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For Freedom and Nationality.
ft. '. rttKltM.lt, T'.dllor.
TUESDAY MO UN I NO, AUGUST 10, 1 R02.
ria Illllit lo be Treated n I'riMilirr
A Itit'liinonil paper states in a i,na
graph, which we print elsewhere, that
(Jovernor Letciihr will demand frum 1 ho
Confederate (Jovcniment the mirrrndiT
of all the Virginia Federal prisoners, for
tlic purposo of treating them "as traitors
and not as prisoners nf var." So fierce is
the hate which the relxds cherish towards
all aucU nion as the citizens of Western
Virginia and East Tenutcseo who refuse
to be bound by the illegal acts of rebel
State Governments. The Confederate
leaders profess to believe that the citi
zens of America owe thirty f'iirnlhyei
and obedience to an act of the Central
Government, if it conflicts with the voice
of a State, subjects a citizen to the ('rime
of treason! To such a pitch is this ab
surdity carried, that this Richmond pa
per asserts that (iovernor I'ieiipont and
United SUtes Senator Wn.i.v, and hun
dreds of other loyal Virginians, who are
now prisoners of War, will not bo treated
as prisoners of war if they fall into the
Lands of the corrupt and imbecilo an
thorilics of Virginia. They nro to be
hung up like old John Iiitoux. We might
btop here and inquire to whom would a
citizen of Virginia look for protection
were ho wronged by a foreign nation to
the Government of his State or to tho
Central Government ? Certainly to the
latter. Their allegiance is due to the
Government which protects; and the
Central Government, being the one which
grants the highest form of protection,
it follows inevitably that tho allegiance
of the citiens is due not to tho feeble
State which has no power to protect, but
to the Government of tho peoplo of all
the States combined. Let us Bee whe
ther Governor Letcher will dare to carry
out his magisterial bullying. lie will
have a heavy account to settle if ho does
Perhaps Isiiam G. Harms would like t.)
r ii i i ii .,m I
follow his example, and hang alllenms-
scans lor ireoson wno no noi onev a nuu-
night treaty, which sold them like slaves
to Jew. Davis, ratified at the polls when
muskets glittered over tho ballot-box,
and the mob was ready t) tear to pieces
all who dared to vote against it. The
fact is that the Rebel leaders have intim
idated us by their braggadocio so long,
that they believe they can subdue us by
mere dint of words alone. This threat
of Lf.tciikii's is to deter Union men in
Virginia from joining tho Federal army,
and to us it seems an indication that the
old traitor is becoming alarmed at tho
signs of discontent he sees around him.
Hut, instead of intimidating anybody, it
will impel thousands to enlist under the
national ling. These threats will aid in
stead of hurting us. They are growing
as rabid as mad dogs In the Rebel Capi-
ital; as we see that the JCmjniier urges
that no more prisoners be taken. Now,
these ragamullin, whisky-tub editors
and Governors aie utterly swamped
desperate Clod-forsaken. They feel the
presence of hemp around their throats
already; and knowing that they cannot
escape just punishment, rave like damned
spirits; howling over tho " burning moil"
of hell. '1 hey will counsel and urge
anything. Nothing is loo savage ami
ferocious for these poor devils. Rut we
hardly think that such counsels will he
approved by the peiple of the South
men who have wives and children ami
some lingering feelings of humanity
about them. These men will not very
long delay to extricate themselves from
the dutches of the harpies and vultures
of Richmond, who care not for honor so
they can have power.
Some stupid Secesh in this place seem
very ambitious lo gel us to notice them,
from the industry with which they send
us very ill-spelled, and intolerably stu.
pid anonymous notes, lilted with the low
est kind of personal nbiue. These scul
lions waxlo their paper and ink to poor
purpose. One of the earliest maxims Be
Tcr heard was that of a shrewd old gen
tlemnnwho said that none but cowanU
and blackguards ever w rote abusive anon.
ymoua letters ; and our own observation
has convinced us of the truth of his ob
servation. The bai k of au animj mom
blackguard concerns us as much as the
bark of a puppy in the dark, and no
more. We have many more impoi taut
mailers io ancnu io, man io nonce ino
slang id' a Yahoo, who has not manliness
to sign his ninne to his villificatiim.
It will never do in the woild to have
black olliccrs in the army, because in hot
w eather tin black olliccrs would always
vut-ittnk the w bile ones, mid would con
Hequeiitly be in (Vi.t e. wilh the ivst of
the army. There ould be nothing but
nmimj on one tide and yei fi.tiimj on the
other, and the army would soon slink in
the nostrils of the nation.
It was reported m'Ihc days ii;:n in the
newspaper that Dr. In mull, of M. lu
pin, had l.i .n raptured mar 1 li v.tr in
this Stale recently, by the guc I rilla'
while buying cotton, 'i he Doctor is a
ttauui h I nioii man, ,lni numerous
friend will be t-ialilud to ham that he
is still sate from the clutches of the
Wo are indiblcd to our old IriiiulT.
R. l.n 1:1 l.irn, of llopkiiisville, Ky., lor a
copy of the l.oiiibvil.c .'..' ;!. i i,e li'.ih
inst. lie reports that the l,.y Kintm kv
regiments are full to ovel tlowiti ,. Col.
RhivI'ow had refused four companies.
I lie Innilnt) Time n n 1'iopliri,
The limes of the 'Jt'ilh nit., Fpcaking
of the call f.,r .lOfMMift vuliinlei i -. says:
"It this war ii to cm ,,i. the immense
levy ordered by the Pre sident must be
actually ma.Jo. 'i lie tliree hundred
thousand men juus.t be forthcoming if
i irginia is io lie corniicrc!, or it even
Tennessee is to be held, lint lh ti r',U i7
"e arc told in the last dispatches
that the volunteering makes hIow pro
gress, ami that the question of a con
scription continues to be discussed.
Iraking for service, or, in other words, a
conscription was talked about ; but we
should think it would be only talked
about. The scheme of a forcible h vy of
iroops in a republic to Fubug( an'!
hold dow n another republic is one that
willhardlf bo seriously tiroimscd even
by the inure- fanatical of Mr. Lincoln's
AVc have before spoken of the igno
ranee of the most intelligent pi rsons in
England of American geography, re
sources, ami politics. hrnevcr the
spouters and scribblers of the petty little
isianu oi t treat l.ritam, hardly bigger
than Illinois, discuss the afl'airs of a na
lion like the United Stairs, they are as
much confused anil overwhelmed as
young Indian would be if dropped sud
denly in tho Flreels of London. They
arc out of tin ir element ; they don't know
what they are talking about. Tho Lon
don 'Jiinri is no Ik Iter informed than its
contemporaries jn the American question.
and blunders ridiculously whenever
pretends to depict public sentiment among
us. Wo have not only nearly complete
tho levy of 30t.,()0(), but tttivther :!0(),(KK) is
being drafted into militm service, and we
can add another and still another "00,000
from our loyal Stales. The Times
under the control of Mr. Samson, who is
an agent of IIo'i iistiiii.i's great Ranking
House, and its articles on all subjects
which are in any way connected with
their speculations, are modified by 6elf.
iutercst. In regard to this country it is
invariably either ignorant or dishonest
when it is not ignorant.
''lie I'riKOticr lit (.limp Morton.
Oiders for the release, by exchange or
otherwise, of the prisoners at Camp Mor
ton, luivo been received. Lx-Governor
Campbell, of Tennessee, is expected here
to make tlio arrangements as fxr as re
Kan'3 ,liu Tcnnesseeans. We learn there
lire iiiHov i moii nun anions ii em, anil
, - .rm ..' .
return to their homes in their State, and
stay with her in tho L uion. Thev pro
fess to be "Stales Rights men," and they
hvo willing to abide with their State ri
Ihcr in or out of it. Back to the rebel
army they will not go, preferring to re
main in captivity here. (Jovernor Camp
bell, it is presumed, will exercise bis
judgment in dealing with the prisoners
ironi ins own Mate.
We llnd tho above in the Indianapolis
Sentinel. Wc speak tho sentiments of
not only Gov. Cami'iikm,, but of all loyal
Tcnnesseeans when we say thai the re
turn of tho Tennesseo prisoners who pro
less io no - Mates jiignis men and an
willing to abide with thoir State, eithc
in the Union or out of it," to this Slate
in the present critical juncture, would be
neither safe or desirable tothefiicnds
of the Union. Such persons may say
that they will not go back to tho rebel
army, but hundreds of others have said
so anil joined guerrilla bands in a week
afterwards. One disaffected or proles
sedly indill'crcnt pel son, is more danger
ous to the loyal cause, vt hile living w ilh
in the Federal lines, than two avow
enemies in ino rebel ranks. We ranm
tolerate neutrals. Self-preservation for
bids it. We do not believe that any man
is neutral; certainly his preferences are
for tho Government or lor tho Rebels
and if they aro for tho latter ,lct him go
and join them. We havo too many spic
now swarming within our lines.
The State of Ohi will produce fil'tee
millions ol gallons of sorgho syrup thi
year. 1 he importation of plantation
molasses and refined syiups into Cincin
nati, to supply Ohio, and portions o
Kentucky and Indiana, and thoKanaw l
valley, has varied in quantity from thre
to live millions of gallons per annum
The greater portion of the plantation
molasses for (be territory above mention
id winl and was distributed from Cin
cinnati. It will be inferred from this,
that in respect to sugar and molasses, (he
Great West is already independent of
i.oulci.iii pUnlntions. The product of
sorgho in Indiana and Illinois will be
three times grealer this year than it ever
was before, and there will be an increase
in Kentucky. The crop in Missouri will
not be apt to iqual that of last year, on
account of the disturbed condition of the
country, hn' it w ill not be extravagant to
estimate the w hole crop of tomho in the
North at thirl millions of gallons. Sor
gho growers are Ftill experimenting to
make suiiar, and they me greatly en
couraged. A ' 1 1 x -1 i a i . Tk.mt or II , :i:.x-. A
''The blacks of liny ti have a singularly
delicate sens of smelling. They olleti
unconsciously display this physical pe
culiarity in t he most linlicioiis and unu
sual modes. When l hey are lm jug any -thing,
for example, t veil things devoid of
i.i dor such as a key, a tumbler, or a
plate they 1 1 j ii. n iy involuntarily put
il to their nose, as it to lest ils Ireshncss,
as our l.oiiscwivis would t. st the lush
ness of lish or meal. 1 n ho a gold rin
w ilh an alloy of copper in it, and they
will instantly di ted the presence of the
baser metal by the set se of Mmdlirig.
So, at h ast, I w .n told I y curious and
accurate obscr ei s."
Daikies in this latitude on the contrary
"have a singul.iily" . ,(', V.iiV ' ay of
smelling," in h"t w eatlu r.
Gen. 1'r.iNi i , and t im lit y -iiii.e other
l der.il ollicci s. viith three hundred Mid
I io n' t' pi isonei s, hav e I ei n taken lo lioi -d
nsville no' .VI by the rebels. So
say the Richmond journal.-. Wc aie
l'.:lrii;g wilh a foe wh is 'ast hivom.ng
thou nidi'y brutalized.
lialOKti rounded on Fad.
luriAi-TF.r.s Tvo ,V.c i;X-h.
Maoam IliiiiirLVr.R Oh, my dear Mrs.
r auri "ard I am w ihamel ' a "Urt il-l
lo itircl you Ibis lont,'i! morning. How
do you do, and how are the sweet little
Mt:s. Ri:ai I'.r.o Aim Children, fudge!
What lime have I to think about the
tin some brats or husband either, when 1
am busy flirting with Lincoln idinnlilcr-
Maiam If. i'rit llirl with Yankees!
Why, my dear Mrs. Reaurcgard, you as
tonish me. How can you stoop to notice
the nasty, low-bred vermin?
Mns. I! Oh, you simple 1 Don't you
Sec hurt mi filyt.t in it 7 Now, don t
yon know that when I get one of the
greetiies on my sofa, and dose him with
liClo wine, that he begins lo fancy
that I am the cleverest lady in the world,
and then, with the least quizzing, makes
me his confidant, and tolls me all the
military secrets: Why, you may be
sure that the nexl morning when I apply
for a yiss, which I am sure to get, I have a
real budget of news to carry out lo Motj
ri.w's messenger, who is in waiting for
ii iV at our friend's house.
Madam II. My dear sister, what a
cunning angel you are. Nobody but n
born Yankee would have contrived such
a trap. And to seo how nicely tho silly
flies walk into the spider's parlor 1 Oh,
brave; this is really excellent! What
a sweet love of a bonnet yon havo got on
this morning. What is your fancy for
having two ril roses and one vhilcuvvr in
Mas. R. Stupid again, eh? Don't you
ecc the emblems of Dixie?
.Madam 11. Lord, les. Ill run
straight and havo mine trimmed in the
same waj'. Are you going to Church
Madam II. Xo: my preacher is in
the Penitentiary. Risides, Heaven and
the Savior are pretty well played out.
lam for Jkik. Davis and Dixie. Yonder
comes two of those dirty Boldici s. I'll
.make a mouth at. them.
Mr.s. R. And I'll hoist my linen !
Ei emit undo.
Trcmriidou I prlxing !
Volunteers arc coming thousands upon
thousands to the Union standard in all
the Northern States. Never did the peo
ple manifest such zeal in hi half the Gov
irnmenl; and never were the prospects of
the nation so full of promise. We hear
the death-knell of the infernal rebellion
in tho shouts of millions of freemen.
Friends take fresh courage and gird your
selves to your holy work ! 77"' L'uton
lllit at Dj en-bnrj;.
Two gentlemen just from Dyersburg
inform us that Fau.kskr'h guerrillas,
were completely defeated some days ago
by eighty Federal soldiers. They got
F.u-i.KN'di's watch and horse and the
horses and guns of sixty others, bcsidis
milking alarge number of ptisoncrs.
This gallant Cnnfcdcrste ollicer, now a
prisoner at Washington, is not a son of
Moses Gt'inncll, of New. York, as we in
advertently stated tho other day; but of
Henry Grinnell, w ho, we learn, possesses
none of the fanatical trails of his brother.
Mr. Henry Grinnell was the projector of
the Arctic Expedition. His son, the
Lietileant, was tor some years at tho head
of a house in London, where he married
"an English lady, and subsequently re
moved to New Orleans. Ho was among
tho earliest lo enlist in the cause of the
South, and has proved his devotion on
several hard fought fields. Hiihmond Dis-
A very natural transition. First Mr.
Gi'.iN.vr.t.L, with a swollen purse, lakes up
his residence in England, and associates
w ith moneyed aristocrats; then he mar
ries and goes lo New (Means, where his
contempt for the laboi ing classes is in
tcnsilird, and finally, w hen his soul is as
full of hatred for free government as his
gall-bladder is of bile, he espouses the
cause of rebellion. So drift all friends of
aristocracy to the standard of desqiotism.
Those professedly loyal newspapers,
whic h ore continually deploring the pub
lication of rebel outrages, as being man
ifestly exaggerations, and tending to ex
asj crate our misoidod Southern breth
ri n, will please publish tl.o following
civilized and refilled paragraph from the
Kichnioiid (Ya.,) j;i-c, and accompa
ny i; wilh comments slewing that the
leaders of this damnable rebellion have
still a lingering seie of humanity:
Let every Confederate Soldier consti
tute himseifaii avenger ol tho biigandish
w arfare of the North ; hi thf r ! ',"(
Ui the l-itt'e full fr l.icl mwisiw;
ht there I mi yrtvrrer trim ; let the blood
on the bayonets l'f our Iroops attest to a
savage foe the Siiril of reta iation and
the fury of aw akened vengeance
briny; the North to a better
sense of the rules of civilized war. If,
however, it should steep the land in blood
and make of this war the most infernal
of civil cotillion, ol, the head of our ene
my be Ihe crime of tin so horrors. 1,'nh-VU-l-t
" Guardians of civilization," what say
yon to this troth and latit .'
WinskV. Thi article, that used to be
dear at '-" cents per gallon, is now sell
ing at Si" and SI I per gallon by the
luiitvl. Nolle 19 disposed of except on
Ihe order of the riovord Maishal. I he
fact that any such liquor can bo dispi..
td of at the piic named above, fhovvs j
clearly tl) Ihe people need klinoilauls
or fancy they do, to the detriment of j
tin ir pecuniary resources. ,
What I'okmv Imvks I'ol. Forney'
w litis bis lap. r, the fhila.le'phU V : i
" V. c to ed a million ol men to complete
lh- overthrow and fcubjugatiou of the
icU llion. Sin h a force would a pal t he
tiaitoia, and iismiic foreign Goven uiesiU
of thi' indomitable if lei miu it ion aiid re-fuil-oS
of this GoV. ll.U.elil."
Hevolu'oii In I Uropr.
There is a good prospect, if sin h ft
bloody prospect can be called good, thai
Europe will soon be the theatre of a war
as wide-spread and fatal as our own. In
tervention in our difficulties is becoming
more and more unlikely, and in fad im
possible. The following graphic sketch
of a scene in Ralcrmn, shows vividly Ihe
tendency of public affairs over the
TIIK lo.MlNO DEVOLUTION IS l.l HOI K
OARIBAI.Dl's lli'MAIIKS TO TIIK I'KOl'I.B
F rALl.lt MO.
The following ncv version of Urn dia
logue winch took place between Garibaldi
and the populace at l'ktermo is given in
tho Marseilles papers: At six iu the af
ternoon the Italian 1 oru.u presented a
magic spectacle. The entire National
Guard was drawn up in order of battle
from the Felice Gate to the Casina do
Cato, and the alleys were filled with an
immense multitude. In a word, iho en
tiro population of l'ulcrnio men, women
and children were assembled there.
Shortly afterwards the rolling of drums
and tho shouts of Iho people announced
the arrival of Garibaldi. The General
was embraced by all who could approach
him. After the National Guard had de-
tiled the following dialogue took place :
Tiik l'KOi'i.K Long live Garibaldi 1
We wish to go to Rome and Venice.
Gahiiialm Every great town and
every hamlet iu Italy desires and wishes
what the people in I'alermo wish. I ad
miie the sentiment which animates the
peoplo. I admire it because it cannot
lie but generous. It has a profound echo,
which is heard throughout Italy.
Tiik I'F.ori.K "To Rome! To Rome!
Gakidalei " Yes : to Rome, to Rome,
(o Venice! We must deliver our brothers
who are enslaved ; but to arrive there
we must Lave deeds, and not words!
With deeds, and not words, we will
make the Ronaparte quit our Runic. He
is not there to defend the interests of
Italy, nor the interests of the religion of
Christ represented by the Rope! False
hood! falsehood! falsehood! This man
is urged by luxury by rapine by tho
infamous thirst of domination. It was
ho who was the first to foment brigand
age, l'eoplo of tho Sicilian Vespers
peoplo of 18C0 it is atsolutely neces
sary that Ronaparto should quit Rome !
If it fdiould be requisite, wc must make
new Vespers! Let every citizen who
desires the emancipation of tho country
prepare a weapon! Strong and coin pat t,
we shall be able to combat tho strongest
rowers. Muratism would be but a mere
proconsulate of Napoleon ; Rourhonism,
prison, persecution, death! The Rope
King or the King l'opo is the negative ot
Italy! Tho government is not strong
enough to throw oir tho yoke of France,
the peoplo must urge it with their mass
es and their energy. Let us place sharp
weapons iu tho scale against diplomacy,
and diplomacy will respect our rights,
and we shall have Rome and Venice. We
shall go to Rome, but with arms in our
hands, as wo crossed tho Ticino, beat the
Austrians, as wc landed at Marsala, as
we came to share your fate, brave peoplo
of. Palermo. I will speak no more of
Tut I'loi'LE Down with French poli
tics! To Rome! Down with Murat!
Down with tho l'opo! Rome and Venice
for ever I Garibaldi for ever !
Gahiiialm To arms, then, to arms;
words aro not sullicienl. Armed wo shall
be feared, and the new crusade ot the
people will open to us tho gates of
Rume. No more words, then ; but deeds,
Tub Reoi'le Yes, yes; deeds, deeds;
to arms! To Rome and Venice!
Gaiuualiu I will raise Italy from the
inaction in which the is plunged. 1 will
go with you, and with you 1 will gain
tho last battle.
Tiik I'koit.k To arms! To arms!
Concord! Garibaldi forever ! To Rome
and Ycnico quickly t Quickly !
Garibaldi, then, returned to the palace,
followed by an immense crowd. Cur. of
Million limes, July tl.
The New York World says "wo have
before us a letter from a private in one
of tho thrco months' regiments to his
mother, from which wo take tho liberty
to extract tho following passage:
Mother, there is a serious subject which
I wish you to think of. liiti know w hen
I wanted to join Ihe army last year, you
were unwilling, anil gave as a reason why
I should notgothat they did not need any
more men. It was because of your objection
that 1 did not join and do my duty, which
1 have reproached myself for ever since
the last battle, w here so many bravo fct
lows fell doing what I ought to havo
done. There were a number of my friends,
besides , who breathed their
last in that battle. You cannot imagine
how 1 feel about it, as you are not a man,
but if you did you would no longer with
hold your consent, but say, go and do
your duty. Just think how many moth
ers, w ho havo more reason to keep their
sons at home, have sent them away with
their blessing. I think from what I have
ma (I in in v Bible, thatweaia just as
much under ourrathci a protection in
daugtr as we aro when we think wc are
safe. Even if I wus to loso my life, it
would be A satisfaction to feel that 1 died
defending what my forefathers fought
lor. lou know one cannot live always,
and that life was not given for us toman-
age so as to prolong it, but to do our du
ty, even if iu doing so we lose it.
Now, dear mot her, fcc , A c.
Now nothing could have been further
from that young man's thought i than that
his simple appeal would cvtr reach the
public eye. We choose, hovvuvi r, to
make il public, because this biave young
fellow is the repri si ntative of hundreds,
if not thousands of others, who have
been prevented troiu enlisting lor the w ar
by lovim; mot Iters w ho could not give
Crm: ion Wauls. Ralhe (he hand
having waits in warm water, dry with
g di tow el, and touch the top of each wart
only with aoiiafortis; a knitting iiccdl
or any 1 hi ng having a Fiuall point will au-
i I t j take up a small diop sullo ient for
each Wki t. In a few d s a dead pclli
will be foinied on the top of the warts,
hieh w ill scale oil w hen bulbed in warm
water. When this is removed, apply tin
I aquafortis a ;ain, and soon repeatedly,
' till the entir' wart is reduced to a level
; with the true hkiu. This mode ii'llic
1 live, and without pain. Tho wart so
jtnatrd w. II l. ever come aain ; but i an
In u -1 lie taken that the a.Uul o tis do.
t not touch ihe true skin about the wart,'
'. as it ii. ay bliater it. lri-U
j The Xiriuer Yo. 2 in on h 'r way here
j Iruw Ciuciunali Viiih a lo4 of horses,
NEWS BY THE MAILS.
Wa.SINi,To, August 1."
Tho following has just Veil isnued
Adjutant (it Nr.nw.'s On-t. i
Washington, August 12, ltij.
General Orders No. l.Vt.
The following is an order of the IVcs
idcnl of the United States, dated .lune
1st. Tho forces nnder Major-Generals
Fremont, Ranks, and McDowell, includ
ing the troops now und r Rrigadier-Gen-cral
Slurgis, at Washington, shall be con
solidated and form omi army, to be call
ed the "Army of Virginia."
2d The command of tho Army of
Virginia is specially assigned to Major
General dohn Rope as Commanding Gen
eral. The troops of tho Mountain De
partment, heretofore under the command
of Gen. Fremont, shall constitute the
first corps, under command of General
Fremont. The troops of the Shenan
doah Department, now under command
of Gen. Ranks, shall constitute tho se
cond army corps, and bo commanded hr
liilll Tt, .r,.. ,i. i . i ..
....... . .. ,tviD uiiiiri l-lllll ,11 H lit l III lil II
McDowell, except those within the forti-
ucations and tho Lily of Washington.
shall form Iho third army corns, and be
under his command.
Ci.rn i;i.'....e v I k. I) C..iiini,.r. i it .
Washington, August l.r.
Richmond journals are roc ived, which
ineulion lhat rumors prevailed in that city
that McClcllan had evacuated the Ecnin
sula. They consider it nuite probable.
but mention no rebel movement as fol
In perfect accordance with the rebel
ideas of veracity, tho battle of Cedar
Mountain, styled by tho rebels the battle
of Southwest Mountain, is claimed as a
glorious victory by them.
Uon. 1 rince, I wen ly-nn:c commissioned
olliccrs and three hundred und thirty pri
vates, are said to have been taken prison
ers. The names of the officers are null-
lished. They were taken to fJordons-
ville, handcuffed, and, in conformity with
Jell'. Davis' retaliatory order, are debarred
the privileges accorded to prisoners of
General King's force, a fine body of
men, etlected a junction with Gen. Rope
nuar the late battle lield. ou Monday
iour full regiments of Union troops
havo been raised in Arkansas, and or
ganized at Cassville, since July 1st.
Gkxeual TiT.anN Dismissed it;oh the
Service. 1 he Chicago Tribune of
Thursday publishes tho following :
IIuntsvillk, Ala., Aug. 12,
I am dismissed from tho service. I
leave for Chicago to-inorrow.
J. II. TURCIIIN.
General Turchin's commission as Rrig
adier General was received from tho War
Department yesterday, by his wife, si
multaneously with this dispatch. The
commission dates on tho 19th of July,
nearly a month prior to tho)linding of tho
court-martial. Wo uiidersiandtli.it the
issuing of tho commission invalidates
and quashes all proceedings f the court
martial held upon Colonel Turchin.
Hkaix.'Uarters Gen. Siokl
Neau Ckpak Mount, Aug. 15. 1
In nearly e very house between Cedar
Mountain and the Rapidiati, wounded
rebels aro found. Contrabands report
Jackson driving all colored people before
him, and ordered that they be shot in an
auciiipi io escape, i no country near
Orange is stripped of food and foraj
llantcrs begin to fear starvation, and
say (hey will endure it rather than take
tho oath. Scouting parties from Gor-
donsville report Jackson a eutire army
had reached there.
Washington, August 25.
Correspondence is desired with colored
men favorable to Central American, Libe
rian or llaytien emigration, especially
the lust named, as the 1 resident has an.
nounced the intention to aid such a de
sire to found a settlement of Anglo-Afri
cans. Communications on the subject
should be addressed to Rev. Jas. Mitchell,
agent of emigration.
Fete of tlie Viceroy ofi'.srpt.
The viceroy of R-ypt gave a splendid
fete, in the oriental style, on board his
yacht at Woolwich, Ungland, on tho 10th
ult. No expense was spared to mako the
affair as elegant as lasto and money could
mako it. 1 he fete was attended by tho
most distinguished m 'tubers of tho Ri it-
ish peerage,! ho duchess of Cambridge, Iho
princess Mary, the Sutherland, W elling
tons, Granvilles, Sydneys, &o., &.v., and
w as unsurpassed in lnagniliccricc.
The yacht's decks were covered w ilh
vines and flowers, the stairs were carpet
ed and tho cabins hung with rose colored
silk. Silver pillars supported the enam
eled ceiling and the rarest and loveliest
flowers and trailing vines were every -
vviicre. MX oi me largest pine apples
ever seen iu England adorned the tables
silver and gold und buhemian glass held
the baked meats, and everything was very
gorgeous and imposing, particularly i
tremendous thunder storm, whicji dreiu h
ed the noble guesls as they arrived in their
dog-carts and phaetons liom London,
and made their iwi.ptiM " ,g ,,'
unpleasant." Rut it was a very hang up
ullair, and cost the tat old i acha come
thing very steep they say the plate was
ot ball a million sterling in value.
Velio iv Jack.
Our humane and chiistian-minded se-
ccbaionitds iiM-d to bank largely on the
prospect of the great gaps that weie sure
lo be made iu the federal ranks by tho
ravages of the yellow fever in the South
ern country. The unaccl. mated Yankees
would die like rotten sheep at New Or
leans, Haton bongo and all along tho
coast, they said. 'I he Confederates might
save their powder, lor pestilence would
hurry tho mercenary invadus ii.to hos.ii
table graves, and create such a panic that
the w aslungton Government would llrsl
have to put down a jiotiny before being
able to keep a sutlii lent guard in the cot
ton Slates. Well, it is now marly tin:
middle of August, and Yellow. link has
not yet made his advent. The lVver pie
vails now here in the ."oiitli us an pol, m
io, and but fi vv rac have appeared in
any f.iin. New (Means is a hi alihier
city than H. Louis this season. 'Jliis
vanishes a strong reliance of ihe enemy,
and thus I'loviilenio defeats KMi.-moii
expectations .S.'. .
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Further News from Baton Rouge---Gen.
Breckinridge Loses his
A Fight near Clarenilcn, Arkansas.
Evacuation of Harrison'! Landing
by the Union Troop.
Several Kew Points in Kentucky Oo-
cupid by Guerrillas.
Arrival of the Anglo-Saxon.
Cassius M. Clay to have an Impor
Guerrillas in Jackson County, Mo.
Largo Rebel Cavalry Force at Rich
Ni:v Yolk, August 13. New Orleans
advices of tho 10th say, that at the late
battle at Haton llougo Breckinridge lost
his right arm. The prisoners say that
tho rebel loss was immense. The Ar
kansas was set on fire and blown up by
tho Federal gunboats. Our loss was
Seventy killed and two hundred and fif
teen wounded. Gen. Allen of Mississip
pi was mortally wounded.
Mfciirms. Gen. Hovey's division had
a fight near Clarendon, Ark., on Monday.
Defeated the rebels,-and look seven hun
dred prisoners. No further particulars.
The funeral of General Williams, at
New Orleans on the 8th, was very im
pressive. The Hebels report Gen. Kuggles killed.
EollTHKSS MoNKOK, August lrl. The
Union troops havo evacuated Harrison's
Lolisvii.i.e, August 18. Several new
points in Kentucky just occupied by
rebel gurrillas. Military authorities here
interdict the publication of names there
of for the present.
Ei uTiii u Toist. SteatnerAnglo-Sas-on,
via Londonderry the 8th, arrived.
iTeaditutTs, quiet. Provisions, dull.
Consols 9o'4'. American securities quiet
and steady. Bullion in Bank decreased
four hundred and ninety thousand pound.
Leavenworth, Kasjas, Aug. 18
Presence of large body of rebels in the
neighborhood of Jacksou county, Mis
souri, caused the suspension of business
and an order for all citizens to enrol
Wasiiinuton', August 18. Cassius M.
Clay is to be assigned to a very import
ant command west of tho Mississippi.
New Yokk, Aug. 8. Gold, fifteen and
I.exin'oton, Ky., Aug. 18. A courier
reports that about three thousand rebel
cavalry appeared at Ilii liinond, supposed
to bo the advance, of a large force at Lon
don and Somerset.
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