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. , 'i ' CITY, COUNCIL. 1 " ' ' '
' li,nnl eV ill-WmiM.'M. Uri-n, rrrl,enl ; J. E.
em,i..,O.A.J.lJ'fl':lrt,n i.,'"vil,Wm. Cheat-
..,nh V il t. C1i!nra". "4 Jin 9nhh,
1 ... i t varhnmvii.Wm. XlrlTOf. Wm. ftowart ,
f...iil(!n('h,W. MiilliDS.JairtS Turner, 0. it. Hnulh
't, A. J. C'j!, Ivin, AOilrrw Auaersoo, X. B.
KaowlM, wid Ory. , ',
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; 1 UNTJINO fX)MHITTlCI Of tlli CITt COUMUII..
', Water irori, Anaumon .PtultU wd C!allxriie. ,
MaySald, CbtUm M4 CUiboro. . , I, ..,..,
jn-ZNewmttn, Ptwittt D'l Turner. . . l
' )IoiuM jMO'HayaeMAadSiDan. .
f.v-ooI-Clieatbam, Myfild nud Knowlos.
' fir D'ptrimmt-CTtAAf, IrVr W Newman,
: flnJlirirr,ClialhamaiaDaTU. ' ' ' '. '
! tVii(rff SwHh. "d Newman.
ffrirM roiMO Roborti, Stowart and Turner
fe Uough.Ciaihorne and Pavls. !l
j 0-:!ttatham, Xtrlen and Anderwrn ' . '
. i tprltif Hoogh, C'aiborn and Brien. . rl
HViAouM Cheatham, Myfleld ad Klmwloe.
iMinanmenU awl MOKliww-Cole, Scovol aud
'ra'ly. ,. .. .' ' ' ' ; ' i
' VuUic PropmiiUrieu, Cheatham and Tarner. ,
, limt ir, May Ovid, Jon' aod Ruherta. . ..
f-f Tbo Board ol Aldurmcn menu the ToeaiUya
ntxl irocoU!n(t the teoD4 aid limrlh Tburalyi In
ii:lt month, aud Hie Common Couucil the eecoud
ami lourth Thuradaye in each month.
NIGHT POLICE " i
Oipi( John llaudh.
Hr IMmml-Wm, Yurhrough.
Hecmi LlmletmiU Johu It. PaTle. ' '
PttJfwemw Win. J.tckaon, John Cavcnder, Nlf.h 1.
He,4vul l'hll'lne, Win. Buker, John Onttrell, WUIIaio
l.ayo, John Knlwe, 1. W. Wright, Jol 1'ockrlt,
I'.obert tKMt, W . C. riuicta, Thoiuae Fraucn, Andrew
foyeo, OaW YMs,id CI)a,clM OullU. . . -,. -
Tha l'ollco Cour Unpinud every morning .
pmo o'clock. t . . , , . ' i - I '
' , county officers;1
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' bhitijr .Tuini'l 11. Hin ton
VriMtiu Thuuiaa Hob- I
tm rtnd 3. K.'Ducu'iuien. . r .h ;
l:gLitTWncn anrrett. ' ' ;. ,t
''Trnite W. JnKr TayU r." , ,. , ,
" Ooronrr V H. BolrLcr.' ' ' ,
1 Kgtr John Corbitt.'' ' ' ,' ' . , , ,
Kaitroau Tarn GMmlorW. l. hob'orUon. ' : '
t gimfa'-M or ( KmhtiVe I(-i-Jcha t). flower
and J..E. JfewinaB. - 'i ' 1 ' ' '
' ' COUNTY COURT. Y ' '
j,(Jff.Hou. Jaoioa Whitwoith. ;
, t'Il P. l-iuill''y Nlthul. , ,j . ; .it-.
JCir-Tho Judge's Court tuet't the Bret Monday Id
each mouth, and tho'yuarterly Court, compoaod of
theMa)jtatrat.of thoCoduty, Is heid the Crt Mon
day Hi January; April, Juty and Octobir.' ,. . , ,
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IloJt. jiatliunlol Baxter. 1 ' ' ',
-nA HavldO. tove. ; ' '
WirTho Court meeUl tbe Orst Monduy In March
and September. ' ' , i ' f ( . ' -
CRIMINAL .COURT, . t.
. Jt Ilpd. Wllllain K, Turner, , . - '
t f.Vr Qiale p. ISgjona. .; ' -' '
; J-Tbe Court nim'ts the Ortt Monday in Ajirll Au
just and. DeocinlHir. .....
"t,..iiitcf..r Hon'. Samuel D. Frlcr.-ou . .
' OrV llf.iWrT J. F.. flleavea.', - . ..
- The Co'uit iuopU Uie Urt Uonday lu Mny aud
'ot.lltbl r. ' '
T ft ft V
John F. Uiob, flraud siooretary, ahmild be l.!reted
at tiu!iunle, Trim.
T'oiteM Lotljt, Ko. Meets every Tuesday Even
ln,r,at ti.elr llnll.on the rornrr of l'ulon imd furu
imrtret. The elMcets for the prwent term, tire:
O. . Isneur,S..i J. K. U1I1, V.tt.; s- Weakley;
Horrotury ; h. K. ?pln, Trc.iauror. ' :
' JVn'' t"rJ, Ka. 10 Meets ut tl.e lame p'uco
,.Tr.ry Moii'1" Kvenini; ' Tli ofiic'-r r : it. A
twmpbell, N.O.; Homy Apple, V.O.; J I.. Vark,
Hiorotary j B. Y. Brown, Treasurer.
hmiit llyi O'J-Moels at their Hull, on Smlh
,."1. rry st reel, tvery Kri lay I voiing. , Tho olllcra
ari: 0. C. Covert, NO; frank Hariuau, V.C.J Jaiuia
W) alt, Secretary i W. M. aUlWy, Treaauier.,
jtarora Inly, 10!, (Oermaii) Meets at the
Hall corner of'Culon uud Puinmer streets, every
rtiarsiuy Evwilug. Tho ofllcers aro-i Cbarh Rich,
N O.; I'. Fritdiii ', TO; IHtu rllch, Scerctari-;
Uuo. SjlferUt.Trvaaurvr. . . .,'
1 llUlgtly EHaiMpmrnt, So. 1 MvM-ls lit the above Hall
on the ftrat aud third Wednesdays of eai'h month.
The olTlora aie: J. K. Mills, CP.; T. H. MeBnde.U.P.;
tl. t. fuller, S.W.; I'eter Harris, Jr .J.W.; JihnF,
Hide, .fll ; H. K. Cutlor, Treasurer
Olit l)rac i:mcaH'mnil, So. 4 Mn ts at llw
above Ha l on the soeoud aud fourth Wednesday
ulhu of I'aeh month. The orfloers are : Jas. T Bell,
CX.; 1K, y Aip.e, H.I' J-l kr, S.W.; U. Fried
man, Ch.nlc Kirdw, 'e. itj. ; J. N. Wrd,
KIIIUBt AKO OFFICERS.
fH !Ieuf5arU,r a U:jli street, iit-n. Urgby,
comauNudint;. .t ' ' :.'!''. ' !
; IuUi-hJ Mied'taarter on Fnoirnnr arrwl , (Vr.
Ford'i i.lMic.) ; W. U. fi'.'k'.l, Bla). 16lh U. B.ia
r.mry, A. A. A, G.. t , : . . ., . , f . '
. ProKoit Mnhal- Ll inarUra at t!o Cr.ii l. .
V. Ciili-m.tol. lit T'mO. rjifantry. . . , . .
Clil-f A'!ml (iitUrKAr llxulixattm oo
Ca-fry rtrrt ; No. 10, (,Tu.'e rlr'a nsiJ -u-e.)
Car't..J. B.U?W'r ' , V, ' ' ". ' .", " ,
Anittaal ilv.vrtmma'Wr'':). Clf fry el(VM," f 1, 1.
P.. Strnsn.- J ', '' " ' V
AttitfuiH Q 'uirlermntUf Vl un Ttrvi't,' f.-tir "JrB.
Pe'i'a rwlilonr fn t. R.' y. Krnh. ' '
' Ani,l.u,t 0.y!nwTCT-.N". 8t, MarVpt nrfrct.-f'l4.-J.
it Hale. . ' .. ... i " . j
I'hi'J CnmUxtrf JIia).0'i-lri, Vo 10, Vine t.
vapt. Jt. aiacrtely. ; . . i ! :' . , . ,
iVutmljwrjf BiO.il atret. Caut.
Ijttlo. . ,.. .-,,;,! ,..
, ActvtQ Cl'mtnMry r Suliti'tmcfOjTtt.r of BroftiJ
and I'olicite aU-orta. Llcnt tharloe Al!ts. ' . ; ,
ilriUwl Itirtrior Summer street. , (Ur. Kord'a old
Hfidcnce.) Ifurg-oo, E. Swift. , ., , t. .. ,
Wntimf JNrtvyer'j Ojle thureh t'.rcct, Misoaic
BuIUlng.' J. R. I'ikti e, Surgeon, 6th Kentucky Iu
fmtry, Acting Medical Purteyor. ' ' '
A CTTTTTT T P ' TTTTTTT'
li ilOtl V ILLHj U IM LVVi . I
Tk KaMffiut Cirton wan commenced a few week
elnrw, ToMlie purpose of oppoeinx the Bebel flouUiern
Confederacy, and of advocating the reRtiratiou of
Federal authority, without any ebritcraeut, ovor all
the Htatea wiiloU have attempted to acele. It hoMa
aa rrtwdf all who eupport, and aa foci all frho oiiKie
the l utoo of t)w Staua. It haa so waiohword but
FaiKiKia ann NiTinNiirrr.
With rebeli and tr&tj, ' haa bo eowipromiee to
mnkn, UoontondB for the Federal ConKtilullon and
tne Utwa ma.le in pursuance thereof as the Hi pkkmi
I.iwortna Lao, anythiui In the d'tiftitution and
lawi ol'auy of the tuto to the Contrary netwltU
standing. , ,
Iteouun.li for the tnlou of the State,1 becaueo
without It the preaerratioa of our llltertie and insti
tution! and the organization of aockty iteclf are
wholly linpoasiblo. Therol'orc, whatevor atan ls In
b way ol crushing out the rebellion and reetorinK
Uulou must perwh, do matuir by what nam It be
ed. , , , ,.-.).
To the people of TenneM', ever renowned for thefr
devotion te Liberty and L'ulon, until they wr be
trayed to the rebal despotisra at Richmond ha; a per
dioua Governor and corrupt legislature, and who
bare felt o heavily Die awful ours of treutnn and
anarchy, we appeal for support. Idt the names of
rebel ollie holders, V igihuico Cummittees.and Minute
Men, who have nllod our borders with mourning, be
gihheltod before the world. lt tboee ambitious and
ararlcious men who bare nlntted our ruin lor their
own aKRrandiccmeut be fastened ti the pillory of
subuio, no naitar now biKh their "Hii.n in society
l t it be shown how the eol'styied defeudere of
'.Son'hern Klghts" are now lending marauding bauds
of free-hooters aud moss troopers over our til .t. Wid-
nanmrtff neirroa. aien.uif bor.4 nnl cattle. hr'TAIm,
tio bmM, tntaniwi rtiiroM uruii..'t au 1 cars, aud
niurdtirmg uimrmed citizens In cold blood, let t'io
truth, s Sing excluded by the Southern cenp!rMo?s,
now elrr.ulalo freuly throuKU every nelKhuornood
aud ourcaupo i ursurediy triumph. Will not loyal
ion every hero a Id us in the illwamlDaiioo nf facts
and tbe advocacy efFroo (foveruroeotf i .
y.: Tflrmi of Suitorfptioas In Far Funds. '
fnly Union, sbiKlo copy, per annum,',,.. ......f8 00
. . eiuosoi len.euco.' - ... i uv
Trl.wxekiyHinglii copy,.. . .......... fi 00
" ciuiis oi luu, eacii., . uu
Wcfk1y,'sin(rleonpy, .' ;. 20
: 1 . oluhsoruin.each.... .160
SjrAil onmmunications on bosincM with the mice,
will bo addreused to the rL'BLl!"Hat3 of the U.VIOV,
and all communication to the Editor will be aililicji-
toS. C. Mf'KUER .'
. Flltura ol loynl newspapers will Jo us a grojt kind
nous by re publishing the foregoing or IU rcbttiuice
) Tho currcut transactious lu Tenucwoe fir months to
totue will be highly luterestiinj to all lovers pf thulr
country aud lmr free luxtitutioiui, and the columus of
the Union will furnish tho eailieKt and must lehabte
tjlBtury of .those events. .,,,.
i.UATKS OF AlJVEltTISirsO.
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Advertisement CM-tieVliu any . ecial poi-.lllon (ii-
ride, HO per cent, addilwiu! ; Speclul pot-ltinn eutsnte,'
10 p.'r ciiit. .
Advertisement inoerti-d lu tne Ical loluiiiU
obaiged at therateof twenty cents per hue.
t liaii!es may Le mado porlodicully v.hen agrsed
upon; but vvwy such ciiaut'ii win involve uuati'
.i l.n until for bv the advertiser.
tPO" jtb-er(iars xdijii; Uicjiiao voutruclrd scill
It clutrytd fur Vn savH.
niarrlatre uud Funeral Nollcm,
When Kceedlug flvo Hues, will bo iliar,jed at the
usual advoitisiiig ran s.
' Announcement!, of 'iitidldul-.
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Cash required In a tr.iu.-o fur
aukea by Sjocial araini.t.
We, the ne.dirli;iiel, Imve tb'.n d.iy adnptwl the
ubo rutvH, to which we Llud uumiilves rtnotly to
WSl. CAMIUON, tor lh f uton.
JOHN WALLACK, for tl.e i't.;,u.
Kaiiviu,Tcuu., July IbCi.
J'i'lh'sjtf i hj an Asvriatinix of Printers.'
m i - 1 i I. ... 1 1 i i .
Office on J'rl Titers' Alley. bctwrec
,. I mion and. Ikondfrfck trt. 1 ;
T!:un:-;n.vY yontrrxo, not; is, ici:
' Good for Crtncral Kocccratrs.
, A gone f-al court-martial waa Leldrt
ccjilly iu General Ko80crn' late Depart
ment for thfi trial of Coloriel liobrrt C.
Murphj; 8U1 "Wifcoriffn, for Ttonatinj
Iuka, giving Up valuable stores to tbe
enemy, aud retreating ia a cowardlj aud
unskilful manner. . Singular to gay, tbe
court-martial aefiuitted Murphr; uut
Oeheral Eosecran would not let liiui off
bo eay ; bo Le issued the following or
der; . - -; .
The General CommandicsT, witb-Tiiuch
regret, feels compelldJ to riiiapprore t1i
findingB and sentence of the-court. Tho
eridenc chows fully the abandonment
of the post and public etpres, Without
PreB8ure ,rom lne nV7- M Knows $
rapid retreating march, without the show
pressure from the enemy. It shows
of anything deserving hc name or pur-
suit. The forminir of a line of
tie, faced to the rear, without'
shadow to justify it. It shows a
Colonel, in command ot a covering
column, retreating without feeling of
the enemy's advance - which had
subsequently to be done, leaving to fall
into the hands of the rebels public stores.
wmcu be was bound, by toe first pnn-
ciplaa of military caution, to have seen
destroyed, and when he could have re'
mained three hours later to accomplish,
without seeing a rebej infantry soldier
to interfere with him. But when seven
miles distant, and behind a defile, he
forms a line of battle, faced, not toward,
but from the defile, and presses forward
to Farmington, some ten miles, leaving at
Btlrnsville, without heed or notice, the
telegraph operator and two companies of
sharp-shooters, for a garrison, to meet the
enemy, from whum he was retreating. '
lhe General Commanding, having
himself felt a high personal and official
regard for Col.1 Murphy, considers -that
to pass over rr.n conduct with nothing
lut tlie aniiottiioinect, tl' a:; iiouuiabU
acquittal, would be to sanction that which
would ruin the service. Colonel MurpRy
is released from 'arrest,, and will report
to Brigadier General Stanly for duty. 1 1
The Ilev. Mr. Aughey,; "of Mississippi,
for rearS a .resiiected preacher in that
State, who, riiado liia escape tot lon
ago, has given in a speech1 in New, York
an account of his expenenco among tho
robels, , The -following are extracts from
his remarks ;
I was seized by 'the rebels, heavily
ironed, and placed with eighty olltcrs. in
a boutliern uungiou. . .
My crime w as that I had used sedi
tious language, or, as they term it there;
had talked Union talk, , ,, : . ;, . '
While I was in that, prison numbers
were led out and shot. ., , ,
At tirst tbey supplied coflins for those
that ' were shot, but the great number of,
executions prevented the supply of cof
fins, so they dug a hole ir, the ground,
and made them sit down on the brink of
tho hole, aud there was a curtain num
ber . of soldiers who advanoed and fired
three balls into the brain and three into
the heart, and this was the wo!o of ex
ecution. I t ' , ; . . ,j ....
They ent af'er ma with bloodhounds;
yes,' bloodhounds ; they huut tho Union
troops uow with these animals.
-Frt'in tho Cblenjro Tribune.
'I ,'; V,." Illinois Cottcn, . . . ,'
Some time sinco we received a sample
of Illinois cotton, raised this year on the
farm-of Warren htewart, who lives at
Clear Creek Landing, Alexander county,
thirty-six miles north of Cairo, on the
Mississippi bottoms. Nut being a Judge
of the article, we forwarded a portion of
the Baiuiilu to a large and' well-known
cotton manufacturing firm in Providence,
K.I. l'rom a -member of that firm -we
have received the following response !
'" rH0MUr:.(T.,0ct.27, 18C2.
Mr J)eah Sir; I have received your
letter, of the 16th and have examined and
shown to others the (-ample of Illinois
cotton you enclosed. I cau only say, if
such cotton as this sample can.be pro
duced iuIllinois, all that is required ia
quantity, to keep manufacturers from
going to the so-called .Southern Confed
eracy for sutiplies. It has a woolly an-
pearanoe, like much tipianu cotton, out it
will make handsome coods. It is now
worth sixty cents per pound. .
The c hief obiect of tho expedition now
beinz fitted out uainst Texa is believ
to bo the breaking up of the trade which
is now said to be carried on ij'iito ex
tensively between the South and M'-xico,
andtheuee from tl.e latter eom.tiy to
The Austrian Ilinister to Reside in
. , 2ew York.-' , .. ,
Indian Affairs Improved in Condition.
-Kara! OScers 7anted. ! !
Tbe Arry of the Totoniac In Kotioi.
Ilcports as to the Alabama.
7Lite' Cavalry near Snicker's Gap
WAtiitiyGToif, Nov. 7. Acting Coetimf
pioner of the Internal ' Revenue lias just
addressed the following to a gentleman
in the city of New York: - i
' "8ntl Your- letter of November 4fh,
rncfosing a sample of a diary manufac
tured by yourself, has been received. ' )
" The Commissioners havo decided that
blank books are a manufacture, and, as
such, are liable to a lax of 3 per cent ml
mlornth The 75lli section of the law ex
empts printed books, magazines, newspa
pers, reviews, and all othersimitar print
ed publications; clearly, diaries, such an
you submit, aro not embraced in the lat
ter clauses; on the contrary, they are, in
every sense, blank books, as much so as a
note, cash, or other mercantile blank book
with printed headings." ' ,' t
IIeajkju AKTEtts, Rectohtown, Nov. 7.
A heavy snow storm set in, this morning
about!! o'clock, with every indication of
cohfiuaing, V The weather is cold.
There is nothing new about military"
matters excepting that the army is in
motion. General Sumner and stall ar
rived hero last night Nothing but a
construction train has yetarrived on the
Manassas UaD Lauroad, althouirh one is
hourly looked for. , , v j
New York. Nov. 7.Cant. Vickerr. of
the bark Mary Baker, of Yarmouth, N.S,
reports on 30ih October, in. latitude 41,
longitude 69 30, he saw tw ships, from
the description of which he believes one
to have heeu the Alabama, and that she
was chasing and rapidly gaining on the
other, an American vsesel. They were
eighteen or'twenly miles distant. , 1 I
New York, Nov. 8.A special to the
Tribune says we hear through several
channels that charges of the most seri
ous .bitractcr havo, been preferred acainst
ijen. unrlia, now in oummisii oi - the
Department of the Missouri, and that he
will probably be soon suspended from
his command and ordered before a court
of inquiry. i .. t
The Uerald bas the ' following from
liarper terry, November 7 th:
-. .White's guerrilla cavalry aro in the
vicinity of Snicker's Gap. They-have
interrupted communication between here
and Ashby Gap. It is reported that
several stragglers on 'their way home to
Gen. McClellan's headquarters have been
Ventured by these guerrillas.. -The rebel
cavalry pickets were in view -oa -"both
banks of the Shenandoah to-day,' but it
is uow believed that there are not many
rebels in tins region. ," nr..
fenow tell for ten Hours here to-day, t
the discomfort of every one. 1 !
St. Louis, Nov. Wo hear nolhini
of Special interest from Gen. Sehoficld's
The rebels don t appear to have' at
tempted to regain their lost advantages or
te repossess themselves ot amy part ' of
Missouri territory. ! r '.
Ihey have heen pursued into" Boston
Mountains, and will, certainly bo ' com
pelled to retreat beyond tho Arkansas
river. I ' ' - -, ! . ', '. I
The rebel column that was to take Pilot
Knob aad Capo Girardeau from the South
fast, by way of Pocahontas, have not yer
acnievea sucu a result. ,- h i
On the contrary they have been driven
below Pocahontas, and portions of Gen,
Steele a forces are so . disposed at PitU
man's Ferry and other points that it will
bo impossible for the nemy to obtain
foothold ia that quarter. . .
Pittsburo, Nov. 8 M. Pkiver unchang
ed since yesterday. About 'i inches of
enow fell lastnicht, which fs now melt.
ing. Weather cloudy and dump, with
every appearance of raiu shortly.- '
Arrlvnl of the Scotia. , '
' New Yor.K,Nov. 8. The Scotia arrived
at nine o'clock. Lord LyonB, i3 a pas
senger.'' - ' ' ', . :
The Gladiator had arrived at Liver
pool from I'trmuda aiid brought sundry
reports as to the hoslilo iutentions of
Coinniodure Wilkes. ,
One statement goea so. far as to say
that he had blockaded tho port and re
fused to withdraw his ships on the re
quest of tho Governor.
lie sent a boat to the Gladiator aud
ordered tho Captain to go on board his
vessel, but the Captain refused, being at
the time under tho protection of a British
man-of-war which ran out her guns
n ady for action, when tho Gladiator was
allowed to proceed,
Tho in'ttter attracts attention in, Eng
land. It ii naid order. have been issued
for the immediate reiiifi-rcenient of the
Weet Indian fqnad!"'!.
A Cabinet Council which had been
summoned did not set.
The armt-aiid navy Gazette informs
u.i (!iat Lttid Lyons relurus t Washing-
ton without ai'y instructions for change
of policy, esce pt such aa mar be neces- I
Bilated by contingencies, ' , ,
, i he Morning Herald hopes Lord Lyons
1 t lirirr a rftenr, i f i.-.n nil ft t.1M.Aanntqllnit
u- jr.-g jm ovuig ll.nil'l lnv.ff. I
and thliiks. that there is a pofisibility of J
nrn ea interveuon on the part or hurope,
It. thinks neutrality on .which thejrov'
emment prides itself tho greatest cruelty
to both parties.' '''. - t -
The Daily News points but that the
F relics of imri?rriTt monil'erK ef Parlia
ment indicate that Gladstone has mado
few 'proselytes among the intelligent
members to the Confederate cause.
Gladstone, through hi Secretary, baB
issued still another explanation of his
recent remark. lie holds himself fully
responsible for what ho said as to the
formation of a Southern nation, but not
responsible for inferences ' which have
been drawn. . . , , , .
Numerous members of Parliament have
been addressing public meetings All
refer to 'America, but ccnerally refrain
from urging the recognition of the South.
Mr Gobdcn addressed the Manchester
Chamber of Commerce in advocacy of
the abolition of commercial blockades,
and to secure private property at sea.
Messrs. Glass, Elliott & Co. write to
Mr. Field very hopefully of the Atlantic
cable, and offer to undertake the contract
tho greatest faith in its accomplishment.
, The gales have suicided. The total
losses to shipping have been enormous.
Ihe gales also .did treat damate to
France .' . . i
' A duel had taken place between Mr.
Dillon, editor of Le Uyrit, and Duke de
Uramont L-ardcreusse, in which the for
mer was killed. I
. . ... I . '
Providence, R. I- Nov. 9. By order
of Gov. Sprague, a ealute of one hun
dred guns will be fired to-morrow in
honor of the appointment of Burnside to
(he command of the Army of th Poto
mac, !... , '
Caiho, Nov. 8. Gen. Grant has made
his headquarters at Lagrange, Miss., the
railroad from Jackson to that place be
inor id runninsr order. . '
A telegram from Colonel Lowe at
Fort lienry to the headquarters here.
says tnere is no doubt about. General
Rawson having had a' fight with Ihe
rebels or Woodward s command in the
various sotirceH indicate a total rout of
There is nothing definite,
Gen. Sherman has issued an order
against the , importation of liquors to
Memphis, except by gentlemen, citizen
or ofllcers, for their exclusive use; by
regular apothecaries for medical purpo?
scs, to be retailed on physicians' pre
scriptions, and by keepers of hotels and
licensed saloons, in limited quantities,
not exceeding at any one time one
month's Bnpply. ' '
Tho Gicnada Appeal of the 5lh says a
treat tiro on the 4lh burned cotton ware
houses, &c, at Augusta, valued at half a
million of dollars. -.- i- n i
'.. Gerge N. Sandere, who has returned
from his European mission, brings most
gratifying assurances of the siedy re
cognition of tho Coutetleracy. 1 h peo
yde South are greatly ' rejoiced thereat.
Belgium is to take tho initiative. i 1
The Memphis Bnlletin bf the 7th says
that a large Jrederal army passed South
toward Grand Junotion oir Tuesday last
The Bulletin further learns, from a gen
tleman who lives in De Soto county, Miss.',
that for: twenty miles out from Pigeon
Boost the rebel cavalry have suddenly
disappeared.;. The sumo gentleman says
that for several days past the Confedorr
ates at II oily Springs have been moving
back all their provisions. . This was unt
derstood to be preparatory to theevneua
tiia of that place. It is believed thy
will fall baclt on Grenada. ...
On Wednesday last an expedition lel'i
Helena for Cotton Plant, where it was
understood . a rebel . force, twenty-five
hundred stroug, wore gathered., They
look) five days' rations. Nothing h4
: been heard front them.' .-. i
. A cavalry fui t also crossed the Helena,
into Mississippi to punish the rebel bands
t who havo recently given great annoyance,
vj nrtug on tne reuerai piuiteis.
CiNcis.s'ATf, Nov. 9. -A special dis
patch to the Commercial from Indiana
polis says on Wednesday nights battal
ion of Colonel Shaekieford'B 8th Ken
tucky cavalry wH . attacked by a luttte
foreo of guerrillas under Colonel Fowler,
on Pond river, seven miles form Madicou
ville, Ky. The attack was gallantly met.'
The rebels were ' completely routed
with a loss of eight killed, including!
Colonel Fowler, and a largo number of
wouuded and prisoners.
Ntw Yonx, Nov, 9 -The Newburn
Proress of the 1st has been received.
Nomention is made of any recent expedi-'
tion of any kind. It Bays that the state
ment that Ihe rebels are arming the lie
gres at Wilmington is untrue. They dare
not, furnish the negroes with arms..
St. Pai l, Nov. 8. Over three hun
dred Inliana have been convicted by the
military commander at Lower Sioux
Agency, as participators in tho late h'-r-riblu
massacre and condemned to bo
hung. Whether ihey live or dio rest
with'lhi authorities at Washington. Tho
people in Minnesota, to a man ate in fa
vor of immediate execution.
Cittcaoo. Nov. fi Th. fit p...i t -
says Donellr (KcpablicAit.Pirat Dlvtrin
is fleeted by l.fXHJ majority. The Firal
HI1U uruuuu LISiriClR ami ft haIa
imkliat.. Tl.. 1 11'
ji'rify in the ,State of 2,00(1.
Kew Yoke. Nov. A W,aim ...
ter in the London 7imfs. dated the 22.1.
states that T.SJO additional
added to the piwr law. ttiisficB during
the weekending. : tl y ,.
i ho Day Miiis are closed, and hundreds
ore reduced to destitution.
Virulent typhoid fovcr has broken out
in Preston, traceable to hardships and
privations of the poor. Business atMan-
cliester was at a Bland still.
Gladstone's speeches created nuiU
panic. Many mantt facturers had stop
ped their mills altogether. . .' . .
- 'Iter says it is expected that six
hundred thousand persons will bo do
pendent oti charity during (ho coming
wiafer. ' ' - - ' -
WASHixn-fON.1 Nov. 0 Th , A f i n or
Commissioner of Iutemal Ken-nue, in a.
letter to a committee in New York, sava
tt. fl t i ..
iiu lern'i iiiiitHm uns increaseu us laciu
lies for Supplying revenue stamps, (ami
all orders now In for Kinds already en
graved will bo filled beforo the 15th intrf.
Within a very short time plates for all
kinds of stamps will bo finished and all
promptly." When. thi.
can be done, an order will emanate fron
the department jtiving notice that after
certain days stamps must be used, ant
tliat tne penalty will bo enforced in all
cases where stamps can bo promptly fur-
nisncu. oy me uovernmenl on application.
' '( Headquarters Wabrkntoh,) t
' '. : . November 9. - y
Gen. Pleasanton yesterday in a skirm
ish with Stnart, near Little Washington,,
captured three pieces of artillery; also,
a captain, lieutenant and five privates.
Gen. Bayard yesterday morning occu
pied anl holds the railroad bridgeacros
the Rappahannock. The bridge, is unin
jured. 1 '" - . '
1 he bridge across Broad River has beers
destroyed. ' ; - ; .,
' Havana and Mexico. '
By the arrival of the' steamer' Marion
at New York, we have dates from Ha
vana to the 28th ult., and from Vera Crna
to the 19th. -
'in., i., .i.i t. .a connnueu gooa.
The city had been visited by two severe
The United States gunboat Santiaco.
ofl" Cuba, had sailed from Havana on a
cruise on tho. evening of the 27th;, all
wen on board.
Tho United Slates Vessel in the noin-li-
fcorhood of Cuba wer keeping a bright
lookout lor rebel craft scarcely any ves
sel escaping their, vigilance. , This sur
veillance of their course is apparently
very annoying lo the IJabanas; and th
recent "outrape," as it is called, upon -
c..,:.u ,i ., , .
o(iunisit jurisuiciion, in toe ourning oi
the Blanche, has produced a very bitter
leeung against too united Slates.
. The secesh, Of whom there coirlinuo to
bo a'great humber in Havana, aro highly
dated 6ver the expocted ''doings" of the
privateers now supposed to bo at or' off
Mobile or Charleston. They . openly
boast of a raid contemplated on a North
ern port,' and express the most undis
guised contempt of f Lincoln's gun
boats." ; The Confederate sympathizers
have opeu and frequent intercourse, with
the rebel States, through tho blockada
runners, and openly boast of their ability
to communnicate regularly will .their
friends in Dixie. ; i , u .-! '. '
, Tho French man-of-war .StMaOuis had
arrived at Sacrificlos, with Gen.' l'razine,
(oinniander-iil-chlef of the first division
of the ' expeditionary ' coqiS, ' wilU 05(1
men of tha UOth regiment of the. line.
Tho Navarino had also reached I hat port,
with General Lhaslaigne and J.Olti men
of the same rcKtmerit; and thohbrewas
fiourly'expected with tho 11th regiment
uf artillery, .; The'- total number of uicu
brought by tho three vessels was 2,3 IX
A correspondeut of the J)iario . writos
that a body of Liborals bad advanced to
Fort in and taken ap their position be
tween that city and - Cordova. ; Guneral
Marquez had moved against them in per
son, and (hey had retired.
' Cordova Was held bjr ra.'rimat f
Zona ves, one of tha new corps Just ar
rived from Frauce. ' - ,-
Lrgo bodies of , Liberal trooji wvn
hovering around tho (Ficnch lines, Lut
evinced no disposition to mako an at
tack. They, however, endeavored to cat
off several baggage "and supply trains,
put had not been successful. 1
A reconnoisiauc had been madu by
I ho Colonel of the 2d regiment of Zou
aves, on the roads leading to the towns
of Maltrala "and San Antonio. There
wa no ' opposition encounlercd the
troops remaining several hours in these
places without any aigu of hostility.
The Liberal troops a body of whom
wtre stationed near the towns, are said
to have fled lu great ' disorder from the
Zouaves, but as Ihi story comes from
French sources, there is not much cre
dence to be put in it.
The French authorities were com
pleting tho railroad towards Orizaba a
I.ihI a possible, in order to facilitate the
movement of troopi and munition of war
and ajenl had Bailed for the United
S uies to procure m.ttct ul to bo used ' n