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Contents or our First and fourth Pages. The Conyention St. Sammedary'i Speech YaT Speech Eanney'a - Effusion Thur man'g Talk The Battle or Monday Latest by Mails McClellan's Address to the Army of the Pctomac Capture of a Eebel Boat 8 Eich&rd III Base Ball Match Poetry-I From India Shakespeare's Fall-bearer Bu ried in Virginia Skedaddle Earnings, e'.e. etc. etc Thirty Mori Mis Wasted. Lieut. M, S. B. Troax, of CapL Hough's company, says that company seeds but thirty more men to complete its quota. They are needed before Saturday. Impressed, robbed, and vppxessed Tenntsseeant, gather to the avenging rar.ks of Liberty, end the rebellion,' and bring back with victoiious standards, the. old peace, the old Union, and the old prosperity. Call at the recruiting office, Nd. 25, Front Bow. Becokdxk's CotTRT. L. Batto was fined at the recorder's court yesterday the sumaiof $11 50 for promenading Main street with a negro female on bis arm. J; Barden vat also fined $11 50 for teuingquilla and blanfceU belonging to the station house, in which he was confined ; for- high ' Crimea and misde Jtaeanors. The total number of cases tried before this august and puissant tribunal was yesterday but these, aad the floes collected amounted to $23 00. ' Recorder's court ain't "whit It use to Was." ... , ,..,!...;., . ., NjJii.i . Firr. A fire broke out yesterday at 1I a V., La the stable at the back of Mrs. Johnston's residence on Third street, between Jefferson and Court. Little damage was , sustained . be yond the destruction of the roof of that' su perb equine dwelling. The firemen were rap lily oa the ground, and, averted what might have spread into a mort disastrous conflagra tion, the Adjoining dwellings communicating with the stables by son dried shads. J y (') Tbx V kathzb. Tbe h ut continues una bated ; and as the bricks and flagging are be ginning to radiate what they have secreted, Walking becomes more and more oppressive. Oh ! for a day's rain. t The organ of Holier,, the voice of Bosio were lees grateful to the ear than the pattering of the rain-drops now.':' ATTBND'IIjdo & Co.'s auction sale this morning, of sugar; wine, tobacco, ete.lka atire stock of R. U. Becktel & Co., at 337 Main street, near Union. Sugar buy erV shdulf be on baDd in tioat. , ; . .. juia lb n. Expatriation a or xhs Light Fixsx&u Disciplxs or Mircurt. We hear from mu- nirinal unthnrit'ofl that fill thinxti atiAntfta disfeptuabla characters, politicians e ViepteJ will be sent ojtgide the lines in a day or two; . and if they should attempt to again honor the "City of the IMuff with tbeir presence, they will be promptly received and attended to by the military authorities. "The way of the transgressor U bard," but never to hard as when it leads to Secessia. they cbancaj to meet, and entering business Bouses and private -dwellings, dragging men loy&l citizens of the United Stales from their business and destitute wires and children, compelling them, by biutol force, to work or fight ia the damnable crasaie against the gov ernment of th United States. For weeks a number of these poor fellow?, having no means of defense, were retained in the militia camp under a guard appointed by the colonels and captains, and not even allowed a furlough to 'go w sea their families, or to ar range the business by which they gained a livelihood. I saw wives, daughters, mothers and sisters, whose pathetic tenderness ever characterize the nature of kind, charitable, true hearted and virtuous woman, wade through water and trail through mud, with baskets on tbeir arms, carrying necessary pro visions to the camp for their husbands, fathers, sons, and broiler ail 'un their arrival at the camp ever-to be-remembered on account ot iu many disgraceful scenes the officers, true to their brutal instincts, would draff and force them away from those near and dear to them iff tbe most ruthless na eroel; manner' that ever disgraced barbarism, or demonized men. Think of seen-conduct enacted in a country by a people claiming to be civilized! Must he vila perpetrators of these foul and diaboliiiotragea toft Unk.a tie a and poor families be permitted to go unpunished, to walk the streets of Memphis unwhipped ef justice? These colouelSj captains, and press-gang bul lies of the militia, though 'in favor of coercing Union men into the service of the Confeder acy the black conspiracy of eternal infamy took special care themselves to keep out of the war, lest, their town precious bodies might catch the1 reward of their own cowardly trea son. Some of these bloodthirsty vampyres are here yet; their stealthy tread, which sounds of suspscion, and their easy spoken lips wb ich Jiraack ft artful tieaahery, stil disgrace the sidewalks and befoul the atmosphere of our own city of Memphis, which should be cleansed of such treason-mongers. They are f pying around in the nooks and corners, in the alleys and thef dark len, where they, Jus emis saries of tbe Disunion leaders, talk treason and devise schemes " for the taking of Memphis " by the Confederates, who skedaddled from here like so many thieves in the nigbt. For the sake of our country, let the treason mongers be ferreted out. Citizkx. Tycoon .. MlLgO DKPABTTBr YZSTRRDAT. Stiver Moon Ctpt. Joha B uglier Tycoon . Thk Fare. What is our pretty park closed nightly for? ., ; i i -? i ? i ' I ? S? I V 2i aws Depot.- 0. C. Sabid & CoT, No. 364 Main street, between Bcale and Cfaoso, will have a fresh supply each day of Northern and eastern papers and magazines. Jttr. baoin is good business man, from Cincinnati,' and pleasant to deal with. School Visitobs. At a called meeting of the members elect of the .new Board of School Visitors, at the offica of James Elder, Eq.,k& the 7th instant, L S. Clark in. the chair, the Board was organized by electing James Elder, President; I. S. Clark, Secretary; Sam. Tighe, Treasurer Yacaacies appearing hi .ThSrd -and Fifth ward, T. B. McEwen, Esq., was duly elected to fill that in the former, and Thos. D. Allen, Esq., that in the hitter. The next meeting of tbe Board ; takes place at 4 r. iin at Mr. Elder's office, No. 4 Madison street. We are assured that nothing will be wanting on the part of the Board ' to prosecute the schools for the coming year with the utmost efficiency. : They will be thoroughly exacting in the competency of teachers, not only in scholastic attainments, but .In a proper 'disci pline; and it is to be hoped parents will co operate in such measurts as shall secure punc tual and regular attendance on the part of pupils. Our common schools ought to take a high stand, and we are certain will, if those for whose benefit they are established will second the efforts of tbe Board and teachers. Commonteled.V ; . I' I TJ SPIES..! ,r irt There is not the least doubt but that Mem- phis is to-day infested with a gang of prow) ing and sneaking spies. ... A class of her popa- lation, ympalhiing with the rebellion, re- maio here for no other purpose than to carry on in a sly and stealthy manner, a treasonable correspondence with the Confederate authori ties. They harbor spies sent here by the reb els, and if their homes were preperly searched they would be found to be existing dens of treason. They are by far the busiest bodies in Memphis, prompted to their dirty work by a deire for something to communicate to the rebels .hy meant f the emissaries wlio find their ingress and egress, with the assistance of the resident traitors ia oar midsU I suggest to the Federal authorities the great necessity of Marching thoroughly rvery man, woman, child or &egro,.'rassing the lines. , .. - It is the only effectual way to1 step Che trea sonable correspondence which fe eontir.ually kept up, and a going on thw very day. The longer such a state of things exists the worse it is, and the more it impedes the progress of putting aown ivie, reoeuioa.: .le w a prime necessity that we should e more vigilant of the actions ot our novo iilenf enemies who re- siae in .jaempms. cut mree mootns asro quads of armed 'men paraded the' streets of I this city, both day and night, seizing, in ruf fianly and savage manner, every poor man I such men a Beuator Hammond, of South Car- .tlina notoriety, stylsa the xaudiI13 of soclrty" Srcesh shyloi k, or "the Silent Partner." in 18G0, when the nag of our country floate4 inmaesty v 9?er the city of, Memphis, Before 2 traitor baoefhad" mard the Immor tal name ot Jackson upon the monument which patriot hands had reared to his memory ia Court Square, the aforesaid formed a part nership to do business ia this city,. One was a silent partner. He is a man more than half a century old ; his locks are glistening for eter nity. Why was his name withheld from the world in his lawful business? Proof shows that; th1 old man had) been ( doing Dullness further south, where secession was of earlier growth and patriotism withered sooner than here. Suspected of that crime of loving his country, his goods were taken from him and he driven from the sacred soil. He came to Memphis; went into business here with the aforesaid. His time, his toil, his money and the credit of a son in the East were his stock in trade. ,,Thri IjbAwnass fioufishod. His name was withheld, lest those who stole his property and banished him from his home would find him here, and take from him "the little" he had saved from the former wreck. ti was not so much for himself that he was" "silent partner." He labored to establish business tor nu son in tne .ast, who pur chased goods and shipped them to this city for the firm. Thus matters stood until the slimy dragon secession had crawled into Tennessee. The old man had, been absent making pur- chases. Jor-Uno partnership. I He , ea in the future his retirement from business and his son standing in his place. How little he knew what awaited him. The moment tbe train stopped he was seized and, dragged to the cal a boose like a feloit, "what have I done?" that he had done on criminal act. ilia grey hairs could not shield him, he was chartred with being a Union man. Hurled into a cell for iovlns his' country. 1 Through the grated hole in the wall he is informed that his prop erty has been seized by the u Confederate au thorities," and he, the old man, was granted tjio mercif jil privilege ofj leaviag the Stta in thirty minutes. Guarded by a cordon of traitor bayonets, he packs up a few clothes in bii carpet sack, and is hurried beyond the lines. He was guilty of loving his country. vv nere was onyiocs ne wao saa-enjoyea tne confidence of the exile, he whom the old man had labored to mutually profit? Where was he? Why was he not present to assure the gray. haired partner that his rights in tbe firm should be respected. Ah ! he wa? one of the accusers 1 Scarcely had tbe old man started upon his exile ere Shylockirmed a new partnership a partnership permitted to flourish because its members were traitors to their country ig nores -iha rights of the silent and banished partner, ana repuaiaies tu9 aeou comraciea in the East. A few days since the silent partner returned protected by the Stars and Stripes. Shy lock scarcely knew him had no regard for him. Sbylock had invested the profits of their partnership in cotton. Armed by the authotities of the law, the silent partner seized it, and now that justice has resumed her seat, it will bea-Mudred to the old maa. who asks it that the debts of the old partnership may be paid. What will be the verdict in that Court, where there is no shuffling, where we are all In " vain did h3 ask In vain did he plead RIVEIt AS0 STEAMBOAT SEWS. A&RITAXS TXSTKRDAT. TJ. S. Boa D. S. BoM (JiJ. .Vtrkalntrg. U. H. Boot XiBciaiati. We dip the following from the St. Louis Republican, of Monday: Boats Lkatixo To-dat. For Alton,? B M. Run van. Barnes. 4 r. m t for Columiw, South wetter, Gray, 4 p. for Keokuk, jie Vernon, MaUon, 4 r. M ; for St. Pauk Canada, farker, 4 T. M.; for Kansas Wty, A. aiajovs, Burke, 4 r. 114 For Leavenworth, Wm. H. BusselL Burton. 4 r. ux . for Omaha, .New Sam Gaty, Johnson, 4 P. Ui for .Naples, Poet Boy, Abrams, 4 P. M.; for XASaiie, rsrazu, ajc Witt, 4 P. mj; for Cincinnati, Id Uy,- Re&o, 4 P. m ; for Tenn. River, Clara Bel Hawk, 4 P. M. THE LIST OF THE '2d' 3d " 4th u '' 5th 6th ' 7th " 8thl B1TTLES ! I Cali Troopa Gsrirasr'i Pro i UbmUb. . - , EXECTJTITR OmCX, V CoLCMBCS, O, July 3, 1862. J Fxuow-Citizxns: An- ther appeal to yeur patriotism bao become necessary. The ene mies of our government, now assembled at Richmond in hostile array, lartiiy u number any disposable force at the Pni-"uUi,i'a eom mand. Tne army under Gen. McCleUan bas been driven back, merely by the forcn of over whelming numbers rapidly concentrated there. Additional troops are alone necessary to hold tho important positions already gained, and speedily crush the rebellion at all point. Liberally and gallantly a Ohio bas hereto fore responded to the call ol the Pr siint, lie has ever been assured that we hud but to kuow Turning of th Tide. Flight of the Rebels. McCleUan Pursues Seven MiUt. The lllh Xevi Fork Regiment Annihilated. Head quarters Advanced. Total Eebel Loss 30,000. Rebel Loss Tuesday 10,000. McClellan's Grand Advance. The Ounboais. Southern Accounts. Latest from Vicksburg. Special to the Vniou Appeal Cairo, July 9. News here, reliable, from Richmond, up to theth. There was a general engagement along the whole line on Tuesday, principally artillery work. Our Luss heavy. . We drove ihe euetuy steadily back. The rebel soldiers had been made drunk and reeied and staggered up to the very mouths of ; that further aid was needed from us to insure McCieilan's guns. ! a prompt answer to any further calls he might The 12th ltew York was nearly annihilated, j make upon ua. This knowledge we now have, ATTENTION ALL! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. Ladles, Misses and Children?, Mens, Bors and Youths, Officers and Soldiers. OCB stock Is complete, and of tk best gosd tbs mar ket affords and mast pla all. CALL AND SEE. Jj-lr LTTLI a LOCKW00D, 315 Mala street. Board of Mayor aad Alderaea. OKOASIZATIOX. The new Board of Aldermen assembled at 8 p. M , last evening, pursuant to mayoral cali. There being a quorum present, tbe Board pro ceeded to the transaction of business. The Aldermen present were from 1st Ward Samcil Tiqhk. Dp. Johsstox. Dr. Brooks, L. Wonoesmak. Mr. Ur no bold. Mr. HvhUoLLAXo. : J Mr, Habjxt. ? j Mr, Hall. Mr. Gagie. : The Board was called to order by Mr. Tighe, who then called forward Mr. Gager to take the oath,' which toe gentleman did. The roll was then called, and the several al dermen, already named, answered tbe call. U ORGASIZATIOM. Mr. Tighe moved the election of a Chair man. ' Dr. Brooks opined 'twere better tj defer that election till the Board was filled up. Mr. Tighe How shall we arrive at what wards are represented ? Dr. Brooks said by the Secretary. The Sec retary then reported the unfilled wards. S. T. Morgan was nominated for the second Wird, al Mr. Chase. The vote was taken : S. T. Morgan 5, and Mr. Chase 4. Mr. Morgan was then declared elected. Mr. Henghold proposed W m. Sides, to fill the vacancy in the 4th ward, or would pro pose him if he knew him ; said be would like to see bi n ; Mr. Sides stepped forth. Mr ing ballot for acclamation that was not acclaimed- Henghold, seeing Mr. lades mskea time to make another choice ; granted till next meeting- . Mr. Thos. Tate was then proposed for 5th ward selected by one voice. No opposition heard. -James Mclncrow proposed for 6ih ward. Mr. Tighe thon asked what was the matter, that so little interest was manifested suggest- Mr. Mclncrow was then nominated by eignt votes and declared duly elected. All vacancies were then filled up save the one in the 4th ward. .1 Dr. Brooks suggested that the Board qualify itself to proceed. - - A voice remarked that nature should do that Mr. Tate was then called ferth and sworn. The Assessment of taxes was then proposed. Dr. Brooks moved that ere the assessment, the Permanent Chairman be elected, and nom inated S. T. Morgan, T II li I MASHT CHAtBMAX.r J f Aid. Tiqhk was then also nominated to per manent Chairmanship, Dr. Bbooks-I ' move we adjourn to five o'clock to-morr w evening. . A Vokse--Say sixj too warm at five. . Say seven. Motion put. Meeting adjourned to meet at seven this evening. . - We apologise to the Board for so meagre a report, promising in future full phonographic narratives of each session The absence of an expected reporter must be our excuse. It captured three stand of rebel colors. Porter's, Hooker's, Sickles' and the Irish brigade were engaged. l Abe rebels were defeated at bviby. point. : Prisoners say tbe rebels in this engagement of Tuesday lost fully 10,000 men. The fight ing exceeded in desperation, on Tuesday, any thing ever witnessed in the war before. . There was sotne light skirmishing on toe eeofid and third. On the iourth there was soiue rather heavy and the call has also been made. And now, citizens of Ohio, one and all, shall the call be responded to? Something whispers me that, with one voice, you say it shall be answered. Arouse, then, and let every man be able to say that he has done his duty. There is work f r all to do. The aged can stimulate the y.mng; tbe wealthy contribute to tne wants an J becessitiea of the destitute ; and the ladies who have already done so much, skirmishing to the left, which resulted iu the and whose kind hearts will prompt them in defeat of the rebels. 1st this skirmUh we took one thousand pr- , onera and three small batteries. Oar cavalry pursued the flying rebels be yond White Oak Swamps. On the 5th all was quiet. Gen. McCleUan ha again moved hU beau quarters forward, and the whole army has ad vanced five miles towards Richmond. Richmond papers of the 4th acknowledge a loss of thirty thousand men. A telegraph, just caught at Cairo from a Northern corresjtoudon , says that McClxl- LAK IS PTT8HIHO BAPIDLT FOKWARD DRITINS) TH I.VIUT AT ALL POINTS. The boats accompany bis advance, and ia their now irresistible progress, are shelling the woods, and scattering the exhausted and worn enemy on all sides. Ih main body, wi'.b all the late re enforce ments folio ,? in ".pport. the news at once. the continuance of tbeir good work, can en courage by tbeir noble example, both old and young in the perfv rmance of their great duty. "What is wealth, or even life, worth, if, to pre serve either, we have to confess to the world that we are unable to maintain our glorious government. Gallant and worthy recruiting officers, for the organization of new regiments an the filling up of those already in the field, will e appointed in all portions of the tstste, and specific instructions given to them. The enlistments will be for three year, or during the war. I cannot at this timx indicate the nurabi r of troops wanted from Oh'O, but can safely say that the Government will accept all who may offer within the coming forly dijs. I romptress and vigilance are indispensa ble. Forty thousand recruits within the time Gentlemen of Memphis and Vicinity, WRhaTeanlundidTftrtety of PLAKTKB'3 II ITS, to which a inrite yor attrnti n. T nrere muuf-y takra at ia. ittrvet. Jy9 2t with ntber currpol luiidi. ;i 3 Maa t.Klf T a Co., From St. L.ui Officers of the Army. irK tnTHe your attention tociirtck of Armr but! TT and capt, full ir'.mtd aitd iatrt.-iud, at mjdrat prir Jy9 2c, LEIDT C ,' 212 M.in t et. J. K. Datissox. Theteamer Mer,o arrived from Vicksburg this morning. ; Tbe bombardment u still progrestting from below and above. ' Tbe great canal is nearly cjt through, and being rapidly finished. By order of Major-General Butler, Com modore Farragut has confiscated from rebel masters 3000 negroe?, who are now employed on the work that will transform Vicksburg into au interior ruin. Let the people have i indicated would be of more service than twice RICHMOND TA KEN! GREAT EXCITEMENT AT So. 315 31 A I X STREET. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. JUST KKCEIVKn, a fell mpt.1 of A KMT STATIONERY. WXi ream Li tter Paprr: 600 " Commer.U Note; u0 ' Ladies' do; 20 " Fj1 cap Paper; VH Bill-cp do; HW " Bill Letter Fapw; 150 groat PlaylDg Ctrde ; ' Plio do. A lari t:m'j'j of Memntaiidam rnt BIbb": Bo V, Prij, PxckugiK, Ink, Pn;, Pinoils Bl ik u. W: I'ttiK f Hter, C -loi't-d do, Tiesne Paper, ant). m i,0Ti mtni do. Map , c ,4c. jy9,3t XiUMFOkO C J MEMPHIS GUARDS, that number at a later period. The gallant men of the State may rely upon J my Dest endeavors to discharge the highly re sponsible duties devolving upon me with an eye single to the preservation of our Govern ment, and with the sincere hope and belief that, when the great struggle of iife shall bo over, my children can claim for me an honest and faithful performnm-o of my duty. Invoking the m ilea of our Heavenly Ft ther upon our good w jrk, I am your humble servant, David Tod, Governor. HOME SEEVIOE I SECONft TENNESSEE liEGlSiEXT. (INFANTRY.) LETTER FR0X WASIJIXCTOX. A Gloomy Time in Washington The 300,000 JEnropean Gossip. The great Exhibition which is treated by most of tho London journals as a great bore, haa been tamed "into a source of amusement by the French correspondents who have gone over to describe it and the English people. There are many amusing stories of English manners and customs from the?9 lively 1 rench pens stories every bit as true as are most of tne reports of American anairs, manners ana customs, gravely printed and made the basis of arguments in tne London Trmes ana other journals ot tnat Kind. It makes a great aitter- ence, nowever, wnose ox is gorca : ana J onn Bull, who has often made his sides ache with augbter at English caricatures ot the t rench frog-eaters, and who has, in common with the Chinese and Fejees, the curious weakness of behaving that all other nations but tbe xng- lish are wretched barbarians, cannot bear to find himself spoken of except in terms of awe and wonder. When the JTrencn beean to write the Enelwh journals began to wince; and presently they broke out into howls of Fatal Balloon Accident. Mt. Vxkhok, July 5. At a Democratic cel ebration at Sparta, morrow county, on tbe 4th instant, one of the attractions was a balloon ascension by F. H. Westbrook. When the balloon bad reached an elevation of about J00 feet it burst and fell to the earth, instantly killing Mr. Westbrook.. ; I compelled to give in evidenceagainst ourselves, ievsr) vnairutaaaa iorcwar all our lauiui IIXADQUAKTSS. BOABD OF CLAIMS, 1 Mkmphis, Tisk, July 9, 1862. j" Gckxrillas are to bans on ihe skirts of the advaaciig legions who Invade our terri tory. Selma (Ala.) Jieporter. A good many of them, we guess, will hane upon the skirts or tne lorest trees. unusvuu JournaL McClkllam's Siigi GtTNS. Th-d" enemy claim to have captured McCleUan a sietje euns, arid tho first reports we had of the fall- ins: OMva. irom ikKuuiuuu hcid bv bus that these guns were abandoned. Our corres pondent, who left the army of the - Potomac Tuesday night, puts tbe question to rest. He saw the siesre guns which had been brought ud to bombard Bichmond, in position at Mal vern Hill Tuesday afternoon. Cincinnati Commercial. ' ' " Wx leant from a reliable source, that the opinion prevails in secesh circles rn Kentucky, that the " South " has paid dearly for Bich mond. The news by the grapevine telegraph is this time not cheering to the rebel sympa thizers. The loss of life in the rebel armies at Bichmond has been prodigious, and the whole South country is in mourning, xney sun rjossess Bichmond, but are aghast at the sacri fices they have made to retain it. Cincinnati Levies Called For Morale of the Cap ital Secretary Stanton's Rigid and Mistaken Regime Its results Rumors Still Rife. Special Coeetpondenoe Cincinnati Commercial "Washing son,, July 2 At last the great test of he oouetry has come! TAree hundred thousand more men for the war 1 With what a fearful significance are these few little words freighted. Three hundred thousand more lives to be staked on the establishment of the principle that we are a government and net an anarchy. Three hundred thousand more living argument to prove that secession i an accursed heresy, to be put down by this gen eration, and not left to posterity to settle. And who doubts the expediency or the wisdom of settling it forever now ? To establish be yond all fature quarrel the equality of man and the indefeasible right of the majority to rule, would be cheaply purchased at the loss of a millioa lives, and the remotest ages of posterity would applaud us for the sacrifice 1 The proclamation was made public here at about 11 o'clock last night, after which it was sent over the wirts to all parts of the country. To say that it was received with enthusiasm would be far from truth. - jNotning line tne eager response which attended the first procla mation tor 73,000 men, lourteen mootua ago, is looked for. Bather is it a deep and solemn pause almost fearful in its meaning which tells not of lack of decision, of courage, nor of determination to strangle at all hazards this foul rebellion but ot an earnest, aeter- mined. anxious demand that these new otter- ings on the shrine of country shall be better used than in the too aisgracemi past. Last night was a night of glojm in tne na tional capital. In high official and military circles, men's faces wore a serious and anxious look, while all over the city, the discussion of what is now generally believed tne reverse sus tained by McCleUan at Bichmond was alter nated with confident rumors of foreign inter vention, and agitation of the all-absorbing question what next? : Meanwhile, in the midst of all this exciting suspense, the con tinued, obstinate reticense now lasting five days and nights of the War Department, adds to tne excitement ana aisconwun w u incredible degree. If there is one man in the nation more unpopular at Wis moment tnau any other, that man is Secretary Stanton. His " tight rein " over the newspapers, which even the President retuses to relax, is seen anu ieu. by the whole people to be a wanton and inex orable aggravationoi tne aimcuiuea unuw w hich the eovernmeht tabors. It is pretended that the object ii to keep intelligence of the real result at Jiichmona trom reacning js.dk- land by the next steamer. But this is to leave England, like our own people, to infer the worst and bloodiest aereat oi tne national arms, mat is to give every semi-secessiuuiai, in the North a carte blanche to croak his ver sion of the tale in the ear of the British pub lic through the facile friends of the London Times, uncontradicted by any omciai version whatever. The letter to the President from the Gov ernors of eighteen States is understood to have been the product of a consultation be tween the President, the Secretary of State, and other members of the Cabinet, in con i unction with eminent men from various parts . i. 1 of the country, ana to nave oeen at once assented to by tbe high officials wnose names it bears, it may, or may not oe, inaicawve i a new oolicv in the conduct of the war. No doubt is entertained here that one leading ob- iect of tbe call at this time is to produce a wholesome enect abroad, vine remarxaoie absence of the names of Governor Andrew, of Massachusetts, and Gov. Sprague, of Rhode Island, is attributed to their refusal to pledge their States to furnish any more men to be sacrificed in such a style of warfare as iias too generally been pursued, and waich consists in unlimited indulgence ana tendencies towaras rebels, and unlimited hard labor and sacrifice and expenditure on the part of tne loyal army, OIUMA. A Flat Dknial. It was stated, sometirce since, that. Vallandigham bad been serenaded by a band from MansUld, O. The Mansfield Herald indignantlj denies the charge, "for the credit of our city," and adds : "First, this Mansfield band has uot been out of the city. Second, the Mansfield band would not so dis grace itself had it been in Washington ; and third, we have no Mansfield band." N 0W, follow-citlz.us, hire la juur rustic tu SERVE TOUR COUNTKY, And &tnj at borne nearly all the while " with the v. ii ' and liltle outs." Tbe ratlou th ttcuenma receive wid support a email family if propel ly ra.ir.age 1. At Tairrlew. Mieaiuippi county, Arkarisas. oa the 26'h ot June, 18u2. Fankib M., wife of Samuel a. Lanier, Keq. Thai teete the loved and loving wife, Mother an 4 iteter, whoee natural attachment! tj life were itrt ng aud meet tendrr, jet, a the time approached when the epirit must pass the gate beVond wh:ea none, however near and dear, eau accompany it to where all will appear eo strange and new She manifested no terror. To her immediate lam'.ly, h w insupportable the i-a, that no morn w.ll ever a;ain wake them to hear her most pei ioasiTs voice ! Aven oar own heart almost suspends its pu saticnt in endeavoring to realize that we can never again bthold one so lady-like, eo charitable for ot er' failings so amiable and free from guile. OWE HOMTH'S PAY IN ADVANCE! $100 Boisrv AMU 160 ACKE1S OF LAND WHEN Mtr:JTERi.D OUT 0 SERVICE 1 COMMERCIAL Headquarters and Office in the Irving Blcok. oa Second Street. A. CLARK DEN SON, CipMo CiiDrnWIlEg Kar.vi:l It about coc- Tbe art: : mpan plated J)9:(f MEMPHIS WHOLESALE MARKET. TRADE SiLXjID Paiit Dmion Appeil Ornct, I WiDXifSAT, July 9, 1862. Revised dally for tbe TJkioh ArriiL by J. D. Conaway, wholesale and retail grocer, No. 34 Madison street, between Main street and Front Row. COTTON 26 to 28c for Treasury notes and Northern money, 24 to 27c in gold. The market is active. SUGAR Sains at 8 to 7c, and dull. C OFFEE Sales at 22J to 23c lb for Rio. FLOUR Sales of superfine at 83.25 to S4 ; double extra, $5.25 to $6. BACON Sales of canvassed barns at from 7 to 8c ; plain do, country cured, 5 to 6e ; shoulders, 3 to 4c ; sides, 6 to 7c LARD P ales at from 7, to 8c, in bbls ; choice, in kegs, to 9c. BUTTER Sales of good at from 15 to 18c ; plenty in market. EGGS Sales at from 6 to 8c $ dot. MACKEREL Sale? of No. 1 at $18 fc bbl ; half-bbls. $10: No. S laree, bbls, 813.50: half-bbls, $7. White fish 5c lb. HERRING Sales of Holland at $6 keg. BEANS-Sales of choice white at $2.00 $ bushel ; choice navy, $2.25 to $2.50 ; castor beans 90c. r PEAS Sales of split at $2 bush. HOMINY Sales of flint at $1 3S fl bush. CORN MEAL Sales at $2.00 bbl. CANDLES Sales of star, in large quantities, at 13 to 15c lb. LAGER BIER Sales at 10 to $11 bbl, with a downward tendency. The above quotations are in Federal currency. MONET MARKET. Tennessee money is 25 per cent, discount ; North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, 35 cent . ii F Moraeai. Another delegation of 700 or 800 Latter Day Saints, vulgarly called "Mormons," came over the Hannibal and U jo. railroad yester day, and will leave for Florence on the Omaha this morning, ana from there take tne overland route for "the promised land." Tbe Saints spent last night in and around tbe railroad warehouses, which literally swarm ed with them. They are principally old une lish, and appear to be a better looking class of people than we generally see wending their way to Erigbam'l dominions. St. Joseph Jour nal, u. ;r . ; ., . Groceries, Wines, Lfqunri. Et B T HYDE &, C O., AUC TIOXEERS. WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT HKSKBVK On Thursday, July 10, at 10 A. BL, AT tbe s ore of K. K. B cku-1 o., 3 7 Ma n I re, between t'n'on and U t so, a c'ioIch s-cioiUio-cer.ts, etc., mclud n in pirt '.6 I oxs Mumia's (or g n I) imported cUhiu a.ne wins; '.u loi i riarvi; zvuoxti sautein-, Kmtl s"i sine s, w- od n and s on aarv, cutw ing and smok ng tobacco, etc. A's, 23 net Bneacu sna several oar re s oi lair ana cnnics Bngar. The fixtures, etc., will be offjnd at 10 o'c.o.k. Terira Cush in l-onthe n fnuds. JjStf UIDIC CO., Acol.news. A SI f Lv HON by two pr dk, ot to do l onse aoric and the other pastry ur m-t co kinf, washirg aad irouiuff. Gwd reflerencw Kivvn if toquirtii. J ac Mrs. tstar-.s boarding bouse, FciAar stittt, bt-lwie 'i bird aad Four.b itittU. Jj9 S 10 REWARD. Lt'ST, on Third, betwein Market and rxclianje strt-its, an AUOotNT UWK, totita n ng a (20 no. 1 ank of i. nil wee, (20 on Cnion Bhbk ot T nn ait, tlo oa Bank ot cbattanooga and ii on Bank of toa b u oi.na. Also, iveial receipts lof suar. JUI1 J .ilLViU II.IjA 1, Jy8 Iw co: ner of Second and wtrion I r eti. Ladies of MeinpMs and Vicinity. ITrl inv te yoor attention to a handw.me asso tment IV or IMFAT3 fANUl HAT?, a also cnuarens'. iii Main street, oppo-ite Plantera Bank tyuzt ucivx & tiw., i rota sk bonis. QORN- 1000 bags of corn on c nxigntnei t F0STK11. OWYNifO. s ALT SO 0 barreU kanawba salt OSIER. GWIH 4 CO- COTTON CARDS 6 boxes cotton enr's on cous gu ment FOSTttt, liWIS A Co. UD1ES AND GENTLEMEN OF MEM PHIS AND VICINITY. lir K Invite yoor attention to the largest Stock of 1 1 l'anama, Liecuorn ana nraia eats tor zenis aua boys wear, and to be sold at Lesa Prices than any honse tu tbu city. L'xil at 2iz nam atreet. 1y9-2t LIIii UU., from Bt. ixnua. 13L0CR AND tarn ly flour, 3 U bags corn meal. CORN XEAL-10O0 biir.lt xba FOSTER, GWTJl CO. I amis of dm CASH PAID FOR HIDES, AT THX NEW HIDE AND LEATHER STORE, SECOND STKEET, Between Court and Madison. AM)l.IR9. EHOXXAKKB9 and the public psoerally, tj are respectfully invited to call at the above place and examine oar Fine Harnett, ' French Calf Sartas. Bridle St. Lonta . " ITppar and Tapping " 8el t.eatner, ' Lining; ' ALSO, an assortment of army csvelry boots, nine calf boots, B baorat shoea, etc, etc All of which we offer tor sale at low prices. ' irt-lat J, H. ktXSCKLAJt a.TJS8 POKE AND BAC0N-OO lUpo.k. 1UU casks bacon, siaes, inoi i i r-, aua nrnis. jj4.3ai tOfcTE-t, UIS CO. 01 KOCEE1E8 We hare a full tnpilv f everv artiol T in tbe arccery live, which we w.ll Srll l,w fjr c tfr tu exchange fur sugar, tuolnS'fS ur cotton. JUjBittt, uw in i w , jy4 Sm 346 ilaiu s.re Estrayed. FROM the iur5riter a large iotr-1 bulk, i.ttecn bands hinh, a una 1 lump on tne fore le. A a la bia reward wilt be givm lor the remrn of to same to me. Jy8 lw corner of Second and me b n strei-'B. Runaway. A80EKELL HUBfE, iboot fourtem hsndi Mgh, with a Texts brand snd a Teia-tdd e. wuh iHn siirrnis. B him. 'Ihe Under will b ; lin-b'y re warded, by ntuming the same ts the Qayoio stable. Main irrvet, beiwetn Bel and L cd-u. Jy8 lw TO THE lOUAG GETS OF 31EH PHIS MD YICOITY. WE Invite vonr attention to onr NEW 81 TLX HAT, called th OD.NCJi HAT. A conifjrtalle Lat for summer, and weighing but oue ounce, abd ot all i-lo g. 212 Main street, opposite Planters iafclt. jy.2t . LEIDT C0., rrcn 8t.louli.