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SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1M!2.
State Central Union Committee.
The Trcflident of the late Union meet
ing held in this cit Ex-Governor Wm.
II. Campbem-iA thQ instance of a num
ber of prominent gentlemen then present,
hs appointed a State Centntl Union
Committee, with whom the friends of the
Union in various parts of the State may
(ut themselves in communication by let
ter or otherwise.
The Committee consists of the follow
ing tamed gentlemen :
Allen A. Ham., Chairman.
Horace II. IUnnisoN.
M. M. liniF.s.
Dl In p pre ben Dion.
We learn that some persons suppose
hat we advocated, recently, the admin
titration of tho oath of allegiance to all
fir.rsoQ, loyal and disloyal as a condition
precedent to exercising the right of suf
frage, in this State. We meant no such
thing, and nothing in our language will
a'lthorjrn such a construction, we think.
I ti forms. ti on Wnntrd.
Willie Kiley I'atrick, aged dcvin
years, left school at Minden, 111 , last
October, anl probably joined an Illiiiois
Missouri Ki-ginierit, as a drummer
He is tall, slciKlir, dark complex
ion and hair and dark grey eyes; is
very active and quick. His widowed
mother, living in Nashville, is exceeding
ly anxious to hear from him; and edi
tors in Missouri and Illinois will do a
great kindness by publishing this notice.
"Wm. J'oyle aged M years, left Charn
bersburgh, Fa, with the 77th Ileg't.
Finn. Co. A. when last heard of he was
in the hospital at Murlreesboro. Where
Wanderers from the fold of patriotism,
who have gone from the protecting sha
dow of the flag ol your country, come
hone, oh come home ! Thousands of
your fellow-citizens, your relatives, your
neighbors, stand with outstretched arms
and eager eyes, tearfully awaiting your
return. Do you not hoar the clansmen
oftheUnii.il rallying once more along
the hills of Tennessee V I'reaks not on
your ear the familiar strains of Yankee
lodlcc, and Hail Columbia, and the
Star-spangled Danner? Do you not be
Lold the same old Dag which floated over
Lundy's Lane, and Lake Champlain, and
Monterey, and Chpulkpec,and P.ttflia
Vista, flying at the head of triumphant
legions and victorious navies ? Does not
your hearts warm within you at the re
collection of a thousand holy and pa
triotic memories i Come back to the
Union. I tnert the black flag of a falling
and ignominous rebellion. Fly from (lie
rebel camp as from a city cursed with
the leprosy or the plague.
All persons who have aided and abet
ted the rebellion arc liable to indictment
fx treason. Hut the Government in its
j jyency does not wish to punish the
lcaBEfS for treason. And now would it
j ot be a inagnaniuioni oiler on the part of
tie Government to say to the rebels, "we
ilo not desire to punish you, but come
now and testify Your repentance by re-
l.l '"t, J t,ul lull i ul
TM moderation, aagcaniiuity and
forbearance of the Union party are in
jlarly in contract with the violence
nd wild malignity of the rebel party.
While the former extend the olive branch,
the latter flourish nothing but brabbles
and nettles. Even that ultraisj Senator
Sumner, by far tie most radical of all the
JJepublicana, has offered a resolution in
the Senate of the United States saying
that it is not expedient to celebrate victo
ries gained over our brethren, by jnscrib
!qh regimental flag with the names of our
iiorioug battle fields. Would to God
(be rebel wc uui panern ancr mis grn-
The following vi-ry j ',j t cf!r.ra!iniction
may w ell b rend In connection. the
lea-Jer ibi morning : t
Our, adiniial.lt! Governor Ln ivr-n a 11 :e
example to t)i'jp who Lave been aMactc'd to
the una poli:!cnl party wiib littnn If, In
fustcrilr.g on a furlion of tl:at prly t'l't di
tim of origir.ui'cg tin- exiniing K' t'vllion.
This flgnia i;pon thy D'lnocia'.ic nmif,
m itu t'i'in all tr(liii(ii;al dievreparci-rK, nr,d
prfjodic. if ynu will, ni'iHt t' ml to keen
auij(lor lovei-4 of tli'ir eon try rrx-u f like
vjirws and ai;;i.'. fonn-rly 'i-"ic'a;'.ii in cif
fetent political cemliinaiinnn. Now, iu)
prominent ctj ct ol every patriot amoi.g up.
at tbis period, b-ing (ht itrtngthti.mg l!,t hnxh
of tht Unioi, let ija.iic 8h well a other
minor clTnii nctions be rucrg'-,l i;i thin ou'!
greiit (lein. It ttj title Unbo 1t oiT.n
aivfl to H':me. l-caue born by an ailvnnc
priy In t!;.' Wst PrecifleDtinl cdntiot. let
unotliT bi- adnpttM , mcli it! N uionul. or
otb'.T ciilio'io d'.'sig:)aiion
In tin vtry presence, ho torpeak, ot ic nt
bixtory, which txbililts the Uh I)-'irH crtr ic
Admiiiistrittion tifing the iofliieiice ami ro-louic-'S
to promote a Rebellion, it U remark
ably cool i.i tbn Wafhington Convention to
iuviii; i.itrioti to uiiiii! with tlini a (lie
only means ot prrferving the country. A
declaration which cn have but oue nie.iu
Ing, which, though not rxi mgi-, is doubt
lC:H io t"tid' d to tin und-jrciood, au l mny b."
thin p irapbraM-'l. Vv'e hie detnrmlaed to
rulj thin c uniry, a fact which has been
ehownyou in all the Lorron of ilif civil wur
f.om whijb yon have not yd iiiM-rtriil.
GppoH nt, htid prepare Ua- greater evils,
give u y( ur mlfrug'. and the p"::C! you
now fondly he pe lur shall r.ot b di-tut tr-ii.
TL'h threat mufit b ri'tfmd'.'d wiih the mine
contempt by reasonable numerals by
Nasiivim.e, May 10, IHG'J.
EiiiTor. Union : A communication in
tho Unioh, of the 1.1th instant, signed
"Citizen?," concludes with the following
excellent suggestion ''We hope the mil
itary authorities will have all the Grape
vine Telegraph Offices in this city dosed
immediately." This-meets the approval
of all loyal residents, and should at once
da im the attention of the authorities.
We 1 iave heard enough during the last
teiiuonths of secession lies, and earnest
ly appeal that I bey shall cease. Since
the adjournment of the late Union Con
vention, it has been industriously circu
lated that a large majority of tho persons
present, were soldiers dressed for the oc
casion like citizens. This i3 a base lie,
and the man who utters it should be held
to an account. Any man who had pa
triotism enough to attend that meeting,
knows that it w'at composed almost ex
clusively of the best, wisest and most
prominent men in the State. It was
Tenncssceans, released from tho oppres
sion of secession, councilliug for the good
of their country, their State, and their
deluded relatives and friends in the re
bel army. Any man who saya to the
contrary should be made to form the ac
quaintance of the Provost Marshal.
Tho most dangerous traitor is he who
prostitutes age, high social position, and
a reputation for moderation and conserv
atism to the ruin of his country. Such
a one is a greater sinner than an original
impulsive rebel. There are such men
now going at large in Nashville and
their proper place is the prison.
Kvery time a rebel woman meets a
Union oIdier on the streets she should
blush for very shame at the miserable
calumnies she heaped upon him, when
sho charged them with being robbcrsi
housebreakers and insultcrs of women'
Kvery soldier she sees is a living wit
ness how foully and wantonly and cause
lessly she slandered him.
What abominable lies we have been
told!" exclaimed an uncombed, unwash
ed and uncomely Newbcrn damsel of
forty-livo summers, as Purriside's gallant
boys were Cling past. "Why, they said
the Yankees were after 'beauty and
booty,' Jiut they haven't touched me
yet!" And she lifted up her voice and
wept that she had been so deceived.
A TVashingboii dispatch to the Timet
says: "The news from Williamsburg
to-day, of the expulsion of the Pubels
from that etiRtnghold by Gen. McCbd
lan, is an extinguisher on his enemies.
Men who reviled him yesterday, now
admit that he is all right, and muit
mako havoc of the retreating Ilebds.'
The House oillepresentativcs have unaui
ti((.sy adopted a resolution tendering
'the uincere thanks of the House to Major-General
George 15. McClellan for 0
tliyhvj ( thcx hujh tniUlai y qualit 'ei wtUh
secure important rrsuHs tcith tut h'tt! sturi
fweof Ituman Ht." Never was a juster
or higher compliment paid tu a military
i rivaf f Ircular from Jell'. Day!
N'irlhn;r. Con tension t
The following circular from Jeff. Da
vis will burst like a thunder clap upon
the rebels of the South. It is a virtual
confession that the whole rebellion is a
failure. Let the Nashville rebel leaders
Cm no, May V.
The subjoined circular from JcfT. Da
vis explains itself:
Private and Confidential.
Capital C. S. A., I
Uiciimond, April Itf, 1812.
Sir : l can no longer be denied that
the prospects of success for tho South
ern Confederacy are gloomy on every
hand. Whether through lack of skill or
the open treachery of officers of our
army and navy, it matters not, we meet
with disasters and defeat. With a con
tinuance of such results ere three months
shall have passed away our boasted Con
federacy will exhibit only a history.
The past shows that we need larger dis
plays of patriotism, military skill, per
sonal bravery, and a fiimer spirit of de
votion to the just cause in which we
have enlisted. Unless these require
ments developc themselves to a fitting
extent we labor in vain unless we have
more clear indications that the great
heart of the people is with us our efforts
will be futile. The government is impo
tent to retrieve disasters that have befall
en us and' that yet stare us in the face
ou every hand. McClellan is already
moving on the Potomac. Halleck's oper
ations in the Southwest are at every step
successful. The Federal army and na
vy are already menacing the metropolis
of tho Southwest and the keys to our
Florida is overrun by Northern inva
ders, while wherever we look we 6eo an
advancing army. In this trying emer
gency the government appeals to the
people, to the brave hearts and sturdy
wills of the South. It. cries awako.
Your bands have been put to the plow.
Will you now look back and repent
your past acts. You have struck out
nobly for independence, pledging your
lives and fortunes to its procurement.
Will you submit, quietly to tho invasion
ami dispolialion of your homes, the de
struction or confiscation of your prop
erty the abandonment of your cher
ished institutions'.' Arise and convince
the world that the boasted chivalry of
the South is mdre than a traditionary
myth. The appeal is made to the coun
try, not openly, for obvious reasons. Wo
make the appeal to the" people through
the Governors of the States comprising
the Confederacy, and the ollicers com
mending our armies. To these mediums
tho circular is sent, with the urgent re
quest that its spirit and intent, if not its
letter, be conveyed to every citizen of
our struggling republic. First of all, we
ask for material aid. Money, or such
equivalent therefor as will enable us to
maintaiu our army. Clothing and pro
visions will bo acceptable as substitutes
for the money when the latter cannot be
2. We need men. The ranks of our
army in the field are constantly being
thinned by casualties of battle, the sick
ness incident to camp life, antl expira
tion of enlistment. We cannot close our
eyes to tho fact that their places are not
filled so promptly as should be. Let us
see the devotion of the country to our
cause by their willingness to light iU
battles, and, if needed, to pour out their
blood in its support.
;3. We need the encouragement of the
people--a mote liberal display of patriot
ism than has yet been made. The tame
submission yielded to tho invader wher
ever he appears is in striking contrast to
the boast we have hitherto heard of the
readiness that prevailed on every hand
to welcome the hirelings with bonfires
composed of the dwellings and property
of the people. If our land is to be over
run and our people subjugated, let 119
leave our conquerors a mouldering waste
to reward them for their toil and paius.
Burn every hamlet, village, and city; give
the torch freely to your cotton and to
bacco. Let the product of your lands bo
laid waste. Fly yourselves before the
invaders, when resistance shall no longer
avail, thus displaying a determination
and spirit in the cause in which we are
all enlisted that will give us encourage
ment to continue tho struggle. Whenever
the enemy achieve a victory, let it be a
bootless one, so that their bands, now led
on by hope of plunder, may bo disap
pointed and discouraged, and we shall
be cheered by the manifestations of de
votion and patriotism once more. We
expect you to awake, shake oil' the le
thargy that hangs over you, and strike
for the freedom of yourselves, your fami
lies and your homes. Strike promptly
and boldly, and our Confederacy may
yet be lirmly established. Tliis our
.and "f-v.l y itir.mr.'t), U'-faotu wLh ret t ivi
this circular will also bo commissioned
as agents of the Government in edvance
the purposes indicated. Full letters of
inctruclion will be furnished.
(Signed) JFFFKUSON DAVIS,
President V. S. A.
Information for hol4lr.
I'siiKD States Pv 1ki'autvii.nt, )
Coi.ruin s, ()., May l.'k
V.M. Gazette. To prevent endless
inquiry by mail, please atafe that we are
prevented by ttrict orders from Wahhing
ton, from paying volunb er ollicers or nol
diers absent from their regiments on ilk
Unix, or otLerw ise.
Kespectfully your oln-dient servant.
II. C. WjjiTk,
l ay mauler, U. S. A.
Sword aud Ils Itvtakm.
The friends of Major Grobvenor, of
the l-;th Ohio Volunteers, sent him a
very fine sword recently by the hands of
Adjutant J..C. Neil, of the same Pcgi
ment. It was captured at Pulaski re
ccntly by Morgan's gang, and was re
csptured'by Lieut. Colonel PAr.Kiicr.ST,
of the Ninth Michigan, under General
D i' mont, from Col. Wood at the late Le
banon skirmish. We hope that if that
sword ever finds its way into Kebcl
possession it will be point foremost up
to the hilt. General Dumont also re
took an elegant stafT flag, captured from
from our troops some time before.
Maj. Iklvcti, who was captured by
Morgan from tho Louisvillo train recent
ly, was released day before yesterday at
Sparta, and is now here. He left Mor
gan with sixty men.
The man who annexes a "but'" to his
Unionism will soon And himself on the
rump of the rebel party.
We cull tin; nt'Oiti u o! our padtT. in
auother column, to l!i advei tie!n":i! i f Vv
II. M'L'fan, who h.i got oik; ol tin: tlrn-st
Sail U-.mts that ''v.-r tbuled upon tho Cu:n-b'-iliind.
We Lav; tiied Ik r, und cm pro
nounce the" EAGLE" U W No. I, us
swift as the bir.1 nhoce ujim; h bears, aud
as nic.ire r.tid c'ml"rtivblt as llio mont fear
ful or fastidious uiav desire. It
A new Tost-OHice has been opened at
Palmetto, Bedford county, Tennessee.
A friend write9 :
" We voted over live to one for the Un
ion, and all have held out faithful, not
withstanding King Harris' November
draught forced some into the army.
" We Bay to you fight on. uutil the last
vestige of fcmesh is wiped out.
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KY Kit KIT, Mrs. II I;K1U'AKI, MifH MOOKi':, Ax.
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NEWS FROM CORINTH!
GEI7. HUNTER'S TI10CLAMATI0N
JF.FF. DAVIS RFPOKTEI) TO HAVi:
GONE TO TFSCALOCSA, ALA.
Jeff. Divis's Proclamation a Hoax !
Ckto.'u; Coiuntii, Xbty 10.
It haviug teen p.a'.iHi'ae'.orily chown that
pjjii s have vi.niud our camps, crossed Ten-
ne"-ee Iliver mid proceedtd Io the night by
dugouts to L'ierMu, Alabaina, wbre they
bold easy cuininiinieMion with tho enemy, it
wnnd:etmd nccmiry to exclude all civil-inn-i
from campa, ia order to hit trues, heuc'
General Order mentioned ythterday.
An intelligent Fiderul i-ergcant captured
at Sliiloh and exchanged yectcrday, says he
wna thkeu from Corinth to Jnckon, Miss.,
thenco to JackRon, Tenn., nnd back to Cor-
iath, states thiit, from tho time be left Cor
inth until Lis ret urn tberc, he was guarded
by unarmed men. A contraband, the liiti
mate friend ot Gen. Ilnrd- e's servant Jack,
cilfo arrived, reports that Jack told him that
II mite was very pick ot the war ; he would
leave, but Deauregard wouldn't J-t Li;n.
LorisvU.i.E, May )(, Jeff. I);ivi'n procla
mation reported ycterd:y w.i. a hoax, per
petrated at Cairo.
G 'Lend lluute.i's prochirniilio'i ileclalitlg
Miiti-hil l.iw over G orgi.t, Florida, and
South Carolina, "protni'-es fluv. h o( those
Sutton lorevcr fn e.
P.tiiKKKsiicuo, May l' --Kuruing
Sni-;iK.-H ai d P.d'tlii'! were burned by the
Morc.i --ins ru s.
Wamiiisot v, M -.y It'.1 -TIv; W.tp IL'ji irt-
r.i'-:.t ir.j Imm ii :,d;-iil liy !,.;u. .MttciKil V.ix'.
Nr;ir;'ii'vn n:pl I.ytl.;' e.v pcdi'iot.K coin'oiiied
litcied Uog-ts-ville, AU., driving lh'5 Con-
led -rates cr..''s Ih.; Tcnnet'c? H vtr burn-in-'
the Ferry bn:i'-i . ic
The Cnrilcdei'rtU Mfceedcd in teavjvicg
Ih ir ui tillery. bagg ige und hture11, l.c.'jie
Til's Ferry in I biidgr acn;" .'!.. ,-.d e:e
i :t': ( urs.
Nmv vohk. M.iy 1 1'.. Union prifoiuTs .
cpoit ninny Iixhuioiid limiilicK g..i:ig South.
Itep irlcd Jtl!'. Iuvi gone t.i TtirC3lo'i-,
Union ficiHini'tit in Uichinond tong und
iiicrtMiitig Arraniifint'Dts Lave been tiiad;
tu exjlundj-e AV. F. IAldvvin of Virgiua tur
('id -iU I Cni cot an.
i'ami" ?;i".ak ConisTii, Mny l(i A French
mm!, n in mbcr of the 13th Lou.-ii.iii i Hegt.,
reports lhat Ihne companies o' ih.it rei-
in- ut, composed of Frenchmen, m rived lat-:-
y, wivi, unable lo oliii.i woik, f'nod, or mo
ii'-y, v re obliged to t nii-ti i -r warty diiy i.
O i i xo'iration of the thu y d.iy h, tlo (.on-t-etiiiiina
Liw nrc d ll.eio lo teti.li-a l.r
the v,ur. He ii pi.ris III" Aiiol.- ut my with
out ci.H';e, and ut one tine: netily three d.iyti
i i'.hout raiiuii". : i-avs Van ri'. ainl
Prici left Corinlh eight d-ys ago, but not
known where gotu;. Theweatlur is ciear
and hot., niul the roi'N v.ry du-ity.
i ssv it a ,c: i:
Against loss or damago by lire or the
perils of Navioatiom, can be obtairu d at
the Insurace Olficc of
w. J. mapj:,
NO. -" CvhhVMK Sl'llKKT,
MJpposite the 'Sewaiue House. "i
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