Geu. Fremont then rose, amid deafening
applause, Ut endeavored several .times to j
mke himsafOEeard, bat it was qaite impossi-1
Die for bim to do so, from the cheers that the j
twenty-fire thousand in front of the platform ;
Uttered again and again. Hats and pocket I
hindkercLiefs wr waved furiously, and amid !
the erie-f -"Goir old 2klhfinder, you are '
the general for ny he said: It is hardlv
necessary to say that this great assemblage has j
w vue situation oi tne country,
wiiu liis otjeci oi adopting such measures as
will enable you to res Don d must immnrliate.lv
and mot rtectiTfly to the President's call for
trrwind y Ft.. 4.v.' . : :
troop."1 Bt at -the same time: it is unootevl
that this occasion will be used for such an ex
pression of your feelings and opinions as will
satisfy the country that the enthusiasm which
Characterized jour mealing held ' here last
year, as now, becomes yoo should be a settled
resolve, and that it is not in the ideas or pos
sibilities of the day that you should consent to
a dismemberment of your national territory.
Loud cheers, and cries) of . 44 Never." The
people realized that a decisive struggle, which
wouid tax their utmost energies, is now to
come, and that upon the issue of the struggle
depends the life f the nation.; Immense
applause. The South has resolved itself into
a great army, to the support of which all its in
dustrial energies and resources are directed.
You, too, will find it necessary to call into im:
mediate activity your immense resources to
meet the emergency. Cheers. For a brief
time cow war must become the business of the
nation. Cheers. .You. must show . your
soldiers that they nave not only your admira
tion and gratitude for the services they have
rendered to- you, but that they can rely on
your cordial and prompt "support, and that
they too have their great reserves in the
masses of the people,. 1 Cheers. By this ex
pression the executive will feel assured of an
intelligent, harmonious and effective co-operation,
and foreign governments will recognize
that we intend to maintain our historic place
in the family of nations at the head of the
great Democratic idea cheers, and that' for
the sake ef liberty we are resolved to maintain
this Union. Loud cheers. The men chosen
to address you to-day are amorg those in
whom you are accustomed to place confi
dence, and wEob opinions on these subjects
more or less reflect our own. Immense a q.
plause. I will now introduce to you other
speakers, r-. . ; ? -1 I v. O" '!
The North American, the leading commer
cial journal of Philadelphia, which from the
start has favored " Secretary Chase's money
scheme, is guilty of the. lollowing precious
piece of wisdom :
'The inflation of the -value of specie is
reaching such a point' as to demand some ac
tive measures to provide a remedy. Everybody
is cramped so much for small change as to be
bothered, on all occasions to transact the ordi
nary purchases of every-day life. The move
ment appears to be a steadily progressive one.
Gold v. as first driven out of circulation by the
premium on it f then silver get into demand,
grew scarce, And went up until it disappeared
from common use, as far as possible, and now
even nickels are held at a premium, as though
some new and extraordinary value had been
found in them. What causes this premium
on nickels ? They are not exported. They
are only of use at home. They are not valued
for hoarding. And yet the panic-mongers
have driven theni up to three or four per cent,
premium. There never was a more causeless
or ridiculous inliation than thin, and yet what
can we do to put a stop to it ?"
"Who ever saw ' inflated' gold or nickel?
The thing is preposterous. A Philadelphia
editor, if not a lawyer, ought to understafld
that gold and silver are the standard of values
the world over, and thaUwhen men say they
are at a premium, they mean that currency is
at a discount. ; . s ,. . " , v '. t
liut, continues this befogged journalist :
" If the export of specie furnishes any ground
for this panic, let the Government either pro.
YliXit Alt ( ) A 1 WV All mVVJBBravtlVM Af SnnAiA - abb low
aVUMt VUM1 V T SA kSWVU Va, PLrTJfwlTJ. Vl left V
such an export duty on specie as will effectual
ly cnecic tne movement."
In this recommendation the North American
is of course not trrare that U is proposing na
tional repudiation of our debts in its most of
fensive form ; yet such is the fact. The pre
cious metals are the only currency known be
tween nations, and to prohibit their export is
to say debt obligations with other countries
shall not be met,. It would be followed by
war with all the naval powers of Europe for
the recovery of their just dues. Another ob
j action to this scheme is, that it is nnconstitu-
tional to levy export duties.
" 'Greater love hath no man than this, that
a man lay down his life for his friend.' In the
face of this great -exhibition of love, which one
man may show another, ought net the Ameri
can people to be relieved from the imputation
of hating' the negro 7 They are willing to lay
aown ineir mes tor nim UYibune.
The American people are willing to lay
down their lives for the preservation . of tha
Union and the Constitution, and all their price
less benefits to themselves and their children.
Oa the Tribune's assumption we do not under
take to express an opmum. L,e; every man
answer to himself.
A kiw eruption of Vesuvius is expected at
ixapies. xns volcano is already sending forth
lava in the direction of Pompeii, and ashes in
the direction of Fortici. The atmosphere is
a ..a . ...
nigniy cnargea witn electricity a phenome
non which usually, precedes an eruption.
Thx New Albany Ledger, in referring to
the arrest of ilr. Jamos irnev Marshall.
says: "He is one of the editors ot the Louis
ville Express" Our cotcmporary is mistaken;
Mr. Marshall is not connected with this paper.
r 211. i'
Capt. Joskph Brown, of St. Louis, who
has a contract to build three gunboats for the
government, has had a trial trip of the small
est one of the threo at Cincinnati, She draws
thirty-five inches with everything on board,
and will be ready to start this week." The
machinery for "these boats was built in St.
Louis. They will be ready within contract
time. Two of the boats were to be built at
Cincinnati, and one the larger of the three
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Si new jxivnajt too. '
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It was but the other day that the Kentuck-
tan fcreneral JtCousEeau, in a public-speech, in
Louisville, declared unqualifiedly that there
would not be a slave left in the South if the
war were protracted another year.
Tbx military authorities of Massachusetts
inform-the people of every town in the State
just how many men they must raise to make
up the State's quota, of troops under the
new call. Tha appointment, for each town.
varies irom duo to 2,700. -
A TXSsibxx encounter took place at Lvnn
England, between a-bull and a stallion, in
which, both animals fought With the greatest
icrwiiy. Ane Dull at lengtn became vie
torious. . The horse was fri? htfullv. lararatwi
and dropped down in the field dead before it
urpbixb C. Kkkb is believed to be the as
sumed name of Thomas Middleton, who has
been for seme years the numerous editor of the
ww iur suwuy Mercury.
Uf PORT AST ORDER FSOS CBXIAU. I
SPECIAL OBBIES ?0. 4."
. EzABQCLBTams Cistbict or Wtsi Tararxsxax. ,
(Office Provost Marshal General.) , J
i ... Mtinn, Jane , lSGJ.1 )
( :e- , . .. . . ,- . j -,' e : r
passes' issued, for persons to pass . out of theeity
will be underatoed to mean Uie person alone, and will
not Include goods, letters or packages.
Where lattera ara found on persona passing out, .jj
arithnnt 'nr Tr-,mrA PAQCITT) Viv tHk PrOTABt Max- .
shall. Post Commander or General Commanding, thej .
will be seixed sad deErered to the ProTOst Marshall
and the offender arrested. " ' "J " M "11. .1.-. "
Powder, lead, percussion caps and. fire aftns ofaH
desciiptions are pontiTel y prohiJted from being car
ried ont of the city by citixens. 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 offense, and expulsion Sooth
oar lines, to be treated as spies if ever catight within
them thereafter, for the aeoond.
By command of Major-Gen. V, 8. Grant
Wau a HILL.? Eft,
je29-tf . ;; - ProToat Marshall General.
Hkavquabtess Bo a or Claimi,
. Hinriv, TeBO., Jnly 1, lStti.
The Buard of Cltdmt rabmits tae folWwiag ralea Ix
the gOTarnnwat of partiis akiD; relief and contMtinx
1, The party asking relief, moat make a short succinct
atatrnwnt in writing, showing that he property in eoo
tromny, la In mflitary poeaeeeion, and all the lecta le
letive to the eobject matter of eontroTwiy miiet be clearly
etated aad the statement tha made,' mart be awora to
by the party proeecnting. ' ,' '',-
2. 1 the pen lee Interested mat be named In the pe
tition, aad rnoMC hare notice of ettcb prueecntioii. '
3 The wrlttre atatementa of all pej-tie will be heard.
4. Arguments, except a short statement of the parties
wilt not be heard.
i. The Board win meet at 9 A. a. and In.'
6. Case set for trial at a particular hour mar be heard
at the time, or they will be dismissed without good reas
on can be ebown ftir continuance and not again heard.
JAMES R. SLACaT, 1 a
J. A. McLACOULIS, V Board.
:, i R. P. Da HABT. . j
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 10.
DISTRICT OP WEST TENNESSEE,
OmcB or trr PaoToe Hiuu GavcaAi,
Maura is, Teaneeene, July 2 IS62.
e a ,, . ; , , e r. - e
No newspaper will be permit .ed to be pnbliihed within
this District, aulas i the Editors and Proprietors thereof,
shall first take an oath thnt they will bear true allegiance
to the Government of the United St tee of America, aad
that they will inpport tha Constitution and Laws thereof,
. lisclaim or renounce ail allegiance to the so-called
Confederate States. Local Provost Marshal will ate that
thli order ia strictly enforced.
. , , , MM. B. UltiLl JUL. ,
j3-tf Colonel and Provost Martha! General.
GEXER1L MEDItlL OBOES So. 1.
HOSPITAL EEGUL ATION3 FOR THE
DISTRICT OF WEST TENNESSEE.
ARTICLK 1st ADM1SSI0N3 DISTRIB0TIOX8
" ' I PATIENTS ' .: ,,'. ',
SxcTtox 1. As it la desirable to avoid the crowding of
patients in the permanent hospital, none will be admit
ted who are not e.matantly, er in great part confined to
their beda : for all others, aa well aa convalescents, the
camp hospital ia the beat pl'e. Exception to this rule
la, where the carp to which the sick '- leug, is on the
marc a not having tent and camp-guard behifcu, and
not being an plied with anrgeone foranch suitable camp
hoap tal will be established in convenient places.
Psc. 2. A 1 pa tie ft seat to permanent hospitals, will be
furnlabed with tha following papers, vis : . Surgeons oar.
t.Jcate setting forth Diagnosis Prognosis and general
treatment of the disease and it dura' ion. 21. Master
and descriptive roll, clothing aad pay-account Should
the captains of companies have no b'adki, they must
copy the forms out of the revised Arm v Regulations.
The surgeon in charge is not to reject any patient for
want of such papers, but immediately notify the delin
quent officer of the omission, and if not rectified In reason
able time, ret 'jrt him or them to those headquarters
Etc. 3, Immediately after the morning visit, the at
tending surgeons will report to tha surgtna ia charge the
name, and ward of any patient whom he may consider in
a fitting state to return to his camp, and he having satis.
jed himself of the facts, will, furnish the soldier a pass
to his regiment, setting forth whether he considers him
fit to return to doty or otherwise. .
AB.TICLK Xnd. 8CBGE0NS AND Til EI B ASSIST, i
It xenon 1. The chief surgeon will act aa - superintend
ent of the whole eatabliihmeat, aad specially have in 1
charge Its Hygeine. He will saake frequent Inapeetiot s
of the wards, the kitchen, the water closets and see that
all his subordinates are at their posts. He will as far as
possible rectify all disorders en the spot, or if necessary
teport the amme. He wUl admit viitra, and give them
suitable Inatraetioaa for their intercourse with the aick. .
Bsc. 2. The assistant surgeons will have definite charges
assigned them by their chief aid him ia the performance
of his duties acd visit the aick, r utasz ..twice a day.
The morning call will commence at 8 t. the evening
call at 6 r. su Xach assistant surgeon will note his pre
scriptions, at the bed -aide of the patient, aa well aa the
diet prescribed, and hand the name to the hospital stew
ard, when the call is finished by him, to b entered in tbe
prescription and diet, boikfc , , , . r, ? ,,.,,,
Sxo. 3. Norses wiil be kind and affectionate with the
sick entrusted to their car., Uloa themselves no nn time
ly Jests or profanity , under military penalty.
Sec. 4. Female nurses, while they are expected to con
duct themlv?s with the utmost dignity and proprieiy,
will at once report to the cVjef sargeca or Medical Direct
or any rudeness or impropriety of conduct against them
selves. . . ...
Bsc ft. All the officers aad nurse will be mustered b
the chief surgeon at 7 a. X., aad at 9 r. at., at which
time the assistant surgeons will report that they are sat
isfied, that all tbe sick are In their wards.
Stc. 6. The ward-master will be assisted in hi duties
by the female nurses. In the supervision of the clothing,
washing and e-okTjg dnpartmeatar
f. ABTICLE 3d PATIENTS AND TI8IT0KS.
Sac 1. Fa'ient will obey and use all prescriptions
made for them by the medical officers, and adnviniated by
the nurses, will conduct themselves with propriety, use
no profane or indecent langoase, under penalty of f 1 for
every offense, to accrue to the hospital fund. P .
Sic, . Patients in the judgment of the eaeistaat sur
geons, able to de so, will rise at S a. bl, and make their
Sec. 3. All patients will, on entry into the hospital, te
divested of their Own clothing, and after being washed,
shaved acd combed, if their state admits of it, be invested
in hospital garmen.a. At their dismissal they will leave
all hospital clothing and resume their own, which has in
the mean time been thoroughly clean d. " .
See 4. Visitor will be admitted (Sundays excepted)
from 9 a. at. till Br. a. They will send np their card,
with the object of their visit to the chief surgeon, who, if
not incempatible with the good of the sick will admit
them. l j. ' ... c J
Sac 5. Xo wine, beer or spiritnoua liqnor, WUl be civ-
en by visitors to the patient, and they, as well as delica
cies, must be delivered to the surgeon for tbe benefit of
any of the sick, that may most require them, giving
however, the friend ot tbe visitor the preference, lndi
vidoalized charity produces heart bamiugs aad jeal.
ensiea, and is therefore improper in this case.
Sac 6. Persons desiring to visit sick prisoners-of-war.
must have in addition a permit from the Provost M arshal
Sac 7. Clergymen, in their official functions, will be
admitted at all hours. L ".'J ' ;-'J"4 '.";" K
; Sac. 8. Arrangements are to be made to' celebrate Di
vine service evaa-y Sunday morning, tor sack ef the tick
as ar able and willing to attend. -V-JOHN
0. 1". HOLSTON,
Jjt-tf Msdical Director.
j . i - s provost: maes hal's office.
i. j - - Mxarais, Tennnatea, July 3. 162. J ,
All place within lie limit of the city of Memphi
and its Immedint suburbs, kept tor the purpose of re
taSiag xrfrttums,c viaoos or i-a'.t liquors at any kind,
must be closed, and kept closed tj and after IS o'clock
m nf tiki. ri.T
lay person violating the letter ax, spirit of this order I
y keeping" open dr-nking saloon er retailing therein i ,
with-ckavd d-oii, will subject themselves to rmprison- ,
mt al the JorfeUara of their entire atoca. ,i
This order appUea to steamboaU while lying at Use
autdiag . - -, . .... i,..; .jrii.il
Lieut. CoL and Provost SUranal uf the ciry of Mea- ,
1,- bhta.. '-. ... v..' . , - - - . XfS-tf i
6EIIBA1 MEDICAL ORDER So. J- " j
BEADO,cAKTns. Dnrnuer or Wast Irmmii, '
atesapnia, iniy a, .
SacTioa 1. The rank of medical, aa well as other officers
fe decided according to Section 5 and Bection 9, of the
Revieed Army Begulatioo. Where therefore a surgeon
of the United Stat a Army, er a Brigada-aargaoa aervea
witn a DiTi-lon, holding hi commission from the Presi
dent be taifee precedence before all regimental enrgeona
an4 la theaenier officer.
A circnlar iaroed front !t wai office, Washington,
through the Adjutant-General of the United Slate Army,
definea that the eenior Medical Officer or a Division ia
ex-effick) to the Medical Director thereof.
Sic 2. Medical Director ot Division will inspect the
regimental hoapitala, instrument, medicines and stores,
aad aee that they are alwaya in efficient state for instant
. . -
- Sao. 3. Medical Director of Diviaieoa wUl aee that
Burgeoma ef regimenU carefully keep the various records
required by the regulations. . -
Sec. 4. To facilitate labor, Medical Directors of Divi
aka will require the eenicr Engineer of each brigade to
collect trim the Regimental Engineer their monthly
aad quarterly reports, consolidate them fur the brigade,
and send them to the Directors of Division, who in turn
arjl crnaoiidate the brigade report and transmit to the
atedical Director of the District the consolidated division
report without delar.
Sxo. 5. BegimeutBl Surgeon will, every morning, make
to the commander of their regiment the morning report
required by regulation, xnd aead a copy of the same to
the Medicad Director of Division. ,
By order ef Major -General Grant.
JOHN G. J. H0LSTON,
jj4:tf Medical Director.
GENERAL ORDERS SO. 60..
Hxadqttaktxks Dist. ot Wxst Tesb, 1
. . Memphis, Tenn July 3, 1862.
The system of guerrilla warfare now being
prosecuted by some troops organized undei
authority of the so-called Southern Confed
eracy, and others without such authority,
being so pernicious to tne welfare of the
community where it is carried on, and it je-
mg 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 a
sufficient amount of personal- property, from
persons in the immediate neighborhood sym
pathizing with the rebellion, to remunerate
the Government for all loss and expense of
tion. v .
Peison 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 Major General IT. S. Grant.
John A. Rawlins, A. A. G.
SPECIAL ORDER In 0. 12.
DISTRICT OF WXST TKNNEf EB, "
Orrics or thx Paovose Masssal Gcsxsai
sscarais, Tennessee, July 4, 1862. )
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If any prop lie tor o. -jeenpant of any building in an)
Iowa or city within this District, ia the occupancy of the
Federal army, shall display or suffer to ke displayed, from
his or her house any treasonable flag or other emblem in
tended to Insult the Federal army or loyal citizen, it
shall be the duty of the Local Provost Marshal to tak
immediate possession of such' building and remove th
occupants, and convert tbe same te hospital or other Gov
WM. 8. HILLTKB,
Provost Marshal General,
JyS tf District West Tenn.
SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 132.
UUBQEARTFKS, DlSTBICr or WEST TlSSXSSXX, I
- : : Memphis, July 8, 18Ci
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All eroaaing of the river In skiff or private boats is posi
Private b ate crossing either way will be seized and
tarnci iato the Qaartermasters Department; owners or
passengers si. sated and required to take the oath of
allegiance, or be placed oa the Arkansas shore and ad'
monisned not to be caught within the Federal lines again
en pain of being dealt with aa spies.
The Navy is requested to co-operate with the militat y,
in the enforcement of this order. -.
By command of Major Gen. V. S. Grant.
JOHN A. RAWItlNGS,
jT9-tf Aasiatint Jdjutaut General.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 91.
H LAIXJ UASTtM, DlSTUCT Or Wilt TlKSTrSSIK.
Mxarais, Tennessee, July 4, 1862. j
I. Officers snd soldiers are hereby prohibited, nn-sr
severe penalties, from selling military clothing, anus or
ammunition, whether the same be public or private
property, to citisens. In cases where such sales have
been made, the citizens who r-vrchaeed th same will at
once return 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-
reatej and placed in confinement.
II. It is made tbe duty of all officers to ee that this
order is strictly enforced, and that all officers, soldiers or
citixena violating the aame, by either selling or purchas
ing, are arrested.
By command of Major General U. 8. Grant.
JNO. A. RAWLINS,
jjll-tt Assistant Adjutant General.
SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 133
HsajQr.BTr.BS, Durucr or West Tissessxk. 1
ataapnu, July 9, 1862. j
uompialnta of recent irregularities, brought to the
attention of the General Commanding, render necessary
the publication of the following orders :
I. Office, Boa-comsaiseioned officers, soldier and per
sons la the service of the United States, are forbidden to
trespass upon tbe orchards, gardens or private groanda
oT any person or persons, or in any manner whatever to
interfeN with the same, witkent proper written authori
ty so to do. Maraading, pilfering, and aay unauthorised
and-anaecesfary seizure or destruction of private prop
erty, is prohibited by Genetal Order ef the Department,
No. S and 13, aeries of 1861, and wot be punished wf h
the extreme penalties Imposed by th laws of War, which
ti death. - .J' . .,, r j -
' II. Commissioned officers of companies will not pass
their camp line without written permission of their dis
trict, brigade or regimental commander, and then only
on official bnaiiiesa, or ether argent aad satisfactory
reasons, tcaSje given ia the letter of pe -mission. Non
commissioned officers and soldiers are prohibited frej
leaving camp at any time, ercept when detailed en duty
or on the wr:ttea permission of the Beglueatal Com
manders, who may grant such permission to not more
than three saea at aay one time from each company, te
be absent onder charge of a nea-comniiasioned officer,
whe will be held responsible for their good conduct. .
IIL The pickets and guard relietj will remain at their
ic mediate picket or guard stations, unless in the dis
charge ef proper military dnty, and will not straggle
therbfroam, under penalty of being arrested aad Severely
and snmmSiily dealt with. - ,. I.'!..;-
' IT. No commissi oned officer, aon-commieaioned officer
or oWler will a permitted to be absent from a mpafter
ifAat.,,:'.A ."i'Juv L
T. Th military police patrol, and picket guaris tO
arrest all persona found violating any of the provisions
of this order, either by trepasalBg npba tha gardens,
uestract oa ex pi-.vase pronT,. w rwnas; vuuiue in j
caip I!mj, or aufliax treat tfaatr guard stati-ms, wit be W a.
oat proper authority : Commlssiened officers to be re- j
parted to District, Division-or Brlfvie Headquarters, .
aad non-commissioned officers and eolulera to be taken !
belie the Pro foe t Marshal, a i c n : . i i ij j t : f
VI. Officer of rea-imeata, detachment and ooatpaaise,
and oScara of the day and of the police, are eaJointdto
as their atauat dOiaaacela aaasJag kaowa aad eaiorc-
lagtU erders aeweiary for the safety of the coamaad
,4 theciiy.- "s ' : " -x l -"J' t; .: . v
BT order of Major fleaera V. 8- Greats - ., ;
jylt-tf - . t '- Aeelstant Adjutant General. .)
SP2CIAL OKt)R:NQ llTttnV 9' J?.
DI9TBICT OP WEST TENNISSK, - )
J ' " Omcs or vnx Parvost atasaas Gwaaax,
j . , --. Mxxrsus Teaneat, July 9, ISttA. ;
e .. - e a . , . a a e .
All paasea heretofore issued to citiaene, either by the j
Commanding General, the Protest Marshal General, the
Provost Marshal of Memphla or aay other officer . which
may have been issued sithout the party being required to
take Use oath .T allegiance or give the prescribed parole of j
Hunw, aw screy revewrc. - .
No pass will be granted ia any case hereafter, except
upon the taking of the U or farole. ,
The parole will be aohatinked for .be Mith only in
special oases (at the discretion of tha efficer authorised to
grat passes) where the party lives beyond the protection
of aer army.
By command of Major General Grant. ' ,
I Wl. 8. HILLTKB,'
jylO-tf Colonel and Provoit Marshil General.
SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 134.
HxanacanTns, Dinraicr or Was Txji nisses.
Mxxram, .Tn!y 10, 1S62. f
' a ' e - - - ' r j -
Col. Clark B. Ssgon, Aid-de-camp, i hereby appointed
Acting Inspector General for the district.
He will immediately visit all the encampments around
the city of Memphis, and teport the condition of each aa
to police, discipline, choice of location both aa to health
and defensive advantagea. and whatever else may present
itself worthy of note.
By command of Major General C. 8. Grant.
JKO. A. BAWLINS,
jjll tf Assistant Adjutant General.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. M.
DISTRICT OF WIST TKNNXSSXX ")
, Omcs or the Paovoer MaasHat. GsKEnax. V
1 Msarau, lenoessee July 10, 1862. J
the constant communication existing between the to-
Called Confederate army, and their friends and sympa
thizers In the city of Men.phis, despite the orders here
tofore isiued and tha jtTerta to enforce them, constrains
the is ning of the following order :
Tbe families now residing ia the city of Memphis, of
the following persons, are required to move outh beyond
our lines within five days from tha date hereof:
I, All persons holding commissions in the ao-called
Confederate army, or who are voluntarily enlisted in said
army, or rho accompany and are connected with the
It. AU persona holding office under or in the employ of
tbe so-called Confederate government.
III. AU persciJ holding State, County or municipal
offices, who e aim allegiance to said co-called Confederate
government, and who have abandoned their families and
Safe conduct beyond oar line will be given to the par-
tie, hereby required to lft-Te, upon application to the
Provoet Marshal General, or the Provost Marshal of
By command of Major General TJ. 8. Grant.
Wa 8. UlLLTKB,
jyll-a Colonel and Proroat Marshal General.
SPECIAL OKDElt NO 15
DISTBICT OF WEST TKNNESSXX,
Orricx or ran Paovoer Massaai. Gimu,
MKMrHU, Tennessee, July 11, lSt2.
e e a
Ia order that innocent, peaceable, ai.d well disposed
persons may not suffer for i-e bad conduct of the guilty
parties coming within the purview of Special Order No.
14, dated July 10, 1862, can be relieved tea tbe tpera
tion of said order No. 14, by signing the following parole,
and producing to the Provost Manual General ot tha
Provost Marshal of Memphis, satisfactory guarantees
that they will keep the pledge tLtrein made :
I. I have not since toe occupation of the city of
Mtmphls by the Federal army, given aid to the so-called
Confederate army, nor given or tent any information of
the movements, atrength or position of the Federal army
to any one connected with said Confederate army.
II. ' I will not during the occupancy of Memphis by
the Federal army and my residing therein, oppose or con
spire against the civil or military authority of the United
States, and that I will not give aid, comfort, inf. rmation.
or encouragement to the so-called Confederate army, nor
to any person co operating therewith.
All of which I state and pledge upon my sacred honor.
F command of Major General Grant. , '
Wm. 8. HILLTKB,
Jyl3 tf Provost Marshal General.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
HaautraaTias, Chtes States FoxcEstsarais,
District West Tennessee, July 17, 1862.
I. Traitors and rebels who refuse to comply with the
law aad aupport the constitution of the United State,
should not be permitted to remain within the camp lines
ef the Federal army. At this time the corporate limits
of the eity of Memphis are within the lines cf the United
States Forces ; and all male residents, or aojourners,
within the 1 miti 'of said City, between the ages of
eighteen and forty-fire yean, who ar mpttble of bearing
arm ar hereby required te tak the oaih of allegiance
to the United State, or leave tha limit of said dry with
in six days after the publication of this order.
II. If any parson witi.ln the limits of said city, shall
hereafter, pabli h, speak, or utter seditious or treasona
ble langoaga, towards the Government of the United
States, the Provoet Manhal shall, n;oa proof of tbe
fact, banish aver person so offending, to tha State of
III. Aay person who shall violate the provisions of the
First Section of this order, ahall be deemed a py, and,
after conviction, treated accordingly.
IT. Persons leaving the city under the previsions of
this order, will not be required to take any oath, or give
a parole, but win receive a pass from She Provost Mar
ahal. ' Th oath of allegiance hereby required, must be,'
snbttantiaTly, in the following foim: m
I eetemniy swear, that I will bear true allegiance to
tha United State of Amerii-a, and support the Constitu
tion and laws thereof; that I will oppose secession aL.d
rebellion that I denounce the so caller Confederate
States, and pledge my hoaor, property, and life to tbe
sacred fulfillment of this oath, hereby freely taken, ad
mitting that its violation will be illegal and infamous.
Tbe oath must be subscribed and sworn to before the
Provost Marshal. - - 1 '-'
By order ef Alvln P. Hovey, Brigadier Ge.- era! com
mending. '- - ' ; -"--,' - "
- JOHN I. PHILLIPS.
jy!8-tf Assistant Adjutant General.
ORDERS NO. 56.
HIADQUBTIRS FIFTH DIVISION,
' Ashy or tbe 'XaascssEa,'
, . Msarfcis, Tsnnessee, July 81, 1862.
Th wnderaigued hereby assumes command in Mem
phi aad vicinity. All order iaraed by my predeceasora
will be respected and enforced.;' ,
. Staff effieera Stationed at Memphis will report at onje
in writing, giving fall information aa to the condition ef
their Departments and the location oi their officers. ;
. W. T. BHKKtlAN,
jyxS-tf - - Major-GeneraL. .
niOX MEX AXD SOLDIEES, COME TO HE!
Sutler and Military Goods. ; f
XHAVX located at "So. 24 Front Bow. where I shall
keep coaataotly oa naadV at wholesale aad retail
price, Sutler aad military gtods,' and respectfully so
licit a liberal patronage front my friends in the army.
jj22-ln J. kBOCeli
APPEAL JOB PRESTI5(F OFFICE,
( OLD APPEAL . BUILDING: J "
j Uiaion Street, Between .Tlain
' and Front Row.3 '
I .... , .
. . Clreainre,
Bllla of Lading,
Bank Work, ,
Cards of All Description,
And in fact anything in the line of PRINTING, in the
best style and as cheap as it can be done at any Print
ing House in the city,
TO ALL IRISH PATRIOTS,
NORTH AND FROM THE SOUTH,
EAST AND FROM THE WEST.
to tbe glorious NATIONAL BAN-
UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION.
This Is tbe Charter or Our Liberty and
of Oar Freedom!
That Freedom haa been trampled under the feet of petty
tyrant, lull of ambition to rule with imperial away.
Tbey have issued their teul scrip to any amount; they
poured it Into the Up of their adorer; they bought up
the necessariee of life at a price far beyond the reach
of the laborer and tbe mechanic. Irishmen, tbey
tUmght in tbeir folly to starve us ont. There are
thousands of tbeir cruel acts on record wbich the future
will reveal. But, thank heaven, this terrible time is
past. Tbe winter is over and gone. Bouse, my friends,
from all quarters, w'.ih one voice, thout aloud, the
UMM MIST AXD SHALL
I am authorized to raise from 100 to 600 men.: J want
Irishmen iu particular, because I know what drove them
Irom thtir own sweet home; I need not here dftil it
history tell the story. I am an Irishman tnysett, Irish
bred and born. My place of rendecvou i in the city of
Memphis, where I ahall be happy t3 shake hands with
you. I will say, as the warrior of old. that where my
word can reach, that tpot I will maintain.
IRISHMEN wiil be formed
if they prefer it.
into separate companies
Office In the Irving Block, With Capt.
' All Letters Addressed to
or Capt. JAMES H. QUINN,
Irving Block, Second street,
jylS-tf Memphis, Tenn.
eooD wobk tow rtiCE.
CHARLES A. BEEHN,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. IS MADISON STREET, UP STAIRS.
Between Main Street jit JMemphl8, Tdin.
Cards, Circular, Bill-Head, Etc., Etc., Neatly Printed.
MRS. A. NIXON, whose husband waa pilot of the
gun boat Motwn Cm, and was killed in the late
disaster to that ill-starred vessel, will accommodate a
few gentlemen boarder on reasonable term, jyll-lw.
ADAMS' CHOICE FAMILY BAKEET
THE undersigned beg leave to inform their customers
and the public that, having increased fac lilies and
improved their establishment, they will have it in tbeir
power to give entire satisfaction to their patron. They
will keep tne beet brand of F LOUR, for family nee, which
will be sold at the lowest market price. -,
Their atock of
Breads, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, etc-,
Will be found inferior to. none, and in quantity to supply
Regiment furnished wiiu bread ia exchange fr flout
at low term.
ADAMS A BROTHER.
Jy6 lm Beat street, between Second and tbe Bayou.
MATTHEWS & HEMSHALL.
MEMPHIS STEAM DTE WORKS.
J f the school of the great and celebrated Chemical
J Dyer and Scour-, Cook A Matthews, of St. Louis,
ha been indnced to open an establishment for carrying
oa tbe above business in all its branches. Every de
re rip tion of gentlemen's COATS, VESTS and PANTS are
deed, e'eneed, and restored to their original perfection
entir ly removing every fpot of grease, paint, wax, and
tar, together witn all other blemishes and impurities to
which inch garment are liable, and warrant theepotanot
to reappear. Call and examine aaripteaof Coat d easing.
Especial attention paid to redytng lad.ea' D&ESSKs and
SHAWLS, etc. In case of failure to render satisfaction
no charge will be made. Office on Main, between 0yoo
and BeaL teXS-ly
COMMERCIAL H OTEL.
JONES & HAZZARD,
- e . '. Jefferson . Street,
BETWEEN MAIN AND FBCNT ROW. !
FOS TER.G WYNCO..
AND DALXBS IK.
Produce, Provisions f and , Groceries,"
NO. 345 MAIS STREET.
K have ia store the following 'articles whloa we"
wut sell torn tot Ohsn, or tn aceuaDge tor sugar.
molasses or cotton. ,.;- 1. .
.t ' ....
., j - 10CO Bags Cora, . t .. . . :'
f 600 Barrels Extra Family flour,
" f 400 Maas Pork, -V-
I 80 Casks Bacon Sides; Shoulders aad Hams, '
. j 25 Boxes Cotton Carls, -t
' 100 Barrel Vinegar. . , V 7
Also, a full supply cf every article la the Grocery
line. Jyl2 tf
HAT3 AND CAPS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
. LEIDV & CO.'S,
218 Main Street, Above Odd-Fellows' Hall
DOCTOR R. L. LASKI.
601THE1ST COSNElt Or MAIN STREET.
f T to 8,
3 to 6
( 7 to 8.
OFFICE HOI RS FROM
PR I V A T K
OFFICE IN JACKSON
BLOCK, MAIN STKEKT .
(ovsa cleave' a vadeh's book sroax)
DR. KELL3 s a graduat f on of the be at med'csl
scanols tn the world, with many years experience
iu hospl al and and private practice. Thousand testily
to hi nnexamp'ed aurcess.
If you are suffering, do not delay, but go at once to the
Physician, whoee whole busines it ia, and who thor
oughly aaderatands it. He will restore you to health.
All Necessary Surgical Operations Performed, and
All Communications Strictly Confidential.
Ter n moderate. Cure guaranteed.
0FFICK U0TJR8: From 8 a. si. to 13, and 2 T. at. tos.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER IN
IHilifcirv mill 21vv Fiirnishinsr
NO. 339 MAIN STREET,
MEMPHIS, TENNK88KE, AND
No. 64 North Fourth Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO. . .
JEGIMENTS, CONTRACTORS, DEALERS AND
Officer aupplied with everything in the Army and
Navy Regulation, at '
PIucU Lower Price)
than wa ever before offered in th Western Country.
REVOLVERS of F.very PATTERNAND STYLE.
Manufactured, Lafoucheaux Cartridge and fixed am
munition of ail kind.
Orders by Mail, Promptly Executed.
FIELD, MARINE AND 0P1BA GLASSES,
i.ia i- iv AQTiT rimrrT
jj w-i- ............
Q. H. BLOOD & CO.,
WHOUS.UE AND EMAIL DIALIBS IN
OILS, LAMPS, CANDLES, ETC.
A SUPERIOR Stock of Coal, Lard and other Oils,
Manufactnrera of all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Work, Stoves and Grates.
Importers and dealer in Foreign aad Domestic L quors,
Tobacco and Cigars, and Keoti tiers of a superi
or trticle of Whi.ky. Old Canadian
Wheat Whisky alawy oa hand
N0S. 43 AND 44 MONROE ST., MEMPHI8, TENN.
N. B : Negrori, florses. Mule and Farm Stock, City
and Country Real Estate tskeu in exchange for good. -
THE SiEW MILITARY STORE,
293 Main Street.
COItNftti OF MONROE.
LOEB tSe BROS,
JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK
ALL KINDS OF GENT'S
. FURNISHING GOODS.
HAVE a fine, large, and well built WAGON tor aale.
Apply to ,
Poplar street, near ihe bayoo.
Strayed or Stolen,
the subscriber, on half mile from th Fair
Grounds, on Saturday laat, tbe 12th instant, a dark
BAT HORSE, the two bind feet tipped with wLite acd
a mark of saddle on tha back, and branded a the kett
side. A liberal reward will b paid for hi delivery to
-i : - i-i- . 1 A. danebi, . .
Opposite ths Memphis and Charleston
JylS-8t SaUroad Depot,
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