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NASIIVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 10. 18G2
7 B. B. CONTIOR & BEO.,
NO. t COU.JCOE 8TUKCT.
New Ntock Just received mat for iU
low la close ovtl Consignments.
OHM Bl8. ril, fvr i)e by
eiUU P CONNOR
doj.b 3AI.T, for Bale, by
CONNOR fc flKO.
CONNOR k DRO.
CONNOR k ltKO.
r;f coiii noi'K, rHri.: by
bbli Coal OIL, Utr Bale by
half bbli. Co! Oil., oVsaleby
1 4tn IllUMjM.S, for ail by
rC" boind SOAI. tor by
CONNOR & BUO.
boxen PTAitCH, for sale by
CONNOR 4 BKO.
If) cheat TEA, for aalo by
CONNOR A BUO
1 O half chest TEA, for salo by
1 O cad If TEA, fur tale y
1 f boies Tcl POWDKRd, lor sale by
lVj apS CONNOR BKO.
Q caBkB HODA, lor aai by
CONNOR A BRO.
inni MATCHKS, for sale by
1UU apS CONNOR BRO.
OfT bones War CANDI.fcy, for Bute by
SO apt CONNOR BRO
ben COKKkJi, for .lo by
bb!n. VINKOAR, f .r falo iy
JQklU SALMON, f .r Bile by
Qf. kila MACKKRKh.for fe by
CONNOR A BKO.
rfkila HKKRiNti, for aalVby"
O kits MlAl), "for HsTe by
CONNOR 4 BRO.
CONNOR i BKO.'
19 bnl,jTR0UTi ,or ,lllp
CONNOR A fiUo.
bbla. M ACKF.RKJ,, for Bit's by
1U Bp 8
tors wur. a w.o.
4 bhis. ClliKR," lor wile by
U" ' bosiVdried HKKlNij, fur sale by
) p8 , - , CONNOR BKO.
r boin pnod tValed, It tnlo by
CONNOR. 4. BUO.
gQ kiB NAILS, fur silo by
bbt Crimbed St'etr, ir itUe by
CON NOR Jk BKO.
1 Stf u;lSs MKAl., forsatn by
LwJ up 8
CONNOR A BRO.
bbl HOCR, for Niio ry
CONNOR A Ui:0.
O f a'k,, HAMrf, for by
L Bp 8
fS( raitWii HllKH, for Je by
J Bp 8
CON NO ' A BKO.
CONNOR 4 RUO.
. i f f-iM. fl BOTATOES, for by
J,JJ p8 J C'JNNOK BKO.
' fr l)H( fre.li Ourdm( l'.FJt, for tilfl by
JiU ap 8 CONNOR A BKO.
bbls Ouion SET, for b! by
CONNOR A BKO.
iLI rii of (IuoiIh, which w will clo.o out low, t
oar oM .UnI, No. 6 Colloge irt-ni.
l, 8 B. . CONNOR A fiKO.
TEWESSEE 113VEY TAKEN AT PAR !
"'RKAT mWlAIVS la Cigarit, Tobucco, Btpeti, unl
VT vrr thinfr in lhat line, will D Minn cnrap ht
bax;o, ol ull gradei, I gurauKe t Bull clifn
t!ie rhiMipral. . .
Si.tlnra aad Mfrcbautu will do w.ll t K'vf.
1'iIII.I.Il' K AOI.'R,
No. a CVub'He Wtrrt,
Jnl 11-lm Scwiineu Houio HnibbuK.
M. Mo rffaiifc tern
U reinoved frotn bin old aUiid o U irket fttri-et
fto. ll Union Siren,
Wlieru he wi'J keep a full afaortuient ol
Ltdlci Qantlctnen't WicV ftni Childrom
IsQf the Best Make & Fiuest Quality.
i-Cu.lJin Wurk ueuily eieeuled.-fc
A,r.l 29, mi. 2L
Committed to Jail
vir nuvi.lmwi Count. Trim.. April iT.l'i'ii.a no
(J cro rnan, who ua'ya ma name Is OKOKOK, aud
. ... I. heioiui to I l I.li d.-il.'T, of W Hum i-ouiily ,
. .j alHiul 3i ver ; ei y black : B feet 8 n.i li
high 1 weiitlia about tfto or 1UJ pouinli. Tba cwovr
y, re-loenoM i--Mir. ii i m v., , . ... , .-.
1 K ' J . IIINloN,
U. IV" 1 Htieriif and Jailor t'f I' '.
Committed to Jail
V n.tl.lsm foilli'r . Teuil-. Al'iil .1. iw., a ue
ir mui. who Hlli 4 liM 11 lln i m l.'li.HI , ill i
...ii ... Iul.. ilea lo Jo. lk.daoll.il lliAillnill loniny
age itUO'v iJO or . . -. - -
o iuiicU ; Biovuka. T'ioOuer i. rniii--iel l 'lie
....I iirole oioil-rl. mui iivi .iiuiii", u'i
" 1 i u invr. iv
u . Ill II" 1,
Miei..rnd J.nlor of II C.
Committed to Jail
riAvil.en County, Tinn , Mv 1, a ueri
...an who ''I' name Ii l W aa l .a) H !!
. j. i jm to Zi b. ILnrl.of W ia--n f'ouaty, h ui :
i . i ..ri : weii-t.a aimi t 1 r or ikuid la : ool
. ki...L - i.-r on rmlit rli.ek bum-, wid t J b. tfono
. k.,k Vrim b" iIW4 lu he. In b ; drew-d
. . j-lotl.e. bin k wool oat Tti ooer a
.lod H lor-I '2''rMl
. Ul -r"r4A M!,ITif,
' "IU MiS a4 J Mf o U C
INBrnr(lni witti law in m:b cajch, tnaJo nn1 -ru-Tidol.
I will oi hi nr.d bid. Ian election on tli lourtli
lliurrdHy, bring the 4AI day of May ncit, for Judiv.
of the Criminal, Circuit, and Omuvtj Court), and
alwi for Judiie of thn Hupr.nia Court for tlie Ka.ti-rn
DitIhIoii o! tlie SUi, n tin Couiily, and the lol
lowing pcraoiis liavo Im i-u BVri"'"1,,1, bo1 are brreliy
required f) art ns Ju'li;ce, cicrkx, and Beci lTi-m of
vol.g at puld flTtton,' in tbe variixm wrd and dm
ti lew, ax fillowi, to w it : .
Kirt KlinRioi. i ! !
Ikt WaHn. A b'li Vh'idk, Joldi Oilfrtrt an l John
rfoojwr, .lurtfr; Charfc'S tjayvr and John FiiIk,
CI'Tka: Win. Kuniiton. lUfi-lrer.
2nd Ward. tteo. t' lfmin, Win. Townii.n l and W.
P. iKiwnn, JmlgoB; K. Ioug hs, Jr., and Kin. ii Krvin,
Cl' rlcH; (.. M. TuomaH, K'u or. ,
uHli WaHD. Andrew And.rron, U. W Punlenand'
T.ewia I.iDlt r Jnlgor; ll'i;junli .Well' r, Jr., atd,
Biobard Korbifi, ClorkB, John U'ldlr'-:,'K"ceiv)r. '
4tm Waro Milton CiM'krell, K. 1.. CenhBw and
fwlB Hull, JuiIkps; J. T. )'.rowo ntid Robert I'atU.T
bob. Clerk; Jo L. Uyan, ltec-ivfr.
Mi w.rd .i. . (V.lt-mao, W. If . f tnmnnr and Wn.
H. Cbcaliiam, JnW' t; John (Vd' ioti) and lioljt. dink,
Clerkp; W. C. llt:n, Rocnver,
6th WabD Vhb Biineli, Il.ory ilb Hbd Jweph
Clerks: A. W. 1'yt'fl, KfcM?T. -
Fruncia .tiifltH .Tioil.. .tiirri. nnil It it . WoimIm.
7ta WiKD. AmnriwitJwen, v. furl and J snn-
kard, Jiirig-; Wm. ftile and V K Cvrbltt,trk; N.
V. Corhitt, liei-eiviT.
9tii Witii, Frank Harmon, m. nlKrB and Jn.
M. Murk, Judg'i; A V. ('kipwilh and John Mcrvwan,
Ckrki; llni-li Carroll, Roctiver.
fieoo.Mi Iitiit(T. lloraiio llilf, lloRatl and
reward Wlnlwrrlh, Judges; J. 1. Iioreb, Tliompnon
iiiKfiiu. Cl?rki Jolm Alletr, lieoeivr. -
HiiHb innnirr. n. nrrot, j. r. ruguamu. nnn-
worta Judges ;L. Ci,rllun and John Old, Jt-rk; U.
Mi Wliwler, KfCiju-cr.
Foi'kth liiBTKicr. Wf iifbt, (Jr. n. (jicavc and w.
C. iKidson, Jtwlj;eH, Uaiin W ri'bt und V Newton Ilink
loy , ClrkB; K'ljali CicjI. Ttori lver.
l irra lwiin. J. aimu ii;e, A. e. i.riB.waci ana
J. J.' I). U. t-hnmaU', Judder; W. t arlwriht, J. '(,'.
i!obfit, Clwika; T. A. lurrl, Keel w. -
hiiTii Difnmn. W. p. Turner, j. iiinvn an t J.
liollowav. .IikIl-k: J. V i'linull aiid II. Wbitljitt.
ClerkH; ,. Tliomp.in, R reiver.
tvkMM I'lfixiCT J. L. iii.hr, pi., coaH look ana
t. H. ItiL-lcy .ij(licn; I,. II. Uijjb-y iud N. Wbitt.'limn,
H-i k.; J. V . Higley, Bei-eiver.
ioiitm IhKTinqr Q. W. 8r"iln, Klojed II. Owen
and 1'. 8. Wallt r, Jud.-n; B. If. Kamiiry, and W. T,
Holt, Clerkx; . "eniiey, lO-cclviT.
Nmril K.hTKHT. K. Ii. Rain. Tliomiw B. JoIidhoii
aiid W. T. Mixiro, Jud.;i; Wm Whltsoll and J.miusf T
I'uttDrwiD, l letkF; H . w, i v ie, iw-ceiver .
Tkhth ! isTRU r 11. U. N-alra. t.. K. unuier and 5
Piiopaon. Jtid'i Omrad I' Wit and K. (rtlbvrl,CIrki-;
Jin. II. S'oung. Ki-cclver.
Klkvimii Ii.Tiii-r. Win. Kdmlfton, W. P. Turner
and John Jolinn, Judgtn; II. C. II'. O'Neill and Win.
Morgan, I'lerkK, J JbU l. Murrey, lwiver.
Tkii-thIIiiict. K. K" InividHon. . K. walkiua
and Jesney Jordiin, Snd'.wi H. C. Ilavidton mxl Win.
fordan Clerku; IV. l)iiiilHou, Jterelver
1 !( iBTKKATII l'11'TIIRT. lr. nilUFUIl. rltl I
kins an I Carroll Oowi-r, Jmlpi : MueCub'er aud l'eter
Jl It, Clorki ; 8. Clmndii r, Ui-n ivi-r.
roi BTrrJT i I)isik:t. J. .. ureen, ii.ib. .iiwm
ami Yi T. Orrer, JuiIkw; T, Ii. I-ovell and J. L. lillu
bnnly, Clerkh- Ooorgo Bryant. Ri-cclver.
I ihi.bntii Ihj-ikk r. CLiircli AndiTSoUjT M. I'nt-ten-oii
mid John llusU,.Inds,s;.lidiii CiTly and II. K.
Myers, Clerka; l.enrgo lUinleU, lb-cei vir
MXiKmiH MaTMfcrr. 1 . 1. t'iii!n, J. vrinijt mil c.
Hiiiniltou. Sr.. Jiuli,'.!; W. I.. Il vjarly aud T. Vlior-
tlum.Clnkr;; E. B. Uum 'e.tt,rc-tivir.
Skvkmiiimii IU.-.THicr. .). u l'vin, l. A. Miarit
and J. B. Cuuliuld, Jud'ot ; Klliiri Noiri. aud Kcujuniiu
Kurrar.t li'rk; and W.J. "rrn'ton Itin-iver,
KIOIIIEKKTH- IIU1BH.T. l. lrilLliriK, A. v. wuiie
and .'.uar l.illuia, Ju.ln''-. , I'. Mm .lid J. rm:l,
Clerkn;and .1. !. Kiihm.-ii, ..fi!i(i .
N'netiHiilh DiHrifl w. H. lluniicn. jonn layior,
tnddco. A. NoNon. JiM;;fn; Uirliiird hrrug-TKBnd ii.
B lrave,Cliirka: H. II. l'Tiy, Hee.idvcr
TwontK'll) Ihmricl. u. . niiiaenH're, win. i.inou
and Ja.SHitt, .ludT' s; .1. V. Bj in wnd J.N. 4rfrw) ,
Cli-rkH; II. Moil, y , Kreier.
TwintvtirHl Oistnol-l. l. allnlerg, w. n. i.
lug mid (le M'jv II. .Iinl!i A; l. 1". Limicr and Q. I'.
t yT i Iitwi. ; invid i.uuii'1 , it-" :vrr.
Twenty Nrond lnslrn'l .V V. Bowi rx, A. r.
Hiaw mi'i ii A. i-i.li r, Jii ;'e-i, .run' 3 Wubln-r luid
J. o. I'.wu.if. I I iU ; Wm. Mi v , l'eoeivi r.
TW'-mv-lliud Ois.i iit. l'. Abcrtntliy, H. Diakw
and liniK. H.ior, .In . I. HaH-on anlll. t .
Iir.ike, , , kv; W. H Young. K'vi iver.
Iw.niy I nirili I ill net h . . hnriMuiuu. ' .. i.a-
nier und I'. I! li iireit., Jiul.n- rani lliHiinken and
H'. A. Kulgbt, I'iiks ; and A. O. Gdrrrtt, I'ee-iv T .
Twelll Kii'tli 1 1" . 1 1 let. Mil AnitlT'Oll.W. K llVd'J
und tiro. Bun h. Ju-'i.." , .1 iiri' Impkins ai d .1 I'.
jli'li", ler'k; W,n t i i 'h ller"iver.
Aj.nl S:j-l't 1'uvilnn Omti'y
FLAGS! FLAGS!! FLAGS!!!
Or1 Al.I. K rSI'S AMI IKS. ci-i lie bad at
ap iU-tl LUCK'.S b lulou t i.
SOMETHING NEW I
Jiml rccolTcd at ('i.-ra' Onllerr. tlw Photocraplin
Album of dillereiil Htvlea and UatU'rn--, holding IVom
k:x lo tattv pii ture.i a nn'nt ueautilul oruaioiiui lor mo
pailur. :li aud ae Ilieiu. ap'JU lm
Notice lo rrmuuf Itcitlrliis to hlili
i.oo1n. Warca r Merhandl
to Nashville- und Oilier l'Uers in
All pt-rpon dt-siriiiK to Bliip gooJa
wares or ini-rcliaudise to Nashfillo, and
other ilaie in Tennessee, are hereby
notified that the applicant must pplj
to Messrs. A. V. S. Lindslkv, or Kdwauu
H. Kant, at Nashville, or 0. 15. Elackjian,
ol Clitrkfville, vi ho n ill, opun the upplieaii
conioljins -with the requirementa of Con-
.a .nil Iia i rot rlli'i f an. t( IllA Kwi'l
i .jo m.. ..w - ... ... . - -
tary of the Treasury grant said permits.
And all persona are .hereby notilied that
no goods of any description whatever
will be shipped from any port outside of
this !State, t any port within this Stale,
unless the applicant exhibits to the Sur
veyor of the port from which the joods
are to bo shipped, written recommen
dation of tlie gentlemen above nnnicd.
It. 'U1 I'll In.
We ciiiniiieiul this article of the C'on-
utihition to those rebels who contend for
the sovereignty of a State, in all thing.
Tin I'uv-rin n.iv, will tbn ln id i!ie
Uniii'il siu'i-4 w tiic'i io4 l- tit ule in piir-n-
Kll1 in. r':o!, HUM. to. iiir, hC
I'KtVk lw n l ii i: l.AM; utiil lln J nli-s iu
rti iv Mil'' -liill ! I.i.unj iIk re -y, Anv-
tiiino i rar; (.'on-TiTi rios d Laws anv
Taikto fiiKC 'Miir.v wnrw miT .-io... '
I'tM il (V-ii'eiM.i. Art. VI, smi" 'J.
, Many of those blockheads w ho are
forever bUbblinj; about the C&ustitution,
don't kuir Hut thr U i-h a iUuj
T i: II M S :
Imih C.iioN, per aamun
TaiWBrhir 1'mo, -er annnm, ...
Wkki.y Umiiw, p'r annum..-
UATIIS (tV ADViiUTlSINO
(tiv u oa i ei to ioNhTrn n eji j b.)
oe qOnre, 1 day 1 00 rli a-iddunal llirt.oii f M
' " 1 wm k, 3 W ne'i jdh iniml qnre 160
" " 3 " 4 Ji " I 00
" I nioiit'u 0.I " ' 3 00
)' 't " ft 00 ' ' " 4 60
' " " 12 00 '' " " & Oil
' " " ft 18 0' " 8 00
.. jj .i -e; ay .. .. I!) oo
( iiij ii nhf
Ve &ttiv, one year. 0 each al(itional Bquitre (10
A'ntl'.:i note, mut bo given to tai.e out and aV p
dv.trtlMfrnent! of yearly BdvurlSijin heforu thu year
ipiii'K. ntbei'lne wo Kimil clmrso till doen.
Ki rt-utrant of yesrly adwerliai'inenta will be diieoo
vmted without fircrionB nnltee. to u, cgr wfil any
mf be ma.le lor li than one year at tha yearly
- Advertlwra ezeeading tb ipaee con
.TCted for will be charged for the exceu."
SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1862.
, I'artieular Notice.
Correspondents will confer a great
favor on us by leaving their communica
tions for inspection at our leisure. We
have no timo to hear communications
read over by their author. We are al
ways glad to hear from any ono who has
a fact to impart or a thought to suggest,
and hope to hear often from those who
can contribute to the public information.
I.lvtof Cieii. Ifofcpititltt Ht ISaauvlll.
i No. 1., lttind Asylum, College Hill, In
charge Surg. Failor .
No. 2 it 3. University Huilding, Col-
letre Hill, in chanvc Krig. Surg. Thurston.
Xo. 1. Howard High School, College
1.1 ill, in charge Assist. Surg. Weeds U. 8. A.
No. T. State Armory liuilding near
Med. College in charge Assist. Surg.
No. fi. Meredith Building, College St.
above Droad. in charge of Surg. Hassott.
No. 7. College 'St. between Church
and Droad In charge Surg, l'irth-.
No, 8. Johnston Building, Cedar St
opposite Commercial Hotel, in chargt
No. 9. Market St. North of Square, in
charge Surg. Skcer.
No. 10. Convalescent Barracks, Col
lege Hill, in charge Surg. Simpson.
No. 11. Test House, Bucnna Vista
li1 au. o miles uown liiver. in cnarge.
L. D. Hogle M. 1).
No. VI. Masonic Hall Hospital, in
charge of Ahs. Surgeon Chase.
First Michigan Mecanics and Knj:i
neers, Chattanooga Depot, in charge
Fifty First Ohio, Female Academy
Building, Church St., in charge Surg.
Woodworth. K Swift.
Surgeon IT. S. A., Med. Director.
We take the following interesting sketch
of one of the, great gods of the rebellion
from a letter to a New York paper writ
ten from Commander Foote's flotilla.
The sketch agrees exactly with a de
scription of Floyd given us by one of the
most respectable merchants in Southern
Kentucky. What sort of a cause must
that be where authors aud leaders are
repudiators like Davis, coiunimou thieves
likcJudah Benjamin, public plunderers
like, Cobb and common swindlers like
llomr . rtclHllii i I John II.
Considerable auiuicment has bo-en fur
nished us on the flotilla by mi old copy
of 'lh' lli'hui"nd Va.J Examiner, contain
ing an editorial on John B. Floyd, in
which he is lueiitiuimd at "the hero of
thirty battles." I never knew a Kich
uioiid paper to be wittingly guilty of a
joke of aiiyfci i't; but that appellation
applied to I he, notorious fugacious thief
must certainly have been intended as a
jest. Floyd who nut only never had
any mariul success, but ran away fro in
alight whenever he had au opportunity
the "hero of thirty battles!" Is not
that exceedingly droll '.''
Spakingof Floyd reminds ineof what
a gentleman from Memphis, now on hi4
way there, told me of the unprincipled
en-Secretary's reputation in the ieinity
where he had lived for a number of years.
My informant wa travelling to Lynch
burg, Va., and discovered that Floyd
wasonths cars. Aftr arming at the
hod l, he found that the "distinguished
aud dovoted aon of the South," as the
lU-bel journals have dubbed him, was
also stopping there, and bo noticed, dur
iug the day, that alt the persons w ho call
ed oit or conveisrd with Liu wtie of the
uiixt ouprrpowitfiaiuf appearaucw, and
disgustingly coarse and profane in
speech. The gentleman remarked to the
proprietor of the hotel the singularity of
i loyd s associations, and wondered that
so important a personage should not at
tract a better class.
"The reason is. Sir." replied the land
lord, "that Floyd' is known here.' He
lived in Lynchburg a number of years.
and a greater scoundrel never escaped
the penitentiary, w here ho ought to have
been long ago. There arc hundreds of
men in the Bichmond prison- who are
honest compared with Iloyd. Lverbody
despises him in this city and county.
lie never had a transaction w ith any one,
lA'llrim tin rlirl rliiiaf .flnttint 4..
I . i
li n u 4 I
"He is an infamous liar and villain.
and never was anything else. Ho could j
ho would leave his watch as a pledge :
and if ho did that, I would believe the
watch stolen. He has swindled hun-
dreds of people in (his town, and he will
fin tli Aral inilirtr 4 a-Yitv onitnii T nm a
Stronrr advocate of Southern Riahfs
x. a v a v i ...Ju.w .vr v , t. Vft.tV . AiU
than a dozen of our best men will do it
" " i
good. Confound him, I hope the Yan-
Kees wm catch him and hang him; tor
no ucHcrvea 11.
4 hi un uier inquiry, iuo leuipiiis mer
chant learned that tho opinion the hotel-
iiropnetor had expressed of Floyd was
general, and that he was as much de
spised as a pickpocket or a thimble-rig-
srer. i llovd himself looked ouite venera
ble, but appeared careworn" and prema
turely old, with a stoop in his shoulders
(as if he had been trying to carry a small
portion of what he had stolen on his J
oacK,; ami a ve ry unprepossessing man-
ner. He, was generally quiet in manner
andrM.Vrnf. t,rrnw.intr .wi. 4K.
great scoundrels are usually silent, for
fear of exposing their principles or mis-
Whal Oo We Aak You to llo!
The rebel leaders, by violence, by
fraud and a gross usurpation of power,
revolutionized the Government of Ten
nessee, and declared her a member of
Jkkk. Davjm'u Confederacy. The Union
men, aided by that beneficent Federal
Government which never wronged any
ouo or robbed him of his rights, have ex
pelled the usurrw'is from the Capital.
Aud, now, People of Tennessee, what is
it that wc ask of you ? We otl'a" you no
chimera, hatched by some visionary
VU....C.-, o.ai... mj,
brain, no Utopian scheme of government
rin nour Ktnarimeni. iovimiii liv . enn
1 ... .
it l.il nn mnnirof l..-.4 n I .11 Win o air
simply that tue pkoplk come forward
and reorganize their old Government
The petijile never declared this State out
of the Union. It was the legerdemain of
jXilitiail fn'cJishr.i that placed us in the
Cotton Confederacy. Not until fraud
aud military power placed the ballot box
uadcr the feet of the oligarchs at I'ich
mond, was even the semblance of a voto
cast for secession in our borders. And
now-, merchants, farmers, tradesmen,
professional men and mechanic's of Nash
ville, is not your high privilege, as well
as your sacred duty, to attend the great
primary Convention hereon Monday, and
declare your adhesion to that Federal
Government which Jias protected you at
homo and abroad for eighty years, and
which never infringed upon the rights of
any individual within its jurisdiction!
It is a perilous thing to tamper and ex
periment with a government. Why, then,
should any one wish to dostroy a gov
ernment. which all admit to be good, and
substitute one whoso brief career has
been marked by despotism, tyranny and
intolerance t' utU !; itnjoaiUft in Ihe
roy nn tare thing, that a wiser awl b'tter
fim of ginmitnmt tlvin our present one can
It devi.ii'l. Tho form is perfect. Let tho
people comply with its provisions. Rev
olution by force may be all right in
monarchies, but in democracies or repub
lics thev are the hchtht of madness. In
inn former case, ti c rebellion is the op
rising of the people against unauthorized
rulers. In tlie latter caso t! a a mnuj
of (he pcy' AGAINST THKMLLVFS!
It is a national suicide. It is tho self
murder of a great nation. Whin the
.lews, in the days of the prophtd Saunul,
nM d that vi'ju i alili' man to give t tic m a
kinii, like the other nations, instead of
tlnir juilgi s, the venerable seer warn d
thi'tn that find would piitiih ill' 111 for
llo ir n irked and fio!ish request. And if
Pwe idly castaway the peail of self-guv-
5 i nun nl aud freedom upon the dunghill of
aristocracy, shall Hp not have cause to
fear the wrath of Heaven, as our n-sour-
ees, our opportunities, our interest, and
our theatre f.r national expansion are
UranJer, vaster and more diveisifled than
those of th people of Palestine ? We
appeal to you then, citiztna of Tennessef,
not to plan-hunters and office-seekers,
to aid in the restoration of popular gov- j
.riiu.ro, u, uoruen oi me common-
wealth. Who will dare iand back in I
this grr-t work C lennessee the birth-J
n'.,.. r . o.. k.:i.ki r.,,r.i ...j I
V. .IVtW.T , lllll Ul IKIll lt-1 llic milt I
i.ii ,i,f 4i .u .
J " "
for ono so faint-hearted.
'Who so bin would be a tav ?
W'ho wou'd be a traitor knare 7
Who wnu'J fill acowi'dt t'r..i
It blm turn and flee!'' '
.iic t-uiiva riant
General Dcmont informs us that hi8
victory over Morgan's banditti wan
VI 7 , -an we repor en
,,ot- " "". y- ' moets,
wounded a large nnmbcr, many of them I
fatally, and captured ISO prisoners, 250
i i I
IHrflPR. fi t (1 I. I Rf 1 IWl f . F Q Pill fl fail! I
' . " . . ' .
SPfilTM rtf I .An I fl i a n it s Ki..ni..H ;n I.... I
: ' ' ' " - .vw.
01 pernor Harris, was taken prisoner,
aiso, captain Harris, or " Uioodhoond "
advertiaempnt nntir e(c anrl a Mr
Fayne, of Laverne, who acted as guide
to the murderers of Capt. Wilson, who
was assassinated while on picket, ono
week after the arrival of our troops in
Nashville. We lost an astonishingly-
small number of men. The shield of
Providence seems to have been spread
over our gallant troops. The foe were
om. 800 itl uumber and wcli arnieti
, . . , . nn
whlle our force ' numbered but 620.
general iiumont whipped the l.ebela by
superior strategy and hard fighting.
We will furnish some highly interesting
cieiaus oi the ugh lo-morrow.
nrn. r aii.
ie jiouisviuo journal bjs mai us re-
cent letter from "Kirkwood" conveyed
the gratifying inlelligence'that the rebel
. . .i r nt- i
...v.uera .a icn.trasee, bouu, oi v,u,o..,
Cumberland, and Wayne counties in this
State, have been pretty effectually broken
up and dispersed. A correspondent of
the Cincinnati (favU states that Smith,
who atvturflt bf Outi Wolford'e de-
tachment, while in company with the
notorious Champ Fergiion, formerly of
Clinton county, Kentucky, caught a boy
i,Hi..l. a,.f V., .,4 tr. c;-
. ..... f" ' . '
I irl '"i ' tii'i'v
I out his entrails With their knives. i he
,: 4 a:. i.. '. . il.i 41...
IIUTIJI.niJI)U ID (U1B UUllilG WHS llin. tHO
boy's father was a Union man. The
slaughter of the malo shildreu of loyal
men is now a part of the programme of
Jeff. Davis's marauding agents in tho
mountain districts of Tennessee and
. , .... .,,
rvcnuicKy, as one uuvcr iiamiuon, a
State rights desperado of Jackson county,
Tcnncsrcc, mads the announcement in
Monroe county, Kentucky, about a month
ago, to a mother whose son he had butch
ered before her eyes, that he intended to
kill every Union man he could find, and
when he could not find men he would
This is a fair sample of the guerrilla
warfare which our Nashville rebels hope
to wage by the help of Morgan's maraud-
ing troops. Every tep which the rebel-
lion takes seems to be "down, down to
Hell," sinking still deeper in the foul
, , .. . ,
alotiuh of infamv and !uilt.
slouch of infamy and guilt.
What mighty memories invoke you,
Oh Tennesscans, to return !' tho Fetler
al Union ? Tho spirits of Jacksoh, of
(Ircnuv, of Willie, of I'or.K and of Cab-
i:oiJ,. And what men of the present in-
voke you to leave that noble and pow-
r i iii.- i t ir i -
eiful old Lnmn and join Jeff. Davis a
tottering and penniless confederacy?
Isham G. Harris, Rev. J. 11. Graves, the
Southern Methodist Publishing Houso,
anil the "Bloodhound." Hairi. and
MrNairy! If yo.i look at the k-U n
ran you hesitate one moment ?j
The lx.iiii4nlleJotir.al says that ' until
recently the nations of the earth didn't
know our power. We didn t know it
ourselves. We don't know it yet
half of it has not been put forth.''
Certainly wn do not know the power
which nearly thirty millions of intelli
gent and resolute firemen can put forth
in defsnse of their liberties and national
existence. It is as incalculable as
'l lie le'n; cut a ml lil
ii'tii mlaii .jl Ii md mi
The iiui wh will not rieit every
power that he ponsesue to rratoie the
aupit-macy of law and coiiatitoled lov-
1 "nmnt to Tf one , i a aioral nioq-
', a bruts, a dU iui.arnf.
A dispatch dated Maysvill, the 8Ui
inst., says :
'i C,s(o? of Mavsville, and Col.
Leonidas Metcalfe, of Nicholas county.
"'"S" uei to-day ono mile below
Dover, Ky., on the river bank. CastowaJ
i ,( . . .1 -
billed at the first fire, shot throngh th
nean. i ie weapons w ere Sharn'a r t es.
Lasto had tho first lire. Tho encounter
originated in political diniculf irs.
Col. Metcalfe is a strong Unionist and
took an active part in a Union meeting in
his vounty lately, which has attracted
much notice. We presume his antagonist
" m other side,
A Yorktow u letter to the Frovidene9
m fg lhlt ,he Up1mL( u?9
negroes imnrcssed into their
Two black fellows of Herculean frame
-1. . a .1 1 l al IT.. . .
"lro miw oc,u T l;n,on PM
m .. ..
iiwy were "armed ana equipped as th
law direets," and had a couple of gpW
did Knfield rifles, with a finer finish than
any of our arms.
The mother who poisons tho food Of
her babe, or stabs it with dagger,' or
drown wilh(nt remorse, ii a humans
I ..a ir.1 ....11 . . I . a.
"u rre moincr, compareu wiut
her who instils into the hearU of her
children the accursed poison of rcbej-'
lion, treason and civil war. !
At a Union meeting in Nicholas county,
Kentucky, recently, Col. Metcalf, of that
State, made a apeceh, in which occurred
the following paragraph :
"You can know everr traitor in the
I . .
Und as plainly as you eanyour hogs, by
iho ear mrks. They have a pass word.
wb,cLu1 J0? cn ow .l,,cm wel1 ia
the night as in the day time that word
. j MUiimidm Th., is the mm total of
I their arguments."
Kbckonino .Without Tiir.ia Host.
About one year ago .the New Orlitana
DulldlH ntjn(l ' following para-
K,8I'U cum:crmnS "ie UK8 w new
v'rru'ns ,ro our ,'ee,s ana rraJr;
iiiis treiucu uoiis torcc . oi anmiu
will conimeneo its march when every ro-
i nniiilA ia nremrer anil a 11 .ml ii..-f A
I - w.. IV
I this cannot bo aeeomnlinhnd fnr n.vrat
vein to iwmuv Iliora ia nn n,...au I o- f,..
I - 1
I J vl ..,v.....v. .w.
I i .. ; i-i .i
UB lV Veun.neu.a,; -pre parau onsior u,e.
I irrriuuii 4i iiiiicoin B ui;j nruij. - ' -
Tirir ri(iilous schemes for our eubiti-
gation show conclusively that they are
thoroughly alarmed and panio-atrickon.
" ft0U,U '' .f.'"u1. re?,,Sl
i an invasion irom a minion oi suoii rra-
Lieut. Loci W. IYikky, of Co. F, Fif- ,
ty eighth Regiment, Illinois Yoluntoer
Colonel Lynch, was killed at the battle)
of SWiloh. He was greatly estecmedl
I j . a I a . i rm a .
,nu l ,u,ler1 "-" ago lasu nday
there was an immense) concourse of Lis
fellow-citi.cns. In connection with hi
death, the following incident is narrated
by the limox:
A beautiful and lotiehinjf incident U
I connected w ith the manner in which Mra.
1 'u 1 V f" , , V (i1S(OV,;r V1
I w here her huaband had been buried opo
I.i , ..' . .
Vim naiiie-iieiii. isim visiten mo Held
armed with a pas from Gen. Halleck, but
no one could possibly inform her of the
place where he had been buried, as snc.R
a lirift iiointn'r. 4tf linlli frionl .ml f..
u,, hMi illlrrrei th(, ..round'
I .slm remained about half a day, and was'
about giving up in de-pair, wln-n she'1
t the dislai.ee of nearly half a
""le, a large dog coming rapidly toward
. ,. ' , ' ui, ... , , , J " "
hi r, which slie immediately renognued
as the Kauio which had accompanied her
husband to the war. He approached her
w ih the most intmso manifestations of
Uf ,"a "" Y indicated to he r, a
UjII)tIld follow him. She did no. and he-
led the way to a di-danl jiarl of the (IsM
and stopped heloie a single grave, frba
'; '' ' "I" ".!, and Ihew loimd
(,irHf(,;,a ,,, Matement of so.no of the'
that, at (ho timo Licufcnautr
1 'lie-U frll, this do;' wa by hiM', and
there, rem lined, lick ing hi woii'id. until
he wastdkeri fiuin Hi? lie-Id an 1 hune i.
lie then took hi staiii by the gnv
and nothing could induce him to ahan- '
Ion ii but lor a sulllrient b'liglhof time
rai Ii ilay to saii. ty hi luinger, until, by
some means, he was mad) awaro of the
prcm neij of I, is mibiress. Thu had fie
watched for twtlne days by the grave of
liis eJain master. Thi is certainly oae
of tlm most wonderful iiiitancr of ta- ,
nine sagacity on record. When the body i
wa being cmvcyod to tMi city, tin
wonderful animal took up his position by '
the box coatainio th remain and bo
persuasion could iad'Ji li.w U b ar,
unCI it arrival bere.