pot iUhtlY wu(inttt In
tht hmii'1. I will trt llir nh'.ve Kwrjrfl fir ihr dr
livt ry r liit Htti l Ikj In ih .Uil at JShU tllv, o tht
1 rait ft lihii.
Library Association Co
II. FIMiCIs sV C O
Drawa DaUy at COVINGTON, Ky.,
AT If AND O'CUiOt- '
I'ndm- flu Super intentlenct of fnv.it A
$6,000 to $40,000!
Titkrti from One Foliar lo Tcu lb! Ion
. Oidrs fas Tloksls wil b promptly Smi.4 ky is
lam nutlt, snd rr vRlclsJ Ikrswliis Mbl lu sll mar
All Orders fof Ticksw, sd.lism
, It. FRANCS &. CO.,
g (lmlsrt sent (r p. at! ordsrlDJ. ' ,' ' .
1 . 1 1 . . . . '. i ,uly A-dAu,
By W.E.Childs& Co.,
fiAVKIfl AbD UllOKkH-S. '"
At o, it orth follrse Street,
M0HYILIK, TtS MtdtK ft, i .
Ol I I .Ml JlISHltl l,...uaT .1...
fcA,IKM) !1AT rltSK I.K Tfn.V,,na l,OlMJ
I Muh H.ANrMiS' HANK, si rHj Wm l-il. ...
Tm tMian.iosE!i has RAt'ii" AaaAKi.,;.
A seu Air .!- r.nia inials si tt-s l-wt , n
of 0140,MM) Hoibtls-ti, t Moiilumi
wtWn w.l, r.im. up tu lis liar of sit IM.
r Ordaia io.le-.tod.
P. D. I'll VET. A.x.1,
Cur&us Rr-4 j4 tlisU stts.
B0HAX-A imsll lot of telnwl It. rx,
Kor sa s ly M LYO.V
C0lTBRAji4 ttiti, frr ssU l
No. 50, Collet Street
Oflceri' Fine Dress & Fatigue
A fttn.l4 AssarlntcBl ! ri
I'iue ' iruTtewtt & s : ;; . ' r -
" Fine Truwkaj (Coppoc ElfetrJ,)
Klitit Vwllsea., v , , ,
3 How (iota KmbretJrrrd
Fine ICjnbroldeilcs, of alt kiJ4 -tiold
Ihttoi,, - - '
Mlk Hubbrr CoMli.
' ' 1 i. M
All stvl Tai-kb Collars' rsii.tr- and
Tkimhin-as, all kinds; Sn.t an 4 I5rTia
Flags; Fisk Casunkhb Shirts; LtHrv
Shibts, UAty.t Silk, Oaik Ifrmso and""
I.mi.K Thksao Undkhsiurts; Dhas anil
lKrr Gavntlktts, Ulovea, 4c, 1c.
General Railroad Office.
Ut.MtKAL JUllfOiD AN OailSIIS TllUCT OlTI.I,
o. , North ta-rrratm-t, ' -4ik
door fruwi I'alo
PKHtrfS 4lraln iMirftiK llwslty b? lUHrowl,
will SST S Mr orntars L, DurobsallK llialr VI, k.
sts st tbls I HI c. wlisrr 1 Irk-t. omn bs l-aj to all iim
lrlncipl bilM In lb Nartb, Bssi sad Wrvt, by tor
sbortiist snil m"l rsllnhis routa ; slss, Tlokcis uu b
hs4 lo HunUt ills, Ai., snd all HUktibmIUU yMnM w
tbn Nwiti.llls A VksmmaofS, m! Ti-nuossss 4 Al
I'lrwioa (oiix EmiOt nuri-hAlssT.W(4awin bat
tlinlr biis-iix 1 t.rcksw fiina auy ituMI of uari of tbs
i lly as Nr as LouKrtllv, hy.
Purrhass your T lm tbr day nrst lout lo lasvlls,,
so (bat ymi ran Ii-sts your csil fr Ihs OuinibMio
ronray yss to tlx lpo. ,
Ibroub i'llla ol lslisf, slvni( Sir alt clsssos iM
Frrlrht to all llm tirliitiinal ill ru.l i I ,...!. .11.
m a.-.iiiii, 4.'Uira.m,iit ninianapHXis, iMltaffis
Urns, Nkw York Onulral, hw Vork, Kim Ai Vsuuyl
raola Kallruatla. sr br Wati-r. at as low rata uliui
olbsr rouln. ' r
J I am ths noly Arb In Mils lt funi n fur
nlib Bills of La.Hu to tus rt by ll KsilrwuU, 4
by H iur and Hall.
for forlbor Isforinatlo Call si tlis CflW.
w. w. rmiu,
0rwl Tti kM as4 rstghl Afast,
BELTS & SASHES !
Llaia Offlrara, fetstff, III sd Iris 1, r.
masters, atMdl Uanaral fllllcora
I alt ((
REGULATION S WORDS,
BEITS , AKVs SIMIVS,
SlI.K AMD WORKTKD HASHRS, Nllf R0O
UtATION HWOUD lltl.Tt, LlTTBRS,
''- Fioraas, &e.,
tistols or all kinds,
rnasKNTATiotf Swosns, to Oasa. '
July J7 -3m
GRIFFITH & PARSOMS
. . u . .
i ... i
AMU WHuLEMALH IHAI.ER IH .i
Groceries & Provisions.
- I,.'., j 9
. i .. .a
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
, SWOl LDLJIS, v.
COFFEES, 8U0ARC TEA,
Mustard, Spice, Pejwr, Nutmegs,
BAGQINO, HOPE, TWINE,
. ... i .. ...
. JIUOOMH, lillCJltKXB.
C0ARSE& FINE SALT,
i.. i ........ , , . .,
' - - ' e i ..il t i
(1D1ES, FKIITS, WVils;
ROB A C K D I T T E R S,
Suttleia' Goods of all Kinds, '
. - - i : . , . .i.i.
ktti iwsuy olUss ixloha anlals. Aslly. MinLsM j
, r Ot,h, aB, mt rt tMftl! otil
. Call ami ($. - .
.. m r i . k :.
, GltlFI lTII v rAiiyo.Ns,
N I (tIJJiI r , NAHHVIILB, TsbiN
July Is .