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M Li. J .0. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1863.! Number 273. ; - j, : j-U-u - -. - ,. 4- i i . . i- , t n -H -t ! I 1 vol. i. ;i iv.'-f i !":', . ! " 1 u. . r r- 1 i 1 ; n ' 1 i r i 1 .THE DAILY REBEL BUI DAY 1 MORNING,' JUNE 21, 1$63. PCftLISHID IT Franc! M. v -Paxil. teems ay KTIBSCMPT&Otl Daily Ribkl. per year . ..J. . , ... - Six mc)tls.v.....i.A.... i .;.im oo ...... ,1 , 7 oo Three Mon ths......i....... One Month -a. oo 50 State Convention of Te essee WiicHRvrxR, Jnnfe 171 1SQ3, t The Convention a.-embled a 9 -o'clock A. M.pand was called o irder. Oni motion of M, C. Gallswajf Of Shelby, Major A. M. Loonfey of Maury1, Wiis ) unani- moutdy elected prt?idht Major Looney wa conducted UV he chair, and returned his thanks to the Cumrention for the honor conferred, in an appropriate and eloquent. manner. ! N ii. .On motion of Mr. Dunningtoa, cf aury, Messrs. 'Franc, M jPaul, o the Jhattanooga Rebel, J A perr'y,;of.; the Knox vijOe Register, W J Flatter,, of the Winchester ; Bulletin, and Robert McNelly, (A. the Clevelinc ..Banner ' -'wp'ranrTmninlPit Secretaries -i ' 1' 'I "ii 7' X I f 1 ' ' ' ' On motion of Mr. Dunnington, Resolved. -That a committee of twelve bo a 11 point ed to report a ba.sia of rereentatjkin jtoibe adopted by the Contention, j .s ,y-. -The President tetKth the lo lqwin gen tlemen to coruri8e Haidfct)ojB3itte i Messrs. F C l)umiincton, 'Jsknuij M Quarlea, Mat C GallawajA "S Coly ar, Lt M C fowe, Robert Mcfefl'v, John M Faris, j C Warner, E S Cheatham, Col S - S StantonJ SHerling R Cockrill, and Col Daniel F Gcke. Vf j On motion of Mr. Kennedy, of Mlontgoinery a Lmnuttee e-n ireuenuaw wa consisting of-Messri. D X Kennedy PIKintedf Dr Oillef n . pie, Major J. t. Porter, J , Grifti 1 ami .uc Edmondson. j I M ' I Mr Lamb, of Lincoln, moved that all ciU "counties tens present it thia Crmvt'nlipn fnm within, the linas of the enemy, b -tiijni it U-'d to seatiift.thisfydy. , ;M' j : j . t j j Mr. Kehpejijr moted ,ta amend ; the inqtutn 1 ,so as to inclujl allloyal jcitizeuso jtlie j Ptate' . now present, wnichj anienidmentW! . jagreedo, ' and the molid'ij-s-Cfuended was adiiptedj y , On motion of' Capt.!lill, of jFi Uklia, the rules of order of 'the last Ijcgih alture were adopted for the government of the Oonvention Col J J WjIIJarnii, of IHckman, moved acallj of. .the counties, .wJuch. was agrewl - - the following Delegaies reported 1(1 to, j when! fir names, I : N ' iniy ot Johnii V M 'i irk. iiroay. ; -1 M Faris. proxy . r ' .': ptV B Lanier, 1 ..sT6,r-M-iftrrfc-,Tirbf III !!' ( . BasboQr.rJprxy. J A K-rTy, proxy 1 it J uJkfraoD, proxf- Claiborne-Capt J Ny'Fulkeijjion.O AlpIe,proxy, A perry, proxy GraingerArcMfiald lli!fii8r. 'f Jefferson O V Ftaplew; Adit J Mathea. J A eperry, proxy Cocke Lt AB Cleven?r. Berier J A Sperryi proxy. Blount" ' I, . Knox H GalUher, illu II' L M-Clun Capt Wtn B Franeiacf, Hobert West, Col W MCocke. I Union Capt W L Fu!kersin"T A Vd -rrj, proxy. pbell J A eperry. iTkxr dersonCapt S L MeCalney ane Lt Wm Mcilwee. Monroe Lt C F Ildnly. MeMinn-J M Alexander, H L-York Uefpic, b L Alctamey, -proxy, i ; Polk B F Greenle. &pt f L McCa eyi Bradley K. MeXelly.lW S Carter, r'L Sliuarart. M L BosweU. C H Miller, W Sam'l McCamey, proxyJ A Camp. NV J Brown. ileiRi C F llcnly.!prxy P AM? Hamilton JC Warner. T) H Cocke. Lt! Mon 1s. Capt T R MitchellJ F M P ul. J S Gillespie. A M aumg. Marion Ja R OrabanLW R Rankin Ws Griffith. B F Rankin, L Ally. iJ.SWcken,,LJ Marshall. G v Allen jlai Peijnatchie Thoa fcin, W RDickepd I T Kelt captain II I captain . Bled-oe S ? Robertson, O P Schoblfit- I nos t lay lor. . i; Rhea J S GiJIespiel, proxy. W P A M Dermott. Morgan Not represented-li. . i - , Scott J A Sperry.militar proxy.. Fentress Lieutenant Philip Youiik. Overton Lt Philii Yound, captain i JCallom, ripuinuuesopi H i ! L Jackson-R A Coi. iapUin ,Ben Randals, J H McCarver. :. i y j 1 Putnam -R A Coxjprdxy. npi In Th 8 Taylor. proxy. Lt L McDowctlU i , y . , , 11 1 White ranhnin It ttnnH.lu Brown, captain Thos E Taylor! proxy.'i taptain i Jo 1 0 Dibrell. Cunerland capUin fJP phoolield. J roxy. Van Bnren-W R CamminsiThos E T.-Jylor.proxy, - captain Ben RandaUi. proxy.jUannonl Ytrk. , r I Grnndy-I C GarrLioa! Lt .i F La xeyj proxy, Var tain Ben Randal, urnxv. Cntml u 11 k...l a. v Patton. JnoRDoneL-n4proy. Dr Elifha! Sims. S P Goo4man. - ' i , Franklin C C GarnerJ i-an ain Curled T W Newman. JauieHnreent colonel Rev M II Bonoer,G Fimmons. captain Geo W Byq.in, 11 T C;irr. Lt J C Uront,AcLolyar. Porter. I T MaxeyJtji Penning ton, G A Shook. T lLst.iH.llT Mt-GeheV. W J Hat ter. DrJ G MeCutt hoH, M it Mann. L Metcalf! Lincoln-S H M c Cot d . M- M a r. h a 1 1 .'R A1 McDonabl. Jas R Bnrht , 'Jno M Bright W F Kerdhevall, A G Haynen. v Petty,AS C Uimon. Jiy ill Caf sey.J B Lamb. I j ; j ' 1 I .Bedr0rd-G MarhH. frclty.TG Suhfeld.Lt n M Kinfey .Maj W G, bitth.rne, Maj A L Landis iruM j Arinirong t! : ; in V," J i' " ooten. captain Ben Rantlals, roxy weo-tienry, uapt V V JjibeH bell. CaptElijal 1 : ; ' ! " E Taylor, proxy I Hill 1 TB J alt KeyoolJs. a oos u uunn. JVarren Capt Thos E yUCapt Ben .avaaais. proiy, k o i j : llilll 'i T B Murray. Geo v . . . - "uivipij i t omaoK j proxy. I nnon-Col J W Oran'd ' ( ift Mocs SUKnight. Cat-t S M Ganter Lt t,, Friedley. I J 2a.rter. Lt, J R Patrick, Dr U W ooil ( I j j JT Wells.TD White. Lt Rlj Rowland, Wm AOtt. TudhhlWV?' W.f Part. ..vr.K.,..j uvr.. u t .viaribail. proxy Randals. proxy, Lt JC Mitchell ycaaiif-v.n mill lj -aVjior( praxy Cart Ben . MiIRsqc ch.ie.-.C'ol. S Major E G d Man ton, prexy. I i p Smith Col 8 S Stanton, A B Donahue Lowe, proxy, capt . 0 nance. - r. . vi' m j iuacvn o Qiuucrt, proxy. Sumner-CaptThorbpsoa.L O Stewart aers, i .nariton. irousd Dr J AI Head. Dr Brown. M Ctbrr. w T H.:orc cs. ai .iisail 14J II . a ruukii ja 1 fan It C UOWra. Robertson E 8 Cheatham.! W R Huehenaon. J A Long. Captain from the army. ' V i, Montgomery Jas M Quartos, D N Kennedy. Cheatham D C Pardua. , Davidson-Frank Brnttlo. Jotin A MeCampbell. R A Iru3,' 8 A.Davidson. R AC'artwright.t I Elliots. Joel A Battle.J 1 DuaUp.Joha A Fisher. J no Over- . 1 Cain ... M G P Henrv. Gen B R John -'oc . J j E Patteroo. l)t W B Maney. E U Jame. W K Yeat- man.Oapt W Jl Ewinr.Col W 8 Hawkiu. S R Cock rill.J B !lemnU.Jno H Johnson Jtn L Urown, G P Smith. Wm P.Martin. Ifaae Litton, LeowTrousd ale. Mc L A Nrlen, J O Griffith Geo S Bollinr. E G Rowe, J 1 urheville. Warren Jackson. Jno thane, Richard MeCuDn, Geo S X,ittoo. A P iskipwith. W 0 Hundley', Jtt-phen Boweri. Xho harpe.j, -Dickaon CapUin W II MeCauley. J Jl William, proxy., j - i . . i l -v .. I . Hickman apt Van V illiamf, Col J J Williami. ' Williatno-L II Woolridfre. W HSHill. JnM Jordan. E IlPeeble?. Co,l F C Cooke. Lieut R T Ed ward.. :. ' I i ! Mauryj A' If Looney.. !P C Dunninrto'n. Edward F Lee, 11. L Qiruther. i p Cooper. Joi V Sheppard. Marshall-fUchard Warner. Jr. U" ' ' Giles 'Dr t JraondionJ A Q Abernathy. Gn J C Brown, Jio 1 EielL jj ) j Lawrence (Capt Lindxay. carUin Stewart, captain T 1 Davenpnrt, captain W H; Harden-. . M Wayn t utE J lienham Lieut W L Montague, Dr U WHuwr. . Lewla-t-W. ij Plammer.ddloriel J J waiiama.proxy, E li Jauea, ijroxy. . j , : j 1 perry-rCol J J Willianui captain W II Harden. llumpirey-CaptW LWhite.J J Williamt. proxy, E H June?, proxy. r I I ! ; -f Btewaijt J Rice. U j j i : Henryj-Malo'r Jas DPf ter. Jr. I i j WeaVley-iG Exell. L A M Boyd, colonel E E TanailL I j - 1 Carroll DilJ M BranfchnJ Dr R D Quinn. Abner Porter, J( L 111. Lt J D D i BentonrxAfLawler. j DecajHlrJ-JiM aley.iir Dudley. iroxy. Hefidersoni-Thos Harti J 31 Beafley." proxy. LtT U-Heany. " ! Hardiij iijtaia W T Powen, captain tTDIPope. McNairy M L RigR AlLawler, proxy, G R Whartor. 1 1 j ' I : ! IIardeaan4-capt(iin W Alex Thomr'on. Lieut II C Moorman. L P Cj Vilket captain B F 1-inkley. MMiBOn d'.lonel A W Campbell, col T P Jones. Jno Cheiter, i)r E B Law. F Pujth, proxy. Gibnort af tain S J Carthel," Dr A S Baldridge, Lt M T Riso. ; 1 . ! Obion--Lt X 11Z PeereyvLt K B Lane, J II Whip ple, MajK "jPayne. Cii Reaton. Dyer leoloicl 0 F Straul.colonel T II Bell.eapUio A T Fielder. captain Franc G Sampson. ; Laudefdali S D Pillow, Maj P T Glas. Hayw(io.l-LapUip F PotrhjA Tyson, F S DeWolfe, J N Bea.fey.l ' I ' I L I TiptonDrj G W Roane. J Fayytte A.ljt R M Howell, captain WtJ Maybum, caitain R C 1 illiamson, captain F Push, prory. . Phelby-G.4n Preston Smith1. Gen M J WHirht. col R J Mnrran .'.Major G W Dawson, captain E A 'ole. Major J W E1dride. J W Turner, colonel M C Gal la way, colonel R: Tyler.Lieut Msmhall.eolonel JA tnith. colonel J C Cole, colonel W T A very .colonel Mo-s Whitel captain Chas Fra.er. Majr P B Lee. G W Pollarcl. Dr John Erskine. colonel John ('hes teo, pmxy, capuin J Heard, eaptain M II Dixon, Lt O ii Smith, captain F PuKh. proxy. . j. t. " Mr. Dun dinston. from the committee to fix a oasis of Representation, rnade the following Ax i 1 " 1 . t report : j , Thai the bssis f action fhallbe.tbat the delegates Whether they b the repreHvotatives of priaiary coun ty meetings, or of army commanders, or refugees, shall unitedly represent their several counties, and shall be allowed to cast one vote for earh represent ative to which their several counties may he entitled in the low&r I ranch of the Lerulature: aad also, the fractional parte of the whole vote which such coun i ties may. severally cast for r loater. 1 t That a majority of the de.eg-ntion from each coun- 1 ty shall ca?t the rote of said deleration. and should there be a tid then they shall ct each ane-haHf of , 1 un i then :.1 the vote theyshall be entitled to I F. U. DUXNINGTOiT.Chainnan. On moti(rn of Capt. Trousdale, the report of the comlmittee was adopted, and the committee i discharged.! j "Miv Ktntieuy-frwnrhv-Anariiilnee- mrCte- dentiala reported as follows The CotnmntUfC on Credentials beg leave to report that they fully concur in the action of the Conven tion on the question of eredentials. and ask to be discharged, j D. KE.SNEDY, Chairman. , On motion of Mr. Ouarles. the Convention jtook a recefs until 1 o'clock, P M. I . 1 - AFTERNOON SESSION. , Mrd Colyur o'tfered the following resolution, which was todopted ; - ! I 1 l -1 . i I Resolved, that a vote of two third of all the dele gates shall le required to make a nomination, that is, no man shall be considered the nominee of this Convention. unless ht gets two thirds of all the votes cast.; 3 ; , j - j The President announced the business be fore the Givention to be the nomination of a candidate jr Governor Judge VstnDyke nominated Gen. Samuel R Anderson tif the bounty of DavidsonJ Capt J3o4tick nominated Hon R L Carutlier-, of the couiiy of Wilson. I Captain pxnomiuated Col John ii Savage, of the county of DeKalb.; j j Edward v Cheatham nominated Col James E Bailey, c( Montgomerj county. F C Duiiiungton nominated GenW H Whit- thornej of llaury county. Col A Yj Campbell nominated" (ol Wm H Stephens 0 Madison cwnty. I Maj.i Winchester nominated Geti1 Wm B Bate, of Sumner county. ; apt j o punter Jioimnatea-noa Anart-w twing, ol.lfavidson county; j There baing no other nomination the Con vention proceeded to ballot! as follows ; ! ' i , "i FIRST BALLOT. j Baileyj ......... ' Carutljers,...'.... '. Stephtfis,...,..L... .... 17J 16 .... 13 Whittlorne, Bate, 4 J L -1...-12S 7 6 Savagi, Anderi?n,.....,L Mr. Hill af Williamson, moved that ' at the concluon if each 'ballot, the name of the rr- 1 sou receaviig the lowest number of Totes be dropped, wjuch motion was' agreed to. Judg Vin Dyke withdrew the name of (Jen S R Anderson Col. A.y '.Campbell withdrew the name of Col. Wm. IX- Stephens-. . aia, oox, wimqrew me name ot aajIL jdo. I ' . 1, -.1 1 ..1 ' . Savage!! .jl 'i ill I i rvi 1 ul i ' is 1 ' , . . . vvl dl i.1 w il OvlTL eced leave to read the fol-i lowing notij .fronj Gen. " m. B. Bate, which had jusj brt;n received by-telegraph from that geniiem,tin I i M.inu, yu II, lyjj. To Me?ir. UOlawaj-, Rice, Winchester, Brown and others 11 GxXTLtiMaK Tn rnlv In rniir if 4. J T ave to sayHhat however flattering the honor you sugsest.and to which I am not Insensible, there is a duty that rites a.b;e it. A ton of Tennessee and a Southern olier. 1 1 would feel dishonored in this hour of triat to quit the field, o. sirs ! i While an armed foe treads our soil, and I can fire a shot or draw a blade. I will take no civic honor. I had rath er amid iher misfortunes ; be the defender than the Governor f Tennessee. , Let meexhurt to harmony. I ! ttespectfully. x . !;';- B. BATE. ay, then withdrew the name of I.Galti Col Bate, and the C nvemion proceeded to the 1 ! f ; , j SECOD BALLOT. i . Bailey, ...27J Caruthers, i...... 24 12-45 AVhitthorne,.....-... ... .... ... 1 5 J Bate,... f...:.i 5 . j Mr. Dunnington slated that he had received a letter from Gen Whitthoriie, asking him at any time when the harmony of the Conven tion could b promoted thereby, to withdraw hit name,! and knowing that his friend desired, above every other coaaideration, that harmon ious and united actioa so necessary to be taken by this Convention i the present' postnre of affairs, he withdrew Ms name as a candidate from before the Contention. j The Convention tl ?n proceeded to the ; ... . . THIBI BALLOT. ' ' I ' - 1 I Caruthers, 1. 42 23-00 . Eailey .....2. .......Si 37-C0 Mr. Cheatham movd that the nomination of the Hon. Rob't L. Caruthers be declared unan imous by the Convention, which motion was carried by acclamatiti. ; ' Col. Campbell offered the following resolu tion, which was unanirupcsly adopted: Resolved. That this convention most cordially en dorses the wise and patriotic administration of our present Executive. the ton I G II arris, and tenders to him our heartfelt thatks for his natiring devotion to the interests and hon jt of the State, and the fi delity with which he ha discharged the important tru.t the i-eople have costJd to him- ; I In rejonfe to the resolution and "the loud calls of the . Convention, Governor -Harris came forward and delivered a brief and forci ble address, thanking the delegates for the ex pression of appreciation of his services. He was followed by Col J D Atkins, Gen John C Brown, and Col Wm 31 Cocke, j On motion of Maj Jas D Porter, the Hon J D C Atkins, of . Henry county, was declared the unanimous choice of the Convention as the candidate for Corgreos from the 9th Congres sional district, j I -: On motion of Col. Williams of j Hickman, Dr Thomas Menees, of Montgomery; was de clared to be the unanimous choice of the Con vention for Congres from the 8th Congres sional district, i i A motion was made and unanimously agreed to, that Hon John V Wright be declared the candidate of tliis Convention for Congress from the 10th Congressional district. . It was then moved tkat the Convention take a recess for one hour, to allow the delegations from the different n tnal Districts in to be made, to ates, which mo- i which nominatioc j present the name 3 tion was agreed .U : ;The time for 1 i. vention to order, 1 j tions for Cbngresr Judge Van Dy -Ebi, of Franklin, ; 1 ecess was taken it'calleJ the Con ?ed that nomina ler. ! that AS Colyar, lice of the dele j gation from the - for Congreas, and j i was unanimous-! i on his motion th. ri -. lv ratified by the Convention. ' i ( i 'Col Wm M Cocke moved that the oomina-l tion of " a candidate for Congress in the d dia- I trict be rtferred back to a j Convention of the j people of that district, at a time and place toj Deselected by them, which motion was disa-! greed to by the Convention. Col J A Sperry then presented the name of j Hon Wm G Bwan, of Knox county, as the choice of a majority of the delegation from the 2d distrjet, and the nomination was ratified by the Convention. , j r ! Mr. Cooke reported as the choice of the del egation from the 6th District the name of Hon E A Keeble, of Rutherford, as the j candidate for Congreas in the 6th District, and, un mo tion the nomination was nnanimoutly ratified by the Convention. j j - j Mr. Lamb presented the name of James Mc Collum, of Giles, as the candidate from the 7th District, and the nomination was unanimously ratified bv thi convention. ! r j Mr Overton reported as the choice of the delegates from the 5lh District, the name of the Hon. Henry S. Foote, of Davidson, and on hig mol01i iU nomination was declared unan imous. j j ' : ' I The chairman of the delegation' from the 1st District presented he came of Hon Joseph B Heiskell, and the Convention unanimously endorsed the nomination. Col. Mones White offered the name of Hon David M. Currin,of Shelby, as the choice j of the delegates from the 11th District. ; ! Qapt. Fred S De Wclfe withdrew the name of Maj II S Bradford. ; j On motion of Col White! the nomination of Mr Cnrrin was unanhnouslj' ratified. j The delegation from the 4th District, report ed the name of Col John P Murray, of Warren county, as their choice for Congress in that district, and the Convention- ratified the nomi nation. I ' -1 j Mr. Qaarles offered the following resolution I which was unanimoualy adopted i 1 ; i 1 ' ' JC30,T'(i That the tharki of thia convention te. iandtheyare henhy tender! to the Chairman and i-,. .v. .v, , . ! which they have discharged their duties, alio to th ' enmilteeol arrangements, and thaeitiieos of Wln- juurvi.Avt fcuv uv?fuuic u.uurc la wqicq luey have entertained the delegatel to this Convention. ,Capt De Wolfe moved that the papers of the Stale be requested to publish the proceeding of this Convention, which ; motion was agreed ! -! ! - : i ! . ! : ! Mr. Quarles offered the following resolution which was adopted : i 1 Resolvef . That the President of this Convention be and ha la hereby requested, to inform the variaaa gentlemen nonina' several ny minatior thetama. The ConventU "onventlon, f their their acceptance f i . . I upletexl the brsi- ness for which it is assembled, the President, on motion of Mr. Qnarles, declared it adjourned tine die. I j I j A. M. LOONEY, rrtsUenL Fbutc M. Paul, J J. A.- SrERitY, 1 W. J. FiATTER, Robert McN'exjlt. Strrdarutt. j Xfw York Journals. Since our knowledge of passing events at the Uorth is now derived chieSy from the New York papers, our readers will Le inter ested to learn the present political status of each of them, as material changes have taken place with the greater portion within the past two years." We are glad to notice that the World is rapidly growing in favor here as a reliable medium, and issupplanting the Herald, which has been long notorious as a weather cock and sensation journal. When the war broke out it was a rank Abolition sheet, more violent, if anything, than the Tribune, and edited by Spalding and J. Watson Webb, of the Courier and Enquirer, tbtwo journals having been merged into one. It . still beam the rame of "Tlte World and Courier and En quirer. It was subsequently txMijrht np by leading Morart Democrats, of whrra Fernando Wood was one, and at once underwent rad ical charge, srne of the former editors of the News beins: placed npon its editorial corr, it h?ts ever since been an earnest and persis tent ad vocate of peace as the only means of restnrinjr the TTnion." Its articles are always candid and impartial as thevesn well be, and emanate from a source in the Northern inter est, and its statements are made h-nellv ard with a view to do jntice to the South equally with the North. Of the Time and Tribune no mention neel be made. They remain as before. The South is well quit of Buch vile incendiary sheets. The Herald steadfastly and boldlv opposed the war and coercion until the month of Jnly, lS'sl.when it, in concert with the paper here inafter mentioned, received the atterticn of the " Union " rooK who threatened their ofnecs with destruction if they- did not rnn tip the American flatr- Whereupon it immediately changed front, and at once became the most blatant advocate of a "vigorous prosecution of the war." and an obsequious toady to the Lin coln Administration. Bennett made a small fortune by his trrtics, as he invariably does in such caes. The Express saved itself from the wrath of the Government by a quai acquiescence in the popular sentiment, and for a vear hardly eave editorial expression upon national topic. It afterwards fearlessly endorsed the views of its principal editor, Hon. James Urook", pub licly expreed in Congress, and at various meeines. and has since been, as far as it has dared to h-, an advocate of "peace on any terms." Brooks has been even more cocist eent and rational than Vallandicham. The Journal of Commerce, Newa and Dv Book, nnintitnidated bv the threats with which they we-e everywhere" aai.eii. contin ued to stem the popular torrent, and to fear lessly oppose the measures of th Government and for several weeks were published at great pecuniary sacrifice, against all kind of com binations to break them down. Patronage was withdrawn from thm. and subscribers were forced to discontinue their papers by threats of being published as traitors. Cm the 17th of Aneu"t, 1861. they were presented by the Grand Jury as seditious sheets; and soon after, the Postmaster General debarred them of all mail facilities, which was virtually a suspen sion of their publication. Whereupon, the News, nnable to exiht, gave up the Rhot, de nouncine the war and the Administration with its expirine breath. It has since been revived. The Day Book changed its name to the Cau casian, hoping thereby to evade the provi sions of the Postmaster General's arbitrary order?, but still it was forbidden circulation by mail. It has, however, been published as a weekly ever since, and a laree portion of it i-uie finds its way out of the city limits thro' the efforts of its friends and symj athiter, despite the order to the contrary The Journal of 'Commerce m as known.-' and esteemed fi.r more than thirtv years as the not reliable, just, and hieh-toned paper cf the city; and from the great infiuerce it wield ed, the obstinacy of principle with which it i opposed the pefarious plotters araint the weal of the country, and especially on ac count of the universal favor it enjoyed at the South, was made the esjecial object of the ad ministration's dipleaure. A committee from the leading bankers and commercial men of New York waited upon the Secretary of War and the Postmaster General, to petition them to permit the Journal to be published.. This they consented to do only npon condition that the firm should be changed, and Lhe then edi tors retire. By this tyranical exercise cf power the Journal of Commerce ceaed to exist except in name, in Septemder,-lS31. The establish ment passed into other hand, one only of the four original members of the firm rmainirg. The senior veteran editor is now living in complete seclusion, while a son cf his, and junior editor and proprietor, has linked his fortunes with those of the Confederacy. Since this charge that paper has .cci:pied the singularly anomalous position of an advocate of " war for the sake of the Union," although it has earnestly opposed the Abolition schemes of the Administration. Very recectly, we ob serve, it has taken more ultra gTound. and now calls for the "last man and the lat dollar to continue the war. TWO IH'XDRKD P0LLAR5 REWARD P.aa away tr m t subscribers livirr in atrora coscty. G..ner Kinggnl 1. on iFitarday tight last, two nerro uen. Miles and t-lom'-n. DxscsrrTlO! MILES i- Mack. aUnt 5 feet 13 inches hiih. weighs about 1V rnnds. ba extraer diesry toe white teeth, ar.d when he lnrh er siriles they are a very j roni'nent teatnre. and has a somewhat dmrnri't look. His are is 3 yer wore off black clothicx. SOLOMON Is a leep copier color, eren P feet high, weighs 15 pounds, and is an extra likely t-y. 21 yesrtoM.hasa very fise forehead and interesticg coantenance.. Wore oS whif onabnrg rar.ta and shirt, and brown jeans roat. He L snrfsd to b making bi way towards Mnrfree'boro". his "Id borne. The two would denMless traTrl trther. The abore reward will be paid f.-r the apprehension and delivery of the two boys, ct flW for either of them. E- HARRIS. jnl7-2weow j ; A. B. TU0RNT0K. EECETVED AND FOR SALE -'.0 Sa.ks .-alt. lVj MeaL. " Ground Peas. 4 bass Wool. 3 lis da. New Orleans Sugar. ial6-tf ! JOHN L. M. 7RENCIL TELEGRAPHIC. Our Special Dispatches. LATEST FROM THE NORTH. JE5II53 A 3 D WELL IS HIETLIID. IMS ODES MOriXG O.Y WIIFELIXG. LIE'S AEMT.AT W1ISTHF5TER AND YAETIN'S- E-TM. 0 r BAKPER-S rr.RRT IXTESTXD BlTIIi; KEBEL. SHELBTVitiH, June 20 Louisville papers of the !S:h have been received here. Tbey state that t!e rells under Gea. Jerkins have evacuated Cbambersburg, Pennsylvania, and gone to Harerstown, Maryland. Jacket's o'i Division, under Gen. Ewell, is reporud at Ha gerstown. Ctn. Imbodrn, wi:h two regiments of infantry aad oce of cavalry, i reported at Cumberland, Maryland. His destination i supposed to be Wheeling. The Slate troops have l-een cal'.dl cut ia Pt-nr.sylTania ar.d Maryland. It is understood that Ge n. Hoclr r will go back to hi immediate fortification in order to prevent Sank movements cf the rebels, and will cross the Potomac if an err.ergercy ari. There is no movement threatening Richmond as has ben reported. About one-third cf Lee's army has occupied the country in the vicinity of Winchester and Martinsburg. - Another report states that Gen. Lee is in the Shenandoah Valley, and that the rebels have 'nvested . Harper's Ferry. Tli-ere is another statement to the effect that there were no rebels in Pennsylvania. It is reported that on the 11th inant an English 6tamer : tempted to run tte block ade at Charleston was suck. The cilcerf cf the steamer fired her. Associated Press Dispatches. LATEST FB02I VJCKSBUBG. . Mtxrs. ! EXCITEMENT IX THE X0RTJL Yankee Itewi, Liei mi Euaon.. Sensation Jicks.n. Jtrne Fc the f.rst Uroe ia f cr iar heavy frivrwutitpl at Vkk'l-crs: thli raorrinr. Iatt xuitn .s sl r.rant t-ur fvrtf.-c and cutting .lcn trfra Nyorl Bj; K'.aJ k K irrjV Johni.n"s tniT mi ritv ref ?-ect tt st great Ji-trv r ails ant c Ihv iliu ss Scit - tr ny' l.b--s. Tlie j.t-tif rt !'l ttiem of all tbt-r arthlr .mJ..i mi E-.iai'-n rr la a sta-iii con!;T:oru - vki. JuDf 16, ia Met He IV. WT.oen frt a Fort Hudson irprt all sf.- atvl tr--p lo j.In with l'0T.j..u for thn-e xn'irths. The t-nt-iET Bia lc tmt-i.ty-eti aLl:. ri-.b I low of five tbotiaa 1. tjr U- wa tl.rer tun !rei. J sviy, Jijdv 37. t ia Mii' ile 1. Nurn rtMt ot-lii-rs from Vi. kl i;rr have erri-l w .ti.:a lat f.-w days. 1 G rant m; j r and ti:nr art- at -rk adraver- iv. ! t hw x: .i:r crk. Nott i::g (K ce. A ci-nrit-r fn m Port H'il-1 tart t:ri.t. w iiii !: I.ches j. -n. Johnston, rt trta t !e csrri ti ra f ne condition sc 1 sj'tr.t'. PiLks' fi-i-e i -t:rr.s at il? 1 aa- donf--l tt.- i '.'-a of s-rr;: g ti e We an ha rcae lii di: bing. ' i . ' i oSlcUl diitcb-s frrta M.i;.kiTi s 1 d rtiv tlt o ur attt k oa t!.at i lat- a a sWil ire. Tte ea try had thr-e lir-- cf works Iriun o-n (f farv : Au;-ry mi le a ! rst- tn.l at the ll.irl. and the a s;-tia-e cf tht ir gurl n J- I'e 1 or.r f i-. Noihir.e k:: rn.tiUi.(- c". -.! :n lc- of Xiry :x:i:ii's roM'ttn cts or a !n:io. !tr; hi- sili state tl. at the julf sola W art- still srrii ir c -a trans rt Ircn Vi ktrt. ?-hi rwiiut. June j . A Nk i i'.'e ja;- r f ihc i lth i riixl. Tt.e Sf Ytrk p!" l'.h J say I'ix's arrr. y rT;-rt-d to 1 .-ar R ! r.o J . sap- iirt'-'l Vy imo la - 1 ras'ts r-i Ja:::.. ! York J river. ' j The II. lis!- lj hia Ku-iiirrr ( f t'set-.h. i- a --: a I ; .d ij t h. s,sr-;h' l'.el Is arc eirif-! ar-i:l Chara j Urslurf tlirry fie tut sttv g. t:o !f r J t-kiuw j tht r .l -7.ri 1 s sttc Th--.t Ei II s corral I'inal I isr?'v with .-tt.-rt '-avKlrr. ati.5 IIII 1: tI.'nJ. j ls-xc:rr?l t ri::c:r:c ci-lhe r. ar. Tl'tre i.- :o-!otbt ! tt at Ie is thwit :g t; hole f r-- lvo ManlsJ ) and PrTtr.'TlrBn.a. I A Ilarri-l urt d.-T : h of tfco JTva t: Ter two j tl ..i;sd 1 Tvl. 1 nit'.'Titil iaUritTy are l Chara- K-t-sl-nnr. t-n. Jn.kits orli-rt"! the sli-i- to be o-- ii.-l. (it II re it.ljt1 i.it to ?ke ( iu'n!crate The rv I r-a-alry ox-'Ji'ie! Ui.Ie-tnwn t--ty, 10 tr.i'.-s frr-r; '"tT7.cr. Frrirr la the iI-y arv srniir-g the:rti"-es 1 rattle lotl.e rr.r-un-.:-.. 100 K'LLARS REWARD. rV.aeia-5 it, I:ta. lia.. co tie cichtofHeiTts. my hr.yJoe: he is aboct 5 f--t 6 or 8 TTrb' h h. wsirbs at-rat 1-Vj, ar.1 is or I years ol J. tii-k r Uu a cert !e xla. an I had on wSea he left a o.ae cloth ccst as i tacts Yatkee f5rs styie ha. a who Enter ettirs ST3d sereral en ti t rk. si-eaks U-lerat y ijj.ci. lie h a wif at .-k lie li srris'. r. ear Athens. Ala., and will try to get back ttre. I bocrht him er it ta ict . of L- Job-sn. e-f LarkirjTio. Ala. I w ; It-ay the abore reward for t' arprehersioa ar.d rie.:ery in any safe jaj that I can get tin. Acir-s j T. A. WARWIfK. ns Zl m Dslv-B.Ga- TToatTUIt f Ala ) rIri ocry ae njoaih aai seal fc'Ji to tlis cits. c j.. '! .'