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SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 132. HtAEABTtBS, Dtsraicr or West Tdksii, l Memphis, July 8, Ife&t, Ail crossin f of tba riser In ekiff or prirate boat if poi Ively rohibited. Private, b at crosaipg either way wiil be eexed nod tarne i into th Qnartermastets Lepartmeoi; owner or passecgeia arrested and requirtd to take the oath of aJIcgianae, or be placed on. the Arkrnsas mho: and ad monished not to be caugbt withio be Federal line again ob pain of being dealt alUi aa spts. The Kavy ii requested to co-operate with the Diitita y, u the enforcement of thi order. By command of Major Grn. 0. 6. Grant. JOHN A. KAWLIKGS, Jyv-tf Aadst-nt ArfjuUst General. POST HKiDQtJA&TIBd, M XHPBIB, Juiy 8, 1862. J Iba finishing shop of tba Weatein Foundery cn Pop lar street near the river and above tba steamboat landing Baa been taken for barrack! for transient soldiers. All trsmitnt Soldiers at ibis Post not cn duty afcd ail sob as may ajrive bereafter are ordered to repoit at that place to Lieut. H. ti. P. Jennings, commaa '.ant of tba Soldier ' Botue, wbo will fojuitb Ibem sbe'.ter, draw ra ti ni for ibeni au1 forward them to their respec.iv regi ment. T. Lrtr Picket, jj8-lw Co!. Commanding Poet. Hot Subject. The weather. Interesting Publication. The Union Appeal, whose 1st and 4th pages contain aeon n acted report of the Battles of Richmond, which we advise everybody to read and no body to swear by. Cobbection. We lately gave the name of the commanding officer of the Second Brigade incorrectly. It should have been Brig. Gen. John M. Thayer. Peusonal Major Perrell, Paymaster, U. 8. A., left the city yesterday on a brief visit to Louisville, Ky. He will return in a few days and open a pay department in the building formerly occupied by the Bank of West Ten nessee. Pv est ac rant. For the famishing stranger, or the native Meraphian, the restaurant of Mr. W. Cooper, on Madison, between Main and Second street., presents special attractions. No one eallsonce who does not feel like calling Board or Claims. This Board holds it sessions at Gen. Slack's headquarter, at the Charleston depot. It ia crowded with business, and justice is administered to all parlies with commendable dispatch. Many most interesting facts have been brought to light, some of which we purpivso to lay before our readers. R eco kd Kit's Coukt. There were but ten eases tried before Recorder Moore yes-terday, of which none was of sufficient importance or interest to justify record. Among the cases was that of Pat. Marly, who, occupying a room in a lady's house, fan. (ied himself boss of it all, raided a ruction to put her out of her own bouse yesterday, and this morning raised $10 for the Recorder. Arrests. Two arre?t were made by the military authorities yesterday. The mott important was that of Mr. Mor gan, agent of the Memphis and Charleston railroad, who was conveyed outside the city, taking up his residence with his wife and fam ily at the dwelling of Sam. Tate, late president of the same road, and aid-de-camp to Albert Sydney Johnston . The other arres-t was that of Mr. George Warren, former telegraphic operator in Cin cinnati and in Memphis, and lately of the Mississippi and Tennesson railroad, who has just returned from tha Soi-th. A CARD. CYuimuu!c'd. It is truly amusing to see with whit inten sity some people of this city labor to convince the Federal authorities that all our citizens ' have teen disloyal to the United States gov ernment. How far they have succeeded we do not pretend to know, but one fact is true, they remind us of the large boys who pushed the small ones through the fence to steal water melons, and when caught, attempted to p&li ate their crime by saying, with their finger in tmi. msiitth thai il T 1 1 1 .'Tn , c .... 1 n rw- ,1 i. j them ar little ones on the inside," and (as if to furnish consolatLn) "you can't punish me without punishing them also.'' Now it does seem to us that this is just the position of the Secessionists of Memphis. There are many, (may wo not say thousands?), in this city who well remember how much sweat and hours of labor certain editors and other big ones of tie rebel school have t pent in order to push the small ones through the secession hole, how many gaudy misrepresentation have been painted by them in order to convince the small ones that it was their du y to rush through ; and gather the fine glittering millions which were in store for them in the rebellion camp. Day afier day they pointed out the beauties of j Southern independence; night alter night they , haunted the lull, ones with the chorus " the j time has come when all men must show their j I 1 1 .... . i, .1. 1 iiauu r icavo couuvry , tine alter line uas been written and published to impress upon their minds that "it was the duty of all who were not willing to surrender all of honor ,uy ,r. . V : JT 1 "u , V. kt;:..r,t a T 1, . . 3 . 1 ,T mo buuhhwii isi-s ui .us jnwi, suu i ne am- Slans ci the West to rally to the Standard of tha South, aad sustain our brave generals who had confidence in our armies and are hopeful of success.' This, and mure than this, they did to increase the number of little ones on the in- side of the fence, and now some of them seek to cover the part they havw played by saying ' all, ali are guilty, and humanity demands that none should be punished because all would suffer. How unkind, to say the least of it, and yet how full of sympathy these dear leaders i?em to have become, but. the secret of all their sympaly rests in the fact that the goad jags of a guilty conscience impress them with the idea that the day of retribution is at hand I ud wo is me 1 The promptings of such taunts that "all are cuilty," may be accounted for ipon the principle that misery loves com- pany."-If justice had been their object, v . , , .... , . why not tell the whole story ? Why for. get to state the fact of shaving heads for anti-eeee&sion sentiment and expression ? Why forget to U-1I that, an old man, near three score and ten, driven from the polls be cause he wished to veto the Union ticket and would vote no other? Why not state the fact that negro mn were made to hang in effigy Andrew Johnson, because of his Union speech made in the Senate of the United States ? They forgot lo tell that David M. Currin and some other secession leader issued an edict that in order to know who was unsound, a red ticket should be used and "voted open," that those who did otherwise should be "spotted" as traitors or tories. They fail to relate the fact that many were deterred irom going to the polls on account of this edict, and that boys of the age of fourteen were allowed to vote, in order to swell the secession majority. It does not euit their policy to announce the fact that threats were made to hang any man to a lamp post or awning who should dare to vote against separation and representation on the 8'.h cf June, 1861. Nor is it consistent wkh their feelings to holdup to public gaze the doinge of the in fernal inquisition they established under the euphonious title of : Vigilance Committee" or "Safety Committee." They are unmindful of the many" nocturnal outrages committed by armed gangs prowling about private residences and dragging nea from their beds, their fam ilies, and forcing their devoted wives into prison for clinging to the form of their only protector and supporter. They find it very convenient to omit the fact that negroes were employed instead of white men for the avowed purpose of compelling white men to go into the army for the want of support and employ ment at home. It would be criminal to state the fact, that poor white men were forced to go as deck Lands ud steamboats, while able, bodied men in fine clothes secession barker were ordered to be discharged, and the officer sent to- press them, informed that " such were not the men wanted, it was poor Irishmen." These and many other facta which we might enumerate are known to them, and not forgotten, even while they attempt to cover 'heir own treason by pointing out the guilt of others, those too, whom thev have forced to the crime, and but one conclusion is left relative to their efljrta, that it is unjust, devoid of all that is honorable, and renders them fit only for the execration of all high toned and honorable men; and, in conclusion we would suggest to our authorities the pro priety of sending such men South, as they are but the smoldering elements of treason await ing the fanning of the first breeze of reverse to wreak their vengeance upon the heuds of those whom they now make the cover for sheirown treason. Old Geit. tfouL Play. News reached town night before last, that a Mr. Dunn had beeu mur derously asbailei not far from the city, and yesterday a wagon load of his acquaintances went in search of him. We have not heard of the result of their mission. The National Republican asserts that the friends of Gen. McClellan intend to hold the President responsible for the failure to ade quately reinforce him. It is pretty evident that he was not adequately reinforced, and somebody at Washington must shoulder the responsibility, though why it should be the President is not apparent. It is a fact which will barely be credited in this country that, of all the women married in England in the year 1860, more than 60,000 were unable to write their own names. Throughout the nation, in one marriage in every six, neither man nor woman could write. RIVER AND STEAMBOAT SEWS. ARRIVALS YKSTIRDAT. Job l. Prry Cap A.C.Zeig'.er DEPARTtTBKS TO-DAY. Silver Mom -..dpt. John Bogber . SL Louis. ..Cinciunatl. The Forest Queen left yesterday afternoon for Cincinnati, heavily laden, carrying some 150 bales of cotton and , much miscellaneous freight. We trust Capt. Conway will have a successful trip.l i --i - T . The City of Alton left here yesterday after noon at advertised time, rather lightly laden. She sails for St. Louis, and Capt Barnes reckons on a quick trip. No Papers being printed un Sundays at St, Louis or Cincinnati that overreach herebe fere Wednesday, our river column is rather meagre. ' , ' i MARRIED. On tbe 8th instant, by the Bev. Dr. Grundy, Mr. M. Coovca to Miss Asa Jure, daughter of J. D. Davie, I Xsa.., all of this city. ,. COMMERCIAl. MEMPHIS WHOLESALE MARKET. ' V Datlt Chioh Arrest Orrica. ) .'"V " ToisnsT, July 8,1862. J Revised daily for the Ukiox Apteai, by J. D. fmaw. whr,lAalA and retail pToeflr. No. 24 Madison . o ; Itreet between Main street and Front Bow. i COTTON 28 to 28c for Treasury notes and Northern 1 money, 24 to 27c in gold. The market is active. : FLOUB-Sale. of anperfine at $3.25 to ; double , extra, (3.25 to $8. i BACON Sales of canvassed hams at from T to 8e ; plain do, country cured, 5 to 6e ; shoulders, 3 to 44c ; sides, 6 to 7c. - . LARD Sales at from "i to 8c, in bbls ; choice, in tegs, 8J to 9c. I BUTTER Sales of good at from 15 to 18c; plenty ' m market. EGGt Sales at from 6 to 8c do. , MACKEREL Sales of No. 1 at $18 i bU ; half-bbls. 110; No. $ large, bbls, $13.50: half-bbls, $7. White fish 6c lb. HERRING Sales of Holland at fi keg. BEANS Sales of choice white at 52.W) tg bnshel ; choice navy, $2.25 to S2.50; castor beans SOe. y PEAS-Sales of split at $2 bosh. HOMINT Sales of Hint at $15 bush. CORN MEAL Sales at $2.00 bbl. j- CANDLES Sales of star, in large quantities, at 13 i)15c,!b. -- LAGER BIER Sales at f.10 to $11 bU, with a downward tendency. The above quotations are in Federal currency. ! MONET MARKET. t Tennessee money is 25 per cent, discount ; North ' Alabarnai35 j ent. GEXEE1L MECIlAL ORDER So. 1. HOSPITAL REGULATION TOE THE DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE. ARTICLE lst-ADMISSIOSS DISHUBUTIO S Of PATIXST3 Emtio 1. Aa it ia desirabia to avoid the crowding of patient - ia the permaneabhoepitala, none wi'l be a (sui ted wbo an not eoeatantly, or ia great part cetiimd te their bade : far all other, aa welt aa eon aiesceata, tba camp boapital ia the beat place. Exceptions tbia rale ia, where toe corpg to which the etc belone, is a the march not having testa and camp guard Whin , and not being su plied with surgeons f jt each emtable camp hoap taa will be established in conveuieut plate. Stc. 2. A'l patient aent to permanent hoejirals, w.ll be furnished with the following paper, via : Surgeons cer tificate eetting Ix-th "Diagoom Progooei and general treatment of the 'diaoaae and it dura ion. 2 1- MnaWr and escriptrra roll, clothing and pay-accaint Should the captain of companies baTe b enka, they nt ccpy the forms oat of the rev iaed Army Regi.lati ss. The surgeon 5 charg ia not to reject any patient for want of inch papers, bat immediately notifr th delin qnent effioer of the omission, and if not rectified ia nason aol time, report him or 'hem to those heedqaartrr- 8xc 3. Immediately after the morning riait, the at tending surgeon ;U report to the argn in charge tba i am, and ward of any patient whom he toay consider in a fitting sa to return to hi camp, and be ha', icg silis fy ed himself of t'le facts, will furnish the sol bx a pasts to hi regiment, eetting forth whether he eoosiies him fit to return to doty or otherwise. ABTICLX 2nd. SCBGKOSS AND THKlK ASSIST ANTS. ECToa 1. Thj chief surgeon will set a- supri intend- ant of tha whole establishment, and anally hare in charge i Hygetce. Ha will make frtqaent iusptctiot of the wards, the kitchen, the water closet: and tee that alhi nbortlinatea are at their posts. He will as far aa possible rectify a'l disorder on the spot, or if necerj teport tha same. He wiit ainiit iisr r ..d gir them suitable icstrocliJti fur their ii-t-r var' wit!, tt e sick. 8 EC. 2. The suistant snrgeoos mi 1 haTt-d fiuitecharges assigned them by their chief aid him in the pert rni nice of hi .laties and Tiait the tick, i least twice a dny. The morning call will commence at S ' H. the eni ii.g call at 5 T. m. icb auitiant sargeon i!I note Lis pre scriptioos. at the bed -side o the patient, as w-lt as th diet pre cribed, and hsn 1 the same to the ln-pial stew ard, when the call is finished hi him, to b ent red in the prescription and diet bnoks. Ssc. 3. Nursea wi:l be kind aod ailertiooate with V sick entrusted to tbslr care, allow t amselTe bo nutime ly JasU or proiauit) , under military penalty. Sec 4. F mU-f nurass, while they are expected o con duct themaeivs with the otm'st dignity and proj,rie y, will at once report to the chief surgeon or Medical Direct or any rnde'ie-is or impropr ety of conduct sga nt them selres. Sec. 5. All tbeoftisersand noraes will Iw muster.! lit the chief surgeon at 7J, a. ., aad at 9 r. m., at iob time the asaiitant surgeons w ill report that they re s .1 Isfled taat ail the stck are in their wards. Ere. t. The ward-m ater ill 1 assist 1 ia bii duties by the female nurses, in tha sup-rvisioc of tlie clothing, wa hing and c oking dupartmenis. ARTICLE 3d PATIENTS AND VISITORS. Sic. 1. Pa lent wiU obey and use all prescription made ibr them ty the medical offise-a, aud administed by the nurses, will conduct themeee with propriety, use no profaue or indecent langua e, nuder penalty of tt for every offense, to accrue to the hospital fund. 8ec. if. Patients la the judgment of the aasis'ant sur geons, able to do s s will rise it Ii aud make their beds. Src. 3. All patients will, on entry iuW tha hospital, I divested of thfir own clothing, aud after twin; washed, shaved and combed, if their state ad nits of it,le in Tested in hospital garment. . At their dismissal they will fevve all hospital clothing aad resume their own, which has In the mean Mini beea tltoroaghly cleanx d. . Ssc. 1. Visitor will be admitted (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M. till 5 r. m. They will send up their card, with the object of their visit toths chltf surgeon, who, if not incompatible with the good of the sici will admit them. Ssc 5, Ko-wiue, beer or spirituous liquor, will b giv eu by vioitors to the patients, and ihey, as well as delica cies, rau-t be delivered to the surgeon for the benefit ot any of the sick, that may nKt require them, giving however, the friend ot .he visitor toe prefereure. ludi- vidnalixed charity pr da-es heart bnrniegs and ja' ousies, and is thTe ra improper ia this cane. Ssc 6. Persons desiriug to visit sirk prisoe.s-of-war. must hatein addition a p-rmit from the l'ror t Marshal fic. 7. Clergymen, in their oficiai functions, will be admitted at a I h urs. Sec. . Arrangements are to be made to celebrate Di vine service every Snndat morning, for such r-f the sick as are able and wiUinlaa a' teed. JOBS G. T. HOLSTON, Jj4-tf Medical Director. . i. - Hjabquaktbss Poaso or Clsims, Mswfbis, Teas.. July I,18fi2. : The Board of Claim submits th following rules for the government of parti. a asking relief and contesting claims. 1. Tha party asking relief, must make a short succinct statement in writing, showing that the property in con troversy, is in military possession, and all the nets le Utive to the sul jtct matter of contioveray m- st be clearly stated and the statement thus made, mast be sworn to by the party prosecuting. - -f; 2. All the par: lea interested must be named in tbe pe tition, sod must have notice f such prosecution. 3 The written statements of all psrtiej will le beard. 4. Arguments, except a s'.crt statement of tbe parties will not be heard. " 5. Tbe Board will mset at 9 A. M . and 2 pm. 6. Cass set for trial at a particular bonr must be hard at the time, or they will be dismissed without good reas on can be shown for continuance and not again heard. O XN.j- JAMES B. SLACK, J. A. McLAUUHLLK, V Board. . R. P. Dc HART X0TICE. t The officers and soldiers at Gen. Hurlburt's Di vis- si on are requested to report to Capt. Joha M. Marble, at the Gayose House, this morning, at 10 o'clock, to make arrangements to join their commard. J. R. SLACK, Je24-tf . ' ' Colonel Commanding. GENERAL ORDER SO. 19. HaARQCiBTEas os Sts&meb - Vos Phcx. ia. BaiaaDK, 3s-DrvT8ioif Dist. Miss. - , - Msmphis, Tenn-, June 8, 1862, All negroes, except those who came with the com mand to this place, and of whom descriptive lists are filed at these headquarters, will be excluded from the lines and boats. , Any officer or soldier violating, or conniving at a violation of this order, will be severely and promptly punished. , This order will be read at the heads of companies lO-morrow, 9th inst., and at guard mounting every morning for a week, G. N. FITCH, TAKE ISfOTICE! 1XFASTRY, C iYALEl AHD AETILLEETMEN YY - and SHOE house in Cincinna i, at JTO. 295 JtSain SC., Jtlemphig. Our BOOTS, SHOES aud BROGAN3 are made EXTRA WIDE txpressly mr heavy marching. , TJucls Sam's men are respectfully invited id call, aa their kind of money buys good cheap at No. 295 Main street. ,". Jy4 It wFFICIAL LETTXS LIST. LIST OF LETTERS remaining ia the POST OFFICK at MEMPHIS, Tenn., for tha waekendinv July sta, ISsJt. Persona calling for theaa letters will any " AdTarased." LADLES' LIST. .A. Aadarauo mrs Hary W 13 Baithropa miss J d.e Bairow Bias Bridget Beard mrs Wsa S Bernard mrs ti Black miss Martha Byei n Loamine Buurwa mra James t Boaet mra J W riryant mrs Hannah 3 Braddie mrs aacv Br xihsr mrs I ia A - Hr.ua mra Margaret Butler mra Angwsta Bullnrd mis Mary Butler mrs Nelly C Bid mi a Wm ti c Caa-el miss Kat OUiow mrs An a fart Oayce mrs H C Clifton mra Martha Akin brt O C Bjunatt an 4ar-aret BarUa sin FraticU B Berlin mrs Wu Bodtord Ha y S Bewgito mis S a Boytt mrs Karah A UoTtr mrs Nargarvt Bojd miss busie J Brokis r tieotge Bro nicg mrs Mary E Brown m Harsh t Brown m aaran a Brmscll ura lh mas ttiiognet mis Maggie Beraot Hannah Bu'ke mrt Margaret l.jbee mrs Margaret L Caiie Wrj mrs Barbaiy Cahill mrs f Caaaady sirs M Ckaut '' mrs Hary C Ctuta airs Kim Clark mi-a Mary A d Cunuiugham mrs Parut. a K CoopWnd miss Jane Coiiior mis M'ili Otb uii M R etcher Oaward ruin tussa Cohen miss fiachei t Vouch mrs Mary Kllaa Collier mrs Agies Cole mrs I. A Cralt air- Mary r Daho ; mra tiet'eca Dt s mss Fra k Uurker am W m J Dai nit Mollis i t h rty m ss Dnahu miss KIWa Droyr Ann ia suUa Mattia " Dunn n.rs D L Devacey mrs P T D.xon m s Sullie U Downs mrs Henry K Djrney. Widow Dyke wrs S M E Kudu mrs Caroline KtU mrs BsttM Eppea miss Mollis Annis mi-s MollU K 2 Krw a mrs Klicabotb Fi-rel mrs CI . Fliaigan mrs Margaret Hiun mrs C M Ftaunaa miss Bridget Foib-j mrs LI Vroemau mrs kobt Fliowe mrs Aun SejvT mis Josephine Fiiuu aji Folger mra f K Fobjc-r mrs K H Francis miss Mskrtrtt Frauccia miss Lou s ti (Saaacct mra Feth (111 sou n,rs Him Gilbert mis Dr staiuut (Iri u mil Uarta Gratidsur mrs tlrant mrs Margar Gwyn mias Georgia till-ry mra W ilsoa Oirley mrs u G Oo-ilrey mis Iudia M Gregg mrs Barah Gratiam mr Ana Gutbry mi4s Utnriatt Hampton mi Mary K A Haw ey mis dareu Hamilton miss iniie T Manly mrs Faanie L Hall mis Mollis Harriaon miss Molllv Hisgins mis Ann Hicney miss Margaret K- ddleston mrs J F Homitey mrs Bridget Housu.u mrs Msry Uahn mi-a Kmma H tthaway niha Jennie Uarrtson mrs Mat is G Hamilton miss Anna liar. Is miss Ada Hawthorn misa Nancy Hathaway miss Mary Jane Hardy Can line Henk I miss tt T -Hughes mrs Mary Holland mrs Julia How. rd miss Kmtua I Inmau mrs J Jobs m Fannie J bnson miss Sarah Jennings miss A Igol madam Jacks n mrs George Joyce Hary Ara Joaea mra Jasper Jones mrs J c Kay mrs R L Keaih mrs Katharine Keller miss Mag 3 . King mrs laiau Klein mra VictorU Kay mr Klsia M Keating mrs Josephine X King mrs Lelia K Knapp mrs Alvin G Layne mrs Martha -Langbe n mis I beressie Loo.ey miss Jeaonis Lyna mrs Lea L Mc Le Martin mrs W I Law mrs farah U Lehman mrs Carol) u Lfon mrs Anna McCauley mrs KaU MoOon mrs Geurge McDounald Margaret McLomore mrs Am M(Kibbeu mrs Aun Maria McKeon mrs Mary A McVelia mrs Bar k McD Massey miss Anna McOurty mrs John !c Mor.le ura aiiiia McGebee mr sraaes McNult miss ollie i Hattie McKenna mr Johanna McClur misa Irene M Martin mrs Harriet 2 Marshall mis A ecus'. a A Marshall mrs Margaret Massey mi's Addison Merrill miss Nellie Marks miss Anna Marshall miss Anna Malky miss Margaret Mara Mnrv O M iter mrs Klisabetk Merrill miss Jennie Miller miss Irene 3 Miller mrs Miua . Minter mrs Klixa Morrison airs Amolia Meyert Sir Margsretta M teller mies Barbara M nford ruins Mary Miller mrs Margaret Monlle madame Morris niri Wan en J 1ST Nicholson Ilaiiuab W o ' Oldrige mra Joha Oliver mrs t-raa X i Palmer mra H C Parks mis Sall e Piqua m ss Emma Pickett miss mma ' ' Phillip mr Nannie' R ' " ttne mr Mary F Kobb mrs P A Napei Sosaua 2 Set I mra R B Oberst mrs P C 0' Brine mi Annie Oliver mrs Sarah Parhner mrs Locy A Par ham mis n G Pendleton mrs Pickett mrs Wm 3 Powers Margaret Power miss Mary 2 Reidy Bridget Robinson mr Mary A Koon-la mr J s. -Rowland mrs M J , Bussell mrs Mary Helen ltice mrs Mary s Sanders mrs K.ixa Panai ans ads Elisabeth Singleton mrs MolUe Shortel mrs 8pofford mrs 8 A f tout mrs Carol ne 2 Stark mra T L Smith Nancy Schacklett mrs K Stewart mrs J A Stith mr Cornelia Straw mr Ruby Schsder mrs Elisabeth Sherwia mrs L Shannon miss Cathe-iue Smith mrs Frank Wood SaSarran mr Sallia X Sim mrs Jame Schacel mrs Martha J Shean mr Hannah Stockley mra L J Shovey mrs 8 O Shettleworth mrs Anu Hiiter Mollis b'een mrs Mary 2 Stillmaa mra L J Stovall mrs Martha Stillman mrs L J Hmith mrs K D 2 Sml'.h mrs H-nrietta D SUriver mrs Wm T Taylor miea Maggie Taft mr Frank T.mple mrs Lucy Tutwiler mrs A B Turner mrs Polly Ann Tsgg mrs Joseph ThoBison miss Mary S Taylor miss N Maria Terse mrs Charles Thomas mra Bichard L Tyler mrs Virginia A Thompson Mrs Mary Toof mrs Stephen C ' Teaj; e mrs AUes Wa lace mrs Mary Vhatxon e iss Ida Wallace mrs H M Watson miss Mary Ware miss Kity Western mrs W W Ward miss Jane Warfleld mra Wetters mias Warner mrs Lucia Wells mr A T Williamson miss Mrjy J Wipper mis Jane Wing mra Isabella Wiloerbrand mrs Henrietta Warthaa mrs Husaa J Wheeler mr Margaret O w hsleu mrs illen White Martha Wbitmora mrs Mary Whilhslm mra A man da Terby Nancy Tell mr H X GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Adams James Addy Wm Allen T F Alden Joseph AlgesWmJas AinsleeJno Andrews A Glisa- Andrews A R Aran Pat ' Alexander Joseph Andrews Jos 8 3 Anderson WG Andrews Geo W A tier Jacob Arnold George ' Ashton J B Arlt F W on 2 Amanett Jaa 3 Anderson TF AlteChas Applegate Wm Apperman E M. Arnold Frank Arnold A Son Avery Esq Archer W T Applegate H W 33 Babcock W R Back man H F Backer August John Ball BaerBernhard BasrdDrCSB Ball WD Bankbead James Bankhead Mr Banders Chaa Bannslo Chaa Bannister H a Barnes T W Beaman 8 C Beektel John Behmitt J Bell WM " Bergewater Wm. Blackburn B F Bishop P Billings Jacob ' Boettner Wm. Bolton J L Boremsky B Braom Jacob . Barton G H Baibee Elder Dr Battaile Victor Bayler Willis Becker G H Beektel B K BeehnChas '. Begber John T Bell Wm M Benson E A 2 Bentiam EC. Bergeman Geo Berlin J J BeanvUle Mr Black A Pittman Bledsoe Job Bishop C , Bishop B Bitterman R Bixler Samuel BohlenWm Bohlin Mr Boonnan C H Born Julius Boro Jamea r Boyd Capt A T Boyd John Brsviish L 2 Ureman Jehn Bridges W" W Brooks A Suggs Krown 1 Bryarly T 1 Brow a Jacob Brown John Brown J S Buckley io D Buckley Thus Bugano Go Bulgar J Q Burreil J a Burgett Henry BurbankB Butler John J BntUear F H Bradabaw Tom Briggs Ja Brash Jno W 2 Brown Bedford Brock J Buffingtoa Asa Bullard Levi 8 Burnett Headrix alker 3 o CSaceyMr Caldwell Rosa A Caakkine P Carr C 2 Cayce m c Chase T J Check George Cannadcs.pt P Cole Ed W Connell Hiram connor Stephen col nil e Geo W collins Mick copenhaver a coopero v cooper A J cork a a creighton L r craig aichard coward asm Cake Mr A Camp Calnit l'at Calvin A iar Camp A o Lrey b r Carson Jas Clark Jasper P Chamberlain c Church Chaa Coak Riley Conklin Pat Connell James Carta right J V tJilps m CUrk Morton O Cbatnagne A co Church e Cogswell E B Connor James connellv Petr counor Cornelius col Tin William col by John collopy M corns took Wui cortiine i w Copland admond cooper W m co cordes a costello James craig airam coyle aternard 2 ciore d t lordes c crenshaw win randell a a cox si Dashner rraucis Daly martin Daniels c 2 Davis seorga Dayton a u.u. lap nr Delouch c Dewhurst Tho De Bow Samuel Dickey calvin S Dillin Hiram Diehl u r ltayal Christopher Dorle sen Tkuan James Downey t j Donavan w Donavan a 2 Dusnphcy James Duvnll James a Dromgole r jf Irurey ret-er E Eddy williara 4 Eddy oeo j Eakin wi! Edwards retter Elliott A Atwood Krskine John Daniels Orrin Davidson w r 4 Deny Charles Dearth a J Ping xlbridge Doughty Ton Loenh euido , Doutar Duffie wm Driu w s Epdy wilbur Eokent F Eichberg Ellis j st Ellis J At Eyke Martin Estep Charles Emerson T or Eusel A Ellis w c Ensley E Ellwood Jasper J Eseales M Estes H A Co I? 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Chief of Police, t'aptain or Agent steamer Poekett. L. BUTLER, Spkcial Agent ix charqr Memphis P. O. SPECIAL ORDER' KO. 12. nr-T, i t of wit teskes:ek, Urricx or thi P.ovos Mhsb4l G.kebal. i M sphis, Trnnessje, Ju?y 4, 18G2. i . . . If any pn piin.j' f oj, ey!i. of any luiidit g in aLy owu or c.t wuhio ;hi District ia the cecnpancy cf the Federal bj my, halt di play cr iiiff-r 1 1 be displayed, front hi., or ht-r house ar y treasonable fi tg o. ether emblem in tsi.d d to insu t the Federal army or loyal titit 'lie, it shall be tbe duly of ihj Local Pruvovt Mxrubsl to tak immediate .. mi u f kucli builtliug ar.d :emovn th oo. u .act-i, aii'i touve t tl e snine to hi-spir-d or other 0v emuHUt us. ' WM. 3. 1UL1.YEB, " 1 Provost Mataha! G-nerl, jyS tt . . District Wmt Tenu. GENERAL MEDICAL ORDER So. 3 IlSADQUlRTEKS. DlSTSICT OF WKBT TsNNFrSBB, Memphis, July 3, 1S62, Ssctios I. Tb rank of medical.ag well as otkt t ufficei t is decided accord iug to Section. 5 aud Sectiou of lb Revised Army B'gulatioos. Where the'elore a urgeoa of the United Stiit Army, or a Brigade surgeon Krv.s with a Invi-ion, holding hi commission from the Presi dent he takes precedence before nil n Omental siiroi. au is the senior officer. . A circular issued Irom thi war office, Washington, hro gb the Adjuiaut-General of tbe United Slates Auny, defines that lh- seuior Med c.tl Officer of a PhirsH.ii is ex-'.fflcio to the Medical Director thereof. 8rc. 2. Medical Directors 01 Division yt.'A inspect the regimental hospitals, instrument), midicines and Kt ies, and see that thoy are ulwajs in efficient stKte for iuatut use. : ''! SfC. 3. Medical Directors of Divisions will see thut Surguons (if regiments carefully keep tbe various records required by tie regulations. Stc. 4. To facilitate Isbor, Medical Directors ot Divi sions will require the eenior Engineer of ch brigniie to collct fri m the Regimental Engineers tbeir mot.th'y and quarterly reports, consolidate them for the brigad , and s-t d th 'is Directors of Divisions who iu mis w 11 c nso i.. t brgide reports nu transmit 'o tie Medical Dire.: i ..' tbe Die r'ct thee tiBolidted divisi.a ivport wiihon ; . Sio. 5. Regiik.. . I ' ' ; ti . ill. . .ory moruing, make to the commander of w.. regiment the mornit g npert lequired by roulatioiir, aud sead a copy of the fiamu to the Medica l Director of Division. By order of Msj n -General Giaut. J'-HS G. J. UOLSION, Jj4:if i ilkal Diicto.. GENERAL ORDER JfO. 5. BXADOCABTl&g, U. 8. FoBCtti. 1 Memphis, Tenn., June 20, UG2. j Tha officers of Police of the city of Memphis are hereby required, within three days, to oome before the Provost Marshal and take the oath of allegiance as prescribed by said Marshal for those asking passes. All Police officers Jailing ur refusing to comply with this order, will be arrested and detained for trial. By order of JAMES R. SLACK. Col. Commanding Post. Official : M. P Evans, A. A. A. Gen. in20-tt ISPORTAKT ORDER FROM GENERAL. GRANT'S COMMAND. SPECIAL ORDERS No. 4. HxaSQCABTIM DlSTBICT Ot WCST Te.KLS8ES.) (Office Provost Marshall General.) V Mxwrats, June 28, 1S02. J - e . . a Passes issued for persons to psss out of ts city will be understood to mean the person alone, and will not include goods, letters or packages. Where letters are found on persons passing out, without being marked PASSED by the Provost Mar shall, Post Commander or General Commanding, they will be seized and delivered to the Provost Marshall and the oflender arrested. Powder, lead, percussion caps and Ere arms of all descriptions are positively prohibited from being car ried out of the city by citizens. Citizens are also pro hibited from carrying them within the city limits on pain of forfeiture of such weapons and ten days con finement, for the first ofTene, and expulsion South o our lines, to be treated as spies if ever caught within them thereafter, for the second. By command of Major-Gen. U, 8. Grant. Wit. 8. HILLFER, Je29-tf Provost Marshall General. FOU SALES OR LEISE FOR TEK TEARS. A BEAUTIFUL BLOCK OF BULDJKUB ou th -con er of Madison and Third street", fronting 148 (est on Third, and 74 on MauIjo i street, in the center ot the ciiy ot Memphts. This property is fineiy suited and situatid for a Hi tel. kept oo the Knglish style. The building is four storied high, the main portions being on the ee end story, the first being accee sable with three entiances from off tbe pavement, wiihont any connection with tbe upper I ai t of the hotel if desirvd. This property can be purchased tor one hall cash, the balance in ore. two, three, four and five .vears, enabling tbe party purchasing, to pay with certainty ons ball from the proceeds of the house A treat b rgsin can here k bad by applying between row and the last of this month to me, at my otfcea in the Gavcso Block, or at my riSi dence ou tbe Cbarlaston and Memphis railroad, one at d a half mil from the ci- y. j,g 2V , D. M. LEATHER MAX. GE5EXAL ORDER 3f0. 3. HasDacABTxas Uhited States Fokces, 1 Memphis, Tenn., June 13, 1SG2. J Hereafter the dealing in, and passage of, currency known as "Confederate Scrip," or "Confederate JJates," is positively prohibited, and the use there! s a circulating medium regarded as insult to the Gov ernment of the United States, and an imposition upon the ignorant and deluded. All persona offenuing against the provisions of this order will be promptly arrested and severely punished by the military authorities. By order of JA9. R. SLACK, Col. Com'g Post. M. P. Evans, A. A. A. General.