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WEDNESDAY HORNING, MAY 7, 18GZ.
" ' -We made Ileaan'gard thy Ino al fchiloh.
John D. MooHit, Esq., had been ap
pointed Font master at Colombia, Maury
07" Wy this time oor rcbila may
begin to think that Joim MonuAK is
hardly "good enough MonaAH " for
' thf m.
William Krausn, Market street, two
doors south of Union, has on hand a
general afwortmcnt of Dry Good and
ladies' wares, including calicoes, prints,
slippers, gaiters, Ae., which he is disposed
to sell cheap for cash.
The faces of the big Nashville rebels
grew exceedingly long afUr the appear
ance of our Extra yesterday morning,
announcing tho cutting to pieces of Mor
gan's house burners and horso thieves.
TUV necks of some of them arc in danger
of bung stretched longer than thair faces.
Yeatcrday, while walking with an ofli
c.er, no met a couple of young women,
0115 of whom hissed at u audibly. The
vHe rebel hisfed as naturally as any
SUier gooqp. If she couples with a gan
der of her own feather, what a mother of
goslings fclte will make !
iSome of our rebel friends have not fan
cied Gen. Dumont's manntru. 1'erhaps
they are convinced by thi time that if
he has little of the xuarilnr in modo, he
has enough of the f filter ii .
The Confederate Almanac lor l.SGU
icRued by our Sonthern Methodist I'ub
bing House, has in its memorable
vents the following strange abbreviation:
ViC. ft, tc ars'l taken April 10, 1801.
WhT will givo the interpretation to these
The Steamboat Tycoon is at our wharf,
having been chartered by the Governor of
Ohio, for tho purpose of conveying sick
and disabled aoldiers, belonging to that
Htate, to their homes. She is in chargo
' of Dr. S. M. Smith and Col. Bliss. .She
is expected to leave to-day.
'i lo iiy School.
lu reply to numerous inquiries we will
state, that inasmuch as tho Public Schools
of this city will close in a very short time,
it was thought best by the Council not to
fake any reformatory measures at pres
ent, but await the opening of the next
wssion. The Council are nanimous and
determined as the propriety of expell
' ing every rebel teacher, and enforcing
tho oath on all in public employment.
No compromise will bo made.
. The performance at the theatre last
night, if not the best of the season, wa
decidedly the most amusing. No ik8-
I ible objection could be made to the way
l ' in which the entire company acquitted
themselves, both in the "Child of tho
Kegiment" and the "Eton Hoy." We
havo not space this morning to notice the
performance at length. It is yalll.ient t j
pay that every one who attended came
"Mr. C. Matthews commenced an en
gagement last night, which we trust will
prove very successful. His exploits in
legerdemain and ventriloquism are very
interesting and amusing. He appears
again to-night. Those who fail to at
tend the theatre will miss a pleasant
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WWS'A' V !"".-.V
We are tn formed by the Captain of the
Lady Tike that ho discovered the body of
Gov. Harvey, of Wisconsin, (who , had
been previously drowned in the Tenneg.'
sco river,) about sixty miles below Sa
vannah. The Captain of the Lady 1'ike
carried the body to Pittsburg Landing,
where he gave it in charge to tho Mth
Wisconsin Kegiment, who intend for
warding it to Wisconsin. -
Yesterday morning us a little newsboy
was passing along tho streets - crying
"Union Extrr 1" he wa9 hailed by a se
cesh lady in a carriage with: "You
ought to be ashamed to sell those Lin
coln lies." The newsboy instantly re
torted, "It's a good deal decenter busi
ness than UUivj relxl Ha!" The secesh
didn't put on anymore of htrerfran before
that elm p.
U IiJ In lit"
We learn that Mohoan'u marauders,
who were so terribly cut up on Monday
morning, attacked a party of unarmed
soldiers just out of the hospitals, near
Pulaski, a few days before the surprise
at Lebanon. They destroyed a few
wagons,, and took a few prisoners, who
were released. How is it that defence
less soldiers and unprotected trains are
sent through a region infested by rebel
Let the rebels of Nashville who aro
receiving midnight couriers from rebel
leaders over the South, ami holding se
cret meetings of the Knights of the
Golden Circle, beware in time. The
loyal men and armies are not to be trifled
with much longer. An old hymn says :
Mercy kiuiw.4 tir npoiutMl houndi,
And turun to jmljjmeiit thr-a ! "
A storm of loyal and patriotic indig
nation is gathering in tha sky, and its red
lightnings sleep uneasily in the cloud.
"And that twro handed engine itt tin i jor,
r tnnurt renilj t.'j finite cr. arvJ sna'1"
We are sorry to learn that some of the
United States officers who were recently
taken prisoners by Morgan, and released
on their parole, have been distinguishing
themselves by uttering his praises at the
street comers and in public places. It
ought to satisfy such officers that they
titibmitfed to the humiliation of giving
their parole to'a" unauthorized marauder,
whoso conduct is governed by none of
the rnles of civilized warfare, without
affording "aid and comfort" to the seces
sionists of this city, by their laudations
of such a lawless rebel.
now in Tiii f ,
Mr. A. Hamilton, who during the occu
pation of this city by the rebel army
was active employee in the rebel
Commissary's deparluiept, and one of the
busiest rebels in this place, is now acting
as agent for steamboats employed and
chartered by the United States.- While
the Patriot vr&i published under disunion
influences he advertised his boats in it,
but as soon as tho Unio was started he
immediately' withdrew them. He now
advertises in the Dispatch exclusively,
because the'editorof that paper and all
connected with it is a law-defying rebel.
It is time that Mr. Hamilton should be
talked to. Let his agency be immediate
ly stopped. He is not the mau for that
V endorse the suggestion in the fol
lowing letter most heartily :
Vu iliu lVMy .";:' Usu.-i:
Oil ttie '2'211 of ttiix month the pople of
tlj viwiou-i Judii'iiil UifOiIcH lu ibis State
will be call (I up n tn ob-ct a CL mcellor,
Crim:unl tnJ -'ir'.i(iit Jivlgve 1' i vi-ty im
potUut that tiOiK b it hiyal ui-.'U fl)c;uld iul
llll tho-e pl.tott'. We !iupt Governor John
rcn wiil Ut if .t (.iicUmalioii iiniu-;diuleiy
lh.lt D' O'le ('il' ti alloweil to HC.t N-? Jui'e.
Clei'k, Ur.viv r f vt(c nl un -I'.'i:.iuu, uor
votv witUoi.t lil(i:ig tt.e i-ath to ;:pp.rt the
CoiiKtitjlKin un. I tjovi-rirn-nt .( ib l.'nit-il
S:it-.,. " C1TIZKNS.
Nm-SiviII. May .MU, W'.i.
A correspondent writing from Mur
fieenboro', says that as a hearse passed
along the streets of that place, tho other
day, with the body of a poor soldier w ho
had died fur from home and kindred in
the service of his country, a woman
standing before a handsome residence re
marked to a soldier in the mournful pro
cession, ''Well, I am Very glad -to see
them die there is one less anyhow." If
it be true that they who die in the holy
emiee of their country are tran.-dated to
the realms of t ho blessed, we tan assure
that blot and reproach to the female sex
that she will never meet a Union soldier
in the spirit-land. Her passage ii paid
to the laud ot the 1! est An h-rebel, tLc
held if all triors t their country.
FIGHT, at LEBANON !
150 of norgnn's Bandit Captiued and
a laree number Killed ! "
Nearly all of the Rebel HoT3es and
4 Arms Captured f
REBELS IN FULL PLIGHT I
GIN. I'UMONT IN' TU)T ."I'ltSUl V ! ! !
, We have just received from headquar
ters the following highly gratifyingnews.
General Dumont and the gallant Kenluky
and Pennsylvania cavalry have covered
themselves with glory. We will preface
the dispatches by stating that, on the
night of the 4 tlx inst. (Sunday) Morgan's
and Woods bandits, numbering fi'X) to
800 cavalry, made a foray into Lebanon,
thirty miles from this city, and commenc
ed outraging the Union citizens. Gen.
Dumont hating been previously notified
of a movement of Morgan's in tho ditec
tion of this city, and rightly guessing
his real destination, had gone to Murfrces
boro' on the Friday night previous, taking
with him portions of Cols. Woo'ford's
and Smith's Kentucky Cavalry, and
Wynkoop's Pennsylvania Cavalrj. A
part of these troops were stationed here
and the rest between here and Murfrees
boro'. On -Monday morning, at 1 o'clock, we
pushed across the country from Mur
fresboro' to Lebanon, and surprised tho
rebels iu that town. The rebels left
their homed precipitately, and lied to
tho houde, whence they fired on our
soldiers, bet;j assisted in this work by
the inhabiting. The dispatches tell
the rest of the story. We hope that a
lesson will be taught by Gen. Dcmost
U tht) LcbiuO i i'ebei.3 which shall IieVcr
be forgotten. They are an infamous
set of cowardly assassins, and richly
deserve the hangman's halter. A severe
rebuke is sorely needed, and we trust it
will be, promptly administered. It
would have a wholesome effect on some
of the black-hearted and cowardly trai
tors in this city, who have been hoping
for Morgan's approach, so' that they
might ernc in the assassination of the
Union men in Nashville.
The following is an extract from (fen.
Dlmo.nt'k official report:
Lkuanon, May f, IBo'ii.
"1 surprised and attacked tho enemy
under Cols. Mouoan and Wood this morn
ing at 1 o'clock at this' place, and afler a
hard fought battle of one snd a halt
hours, and a running fight of J4 miles in
pursuit, achieved a complete and sub
stantial victory. My force was about
t00, composed of detachments from Col.
WvsKoor'ri 7th Pennsylvania, Col. G.
Clay Smith's Mh Kentucky, and Col.
Woli ohd's 1st Kentucky cavalry, tha t of
the enemy, as stated by himself, upwards
of eight hundred. Pesides which the
disloyal inhabitants, not in the army,
opened a murderous lire on our soldiers
fi;om their houses, and kept it up until all
the organized forces of the eni'iny had
fled or were slain or captured.
The forces on either side were exclu
sively mounted. I captured, say 1 .10
prisoners, among '.rhom is Lieut. Col.
KoiiKitT C. Wood, late of tho United
Stales army, .' Captains, 4 Lientenants,
and upward. of 1.7J hoise., and Km)
stand of arms. Our killed will not ex
ceed C and our wounded "5. Among the
latter aro Cols. G. Clay Smith and Wol
roan, the former in the leg, the latter in
the abdomen. We lost no prisoners except
Major Givr.N, 7th Pennsylvania Cav
alry, who fell into the hinds of the en
emy during the street fight by mistaking
them for our own troops.
In this little affair intrepidity and per
sonal daring were conspicuous through
out. It is reliably reported by messengers
from Ijibanon that Mokcjan himself was
among the killed. There is, as yet, no
official confirmation of this report.
The following tch-griiphic dispaf eh b.ts
been receive! from Col. Dullield:
MunKiti'Ksi'.oHo', Tknn., May .1.
1 have this instant returned from Leb
anon, after a four days' chase after Mor
gan. A detachment of the 7th Pennsyl
vania and lit and 1 th Kentucky cavalry
overtook Morgan at Lebanon this morn
ing at i o'clock, and completely surprised
and thoroughly routed him, and captured
a large quantity of aims and horses ami
loO prisoners, among the nwulx-r Lieut.
Col. JlobertC Wood, of Adms' cavalry, j
late an officer iu the hinted States Army.
Tho ei.emy were purtued b the Cumber- j
J he liicLuiond Dispatch of Aprils", !
says that it. i believed Ji.hn Mixoii j
PoTi s, w ho w as still in eo-fin' M, wms !
to be fcnt South.
The cvtfeuatiou nf York town, IiKc the
celebrated evacuation of Gen. Price it j
the battle of Springfield, was, u Mrs. ;
Parting toil would say, a ruli'iu tj vr c y.
Moktehky, May ." The rain has fal
len in torrents ' for the past thirty hours,
putting the roads in a horrible condition.
Vtsterday the commanding General ar
rived from the camp near Pittsburg
Landing and encamped near here. Our
pickets can distinctly hear tho drums
beat and locomotives whistle at Corinth.
MosTwu-.r, May 0. Hccanso of the
horrible condition of tho roads the army
has not moved. The enemy are receiving
heavy reinforcements daily. On Sunday
last Gen. Dragg made a speech to his
troops, assuring them that it was the in
tention of Beauregard and his generals
to give the' Federals battle at Corinth.
Great dissatisfaction prevails among the
twelve months men on account of the
conscription law: The roads are im
Tho Homestead P.ill, Pacific Railroad
Pill and Telegraph P.ill passed the House.
McClernan's gunboats are shelling the
Confederates. Tho rebel army reached
Coat Point to take the road to Richmond.
The House of Representatives adopted
ft resolution impeaching Judge Hum
phreys of Tennessee.
The Chicago Journal says Jell". Thomp
son with a thoasand cavalry scattered
the Nebraska cavalry in Western Ken
tucky. A report is prevalent that rope's
army occupied Corinth Sunday. "A few
regiments posted in front are said to be
Washington, May ti.
Tho Confederates are strongly en
trenched near Williamsburg. A severe
but mecessful fight occurred near there.
McClellan telegraphs to Stanton that Jo.
Johnson has probably larger forces thau
his own. He says Karly's brigade took
two Confederate redo ots. The enemy
mean to dispute every step to Richmond.
I shall hold them in check.
Xkw Yoith, May j.
The steamer Kdinburg has arrived
from Vueeustown. Consols unchanged.
Washi.v;ton, May '.
The gunboat llarron captured the
schooner Glide, in attempting to run the
blockade off Charleston for Nassau, w ith
one thousaud bales o cotton.
'. LoirisviLLio, May ti.
The liver is fulling slowly, with seven
and thrce-quirter lect in he canal.
A company of seventy-five cavalry men
left this camp at 11 o'clock last night and
found a small squad of the enemy's cav
alry 11 miles Southeast of here and at
tacked them at day light this morning,
which resulted in the capture of 17 pris
oners with thcirhorses and arms. Among
them is Win. Morgan, brother of John
Morgan. Many of the citizens here re
tognied him. They are now in the
Murfreesboro' jail. No one killed; three
of our horses killed only.
Let the Rebel of Tennessee who have
been telling, the people that the United
Slates would arm .the slaves read this
and blush if a blush can crimson their
brazen faces ;
Arroe( I.uitoiuirtl uitd In Anus.
Twomilesand a quarter below York
town are three rebel forts, on the west
side of the Warwiik river in front
of one of them Lieutenant Wagoner, of
Philadelphia, was killed. Our artillery
have shelled Ihem riut a number of times,
and an encampment iu the rear has been
so riddled that their barracks have been
deserted. They have in these three forts
six guns two in lite left one, three in the
centre, and one on the right. The daui
of the Warwick river runs in front, pre
venting them from coining over or our
nickels from reaching them. The ui til
liry, however, make it o hot that ther
cannot stay in the forts. In the centre
one can be sten, every day, from two to
three hundred negroes, with red coats,
gray pants'and sloueh hats, strengthen
the work with s.a :id ba;s, digging ditch
es, eh". When ver they date to come out
to tin- their artillery, which i-i simply
field arliiJe.iy, these negroes ram home
tho balls which white men fire at the
hearts of our soldiers. Any one who
tloubls that the. rebel.-i .aro hhtin ide
by side with their slaves, can bo con
vinced al any hour of the day by going
I p to the edgo of the Weods, about twelve
hundred yards in front of their works.
Willi the aid of uny oi dinar ejss, the
mallei em In- put beyond loom for a
'I'm: Ni- t '-ini-.i-i ici. i Nn n;i,. A
"nod aneedot. ii t!d of nia: of the t.'on
nectieiit boys. Wtil. ia ' lonvrrrtatioii
with be', ttfu rtl.e t apture nf i'ort
l'ulaNki, the Utter nuid, " At lea.-t, witn
all oor fa!t- we h.iv never made wooden
nutmee." 'i'hiJ Vuiihee, u very demure
looking .H i itoep, iiwidt eiitly replied:
'We if') nut inak"ii,iiii of wood any
longer," and jioi.'itio In one tif the bi
projectiles lin n m, vthith had breaeh
ed the fort, added ijiiietly, ' wo make
tluin now of irui) " Seteli ubided.
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Ho. 72 North Market St,
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-.ro mill, who m l.ii unin" in tlKOKi.K. mul
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in reqiiiKted to emu llirwnrd, piovd propi vty, u l
my vliatgivi, th 1-iw dineti .
J If. KINToM,
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Committed to Jail
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gro tnun, wli ray leu lei mo Ih Al.HKKT, and
Kiyn lie bulouxa In Jo. Duitrvu, or Iivldson (kiui.tv ;
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kiulUi ; no uurkx. TV) owner in rf iiumti d ta romo
for aid, oru pruli' Tty. aud pay rhATfr, an the I w
(l.n-clH. J. . IIINTOV,
my C-;:t SlicriU and J ulor of I). V.
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GROW TIT OF 18 61.
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JMUN vr IIIK It A N A NO mil'.tu,
On Markt St., rpiwile 1'iiK.n, SaaT
BOOTS AHD SHOES
F. H. FRENCH,
No. 15 Union Street.
Wholesale and Retail.
Jut re!Tu, by Adaum' Ixptffi, a kvga kiu. ca
LADIES', 2IISSK8, V iUULDUKtf'S
of bi.t rhilodelphut niakr, ,
COTTOI CAII I f- r a) by Hit nwi,
Now Diy Goods Store.
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and rlejtant klm.li cf
:n o tions,
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CALICOE?, GINGHAM:, bAUF.GEi. LK
f.AlNlS. AND FANCY DUKS.S
noons 5 ikisii Linhns
HOOf SKIRTS, Ni;i:i)LKS,PINS.
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ul Jl" OpptiHiUi Wu:oa H.i,.
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No. 109, Chi-Ktnut Btrt,
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April 3), JH'i'i. ;,
Kti 30 ;t:Ait Mill. I T.
H. V. BASSET. PEOPEIETOIt.
rpilIH well known mtlil.rilmi-Ll ik puj trnl tn 1 1.
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with that ul a.iy Imwi in tni KoUti r .iuw.iijl.
the uncut VV.ni'aaul Brandies u k pi i..aiatiiy
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Tho Ice Crcara Garden
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reryi'l witfl that cixil, ri lrialiln Kamiinnr hi!vn.K.
mvl i lu mul tli" UiH. a ol llMi umihI fanliiln a.
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tie, t ri-iim:bl r.it"i. Man h Id .Im
HOltACK. II. IIARIUSOaN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
a 'i'AR m''u j t . vAi-uvt'a-'. ri:N.
npril I l-lu.
Hmi!sio. & . o:nvi.:;i;v(;
t. 13 i. Cijiiiujcm Iul Hri rl.
itv ui'ii.DiNii-.) SAINT L'Milv'.
fnrHeiilnr Attention ulvrn in v. 1 1
ljiu:nuiiiiiii ; a'fio, Pi iria p'lrc't a' nl Iti.d.iof) i.u
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FLAGS! FLAGS!! FLAGS!!!
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