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PUBLISHED P.Y AN ASSOCIATION' OP I'HINTK K.S. OFI ICE ON 1T.1NTLT.S' ALI.LY, I !E TV." KEN UNION AND DEADEUICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1802.
I Si tftf 0ttH'
gabion Countn Jlirrdcnj.
John nrcii fviTH, ,..'.
WILLIAM FHANK, '
JOHN Cnt'MM.F.r, M.inM.
epaoy .for...! W. H. Wilklwou, A. C Tm Lit,
and Jainc A BuseL.
(1rrlU arta rf Julitt CbnmhleT ,er-ofl. V. oral;
Joa J.. Ran,aecond ; and John K l hrk, Hunt
' 3'u ituwMor William Priver.
,,rn lolf.'.-for A. B . Shank land.
H,M.r Tax Vollrrtm t. B (larrelt
7Viirr R. llnry.
HH-r AWa Thou aa Leake.
.prrllnl ". ItorlVm J. Q. JlHld.
Jhlperfajearfenl qf On W-uVr Maria June. W) nil
a Ftra IVnrfm John M. Heabury.
fierfm of V.aair. T. II. Mi -Briil.
fJrrM OeftrT3. L. PUwUl.
. . Ci AHoeaea Jolia SI I'liail 8mltU.
IUmtJ of AUrrmenM. M. Hrlon, ; .1 K.
Newman. O. A. J. May Held, H.(i. Keovel, Wm I heat
h"i, J. C Smith, M. U. I,, f lullxiriiii, and .I n Rolib.,
leminon Cmnril W. T. J"in', I'rmiilont ;
Rohertn.T. J. YwhrouKh, Wm. Urircr, Win fi-wrl,
IaiiUIIoimIi.W. Mnlliin,.Imi't TrnT.(i. M. KmUi
,mV, A. J. Cul, Ju.lto. AimIii'W Au.I.t.oii. I B
..akhixii fiTrKK 1 Tin nrr iw ji-ii..
Vii.m- K'l. Hi-uvi-I ihI (i'le.
H'uMr WoiVt Auarrmiu, Slnllh mt OmlinrHi'.
v ..t......i. T..r..r iat.iill.;il.. Iv.v 1. Ilrli-li.
ltlirrm i ii ""Hi. i r --
BI'I, I'tirailmoi unl I 'lulbornn. ,
H karf SVwium, !tHit nil Turu. r
fiifiul J.iuiu. UiytU'U uidSiimii.
fi, hoolt CliMtlmin, Muyliolil mnl KimwIfK
Ihmrimmi In fly, lrlrr anil Nwnmi.
(;. Driver, CIimHiiiiii uml lnvm.
CfmrlrrH "milb, Htcwrl nd Nownmu.
Jin t( Ii.iim RiilH'rln, Slrrl mil Turner.
Mm llonh, Cuilliurne mTuvi.
I'..iV Cbrltiam, Itrltn and Ainli'rviu
Hpn'ii.; Ilouh. f'laili.irni' miJ tlrtrii.
B,jroiie tlieallHini, Mayllilil fitiil K u.i1. .
Imjtniifmmf uml K.rjiliirM(W, Swu-I km
ISiWdi ISiimly Brlru, Climlhiini nU Tin nor.
f.-V ll.ntu MnyMil, Jonomind BuImtIm.
7- ni8 B'wrd ill Atili-rmi'n mtfl Um Tui'wUyn
ni-xl pnwlliig tlivi aiH-nnil nil rinirlti Tlmr.l in
rai'b mi nth, and th Cunimon Cunnrtl IIik wr.nid
ami Imirih Tlinradaya in men m nlli.
('.ij.im Jidin Baufb.
tint LUuinmU Win. Vrlirwi(li.
Mnwxl i-wiilrnnrO JuliU II. IWTil.
roliom Wm. Jackmni, Jobn Cavi-Bilcr, Nu b !
it,Jil I'bllM.n, Wm. Bakar, Jubn Cultn-U, William
k.jo, Jobn Kniilea, J. W. Wright, Julia I'uikeH,
Bubart Boill, W. 0. t'runcit, Tbomaa fraiwila, Alrw
Jay.-p, liaTid Yati'H,anil Clmrlna lln'ltl.
OaTTha Pol ice Court laoiK-nl every nu.riiinn
fikm jjr .limit M. Iliiiton
tWpHlifM Tboliiae Hub
aou and J. K. Bm banan. ,
Rrginer Phlnvaa Oarrell.
Tt-wHe W. Jaispor Taylor.
IWnir-il H. Hall-bar.
Kanytr JoliQ Corbltt.
Ileum Collector 1,0. llrlley.
Huilron4 Tiuc Calif Un-Vt . 1. Robot Uou.
OmJ.,1,1 f.w ihn A,i.).ii(- liinlrul .lolin II. i:oer
Q.I J. V.. NewniMi.
J,,tjl,u .lamna Wlilta itb
I'hrk P. IJliiluli y Mi liol.
ar-TbB Jlultte'a Courl Inei t Hie llrHl Mon.lny iu
Knell ni'Titli, nod llio Quarleily onrt.roinp.i3id of
tlio MaiiiatraliK of Hie County ( i beld the nidi 11. .q
day in January, April, July and October.
JuVa Hon. Natbaulel Buiter.
Clrrk llayld C. Lova.
rTlw Court meeta tlie ttr-l MomUy in Muriii
Ja.lye lion. William K. Turner.
Cltrk Chwlea R. HIK(-..iia.
rT1l Court nierlB lliellr.l Monday In April An
ausl alld IkMleliitHir.
tlninrWIor Hon. Samuel l. Krlermm.
C'ler and JImfer J. K. lileavaa.
4r Tbe Courl ini-cts lb" Ural Monday In Uj and
I. o. o. r.
Jomv V. Iliiir,tiraud Siniretary, eboul.l be abliea.-i
al .V.nlmll'i Trnm.
7Vaeaar leilije, Ko. 1 M.wtn every Tm-e lay lieu
1uii,at Uo lr 11. ill, on Ilia corner of I'nlou and Piun
meralreata. Tlie olll iera for t ho present I Tin, are
O. H.J.oauour. N !.; J. K. Hilut, V.fl.; .1. I- Weakley,
N-creiury ; I. K Hpalll, Trenauier.
IVl.i4 orfoe, A'u. lll-MeeU nt Ilia run p'.aea
every Moud.iy liveuiuj.' The oib.en are: It. A.
Campbell, N.U.; lloury Apple, V.H.;J I.. Park,
Soeretaiy ; It. F. Browu, Treasurer.
.ly Li-ly. S- w) Meti at their Hull, en Nouih
Cherry atn-rt, every Krlday r-vetiliuj. The olll.eia
are (i C. l ov. rt, N (1 . Crank llarman, V 4) ; Jme
WtU,S.riry ; W. M ll illory, Tnoaurer
Aurma LoJtf. So. 10ft. (.liermuu) -M,e al the
IUII, coruor of L'ulou aud funiuii-r MreeW, every
Thuraday lEvaiilug. The oflliwra are : Cliailea Hu b.
N a.; P. Cnedmai, V II . Hill. i ll. h, Nvrelary,
AVIoy Snoampmtnt, N I -M.-.-taal the alime 11.11
on tba Ural aud tii'rd Wednmdaya ..r . a. b inunh
Toe onVer, ara: J. . Mill.. CP. ;T.H. M,M.I,. II P . j
O. C Collar, BW; Peter llama, Jr., J v , John F.
Hlde.S'rilia ; 11. K. Culler, Tn i-urer
IXim lia. liVaeui.ij.we!, Ko. -MU t l1"
nt.ov IU'1 on lb ie.Hiu.l and rourlll We.lliea.lay
uitl.n of each nioulb. The oil), era are J.ii. T Heb,
CP.; Henry Apple, II V-, U. Noker, S.W.; H. Fried
man, JW ( lurU Ku.li.r, h-ribe; J. N. Ward,
ARRIVAL AND IDEFARTURE OF TRAINS.
lAuiavill.fc NaalitilleU R Tiaiu l.avi-a al H,
.. .rr. al t.W, M.
Naabville k lVcalur R It Ir.i O kwvea al 00, A M.
.. .. .. .. ,rr. , 7 00, I'M.
Ka.h k Cballan.HWa R It. Tram i. a.ea at 10 00, A U.
" " !.'., I'M.
ADAMS EXPRESS COUFANY.
OirU'K: No. (.1, I mm Knur
IVrt.ma lb.n to a.md Frehjlil and 1'a. ka.a by
l ha Morntuf Tralna (A tlx li.iuviiLa ana Nuiu
viliji, s4 Hub villi iu Iiietrnk Rua.ui,
anual bav lb b.ma .1 I lie orma l.j i.u tl,a
e,eiii. prev i
lAnrHi C'M'ntv I)ir:( Tortv Covt.'n'i'l.
MIMTABT QUARTERS AXD OFFICERS.
n-aJ.""eT i H.Jb alrtel. ol J F. Mil-.-r,
IUMi . l(iwtiiiu 1t on Hummer alreel (Or.
Ford'a rmidt-nrt.) W. 11 Hi.lll, Maj. loih t'. 8. In
rntry, 4. A. a. fi.
Vamar urniIlrttd'lnrl. ri l Ihe l'o il"!, A
C. fliil-ui, 1 Ti nnlufantry.
I'aiV AuUlnHt iiururmanlrr lleailquartera mi
( brry Hreet ; Nrt. Ifl, (luil(r C-atfoo'i rimiiifiiea.)
Cnil. J. I). RmKhaiu.
Aulnml QvartrrmitMrr No Cherry Blr.'W. 1'ai.l.
AiiU.iiU "iWrf-nwir Villi alr.-ct, near Mr.
I'olk'a rent.lhfe. Capt. R. N. Ijmh.
A-tfl.,l UnnrMrmiM'r No. 81, Market utrcel.
Caut. J. M ilule.
L'hirt CommiMui-y Hr'ail-purldt-a, V... Ill, Vine ll.
(.t. R M if feel y.
C-ummnttarp of HitbtiMma Hnail atreel. ('ut. S.
Aciing (XmwMtniy ( NoUiirfrM Corn.-r of ilroiid
and Coheire alre.ta I.teut (.lial lea Allen.
Miiitut ltrtrior yuniifiar fln-rt. (Ilf. Knrd'a olj
rciiiflnre ) Slurpeen, K. Nwin,
Afeifi.nl Purvym't (Ijflr Clllireh alreel, M.nuic
Building. J. R. ! tHTir, St'lrk'fii. Bi h Keutueky Id
fanlry, Arllui Miilieal Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Northern Mull, via Uiiiiilln,ariive Tuily, ft.rwP.M.
" ' leavei " 7 4.'iA.M.
I'ldiiniliii. via T h A. U.K. arrive " (I M P.M.
i t4 i leaviia
Hhell.j ille, via N. A t'. H H, arrive
i .. loaii-4
leLuiinii, . :uiive-
10 00 A M.
I.' ll M.
t HI IV 1.
Mi-iiiM Vrti, ieavea lioily.v l.oiiiltleaii.l I'litro.
pi.ST-l'FKIt KS (H'KV III'VOMi MIRAN'OX AUK -
LINK OF N. It C. R.lt
or Mie't-J ill...
I OST HKFIi'M (IN
Chi imI iaoa.
B. B. CONNOR & BRO.,
Nil. 6 COI.I.F.liK BTP.KI-7.
Hew Mack Jiial rvri lvril and lor lc
low In cloae uit ConalliliKMita,
,) Itbla. Sail, lor avie by
-J() apt) CONNOR HBO
biixm !Al-T, for aule by
Cl IN Si IB k UKO.
C01U KilPK, for a!e by
IK. J ap 8
CONNOR i HKO
CONNOR A BRO.
I f hall blila. Coal Oil., Tor aale
L0NN0R at Bill I.
doaeu BROOMS, f.r ak by
CONNOR t BKO.
tf boxea SOAP, for aala by
CONNOR A BRl)
Fy boiea KTARCH, lor aale by
I i) (beaia TF.A , lor aale hy
CONNOR t BRi I
half ebeats TEA, for aale by
CONNOR A B1UI
O eadn-a TKA
for a ile
CONNOR A BKO.
Union Yoaal POWIiKR-t
f.,r aale by
UlN.NilH A I1HO.
fkn SOlA, for a.ile tiy
4VJ1 al'K CONNOR BRO.
I t" MATI.IHjI, lor aale by
lJJ ap a lloNMlK A Bltit.
Iioh rUr C.MH.S,lor aale
luNNOK A BRO
.)K boiea CliFFkl.
40 ap a
t lor aale by
COS NOR A CO.
bbla. VINMIAR, I r aala by
CONNOK A BKO.
I kll SALMON, f r aale by
LtU kl rVCK KKKL.tur i-alo by
CONNOR A BKO.
T kiU IlKKHIM), lor aalv ty
D kit. S1IAI, for alo hy
'-v ap 9
CONNOR ft BKO.
CONNOR A BRO.
1 ( bll. TKoCT, lor aait hy
17 up CONN'OK A HR(t.
If bh! M ACKKKKli. IW ilt hy
IU ap 9 CONNOR M HKO.
1 bills CU'KR, lor aif by
I ON NOR A BKO.
I boii-i an-.l tlKrllNii
tor a ilc by
CONNOR k BKO.
a boxes llried Sealed, for aale by
CONNOR ai 1IR0.
Q ketr N AII s, l.ir aale by
CONNOK A HKO.
l.l.U l'i uli.
I Soar, for Kale bv
I'.iNNnK A llltil.
I. fl l Mill, lor sale bv
I, Inn FUU'll, f,.r Hale by
, lor eale by
lilNNO A into
;) eaaka Sllii., i..r t.wl.
V Hp ft
i ilN'iR A Hill).
4) lib la liuo IMl'A lor aale by
wUl ) ap ft i'i'N M'li
i.t.'H fr.'nll l.ai.lt
, f.r . I'V
1 ilS.MIK A KKO.
O bl'la Omcu i
r IS, lor a if by
roNNOK A BUO
Caiivaa'tl llAMS,vnlia hit p (. ( m all
tirta ol iliHMlriwhitii w will clnai- mil InW, al
our ohl wt unl, So o l'oltcit' lr.tt.
Ht U II. CttNNOK A im
DM COLKM AIM'S
1 1 v R attention nf eillKena, titranifra, and other, via
1 nun Natfiiville. r.-Moo 'i.K L..-.1..U! ..t, la r.'i.i.vt
fully ealled to tins oih.-e, No xl la-ailen. a alie.-l.a.'C
oad fl.Mtr, lM.ni.eu tl...rry an.l tbn hquaiii.
lr. Uo.aaka wiuui.l practitioner ol uiedh'llia; bit
aln..wl uiiiuuil.Hl iN'ri.-liee and HaU.-riU( iuhum
hirjuany yeara paMl.iuli... lninenl ol mmrl lua
Ai-n., baa llld.li'efl hltu Ui .levole ha uudivided all.-u-tti.H
lo all d.fceaa. .of lloa ti.lura. aUny i-mji. ill
Uie lli.ail invelerale cbara. ler have promptly yiehlml
to bta improved mellio.1 ol li oaliu.'tit
Primary. Secondary , Toil'ary and Ihredilary SypU
Ilia. Goll..rrh.M, (ileal and all diai aea id Uie ;euila
aud uriuaiy ottfaua, aiwet w.lb uo r.Mii.uu.-e lo hi,
A leuiala irriirulanlle. aud (uiH-Uotial trdorauira
niula .d Hie VV.m.b, aod Ilia dieuaiM. ariun tiiHD
U.vlalioo and III u.alin.'d parlurllnai.
Kvel y eaae ol Kfliu'lblv Rupture, and ul l'llHtaJd
Prolaiwia ol lha Rectum, aud net 1'ae.a ol 1 .alula,
nan lie cured by a priKex nearly pa.m. u. II eilher
ul lb latter oua la undertaken I'V Or Col.. Man, a
our. la iaairul.il rwl, a a cai. lei .'launuaiied
aiway. pa.weuu the utaeaiuii )- iu-Ih aluuia ol nexrai or
fuilur.hy lii unproved umttual 0"iallua'.
I'eraocaol aill.eraex applviuii iu r'.Bi.u or by l.-llei
IdiHaTlbmit i'au)aa tha U' l inpl.'liia nt any ai uU
,aiillO diaiwee.oan ha I'ure l.iu unatl ! , by tlir
aliorliva iiohooo. iu i... . -
.Lie. caiU'li'lioe. piolnpt alU-nll"a,a
ii J UioUtiaU
obani.-a, ni '.veiu ti.iu ilh bia Uuiia
. - S. muicui V uaad la lha trea.uieul of
aue"" ba balievea (i moat iau.ee) II proJu. a
aiaualwu. lhan Ibal it V" W eura.
lime, nouialroin ai.bl i l.ia nioruin, till nine la
iba " " " "
Will W (ffiw.l for tits re-qton nf ruj'ih
Mmuhii, vjf. 8 A, ISCi.
- - -
Hi' YT. V
IT t. IIS HP
Well known iu
a :i ev;.p! Vn
'lorn i'.f J''Mlile
I., ati'1 u.lj.ii!:lii Si .1
ii iiinl r otuh teui dir..
I'Mtjratu.n, r--piHi fully Iuf..nn tin- oili- LjJ
Xi'iiri fT Vft-b iilc, aift tin I'ul.lii' Jn fciritl, t!ul 4
fpii l"iiw 1'tit Mini:, rviTi.tlv cr l,--!, PrmMt-.i iln-m It)
ri't'i'lvi' a lirt;p mimltfr of pnt'il-i.
Tli Aradfmjr i Rhntit a milo rr..tii lite fiiy. ai
i Nit'ivUil In vnm of lli' tiuwt h-iinltn! uml henltlif
I'TnUoim in tic vicinity.
Th l'ii tf On In- litiiti-irt, I., in.; f4i,-rmHy ..
Tot'-rl t the Miiriinnti Hip jmiitij; of ih.-ir ..nn w4
h ill lr:ive ti' -tliiiut ninlon to 1111 part tc t ho jtiiii!.- ri'ii
flttrd t Hit ir 1 mo a lit . r.-iu,.: KtliU Htlou lt ().. lii1i
Ct t DC Of lliil Wiil'.l.
Tlie ri-U-r:i'ii pn-l'.f l .y Ue i.i-i;. r lite In dm
linn - the fjuh.'lic, Hittl 1 1 u - .11 111tp.11 1 .- t r .1I 1
li.Mu in I r n. linn t- pupil-- prdfv-tjlin' thai iiitlh 1
I'lil-iN i-f pvc-iy ivl'mm .1, n'-mSii fi-m -)! !,m..
niiltoil, mi'l tm uiitliiP It.Hnrnro w ill l.o ti. il t t.
tlie rtll';iniR pria'-ii'l' r.f th yoim ; ;.. ; n.ir
ntf oft!. fin piTjii'ttt il to rnilrio tlio f'-ulili.'
f.ilh withntit 1 !in TrrVuil or wr'itoti iht rut nf prirnnt 4
or rrii.nnlliin. !ntIonuity fjl pv,l onlrr, li.iwrv. r,
fHMirr lht ut tt'iolA tire of ull at mot ulnt- aim! rx.-nini
lrittis, Hnil at llic ri li..ii-u. pjs r ir-.-a on .-uml iy,
Th'i ami r 1 f yhi.ly ;? ..1 d.- iuu. U r n. po t
miit ,!. tt lnmni ha; in:: ii imn tinrl
CIH nf ci :i't n 11. l it.
i!tP Ac.nli.illn: V,.;4r ill c.ili .. I
lite fir it iV!nturi;riiM' I'll t l:r fir-1 VI,
1 : In
"f .-i)ti ii-
i .- ill i.-,'mi
Mil f.f .1,111,.
l.cr, ilu- 5.vf.tJ 1.0 l!,,. fi t M .j.'.-ty .
Tii Ac:oI. fiv w.ll ' l-wi' . I'.fi :i p1!
d"ti of pim;!int mi l )n r.T tK-A Oi.
i h vo ir. .
I t IIUS I'l l! M SSHi.
V1TAH1 r l AHTVi'K
K.-r r.i'ur l hihI Tniiion. $f.rt, ;
. n n t "O,
In Km- .li p irltm r-tl tttn pupil.-
kxti:. ( ii.MUii: ;
f.fitui fili'l MovltTU I,nli;riliUfl, h fl'.'.INl
Miif-it nil I'luhn, ., li.i.oil
I -mi nf 1 iibtrmnpiii r.,iMt
M unit' in ,iiil -r, lu-i riim-ut Ini ni-lii'il h pupil -'ii.ihi
Mu-tr nn ll;rp 4 -.i
Vim'i.I M iinic J n no
SkHtrliiii itml I'm ntihK 11 W.iu-r tVl"i-s 1 J 1
l:iiminp, in (hi, ntnl in.iii i i i- - .yuO
lli-l mix, iitti linj IU in
WllrhiMlf ... I'l.l'O
lititi'-luK, at lr rhaii.v4 .
M;U'on'iy tii't u- nf ihMiU. $4, ni"l t', '
corilini In ihfl D. partiiifiti.
M'tli( in? Mid Mciif..! Htt'ii-lnucn will fnrm. 'tr i
PtHi l, V.i-biu. Ac, ilurhi .u-.it i.'ii, -'.'.
4iFM.II A l HI 4, t I, VI IONS. -
' K t1"1nrtion will Ik miitio ftr li-'tic r Willi
(trnwul, uiihH (nvniiiMi t iiluMi or iiimi ml.
ritpilt w ill U- cii;ti v l fii 'in iIm rluti i i, w Ii n il !l-y
Itnunli rr? must tm iiruviilinl wlli Hit t h.iiiji -f nt
i Inthing riuii.il' fr llio n-iiM'ii, -iv l.tltlf-u .fUiu-,
impkin-rinR. n imntilpr. n'Kr UOW :n h r-p.oii,
km If iitiil trk, nnl nil mooM-tiry ttrlic f for (Up dll"1.
Tub LNirumM in !M:tirut lilut to lnrviiiii.T,
1.1 ii p.MiitMi.iiti rr nuiiiiiu'i ; iln'ri'a tr evt-ry d iy,
lmkmU of a I'.ik col in-; tliiH filitrd ttiMtTy-kti in ;
tWO SUII lM,,et. Hat .- tllB Htyl n h KrHflolt.
Th-' A"'t'l'-niy will not incur IU rxpi'DK nf lurni-li
inj; tn-ilcl' n rlotliintr or (mi-k'-t nmut-y.
I'liplU will tnb he allow i'ii In r-retitl porkct luoin-y
at ihnr o 11 (lincrotion. iiun ri mu-l l tie.
oiltol wtlt thu Superior of tin1 Anol' iiiv.
'I'o prrvt'iil iuiiroiiT orrp-pnti(l iu is h II letUri ri-cpiv-
iiaii l .enl are mitjfct to the p-TUial nf the Mt-
fuTinr, litoilh ill IHHM-p K'li-h C'Tlespnli lfll' v pro
tihiii'il tts r. -itr-K p ir nt- ni fniurliiiiii.
ru pi I-, uIi'-hh mii1a or ii.tili.i(ii ri'fi'!'' 111 Vnli
illiv 4ir irimi, wi;r w-il ihi ir lii'inth 1 u t thre
din. "t 1I111 ilia,' tin' nrlitKinijt' y.'jr.
'I'n pi ernt hr; of I n ti" lilid tiiO'i'ritptinti nf t -T i'X
pii idis ol I In I'm In mi, i-i'nr-' will t. iri'i-iv ctl oiilt on
Kiiti.nt.iya, Irmn '.i to 1J, A.M., ami frmn :t t" tl. F M.
Iari'tilr ti u.iriii ins w i-hint; in l;im ttit-ir clnUlr' n
or wiirtlii in the lu.-titnlinii, w ill ! rci flivi il 011 any
tj.if rpt H'Ui.hiy.
For further imrticul im appiicalitii) niav Ihj 111 hi!1
to tin' Mothnt Supv'i ior ol tUt Ai'iolt'inv, or t"thc lit.
KCV. ilAIHI'i WllKUN.
All IniMtii'HH 1.1 1 ci n to bo U'hlri'n-'.l In the MutluT
Stiporuir, St. '.m ilia -i Ai nili'iny, M"iiiit Tii' ii, u itr
Nauli ville, Tetiu. iii'-O 1 111
II T J GHES'
AltT CJ AL L VAX V,
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iiu'nUof tlie ojiposinej forirs durine; tlie
lat three rref ks may be bold inlorcKtin";
and indtrnctiT.. After the badlo of Ce
dar Monnl.iin, the Union forceft roni'cn
tratcil in the vicinil y of Ctiljiepper; the
eneniy advanciiiK in superior numbers
Cleri. Pope's army on Sunday eveninp;,
August 17, continuing the relroccrade
movement cnimuenueil nl Cednr Monn
tain, and fell back (o the I.appaliannock
river, where ii arrived Wednesdny, the
20IU of AiiRiwt. In Ihi niovemenl the
rear Tf as protected by llnCird's and Bay
ard's Cavalry, vt lioliad a piiiart skirmiHh
v ilh Ihe advance of the. enemy on Tues
day, tlie lMtli, n hen thn latter were re-
pulsed with heavy li'M, and tlie rear-U-iurd,
under orders, fell back upon the
main body, near llappahannoek Station,
across the Rappahannock,. n '1'hiirs
day, Aup;nst the enemy bad stationed
balteriet ahuio the river bank on our
front fur miles, and at an early hour at
tempted to discover the exact position of
our forces by opening an artillery lire
alung our whole front. This demonstra
tion was promptly responded to, and tho
enemy's batteries were each in turn si
leiiced, fi)rcine them to bo constantly
changing their 'position. This artillery
duel was kept up for Ihree days Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday mixed up
with occasional work by the infantry
and cavalry on both sides, and was real
ly the most magnificent artillery fight
of the war. l'ayird's cavalry repulsed
a movement, then supposed to be an at
tempt to turn our left flunk, bin which
subsequent events lead lo the belief that
it was intended only as a feint, to give
tliem a better opportunity to operate on
our ii(;lit and centre, each of which were
successively tried, but without, gaining
the desired object a foothold upon the
left hank of fhe river. During these
three days there were several brilliant
dashes made principally by troops under
the command of (ieneral Sip-el. On
Thursday, Men. Sigel crossed the river
at a lord several miles above tlie railroad
bridge, to reconnoitre. He returned to
the left bank early in the evening, bav
ing had a brief skirmish with the enemy.
At lour o clock the following morning he
threw a force across the river and made
dash upon a rebel battery of eight
pieces. He was repulsed, but promptly
reformed, took the battery, but was not
able to bold it, Ihe enemy having recciv
ed large reinforcements. The next dy
tlie enemy atteiupted to execute a simi
lar movement. (Jen. Sigel permitted them
to tlirow across two squadrons ol cav
alry and a battery, and as a brigade of
infantry got tairly into tlie over, lie op
ened a destrtictivo lire upon tliem front
three batteries, destroying and capturing
liparly tlie whole force. A prisoner tak
en at the time, stated that he believed
he was the only man of tho infantry
force who escaped with his lifo. Tlie
river, for a lime, nt this point, was filled
willi dead bodies, and tlm rebels were
very cautious, therefore, when they knew
lliat Sigel's command was in front of
them. .Sunday, the enemy succeeded in
throwing a large force aeioss the river
above Warrenton, on Sulphur Springs,
above Amissville, and the bulk of this
force passed up to Salem and was there
joined by a forco from front lioyal. All
lint l.ongBtieet and Hill's command got
through Thoroughfare tiap, nn the .Ma
nassas r.uilroad. Our army was imme
diately thrown back, and on Thursday,
Ihe IMih August, Hickett'ft command was
al Ihe easterly entrance of the tiap, to
dispute the passairo of I.ongstrect, and
Hill's command, said to be 40.0(10
strong. Lien, l'ojie desired this force of
Ihe em my to be kept buck for live hours,
wht n he would bo prepared for thein to
Step into a trap, said to have been laid
for their benefit, but which miscarried,
it is paid, owing to the tardy movements
of some oeneral w Im failed toarrive w ith
1 his command in time. The cunt, st at
1 this point for three hours, from -I till 7
' c'cluck, IV M ,was a spirited one, and the
. Ii'-:s of lifo on both sides was heavy." In
I this ti' lit, Thompson'. HalleiT, which
took such conspicuous part af Cedar
Mountain, rendeivd cllicieiit. service, as
also did the lilllt Maine ISattery, and the
r.levenlli I'ennsy Ivania Volunteers. At
other points during Thursday, portions
of our fon'e had contests with (he eiieiny,
and were everywhere victorious.
On Kriday luoriiiui; tlie to armies
came together on the old Hull linn bailie
ground, and had a pitched battle, which
lasted all day. Tho I'nioii lorces occu
pied the battle lield at night. The eon
lest was renewed the following day
Saturday at an early hour, and the in
dications were, up to four o'clock, the
I'nion iroopg would prove thefictoii
At the hour named, tin one. h gome alleged
mismanagement of lien. Mcllowell, who
had command of the lv ft, the enemy suc
ceeded in llankiug us. Kvery officer
wilh whom the writer has conversed be
lieves this could bav easily been avoided,
and many tatements are made, not at
all creditable to the (ieneral w ho had
command at this point. This tlauk move-
j incut rendered it necessary for our army
! to tall ba k upon Ccntrcvillc, whiih it
did in good order, leaving tlio rein la in
liushecsiou of the lield. Ou Sunday
I dnorning the enemy attacked our left a
f feint but there was no general enga'.'e.
I nieiit diiring the day.
It is next to useless to estimate the loss
iu the battle of Thursday, Friday and
Saturday. It was very heavy on bolh
sides. A rebel officer acknowledged lo
the writer that they had IWX) killed a
large loss for them to admit. They claim
toliave taken prisoners, including
fi) or iO citizens, whose curiosity led
Ihem to the field "to see the reliel army
whipped'' as their capfors believe. Our
loss inlvilled and wounded will amount
probably to 5,000, possibly more. The
reports of 10,0(XI to 1 1,000 killed, wound
ed and missing, may be true, for it i es
timated lhat not less than ten or twelve
thousand stragglers passed down the
railroad toward Alexandria, some under
tho preteiire of finding their regiments ;
others going they knew not where nor
cared so lung as it was not toward (lie
enemy. Tlieue stragglers were picked up
in scores by the irregular cavalry, and go
lo swell the list of captures "taken ori the
lield of battle." On this particular sub
ject I shall have HoiinJlrwig to say at
.fust before ihe left of our line gave
way, on Saturday afternoon, a redeeming
feature of the light took place. A rebel
brigade opposite Gen. Seymour's brigade,
of Hen. Reynold's command, made a
charge. The movement was quickly dis
rovVreiHiy tlie commander of the corps
(icn. Vorter who ordered the 2d, Clh,
and f.th I'eniuylvanU reserves to rhnrg"
also. Between the contending forces and
about midway tin re was a road several
Ice! lower tlmn the siirronnding surfare
of tho land. The first struggle w as to
obtain possession of lhat road, which thn'
L n ion brigade succeeded in.doing; re
pulsing the rebel brigade, with terrible
slaughter. While. Mai. adell was wav
ing Ihe lli:r nf the I'.ih leiiinent lo rally
the brigade after the derangement' colise-
pieiif upon the charge, a shot cut the stall'
in Iviain. (Jen. Reynolds rode foward.
seized Ihe colors, rode up and down the
line wilh them wrapped partially around
his person, when "Ihe boys'' actually
ceased b'ring, and gave their (ieneral
three rousing cheers, (ieneral Reynolds
was so much pleased with tlie conduct ol
fhe brigade that he could only express
his appreciation of (heir conduct by ex
claiming "Bully for you, boys,'' nt the
same lime throwing his cap high 111 the
air. This elicited another burst of ap
plause. The brigade immediately closed
np in order, marched to tlie rear by the
right of companies, and there reformed
in line of battle with as much delibera
tion and coolness, amidst, a shower of
bullets, shot, and shell, as if on parade in
a green Held of their own native State.
Ihese regiments belong to the McCall
-orps, which has acted so noble apart
wherever they have met the enemy. It
was almost al fhe very moment succeed
ing ihis charge that McDowell's left gave
n ay for want of sufficient support, w hich
was close at hand. Tho cheers of the
brigade were heard along the linn towards
the right w here, very naturally, it was
(supposed that tho left had gained some
signal advantage, and the cheers were
responded to along the whole line. Their
joy was soon turned into grief, and their
words were those nf denunciation upon
the man who is held responsible for the
disasters of that day.
While the main army was moving for
ward from Warrenton to Hull Run, and
subsequent thereto, there was some
skirmishing going on nt different points,
which must be recorded. Ricketts's
force had a hnsk contest for an hour on
Tuesday. Hooker had tho engagements,
described in a previous letter, nt Cat left's
Station, on Wednesday. Hen. Taylor
had the misfortune to get into tho light
at Manassas Junction, which also was
described in a previous letter. During
tho battle of Bull Run, Hen. Banks, with
his command, was covering the extreme
left of our line, to keep oil reinforcements
for the enemy, and to lie used as a re
serve. Ho crossed to Bristol's Station,
and (here, on Sunday, was approached
by the rebel (Jens. Iiiiogslreet and Hill,
backed np by a force treble his own.
(Jen Banks decided io fail back upon the
main army, which movement lie com
menced to execute on Sunday afternoon,
the .".1st of August. At this point there
were upon the road 220 cars and live lo
comotivesall of which w ere destroyed,
together with a largo quantity of fixed
ammunition, ordnace stores, A. a, belong
ing to Government, and this proerty
was saved the previous week, w hen tho
raid was made upon the railroad; and as
the bridges had not been repaired at
Bull Run and nt several other points, the
property could not be taken over the
road to Alexandria. Everything, even
the houses (shanties) were destroyed, so
that wheu Urn I.ongntret oai liod the
station, immediately niter (Jen. Banks
retired, he found nothing for Idm to steal.
That evening a portion el i.oni'siref l a
corps passed up to and beyond Manassas
Junction on (ho rullrood, and captured
several hundred stragglers from re; i -tnesU
eugaged on the battle-lield.
During the cannon duel on the Rap
pahannock ou Saturday the laid dav
t'ol I'risbee, of the Tlnrfy-Moveiith New
York, had a very narrow escape from
instant death. Ho had just dismounted
floHl hid horse, when a shell Hi nick the
pomel of the saddle, passed along and
took oil the head of a negro.
In iho above battle the Second I'nited
Slates Sharpshooters were stationed along
the bank of the river to pick off fhe rebel
gunners, and had only I wo men killed
aud live wounded. At one point near
Sulphur Springs they killed forty rebel
sharpshooters and hint only one man.
The rebel couiinunder, lidding that bis
sharpshooters were in a place from
which any attempt to escape would be
certain death, adopted the dishonorable
ruse of sending iu a Hag of truce about
some frivolous matter, winch was not lis
tened to by Oen. lope, aud under the
cover of Ihe Hag the rebel sharpshooters
some Ihree hundred in number escap
ed lo a more healthy position. Such is
Do l'ri'lay, at Bull Run, Ja.kson's
brigade, of Mcl'alli division, while
marching into action, each brigade in
column of regiment closed ei tiu. , as
ordered bylieueial M. Dow ell wit In.ut
any fuiett arunn', feutid tluuist lit-s with
in one hundred and fifty yards of a bat
tery, which made sad havoc in the ranks,
In close order as they were. On the
same day, Ihe Tenth 1'ennsylvnnU regi
ment of this brigado got badly cuf up
by charging upon a battery w hen only
ordered to skirmish In front. They were
On Thursday the brigade of which ihe
Brooklyn (N. Y.) regiment forms a part,
was engaged wl'h Ihe enemy, when he
retreated up the Warrenton turnpike.
The brigado was ordered to follow In
pursuit at ri .ruble-quick fur about two
miles, when they were flanked, and a
deadly fire was poured in, killing a large
number. It was al Ihis point the Brook
lyn fourteenth had so many men killed
nml wounded. This battery, w hicli ren
dered such efllcient service nt Cedar
M iintain, w as equally cllicieiit on the left
of our line Saturday, but was linally'
overpowered by a superior force, ami
throe of the four guns raptured. When
the horses had all been killed, and Ihe
enemy were advancing in one high mass
lo capture this battery and turn our left,
Ihe Captain put on the "prolongs" (rope)
and kept up a constant fire as he fell
bask. The last disi barge was when the
enemy w ere within thirty yards, and the
four pieces were discharged at about fhe
same time. Tho enemy then pounced
npon the men at the baff'-ry, and 1 wo bad
their skulls split up w ith sabres w bile
defending their favorite pieces.
Xl.l.le Sjiees ti of Uie t.allanl olourl
Corcoran, at I lie Ili-eat Itcceplloil
Citizens of .Philadelphia Permit me
fo thank you for f his evidence of regard
and esteem, and the very kind manner
in w inch you have received me to-day.
But I trust there is not 0110 among this
vast assembly, or among the lens of
thousands who lined the Streets to-. lay,
who ' imagines that yon, fellow citizens,
have turned out for any other purpose
than as a signal mark of your devotion
to tho glorious institutions under which
we live, and for which you believo that 1
have suffered. You believe in my Hurts
to shield the government from the fate
lhat appeared to lower upon it in my en
deavors to uphold it though without
saccess snd having fallen a victim
among the lirst who sufl'ered for tho
cause, and you now appear around 1110
to testify respect to the man whom you
believe to have been actuated by the
.'Rather nn the arallui.l uie,
1 ir in the baltle'a van,
Tin' nob eft plae" formal! to 'Ii
la v.Uee lie .lie" lor niiinV
(Long continued applause )
When languishiug iu prison as a eov
vicled felon, tho consciousness of the
hanctity and rectitude of the cause in
which 1 was engaged cheered in my lone
ly hours of solitude. Let me assure you
that al no time, during the dreariest pc.
riod of my imprisonment, did 1 feel like
changing places with that arch liend and
traitor, Jeff Davis. (Renewed applause)
I should bo less than an American ciii
zen less than any man who loves tho
flag, did 1 not feci a thrill of joy and
pride within my heart at the magnifi
cence of this demonstration to-day. As
I have said, this ovation is Dot intended
for me, but a mark of your devotion, as
well as mini), to the flag of our euuntry
(Applaus long continued,)
1 presume upon your anxiety to hear
my opinions (A voice "Thai's so'.")
upon the progress of events. As a sol
dier should do, 1 will state them vciy
briefly. The whole, problem is this:
The rebels lfave made up their minds to
take not only what they have, but tlio
whole country, it you do not prevent
them. Hiey will not be very much
disappointed, however, if you determine
they shall never possess ono foot of the
I north, nor even 0110 foot of southern soil,
except under Hie proteclion o our glon
I have entered inlo llio fiphf. for Ihe
maintenance and support of the I'nited
Slates, ami lo uphold (lie Admimstra
tiuii, and I nin going to fight again fnr
Ihe same object. (Long applause.) I
am again going to draw the sword for
Ihe const ituted aiithorit.es, in their hrm
resolve and duty to prosecute Ihis war
with renewed energy and vigor, to re
store again the laws and the Conntiln
tion, with no infringements upon that
sacred instrument except such as are es
scntially necessary for in as a peq
I im in favor for the time beiier "f lh
nresrnt 1 resident ot tlio I lilted Males
aud the fullest exercise of the iiulhoril v
vested iu him; and il even lh.it autlmril v
in slightly c acceded by the exigencies of
the case, I would not raise a w ord mil il
tlio w ar is oer, aud Ihen will "put tin
patch back again '' (Lnu;'hl.r and ap
I clliiw -1 illcm l or ine to dictate a
course lor ymi in tlie present emergen
ci. s would lie presumpi ion. I lie rc can
liol lie a man here, in Iho cily, or the
State w ho has not 111. uie up his mind that
he will fall in the battle-field before tin
noble institutions under w hit h We live
and have prospered so lung shall be il
Iroyed by the bauds of incendiaries and
1 ossiuiy soiiii' may nunh. Dial 111 my
efforts lo raise a brigade an Irish bri
gade if you will ( "real cheering) 1 may
be induced to exaggerate the perils of
tlie country. lial I desire to iinoresft
upon your minds is thai, determined to
raise a brigade, all men anxious t, light
Willi me may come witti me and light. I
can have a command ussigned uie at any
moment, but 1 told Ihe l'rjsideru I desir
ed lo have on composed of my own conn
Iryiueii. They will have the name of an
lush briuade.and I want them to be Inn!
Why.' Because it they earn laurels I wish
lhat they should wear them. I want to
raise abtigadc that shall equal I lie one
w huh foiixhl at l'oiitenoy. (Long cheer
ing) 1 do not press my Irish fellow -ciliens
lo enlist bream) V 'Junk they
have not already done lioiign Th' y
have done their share, f ut the r.oui.wy in
in peril, aud at such a time, it behoove
us not to be coinparii. g d.th-rei.cr with
each other. I nut mt countrymen to
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I come i..iwar.i aici my voire emu
raise a million men al once, how gladly
would I raise it.
If I could have done so at the In gin
ning of ihis war, I w ould have ohYred
to contract wlh Ihe President lo put
down this warby Irish nrms. The num
ber we could put into the lirld Would be
just about the number to heat the rebel
horde at Manassas. e lost (hit battle
because we were not ready to fight. We
had not men enough in the lield, and in
the name of Hod let us raise enough In
finish Ihis accursed rebellion, and return
again to our accustomed pursuit.
1 have alitays been a lover of liberty.
a hater of ilcspoliMii. Had 1 thought 0111
goveriimen) w as interfering with any of
tlie institutions of the South guarantee. 1
to them tinder the Constitution, 1 would
have been one of the first fo help them.
But 'l tell ymi they have been plotting
Hiis rebellion for Iho la fifty years al
least, and it is Iho more fortunate for us
that Mr. Lincoln was elected, and we pre
cipitated the traitor) to act before their
plans were hilly matured.
(ientleini 11, I desiro to address myself
ngam 10 my countrymen. 1 have ono
word for them more, and that is not to
allow a petty malico or anything they
may have sulVered at the baud of indi
viduals from lime to time, cither here or
elsewhere, to interfere- with fhe sacred
duly and obligation they owe lo tho Hair.
The speaker declared that in this war
be would, though a Democrat, take by the
hand a Know.Notliing in a cause like this
The politicians might slay al home
They have used Irishmen long enough.
Id't Irishmen light tho battles of dip
country, ami a grateful nation w ill ul-
como them lo ils arms. l.ninl and loin:
Prospects of Northern Laborers.
The follow ing from a Democratic pa
per, the . 1 . Si-it, should be read care
fully by those secession philosophers
who predicted bread-riots In Iho free
There has never been a lime w hen Ihe
prospects of labor have been brighter, or
ihe pay better than nl present. In the
tunning districts, (he harvests are proving
so abundant, lhat the prices paid for la
bor have far exceeded any former season.
The necessary force fo move Ihe crops and
bring llieni to market are giving Hie rail
roads a busy time (added to what the
Government requires of them,) and lliey
are employing a larger force than ever
Tlie numerous contracts for Govern
ment vessels in this, city and vicinity
have caused such demand Tor all the
different kinds of mechanics that can per
forin Ihis work, that it has been impossi
ble in obtain Ihe necessary supply, and
work men from similar trades are put on
in some of the yards to supply the defi
ciency. The dilfcVeiit contracts for nnny
supplies have given employment to most
of those who were formerly engaged iu
nianulacturiug lor Iho Southern trade,
and, from all appearances, male assist
ance funis abundant employment at in
I here is every prospect that the amount
of produce lo be received Slid shipped
I10111 tins port, tins season, w ill be large
beyond former seasons, and when we lake
into account the number of ai live men
who are absent 011 military duty, there
is certainly no danger of want ol em
ployment, but greater reason to fear lhat
we shall be embarrassed for want of la
borerslater in the fall.
Therefore, with all the evils of war
upon us, our laboring population can look
lorward to tho coming season with 'lie
cheering certainty ot abundant harvests,
cheap provisions, and liberal wages for
their Work. I his i no slight rnennrag.'
meiit Willi ri lereiieft to Ihe loss of the stores
liming the late army m.eiiicils, the
Washington ,K:-rr of Thin H.l.iy gv:
Tho stories fllleping lhat cniisiderslile
quantities ol our tiuarterinaster's and
Commissary's stores fell ifil.i the hands
of the rebels ill the rse of our late
Irog.nle luoveiuenf, are mitrup. With
the exception of the M),0NJ ration only
that they raptured at Managua j, ( which,
hy-the-iiy, were well -nigh entirely want
ed by tho parly making the capture iu
their famished eagerness each lo ( bitch
w hateier he could to eat,) no ol her of our
provision tell info their h tiiihi. They
also tool, forty-eight wagons loads of
bospiliil stores, the bulk of them being
whisky only. Wo have been iil.I,. to
bear of nn other capture of store mad.,
( itirolm fioiu .shclhy 1 i lie, w ho I ra. hi d
hero last evening slate, lhat from I. n
o 1 loch on JMnnitay niLihl until hi, akl.i-l
time yesterday morning, Iheie was a
nrai I V continuous uln-aiii of rebel caval
ry passing lb,. Bardstotvn 1'il.e, about
ten inilesSoulh of Shelby villo. On Ihen
march they impressed wagon and slolr
horses. ji seeiued lo be Iho iiiipressioii
that they were 011 (heir way lo Lebanon,
but some pickets, w ho were lalli u in
w ith, vuiinliiigly aid lhat their deslma.
lion was Louisville. Our accoiiuls are
not very full, but there serin no donbi
Hill the rebels are making some move
mnit and that thi advance wa a feint
to cover their real designs. They may
bo already preparing to h ave thn Stale,
as Ih'y must be convinced by this linn
lhat they cannot long occupy il. ,.
,- llf J..;,,,,,!.
Tin. Ccu't l I'lWA. The lit Id of
whe.il i eslimaled al 2i,OOH,iiOO bush. U
this year, being l.T.'.O K I bushel nnue
lhan the crop ot 1 Oil. Their Jisiv h.-oii
, i-',1""') Si TIN Cllltllati'll lli. Hiaai'll III
corn, which Will yield .".H j bush
els, or an excess ov. r the nop ut laal year
ot M,IU,IMKl bnnhcls. O.iix will tea. h
lOUHi.lHM) bushels; hy, 1,"",0')0 tons.
The St ate will ho able to expoil Ihis year
lij,o0 raUlo sud iim'tnio hog, 'lbs
iaer,aw. ,,f ,eep !' been about one
third during the past yrar, mskir.g I he
number in the Mate JMM). .