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TUESDAY. APKIL 2I), 1802.
Tho editor will Ijc neccosariljr absent
from tlio city for some days.
I.xltnd our I Irctilatioti t
As fast as new post offices or old ones
aro opened, let some good Union man
got up a club at each office for a news
paper. It is of tlic utmost importance
that the truth, fearlessly written and
spoken, Bhould penetrate every neigh
borhood. Let the Bun of patriotism pour
his blaze full into the darkest coiner of
treason until tho whole Slate is ablaze
with his glory. Let our motto be, Work!
work! work! Lose not one hour. Our
country demands our services. Xo man
is exempt from tho solemn duty.
The ' Great I'anic" is for nale by al
the news dealers and booksellers.
' To i:dllor I
PlcaKO direct our exchanges to the
Union and save'us a great deal of annoy
ance llavo you seen it? What? Why the
" Great Panic " it's immense.
Persons receiving newspapers from the
South will confer ft great favor on us and
our readers by sending them to us. We
are anxious to get them regularly
The newsboys aro selling the
Panic " on tho streets.
Davidfton ICrbcl t'omp n I nkm.
We learn that the companies of Cap
tains Hawkins and Cattle raised in this
city for the rebel army, were captured at
Bridgeport on tho Tennessee .Giver, at
the crossing of the Chattanooga Kailroad,
by some troops oT Gen. IMitelitH's Di
vision. (Some three hundred in all have
been captured, of whom one bundl ed anil
twenty-live have been brought here, the
V est were to have arrived here last night.
The capture of tho bridge is u very im
portant achievement. The great work
goes on gloriously. The air is vocal with
shouts of victory. All Hail to tlio tri
umphant army of tho Union!
II jn wlab to Inv.B. a qunrter proGtublv,
py a coiy ot tlio " (.!itut l'aiiio."
We arc (old that a certain class of wo
' men, and a very small one, we are glad
to pay, are in the habit of repeating,
whenever an ofHerr passes them on our
streets, in very audible tones, "There
goes a Lincoln soldier-strap!" We think
that a "Lincoln soldilr-slrap" is quilo as
respectable as a strap who uasexea her
Felf by overstepping the limits of wo
manly modesty and self-respect.
The " Gr ut lr.;:c " g'ves a in o Ifstoty
v1 two wi ek of i h w jit- in Ti luieset e.
!e!)( 1 women are, exceedingly fond of
hinging tho " Hull linn Quickstep." It
is a thousand pities that there is not a
hiloh or Tort Donelson (uiekstep for
Ui- in to sing. Put the fact is, the rebels
ran away so fust ot these two places, that
no inuMC can be composed fart enoujh to
do justice to their astonishing celerity.
The " (Jr. l'uiiie is i.iUir riu io tvtry
Somo of those who were lately blatant
and insolent rebel leaders in this city
are in a pitiful condition at present. Of
thtm it may bo said as was said of the
damned "Hope never comes that tomes
Their cloud of despair has no 'War
,,,i'o,t." It it lined with nothing but Jhr
(('.it tm cent sliLides.
The " Great l'anio " ii tho only topic
The letter from Hiiloh taken from the
rhiladelphia Inquirer, giving an account
f incidents and fearful sights on that
i uu rable licld after the great struggle
v8 over, will be found fraught with
A Liai.d ruhh for tie 'Great Panic. "
I'anic la lliflimond.
1'roin a gentleman who has just come
through from PiehmoDd we learu that a
fearful slate of all'airs prcvaib in the
IUbel Capital. There ii a great scarcity
of tho necessaries of life. Provisions aro
al famine prices, and many of tho poor
are in a ptsrving condition. The wealth
ier rebela refu.se generally to cfend them
ordinary charities, and eauc9 of dreadful
suffering and destitution arc reported es
pecially in the families of rebel soldiers.
Men once notcdfor their liberality are
engaged in all sorts of dishonorable spec
ulations. The people have no hope of
defending the city against thr Federal
troops, and look. on a speedy surrender
ascei lain, It is the saddest and dreariest
city on the globe. Ou all sides are wit
nessed want and squalid poverty, sel
fishness a(ui wild debauchery.
Last night one week ago tho theatre
ws opened under tlio management of
Messrs. Dullield Ss Sands. The first
week of the season was no doubt a profi
table one to the managers; if it was not
it should have been, for we know they
were untiring iu their efforts to please,
and wo feel conCdcnt they succeeded.
Notwithstanding the weather, during a
large portion of tho week, was very dis
agreeable, the theatre was generally well
attended, which fact evinces the attrac
tion offered to tlio public. '
Wo did not have an opportunity of
witnessing the performance last evening,
and cannot, therefore, epeakof its merits,
wc understand, however, that both pieces
gave entire satisfaction and that the at
tendance was quite large.
We learn that in addition to the ex
cellent company already engaged, that
it is the intention of the managers to
add several others, and that we are also'
to have an opportunity of seeing some of
tho "bright particular stars" that make
up the dramatic gStlexy. We feci con
fident that wcwill have, duringthe pres
ent reason, something extra in the way
.VuiritKi'.'iiOHo', Tkw., April 26. 1802
Jl'.li MicLiguti. f
Mr. Editor: D ui Sir In conteii)ilaii ig on
It't? g:et 'rjg-rt.j b'.-twocn the govt i mneiit
jotl h-r tlt'liitled tt llow cit7."H, wlin emo
tion of ilieup!) (ill tlio t.rnin win u itn look
uj'Oii ifie i. hihI compare it with tin; pren
t i t. Hut it i.i not for me to irivf a oit'est o!'
tho h-tppy iity! rl' our country i'i 'hi' pnt.
V'e will lenvo tliiu (0 ftbler l.eu'ac inc.
Vuy ih." t:ii;."ii xit Teuuet'fe li iv tino'-.t
a deul i ui o the puciciI c ;in jjiic ami ii ihi!
U-iiehings i r Polk kikI thtMiminrU. Aiv'rew
J .eKcon, i- ii (put'on I enimtit n'1-.'vi'i, nor
ilo 1 b-Ki-ve ih'-y etu tu '( t!ie:n-lvi-J with
ciet'i?. ry tt.iir: ! . - i ti, a tln-y v.cjc
in a jto! r i;j coiitli.iin i'i ti- y-.ir 1SC0.
eq u.illy ii iiittch tiH nny eth rf nn1 i i th'!
Union, fcrii.ee then ,. vuiy iliiisg.-ho-.vr pl.iioly
tltstt th i'BS not fi 'iirt.-iV'l i'i 'I t a of
yo;ij. i;iL"iiii.'Hi f . cius at a ; il r'..nnl h ill,
i.iid all MMtn-i I'n.-r.'d liuy wa' en tii"
toiul to ruin ; y s-, riiin. to cvtrhifting rum.
CHiz ma ol Teueesiea, U Hunt not, a w.iy to
leileein what you tmve lost? Most assu'dlly
'h-.ie i-i. You p.'ilm; wool i lik to kuo.v .
Your prefrnt course dotiotes ht.tgnatioii iu
bustnesa auJ ruin. Your d.tys tb-it's jnsi
when you were tiiio to the Union wire pence
Hiid jirinpeiily ; wealth loIh.-J iu your b't tte
Iu iiluinJjnce ; every one went Ih'h way re
joicing ; nil of you wer giy nnd huppy. -Uu
now Low Oilfirtnl ! Vaiu deludot! -hiVu
led you whi.-ie you nre. You aro ui
f-iult, (mil most reap wh:U you luivj town
To by you find true nnl robl fo'.v- "I tlic
Li.'ioit uiuonjii-t you, not to f-uljiiiCnte you.
to rulei iii you Lulu tlio c lutein h ( t' f. -ee.
itui. II -r von lirsil the sons ot Michigri
lui.l Ktiiituuk,- lonl.li r to rhi)ultltir '.villi i!i?
(! tt rmini-.tiou io pUr.t tin' (I1 yo'i or.c
loved fo well but tiinv disown, on evi ry inch
of roil tl;ai hiii dued to tr uiipl.! it und.r
foot. You (ndeater to tunke ycur-elvM in
ni c-'iit. ( ! tlmly ii 11 ct no I I t r-' ! i h ii.1
S Miy. Ark jourpi lv'.' the q'te.-lioii, il y.."t:
Court iiiitbm gives you th rijrlu to m-c-.-J".
th.t you leive sworn to &'( nd ag-iiiut nil it.,
eneuiic and opjioreri. Ar.-thi'n io t w's
pr. vistoun lli-ru In dcllum tr-a.m and pou
i.-hlng the criininats? 'ir f rol t'.b. r- 'ett
no f t.ine unturnuJ when i!it-y uJupt'd ilo-
(.; iitti'utlon, and when you hiird yoorhu l
to mike it. do.vn ii is mop; than you cm nc
e.otnplMi. It hn power, rnl ft po.ver t i
lite t iu fin mies either et lc.iue or ( ( for. ign
Iui.Jh. I nin ritleii ot MicLijfin. and it
pi'.vat.' iii lh Unit. ii iirrnv, and no tiitei
wimlil 1 txebttnge tlic position for the
J. (1. DivU iinw oCt.'Ui'iii h io tin) roitru .ml
trait'-rom bogui 0 ui(etlt'rnli Sinleit ot
It in (ht oV-ire of tlic ,n no in Mi ser
vlett of the Uulon (o h e it rt rt"i-. 1 it v. ,
iht rHirm (Jonatitmi.m Jor i;s 'ill uud th
Coiuuitutioii oar Iiihem imtie lor u. ThiH
Im the inot'o. and mrely the "iliz n ot Ten
Dt'i! e in 1 i v unb-r tin h mix n intlu 'uc a
in tliiyn gotiu ly. One tiling is ceiiiiu, 'liey
will llnd U liell'-r I r lh"liiM;!ve Htid their
chil b i n" chiltlrot, thtn t" live ti v have
finre they M'tel"d. This ii not to convict
n r C llvitK i', t il t lilt" tei liuil of at tellow
citlxcn unit liold t'i- ot MictdMi. I'eilirpi
thiswlll whhij y iinr p itienec, bitwitli lioi-.i
hiid 1 day ot K"irj ur bdovtd U ii'.u
liro-pe.tMitt ui I i i!.iv of yi re. ciliztn ot
Tim r t , (fr;e' for lie we cut
J O. P.,
CiiLo.my I, y.b Vile'i'g in.
Koilr to l'tnoni !! rinse to khfp
i;outtn, Unrti or .MerrhaudU
Io Nlt'lllii tid Oilier f'lncen In
All persons desiring to ship good,
ward or merchandise to Nashville, and
other places in Tennessee, are hereby
notified that the applicant must apply
to Messrs. A. V. S. Lin'oslf.y, or EnwAitn
II. Past, at Nashville, or 0. P. Ei.ac kman,
ot Clarksville, who will, upon the applican
complying with the requirements of Con
gress and the instructions of the Secre
tary of tho Treasury grant said permits.
And all persons are hereby notified that
no good of any description whatever
wiil be shipped from any port outside of
this State, to any port within this State,
unless the applicant exhibits to the Sur
veyor of the port from which the goods
are f n bo shipped, a written recommen
dation of the gentlemen above named.
;ooil from Old liobert fn.
A gentleman i credibility, a citizen
of this county, informs us that while on
a visit to Springfield, th other day, he
licard two leading Secessionists convers
ing on the troubles of' the country. One
of them had been an odlcer in tho rebel
army. They both said that this rebel
lion had gone far enough, that it was
foolish and ruinous and must be stopped.
They were in "favor of holding a public
meeting, that the people who have so long
been kept in the back ground might have
a change to speak on this matter. God
speed the work of reconciliation and re
At a called meeting of the Common
Council, held yesterday, the following
resolution was passed :
Hrwlvt'l, That each and 'every member
of the Board of Education, and the Su
perintendent and each and every teat her
of the Public Schools, of the city of Nash,
ville, are hereby required, on or before
tholstda' of Julyuexf, to take an oath of
allegiance to tho United States, similar
to that administered to the members of
the City Council, or resign (heir respec
W. II. Cornelius has received a large
lot of the best quality of Metalic Purial
Cases and Caskets. Those that may
have occasion fouse them can bo accom
modated at No. 49 Church Street.
Cotton Cahds. We beg to call the
attention ot buyers to that extensive es
tablismenf, No. -IU Cherry street, near
Adams Kircss, where they can be sup
plied at reasonable rates.
II. G. JTainliii, wholesale and retail
dealers iu Military Goods, No. -P) Cherry
street, and No. G3 West fourth street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, keeps constantly on
hand a full assortment of all articles in
his line. Kuyers will find it to their iu
'terest to deal with him.
April '1'.) lv.
. .... -...
Wo beg leave to call the attention of
our readers to M. Morgaustern's adver
tisement in another column.
How to Pike tiii: Soutjikkn J1i:.w;t.
A Memphis correspondent of the Delta,
gives this tieivs :
It really seems (hat our calamities have
come upon us all at once. It is stated in
the North that, at tho battle of Newbern,
the federals thrice hoisted the white flag
in token ol' surrender, but that, for the
smoke, the Confederates could n-;t tee
it, and retreated the other way, and left
the enemy victorious in spite of himself.
Petnember, this is said at the North.
Siiooiis'u Aii'Aiu. Our community
was greatly cxeilcd on Monday by the
report that a young lady bad that morn
ing shot her father with a pistol. The
report, sf range as it may appear, is true.
A young girl did actually lire at and
seriously wound In r father, the bullet
hitting tho hack, part of bis head and
sliding along the skull towards tho neck,
where it remained for a diy.or two and
noli! removed by a surgeon. Uateie) (I'I.)
The Cincinnati Ewjuiirr copies from
the Chicago Ti i'.une a statement that the
Wisconsin Legislature adopted slave
confiscation resolutions. This statement
is a libel iiH!it Wisconsin. A patriotic
assembly tabled the resolution alluded
to I y twelve majority. The abolitionists
no longer own Wisconsin
i,si u A . : i:
Against loss or damage by fire or the
perils of N aviuatiov, can he obltim-d at
the Insuiaee O.'lieo of
W. J. M A II U,
No. 'J Cl.I.i"oB S i'KKLT,
(Opposite the "Scwanc-e House."')
The Atlanta Confederacy of recent
date discloses a condition of afl'airs that
must be very disagreeable to folks blessed
with good appetites :
How to IlAisr. Iloas. What Khali we
do for meat? How can we increase the
quantity of it ? The present price of
bacon is alarming. Wc shall probably
get neither beef nor pork from Tennes
see. The slaughter of beef cattle has
been enormous. The slock of hogs in
tho State ia very small. The prospect of
a" scarcity of meat for our army should
cause serious anxiety not only for this
year, but for the future years of the long
struggle that is before us. Not a ewe
lamb not a heifer calf should be killed.
We must increase our breeding stock of
all kinds in view of the future. If we
cannot light ourselves, the next best thing
that we can do is to provide hearty food
for those who can. Wo are not consid
ering profit or loss. We want meat.
Our army cannot be kept up without it.
Tho plan suggested is probably the best
method of supplying it. When you next
look over your stock hogs, neighbor, ro
member "Silver Grey's" suggestions, and
if you find any sharp-nosed, slab-sided
ones among them, begin to fatten fhcra,
that you may help feed tha brave -boys
who are fighting for you. If tho farmers
and planters will push their young hogs
as rapidly as prudence will allow, wo
shall have meat enough. If they do not,
then God help the suffering soldiers und
the suffering poor.
We can tell tho Confed editor how to
raise hogs. Let him send a lot of boys
to learn the art of war, humanity and
decency under the rebel ofiicers. If that
don't mil;e luxs wo don't know what will.
Haud Pushed. Since the Federal army
has cut oft' the supplies which tho rebels
formerly obtained from Kentucky and
Tennessee, the 'cotton States have- more
intensely discovered their defenceless
condition, unless they can regain their
lost ground in those great grain and meat
States. The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph
notices the change sinco tho advance of
our troops, and give the following as tho
current prices, adding that every article
of food is rising every hour :
" Pluo beef has risen from ten to twen
ty cents in the Madison market; corn is
a dollar and forty- cents; salted swine's
flesh, of the most miserable description,
is from thirty-three to forfy cents per
It is said that feme of our parsons are
so deeply infected with secessionism that
they adow it to show its ugly head and
cloven foot and barbed tail in their
prayers and sermons. Such churches are,
iu Mrs. l'ui tingloa'tf graphio language,
"paradox abominations where the Gospel
is dispensed with."
The promised blessings of the South
ern Confederacy would prove, were that
Confederacy- established, something like
the bounty promised the families of rebel
volunteers, by the rich rebels of Nash
ville all bubbles, fog, and Dead Sea
Tho right of Secession is the r'ajld f
Xational iitiridc. And is this right so
precious (hat tho South is willing to pour
out priceless Idood and treasure, and
Fjircatl a pall of mourning over the land
to establish it ?
II the present war is not one ot races-,
there have been many trials of speed and
bottom. (Jin. 'Hints.
In which trials Governor Man is carried
off the palm for Hpeed,and Humphrey
Marshall for bottom. Kentucky and Ten
ne-seo "both divido the crown."'
A rebel drill-scrgent is a chap wiih a
heart full of gall, a mouth full of lies, a
belly foil of w hisky, and a skull full of
vol f tin j
The Conscription act recommended by
Jeir. Davis in his message has pushed the
Confederate Congress and is now tho law.
Dkath of Gf.n. CiiAur.ks P. Smith.
Tho nation will profoundly regret the
death of this gallant olliecr, w.hich occur
red at Savannah, Tennessee, on Friday.
He was a Pennsylvania!! by birth, a
graduate of West Point, ami must ever be
regarded as the real captor of Port Doii
elsoii. A mutiny had broken out in Nashville
in consequence of tho late abolition mes
sage of Lincoln.
Two lies in as many lines.
i'lSE TonAcro. A hogshead of tobac
co, crow n bv Mr. A. S. Richardson, of
Hart county, Ky., waauold at the Ninth-
vtreet warehouse on Sunday at the rate
! of 2' per hundred pounds. jniscilh
Cotton Pi aniisu is Illinois. It is
slated by member nf Cong reus from Illi
nois that cotton will be very extensively
! planted in that Stale this season, i lie
j experiment has been begun by the Illi
nois (. entral Railroad Company prepar
ing two thousand ui-irt for this purpose,
and other landowner are mating ar
rangements to plant lare quantities of
Kentucky cotton seed.
I'OIUr JACKSON IAvo:i) IJY
New1 -'Oilcans Taken!
CHEAT DESTRUCTION OF rr.OIT.RTY!
Bsauregard Gono to Memphis I
Foiut.f.ss MoNnor, April '11.
Gen. Wool to-day telegraphs to the
Secretary of War saying, Mobile advices
to the twenty-fifth sny, the Federals
passed Fort Jackson yesterday at four in
tho afternoon. When the news reached
New Orleans the excitement w as bound
less; and martial law was put in full force;
business suspended; all cotton and steam
boats, except those necessary for trans
porting corn and ammunition, were de
stroyed. At 10 o'clock to-day tho New Orleans
telegraph operator bid goodbye, saying
that the enemy had appeared before the
city. Another despatch to the Secretary
of War says the Richmond Examiner of
the 2Jth announces the taking of New
Orleans. Great desf ruction of property
by and consternation among tho inhabi
tants. Caiho, April 27.
Thirty Confederate deserters entered
our camp begging to be . enrolled among
our troops. They assert Peauragard
had withdrawn considerable portion of
his force for the defense of Memphis.
NoitKoi.K, April 2tf. Many citizens are
leaving Norfolk, its fall is confidently
Congress unimportant. Nothing com
pleted. The Steamer North America has passed
Cape Pace. Consols unchanged Provi
sions quiet and steady.
No news. Every Florida coast port
except Tampia has been evacuated by
ifoNO Kong. A Confederate privateer
is on the coast of Portico,, supposed to be
watching for outwardbouud American
Garibaldi has gone to Proscia. He will
be app inted Commander-in-Chief of the
l.lKt of ;cii. Hovpltnl nt ..U villc.
No. J. I'.lind Asylum, College Hill, in
charge Surg. Failor.
No. 'J it .'!. ifniversify Puilding, Col
li ill, in charge Assist. Surg. Weeds U. S. A.
lege Hill, in charge J!;ig. Surg. Thurston.
No. -1. Howard High School, College
Vo V Sl:i(( Al iooi-V 1 'iiiibli ii" TifMir
Ied. College in charge Assist. Surg.
No il. Meredith Puilding, College St.
above l'.road in chargeSurg. McMccns.
No. 7. College St. between Church
and Proad in charge Surg. Pirtle.
No. R. Johnston Puilding, Cedar St.
opposite Commercial Hotel, in charge
No. 0. Market St. North of Square, in
charge Surg. Skcer.
No. 0. Convalescent Prracks, Cul
lege Hill, in charge Surg. Simpson.
No. 11. Pest House, Ptunua Vista
11' ad, . miles down River, in charge.
L. 1). Hogle M. 1).
No. VI. Masonic Hall Hospital, in
( barge of Ass. Surgeon Chase.
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1 Jl i'i l llilllt I'RI 'IIIHH UII14 t.iii-
neers, Chattanooga Depot, in charge
fifty first Ohio, female Academy
Puilding, Church St., iu charge Surg.
Woodward. 11 Swirr.
Surgeon I'. S. A., Med. Director.
WAN I I. If,
A Dwelling-House for a small family,
Mluated in a convenient part of the city.
Inquire at this (Mine,
t utliiii t urd.,
I have just received at No. Proad
streef, forty dozen No. 10 Cotton Cards,
w hich I oiler for sale low for cash. Also,
10 boxes of Oranges and Lemons.
April l'l-:it P. Fi-ncri'.
Salt. Wc are pleased to learn that
Mr. P. .1. Ross, agent for the sale of Salt
in Nashville, Ins just received a lot of
I 2,.V)0 barrels of Salt.
Wante;, a situation as clerk in the
Quartermaster' Department by one who
understands the business. Address
ap'.:."i lit Union ORlee.
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', niel cpitiU Mav, h h purtner iu ibe
' L'api" I bikery a ad R-Mnurant,'' No. 1.
C ilur .Sireel. NV.c in.-iti i,ly tbsl caouct
tlvM fi.it: t.i toi v i vi'lu :'! ol tin Love ; dJ,
in n.bjitioti. Ca-h Camiai. of Two Thoc
sai IIoi i aks TU purty, if neceoled. ill
1-. iiooiii.l tw mi. cu" to tin Site und Cusu
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ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
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