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"TnK WII'L 0F A MMVLE ItESOLVEI) TO 15 K NiKK IS LITTLE LESS THAN OMNIPOTENT."
WINCHESTER, TEtYN., MAY 30, 1863.
She iteilfi UtHctw
bo nppinnto-1 to superintend paying
and providing guirison equipage.
Major V. ili in lea he will 'havo two
' hundred nnd fifty in a low days. Tho
v"i of tli" no'ri.M women and children
will be sent to the roar of Gallatin to
work un plantations, to raise provisions
iinj)''Opri:iti'd to their
The following order in important to
ladies proposing to visit this depart
ment, and (Jen. Ro.'crnns desires it
thoroughly ventilated in tho .Northern
H'idijuirti ra of the Cumber1 'a id , Of
v I'ruvost Marshal, Marfwiloro Mn
S. 'flu's Icing the season for active
military operations, tho presence of
ladies, however desirable under certain
eireitnisfances, is not so now.
Ti e General commanding directs
that no passes In; issued to ladies to
pass f'iM'n I "uisviMe to Nashville, Mur
froe .Vn' or within the lines of this
Department until further orders.
Those residing in tho North are warned.
to avoid tho trouble and exponso of
traveling to Louisville, as they wil1 not
bo adm;t(ed within the linos of this
Department, except, in the most urgent
eases, and then under passea issued
from the Department headquarters.
Major and Provost Marshal.
l,oi -is ir.r.K, .May S. It is reported
!::!' the rebel oavaby tliid-T'"'Mire:Tin
and V heftier are at Lexington, Ttmn.,
and moving towards .Kentucky.
Au'i; York .Wutfrrt.
S.viTitn.w, May 1). llamblofon,
bil'dy editor of the Atlanta ((.juorgia)
( 'onfederney, arrested some davs agj,
a,- 1 - a;t'he.i to-day lor ins oisciiaive upon a
From the Pcier.btirg (V;i) Kxpr.-s. 14t!i writ ol iji:s rvy,i -:
i is Hie
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S mlheni iii'Tcha n !s All these j
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a;. i s w no umi ma i otu m v wiin
t I;'- 1 I ! ( 1 1 II' IS 01 I il inhe.t.M; j.) Veiai'OI
to his allege I .'!ienscH in "'.'t tins' up
W. .J. SI.ATTKH. l-'ropriotov.
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this month, the teims .f ex-ual advertl.-iiig in
the Daily Ihilletiti, will b u i. . 1 1 :
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iron. Third Week .1' I cents asipiareeneh in -eel ion.
Fourth ir!s&-2" cents a square each inscr
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Third mid Each Sxwdh.fi .11,;. At. the
rate of $1 per square a mouth.
Advertisements inserted once, twice, or three
times a week, charged as new iuLeni.-ements
2" per cent will be added tr (he above rate.;
fur Special Notices.
10 lines niake one square. No ;elvi ; -ments
le.it than 1 sqietre.. A dvert i.-einen!s 1 1 1 ; ; t.
make over 10 lines mid unib-r liiv s cutee.!
:is one ami -a half .-qiisi r-s. Advcrli-ime.tJ
that, make over 1"; lines and umb-r 'Jo lins
eoiinte l as two squares.
ft will be a favor if advertisers wl'.l pb-a.-.
mark on th:ir ad verti'mi-nts t ! i - aumbrr of
-qmires they wish them to occupy.
' 'ji tunric.t, E'tiftirinl ,V,)j ',,( ' ,)r,,,('-'
".ti'in-i for individual benefit, will be char-d
.'it cents per line.
Latest from the North !
We are ii dehted to a friend f'"i
opv of the Haiti more A ire ficn: '.'
ndav last. A close examina: ;on ui
when Longstreet's corps retired from
its position tho day previous. They
seem delighted to find themselves once
moro in the North, and enjoying the
panoramic display of .Broadway with,,
Within the last week three detach
ments of U. S. sailors, accompanied in
everv inst,inr w n tinm of ATtiMnal
1 4 . '"n'o" "'at Lnio.'ln lias elianecl aliau u
iiii.nu, iiiiv u icii hum uiiv iu I eni ioitc i ,
the vessels of tho different squadrons.
There are now ovor twelve hundred
attached to tho receiving ships at this
port, and Capt. Meado has them so
well and efficiently disciplined, that a
crew can bo despatched a few moments
after the order is received. A dispatch d itc-; V, ;, Mil,.
Tlu- Yankees tt'i t w . ie.:..i;v..! ,
T .. . ! t 1 . .
laeimi, rum nine iiuieireo .a
(jrimt occupied ,). .n i,.
the entire artuy is no; o-r '
On Friii!i I,uri:u c:u "f:,". ! .i.
siii ply (.-. ii, .
Ml'IlV't.V!:, M.,j. I '
The Knquirer 'ay. i; , j., ','n-:
ham's smitence, and w ;!i ;,-i;d hi
Apprchendon-i are felt in ';
a raid of l'.ebel cavalry will b.
Nutiotikl capilni. 'lie y ', :i it U
bridge have been removed, ;.nd
tioned at the :;q;:t die : b- ;.' ;e.
A dispatch d:l!c"! :,';, U'.,:'v
no indiciit'ons of a n...-, i i,, i
army to the south si.'e ,. ;' ,;(.. ;
A eoiTeapundctii o! j'.,,, ,
alleged uuihority, th:.'. a V.!.k.
shot. Ti.,' enemy's
pri-ormr and uehei tc.i
iand. Hooker w.t
OUTRAGES OF THF ENEMY !c.'llo,a;iu;-, H' 1
, I since the tu lit.
T Ty, E G RA P IT T C.
AScmH'IATKI) 1'UESS DIsI'ATCII EH.
l.,o ! d.
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pi'i'sou who a lew
;i a list of New York
Jleart-rending Accounts !
GEX! TILQHMAX KILLED.
x o u rr t 1 1: ji tv in i : w s :
!'i:i.I. IlwMA. Mi
All quiet In f;..:r
Levii il!') r.r.,1 X
r- eei','ed, but co". i
; The cilice of r,..,
j st roved.
I L.'ivrje nninbe:. ;
j force Grant.
; Lui;villi d"t
Vallandischam to bo Sen. '"South !
'.his truck liti' Lincoln, sheet,
mited in iinding but little of iiit-'re-t.
from any quarter. We copy a few
items which we have not s.'en ptihli-h-d
heretoforoin any. Southern journal :
Ik idijuartcrA Arnvj , (h,; Pt-t .!.,
Mit-I 0. General Hooker directs, on
?hi! information of the, Medical Director
of this army, thai the wounded within
our lines are properly cured for and
have everything they need. Those ot
our wounded within the enemy's lines
the enemy will not permit 11113- person
to visit, but they arc all to be sent over
Jf any aid is required it will ho tele
graphed for. TheefTe.et ol the pre, nee
of Stata Agents has been to i.HerU re.
with the necessary and proper sye, a
The Medical Director docs not desire
them to lie here at this time.
The Washing! or- Star iay.- that those
who imagine that, the events of the
past week upon the .Rappahannock
have materially damaged the eilb-ietiey
of General Hooker's army, will ire
long find themselves much mistaken.
It will not be very long before the
Ilobcls will find that what thry row
'jlaim as a ictory, has damaged them
vastly more than it damaged i,he Union
armv of the Potomac foi what will lol
low "in this spring's campaign in that
Department of the Cumberland . M-rg-tn
Under Arnut, Etc.
" Mukfrkesbobo', M.vy s-Trustworthy
information from JL.nchester
represents that Johnston m in com
mand 1 her".
' Gen. J. 11. Morgan is uiider ariv-f
for refusing to obey Gen. Wheeler,
who has been placed oyer hita. Mor
gan's men threaten to disban:!.
Tho rebels think we arepout'y forti
fied hero, and will fall back to Nash
ville when attacked. They say they
Till be in Nashville in fifteen days.
Major Wiles, Provost Marshal Gen
eral, is organizing negroes in this de
partment into brigades, t bo armed
with spades, uxoo, picks, frc, for build
ing fortifications, digging trenches, and
tor eemera! fa fig:: purposes.
Squads of thirty each will be piaceu
under an East 'iV.nessec refugee as
overseer. Or?, -voman wH bo allowed
as cook for ton .sen. and oSicera will
.1 i le
1 more are tu firrive to-niirht. Convevnn
e ,-nt there in the morning.
described ji? nie.-t b)',eliin..,.
crs. and daughter; 'enve
Men hiivinr; fa mi lie- were
?lc(Hl, men w'r.h
niviiei and pro;
Te in phis .h;;r
Gen. Thoi;',.i- I.
Ihirici :e' '
mid the .-'cent i.
i f'.th. 111 'li
;il!i)V'd l ' t;d:e
:J: tile I.uhn0e m! lh-i,
i lalO'll t the !'CVe
said li-!, wee- marked "bkiek," and
ei.,!!:-'fj'.! ..Milly recived no Southern
He atterwards became the editor of
the Atlanta (,'oin'edi'racy, and was
biielv fo'ind iu th's city under suspi
h ious oirru instances and some ?2C,000
in Confederate money and homh were
found in his possession. He was ar
rested by. Major General Wool and was
conveyed to the Park Barracks, where
he has since been detained.
Judge McCunn issued a habeas ear
fits yesterday to bring him before him,
and to' d.ty he was produced by Cap
tain Armstrong, of the Park P.nrracks.
Judge M'd'ur.ii adjourned tho cas) un
til Monday, in order that Gen. Wool
might make a return to tho writ.
Haiiihleton says hp only claims a spec
dy examination and some rich devel
opments are expected.
It won't do for seoesh to express
their pyiiipul hies loo openly. Two of
1 hem, Alexander Hatchings and Henry
J. Kcrncr by name, were foolish enough
to "hurrah lor Jell" Davis" in the
street at d were arrested therefor.
They were discharged by one of the
police justices at the, tombs, but within
an hour afterwards they wero rearres
ted by order of Iron. Wool.
Twenty-four soldiers of the rebel
army, recently captured, arrived hero.
th:.smornii!'."."'nsignod to the care of
Col. Frank K. Howe, of tho Now ring
land Soldiers' Kelicf Association. They
have, without exception, taken the
oath of allegiance to the United States
and were glad to do it.
Their physical nppearanco docs not
show that they have suffered for want
of food, though they say their rations
were only about one-fourth of wlnt
they should have had, and they speak
with some thing like envy of tho ample
uod served to our men. Their cloth
ing, however, shows most deplorable
sioms of decay, and they were fast
lapsing into raggedness when they
effected their escape.
Some of these soldiers were engaged
in ii:, reci..t battles, though they were
taken as recently an Monday last; they
were captured at or near Suffolk, and
probi.bVr draggled away parpPBely
MOBILE, Mny 18.
two hundred u,d lil'ty ,'ev Orient's-- eile r.,,.
iiivc arrived nt l'a.ieniroulii, nnd live hundred ' ),;,,
1 were to Una h ifii '
til'.g i-V-eeelli.: i-f iVir
A dispiHch from Pnscngoula snys it wa ru-1 tl,...P0V u1,i,;(.n. ,
-t' I li,.- I ",t H ti'le iti
v. foriivd ten' full eoeii utnn.1
O.xiiee;-, .i v.'ii .( nee .
:M to :,.- ". fl u:: .."
! '.ul.,t:dii;ii,mi, -liV. . !t 1
niored in jN'ew Orleans on the loth Unit the
Hartford wan burned by Famg-ut, after being
A i-peeinl to the Advertiser, dated .Liekson,
18th, says a soveri nnd indecisive battle was
fought near Edwards' I)epit on Saturday,
when we tell back to our entrenchments. Ls
heavy on both cides. Gen. Tilijhnuui was killed..
WCIIMONTD, May 18.
The New .York Tribune condemns Hooker,
and is equally severe iigaint Stoneman. It
says ho accomplished little or nothing.
Tho Herald condemns the arrest of Vnllnn
digharn, and his trial by court martial. A
Democratic meeting was called in Albany,
which expressed indignation at his arrest and
sentence, nnd protested against its consumma
lUirnstdes disregarded the notification of the !
Circuit Court of Ohio. A pplieatien for a writ
of habeas corpus will be made.
The steamship Cherokee- was captured off
Charleston by the blockadcrs.
A home torce is to be organized in the North
to suppress any disloyal demonstration.
Gold dull at lf0.
MOBILE, May 18.
A special report io the Advertiser and Reg
ister, dated Jackson, 17th, says arrivals on the
reconnoitering train repeal previous accounts
of damage. Tho Catholic church was de
stroyed ; tho Mississippian office gutted, presses
broken, and the type thrown into the street.
The furniture in th.3 Capitol wis bad'y dam
aged ; tho Governor's mansion demolished;
ladies robbed of jewelry and money; all the
stores sacked, their contents destroyed, nnd
iron safes broken open; the railroad torn up
for sovoral miles, and the telegraph wires torn
About three thousand negroes from Hinds
county joined tho Yankees, and the county
plundered generally. The damage estimated
at from live to ten millions. Thero is also
The enemy evacuated tho town on Friday
and .Saturday, retiring hastily. No serious en
gagement took place. The last of the rear
guard left abont 2 o'clock.
Our cavalry pioketa dashed into town and
killed a Federal colonel, captured two other
Yankees, and two hundred paroled South Caw
oliniins and Georgians
him tried and h
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' pllMi. 111. I:. If
;!r. hi 1
V i: jillfM5.!
on e:u ;
in jr i
Wise? I'.Vel'V I '.' 1 r 1
exerted, at alt tiiv, . hi
in in v command, t" .-u
the Govern m .r.t
"Washington dates t in i i :. t:. . .
was a serious c'isagivciimiit i-e'.'.vi ... U.i !':..,
and Hooker. The former li.i.l ,,iint. rroar.de:
Hooker's order for a forward movement. ,N..
indications of fli iin.n- di.-it.' .-mvemci-.t 'I'L.t
District Marshal i- -.'i.ii,:; t iie real an..
nal estate of p?-miii' i,t ivl.. u:id re.-, v.,
Tho steamship Anierican arrived at Ilalifsv
on the 1-ttll, '.Tifi I.iv;':; eel I:t.t- s ,,f the :;d
Lord Lyons s.n!--!, in (lie II use of" L.'i'.L'
that in answer to hi- applietoi-m .-.v.ird
informed him that the American G.e n,'!iit
had determine:! ti t relent the tuai! m..;
cargo of the Peterhoil', but send them bet'ores
prize court. Tt caused cmsiderabl.. di-.idoi!
Earl Hardwiok cidled attentive, to th.t tort,
fications at Ppitiiead, and j . ; i . : I o.i?, lie
Charleston affair us shewing i'c ipethViene
of vessels again t land butteries.
Consols Cotton advoncint:'
Lincoln sends a special agent m Greut I5r;
ain, relative to aottling al'I'ii;-.! v, i.lioiit tediovn
At New York, on tic loth, Coli.en CO ivn: i.
Gold oJ I premiain.
The Federals admit their loss at Frederick:'
burg at not le-sthau -li.oUO, and say tint the
Eebels L-i i8,f';
BRANPOV, Mhs. (ci:l. V:r.tg:-,j' Mh 17
Two gentlemen rodo to Jack -on this ir
ing and travelled the citv. The etic-mv ,.vji
uated at 52 o'clock. Their strength ciiinm.- i
nt 30,000. Tli-w retreated toward'- Viekshur
Firing hoard in that direction. JVmbert.m
supposed to be in their rear. Ilefore lenviiy
they burned the Confederate House, Dep. U,
Penitentiary, Green & 1'hiilips'. Factory.
Stephens' Foundry, Leiiochs' hid. fuctory, a
block of buildings on State .street, iiicltuliti
the Medical Furvwor's and other Governmont
Offices, both the bridges over Pearl river, and
destroyed several miles of railroad track.
It is repqrted in Mobile- that somo thio
burning was done beford w.- r,'-eated Con
fedrat Ho,i bnrr.d h : the rreprietom