X1I1. NO. 236. 1
TUESDAY JfiTENlNG;- OCTOBER . 14. -.1-862:.
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JWm&E m SHE MILITIA!
9Mtsli State Troops.
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t- t inginsMra e JkoBnl eiatv or tVjy5H
r-ta-ci-d u itt t aad yafttabai jiotn'IBSiy
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not artiaaM. Rrne oil B ferfaftate. of
i - - - Al. cfimn Of As CoUaMf ate State Anof !
a i f-ifi-v. Karhal- aairnWag naVen; si! br
.r Vtgigtrs'tss ortac'i'Bta WBew, are rfgaatWto
a meh wi aai.ts'a tV o;araMs'
i r.f- .!ticr Baaant fcHHtarr jtatioaa. nba wil
a-. -l.f'3 nirfw a"ai tbw po't AM' paw ant aa
i - tiiogara detirarin dt notii are eot.tte4
rmnrjcf Pty apapg eaec
of al- aauY b jab4ia at ooce hrtkc
jm ii or wTaw.
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"Vf fg fallout aawM arfw W iaHbH far
ivV . aa4 b wJ. awkeo tbiaatece avatk y
, .4 ta M p'MitiX' euibDaai Okac fcfnje fur
al 6at-a aweeiun a.iaaawi n
n aba'4 af eaVpt cf iMaetas nil aafce
auaial titVWtit aal atkBof eaafcaoart.
iaert, tta nqn-fer axe)l ara aecfyaig a J
rniats -ear atk aaaort m mM. 1be oantter
, H ftjra d fartaatanit i a- (o4 taaah&ff ia
A lawat ae4 hapoatarOgBaral
K JC HXE,
A Ayrt-1 n sterol.
UAqoaKiM Jo, MMHriiki, i
Baataaber IS, JttK- 5
7 tc.u fiir in'-
aMd erftanlaattcaof com
. K'thn Ul U MCI IB WW1' WIIW vms
t. ' :
a.vof- W Apr. Ta or
fdK ay 'iff of
. all mUHaTa (niiwnni Wyrawt aaBJ-
: reoflWia)alt? VComf aM Wc
ltru.T to tfO" arm
of 'be ooiitte. M1 ir,gir sfrt ioyKi e u
. r ruin m-ifut H ia tb.t-xpf-aOoo at Aetew
ita nl mm Mbiaet to conacrtaa aatj
TTi'tin ibfcfiHfe ttintrteM ami nrifflp-
.. ..n,Vr ml sroroat a ires f ate
lortrfietei to-ti-rai-b fat of MBifelifAt lUNajnf
i wu(sc ai tae lwiWaDtata.-
, . m1V4 in in laOj. t,Tttail.too, or eaaapaay
. . - f the SecrnSw rflTar ol AaaM lolfc. Ifoa,
. . ,icri ratafBat.i aoBie
dotutfe wirfh aa tb ccuutaa- iu
j ... v hat aa4 gWitiaamt rfmr
. . tij-i null - -wJl be Mcor
, , - D -.iartBia4 r y4ha jaqml eaBnuaduic
. . h-ajt) iauw. of fcieli H. a compai'Ml
1L M. HOOB
District r slic iTS5wsippi.
I . ' ,uxi.ar Mteraaara nttli the Hy. by
Tk and Warren
coaMT. lBariial, Captain
SaaabatoUl, Jaa. C. fiatart.
nypafkfc '.oaitaaaa. Mm U..Jafr,
. arbdi, 1. wtT. t. uaiauwt.
't. .. . parlA L u'-j'.a. B. A. Hart
iini , LMafci j i J" iJ Mil er.
.,. V. U.aaa paefci. -sM.ua. D. C Hi.
' . Ktrifaaa o: i oMiAua.J H. Collins.
i..s pri. I- - i"- '-attain Sainnel Bard.
... .,,.( -r,. n. Stto- - K.t-an-.
. - -. - , .vnnty.M) , Iiwa Hinto.
, .r: .-camI.-'a:PP!
,' cooay J.ai;ppi. H-
.x bay..- itiWoiwi. w
I aball nam ae eaaaiy witti
TTimt-. oraheH kBovriest; har-
. v e".ai
(tayjae aonlente of a court
-ft. ankM f haUBaK
af rtataaaT WM1IKW V, ww
- . aal. a 4k
-Swirt rd y
' ' . jl . ..Mini
arnirtt-t Vrbetaer of artfltaqr,
of wtbeb :
. - i-bl.
r or pmvot Manfcat, to whose
dauiHaa aeaattUeB, ceafl wnaa
, .fm iMrt i i mialllllW ar AD soon as
uul f naia -ui tb Vat waw comroiiR
: .jn&&mB v.
9. S XEOB aw a-
. . .. r .
" ?r' c Wr . n few
.".pel had oc tboo tw
an 'WW c. .u , - - -j-y-.
6 " P. ,B Vvtwali "ey "t"'
t U 'Mf,p,1, a,. f -1
. . ... wut-ii by -f&- M ttt, of j ta
- . . mi i . I .aiu II us a was
;,r V f ogri - aJF jaa, m
C n a ti al t i r ixi n C: h W r'n . Hr i K a.i ! er i a ;S Ji ec -lion
nt Port Crnii;, fw aitfnftrMnrillc.
op KepUiHber-H, ife(W.
- -BfATHR'S XWSKrSlPM JtXiWHKKT.
. . AXO
4sar cat&ia. WKid.
Wm E. Wl
OwnpAayC, H.'W. Gston capUio.
edc TMntniu H W. ;tot-: PrivAto
JteiMeMB, J It Damik, lightly, A. J. J,
gngiHlK J. D. Farmer, siiflrti
CowifiRy D. T. . A. Msjcwell, intaia
KHIed : Second Liminuint Jsbmm PlAa. :
W0QMd: Csptsio T A Max wall, Catfteal
Samoai MeCardy; Pivtss J. H. BUgipffajaa,
J. M 0wn ','"..
rCnipnj- E," A M- Bradford, eapM.-r-fontnW
: Sarjseant H M. KTlM. QonoU
B K Bwwja, VV It Furrii. JMrW-Ifi
'K. S. 0aifee, J.'.WOks, J. M?;3TKt. J.
PMfavW:Jligt A. Wml,-K F. Saajii-
CofajayP.iaanMit Tom Oal-xaSit. cra
maBdiar Uad.: Pjisste itrtiu Qqntrell.
i8Mt Setfeant TunitM MoKitinr', Prj,-.
A. B, Applewhite Jdia Lasjtod.J. Biow-
H. . M. ftroiwa. calaia Woond-
cd : Ovutain R M Urown. 6TKcant W. M
Oompny I, L'KUtenan; Jam Hall com
ms riding. Wvnndad: Corporal C. W Stewart
Privates fsmk M jDwwito, W. Eubank. W
Private Denah ItitArQB.
CcajoMrr L. Efeotemnt O'Uei eomaiandinc
KiUeif: PrtraUs Patrick 2kiU, AaosUu La
thu "UroUB4 : Phfs John Kaet; r j
B. A. JSaebloe, at0aHi.
Qmpuair A Kjlted: Carpnmi J. V. Y7hfo
Qorum. WotoiM: Prive K R Ford, in
Pmata E. E. Al-
ar a. I r -
Private W. C. LHOad
VrnUed.: lAuteuark S. C' !,; wporai J. B. Tolbert, ivrery
tlv in he ; Priwue P. W
aav If law. itaee died; W. R
E. T.4Stodialtfbly in neck
SBWKwy in awa, .
3ohmay K JUHd : Pcwte
Wounded-: Pjfamte B. DtoKai
thi?fc. " W. e. I&fedK
PS- Mia off: A-.us?ri f.
lrty: IV H-' VVilket, leg-, 12 K.-Snwyftr
hand r W. J. Sjafll:. liead'; J. C. Arietta, le,
- Uomrony y Wojnded: laeunt John K
09odwtn, sfiRhy ; Gspt. C. . Littl, rerely
Pjivates Geo. Lindsay,-left thigh ,8vreiy; Go.
McKinsey, s de, sHjhtry
Company D. Wounded : W.il.nanis.nund,
aevreiy; Job Westropp, hand, slightly ; D. P.
Brady, thigh, subtly
Company Jp".-0CiHea: Arehibetd B. Wright.
WDded : H Davidson, arm and side, dsnger-
tiwly: S. C Cneato, arm, sevMCily; J. B. bnuth,
Rightly ; F. E Foote, hua, sljihOy.
FnWaM, , severely ; IVrrate John Edwards,
Ortmsny H Ktllel : A 1. Uannis, V. A
Carraway, L K A Pearc, RkbatJ Scon.
WMtnded : 1st L euMoar.t W J. Maly, okie.
wvarely ; 21 LieotAofnit h D. Pa-, tjigh and
aartferouhli : Privates (J i Brown,
thieh, erefW ; W. T. Heford, thigh, srigbtiy ;
J. H Jlofef, kaiajU fiAtly. ,
Prichavd, shoulder, Bowroiy: P-.ivaies
slightly v C. F. tehai.'3-Sf5rsM
UOmpany 1 -iHM 71'. 4J
-Wttainded : Castaiai O W MMflMl.
verely ; Sd LuMnt3?T.- I5ftt,Tr
Svveiy ; 3d lawfltea" J II. jp
bader, semetsr ? jDMfrttf d. 15
tmpa asa arm, savevny rpiwss a b
shgWly ; CorpetHi J: WyTK?wmi: (1anftidu
Piivates Jants Brade. n and lee w)
chueroB!y ; D. F.. liohertewi, Of 4 le,
slhtiy ; J: W. W, ehjfhfty. '
Company K IQftWi -W. 0. jfitnMtt, J. J.
Laughter. ftded Cwttne J J Mowae,
ealf of lec Mnotuly : Sergeant W N. A. Gfood-
man, Arm. sevefejy; PrWWW W. lirett, atr, ge-
K Be, oavtrtHy ; J.
C. Ghambew, fcgR&tomekj.i J" TeTry, tWgh,
RecapitBtatiw. Total kffl d : 9 ; total wonud
edi 44. KtMed atftl wounded : 55. "
Fx-ld aW -Colaaei R A. Smith, m r
'teHy TrotHpell ' Identemitt Colontl Janft li.
Bnflard Mll. d on ft Sel. V .
Company A, eotwniMed by Captain J. M.
Walker. Wouaded : CariUiral W. IT.' WiilterH.
krt ieg bfoka ; Private C H 8tent, gevsrajgr
in thghi a. T. TuJtr, eevariy k the left
leg; J V. JJH, vt riy m tbe nghtancle;
W S Morgan, wnmidd slightly ia fc.fi shoulder; j
J W Soott. wwnded elurhiiy ia-Uie richt rm;
G- Fib ley, wonuded sligutU in the h&nd, ;
u liwvoT!. siHrsHy id lue lait jeg-
Company B.toinkanded by Captain. R. A.
Iaee. Woonded: Private E J. Paakn.-fflortallV
in face and Toot, (since dead;) Charles HauiL,
Wouaded Severely in ibje nht thigh; W. Q.
Feale. wounded severely m the left breast and
knee; J. If H'-rton, wounded slightly ia jibe
right shou.der ; M Hagnei, wtxt 1ed slightly,
in tha face and rigtft arai-; J Podergiaat,
wodaded siightiy m lue right kaee ; H Heideg
ger, wounded slightly in tbe-tert arm.
Jomvanv U, cummanae i by cantam .1 l,.
Finley. KiUcd ; Thoiaas J Brown ; II E. Bar-
tea w Joseph rru-ren. W nuaed.:. J-'net Lieu- i
eoaat JahD Pettoo. arm aad legsveiui ; ,Lwu- ,
IrfeajtffcliaW: IL "R-tf er, sightly in the hta , i
tbh?8 : i
3.-Cray toe, jsevereerui ab n-ff-.JSef-Tuia
Marti !Sw,!igMiy1n the' ; CorpbratlffivOTy ao'diet reprincjp e upon w men ana
S. B. JarW, dir".rous!y in boib igbs;.HSe objects f.u- wlvfeh -it shall be employed in
Oofooral H B Evans dangerously in tha,bresf ' ruprwsing u.e reinou, must ob uerniiuiv.
and Mri Ccrwaai R B Tatoin, slihil ia I "d declared by tlie civil authorities. The cbif
the ehelk; Prjvatfs Jam- UruMtimn, wortaHy xecutivei who is'rbATgd with the administra
nnder the lft arm (siace drer-'l. lfe3B, i i of aa-.ional affair i, k the proper and only
eeveteryiB the lr: Joe CroiaiB,Wely ra I source through WhwU,.tho views and orders of
the hand; Jaaiee Clay ton, ae7rely tt tfte wrt3 ?
P O Cierfc, df!2erO!H!fv ii "imi nd Jqth ,
l-s ; W.J. Imkit, fareMty M the.heaJi ;A' "
ntit, wbgh'.ly iu the If g and back ; J. ..itsfti-
tim. tbLMaartmxiv in t: m i.a saar- TmStm s
Leak, awrtaHyia chest and legs (e'died)
II. Hacr, alkktly in the ohist; E T. Oa8 4
dangercul ia rite left thigh; JohThwulilggi'; 1
severely m the br-ast; J. fi. Br ytHaMia. severeiy
ia the head ; Stephen Wi!aoth, shrfiWy fa t&e
leg and arm ; L. Wah, stirhayih the ttnu aud"
sliocuder ; R J. Whit, slightly hi the 'araVwad
shoulder ; J R. P. Westmojeland, swraly ia
Couipai y B, eaimaaadad by Captain George
Debson. KiMefti Setgeai J. JJjwphy.
W'ouaded: B. H.BhxIge, kft Brm bf4fen; J.J.
Dseni eevwrely, in righfrhaatl ;Qeri Pu
' il, sUghtby ia the hip. " "
Compsey E, eaaunaoded jhyaptain R A.
"mi WfMMidW : CaatSrhl'B. iA- Belfc siightiy .
Corporal W. 8. CaUjaWt rawafcjv (since rtesd.)
PrivMes F E Cage, sttRlaly wePogtftiWde;
II SI. Ft,fctiv; A.T.JSWIe, sJightty
in the fisbtkHer S- Catfe,ye in the
rigSthand. . m: s
Obrppariy P, eonauBdad 13ap W. R .
Jianiets. JCdW; Ilivato Jtoi ijffwttr.
WottBded: CaaaiaW. ft DmmT
ogat idi Private RS. Cwmj -bfafil y, i
the ab-lotrSwj, f sintw Jed )
Company G, cemmanded by Lieutenant Jm.
Rogers KdW : L.'Ut.Tsant W H- Oaaam.
Wotnaded : V:eter.t Jsmee Rgct, d"ugf
awy iB Lv-thiwat : Sergeant-J. CJ'rftou, sevet
y in thehon)ar ; Privates Wur. Hask, slight"
ly ia the knee , W. H- Taylor, aflairy..ih tuo
head aad tkich. diad) T J & Wbiw.
slightly in the thigh ; G. WaHaee, siightiy ixt i
Comnaay 11, cjmmanfed by LSeyftmsntX". 8.
'(35fior S B WSttf, fewdy Jaio 4aft
j:K.ilaBjlIy;intlfta"m Bto "e Liiwoln with, a Bade, par
Gampany I, Ctnaianded by Captain' (..
aiyefis. KSiea : W T. Hellawsy, private.
VfoHrf! : Cpsin G B.Myers, "daagazoaflty
i th rWtt htnr; Srgnt M t?. aavertlv i?
tb kftj&gfe ,-Oorporl J. B Vnnjrjjn, jfiel
iatM fcft tlngh; PrMratw B. B. Tlkwn;dwx
.YWaw ia tta) right Wp and arm ; J. Q. "SSmin
te, sVa4T iu the loft wist. "
43wjwvriy 1C coBsmandsd by Captain E T
SafeA Kiil-d: Priwts Ira Cole, A. T. John
atdn. V 1. k'-!!v. W. R. Turner- Wbtiiided;
JUunatr W. P Stewwt, slightly in tha feti
iM8Bt R. H arrott, aflverely m ho siioiuaori
ttt W. ti. wi&man, aangorousiy in w
Md CoropralX.H. Finger, Blighttyin tie
ui; Corporal J. C ReKly, slightly ia the
2.1.1' . . T A lUflrnav qAvataIv In. into
and tlitrht Is. JC. Uole. sltgnMy in tue
ferai; A. J. Dickapa, severely in tbo srm , .)
H LKjraoy, severely ju- tha ankle.; AVillif.m M
Drafy, mqitaHy in tko breastsinoa died) ; T.
Ii. GriaA, slightly in ibe gtiwn S. W. Hop
ler, severely in the arm : J , S, Heafiinr, se
nkeiy io th mouth j E. Hudsonlightlyin the
; E,. Hudson,. wiy in the kilo; J.
W JoS8ton,stverey in ihe leg and foot ; J J
Koitb, iBertally in 'hij"bBd, (siiMse died); J J)
Kniy, nrui(j- ia the hrng ; W. J3. Lwley. '
varely iu the tlugh ; jJ. L L-opardi severely iu
the band and hp; E M. McDmiel, AMrerrfy in
the thigh ; R jf Norm, Severely ia the hdnd
andbn'J: 11. E. Owens, eoverely in Xhcar.ni:
J E Wjckers, severely in the baud ? J.S. Wi
b.vks, mortally in the thih and abdomen ; Mr.
W Crom, severely in he leg ; W. H, , RJwdfcr,
1 gadyift the faae.
D. A. CASIPBHIili,
"Adjntant 10 Mssippi Iigimopt.
James B iRa, Jr 2tjai CoJimt-nding 10th
SIfe-itipi5 Ref iHiMit.
grrir r.oiMEST or MtBsiaoiri'i volckosius.
0wMti:y.It-4rtvae I) & Kewbakerr9Uight
ly tnthifth; Yh&.- Piowefs, slightly ia forehead.
- Corapasy G Killed: Corpal H. Ruseiafe.
Privates JhU Wilimms, John Yeafrer. Wonitd
6y: ienteiasnt S. Aogenine, siighUy in ear; Pri
vate M B9iHwu; slisjhtly in log.
CeatpfcnyE WffUBded: SerrrfH. Bridges,
vo&mu C Wounded: Captain T. F. Wil-
inilmi; a.Tery in thigh; D M. Broughef, Jdishtjy
fJttfflgMiy B. ffiiled: A J Bnrattj )i Sv
rSiey, A. W. flquir. Wounded: Wtieott,
onf severely in leg; G. W. T errett, attghiry
- C 'iroaaw F- Wounded: D. D. Diggs, se-
verety "in wjb; W H. Terrill, severely in breast.
tionpasjr K KHed: C. R- Dowsing, R. T.
Conrt. WcnaeU: Captain J. K. -Walton, slight-U-fifhaCd;
Lientanant F. A. Pope, slightly in
faido; Js-M. Gray, severely in face; J: H. Stigor,
eveMlynfimt; Carporal K. 1). faprowls, slight
ly oa jaw; K. C. Howard, slightly, in face.
Crmipany D. Wounded: M. J. Hughes, se
verely -in knee; S. L Hmon, slightly in leg; F.
AC HoHey, siightiy in side; W. Taylor, slightly
in -thigh; -R. A. Raybnrn, slightly in -bask; G
T. Davis, slightly in hand; W. P. Vanborn,
sltehtly io face; J F. Cox, slightly in leg.
Company H. Wounded: Captain R. G. John
ston, tngfatb in teg.
Compttay E. Wonpded : Ltoubeaant J. B.
Adams, slighdj- in iagi
Company C. Wounded: W F. Brougher,
Migbtiy .Mj hamL
In camp near'BsrdeWn, Ky ; Sspie.-nbr 2S,
lt62. E. C. WAtiTIIALL, J
Oelonsl Commanding 09th Mississippi Regi
ment. Jtw. W. CAMPKEtx, Adjatarft.
CUALMKR'S UATTAfclOK StfAUP-SHOOTRS.
Majr M. C. Riohards, vonuded severely ia
Company A, Lutenant J B-Day, command
ing Wounded; Corporal E D. Bates, slight
ia the h&d;:'J. L. Moero, slight, thumb.
CUMBpaey ii, S-BrowartBg,ojptari Wound
ed: Privati jAhe JleU, nl'ght iu the band.
Cispaay C, T. W. Riehnrds, captain
I'VAHuutAd: CantAM Than. W. Rlohartls. severe-
br ia. M&..ieu4ttv- leutbuant J. U. JNesUiM, 1
jit llir nhanWanf Pri-rntm Thna. nimn!
m 'tha baBdfjSlev. in the arm; W. A
CAatMltfBS ON THE J6TI1.
GfoiMtav A., Lieutenant J B Day, crAnmand-
orH, mJjVthigh-.J. J. Smith, dangerously,
.Ooajbant' B, S. JJfowhnrjr. cantara. -Wouna
ted: -!. Huret, ucbt4n the hand.
q4Bpaf.B', Li tenant F 8. Nesbitt, com
natdiag. J.To casauliies.
.- 0. F. WEsiyGBptain,
C8amattditiglkttlRBen,S.S 2d. Bog. R D.
E S NESiiEfTCAajatant.
HtcCI.KI.r.ATi'rt AIOSlHSS TO 'JMEE
Fedcrttf Saltlieri flagged in JldranceA
UAUAKTEKS ARHJ" OF. THE PO'reAC,"?
Camp NrAH SH AhraBotta, Jiia, OSwbtr 7, lfi 5
GeBfral -Order No. 1B3. " - -
The attention' of tfesitrwrs- and soWierS of
the army of the Patentee is sailed ta;Gsceral
Order No. 139, Waf Djgartment, Sspteprrat.J
12 . publteraeg the Biafdent's proelamarioffBf
A proclaaiaoon ft sv$fl grave moaieaf to
kW'., 5My . ojMiMraictod Jo tharroy
asbrds toe SpBOeral Qomnjading,an oprtoEsunity
M i- fiuhHr sbeclallv to the ofheers and soldiers
Bader hflT -caitafchd ' the relation borne by all
r... ai.':' . ' : is. : c .1. tt:..1-
.perooi.s tzi isv uiii&iy bitiu ui iuo uuiwu
Stajtea. tosraxd the. civil authorities of the gov
erncoeht. Thf'Cetistttutiiin confi lss to the civil autbori
tien Itgisiativ', judicial and executive the
powr and duty of making, expounding and
! executing the federal laws Armed forces are
Jsa arirtJMpportaa .gmpiy to austain tuej mi
anuorina, auu iuiuuuiuia-
tion-tnerwo, in m.pects -im innuamenwi
security of otir itficah institutions, and
- wiiwwwuwu uu ,
gore.Tament can mi maue raimi io mo
areiks -Of th nattOri ...
Btscnstioa fay t racers and solulora eoaoerning
-tae zoVaiaJMn r, when carried at- all beyond
flm oriMinrv toflinerate and resDCcfful exnres-
nan HHoh, tends greatly lo-impair aud de-
by sastslBrag he spirit or politjpal .faction for
tlmtfi'm. steady dad earnest support of the au-
HnorUy trTtae govetmnent, wWCU J8 tue "jgnesi
liytwe aiiaea wwier.. ,
The rsawOy.of polilitfal errtrat if any .are
ccmmiHed, is, to be fraud only in the aotioa of
the people at the polk.
In thus calling .the atlentieu of this urmy to
ibe true re lation ""between the soldiers and the
govat neaent, the' generaf commanding . merely-
-adwKts ta an evil, aeainst .which it haabeen"
th&Bgirt advisable, during our whole,- bistory,,tol
guru we armies or toe ropumic ana m aomg
so he -will not be oajderod, by" 'any right
minded apfcabs, us casting any reflection upon
tfcat klyaUy aiid bod cbudnct which hava,beea
ao fufiy litustriteB on so many battle fields.
- Ia OHrrpBir. out ao-maby measures of public
poticy, 4ds army willof coureo'beigaided by tbo
mlM af ifiatcy and Christianity, whjth have ever
COBtieft9ita jpniinot towaru the' uetenceleBs,
jAiiB3 A. HAlUMlt,
i r Li. Col A. D. C., and A. A. G.
- f ---s r :
13T The Lincoln draft iii MassaehuEeaa hstf
been aeiiTlenaRB4. Thki time till thb loth
jnitorte prwnisa of.Gev'jraeriWdrew, which
.w&b that if a emaBelpatian prQoi&mation wore
Issued, the roKlis leading -from "-"Massachusetts to
i the battle field would not be able' to accommo
1 date the eager volunteers.
rtcnt S'rcirl HStiallQl!.
e "reey asmbSd in WasbiBgton
fttYiuK ft'! ZhIv, sua
FKtjp-PrwzBi I have
W vf tbw Meat" demofwtration. Voice
TIProftramalion."1 YeIkithatso creat
a arowd 84 thillyes not aoibl at this time of
ntrt . unless wtto a purpose, ioiue ino
PrSslsaaHinon l .m rjorMBtotaed to (bese
enntan44tiierra. fefI I&v lived in a
liulo:wifer omirtry than this. iCiougb I pug
less i nuve nuw. auu joun uoowww "
of yjeople. myWE - ELSBghter .and unvni
"WhSt Ao you, 6t-Proclamation.
I stall jieivawtore to Open the fluod gatrta for
the tide of passion which now rolls so fiercely
actoss die lnd. If I were to-attempt it I
slHiald fibniit vour rAtjoHwalTBy own voice.
Voice "Tfeo on." No. IelmTl im. try it, any
way. I bav-Viweu in great disuses, and (Hscoin
fitoreibrnieitjjBe past- Fml relieved aow?"
jSTo, 1 80 nottoer i4,7el tt0W fr 0KI
State, tbo bjed whereon -e the brines of my
people, is covered over half its snriuce with
blood and sbj
No. I are not rdidyed,jBor shall J be, till thin'
Lgreat crirti of tlie Sooth is punished and atoited
tor, oar flag 'waves m triumph. From tt Paul
to thBltae, I believe thai the great Valley of
the Mia&is-iippi is not a section ait this noun try;
it is the valley of the uttiion; it is & Talliy 3000
raBes long, aud as broad as it is long. Ldugh
ter and aoolsuse 1 It is a rich region canabie
-rf aftording iioaiM for 300,000(000 of free pee
pie it w great is ait its qwuiuea. it is grow
ing with great rapidity. It is made up of the
selected people of all I in da. ' Tha most enter
prising and most growing pebpte on the face, of
the earth'. ..."
If is not sit original je$p2e., Our trees-a e
not seedlings. They are grafted from the rich
esi s&Hts of the oid stock; they.ard destitted
Is eomand the uitinate prosperity of this
great nation- Draw a iiue eastand west through
the Ohio. There are eight nmiion ot people
who drink tlie waters of that basin north of
that line; s uth of it th-r. are less than
one D.lllum. Will the pooph of the northern
part ever allows any foreign standard to vrave
over Us mouth 7 Cues of " Never,' "never."
In the progress of this war there will bo dif
ficulties and dangers to contend with, aad we
fitid -bnrstrlvos in very utnasHl circa mgtancfl,
and no wonder we should sometimes commit
blunders. But we are bekig educated. We
stumble, but we are fearaiug as wo go. We
are gathering new sfrengiu, und Mke Anteos of
old, every time we fell to the earth we rise again
with renewed vigor. Cries of "Good,"
" Good," and applause. It is not a doubtful
question1, "my friends, how Sris wax is going to
terminate. Voice "not doubtful now " I:
never was doubtful. Voies " That's so ''
We are learning, every time -we fall, how to
conquer' rtext time. I have fc faith that, per
haps, every man has not. I believe in " the
provideaeeof Gjd ruling over tha country. ,
we now. I think we are suffering for selfish
ness and sin-, aud when we are sufficiently pun
ished, nwlTtTust w have raftered ahh'Mi ejioncb t
already oar tvadard will be re-establ.shea, '
and wave more proudly thwi ever -over this
mighty laud. 'Good!" "Good."' pnd loud
Ihave-a faitfi that beajs me through this
thing, aud I believe we are growing- wiser as we
ff row older ; but all. watt be wfecfly accom
plrebad, and the b!essiug.f God -flMl be upon
Chaets. arrd csRs lor fits viesgjirf the Prdcja
iaa .Biirdou.me, ge ittaMif"; 2 shall not
gjvjeiiy-vhlws bffare a premjaoaous crowd. J
will pt" discuss the aetien of the Cabinet ot
whielt l aaj a. flwmlwa- the action of Hhe Presi
dent", who? is my superior. A Voice " He has
himself diMOseeditr so -has Secretary Chase."
Cries of " Tfaavu So." aad oaeers far Attorney
General Batea, amid which the Speaker re
tired. The fight at hiirpbarj; JVct much of v
Victory Alter All. 0 .
Tie Washington RtpuUioHa of the 22d, '(Lin-
coIk'h orgwr) after etutiog tht the SurrSrderof
Harper's Ferc wsa "tmrefieved by any de
eiueS icdejS"fti that quarter," iajis :
. xne aspect 01 anmrs, as- r as- uenerei aic-
QlellariV army is eoboeraed, s waTeeret to say,
dHtinet'y ssore aafavorable -tiam it seemed at
the date of our last itmi The euny has"
crossed the Potomae. wih all hie trains and arfil
Iwy untooehed. mtk all his iemntdtd except a few
hundred, and with the loss of only an insigni ficant
number ff ttraggftrs. He is t-aid to be no wed
posted on -the aoa'h bauk of the river, with
artillery- u& noeitieB and prepared to dispute rnai
paase-0. That he thus escaped sabstcntially
without damage,- is in itself a serious misfortune
TOr"l,"andfurth-nnore, if admits of but owe in
terprettUioH, and that wot frorMe tte to the char
acter of tht kettle ef n'ednemif A battle mast
be conceded to be a drawn one, from which one
party withdrhws in prf- ct ordr, the oilier party
aeiog disabled from moving until movement Is
too lte. It may hav the moral effect of a vio
torv to us. and we still think it has. but that is
only because a drawn battle is defeat to an ad
vancing and hitherto success tul army, while
such ixrtile its a nictory to an army which hag
bem suffering coKtAmtms rtverlk This ba'tle of
Anuetm was a victory wr ns in coat sense oruy.
If is cratifyiinr la und that the rexrts con-
Hnueynifoim of the good conduct of the wltftle
lof the army. -Ertry division, every brigade.
every regioient, w so tar as appears, every
dm, dm wall. The new regimeute .vied with
the aid. The bjattle has also left our troops in
good heart. It has strengthened their couff
dence in themselves, ruber than impaired U
Thw is of great moment ia Allure op-ra;in3.
Of the losses in theTiattw of Anttetaa, rt con
tinues to be said that those f the enemy exceeded
ours. From the de-MSptions gin of the eon-
test, involving cbtrges upon the enemy in ad
vantageous ptifcitioee. and the creasing of a
creek, fAis teould hardly seem prabtble, and yet it
may be true.
W are salU to have apfmed ten thonsauti
stand ot, arras on thfcmttl Suld cf Aatietam,
which will balsnjeo- tbe n'mis' captures of
small -arrns at ilJafrSitn. But St does not bal
aaoeroutMajaiirf that kind ut Harper's Ferry
nor otrr losses of arltti'.:y, wbteh were heavy,
both at Burr-Xos and Harper's Ferry.
As the result of the whole eampaitrii, com
mencing Tath -tht advance upon General Pope,
tlie en;my has gained in :he material of war, and
-have substateu YtTtmnch np v s ores i-aptured
Asm our army, and upon provisions and forage
p!uhlered in AlaryiaBa. ifcey uutst now sub
sist for the paean, tt.o-a the secession farmers
ot the Valley ef Virginia.
Without specamtiog farther ur-on tne iuture,
it is obvious that the present military position,
allhough'a good omr, if' nothing more, is pro
posed thau the (reteuse ot toe loyal states, is a
verv bad one. in view of the feat that it is not
a 3afeBjiyjpwr jve are-engaged'Ta,' bnt a warj
tortimupafesaonorsae laonion-jiu toe strc-ueu
States- 'Wj are to day natjiearer the possession
of Virginia fbSre we were iu April, 1B61, and it
i3lBHbtfuIir the militsirv etiaoailtlSf theresis-
ismH liimS has. not iHataaKad ln.orritfc as irreat
zMBdea of the
a gropertidixas ourown. That Is tho plain4'p0rsons employed in the inanuiacture of arms,
truth, of theca?a, and1 we may as well look it
(SP Thp Knoatviuo oorreepBdont Df the Mo-
biio Mvpfliett md 7?wforrufjdcrdate of, the
25th ult., ays of IheBBatot'-department in
Knoxville : , .
I visited, vasterda. -tna fauridry. armory-.
lnasrazine. worKshoos and warahousos of. the-
ordnance apartment -hero, and 'was astonishad
to fiifd them so tt nsive ' This deaarlmrjiit is
one. of -the. meat irapjrtaut ia- li sifeice, , and
Tcquinareat mjsitarykiwvidedge auamp?rionfca
In iw aywstrauos. The department at this
post nas ntteu oat;taouaniis or men. wnn arms
irf ail Hs&ffereat branches, and 'has been con-
dueled with fho cTeatesttbltlUr by th:chisf of
rdnaae,Msior S. H. RwnaW. -who, ia thai
o ot bis -ardnoue cmwesf aas woh uatver
satest09m-and popnlnrittr. -
I learn that the Presidant h submitted to
f Congress tbe question af extending the time ill
.ttaatTEnnoasee-fer VolunWW'Wvell ai al
lowing regimente to b rbnrftd mi received," th '
stead rjl'senditigAa voIunloejrSlo fill up other
"regiments, as is done in the- case of conscripts.
teiF It-is stated that only ten or twelvfe coun
ties ia Ohio escaped the draft.
.. Xhe 5iilitnry xeuiliiou Act
niQjbllowTrjg is a. copy of the exempiiati act,
as hnuiiy passed by how tlousos ot Cionjjteaa
- A bill to exempt certain poreons from military
service, and to feueal the act eniifted "An actio
exempt certain persons -from enrohB-fbfs-
proved tbe21st of Aprjl,.lS&i.
lSVAtlDS, Ol'FItiEK Of 0VllNtBlE,-irRK3
l.'TAe (drets tfVtt Comteieratt States of
America do enact? ThUt all pTdli3 who shali aa
held unfit for rnlfitfry servioe l tlie ld by
.reason of bodiiy or-meatal. iaeapaeity or imbe
cility, under rura to m ptescnha.hjs. .th" Sere
tsryof War, the Vice PreiiJrit of tjw Coufed
rate States- th's -ofEeer, judfofil and "executiv,
of the Confederate aud Slates goveramArit, in
cluding postmasters appointed by the Prosident
and coH&rmed by the Senate, and such ejerks in
their offioos" ns are alfowe'I by the Postmaster
General, and now emrdoved. aad ereradiAr all
other postmasters, theSr a'Wlslftnts arf4 elerijpv
and, except such State ofiieaxs ar taa- aevurai
btat-s jayhave declared, pr may nereartaraa
ciare bylaw to be Jiabte tomiutKy duty; the
members f bith Howes Of CongreS of the
Confederate States, 'aad of the- legwktaree or
lh sevenil Sfatwfaud their resiteetive ObSowh;
atl clerlis now iu the offices of theCoufedejateJ
aud Ste gotrernment, authorrzd by law, re
cwving salaries or fSos. '
VOLUfiTEER TROOPS. ;
kll volunteer troops heretofore raised by:tflr
Slata since. tne passage ortha act enttler :"Aa
act furthey to. provid-i for the public cWaase,"'
approved April "ifetb, 1862, while such troops
iball'be in' active service under State aulhoTity,
provided that tbig exemptten shall set. apply to
any person who was liable to be ealkT iato ser
vice by virtue of said aetot April lJJlb, 1862
TttASSPOUTATipNASD TbLEGIIAFII COMl'ANIKS
All pilots and persons engaged, in the tner
chant marine service, the president, superintend
ents, conductors, treasurers, chief clerk, engi
neers, managers, station agents, section masters,
two expert track nands to eaco seeuon ot etgrtt
miles, and mochauics in the active service aud
employment of railroad companies, not to cm-.
brace laborers, porters and messengers; the pres
ident, general superintendent and operators ef
telegraph companies not to exceed a?ur hi num
ber at any locality but that at tba teat of the
Confederals States; the president, superintend
ents, captains,, engineers, cmef clerk and jae
chanics in the-active service and employ areut of
all companies engaged in ri,ver and canal-naviga-tion,
aud all Captains of boats, and engineers
EDITORS, PRINTERS AKD rftEACIlKRS.
One editor of each newspaper now being pib
fished, and ituch employees as the" editor or pro
prietor may .certify upon oath to be indispensa
ble for co&dtictinc the publication; the public
printer-and those' employe! to perform the pub-
be printing tor the uontederate ana State gov
emtnmits; every minister of religion attnrzd
to pi each awarding to the rules of bis seet. and
in the regular discharge of ministerial dnties.
RELIGIOUS SON COMBATANTS.
All persons who have been aud. now are mem
bers ot thosociety of Friends and the Association
of D linkers, Nazarenes- and Alennonfets, inreir-
iilaf membership in their respeouva 4eoina-
tioua, provided members ol tae aoeiety et x neous,
Nazarenes, Menoonists and Danker, shall fur
nish substitutes,' or pay a tax ef $3W eaeh iaio
' - PIIYSIOIAKS.
All physicians who nnw are aad -for" the last
five yeajs have beau iu. actual-- praotiee of their
SIIOKMAIvBRS, TASNlStS, ETC. .
.AH Bboeraakers, t&ajere, bbwiiarrnitbg, wagon
makers ,-millers and their englneera, mHlwrhla,
skillod and actually employed as their regular
vocation in the tra'des, habitually engaged in
working for the public afcd whilst so actually
employed; provided said perstrhs shall make
oath in writing that they are so skirled and are
so actually employed at the time as their regu
lar vo eat ion in one of the above trades, which
affidavit sh&H oly b& prima facie evidence of
the facts thereircstated. '
A PROVISO AG AIKST BXTOltTlfffl.
Provided further. That the exemptions herein
granted to persons by reason of their peculiar
mechanical, or other occupation or employment,
not connected" with the public service, shall be
subject to th&-ccudition that the products of the
labor of- such-exempts, or of the companies ard
establishments with whiah they are connected,
shall be said and disDosed of by the proprietors
at prices not ozceedine seventy-five per cent.
.upeu the cost of production, or within a max
imum to be lixeu by tne secretary ot war una r
such regulations as be may prescribe; and it is
further provided that if the proprietors of aay
such manufacturing establishments shall be
sbowu uuon evidence to be submitted to and
judged by the Secretary af War to have violated,
or iu any manner granteoar evaded, toe true in
tent ana spirit of the oregoiug proviso, the ex
emptions therein shall no longer be extended to
them, superintendents or operatives in such es
tablishments, iut they, and each and every one
of thain, shall be forthwith enrolled under the
Moviskras of this act, .and ordered into the Con
federate army, and shall in He event be again
exempted therefrem by reaeea of sueh manu
facturing establishment or employment therein.
HOSI'lTAIJ, A$Y1A7MS, ETC.
Ail superintendents t f public hospitals, lu
natic asylums, aud the regular nhysieiana,
nurses' and attendants therein, and the teachers
employed in the-tnstitutio8 for the deaf, dumb
and-blind. Iu.oach apothecary store bow estab
lished and. doing business, use spptaeeary in
good standing, who is a practical apothecary.
SVOOL, COTTON AN? TAPE JiAJIUFACTUBKRS.
Superintendents and operatives in wool and
cotton factories, paper milk, and superintendents
and- maaaeers ot weol carding maoWneg, who
may be.exampted by tlie Secretary of War, pto-
,yiill the ptofits of such establishment snail
not exceed "seyonty-nve per centum upon tue
cost of production, t be determined upoa oatb
of the parties, subject to the same peuaHies for
vioktwn of 'the provisions herein contained as
aro-hbreiftboforo provided in case ot other mas
ufahfurlrtg and mechanical employments.
AlBpresldeBts and teachers ef colleges, acad
emleirschools and theological sew marie?, who
have, been recularly engaged as sueh tor two
yonffrpreeeding the passage of this act.
ARTISANS BaiI'i.OVF.D 01 "Oj)VRSM65T
All artisans, mpebanics, and employees in the
establishment of the government- for the man
nfaeturaof arms, ordnance, ordminoe stores aad
other munitions of war who may be certified by
the hfiicer in charge thereof, as accessary for
such establishment ; also all artfcnns, meehao
ics, and ernployees in the estabhshmeiit of such
persons as are or may be engaged under con
tracts with the government in furnishing arms,
ordnance, ordnance stores, aud other mutiona of
war saddles, harness,' flfid army supplies, ' pro;
Vidod that tho obief of ordaailoo bureau, or
-gome orduuncb officer authorised by him for the
purpose, Bhall approve otvtne number of the
operatives required in such establishment ; all
or ordnance'of' any kind by the savoral States 1
or by contractors to furnish tbe same to the sev
eral Sfttte -governments, whom the governor or
Secretary" ef State thereof may certify to be ne
cessary to"1 the same; alt persons engaged in die
construction of ships, gunboats, engines, sails,
or otfier articles necessary to the public deface
nndef the direction of the Secretary of the Navy;
altiiuperintendenis, managers, mechanics, and
miners jjmployed in the production and manu
facture of salt, to the extent ot twenty bushels
psr day, and- of lead and iron, and all persoo
engaged in tasking charcoal for mahing"j&g aad
wirnn.no to rinibrsca laborers.' mseafr,
wagoners; and servants, Unless empteyid at
works conducted under tbe authority sad oy we
nffiprs nr arrent of a State. OT Ifl VOfka aUl-
jloved in the nroductibn of iron foThe tfliwdX
eratO' tola tcs.
rr, ma pSUati fnr nverv five huadred-bdasi
J 0f cattlofor every two bundred and- Sty "bWua
r ttf ftWV imrt nrta Khenberd for evATV B ban-
Ar A twailviF Ken. ol 'BiicLf fjer8ons ae 'aro ettr
CSEod exclusively In rawing stodfc, pmvldef
tliem is no, white male adult not aahio to ao
miiiUryuty engaged with sueh, person hi rak
ing said 3iQcij.
OVERSECRS ON PLASTATIOSS.
To secure tbe proper police ot tbe country,
ona person either as a root, aWaar or overs eerJ
6a each ebiBtetTAR oatHoBe.whitABerseu is
required to be fcegt bjWarmws.ox ajdiBaOcss of
amy, fita', . ana on waicu mefa i31Cyne me
adult not liable to do military"lRlfV.and in
Stapes having no such law, enefrSfR.sB igtat.
owner orovetseef, ot eaen pianfaua ot treaty
negroes, and aa which there is no, white male
adu-not liable to military- service, aad, urthet
mqre, foradditiooal police for every, -twenty
neraiOMtwo aaara ttlanttinoa wiffcin fiv
I mites et eah atber, ad eaeh baaiag less' ibaa
twenty negrossi and on -wracn taere is no wnius
male adutt not liable tojmfntary. duty one per
son, being tae puost o toe owners ur ofeaaeecs
on such ptontations.
SPECL4L PXEMInOKS. ',
Also, a ractt&ent raised nndeir a& ftv su.
ritoritvjf tilft j&ete ef Texa fbr the fmtfier dar
tense ,nuw m a servio-; and sueh Other p.-r-sous
an the Ef asMaat shall be satisfied on ac
count af justice, equity or noiMieiy ought to be
exempted, are hereby exempted, from. inHititiy
service i thm armies of the Crjafeaerafe States ,
provided fot the exnrptions hreta above eiiu
merated shaUily continue wbilaC the persons
exempted are' actauily cugaged in their !
tive purstflts or ojgations.
3. That the ae&ratitled "an act to exempt
certain pesous frein enrorhsent- fox service in
the snna of the. Confederate States,'' approved
21st April,. IHiii, is hereby repealed..
The Oaaipoign in' the Baat
Ftoua tha Kidnaood Enqairar, 6Ul.)
'fSe QttbKe hava beea ontertaioed far so
days with rumors from various quarters of a
constantly impending fight beyond Wtacheetat.
We think the rumor has sever had aay good
Frpm tha mast a oo urate iaformatiae we have
beea able gather, MeCivllau eviBftas no da
sire for another: eogagcmeirt with our army.
H certainly dees not seek one. When we left
Maryland -he followed ns to the Potomac, He
cthows no disposition to follow as further. His
policy seems te contemplate nothing farther in
that quarter than to hold the Hue of the Poto
mac and ef tlie Bsithnare and Ohio railroad.
McCleiiau's programme of intended opera
tions is yet to be developed. Oa the Potomac
he sUnds. oh the depsiye. Some think he
warts there to aacrintalate taotfl troops before at
tempting that VaBey road along Which Bank
and Fremont successively advanced aad fled
Others suppose his qwefceaaa or the Potomac
is f ir the purpose of eldisjr Lsa there while an
expedition Is being thted oat lo-f& upon Rich
lnoad with srtdd( shoefc.
Tbe Northern pap rs eneeurggatfae idea that
an expeditien is being prepared, though they do
not ladfeate th's point against which it is io be
directed. "An important movement'' is in con.
teutplation, they teti their peeple ; and they en-courage-
them to expeet Jiandeome resulte.
McCkllan, in our opinion, is siok of Rich'
aaond So ought Lincoln, to be- A movement
by Manawfs, a graud movement l)y the Penin
sula, a movement hy way of thYaltey, and
another attempt by -way of Manassas, have
proved so many failures; disastrous, disgrace
ful failures. The Yankees have snag their tune
of "On to Richmond!" by "every road that
leads to it except one Will they try that one
new? Having attempted us from the West,
and North, and East, will they try the South
side T Shall they, in their extremity, attempts
road which ia this day of confidence they con
sider ineligible? So long as they had a ehoice
ef all, the Seuthside way of approach was re
jected ; and not without good reason. If they
hot? attempt that, it will not be an act of judg
m lit, but experiment, undertaken iu desnera
tioa, aud against judgment And yet if the
suspect od expedition, which McClettaak new
supposed to be making, is intended for Rich
mo&dt all, the indications point to tbe south
M.Jamesrfv6r as tbe theater of the new
Lincoln would probably be wiH'mg ta givehis
two eyes for Richmond. Bat thaaap af bis aad
MtClellan's hitmiuatkm -would seem to b. al
ready full, without tbe cMsgrjcBof u new feilure,
whiah they weuhi be certain to reap as the re
ward of a new attempt to capture this city.
For ourselves, we should not be at all sur
prised if the enemy were lookiag to another
quartec They may hope that the capture of
Ufiarleaton or bavannan would wwaoat to atmte
extent tbeahme of defeat at Rtchmoad.
As ti our own army, conjectures is equally
vague concerning L&e's progiamrae for the fu
ture. It has yet to be developed. Of thaeanses
of his present poaiUon anxiattitude, it would
not yet be proper to speak, because they might
give some light to the enemy . Nothing remains
but to trust our generals. This is net hard to
do. Besides, if his plans were so transparent
that we could see through them, so could tlie
enemy. Lei.ua ns watch aud wait.
IXopitnl Iteport of C. K. merahnU,
Oovaiaor J. J Fetttu, Kxteative Cbaaiber, Jaekma,
StR : The following exhibit will shew a gea-eral-jtatometit
of leceipta kand expenditates at
tbe Riebmond and Lynchburg depots, for Mis
sissippi ao Idlers, aad also hospital -exaaatas f rt
siok aad wounded of our State : We ase at
R'chmorid, chiefly for our hospital oooeeitias,
two Confederate establishments tbe Bailey
Faetory aud the Wyader Camp. Beth are
under Mississippi surgeons, aad we are ttyittg
to make them tha general resort for atw anftor
But, in4he confusion, after a battle, it Is quite
impossible to assort the wounded of each regi
ment and aseigu them to institution uadr the
special patronage of their several States. Hence,
att Jr tho great battle before Richmond, eur fel
low citiaans were scattered into almost every
place about the city. Many ol them were gen
erously taKcii to private tamHiea. All were
cared fur to. the full extent of tbe capacity of
the city and ability of tbe. people; and the
world never witnessed greater zeal, tenderness
and devotion to suffering humanity, than was
evineetl bv the nenuIaGH of Riahnwmd. And
the goott women of that city displayed a forti
tude, perseverance and kinduess that have laid t
tbe ta m toes ot the whole Confederacy under the
must lasting obligations of gratitude fer their
attention to the loved and suffering inmates of
its thousand homes.
Our offices are the general rendezvous ef our
needy and sick. There will be found the cloth
ing, baggage, valuables, fixtures, etc., etc, of
nearly all our men i Virginia, laere wa attend
ti their wants.; sick leaves; furjowrbs; dis
charges; collect monies due on descriptive hste;
obtain passports ; transportation; await calls
from tbe sick or .dying, where our meu need
aiientiou ; collect tbe dues of deceased, soldiers :
answer letters ; indeed, time would Ml me to tell
tire constant and diversified labors performed,
requiring sometimes three and feuraetivo men
to attend to tne business. And it is wttn great
pietsure I record the useful, unwearied attention
of TJf. VV. W. Divine .0 the thousand wants of
our men, who, without his assistance, whether I
am present or absent, would often be-compelled
w enaure many privations ana annoyances, uat
ofHee relieves the great mass of Mississippi offi
cers and privates, of tbe tormenting auBojaBOBS
of circumlocution and red tape.
We are anxious that ail our citizens should
understand our operations, and avail themselves
of oar uncharged services for anything required
eonnacted with the army.
My private attrirs at Vicksburg have been so
comtnetoly crushed by fbe fortunes of war, that
it will be utterly impossible, after: one year's en
tire devotion to the. care of our army abroad,
to give all my time, for the next ensuing six
months so unreservedly, unless great emergen
cies arise. But I expect to spend the ehief part
of my time with tho Mississippi army in Vir
ginia, and mean, God willing, to go with them
toAVaBhingtOtt city, Harrisburg and Pmtedei
shin, and Jtope to read Mississippi news atmid
lightitt tha light ot those buroiBg cities.-
Aty vouchers have beea'fHed with Quarter
master General A M. Wejf, and have been ap-
jiroved. . ' . -Respectfully jjenrs
Ja4fjlaoe of safe deplie -a: tKjMfeaissippir
"de'shoi fr eirtra baggage. . IWs near, the Speita-
. fThe Riebmond Bnqitfr, of Ife Bib, say
thajfiho aSvea engiues aud-a number of cars
wUhkWhreh the enomy had slocked the. Orange
aud Alexandria railroad, tptd whieh pe lately
captured at WarfBntoji! LaTe not besju. re-cap
tured, as statsa by a. so temporary. Taoy were-
brbught across the Rappahannock; atd are safe
gn this side.
XJIK VTAJl IK ItKTJ70K.Y.
MdMcr ami Cr! tieuiUkc f the i
-1 Ktittslc MepnbHran- JSrT"-
TnujiwvLK. ftatebar ? -Severtil-aarsicns aft
tha glfemialiibf near mrrKanaabave aire-vly
beea miWieM, but the facts totiow-j, aa
detulad bv au eve-wiloese :
Tlie yuraaiahiJte eumaiesced. wo miies tMs
side of Batdstdfrb, on 88inrdy aftarnccai. at one
o'oleck, aad eorKiMd tip reittr o'elock. Xare
uemeae'aMe were wouuaaa. ana man rii
ftoidiers wouadad. and twolve or fourteen take
prieooaig. with Major Ebiak Watts, wt Calami
j-Board's Kentocky oavalrr.
I As our torces a ivaneed, tb rebels retreated to
kBardstowa. l'he Federals advaaeed krto BsfoV
tawa with- oae caotpaay af eavairy aiad two
OMR on before which the rebek rt-treated 00 ta
road leading to Lexington Shells ware torowa
after taest, qduch qaickeneu their pace to a
-, a occurred at aardtowa. HH
. . iaWr aJ
eueoij uou oeiore our a lvaaciiijj army mi r
On Sariday, Gaaera! RnwiiBaii ' advance c?. se
ll p with the aaemy at Ry's Mill, twelve mii'-s
beyond Bardstowia, oa the Leoaaetoa turaaike
Our forces lapWM fiftjen rebeis, and killed tr.d
wamded savttnM The reliel fbrces wre ta;
retfeating, a4aar1bres hotly pursuing-, at last
TLfottdiTisianaof oar army arrived atLebaaoa
last evening. Lebanon 'u twenty -seven miles
Ciuaeas of BarMown estimate the rebal force
reoeuily in that vicinity at from thirty to tafrcy
five theuaaad. They presseJ-sJl the wagons
abrfut Bardatowa into the sferrice, and carried
away aearly all their siek, of whom there were
a great uumbec -
Umrat Uaraee was the hat rebel ecmmandr
iag ameer to leave Bardstewn. ' ' Geseral Har
den is said to be qwto UK,
im 4.tnmg xVmo gives tao miowicg aocoaat
of Teceut affiirs at Frankibrt:
On Saturday last, Gnafal BraaaT aad f&t
"Humphrey Manball regailed thaqmintves aad the
cetamuBtty at i-raaaTers-'mta speeca apiee,
and then preeeeded to taaagHfato Dick Hxwes. 1
of Paris, as governor, of Ketaky. TWeir
speeches were ia keeping with Ibou- coarse. ad
lor the purpeee of stirring up the couunonity ia
aid ef the rebellion. After thrr had delivered
tbefBselveg, the rebel forces per located the aiyft-
piece in tho burniag i tha raUroad aratge. Tw
aeeoaiplisbed the rebel in&atry toni affm tmt
direction of Lexiugtoe, A pottioa cf 5Jctt'i
eavairy rmaaiad. aad caWbrated the SabUati
by ratting a 'in ieetr y)n the bridge ooanacpng:
five o'eloek oa Suadar aftexaooa, aad. tae irfaw? articl a pop the X ttb, the
aaee morn was rcae from cecal rate,
Tbe rebebr took all the naoer in tha eaSaa. af 1
tae mate printer, tagetaec witn toe inr on oaag.
.. . . . .. -. . . .- - , r
and such otner things as toy wfsaeq. ray
succeeded but poorly iu g ttiug letwaita at
Fraaktort, er iu FraakHu county. Hot bm
than fifty men j xaed tbeni.
Maekha, the old man whose ham are acaaasc
was made to supply the reb&ia with maav for
whicn they paid him geaerciaily m Uoaueeataat)
scrip, fie m a rebel r aad" Bhoald not okjeet
Messrs. Bardetyw aad JAsan were arrested tate
times fer refasinrr to take Confederate- serrtr fat
The rebels helped thomoBlvea to alt the jeaar,
lingeys, aad cotton goeda at-the maamrig
estobfisfament ef Juba Wataea. Tber atsn
helped themeeivea-gaaafaaty to saeh artMea as
tbey needed, but ahvaya aaid iu setip. The
aseals dottbttess stote Me State paper to criuas
the senp with which to pay for tb goc ds and
Pcovisiana, except floac aad eoca meaL are
very scarce aad high al Fraakfou
we uoaeratand mat a natrtoer of leading se
oeasiebists, whose sympaUlies are with the re
bellion, have beea patrenived by the maat fovatea
so liberally that tbey can ecnut tkew aenp by
the thousaads, got m esehaaiaa far their goads
dunng ta stay ot tae rebela m their
Oenrvi'pcmifenou ef the Ciattaaati BaaiitlaiJ
LovtsvitXR, Oelober 6 9taee the Terooval
of tbe army of the Obio from thia piece, Leuis
ville has reeumed much at itx woated quirt. A
great arber ef shoulder straps are to be
mat on the streeto, leading oae to seput that
a eorreancndinely 12-reat nrab -r of trooc must
be in the iinmediaCs yiebriiyj bough th balk vf
the army has undoubtedly gone: toe ftostls are
yet filled to their atraost capacity ' with eiRzeun
aad saidier gaeats aad for thirty-six hears pass,
Gaaarai- Bae-tl's immanse train at wafons, waicb
it was at one time feared bad mitm into the
bands of the enemy, has bean dragging its slow
path along through the town ; aotwithaUadiirg,
Louisville looks comparatively dull.
THB K RORG AX 1 7. VTiON OF THE A"1V,
Your readers have already been advised that
the army ot tita Ohm, maee its return ta or
rather coaeeatiation at tins Mint, has bean ro-
orgaaized into three corps. So matty cOafHeting-
statements have been made ralatrve te the exact
nature of this reorganization, that it aeoms to be
a matter of some uncertainty who owr corps
commanders ace. Your wtoilijrant aariaapaii
daut, "Ambar," in a recent lettor, stated that
General Bueli was to remain ia this eity, while
the fOTceg ia the field were to be mater the im
meeiate control of Geaaral Taornas. This ia
evidently ad error, as BaeB moved to the front
some days ago, aad is bow noting as eammaad-er-ki-cbief
in the field. Other statements rep
resented that the three grand dlviskwn of the
army were to be commaadait by Generals Grit-
taaden, JHcCook and Thomas, wlule stul eibeta
assured us that the thhxl corps was to be led by
I think I b&vsamyed at, the trath with rawrd
to this matter. Boell mow's the pity) is still.
commauder-m-chief The three corps are re
spectively in eharge et Qaaeral McCook, Crit-
U 11 den and wtibart, while ueaerat trmmoo is
held as a sort of reserve laader. His positioa is
similar to that of G neral Grant at Ceriatlu la
the event of the- death aaaenee (f. win not say
inability to aat,).f Gaaarai BuelL he will su
caetl to the commaud-ia-hiaf just as Grant did
at Corinth 00 the return to St Lows of Qaaeral
It Is not elaa- that by thas arraagaamiit ear
armies and the Union cause would gain maeh
by tbe absence, temporary er permaoet, ot ueu-
eral Ruell. Eves the enemies of tbe Bresant
wommander-in-chief I mean those who da sot
think him tq ia) to the emerreacy are sot pre
pared to si that General Thomas is the ataa
into whose bauds the scentar of power shaald
fall. Au admit him to be a good gaaacat, wttc
a heBiTt in the war, bat h-trdly the man to as
sume the supreme cOHtrol of so large a body of
men as now oustitate. tha magaitaaat army ot
the Obio. Indeed, it weuhi be difficult to say
who that mhu is. Bantfffte would probably
awaken the most enthusiasm, and insftrf our
treous with the greatest amount of eoaihdeaaa;
and Hooker would give entire satisfoetion, and
wuh sueh a splendid and powerful army as anu
of the Okie under his coafeVH wonkl saa drive
the rebeJH beyaad the limns ef Kentucky, and
deal the rebellion blows from which it would
not speedily recover.- Bat as .ve eaanot have
either Baraaide or Hoakar, parlatpe is well
enough that Buell should remain wnetekefe
He is net the mau-ef sty pat ia the.
army of the" Obi I ooukl n&mwa a oompetoat
man as his successor.
THE LATteT FROM TJtB KROST
The telegrapa will have advised you, are that,
that the advance af" our femes entered tbe ptaee
at ten o'clock th same meriftmg. Coaaiderabfe
skirinisbiaGr oeeurred in the yieinity, but with
prodwaaganyimperlaatrasitite. Tbe rbfMs,sBte' '"et rblrn from
removed all their stores aaavirains, aad it iasalal
intend to make a stand a law mites furtaec
altwit; bat this- is not urebable If they have
not already selected their ;its d'apyu andJ
oonsnnQteu tne necessary w-lensive warta
net likely they wilt Had time to do- so
When they commesce to fall back, it is pretty
sate u say nat they nave enneluaed toaaaaaaa
Keatuaky, and any resteta&ce they may ntau
to eur advasee wtlloaly Be tfe water the mika
rbedy of their foreas, wmlv they beat a'safe and 1
kuftaty retreat. A aiifc energy pow ie all that is
wanted oa our pan to etear th Stata ot na eee
rsfes asd uttorty roato and deiaerftt'u the rebei
barmias. Ihat energy, I am happy to say, fJea-
aral BaQ now givtn some promise of exbibittng.
If he dors not let Bragg had Ktrby Smith siip
tbroagh his fin gars, no one. will more cheerfally
fvo bu credit taan I; but I am constrained to
my that "t-a3 nat think a decisive engagement
wiK ()raue, a&d tmt the- enemy will manage ta
erfeel-aa escape witSont suffering any maaxial
loss.- We have intelligence bore, direct freai
Frankfort, that a large rebel force is concentrated
at a jdace called Rough and Rialy. some tea ot
fiftt;i soath of the S'ate ciaitol and -,
battle '.votki ha ariv -' ar n sin: tk- - 5
betweu tual pjcettl Sbeoo'-rd-v0e; ba" t! .
reran. I i':iy le. Is to lu r!a'3-"d upon -' '
A'lb-afore i:iuTh-d. tlie oW f-
is that th'y v.-il! n.t eiva jutti. all. K:
H jtitti1 nrrnx ij-gaid tob-1 :r;v th jH 'no ?'r.
f From what I knew or his e -mjiauu, I do
toiiik tmPfiatumBd much !o-- n 1 1 1
OBKESAL BSJUM; AT LLii 1Xi.."""
Advices from Lebanon r-oresent G-r -:'.
gg aad Baeaaer at that piaci
Bragg beet tesued another uriJI ,
tnatiniBY. for wai&a be v cmrnt ao manai.
premisiag to drive thewYH'jks a' taatabe Oi
river aqgi forever r ki the- .S;i' o: tae Mfiirg
aud lainto&a f Liaenlu. 1 1 - iasc-'' of yy-
jsiiabla inteiitgtnce from t:: r.ti, :t
reutlv reporteu iaat Waibiottn nafi oef.
tnr-'d. MeCMUrl killed, and toe Prt -len-
hi cabiaet driraav to Phikdel phia. w.'. . .
wall Jiii: in hot pursui: boe!!
iaformed the Pr-eW -a;
oat witadaaaXaia earai w ration prr, -ai-
tioa, he aad the army of the On; wou. i g j
over to the Soath. By each whistbnr i . :as
rebeL keep tair courage np
The Vwrnhut iaab-Ba nanripa.
ftam. tee )iew f 'U Byr )
We piaet on eur Srt pg 'o-day a tnnita
i extracts ttaax ne leadinp- B iii-.h jot-
ne Itridin? o'n;-.i jovrnais.
eocurfraff m advaice'' the Pn-snout'
urodamaitMi. Tha Dubhe will ree Dram ti"
otteraaces how wefnliy rbe RepabtwsT!' .t
abolitinn piewitd p-ditiiians her have m' -takes
the effsct af that m-aouTa oa the Eaxop-A
miud. l-SKd-af "helping aa, it has daa.e-' ,
aad probabiy ami eooiinue to aavnage. oa
iaaamuchas war uow represenieo '
Am T1s) r.i abetit emvyrn -jb the war ..r-
revene. and leHkrqr loose all tbe wont or xmi
aaaaKBM, i unreatrauiad rapine, rasnaer,
Upoa taw oate.y against u, aa " aavagra'' i 1
iwt'gators '.'f "Cawiipore'" masaaaMi Axsr
ea we may uovrxp(rt ro tos-iootuii :t
pmtexts lor sdiaoa,uttorvenfiMea,rait.
etc. Paahahiy tho Dly porwn sK ta Eue
popamttaa that will 'tmpcte to kbe Pim- '
watthier moiVs for su:rg the piMama . !
fR saaia a at nxtrun, rs that represent- !
the J,eand Memiag Startkif lab
rose, tttaradiut and th; hbrrabi bat -
lalkuliig sea, we radicals and (he liber.-! an
aa (fee grveaafoa; elassfv th- ir innu.nce we
tear, wiH toil ha-Utile iu tae scale agaias. us
AAmarcaa ad lovers "f our couetzy, m
tmay add, that it maUts oi.i blood boil w.-u
iBS:Tnanen tn reao tne i: - us, Mm -
'' - auk 1 1 tiJt Dtlin B-V ,f B L
aad tha Uaion. with which ir-
ladvg Kitiab joxrraiaa are now-teemta 1 .
who can repress, ai tbe same tuaa, th ar.
cLoly reftaetjaaa' that, but fcr the deaTs:i
nrleiawi af bad men at home sew" i- a
ateath, an abo UtkmiataXortt ahaae mws w. A
t nta wwuld never dare to have aeon iaigid '.
Ti appeaee the BagKah 'Exeter Ball) amon
woif, w have aeau too la eueaa to t&rw ana
the uajNancipaisa' bona; but who doea )t
already that, fcmtoad of driving him away from
the daor, he wiB bat come nearer aad aartr o
as aaw, with, g towing eyes and gaaiae mouth,
to devour us, if ha eau induce etaer (Freach;
warns to eome and help '
Thlctr-SeveaiHk Jtiwafaaiaial - Kf giatenl.
List af Casaltos of the 37 ih isgiMeat of M"a-
Moeiwai- vohtrrteors, in the fizht litar Corinth :
-BUM and Stiff ftfR-vn -WiKivid - Ct.V '
lUtL MtLliia, righ te? sliot eft
Coropaay A, Captain Patton. Woande: .
4 Lieutenant W. P. Erana, siihuy in the arm :
Sere't J, S Jackson , Private W C. Crc.ier,
Aaroa HerKleraoa, John D. ujiaa, Joseph W-ils.
Misaisg : L eutei.aot J W i ily, Crp jra. K.
Laeacbmat:, V- Hi-nd-rsou, r.iviMes H ilC'ar
ty.P.N H .rtoii.
Ceiaanny B. Captain Vir Killed : Privite
John F Haod, Root Kern. Wota'ld : C .r
poralW. Sim-Djby : P.-.vavs M. H. Can.
J.-Bms, Sidney A 11 't?zc Miag sr-d sK.
poaad to be captured : L'.- utenant N W.CVw,
Privata Qaarge Byroa, G-rjra Marion, W ?.
Murphy, Cdtamba Marton.
Company C, CapUi 1 T-.ra'! Killed - LsaV
tonant T. M. Terra! : P.-ivau N M. Joaaa.
Wcuuded: LieatoaactC C Heidelberg; Pri
vates F. Murah, A. T. Mdnniy J. Hyaaa.
Miawing. Privates B. W. Dav.s, JX. B. Modj,
Company D, Cac'ain Turner Sergeant W.
il. Seiby. Corpora Norman Gmac. Pnv'a
Jun-s R bvftjun, E S Johnson. Wou'ide.: :
ti Sargwaai E. A iyerly, Corpantl Jaaa
Green. Privstos Orenburg Kieg, Waymaa
Xicholas. J A. Crawford. rrn.ftaUyr Darius M.
Saaith, Shapherdrring, H. $ We-.k, 1 O
Giaaa, William Heodnon, li C. Duehua,
Jaawe Foster, J. O Arehy. Xiaaiag: Private
Elieha Scawb-jToagh, D V. Ragn, R. T Clark.
CaraortilS J Cmbaugb, Prirataa J. P. Iaoay
Sandy Cook, J R. Eaeil.
Company E, LVntoaaut Hayes Kii'c :
Prrvate J W. Crma, M McCarry. W.,ua 'ju :
Privates C E. Byaaa, Wa Freaob. Wm. H.;
hum, T. J. Wowhard. Miaaing : Ccr r
Bishop, Privata J. C Jenkins
Company i , L eataaaut X U. Lu.
1st Sergeant A. McUaaig, color bearer, J
SumraU. WoBJMMd : fiiTates J. U. Xcn
Company G, Captain Ru-hardacn. K-11U :
Privates F M. Jemincn, T. P. Wadgworth.
Wounded : Lwoteaant C McAdary. f -J'-'V -"
S. May field, Pnvatcj H. a Kuiht, E. B -.t-tle.
Company II, Captain Loper Killed : H. C.
Rabte. Wounded: CantarB R F. Lnpcr, se
verely, both thigh. Lieutenant Esghafa, arm
broken. Sergeant T F. Bender, sbghtly. Ser
geant B A. jyter, 8ergaaat C. C. Alexander,
Uarporal John SHaautna, fTrrvales i. t wtk.
T. B Davis, W. D Helntosh. J. D 3trimr".
B D. Alexander. W T. Booth. Seaborne K-ib-
intaB, A. J. HobiagsworU, J. U McCail. Cip-
tajed: Lieuteoant W W. Haro, Privates A.
J. BtoHkwell, J. H. Oliver, J. A. ChapaaAa. J
Oamnany L Captain AaJraws Killed : Cap
tain W. P. Aadutra, Privata J. D. KLig.
Weanded: Lientoaant C H McLemore. mor
tally; PriTat-s J. R MiaU. G W. Brown, Wra
S Stephaaa. Hamr&r Privates T M. Dsuia!,
G. K Toekw J H IHstt
Company K. Csfrtaia DB'sbr Killed: Cap
tsin A. F. Dtntaler. LieutMiant E. C Mu-ger.
Woundad: 3d S-rg-ant P. G Cx. 4 Ser
geant X T H LfT'itsev. Pr'VA'-s J Sf James,
Willis 31, S,ith, Jas. A. Wai-r. W. P. Dake.
Mfcaiag: Private li. C A'oary.
EblTORS Il-5lS.'lPl'M, : AixVS JOU will
find a tht of tbe killed and nvunded cf th 37th
Mississippi rgHnnt. Fid(! tha abjvo. forty
aevou men are missing, many ef whom are supposed-
to be killed wect uto tb action
with two hurdred and soven uaeu, and came oat
with only eighty.'
O ir reg:mcut lost in the I u-ka fight seveasy
eigbt kri.-J, wnsndsd aad muiaiag, and was
much reduced by fttf' march ; sicknt, aad
want ef food aad water, betera we reacbad
Coriatu. O. S iiOUwaND.
Lieut-CL Comd'g 37 -u liisx Keirt ,
4th Bngade, rwlDH-bimi, Ar uy of the West
BaaataARTM nt KaaiMtnT Vim. vol.. , '
Ho4.r srawaa Otu wr in, isat. ' '
, EofTORS, AeBAL : Having seaa au iacor
!ret yk of the aAMMttks in this r agios ant in tha
MHerant aomp&aies having been raceiveu, it u
Vij(wiirded for tbe beneiit 01 tho many reiativea
aud txteadav who are readers of year journal :
Company A Killed : Private W. P Carpan-
kter. Wound! : Caatoin U 14. 1 ry, eughtly -,
t'PriTate S C MvKenau, perieuaiy; Priv.e P.
C. Dibard, siig.tl.
C- npny B- KilW : Private JamM ikrai
for 3 W undel : Privates J. R. Bastoa, aarere-
jy. V. II Phner, sever .'!y; J. Andrew ee-
Comaaajr,- D Wounded: Privates C. J.
R iid. severely ; G W. Wharlioy, ilightly.
Comptey I WouTiio. Pr.caJ. T. Car
ter, glightb : W A C-i-m-i-i. s.-ntly; Ord!y
Serr aut J McGoero.
C.uipay K K '. . . i'n
, Pyr.n, J H Jl.i.-'.i v
J X PittmAii, ; .-.:'- P
Ceaapany G Wounded :
- C. Fox, R.
,M - R. H. Pit
Captain R. H,
Killed, "; Wounded 14: Total 19
J A. Bis ford, Jr., A'm'as;
!J F .1
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