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MABHTULLIS DAILY HJ
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 18G2.
Jhbite ountn IHrtttoriT.
JOH.V II L" (ill SMITH, Afeyer.
WII.MAM HI I AVE, tt-Wr.
JOHN CIlt-'MELEY, Mmkal.,
l)'i'tl ,Va.Ii W, II, AVilkitif m, A. C. Tin ker,
ud Jam cm A. rHe-lo.
C'nij efts Miirkct John C'humbly,a.r-ef;'ii, Dial;
Ji l. I. Ry.'in, second ; anil Joint Ili'ildtek, third.
J'ur Mcwor William I)rlvrr.
CtAUrivrK. H. MiKiiUlruis.
IIVr Jm CollnUrr K. II. Ilarn-U.
J'.Mmrcr It. Henry.
H'hir M't'trr Thomas, Iaki
h.i m'i"'ii r . Ilc,7. J. (J. Io(ll.
.St'i'iriiiinnl'iU of A H'it ll'w James W) alt.
f .v- fir b'jiartmrnt Tolin M. Hoabuiy.
. r .. f lU f'.MMn.j, T. H. M-Irll.
Di-irntir J. I,. Mtwi.rt.
t'iV' Atr,fu Mm MiPliull Pmitii.
fl.vt-.f t. Ji.towii M. M. flil'ii, I'r-KiJcnt ; J. K.
Ni WMin,. A.J. Mny llrlil, II. 1. lnvyl, Wm.S. Client.
"i,J. C r 1 1 1 1 f i , M. li. Cl.iihorne, am! J m. Kolib.
LvO'toii'iii r.'uHwii w, P. Jew's, l'ro8iliit j William
'.oli'iits, T. J. YftTbroiitili, Win. Irlver,,Wiii. Stewart,
.dumII'JIikIi. W. Jlu'.llnn, James Turner, (J. M. South.
ate, a. J, C lie, Jan. Davis, Auilrow Anderson, J. B.
novles, aij l Ji)hu Crcu'ly.
fTAVMNll COSIMITTKH OF TIU C.1TT COVXC'lt,.
I'titnce Kuuwli'H, Ki nvel and Colo.
Il'ivr UWj An!( rson, Finitli and Claiborne.
,.(,Yarbroii((li, Turner, Soutbgalc.IiavlijjIJrl'n,
HiiyllrM, (.'hratham and Claihnrno.
H (4, Newman, Httwart and Turner.
lr,fitnl Junes, Maylleld audliioaii.
s, -hah Cheat b am, Maylleld and KnowluB.
7ii I prtiiitut Creaily , Iirive.r aud Newman.
f. liriver, Cheatham ami Ouvis. ,
Ctwtmj 'mllh, Ftcyiart aud Nowman.
JI.l- ( Roberts, Stewart and Turner.
Uuugli, Cluiborue and flavin.
Vr Cheatham, Hricu aud Ainlcmon
ign Hough, ( lail nrne and Prien.
Wilhouet Cheatham, Maytleld and Kuowles.
liiifrortiH'ntf unci F.riilturttCoe, Scovel aad
filic 1'ri.y rln Brten, Cheatham mid Turner.
f'l Hume My(l"lil, Jones and Roberts.
f The Board ol Aldermen ihpoIb tho Tuesdays
nexijirece.itiiK thu yirond and fourtb TbuiKdnyg lu
uciipionth, and the Commnu Council Iho eeeend
and I'irth Thursdays In eaeh im nth.
("efein J' I'D liaiitl.
ti I,ituttnnutV'm. Ynrlironifh.
Stiut Liviilrnant John II. Oavll.
Wm. Jackami, John Cavender, Nitb Pa
vis. Lol l liilllps, Win. linker, John Cottrell, William
John Knuleti, J. W. Wright, John l'uckelt,
llotrt 8xitt. W. C. Francia, Thomas Francis, Andrew
Joj.ii, DiTid 1itin, und Charles Hulltt.
f The Polico Court In opeued evorjr morning M
' COUNTY OFFICERS.
titriff Jmna M. HintiU. litjiulit Tbomag Hob.
SOtWU J. K. Iluchauun.
Hgiitn rhineas flarrett.
3tujW. Jasper Taylor.
(Vrwr N, II. HeUhnr.
Ikntjr John Corbet .
lrtri Collector I. (illriley.
hiilrviiJ Tux Oolln-lorVf I. llobcrtiton.
O-iMuMi for th4 KathnlU OMru ( Johu I). Clower
aa.ij. U Newman.
Mat Il.'n..Jauica Whitwortli.
(UrkY. Mudbley Nirhol.
TTbe Judge's Court meets tho Brut Monday In
fituli inciitli.auiJ tho Quarterly Court, composed of
tin Magistrates ol' the County, Is hold the first Mm-
day In January, April, July and October. .
Juitg Hou. Nathaniel Halter.
Cbr David 0. Love.
aT The Court mvets the flrtt Monday in Starch
Judje Hon. Wllliaru K.Turner.
Clerk Charles K. liiguus.
S)TThe Court meets the flrat Monday iu Aril Au-
gut and December.
tCVwutliir Hon. Samuel D. t'rlerson.
tiers u'i 3tiutrr J. K. (Heaves.
sT Tho Court nioota the first Monday In May aud
I. 0. 0. F.
Joi'ia F. rhitt,(jlraiid Secretary, should be addreesed
at AiMaHU., imn
Trnncun LAy So. I Meets every Tues.lay Even'
iti,at tbelr Hall, on the corner of Union aud Pum
luer streets. Tho oillciors for tin prcsuut term, are:
O. 8. Les'-eur,N .; J. E. Milln, V.fl.; J. L. W?.ikley,
Secretary ; L. K. Spain, Treasurer.
TVutiM Loilyt, So. 10 Meets at the saiufl place
every Mouday Kvenlug. The olllcers are : K. A
Campbell, N.O.; Honry Apple, V.O.; J. L. Tark,
Si'cretary ; B. K. llrown, Trfasurer.
dfiiil-v LoJt, So. (H MoMs at their Hail, On South
Cherry stroot, every Friday tvenlng. The oBleurs
are : O.'c. Covert, N O ; Frank, Harmau, V.O.J Janvs
Wj alt, Secretary ; W. M. Mallory, Tivasurr.
Aurora So. 10S, ((ierinan) Moots at the
Hall. corur of Uuloii and Summer ktreeU, every
Thursday Evetiiug. The odloeie aro : Charles Kicb,
N.U.; l. Frle-liuai, V.O.; llltterlich, Secretary j
Oco. Seiferle, Treasurer.
tiuljely fiMMtmpiNca, A'i. I Meets at the above Hall
on the first and third Wednesdays of ta. li month
The ollicrs are: J. K. Mdls. C.V. ; T. U. Mcllrlde, II P. ;
ti. IT. Fuller, H.W ; I'etfr Harris, Jr., J.W.J John F.
h Hide, Seribe ; U K. Cutt'ir, Treasurer.
(il.es DroMiA ln.ru raj'ineiil, So. 4 Miets at the
i.biive Ha I on the second and fourth WeduesJay
nights of each mouth. The ellinrs ale: J a. T Hcli,
CI'.; I' iiry A,iple, II I- M,.ker, S.W.; B. tru-d.
muii, W Charles Kireher, f-'enbe; J. N Ward,
Davidson County Directohy Continued.
MILITAST QUAETER3 AND OFFICEKS.
JW Hi ad'i'iarters on High street. On. Nsj'ley,
I'itlriH H.'ttdipartcrs on Summer stroet (!r.
Ford's residence.) W. U. ida!I, Maj. I5lh U. S. In
fantry, A. A. A. (I.
l'ratoat Marihal Hoadquartors at the Capitol. As
C. Cillem.Col. 1st Trim. Infttutry.
Chi.f AuMmU (JttartrrniMnter ilcadquarlors on
On-riy street ; No. 10, (.Juilgo Citron's rrsidence.)
Capt. J. D. fliiigham.
Amutnnt Qmrterniinler No. Cherry street. Capt.
Atiutunt Qiinrtcrnvultr Vine street, near Mrs.
Polk's resilience, (apt. It. N. LjiiiI).
Amiiltinl Qvar1rrmuterSi. 87, Market troel.-
Clapt. J. M. Halo.
Oiief Commit', iry II a'l)iin.rtis, No. 10, Vine et,
Capt. K. MaelVely.
Commumrij of Sufw(ie Eioad street. Crtjit. S.
Anting C'miMumry of HubiiAtmce Corner of Broad
mid College street. I.leut Charles Allen.
Mnlkal Director Summer street, (fir. Ford's old
residence.) Surgeon,!'.. Swirt.
Mnliral Purrr;lnr't OJic Clmrcli street, Mayonio
Building. J. R. l'lKTiE, Surgeon, 8lh Kentucky In
CantTy, Acting Medical Purveyor.
i it c s i i: c t u s
T N'iHiint i a Cmom was cossmenc! a few weeks
since, Tor tho purjie) of opiwmng the Kbel Southern
OonreiP'racy, and of advocating the ro.torulioa of
Federal authority, without any abatement, over all
the Stalcj which havo attempted to secede. It holds
as Mends all who support, and xa foeg all whooppoao
tho Union of tho States. It has no watchword but
Fkhkuom a.n Ntionaiitt.
With rebels and traito has no compromise to
make. It contend for the Federal Constitution aud
the Laws made in pursuance: thereof as the Si'crkh
Liwoftiis I.ANn, niiylhiugln tho Constitution and
laws of any of the States to the contrary notwith
standing. It contends for tho Union of thn State, bocaimo
without it the preservation of our liberties and insti
tution and the organization of society itself aro
wholly ImixisHihlo. Thereloie, whatever slam's m
.ho way of crushing out tho rebellion and restoring
u umon inuai peiiHU, no mailer uy what name It be
To the people of TenneBseo. ever renowned for their
dovotlou to Liberty nd Union, until thoy were be
trayed to the rebel despotism at Richmond by a per
dioua Governor and corrupt Legislature, and who
have felt so le avily the awful cur.-io of treason aud
anarchy, we appeal for support. Il the uams of
reuol onice holders, V igilaiice Committee, and Miuuto
Men, who have tilled our borders with mourning, b
gibrx ttod before tho world. It those ambitious aud
avaricious men ho have plotted our ruin for their
own aggraudiiement bo fastened to the Dlllorv of
shame, no matter how high their "Men in society.
Let It bo shown how the self sty id defender of
"Southern Rights" aro now leading marauding bauds
of free-booters aud moss troopers over our St.te, kid.
napping negroos, stealing horses and cattle, breaking
lino nouses, ourning railroad bridge and cars, and
murdering unarmed citizens in cold blood. Let the
truth, so long excluded by the Southern conspirators,
now circulate freely through every neighborhood,
ami our cause will assuredly triumph. Will not loyal
men everywhere aid us in the dissemination of facta
and tbe advocacy of Free Government?
Terms of Subscriptions' in Far Funds.
Daily Union, single copy, per annum, $8 00
" " clubs of teu, each 7 00
Trbweekly, single copy, 5 00
11 uiuns oi tuu, eacn 4 uu
Weekly, single copy, ', i 0
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afAlI communications on business with theOlllce,
will be addressed to tbe PUBLISHERS of the UN'ION,
and all communications to the Editor will be address
to 8. C. MKRCER
'-Editors of loyal newspaper will do us a great kind
noss by re-publishing the foregoing or its substanco
TbeonrronMrHisactlona in Tennessee fir months to
some will be highly Interesting to all lover of their
country and her free Institutions, aud tbe columus of
the Uxiox will furnish the earliest and most reliable
history of these events.
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v Auvrtismnu luserteu id Uia incm loiuum
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CtianiiMS limy lie tnaoa periodically uhea artiiid
upon; but evi ry aurh clianno will tnvolvu cxiraex
p'ni, to be Mid for by tlie advirtiaer.
Jiwawi ajuwtftna the fi)u contractra for will
bt cAiiryt.1 for tM excj.
ITIarrlK aud funeral !otlce
When eicvxliii( fl-o linns, will ba clmr-oil at tho
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Aiinoiiiicenietita of t'uudiitate .
los Htats Omciiiu,,
Cli rimrol la a.lTur,e for
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We, tti iimli'iHiucd, Une tliis d.iy aili.pl. .1 the
i aMiru tats, to KliicU as bind ouiiKis hi .i.j to
a. 1 1 re.
WM. t'AaliON, for tin) I hi .
Ji'llN WAt.I..tl'F, for (l.o h r l,
N ssn ii i a, T uu., Ju'jr lsii'J.
Puhlishfl I'j an A'ci(ition rf Prtn'trt.
onion on Irlnter Allry, tetween
I'nioit and Dcnderick siren.
TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 1J, lSb'2.
TO OUR READERS.
This morning tho Union i iiresenlfI
to its patrons dioiinishctl sunifvi h.tt in
io. Tlio f iult is not ours, nor is it in
our power to control, i' &' prenrut. Tlie
paper maker on wliom wedepeml, infui'in
ws that it will bo necessary for him to
got several articles essential to the manu
facture of paper, be loro ho can supply
ua again with thn proper size. He hits
enough of the oizo we print on this
morning, to last ns until the other can he
furnished. We assure our patrons that
it is contrary to tho wishes of tho Pub
lishers of the Union to take any e1rj
that will detract from its merits. As
soon as we can bo supplied with the pa
per, we will resume our regular size.
Notwithstanding the reduction of the
paper from its former size, there will be
no diminution in the amount of reading
matter from what has heretofore been
September 11, 1802.
Spf.akin at Murfkelsuoro. We
learn that Uaruu will he at Murfrershoro
on next Wednesday, for the purpose of
making a speech. We will endeavor to
bo present and make a faithful report f
his remarks for our readers. We hope
Haheis will have us a comfortable peat
and table prepared whero wo can take
notes without interruption. We learn
that it is to bo a sort of niuster-d y v ith
tho rebels. IIarkih will spi-ak, we learn,
on tho following topics:
1. The $2,000,000 School Fund.
2. Tho MidnigU Treaty.
3. Freedom of Elcdions.
4. Whisky, Poker and Religion.
5. His skedaddle from Nashville.
In connection with this last topic he
will, by tho particular request of tho la
dies of Murfreesboro', recile our "Mourn
ful Ballad," written in eotnuieiuoration
of that event.
P. S. Buck, the porter at tho Capitol,
requests us to inform Isham, that wheu
ho ran away from this place last Febru
ary, he was in such a hurry, ho bursted
the lock off tho door of the Governor's
office, and that this trespass of the wan-
dering Governor has cost him, the afjre-
said Buck, several dollars in repairs, u
000 left. he would like to fret the cattb.
ndifhe liasnt, rather than lose tue
debi he will take it out in whisky.
W.a .r man mnrft annrmi. iatel V
' - . v. ------- - - "ii i j
named than General Bragg?
We come rwt as Conquerors.
That's so! For proof we refer to Bu-
iLli s army.
We come to guarantco to all tho sauc-
tify of their homes and altars.
Bnvjy s 1 roclarnalwn.
They're tolerably well guaranteed, we
believe, General. Don't you think so?
We come to punish with a rod of iron
the despoilers of your peace.
liragg s J roclanuunni.
Just so. What will you take for your
We eonio to avenge the cowardly in
sults to your women.
ilraij'j s l rocuimalivn.
How does the avenging business nour
ish this morning V
KENTUCKIANS! I have entered your
State with tho Confederate Army of the
West, a n d oiler you an opportunity to
free yourselves from tlie tyranny ot a
depostiu ruler. liragg s 1 rocUututtton.
P. R. Owing to circumstances which
cannot be controlled, I find it necesMiry
to leave your State a good deal quicker
than I entered it. Bxeuse h.isie.
Your jjallant Btickner leads the van.
;4. ! a ,tt;--i::.
Aud I lay who leudj the ''
Il'rnm Yesterday's lelra
iii - t- i
Great Federal Victory nt Perrville,
Glorious Hews from Ccrintlu
Bragijj 7lioIo Army Routed, with
Tren encions Slaughter, and driven
.. Ten Hiks fron the Field.
Gen. Rosecrans completely Defeats
Price, Lovell, and Van Doni.
Kebel Loss S00 Killed, 1800 Wound
ed, and over 1500 Prisoners.
Federal Loss COO Killed, and 1000
Immense Capture of Rebel Arms.
Nasuvii.t.e, Monday, Oct. 13.
We received the following dispatcltes,
by the kindness of General Neglet, lato
yesterdayevening. The news was brought
by a courier front Col. BnrcE, at Bowling
Green, whose dispatches are direcKrom
Louisville, and dated October 10th. A
great battle has been fought in Kentucky
between the entire farces of Biei.l and
BiiAGi;, and the result will .make every I
loyal heart in the land leap with the deep-
ebt joy. The fight took place on the 9th
insf. at 'Perry villc, lioylo teiiniy, LTy.
about ten miles from Danville and
eighteen miles from Lebanon. The com
bined forces of SmitiI and PiRAOfl were
in the action. The engagement was gen
eral, and after a fierce contest aud im
mense slaughter the Rebel forces were
completely routed. The loss on both
sides was very heavy. The Federal
troops drove the Rebels ten miles from
tne ;e(i 0r actj011 wu0 iL,ft ai (heir
d . ,nd ' de,i n the field. The
Robe I 1 OS in both oflicers and men id ex
C(ieriini:ty heavy. On our side we have
tQ rec().d wi,h gricf ,h(. death 0f tne
L..,i... ...t i... o t.,,,-.,
mai,tl..P f tlie Cavalry in Kentucky; of
Mai. Terueli.. the distinguished artilhr
rv officer of the re.ular army, and of Cols.
Wel.-ter Jump, ml T. v H Ip TVNior Kami! .
, - ,i 1 j v
aud tho Adjutant ot the 15th Kentucky,
Col. Pope waB wounded.
This is a glorious victory, but the na
tion will mourn ov or tho loss of some of
, , , A . , .. 1- . ,
nor ncoicbt patriots, wi.ue m-ntuc-vy
weeps over the fall of ln-r children, wor-
thy of their loyal ancestors of the "Dark
and Blood v Ground "
T , . ci' i t i ii
in tut uL-..tut uniiT.1 .iwamu, tue
nation has indeed lost one of her ruont
chivalrous sons. The scene of the con-
e nil 11 t l-i
i.o.u uo...oe.ialiu .mil, iu .hc.i jhjiiu
Bray (r will probably make, by way of
Mount Vernon, London, and Barboura-
ville, with tho certain loss of his artil-
r.v.K", iict. 7.
As yet we can state only the geneial
results of the fighting at Corinth. Skir-
ninhing ronimeiteed on Tuenilny last,
atid thtre has been ni'i " or I cm fighting
every day since.
The rebd los is about Kim killed, and
from 1, 5(10 to 1,H')) wounded.
We have taken i,Loi at Corinth, .".MM
on Hatehee Utfcr, a ti i in.n e an; con-lmit-
ly coming in. -
Tho rebels threw away in their fhdt
three thousand slaii'i of anus, mo-ily
new and .f LmiHa't make.
Our is about
killed und l,tt(i)
t .ri' t'i an; ladly
Mj'jV I in
b!i:tl tefed I'V mm t .i
'.i iiniijy, ( i,
elii'lny live tnl!i - '
the tvon.N ui.il vv!'
!i me i he
ti u..', t iiroun
I. . i .
u U. i taking
,'-v , ' .-- - - y
advantage of every hill for their infan
try, and every wood for their artillery.
The fight raged for evcn hours. Tho
rebel General Rogers was killed. Gen
eral Oglesby died of his wound.
Generals 0d and Vetcji were slightly
wounded. The rebels fought with dea
ueration, hut were completely routed at
every point by our indomitable soldiers.
The rebel General Wirt Adams and
Moom: were killed. We learn that the
Chattanooga i.'-.Wof late date admits the
repulse of its side, and states that they
retreated to Ripley.
K'hi'l prisoners taken say that their
effective force in that vicinity was siity
hvo thousand. This is probably an over
estimate, but it is certain they have out
numbered us two to one, as Price's army
has been greatly swelled within the last
few weeks by the rigid and universal
Thus within one week 4 wo of the
finest of tho rebel armies, one in Ken
tucky and tho other in Mississippi, have
been cut to pieces aud routed.
l.Hte from rl urfreralioro!
A messenger who arrived at Head
quarters yesterday evening from Mur
freesboro, rciwrts that a great pnnic pre
vails there, that the rebel forces are in
dread of an attack, aud dispersing, and
that Forrest is sending off his artillery
to Chattanooga. Anderson is furiously
denounced by every one for his conduct
at Lavergne. , Forrest fled twico from
his camp last week on hearing an alarm
that General Keg ley was advancing on
him with his entire force. Tho gtiet
i ilia's career is nearly closed.
The dark thunder-cloud of treason,
which for weeks past menaced Kentucky
and Tennessee with its portentous fold,
ha3 broken, and the sun of tho Federal
Union casts upon our upturned faces, all
radient with delight, a Hood of glory,
"'rough the scattered and flying banners
of ihc storm.
Wc shall probably receive details of
"'e Perry villo fight late this evening ; if
so, tbey will appear in the Uniox ot to
(ion. Kitell'i Wagon Train.
Toihe Editors of tlte Louisville Journul:
The safe arrival in this city of the
immense train of wagons belonging t
the Army of tho Ohio, notwithstanding
the perils which beset its passage hither
I rum l&owiing-Green, is a matter of suffi
cient interest to the Union people of the
loyal Slates to justify a brief statement
showing the magnitude and difliculty of
the undertaking, bs well m the manner in
wuicn me uencate amy ot moving so
I are,e an amount of finveriimnnt nrmierlt
was discharged by those to whom it was
o- r. i i j
The entire train contained over seven-
I non nnii f to fl ivnonno. finorlir avafit atia
r wl,!,,!, wa l.rfn will. .i,.,,
nrovisious. forarrc. or batreace for oflicers
""J "u'ni tlie 0,1 vhie of which must
"CI1 Hearty two muiionsoi UOliars
1 -II! III
Tho easy and natural route from Bow
ling-Green to this city, be it remembered,
wa9 much of it held by the enemy,
making it necessary to choose an unfrc
I . 1 I. I . - .
l,eu BUU, rou,e " ,lo1M1"Ye
I with so much adroitness as to elude the
t,.at were waf foP thc intended
route, as well as "to be well defended in
case of attack.
I rr- .. .1 .i i
A,ie mcipcrieuceu can naruiy conceive
I ...i. t..l. :
I "O" niiiituii. iu uuueriiiaiiiK cviu upon
. , . f w,ons
wcn laden, extending when in motion a
distance of some twenty miles, but when,
as in this case, rivers must be forded, and
Itiivlt Lk! Mai timet Via tunudiwl li vw lliA tn.ot
I uilu uiiin iiiuow avv tiunnm mj vuq uiyni
. indini. ,tul A-.mmu
possible, besides being watched by spies,
menaced by guerrillas, and threatened by
the enemy in force, all intent upon the
capture of so valuable a prize, tlie true
nature of the undertaking begins to
But Col. Zahm proved to bo the right
man in thc right place. Quick to per
ceive, untiring and energetic in executing
his well-laid plans, he has merited the
confidence reposed in him by (Jen. Buell.
Without delay the train was divided
into three sections, the first consisting of
thu ammunition train and fourth division,
I mx hundred wagons, in charge of Capt,
S. Perkins, Jr., A. Q. M. ; the second sec
lion, consisting of the lirst, third, fifth,
and biith divisions, over six hundred
wagons, in charge of Capt. l'alph Plumb,
A. tj. M.; and the third section, consist
ing ot too second and seventh divisions
and lulley's cavalry train, overlive litiu
dred wagons, in thurge of Capt. Thomas
A. l'-ow k s, A. J. M
To this end Gen. Buell laid dow n the
route and general plan of iurch, and or
dcied Colonel Bruce to put the running of
the train under the direction of Captain
C. II. Gauheit, A. G M , and to furnish a
sullieicut tscort to take the train a far
as Green Biver, which was done by Col
Bristow of thc 8th Kentucky Cavalry.
At thc Brownsville Ford, Col. Lewis
llahn, commanding 1st brigado cf caval
ry, by order of Gen. Buell, took charga
f the expedition. .
Each of theso sections moved separ
ately, and Were generally parked about
five miles apart each night, in such
places as were most secure and best sup
plied with water and forago for tho
stock. Kach section was accompanied
by over 2KK) men, drivers, assistants,
and helpers, beside tho cavalry escort
from tho Hrd and f th Ohio and hth Ken
tucky cavalry, which was interludcdl
throughout tlie entire train.
By the nid of Capt. Gauhcrt, in charge,
and Cants. Perkins, Plumb, and Bowles,
in command of tho different Rertions,
sustained by tho united efforts of Quar
termasters, wagonmasters, and teamsters
generally Col. Zahm was enabled to elude
the vigilant enemy, overcome tho moun
tains of (liiliculty, and accomplish tho
task assigned him without thc loss of a
man or wagon.
The past shall bo forgotten.
Well, you'll feci all tho better for lhaf.
Needful supplies mn.sl he had for my
Army, but they shall bo paid for.
hrayg s iToclavwtton.
Buell gave you a little moro than you
wanted, didn't ho V You paid duar for
Freemen, w o have transferred'fionioac
soil to yours a powerful and well-disciplined
Uragg s 1'tvclavwlum
And now wc guess you'd be glad to
transfer them back again. You beat a
fashionablo lady at executing "transferred
Kentui.'hians! We have come with joyous
hopes. Let us not depart in Borrow a
we shall, if wc find you wedded in choice)
to your present lot.Jlragg's froclama-
"Hope told a flattering tale;" but Ken
tucky has replied in tones of thundor;
"Depart ye accursed into everlasting Ore,
prepared for tho devil and his angels t"
Let youc enthusiasm have fic rein!
Hi agr' Proclamation.
All right! Enthusiasm seems to b
making admirable time towarda th
jumping-off, or the getting out place..
Womf.m of Kentucky 1 Y'our heroic
bearing has reached my ears. Urttgf
When the offspring of Kentucky moth
er's sent their rifle-halls whistling round
your ears, you doubtless wished that
their bearing had not been quite bo pro
lific of heroes.
The Herald's despatch dated at Fred
erick, Md., says: 1 learn from private)
sources, that recent reconnoissanccsshosjr
. a ll Slt?
that Gen. Lee s army is rapiiuy lauing
back on llichmond.
The Boulesof New Orleans, before th
war, had an income of $80,000 a year,
and this is now reduced to a mere living;
on plain pork and flour.
The total value of tho real and person
al estate in the country was estimated to
be, in 1800, $ 1 GK ,( K), OIK), represent
ing and increase of 1-0 per ceixt, in tea
It is said that Bragg has a good many
raw troops, but Buoll's tire will give then.
a good roasting. Louisville Journal.
Biugio has as last succeeded in making
Be ell's army run after Jum.
No. 71 East Side Public Bquaro
AT WHOI-tSAM: AND HKTA1I..
We have a Urge lot of
WilOl.l'.S (iKm, tir Outlxuien's wi THIKS.H
ant 1 HI Mil I Ml HI KS, in tbat line ; yi'l.f(.
W.tHK, I1AIIUWAKK, Ulult', HOOTS ' .o.
lVrius wi- Iiiijk miytbiiiK Hie sort fr tli
a.io.ii. lilii wtilt.T'a uae, wooi't ilo w-l to supply
tli..ii.j(. !. obiln tte ycaii. Wo bave alau a lrBi
kit of HuV-e IXJTHINti.
rai.Mf'LAIlt Ac ITlttSH,
aeplll' 71 Kl rele I'ublie rtUro, (upatairs.)
HITl'ATlo.M IS AN AvAIiKMY OB (OUN-
1. . i r-- J by a lielj Iu K. iilui k) , bo wuoJd lis li
lb, x 777, I.i.iinvillr , Ky , or "M B. M.,"
Sam. mli-, Tonii.
,-A at,a'a b.ry loft'-f from It -V. l.S. I"i ,
Levuuti'ii. r-y aimlV-"
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