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TaUc the I'ulont
It lias alar larger circulation (han any
ether daily newepaptr that has been
published hero for years.
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Siuky lor Tennessee.
It is the rpriul vewpoper t,f the SUite if
it gives the latest news ftm the Military
Department South, and later than tiny fher
it Las immediate ommnnlcatifM with the
Military 'Headquarters, which no fher
Iyr here has.
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thanks for favors in the way ot late
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1 ft 'ruin tiiou jit'iiijr i.uuiuuftoii vnc
J ho proprietors of the Patriot, anil a
on ot ,. I). Morgan, Mr. Samuel Mor
gan, were taken prisoners at Lebanon by
In our editorial notice of the Union
Meeting to be held here on Monday next,
we inadvcrlly flpoke of t he time for meet
itg being Monday niyhtt. This is a mis
take. The meeting will be held on .Monday.-
Come everybody to lhe help of
the country 1
List of rueu wounded at the Lebanon
light, now in hospital at Murfrecbboro' :
.James II. Howe, Seventh l'ennsylrania
Cavalry shot in the thigh.
K. J. Verbeek, Seventh Pennsylvania
Cavalryshot in the shoulde", and
Orren Ashaut, J'irst Kentucky Cav
alry hhot in the leg.
Wm. J. Atcher, Fourth Kentucky Cav
alry shot through the hand.
Henry Kose, iVurth Kentucky Cavalry
shot in the arm.
Thomas l'renton, Fourth Kentucky
Cavalry bruised by horse, which was
shot and fell on him.
Wni, Smith, Fourth Ky. Cavalry
uliot in the head serious.
.John (Janan, Fourth Kentucky Cavalry
shot through tho shoulder.
Joel rembcrton, First Ky. Cavalry
ghot in (he aim and thigh.
AVm. Ct)ckiar, First Kentucky Cavalry
jhot in tho thigh,
Uufua Congrove, Fourth Ivy. Cavalry
shot in the leg, serious.
A. Merrill, rebel cavalry bruised.
Win. llandly, rebel cavalry bruised.
' yhc above list was luininhed by Sur
geon Fasiks, of Miirfi-PCH)oro' (''eneral
The "Urtat J'nnir" is for sale at the
XewS Depot of II. 11. SiKt.i.tro, under
the Sewanee House.
( IIAM I I.I.OIt.
i Kdiiini Cham i;av i-ismicr.
Wa are aut)iori"J m ui.no w Hull. t'jMin l.
f'hiKk'H'N J it i .ibiliiUl). tr it elm t.uu a CLanmllbr
0( tue FonitU t banrery I'iMnrt, c miioaljg ilic
i-ounti'ii f ranl'U, Vtll uuiH g, Vnui j, tilfs fcud
i'ur lAi f'niu'l.
Hit r.'er.oR I yV M to tlm ti itu-i regain f ti
in, ii:l't'i vl Ibu llr,aud llio wrnil coin (!:. ll of
litB"4" '"'"'' 0)ualBlii , an.) ntrunti.
e I ii"i'Uij ror ir..s f'Hi i jum n ir.v
I c ii -'iiii i'i'i-wtiJ u( tlm iuitMisl
.i.a Vnimninii. lti H'S iioo lj lj(ll r.ti
IrlnI of' Free (iovonuifntl
A treacherous (iovtrnor and rebel Leg
inlalure one year ago bound Tenneseee
hand and foot and sold her for a price to
Jeff. Davis. . Thev aimed a blow at the
very heart of republican government,
but thank God strong arms,, clear heads
and true hearts warded off the blow.
These patriotic friends invite you by all
you hold dear to wet them in solemn
council on Monday night. Come one,
come all 1
Itally for the Olill'nlonl
Come out on next Monday night, citi
zens of Tennessee, and hold council to
gether for the safety of the Commonwealth
and the protection of your dearest inter
ests. It will be by far the most import
ant meeting you ever have had an oppor
tnnity to attend. Come and heal the
wounds of a bleeding State.
trientl of l.au and Order!
Come like intelligent freemen influenced
by principle and not by passion, to the
meeting on Monday night which has been
called by the noblest and most honored
sons of Tennessee, for the purpose of
bringing back law and ord r to our dis
tracted Slate. Act like rational men and
do your duty to Cod and your country.
f otlce to Miiiier.
So goods of any description will be
allowed to Ijc taken from Nashville to
any place in the interior without a per
mit from tho Provost Marshal.
The Provost Marshal will grant no
permits except upon recommendations
signed by A. V. S. Lm-su-.Y or K. II.
Any goods found in transit, without
he proper permit, will be seized by the
military authorities to the use of the
i ti !. w t i
. . v oi. auu x rovoui Aiainaiu
Small Fox JCntlng lit orfo)U.
The Philadelphia North Ainri-an says:
"Fugitives from Norfolk, at Fortress
Monroe, Tutsday, report that small-pox
and black measles are prevailing to a
considerable extent there, the latter dis
ease being very fatal. The National
Hotel, the Episcopal Church, and City
Hall, are filled with Confederates, who
are dying off like ehcep. Lnt very few
citizens remain in town, most of them
taving left for the interior. Grass is
iterally growing in the streets, for no
business is doing except in the army
line, and most of the stores are closed.
t is reported that over one thousand boI-
diers have been buried within the last
ten days, the principal sufferers being
from the interior of Virginia, Tenn ssee,
and Alabama. You can scarce pass a
Street corner without meeting a negro
with a rude coffin on Lis shoulder, and
icarses are as common as drays in our
city. Typhoid fever is also very preva-
nt in tho camps and attended with
.cn. lii htir l'onitiou.
Til-: rebel di'pjt;) Coriatii the 2Cvh
uSt. staling ttut a regiment o? Federals bwd
b;en driven ruin TuscJ-nbia witti the lo of
several kil'.td nu forty priH'jn"!?, ly two
compucies o! Louiiiiua cav-lry, in doubt
leB a rnbel exug-.TiUJO or lie. Difej tv
or tbreo dy Ut-r icifce u u:;tio:: ol Itie
Souei uli ii!.i- m ti;. L"ii f-U lot the s . (:
ty of iku. Mii'hrU"H cue nui.d, no ria
forcemets bwre be n fnt tiitn. Tte army
corresponJeut u: tbe C.-iM ir.ut- G'itt
writ from l'.Ur-ouo- Lod'rijr Hi.. 27th ult ,
thut nobily in-d . be hlfc"ud t-tout (j'n.
Mitcbi'll iui'l ul'!s :
Ho bus pi;!-:orui".i thf uon (a;iir.g a.r.J
brilliant feat of tL? campaigu, hut lu.' u a
coijil- ot r.iilr''!i'! oat xhtrt ia the t.et.rt of
Diiitj If. ni 1" ! riitain on sis own ucco.iut,
llanlvi! Coiiulii i''t;ccily, cjI the rebels
elf from ti!"ir "-.uboard ioioiounic tti'jui. m.d
Ihadt l.i wl ti.lin'.y fjft, -Jtilt-i til L'--ud-ijuartcrp
ti r vr-y greatly deceived. 11 u
in in ilif t M-mnbottt o oiuin iDicatioa with
lla'.Ieck, t Midi a ly t .lt grapb, ul ! vu
puhb t.-tw.'. n iheir, rr ith i ;ng rcp nis uud
order n'.n usi Jii:y. in bort. bit ItiviwioQ
an le 'uvtriic ui any time iiito ttj"? tx
trerou of uur (IruU'J "Army n.-i ncii:.'
Utttturfgard .l tK'riutb.
. W titre io tlity uuio rruiu,
It iu a fart fAif thtie i. u yret'i fair utiji'
'y Ui'ed ,SUUs 'Jrt.aniry JW? in thU
city. It is a fact they are sold am greedi
ly ttyh'. up at r.U n tie dollar, and it is
also a fact that a certain class of traitor
ous individual are exceedingly Janxious
to tntrr lanjtlg into the t'dt. iNoW these
r? fjjTivftut facte; aud the Cist queSi
'inl c( ura is, where do these not a
come from,' and why are the fcLavers to
eager to rntr into the tiadeV . A-
Terrible Fight at the Mouth of the
OFFICIAL IiHrVTCH from GH. Mcl'LEU.W !
Latest from Gen. Banks' Army !
FROM PITT8BBURG LANDING!
Latest Europcaa Intelligence !
Wahhixotom, May 7.
The following has been received at the
War Department :
Heaik,i.'aiiterh Army op the Potomac
Willtamsbuik;, May 0, 1802.
lo Hon. M. Wanton, S-cr clary of War:
I have the pleasure to announce the
occupation of this place as the result of
me nant-iougni action oi yesterday.
The fact of General Hancock's brilliatt
engagement yesterday afternoon was to
turn the left of their line of works. He
was strongly reinforced, and tiro enemy
aoanuoneu the. entire position during the
night, leaving all his sick.
Yesterday's fight was very severe, we
lose some .'100 uninjured prisoners and
more than 100 wounded prisoners. Their
Joss in killed is heavy. I have sent cav
alry in pursuit. The conduct of our
men has been excellent with scarcely an
: The enemy s works were very exten
ive and exceedingly strong, Ioth in re
spect to their position and the works
themselves. Our loss was heavy in (Jen.
Hooker's division, but very little on oth
er parts of the lield.
cn. Hancocks success was gained
with a loss of not over 20 killed and
wounded. The weather is good to-day,
but there is great difhcultyin getting up
toou on account ot tlie roads; very lew
wagons have as yet come tip. Am I au
thorized to follow the example of other
Generals, and direct the names of battles
to be placed on tha colors of- regiments.
We have other battles to fight before
i Signed. (J. 1J. McCLELLAjS",
i Maj. Gen. Com.
Wii.LrAiisnURO, Va.', May (i.
2'v Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War:
, Every hour proves our victory more
complete. The enemy's loss is great, es
pecially in officers. I have ju6t heard of
livepioreof their guns being captured.
Prisoners arc constantly arriving.
1 Gko. 15. McCl.tiLLAN,
i Major-General Commanding.
i Wii.LiAMSBCiio, Va., May 7. The ene
my evacuated this place and their works
in front last night. Their rear guard
passed through about six o'clock. At
nine o'clock Gen. McClellan and escort
entered the towu and took possession.
About one hundred and iifty of the ene
my's wounded were left behind without
rations, medicines, or surgeons. They
also left a number of their dead un
buried. All of our wounded in yesterday's en
gagement, who fill into their hands,
were left behind.
Col. Dwight of the Excelsior brigade,
who was severely wounded and taken
prisoner, was also left.
In the engagement yesterday the enemy
i i General Ilickctta was killed.
i Tho enemy had a force here yesterday
of50,G0Umen, and only decided toevacu
ate after the brilliant bayonet charge of
(The majority of the white inhabitants
The number of the enemy now in our
hands will reach about 1,000, including
in the wounded.
New Yoek, May 7. Private advicea
state that General Tanks' army was still
at Newmarket, waiting for forage and
provisions. Among tho passengers on
the Persia were Minister Cameron, Pay
ard Taylor, and Pishop Lewis, of Onta
rio. She has $.SO(I,0(X) in specie.
Advices from General Iiurnside's di
vision (dates that a regiment of North
Carolinians lias been organized, Captain
Potter, of General Foster's staff, being
1 Two companies of our troops Lad left
for Washington, N. C, to form a nucleus
of tliH regiment.
i Large numbers of Union men had vol
untarily came and took the oath of alle
giance, and they will be armed and
equipped by General Purnside to defend
their homes against the rebels. Our
troops have captured hortefl enough to
mount two companies of cavalry, aud
they frequently make dashes among the
addlllortu) by the Columbia,
Nkw York, May 7. On the 2.rith a fag
.f trui e was sent to Com. Porter ahking
conditions for surrender, to which Porter
replied, "No conditions." Our Hag now
waves over tho custom house.
An American war steamer reports cap
turing three rebel Fteamers, and sent them
to Key West, and i based another into
Twenty mortar aud three gunboats Here
enp aged against the forts, Silencing thein
after mx days' incessant tiring. The
i hairs across the river were removed by
our gunboat. . The rebels sent tire rafts
down the river, but they did little dam
ago. . They set lire U tha Hartford, but
it was Pirfdily trvi;hsd. - '
The Vvrona and th iron-clad tUaiuer
WrUter L.au a fy Undid ag af eiAtbt, the
Webster running. into the Verona and
sinking her, but before going tinder, the
Verona's crew poured in a volley of eight
guns, so destructively crushing, that
both the Webster and " nona went down
Arrangements for th surreuder were
to be made on the :17th, the day after the
despakh. The ram Manassas was sunk
by the steamship Mississippi.
Our forces sent a small boat to the fire
rafts, and towed them out of the way be
fore they could do any harm. The rebel
loss is unknown.
Ti Hume C"ii-'?polideli' '.
It is known here that a secret organiza
tion exists at Dubuque, Iowa, to resist
the collection of Federal taxes. The
ringleaders in this movement are known
to the Government, and its eye is upon
The Tribune learns that David Forbes,
a prominent citizen of Falmouth, wa9
yesterday arrested as a spy. The evi
dence is said to be very strong against
Nr. w m a k k kt, V A ., May 7. Yesterday
evening aletachmenl of the Ninth New
York Cavalry ruado a recounoissancc to
wards Harrisonburg. When five miles
fhis side of Harrisonburg they encoun
tered upwards of two hundred of Ash
by's cavalry. They charged upon them
and pressed them within two miles of
the town, killing ten rebels and taking
Six prisoners. Our loss was cuo killed
and our battalion Adjutant taken pris
oner, ihc work on our side was done
with the sabre-j and was a very gallant
An ollicer from Mount Jackson this
morning says the guard at the bridge
near the town reports that the guerilla
cavalry attempted to burn the bridge last
night, but were repulsed.
CnrcAr.o, May 7. The Times special
from Cairo says : Py an arrive! from
Fort Heary wo learn that it is probable
that not less than two hundred of the
Nebraska cavalry were captured in tho
recent skirmish with the rebels, who
were under Clay King instead of delf.
Ihoiupson, as first reported. The affair
occurred twelve miles west of Fort llei
nian. on the opposite side of the river
from l1 oil Henry. A strong force has
been sent ia pursuit of the rebels.
Iittmon of the evacuation of Corinth
and its occupation by Ihc Federals is re
ported br every arrival. ' Deserters sav
there is no doubt that J5eaure"ard is still
holding his forces in line of battle and
gradually falling back on Grand .1 unc
tion. lh'! opinion gains ground that
there will be no general engagement be
tween t lit two armies at their present
position." . . . ,
Tcn"i.i''' I; ink. So" -a .e te'linc at '.'.- ! 4(1 V ct. d,K
Ceorgii ! I i'.Miti' 40 46 '
Somb Carolina itud Alabama 411 " 4a
Virg.ni und Xnrtb Carolina 46" Ml '
I duo, Ind iin.'i nnd Ji'Mitunlcy 1!" b '
f . S. Tn-aKUiy .il' ". .. .... a i "
i 4i-1 hive, rat' s are lor poUI.
f The Hank of WecLTnoneB-'in l au vn ptiou to Ibr.
nliove CjU'itilion". nlf linT-bein mart" at 60 f rt.
d :"i;i.t Tor (."iu.
Against loss or damage by lire or the
perils of NAvirtATiov, can be obtained at
the Insurace Office of
W. J. MA UK,
No. J Cou.r.oK Sn.Ktr,
.Opposite the "Sewanee House.")
II LOCK Tift,
ANVILS, AX L KS.
Sheet, Bar and Hoop Iron, assorted,
Copper and Copper Bottoms, "
Galvanized Copper Wire,
VAfl.", PLOWS nud l'l.oV llANIit.K.-i, bl't-UY
SHArlS, K'd'i:, HAflf; fN'il and TWIXK,
J. I! Tf.-.CrVid r t.ie p. II, ..nd .,r .x'e by
41 Harl.ri Mrn'i
S 1ST U F 1.
,uT p.i ( k:v i-.j),
lb, I'gilLH- f-'QUAKE,
ut)7-lw Clt.lKK A. Willi I. V.
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Of 1 ttl U'HKI "UA I'Ht I'
JJrJ tin IVmwl .iitni'iit unit tnr ivil
CflKRKV JjrKKtl.S, will' Ue rmipi!y Hied.
Onlcr-H Ifft ht Ll). vur.l i 'i tX i- U 4 1 1 . I I. I i a ! tVh
PnnH D I. ICKi:V9 AkCIII.
No. llil Main ,fctrt,
t'IM IrVAATI, .
KFKI - Kni Uiitij uii l.iud a hit ge 4p.!yof Mrm
aud tiriKB and iii rmo Silver Miliuiy U.uid lu
a'rxmvuta. bi,4i bo an oner al low .ru-- a any
ucm own', "t I--J -; oy uaii or l.Mf.-j prompt
al'.' tidrd lu.
I HAVE Jt'KT nv-iyI a ouaif(i,mtrrl of u'W and
fnli Ambroljrp.) aud l'bolo;'ipb DiateruU, 14 be
r-ild id kvl al Iwiu J- prir-a, n urca added,
apiti-lm . bLK.S, Marknl alrfrit.
HORACE II. HARRISON
K CKLAR KHtUT,
...NAKU VIU.K, TTVN-
ROBERT 31 AlTLAND CO.
General Commission Merchants
f " - , : t ' t!
63 and C5, Beaver Street, and 20 Exchange
' : Place, ' ' ' ' " '
.May 6, IMS. ,
ON tti. mtit or lb 8th ilnf, 1H12, In Nashville,
Ti'ini., tl.o fiil'nwiinj lc:ribet p'lwmvrt, vs :
(J. H liL'IiS.i'N',,;!,! 2 yarn ; blue ryes, blurlt
tiuir, 1 f'" l in In s U'gli, ami wi iglif l.'iO Ib. I.ir
cenv. JAMK4 JONCS, iirci iU yum ; lilu.- iyi", IirIiI an
tun u hair, b ff l 10 nidu s lrgb,nl welgli l.'iO lUi.
UV. ik'iK WHI1K, ((! .",1 yi-ars : lil'ie rjn, anliirn
liair, j IV.'i i;4 u n la'.s ln(;b, nJ tttlii li.i li.s. ljir
Ofiiy. J. I'. KATES, nifoil 21 yar ; llim fy. shIhiib linlr,
6 fia 7 ' iaolie liili,nnj wiikIi l:iM ilm ltrneny .
IHJCK IIKNRV, URi'il ao yari ; lilno ryes, auburn
bir, & fi'i-l C, iiii lu g liili, ami wrijili.s Ki j lbs.
TdM SMITli. ngi'd JHyi-nrs; lilni' rycr, auburii liair,
5 (' t t incli'i li (,li, iuiJ wiMybe Hi lbs Murder.
JAMl'.-t CDNl.KV, aitfil JO veuM ; bbi i'-', blin k
hair, 6 fVyt H liii'lipj tiili, ana wiil g Iti lb M ir
.;! I N" 111.1 .ON, hk. IS yc.irg: bin'1 eyi s, unburn
h:nr, "x tniirW'Mj . .I l'e.-l 0 lur.lirg Ingli, mid p tbs lu
Ii A. i Al'l.ICI.Y, nRpd 27 yi'iiM : bin" i y h, Ii'u,,k
bii r,.j f'i;t iuelies high, !id virilis J.'ii lb.". Mur
JAMES SAMI'l.KS, ivsjrvl 2i ypnr.- ; blun ry, bl.i.;k
liu.r, f lV"t h'i luclicn liif;li,aiid w l;ln l.'i.i lbs.-,
.1. if. Ki5s, ni;fd 3 ynnra : tilin- ey n.nubnrn Imir,
. U'i't b'i inilw high ; und wcilif 16 j lu-;. Murdrr.
C1IAKI.F.H S. WAI.TIIS, nl-J Jj yarg ; dink bluo
eyes, auburn hair, fi I'.-et ;t iiicIm s hi(.;li, tind wiglm
13D lb?. l.irceny. i
ti- Will pay It liheral Hcwurd Inr the iiiiiiretii'iHicB
and didlvery lu um of ho ubov-nn 1 priMinen. or
any mie of lliein,:it lliP County .la d o! lavld-"i' 'nunty.
JA.MI'. M. II IM1IX,
inay7-?,t Jielor of Jividn County.
GROWTH OF 1861.
FRESH Sri'PLIITa of tb,.ne imt reliable BKSDH
riM eived bj( vho BubsiTibc.-, Ag"Ut r tb'dr m!e
I.AVimKTirS RfiUISTER AND ALMANAC fr .lis
tributioii, iiratih, by
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OAN'AKY HSBH, , USAliK OUAM.K St.KI),
(iLASri AItK, , ,SIONK WAl'.K, A. .,
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On MurUot Kt., o.u)ait I'nlon , Kglhirt:!.
BOOTS AND SHOES
No. 15 Union Street. .
Wholesale and Retail.
Jii-t rweivd, by AdaiiiB' Expusa, p. larg aim k ol
LADIES', MISSES, $ CHILDREN'S
Of. bet Philodelidna make.
tiOTXON VA HUS lor tale by the down,
ap- lm i . . '
New Dry Goods Store.
I have jus-t received from lint riiut an ontlroly in w
and elepmil ito'-lc of
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''' in -ii ! III part,
CAI.IOOFS, GINf.IIAM.-4, IJAREfJES, DE
LAINES, ' AND FANCY DRESS
. (JOOD3; IRISH LINENS
UOOf SKIRTS, NEEDLES, PINS,
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bv Xoi k an .
Mar!.ct t'et, 2 1 door below Vnion,
-I 1 mi oppukito Wuta-iu iluufcf.
1 1 Y t irlno of a Vivhiiiom Kximmih, lo im at a j - ti(,
II and d.l-ii..l Ifm Hi ..i,nrul ! 1'ip'ult Cuiot
oi Hh iiIk.iu (ounty , Ti-mi' iwe, at na Man Ii T'-rni,
lxi,1 to public Mali', lo tie; tuxlu-Ki bid-
il -r, lor t;i b, ut tha Court ll.io Yurd, in ilo- tiiy id
Ndiv;lli', on yal in duy, tbi' 7lb d.iy of Juuc, I Mil, a'
0i rl l.t. lull'. Claim, nit vi t and I'.'t.iU', Im h ('. .
WINttfoN thru bad, or may Imvea iiir jii qnli ml, m
and to tbi tollowuiK U'-t;i iO d lot ol Kionnd, lyiny iu
Hi t'ilr Of Natlivillr, la i1m.ii u n i , , T.-unr.ns.i ;
Lot No 111, knovtii u liirmw'a Urnv.-, a-4 mt Hain.
Wi-iiklry' hurvty of H'ZIkUto.1 In U.-iBicr ii
Oilier, B'.k V, I'hk" V4!, bryiuniiiif ut llir Js.iiUiirn
rorurr of aid U,t, at Ibe fiit. m:lion of Mulberry und
llmli Ktr t , ruuiiiiiR thriicp oq tbr IUl ,. (Jf p, h
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No. 72 North Market St ,
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