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., WEDNESDAY VOUNINd JUNK IS, 1802.
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Cajigo of Cotton. A letter from on
board tlio Unite! States etcaniship Mis
sissippi, ofl" New Orleans, elates that a
load of cotton from the upp Louisiana
Lad reached that city. This cottou was
to be rut on board tho steamer Tennessee,
captiily u from tho rebels, and gent to
Boston, which will make good tho pro
mise of General I'uller, that ho would
Send homo a freight of cotton within
Biity days after passing the forts. Tho
same writer states that recruiliRjr is go
ring on for the Federal army at NewOr-
yarfa with unexpected Buccess.
1 Theatre. Last night a fair assem
J Wage was present to witness Othello,
which was performed much Letter than
on its first representation, and Mill bear
To-night Dr. Goldsmith's beautiful
comedy of " She stoops to Conquer,"
w hich will afford all the members of the
Company an opportunity to display their
Italent, will be the feature. Then fol-
i . i . i i l it:..
lowa a lerpsicnorean tuspiay uy iuinn
Conhta"1xf, and the whole to conclude
with the never-tiring farce of Iox and
The Church Journal publishes a let
ter from a clerical brother in Tennessee
(Wj-'who had submitted to the rebel
'"Vnent) in which he expresses the
"V though there is no doubt
Jbeling existing between some
JVbcrs of the Episcopal Church,
t and 'South, yet that, by kindness
ibonciltalion, at the end of tho war it
will Wear away, ana ine episcopal
Church will be one body again. Tho
writer adds: "Our clergy and people
have such a horror of schism in the
! church, that (hey will all submit to much
supposed uiikindncBS before they will be
thrt mefji fif causing it. even in apnear-
Barnum has awarded his prizes to the
xhibition babies. A child of i years
JL took the first prize of $100 as the
. meal cnuu on cimuiuuii. lueiusuuu
ilollars has been awarded, to the Cincin
nati child, eight months old, which
Weighs but one pound seven ounces ; and
.!arnum offers another thousand for a
snatch to it any time within a year.
A fpirited scrlmnuge occured in Hunts
Villa Alabama, a few dya since, butweea
volooel Lew. Hard, of one of the Ohio regi-
entf, and Colonel David, a law partner cf
fera Clemens, and formerly an earnestUnlon
!&n, but mors recently an oflloor la the
(.cbel army. The meeting took place at the
uarters of Mnjor McCook. . Some chum
ngne was oncned aod the dinoudsion of the
:aie.oi lae n)iiniry pn-neuiijr grew wurui.
he Alal)i'U Colonel toid tba Otiio Colouul
le whs a ii vr with the customary qualifying
iUhet, and Ohio toll him If be were not
'ie guoit ilMjor UcCot'k be would kaock
tn down AUm bitgned Ohlo.not to have
iy scrui'i'c ot that sort, and repealed the
plttitt. 8 j at It they went. Fair play was
iOwn, fid OMo nooa madu bis word good,
n(rkli, AUbima down and glviog bim a
I x n Itlna when be was down. O'llo'i
consisted chitily In a badly lora
irt. Ah bam received u f a I r of black
fs and e larged domj and mouth. Jre
ernt ru n,, i tho Ohio offlc -;r lew Ujs
ti-rwaids md told lit:n hi b td hxjulred in
tbo part,;ul..r of ili 8iy, und tht bis
iitner (lAvl) bud b. tu ik:rvtd exactly
lit. l)ivi- uIotwi(1i ackii'iw ledm-1 Ibd
hnd g"t iio mirt Ibiin Le drwivt-d. TLU
lie tlrcii vvjCp bua coniribulid laiKdy
'be pcpmaiiiy ol iliu OM iun In JIuuts
)iin tl th Thirty fix'.h Illlnoii trt).it cr-
d h coiiiiii koii Look iii t.U cup, uiida
.all riflu bill pit.-t j Ibroub the elotb
1 ttunutd Idi.i. 1 1 a fcliorw jid l.'iinl llo
'.let b.id j.Mij'f iluounh one of lhe covrof
Lc k, nni whru Le r.moved It, Ib'j ui'i
io ftL't ll Innii iio K'4vi s. We can only
.Hint fur llii IiIm llAni.'ii.iri fi ( lint f.ir'l
t tta eon ' v rr mi i xivratl-, t'mt ite t u'l,
I- -fv r-'l-r i.t ko.i.l o-'rtid n ', I'V
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"T . II 1 1 ' r i.i 'i ii in.. II mi. I. .11 it v
yjjrb tl.i' i in itn ij Uij'ul eneieiitr.
, Trom tii fc't. t.nl Unloa.
Tli Cry for rood from Corinth.
Tbu Chamber of C'imniercn was culled to
order yitiordny morning to tike into cmnid
eratlon a very bum ine. and brncvolent fu
pKiion eoniidned in a' tdler.ram from G -r.
llnll'Xk to the peep1" rf tliii city. Tli lis
patch will lully rxjil'iln iti"'lf.
Coiuntii, Jurif! 9, 1 8G2.
Jim J'. Ya'fii'in :
Iluriflred. ol women and children, In tbi
vloiiiity, are in a starving cop.ilitlor. Their
liUMlmmU and brothers wit Jxnrens'dl Into'
tho Confederate h irvice. and tho itb Is lb. rj
robbed them nt everythie.tf. ev"j to tho UhI
ini'r.h cow. Will njt h ; b 'iievoleiit citizens
of Si. Louifl 1') smjielhiiig for thesa poor euf
I'erlng people ? 1 will pvo nil puhhiolo f x
cilitien for disttibuling uny foed th it may te
ti ut. Mnney is .f no iify ; for ther) is no
food in the country to lei procured.
II. W.UMAAXK, Gen.
Tiie rrct-idc-iit tf Ihe Sunitary Committee,
Mr. Yeattaan, immcdi,itely addrepsed the
two commercial bodies of the cily as fol
Koom Wt:sTKnN S art CoMMrrniK,
t-T. L .a, June 10, 18G2. 5
To tht Sanitiry :
You will Hud fnrloed a copy of n dis
pilch jwt received f'rotn General Ilalleck.
It E xplains itfelf. I fIiiiII dispatch an a?ent
ou to morrow with snoh contributions as may
be made (or the Fullering, i'lour, ni"alf ba
con, bci t, salt, coffee, tea, su'ur, bonus, horn
lay are all ntded. Phase present this to
the movements on 'Cbang'j to day, Bud I
doubt not tbey will immediately und g ene
rally respond to the same
1'arti-s willing to contribute, by notifying
me will be directed when, where and how
their contributions ehalll be forwarded.
Very Ui specifully.
J. Ii YEATMAN.
As usual oar merchants repponded to this
nppual in a liberal ppirit, and before tho ex
piration of 'Change, some $2,000 bad been
suliscribod in brenlitiifTs and provisions. At
the old Exchange, a like feeling wd express
ed, aod contributions worthy of the ccoas'on
We do iiot wi?h, while charily is on her
angel visit lu our raid-t. to call up the fell
ipiritof recrimination and viudictiveness j
but it i a fit occasion lo remind the secess
loniHt of this city, mvle and female, that tbey
arj responsible forihe suffering and death, io
the extent of their example and arts, brought
about by this unholy rebellion. The null'ur
Ing is uuioiig Ihe poor ana more ignoraut
Classes no doubt. Tliepe hav2 hcen led by
tho fophistry and ambition of sfCesjlou
lead-rs to take part against a Government
the inont In iievolent and free tho world ever
enj ijed. Entrapped into this suare, force
whs Mibfcquently used to. drug these victims
iu!o Ihe service cl the rebi llion. They have
been HUiered, enjoh d und coerced, and the
ierultis set forth in tho di -patch of a General
ol the Union tcrcee un officer, who, afur
oompelliog these miserable leaders and dupes
to evacuate lh-ir strongliold, oinpl iys his
position snd Influence lo the holy put pore of
pn curing assistance tor the Ftnrving families
ol the enemy. If a traitor iu our city or
elsewhere can rend these proceedings with
out feelings of the deepest buiniiiatici and
sliMme, be must be beyond the reach of human
feeliug, and incapable of tho aspirations of
human dvstiuy. Let the pert miss flaunt
her whit and rid trimming on the street,
snd toss her empty bead at tho nag of tue
Uuion ; and the equally brainless boy show
off his ground swell about Southern rights
and -Northern aggression there, around
Corinth, the field of secession chivalry and
military strategy, la an exposition of the end
( all ot this miserable alt. mpt to break up
thu great An erican Republic. The chivalry
have fled, und are now scattered like dust
throughout the adjacent country; their
boasted defence works are In the possession
of the Uuion army, and Irouf there Gen. Ilal
leck Bends out to the loyal men of the coun
try an appeal to Iheir sympathy in behall of
tho women and children rendtred destitute
by the acts of those who were appointed by
every law, human and divine, to be their
supporters and defenders.
We trust tho better feelings of humanity
may signally triumph on this occasion. Let
tho subscription ot the Union be free aod lib
eral ; and, above all, let the secussionists ol
this cily improve the opportunity to make
some amends for their atrocious conduct, by
a timely beslowall ol iood to their starvlog
Another Government Cotton Sale
Confiscated Cotton ot Auction.
One thouand bales of cotton were sold to
dsy for Government account, at the corner
of Wall and Front streets, iu this city.
About six hundred and fifty bales were the
Sea Island variety, tbe cottou having been
gathered at Port Royal mostly by tba con
irabandrf. Tbe gkiulng was all performed here, un
der the superiutendenoo of Mr. W.Frederick
ion, tbe ebief of the governmeul Cotton
Agency Bureau. The bales were marked
with the, names or IniiUls of tbe men on
whose estatts the raw material was eatbered,
and a careful acoouut was kept in order
that If any of tbe planters should ever prove
their loyalty to the Government, they may
receive the profits of the sale.
Three hundred and fifty bales of Gulf cot
ton were also sold, making an aggregate of
cne thousand In all. Nearly all ot this cot
tui was purchased a fsw weeks agi by the
G 'Vi rnment, and plscea on bosra tue steam
siiiu Yauderlillt. iu ord :r to protect her
muchWry duiing a well known and impor
tant expt'ditioo In wUleu sue was recently
Tbe residue was used in a similiar man
ncri Tbe whole were resulPcd to tula putt
and the sals today realized a sum cqiul to
tnat which was origiuitlly puid lor the cut-
ou. It was purchased by the Qiarter
master's Oi psritneut.
The pik'es obtsiui'd lor tbe Sea Ldaad cot
ton rmigid ficw twfuty-four ceuts per
pound lor a tew bales f damaged to miy
lour tuid a half cents f ir the b.st quality,
and (he bidding was splilted. It may bo re
in irKcd that the tweuty-uine lots wbieb com-
luitd the bua lsliir.d cot on sold In rait an
hour to about a d y.en buyers, neirly ull of
wf.om weie regular cotton orok irs.
Two hundiid od twm y tbousmd pounds
o! this variety iii at aa averae or more
than Ulty ceiiti p ;r pound ; and Gulf cottou
Fold at uu aeuiu ol twenty out) to twenty
Tti.i a fri i7te itiuount otmnniy rvulied
by i t.u s.ile l lo t l..r Iroin $'J00.0ui).
(;tu tin U-.ui't hu'.is New Orleans confis
i.t d cotton will be Mild to narrow at unon,
;it L'liiiLnet's .V'aDtio d-ik A", i". I jl-
Bj.-Last Night's Hail.
loiter from Hie Army of Hie
TUIsilc.il Smthtm KwnMkl Sll!en
TtJiinr tht 0itJi cf AUfjiniut to ihe U.
S'. Arrival of Gm. Wallace's Diriibmal
Nnr.phia Fighting in Front of Chnrln
lm Ccj'i'ire of the JtcUl t-lwnwr Crmlon.
Memthis, June 1 1. A cltiznn of this cily,
who ba taken the oath of allegiance, jnst
returned from Grenadi. Miss., reports that a
rebel arrry of 5.000 strong has concentrated
ther:-, and th'it business was brink and pro
The following is a copy of thi oath ad
ministered to reb"l oflijers and soldiers w ho
voluntarily delivered themselves up :
" I solemnly swear that. I will bear true
allegianco to the United States end support
and sustain tho Constitution and laws there
of; that 1 will maintain tho National bov
er ignty paramount to (hat cf all Status or
corporate powers; that I will di-courage,
difcountenajiee, and forever oppose secession,
rebellion, and disintegration of the Federal
Union ; that I disclaim and denounce all faith
and fellownhtp with the so-called Confederate
State's aod Conf dernlo armies, and pledge
my property and my life to tho sacred per
formance of this my solemn oath of allegi
ance to the Government of the United Suites
There is much alarm among the whites cf
Crittenden county. Ark., opposite this city,
in consequence of tbe discovery of a design
on the part ot several hundred of the negroej
of that county to a simultaneous run away
and to present themselves to tho Federal
army for protection. There are 4,000 ne
groes in the county and only a few hundred
whites, some of whom are leaving, not
deeming it safe to rem dn among tbe negroes.
A company of c.ivrvlry, the advance guard
of Gen. Wallace's command, reached here
yesterday, and Gen. Wallace will probably
arrive to day and tike command of the city.
1 The following despatches are taken from
.he Memphis-Grenada Appeal of the 12th.
! Atlanta, Jane 10. Pa's-ngers by tho
Stare train reported the enemy variously
estimated at from 3,000 to 7,000. had left
the river oppoflte Chattanooga after divid
ing his forces, pait going up and part
going down tho river. It was believed that
they would attempt to cross and form a
junction on this side, to attack this ciiy.
Gens. Kirby Smitb, Ledb etter and Reynolds
rtro there with plenty ot Ir iops to meet the
enemy. The people ot Chattanooga are firm
and free from ularm.
j New York, June ,1C Tb3 correspondent
of the Philadelphia Pre-s, on board tho
steamer Brooklyn off Baton Rotigo, May
oOth, states that Fort Morgan had surrend
ered, leaving Mobile unprotected. Aho that
Brigadier-General Williams encountered u
ljrg'i body cf rebels outside the city. A
terrifio engagement is transpiring, but the
re-ult is unknown. G 'n. Butler is sending
more meu up in tho Constitution ond Mis
sissippi. ' Several crevasnes had occurred in the Mis-st-idppi
river, and in Fomo places whole
towns and plantations were immersed.
Ihe Hartford and Richmond had fired into
Baton Rouge, killing and wounding several
It is the intention of the flVet to run bv
Vieksburg and attack tho rebel fleet on tbe
lazoo river, one ol which Is iron-plated.
Kansas Crrr. June 1C Advices from Fort
Scott to the 13lh statu that detachments of
tbe Second Ohio Cavalry arrived at tbut
pluce to-day with one thousand head of
fiae beef Cattle and eight hundred head of
mules and horses, taken from Col. Coffee's
command on the morning of the 4th.
Our forces, five thousand strong, in com
pany with Rabb'e Indiana Bittery, under
command ot Charles Doubleday, made an
attack at an early hour on the morning ol
tbe 4th, and completely surprised the ene
my. A part of Coffee's command Is made
up ot Indians. All tbe munitions, camp
equipage, &o., belonging to the enemy, fell
into our bands.
A regiment of Uuion Indians is expected
in a day or two. Thry are to be armed and
equipped preparatory to marching South,
j McCi.icrxAN'B IIeadciuakteks, I
I Saturday Evening, June 14. J
Tbe rebels yesterday, after driving from
Old Church a squadron of tbe Fifth Cavalry,
proceeded to Garlick's Landing on tne
Patrunky river, about four miles above the
White House, where tbey burnt two schoon
ers and some wagons, aod drove off the
mules. Their conduct It represented as
barbarous, having killed several of our
teamsters without any necessity. Those
who tailed to make their escape were taken
prisoners. From there they proceeded to
Cburcbell's Station, four miles from the
White liouHe, with a view of burning tho
A train which was passing down at the time
was fired iuto, killiog two and woundiag
several. A Colonel belonging to tbe Ex
celcior Brigade was then tuken prisouer, bnt
succeeded in escaping. During ihe night a
paymaster jumped from tba train and bid
in the woods uutil morning, leaving $120,
000 in tbe cars. The train never stopped,
but passed on to White House. Alter ties
trojiug tbe telegraph wires, tbey proceeded
to Ball, to croi-s near N.w Kent Court House,
on the way to Richmond, crosi-Ing the Chick
aheminy, between Bottom's Bridge and
James River, about to o'clock this moru
iug. The force that accomplished this was com
posed of 1,500 cavalry acd six pieces ol ar
tillery under General Stuurl, most of whom
were residents of ibis locality and knew
the toads. Al Oid Church ihe rebels had in
renorve sit regiments ot lulantry with ar
tillery, and la s ion as the licts w.-re. known
purFuit by cavalry was Immediately ordered,
but the euemy hiving had much of a bUrt
only rive were captured. .
bever.il arrests have been made to day of
citizens within our lines ou suspicion of
giving iulormation to the em my.
A Richmond paper states that 3 000 pris
oners tuken by Gen. Jac .son from Gentr!
Hanks, left Oil Wednesday lor Suliiburg, N.
j. itsiu siiia mat or ine in ui our
wounded that fell into thoir hands at th)
buulu o! Fulr Oaks, nine havo tmcn died,
and the balance uro iu the Lluerty l'iiou
MtuniH, June 15 Col. Slack's oider
suppremutig the circulation ol Conlederatu
Trcusjry note, uuu p quiring pin-oiia to re
ceive p niiitH tupi-s the guards around tins
city, lias produced great exci iineat. The
; papt 1 1 iu.- uiu iou i aitoilali ou tn-j lormer
I Bulj c'. 't tin A i ' ' is depteeates the
1 with iv Licit the ot Jer has becu iosacd
says it will ni'imatcly call outtbo hoarded
currency which has bnen Idle fir smn';
months. Th'? Avalinch-) trus's the order
will be modified, as it c nilicia with ib?
ejrprfs-ed views of C!. Fiteh in bis inter
vic.v wph bt'iker-t rl the cily.
A woman dr-.-ss-d Iu in;u's apparel w as
arrrted a a spy yesterday. -S'j i represents
berstlf as having lvn iu t!io Confederate
service under Gen. Polk.
Seventy four Coufed -rate fii '.' ; rs and foI
dh rstook th n oath on Siturd ty.
The following inlrom llo; Vick'btirg Njv-s
of Ihe 12th:
Gen. Breckinridge arrived y-'.-t -rd ty.
Seven of the enemy's k miioi's w -te en
gaged in shi-Bing Grand Galf all yesterday.
The re.?ult is unknown.
Gen. Butler Ins arrested Dr. Slorre at
N-w Orlj ins and lodged bim iu Fort Jack
son with bis limbs shackled and ironed.
We learned the Confederates last wek te-
enred the New Orb-aim, Opclou;is nnd Great
Western Railroad from the enemy, lnkitiK
several tfliscrs and privates prisoners. Two
trains wero taken near Brazier Cily. All
tho Federals aboard were captured. (Jar
men then ran the trahi to Algiers, and cut
the levio to prevent the euemy cettinir out.
Tbey soon rep tired it.
Later papers contim thi particular of
the banging of a mm mined Multord, con
demned by the mi itary cotntnander lor tear
ing down the American flag on the 4.b of
bix released prisoners taken at Cnmn Jack
son have been Fcntenced to bo shot for viola
tion ot parole.
The VicU.-burK Wbisr of Thursday con
demns tbe opinion thut the city must neces
sarily surrender. It says : "Having driven
oats; tue utet irom Oiiow, wo only awa-.t au
opportunity to destroy the one lrom above.
tiusTON, June 10 A correct report of the
journal ou board ihe gunboat Cbippiwa. off
ll';l.: . t j.i. . .. '
it iiujuiKiuu, juue -iiu, ui tue iiouui v cruou,
Capt. Giettsou, bus just come over Irom Fort
ivMswell with the information that tbe State
of Georgia has captured tho rebel steamer
Gordan, owued iu Charleston, and sent to
New York. The Gordan is a fine steamer,
ana can make her seventeen knots. Enrhtef
her crew jumped overboard from tbe State of
weorgu, aud ttied to escape, but tbey were
recaptured, and tho crowd which was col
lected to receive ber, were Fhcdled by the
Victoria, dispersing them. They soon re
turned with a litter bearing off two killed
The Goidon, alius Nassau, has already
arrived at New York. It is ascertained
lrom tho Gordon's crew that an iron clad
steamer with 13 or 11 Armstrong guns is
uiuug out ut Nassau, una is uLioui ready to
carry tbe six or seven small steamers into
Wilmington. A fight may be exp.cted.
The North Carolina (propeller), which
went out ubout tbr, e mouths ago, and was
to ou Dack ou the iun ol this mouth, took
out a cargo worth $150,000, and is expected
with a heavy one iu return, is owned partly
iu Wilmington and partly in New York.
ihe transcript gives a doubtful report,
under date ot Port R;yal, May , that the
blockading fleet off Cuarlestou had captuted
six British steamers and sunk three.
New Yokk, 1C The steamer Arago, from
Hilton Heud, has nrrived with eighteen rebel
prisoners, und 3G0 bales Sea Island cottou.
The steamer Artel, from Apiuwall on the
8th, has urrivt d with S35.000 in treasure.
Callao dates to Miy 2!)th stile that there
had been an earthquake there aud at Lima.
The British ship ot war Mutino was
wrecked near Manzello, but the tre.tFure,
crew, and funds were saved.
Fighting before Charleston.
Memphis, June 14. Tbe Grenada Appeal
of the 12tu contains the following :
"Auotsta, Ga., June 11 Fighting con.
tinues iu the vicinity of Charleston. Papers
of that city this morning contains ptrticu
lars of a sharp engagement on James Island
on Tuesday afternoon, which continued un
til dark. Our forces consisted of three regi
ments, one battalion of infantry, and three
batteries, under the command of Gen. W. D.
' The enemy were under the protection of
fell 'd In aod gunboats. Col. Williams, ot
tne 4G.b Georgia regiment, was mortally
wounded. Our loss is estimated at from 30
to 65, principally Georgians. The loss of
the enemy is thought to be heavy. The
Confederates succeeded in driving tbe Yan
kees from a piece of woods tbey were tryiog
Col. Laman, of 8 cssionville, kept up a
fire on tbe enemy's boat and land camp,
and on Monday be disabled tbo Yankee pro
peller. A Federal pruoner, taken on Monday, rt.
ports the eoemy's force on James Islaud at
sixteen regiments strong, and a tew uiore
were expected shortly.
It Is reported at Charleston that the steam
er Cecil at that port, from Nissau with a
cargo of Cotton had been captured by llu
- Foktkkss Monroe, Juno 15. The news of
the naval fight on the Michinsippl, the taking
of Corinth uu I Memphis, and the advance of
the Federal army into List Tenuee, has
just been published In Richmond, and create i
great consternation and depression.
Nkw York, June IS. Tbo Uarald's Wat-h
Ington despatch says tbe Conferruce Com
mittee on ihe Tax Bill having declined to
hear any argument whatever in regard to
tbe pending amendments, are making rapd
progress. They have already paMied upon
135 of tne 315 Senate amendments. The ux
on spirits and lobacc-j is to b settled to-morrow.
Some ol the Committee are iu favr of
striking out Davis's amendment levying a
lax of len cents additional on all spirits to
be used, as whisky, brandy, wine, !ito., ami
adding that assoyjit to t:e tax on iiiiipiu dis
j Trdmi'i Dwpitfrh
Complaints conn from -Norfolk that the
authorities, both civil aod military, are treat
in tbe rebel." there with so much considera
tion that tbey glujy la their pos.tion, aud
launt Union meu. Many of tbe Utter n
ore- ihi-ir rei;ret that tbey, loo, bad not
joined th.; relielliou, since tbos'j wh d.d
tared much better thau tlu-y during ht as
cendency ol J.fl'. Davis's fcOVeruisi-.-m, and
fare, no woe, tS Buy the Iwn, now.
Wasiuvjto.s, Juue 15. Nonewscf public
iutercFt has been rctived at the War D
p.triui'-ut to-day fr'.ui any direction. The
telegraph liiirt turn i'i ll.Uwa.re to Fortress
Mem oh was iijmed by the Ftorm of S. tor
day aud Is' not ia worl i(r order.
Carpenters are e.a'-d to-d ty on to of
the churches fur t e u 't u latinn if in
valid". It b.is been ai-ct r ain-d ul th ; Pint OfUce
llileut that n'u:gt rr.e ! tteis whieti
UCloed 14 envelopes viuSti-s d wilb
both the on and the (hreerent smmp of the
old style, have in some Instances been trout
ed by poMmasI- rs fts unpai I, ami xlrj post
are extcttd. I'ubiic lldlicc Is h-n l,y given
that stii nip i-d envelopes ol this decripiion,
wltlr h are dosianed to facilitat-j pre piiyni'-nt
ol Hi t carriers' .'es in tili 'H. havo not be n
sup'-rs de. I, ni:d they .r- pcri.-ctly valid lor
the prepayment i f p.tiagt w hij'.i tho stsinps
' Wahimiton, Jiin" 15. Inhnbiian s of
Winchester, during J,ick' ni's o c.ipati' u, say
that b-fore he left, lie made a neei.h to tiio
people, ftFsiuifig Ihun (h it he'd return nt
an i inly day, udding that as l e didn't fail
wh"rt lie promis d befure, h t wouldn't now.
A deFpalch from Gimi. Johnori was found
at Wiucbester, lu which he tells Jackson if
the force In his immediate front is nut loo
Iarp", to threaten Washington and Balfitnore,
forth'? purpose cf directing reinlorcemouls
The Preci.ient's family have gone for tho
summer to the ol 1 S ildiets' IIjuu', where tha
llKAliO.L'AUTKns IMSTRICT OF THE 01110,1
.Na hvlllo, Juun Utti, lntii. J
Sipcrial Orders Mo. 75.
II. CoI.Staxi.kv Matiikw.s, 51st Ohio Vol
unteer", Provost Marslial of Nashville, is
din-ctrd to send a dotachineul of men under
a commisi-iotied oflker to the depot of the
Lcuisvillo and Nashville Railroad, in this
city, before tbe departure of every train ou
said Railroad, to examine tho cars und fee
that no officer or soldier lenvrs the city for
Louisville, without permii-i-iou fiom lliese
An officer will bo required to show a writ
ten order tr lea-e of abs-ence, and non-com
missioned officers and privates will lie re
quired lo show n written order or ftitlough
from these Headquarters, or a " discharce,"
signed by Brig. Geu. E. Demon r, U. S. Vol
unteers, or by th-j commanding officer ot his
regiment or battery.
In no case will a non commit-sioned officer
or private be allowed to take tho cars with
his arms and tquipments unless he produces
a written authority tor so doing from these
By command ol Major-General I!ci:i,l.
(Sign, d) O. D. GKBBSF,, A A. G.
Ofiiciul IIknuy Stun:, A. A. A. G.
Jiine 13 1 w.
Henl-&uihr(crn 'Mslrlot of ttic Ohio. .
NASUVIL1.K, My 7, i
Col. Stanlky WATUEWfl, rroiwt Marshal,
Colonel: The General Commanding
has been reliably informed that certain
houses in this city which have been tak
en possession of by the Military author
ities, arc now occupied by ollicera who
were not authorized to so occupy them
by competent authority.
He directs me to call your attention to
the fact, and instructs you to take the
necessary steps to cause the houses to bo
vacated at once.
Officers performing Staff duties in the
city, Surgeons in charge of Hospitals, and
tho officers of tho Provost Guard are
alone allowed to live in quarters. Sur
geons of Hospitals must live in their
Hospitals or in their immediate vicinity.
Olficcrs of the Provost Guard, except tho
Provost Marshal, must have their quarters
in the building occupied; by tho Provost
Guard, or in the immediate vicinity.
You will at onco report all violations
of these instructions to these Head-Quarters.
Authority to occupy houses possessed
in the name of and for the United States
will in future issue from these Head
1 am sir, very respectfully, &c.,
(Signed) O. I). GREENE, A. A. O.
Teiitteee Money Wanted l
change for Millinrrf (iood at
State Dank - 07
Planteis' and Union 77
Lamb is: Muni'iiEY have just received
a fresh lot of Trimming, and Bonnet Iiib
bons, Kuches, Laces, Flowers, Children's,
Misses, and Ladies' Hats, English Split,
Coburg and Tulip Piraid Bonnets, besides
a general assortment of Millinery Coodn,
which they oiler to the trade, at a fitnall
advance, taking Tennessee funds at the
liberal terms mentioned. We would ad
viso the Milliners and Merchants to give
them an early call. They keep at No.
10, Public Square Calhoun's Old Store.
juue 17 tf
I ft N II K A X V, V.
Against loss or damage by fire or the
perils of Navigation', can be obtained at
the Insurace O-'Iice of
W. J. MA UK,
No. 2j College Stuket,
(Opposite he Scwar.ee House.")
We ti.nuiww uuil kl. til ! i. ilurm? Ilia r nniie-r,
:f i n I t. II irlml Unit of KM! I'.-; n-I MI'SMi,
f .r i. i'.p ut t- i- ii' - it tJ-li pi .(:,
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nout- i-; i.i. et r.rr ior j-.i-, s
lill I'll I.- .-.!,.. I.... i-lim, t.u 0.4V.-1 , y
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r'r r' iySfis,i,,
c.-'c tn! T..li-;r im to N'ltilivilie l"i inn.
Extensive Rebel Batterie3 near
General Ecnhara to Succeed General
Gea Jackson Reported Reinforced!
Rebels Hold 01.1 Church!
Shipment of Africans for Hayti I
Fort Korrjan not Captured !
Exclusion of Slavery forever from
the Territories !
Defeat of the French in
Locinvillk, Jane 17 liebel effbers taken
near Charleston report approaches lined with
General Benhain bus succeeded llonter in
command of the vicinity ol Charleston.
Manassas Junction, June 17. It is report
ed that Jackson has been reinforced.
Beauregard's urmy suppoFed to be still In
tbe vicinity of Okolona.
Potomac rebel still bold Old Church.
Jackson's army reported to be on flank of
Another ship load of African's soon leaves
Washington for II tyii.
A majority ol both Houses favor the ex
change of sevtrul prisoner, including Buck
ner. Tbe rrportid capture ol Fort Morgan is
FutUKKK KM:ri:;, June 17. The rebels of
boibst xts U'-e vt ry contemptuous towards
the Federal 11 ig.
Al WLite House, Va , Ihe lebe-H attempted
lo drive in lh Fe-deial pickets in front of
Heintzelinan's divi.-iou. A few were wound
ed. None killed.
Secretary Stanton denies that arms havo
been Fi.nt Hunter to urm ihe blacks.
The Ilom-c concuired in the Senate bill
excluding Flavery forever Irom ull the Ter
ritories. Tbe bid donatiifg lauds to S utes for Agri
cultural and Mechanical Colleges, parsed by
a vote of eighty ulue sguinst twenty-five.
M xicau dateg to th- 21-u ult. confirm the
defeat of the French ut Puebl t. The French
ure now hemmed In at, Orizaba.
auJ rr sal by
J. M. MURPHY,
72 PUBLIC tiQUAHF, NEAR TUU
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With an art utmi-iit of I iSi-n Tn. Hat
Faiiojr and I'uliu laf fam, I'HfluiHery, 4o ,
OS AMI AFTf.Il THIH DATE, T11K
LAKE KINGSTON ICE !
WILL HELL ICK AT
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ami It. for Specie Fcsjs.
Naulivi!!, June till, Milt '
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