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FRIDAY MORNING, OCTV31, 1802. ;
11 Our readers must excuse the barren
jrsiof our columns to-day. We have
"reived no Eastern dates later than the
7th. We have sonio faint liopca that the
'oat-office Department will learn after
, while that there ia such a place as Naah
j ille, and send ua some tnails. The De-
artrocnt lias treated us with gross ne
loet in this resjiect, and appears to be
tfky oblivious of both citizens and
ildiers. Let tis have a mail once a
It is rumored that Andrew Ewino
! ade a speech on last Saturday at Mur-
ecsboro to the advance guard of I'rock
"ridge'a Division, and that the doughty
x-Vice himself is on the way to join
em. Wo suppose Johs ia like Taddt's
comotive, "a stameboat huntin' fur
ather." We have now set out a big-
butting," and leave its cultivation to
io street and tavern gossips.
' For tli Union
Mr. Ewtoh: Will you please to inform
j public as to what is the form of gov
iment under which the Corporation of
shville is placed at present? .
The question which our correspondent
"poses would puzzle Akistotle, Plato,
,1 Solomon to answer, though they
yuld rise from the dead for that pur
The vVidette. ,
Ve are indebted to a friend for a copy
who Videltf, a half sheet published :it
i printing office in llopkinsville Kcn
py, by tlie guerrilla cavalry. The
Ue professes to be "issued seini-ocea-,ially
by Mowian's Kentucky l!iig-
We felt sad to think of the des-
itionofour former oilice from which
used to scud out some Union doc-
Jo and we could not help fancying
the faces of our type hd their
stained with weeping, and that
&r ra wero filled with tears. We doubt
that their fonm are bowed with
J tfclt grief. Dear old friends), never
!, for wo aro proclaiming uncondili'on-
t'nmism on the types of the Louis-'Powling-Green-Nashville
for tat is the word.
j'-'e aro pleased to see that there has
! a complimentary benetit tendered to
03. B. Duffield, the present Lessee
) Manager oi me ineatre. we are
the compliment could not have been
,)wed on aiuoro worlliy or deserving
an. Mr. uuffif.ld, since ms connec
iwith theNashvillo Theatre, has made
"j of friends. In private life he is an
mplhed gentleman in his profes
' he is regarded as the prince of
io bill he proposes for Saturday af-
ion Is " Taming a Tiger," Tcauty
jthc Drast," together with otlier at-
(jions, including a viUn eolo, by
,U.K Unto. Tlie bill of itself, aside
the merits of the beneficiary, is
ient to till the house. Wo feci ctn
,1 that there will be such an ova-
jaid to Mr. 1. on Saturday afternoon
fill convince him that he stands hih
IJe estimation of our citizens, and
1 1 him to remember fhctu in after years,
: feelings of kind regard
I '?'( regular Annual t'oniwiniealiun
's Ii. W. (. Lotitu: or Tf.nnihkk,
j ;). 1, which assembled in this city
dnesday, the 2 Kb itifit., the follow
raud Ofilccrs were elected fur the
'why 0. Hkn'si.ky, of Tiabue Lodge,
). 11. W. U. Uitt'r.
p. kkifkiilf:, oi .unora Ltuige, io.
n a II VI
Kin i. FY, of Smiley Lodge, No. '.hi,
Hips, of Tcnne-.see Lod.;e, X. 1,
K, Jjci.kmav, of Trabtf Lodj, No.
'lis. T. Smii ky, of Trabue Lodge, No.
AVj. t Vut R. U". (I. L. of tie U. S.
following appointments were made
It. Jl !. Ma-.'tr :
N. Cahh, of Teniies-.ee, Lm1
h. KuBcuEn, of Aurora Lode
II. Hill. v, of Ter.rK-i!'-v I.t J'
We find the following paragraph in an
During a period of forty-one years
(1H21-18C2) tho Mexicans have fallen into
the bands of forty-seven different chiefs ;
this gives, on average, a little more than
ten months for the duration of each of
More than one President each year, and
every one coming into power, by a mili
tary revolution, just as Jkff Davis did.
What a terrible lesson to ourselves. Shall
we not profit by it ?
The rebels profess to be exceedingly
ready to fight fir their rights. They have
an excellent opportunity now to prove
their devotion to their rig hts. If they have
the rpirit of shep, of donkeys, of cows,
of geese, of poodledogs, they will trample
tho government under foot, which in
sulted the manhood of the whole South
by its twenty niggerexeraption act.
A Spartan mother onco told her son,
who complained that his sword was too
short, to make it longer by taking one
step nearer to the enemyj Tho twenty
nigger rebels are more cunning than the
old lady, for they are trying to make the
swords of their enemies shmkr hytfayiny
at Jamie !
The rebels say that wo are radical.
Well, radical means, pertaining to the
root, and as we are pulling up rebellion
and treason by the roo(?t we suppose that
we aro radical.
Tho white man who would defend tbo
infamous and dirty Twenty-Nigger Ex
emption law, is mean enough to black a
nigger's boots, and then kiss bis foot, for
The rebel Congress has at last defined
tho phrase Southern Rights. It means
the exalted exemption enjoyed by the
owner of twenty .slaves. Poor white men
have no rights at all.
That soldier is unworthy of the name
of soldier who does not boy in implicit
submission to the laws of (he bind. The
heroic Three Hundred Spartans who gave
up their lives for their country at Ther
mopyl;', had an inscription upon their
monument no less glorious and honorable
than their valor itself:
i:i trnvriter. nnil toll at Laoo'l.e-moii.
Thai k mlu in i:-.in;s. i: to m: law-.''
Tho best way, the. speediest way, and
the only way for Tennessee to relievo
herself of tho necessary oppression of
military rule is to return to loyally.
Is it possible that a laro portion of
tho great American people have forgotten
that we live under one of tho grandest
and most sublime structures of human
government that was ever instituted on
earth, to preserve and perpetuate the na
tional liberties of man ?
Cotton and Sugar Plenty ia. Louisiana
The New York limei, New Orleans cor
respondent writes t
Up Ped Piver, parish of Papido, ti!h of
tlie wealthiest districts of the State, I
.understand a number of planters havo
clubbed,together,bnilt themselves a strong
earthwork fort, inside of which they havo
hauled their cotton and other valuables,
and now , daily and nightly guard it by
turns. There, are several thousand bales
within this fortification, and it is justly
believed that when thid wealth is releas
ed, and sold at present market prices, tho
fortunate owners will bo able to pay tho
most liberal remuneration to the members
of their local po'ieoj mid still realize al
most fabulous sums for their own pockets.
One thing is certain, tho country is full
of staple 1 mean the entire South and
Louisiana has plenty of sugar and cotton
ready on any favorable time to bring them
to market. Nothing has been more, cx
aggerated than tli. idea that these staple
products have been t i any great extent
destroyed. Jell". Davis' cotton is still
safe, and I predict that he will yet get it
to market in some way or another, and
presently realize the proceeds of its sale.
1 do not believe in tho wholu South that
there has been a single case of a planter
cettin lire to ht'9 agricultural products.
If such things have been done atali.it
was accomplished by roung bands of
Col. Yuiiderveer, of the 'i Oth Ohio Keui
lucut, an U Democrat, writing to his
brutlwr from Pardhtown. inviu ' him ad
vice as to how he shruM vote lor Con
gressman, tays :
Jf 1 wus nt homo 1 should never vote
for any bot a true friend of my country.
No man who by t-peech or ad has favored
this rebellion, no man who has refused
to tuippurt the iovernment in this trying
emergency could receive any nippoM
from ine n .'7 1 i. v 7.. i '. "A'.-ivr
I In i n' i. !', :,,!. hrnevcr Oeui craey
1 is not patriotism, then it is time to look
' tor tlie ti ne fi h-ii'Js .f i.m iiiBiitut i'liis.
Remarkable Scenes in New Orleans.
The special correspondent of the New
York Times, writing from New Orleans
under date of October 1, notices the war
news from Maryland and its effects there,
and says :
Among other influences it has evident
ly increased the number of applications
for taking the oath of allegiance, though
many, very many, indeed, have boldly
demanded papers which register them as
enemies of the United States. In the
midst of these stirring events tho addi
tional wonder of the first appearance of
the Qmnltp d' Afriqnt, the regiment of free
colored peoplo railed otit by Governor
Moore, but, not put into tho field until
tho arrival of General Duller. It was
only a day or two ago that I saw a sijnad
of these men bearing their bayoneted
muskets, proudly marching down Camp
street, in charge of some half dozen pris
oners of their own color. As trilling as
these things may appear to the superfi
cial observer, they really mark momen
tous eras in the history of this revolu
tion. Suppose that tho day tho ordinance
of secession was declared in this State,
some one had said that, as a result of
this action, in less than two years a regi
ment of free negroes, under command of
a "Massachusetts Yankee," would appear
in tho strceta of New Orleans, what
kind of a reception would such a pro
phecy have called forth? Why, jeers,
ridicule, probably banging to the next
One of the most intcref ling and sig
nificant things in this connection is the
fact that, a few days ago, "i delegation
of slaves," belonging to Maunsel White,
one ot the oldest and wealthiest planters
of the parish of St. Bernard, below the
city, called to see General Shcpley, and
asked, as citizens, for an audience of the
Governor of the State. The request was
granted, and these men informed the
General that they came for freedom; they
said their fellow servants in other places
were all leaving their masters, and that
they wished also to improve their condi
tion, but it was not clear to their minds
how was the best way to do so. They
emphatically said, however, that they
did not intend to labor much, if they
could help it, without remuneration," and
they concluded their requests and pro
tests by asking that if they remained
peaceably at home, they might have fair
wages secured to them for their services.
General Shepley treated the matter with
great consideration, and, after conferring
with General Cutler, permission was
granted to these men to make terms with
their master, who consented to havo a
partner in the transaction, and these men
have gone to work, not as slaves, but as
hired men. Great interest is exhibited
to hear what will be the effect of this ar
rangement. Most peoplo affect to believo
that the whole thing will prove a failure,
that the negroes will work a short
time, while the novelty last3, and then
sink into utter idleness. Mr. White has
always had a disposition to ameliorate
the condition of bis negroes. I remem
ber reading, many years ago, in the old
Ihlla, a very interesting account of
where he established, on his plantation,
a regular court for the trial of turbulent
and ungovernable negroes. 'If I mistake
not, he acted as judge, and tho negroes as
jurors and witnesses, and whatever ver
dict was awarded, it was faithfully car
Post Office Thieves.
it appears by the following from the
Pichmond t.'iamiwr (hat the Confedera
cy swarms with litllo thieves as well as
big swindlers :
Our young Confederacy is sadly alllict
cd with dishonest post masters. We re
ceive moro than a dozen letters a week
from persons in different parts of the
South, staling that subscriptions had been
enclosed to us, but whose letters never
reached us. The majority of these let
ters come from North Carolina. This
pilfering has become so common, that we
have been forced to keep standing in a
conspicuous part of our paper " Persons
sending subscriptions must do it at their
own risk." Wo desiro this to be dis
tinctly understood, as it would be im
practicable for us to pursue any otlier
course. We understand that tho other
papers published here have also reason to
complain ' of this letter robbery. f L'.i
Phizes Sold in Piiii.aliei.i-ima. The
following is the list of the prize vessels
disposed of in Philadelphia, and the
prices obtained. The money was paid
into the United States Treasury on
Sept. 'J.'.th :
Sliip Ain 't n 'in I c.ir.".
S lii.CHKT Ii t! U ckor ttlill i kmi .i
iir.'iei V.n am! o.irtfo
Il'iri "-t lUan mill er. . . ; .
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' Sjh in ii'.l't riiiu
i ii i i.t ii c MB'.'.
,h 1 1 . .i I I K V .il'Tnl:in alul i uixi'
11: iti:-li Qiii'ru uliil l urji
J)ii an I i . it".
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iui inn! i uiuiV
" A im', illi.mt i arii'i
tini'iof i .unl.n an I ) n 1 1 mii
Scl.iVii'T I ' r. iJ- iHB HUil '4lg
Ket. .-.'a inl t-ari.o
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" I'.KiKu.i) um UriiKjiiT." Mrs. I 'ji
rij.ht. wife of M. J. Upright, of Put kfurd,
Sheiiil'of Winnebago county, in this
Slate. Ins tht sons in the anny, light
ing tho b.ittlcs of the Union. Sho has
aU tine,, more left, ready f-r the next
call fur volnntet is.
CORRECTED DAILY by MT. t. CHILD? k CO.,
No. 62, COI.I.KtiE STREET.
.. . 9
trr TIimc iie.til!nnii r" fir United States' Treas
ury holes, Ohio, Indiana, Mi'I Kcutmky :
Hunk of TiMtnofcwo din.
I ninn n.tnk M
PiitotfrV Itnnk l'l
MKnlmnts' HimU 'Jh "
H.ntik of ttiBUiiiun '."l "
TrmliTK' P.iink '.j "
M ink of Conimerc .) "
City Bunk ift
trnrs' I(i nk (. t "
li.ink ef PariH :i"i "
Kunlc nf 'hiittnnn"?;a (J "
Hank of Momiiliia.. Ml "
Idx-k'a linrik ' "
Wvor liank 1,0 '
Cuminnrciitl Hunk M) '
Smilirm Bank , 40 "
Bink of NiinliTllle x:i
liuik ef Khiilbyvilia 2.; "
Oco-Hi Bunk tO "
Hank of I'an.lri.ljci" (.0 "
Dank of Went Ti-iinmiiio fi.O
Bunk of JtiSillo Tcnurasee 2 "
Northern Hunk JA "
fiwrin and South Carolina 42 d a.
North Carolina and Virginia M "
Alnlmina. 40 "
Silver 11 JO
IXJLIirt l L, U ILU CAT.
Nortli-Wnatern Binik of Georgia o (U.
Bank of tlm Kmpiro 8lite, lieorgia ?') 44
Bunk of AIIipiii, OeoiRia i0
Kultou Bank 00 "
Buik of Whilfiidd
TiiuBor Cutler' Bank 60 "
KcfiiKo llio intuci of nil llanka
TIio fullnwinir Tennewm-o Hanks are li'nkcn, or
havo bei-n wo I iii ; mid their Nous, If uny are
out, aru utterly worthli!f :
Aniii-ultural Bank, at llrowiiHTllln.
(enlral Hank of T-unenoe, at Niushvillo.
Karmors' and Mehaniin' Bank, at llemrililg.
Maelmnins' Bank, nt Memplni.
Meiiipliia bavins ln.xtnution, at Memphis.
KxclianRO Bank, at Jturrreoelioro.
MinnrK' and HanulaiMurom' Bank, at KnojvllI .
Rmk of Kust TonnpKNoo, at Knoxville.
ltank of T ronton, t Trenton.
Bank of JelliTBOn, at Dandrnlno.
Bunk of tlailiorno, nt Taw well.
Bank of Tiir.nw. ll, at Tawwull.
Law renei'burjf Bank, at Lawronoi biirB.
Citizens' Bank, at Mnmplna.
Bank of America, al Clarkevillo
IIeadquahtkhs U. S. Forces, )
XASuviu-r., Tknn., Oct. 27, lSr,2.
Omend Order Ao.12.
I. Hereafter no citizen will be admit
ted to the Headquarters of the Post Com
mander before ten o'clock, A. M., or after
four o'clock, P. M.
This order does not apply to officers or
soldiers w ho come on,buBiness; such per
sons will be admitted at all times.
By command, of Brig. Gen. NEGLEV.
Jas. A. Lowp.tk, Capt. and A. A. O.
Sept. 2rf. tr.
Greenbacks, Tennessee money, Gold,
Silver, Southern currency, and C'hatlan
nooga money bring the best price at the
IXriURAJTCK EXCIIAN'OE office Of W. J. MaIIU
on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House. A premium paid for $1 and $2
Tennessee Bank notes and shinplasters.
IIeadquahteus 1st Tksn. Cavaliiy,
Nasiivillh, Ti:NN.,At!g. 22,1802.
All officers recruiting for this Regiment,
will immediately forward to these Head
quarters a report showing the strength,
of the party, present, and absent, and will
hereafter, at least once a week, make a
similar report, exhibiting the gain and
loss, if any, since last report.
By order of Coi.. STOKES.
John Muni'iir, 1st Lieut. & Adjutant
1st Tenn. Cavalry. Aug. 23-lf.
IlKAlM.trAUTEr.j4 U.S. J'uIIi ks, 1
NashviiU.i:, Oct 2', Ai','2.
No. 20. S
I. Tweiitj-.five dollars reward will be
paid for the discovery and information
of any urmi or i,iunitini of war concealed
in violation of Special Orders No. I'.t.
II. Any slave eiving reliable informa
tion of tho concealment of nuns whall
receive military protection.
By command of Brig. Gen. NEGLEV
JAMES A. LOWRIE,
Capt. and A. A. G.
G. M. E. JOHNSON',
(.'apt. and A. 1). C.
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Library Association Co
Draws Daily at COVINGTOX, Ky.,
AT 12 AND 5 O'CLOCK.
Under the Sitrxrinfendence of htaorn
$5,000 to $40,000!
TirkcU from One Dollar to Ten Dollars.
Ordera fur Tleketg will be promptly rent by re
turn mail, and our oitlciul Irawingi seat to all eir
recpoodenta. -All ordrrg for Tickets, addrcai .
R. FRANCE & CO.,
fi Circulars acnt free to all crdorlng.
Auction & Commission
No. 7i ri iii.ic
SOLrCITS CONSIGNMENT!?, AND WIT.Tj 01VE
pminpt ntt' iilinn to Ihe nail? of Dry (Joo-Ih, Ilunti,
SIiock. Hum and Slerclian'lli'o j:' i)orally.
"Atl eaica Cim!i, und ri'turns nmiio promptly.
nErKRENcr: Morri-" & Striittun, H. ,. Jlnllins
A Co., A. J. Diuienn A; (,"., Nnsliville, Tuiii.
"Charles H. Green,
ACKNT FOU TUB
COLLECTIQil OF WM
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
Office, No. 38, Cherry Street,
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WILI. C.IVK VROMl'T ATTnNT ION TO TIM:
c"lii..:t:u:i uf claiuiri u-iy kind ; ramPl t '.
(ioverniii. nt ol iNo I Mi.-.l m ,nl iimi-J t i.i
euro. 0PFICE ON UNION STREET,
)iMw...i Cii'.-e me) f'iifrry :t'-, t. (i.p aiu.ii,, IA,.r
IoiU'h l!v(.k Miorc, N6in iu.e, Ti NNrfti.'
Darut-,, eu,,tu Edward II. t-.-t, S .iiiii1;1 K. ITno.
II.jr;1c( H. Il'iiriscn, A. J. iMnn nn.
Wilton toviiuj Hon. Joritan Ht'i!;.
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General Ccmmispion I.Irrchants
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ItTIORU CLUILl A6EBCT
I'OMll rTttl TI
IIAKVEV, COLLINfl - MACE,
WASniN'OTON, 3). C. ,
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent,
No. u8, Chorry Street, Np!,vi!!i, Tom..
TI1IS AGF.SCT f,'rci p,"nl'ar fi- li'i.-s f.,r f.
aiiicliil j'riscciitiin and nnlirni.t .f I.
tuamls against tb (iencral icv rriiin'Til f HT".
rEHCRIPTK.N, iti roiiilint 'ia l.avni !-l a.v,
yrara't'Xii'rifii( in tlie tinnnj;etmiit ef cda mi
for 0'EKrci(s, tin Com t .f C'lainn, and tiip f.xc,.
live P'liartiiiFiiti at Va:-Mnt;tiiii, ai. I leiug thi i.
onhly aciuaintcd and f.unilinr with tlie l.u.
regulations governing tlieir adjUKtiiH nt.
rarticnlnr attention will In' (liven tn n -j nr nt
ont of tlm f.ri'nnt war. Including ii- a.-'otint cf
Stati'H, Ci'titrartoM, and I'li-imriinj; (Mliivin of tl"
AVar and N'uvy Ik jiai 'tmi'iita, and I. r ' Collect.
I nc, Drill ins;, and Organizing Vol.
UIltocr," the roimlim-i'mciit i f liii li i n:iht r
Ixd ty an art af C"nKloi; CLAIMS KOll IKPEM
NiTy koii rmvATK riiori:rav iakf.x rori
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PBOPKBTY, fur lit ricn ,mt in the wr . '. i', ,n,d f. ,
military lay, 1'iiivlon, ami Knuiil)
Ve glv s)fci:il nttt'iition !' fr'H'ii.nc I'CI1
fclon ItOuntiCB, tc., inrnlnsr t N.',.r..-i
who lmve teen wouiidi d, ronlrai txd .11 rm, or t' ...
families of stun a liaio died, or In-rn I I . I liile n
the dlicliargo of thor line of dot v a w.. h i.itii- - t
fivcial earn vill alno ln plven t.i lni!n. nt,..
have lieen lii ri'lnfuro ICcjrrtrrt or Niikondrl
by the Ik pai liii. nUor I nclU'lrllt !' .laiiaurU
Prompt u t li nt ion al io jti . eu to tl o c IK i !! n
Qniiri.i.rn.at.r'ii Kt'ceipta iven f..r Property l.ik :i,
lor the ue f tlm Army, to au.ini;in Anooi.t with
and collei rn tlii'ini iiitiii'-t tin- Qm.ii (n n.ali i 'a T'
All CiainiK plated in "i;r handa rerel mn Jf,.n.. .
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eatea t'l iditiiin dlii(.IlH timt ll iim4i J.( eiTlv tha
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