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Sunday horning!" avril n, isc2, J
7ta following Noiki will be cburgTd
t'j rales ana'.'xo-j ; to b 'M lor uv'ion Ai'
''kw.t JCur.! 'rf un I'.i.'S $ RO
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Cji-h ri'iir : lu itdv.tuLO fur nil a'!vcrt!siments,
-j'..Lu bjr rx.ial uonmritlit. . .
i " Af!V!rts;t:u:vRt3 itsv.rttj'J in tV JJ,rfc' rf.lnir.il
' r.hif 'rU ot IhvruU'ol twoiily iii'U yt Iilp.
'.ouer io li.jmi:"i an1 til n-nilt micit mi'tt V
( h.itiw lotlio ''rVuI'mtD-f oMMfl .S'ii"livillel'nim.''
k .' iiriiuo .ciilidin n-il U ti.Tfl InK'tid )t t r 1iieerllB
n ..n ta u'iaris. a to s. c. mkk;kh, yaw. j
, , : '
Vv't arc again indtbled to the polite
ji-6ejiger' of Adams Sprees for filcg
r ' 'h-lsJZi 'w York and other papers; their
1' ;'nncs9 'ias no' limit. They never for
j I . t u. Gentleinrvn, accept our grateful
1 1 thanks for your disinterested favors.
Vc hear that Col. l'-altle's J'pgimenl
brought out of tho late tight at I'itls-
. L.-4- .
many poor hearts will bleed nt the 'sad
tecital of that bloody field ! And all for
what? Let Jell'. Davis, John U. Floyd
and Isham (1. Harris answer a confiding
but deluded people.
rr.oTSi.ov. We. see that this gentle
man recently visited the prisoners at
("amp Morton, near Jndianapolis, and
was greeted with gross insults by a
portion of them. We would suggest to
him Hint the next time he attempts to
practice the charity inculcated in Mat-
'!, tliew ,xv. .'0, he also bear in mind the
aution recommended by the ame high
authority in Matthew vii. '".
Lauscii of a titNEOAi". The gunboat
(ler.esee was launched from the Charles
town (Massachusetts) navy yard Wednes
day niton, in a very successful manner.
Her twin-sister now lies in ship-house
there, awaiting her turn lJt&e launched
probably next week. Tho Genesee is a
''jde-wheel etcamcr of twelve hundred
tons bnrth-n. will not draw inoru than
eight feet of water, and from her build
promises to be very swift.
'Caxsonaiunu anii 1!ai. Experience
fchows that the discharge of heavy artil
lery is usually l'jllowcd by rain. The
, battles of the Trench armies were suc-
, cee'de'l by copious rains t hat rendered
f iiuaU streams impassable ; and at the
" ta!t! "of Solfciino a storm of such
j fierceness arose tliat the conflict was sus
pended. The same icsult attended the
1 H battles of our present war. After (Jen.
1 - r'i ii....'.. r ,i:(l'.....,..i I. old. . a
i 'IViiililH?! J III Ull!l I I III KlHlll a UHll
l heavy rains on the following days
. 'vely, .'and (Jen. r.eauiegard, in
eport of Imll Hun, says that
. 'rated following up his vie
heavy rains of tho following
"oil Douelson the bombaid
day ' was followed by a rain
j.u Svstum Aboi.i-siikh.
I' January, 1 -TrJ, the 1're-i-
Inn act passed by Congress
e rwt Olliee Department to
1 letters to their writers.
er (Icneral was of tlie
o revenne derived from a
jf-.)iir.;i' oi Mouoit poaiage on sucn iciirrti,
1 . - . , i. i .ii
V more thai. oth the expenditure
an extra clerical force in tin
Thus far the new system
4mo( lily,1 and all letters not
-"viast'inn instead of bn
i ' vvt load, 'nrr now
'ifr-rs, aud double
The Late Fleht at Wlncbenter. (
Thi WaxtiinijtoD National lnUlligfnctT sayi:
Gen. .S'h!'.'!ds telfgraph , tbat oar victory at
WiwchefliT has been more fatal to the rebels
than was at first supponel.'' '' ' ' "
Union j.rinumr.1 who' bavfe'cfcaped from
Moaat .Tacksoa prison and arrived at Tv;n-cbet-ttr,
naw tfgh: wagons loaded witb dead
arid wounded euler Mouut Jacksoa on Mon
any at 10 o'clock P.M. forty-four miles
from tho fh'U of battlo in thirty hours ! Tho
rebtl inbuilt that they had eleven thousand
in. the ' field,' and that they loft between ten
and fifteen hundred killed au 1 wounded. We
are tludiug their graves Home di.-tunc buck
from each fide of tho roud.
Tbublow liHsV 'ruck terror to tho heart tof
the KiiC'iatidouh Valley.
UnofiiOiiil report from Winchester up to
Wednesday night, htato that It Lutl ,been aa
certairscd :b;;t lbs defeated Confderale
I'i rcen uudi.T Genu. Jackaot:, Smitil, und
LingHn 1 1 had. retreated beyond Woodstock,
and wfre in the vicinity of Luray, tb
county scat o! Page county. The Uuibo.
forces had tfjlowed thi-in bh far as W'ood
stock, twelve miles south of Strauurg, before
giving up tott cliufd. ... ' '
The point to which the rebela have ru
treiV; I Is on u good turnpike, about thirty
!i! ,,u 'iilntriMi' P.iinrt ItnnaA. iliuuil
i' "i i" .
of the Orang'3 and Alexandria railroad.
Wre arc informed that the Knoxville
jail is Etill full of Union prisoners, among
them Dapt. David i'ry, charged with being
concerned in burning the East Tennessee
bridges last fall. We havo not heard
that any effort has been made for their
release or respite by any of the Nash
ville traitors, who are trembling for fear
of "an arrest for their own misdeeds,
among which not tho least by any means
is the imprisonment of these very men
and two or three hundred others held
for months in the prisons of Alabama..
A Gallant Feat. It was Capt. James
R. Dently of this city who piloted the
gun boat Pittsburg when she ran the
blockade at Island No. 10. It was a gal
l,ant feat, and recpuired the cool nerve and
brave heart of such a man as Capt. Ileut
ley to successfully accomplish it amid
the iron arid leaden hail rained upon the
boat by the rebel batteries. All honor to
the gallant pilot the brave Pent ley.
X. A. (Tnd.) ledger.
Our friends will bear in mind that the
suspension of the Tatriotdoes not inter
fere . with our Job department. We are
fully prepared to execute Job Work of
every atiyt, anfl dour ription. Jjoav your
orders at our office, No. Ill Deaderick
Street. ' A. S. CAMP CO.
April 1.-1 1.
Election of City oiUcerx.
On Monday next there will be an elec
tion in a convention of the City Council
for the following ollices, to w it
ficcorder, Treasurer, City Marshal and
one Deputy Marshal, six night police
men, a Street Overseer, second Engineer
of the WatcrWorks, and a Keeper of the
This notice is given by direction of
(he City Council.
JOHN HUCll SMITH, Mayor.
licniember that at the Capitol Jnileri,
I'estaurant and Family Grocery, IS Cedar
Street, Tennessee money is taken at par
for Dread, family grocer ies of all descrip
tions, the best in the world. Every tiling
in the eating line got up in the best stylo
by one of the best cooks in the world.
Ice Cream that is, the no plus ultra of
this delightful luxury fresh trout, choice
Putter, superfine flour, at pr ices as low
down as if you paid Gold.
I IV S V ii . V 21
Against loss or damage by fire or
perils of Navigation', can be obtaine
the Tnsurace Olliee of
W. J. MAIili.
No. J5 Coi.t.f.ViK S'i t;r.i:r,
(Opposite the "Sewailee House.'')
4 !MwtWTWnr-. '.t.vrir'jviriiiy.'iiJ'wfJiiwiH3iwi
HOUSHS FOR RENT.
A1PJV TO .JOHN ( F"!!!!,
,i 111 iii -l.S'i'l.l'.Y o. Hi tlomtericK M,
! "I 'iui hks i-
I .iu 4.ir'.:i:e
' fii: 1 nut ,
i u i ' i i ii if f,j
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"l M 'v. nt-'4 sirndt
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I. MAI 1M..N" ALU.
By Last Night's Mail.
Monitor anil .Merrluiac Again.
THE LATEST FROM PITTSBURG
AimivAi, of rmsoM:its fico.h
, No. lO. , ,
t'alu M. Clay a Itrlz&dler Geuerul.
FoitriiEss Monk'ik, April 11.
'Jo the ft'crttary of War :
The Merrimac, Jarneptowu and Vorktown,
wkh Bevpral Kuuboats and tuus. appuared
bctweea Newport News and Sewall'g Point. 1
Iwvu.j uuuiuii u'iio nita iuc uapiuie til
three small veseel.-, one empty and one load
ed with coai. J. E. WOOL.
Foutrf.ss Mosiioe, April 11.
To K M. Shtnlon, Secretary of War:
The Merrimac came down towards tho
Monitor and Stevens. The latter fired four
or five rounds and the Mcrrimic one. when
fhe and her consorts returned to Craney
Island. , . J. E. TOOL.
Cairo, April 11.
mu t l i : .i i -. .
.uy wuiy niiuniuutll llllUt Ulltllvu
to-day from Pittsburg Landing is that the
pureutl was kept up but a little distance
beyond the po.sitiou of our advance previous
to the battle.
Several boat loads of orisoner arrival
to-day from Iland No". 10. The generala
Bnd UoId-ofTicers are to be cent to Fort War
ren, the company ofllcers to Columbus, and
the privates to Chicago aud Sprlugfield.
Generals Mackall and Garrett, and several
subordinate oflioers, are here on paroln. The
latter General is very communicative, and
say's our four week's bombardment killed
only one man.
WAsniN'aTOX, April 11.
A bill 5jiim just punted tho Senate
establishing a National Foundry at Wash
ington, and concentrating ordnance and
military stores at this point.
I). A. U. Richards, Assistant Surgeon Of
the First Regiment of New York Artillery,
was captured by the rebels a tew days fiuce
near Warrenton, Va., aud is now confined
in Richmond in a room in which forty four
officers of our army arc imprisoned.
The Senate today confirmed Francis E.
Patterson, ot Pennsylvania, and Ca?siu8 M.
Clay, of Ky., as Rrigadier Generals.
General McUlellan telegraphs the Secrc-,
tary of Vajr that nothing of interest occur
red today, the 10th. Trie roads and wea
ther are belter, and operations are progres
,.'.f New Orleans.
' Tbo Mo of -New Orleans as a reb' l city is
evidently drawing near. As if to compen
sate l Ho tlviny fvuiuu (Ji'TuiiiOQ 6 1'OOtO has
rather unexpectedly encountered at Island
No. 10. we have intelligence that the Gulf
squadron intended for a:i aitock on the city
fiom the South has sailed for the scene of
operations, and has probably begun its work
long before tlii. It is intendel to maku a
clean opening of the Mississippi river, iu
stead, as was repoi ti'd a f.;w days ago, ol
approaching New Orleans by tho route of
The city, it will be remembered, is up the
river about on-! hundn d miles from its sev
eral mouths. I'twcn thirty aud forty miles
from th-3 GuU are 1 "oris Jacks. in ai.d Pliiilip,
the latter on tieMa. t, and the former oa the
vet idi) of t h rive1'. Not quite half a
mile below the i'vrt is a barricade, composnd
of lo''s ehaiued tojiiithet, strung entirely
ncn ?s the stresw, and protected by a battery
Abor.t twenty miles below ew
Orb ans is Fort Leon ; and there are probi-
bly earthworks at (liferent rn.ints alom O
river. Rut tho real defence it ut Forts
Jackson and Phillip In the u:it secession
period tiieo wer-j of no great couscrpience
as works of defence, but tf'e'y have probably
been greatly strengthened, an I hivu been
aimed and gavrisoued to (lie fall extern
which the rebels may deem neeesiary.
There is every ro2?cr. to believe that these
fens will be found quite lormidubl", aud that
nothing but tlo most powerlul armament,
directed wish the utmoH resolution and skill,
cnn pu.'-h its way up from tho Gulf tn New
Orleans, indeed, Com. Furragut's ll.-etof
tweiity-t!,r'.".' v.v-r,el', and Poner's twentj
111113 morlar vis.elssay as much.
Judging fioiu mr dipa'chei1, the plan of
(i)ie:aikui H'.ems to have bi en lixed upon. A
pi: of iho mortir !! :et were to go up Wes
tern 1'iiy, wtiL'ia they cuull take up an ef
fective position iu 'lie rear ot Fort Jackson.
The rest, with Com. l'arngut'd ll-et, were In
pinn ed up ihu Si uihwe t Pa-cinl" t'.ie main
iliaiim l anil bhell the loits in front the
gunboat" paying thiir att Mit'eri to tho bat
tery elected forth protection of the bin ri
cude. Rut whatever tli plan is we tniHi
that it will succeed, and w" are fjuilo conii
dent ihat it will, ii is time tliai the freitt
city ol New Orlr.i'is wt' in our psMsion.
If tin; eMi liMve Cuinti feeling wiii,;h h is
been reported really ev'lHts llielu, its open
maaite.-tation will liave a ni't sdUtary if
l.n.i mi eiuir- .iuili It it W nr.i tli.jrr.
tli 'ti tin! ci.o'.er we begin to overthrow
ri'tji'liii it ol i he Siiuttnvefii by ibu captur.! of
j i's h iuI'1'Jat t is the belter, -Justua Junrvd.
' III I I'd I'i'l I'e' ,.t bogs COlMlitufe ilie-
1 m-vi ath t.l the whulj ut-' of Vhi.' enuntry, i,r
about 2 S:i0.0Dtl ueie. Mure tli.-tu L.nf of
the pea- nil, or about 1 ..'ilii.oo ) aorcr, is i e
j lim ited ioeon-iM of ilu red mp ; the ro
' maiiiing 1,'J.Vi uou ucies urecilb d luouuiuin
I bns. beiij on Hie surlacu of th' upUiuls.
i I in llio miiint!in i-id ." p"at s ilUor.i eui.'e;ls
i Iniif feel in ibY'iui -.f bat. in the low-r
I tounilsii seiii-'.iiii d in nt a ui'.;iUr d'p.h
lii an forty lei t.
Tin-; I.A-r IvKiu.r. Mv.mi.xt Lite Kag
li h juiiriiah s.iy, "t'le K'-b-l tjoinrnisrioiieis
I ie Pmruty miv:u tiinl dirl.'i to obtain a neog
j ni;i u nl ihi Coult deiutii government."
I Thert is auut'ier placa s iiiii-wlu-re Letu.tn
I heaven and earth wh'-re they mmi.M 1o much
more likeiy to niececl, ami ui"ut with unarm
It in olluiaied ihiil there are abmit 2,00'l,
' not) men end be ml. yed in the veiiou
mines ol KigUnd, I'eiug about double tiie
I number of tb i: employed upon tlie Poglii-h
Occupation ol" Hunts-,
villi; by Gen. jNXitclicll.
CAPTURE OF PRISONERS, LOCOMO
at:. i:rstn:oi joiixson
Surrender of Fort Craig.
BEAUREGARD NOT WOUNDED.
I.IMIOATS SitVi: Tilt: AKMY.
WA.suixcroN, April 11.
directly opposite Yorktown. The condition
of the roads . in the vicinity make it a'. johI
impostible to move heavy artillery
FSuTsnoS Moxnoij, April 11.
mac came out, followed by six gunboats and
went towards James River. The Jamestown
captured two brigs and a tchooner lying near
the shore. Quite a number of eobooners on
the upper harbor alarmed. Availing them
selves of favorable wind they sailed, the tide
having ebbed. No further movement ex
pected for some hours.
The Secretary of "War is advised of the
occupation of lluntsviiie, Ala., by Gen.
Mitchell's troops, and bis capture thereof
two hundred prisoners, fifteen locomotive.",
and a large amount of rolling stock.
A Richmond lispateh from Beauregard,
claims the victory of Sunday for the Con
federates, but mentions nothing of Monday's
battle, lie admits tho death of G3n. John
ston. A Mobile dispatch says Gen. RuBhrod
Johnson is wounded. .
The Richmond Whig of the 8;h says San
Antonio advices received at New Orleans
announce the unconditional surrender of
A Mobile di-patch of the 5th fays the
enemy (heiled Tasfs Christian yesterday, and
landed twenty-five hundred men and four
twelve-pounders! Confederate force was
four hundred, and two howitzer. We mad'?
a' narrow escape.
The Richmond WUj also says General
Maruder came near being captured or
killed near Lee's Mills, on Monday.
Jefferson Davis addressed some wounded
soidiers and premised to share their fate in
the event of a battle
It is said Confederate General Gladden
lost ail arm in anday's battle.
Sr. Lous, April 12. Mnjor McDonald of
the .s'th Missouri rejment anived here direct
from Pittsburg. II? thinks Beauregard was
not wounded, Says the story of Geunrnl
I Prentiss's capture was not true. That our
Jgun hoals saved the Federal army from do-
slruction. Says that on Sunday the Federal
forces were thirly-live thousand against
ninety thousand. lie thinks the Federal
killed not less than one thousand uii l wound
ed three thousand. lie suys lourteeu to fif
teen ban lied of the enttny's wounded were
lift on tho livid aud that their killed am .nn
to three thousand. lie says we did not lake
mor'! than live hundred prison a's. 11 -j thinkii
Deiuregaid will not make a utand ut, Cor
inth, but il pushed will retreat to Jackson,
An Iiuiitoii ariivnl says Vhii Darn is on
Current river, near Mimouri line, with ten
or twelve thnusaud meii awaiting reinforce
ment:'. I'm on Fku.isi) in Tknnhsskk An ollicir
of 'Jul. Poi'k's Fifteenth K"tilucisy U-gi-rneiit,
.vrit::ig to his brother in this ei'y
mid cRcrihing its entranco into the town of
Shelly ville, Iledlord county, Tenn., gives
tin! tiJIowiug glowing and cheering account
ol the loyally ol lb'! iahub'.l anis. 0i tile
Th" cuue nut in showtrs to welcnni'.' u',
hihI ill! Udie.s waved iheir hai)ill(er.:liii la
ntid II ;!S to sueh a deetee thv, t il cet us all
wild, r.iicli shoals and huzzas yen never
heard. As w drew mar Shelbyville it wus
iiK.lillJ, IV llli rti urn iti . Ii Mnivr
ence ; Mini ot Hi- ladin cam ) oat In ihe
re.in to II e ri'!i' e. and waved I heir handker
chiefs all cheered W. And Ilu: men you.
nught m have Men '.hem. Tile ram was
cuininic ilr-vn iu torrents, nud they h i 1 kupt
their hiiUcloiM.' d )W.i lokjcp it fro;u run
tiog lnvi their nAk.-i. but when lliey saw
tie )!;; fn y h id t pull ofT tbeir hats, rain
or no la;. wavo lin'iu, and yell at land h
pes-ibl'?. Lieui. Col. Joui'tl had hi hai oil'
o long i-i.'l got hill head so wet that trie
h -.ir tomtiV'iic d sproutuig on top of it !
Then wliet we got into c oup, it s 'etned as
if they eoiild nut do e r j j j.' h for u . They
nut us all vru rf thifi"i.
i'ovs i Soi.dieih. Among tie! Ne Or.
leaus si'ldiiry who lave responded to the
c ulot Gan. li.!B iiva;d is a regiment luaJj
up imiinly t jt.-.!.!i-, nierjy of tti in c'.'tuiag
from 1 b "ir utec.l.i io iI.ij (heir places in tlm
lauks. It is taid ! I a ppletididly eij'iippi d
corps of tin be-l blood in L 'luisiuitu, and
nuiiil er iiin ; huuil.i d ula("tn. The regi
ment arrived at Jack-uii, Tenriessf-e cn the
rilIR umlfirlpuod cll the attention of the triulo to
4i tti'iir "N'EH arid Sl'tiNIUJ assortment ot ; i j
c;ooiVs - fou j
8uch as .,.
yKSTINf? S, TA 1 LOIl'.S TIUM
3IIXGS, AND ALL KLM)S
BLUE CLOTHS, MILITARY VESTS,
' ' ' , I'lannel IIIouscs, j
M ILI T A It Y (i OO DS,
JEANS, TWEEDS, COTTOXADES,
BLEACHED AND CROWN MUSLINS,
KWTlOlifS, &c, .fee.
11ie88 Good hpre iust bpn seloc'.ed from ths
Eantern Marketa, and we are prepared to nft.-r tliem
at wholnsale, at the lowest ca-li price. We eohr.it
aa early call.
ST ADIEU, ItUO. A: CO.,
So. 2 South Side r ublic Htjuare,
ap 8 lm Xashvillei
MILITARY GOODS !
II. G. HAMLIN, JR.,
"1VJO. ei FOURTH STRKEP, CIN'CINN'ATr. f)HIO.
J.1 and No. 49 Cherry Street, ("near A(laro8''E.xpress
Ctinpany,) Nashville, Tenn., has now alineansoit
meotof Sflk and Worsted Sallies,
COMMON AND FIXE GOLD EUISBOtPKKKD PA3
.SANT3, from $1 io to $15 per pair.
SWORPS All qualities and prices ; plain and ftucy
r.eltH, .Sword Knots, liuglcn, Spuia, -Repulation 11. ilu
uu 1 Caps, c, Ike., all at Eislern Pric(s.
Military nirn are Invited to call and examine
for (liemei'lvt-H. aprll-Iw
II K 11 K IT
n"i THE TATlEST ThOl'LE OK X.fHTILLE AND
I. Ticlnity reeling : Our boat llnlly run tlie
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at the mouth of the lumhor!aiid, an 1 ue !m
opened iu our already weli kuowu lillle
rrio. 36 New Store, No. 3G
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W ull ir.di,, 1 (uiUkuUii t' 'J '':' I
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