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f THE FXiACr Ol" OTJB DHTOKV I .....,... . . , . . . T '." HilU, rinsl UUSTOtS UetMXIT ASTtlAXKr. ' ,- ... ,...,.. .... tome, brother swell our rojal chorus. ' , ; Win the storm-clouds lower o'er us. . , T " took awayl Ljok away I look awayt eee the flag! Though mctl u torn and storm derying, ' . Brothers, Took T our flag Is fljiog. . r away I look away ! tee ths flag! j-. . -.- CBOSCS. .. , j ; - "T Shall traitors din iU glory :,, ,!n; -Never I never I . .. :., . . A gallant band around it stand, , To fight for it and the Union. , Ilurrth ! hurrah! bunh for the Dag of ear Union I ' .. . - , BP. c. Greet Washington, whoa utrewell warning "u " Bids as beware of faction! darning, " Look away f look away ! look away I see the Sag ! Peacefully sleeps, Then hi toll are ended, Under the flag which his sword baa deft n led. Look away t look away t look away f see the flag ! i. . CBOSCS. Shall traitora dun its glory? etc There are those la every' tectfcn - Who stir op strife and disaffection. .- . Look away 1 look away ! look away '. see the Sag '. Preachers of strife, and hate, and scorn, Shall roe the day that they were born. Look sway! look away! look away! i the flag! CHOBl S. . Shall traitori dim its glory I etc. The tine has come when we neat fight Tor the Union and the right. Look away! lo. k away! look away! eee the Sag ! Though we meet in deadly strife with those Who were oar frwnds, hot bow oar foes. Look away! look avsy! look away! see ths ne ! ' CHomvs. n' " Shall traitors dim iU glory I etc The Battle su ska of the traitor's band Shall uw float e'er oar fair land. - Look away! look aweyT took away! see the flag! Our Zagle Bird, so brave and stoat, Shall conquer Snake without a doubt. . i '" ' ; -Look away! look awayl look awayl see the flag I caoacs. -, - shall traitora dim its glory t eto. The atan and stripes is the flag we cherish Ws sooner vroTild die thsa see It perish. Look away! loek away! look awayt see the flag' Onr fathers foflght, and bled, to heist It We'll keep it up thongh onr blood should moist it. Look away! look away! look away! see the flag ! CHoai. t j Shall traitors dim its glory etc. J I Oh 1 see the banner as it floats above ! Onr watchword: right for the Flag we Love.V Lockawajf- look awayt took away! seethe flag t The God of all looks down from high To ace how bravely we will die." Look away! look away! look awayl see the flag ! J - caeats. k.! - '' Shall traitors dim Its glory I Never I never T , A gallont band around it stand, . . ' . . To fight for it and the Uiikra. r ; Harrah ! hurrah t hurrah for" the flag of onr Union! ' U nrrah ! hurrah I hurrah for the flag of oar V nion 1 . ,j - CsJLIformta. We lately chronicled the overwhelming tri umph of the Republicans and Douglas Demo crats of Oregon,- united in the defense of the Union, at their recent State election. We rejoice to state that California is morally cer tain to imitate that triumph. A Union SU&aJ Convention assembled at Sacramento on the 17th, and on the 18th unanimously nominated John Swett, Principal of the Bincon grammar school, Saa Francisccy for Superintendent of Jrubnc instruction the only State office to be naea Dy popular vote at the &ute election next September. He will of course be over whelmingly elected.- The Sacramento Union says the union of the two thoroughly loyal parties wm extend to ice leeiauuve indcoun ty tickets, and will of course be .successful throughout. A: satisfactory Union platform was cordially adopted, and a 'Union State Committee of twenty-one appointed. : Califor nia will nd a new United States Senator to the next Comrress. : ! j The State suffered lerribly from floods last winter, but those have doubtless increased the fertility of her rich . valleys and the produc tiveness of her diggings,1 by plowing new channels for her streams and washing out old TT - I . . . uura. ner inausiry Bjems 10 De generally ao iiva enrl vertcrukiia. leWLJLJ'"j-a-a' s 'a' 11 . t A. TiGRRss. The Warren, Pa , Mail gives u account 01 me sentencing of a woman named Anna J. Clements to the Penitentiary for two years, on a charce of larceny. Durinir the remarks made by the Court she frequently interrupted with insolent and .abusive . Ian. guage. When the sentence was prenounced sne Droit lortn wttn a volley of imprecations. ancuet ny lour or. ne stones, one after another. like lightning. . The - Judges ... ducked their heads and dodged, barely escaping a hit. Then she bounded like ar wildcat for the Judges, and actually got partly behind the - bench:- before- she was seized and-held-, while ska yelled and siruggiea witn tne strength" of a "strong man Losa of the Valparaiso Dock. The float ing dock is this bay, the only work of the kind for refitting vassels on the whole South Pacific coast, was acchlentallj sunk on the evenmg o; the 7th instant, under the pressure of the Ener lish mail steamer Cloda, whicbwas pi&cadon it tor repairs on that day. The Uloda fell on one side, on which the bulwarks gave way, aad, Chough she, was at, once removed, with Ssfetv. tha dnlr siinlr arinvtlir aftae kf mi.t - h.r - , - r . .i,. -iJ - j.uo uumu?s oi naiii nnce rtaia tnn ovner about fifty thousand dollars a year, and the . . ..... whole apparatus was not worth more, nor per haps as much, as it was insured for thirty thousand. The owner has had a privilege for ten years, of which, nearly, jeigh, nave already elapsed. The Irish American learns that General Shields has not tendered hU resignation, but that, en the contrary, so far from feeling that the confidence of the President nd the War Department had been jwithdrajfrora.li Gen. Shields had received the' most flattermer marks of the high esteem in which he is held by the National Executive, in being outrusted with a most important mission, liaving-Tegard to the raising of the new levies of troops called for by the President, at the request of the Governors of the loyal States. - One of the citizens of Helena, of whom Mr. Parker Speaks, is "Old Sutton. - Oi4 gut.' lB a hard shell Baptist, and discusses baptiie or old rye with equal facility. He has family pray ers regularly, and one morning was heard t pray as follows : "Oh Lord, bless the glorious Southern Con federacy J. Bless, their- arms and bless their counsels 1 Oh Lord, thou hast commanded us to pray for our enemies. - I suppose we ought to I suppose we ought to pray for the Yan kees; but, On Lord, tf is armghhf bitter pillf k 1 " m ....... 1 1 From Kichmohd The Richmond Enquirer .th. contains not a single word from which any inforrnation might be gained -respecting the movements of the rebels, except - - s -uirocroa to expected move- menU in the West, and that additional fortill caUons fcr the protection of Eichmond ar to ba constructecL v , ISPOHT1ST ORDER FBOH GESX&U CRA.ST'B COXX1XD. i.'5i cviniT. ADtirva r j L ,1 Til i HxABqtraBTTss DtarnioT o Wsi Ttmra. tat Tnnm.) -M &nerel.) V -.. one 28, isest ' ) . j ; . (Offlco Provost Marshal Generai. , nxmrmo, June ' Paaaea issued for persons to pass out of the city will bo understood to mean the person aloa. and will nt include foda,lettMS or packagesw . ' Where letter are found en persona passing out, without being marked PASSED by the Provost Mar shall, Post Coin maraier or General Commanding, the will be aeiied aod delirered to- the Provost Marshall and the offender arrested. , . . .. ? v , Powder, load, percussion caps and fire arms of all descriptions are positively prohOted from being car ried out of the city by citisens. . Citizens are also pro hibited from carrying them within ths city limits on pain of forfeiture of such weapons and ten days con finement, for the first oSeuae, and expulsion Sooth our lines, to be treated as spies if ever caught within, them thereafter, for the second. . : , -: - By commsnd of Major-Gen. U, 8. Grant - W. S. B1LLTER, je2-tf .:, - - . Provost Marshall General. HntxjrtsTKRs Bo in or Clims, - Msspaia, Tenn., Jniy i, 1S3. f The Board of Claim sabmsta tho following rales fcr the government of jiartL asking relief sad contesting, claims. , . ., ' -.- - -' 1. The party asking relief, aaost make a abort snociDCt statement in writing, shewing that the property in con troversy, is in military pesssssion, and all the facta re- Utive to the subject matter of controversy must be clearly stated, and the statement thus made,, mast be swots to by die party prosecuting. -f .v t 1. .' the parties interested must tw named in the pe tition, and mut have notice of such prosecution. S The written statements of all fit-ties will fee heard. 4. Arguments, except a short statement of the parties will not be heard. - j r : , s. The Board will meet at a. m. and a t m. S. Case jet for trial at a particular hoar ma be btmri at the time, or they will be diasaiased-r-witboat good ress- on can be shown for continuance and not again beard. JAMK9 B. SLACK. j. a. Mclaughlin, V Board. R. P. Da HART SPECIAL' OilDEE, NO: 10. - . DISTBICT 01 WEST TKNNKSsEt, flmci bw tbb PaovosT Maasaai. 6mut,' Memphis, Tennessee, July 2, 1862. e e e eee No newspaper will be permitted to be published within this District, aulosi the Editors and Proprietors thereof; shall first take an oath that they wIH bear true allegiance to ths Government of the Col ted States of America, and that they will support the Constitution and Laws thereof. an, lisclaim or renounce a'l allegiance to the so-called Confederate States. Local Prevost Marshals will ate that this order is strictly enforced. , jy3-tf Colonel and Provost Marshal General, GESER1L MEDItAL ORDER 0. 1. BOSPITAL' REQULTATI0N8- FOR THE DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE. ARTICLE 1st ADMISSIONS .UIXRIBUTICN8 OF PATIENTS Sscrioa 1. As It is desirable to avoid the crowding of patients in the permanent hospitals, none will be admit led who are not constantly, or in great part confined to their beds : for all others, as well as convalescents, the camp hospital is the best pi -x. Exception to thia rule la, where the corps to which -the sick l leug, is on th6 march not hsving tents and camp-guard behial, and not being su plied with surgeons for such suitable camp hosp tals will be establithed in convenient places, Sec. 2. AH patfeats sent to permanent hospitals, will be furnished with the following papers, viz : Surgeons ticate setting forth " Diagnosis Prognosis and general treatment of the disease aad its dora'ioe. -21. Muster and descriptive roll, clothing anff pay-account Should the captains of companies have no b'aalv they taut copy the forma out of the revised Army Regulations. The surgeon ia chargs is not to reject any patient for want of such papers, but immediately not iff ths delin quent officer of the omission, and if not rectified ia reason able time, rejxjrt him or them to those headquarters' Sac. 3b Immediately after ths morning visit, ths at tending surgeons will report to the surgeon in charge the name, an4 ward of any patient whom he may consider la fitting stats to return to his camp, and he having satig tyei himself of fte facts, will furnish the soldier a pass to his regiment, setting forth whether he considers him tit to return to duty or otherwise. L ; .1- i i ASSIST- SBTICLI nd. SURGEONS ASD THEIR AHTS. rtcnoi t. The chief surgeon will set s superintend-' ant of ths whole v establishment, jand- specially have in charge its Hygerher' Hrwill Drake frequent fn spec Hot a of the wards, ths kitchen, the water closets and see that all his subordinates' are at their posts. " Be will as far as possible rectify all disorders on ths spot, or tf necessary teport the same. Be will admit visitors, sad give them suitable instructions for their intercourse with the sick. . Sao. 2. The assistant surgeoos will have di-a aits charges assigned them, by their chief old him ia ths performance, of his duties and. visit the sick, if uasf twice a . day. arning call will commsocs at . x., too eveaiag call at 6 r. a. Each assistant surgeon will note his pre scriptions, at the bed -side of the patient, as well as ths diet prow ri bed, aad hand the same to the 'hospital stew ard, when the call ia finished hy him, to D3 eatared ia the prescription and diet books. . , Sac. S. Nurses will be kind" and affectionate with the sick entrusted to their cars, Alloa themselves no antime iy jests or pro faaitj, under military penalty. , Bsc A Tsioole assrsss, whits they are eapeeted ss soo- duct themselves with the atmost dignity aad propriety, will at once report to the cl.ief snrgeoa or Medical Direct or any rudeness or Impropriety of conduct .against them selves. V - 8sC. 6. All the officers and nurses will be mastered b-. - ' I tb. chief snrcvon at TVl A ..udittv.a .,1 whlK time ths assistant surgeons wflt Ppport that fhey are saf isfied, that all tbs sick are la their w&rds.' lUllSZlZ Stc . The ward-iter,wyi beasaistsd ia hisdvilrs by the female nurses, to the supervision of the clothing, washing and ckg dupartments: . 1 1. ; ARTICLE 3d PATIESTS ASD TlSTToai. ?sc,l. Paliecta WiTL bbey .asd Saw all prescriptions made for them by the medical ofSoers, and adainiated by ths nurses, will conduct 'themsel.es with propriety, ase no profane or indecent lanpaase, 'under 'penalty ef SI fop every offense, to accrue to the hospital fund. Stc t. Patients la ths' judgment of the sasiseanl sur geons, able to do so, will list at a. i, and make their li- ';w- r .... Sac 3. All patients win, on entry Into the hospital, t. divested of their own clothing, aad after bein washed, shared and combed, If their flats admits of it, be Invested ia hospital garmen'j. At their dismissal lhay will leave all hospital slothing and rosams their war which has in ths mesa time beea thoroughly cleansed.' -" ; -' -; Sac V Visitors win be admitted (Sundays excepted) from 8 a. st. U1W ttltead ap their car d,4 with ths object of their visit to the chief surgeon, who, if net incompatible with . the good of ths sick will admit tV j 4 If .lii! r.-i:.i a.. ,vU' i - mjJi Sac' 6. Bo wine, beer or spirituous liquor, will be iv sn by Visitors to the patients, and they, as well as delica cies, must be delivered to. ths snrgeoa for the benefit of any ef the sick, that may most reqoira tbeso, gtvleg however, the- Mead ot the visitor tbs preference, lodi vidualiied chailty pr.duces hSJt burnings and leal, ousies, and is therefore itnjirw ta tBiTcase. Ssc. 6. Persona desiring to visit sick prisonert-of-war, most have in addition i permit from the Provost M arshal fsc. CJergymem, in their official functions, will be ad Kitted st aii hours. Sac . Arrangements axe te be made to celebrate Di vine service every Sunday morning, foj such ef the tick asareahlatnd willing to altsod.V ..isu .vjv , Vl - WHS O. r. HOLSTOJT, - jjt-tf XadicalCireetor. PBOTOST MARSHALL OFriCX. T Msxrais, Tennessee, July S, JinJi. j t JJI places within the Umits of the city of Memphis Sad its immediate sabnrbs "kept for the purpose of re tains? spirttoows, -viaonsor uaM Hqaors of any kind, most be closed, and kept dosed by and after 12 o'clock ia ef this day. " -- Z ' J " " f th - . - - Any p k-iri, persou TioUtUig the letter or spirit ef this order keeping open drinking saloons, or retailing tbereia with closed djois, will satject themselvee to fanprisoa- seat-and the forfeiture ef their entire stocc ' - This order applies to steamboats whim lying at the loading, i : 1 - " ,4 ', -i. - - r : .a ASTHONT, 4 Lieut. Col. and Provost Marshal of ths city of Mem- - 6EXIK1L MEDICAI ORDER So. 3. i HsAo.GasTias. Disxaiei or Wasr Tsxirmsxs, 1 : v Memphis, July 3, 1S62, " SscTioa 1. The rank of medical, as well as other officers is Aeciiird according t SectioB Sand Section 8, of the Revised Army Regulations. Where therefore asargeoa of ths United Stat s Army, or a Brigade-surgeon serves with a Division, holding his commission from the Presi dent he takes precedence before all regimental surgeons and is the senior officer. A cfrculsT issued from tba war office, Washington, through the Adjutant-General of the United States Army, defines that the senior Medical Officer of a Division is' ei-officio to the M edical Director thereof. Bsc. 1. Medical Directors ot Division will inspect the regimental hospitals, instruments, medicines and stores, and see that they are always in efficient state for instant ass.' ' ... . ... ' 'Cj Sso. 3. Medical Directors of 1H virions will see that Surgeons of regiments carefully keep the various records required by the regulations. Sso. 4. To facilitate labor, Medical Directors of Divi sions will require the senior Engineer of each brigade to collect trim the Regimental engineers their monthly and quarterly reports, consolidate them fur the brigade, and send them to ths Directors of Divisions, who in turn Will consolidate the brigade reports and transmit to the Medical Director of the District the consolidated division report without delay. ' . 8 nc. 5. Beglmental Surgeons will, every morning, make to the commander of their regiment the morn leg report required by regulations and sead a copy of the name to the Medicaa Director of Division. By order of M ajar-General Grant. - 1 1 i .; .-.'." JOHJT 0. 3. H0LST0K, jy:tf Medical Director. GENERAL ORDERS 50- 60. ' Headquarters Dist. of "Wist Tin, Memphis, Tenn., July 3, 1862. The system of guerrilla warfare now being prosecuted by some troops organized uodei authority of the so-called Southern -Confed eracy, and others without such authority, in so pernicious to tne welfare of the community where it is carried on, and it je in? within the power of the community to suppress this system, it is ordered that wher ever loss is sustained by the Government, collections shall be made, by seizure of sufficient amount of personal property, from persons in the immediate neighborhood sym pathizinsr with the rebellion, to remunerate the Government for all loes and expense of Persons acting as guerrillas without organi zation, and without uniform to distinguish them from private citizens, are not entitled to the treatment of prisoners of war when caught, and will not receive such treatment - By order of Majo General U. S. Grant. JqHJf. A. Eawllns, A. A. G, SPECIAL OKDER KO. 12. ' DISTRICT OF WEST TENNISES, - V Orncs or ths Psovosv Maksha:. Qexibil, .. Msarais, Tennessee, July 4, 18C2. j e . ' If any proprietor o. scenpant of any building in an town or city within this District, in the occupancy of the Federal army, shall display or suffer ta kt displayed, from his or her house any treasonable flag or lAher emblem in tend d to Insult the Federal army or loyal citisens, shall ba the duty of the Local Provost Marshal to tak immediate possession of such building and remove th occupants, and convert the same to hospital or other Gov. ernment uses. 1 WB. 8. HTL IYER, Provost Marshal General, jy tf ; , J :. , f - District West Tenn. , SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 132 ' ' HaAnqvABTiaa, Disvatcr or West Tiwwkssss, I ' - . Memphis, July 8, 1862. , J -f ''' s ii'i't,' " ." "" " 'a- " All "crossing of ths river In skiff or private boats it posi tively" prohibited. '' " ' " . . - ' Private" b ats crossing either way will be seized and Israel lato ths Qusrtermasters Department ;' owners or passengers ai.asted and. required to take' the oath of allegiance, Or be placed on the Arkansas shore and ad monished aot-tebe eanght within the Federal lines again en pain of being dealt with as spies. : . . The Navy is requested to eo-operate with the militaiy, in the enforcement of this order. . . By command of Major Gen. U. 6. Grant. , " , " y. i johh a. rawlings, jy9-tf ' ' -' Assist tnt A djataut General. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 91 EUaDQCABTIBS, DSTUCT Of TxtT tsNSESJES. :f staapHis, Tennessee, July 4, 186 I. Officers and soldiers aiw lereby prohfblted.' cn er severe penalties, from Belling military clothing, arms or ammunition,' whether the same be public or private property, to citizeos. Id cases where such sales hare beea made, the citizens who pirchased lha. same wi'.I at once seturn the property so purchased, to the Command. Ing Officer of the company or regiment to' which the soldier belongs of whom the articles were obtained, or to the Post Quartermaster, under the penalty of being ar ret tad and placed In confinement. s il. It Is made the dnry of all officers to ee that th order is strictly enforced, and that all offlcjrs, soldiers or citixeat violating the same, by either telling or purchas ing, are arrested. " " ---. - - By command ef Major General V, S. Grant. " ' " - - . . ; - JXO. A. BAWLISS. jylt... . , Assistaat Adjntant General. U- -f- , , ; , , , SPECIAL ORDERS " INTO. 133 BaaiKiAarFts, Dtsram or Wsbt Tssirrasis. ) . -; . ; s v. sl car nis, Jaly 9, 1862. . jompuunis ot recent irregularities, brought to th attentloa of the General Commanding, render necessary the publication of the following orders '- Officers, non-commissioned officers, soldiers and per sons in the service of the United 8tatea, are forbidden to f trespass npoa the orchards, gardens or private croaada ot any person or persons, or in any asanner whatever to interfere with the tame, without proper written authori ty so to do. Marauding, pilfering, aad any unauthorized and nnnecestsry seiiare or destruction of private prop erty, it prohibited by. Geaeia Orders of the Departmant, AOS. 8 and 13, aeries of 1861, aad will be punished wi the extreme penalties Imposed by the laws of War, which It death. .,, II. Commissioned offieere of companies will not past their camp lines without errittea permissioB ef their dis trict, brigade or regimental commanders, and then only official- bnsioess, or other argent and satisfactory reasons, to be gives in the letter of pe-misslon. Nan. conunhtnoaed efSeers aad soldiers are prohibited frsa leaving camp at any time, ercept wbea detailed on duty or on the wrttes perm ia son of the Beglmental Com tnaaders, who may grant tach permissioB to not mors than three sua at aay one time -fronr each company, to be absent aader charga of a aoa-eoaunissioaed officer, who will be held responsible for their good tondact. " III. The pickets aad gaard reliefs will remain at their ic'tsediate picket or guard stations, unless ia th. dia chsrge of proper miUtary duty, and will, not straggle therefrom, aader peaalty of 'being arretted and severely and ivunma.iiy dealt with. , 1;. -yjj-i - 1Y. No com missioned officer, non-commissioned offiotr or soldier will be permitted to be absent from c mj af.er -retrv; "j ' ri.. i t.',,, S kY. The atilttary police patzoit, and; picket guards will arrest all persons found violating any of the provisions of this enkr, slther by trswpassiog npoi the gardens. ! srehards and grounds heVem mentioned, or seisare'or j deatract'OB ef private property, or being outside of camp line's -or tttaggling from their gaard stations, wlth-M oat proper authority : ' OommissioBsst officers to be re- ' perted to District, Division or Brif4e Headquarters, ; and noaonuniasioaed officers aoi aoiuiers to be take a j before the Provost Marshal. " VI. Officers of regiments,'detachmenta and companies, and officers of ths day aftd of the police, are enjoined to ase their atmcst diligence in making known and enforc ing all orders necessary fur the satty of the command and the citj. . ; I z'Cj t:'-, t-j- ' Z'tZlS.X By order ef Major General 17. 8t Grant. . - ... 4 . . ..... JNO. A. sU.WJ.IhS, jyll-tf '"' '" " X ' ' Assistant Adjutant General. SPECIAL OKBER Na 13. 1 DISTRICT QP WgST TKSKSSSKr, " Orncs or tub Par vosr Mashx Gskisal, V Msarais, Tennesse, July 8, 1862. ) j j O i . -.0 AD passss heretofore issued to citisens, either by the Commanding General, the Provost Marshal General, the Prevost Marshal of Memphis or any other officer, which may have been issued without the party being required to take the oath of allegiance cr giva thepreeeribed parole of boner, ere aere&y rweted. . - - w - , TSo pass wili be granted in any case hereafter, except npoa ths taking of the ".h or parole. . The parole will be substituted for .he sath oaly in special eases (at the discretion of the officer suthorised to grat passes) where the party Uvea beyond the protection oiovrermy. By. command of Major General Grant. Wm. S. HILIiTEB, JylO-tf Colonel and Prcvort Marsh M General. SPECIAL ORDERS 110. 134. HtASQcaaTsas, Dhtbicv or Wear Tekscssxi. Msarais, air 10, 1862. tf . .j Col. Clark B Sagon, Aid-decamp, is hereby appointed Acting Inspector General for the district. Be wiU immediately visit all the encampments aroond the city of Memphis, aad report the condition of eash as to police, discipline, choice of location both as to health and defensive advantages, and whatever else may present itself worthy of nets. By command of Major General U. 8. Grant. JKO. A. RAWLINS, Jyll tf ... Assistant Adjutant General. SPECIAL - ORDEB' NO. 14. DISTRICT OF WIST TINNBSSKR V Omci or vhs Paovost Massbal Gutuu V Msbfbu, lennessee July 10, ltnii. ) The constant communication existing between the so- called Confederate army, and their friends and sympa thizers in the city of Memphis, despite the orders here tofore issued and the -jfforts to enforce them, constrains the it aing of the following order: The families now residing in the city of Memphis, of the following arsons, are required to move ?outh beyond oar lines within five days from the date hereof: I. All persons holding commissions in ths to-called Confederate army, or who are voluntarily enlisted in said army, or who accompany and are connected with the tame. , i II. AH persons holding office under or in the employ of the so-called Confederate government. . III. All perse J holding State, County or municipal offices, who c aim allegiance to said to-called Confederate government, and who have abandoned their families and gont South. .,; ', Safe conduct beyond pur lines will be given to the par tiea, hereby required to leave, npoa application to the Provost Marshal General, or the Provost Marshal of Memphis. By com mas d of Major Geueral V. 8. Grant. . W'tt. S. UlLLTEB, jll-f Colonel and Provost Marshal General, i SPECIAL ORDER NO 15 DISTRICT OP WEST TENNESSEE, ) Orncs or ths Pxovost Masshai. Gimkbal, - Mxkpbu, Tennessee, July 11, 182. j o .: . . . . ....,.. In order that innocent, peaceable, aid welt diapered persons may not suffer for the bad conduct of the guilty parties coming within the purview of Special Order No. 14, dated Jaly 10, 1 862, can be relieved heat the cpera- tion of said order No. 14, by signing the following parole, and producing to the Provost Marshal General or the Provost Marshal of Memphis, satisfactory guarantees that they trill keep the pledge tLerein made : - " '- PAROLE. I. I have not since tne occupation of the city of Mimphia by the Tederal army, given aid to ths to-called Confederate army, nor given or sent any information of the movements, strength or position of the Federal army to any one connected with said Confederate army. . "II. I will not during the occupancy of Memphlt by the Federal army and my residing therrin, oppose or con spire against the civil or military authority of the United States, snd that I will not give aid, comfort, Inf. r mat ion, or encouragement to the so-called Confederate army , nor to any person co operating therewith. - All of which I state and pledge npoa my sacred honor. , commaud of Major General Grant. , ';'",'' " Wat. S. HILLYEK, jyl3 tf ..... Provost Marshal General. ADAMS' CHOICE FAMILY BAKERY " .' ; t f s F L O II It STOllK rpHaVaadersigBed hef leave to inform- their castoaiere a ana tne puduo tn.t, naviBs; woveasea uc iiues ana improved their establishment, they will have it ia tbeir power to siveeutrre satisfaction to their patrons. Thef will keep tne best brands of FLOUR, for family use, which win oe soia at roe lowest market price. . , . Their stock of x ' -- Breads, Cakes, Piesr Crackers, etc-, Will be found inferior to Bone", and In quantity to sjpplj the deriand. . -.. j v . -, . -Begimenta furnished with bread in exchange f r float at low terms. ' ' - -' - ADAMS A BROTHER. . JyS-lm . Beal street, between Second and the fiayoo. . MATTHEWS & HEMSHALL. MEMPfflS STEAM DTE WORKS. F the school of the great and eelebratcd Chemical J Dyers and Scours -, Cook A Matthews, of St. Louis, nas been tndnced tn open an. establiEbment for carrying On the above business in all its branches. Xvrrv de- eeription of geatlemen's COATS, VESTS and PANTS are dyed. Censed, aad restored to their original perfection- entir ly removing every spot of grease, paint, wax, and tar, together witj, all oth r bkmishes and imnuritiea to which sack gtrnwnts are liable, and warrant the spots not to reappear. Call and examine samples of Coat d easing. Especial attention paid to redyiog Ladies' DBESSKs and saiw 1,3, etc In case or failure to render aatis'sction ao charge will be msde. Office en Main, between Gyoee aaa JSeat, ....'..... . . . K-28-ly G. H. BLOOD & CO.. WBOUSALC ASD SIT All. CIAXSXS HI . . OILS, LAMPS, CAjiPLES, ETC. i SUPERIOR Stock of CxmX, Lard and other Oils, turning siuid. Lamps, Csadles, Beoioie, etc. . Maantsctarers of all kinds of Tin, Copper snd Sheet Iron . Work, Stovoa and Grates. - Importers and dealers in Foreign and Domestic L'quort, ivoacco ana uigars, ana ttectinors or a supen ... ot articles of Whisky. Old Caaadisn . : Wheat Whisky alawys ob hand .. . NOS. 4 AND 44 MONROE ST., MEMPHIS. TENN. N. B : Negrora, Horses, Mules and Farm Stock, City aad Country Beal Estate taken in exchange for goods. jyl7-tf ,,,, L,.,.-5 v . : . cojltierciaIa: n o t e JONES & HAZZARD, PHO 3F XI I 33 TO H. S JelTersoii-.Stret, BETWEESf MAIS AJiD FECNT KOW, : Je27tf ' "'" srEMPBS,"TESi'E3SEE, " . APPEAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE, (OLD APPEAL BUILDING-. ) Union Street. Between Main and Front Row. THE proprietors of this paper are prepared to print ia the best style, any number of - Posters. Programmes, . ' Circulars, . Hand Bills, BUI Heads. Bills of Lsdlag, Book Work, Dray Tickets, Steamboat Work. Cards of All Description, Hotel Work. Blanks And in act anything in the line of PRINTING, in the best style and as cheap at it can be done at any Print ing House in the city, . le28-tf " PAMTTBTj SAWYER. GENERAL APPEAL TO ALL IRISH PATRIOTS, FROM TUB NORTH AND FROM THE SOUTH, FROM THE EAST AND FROM THE WEST. RALLY, friends, to the glorious NATIONAL BAN NEB, the . . CHI0N AND THE CONSTITUTION. This Is the Charter of Oar Liberty and of Oar Freedom! That Freedom has beea trampled under the feet of petty tyrant., full of ambition to rule with imperial sway. They have Issued their foul scrip to any amount; they poured it into tht lap of their adorers; they bought up the necessaries of life at a price far beyond the reach of the laborer and the mechanic. Irishmen, tbey thiught in tbeir folly to starve us out. 'There are thousands of their cruel acts on record which the future will reveal. But, thank heaven, thia terrible time is past. The winter is over and gone. House, my friends, from all quarters, vrlih one voice, choot aloud, the UX1M MIST km SHALL SrSiAEVED.- f BE I am authorised to raLe from 100 to 600 men. I want Irishmen iu particular, because I know what drove them trom thtir own sweet home; I need not here dcTil it- history tells the story. I am an Irishman mraell, Irish bred and b.rn. My place of rendezvous is in the city of siempnis, wuere 1 snail be nappy to sbake bands witn you. I will say, as the warrior of old. that where my sword can reach, that spot I willmaiutain. IRISHMEN will be formed if they prefer it. into separate companies Office In the IrTlng Block, With Capt. ; Benson's Brigade. All Letters Addressed to Capt. DENSON, or Capt. JAMES H. QUINN, Irving Block, Second street, jylS-tf Memphis, Tenn. JSW GROCERY HOUSE. 12 FROXT ROW, CORNER 0 F MONROE STREET. have ou hand and are daily receiving Tea, Raisins, ' Starch, Salt, Shoulders, Mackerel, -Sardines, .' Segars, ' JcUies, Spices. Coffee, ; Soap, Flour, Hams, Cholee Beef, . Herring, Oysters, Brandy Peaches, Can Peaches, . . And a general assortment of GROCERIES, FRUITS and PROVISIONS, which we ofier ts the trad at the lowest rates. " ' e27-tf A. P. MOORE. good woag. ' - .. - - iw met. CHARLES A. BEEHN, . : PBACTICAl: i ' BOOK AND JOB PRINTE.R, : NO 13 MADTBON 8TREET." CP STAIRS. ' 1 ' . Between Main Street anil 1 - ,.. Front bow xMen,J,nI Tenn. Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Etc., Etc., Neatly Printed. JyH la - --. . .. .. ... ... .- . BOARDING. MBS. A. NIXON, whose husband was pilot of the gun boat Motmn City, and was killed la the late duMater to that ill-starred vessel, will tccommedate a few gentlemen boarders oa res soluble tsrms, jyll-lw sLOST OB STOLEN, ON tho 12th of July, TWO CHBCKS on ths city, one for. $45, dated Jane 17th, 1S62, No. 3348, the ether SCO, dated June 30th, 1862; No. 334. Payment ott the above checks hat been ordered Hopped, and all persons are hereby warned ajrainat trading with er for said cheeks. fjlli-lwj J". J0E'80a. FROM my s'able, at the corner of John's Avenue and " Bred lord street on Tnursdny. near- mrduigau July - : 10th, a light bay STALION, four yeais o'd. about 1A, hands hign and ia good condition, one havl foot white to pesttre jjat, long swi eh tall anl h-ur ruoed off a little does by the ramp. TWENTT-riVE Dollars wilt be -' paid for ls drilvery at said place, er at sne svcinwe- ttebSM. iA v 11 Hiavui , Jyu-f - FOSTER, GWYN & CO. comnssiox.MiERcnAiVTs AND DK1LKBS IN Produce, Provisions and Groceries, KO. 34 MA1JV STREET." ' WK have la store the following artiolw ahloh we will sell low for Cash, or In exchange for sugar, molasses or cotton. ! lOfO Bags Corn, 1 SOO Barrels Extra Family Flour, 40V - Meat Pork, SO Casks Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams, I ' 25 Boxes Cotton Carls, : I 100 Barrels Vinegar. Alto, a full supply of tvery article ia the Grooery Unei . . Jjl2'tf STRAW GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. at L.EIDY & CO.'S, 312 Main Street, Above Odd-Fellows' Hall . jyia-tf " . DOCTOR R. L.. LASKI. USilOS STREET, SOITUKAST C0EXEK OF MAIN STBEET. f T to 8, I S to I 7 to 8. A. M. P. M. " i OFFICE H0VB3 FROM JjrlO-ly ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. Front Row BETWEEN JEFFERSON AN L COURT STREETS, Memphis, Tennessee. jy2-tf PR IVATE MA T T E R S I DR. K ELLS' OFFICE IN JACKSON BLOCK, MAIN 8THKKT . (ovra CLtavs't a vaden's book stors) i' l4, Memphis, Tennessee, DR. KKLL9 it a graduate of one of the brat medical schools in the world, with many years experience In hoapt el and and private practise. Thousands testily to bis unexsmp'ed success. If you are suffering, do not delay, bnt go at onre to the Physician, whose whole business it is, and who thor oughly aaderstands it. He will restore yon to health. All Necessary Surgical Operations Performed, and - - All Communications Strictly Confidential. Ter ns moderate. Cure guaranteed. - OFFICE HOURS : From 8 a, at. to 12, and 8 t. at. to 8. jyl8-lm Situation Wanted. BY a competent BOOK-KEEPER, who is able to keep books for any business, commission, banking and steamboat business. Best references csn be giwn. Address, L. A. h., Union Appal office. jyI8 lw HENRY FOLSOM. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Military and Navy Furnishing Goods, NO. 3Q9 MAIN.- STREET, MEMPHIS, THNNBSSBE, AND No. 64 North. Fourth Street, ST. LOTUS, MO. J JEGIMENTd, CONTBACT0BS, BEALEBS AND Orticert supplied with everything -in the Army aid Navy BegulsOon, at ' --' - - i - ' Much Loner Price J " than was ever before offered in ths Western Country. . BEV0LVER8 of Every PATTEBN AND STTLE. Manufactured, Lafoucheaux Cartridges aad tied am- - munition of all kinds. " - - Orders by Mall, Promptly Executed. FIKLIV MABINX AND OPEBA GLASSES,- - U... jyia-lm i -s , , .'- X-'J... - IN 4BEAT VARIETT. For Sale. r ANT7MBEB ON. NEGRO GIRL AND BOtV Said Q rl is a first rate coos, washer and lrooer, sad good tsam strata. Apply at Novell A James' Negro Mart, jyls.lw SEXST BIESfZL'S. t i