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CORINTH, TISHOMINGO CO., MISS. CCTlts common talk on the streets that them Scan lan Brothers are dishing things up about right. Visit this House and when grub time comes yon can have the extreme pleasure of seating yourself at a table laden With food that would cause you to exclaim in startling tones, " Ihat its good to he here." Wo have had the gratification of eating at the Corinth House, and it is our humble opinion that we will keep on doing so as long as Bill & Bob Scanlan arc the pro prietors. "Whenever you become acquainted with any one of these boys, you will endorse our sentiments exactly, for we consider them t be man in every sense, of tho term, "We say success to the Scaxlan boys. frtTr. Sharp, formerly from Cincinnati, has just received a fine assortment of Stationary, which he will sell almost at cost. "Wo have examined his stock and find that he has every thing that the soldier's can wish for. "We take pleasure of reminding our friends that this is the place to buy your Stationary cheap,--if not you can hold us accountable. Latest by Telegraph. Trovost Marshall. Lieut. Fagin, of the 17th Wisconsin Regiment, is doing Frovost duty. We know the Lieutenaut, and know that he is the right man in the right place. . Clothikg Establishment. Messrs. Flas shan & Werner advertise with us to-day. We have examined this stock and find it excellent Many articles are sold lower by them than we could obtain them up north, and everything at a reasonable rate. This house is between tho Corinth House and the old Church, and immediately opposite a Blacksmith shop. Frank Mcrthy. Under the Tishomingo House is a reliable Jewclry'cstablishment kept by Frank MuRniY. He does not swin dle the soldier. He fixes his watch, or sells him jewelry as cheap as he could obtain it North, and the soldier will do well to bu of him. If h i Tiof suited Fr?'K it the Tishomingo, and always read;' to refund the money. Capt. Reynolds the gentleman who su perceded Capt, Iodd as Post Quartermaster has entered upon his duties in a workman like manner. We consider Capt. Reynolds to be the very man to perform the duties that has been assigned him, he being a pleasant and agreeable man to transact busi ness with. It was but yesterday when lying sick with the trc r he sent us ice to cool our burning brow. Wo can appreciate a favor and will ever be thankful to Capt. Reynolds. Q. M. The most responsible post in the army is that of Quarter Master. We know several trumps belonging to tho business, but the chap that lays over them all is our friend Scott, late of the 2nd Michigan Cavalry, and now Quartermaster of' the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry, Division, &c, has a heavy work to do, and docs it well. Lieut. Ricketts is around with Scott, and helps him out of all slight difficulties. Major Van IIosem. The only efficient Provost Marshal General we have had here was Major Van Hosen. He has always been at his post, and done his duty by every one. One of these days the Major will leave us, and we will regret his absence. He has been a gentleman and an officer, and every one acquainted with him likes him. 07 The troops in this vicinity aro being paid off. Every soldier you meet has a fist full of Green Backs." Uncle Samuel loves to pay his children, where they so willingly do their duty. 07" We understand that the 2d Iowa Cavalry captured a Secession Flag yesterday while scouting through the country in search of Iiels. This Regiment has done noble service and has distinguished itself on dif ferent occasions. We are acquainted with some of tho officers, and know them to be men that will never surrender to any Rebel force whether small or great. Capt. Queal, of Co. B of this Regiment has called upon us several times. We have had tho pleasure of his acquaintance for several years, and aro fully satisfied of the fact that he is a good fighting nun. His Company speak very highly of him as an officer and a man, and are willing at all times to obey orders, and follow him in the brilliant charges against the enemy. Would that we had more Regiments of Cavalry and men like the 2d Iowa. BOLIVAR THREATENED! THE BRITISH SEND GANNON TO THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY ! FilOITI CHARLESTON, S. C. THE REBELS IN NORTHERN MISSOURI ! It-is repoited that Villepinge and com mand is marching on Bolivar. tiickson used a pontoon bridge built bv negroes of the residents to cross Forked Deer river. Heavy cannonading was heard at or near Bolivar on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday the telegraph lines were des troyed and portions of the Ohio and Mobile Railroad torn up near Humboldt. Our troops were fortifying Bolivar. A quantity of cot ton lying at Fulton was protected by a gun boat. CANNON.-iTwenty-two pieces of artillery, part of the eighty pieces taken by the Eng lish from tho Russians at the battle of lnker- tmann, and presented to the Confederacy by British merchants, (brought over in the Nash ville,) have arrived at Macon. They bear evidence of having seen service. With some alterations, they will hereafter speak for themselves in a manner hiirhlv creditable. Some thirty-eight pieces more are expected at the same place. New York, August 2. The Hilton Head correspondence of the Herald, dated 20th ult., says a refugee from Charleston reports Gen. Smith's command there. The rebels have sentnir.e infantrv and two cavalrv red ments to Richmond, and otherwise depleted their force by large guards on tho Savannah Railroad. Every one capable of bearing arras is forced to volunteer in the Southern army. Two iron-clad rams, similar to the Merri mac, are being constructed in Charleston to destroy the blockaders. . The steamers Herald and Memphis had arrived from Liverpool, with valuable sup plies, and the steamer Economist was ex pected, and had probablj' reached there, as a lare sideawlifcl 5tamer ran in last Friday. The fleet olf Charleston has been augment ed, and it is now thought impossible for ves sels there to get out without capture. The rebel steamer Nashville is covered under an eight-gun rebel battery in Dobay Sound, with the gunboats Paul Jones and Keystone State watching her. The rebels have appeared pretty strongly posted opposito Dawfuski, and our troops have left that island. The rebels burned the wreck of the steamer Winfleld Scott on Wednesday night, i Quincv, 111., August 2. About one hund- j red and fifty rebels, under Dunn, attacked Canton, Mo., sixteen miles north of this place, last night. They shot Win. Cornegy in order to get some rifles stor ed in his ware house. He is not expected to live. Thcv then took the rifles, plundered the store off what they wanted, and left, The amount of i damage done has not been ascertained. j Advices have been received by Gen. Strong j from Bloomfield, Mo., that about one hun dred of Coleman's men were surrounded in that town by some five or six hundred reb els, and that a sharp fight was going on, and that our troops thought they could sustain themselves until reinforcements could reach them. Letters from a rebel mail, captured at Cor inth on tho 20th ult, indicate a rebel move- ment on Chattanooga and Nashville. An officer, writing from Harrison's Land ing to a gentleman in Washington, says all is quiet on che James River. One corps af- tcr another is being received by General Mc Clellan, aud the troops make a very line ap pearance. Tho sohliers are in good spirits, and will be ready to deal heavy blows when the time comes to strike. If New England, the Mid dle States, and the Great West, only do their duty now, this wicked rebellion will be for ever crushed. God grant that-the call for more men will be speedily responded to. Ludlow, Postal Dept., J. t Cole, Postal Dept., G W Seward and 2 serv'ts, Memphis, Samuel C. Beman, Jackson, L L Kelly, fit. Louis, John R. Daily, Jackson, Miss., Major General Cadwallader and 2 servants, A. S. Maxwell, M. D., Davenport, Iowa. L J Hame, Dr. Brownell, Gecrjj Caster, S. C. Baldridge, Lt. Col. Wm Gilmore, G3d O. V. I., Wm Lemox, Columbus. O., F H Bostock, J. Svmonds. St. Louis, Wm B McGeonre. Correspondent N. Y. Herald, J M Reid, 15th Iowa, Dr II A Warriner, Agent U S Sanitarv Com., Col. W M Gilford, Iowa, Geo. L Lucas, Surgeon 47th 111. vol., Major Wm A Sehmide, 27th 111., vol., Major Alger, 2nd Mich, cav., D Lytic, Cincinnati, O., T P Lawrence, Cincinnati, O., A E Mathews, P. Gold berry. St. Louis, L P Brown, St. Louis, Wm Erwin, St. Louis, Alex. W Wilson, Jackson, Tenn., J S King, Lancaster, O., John Crane, Wisconsin, A W Sawin, Thos. Underwood, 22nd Ind. vol.,Jf hos. A Sparks, Morgantown, - Ind., F. Cr VcCrca, General Hospital, P Amick, Chicago, III., Dr. Oilman, Jacksou, Tenn., Daul. Stevens, Jackson, Tenn., J. M. Ryan, M. cV 0. R. R. Columbus, Ohio, Wm Davis, jr., Ind., E D Vanduvne, 7th III. cav., Geo. W Bailey, Dayton, O', R M Kellcy, 12nd reg. 111. vol. - - tm n0 ii i - last of Arrivals at the TishO miiigo Hotel. Corinth, Aug. 7th, 1SC2. John Columbus ; A M Miller ; Col. W R Robinson; E W Decker; Capt. Veach and lady ; Capt. G Mathews; Mrs. Harris; Gates Harris ; Wm Cannon and lady; Jos Bradley ; A S Maxwell ; J W Jefferson 8th Wis.; Maj R Alger, 2d Mich cav.; E RfJley ; J It Au ghev and lady; W M Rubbord and ladv; Capt. J P Hall, GGth 111.; Archibald Dodson, GCth 111.; C L Olds; Capt. J W Kittle, 15th Iowa ; Capt. J C Morvin, 15th lowo ; J II lliglev, 15th Iowa ; Capt. J E Strong, 36th 111.; B H Wadner, USN; Dr P J Wadner; Lieut. W II Stratton, 7th 111.-. Capt. 0 J Py att, 10th III. cav.; Capt. D I) Scott, 17th Wis.; T McEIroy, 17th Wis.; Lieut. Col. Conrad, 15th Mo.; 1) II Evans; Lieut. Col. Jo.elyn, .'JGth 111.; G D Greenleaf, 3Gth III; Major Miller ; Lieut. Conklin, 11th Wis.; S A Har rison, 14th Wis.; E C Strangland, 14th Wis.; W II Noble; A Hobbs; Lieut. Stone; Ira Bartlett, USA; CapL A A Carroll ; Lieut J J Vandvke ; Dr A M Fletcher; J N Vic tor ; R E Kelly ; J W Loke, St. Louis ; Col. Greathouse, 109th 111.; Mrs Capt. Webber; P Maguire and lady ; J Donohuo and lady ; P Murphy and lady; C G Noyes, Adams' Ex.; Capt. N Happe; Dan McCullogh, St. Louis ; Lieut. II W SS'arky ; Capt. James II Smith, 8th Wis; Lt. Col. II. Borans ; Capt. Wm lUrfiTj (Job J McClelLiiU, 25th III.; C P Strothers. 1st Wis. bat; Capt. M Austin ; Capt. Hydo ; Capt. T Taylor ; Lt. J T McClure, 8th Wis.; Lieut. J X Lim bocker, 11th Iowa; Lieut. Jas Smith, 21.t Mo.; Lt. 0 Sampson, 21st Mo.; Lt. Stearncs, 21st Mo.; Col. D Moore, 21st Mo.; D M Ru pcll, Z M 21st Mo.; P Miller, lCih Towa ; J P Johnson, lGth Iowa; Capt Hcalc, 59th 111.; Oliver II Bowen, 15th Mich.; ('apt Keys, 55th 111.; Lieut. Col. Baldwin ; S H Pcakc, St. Louis; Brig. Gen. Mitchell; Capt A C Price, 13th Iowa; Capt P 11 Bahme, 13th Iowa; O E Gridlev, 8ih Mo.; E W Hall ; B B Pegram, St Louis ; R H McGill, St. Louis ; F M Chester, St. Louis ; Butler Bavd ; Jno Crane, 17th Wis.; N Eddy, 18th III.; E A Mont rose; Lieut. P E McG rath, 17th Wis.; Aaron Jones; M II Kidd, 14th 111. hit.; Dr J S Jewell, 14th 111. bat.; James il Polunder, St. Louis ; Dr. A Zilley, 14th Wis ; C M Carter, 11th Mo.; C D Kendall, 11th Mo.; M Hurl but, Q M 5Gth 111.; Capt. T Foster ; Capt W W Culbertson ; G White; Fred Brown. Chas. K. Rowe, Clerk. Conduitte, J W Courson, Ascl Copland, S W Crisop, Robert J Crume, Geo M Chester, Sam M Cleaver, Kirhbef Carter, Thomas B Cuttenhome, Fred Cavcnaugh, Jas Carl, Washington Christy, Wm 1) Coughlin, John Cole, J S Cadwell, John A Dobyns, Alouzo Dorr, John L Donner, Albert Draper, Moris Delany, M E-2 Delong, John W Dunn, M C Dorrickson, Lt R j Dobbins, Levi Davis, G S Dimond, Captain Dunmau, Wm Donovan, Wm Erwin, Wm Ewing, S L Edwards, Dr A E Elliott, J Y English, Richard Erb, Will Florchorn, T G Farley, Feter Felyea, John Fuller, Job Fowler, Wilson L Fuller, Moses L Fanning, John Foley, Wm Field, James Field, James Flynn, Michael Feners, Geo Grapple, P H Gillespie, Rev T Gregory, Geo S Gage, Jos B Gillespie. L 31 Gibson, M C Garner, Madison Green, S II George, Jos II Richards, Lt L M Roberts, Thos M Robinson, James II Raysdale, E S Ray, P H Rhodes, Wesley-2 RoufTeon, II J Rupert, J A Riley, Roswell Roe, Isaac Rogers, Andrew Y Russell, Dr J S Reed, John R Rechtui, II Ring, Lt J L Ravsdale, E S Rasher, G E Rice, Franklin Riley, Rose, Capt Rufus Shaw, Gilead Swain, Capt J A -St Louis, Dcr Seeman. S Spicer, John, Saunders, Lt Joseph Sheldon, B C Sanders, John B Smith, Geo W Shren, Wm O Scott, Wm Ja3 Scott, Henry Scott, Geo Steele, Geo K Sturty, II G R Stavmer, Samuel Stratton, Josiah Sweet, Jas M Stewart, Charles P Stakebake, Hon A J Smith, Walis Shutt, Thomas E Stead man. Capt J C Springer, Dr J W Sandusky, Andrew T Spencer, J B Sturgenwald, John Stall, Clark Spencer, Mathew Spaids, Dr T A Stone, D W Seigrist, Martin Sullivan, Timothy Sterns, Benton Stuber, Michael Godley, Capt John C Singleton, Louis Green, Lt Wm C Gerald, CorpT Hall, Alfred Hayes, Henry llanlou, Timothy Hinman, Chas II Hall, A E Me.itlrlok, Jolm T! llulshizer, Abram Houston, John W Huston, J F Hess, Wm C Henry, Geo W Harlow, James Hutchinson, E R Hutzell, John Sullivan, Thomas Shambro, Levi Sprague, Geo Sultzabargen, D R Swartweller, Ira Shufelt, Henry Sloegy, Lieut I? Raking, Wm Sullivan, John W Trustee, Wm Tacker, Geo II Talberr, Nathan Titus, Daniel Terry, Thomas Thomas, John Thompson, Samuel Harding, Col Chester Twohv, Jamei U JLIST OF ARRIVALS. Cokinth House, August 1, 1802. McBryant, 42d regiment lib, Vol., G. Chas. Bankeley, 42 reg. 111., vol., E. D wight Fcnn, War Eagle Office, John Coon.U. S. A., D. T. Thurston, U. S. A., John Espy, U. S. A, Col. Wintz, 4th Mich, cav., D. L. Wood, U. S. A., Dr. Tuttle, U. S. A., G. F. McCrea, U.S. A., J. Moore, Q. M. Dept, Corinth, Wm. A. Davis Rome, K. G., E. W. Worton, Detroit, J. H. Bromley, Milwaukee. J. W. Jefferson, 8th reg. Wis. vol., Tom. Bracker, 11th HI., cav., John M Thompson, Jackson, M. L. Coyner, R. R. Supt, Jerry N. Hill, Capt. W. S. S., 4th Mo. vol., Lieut. J. W. Lidick, Ben. B. Taylor, 22d Ind. vol.. Geo. W. Davis, Jacinto, Miss., M. I. Fay, St. Louis, Dr. Kennedy, 5th reg. Maine vol., Ross Wilkinson, 5th reg. Maine vol., Lewis C. Wilkinson, 5th reg. Maine vol., James T. Gibbons, Cyrus Sears, Lt. Commanding 11th Ohio Battery, H.D. Henderson, R. Q. M.25th Mo., vol., J. M. Reid, 15th Iowa, Maior Glem,50Lh III., K. J. Wiles, 22d III. vol., W.j Mulrov, Martin Moore, Henry M Meily, Geo 1) McCutchon, James McCormick, Thavcr McIIenrv, James Mason, Chas M Maltbv, Thos E Miner McEvoy, Maurice Macklii?, Hugh McFarland, Capt S Mansford, E Marsh, Mick McCIeardy, Wm McMastcr, J C Murlot, Edward Murray, James S McPhail, John McClintocIc, Lt I S McCalla, Jos W McCloskcy, John R Marlar, Geo Marsh, Gilbert H Nison, Wm II Neal, John Ncafer, Gen Koonan, Patrick Newell, Hiram Ir Odell, Wm Patterson, Jno M Perkins, Horatio Forter, David LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in tho Post Office at Corinth, Mis-' sissippi, Aug. 7th4 18G2. j GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Annan, Thos B-2 Montry, Michael Andrews, Simpson Atchison, John Allen, James D Ashbough, Dan S Anderson, T W Ackerrnan, Fred Adg. Andrew J Bingham, II JI Bany, Chas M Blake, Col Bag, W L Bavlcv, J M Beavers) Joseph M Briggs, A II Burchficld, J M Brown, Col Wm R Barlow, Chas E Brown, George Brown, B F Bangor, C N Butler, A P Bowen, Julius M Barber, II M Baldwin, S R Boll, Joseph G Bell, James Bard, Isaac B Bates, Geo W Bingham, A M Brooks, Joseph Blown, Henry Boerin, Vincent Bradford, Wm O Trott, B Teper, Fred Tomliuson, Joseph Utley, Samuel Yanderhof, Orango Villard, II Worrell, Milton E Walter, Rufus C Williams, JB Williams, John J Willson, S W Wommack, Wm S Whilstone, Reeves Williams Henry Wcntworth, L 1) Wretherbv, Walter Wright, Marion Wilson, s W Wood, Wm Wilic, Henry Willey, Hcnrv F Walter, J G ' White, Wm G Williams, Isaac Williams, rhillin AVelsh, Dr Jas Whittaker, Dr D C Whitten, Joseph Williams, S W Ycaklcy, Michael Young, P F Ycagcr, Homer Young, Lieut Young, Enoch C Burnington, Chancy Peck, Capt C M Bvrel. P M Blakeslev, G B Boid, A L Crawley, Wm T Clark, Michael Carthers, Win Paul, G W Fark, G M Perkins, Joshua Park, G L Philbrick, O Richmond, J B Hooker, Samuel Iluyhoff, Capt Horwitz, H L Uordric, Jos Homeyer, T1 Hughes, A A ritur, Wcsicv Hyde, Capt V Huutz, August Jarrctt, Wm Jones, Dr Alex James, John S Jenkins, Phillip R Johnson, Joshua Jackson, James Johnson, Elbert Kuhn, Jno M Knudson, Gilbert Kelleman, Lewis Katezennyrc, John Kemper, M Kincmille, Lewis Kelley, Thos M Levi, M J Lowrance, W W Laughlin, Silas Lotbridge, Henry Long, Francis Larkin, Pat Lutz, John Luse, W B Laffcrtv, Edward Moody, R Bruce MefFerdy, Amos B Mansford, Edward-2 Young, R R Maxwell, Joseph Zimmerman, James P Maurice, Chas Zicglar, Capt J R Macendcn, Wm x LADIES' LIST. Tattersou, Mrs Jenny Green, Miss IIarriett-2 Robertson, Mrs Mary Ferguson, Mrs L-2 Van Pelt Miss Iowa Chad wick, Mrs Fannie Cobb, Mrs Amanda Beatty, Mary Blake, Miss Julia Small, Mrs Wm . White, Mrs Anna Hall, Miss Julia E Hume. Mrs E-3 07 Tcrsons calling for the above letters will pleaso say they are advertised. W. 0. LUDLOW, P. M. $30 REWAJRlD! STRAY'ED or stolen from the undersigned on the 24th ult., two largo sized mules, full tails and had on light colored halters ; ono a light bav mare mule, about nine years old, wind galls on all four legs and collar marked ; tho other a dark bav mare mule, about six years old and saddle and collar mark, one eye a little darker v than tho other. The above reward will be paid for the same or anv imbrmation leading to thcro recovery, by the Sutler of the M Mo., Light. Artillery, in camp 1 mibi South-oafct of Corinth, Capt. Stone, commanding 2nd! Battalion. Mil. JODD. Corinth, Miss., Aug. 7, 1802. Tishomingo Hotel, COltlXTII, MISS, -Or- We have tbi house now ojicn, and our ar rangements completed for Supplying tho ta ble with The Best WHICH THE FT. L0V? MAHKKT, OR THE NTR ROUNDING COUNTRY AHORD. The house is immediately adjoining the? Rcilroad Depot, and is most convenient, fcr passengers coming or going by Railroad. A FIRST RATE. STABLE is attached to the house, with ample room? and PLENTY OF FEED for the horses of guests. tfPENCER & WELLS. SUTLER GOODS! WE are constantly receiving from St. Louis and other markets, every variety of Sutler Goods, which wo propose to sell at WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Cheaper than any other House in (Jorinlh. wo can and will do this, and fis our stock embraces evervthing needful for the soldier, we are satisfied dealers in Sutler rroods will consider their own interests by looking over our goods before giving out their orders. inquire at Iishomino Zlotcl SPEXCER & WELLS. OFFICE OFTHE Adams Express Company The ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY hav- cstablished an office in Corinth Miss., are now PREPARED TO FORWARD VALUABLE PACKAGES AND FREIGHT OF ALL KINDS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES Office in Mobile fc Ohio R. R. Depot. J. A. WENTZ, Agent. CORINTH HOUSE! CORINTH. MISSISSIPPI. ' SOANLAN BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. THE Proprietors of this commodious Hotel respectfully announce to that portion of the Army of the Mississippi located in and about Corinth, and to the travelling public generally, that all arrangements are now complete lor the reception of guests and for their entertainment, in astvlecqnal in every respect to that of the best houses in Eastern cities. The House has been newly furnished and the BILL OF FARE xcill include all that the St. Ixnis market and the surrounding country affords. Give us a call, and enjoy yourselves. SCANLAN BROTHERS. Clothing Establishment. WE have just received a pplendnl Ftock of Goods from St. Louis, consisting of officers clothing, such as PANTS, VESTS & COATS, which we will sell as cheap or cheaper than any other firm in Corinth. We have a large assortment of Summer Clothing, together with line silk shirts and YA NKEE NOT10 XS. Pleaso give us a call and examine, our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. You will find our establishment on the right hand side of the road, east of tho Corinth Hotel, sitrn of "a. large watch. FLOSSIIAN & WERNER. Corinth, Miss., Aug. 7, 1862. t)EALi:R IX SUTLER'S STORES! BETWEEN THE CORINTn nOUSE and the old Church, near Lodbettcrs old ptand. The. undersigned has nil kind of Sutler's stores and cheap. Hunt Jim up and see what he has, and you will make a big bill with him. t JIM MAGUIRE. Corinth, Miss., Aug. 7, 1S".2. Ct. IL POIILMAJJN'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELRY STORE. -O- WE have a splendid stock of Watches, Gold rings, BrcasUPins, and in -fact, every thing that can bo found in a Jewelry Store. Having been in tho business for years in St. Louis we. are well satisfied that; our stock of poods will meet the wishes of, the public. We respectfully invite one and ' all to give us a call before purchasing else where. We may be found on Main street, No. 6, one bleck north of tho Corinth House. J. H. LIENEMEYER, Agent. Ccrinth, Mi:., Aug. 7, lev.