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1861. . . MJMBES92
i DB. J. H. McLEAW'8
THE GREATEST REMEDY
In. Tbo World,
i. -AST) THE'1 '
Most ' Delicious
? EVER TAKES
."ThV lhontindt upon thiut,
and, who, ue dslty using Ua
Leans Strengthening Cordial,
certify, -that it li absolutely as
Infallible remedy for ranovi-
SiTT the-ihattrrea asa diseased tys-s . rw,r.
Before iBkini puriryin, and enrfchbgUter liking.
the Blood ratorlniTtbatlcliTiEenoctoTaUd'ta
IIBAIiin AND STRENGTHS
There Is no mistake About It.
It wlllcniilTer fiompiafn,.'Byspepsa,DfmucBa,. Dysen
tery. Hetdathe, Be,,resalonit fi?Orto,Fever and "Ague, Inward
Fever, Badjireathf tiV.aUeM$UTerLEtoiaacli,or'.Boiri
GECTLF4jjUt,.doyouwLibtc ' be HeatUStrong and
VI rorout J
f Zi AD IB 8 do too want tb' Bloom of Health to mount to
our Cheeks again J then go at ones and get
i. ' partner.
Delay not a momentr Unwarranted to" giro 'tatiffaettoa. I
willsure any .disease of the Kidneys, Womb, or Bladder; FafuV
ObjtrnetedlleiurniiUon, Falling Ot the TVonnb,-Bantu-nest,
or any disease arising from Ohronlcor Nervous Deblity;
t is an InlkUlMe Remedy. '. r-
FOR CTIItiBHEN. . !
So yon wtn'tyour-dellcate, tle.iy,puny Children, to be "Healthy
Strong andBobuifJ then give them McLEAN'S STRENGTH
ENING CORDIAL, (tee the dheetlont on each bottle) it it de
licious to take. -
pOue table-epooofal, taken every taomlng iasttng, ti a mre.
preventive againit CtlUt and fever, Xellow Fever, Ohokra or
any'prcvalllng disease. t"
JO,OAUIIOHI Bewsrejbf Druggists cf Dealers who nay
try to palm sponyoq a betile of Bitten or SarsaparUle, Cwhieb.
they can'buy cheap.) by aaylng it la J ait as good. There are
even men BASK enough tc steal"part of my name' to' dob the!
TILS decoctions."' Avoid suck Inramous PIRATES and their
vllllanooi compounds I Aik for Dr. J. H. McLean's Strength;
en in g Cordial and Blood Bnrlfler. Take nothing elie. Itiitho
anlvretsalT tht will Pnrlfr ronr Blood thoroochly. and,' at
tha ium Urns. STRCHnTHKN an A INVIGORATE the whole
erganlaatton. It U put up la large Bottle 1 per bottle, or
HZ Doittics l or s. t
DB. 7; III HcIJE IK,' Bnla Proprietor, .
Corner ot Third and fine itreeta, BUXonb, Mo,
.nIKcLEAN'S raiV'EIlSAC FILES,
For- Elver Complaints BlUonincsa Mead
THBBE nu neTerteen a CATHABTIO medicine' Offered to
the tmMie. Out ha riven each entire aatlafactlon at Uo-
r.fciw'H frwTVHESAt PILLS.
BeingoUrelj Testable, they are perfectly Innocent and can
be taken by the mort tender Infant; yet prompt and powerful In
remoTlngallBilfcnurecretIoB, Acid or Impure, feted Hatter
Xrom the gtomaeh. In .fact they are the only PlUi that ahould
be ated in 'malarioni dejtricti. - - '
They produce mrlplng, Stcktmor Tilri la the SUmach or
BotreU,thocghTeryactiTe and Marching in their operation,
promoting healthy aecretloni of the Lirer and Stdneyi. Who
will mir a from BatooiseM, Headacbs and fonl Stomach, when
to cbeip a remedy can be 'Obtained I Seep them constantly oa
band; a Ingle dote, taken In aeaton, mayprcTent hourt,dayii
and months of alckneii, Aikior.Dr.J.lL McLein'i TJnlTer
ai Pill,. Tika bo other. Belne coated the are taitelui. Price
only 23 cents per Vox, and can be sent ty mall to any part of
the united states. '
J, S McLXAN, Bole Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pine streets, St. Louis, Mo,
RJ.II. McLEANiS VOLCANIC OIL EINI
e beat External In the World lor Man or
frXnOIT8ASDB f human beings haTebeensaTeda life of ds-
jfTUt ft win TitT PAIN alaott lnstantaneeesly. and II
111 cleanse, purify and heal the foulest BOBS in an incredible
short Uao MeUCAN'S VOLOANIO OJL LINIMENT will re
Uerethe most inreteratt. cases of Bheu'matlsm, Gout or Nea
ralgiai Jcr.Paralysls. Ootracted Muscles, Stiffness or Weak-'
bcUIA the Joints, Glutei s, or ujimemi, mu Jtra mi.
Two applications will cure Ben Throat, Headache or Earache,
nrltnniarRealdi.or any Palo. It Is "an Infallible Remedy.
Try It, and you wlUilnd.it an indlipenslhle remedy. Seep it
always OU hand.- "
PLANTERS, rAESICRS, or any one haying charge of horses,
rtli utc laoney hy using McLean's Volcanic, Oil Liniment. It
is a speedy and. laralUole cure lor uaus, eprains, uuaics,
HwtUtor, Trtmn"i Eweeny, Bores, Wounds, Scratches, or any
' DB, j. H. McLXAH, Bole Proprritor,
Saint LonU, Mo,
rorsaleatPreprUtor prices by -Berry 'At. DemoTille and a
WiHtndershott.- ' Ear-9d-twtwly
BODTHEKN POBTABLE PLANTATION
Corn Feed, and flourlnff Mill,
RTJBB Millstone, of til slsesoshand and made te order, Snal
irm.. Mill KnlniUi. Mill aearllne. Bolticr Cloth of all
cumbers, Datch anchor brand, belting, hoisting, and regulating
screws, serene wire picas anu umki mum whiw,
the manufacturers, which enables me to sell best articles at low
'''Ulng a practical mechanic, thoroughly understanding
tkuo.n nrmtira of nlllisr oceratiocs. Millers and Mill
WTlabtswIllsnaitto their interest to" examine my stock and
prices oeiore purcnaimg. auiwh
gtre satisfaction. , -
All orders and Oomnunlsatlons promptly lttJ,nd21frAN
Nisn tills, Tenn., July 3d, 1801. J
By yfrtoe of an act of the Legislature, rwsed the 1st Inst., I
hereby glre notice, that the interest upon all 8Ute bonds,
or Bonds upon wbick the State may be liable.w til be paid at this
place: oroviled said bonds are not owned now, or were net own
ed on or subsequently to the 15th of April, 1861, by eWtens or
eorporations otthe noo slaTeholling States of the Uolt'? Bta es
of America. SatUfietoryproorof -ownership on and after the
15th of April will be required by the affldaylt of the holder, and
other proof where the tarty Is not personally well known, taken
before a Notary Publioror other person auti orized to administer
an oath In the country where taken. Cltkens and corporations
of friendly foreign powers will be paid in sterling orothsr e
ehange. J. T.DDNLAP,Oaaptie
la j5 d&wtv
fX are sspplled with
For Wheat and Flour,
' and canhaTC them Printed In any desired style.
CALL AND LEAVE YOUIX. ORDERS.
Julyt d3w ARMISTBAD & CO ,
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
BOSENFIELDhas just opened anew
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Ko 40 South Market street
at .cits In his line, and sells
and examine for yourselTts.
July 3 dim
He keeps constantly onhand all
his goods cheap far cash. Call
THIS celebrated watirlng plsce will be opened for the recep
tion of yisitors on June tb, Ifcol. The subscriber.thank,
ful for the liberal patronage htretofore extended to them, wi J
make etery effort during the ensuing seison, to deierye m cyn
tranance of the ame The Table and Bar wl'l be supplied with
the best that the country affords. Prices to suit the times.
CsxLtax Braii-os are situated In Trijjs countyi By , and art
In daily communiatlon with BopkInsTlU and Prlnseton stagee,
by the way of Johnsons. . . , ,
June5-w4t P M FCQUA, Proprietor.
DANIEL DEAN vt J B Schstt InthlscaseHppeiringto
my satisfaction, that the defendant, J B Echott,is anon
resident ot the State of Tennessee, and it further appearing from
affidavitof plaintiff, that the defendant is Indebted to him In
the sum of nineteen dollarsi due by note, It U therefore ordered
by me that publication be made in the' Nashville Union and
American lor four successive weeks, commandlsrsaid defendant
J B Schott, to appear before me, at my oSce,In the town of Lin
den, Perry county.Tenneuee, on the 31st day of May, 1 to I, to.
plead, answer or demur to said attachmtat. er tht same wUl be
set for bearing ex parte. This April 19th, 1BS1.
rssylO-nrjit'ifueJS' for Ferry coBBtyTtcn.
MLLI.NOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Garden State ot the West.
THE ILLINOIS CENTAL RAILROAD
QOMPAKT ; ;
HAVE FOR SAIiE ,
-o? . ! ?
BICE I'AEMIHG LMDS,
IN . I
FORTY ACRES AND UPWARDS
LONG CREDIT. AND AT LOW JPIIICES.
MI0LTANIC3, PAIUIKB3 AND WORKINO MEN.
The attentlonvof 'the enterprising and ladnitrlonspsrtlon of
the community Is directed to the following statements and lib
eral inducements offered them by the . ;
ILLINOIS CE5TRAL BAILBOAD 00MPAN7,
which, as they will percelye, will enable them, by proper 'ener
gy, perseTerance and industry, to provide comfortable and per
manent homes for themselves and families, with, comparatively
speaking,- rery little capital.
LANDS OF ILLINOIS.
No State la the Valley of the Mississippi offers so great ,aa
Inducement to the settler as the State ot Illinois. There Is so
portion of the world where all of the conditions of climate, and
soil so admirably combine ts produce those two great -staples,
Com and Wbiat, as the Prairies of Illinois. '
EI0HB.0LLINO PBAIKIE LANDS.
The deep rleh'leam of the prairies Is cultivated with such won
derful facility that the farmers of the Bastern and Middle States
are moying to Illinois In treat numbers. The area of Illinois
Is about canal to that of England, and the soli Is so .rich that
it will support twenty millions of people.
, EASTERN AND BODTHEKN MARKETS.
These lands are contiguous to a railroad 7DQ miles la length,
wMch connects with other roads, and navigable lakes and riv
ers, thus affording an unbroken commaaication wl th the Eastern
and Southern markets.
APPLICATION 0 J OAPlTALi
Thus far capital and labor have been applied to developing the
soil; the great resources of the State in ceal and Iron are almost
untouched. The Invariable rule that the mechanle- arts flourish
best where food and fuel are cheapest, will follow at .an early
day in Illinois, and in the course of the next ten yexra the natu
ral laws arid necessities of'the' case warrant the belief "tbatat
least flvt hundred thousand people will be engaged'ln the'BUte
01 Illinois In the THoo manufacturing employments.
RAILROAD BTSTEM OP ILLINOIS.
Over $100,000,000 of private capital have been expended on
the railroad system ot Illinois. Inasmuch as part of the' in
come from several of these works, with a valuable public fund
inlands.- eo-te diminish the State Expenses, the TAXES ABB
LIGHT, and taut, consequently, every day decrease.'
THE STATE DEBT.
The State Debt Is only 110,105.393 14. and within the last
three years has been reduced 32,959,740. 80; and we may reason
ably expect that in ten'yearsTtwIII become extinct.
T RESENT POPULATION.
The State is rapidly fillies: upwithvoDUlatlon: 6(3.026 cer
sons having been addsd since 1830, making the present popula
tion 1,719,496 a ratio ot 102 per cent lu 10 years;
The Agricultural Products of Illinois are greater than those
of any other State. The Products ser t out during' the past year
exceeded 1-500,000 tuns. The wheat crop or 1660 approaches
35,000,000 of bushels, while the corn crop yields not less than
Nowhere can the industrious faimer secure such Immediate re
suits for his labor as upon these prairie soils, they being com
possa or a deep, rice 10am, ue isruuty or wuca is unsurpassed
by any on the globe.
TO ACTUAL CULTIVATORS.
(mOMcs 1831 ias company late toia iJUOjOliu acres.
JheyitU only to actual ctUtltatori. and entry contract con
taint an agreement to cvUitati. 1 he road bail tin ccnit met
etl through thai lamlt of an expent of 830,000,000.
In. 1 S.")0. the Dojmlatton of fortv nine ctruntk thrtwoh
which it pattee vat onlg 335,598, ttnci trAtol, 479,2U3
lav tten added, mating the xchole population 814j801
a gain of 113 percent.
EVIDENCES OP PBOSPEBITY.
a. am cuKuev ui uioiaiii.bi u.6 pew pit, i.u. m uicu u.a
000,000 tuns of freight, including g,COO,000 bushels ef grain
and350,00a barrels of flour, were forwarded over the line last
Mechanics and workinemen will find the free school system
encouraged by the State and endowed with a large revenue for
the suoDort ot schools Theirchlldren'canllrelntizhtof the
church and schoolhouses, and grow up with the prosperity of the
leading State In the Great Western Empire.
PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT.
The prices of these lands vary from 10 to JJ25 per acre, ac
cording ta location, quality, Ue. First-class farming lands
sell forabout JlOer (13 per acre; and the relative expanse of
subduing prairie land as compared with wood land Is in ratio bf
1 to 10 in favor of the former. The terms of sale for the bulk
of the lands will be
ONE YEAR'S INTEREST IN ADVANCE
at six percent per annum, and six Interest notes at six per cent,
payable respectively in one, two, lhree,four, five, and slxyears
from date of sale, and fs'ur notes fir principal, payable In four,
Are, six, and seven years from date of sale; the contract stipu
latinz that one tenth of the tract purchased shall be fenced and
cultivated each and every year, for Ave years from the date of
sale, to that at the end of five years one-half should be fenced and
TWENIYTER CENT "WILL BE DEDUCTED
from the valuation for cash, except the same should be at six
dollars per acre, when the catbpriee will be Are dollars.
Pamphlets descriptive of the lands, soil , climate, productions,
prices, and terms of payment, can be had oa application to
j. Mr . jru&ijsji, una oommissioner,
Illinois Ctntral Railroad,
Tor the names of the towns. Villages and Cities situated nDon
the Illinois Central Railroad see pages 189.189, 190, Apple
ton's Railway Guide.
CAIN 8c CORNEIilVS,
" 49 OHUCQ cTBSST,
I NaaUvlllo, - - - Tcnnciaco,
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.7
Produce and Commission
JML er cliantSi
No. 5 Collesro St., near Cliurcb,
f 7"KIP3 constantly on hand a large stock of all kinds of
Orders filled at the shortest notice, at the low
est cash price.
Bags for sale, by
B B CONNOR BRO.
Bales prime Timothy for sale by
n'ayll B B CONNOR BRO.
B B CONNOR BRO.
nnn Bushels for sale by
B B CONNOR A. BRO.
Barrels for sale by
B B CONNOR tt BRO.
Orb Casks Hams; 20 Casks Skouldersfl
WU 10 Casks Clear Sides, for sale by
miyll B B CONNOR & BRO.
Qrk Barrels prime Kiln Dried, and warranted to keep in any
J tj climate, for sale by
nayll B B CONNOR & BBO.
Bushels fos sale by
B B CONNOR BRO.
T f fa bbls No 1, just received and for sale by
UU maylO B B CONNOR fc BRO.
, SERVANT WANTED,
WANTED to klrefor the balanee of the year, a Negro Wo
man, to cook tad wash for A small family. Inqulreut
ATTER TASINIS TBI'
r;.. ".Elixir I
Trep'arel on. the strictest Pharmaceutical principles by one' of the
ablest Chemists et the age.
THIS, li altogether a new medicine, the result ofmodsrs
discoveries-in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, lrrespectire'of all the old and
worn cut systems published by accomplished quacks to the suffer
ing, jjr. w ngni, wu mowing vae oecepuon praensea upon toe
UiUUUlWUi 1U.U Ul,UH i UOCB W4ISTV UUM-AILVT MMiCa DJ
the whoIe'.MedlealPacult, who,-wilhsut jrrtu one flisjeatlig-
veice, nave given in tneiraoaerenco to lu perfect anaunoirtaea
control over the whole physical nsa when His frame has been
reduces, ana woca dm emer medicines cnosnz w lac rnarmaco
pesiafcavs beetLtried la vale Long-thought. years of Tpatleat
inrestlzatian. and a. nil deevtrandum detenulnatlm have.
, crownea me voqust s cupris, ana ne now ouera uw, jiimr to sui-
.crinuuisaiuiy em us osiy uusg u ccxe iaa souywing
m.i . li w iiiiHicis I
General Debility, .'
Mental and Physical Depression,,
' -ImbecIUty, ""-,,
Determination of Blood to the Head, '
-Confused Ideas, ' '
Hysteria, . . . .
Restlessness and Sleeplessneu at NIghti i
Absence of Muscular Eficiency, -'
Loss of Appetite,-.
Low Spirits, '-- -
, , DisorganlsaUon pi the Orgasi of
Generation, ' "
Palpitation of the. Bearf,
And, In fact, all the concomitants f a nervous and debilitated: I
-..1. .,1V.- t .-. - - I
I4W VI VUD 1J.KJU
. As a. Stiranlont,
It Is oulte different from alcoholic preparations. It Is not tub
Ject to. reactions In any shape t. It .continues ttr exert it Influence.
gradually aaa.ems.enuy, as long as ue least necessity exiiu tor-
An'. ttTcmalo TrXedlclnes
It Is equally Mwerfuf and effective, and reslores the equlltirina
sooner and "safer thaa all the' other medicines which for years
nave n coded ue marxet, and wnicaare only Injurious, in place
of Assisting or. renovating Ca constitution , fbraTery good rea
ton, tco, that they are only, made from the effusions of minds
gncrant, of the uecucai proresilen altogether.
No ininerals) J.
Dr. Wrteht thinks it well to stake his crofeistonal character
on the fact, that no minerals whatever form the least component
arts oi ine ingreoienu cents usjuvenauag Jilixir well snow
ig what ruin iiu been entailed oa the community by opium and
Generally, to the debilitated. Dr. Wricnt would cay. Never'
despair, no matter now womaown jou may pe, no matter now
weak you are no matter what the cause may have been forsake
at once whatever Lai led you to depart from Hygienlo principles
And yon will soon And yourself & new man & nrlda lngLem.4 a .
the reverse,-16 irour friends, and a healthy, iaundt and worthy
lacunar wc uoioan uraiiy. .
Hj Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles. for J5, and forward
ed by mall to all parts of the United States. '
Bold by all respectable druggists throughout the United States
lor tale by theproprietors,
J. WRIGHT fc CO.,
21 and 151 Chartres street,
New Or leans,-Laj
Bold In Nashville by G. W. Hendershott, Berry k Denoville, :
wing k renaieioa, ana ail responsuie cuugguu. oca
OLD SACnEMT BITTERS,
THESE delicious and far-famed Bitters are recommended by
the First Physicians of the country, oa account of their
PURITY AND GREAT MEDICINAL VIRTUE..
They are pleasant as nectar to the taste, and are pronounced
the best Tonle and Stimulant ever offered to the nubile.
Their curative powers In eases of General Debility, Loss of
Appeuie, uoasupauon, etc., are unparalleled, and as a guaran
tee that we feel warranted in claiming what we do, we beg .leave
w. imw ti4.it uur twruuiu axe couorsca L Y
Prof. SlLliriAN, of Yale College.
Prof. HAYES, of- aiaasacimsetts,
and hundreds of others,
lor sale ty Grocers , wine Mere a, and Druggist tLerally
Principal DnnL,15 'WtlUV- VwVwt,
L . S . SIM'S.
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
No. 14 iriarltot Street,
TIN PE ATE ! TINWARE ! &c, &ct
VJ4TE are now In receipt or a very large and choice selection
VV ot Coal and Wood. Cook and Heating Stoves, Parlor,
Chamber and Offlce Grates, Tlnplate, Block Tin, Copper, Sheet
Iron, Zinc Wire, Pressed, Jtpantd and common Tinware, all o
the very best quality.
We are also still making that
Justly Celebrated tVronght Iron Cook
which we offer at a reduced price. Call and tee for yourselves
No. 46 No'rtli market Street.
ung2S-tf P. W. MAXEY.fc CO.
Chang-c of Eocation.
B ZING compalled to go South, on account of the health
my family, Twill be located for the winter at the slai
depot of Polndexler, Little tt Co:, No. 43 Barene street, Net
Orleans, where I will be pleased to see my friends, and will give
prompt attention to the sale of all property consigned me. My.
Agents, 1 W Pate and Jss A Scruggs, will attend to my depot Inl
Nashville, and negroes that cannot be so'dit Nashville, by'ln
stroctingthem,willbeforwarded metoNt"-O.--eans. Hoping,
by strict attention tebuslnestoa the part oi myself and agents;
to merit a continuance of the Uoeral patronAje n.retofore ex-'
Undid me, I respectfully solicit the favors, ot all "ving busi
ness In my line, either f orNashvllle or New Orl srt.
novll-tf WILL. L. BCYD.JR.
Wjyt kave told our entire Stock of Groceries, Llquonltt ,
V V to Messrs. Joynt & Treanor, and take pleasure inte.
commending them to our Friends, and the Customers of the late
firm of Grisham tt Haffaker, as merchants who are In every way
worthy of their confidence and support.
jjn DxaLizs IX
No. 58, Market Street,
Hawthorn" for Ecasc to a Good
I Desire to place my late residence IK miles wettof the Pub
lie Square In the hands of a good Tenant for a series of year
upon veTy easy terms. The premises contain about 12 acres e
superior soil, about half in cultlvstion the balance In shade an
blue grass. The house, with 8 rooms, porches, excellsnt cellar
ervants bousss, stable, well, &c. are all cewandcomfortabl
To the Gardener, the Dairyman, or Geiitleman, seeking a co
quiet and retired spot for his family , free from the beat and do
of the town, lean say na piste for rent In tie vicinity of Nasb
ville offers superior attractions.
To the right man I will make the terms acceptable.
No. 44K, Cherry street EUGENE UNDERWOOD
Corn, liny and Oats.
JUST received a large let of Corn, Hay and Oats, which we will
sell low for cash. Also,
POTATOES, FLOUR AND ONION SETTS,
A large lot for sale cheap. Also,
EXTRA FINE BROOMS.
300 doten very flue Brooms, Jsstrecelved on consignment; w
are offering very cheap. Now is your time for good Brooms.
COMBS Ac MARTIN,
marS7-tf Church street.
W! are prepared to do the Tin-ltoor njr and other
Street nictul Work nekcssarvinbulldlnginth
most substantial manner, and will conti set for such at the low
est possible rates. T. M. SUl.ANK tt CO., .
FIrstdoor below Post Office on Church street,
MACAU LAY'S ENGLAND.
THE Attn volume in Cloth and Paper, received and for till
br ,F. HAQAN & CO',
aplie-tf 41 College street:
ATTENTION YOUNG MEN.
NY young men wishingtojolnaCcmpany will be welcome
in tne yieet n mg &ouaves. ueaaquariers, ijincsia nan,
i Cherry Street, Meeting every nitht at 8 o'clock.
4 X der of lot Ctptaia. 7 I3LI4VAY, 0.
iffl'ost 13 x tensive
TSX fii. KNABB & CO.. Not, lk 3. S and 7. Sntiw ;i-r.
X B1UMr? espeelfnlly- Inform their Southern friend
uat ujey nave cmanrea ueir iacxerr asa an h nmn' a
; npply. the Breatdtmandtor their plaaos.. They are uncruestinn-
wBuwiuKifim cuukoi uu . ins .laiestimprovcmcnts
iBnuvmiijsBiiiwKrajurjireiran. . i or swectna and crest
Thai here. Strakosch and other kreat nlanists hiv nmr (h.n in
their eoncpftf, torhaYO riven: WrOffiSii&TJS'Eb.'eiF TupeHoritK
all eompelltiotiln. all thefflffefentlgtalts where' they fcavo lieen
exhibited.'' Last year they received 11T9' Brat prciniaias; two- at
xoz.(2Dincry: -a.., vm iot ue iocss ctramcfa-maaepiiao, and
oaeforthebest against allcoapetlUcui. i.
. a lull supyixjoi ue arava'ceienratedisstnimaiu HThar.
'CaySCO-dfcwly Bare Agent, NathVOle..
A. War 4f Extermination
j ILLb waged by the umltrtl ned against aH eompetltloa-
TOBACCO MD SEGAR
' "Ds.lermlntd to let no
Go without Iho'OdodJ." ,
J 'Vf L ANGLEY,:
44 Union streets
AVlLUABLsTHjuje servant aaiSeamtreu.fox. hire. Ap-
" sua uinwe
iaayw-tr , ,
line Kentucky Jeans !
A VINO reconstructed my'Hlir, and
aaaea new jnacninery ror mating
fwh!ch Is now'belnir worn to-extensively
tnihe Hoe th and West), I im now preparect to to f urnlsh'an ar-
ucie.or.superloxi.talltyiWIucliAlILwarrant . T i
. Free from Grease ana mauo.oi I'tircNatlvo
TTP A irnnA iirnnli nf Kvnsni K 1 WH 1 V.ViqitVn h,-
ueier to ju waller, KashvLUe, Tenn.
. military Cap manufactory.
THE publls are hereby' Informed- that they can procure at
' the shortest notice Military Caps, made in every .style And
at ther lowest cash rates. .
Country merchants will find this an excellsnt opportunity to.
purchase Caps of ef err description, made to order, and at cheat)
nThesabscrlber't long experience In the buriness enable htm to
caauengt.' competition Call tad exaalne samples at .
No 31North Msrket street,
opposite Watson' House,
may 17 d3m NashvUIe.Tehn.
.Every Southernbr Should. Bead It I
MW TOEI DAY BOOE.
DAILY'S FOB SALE BY'
i". II AG AN Jt CO.,.
41 Colleca Street:
ILITRY BUTTONS, Gum CoaU.Gum Blankets Red
' Blue a?d Grey Woolen Blankets .'Military Swords, Colt's
avy Pistols anl ether military goods to be had at
South corner of Market street and Public Sauarr.
June8 1m ' ' NaahvIHs,Tenn.
A LOT of chelce Navy Beans in store and for tale by
JOYNI tt TREANOR.
COATJS SPOOL, C01.T0N.
"WJU have In store l?,rOO,000 yards, say 7)3 miles "of this
W matchless Bewin; Cotton. The 100 COO women in Ten
nessee who use this Thread can all be, furnished as they msy
By our-own Etrons; Southern Arm. with the countenance of
"John Bull," we expect a full Importation of this and other
peedful articles In September, per steamer "Great Eastern" at
me port. or Horroiic, aipiieoi oewara, untie, uiiir.uu am, .
"and the Mart-Ill Tariff, w ' i
DODQLAa tt Co.
HAYINGiaadepenianent arrangements for the! manufac
ture of Drums of all sixes. I can now furnish them of su-
perior tone andAnish at wholesale or retail is. low as a good ar
ticle cu twiom auywuerc. . ,
jnnel dtf 45 Union, street.
SOUTHERN MARSAEI.AISE I
SO long taught for. has been published and Just received by J.
Ai JlcClure, 33 Union street. Price 35" cents.
Having succeeded in making Copper Bugles for army ure,
which are pronounced by competent Judres to be equal Iff every
respect to Yankee work, and at'nearlyas low rates the price
cring axea at t'j inere nera oe no rear or our army ceing.it lin
cutsliraals. The suoeiifrity of my Drums over all others In
this country is acknowledged by all. They are made of ' the
very best material In every department of their manufacture.
Jorthe beating head.1 use calf Cam, prepared especially lor
Uatuse. Fife of cocoa,-boxwood, and apcle-tree can be had of
me. at prices from Jl to J)-'.
For any of the above send order and It will be forwarded by
first mill or express."
Ni B,In press, and will be ready by the 20th instjtho
"Palmstto Song," dedicated to the Southern Confederacy,; de
stined to be the song ot all. Prise 50 conts, sent post free te'
anyaaoress.' j a Hcutunn,
aiusicrubiitcer ana neater, Aassnue tt iiempnis.
EROM and after this date, we will cot fill orders for any de
scription of Goods, unless accompanied with the Cash,
ig obligtd now to pay cash for every articlewe purchase,
our f rinds and the public generally will at once see the necessity ;
of this course en our part. Our stock of Groceries and Confec-'
tionaries is now full and well assorted, and Cash," Deal srt "will,
And our Hours the place to purchase
apI20-tf No. 24 Market street.
J. B. KOBTCXt
OXO. W. STXODI,
W. O. raiUT.
J. D. MORTON & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
PROPRIETORS OF ECLIPSE WHARF-BOAT,
C. L. HOWERTOK
No's 0 and 10 Public Square, Nashville.
ClOACHand Buggy Harness of tvery style and quality kept
j constantly on hand and manufactured to erder. Also,
Buggy Collars, Kip and Hog Bkia Collars,' Bridles, Halters,
and all other ar Jcles made by Harneis Jlaacfietureri all of the
best materials aod the finest workmanship, all of which will be
told at cheap as can bebought any where in ihe United Stat' .
To 0. L. HOWERTON'S Harnett has been awarded the nich
etl Premium at the Tennessee State Fair, the Kentucky State
Fair at Bowling Oreeo, at the Limestone Ceunty Fair, Alaba
ma; Agricultural Society at Athens."
Sl il eghany Springs,
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, VIRGINIA. '
THIS celebrated watering place will be opened for the rectp
tloa of visitors oa the l.t day of June.
Located 3i half miles from the Virginia and Tennessee Sail
road, they are easy of access, and afford the best security for
Each department Is supervised by the proprletorswhd will at
tend personally to the wants of their guests.
The propretors flatter themselves they were never to well pre
pared at the present season.
A full supply ot Ice has been secured.
Passengers leave theB.Jt. at ShawsvlIIe, and wil be carried
In 4 horse Omnibosses over aflne road to the Springs.
These watsis stand unrivalled for the cure of Dyspepsia.
j unei-dlm BOOTH, CALHOUN & CO.
WANTED TO RENT,
a SMALL IICUSE, containing 3 or 4 Rooms, centrally lo-
t cited: a Cottage preferred, the furniture will be purchased
if good and sold at a fair price.
Address C, Box 370, Post-office, stating health and terms,
CAPITAL 100,000 1 ALL PAID IN.
Omci at bo. 30, corner of Cedar ttrtet and Iullia Square,
WILL take risks against Loss or Damage by Fire on Build
ings, Goods, Ware! and Merchandise generally. Alse,.
on Shipments against loss or damage by Beat and riven to and.
from all points, '
ALSO Bisks on Negroes against the dangers of the Rivtri
"Ax-rnoirr W. Y.XLirx,
W. T. Bxxxr,
Joux H. BwM,
ALEXANDER PALL, President
Jmrs Wama. Bee etary', aux!7
FROM this date we will tell exclusively for HASH. The
present state of affairs compels us to' adopt thlt count,
and we hope out cuitcnerl win not ask ut te deviate from It.
mayJMf DWIOTILLB & 001
rfIHE nnderslgned wiener to engage a Lady 4o rese la his
B. family. tnlBstruct'.thrre Small children. Jn addition to
the usual brancheij she must be qua'lfied to give lesions on 'the
Plino: Kne. need apply .except those .presenting goodtes'J
inonlals. lorUrmsappiyto K ' JA3 tWIL80N. '
l jyTilsr - . 7 - i.: .:
MEW ITIAII, ACCOMMODATION.
PRIVATE LETTER MAIL
To and from the-Federal States
ALKlIlTBilSfoT'ltaNorthern BtaterencWsedln as out
lide.envelopaXboth envelopes Ulng prepaid) anl address
ed to ate at Nashville, Tennessee, with ten cunts enclosed In -the
outside envelope, will be carried across to Franklin, Ky- and
there mailed for their proper destination In the old 8U.tes. -
In Use manner a'l letters from the- old States may be directed
".""a'-'rankUn, Ky.,asd I will carry Them across toNaah
Vllle. Tenn.. and nail tbra Tof Ih.lr nrflM, Mf(n,MM,o.,ili
,'If tound Inconvenient to prepty Inside envelopes for. want of
. ip u Mcruomcaenwy,orcasa, ana l win prepay ana
forward at aboto. This arraagemeat to continue' during the
r. n WHITKSIDXiL.
iri ' " - ulc cua:as ox mempnis or n ssnvuie,
Notice to tBond Holders.
Omca Njlsiiviujeid CturrxaooqiTE.zLXoan CoMraxr,)
JCashTllle,Tenti.,July4, 1801 '
n KB interest due 1st Julr. 1391. on the Bonds oT.ti'N.Ji.
taeofficsef theCoapaay.ia Nab.TiUe,lennonpresesUtIoa
of the Coupony.tceompinied by-ths'certiAeat of the CoiaBtrol-
ici v. ui ouux, uu uspaymeni may lawfully kemade.
The Lecislature ef the State, bv. netnt iiKtmnt. Jvln
ii.uuiiu.iu u.epajmeniuuiiereuin sucnoj ina Montis as were
owned on the 15th day of Anrll. lSGl.'or niv' now'ba awnKl'hT
cltisens or corporations of the noa slavtholding Statcs'ot the.
uuii-Q bums, oi America; ana constituted tne state Comptrol
ler the sole judre of tbeauestion.aatawhoainiTmnitnn i.
juijo m, tar
Shoe Ulalccrs "Wanted.
rTlENor FIFTEEN Shoe-maxera wanted to make Sip and.
a lu wora.
Constant emDlovment and nromDtMT. n-
iisucui r. B. HUbSiIilBS OU ,
.ij-m 4, Ian Block, Nashville.
Wheat, Wheat Rock. City Mills.
rnKare buying' lVbeat and Corn, for which we are
w w.i prcparca upsycasn, rarmetana tteceivers aaving
either for, sale, tfiU please give us a calL. Otfiee at the Mills.
UJKUAK, JJAUJlATf c CO ,
Julyl lm Rock City Milis.
Peace or. War A.PermaaentBlock
i ' ' ade Impossible.
GREAT BARGAINS IN 8UPBRI0K READY-MADE OLOTH
ING ETC., ETC.
1TENJ. T. SHIELDS Sc. CO,
HAVINOnq confidence la Mr. Lincoln's ability to sustain
his policy, blockading Southern ports, are anxious to
close the large stock la anticipation' of Pall importations from
.We hive Just received and will, open ta-taorrow an extensive
cocsignmeztof miscellaneous merchandise, whkh will be sold
without an advance In'ratts. Terms Invariably cash.
ueatrai Auction Booms,
Ju!y4-tf No. 35 and 27 College street.
PR O C LA HI AT ION
is ii g. harris.
Govornor ot ihc Stato pi, Xennctsco.
To the Eherriffs of the several co&niiea of said State
TfN accordance Kith' an Aet of the General Ajembly of said
H Bute, passes my ua,t!i. sou are hereby cqmmaaded to
open aad hold tnelectionat all the plsees of boldin; elnctlonr
In ybar respective counties 6n Thursday, the Istday of August
next, sorinoeiecusnoi aeugaies w represent Ten esseemuo
PrOTisional Government of the Confederal States of America,
one or said delegates to be elected from each of the Congression
al Districts, as now established by law,' said election to be eon
doe'.ed in the tame manner and under the same rules' that have
prevailed heretofore In Congressional elections.
v in testimony wrxreor, i cave nereunin it Cray tan
) and caused the great seal of the State to be afiixed at
L S theDepartmentlnNashrille.oathlsSSthdayofJane
) A. D., 18G1. ISHAM G. HARRIB.
By the Governorr
J. E. R. Bar. Secretary of State.
ISHASI G. HARRIS, GOV. OF TENNESSEE.
-AO an wuosuau see tncse.presentSf
LL Volunteer Orrsnlxatlont ln the Elate who have here
tofore drawn Arms, and do not now hold themselves in
-readiness - for immediate service, are hereby required to re
turn them to me immediately, at the State Arsenal, In Nashville,
or the: penalties of the Itw will be enforced.
An testimony wnereor. 1 nave nereunto set my hand
and. caused Vb" Grand Seal or the State, o be afitxed
at the Department, in -Nashville, on this ltith day ot
nay, a. ii. its I-
By the- Governor ISHAM a, HARRIS,
J ll.R RAT. Secretary Ef But. . .a
Steam . Hoping Mills
At Chattanoogra, Tennessee;
THE above property situated on the bank of the Tennessee
River, is for sale on accommodating trt-ras.
The flouring Mill .consists of 4 pair ot French But Stones,
is capaaie oi lurmngout
SOhbls. Superfine Flour
per day. The Distillery Is extemlve, with Rectifying Houstand
sui necessary apparatus lor nectirylnri and may produce
50 hhls. Proof Whislcr
dally. There areextenslveHozpens connected with the nron
erty, capable of fattening a large number of hogs and cattle.
Tbe.property Is eligibly situated, and as the present growing
crop of every t e scription premises to be abundant, and as the
South now bffe na monopoly for the nroduetlon of the above ar
tide, we thick that persons wiihicg to embark In such An enter-
pmc, wo am ai well so examine ue properly.
.For.approve 4 paper,' the property can 4e prrchase-t on liberal
urns. jo a JUHN.UN,
'.Junel-5m ' " ' President.
. Union ail American copy. Chattscooga Advertiser.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
THE office ef the -City Building an! Lean Association" has
btenremored to the ofilce of Herman Cox, Esq., Cedar
street. bau'l. esay.
A Certainty for an Uncertainty
00,000 WORTH F
D'R'Y GOODS TO EXCHANGE FOR
TT HAVE A.STOOK OP DRY GOODS.-two thirds of which
JL are suited for the fall trade, embracing a large lot of Winter
Clothing; Boots; Shoes, Hsu, in., &c. I believe a better as
sortedatock cannot he loundin the country, at the stmt time a
better point to tell them. I wish to include Store hcuse and
Dwelling. The Cole's to be taken at market ccst and a fair
price allowed for Negroes in exchange. Per particulars, address
iune25d2w SluIibury.Bardeman At Co., Ttnn.
LETTER EXPRESS CO.
THE AfflERl CAN LETTER EXPRESS CO.,
hat established Its permanent office, at the Nashville Pest
Office, up stairs, east end, entrancs on Church street.
Tie unJersiraed having formed a Company for the purpose
of transmitting letters, c, to arid from the Southern Coxfed
erwy at a reasonable rate, ano agree to iurnisn mercnanis ana
others their correspondence between Louisville and Nashville
at regular intervals as may be most cenvenient to all parties
concerned. THOS S JENKINS,
W A McGILL.
The undent gted know the above parties to be reliable and re
sponsible persons .ana entitled to an connaence:
WmL Kelly, Ast'tPU
J Lawrence Smith,
Luke I" alaekburn,
LIndenbzrger It Co
E B Owsley
J S Epeed
C Q Armstrong
Guthrie 4c Co
Cornwall tt Bro
Marshal Halbeit t Co
J G Mathers
Geo D FrenUce
J Mason tt Oo
Wm Skene tt Co .
Chamberlain t Tapp
Ben J Adams '
o ii titration,
Harney, Hnghes at Co
James S Wallace
Brannln o. Bummers,
John B Bmith
Wallace, Llthgow it Oa
vii-urauy et jjavis
J O Dodge tt Co
8anford,'Dupcan tt Co
V D Gaetano c Co
. Thos N Eastern
The Company refer the citizens ot the Southern Confederacy
H a Purl. Sea.. Cashier City Bank.
Joint Kiiku-sx, Istj., Pretident Union Bank.
D Waj,vxs,Etq .Cashier Planters' Bank.
Messrs. Dodolas & Co, Merchants.
" A Wnxxxss tt Co, Bankers.
Parties in the Confederate Government deitrous of sending
Letters &c. to tht Federal Government will please direct the
"tame to American Letter seprttm Co., Nashville,- (under cov
er) enclosing fifteen cents in cub. or Confederate Stamps stents
IT. TJ. S. Government Envelopes or Stamps art of no use to us,
so do not rend them, the rate above given Is fer letters not ex
ceeding X ounce In weight, letters weighing over' ; in ounce'
will hare to contain sufficient money to pay according to regu
lar postal ratet.
TTpFersons in the South desirous, of sending letters' to the
federal Government, will please direct the same to American
Letter Ervrett ( o.. (under cover enclosing ten cents fcrctr.
rlsge. In the first place, It will require tee prepayment of
tne oonieaerate postage to reaea naiaviiie. ana a uaverameni
3 cent envelope to go Leyond this cit , and tht carriave added
as above, ten cents. Lit It be understood that the inside envel
ope should be addressed to the trtiet for whom It Is Intended,
and the outside envelope to our address.
f Federal Gevercment envelopes tote had of us
City. JENKINS fcUtGUIi
Rates of Advertising.
S32T LTNZ3 OR LBS CONSTITUTE A SUASX
' - -HB DATLT.
Ostknitrtloif, 1 Oa XaehaddlUesallntertloa, SO
l.Week ,3 00 Etch additional sqcare, , 150
2 , 4 30 2 00
I'Ueathr 8 00 m w 00
3 - -. 900 50
3 - 12 00 n 00
i i u .iaoo . . oq
12 25 00 ... 10 04
sssstfABU at rxiAsray.
One Square, one yev, $30 Each additional qairevJ10. "
dvortlser exce'edinartbe trpo.ee contracted
for, will be charged for tne excess.
El tids yn.jd.rV '
0 xi Do lux per Scjsare for the first, and Ptrrr Oxxrt for each
Advertisements published la both the Dally and Weekly, wil
e charged, the full dally rates with na-balf the weekly rate
Iramltr.t AdzirUlts-sntt iMittle paid for at Ott tine of
SPECIAL- NOTICE. The" Usnna awn imicu tm eana.net-
ti itrldly upon the Gxxnty item- Ullpaptrt are dltconlln
tied at the .croiratlan of the time for. tchich te-j iare been
paid:- BuitcrtSert vOf bf notified Uhtn their tuUeription
it about to expire, by a caoss max on He tr paper i; and tin
lett tie 'tabtcripllonit reneiced the paper will be dietantLn
fed. Thlt It a rule from tchieJi there wUtbe no departure.
watch for the crott mark, and renew your tubtcription.
JjteBy Union ax a Axxaicax Si per-annim in. adranu. -.
TH-Weekly Uaioa aao Axxaicaa 15 ver annum in ad.
Itr Subscribers desiric'gtbetrpaperseaangedmujtraeatlon
the Post OfftceJVotn.atltellasthenneto. which timdeiira th
Great Fire in. London.; - -
The English papers are filled with an accsunt of
a great fire which took placo in London, on the eve
ning of Jane 22, at which several lives were lost,
and property valued at $5,000,000 destroyed,
The fire occurred in the bonded warehouses of
Messrs. Sen velL in Tooleystreef, Sonthwark. The
boilding.were filled with valuable merchandiso -of
every .description. There weresome-thonsands-of
chc8ts:of. .tea and bales. of silk -stored in thaunner
lloora, while in the lower, was an immense stock of
Russian tallow and tar, oils, bales of cotton, hops
About 6 r. il. smoke was seen lssuinar from the
hemp and jute stored on the first floor. ,0n the ar
rival, of the fire briiado their attention was drawn
to smoke also coming out of the windows' of the
warehouses wbicn adjoined. This lact excited
some, surprise, as it was known that strong party
walls divided the buildings, and it was then ascer
tained, that the workpeople had made the fatal mis
take-'of not closing trie iron doors which 'commu
nicated trith the several floors throughout the range.
nr. r .1.- t?: n
ade, at once predicted that the lira would became
one of great magnitude. The two powerful floating
fire engines and the whole force of the fire brigade
were soon on the scene of action, but most of them
had to remain idle for nearly an hour, owing to a
deficient supply of water. About .71 o'clock, after
p03ting his men in the most advantageous manner,
Air. liraiawooa bupc, entered tne gateway
leading to- the wharf near St Olave's church,
where- four of' his ' men were supporting and
directing twtf branches from the floating
enginer By this time the warehouse in which the
fire commenced was gutted, but the enormous stock,
or tallow which had been stowed in the lower
floors cansed the flsmestoTise to a considerable
height, and. if any tLiirir.ther raced more furious! v
when water was scattered over them. That adja
cent buildings also contained a. larse auantitv of
tallow and. oil which ran down through the loop
holes in a stream to Use vaults as the warehouses
jgniteiL. AtintecTala there were loud reports, au
if from the explosion of combustibles, bet at, the
time Oils did not excite any particular alarm, as the
foreman of the wharf had assured the' firemen that
those warehouses contained no explosive material,
though he .admitted that there was a large stock of
saltpetre in another part of the wharf.
All ot a sudden a ternnc explosion occurred. In
an instant it was seen that the whole of the fron
tage, of the second warehouse was eoming down,
falling outwards ipto.the. avenue, ilr. Henderson:
shouted for .all to run. The men dropped' their
branches. Two, with Mr. Henderson escaped by
the front gateway, and the others ran in the.' oppo
site directionbn to' the wharf, where they jumped'
into the river. Mr. Braidwood made an effort to
follow'Mr. Henderson, but was struck down Dy the.
upper part' of the walL and buried beneath some
tons Of brickwork. His death musthave been in
stantaneous'. Several of his men rushed to extri
cate him, hopeless as the task was,lut another ex'
plosion happening, they were compelled to fly.
. The exertions of ths brigade were quite power
leas' to. check the progress of the. flames. It is
scarcely possible to describe the consternstion
which prevailed. From the rapid explosions which
followed', it was thought that there must have been
a large stock of saltpetre in every one of the ware
houses. The concussions shook the neighborhood,"
and scattered clouds of the burning fragment- over
the panic-stricken district.
At. about 10 o'clock the Are seemed at its worst:
It was not till night fell that tbe tremendous terrors
of the spectacle could be appreciated in all their
horrid grandeur. Never since the fire of 16C6 had
such a scene, been witnessed. The whole south
bank of the.river, from London Bridge, to below the
Custom llouse, seemed one stupendous pile of fire,
glowing at its core with an intensity that made it
painful to look at, and casting A ruddy glare above
on everything tar and near.
The flames' at midnight seemed to advance with a
crackling roar that was terrible, with its millions of
burning flakes filling the air as if the very almost
phere was on fire, and the great ranks of red flame
flapping about their keen thin points With" a dull
noise, and leaping up' high over the houses with
bounds and spurts like fountains of fire. Spread
ing far and wide amid gaunt ruins of walls, cracked
and riven out of shape, lay a perfect .sea of fire
almost as white as snow, from which tho red flames
spring in massive leaps, and scatter like ex
plosions myriads of charred embers nigh into
tbe air. Now a puff .of wind will act on the
ruins far and wide, like a blast through a furnace,
and they spring into a whiteness to which the glare,
of sunlight is mere darkness. While these- cleams
last the spectacle is tremendous. On every side-
are only great vistas ot rugged walls and white
gleaming streets-, the very pavements of which give
off a livid glare that is blinding to look at. The
walls, white with heat, seem like pillars- of fire,
against which, as the breeze drops, tbe flames rise
again, and licking up their sides, seem to flap
against them. and brings the glowing bricks down
in long streams. On every side a great zxass. of
flames is struggling.
iso thing can be seen but a town ot falling ruins.
with great rafters swaying about in fiery tansies
before they fall headlong down nothing heard but
the roar ot flames and shouts of excited thousands,
which drown even incessant dull thumpings of the
engines that are working in all directions. The.
flames spread till they advanced to Chamberlain's
wharf, where ,a sloop and several barges were
burned, the rest of the shipping having been pre
viously hauled out into the stream. A little after
the midnight, the wind leu, and a lew hours after,
all danger of the extension of the fire was at an
end. Not less than 35 buildings and warehouses
were destroyed. The loss of life is not yet cor
rectly ascertained, but probably not less than ten
persons were killed. Their remains had not been
News from Washington.
Correspondence of the Baltimore Exchasgt.
WAsnixoTox, July 0, 1861. A flag of truce is
now in tha city from Gen. Beauregard. It seeks an
exchange of prisoners, and protests against cruel
outrages perpetrated by Federal soldiers upon pri
vate and unarmed citizens of Virginia. Gen. Mc
Dowell, of the Federal forces, accompanies the flag,
and will leave with it to-night or to morrow for
Gen. McDowell was with Gen. Scott two hours
last night. He recommends that no attack be made
with less than 50,000 men, and that they be divided
into three columns. Scott believes that the entire,
success of the war depends on tbe first important
engagement, and while a forward movement is go
ing on in the rear guard of the army, tho reserve
corps and sappers and miners are engaged in erect
ing earthworks in the immediate neighborhood cf
the city. These fortifications now extend from
Alexandria to ueorgetown. 'there is every reason
to believe that Gen. McDowell has Teceived his or
ders to march with the main body of his column
(33,000) for Manassas; so that we may expect to
hear of a grand pitched battle probably on Monday
next. Owing.to reinforcements sent to Gen. John
sten, the real strength of Beauregard's army at the
Junction is not known.
There is yet no cessation in the advance of the
troops from this city. One Massachusetts regiment
left for Alexandria this. morning at six o'clock, and
two other New lorkj are under marching orders,
and expected to leave to-day also. Since last Mon,
day (July 1st) there have passed into Virginia 31,
200 troop, with all their baggage, equipments and
Seventy-one members of the twenty-fifth regiment
New York Volunteers were sent to jail yester Jay
for revolting. They were ordered to repair to the
United states arsenal, and there exchange their En
field rifles for the ordinary musket. The members
above stated refused to comply with the order,
when the Colonel of. the regiment, finding the dis
content becoming general ordered their arrest.
The r ederausts at ana near tails UhurCh are cob-
slftatlj-" BteaW horses.
Ye'vi ?tteJ csn get theirIunds upca. "It's in
. uiiukvuulU out'
One of the Ithmln Tci.n.it .-,-;.. ,...-.. a
his revolver and dcliWatM,, l-;it,i . v
in-SrSM-Krkd&Dowling, valued at
WoOF The soldiers afterwards threatened to shoot
the rlnverif ha uttered a, werd Five more of tho
Zouaves nave- boon arrestM v n,.h';n,t;ii, ;nth
fire riot on Satorday last.
Tha time ofmany of the D.C. volunteer expire
this week. Jdoubt whether a single regiment can
be-re-enltsted for three years. Tneydon'tlike to
live, on what they term "salt boss" (bacon.)
At tho expiration of the. ti
Guards Regiment, ol. Ljle now in vour city,
which will be in two weeks, a Zanava
be organized among those- who intend to stay for
three years. The major portion or the Guards
wi'l,Jiowever,xetum to their home l Philadel-
The measles are raging with violence in tho U. S.
Government nospifal' In this city. This fact is stu
diously kept quiet by the officials.
All the, clerks in every department have been
placed under an- injunction to give no information
on any subject pertaining to tbe army and navy,
their movements, numbers and supplies, without
permission of the chief clerk Of tha head of tho
Hereafter all applicants for information will be
excluded from, the depai taenia, excepting members
of Congress or other officials.
Mr. Breckinridge, who by the customs and cour
tesies of tha Senate, is a member of tha Committee
on-Military Affaire, has had Ms-name stricken from
tho list of members f that Committee by the pre
sent xispuDiican monopiy.
Capture of Colonal Rlcliard Thomas.
Troa tbe Baljsen Sun, July V.
On . Sunday, from information: received of tha
whereabouts of several parties charged with hav
ing participated in the riot of the 19th of April,
laeut..Carmichael,of .CoL Keuly ? police, with an
other, left on a tug boat for Fan-haven, and succeed
ed in the arrest of Cornelius Green and another.
Colonel Richard Thomas of -St. Mary's, who is al
leged to hava been engaged in the. capture of the
St. Nicholas and the three schooner, ladeni with
coal, ice and coffee, got on board the steamer Wash
ington at Millstone landing, On tbe Patuxent river,
for the p-irpcse of coming to Ihia city. When the
boat reached Jairhaven the officers, got on. board
with their prisoners, and amomr tho passengers al.
ready onboard were the crew of the St. Nicholaa
and those of tha Captured schooner?. At this point
the friends' cf CoL Thomas remonstrated against hia
coming to Baltimore, though they were, ignorant of
the presence of the officers on board, but he-persisted
in his determination, and against all entreaty
that could be used ha declared that ha would como
up. Shortly after the boat left, tha pilot of the schoon
er whichrwas laden with, coffee mformed tho officers
of the presence of CoL Thomas and they at once
arrested him. They then drew their pistols and
took their positions on the quarter deck to prevent
tha possibility-of escape by tha small boats. CoL
T. at once determined to leavo the boat if possible,
but ' no opportunity was- afibreded him. Capt.
Weems was then ordered to stop at Fort McHenry,
and on reaching that point all the-prisonera and wit
nesses, an sggregate-.of about twenty men, were
landed, but CoL T. was not to be fonnd, and the or
der was given to push off, after the boat had been
thoroughly searched In every part ; Just as the beat
left the warf, however he was- found in a bureau
in the ladies' cabin, where some of the lady passen
gers had concealed him, and he too was landed at
the Eort. CoL T. as soon as he was arrested, hand
ed his commission to Dr. Edward Johnston, who
was on board, and he too' was arrested, but at onca
discharged upon explanation. CoL Forbes and a
man named James Tongue were arrested, but there
was. nothing upon which to hold them, and Tongue
showed that ha had ju3t received an appointm entas
light-house keeper from tha administration. .CoL
Thomas is a son of tbe lata Hen, Richard Thomas,
for many years president of the Senate of Mary
land, and a nephew of er-GoVernor James Thomas.
Localities Abont be Seat of War.
Cjrrerpondence of the Atlanta Scuthern Confederacy.
Etowah, Ga., July 12, 186L I returned last night
from a visitlo our friends in the Confederate Army,
at General Johnston's Camp, near Winchester, Va.
I. dined at the Camp on Tuesday(.the.3th iust- And
arrived hero last night. To save inquiryjlfiva
the foIIowlBg facts :
My observation -was confined to the following
points; Man asa a3 Junction, Strasburg and Winches
ter these being .the. localities where Gens. Beaure
gard and Johnston, with their forces, are located.
Connected with these, the interesting localities ara
Alexandria and Arlington, on the Potomac, where
the main body of Lincoln's Army rests and is forti
fied. These tre-on the west bani: of the Potomac
the first nine rniles-and the fatter two miles, from
Washington city. Both command a plain' view of
Hie city the- river only between. -The enemy's
forces at these points are not certainly known to
me supposed to be thirty or forty thousand men.
Three railroads lead out from Alexandria, one up
the Potomac to Leesburg which is near the font
of the Bine Ridge, and about 50 miles from Alex
andria perhap3 more. Another railroad leads
from Alexandria to Hampshire. Along the lines of
these roads are the points Yienna and Falls Church
from 10 to 15 miles from Alexandria. A third
leads to Lynchburg, Va., Knoxville and Chattanoo
ga, ienn., and connects at (joraontvrUe, in Orange
county, with a road that leads to Richmond.. Com
ing, west, 30" miles from Alexandria, this road con
nects with the Manassas road, which leads to Stras
burg; 60 miles"; thence to Manassas Gap; from
which it takes its name. This Gap is the pass over
the Blue Ridge. Near the junction of thssa two
roads is General Beauregard's headquarters. His
army occupies tbe country on alL these roads; to
within six and twelve miles of Alexandria, and Ar
lington. Fairfax Court House is between these roads, four
miles from the Orange railroad. How many men
Gen. Beauregard has. I do not know. He has 1,500
men at Leesburg, and holds that place. The enemy
occupy the north cf the Potomac, from Georgetown
Strasburg, on the Manassas railroad, is the point
of leaving the railroad, by turnpike road,.to go to
Winchester, 1C miles. Thence, there is a railroad
to Harper's Ferry, thirty miles. Charlestown,
where John Brown was hnng. is orr this road, 25
mile3 from Winchester. Williamsport-ls-on tho
Potomac, aboye Harper's. Ferry. .- Thence earning
south twelve miles, is Martinsburg, with 2,060, or
3,000 inhabitants. Thence, by turnpike twenty-two
miles, is Winchester. On the way, seven miles-from
Martinsburg, is Buckelstown, called Barkesville.
Three miles from, tb.is is. Bunker HilL
Winchester has about 7,000 inhabitants, and is
Gen". Johnston's headquarters, and his army are
encamped around it. At present; his squadron of
cavalry, 700 or 800, Is at Bunker HOI, to watch the
Patterson, with all his army, said to be 25,000
men. are at Martinsburg and Williamsport.
Johnston has about 15,000 men, and ts being rein
forced .daily. His troops are .-the very best, are
well armed, and have powder and lead aplenty.
They will meet anything, and are a match for any
thing to meet them. Mask A. Coonis.
Gen. A. & Jouxstos. Intelligence from Califor
nia states that Gen. A. S. Jounsto was still at Los
Angeles, on the 15th ult. A valuable service of
plate has been presented to him by his California
friends. It was rumored that he would shortly
leave for Texas by the overland route, and would
ba accompanied by some fifty Califernians, who
s;ek service under Jefferson Da vs. Gen-'JoaxsTox
had received information from Washington, that his
resignation from the Federal army was accepted
The Rome, (Ga.,) Courier ;of the 11th inst says
that section has been favored with more rain during
the past week, which will almost 'Insure a good crop
of corn. The crops in that part of the State, it sajs,
are generally good and forward. There is said to
be not much more than about two-thirds of a crop
of wheat made to the amount sown, yet there is
enough made to do two years. There is a good crop
of oats made.
HAVING thlt day ualiied as the Administrator of Wes
ley Whelets,- deceatedrall -persona Indebted te his esUte
by note or otherwise, a requested to make Immediate pay
ixent Thoee having claimt will present them for fitment
(properly authenticated) to myself or my father, MNIIobsoa,
wb is fully authorised to receipt for any indebtedness and to
pay all demands asralntt said estate.
BTJ3&N A WHJSLXB3. Administratrix of
Jul 8 1m Wesley Whelenu dee'd'
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