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Tie following Notices will bo cbHrgl Rt
tho rat'f nnnexf;d ; to be ii!1 for u7io?i im-
NVrn-'l f tea li:im f (A
.Mmaenr iiihtfi " " to
0iTt:ftT Ki.tk.'m or Trim tip or J:i-.-tf.t, when
6"t cxccrliiig twenty Lni a, 1 1 O'J ; ovi r lnn
t,m-l rn'tiT flUy, $ 00 ; uu.i fur a h a-lili-Lotial
line, ut I rule f 2Ji tin. jut lino.
AN.xorMcriiRMTi or ca.ii iimtm.
For Coi;m-t Orm ri 8 ('0
" Ktatr 10 (K)
" City ' 3 00
Cash rciuirrl iu adran :e for ull kdviTtifnif-Ma,
Bnlf by iivl nKrin-nt.
tf AiivirrHri-mi'iiH liiK;i t'-l In llm Iirul Colii.iio
charged at iliniatnirl iw.-nty cum p-r Im.
I tUri on trtriivwR mil nil remit. ancr mint 1-n
'lilrt-HVPil to the "rubliKlwrr ol tlic Xaxliville L'umn."
Cntnmuiitoailon a-nl I."tu.,r int-ml nl lor incerlion
muni b tt.l.ln-niie.J to 8. C. UKHCKH, K ill jr.
FIluAY MORNING, MAY 10, 18C2.
' I'lie Ilallroad i:rldc.
ji The Kallroad Bridge over the river at
H;n thia place ia progrt-Bsing rapidly, the
Uirti lutein span is nearly finished. Tlie
SRo'o V..jtern span waa commonced on Wed
nesday, and the draw priari on Tuesday.
fc-nJ All the materials for the structure are
$Vg expected to arrive Lure to-morrow. The
, , J number of hands employed is forty. Mr.
!' 1'ent, the contractor, intends to finish the
;JJ bridge by the 1st of June. The plan is
" tliat known as Home's. There will be a
Ci drawer and the general appearance will
be the name as before. This reparation
of the injury done by the rebel army and
Cl by CJov. Harris will be of vast benefit
Cj3 foour city ami the public. Thus step by
cn steP thcl'cderal Hag follows the retreating,
ot cowardly and disastrous rebel power and
' Dew repairs' tho injury and destruction it has
J"' brought upon the people.
Yv'o learn that a Mr. Ilogan, living near
iJ t the city, was arrested yesterday for cir
eulating "Urapc Vine" rebel dispatches.
K, ( V.'e hope some arrests of the panic port
. i pso viu uo inane not e aiming buiuu ui uui
!ri noisy and industrious rebels. They
i'I must learn that it is an unsafe business
BJ for a man to invent any calumny or start
iti ling report that may injure the Union
M cause, and prop the tottering cause of
!ij rebellion. Wo have had too much of
!j this abomniab'c work, and the police
J should seize these grape vine telegraphers
jj in their offices, in their counting-rooms,
(hij and on the street corners. A wretch
(kl who would try to excito the white popu-
lation of the State to rebellion and blood
shed is a blacker and greater villain than
'"I he who would stir up a mutiny among a
i;!tl few ignorant slaves. These Nashville
ijfoj rebel tale-bearers and news-mongers
in 2 bave na(l rass ,nouSl1 cast at n,b an(l
j have laughed at it. Now let a few
Hawkins stones whi. about (heir ears. Let
.. cverv man
detected in starting incen-
j diary rumors bo marched olVto jail.
Home one is guilty of filling tho alley
near our office with all kinds of stenchi-
bilitiea and stinkiiications. Will the Ci
ty Marshal please call at our office for
Since the meeting of the Union Con
vention in this city, Union confidence
has increased rapidly, and the Rebel
drill-sergeants and grape-vino men are
lu. becoming more depressed. A desperate
'i f elfin t was made to cheer up the faithful
i.')"i.n Tuesday evening by circulating a
report that Morgan had recaptured all
his men on the Louisville train, but,
J it turned out that tho prisoners
nad been shipped oil" by steamboat;
' Ami tli voii"
In tliclr il roii in iti); r un nvl'i")
The (Jrbat Uattlk At Wi-i.iams-
m ni'itw. Tho long account of this battle,
? vhi,;!4 we give to-day, will be found ex
j .cedingly interesting.
Our markets are supplied with bush-
els of largo and delicious strawberries,
fifteen : iweuty cents a quart.
J The landing is covered with army
i wagons, army stores, aud a large quan-
tity of cotton. Thjfl liver is falling
,P Tbo Confederate authorities of Mis-
. f--8ipp issuing Cotton Notes based
Km cotton, and then sending out ruf
Blians like Morpan to burn the cotton.
I Tht is Mississippi honesty anil honor.
The Kebtl Capital has been moved, it
n ! jg said, from Richmond to Panville, V.
i,tt it move to the Devil.
The Memphis JpiHal of the 15th ult.
i is jiAnted on a half sheet of coarse blue
' wrapping paper. The Memphians must
. i "fiave the blues."
We learn that several cases of smal!
Ios have oei iirred in Columbia. We
urge the people everywhere to take pre
caution against the spread of the dis
ease. At ft time when nearly one mil
lion of men are distributed in large bo
dies, in camps, there is peculiar danger
of its spreading.
Our readers will remember the very
bold and able Union speech by Col. Le
onidas Metcalfe, at Carlisle, Nicholas Co.,
Ky., on the Mth of April. On the 8th
inst., a duel was fought between the
Colonel and W. T. Casto, a notorious se
cession lawyer of Maysville, who was re
cently liberated from I'ort Lafayette.
The origin of tho difficulty was the Col
onel's instrumentality in procuring the
imprisonment of Casto. The encounter
took place one mile below Dover, Ky. The
weapons were Sharp's rifles, the distance,
twenty-five yards. Casto had the first
fire. The Colonel returned by 6hooting
his adversary through the heart.
To ho I'.x pert e 1 .
We hear it stated that Chancellor
IiiM.Ky in- the Shelby ville Chancery
District, who has been a raging Uebel
from the first is a candidate for re
election. Ho announces himself in the
Diipatcli, the Rebel organ in this city,
but not in the Union. Jle says that if
he is elected and is required to take,
the oath of allegiance he will do it, lul
If will hoi cmnider it Uivling ut all!"
A good sample of a Rebel judge.
Cicii I'rlct'R) SSialiiienrc ill ISend
Inn. I'Ki" K. "Tin's Lincoln ao'ilicr rice
Willi Iw'My ui'rlul mimler o:i llicir li ii'N,
It, jtlth I'V V.l I'i'T .'..-.' '
Our Arm)- In IIourI.
An officer writing from Missouri
ASTON ISHM I. XT TI!H I'KoI'I.K AT Till:
M.B OF OUU AIJMV.
All along our route the greatest aston
ishment is expressed at the great numbers
of our troops. At Forsyth one man
"reckoned the army was thirty miles
long. He had never seen so many men."
A young woman, the other day, said to
me, " The Northern soldiers are a heap
healthier and stronger looking men than
(he Sccosh army." One women said "she
did not supposu there were so many men
in the world." As the troops are pass
ing, the people stand in their doorways
and front yards, and look on with the
greatest astonishment. When told that
the Northern armies are recruited by vol
unteering, ami that no one is pressed in
to the servi e, they can hardly realize the
truth of the Klatemcns. The other day I
told a citizen of this State that there
were inoro more men plowing their fields
in the Free States than there arc in the
wholo army of the United States, who
stood rcdy, when needed, to volunteer
for the maintenance of the Union. He
expressed preat wonder (hat. it should be
so, and said, " well, I reckon the South
might as well give up first as lust, and
come under (he old Union. There is no
use in fighting any longer."
A ItKMAHKA KI.K STCnV.
One of our soldiers, (lie other day, stop
ped at a house by (he wayside, where a
book or a newspaper is a curiosity; and
the good woman of the houso was partic
ularly given to the marvelous, when tho
following conversation took place :
Said the woman, " I never seed sich a
sight of men before in all my born days.
Where on airth they all come from, beats
To which the soldier replied with unu
sual seriousness and gravity, "Why, my
good woman, for several years before (his
rebellion broke out, all tho Dutch and
Yankee women in (he North have been
having twins, and all boys, and the coun
try has become bo thickly populated it
has become, necessary to send (hem to
subjugate the South, to gel lid of them."
"Wall," said the woman, "I reckon it
must be so, for sich an army I never seed
in all my born days 1 reckon the South
had better make peace as soon as (hey
can. or we shall be overrun."
The soldier reckoned she was about
right that time, paid for his hoe-cake,
and cnt on.
Hard on the ICebel A d .n InUtrnltoii.
1 r 'in Hi ' hirUu ul I it n 1 1 1 1 . r, Mu j I,
It cannot be denied that the position
of the Confederacy is anything rather
than desirable. Indeed, iny country
ever ltai a yhn-mij duy, it is ours now.
!!oW t!.C iriit C'pjioi iiiill lies of iho pat
have been improved, ho-w the immense
power of the South has been frittered
aud squanderod away, and whither a
persistence in the policy and principles
which have brought misfortune on us
will eventually lead, are thoughts which
frequently recur to tvery mind.
Two secession prisoners at Camp Rut
ler, named Dawson and Kendricks, got
into a quarrel on Saturday, when Ken
dricks seized a large stick and dealt
Dawson a heavy blow, front the result of
which Le died in about two hours. Roth
men were from Alabama, but were in tu
bers of the Fortieth Tennessee regit eut.
Col. Morrison was about institut jig a
court of inquiry, when Coroner l!vpptf
arrived, aud the Colonel handed the case
over to him as being tiie proper person to
hold the inquest. The jury retume.l a
verdict accordiugto the facts. Kei.dricks
will be be brought to the city to-day and
lodged in Jthe county jil. .S' iringWJ
I'oalolTirra Itr-opcned ill 1 riinree
Nashville, (county seat,) Davidson
Oallatin, (county seat) Sumner co.
Clarksville, (county seat) Montgomery
Springfield, (county seal) Robertson
Franklin, (county seat) Williamson
Columbia, (county seal) Maury co.
Murfreesboro' (county peat) Rulherford
Shelbyville, ("county seat) Rcdfurd
Lebanon, (county seat) Wilson co.
Smithville, (county seat) DeKalb
Waterstown, Wilson county.
Liberty, DeKalb "
Alexandria, DeKalb "
Pal met to, Red ford
The above list will be kept standing
in our columns, and added to from day
to day, as other offices are re-opened.
We would suggest to papers in Northern
States the propriety of copying the above
list at least once a week.
f" The following letter was received at
the Medical Director's Office in this
city, and being'pertinent to the much
abused privilege of discharge from ser
vice, has been submitted for publication.
Camp Smr.ou, nf.au Pin'snrnG?
Landing, May .'J, 1802.
Sin: I have recently received from
Nashville several certificates of dis
charge for soldiers in my regiment.
This is to inform you that, with one
exception, they will not be signed.
Two of the men, who, in some way,
imposed upon the authorities at Nash
ville, and have been permitted to go
home, with the idea that (hey would be
discharged from service, are now as
hearty as any man need be to serve his
country, and ara boasting of their suc
cess in deceiving the surgeons who made
out their papers.
I do riot mean to reflect upon the
medical skill of those in charge of my
men at Nashville, for I know that any
one is liable to be deceived by false re
presentations ; but I cannot endorse the
recent wholesale discharge of my men,
and J will punish as a deserter any sol
dier in my rtgiment Mho goes home,
and, being able to do duty, refuses to
return to his regiment, because someone
in Nashville thinks him unfit for service.
J no. M. IIahlan, l -Col.
10 Ky. heg
. all, am
i In- SoiiCit-tll iWeWiorfirl f.ook
The Clarksburg (Va ) lelegvuph refer
ring to our exposure of (his infamous
machine-shop of treason says :
We know ."Omclhing of this ''errmii;--hj
rcliijiour, itm'Crn." During the last
eighteen months it has been one of the
most efficient agents (hat (fie devil has
had employed in the grand job of en
deavoring to destroy (his Union. J. 15.
MeFerrin, its "head and front," was
what was styled "an original secession
ist." L.D.Huston, a smilinj, whining,
cauting, sallow-faced, llaxen-haird D. ).,
a native of Ohio, and editor of the Home
Magazine and Sunday School Taper, did
all he could in "firing tho Southern
heart." Rut. it is unnecessary to enume
rate these rebel clergy. The whole con
cern was conducted on rebel principles.
The agents and managers were in a cou
tinunl race endeavoring to outstrip the
political demagogues in showing the in
tensity of their devotion to tho rebel
cause. The concern published a Confed
erate Primer and a Confederate Almanac.
It was boasted of by the preachers, es
pecially (hose of "one horse" calibre, (hat
the Southern Methodist Church had taken
the grand initiatory steps in the work
of secession in withdrawing from the
North. They frequently boasted that
had the politicians possessed (he fore
sight of the Methodist preachers, seces
sion would have taken place long ago.
While the Federal forces were at a dis
tance they were on (ho stump firing the
youth of the land exhorting thuu to
enlist and murder their countrymen, but
no sooner are they surrounded by the
Federal (rroops.than they become "e.clu
aivrUj rtii'tjifius," pious (V) souls!
Well, in our opinion, the whole concern
should be confiscated, type, presses and
i eve rwthin-r attached !t it. and a!! the can.
traband books published by it taken and
thrown into a heap on tho public square
in Nashville and converted into a bonfire.
Rev. A. L. P. (Jreen, who, though not
obtensibly an active manager in (he con
cern, possessed a controlling influence in
directing its affairs, is another of the
type of original secessionists. We heard
him make a speech of two hours length
iu Murfreesboro' on the 20th of April,
lfcUil, and we can say of a truth that we
never heard a Tilitical demagogue resort
to as many mean, low shifts as did the
aforesaid A. L. P. Green, D. D., and a
Presiding Rider in the Methodist Fpisco
pal Church South.
The great body of tho Methodist Chcrch
South were as loyal as any other people,
but many have bn beguiled into rebel
lion by the inftritul promptings of their
teachers. Let the "Rook Concern" be
confiscated and never let its charter be
renewed. Let this engine of evil be de
stroyed, aud never be revived to disturb
the peace of Le country.
f srr.ciAi. xj tiik Nash vit.i.ts rxijs.
ttWIOUED KVUlIinOX OF
LATL'ST FK03I COKIXTIi ! !
Junction of .Mttcht'IPs atitl
Captm v or ii,.-00 Prisoners !
Important from Port .loyal.
Extensive t Mutiny of Keltel
. Ilfgimeiits ! !
Movements the (Gunboats!
Lu'isvim.k, May 1.1. Special ??ys when
G -ncral Hiichell joined forces vviih General
Pope, h,j brought twenty -five hundred
Several Uont'ederaUi legimetitB mutinied,
including tho First Louisiana, First Alaba
ma arid two Tennessee regiments.
New York, May lo. The steamer Ca
hawba states that Gen. Hunter had is
sued a proclamation freeing slaves in his
department, anil was organizing a negro
Jeff Davis has issued a pathetic pro
clamation to the South, calling for more
energy, and admitting that (ho Federal
army wa overwhelming (ho Confederates
Washington-, May . A !-?'.! gunboats
Monitor, Naugateek u:u C .1-na tire expected
t) reach Rock ;ti- L Hi-fi-. ' fir- nii!e. In-low
Uiclnn nd. b.-foie ui;;:)t!ul!. G;v,il ixcite
men! pn-viiiU i;t u:c mund.
1 itdfe r:ira. r- nr.; .;, viil-i,t ut R iltitnove
thai llxhinouid ha Tin u evacur.t-d. Weal
thy rebels are r-nrivii'uc Ci-ir nuvabl-j pro
perty, nnj L'::i- nis;s me U ving th-sirs. The
It'll' rnli mid foreig-i troo;;-. favor burning
lie- rily. but jnH.;UJ-i:. cii; -n nsd Virgin
i t troop u-o. ;i'-iiu-t il.
Met chants and others expecting goods
by Lxpress from (he Fast and other
points, will please call upon the Union
Committee, Messrs. Fast and Linuslev,
and obtain the necessary permission from
them to have their goods forwarded from
Louisville. Sm-h permits can be handed
W. W. Ci.k.mens, Agent.
Many goods destined for this place are
now detained in Louisville for want of
(he necessary permit for their Iransib
may 10 fit.
Against loss or damage by lire or the
perils of Navigation, can be obtained at
the Insurace Oliice of
W. J. MARR,
No. 2o Coi,li:o!.: STiir.irr,
(Opposite the "5-Vwanee House.")
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THE SWISS YAIN5.
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Her Faith!! Ilor Trials!!!
I lium, l,, liy Mr. HAMILTON, Mr. f.VKI'.r.TT Mr.
I'lKKCi:, Ilia. U. UtKNAIU), Um S' 'AKLAN, Ah.
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
ANirrilKR LARilK LOT 1V
COS-ISTINU IN I'AKT OK
l'l intH, ;inlia)iis Litwngf
IJari'rCcs, I)e laiiirss, Silks,
Robes, Lilians, Coi-!C'ts,
SlilUTS, WII1TI-: GOODS,
HOSIERY & GLOVES,
AI.-'O, A FULL fcTUCit I K
(iOODS F0II JIKS'S WSiAK,
Wli eh wc odor to tin; traJo at tlio lowest wli'ilc-
sale i-i U'es.
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