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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1802.
'jaiibson Counts gircetot.
Jolt. tIL'GII PM1TH, ioyor.
WlU.IAM H5IASE, licordr.
JkIIM CH'.'MJlI.EY, JurjW.
lrHlf Mantel W II. WlllclnttiD, A. C. lacker,
hI Jtmu A ttflft.
C'irt-l-i f 3frA-rJoiiu thunilwjr.-z-oji .iu, firsts
lok. I,. Hyan. second ; uu 1 John Fedd'ck , Hi rJ
1 'JWt An..,SV.in Lriver.
r ,',. G.IMor A. B.Kianklaud
i H'r to'ltctvfK. B. Garrett
j 'y-wmr-t Ibmry.
, H'W J.u.'-r Tlmma" L'-akc.
, ,.,.,- .-.if-iiu". .1 o rM HV.'-u J- 0. 1oau.
Xjj.riHM.n uth Uul-r Wo, .Jamel Wutt
J .'(- r.fi.aWmH-J'tm H. Scby-y.
. fc..(u of lh Ctn-irrnT. 11. Mi.r.rUJfc.
i Oivwr J. L. Stewart.
Viif Mimnej-ha Mcl'hall ninth.
. .i.i ,M M. Brleo. President ; .J. E.
f.v,uri o .it"'. " '
Davidson County Dibectobv ConlinwJ.
KILITAHY GTJARTF.SS AND 05TIC-P.3
on TIU;ti Street. Get
. mi - XT Cntlt
Louis Hough, W. Milium-, .lame iu,uer, .... .
;le, A. J. Col,. Ja.. Al",,''w A,",,,rsoD' ' "
(tCowk,nu. John Crcady.
UIMITIK OK TH I " V l.of.Vtll..
f,r!-Knowlo, H.-wel M:
Mot- HVAs-Aud:rHou,SiHilh ""1 CluiUnru-j
JW H 'id piarte
conim vi.l .eg.
l)i'r'fl ! f'-i'I I'lirt'-ra r,n PniumT street (Dr.
ITonl r-'sliienre.) W. !l. Hi-l-il, Ma'. 15th V. S. U
fmtry, A. A. A. r.
IWo.i Sr,imLil H.- lr.iarten ut t!i. Capitol. A.
C (ililetn, Cut. 1st T'Stio. Infantry.
Chuif AvMimt QuvrUrmiui.gr t lh-ai!n,jartera, ou
Cherry tr:ot ; No. 10, (Kde Catroa't residence )
Ca(H. J. D. Bingham.
44wiWuii( QtatifinaSer No Cfc'.rryairi-et. C?t.
ifm&iitf Q.trtgrm''r Vi;, it -irn.r " IH.
l)!k's .-.i.di ii-n. dipt. K. S. C:u.,l).
iimiVhint QuartrwiM-ir No. 37, Market et.-.-et.
CU. J. M. H.-tUt.
CuV rwru' vji II 'l'Vi irtoic, No. 10, Vlu ft.
Cart. 11. Ma:fV;y.
XM,.iry of 'ii'-iWi-x Rio; e'.ro.t. Cajt. ?.
ilrii ('vi:..nt(Mry of ?uIa.Vi.- (k.-Uir fcf U.'oad
anJ Col!i;e ttre.-tt. l.:rut Charli s All. a.
M Jiml Virtclor umninr Btr.- t. (iir. ForJ'l old
8th K?utuc!;y Ij-
! II O S I R CTU8
I'l'hh'-'M lj on Jsw'-dt'on of J'rlultrH.
Offirc oi Ir3ntcr' Alloy, bctwftn
1 iiion unl DeuActit.it. Mrcrl.
TUESDAY MORNING ; ( CT.
cuurage wuicu lie i
Interesting Intelligence of llilitary
Op5ratiom in the East ar.d
BEAGG and SMITH RETREATING
CAPTURE OF REBELS,
".t.. i r' .iH. M (1 I,.Cl!ilWu;,Rii'l ,! Kobb. Jlfwiicai Jur;,w'i Ofloe Cliurch
, u.,. , William Building. J. B. 1'iRTi.i, Hurou.
""""" fui'.i-. ..... lpu,.ar. fantry, Acting Medical Purveror.
.,,. t. J. Yurbriu(li,Wm. Drlvor, Win. Stewart, 8 '
Farther Reports of the
We have been favored villi a coitv A
tLft Louisville Journal of the 18th inst.
from which the follcJtvinir items arc ex
Ma) Bold, t'lif allium Rd Ciaibimc
H7u.r-NfW'an,ftowarl nd Turner.
.WJW(al-J""s, May ftld md Sloan.
(y-fcooU-Cbenthnm, MyftW n Kuuwl..
.. ,K..-f.-Cready, Driver and Nowiuy..
(,',., Iirivi r, ChontliiuH and Daviii.
( Wirt-tf-SmitU, Stowart and Newman.
JIrM 7(,. KolK-rtR, SU.wart and Turner.
W,nw-UoiiKh,Clall)orno and Davis.
Vlic-Clu-atliam, Brlcn and Anderson
X(,ri,.-HouKh, Clulborue and Brien.
irorWiHi.-Cl.eutliai.i, Mayflf ldand Kn..wU-.
ImproHr,,!, ,,,( K.mW.ov.-Cule, itaovel and
FuMic rvo;rr(i-i-Hrlei1,Clieathaniud T.U'ner.
't,( i.w-May!lell, Jones and BoborW.
J-Tho Hoard -i Aldermen mwla tli Tn. silayH
next preceding ll.e second and fcarthTI.orsili.yilu
caeb mnntb, and the Common Council th Mtond
and (ourlh Thursday In each mouth.
vr.ij.i John Buugh.
ttnl LU-utnutut Wm. YarbmuKh.
Sid .'Hto...H John U. Darll. 1
JVLV-n-irii-Win. Jackson, Juhn Caveu.ler, Nn h Da
vl I'.ol rhil'lpi, Win. Itukw, John fottrell, William
N.ayo, John KukIw. J- W. Wright, John l'uokott,
Robert Soott. W . C. KranelB, Thomas Fraucin, Androw
Joyce, I lav ul YaW, and Charles Hulltt.
-Tho Police Court U opened every morning
k,,triff-.Uw M. Hiutoil. p!7,.i.(..-Tboii.a Hob
noil aud J. K. Iluchauan.
Hrjiilrr I'hinua-' Carrctl.
5fVM W. ,laper Taylor.
(M,-S II. ll-iirlier.
liuujrr John Cor'iitt.
Itennut t'oKtWr J. . Br. ley.
Huilroatt Tus 0lln:lurV. I). Kobcrtmm.
CouttMn M Urn Kunkvith f'i.siric(-John I). Oower
and J. V.. Newman.
Thk Na-ih ihe I'mon wan conimonre'l a Tevr weekn
sue ", for Ll.e purpose ofnppoaim; tho Uebel Southern
ConCederacy, au. of advocating the restoration of
Feoeril authority, without any abatement, over all
the .-''.atea which have attempted to secede. It holilg
j irl' n'l all who support, and foe ail who oripoae
the Ciriu of tim States. H h.ii no watchword but
t'K'HXIM AM NAriOSAUTV.
With reoels and tra.to hai no w.nipromiM 10
mako. It ooiitemlg lor tho Federal Onrtitutinn un l
thu La nude in piirMnaiien tuercof nn the fe'.'t'XKjiK
I.iWorT.iK I.Ayt., aeythiiii? 111 l!o Con i'.'.tuf.oa anil
law of any of the Statc.H to tho contrary notwita
Btandiin. Itcoutcuds for the I'niou ol the .cttej, because
without it the preservation of our liberties and tnBti
tutiona and the organization of eociety Itself are
wholly iniposrfiblo. Therefo.o, whatever stanza la
',hu way of crushing out tho rebellion and rstoring
e Union mutt perish, no matter by what iiame. be
To Uio people of Teon"8sc, ever renowned for their
devotion to Liberty and L'nion, until they were be
trayed to the rebel denpoiifm at Kichmond by a per
dioua Governor and corrupt Legislature, and who
have f"lt ao heavily tho awful curse of treason and
anarchy, wo appeal for support. I.et the nanie of
rebel otllce-holdcrR, Vigilance (mm:ttee3, and Minute
Jlen, who have filled our borders w.th mo'irning, be
glbbctted boforo tho world. Iit those ambitioug aud
avariclou men who have plotted our ruin for their
own aggrandizement bo tautened to the pillory of
shame, no matter how high their "Itlon in society.
Let it be Hhown how tho aef styicd defenders of
o.Soii'hein ltightti" are now leading marauding baudi
of free bootera aud mosHdrooperi. over our Hliite, kid
napping negroc. Btealiug borHon and cattle, breaking
into bouaeu, burning railroad bridge aud c.irs, and
murdering unarmed citizen in cold blood, l et lh.s
truth, so loiyj excluded by the.oiithern coiiKplrator,
now circulate li'eely through every ueighliorhoou,
and our fause w I anauredly triumph. Will not loyal
men everywhere aid us in tl.o ili'...'minatiou of (uct
and the advocacy of Free Guvenfmrntf
Official Hcjtort of Col. PI. ;oodln ,
Coinntandins; COtH RriRailfi of Hie
9th IHTiion n thelialtlc of l'er-
IlEADiit.'AKTF.ns 30th CaiOALK, i
fill. r...., .n.- In.,,- r ,- Ii,,.
ijl ll lUVlBlua at. ii l jr mr. win.., r
Danville, Kv., Oct. It, 1302.)
(len. J2. lt. Mitchell, Cowmuwl iny Division
Sir.: In obedience to your order re
(miring me to furnish a report of the part
taken by my brigade in the late battle of
Perryville, I have the honor herewith to
submit the tollowing
As ordered I had massed my brigade
in the edce ot a dense wood, joining (jen
Kousseau's right, to await your orders.
Precisely at ll! o'clock. P.M., I received
orders, directly from Maj. Gen. Gilbert,
Commanding .Jrd Corps de Army, to tiro
ceed immediately to the support of Gen
McCook oq my lett. 1 then proceed
ed at doublo quick, in the direction of
where General McCook s forces were
engaged. On reaching the field I
found the forces badly cut up, and re
treating (they theu having fallen back
near one mile), and were weiry. Hr!"
nresaed by the enemy. Alter receiving
instructions from General McCook, J or
doed my brigade forward into the light:
the -2d Indiana taking position on the
right, the 59th Illinois on the left, and
75th Illinois in the centre, aud the hatte
Col Keith of the 22d Indiana. Until he
f ll from liis horso he was everywhere in
tho thickest of the fight. Vhere the
battle raged hottest, he was to ho found
animating and cheering nis meu by his
lofty words and nob'e example. J In w as
universally loved by all who knew lnui,
and his loss is much regretted. In his
example there is every thing, worthy of
Major Winters, of the .Vjlh Illinois, has
my grateful thanks for the coolness and
courage which he displayed during the
tie displayed a pa-
e that is highly wor
thv of dm ;ati'ii
Lieut.' West, of the .".'.)! h Illinois, and
A. A. G., is entitled to great credit for
timely aid he afforded me, and for the
energy and promptness villi which he
delivered my orders. During the action
he was wounded in five different places,
and did r.ot quit the held till entirely
Lieut. Adams, and Acting Adjutant of
tho 22d Indiana, is also a worthy young
ofiicer. He had his horse shot from nn-
dt.r hiin, and though wounded himself,
he i t mained on the fit lil, preserving great
coolness ond ca.niness ot mind, and cou-
st.tntiy urging his men forward. Also,
mu'-li tha:iks is due to "Orderly" Gray,
for his courage, promptness, and energy
in deliTerii.g my orders.
Captain 1 inner, of the otli Wisconsin
I'aiterr, cannot he spoken of too highly
in this report, lie delivered his orders
with great coolness and deliberation, and
his buttery did great execution in forcing
the rebels from their position. The fol
lowing is a list of casualties:
Of tho 22d lndiana there were engaged
000, killed 55. wounded missing 10;
total loss 107.
Of the 50th Illinois there were engaged
25, killed Ai), wounded 03, missing 12;
total loss 153.
Of the 75th Illinois there were engaged
700, killed 47, wounded 102, missing 12;
total loss 221..
Of the 5lli Vis.con?m I'.attcrv there
were engaged OS, killed 1," wounded 2;
total loss .J.
Of the trigade there were engaged
1,42:.5, killed 111, wounded uOO, missing
4:j : total loss of brigade 5 1 1.
Very respectfully, I am, General, your
obedient servant. M. GOODING,
Col. Com'g "0th P.rigade.
Col. Tolberf, a brave young olllccr of
company K, also fell. Tho regiment com
menced falling back, having returned tho
fire, ptagej ing and diet king the farther
advance of the, enemy. Tho undersigned,
acting as Major, and being senior ofiicer
present, assumed command. After retir
ing a short distance into a field, the regi
ment was reformed, and the firing having
ceased, night getting io, it was thought
advisable, upon consultation, to remove
the regiment, from tho field of strife to
camp, which was leaclied at a late hour,
the. men being much fatigued and ex
In submitting this report, I cannot
epeak in terms loo highly of tho un
daunted courage and pallanf bearing of
the late Lieut. Col. S. I. Keith.- Till he
fell he was everywhere in thu thickest
mid hottest of the light, animating and
cheering his men. No man intheregi-
The Interior of Charleston.
A private letter from Charleston under
date of Sunday, July 0th, says :
Should you get this letter then you
may regard it as a possibility that thu
l lookaife is not quite.what it ought to be;
though it is now regarded as a very greafc
lisk for anything but steamers ta make,
Every nr-nntt then some vessel Kef,
in here, and also at Wilmington. Thera
is also Borne port on the coast, of Georgia,
below Savannah, into which several car
goes have been run.
The profits of a successful venture are
so enormous that the shippers can afford!
to lose two out of three.
I enclose a list of prices which werei
obtained the other day for goods at auc
tion in the city, 'these prioes are tho
meiit could havo fallen more lamented I best answer to those who doubt the gen
Copy of Ilegitaental Pepot t of Capt. T.
15. . Taur-fr, , connoandia,- 22d .IndiaBa i
Volunteers, in the battle of Perryville,
l.'y., October 8th, 1802:
lli:ADt;L'ARTEnS, 22i Isi. YoLS., I
Neap. Piiui.vviM.E, Kv.,Oct. 10th, '02. S
Co:,ont.l: In obedience to your order
Term of Subscriptions in Par Funds. 1qo. position on an eminence in our of this date requiring me to furnish a re-
Daily Union, Hi n pie copy, per anuum, $H 00
" " ciiioa 01 leu. oacu " ov
Tri-week'y, single copy, 6 oo
" clubs ol ti u, each no
Weekly, inglo oopy, -l0
" cluhn of ten, each 1 M
Jm'd- Hon. JamcB Wliltworth.
Cici A l'.Lludolty Nichot.
-Tho Judge's Court meets tl Hint Monday In
eicu month, and the tjuurterly Court, com pobea o!
tiw Magistrate ir the County, Is held the first Mod
in Jmi.ry, April, July nd October.
J.I lluii. XatUunlel Baxter.
( kllavid C. Love.
jtT-The Court meets the nrit Monday iu March
Jixiyc lloii. Willlain.K. Turner.
r:rA Cliiirlev !'.. llig$on.
-T!ie Court lueela the nrsl Moiidsy i.i April Au-
gust ,oid December.
Weloi Hon. Kamwol I. Krlor.on.
Or oik! JI later J. S. ti leaves
r The Court meets l1'9 llr,t "onday iu May aud
4ii-All comm.inicatious on buainei'- with thcOlllce,
will be address-,1 0 the PUBIJSI'IKKS of tho UNION,
and all onnimuulcatlnus to the F.ditor will be sddreBS-
to S. C. iIKItCF.ll
Editors otloyal newspapers will do as great kind
ness by m-publlahlug the forogoiug or its rubatauce
The current transactions In Tennessee for months to
tome will be highly Interesting to all lovers of tholr
country and her free Institutions, and the columns of
i the Uniox will furnish the earliest and meet reliable
history of these eveuts.
rear, which was bordered by a dense
woods. I again ordered the brigade to
the support of a brigade fighting on my
left, wliich, as soon as I had become en
caged, retreated amt tell back iu contu
sion. 1 lie uaiuu now ragcu lunousiy, one
port of the part taken by the 22d regi
ment Indiana Volunteers, in the late bat
tle near this place, I have the honor to
submit the following :
On the afternoon of the Mb mst. the
22d Indiana, under command ot Lieut.
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after one my men were cut down, but still Colonel S. I. Keith, composing part of the
with unyielding hearts, they severely JjQth brigade, commanded by Col. M.
pressed the enemy and in many instances Gooding, was ordered to the field at 4
forced them to give way. Here we P. M., to the support of the r'ght under
fought alone and unsupported lor two command of Gen. McCook, where the
hours aud twenty minutes, opposed to the enemy had massed a strong force
rebel Gen. Wood's entire division,compos- with the evident intention cf breaking
ed of fiftoen regiments and a battery our lines. In twenty rainutes after
of ten guns. Fiercer and fiercer grew receiving the order, the regiment en-
the contest, and more dreadful became tere t the tela unaer tne lire ot me cne-
the onslaught. Almost hand to Land, my, and in a few moments took position
they fought at least five times their own the 3d Ohio on our left was relieved by
number, often charging upon them, with the 7Cth Illinois, the 50th Illinois on our
such fearlessness and impetuosity as right, both consisting of a part of our
would force them to reel and give way, brigade. The left wing of the 22d oc-
but as fast as they were cut down their cupying an elevated position in an open
ranks were Cued with iresh ones. At ( Leld, was exposed to a heavy lire o mus
than Col. Keith. Capt. Smith, a bravo
and accomplished young ollicer, dietl like
a true, soldier, cheering Ids men. Licuts.
Pidlen, Sibhitts, ami Tolhert, deserve
especial mentii.n for their brave conduct
before they fell. Lieut. McP.ride, in com
mand of company I), received, a severe
wound while fearlessly discharging his
To Lieut. Adams, Acting Adjutant,
Sergeant Major Marshal, and Urderly
Gray, I am under great obligations for
the assistance rendered in carrying and
executing orders, and for brave and gal
lant conduct displayed during the en
tire action. Adjutant Adams's horse
was shot and himself slightly wounded,
but continued faithfully on the field till
the battlo closed. My thanks are-due
and heartily given to all the oflicers and
men of the regiment, without distinction,
for their bravo and intrepid conduct (lur
ing two and a-half hours of as hard
fighting as is rarely witnessed.
I have tho honor to be, your most obe
Signed TIIOS. 15. TANNER,
Capt. Commanding 22d lnd. Vols.
To Col. Mat:sii, Comni'ding .'!0lh Brigade.
St. Locis, Oct. 17. Advices received
at headquarters, state that Gen. Scho
field, with the advance guard of his
army, has left Cassville, moving south
ward towards the Arkansas line. Scouts
sent forward have penetrated as far as
Cross Hollows, but had been driven back
by the enemy.
From Last Arkansas intelligence is re
ceived that a rebel force of about 7,000
has been concentrated under McPnido at
Gen. Carr, in command at Ileleua, re
ports that Holmes and llindmtn, witli a
considerable force, are on the west side
of the river, threatening to attack him,
their object being to do so boforo he
could be reinforced. Gen. Carr has,
however, a sufficient force to make his
position safe. ,
l.rports from Paris, Monroe- county,
give the news that many bushwhackers
are surrendering and asking lor mercy.
They are immediately placed in confine
ment. l'rr.MNoj'iN, Iowa, Oct. 17. Sufficient
returns have been received to determine
that all six Republican Congressmen aro
eleoted. The State tickets is also elect
ed by about 10,000 majority.
Pn lLADF.Li'UiA, Oct. 17,-Thajer (Union)
is elected in tho Fifteenth District by 70
majority. Myers (Union) is also elected
in tho Third District.
Ni:w YortK, OctlG.-Panks refuse to lend
money on gold, tho object being to pre
vent speculation. The banks have also
raised a margin ot, sterling securities
twenty per cent.
To ADVICIt'X'lSKItS in XK'.rAIIj
IBIS RATKS WILL UK 48 FOLLOWS '.
Quarter Column, 1 month 81 0
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lou.v F. IuM:,t.rna ncoreiary, "
at AWiaillf, 'lam.
,, ...!. No- 1-Meots every Tu.-s.lay F.vcn
lug, at their Hall, on the corner of I'ulon and Slim
mer Blreols. Tho olllcers for tho present term, are:
O. 8. Lesueur.N O.; J. E. Milw, V..j' Weakley,
HcrU.ry j L. K. Spain, Treasurer.
3-ruiwi LoJ, No. 10-Meets at the same placo
rvery Monday Kvenlng. The ortlcei re ; R. A.
Campbell, N.O.; Henry Apple, V.G.; J- I- Park,
H-. crctary ; B. V. Brown, Treasurer.
H,nUry WW. 0-M- llloir 11,1,1 " Hltb
Cherry .treet, every Friday Fvenlug. The ollicer.
,re O. C. Covert, N.O.; Frank Barman, V.U.; James
wv,ut. Secretary 1 W. M. Mallory, Treasurer.
Ama 108, (ilerm.i.iJ-Meets at tho
tlsll corner of Union aud Hummer streets, every
Thursday Evu iug. The officers are : Charles Bicb,
N O.; f.rrie.tm.i,V.fl.; imtcrllch, Secretary;
ffuflf t'e.,.ep.. No- 1-Mevts at the above Hall
on the Orst aud third Wcduesd.y "f each mouth.
1 tie otlhers are: J. K. Mills, C.P.;T. 11. Mcltnde, H IV ;
t, t. fuller, S.W.; Peter Harris, Jr., J.W.; John r.
Hid-.-', S.ribo ; H. Culler, Treasurer.
Oli.t Itruiu'. :.c.i.npo..(, N- 4 -Meets at the
tf liai ou the scc.ua ana louriu e.iiiesu
of each uioiilh. The olhcers aie: J.u. T H.-H,
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one time the 22d Indiana charged on
them with fixed bayonets, and succf ded
in completely routing and throwing them
from their position on our ngut, uus at
the same time they brought in a reserve
force on our left. "l now ordered the 22d
Indiana as quickly as possible to the aid
of the 50th Illinois, ou the left, which
order was promptly obeyed.
The impetuosity ot the tiring now
ceased for a moment, and I advanced to
ascertain, if possible, the position of the
j i j .1 - .
enemy, as i auvauceu uuwa iue nuc
were greeted witn a Heavy voiiey oi mu
ltpfrr. which nlainly enough told the di-
y ' ' " - .no -i . . j
rectiou of the enemy. nn snouts .iuu
exclamations, my men rallied to the on
Advertisements occupying auy special position iu
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10 per cut.
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bt cliiiy d for lilt
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When eiceeding live lines, will be charged at tho
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ketry from the enemy who were partially
concealed in a ravine and skirt of woods
about 800 yards distant. Our centre and
right were somewhat protected by a large
house and some outbuildings, upon which
our regiment had made a successful
charge, and from which they drove the
enemy in great numbers, when first com
ing into the Held. With slight variations,
our regiment held this position for about
two hours, during which time w e had lost
a number both in killed and wounded.
Among the oflicers who fell here were
Capt. Smith and Lieut. Sibhitts, of com
nftnr K: Lieut. Kidlen. of company K,
killed: Lieut. MclJride, wounded. A lit-
tie after sunset uoi. uooaing.commauuuig
Our Victory at Corinth.
The following is an extract from ;t let
ter of a subaltern in General Guam's
army to his father in St. Louis, dated
11th October :
The loss of the rebels at Corinth is nine
times greater than ours their loss 2KX)
killed, as many wounded, and between
2,000 and 3,000 prisoners. At Hatehic,
the loss in killed and wounded about
equal, say 500; but we captured .'500
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set. Here it was that leu me gauaui ut. me urigaue, wuo ncnii-uny ""
Coi. Keith, while at the Lead of his regi- the lines, in the thickest of the fight,
ment, and in the act ol nourisning ms . delivering nis oruers uu olcl
i i I 1 1j .nun nnvaril Ift ' rw.ua nrl oni.rrrv . aniM 111) and Stated that
sworn, anii uieiuk i.. "im.. , r , , i
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victory. .i j;4,wi i ; c,n
At v, u limn iiiv nnme win s .utieiui uv tr.e enemy, auci u""
under me, and before I could escape, ' lveith to move the 22d by the flank to
lt i. k j.rln.mi. f wa taken Dris ' their sunnort. This order was promptly
.t ',....h t'mm tl,o tield. AI- eoinnlied w ith. Un to this moment tho
thou 'h my men fought desperately, it regiment had kept up a continuous and
was of no avail, for, being overwhelmed elective fire upon the enemy, whose lire
by vastly superior numbers, they wero had in a measure ceased in our front. In
compelled to withdraw from the tield. executing the last order referred to, the
i. a... ,i,vn.r st Kill, the brie- reaimant had tiroceeded to the point in-
III I If I lil . UilUV. t v r - r-i - - - s 1 a I
.!., - Zr in formed in line of battle by .licated, and was just in the act of taking
..... i ' f,m,,.r (,f the britiade. when, ix sitlot. oi tho left of the 1M Illinois,
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Cnh reipiirod in advauoe for all advertisemcuU
nnhws by special agreement
We, the undertigue.1, UiVa l" ' u' p-.eu i:,e
shove rales, to wlucu we aiuu ouii.n.., si. -n vo
it oi-v Aie'le, it i 1
Cb,tie4 K-nlo-r, rcr.oc j. ... "..
WM. 't 'AMtKOS, for th-s t a
JOHN W ALL A( K, for the ;
as.ivii l, Teuu . July U, Wl.
after consultation and learning that we
had no support w ithin one mile instant,
it was deemed advisable io will.itraw
from the field, and fall b.ick upon our
lutes, which they did. (
I cannot speak too highly cf '
ei-3 and men genera. !v of my cu.iu t.t'.,
s,,i II-..H- i..i..i'vi i.ial.--.'st lit ii'ir or
th.'ie nnt i in! inm lin.i itidl'SX'
Lei ''a;.a meutiou the i:xo of Lieut
wi.en a tr?u.eiidous fire was opened upon
fur adanc from a heavy body of the
eneuv, wl'.o lav concealed in an adjoin-
i :i" wtiidj. So destructive and unex
t-eefed a f.ri threw 'he regiment into
'.om-rtarv c r-Tisiou. Col. (Jooding.
eral elhcicncy of the blockade. A cargo
ot gonasoruinarily worth 100, 000, brings
purchasers from all parts of the country,
and nets nearly or quite 1,000,000.
This would bo supposed to bo the case
with regard to imported goods but it
might bo thought that other articles,
those that arc raised here, could be
bought at reasonable rales. It iii
hardly so, however. Hominy whicli
ordinarily is worth SI or $1 25 sella for
?: per bushel. Irish potatoes aro worth
SS or S10 a barrel. Flour is now sellinp
al S'-'O per barrel. I gave ."57 Lj centa
pound for lamb, beef op veal, and as poor
as was ever bought by tho boardinff
house women, who "buy cheap meat for
boarders," and other things in tho samo
ratio, except fruit, which is now vflry
cheap in the upper country, but which
brings good prices here. Soap (ordinary
yellow) is worth S I per pound, and spcrro
candles sold at $2 a pound, by tho quan
tity. Tallow candles, as black as your
hat, sell for02 'j cents. Tho army have
been for months, and still are, on short
rations, anfl must be until the new crop .
of corn conies oil', and where the salt i
coming from to salt their beef and bacoa
for next winter's campaign I can't see.
The lato attack on James's Island wasj
very near settling- the business for this
city. Had Gen. Penl,am had 500 fresh
soldiers ho would have carried that bat
tery, and then tho way had been easy.
It is regarded as a wonderful thiug that
they did not carry it. They fought like
tigers, and nothing but the timely arrival
of a Louisiana battalion saved the South
Carolina chivalry from biting tho dust.
There is great glorification among tint
multitude at the late battle in whicli Mc
Clellan was driven back but among th
knowing ones thero ii an evident cha
grin that the attack, desperate as it was,
failed of it's object iu great part. Th
loss was tremendous on this side. The;
papers do not and will not give tho ag
gregate, but reports -, enough of parts of
the forces engaged have been made to
show a loss of nearly li fly per cent. Ib
is sale to say that :)5,00 wero killed and
wounded on this side.
The present population of Kichmond,
in wounded and sick soldiers, is quite
equal to its ordinary population in time
of peace. My own impression is that it
the National Government does anything;
like its duty at this juncture, the Cap
ital of tho Confederate States will fall,
and tho rebellion is quashed. But every
exertion under heaven will bo made W
hold it to the last gasp. A present at
tack is wht is demanded.
This town might have been taken by a
proper attack any time: tho past year.
Three Monitors would do it. You havo
no idea of the secret anxiety in the heart
of Union men here that the attack should!
be hastened. Yet, should tho city ba
taken, there would be no outbursts of joy,
but, there would be a great inward rejoicing.
ihe Confederates once whipped in
Virginia, and you will hear one prolong
ed shout for the; downfall of this damna
ble Government, from New Orleans t
Fortress Monroe. There is no question
that there is a very large number of Un
iou men in these States who would be
glad to fchow themslves such if they could
do so without personal peril and without
prisoners and a largo quantity of arms at " w "nl personal pern ami witnou
t.,.u iW.a ti. ,iLnn T,.l nnrcnlt he tear that a failure on the part of thi
.ll'uni ...o.ci iiiuvub mil pirjumvu laim
future position here. Once put tho mat
was well planned and executed.
In your last letter you say that the
correspondents of the Press censure Gen.
Grant for not being in tho battle of Iuka.
The proper place for the Commanding
General is at the point most accessible to
all his divisions, which in that case was at
Durnsville the battle not becoming gen
eral because of the lltght of the enemy,
he was not therefore personally engaged.
The movements were as well planned and
as well executed as the very hilly coun
try, dense growth, bad roads, and small
force (all we could spare) would permit,
witli a long line, to protect this military
district standing out like a peninsula in
Ihe bay of Secessia.
At his headquarters at Jackson, Gen.
Grant was well informed, and rf iuforced
Corinth at the right time, and directed a
column on the rebel rear and flank, to
the great rtlirf of Corinth and injury to
the i-m-my, as the result has demonstrated.
.1 woi.lu hrav If -ei
walla ativa..-'e, was surrontii'.eU and
Lieut. Col. Keith, while
on his command, fell
. i i.i i j.'
mortally wounded. I.t.
Aticrdiiig to the ltichmond papers of
the Iii install', the belief there is that
Gin. M. Ckllan designs making his next
:vt'aA c-Ti t'.at i'ry from the south.
ter beyond doubt, and they 'will sIm
themselves. The rebels are busy placinj
obstructions in the harbor how exten
sive they aro it is diflicult to tell bot
the engineering skill here has not show
any great things thus far. Thero in no
doubt that a sea attack would bo directly
successful, if properly and promptly
made. As to any defence of tho city,
alter Forts Sumter and Moultrio are pass
ed, it is simply nonsense. Thero will b
none there could be none and tliere
have not ben in or about 1 he city, at any
one time, more than from 10,0(X) to FLOW
business here is, of course, dead.
Grass abounds in Uayne Street aud East
P.av. the principal wholesale thorough
fares. I5anki pay out Confederate noten
aud nothing else. They ran away, how
ever, the othx day, when tho Yankee'
were on James Island. Every Pnk.
went into the interior of the Stale. Oo
or two havo teturnsd, with supplies of
Confederate notes, to run again whet
another demonstratiou in wade.
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