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: TKKMSt ' " Daii.t Union, por annum f 00 . , " .." WK'lt.V f T.i-Wiri.T I'mo, pr annum ..16 00 Wirmt tmoii, per annum $4 00 fl'NDAT MORNING. NOV. .".0, 18C2. Kkuoious Notkk. Second 1'oBt Chapel (McKendrce Methodist EpiucopolChurcb.) Preaching Ibis morning at 10 o'clock, y Lev. T. A. Goodwin, editor of tho Indiana Ameriean. Preaching thii evening by Chaplain II. A. Tattihom, of the Eleventh Michigan Regiment. The public are invited to attend. There will be preaching at the Second Freshyterian Church, at 11 o'clock this morning. Also at 7 o'clock this evening. ThankHgiving Day was duly observed by our Louisville contemporaries. In this city its observance has been post poned. Turkics and thanksgiving go together, and nobody can feel thankful while gnawing the drumstick of a poor( scrawny, two dollar turkey, which darky, two years ago, would have Bcorued to steal for his Christmas dinner. A largo number of persons took the oath of allegiance, and gave bond for their good behavior yesterday, at the oflke of the Secretary of State. Tiikatiik. " Ireland as it Wan," drew quite a crowd to the theatre last evening. Mr. Wight's "JJagged Tat," and Mrs. Bernard's "Judy O'Trot," were true speeiinr ns of the Irish character. Willi Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Poster, Mr. Allen, Mr. Everett, Mr. Thomas, Mr. KatcliHe, Mrs. Allen, and Lizzie Mayling, to makeup tho cast, it could not bo otherwise, than a success. Monday evening will be presented Schiller's play of "The Kobbcrs." More Lccriiit3. Thirty recruits came in from DeKalb County, on Friday evening, to join Col. Stokes's First Tennessee Cavalry. As Parson IIuownlow would say, each man of them has "a devil in his bosom as big as a half bushel," and woe to the rebels when they let them loose ! The friends of Lieut. IIicnky II. Iatz, 7th Pa., Vol. Cav. are requested to be present at the Commercial Hotel, at 7 o'clock A. M , this morning, oUth inst., upon tho occasion of the removal of his remains to the Depot of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Rebel Army. The streets are rifo every day with rumors of continued accessions to the rebel forces between Murfrceshoro and Chattanooga. Ono report places the number of their forces at over ono hun dred thousand butter-nuts 1 We guess General Koskciuns has hammers enough to crack them. There is but ono radical, and cll'ective Abolition party in tho country, and that is the Secession party. The course they pursue destroys the value of slave pro perly, and this leads inevitably to the abolition of slavery. A review of several splendid regiments took place on Puoad street yesterday af tcrnooii. The display was a fine one, "(Jivlni; ti ; t Hi" v.iliant , and itkiii'mi "f m " We had no mail by the Friday evening train, tho messenger failing, as wo are informed, toattend toils transportation News items are as scarce as gold eagles in Dixie, and our columns are rouse' queWtly barren of sensation items to-day We lu-sr that the soldiers are making havoo with the fences a few miles out on the Chattanooga railroad. They seem to be carrying on a sort of of-f't v-ive warfare. The ollVnders ousht to be required to ret urn railing for railing. Burning fences won't destroy tho rebel lion. Tlie only bulwark of State institutions and inut pendenee, is fidelity to tho Fed eral Government. - ------ TuKAsriiK Tuovk We are indebted to Metiers IIahhk A: Co. fur a copy of this popular novel, by the ureat Irish humor int, Samtki. Loyhi. IIaukh ec Co. al ways keep a fresh st ik of the bent light literature. A Fair Exchange. Wo are decidedly in favor of tho pro position which our correspondent makes, to arrest leading rebels, and exchange them for our loyal fellow-citizens who have fallen victims to tho infernal con script law. The plan has been adopted in a good many instances already, and ought to be ac'cd on so as to e fleet the release of every loyal conscript. Another Reason 'Why the Rebels Should be Conscripted ! Namiviixe, Tenn., Nov. 29, 1SG2. Ulitor Ka&hoille Union : Dkar Sm: You published a cjmrnnni cation from me, a few days ago, advocat ing the conscription of all the able bodied rebels in Tennessee. Since that , time you have written quit a sensiblo article, showing the impropriety of leaving ene mies, rebel?, in our rear, as we advance. Suppose then, my original proposition was carried out, and the rebels ordered into camps, could we not exchange them for Uiion men who havo been conscript ed in East Tennessee, and other sections of the South? I think this could be done, and that the authorities ought to move in the matter I What say you ? I am, very truly, L. C. HOUR", Col. 3d Regiment East Tennessee Vol unteers, U. S. Army. The New York Horn says that slavery is very profitable in Missouri. We are surprised that a journal of intelligence would be guilty of such a blunder. The reverse is the fact, and the statement of the World that "slaves are not saleable," ought to have prevented the editor from making such an erroneous statement. Tho World adds that "All who desired to accept the Presi dent's proposition probably cast their ballots tor emancipation this last elec tion." It is not probable that two thirds of them voted, as polls were not opened in many counties. As to the rebels not voting, it is not likely that they did, and unless we are much deceived, it is not tho purpose of the Administration to suffer rebels to vote. A Southern Mother's Sorrows. Kxlraelof a letter rapture ' ly JJeul.Tuv AX, in a i-hirmish with the rebel a few vecls s ine, at Laveryue. Washington Cocnty, Ala., August J50, 18(52. My Dkaii Son : ' I feel lonely and distressed when 1 go to the door and look towards your house. I think how often I have seen mv devoted son coming with his arms full of bark. Oh! it fills my heart with sorrow and my eyes wiih tears to think of your kind ness and aood teeling, and then to thmh of ifour jireient situation. It is almost more tiuin Iraniear. Jam now rffeiinn m house and fort! ai res of land for a substitute for you. Mary is willing to it, and I suppose you will bo also. I intend to keep trying, maybe sonic body will take up my oiler. 1 he Conscript lias taken nearly all the men from about here. Your most affectionate mother, Polly IIoln. Rebels of Nashville, who dress and fare sumptuously every day, read the above outpouring of a mother's anguish, and hang your heads at tho villainy which has caused this and a thousand other giiefs. A Rich Pknefick. Lord Palmerston has presented a benefice in Kent, with .1'7'iOU a year, to Rev. Henry Montcvn Yillers, w ho was married last year to a daughter ot hail Russell. The English priest will receive 837, MM), or $12, .")()) more than the salary of the President of the United Statee ! No wonder that the Pharisees of the Metho dist church in this city sotrght to obtain Slate patronage and that other priests competed with them in seeking the favor of drunken nolit ieiuus These reverend impostors were laboring for an establish ed church, and fat salaries from tho State Ilr.AityL'Ain r.iis 11m Akmv Coins, Di i'aiumi si- if Tin: Cimiikui,ani, Nashville, Tcnii, Nov. -Ith, !StJ2. (himil (e!er-, A'- 22. 1. Prig. Gen. D. S. Stam.i.y having reported lor duty in aecordanep wild (In orders of the Secretary of War, is nn noiinod ns Ciin r or Cavai.ky, and as signed to the command of all the Cavalry in tliH Department. 11 Lieut. Col. W. P. IIi.i iu i!N,2d Iowa Cavalry, is relieved from duty as Acting JiideAilvocat.'.andaiinounced as Insi-kc-roH or Cavai.ky on the Siall'of the Gei oral Commanding, lie will report for duty to Lieut. Col. A. C. Ditcat, Assistant lu speetor General of (his Army. HI. Major Ralston Skinnui, having been appointed by the President Judge Advocate for this Army, is announced as such and will be respected accordingly. IV. Col. jAMtS l'.Al.NKTT, 1st Ohio Lt. Artillery, bring (ho senior otlieer of (hat arm in this Coips d'Ariuee, is announced as Chit f of Artillery, and will report for duty at Dedarlnienl Headqiiarteis. Uy command of Maj Gen. Romxiians. ' ,1 FLU'S P. GAKESCUK, ' .Wt Adj'i Gen, and Chief or Stall". Oil'.' i ll :--.'. ;.i'iU', A. A. A. G. LATE NEWS. Boston, Nov. 28. By orders from Washington all the political prisoners wero released from Fort Warren yester day. Many of them left for their bonus last night, including Marshal Kane, of Baltimore. -'-U1 to (lie Tillies. Washington, Nov. 27. The current talk to-day in military circles is in re gard to tho expediency of the aimyof the Potomac going into winter quarters. Lato events seem to have strengthened the probabilities of such policy being adopted, and inferences to the same e ffect are drawn from the President's visit to Aquia Creek. The President will, in his message, earnestly recommend the passage of a bankrupt law by Congress. Reports received here from tho front to-day locate Jackson's advance guard at Bealstown, on tho Orange and Alexan dria Railroad, near the Rappahannock, in a position to endeavor to hold Sigel'fl force from advancing, or to fall upon tho rear of Burnsidc sarmy, as may bo most advisable. Other icports scatter his forces along the eastern base of the Blue Ridge from the Rappahannock to Snicker's Gap, plac ing the bulk of them in advance, leaving parties in the rear to observe and harass our lines. S"i i ll to ihu UeraM Ac quia Check, Nov. 27.' The wife and two daughters of Dr. Gillespie, a surgeon in the U. S. army, who remained at Fred ericksburg when it was evacuated by Burnsidc last summer, was sent across the river yesterday by a fUg of truce and proceeded to Washington this P. M. lhey state that the wliolo oi Jjcc s army is certainly concentrating in the vicinity of Fredericksburg, and that they arc determined to dispute the passage of the river by our army and contest our advance by that route step by step. Bloody work must ensue whenever the army goes forward, which it shortly must, and the closing battles of the re bellion will be fought within a few days or weeks at the latest. Haiu'EU's Fehky, Nov. 27. Rebel cav alry have been in view all day. The latest ollicial report from the front is that small infantry pickets arc now observable with tho cavalry. New York, Nov. 2S. The political prisoners at Fort Lafayette, including Pierre Soule, have Ikm n released. Cliitlcn, Miller Ar Co. have .civen their creditors notice that they will pay all demands in full, with interest. The Falmouth correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, under date of the 2th, says: Tho presumption is that in a few days we will have a battle in this vicinity (hat will eclipse all others of this wnr in regard to ferocity and fierce ness. There is not the slightest doubt that the enemy is in great force on the other side of the river, equal if not su perior to our own in point of numbers. 1 have reason to believe that Gen. Lee is in command in person of the whole rebel army of the Potomac, which exceeds without doubt 125,00(1 men. Their camp tires can be seen extending at least ten miles along (lie river and from observa tion five miles buck into (he country. The enemy, as usual, has picked out an almost impregnable position, and havo been for a few days past working like beavers in throwing up fortifications. Morning, noon, and night they are at if with spade and pick, the dirt living un til the walls or rifle pits are completed. Their present position is on tho brow of a range of high hills, some distance back of the river, with a heavy wood rn their rear. It is my opinion that buck of the present range of hills, where their works are now erected, there is another range which they will occupy if driven from their strong position. It is ascertained that Cap!. Courier, of Alabama, murdered Brig. Gen. McCoi.k. Maj, Gen. Wright is requested by Gen. Rosecrans to arrest the Editor of tho NVw Albany Ledger for violating the .ri7th article of war. Caiko, Nov. 27. The Galveston News, of (he 7th, says Sam Houston made a speech in Brenham lately. Advices from Holly Springs to Satur day say nearly the entire population has emigrated. All the stores and most of the private residences are closed, and a small Confederate force is there, but, not quartered permanently. The Fcdeiils occupy I ludsonsvillc, seven miles north. The (ieorgia Legislature passed a law recently for obstructing all navigable streams in that State, and appropriated S ."()( M)(l() for that purpose. Cairo, Nov. 27 Incendiaries are Irv ing it burn the city of Memphis. On Sunday night there were ten diffctcnt fires, and on Monday night fourteen, showing conclusively that there is a con centrated movement for (he destruction of the city. Great alarm exists in con sequence. Nri:oi'.s Woiikino on tmk Foirnn catmns. The Lynchburg Republican states that the call of the Sccrctaiy of War for forty-five hundred negrops, to work on the fortifications about Rich mond, is being promptly responded t, and the slaves forwarded to tin1 scene of their labors. The Southside curs carry down a number daily, and the quota call ed for has nearly been filled. theh.ntit Appeal. m There are now as man y pcisnns ein- ; ployed in (lie cotton nulls at Lawrence, Massachusetts, us there were before the breaking out of tho rebellion. l'nn (A'. 1) Journal Proclamation of the President. OIiHEll OK TUT. I'llKStPENT HF.SI'Et'TINO CONFISCATION. The President has issued the follow ing order : KXKCCTIVE Man.-ion, Nov. 13, l-32. Ordered by tho President of tho United States that tho Attorney-General bn charged with the superintendence and direction of all proceedings to be had underjthe act of Congress of llh July, 1SG2, entitled, "An act to suppnss in surrection, punish treason and icbellton, seize and confiscate the property of reb els, and for other purposes," in so far as may concern the seizure, prosecution, and condemnation of tho estate, property, and e fleet 8 of rebels and traitors, as mentioned and provided for in tho fifth, sixth, and seventh sections of tho said act of Congress. And the Attorney Gen eral is authorized and required to give to the Attorneys and Marshals such in structions and directions i.s he may liud needful, and touching all such seiz ures, prosecutions, and condemnations ; and, moreover, t authorize all such At torneys and Marshals, whenever there may bo reasonable ground to fear uny forcible resistance to tho act in tho dis charge of their respective duties in this behalf, to call upon any military officer in command ot the forces of (he I'nittd Slales,'t'j give them such aid, protection, and support, as may bo necessary to enable them saLly and efficiently to discharge their respective duties; and all such commanding ollicers are re quired promptly to obey such call, and to render the necessary service, as fur as may be in their power, co isistcntly with their other duties. By tho Picsidcnt : Signed,! ABRAHAM LINCOLN. EnwAiii) BATi:s,Attorney General. In accordance with this order, the Attorney General will shortly issue specific instructions to United States Attorneys and Marshals for carrying into effect, the provisions of the act to which reference has been mad. An Interview vjith General Eragg's Wife. Tho Weilzcl expedition from New Or leans to Thibodeaux came upon the plan tation of General Bk.uk;. An interview with Mrs. Biiagu is thus described by a correspondent of the Times: In the vicinity of Thibodeaux- is situ ated the plantation of M :i jor-General Bragg. It of course attracted the atten tion t our soldiers, and Ins negroes seemed to have a very intelligent idea of the relation their master stood to the na tional lroo)s. As our soldiers advanced, Lieut. Col. Warner, of the 13ll Connecti cut, lecived word from Mrs. Bragg that she "oiild like to have a guard to pro tect her properly. This request was promptly complied with, and when Colo nel Warner came up, two of his regiment were pacing quietly before tho door of (he mansion. They had, however, arrived too late to save the prop, rty entire. The negroes had taken advantage of tho op portunity to break open the closets, in vade the bureaus, rip open the feather and moss beds, in search of treasure, and otherwise destroy valuables in the differ ent rooms. Upon Col. Warner's apnearance, Mrs. Bragg, with Si ine excitement, commenced expressing "her mind." I know this lady many years ago, long before she was mart ied, and few women were hand soui'T, or more eloquent with (he tongue. 1 can, therefore, readily imagine that Col. Warner got the worst of it, so far as words were conc rued; at any rate, I ven ture to reinaik that she had tho "last say." Col. Warner suggested that it ws a sad time, the lady said, " No one a-ked tho national troops to come in (his vicin ity, and why were (hey t here V "Be cause," said the Colonel, ''our duty, and my duty, which I learned from your once honored husband, taught me to follow my flag, and defend every portion of my country. Mis. Bragg insisted "that the Yankees were intruders and iavadeis of the South." The Colonel replied in courteous lan guage, that he could not understand Ids poMti oi in that light, and incidental! y remaik'd (hat, as an old friend ot (Jen. Bragg's, he would have been pl a cd to see In in. At this alio-ion I he lad y 's d n k and spa' k ling eyes flashed, and she said, "If you would sec ( Jenei al Bragg, y on should meet him in the West, ud not ln(Te on bis plantation." The Colonel, with a linl" malice, replied that "our Westein troop h id b, i n Irving to meet (Jell. Bragg, but that (heir i ll'oits had not been allogetber successful."' Hereupon tho lady iletnaided protect ion, mid get -ting in a cariiige, rode beyond the im mediate lines of our troops -ad, no doubt, to del thai her husband, nod the trusted friend of (Jen. TaV 1 r, and the hero of one of the best fought battles on our continent, was now ileeing out of Kentucky a defeated rebel. Jeff. Davis has ordered Gen. Holmes, of Ai k insas, to diin.indof the Federal authorities the surrender of O Neil, who ordered the execution of the ten guerril las in M issionri, and in case he is not j! i ven up, (Jen. Holmes is iiullioi iz d to execute i he first ten Federal ollicers who may fall into his hands. Would it not I be well for our Government to instruct lien, uosecrans to n,q u. e into tlie exe cution of the sevclilieii l.iyal Kentllclv iaus by Bra.'g's annv in its retreat through Cumberland Gap, nod demand the surrender of th- authors of that infernal inf.iinv 't Mr. Jell' Davis should not be permitted to way. have it all his own John Phocnix'i Curiosity That incorrigible wair, Lieutenant Der by, oA,m "John Pha-nix," while attend ing a theatre in Su Francisco, thought he saw a person with whom ho wished to speak, a few seals in front of him, and in order to attract his attention, ho re. quested a gentleman who sat iu front to reach over and punch him w ith his um brella. U pon the person looking around he saw (hat he w as a stranger, and Phe nix directed his attention to the play, leaving (he puncher" and punchee to settle it as best they could. The puncheo re quested an explanation of the puncher, whereupon he turned to Phccnix, ami said "Sir, didn't you request me to punch that man ?" " Yes, sir." " Well, what did you want '! " " Oh, nothing, only I had a curiosity to see if you'd do it." At Knoxville (ho rebel government has very extensive works for the manufacfuro of cannon, shells, solid cannon balls, shrapnel and elonogated projectiles, Numerous buildings are occupied for this purpose, an 1 (he whole is under (he di rection of an ordnance officer appointed by the government. Smooth bore can non are rilled here, and the works arc kept, in operations by two sets of men one working in the day time and the other at night. The cannon and gun carriages are sent away to different points as soon as manufactured. Qcichr. (Jen. Weilzel, who recently made a successful expedition against the enemy in Louisiana, is in a quandary, lie writes that among other plunder ho took "100 wagon loads of negroes," and wishes to know what shall bo done with them. Can any body tell us how many negroes make a wagon load? Wiieonsin Hcntinel. Well sir, we have seen one little nigger load a wagon. Is that satisfactory, Sen tinel ? We learn that the rebel pickets were at Brentwood yesterday morning. Wo are again indebted to Mr. Sn'ydku, No. 20 Cedar street, Mr. Sinci.kton, un der the "Sewanee House," College street, Mr. Cami'Iiki.o, of tho " Army News De pot," Adams Express -Company, and Messrs. Hai:hk & Co., for files of late papers. I'ii nil lira ' uelloii Sale. I will sell on Monday morning, at Hah iy & Bnos Old Stand, an assortment of New and Old Furniture, and a largo as sortment of varieties. Great inducements arc offered. M. MARBURG, 12 Public Pquare, Hardy Bros Old Stand. nov.'lO -It. 'I he peBson who took a small Box, marked .lonv Fi'M.kk, Clinton, Mass., from Adams Express Ollico on Saturday night, November 2!Mh, had better return it, or he will be reported. V. W. CLEMENS, Agent. Wanted Two good Buglers wanted immediately, to whom good pay will bo given. Inquire at Headquarters, Bat tery G, 1st O. V. A., opposite St. Cloud Hill, near Franklin Pike. Lieut. A. MARSHALL, Commanding. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. "0, 1802.-lw l.ouiwvillc and Mtivillo Itallroud. Passenger train for Louisville, Bow ling Green, and Memphis Branch, leaves Nashville daily at, 8 o'clock, A. M., Louis ville time, which is fifteen minutes faster than Na-hviHe time. The Ticket Agent is icquestcd to sdl no tickets to any Matioii on tho road, except upon the presentation of a pass to such point, approved by Maj. -(Jen. Ronki hans. The Ticket Ollice will bo open in time tor all to procure tickets. Nov "0 2w. t i:am: 1 ,v Mv.tx, Livery and Sab' Stable No. . Collegi Street, keep constantly on hand Car riages, Horses and Buggies, and are at all limes prepared to send parties to any part of (ho country. Wu havo 10 or lo good work Horses and Mules for sale at low figures: also, several large and small Spring. Wagons. Nov. 27 1 iu.. M. C. & i.ziiAi HKit, M Market street, is icady to redeem his change tickets iu United Stales currcuc', at his counter, when presented. Hereafter, his custo mers must make their own small change. nov27 1 w lt!sell of INilP.ll 1 1 1 r. Messrs. Hah ok A: Co., 44 College Street, are now delivering the Cincinnati, Louisville, and Ne'.v York daily papers kt Mores und residences, in any part of the city, for twenty-livo cents a week. Leave ordeis at College Street. nov2(j tf. Sclcjjvaplu S;hyIhI T"lt-Kin li to tlm " Wln M Chin MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES. The Armies of Bragg and Lee United.. Defeat of tho Rehels at Newborn, JI- C, aud Frankfort, Va. Charleston Fronftunced Indefensible. Moving of Federal Troops Southward Washington, Nov. 29. Ladies from Fredericksburg, coming North, say that the feeling there is very hostile to the Administration. They preferred the burning of tho city to surrender to tho Federals. Rebel force very large. Sup posed that Bragg's and Lee's armies have united. Four thousand rebels attempted to take Newborn, N. C, last Tuesday, but were repulsed. Colonel Paxton has defeated the rebels at Frankfort, Va. It is rumored that Beauregard pro nounces Charleston indefensible. Tho inhabitants are removing. Caiuo, Nov. 2'J. The Federal army is moving southward. Rebels falling back towards Grenada, and burning bridges as they withdraw. The rebels are removing valuables from Jackson, Miss. Tho Grenada Appeal of (he 21st pub lishes tho proceedings of a manufactur ers' convention at, Augusta, Georgia, on the -Hlh ult., at w hu h, owing to tho high prices of the articles used in manufac tures, it was not thought advisable) to contract with the government at lixed prices for more than one month. The yff'anoariis from several sources that the Federals in Western Tennessee and the vicinity of Holly Springs have forbidden the farmers to sow wheat, de claring that they will nol ho allowed to raise it. Tlie Federals purpose prohibit ing tho production of anything but cot tun. PitovosT Marshal's Oi tici:, ) Nasiivillm, Tenn., Nov. 21, 18iill.$ The attention of dealers in all kinds of liquors is called to tho fact that all permits for the sale of liquors, malt, spiritous or vinious, arc hereby re voked. All violations of this order will be summarily puniike 1. ALVAN 0. GILLKM, Col. 1st, Tenn., Inf'y, IW. Marshal. Nov.2.)-.r,l. 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