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NASHVILLE, TEM.. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18. 1862,
b. u. coin:on & bro.,
tO.tl.MINNIO.I ni:kcii!ts, I
NO. 6 COLLEGE STRKKT.
New Mode juat received mid for male
low to rtoxs out ConalgnraeiitM.
OQ(J Wild. Hail, for mle by
CONNOR k PP.O,
HALT, for sule by
cowort fc nno.
r, 91' Kol'E, for Bale by
CON NOR A Bilf).
bills. Coal OIL, lor rale by
connor & nr.o.
bain.liU. Coal OIL, for salehy
up 8 CON'NOR AIlKO.
doen DU001IS,fuf sale by
con'nor a r.no.
for sale by
CON'NOll & DUO.
TAKCH, for sale by
I i) clefts TKA, for salu by
CON'NOR A RRO
half cheats TEA, for salo by
con'n'o;; 1 n::o.
1 O cad It'll TKA, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
bote Yeast P0WDKR3, for Hale by
p 8 connor a nno.
ck BODA, for sala by
CONNOR A BRO.
-I --f- gross MATCHES, Tor sulo by
AJLJ U ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. ,
boxes Star CANDLES, Tor aale by
ip 8 CONNOR A BRO.
boxes COr r'tK, for sale by
CONNOR A CO.
Loin. V1NKUAK, for Bale by
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO-
kill MACKKKKL.Ior rale by
CONNOR A BRO.
ri kits HERRING, for aalo by
CONNOR A BRO.
C WiU r'IIA,foraleby
CONNOR A BRO.
-1 ( bbli. TItOL'T, for gale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 vNf.lH. MACKERKL, for aale by
1J ap8 CONNOR A
A bbla. CIIJKR, for aalo by
CONNOR A BRO.
boieg dried UKKINU, for aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 f boxen Dried Sealed, for nalo by
10 ap 8 CONNOR BRO.
, keen NAILH, forBulo by
ap8 CONNOR A BKO.
Vldi Crushed tsu'yri
for sale by
CuNNOR A BRO.
i'J I ap 8
V'c.r biurs Mb. A I., lor Kale by
.ZO p8 CONNOR A BHO.
bl;s KLOL R, for sale by
CONNOR A BI'.O.
OfUit ln HAMS, for sale by
CON NO A BRO.
. casks S II iKS, lor sulo by
CONNOR A BI'.O.
bhls tiuo roTATOlvS, r sale by
boxes fresh Card
CONNOR A nno.
Q bhls Ouiou ctlrl, lor rale by
O op 8
CON NOR A U1U).
H tleroea Cauvasaed HAMS, with a large lot oi ull
XJ Rorls of Cooils, which wo will rloso out low, at
our old eland, No, 5 College street.
C03I51ISLSION & FOKWARDIXG
13 S. Commercial atrcci.
rnrtlrular Attention clvcii .
Consigunieiits : alHo, to the purolo-.e ot I roduco ou
rioutlii-rn and Eiatern orders, or Jfilling Country Or
ders lor Groceries, kn.
RirsKSNfM: Baldwin AJDodd.Ht. Louis ; Collins,
Kollofg Kirl'y. st' ; 8' J MKrg. I "
tihia ; Woodward, lluddou A Oo. , Boston ( I). 1. Ryne
ON HATURRDAY, the 2Hth DAY OK JUNK, 1862'
I will expose to public aalo,to the highest bidder,
fr C'.uih, at the Court bouso In the County of David
son a NKGRO WAN.namei Cimi-ToiHUK, uged about
.'.....j ii.l tlm nroiiertv ol John W. Mar-
tin, to sathlj
. '.. ii l... l,. ..... I, U li. laior
4 v linn t m ( ' u i .... ... - -
Clerk Httl MaatiT of the Chauoery l'Urt
hiVm.-Miihi'vIIIb, Totiiie"iM.', atraiiiHt John V. Martin
and W. O. Harris. Bale within the mual Jioitrs.
. Vlay Sod, LStli-td J- M. lllNToN.blieriff.
L' Ll.. rl'. ir.i I
ROBERT I, MA1T LAND & CO.
General Commission LIcrchants
3 and 5. Boavor Btrect, ana ao x-xenango
C5, Boavor Btrect,
ut I.. miand. CAV Y OVU.
wiiuvyHK.ur. j em.
. Jf V, jo.
Federal & Confederate (ieiurals.
THE LATEST NOVELS.
For Wale at , ,.,!! srHI ICT,
Juu14-iiw iippo.Hite Coiiiuiarci.il Hotel.
James D. Lehmer,
.mm m mm a mm. m m
ISravc and Loyal
Second Tennessee Regiment of In
fantry. AI1LF, -l!OI!KD MFV will be received la thi Regi
ment, how rapidly fllliiig up, at llcadiiuartois,
N'o. 2'J north Market sire, t.
I'.fiifo end heroic wndiifl wi'l always receive p"
mot I m. Neither pains nor exp"ii'e will bo pud lo
make It ono of the b. st regiments In the Service.
Pay, from TIIIRTKKN to TWfcNTY-TirP.KE dollars
per month, Including everything. Donrity '
$100 and 1 CO Acres of Land.
Those who desire to raie companies will plcaeo ap:
ply as above.
J. T. K. ili.LEAK,
uno!2-lw Colonel. .
LASiB & MU11PHY,
ARK JUST IN RFX'KIPT OF SIX CASK CHOirR
New Millinery OooJs, which they tiUur to the
Trade at low prices.
Tlifir Flock consists of IjhIics' anl Missel,' ino
Leathern, F.nirlish S-'phl and Cleopatra Hat"; Children's
and Infanta' Xurbaus and Orlolas; Knglish aad Swiss
Straw and a variety of Rennets; Mack and Wliita I.aoo
and Buckram Ciowni'd J-'ramee; alio, a Inrze assort
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons,
Including Buffs, all wldtlia; New Flower. Ruches
Wrraths, tlape Net, TuIIk, Tarletan, Crowu Lining;
Black and iilte Knellnti Lrape; Lrapo, l)vo s (rnn
adma Veili, and a variety of Bonnet and Mantilla
SilkH, Ac, Ao.
Na 16 Public Square.
BOOTS & SHOES!
T JVbITi Jc IUItPIIY baVe also re-
XJ received a In Hli supply ol' ldiPn', GenUenieu'a
und Miasea' Hoots, Fhocs, Uaitera, .Slipiwra, 4o., o(
evetv depcriptlon and vtyln. suitable for City and
t otiiitry 'Jrade, which tbey offer wholoale and re
tail, low, for Cash. june3-!2w
Ilarkot Jjo, 36 Street.
E. MAYER fe CO.,
A. LOUIS &CO.,
Ilavo just rocelvcd a largo Stock of
Itoots n.iitl Shoes,
Hats, Stationery, Drugs,
IN it its, antl Dye-StufT,
SALT, in llarrcls,
SALT In Hags,
Which we ollr tu the public for
CASH OR PRODUCE,
FUCH AS . .
COTTON, DEE3WAX, WOOL, GINSENG,
FEATHERS, HIDES and TALLOW.
nOUNTRY Merchants would do well to call Hion
. .1 1 . l . t- ...i. -.1 . i.i ti . .. . ...iw
U9,aa we can uu vueir wuoio um uuixi um muv.
All furrent Southern Funds Taken al Tar.
E. MAYER & CO.
BAUENDAHL & CO.,
" IIOl'E BUILDING," No. 131, Dt'ANE fTREET,
HAVE now In store .
BIuo Cloth3 and Docakins,
For Army and Navy Orders j
INDIGO C I.OTIIfi, HUt CA1!
FINK fi-4 DOESKINS. fUegulatlon Shade:) YELLOW
riCAKLET, CRIMSON aud UGH! GUKEN CLOTHS;
Aiso, a fi ll li.is or
ESQUIMAUX and MOSCOW COATINGS ami VKLOTUSj
3U aud 6-4 ULACK ikii-.mii.i ami i.m;
ti-4 FANCY CASSIMKIIKS,
For talo at tho lowest market prhus. may30-lm
Claims Against tho U. States.
1. I.K.N' A. HA1J. will attend to the collection of
i7.i ni tnr ot tlie L nited Mau-s autnori-
tiea cither lure r at a.ihiiijtou. lie may lie lounu
at the (- wani o llui J.
Nashville. June l'!lb, hdl.
Wanted to Rent.
NEATLY FURNISUEO HOUSE, containing four,
X- five. an. or aeven rooms, iseeueu w sovcrm
mouths, and will ba well taken care of by a gentle
man mid mild. A reasonable rvlit will bo paid for a
llOUiMI of ahova doa riollou ileaaully Slluul.d. Ad-
dreH, with particular,
1 OIAULKS ALLEN,
MaySl tf R..X 87 V. O. , Nanhvllle.
STOLEN, from K. IIULDI HRAND
Jeweller, on I'n.
Ion SUeet. ONE I'ATEM l.l'.U.II h.Ul.l-dt
liid.ll WATCH, maiiiifarturiil by Jno. Johiihlon, I iv
er.ol. 'I he W itch H of sm all s:.",witii white dial,
engraved on the inside "(iso W. Il io-rs, Iroin Ins
luiher in toe jmr 1M.'.;'1 ou the oi.l'-ii'j engraved
h.ik.he llANMiii." lh abi.ro Reward will be paid
lorunv iiiloriinliou thai may I. ad to tho re. ..v
the piopei ty.
11.11. 11 AN M r H
Louisville J- uiaai please Copy l n.e auu
rpIIE attention of citiwMifi, atraniferi, and othravl-
J itma NmbiiviIH, reqirrinff roeilnlal aid, M rMpect-
fully ralifd to tntH mllr, Ni. 81 r-evterick street, sec
ond floor, between Cherry and the fxjnnre.
lir. UtryiAH ta an old practitioner ol medicine: tilt
alinoat unlimited xrnrienoii and fiatterln? kih-t'-cb'
for many yearn pant, is iite trs-atmeiil ol fkitut !
H."E, bus) lijd'.iei'd bun t ili vnto h i midivitlud alien
tiou to all di'ae tof tlm rat:irv. Mnny cate of
ttift iTiont Inveterate clirn'iter have )for.:;ty yielded
lo hi improved method or treatment.
rrimary, Nnuidary, Tertiary and Hereditary t-ypt.
His, bonorrhoM, Oleat aid all diseaK of thi yet. It a
Kil t nrinary orL-nns, meet with do r.MbUiice to q:i
A I f. rialo lrre:ilarltle and functionnl laderunira
mcntu of the Womb, nd the disease arising Iroro
Ue'tiition and 111 manged parturition. i
r.votycaeof !e.uelble Kntdnre, and of riiea.aiid
rrolupHiia of ll'.o Rertum. and moKt crvi-n of FVftnVi,
i n be cur-'d by a proceni nnarly l ainleiw. If either
. ite la; t'.ir . t undertaken by lir. Coleman, a
rurc ih tii':-n;i warrantml, an a rareiui ezninuiaiirij
always paef-ntf the neeep,-iry iteli -Tiii ?H of twit f
f.tir.irrt y h,i i t,.r- Vud t" -'.. . '
,..f.ii oi c..i.. i ... x apolyinif :.i per...;n r Ly let;r
(lefiTibii"? rvie) ua the llrKl symptoms of any wile
(Xii!lo diM-aee. can b cured, in mt eaws, by tb
abortive method, In Ibrty-eipht hours.
Strict conlldenco. prompt attention, aad moderat
char'M, will govern him with bis patrona.
a r No mercurv used in the treatment or vmerm
ditwr. an he belleveg (in moHt canes) it produces
woraeuinoiwie limn inai li la gtven m cure.
Olllee boura trom eight lu the morning tin nmo id
lhaevening. Jan Id, '6'i-ly
United States of America:
MIDDLE DISTRICT OK TENXISisEi
WIIERKAS a libel of Information waa filed with
in and for the Middle District of Tenueywo al
Nafhvlile, on tho oth day cf May, A. ). , 18tii, by
John Trimble, hq., Attorney for the United Sta'es
rr the JValdlo Pmirict or Teuneese, who proaeciiiea
herein on behalf of the United St itoR, aiaiuiit a cer
tain Lot and the Kulldin,", thereon, situated fronting
n Markt Htreit, in the fc'ity ol NashvU.'e, know a, n
fe.UU A Mioora's roundry ana Muclime SUop, natt or,
and near Broad street, in Uie City ofNaehvilla ; also,
all the machinery, tools, fixtures and imp'euienM
andmttenal connected with naia Xt and f ouuiiry
ar;d Macliina t-hop and Itiiildlng, fn reasons and
causes in said libel ol information mentioned, and
praying process against the Kaid prnparty, that tho
same bo condemned as lort ;ited.
Now, therefore, in nursuaiice of the monition, ucdiT
th seal of said Court, to me directed and delivered, I
do beieby give pub ho notice to all persons claiming
salii proerty or In any manner Interested therein,
that they bo and apear before Said Circuit Court, to
be held at the City of NasLviile, in nul lor Fni.l Dis
trict en the 20th day of October, 1Hi;2, at 10 o'clock in
the fomnoon of that day, Mien aud there to mterposo
their claims, and t) make, their allegations in that
behalf. K. R ULASLOCR,
June 14, 1S02. 14t. U. S. Marshal, M. V. T.
United States of America:
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNE?:
XTrrnEREAS, libel of information was
VV and for the Middle District of Teimei-seo, at
kIiiii o" "Ed 'Jar of Jarse. A. I.V.1S02. fcr
John Trimble, Ksq., Attorney for the United rttstei
lur tho Aliddlu liialilcl ol leunessee, who prosecutes
bereiuni behalf of the I. mted ttates, agaiui-t certain
pro: orty. viz: a certain Lot, sitwuted near the Kuuth
last corner of tlroad and Front streets, In the City of
Na-bvilie, being tue next lot t- the corner lot afore-
uid en which c.iruer lot M situated, tlie liiaiis roun-
dry of 11. Cole ; raid let front'iig on Front ttret t, run
ning back tnaards Mie river, thence nearly jara lei
t.) Hie rivnr, and tlicn io back tiKrotit hti et,the cor
ner of said lot on J; rent street tirllirst from liroad,
beinn opposite a small Uluckuuiith's shop, Hilimted on
the other ?ldo of Kront street; and also, all the Build
ings on old lot, aud a I ho all the fixtures, machinery,
too s, implements and mat' rial or every drscripti n
connected with :i d lot and buililings ; Huid hmldiugs
on H iid lot LkiliK the l'oundry ol one T. M, Krelitian,
aud praying process uifainst Ball property, that the
s wiiti be coie'emiied as iorl'eitod.
Now, tliereloi e, in pursuuuixi or tha monition, un
der the seal of find Court, to mo directed and deliver-
:d, 1 do beiuliy give public notice to all persons
lu.uiiiiK said property , or In any manner interesieu
then inv tliat lin y be and appear bcluro sai l C icuit
( ouit, to he held al the city of Nashville, In and for
said Disirict, on the ",nth day of Ocl)ber, JSo, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there
to interpose tin ir claims, and to iimlve their nlloga
tious in that behalf. E. R. GLAHUK K ,
June 14, 18GJ lit , . V. t. Murshal, M 1) T.
United States of America:
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE.
1X7IIIT.EAS, Inforn atiou w8 ITed within an I lor
the Middle District of TeiinesKee, at Nashville,
on theSSth day of May, A I)., IHHa, by John Trimble,
J-sn . Attorney lor the Lullcil Mates lor me miuuio
lUfitricl ol D nni Fsce, who proaecutes herein on behalf
tho I Intel btiileF, iigiiuiu ctriaiu property, vis : a
Ijit sltimteit on the North-inst corner of i berry fctreet
aud lrai.kliu street, lu South Nashville, ana tho
building thoreou ; tho said buildings recently erected
lor the purpoe or preparing niau rials tor inn manu
facture of Gunpowder; uU i the machinery and llx-
turcs nmnecf-u wilh salit estiiiillHliiio nt , praying pro
cess agaliint the Eamu, that It be caudmuL td as tor-
Now. therefore. In piir.-uauce of tho monition, un
der III" seal of said Court, to me directed 8u l U;iv-
ered, I do hereby give puhlin notico to nil pcrHoni
clilming said property, or In an manner Interested
therein, that lin y be kud apH'ar lo i.no salt circuit
Court, to be bidd at tho City of Nashville, in aud lor
said District, on tho 8th Cay of Oi loher, .(l, at 10
o'clock lu the lureuo in of that out, then and there to
intersse Uu ir claims, and to make their allogatloua
lu thai betlull. K. K. l,l.AMOiK,
Junc3-14t U. S. Marshal M. U. T.
, Stop tho Horso Thief.
IT'IFTY DOLLARS REWARD will be luild for tho ap-
V lireheiision and delivery of the man and a Roau
IIoiku that was sto'en on Sunday niglil, the Hlh Inst.
from the stable of John M. uvloud, living; In V. II-
lliiiiriou (uuuty, six miles east of Franklin. Die
horse Is tho property ol .Mrs. llary A. I'allersou. He
is a dark roan, 7 veurs olil : a geoil ltugp y Dorse ; a
heavy tail, holds it rather to oue side ; trots and pa
ces tolorahly well, carries himtelf ijuile gay, bis bend
nit ; i-w!y sH'.Ml all round, tie la very chcj :or
uiihilchmg himself when left Blaialilnj liiU.ln-.l- The
niau who stole I. uu Is supposed to be a dcKcrler from
the federal army. He u a small man, some 21 years
ol (go, with bushy bead ; bad on a Hoped hat. lie
has been In the DUKiilioraoou sererai wecua. no
culled Ids name John Column, hut bis real Dauie la
John Cook, which will be found on bis blanket.
The above reward will be paid ou the delivery oi
bind horse to Mrs. Mar A. I alli r.ou, ten miles south
of Nashville, near the .Nolentsville lurun.ks
V U ,-a he beluga lo the s7tu or Chin inmaLa
liegiment. ai Alt x A. MiittuM-u.
11MR SALE. I)V FOR CASH, ONE OF SIN'GK.RS
J1 feviing Machines, in good oidir, warranted, at
UCi I ION STtlKhT.
juueslw I. J. KAl.'lA..
J c j A
BUSHELS COAL, I ;.-t received
ou Col,, iriitii.'dl . and lor faiA.
ill. I. 14 ! It ut t!,n r.i. io i N r- It cl'iri'Ali AS
iK iii Bi.'.kii.-, w.ll oe proi.ii'liy i..i-.'.l.
ii iv l 1). I)U Ui: , Agent.
1 111 villi
t i: n m s :
Daar UKioff, per su'inm fl On
" " -week VI)
Tnt WrtaiT L'kiC!, per atinnni, f5 00
KKf.Kit L'mio.k, prr annum f I 0')
WEDMI-DAY MOnXING, JUNK If, 1802.
Tnke the I'nlon!
It has afar larger circulation than any
other daily nomr'pfipcr that has been
published hero for years.
It is the official nmXtper of the Unitcl
Slate a for Tennessee.
It is the (fficial ntwpaj-tr v the State rf
It gives tho luteal iiftc) from the Military
Dqiariiiirnf txiUh, arvt latrr than any other
It has immediate communication wi'h the
Military Headquarters, which no other
paper here has.
We must cither destroy the rebellion or
be destroyed by it. We choose the for
'lie who Bctks to redress hia wrongs in
a republic by an armed revolution, is as
great a fool as he who would endeavor
to remove a barrel of gunpowder frota his
house by hurning md (lie gunpoioder.
Nothing now makes Tcnnessceans
rebel except spite, and obstancy, and
wounded rride. Now tho question is,
how long will this f t of the sulks, for we
for we can give it no better name, in
duce the mass of the rebels to light
against the peace and happiness of the
Commonwealth, their own being inclu
It is snid that Jkff Davis has recently
joined tho church and professes great
piety. Uejumps from perj ury to prayer,
and from prayer lo murder.' Like tho
Turk in the Fire Worshippers :
I lore wiinin in ciiangenii un
Cf cursing and of priyer he sits
In Savapo lonelincf-'l, to br; ol
Upon tho coming nis'ht of blood."
With that keen second 6ceui or death
By which the vultuio pnurri his food
In tho Slil warm and living breath."
" There is no infidelity in our Confede
racy. Jieligion is universal. It the pock
ets of our eoldicr slain in battle wero to
bo searched, prayer-books and hymn
books would often be found. We start
under good auspices. Dcmcs Ilecic'o.
In the battle of Shiloh, we believe that
the proportion of vade mrcuns found on
the rebel dead, M as one hundred bottlea
of whisky to one hymn-book. When
did your troops " experience a change
DCHtUiition I'nder Itebel lCulc la
From the St. LcuU R.jiublkaa.
At Itifl Union Clmtnlifif Ihu loUowing letter
wa refill (fotn tho Presid ut of tliu Sunittiiy
(Jonuur.-atoii : ;
. Kr. Louis, Juno 10. 18G2.
C. B. Fi.-k, Eta., Xecrelary Union Mcrchuttt'
Eucloeed you will tlnil a copy of a di?p;Ucb
just received from Gen. llalLck. Ittxpl.iins
itn. I snail uiHtiiitcn an agent on to-morrow
wilh iucl) cotitt ilmtioim as may bt; nmde
for the HUf'eriDg. e lour, ineitl, liitmi, bacon
ni(l'"H, corn beif, huW, coiiee, ton, h u it r
bchna, bominy, uru all necucd. IMchku tire
sro I this to iba luercliaiits on '(Jbano to day,
and 1 doubt not ibey will promptly uuu gen
erouMy respond to tue ctuu. 1 artbH wil
liug to coutiibutc, by notityidg inn of fame
at rooms of the Sanitary Cunmi-siou, I will
direct wben, wbcre and imw tbu tame elmll
bo Rent. Very reKiiectlulIy,
(Signed) JAS. E. YKATMAN.
Next followed the reudiug of Geo. Hal-
On motion, luo Chairman nppolnted the
following laumbers a coramittcu to colicit
aulwcriptionii in acconl uiCH vvilb thd rcnuoht
conlalned in thu J icf)itcli : It. 1. Clurk,
Clinton B. tick, A. W. Fugln, FrauciB Whit-
taker and A. G. Edw.ud.t.
Tbu uiembisis, however, Mildred no eolicl-
talivn, but came forward la crowds to tbe
Secrutury'ij deek und put down their names
lor liberul coutritmiious. I he leading pro
vision d 'al'-rs giive tlvo hogilieadi of biuott
each, and tbe millers g ui.-rully ten barruls
of flour each.
Those reprenenting other branch", of trada
gave truly (,f such needful articles as wero
epccially in the hue ol tucir bunuiMi. boine
luetiibi r.-i inadu their contributions in urmey,
to brf expended by the committee tor hrtidci
proper to bo Kent to the neidy itihabiiuuti ot
(J'jriiiib und vicinity. lu ball uu hour about
two hundred (b liars in lu uity w.ro tub
sciib-d, and eighteen bundled doll.tr in
bucon, 11 u r niiil m'.h other commotliiieg hi
ai; umed in the, letter cop'n-d above.
At the. old C'huiiJ.ir cl Ccdiiineice ft Htril
htr litter uud u c- py ol (J. n. llalb-ck's ilii
S'litili wete rici.lv, i end rubmittcd t- u
t-pecUl lbA-iUng. Tt t crtUty wu aut:i-r
i-d f) ric i Ve coal i i'nil lulls, and, u-i Hlllo
Ufuvn Cis.iu.bi!.. tb m.-nit-r i r- u.p'ly a . 1
netuCjl) ItrpcUd d iv tab.
$'fr$. FJUort Baltimore Antrii.
I notice in this (Monday) morning's edi
tion of your journal a letter from a Wa'h'rg
tmihin, higneil "Tbcllight Kind of a Union
Miiti,7' in which be aks the following ques
"I. S!!0!!!d Charlentoa b- t-npturrd. do
you propov-u to b.iru the jilaie? If not, di
yon propoo.; to niizo j.roiurty w ithout 1. ave
. "2. Do you npprovo of tin; course already
nd' pled by tlie Kedernl nrmy upon entering
ft c.ipinri d ci'y to rinsick It, Men 1 all the
;i;ino! find I'lber articles ot value, and chip
''.I. By wlmt anlhorilv have tlm Federal
officer. at Alexandria. Vu., Newbt rn, N. C,
and 1'oit Royal, C, taken iano8 from
b'liis s, bad tbm b;.!t'd tip, and fhijipid lo
th ir fiunlli- nt lh-i North?
t. By T!.at authority did Gt'n, BurniitleB
iu!o two boroe at Newberu, aud t-bip tlieui
lo Itlioih' bland?
'. I thie n for Uio restoration of our
nee glorious Union, or in it a war of rob
bery aud tillage of ihc Southern peopb??'
Now, tt.r.", I am a Virginian, and a wituess
of many of the noble and philanthropic tic
tious of his demi gods J. lUris Co. can
annw;r aoine of hi question by making cum
pariaonsfor which m iny of our noblest citi
zen'' can vouch. As to bid liit-t nutation, I
would ack. biui if be would be willing that
Boston t-hould burn, provhbd that Satan
showed hia love for hi .Soul limn eons by a
cluting them to reach aud capture that city?
If I mistake not tbe tenor and poirit of hia
4 letter, I should think that his haud would bu
the first to apply the torch. "Do we lutend
to burn Charleston?-' Can ho calmly view
the mercilul aud too magnanimous conduct
of our Government in tau.pat-t and pieent
la its dealings wilh treason, and then ak
such a question? No, Mr, wo will not bum
Chai leton, lor treason lurks not in wood,
brick aud pjoriur. Hut even admit that we
should, would we not have, the undoubted
right to deal with conquered territory as we
saw Hie Do not the rules of war war
forced upon us guarantee to the conqueror
tne boio privilege ot the disposal ot the con-
quereil? We thmk so. Or would we not bu
but lending es-iiBtuuce to the lire Heads of
tbe South who have inaugurated a burning
epochi As to his second question, I would
Bay that thieves never take the pre cautioa to
piuce aimed aim trustworthy guards atouud
tue property tl tue rebellious, as our Uuion
General. have done, and as the Rebel Gene
rals have not done. Does common sense not
teach him ihat in tbu best reKulat"d armies
it Is impossible to hinder all midemeatiors?
1! a. lew urticles of luxury have been appro
priated by tome of our soldiers, such article
having been thrown away or left by the 11 e
ing owin rs, who have riot returned to claim
thorn, and who, by their flight, treason and
desertion, forieit ail right, can they compare
lu euormity with the wholesale stealing ol
Jarge stuck t f merchandise from meu not
in urms, bt lovers of tlio Union? M.i;iy of
tho uiiichuati ol Borkley county, Va., nave
lost ajl they possefcsed lu this way, the steal
ing being sanctioned and applauded by-the
commanders of the Rebel armies. Dots our
'Uukm men" uphold such acts?
11 i b third and fourth questions may Indeed
be easily uneweud "by what authority.?"
Hy the tame authoiily that Jell". Davis und
Cu. inaugurated when tbey appropriated tho
nation's property to individual and vll!
us b. By the authority tout gives (in their
estimation) the Rebel Generals tbu light to
take the property and llvi s of the Uuionists.
By the sume uuthoiily that th'i R- bd lead
ers exercitu whin they bum by wholesale
the fusleiiauce ol the starving nia.-fes of the
South. And then "is this a war fur the
re.-toration of the Uuion?" By his weak and
childi.-h argument he withes us to learu that
"Destruction" and "Restoration" are auiag
oniric. Who bavo been the destroyers in
this strife? Did not tho traitor's cannon
first destroy our domestic peace, aud itng
nate ber commerce by thu cowardly a-suult
upon fort iSuuipter? By whose band I (hi?
faggot n uw aj'plied to thu wealth cf thu
South, and by whose command do burnlug
villages and btnilets mark the stoppages ol
the Rebel army, a at Corinth aud ether
placi s? Yes, falsa Unionists, wo will restore
the Union, but strangle S -ctBsioa. We will
retake aud reoccupy our nation's strongholds
on our Southern vo.ist, oven it by bo doing
we rmasti a lew pianos and rpproprute a tew
"hand organs." Let Secession sympathisers
groan to see the death throes ol their imp,
lor we are bouud to mike Southern chivalry
ditr-his grave, "Burnsida hoitos" ilia
tb bearse, aud "Secesh" pianos groan the
requiem: I bo answered? C.
Wa.biugton, June y, io:i.
Opinion of a l-oiidou Journal.
I'roui the Dally Loiulou News, May 20. .
Tbo financial pot-ition of tho United States,
after twelve months ol civil war, while it
sorely puzzles our mechanical politicians,
furnishes as striking a proof oi mo con tai.ey
of a lree people, aud ol the true window u
their rulers lu relying oa that constancy, hs
their recent triumphs lu the Held. . .
Every dollar which the Governim tit ot
Wabbiugtou requinu lu borrow uss beeu
raised witLiin inn union, promptly ana ut
moderate rales of intereft, and, a. we know,
everv dollar has been expended nearly as
fast as raised. j jvernuieui securities, pay
able at variously deicrreu tiertous have u- en
given lor tho vast sums go borrowed, and
these securiiies have been made by law a legal
tender. Bdt instead of dropping to a iuiu
ous discount, as certain reactionary pr,dn:i
auiong-t us would have had the woi id ant ci
pale, Treasury notes are actually ut thtee
p.-r cent, premium, and United Stales s'ock
is iu demand at 'JJ la the money inatket of
N; w York. Thi re is uothing to be compared
with thin lor grasYkur in tin! uuiuls id l.uio
p un tiuui.ee. In t li j inid-t cf a t.-rr tio
siruL'i e. in w b oh everv metiV and rooiircn
ut ti..j country is needed, wi'.lt an i.imy
ct 7 i)d DO-) lueu t'j I i.i.-e, pay, fe;J, ilin.tpli:..
bi.d iq i p at tbe exee. :-ivu to t which, pti
v. i bi.tily, utlea is ufj-eLcy; and Willi a tin-
uu too i.
io li el V. ..
I.'. 4 I v II. Il
'ilia ol g in boats und 1 1 i'i) c-'l v
t'j e i.-tmc . i.ii 1 arm, t j 'I t
eg . cry ut Ui. le of c mi ri or iu c
ury have been InipoeJ without a murmur of
lici)nton, and publio credit continues; tob.i
nnfalteringly sustained at a fiiruro which tha
Exchequers of Monarchy seidota hope to
It would bu on ill compliment to tho sngti-
c'rous and tlisfrnlnar ndvl'eri of IVsid-jnt
Ijncoln t a'-eril'O these remirkabb) phr-no-
mn mainly or primarily to any peculiar
skill nf theirs in llnance. Tho thing ha lu
it a far deeper and more Important untitling.
Credit U duo to (h i Cah'n-a ut V'a"liingto'tt
for the i-implieity stid cind.tr f.f th.'lr iinw
tires- and tbovu nil lor the co'ir igeou faita
tliey bav shown in th- calm Wdr.tlneNl
and palrioiism of tbe p -ople. But in this in-
domi 'ibl nnd nobl( fpitit cf the many lies
tho true Interpretation of the marvel. Clev
cr ministers mty. !rvin Ingenious lures in
1 iiiT of peaC' or plan-ibla britv; on the evo
ot l'or"i;rn war, whereby to raUo rtraordi:i-
ty loans, but no l'.nrepean ( iverniii 'tit sinca
tho golden day of the Jiute General ff J I jt-
land ba'i B!iccede.l in rii.-in tcluV'ty
ivi',1 in its own t ,-rriti.iy, t i-i.iiiiar i .teiof
I .i t.-r.'-t, witt'in twelve inontiis, a sum fquiv-
alenf. in amount lo several year ordinary
inconi', without materially depi eciaiing the
value of iis sectirltie and ol It currency.
As in pize and strength, s la financial
succefS, tho lat'er comniouwealth excels its
prototype. But tho cnuso in both is the same
a fixed belief in the mind of the many that
what they had nationally undertaken should
be accomplished a silent, unargued, but in-
trible conviction, scorn for tho idea of event
tial failura an ull but unanimous resolution,
to maintain at any cost, but to maintain
thoroughly and honorably,, the guerden of
those liberties they dearly priao Is the
pqbllq Becret" of what looks to despotic
aud oligarobio rulers as a riddle. The whole
community commits iUelf to the cost ot the
present war, because t'.ie whole community
leels that the defence of the Federal Consti
tution, and the suppression of unnatural trea-'
Mm, is worth the cost, and ought not to be
grudged. The rich men open their ntrong
boxes, and tbe thrifty contribute from their
frugal stores, and thu tradesmen and laborer
tak.0 without a murmur payment lu the pro-
missory notes ot the Slate, because all loci
that they cannot afford to doubt their value.
They do not want to believe that they have
any light to ik for a discount upon them.
They will not believe it; they do not believo
it lor tho best of ull possible reasons, that
they feel that tbey have it iu their power to
maku good every Cent borrowed in their
mine. This is publio credit, the publio credit
ol a self-governing people, one of the great
ist ami most notable results of freedom in ,
our time;, one of the most complete aud.
comprehensive uiiswurs ever given to tha
culunmieg of its foes.
A rnitlu...! s.
olliiat niotlter. ;
Tho following ia a literal copy of m
letter from a woman of North Carolira
to her Bon in tho rebel service, fths
ppcaka her minel frcclj concerning Jefp.
IJa vis aud his Government l
RioiiMoND Co., N. O , April 27, 18(12.
Mr Until Sox I r' ceivud your letter of
thu 7 ih inst., aud one from James of the 11th.
I was glad to hear that you were all well. '
We nad all beg in gladly to anticipate your '
return Home s -on, but now our loud hones
aro clucked by the pifi;r' by Coiu'resi. of
Jell'. Davih' ouiraxeotia law, comnelllntr von
all to remain, whether you wish to or not. I
do tin. ik it H u:i o'Ur.iivi in tli Southern
Couledemcy, and fp"ciiilly o-i North Caro
una, asMio Ua already given so many moro
tl'.an Were called lor, aud h tvin.' ho mnv
companies which do not come up to the
maximum ol the new law, it will lake the most
of our nieu of the pie cribe T uge lo fill up.
I very much fear that our Brosidout, If bo
does not mind, will create a rebellion In tha '
S unburn Confederacy. I Lave not yet beard
one speak In favor ol this new law, and bia
other arbitrary law to disarm tho p -opie, by.
ordering all their guns to bo taken, 1 see ha
already beeu obj- oted tu by our Governor. . 1
1 wisn you to wnio inu as sm at vou re
ceive this letter, aud tell mo what Alexander '
had beter do. I s.e no chance but that I will
have to give him up. However, I will get
ulong, und since be will hive to go, I wish
him to go ia your company; bo write soou
and tell mo what you w ill do.
I wrote t ou Home tinpj atio, Informing voil
lb it Jack McNull bud taken Fanny and Dave
to Hell them at Apul Com I; but when he
I oil ml that I did Dot ruisu tbu money to nar
the deot, ho did not sell them, but Lirod
them toBirry Mi Kay for their victuals and
cloth. a. ,
This community wis very
lst week, by rcc-ivirij J
Jobu Johnston's wilu had cc
by shooting ticr.-eif with
was cureleesly bit ou thj
been in great cihtre lor bs
this cruel war comnieniivJ, i
Neil D. died In Virginia, al
Daniel White ws killed, reason ion 1 1 tway,
aud she became (terlecty derangi d. I iitve
j.ist returned troiu seeing Consiu lUetor Mo- .
Millaii; ho Is sinking very fast, and cauuot
torn lu the b-.-d without help. Sarah Is bloo
ileclihing very lost. I tuut-t no cl my
Imperfect letter, l'lensi write soon, and
in u y the all-wise and merciful Gd be with
you, and guard and guld i you safe through '
all dangers, i the prayer cr
Your alleetionate mother,
KEctHsiox Morals. The Hichmonel
iJt.imiUU of the lilth complains that mur
ders and robberies are now more frequent
in that city than the have been for many
General Butler is more than a trumpt
Vi hen threatened with assassination ia
New Orleans he blocked that game by
coolly telling the rebels I.ii successor
would be General 1'htlps, the Van Leo ab-