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J l ii 1 If fist What an cTqoifits poHdM has hm chanced to t tha nutherof dumebiM! , . - . 8h ia my only girl ; ' r I asked for her a some bum preciows thing. For all ui, finished was Love's jewelled ring, Till set wita this fair pearl ; The shade that Time broocht w-th I roold art se ; , 11 jw aTt haw perfest, secned tne gilt ta auil Oh. many offeot tune , ; I j $ I need to king uut that deadened car. ' ; And sufierrd not tha rirhteet (ootjtsp near, , Lest she a gat wake too soon ; ' f. Ami fcabad aerbrother' laughter while the lay Ah I needles aarc 1 1 Bight havw let then play. Twa long ere I believed That thi one daughter might not apeak to me ) t ; Wailed an t watched, Ood know how patiently t How willing!; deceived: Vaia Love wa lung the nntirirar nurse of Faith, And tended Hope until it pined to death. l,T hi O-Ofc ! If aha cornld MTbtar O Tor one short boar, till I ber tongue miht teach Toca.Vn) won) ra. in the broken speech That thrills the luotberai ar I . A las I those sealed Hps nenr maj bettirred ' To the deep music of that lovely word. My heart it aortly Idea : To s her kneel, with such a rerertot air, i I Iieeidelltr brother at their evening prayer ; Or lift those earneat eyes To wat-h our lipa, as though our words he k new, TLen nu-ve her own, aa she were speaking, too. I '.. 5 fas watched bef looking wp ' To tbe bright wonder of a sue set sky, t 'With such a tfeptho meaning 1st h'x eye, f ' i -That I could almost hope The trugling soul norm burst ft binding cords, Aud tin long pent-up tfaeaghta flow forth in word. The song -of bird and bee, - ' The rhorui cf the breezes, streams and proves, All tha grand music to which Natur moves, - . - Are wasted melody . - -, To her : tlie world el sound a tuneless void ; W hile even SiLiac bath its charm destroyed. Her face ia vary fair ; Tier bine eye beautiful; of finest monld Tha wort, while brow, o'er which, in ware! of gold, Hippies her shining hair. Alas! this lovely temple cioeod most be, , Tor lis who made it keep the master key. Wills Hi the mind within Should from carta's Kahel clainor b kept free, K en tht Bis still, small voice and steps might be Ueard stits inner shrine, Thronch that K en hub of soul, with clearer thtill ? Then should I grieve? Oh, murmuring heart, be still! She seems to bare a sense , ' I fit qvirt gladnessm her noiseless play : She hatb a pleasant mule, a gentle way, Whose voiceless eloquence. Tourbc all bearts, though 1 had cnoa tlie tsar ThiU e'en are r-ATui would not care for bar. Thank God ! it is not so ! And when his sonsare playing merrily, ' flie comes and leans her bead upon his knee. Oh ! at such times I know . ' Tiy his fall are aud t nee luldued end mild - liuw bis heart yceun towards bis silent child. Not of AM gifts bereft, Kven now. liuw could I say she did not speak ( What rtal l.u tzuazt lights ber eye and cheek, An1 meters thsnks to Hi who left . I'nto her soul yt open avenues , , i ur jvy to eiiti r, ul lr love t use, ' And God in love doth give To ber defect a beauty of its own ; ; ', . . Aud we a deeper t nderners bare known " ; ... ' '' " Through that for which we grieve: Yet sliaH the seal le melted from her ear. Yea, and nr Twice shall all it but hot null. When that new sensa Is given, Whal rapture will its flrst eiparieooa be I That never woks to meaner melody Than the rich songs of Heaven To Hcaa the fuU.tuuad anthem swelling round, While angels teach tha ecstasiee of sound! Wlckllffe and Carllle. ' '' Tbe President ia woll rid of one class of his ml Titers, and the country i to be congratulated thereat. Recently, as tho representative of the iveotutky policy, the oil man Wickhlie was frequently closeted with the President, persistently attempting to tay proceedings aptiiKt the rebels. ' lie failed, and it ia to be hoped lias uttered his last counsels at the White House. Secetsionism has struck its root ' deeply ia the . family of ex-President Tyler's postmaster-general. Col. Wickliffe, ' onecf tbe sens, cooimsnds th 5th Kentucky regiment in the Confederate army; another son, Bon. W icklin?, ex-trovernor of Louisiana, with his two nephews also joined the rebel standard. Another or e, CoL Charles Wick. lifi'e, wits killed at Shiloh, and Cpt. NaL V ickiifle, who was aid to Gen. A. S. Johnston, is still in the service. K:kljuVd last effort in bisspeech at the revivca em-OI-.lanuary ami-war meeting of DeuX-KTatS at Indianapolis, where he boldly declared that " !N 'tgp' tchemes had put the War back at least a J ear, aou rieeemfUt-a lae call lor 300,- 000 mora volunteers." If used fit war iA sup- port 0 the Constitution and the L nion, he huped the government VXiuLt yet them." J ' ' But Air. , W ICkline s speech was patriotic con: partad with John S. Carlilo's. The latter uttered tetittmenu that ehould entitle him to a place in Fort W arren. He is the renecade who bus deceived and -outraged the people of ins new Mate, ana nas already received their condemnation. At a war meeting in Knox ville, Taylor county, Yjrginia,, last week, it was Unanimously - "Resolved, That the course in Congress of ur oenator, jonn a. uariue, in voting with secessionists and secession sympathisers, in alt or a large number of his votes, and also in op posing and voting against the admission of the new btate ; has neither met our wishes nor re flected our sentiments, and we hereby request mm io resign a position wnicn ne nas suown himself unworthy to fill. ThW Carlile was a third rate lawyer in liar rison county, and one of the lowest grade of politicians, ne ownea two negroes, a wench, and a young black with Carlile'i features. "W hen the rebellion broke out he hastened to put his small affairs in shape, and abandoning Bveryiuuig, was aciuany. overtaken while on his way to Pennsylvania as a fugitive, without courage enough to take part on either side. Unfortunately, he was persuaded back as a compromi.a candidate to head the new State movement. His latter life is all comprised in the resolution above, and is a very fitting pre face to his present connection with th aoti-'.,-ar party. Pass the dog arouad.--CAcyo ' Tribune. " t ' i - ' v j. r 'Mrs. Partington told Bemus, the other day in confidence, that a young man had permitted infanticide, by blowing out his brains, while ' in a state of delicious tremendous, nl the cor oner was holding a conquest over his remains. .'- ;: m ' : .' Mr. Cnnixg, being on a Parliamentary Committee one day, entered the room as all the members were seated and ready to com- mence business. ; Perceiving no; empty seat, be bowed, and looking around tbe table, with a broil expression of countenance, said: "Will ' any gentleman move that I may take the chair J "Ipo.tiot say,t r remarked Mr. Brown, " that Jones is a thief ; but I do say that if his farm joined mine. I would not try to keep sheep. t i ! Ji -ti .-- -"iU ! Apreacuek, in a funeral sermon on a lady After summing up all her good qualities ad , dod, " that she always reaehed her husband his . hat without mattering.". . Dos'1? always ie troubling yourself about the etTectof what you do and say shouting to hear the echo of your own voice. - , Tn delayed answer to prayer5 corhoa heav . ily freighted with good m the right time. No petition a forgotten whichS is sent vtf by the i aincere souk God never' forgets anything asked in Jesus' name. - "I suppose," said a quack, whUe feeling the pulse of a patient who had reluctlently sub mitted to solicit his advice. I suppose you think me a bit of a humbug T " Sir," grave ly replied the sick man, I was not aware un ,til now that you could so readily discjrer s jnaa'i thc-pgha by feelipg hi pake." ' - I Js" PORT AST ORDER. FROM GKSERAL GUiST'S COMMAXD. - - ' ' ' l . SPECIAL ORDERS Xo. 4. EEADQraTTU DisTBH-r or West TnrsisaitY ' piffle X'ruTot Mrsh;J Getiernl.) V MHiphis June "8, ISCi J Faaas tasueJ for persons to pass out of tlieeily will be under?too4to mean the person alone, and will not include goods, letters or packages. . ) Where letters are found on per.ona passing out, withont beinj; marked PASSED by the Provost Mar shall, Post Commander or General Commanding, they will be sened ant! dei:rered to the Provost Marshall and the Seoder arretted-"" Powder lead percussion caps and fire arms of all descriptions are positively prohi.ted from being ear ned out of tbe -city by eilisena. Citizens are bU- pro hibited from carrying them withiu the city limits oa pain of forfeiture pf euck weapons and ten days con finement, for the first olfenae, and expulsion South o our lines; to be treated as spies if eer caught withia tliera thereafter, fut the second. B3' command of Major-Gen. U, S. Grant. Ws. S. HILLrER, je29-tf " Prorost Marshall General. HtorARTEiu Bo -.d or Ct,iw, - r,: HliriiH, Tenn., July 1, ISii The Board of Claims submits the following rules la the government of partus asking relief and contesting claims. . - 1. The party asking relief, must make a short succinct statement in writing, showing that the property ia con troversy, is in military possessiun, aud all the facts tw- latire to the snhject matter of controversy must be clearly stated, and the statement thus made, nm.it he 8 worn to by the party prosecuting. 2. A.',! the parties interested meat he named in the pe tition, and must have notice of such prosecution. 3 The written statements of all parties will be heard. 4. arguments, except a short statement of the parties will not be heard. - 6. Tbe Board will meet at 9 a. a. and 2 P a. 6. Caae set for trial at a particular hour mur be heard at the time, or they will be dismissed without good reas on can be shown for continuance and not again heard. JAMES B. 8LACK 4 J. A McLAUiiliLIN, - Board. B. P. I UAUT. SPECIAL 0IIBE11 NO. 10. DISTBICT O? WEST TESSESSEE, Orrics or the Provost MAasaaL Gesksal, Memphis, Tenneo-e, July ii, '' a No newspaper will be permit ed to be published withia this District, nulesi the E'litors acd Proprietors the.-eof, shall first take aa oath that they will bear true ailegiaoce to the Government of the United States of Amel ica, and that they will support the Constitution and L.iws thereof, an Jinclaim or renounce all alleeiance ti tbe vo called Conf. derate States. Local Provost Marshals will ste that this order is strictly enforced. . - - . H ivi. t. lit 1.1.1 r.u. Jy3 tf Colonel aud ProvuSt Marshal Genertil. GE.XEK1L MEDItAL OKDEK Xo. 1. UOSP1TA1. 11EGULATTONS FOlt THE DISTRICT OK AV EST TENNESSEE. ARTICLE 1st ADMISSIONS DISTRIBUTIONS OF PATIENTS Section 1. As it is desirable to avoid the crowding of patients in the permanent hospitals, nooe will be admit ted who are not Constantly, or iu great part confined to their beds : for sll olhrrs, as woll aa convalescents, the camu hospital it the bent pi Exception to this rule la, where the corps to which the sii k t long, is uu the march notharicg tents and raiup guitj U.hii', and not being uu piled with surgeons f r su h suitablecamp hasp tals will bo established in convouieut plis. Bsc. 2. A I patier,U sent to )eruiiueut hospitals, w ill t-e furniched with the following papers, vz: Sutgeous cer- t.Jc&te setting forth "Diugaosis Proooia and general treatment of tbe Oip.-ano aud its 0uraiin. 2J. Muster and ceriptive roll, clothing and i ay.ccjnnt Should the captains of companies have n j bia.ik, they mint I cejy the foims out of the reused Arny Keglatnns. I The surgeon in chargi is not to reject any patient for I want of such japtra, hut immediately notify the delin I Qent officer of the omission and if not rectified in reason- I able time, re; rt bun or hem to tuoe hrad,juarters- I Bic. 3. iinmediatel) after the morning visit, the at- I tending surgeons will report to the surgeon iu charge the I i ame, and ward of any patient whom he uiay consider in ntting state to return to his camp, and be having s:itis tjed himself of tne fat ts, will furnish the solaier a pass to bis regiment, setting forth whether he considers him fit to return to dutv or olhera ise. N ARTICLE 2nd. STJRGliOSS ASD THEIB ASSIST- 1 ANTS. bscTlOH 1. Tho chief surgeon will act aa snperinteDd ant of the whole establishment, and arecially have in charge its Hygelne. Ue will make frequent icspectior s of tha wards, the kitchen, tbe water closets and see that all his subordinates are at tbeir posts. He will as far as possible rectify all disorders on the spot, or if necessary le port the same. lie will admit viitrrs, and give them suitable iustruetions for their intercourse with the sick. Sic. 2. The assistant surgeons will havedefioite charges assigned them by their chief aid him in the performance of hi duties acd visit the sick, ix least twice a day. The morning call will commence at 8 a. ., the evening call at 6 r. v. Each assistant surgeon w ill note bis pre scriptions, at the bed -eide of the pationt. as well as the diet prerotiiied, and hind the same t the hospital stew ard, when the call is finished by him, to bj entered in tbe prescription and diet books. ,. Bsc. 3. Nurses will be kind and affectionate with tbe sick entrusted to their can, tlloa themselves no untime ly jest or profanity, under military penalty. Btc. 4. Female nurses, w bile they are expected to con duct themselv? with the utmost dignity and pmprie'y, will at once report to tho c-ief surgeon or Medical Direct or any rudeness or impropriety of conduct against thera elvea. t"; Bsc. 6. ATI the officer and nurse will be mastered by tha chief surgeon at 7 a. v., awd at 9 p. m., at which time the assistant surgeon will report that they are sat isfied, teat all the sick an in their wards. Skc 6. The ward-mister will be assisted la his duties by the female nurses, ia the supervision of the clothing, raobiag and c-ck'ig dnpartments: ' ' ARTICLE 3d PATIENTS AND T1SITOB9. Sec 1. Patients will , ebey and use all prescription made lor them by the medical officers, and adtr.inisted by tbe Burses, will conduct themselves with propriety, use no profane or indecent Iangna;e, under poralty of I for every offer.se, to accrue to the hospital fund. ' Sac t. Patient ia the judgment of the assistant sur geon, able to do so, will rise at 6 A. ., aud make their bed. . - 8e. 3. AH patients will, on entry hsto the hospital, t divested of their own clothing, and after belnj washed, shaved and combed, if their state admits of it.be Invested la hospital garmen's. At their dismissal they will leave all hospital eiothlog and resume their own, which ha in the mean time been thoroughly steanwd. Bsc. 4. Visitor will be admitted (Sunday excepted) from 9 A. .U116 r. m. They will send up their card, with the object of their visit totha chief surgeon, who, if not incompatible with the good of the sick wilt admit them. : " ' ' Sic 5. Ko wine," beer or spirftnon liquor, will be gir en by visitors to the patient, and they, as well as delica cies, must be delivered to the surgeon for the benefit of aay of '.be ick, that may moot require them, giving bowwver, tha friend ot the visitor the preference. Indi vidualized charity produces heart burnings and jeal ousiea, and I therefore imia-ojr ia this case. Sic 6. Person desiring to visit sick prisoners-of-war, must have in additloe a "permit from the Provost Marshal fc 7. Clergymen, in their official functions, will be dmttted at ail benra; -"- '-i , , 8c 8. ArrangemeBt ar to be made to cell bra to Di vine service every Sunday morning, for such ef the sick as are able and willing to attend. tvi i.-i.v.j v - Joss a. r. HotsTOK, " Jj-tf Wics4Plrectr. . Straean TBSseasee, July 3, 2 All places withia tha limits ff tbe city of Memphis and its immediate suburbs, kept tor the purree of re tailing spirituous, viaous or i,at hquou of any kina. moat be dosed, and kept closed by and after VI o'clock a. of this day. -" ' ' ; Any persoa vkrhoisg the k-tter or spirit of this ord r by keeping fpea dr akiag saloons, or retailing tlierein with closed d hs, will t ul joet theouelres ta imprison saent and the ior&iture of their entire stoca. ' This order applies to steAiaboata while lying at the landing. - ' .'!-..'.. ' , , D. G. AXTIIOKT, Lieut. CoL and PTcrost Marshal cf the city of Mem . hia. : jy3-tf GEXEBAL MEDICAL OSDER Xo. S. HsADCiCAaTEas, Disraicr or Wsst Tirt'tBwr.R, . Memphis, July S, 1S62, f ,. BrcTloa 1. The rank of ait il'ual, as well S3 ctberofi'icers u decidtd according to Section 5 and Section 9, of the Revised Army Regulation. Where theiefure a surgeon of the United States Army, or a Brigade-surgeon screte with a Division, holding his commission from the Presi dent he takes precedence before all regimeuial surgeons and ia the senior officer. A circular iasuod frvm tha war ifaie, rakhington, through the Adjutant-General of the Suited States Army, dearies that the senior Hd:cI Officer of a Division is ex-efiicio to the Medical Diri-ctor thereof. Ssc. 2. Medical Diruttors ot Division will iusjct tha regimental hospitals, instruments, medicines and stores, and see that they are alwajs ia efficient state ior instant nee. Ere. 3. Medical directors of DivisioBS will see that Surgeons of regiments carefully keep the various records required by the regulationa. Sec 4. To facilitate labor. Medical Directors of Divi- sioua will require the senior Engineer of each briga le to collect frim the Regimental Eugiuee.rs their mouth.y and quarterly reports, consolidate them for the brigade, and send them to the Directors of Divisions, who in turn w 11 consolidate the brigade repotu and transmit to the Medical Director of the District the consolidated division rejort without delay. Sic. 5. Bi giraental Surgeons will, every morning, make to the commander of their regiment the luornirg report required by regulations nd sejd a copy of the same to the MedicaJ Director of Division. By order of M-Jjor -General Grant. J01IX G. . EOLSTOS, jy4:tf Medical Director. GEXEKAL ORDERS 0- 6a Headquarters Dist. or West Tkkk., Memphis, Tenn., July 3, 18C2. The system of guerrilla warfare now being prosecuted bv some troops organized undw 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 jo ing within the power of the community to suppress this system, it is ordered that wher ever loss is sustained by the tiorcrnmer.t, collections shall be made, by seizure of a sunicient 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 Uon. Persons acting as guerrillas without orani zation, and without uniform to distinguish them from private citizer.s, are not entitled In the treatment of prisoners ot war when caught, and will not receive such treatment. By order of Mttjor General U. S. Grant. John A. Kawiiss, A. A. G SPECIAL OUDKR KO. 113 DISTRICT OF WKST TKSSFf .BR, " Orrtc or th Paovosr M.(timi(!t:iT,, V Stearins, Tennessee, July 4, 180i. ) - If any prcpnetor o. occupant of any tuudibg in any town or city within thii District, in the utcnuancy of the Federal army, shall display or suffer to be displayed, from hij or her bouse any treasonable 11 lg or other emblem in tend' d to insult the Fnleral army or loyal citizens, it shall le the duty of lha Local Provost Mrsl,al to tak Immediate possession C'f such building and remove th occUi-aulH, aud convert tie same to hospital or other GoV. erumcnt usos. WB. 8. HILLYKR, Provost Marshal General, jy6-tf District West Tenn. SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 132. Hut.qPAUTCiui, DisTKicr or Wrsr TtvrjitKi:, I Memphis, July S, lsiii J All crossing of tho river In skiiT or privuto buats is posi tively prohibited. Priv.te b ats crossing silher tiaV will be mizodand tarncl lato the Quartermasters Lepartuieut ; owuers or passengers ai.ested and reijuirtd to take tlie oath of allegiance, or be placed on the Arkenras shoie and ad moniekwd not to be caught within the Federal lines again on pain of being dealt Sth as epTes. Tbe Navy is requested to co-opruto with the militaiy, in tbe enforcement of this order. ' ' By command of Majr Gen. 0. S. Grant. JOHN A. RAWLINGS, Jy9-tf Assist int idjuUiit GuneraL GENERAL ORDERS NO. 91. UsAnqtTA areas, PigTBifT or West Tkhkesxeb 1 Msaruia,! ennesce, July 4, 18oi j I. Officer and loldier are hereby prohibited, ua-cr severe penalties, from seHing military clothing, arms or ammunition, whether tbe tome be public cr private property, to citis ns. In case where such sales have been made, the citizen who rirchased the 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 ftr reatej aud placed In confinement. II. It is made the duty of all ofScers to ee that tlr order is strictly enforced, and that all officers, soldiers or citizens violating the same, by either selling or purchas ing, are arrested. Ily command of Major General TJ. 8. Grant. t JN0. A. KAWLINS. Jyll U Assistant .Vlji.Unt iieusral. SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 133. nxAPQFAaTr.as, Distrioi of Wrjrr Tr-xxnuta 1 ' MiapHts, July 9, IStil J . Complaints of recent rrregularitles, brougbl ia the attention of the General Commanding, render necessary tbe publication of the following orders : . v . ' I. Officer, non-commissioned efficers, soldiers and per sons in the service of the United States, are forbidden to treapses upon the orchards, gardens or private ground of any person or persons, or in any manner whatever to interfere with the same, without proper written authori ty so to do. Marauding, pilfering, and any unauthorized and unnecessary seizure or destruction of private prop erty, is prohibited by Genetal Order of the Departmant, Kos. S and 13, series of 1861, and will be puniehed wi h the extreme penalties imposed by the law of War, which t death. II. Commissioned officers of companies will not pas their camp lines without written permission of their dis trict, brigade or regimental commander, and then only a official busiest, or other urgent and satisfactory leasona, to be given in the letter of permission: Non commissioned officer and soldiers are prohibited frc Jl leaving camp at any time, ercept when detailed on duty or on the written permission of the Regimental Com mander, who may grant euch permission to not more than three men at any one thno from aach company, to he absent under charge of a non-commissioned ofttcer, who will be held responsible for their good condnct. III. The pickets and guard roiiefj will remain at their ic mediate picket or guard statious, vn'es ia the dis charge of proper military duty, and win not straggle therfrom, under penalty or being arrested and severely and summat ily dealt with - c I ; IV. No comnussioBed officer, noa-commisslitied ofceer or oldier wiU be permitted to be absent from c imp af.er ,retreaU' ,- . ; .j ;,.,.-,r, (.(?.; V, Th military police patrols, and picket guard will aireat all person found violating any of the provisions of this onier, either bj trwpaotiiig.Tjpoa tha gardens, 'orar and reua'ls "hrtcitf ineirtioned, or seif.are or identruitou ff ttr'Vt trity, or btii; oufciuo cf camp unes, rsu;Uas iroai thir guard statsaus, w:t!i out proper authority : tVmmi.-Biouid olEcers to be re ported tu IUtricl, Dlviivu or Brij-ido naJ iEar:cT!i, and Btu-comrn-wa usi ofhoera and K.luiers to be talca before Ihd Prvoat Marshal. r . , VI. Oilicrs of rejrtmfiiti, il i'.'.icoi iita and companies. and oiheers vt the dy aud of the police, are ei.j ino,i to aa their utimst diligence in making hnown and t tifttrc tag kR orders :neeesary f.-r lh safoty of the command aadthecily. ' ; ' ' By order of Mnjc OeueYal U. S. Grant. " ? . . JS.O. A. BAWI.lliS, jjll-tf Astairtat At'jutaot General. , SPECIAL 01UElt NO. 13. PIsTKICT OF WKSI TF.NNKS.Si. ) t'rnn or ms r vo.-T 51 a.-ihu (Iknthsi.. S Kfbi, Tennaaw, -Jnly '., lw-i ) a .': All Icses heret-.lor fawned tocitiztrts, titiicr I tke Commanding General, tlie Provost Marshal Gec ra', ti e Pravoat Marshal of Meinp'uis or any other oltioi-r which may have been issued atthont ths party In-iug required to take the eata C? allegiance cr give tlie i rrcr.ld parole of honor, are Lertlry revaktri. 7 . - ... : : ; No paas wilt be granted in any caae hereafter, except upon tha taking of the "th er roh. ' - The parelo will be suiMtioted for .ho aath only in special eases (at the discretion of the officer authotir.d to crat pa6e) where the party lives beyotrd ihe protrcttou of our army. f " : .' " By command of Major General Grant. ! V, 8. ITIf.liTER, j10-tf Cilonel acd PrcvoU Marsh"! General. SPECIAL OHDERS NO. 134. iXaawvaauas, Disvasnrw West Tlsnkssek. iilMim, ,'ulj 10, i. lst.i i . i .t - - ' - j Col. ClarV B. Sagon, Aid-de-cnmp, is hereby apix-intcd Acting Infpctor Gsoeral for the c".iatriot. Ho will immediately visit all the eccarcpinnuts around the city of Memphis, and trport the condition of each aa to police, discipline, choice of location both as to health and defensive advantages, mil whatever else may preseht itself worthy of note By command of Major Ueceral TJ. F. Grant. JKO. A. BAVfUJtS. jyll tf Assisuut Aiju:ant Ucnernl. SPECIAL OPaDEIl NO. 11. DISTRICT OF WEST TKNKESF.E Orrio or Tits Pkovost JIarshal Gkneci. Mevphis, Tenaeseee July lt, lvii. ' The constant communication existing between the ee clled Confederate array, and their friends ai d ej uiia tLizere iu the city ot Men.phis, despite the ord'Tn here tofore ismed and the .Iforts to enforce to. ui, coustrio the is uing of the following order : The families now residing iu the city of Memphis, of the flowing rorsons, are required to move otuh beyond our lines within five days from the date hereof: I. All persons holding coinniianions in the so-called Confederate army, trwho are vuluuttrity enlisted iu i-aid army, or irha accotapmy aud are counoctcd with the same. II. All rwrsons holding office nndcr or in the employ of 1he so-called Corifi'demte government. III. ' All peTSc. s holding SUite, Comity or municipal officer, who c aim allegiance to said 84-cAlled 'iifJerlo government, and who have aba'dotied their fumiiif i.nj gone S.Hilh. &afe coaduct beyond our lines will be given to t;ie pe.r tiee, hereby required to leve, upon app!icatiou to the Provost Marshal General, or the Provost Mmshal of Memphis. By command of Major GeLcral U. S. Graut. ... , Wa. g. U1LLYKR, jll ;f Colonel aud Provoit Marhhal Gt nera.1. SPKOIAL ORDEll.NO 15 DlSTitlCT OF Vt'Ei'T r.NM:SSEK, ") QfFICK. tlT TUB I'KOObT 1)1 AI1-5HL lilMHI, '- Miuphii Tennessee, July It, IV. 'J. ) a In order that innocent, peaceable, ai d well diiipored persons may u4 nn. r for toe bad renduct of the guilty parties coming within the purview of bpccial Order Jo. 14, dutvl July 10, 1?C2, can be reiioied fro.a tho rpcr.i tion ot said order Mo. 14, by siguing the following par. le. aud producing to the PvoVCt Marsha! General ot tho Prbvost Marshal of Moniphis, satixfactory guamiiteea that they will keep the pledge tL- rein noicie : PAROL EL I. I have not since the occniiation of the city of ii- mphi by the Federal army, given aid to th so-called Confederate nrmy, nor given or lent any information of tbe movtmouti, stengt b or position of tha Federal t.rmy to any one connected with said Confederate army. II. I will not duriug tbe occupaucy of Memphis by the Federal army ami uiy refilling iher.iu, oppooe or eon spire agaiaisl the livilor militaiy authority ef the United Etatos, and thut I v. ill not give aid, comfort, it;f. rma'.ion, or eiH'Oiiiai$e.nrut to the so-called Confederate army, nor to any person cd operating thi nwitb. " All of which I state and pledge upon my sacred honor. P command of Major General Grant. Wn. s. IIILLTKU, jy!3 tf Trovoft Marshal GeneraL GENERAL ORDER NO. 1. HKAtQ.rABTF.its, TJnitku States Forces TWiEMfnrs, Ilistrict Wist Tennessee; July 17, 1802. I. Traitots and rebels who reftio to Comply with tlie laws and support the constitut:on of the United States, should not tie permitted to remain within the camp lines ef the Federal army. At this time tbe corporate limits of the city of Memphis are withiu thelinescf the I'uitod States Forres; and all wiale r. s'.dents, or sojourner?, withia the 1 mitj of said Ctv, between the agi s of eighteen and forty-five years, who are capable of bearing arms are hereby req uird to tak tbe ah of allegiance to the United States, or leave the limits of said city with in six days after the publication f.t this order. II. If any person wit: in the limits of said city, shall hereafter, publi-h, speak, or utter seditious or treasona ble langcage, towards the Government of the foiled State, the Provost Marshal shall, u; on proof of the fjet, banish everj person so off, uding, to the Stale of Arkrnts. O I'J- ' L'.i ! -'- III. Any person whe shall yiolale the provisions of the First SotiQ of itbu.id-V sli til be ileemsd aj.y, and, after conviction, treated accordingly. IT. Pet sods leaving tha city, under the prevision of J thi order, w ill not be required to take any cath, or give a paro'e, but will receive a pis from the Provost Mar shal. Th oath of allegiaiu hereby required, must 1, substantially, in tlie following form i I solemnly swear, that 1 will bear true allegiance to the Cuited States of Aoeriea, and support the Constita ticra sod laws thereof ; that I will oppow secession ar.d rebellion ; that I .denounce the so calle i Confederate States, aud pledge my hozor, property, and life to the sacred fulfillment of this f ath, hereby freely taken, ad mitting that Us violation will l iliagal and infataons. TkeeaAi roast bisnbsorrbed and sworn to hefbre tho Prcvost Marshal. ' - -jBy order of Alvia P-.Tfotty, Brigadier Geeeral com manding. , , JOHN E. PHILLIPS. , jy18-tf . Asitant Adjutant General. ORDERS NO. 56. ' HEADQCRTERS FlrTri BimiOT, . Anv or th TivsEffirs. - ' ' MEaruis, Tennessee, J uly 21,162. .. The anderiigaod hereby assumes coramnnd in Mem phis and vicinity. All order issued by my predecessor will be respected and enforced. . , .- . - , Stuff officer stationed at Memphis will report at onjo in writing, giving full information as to tbe coalition of their Departments and the location of their office r. I W. T. SHERMAai, - . rj . Major-Geisonil. ; 1 i ... jj24-tf rciOX MEXAXD gOIDIEBS, COME TO ME! vaa Sailer aad Military Goods. JHAVK located ,at So. St Front Bow; where I shall 'keep constantly on hand, at wholesale and retail price, Sutler and military g'-od, and respectfully so licit a liberal patronag from my friends io the army, jyig-lni J. &HQVS&i i Qlt T j EtiriiUiarias, iluirna, July S4, 1802. . j Travel into and out of Hemphis, by carriage, wafon, ! ; boi.-e or tout, ia the usual coarse ot business will ba as ! free Rnd uuclwtruct. d as isconsisteut with estate of war, ! T, f&ruiers, plsutti-s and business men with their Atmiliea j and sr its, free iuteicmine will be permitted tcflAoui or any hinJntuce, save the right of examination j aadeveu search, when the offijer j udgea it proper aud necessary. v Tbis travel must be by daylight, and no exception to this rule will b permitted, save to market and supply carts, which mar enter en hour before- day, provided tUey are known to the ofttcer of the r.uard. Wagoks having town with an undnn proportion of any one article I i-( commodity w ill 1 6Upped, aud if found engaged in j il icit trade or deception, the Ruad Guard will fend It to his Brigadier, w ho will tike the wagon and property and ! imprison the partita imjlxat!. If he entertain eveu strong u-"piciou. . - T.aveler's limited to the following roa.la: " - 1st. Ilaieigh Road. . - -Sd. State Lire lioad. ' t 31. Pigeiu Booster Bihalia Eoad. 4:h. llernands Eoad. ; 5th. Horn Lake ttd. r A small guard cbsrged wi.h this duty will be aiatloaed on each of these roads, about three miles from the city at ixute house by the road side, where all travelers wijl Phh- or stop till they receive a signal to pa. Written iusiruc J :is from Ileadquartori will be giveu from time to time to thete Guards, and when any c nicer announces to a traveller his Gec'sion it m nut be Instantly obeyed. h wevvr incoBsiateLt it may appear with the spirit of this older. . . Cavalry iatrols and itckets, and infantry Guards posted lor otb'T purpvtes, w ill not molest the regular travel; but ail such pickets and guards will promptty arrest and send to the Provcst Marshal, all persons attempting to . ul.1 or depu-t t y any other road aud at any other time or manner than is herein prescribed. Urig. Gen. liurlbut is charged with the execution of this order, as to the Horn Lake Road, the Hernando and Piycon Roost Road; and Br g G.u. Smith, as to the State Line aud Kaleigh Ruud. lvtails of one commls- MOLH'J on J one uon commissioned ollix-r and three men will lie anshcitnt tor each rca details permanent or weekly at the pleasure of the Brigadier, who will sliengthen the guard under special iiiRlructisns, or when iu his ju lenient it should be necessary. . By or.l r of Major Gent rl W. T. bhcrman. J. II HAMMOND, j;2.j trj Auistm Ai'julant General and Cl.i fof staff. AITEAL JOS riUNTINU OFFICE, ( OLD APPEAL EU1LDINQ. ) J nim trt'cl, lSetvrt,it iTIniii and Front How. ntll K lToprii lorv r,f this puiKr nr prepared to print A. ui tne iM'swfiyio, ;uiy nutr-ier oi Posters, Prflgrsmiiiea, Circular, Hand mils, Bill Heads, Hills ot Ladlag, Cook. Uork, Oray Tlehels, Steamboat tVork, Cards of All Description, Hotel Work, Blanks An l in fhet anything in Dip litie cf PRINTING, in tho bo;.', slyle and as cheap as it eau be diuio at an rriiit. ing House in the city, J.28-lf SAM DHL SAWYER. OOol) W .!:K. tow PSirfcS. CHARLES A. BEEHN, PBAOTICA Ii - BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, NO. 13 MADISON 8TRKCT, UP STAIRS. B,t een Main Btrt .njl. j MHiplllB, TCIM. Cards, Circulars, rtill Ueads, Itc, Etc., Meatly Printed. j3lllm BOARDING. MP.S. A. NIXON, whoso husband was pilot of the gun boat Moi nr. Citt, aud waa killed in the late ilisHter to thit iil-etnrred vessel, will accommodate a few gentlemen b orders on reasonable term, jyll-lw. ADAMS' CHOICE FAMILY BASEST F Li O IT R STORK. flIIK undersigned beg leave to inform their customer I and the public that, hivice iucreastd fuc lities and improved their esmblishmnt, they will have it in tbeir jiower t give entire satisfaction to their patron. They will keep t o bint brands of FLOTJR, for family use, which wiil be sold t tho lowost market price. Their stock of Breads, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, etc-, Will be funcd inferior to Done, and iu quantity to sspply the dorianii. Regiments ftiruisbi-d with bread iu exchange f flom ut low terms. APAM3 ft BBOTUEU. jjG lm Beal street, between Second and the Bayon. MATTHEWS & HEMSHALL. Memphis' steam, dte works. "VP th school of the great and celebrated Chemical J Dyers an-1 Scoure-s, Cook ft Matthews, of 8t. Louis, has Iho iud'iced to opeu an establishment for carrying on tho above business in all its branches. aKvery de scription of irratlemen's COATS, VKST9 aud PANTS ar dyed, cleused, and restored to their original porfection entir ly reiooviiig every spot of grease, paint, war, and tar, together all othi-r bknusbes aud impurities to which fciicU g .rmeata are liable, and warrant tlie spot not to reappear, tali and examine samples of Coat dieeaing. KKpecml atfentiou i'd to redyiug Ladies' l'lliiSSK" and PUAWLimc. In case f failure to render satisfaction r no ch irtre will be made. Office on Maio, between Gyoo and Ileal. ie'S-ly . CJOIEKIAf. HO TIM.. JONES & HAZZARD, ' 3? Xt O X XV X 23 T O Xt S . JefierNon Slieet, 1IETWKKN MAIN A3ii rRCST KOW, ; ? je27-t . . , j : MEMPHI3, TENUESSEB.. DOCTOR Ii. C. LASKI. t'SflOS STREET, SOUTHEAST CO RliEB OP MALV STREET. C T to 8, A. M. 3 to 5. P. M, I 7 to A, oFrics bodbs raoM jjW-ly GE ABBKTT'3 SSrjrr ?orasale, by J)S44w 4 Heal Street. GOBN, OATS AKQJBKAK Vor sale, by FINN Ik' & 1U CKflAM, jyat-lw r 46 Real Streit. BOLTED MIAL-(In bahel sacks) For sale, by 11SN1E BUCKUAvf, Jy24-lr 4 Beat Street. JAVA COrrKK,StarCandlrs,Lard. SngarOnred Hams, etc, For sale, by FINKIK BCCK5IAM, Jy2t-lw ......... 4t Bo-l bttvet. nDtTODtn arnir : 1 C .. 1 T ... J sale, by JT1NNIK & U KI1AM, J84-lw - 4ti B-al Mreet. Removal. TITE nadersigned have removed their oOic from their 1 14 stand to the office lately occupied by Titus i t'o.. JeOeraon street. jy-.24.lw . J. W. LKrTWICH CO. FOSTER, GWYN & CO. coraissiox MERCHANTS AVD DEALERS IN Produce, Provisions and Groceries, NO. 345 MAIIV STREET. WK have In (tore th following article which ws will ell low for Cash, or ia eichanire forstiaiLt. molasaea or cotton. 1W0 Bag Corn; 600 Parrel Kitra Family Flour, M - Mess Pork, CO Casks Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams, 25 Boxes Cotton Car is, 100 Barrels Vinegar. Also, a full supply cf every article In tho Grocer Hoe. iviatr STRAW GOODS, II ATS AND CAPS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ' 'at IJEIDY & CO.'S, 212 Main Street, Above Odd-yellows liall JylS-tf PR I V A T K M A T T li Ii S ! DR. K ELLS' OFFICE IN JACKSON BLOCK. MAIN STRKKT (ovia cbcAv' a vaiikn's book stokk) Memphis, Tennessee. DR. KELLS is a gradual of on. of the best medical schools iu the world, with many years expwrienco in hospi al and and private practice. Thousand ttiiy to his unexampled success. If you are suffering, do not delay, but go at once tn the Physician, whose whole limitless it is, and who thor ou.'liiy understands It. lie will restore you to heallh. All Necessary Surgical Operations Performed, and All Communications Strictly Confidential. Ter ns moderate. Cure guaranteed. OFFICII I10VR8 : From 8 A. a. Io 12, and 2 p. m. Io fi. jylS lin HENRY FOLSOM. WII0LS3ALE AKD EGTAIL DEALER IN Military and Aavy Furnishing Goods, NO. 320 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, AND No. 64 North Fourth Street, BT. LOUIS, MO. tegimi:nt3, it Orttcers supplied CONTRACTORS, t-KALERS AND with everything in tho Army and Navy Regulation, at Much Lower Prices than waa ever before offered in tha Western Cor.utrj'. BEV0LVKBS of Every PATTERN AND STY LE. Manufactured, Lafoucneaux Cartridges and lived am. munition of all kind. Orders by Mall, Promptly Executed. FIELD, MARINE AND OPERA GLASSES, jyie-lm IN GREAT VARIETT. Or. II. BLOOD & CO., WHOLESALE AMD KIT AIL IlEALI l!S la OILS, LAMPS, CANDLES, ETC. A SUPERIOR Stock of Coal, Lard and othor Oils, Huruiug rluid, Lamps, Caudles, Benzole, etc. Manufacturers of all kinds of Tin, Coppor and Sheet Iron Work, Stoves and Gratex. Importer nd daal-rs in Foreign and Domestic Lic.ucrs, Tobacco atid Cigars, and Uectitiurs of a superi or irticlos of Whisky. Old CitiiiuliHn t Wheat Whisky alawys on hand N08. 4 AND 4 MONROE ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. N. B : Negroes, florse, Wuli s and Farm Stock, City and Country Real Estate taken in exebauge for goods. jy".tf THE KEW ItllLiTAUY STORE, 293 Main Street. COR ER OF MONROE, LOEB & BROS, JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK or OFFICERS' UNIFORMS, Soldiers' "Wear AND ALL KINDS OF GENT'S " ' lURNISIIINa GOODS. Jy23-lw .AS 'I r ! i i "I. . .- --tWt . ii v-r "... ... Y . - ii - IT " m'asumi '"".j n 1-p.sssjsawMwWWW .......imi ii,i.,iw,iii.1u,,.,,ua.i.w ..T ..' -""' jfmmssiwi2K :CZLZ& - - .. ':" " " " - ( V ' v.