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SUNDAY HORNING," JUNE 8,1802.
Her. Mr. IlEKimicK will preach in the
Collage Church this Sunday evening, at
Wo nte aaiu placed nndcr obligations
to Messrs.. IIaiims & Hocon for Ihe latest
Louisville, Cincinnati and New York
We lcrn that the Kailroad Bridge will
be completed on Tuesday next, and that
the carg will commence running over
reguarly on the following day.
1 , he proceedings of the Uni6n Meeting
t Shelby ville, will appear in our issue
of Tuesday, it having arrived too late
for this morning's issue.
We beg to call attention to Meters.
Lamb & McnriiBY's advertisements of
Millinery Gooda, Boots and Shoes, ect.
We recommend them to the public as re
liable dealers and clever gentlemen.
Tiieatue. Rhcridau Koowles' histori
eal play of Wm. Tell or tho Hro of
Swilr.flrlanrl will H 4I :
j -- -- -o r
j Monday night. Mr. Claude Hamilton
no irjiiiam icil. 1 iehce as IDC Ay rani
Qesler. Mrs. Behnard as Albert. A
danco by Miss Conhtantine, and the
whole to concludo with Shakspearo's
Comedy of Katherine and Tetruchio or
Tim! niy 4 Vi a Slli pa nr 5 ! to a a rnrM i xrar
K (fiih such marked favor on its first rep-
IrcRentation. This bill ought to ensure a
a fall house.
, ,7 m
Arrent for Smuggling:.
Some days ago a Mr. Morris Lvskt
got a permit from Trovost Marshal, Col.
Matthews, to take $500 worth of Dry
Goods to DeKalb county on taking the
til oath and giving bond. His teams were
so heavily loaded that it excited the eus-
'J picions of the picket, who overhauled the
M load and found double the quantity of
mi goods for which the permit was granted,
w togetfter with a considerable quantity of
j drugs, amounting perhaps to $800 or more.
o( The contraband dealer will suffer for his
Tefinecae Alois Wanted In Kx
(den,, rhanira for Ullllnery J noils ttt
"X sut0 Kanl - - 65
cbt l'lanteis' and Union 74
4ii Lamb & Murphey hove just received
O - r i. Ii rm : l T i Tf.u
bons, Uuchcs, Laces, Flowers, Childrens,
Misses. And Larlipa Uata. Enrrlish Snlit.
j Cohurg and Tulip Braid Bonnets, besides
a general assortment or Jmuincry uooaa,
which they offer to the trade at a small
advance, taking Tennessee funds at the
liberal terms mentioned. We would ad
vise the Milliners and Merchants to give
LJ them an early call. Thoy keep at No.
10, Public Square Calhoun's Old Store.
Jane 8. lw
IIrad( iiarirm litttrlrt oftlicOlito. ,
NAM1Y1U.K, May 7, lMli. I
Col. Stanlky Mathews, JWavJ Marshal,
Colonel: The General Commanding
), I has been reliably informed that certain
13 1 houses in this city which have been tak
en possession of by the Military author
ities, aro now occupied by ofliccrs who
were not authorized to 60 occupy them
ou by competent authority.
Pj, He directs me to call your attention to
'x lo fact, and instructs you to take the
"Y Decessary steps to cause the houses to bo
lUM vacated at once.
ffl Officers performing Stalf duties in the
city, Surgeons in charge of Hospitals, and
the ofllcers of the l'rovost Guard are
alone allowed to live in quarters. Sur
geons of Hospitals must live in their
Hospitals or in their immediate vicinity.
Ofliccrs of the Provost Guard, except tho
t l'rovost Marshal, must nave ineir quarters
J fj iu the building occupied by tho l'rovost
f You will at once report all violations
' of these instructions to these llead-Quar-
tV Authority to occupy houses possessed
in tho natno of ayd for the United States
"ja will in future issue from these Head
k . Quarters only.
IP 1 am sir, very respectfully, &c,
i (Signed) O. 1. EVv'EN, A. A. G.
police t lletallera ufKpirtt.
llKADyl AUI KK riloVOHT t.tAKU, )
NL.M1V1I.I 1 KNN., June H. biil
Notice is hereby given to all persons
, interested, that the retail of ardent spir
oio ther intoxicating drinks, is strict
r.'y prohibited, and tJiat henceforth, this
(prohibition will be rigidly and impar
I tialy enforced.
1 . . . .i . .i ...:n l...
Ollenuers agaum uus ormr win
summarily punished by line and impris
onment. By command of Brig. (Jen. K. Dumont.
Col. and l'rovost Marshal.
.me H.-at. .
Death of Vobdk Henry Clay.
Another victim to disease contracted
in this unnatural war is announced this
morning under our obituary head. IIen
t.tClat, the grandson of him who was
more beloved in this country than any
man except Georqk Washington, and
the son of him who gave up his life on
the field of Burn a Vista in maintaining
the honor of his country, died yesterday
of typhoid fever contracted in the camp,
where he had served with distinguished
real and gallantry as an aide to General
H. W. Johnson, In putting down the in
surrection, which bold, bad men, under
the guise of patriotism, haw forced upon
a portion of the American people. With
all the noble impulses of his immediate
progenitors, and deeply imbued with that
patriotic devotion to the Union which
was their distinguishing characteristic,
he drew his maiden sword when the
efTort was first made oforce Kentucky
into the secession ranks. Disdaining the
circean lures and uninflueuced by the
Specious sophistries which were thrown
around him to dazzle his judgment, he
saw clearly the path of duty, and, with
II the vigor of hi young and ardent
soul, he entered upon its performance.
His was not a soldier's death upon the
battle-field, but his epitaph will be as
proud a one as if he had died beneath
the folds of his country's flag and amid
the shock of arms. When the sad tidings
carao from the far off plains of Buena
Vista that told the fate of a beloved son,
the Sage of Ashland was alive to hear
tho intelligence and receive the sympa
thies of sorrowing friends, while the
knowledge that his child had died the
death of a patriot brought consolation to
his aged heart. In the far off "undis
covered country," where he now learns of
the death of his grandson, a martyr to
the holiest cause in which man has ever
drawn a sword, how will his spirit cling
to tlie golden memory that another of his
descendants has vindicated the honor of
his nation at the expenso of his life.
Glorious grandsire, chivalric son and
gallant grandchild, how fitted to bear the
same name and that the name of Henry
Clay! Let us thank God that amid
treachery and deceit and madness there
has been no speck upon that loved name,
and that Kentucky and tho world can
still speak it with pride and reverence.
We have received several numbers of a
little sheet, called the Seventh Brigade
Journal, printed at Columbia by the prin
ter soldiers of tho Wisconsin and Penn
sylvania Itcgiments of tho Seventh Bri
gade in that town. It is well gotten up,
and shows that these boys know how to
use all sorts of "shooting-sticks.." Wo
copy pome interesting items from its
Several days previous to the meeting
held hereon Monday, the "grap-vine"
line did a heavy business. Despatches
wero sent out all through the country,
from tho office in Columbia, warning tho
people not to come in to the meeting, as
the "Federals" had a trap set for them.
It was tho intention of tho Yankees to
let them come into the town with
out a pass, and not to allow one to pass
out until he had taken tho oath of alle
giance. And, besides, they had received
information to the effect that there would
be an attack on the town during that
day by their men.
The telegraph wiro between here and
l'ulaski has been cut three or four times
within tho past threo days. It was pro
bably done by some of the secesli inhab
itants on the line. These despicable
wire-cutters and bridge-burners should
be punished without mercy.
Our pickets out cn the Pulaski dirt
road were lired upon, and driven in, on
Sunday night last. The pickets, caval
ry men, were out about four miles from
town, and they heard tho horses as they
came up, and heard tho command of the
enemy given to halt. A minute after
four men came up on foot and lired on
our men, when they came in and gave
the alarm. A force was sent out there,
but nothing was seen.
Senator Bayard, of this Stale, has for
some time been suspected of sympathis
ing strongly with the rebel party. In a
speech the other day he made this con
fession, which is a notable one for one of
In the State of Delaware I admit that
slavery does not exist as a valuable source
of property. I admit unhesitatingly that
if to-morrow we could substitute for the
negro population of Delaware, slave and
free, the eaiue number of white men, or
half the same number of white men, and
get rid of the inferior race, our wealth
would be quadrupled.
Gen. lioYLK, the new Military Com
mandant in Kentucky, is making the
Secessionist there boil with fruitless
ra;e. Let him make their boils as thick
a 4 J nii's.
From h H. Y. Evening Post, (RepuMlrsn.) 31st.
Conversation with Uebel O nicer
The i:rrora of the Itebel General
Frank Adiuilon Concerning the
From to Oi rj?loi)l CorrospcijdciBt.
UfAnwuRTWu 44th N. T. S. V.,
New llriogp, v a . (id tIc.IuIIj of Richmond,
May Kl, 1802.
I purpose lo place bfor the readers of
the L'ecniny rot jorao further detail of the
conversation which look placo between the
ofllcers who were tnkn prioonTS of war by
onr fores In purpult of the enemy from
Yorktown, and tho writer of this cotumunl
cation part of which conversation appeared
in your columns of the 17th Innr.
It wm my Intention lo carry out this pur
pone before our regiment agnio joined the
advance, but other duties prevented. As the
army is now res'Ing for the night In bivouac,
from a long and oppressively warm and f ul
try march. I desire that other purls cf this
couveisation miy also hav a historic record.
Ilur-ES AM) KRKORS OF THE REUbLR.
Q. "What hopes did your people enter
tiiu that Induced them to hazard such a dar
ing and high banded rebellion ?''
A "We supposed ttmt the conservative
parties of the North, both Whig and Demo.
Craiio. would sustain u. We were Induced
to believe this Irora the speeches and votes
of your prominent Northern conservative
statesmen. (The speech of Ex President Fill
more; delivered at Albany, was referred to,
as an eximple, and parts of it carefully and
accurately quoted) " Tbe writer here re
marked, '"that perhaps tho South would
have been supported by a small party at the
rrann n n tcic na not oeen mads npon
Fort Sumter, and if the South had not
struck the first blow." To which remark it
was replied: ''We had to strike the fire t
blow to commence the revolution."
Q "What military errors do you think
your Generals have committed in conducting
A. "First: Tbe past policy of our lead
ers has been to hold all of our seaport and
river towns, however small or of little iro
portance. For this purpose our army bas
been too little concentrated. Secondly : In
stead of placing our army on the Southern
boundary of Kentucky, we should have at
once marched it to the Northen. We should
at tbe outset have held by force every slave
Stnte. Wo established our line of buttle too
far Snuth by several degrees of latitude.
iWe counted too much on the conservative
spirit of the North; too much on tbe com
mercial importance of cotton, and too much
n fortiorn assistance. But aaalost all of
These errors we yet expect to achieve our In
, MILITARY RE80CRCES OF TUB SOUTH.
Q. "What was the condition of the
South as to arms and ammunition nt the
commencement of the war T"
A- "Nearly all of our arms fell into our
hands by the seizure of tbe United States
forts and arsenals, as well as our ammunl
tion. We bad some arms and imported some.
But we were nearly destitute of percussion
enps. For tbe firs' two- moDths after tho
commencement of the war the State ot Vir
ginia hid not three millions of percussion
caps, all told. For tbe first few wicks
the larpeit part of oar percus-ion caps
cam'! Irorn Baltimore, and were brought
within our lines by ladies who concealed
them in tbch skirts and underclothing. But
as the war bas progressed, necessity has
obliged us to manufacture our own arms and
ammunition. We have now large minuUc
tories for the purpose of making small arms,
powder, bills and caps, and of casting artil
bry, In a'prreat part of the Urgur citlus at
the South "
Q Wbat do your officers think of the
military ability of General M'Clellan?"
A. "It is universally conceded by our of
flncrs that he bas no equal in either army.
They have long and well known his military
ubilHy. They knew it when he was io. the
old United States army with them, and they
foar him niore today than all your other
Genernls. lie has from the commeucem"nt
doue just what wo desired him to do. One
of our most encouraging hopes was, at one
time, the probability that he would hesnper
seded. Our turm t United States ofiicers in
tho old regular service consider Gen. Scott to
be tho greatest military genius of the age, but
that his great age would have prevented hira
from successfully carrying on the war. They
were many ot them under General Sjott in
the Mexican war, and they greatly admire
his military ability, but they consider Gen.
McClellan quite equal to General Scott in
bis best daya We would willingly havo
any two ot our bt Generals retire Irom the
fh'ld if joj can induce your politicians to
lay General McClellan on thi shelf."
THE It K II K L. FORCES AND TUK.1FI RBTRKAT3.
Q "Which of your Genenls posscsi the
greatest military ability?"
A. "Generals Johnston and Beauregard.
Johnston excels in strategy; Beauregard in
tactics. Johnston is great in design; Beau
rerun! in execution."
Q. "Were auy wooden guns mounted iu
your works at Centreville ?"
A "Yes, sir. We mounted a large num
ber of Quaker guns at Centreville at tbe
tim i we commenced to retreat."
12 "At what time did you comment to
rc'treut Irom Centreville and Manassas f"
A. "We coramenc'd to evacuate those
places as rarly as February. Our forces
were (lriwn olf by one or two regiments at a
time, and concentrated la the v ioiuity of
Iliehuiond. We wero nesrly two muaths iu
evscuating those places "
Q. "At what timo di I your forces o'un
tneiica tho evacuation of Yorktown ?''
A. " Friday eight the e vaciut'.on com
menced Friday and Saturday we kept up
a more vigorous artillery lire than, usual, lo
d ceivu you, so thnt wu might more securely
ntreut. A rear guard was sent ud id Wil
lumsburg Friday of five thousand troops, so
as to be fresh to cover tbe retreat of Sunday.
Five thousand other troops fanned the rear
guard from Yoiktown to Williamsburg.
Your forces presied so rapidly Sunday morn
ing upon tbe rear guard uear Williamsburg
that it U probable thai Johns tun was obliged
to CiiauK bis designs and bait a I irtre part
ot his column and givs vou battle. Wo also
had u lurge force stationed near West. IViut
to anticipate a supposed design of Generul
McClellan to take Gloucester from toe rear,
and, crossing too Voik Ulver, to cut off our
rilK BLACK I10R8K CAVALRY.
Q " How many of the ' Itbick Horse Cav
alry' were klln by our troops at the ball In
A ''TUt JiUttk Jloru Cjixjlfy urre uU in
Ilit en'jvytinent. One compmy vl thin eav
alry followed up yonrrn reut for a short dis
lauce, and lott half a doitvu luuu. l'ui t of
Stuart's Cavalry w?re In the engagement,
but enly made one or two charges upon
your troops. Afier the battle, some person
from New York City anonymously sent to
the Commander of tbe Ulack Horse Cavalry
a magnificent pair cf silver spurs, as a com
pliment for bis mpposed gallantry, but the
regiment took no pHrt In the engagement."
Q "How many cf your troops were
killed by our sharpshooters and by our ar
tillery during the siege b.-f.ire Yorktown?"
A. "Three or four were killed by shell."
By Last Might's Mail.
Cairo, June C.
To linn. OiJeon WdUs, Skcrttary of the Aaiy ;
The dtsp-itch boat of last night reports the
evacuatiou of Fort Pillow, and its occupa
tion by our troops. Most of tbe flotilla bad
passed b-low Fort Randolph.
A. M. FENNOOK,
Cairo, June fi Thres distinct shocks of
an earthquake were Mt bete to-day, It was
alio felt at several different points near, aud
as far as Urbuna. No damage was done as
far as ascertained.
There is jet some doubt, that the fleet havo
passed Fort Randolph, where the rebels, it is
said, have taken the guns which were remov
ed from the fort abovn. They left five or six
guns. Before leaving they destroyed the
barracks, camp equipug-, gun carriages, and
military stores, us they could not be trans
ported. They also burned thm cotton of
wmicd tne Dreastworts were made. The flo
tilla est off at five o'clock yesterday morn
ing, followed by the tiansports carrying tho
Forty-sixth Indiana regiment.
Col. Fitch, who now occupies tho works
which are said to be of great strength if pro
perly manned could have successfully re
sisted a large force.
The rebels, after leaving tbe fort, destroyed
the pontoon bridge which they bad made
some weeks since over Hatchee river.
Wbn the Sola, which last arrived from
tbe fl et, left tbe fort, tbe gunboats bad
passed the fort and gone down the river.
It is reported tbat tbe rebels have evao
uated Fort Randolph. If this Is the case,
there is nothing to prevent the fleet Irom ar
riving at Memphis to-day.
Tho Memphis Avalanche, of tbe 2d Inst.,
says that a large part of the army at Cor
inth were sent to Richmond and are now
opposed to the Yankees there.
McClellan's Headquartkr'b, May C.
Two deserters just in report General Joe
Johnson severely if not mortally wounded
through tbegrolo by a mlnnie ball received
during tbe late battle.
General G. W. Smith is now In command.
Other information corroborates this; also
tbat the rebel loss is estimated at 10,000 kill
ed, wounded, and mining.
No material change has occurred iu the
A contraband who left Richmond yester
day says ihe city is io a terrible state oi con
fusion. No troops were in the city except
those doing guard duty. There are nosigus
of evacuatiou, but on the contrary, every
thing ehowB an intention to make a deter
mined re -l-dance.
The bous tops in Richmond were crowded
on Sunday. Ihe people expecting our troops
would b driven in'o tho Chickatiominy, but
wbeu thfy saw the rebels run, tin greatest
It is rumored that Magruder bas bicome
disgusted, aud intends resigning.
Information h is been received that there
are no rebel troops between the Rappabau
nock and the Army of the Potomac.
The doatb of so good auJ worthy a citizen (k.
GKiiKl in an event which oliould not be iiermilled to
pari unuotke!. Tho.igli bis virtues weroutt vaunted,
aptl his iii'-rils known to comjiiralfveiy few, they
were none thu letts troii)ly developed, lie was an
old citizen. Through all tho years of his rmidonee
among uJ,liihn hem known puMicy lima Inittigtriou
honorable s:.J lib.-r.tl merchant. To those who en
joyed a moid i u 1 1 in a to acquitiutuure with the du
cchh-mI, h h i.velltut qualities of head and heart
wera better known. Socially he was one of the moat
Bgreeiible cnmpanlxns, nod his well atored' mind wns
a.lwaya the source of ulvjud tut entertuininont to Ins
gnestH. As a husband and fithi r he was uniformly
lend and alTtctlonato. To all publio aud private
charitlua he was among tho most liberal contributors
lu proportion to his means, as well a. the mott unos
tentatlous. His loea will be Mt in many a heart
whoso torrow, like the virturg of the deo-ased, will
be ctaeribhod In secret.
Mr. Gukio leave a widow aud two daughter., w tli
whom huudrods heartily sympathiso in their be
reavement. Flie who has soothed the Hrk and dying
bed of fo many cullurcrs and le r geni-rouJ kiudui Hg
nd aasidulty will be remembered by scores loi g
as memory IbhU Is now called to mourn the le-avni-t
berevveiueiit. My Cod help her und bin in their
overclaiming Borrow. W.
Ditlu idge' Patent
OVAL LAMP CliniVKlS,
These Chimneys are iutemhid for ths Out ,
IliniiH, which lieal ng ad partx i,f III)
glaau eqaily, uoej not eXKie It u eritcK
ii,g. K I). llirilKlliUK,
oi I nil ti,na w ortH,
M a.-hi i, ill. 'ii Blrei.i.
."ani.ili'K can be xoeu at this Cilice.
Importer and Wbolerale Dealer in
NO. lil MAIN STItKET,
T "tFl'S r.ontUDliy on Land large supply of Siring
JV and Hrass aud Orruan filver Mil.Ury liuod lu
air.iweiiU, likU ha cau oiler at us low price as auy
atcru lioune. Orders by Ma. I or 1 .xpron promptly
atleuded to. Juueblin
Notice to ijclt!iold(TS
Ninnvii i, Trvn., 2.1 June, UC2.
MMTlNIJ of (he KrOCKllOl.TiMM of the HK
J WAHC MlNiNli tUMI'A.sy will be b. Id at
Oiii lHlio No. '.o, llroad.'ty, New Votk.ou Iriday,
Ui i:uli ilay of Joint lieu, at One o' lock, I' it , lor
IL trna" U"n of important buMtei.
l'.y urJor of tbe I i ecu.ru.
niej-l' K. IV AK1) )!AH.NEJ F t rkUry.
f rios MiMiova.
W. II. tVKJttCTT -
INCREASED ATTRACTION !
JiosD.ty cvr.Ki.x;, jir.K ,
AVILLIAM TELL !
THE HERO OF SWITZERLAND.
Principal (hroters by M.wr, HAMILTON,
WEAVER, KVKKUT, I'l Kl'.t K, TLR. (;ft(SS Mis.
UKRNARD, Mi-s fCASLAS, Mi s MOilKE, Ac. ft
KATIIERIXK and PJ-ITKUCIIIO!
l'RICK.-" or AMIIPSlOy
Dress Circle j ftO
Heconil Circle ., .. V5,
lioors open at pact 7. Performance at 8 o'clock,
Singer Suving Machine.
15R pale, i.oik fur cash, onk or fixger'S
S-wiiir iliichln'-F, In good order, warranted, at
33 Union fcTrthhT.
I'. J. K Al'FM ANN.
SEItVANT (ilKL WANTED.
TXTANTEH IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD SERVANT
v Olrl, (colored,) without Incumbrance, to hi
tired by the mcnth. r Apply at
unt-3t No. 30 C'KllAU NTIIIXT,
ICE! ICEj! ICE!!!
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE
LAKE KINGSTON ICE CO.
WILL SILL ICE AT
3c. per pound for Southern Currency,
and it. for Specie Funds!
Nashville, Juno 4th, 1802 tf
A FIRK PROOF AND BURGLAR SAKE, OF ME
fX P.I'M t-l.K:. Apply lo
GHIFFiril A; lVUSOS,
June8 It ha. 7, college Btreet.
Market IvJo, 36 Street.
E. MAYER & CO.,
A. LOUIS & CO.,
IlttTe jvut received a large Stuck of
Uouts and Slioes,
Hats, Stationery, Prugv,
Nails, and J)jt-Stulfs
SALT, in liariels,
SALT In Hags,
Which we oil r to the public fur
CASH OR PRODUCE,
HA H Art
COTTON, BEK3WAX, WOOL, GINSKNG,
FEAT1IEIIS, J1IDE3 and TALLOW.'
C COUNTRY Mi-rehanls wmiM ln vll tt taU up"n
J uh.hs we em lill theT wli'iin hill Ir1"! eur Ltock
All Current Soiitlicrn Funds Tuli'en at Tur.
)jiie6-lf. E. MAYF.CO.
Committed to Jail
OF ThtvMaon Comity, Trim , Juno Hill, ld2, a lie
r (lrl,iiNinMl .M.I.IK; says rhn IteiniiKS In
irvia Hi n""', f Mmy t.'unniy, T:nn ."a il (iirl
ahout 1 or SO yisir ohl ; i;liii fclju.t 10 or I'M
pounds; 5 f't 6 IiiuIm's hlrfh ; two Huuil aiurHnu
lorthead ; scar on upper lip at the e i.t tin- ne ;
The owner Is leqin-Kt'-U to come f rwaril, prove
properly, auil pny charpes, !a th law illrm ta
J. M. 111NTOV,
Jumb-lit h'herliJ andJailor of I. 0.
Committed to Jail
01-' Tavlilion Count v, Teim. , June flh. IMi, a lie
ro ii an nuiiicl KI.'JAIIj ys he hi'lonx to
I r in JIiik H-, el Maury ( ouuly, Ti mi ; abiiul lit or 2'.
yenrs o il : w rlia auout l'J or liio pouuil ; b fi.. I 7
iucliiHhih ; f(ipiT eol.ir ; aiull rr unOer corner
of rlht ey
Tho owner is reni atvl to r"ius forward, prove
property, and py rh.trgi tlie Ii liln-rm.
J M II1STDV,
JuueH-3t Sh' rid anil J.iilnr of I. C.
BAUENDAHL & CO.,
" HOPE LLlUllN'O," No. 131. DUANK t-TRKKT,
HAVE now In ttore
BIuo Cloths and Doeskins,
For Aro.y and Navy Orders;
IDI; f'I.UTII(, I Oil CAIM
FINK -4 I OK-K1NS, (Ku!tloii Khiulr;) YKI.iyiVV
htAHl-k-T, LUIMMJN aud U(;iir (iKiuftM tUlllii;
iijiii, a rt'LL n.s or
E')I'lAt'X an l M'C-'fOW () ATIMIH and t I Of'Ki,
V aud B-4 kL ii l.r.-K N- aid UsAVUt.-';
(1-4 KAVC'Y AM-.VlKHl,
For tale at the lowi-t market pri a. tniy30-lm
KMJUKLS Ml'SIIANNOCrC I'OTA-
TOM, fjf s.ilii low,
to I' r nit, hr
W.ll. 1.1 Ot,
41 klaraet hlrett
f'pociiil Telecr tnt to N.ihvilleHuii.n.l
Louisvim.k, June 7, -Newa mimjor
iant. No !( lies anywhiTO. A largo
number of our gunboats are rapidly ap
Eighty-five bales of cotton, valued at
ien thousand dollars, belonging to James
Trabue, of this cily, were captured on
Sunday last by a detachment of cavalry
under Captain Milly, near Turdy, Ten
nessee. The cotton had been stored on
thp farm of a citien named Kiggins, Mr.
U. having been instructed to dispose of
it. As Mr. Trabuc's sympathies wero
with tho rebels, it was thought best to
confiscate the cotton, which was sent to
f.'iot Tennessee river for shipment. hm.
Against loss or damage by Bre or tho
perils of Navigation, can be obUiued at
the Insurace Office of
W T a r r
No. 25 College Stbrkt,
(Opposite the ".Sewanee House.")
ESoots and Shoe.
Wo have Dow and shall hare during the aummi-r,
large and well assorted atoelt of HOOTS und rUIOlX,
for sale at the lowest canh prlres.
K. G. WKHSTEK A CO.,
Furninheil by Dyer I'owrl.
Tmeepsen Hmk Notes are selling at 5 to 40 ct. diM
(ieorgUOId itanks 40 45 "
toutli Carolina aud Alahuinn 40 " 4
Virginia and North Carolina 45" 60
Ohio, Indiana and Kmiluey 2" 6 "
U. S. Trensury Notes 2 " b
jf"Thee ratos sre for gold.
The Bank of Wot Tcnncmoe iu au exn ption to
above questions. Suleg havo been made at 60 V ct.
discount for gold.
ROBERT L. MAITLAND & CO.
General Commission Merchants
G3 and C5, Boaver Street, and 20 Exchange
WiitJAM Wkioiit. " UI K
May 8, IBM. Cm
Boots, Mhoes and Gaiters.
C. 13. HALL,
io. IS, PublicSi,. !ar,
HAS ON HAVI) A HNK AORT.MKNT tK "
Indies' Iji-lii.g Congrero (Jailer U tIb.
" " Hide laeeil "
Kid and Coit Itoolets " thick
' Hue Kid " ihlnaolo.
" " Congrws Oiiite-s, thlik sole.
iaS' " U ioli'i s,
Children's Kid Houloes, etr.,11- ,
Which are ollered at whoh e.tln or ri tti', U,r raah oi.iy.
and at pric. s to tu!l thetiuna.
may3iJ lin C. II. I1AI I..
Proposals for Corn and Oats.
Ijhii a Amtn.AST WAKtt.H Uumtk,
U6 Market alreet, KllVllle.
OEAI.FI) propoaitla will he rei-i ived at Una (Hike
O till Monday Iho ('til Inrt. , lit I'i o'rlo, k , M. , lor a
Fiipiily of eoru ami on In lor tuimoiliate ua, to ho do-IWiT-.!
In liny without charge tor the same. Con
trartors w ill alatn the piaiitny and lime of delivery.
The right to r'Ject bids not f ir tho In'erct of the
L Government toacrpt is tx remlv ns rvel
f JOHN M HAI.K,
juno 4tn, ic.-iii t. A. 0 M .
It V II TLOHK.
Cr HAUKKI.S KKESII CHOCNII I1YK KI.OI H, on
I') haul ai 1 for haId at tlie lronilwty (Ii Ih.
J"t-e5 I). 1) M'. Kt.Y, Agrnt.
JiltAiN AM) SHOUTS
N hand and for sale at tin- flruidwnv Mills.
jui ft I. II. I'll K KV, .tjei.t.
" T the niOuilay Mil's
l. I) I'll rtf.V, Ari ul.
LAMB & MURPHY,
4 lit: Jl'.-T I' Hrinpr (lir sit .. I linn k
Sew Mi.iinrry l.ools, wliiih th'V r.lti-r lo tli-
'1 r.o'o at I'.w pric
71,lr r-'toi k oiii..u of Ijidus' anl Vu.se. r mi-I-gli'irn,
Krgli.li plil aud C1ij u'r il.il -: I lni.ln ua
and InlantH Tu bans and Orim ia: r i : I. h kjoI F,u
Klraw mi 1 a virl. ty f Itonni x; II A .m l WlnW lj.f
and ll'K.kriiui Ciowrie.l' Y rauu e; aim, a Ur jo hi kti
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons,
Including ll ilT, all widths i .-w Klowcrs, IiimL.
Wrrntl.a, lp N'-t, Tult--, '!'::! Cowi L ' n.g ;
lllaik and While r.ngi a i Crup; Cr ip'-, livo ,1 fit-u
a.linn -i!s, and a vani ty of lioiim l and M.iul.lla
rUks, Ac. ,4lo.
No. 1G Public Square.
J AMU AT MUlCl'IlV have al. re
i r'leivcd a Ircali huppiy of I. in- , nllmneit a
and M'l'i'i' IV t, Mioca, (.ail-ra, hl.,.r, c.,o(
evi-iy d- ripiKKi and alylc, suitable lr City ami
looury trade, whli ti thoy olt.'r wind. le and r
tail, low, tor t'wilt. juni-3-aw
KM, l-KIMK", A NI'K AHTKI.rJ, fOK -IK
IU by tha keg or lnwr jiti.tiiy .
I'HI.ni: Mv tl' I.AItll, a tlrt r.u, .rl.( 1-
41, n .u! b Coin g siinl,
B,ay!'j!- t lluk.-iy.