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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF Hi INTERS. OFFICD ON HUNTER'S ALUiY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADLOCK
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TEUSDAY, JULY 1, 1SG2.
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Jabibson Counln girtttorj.
.li'HN III (.11 SMITH, r.
WILLIAM MIANE, B-r..frr.
JOHN (III MIII.1.V, .VnriW.
Ihyuly Mnrilmti W. II. W ilk lllloll, A. C. Tucker,
uJ JauK-a A Hi" I.'.
Cltrli of lln Mmlri-.1t In. ( Luiiil.Ii y.r., IW ;
Jus I.. I'.yun, second ; and John lbdJnk, tlerd.
T,tr A'nrur William Driver.
f'Cntis Vultn'lirrk. II. r'lialikWI
Wilier Tut ;,!lrcl;r V . U. flurroll.
'VeuiHiier It. Henry.
II (mi Mnrirr Til an us l. alc.
Hliprrinlumlnil nf Hit Win Umse J. (J. l n...
Xuprriiilmlint rf ttir Holer ll'nr,. Jnlm W) .it t .
I'si'c ( Fir Ji.jiarlm. ill .Inhn M. SeRbmy.
S.rl.m n i lVl,.f.r;, T. II Mi Pri'l'.'.
flr Orrrarer J. Ii. Htrw art.
City lurui John Mcl'hall Smith.
loilrrt if .IMri-iMcn .! . M. Ill It'll , Priv uletlt i .'. E.
Newman G A.J. JUylleld.li. A. fmvol, Win. rt Clu.it
liam, J. C Smith, M II I.. ll.iib'irli'i.uhd .In Hobb.
(V.i.iiMii ('..iiii. il W r. Jon. .. President ; William
Hnhnrla, T.J. Yrtrlirii'h, Win. Pilvcr, Wnr. Stewart,
Isiul Il.itili. W Mnlhlis,.lnmn Tuner, II. M. Ninth
cato, A. .1. ''oli', Jas. Pavis, Andrew Aii-timon. .1 11.
Know Irs, a'nl J.ilin crciely.
smmunii i.iMMii in'. or ma enr uu'vu..
Kuiriiii?' KimwIi'K, S vcl ami C b.
Walrr l'or)l Ainlri m hi , H'niltli nnd Cluilmnie.
Nrrch - Varlinumd , Turin r , Suul liil' , Piviii,llri"ii,
May U'1! , Cheallimi ami ll.'.lbnnic.
li;,,,, Nowlu in, Mcail ami Turinr.
Iltitjiitiil J'iLt'3, May Tn'l 1 Mnl '(um.
,Siio..I. -Cliculliiiiu, Mnylli'lil iiinl KihiwVh.
fur v,,11 fmi n( ri inly, I'nur ami Now num.
f.'im IinviT, (.'ln'iilli.iiii an. I I'una.
Omftrry 'tmtli, Sli wjltainl Ni'WIll.Ul.
Miti li-t V.-iMi'- ltnlii'rlH, Sli.a url ami Tnrnisr.
M.irrt lliiuuh, ('.nibiirliu uml Imvis.
'..iir ( briilliiiln, 111 li li al il Aluli'mou
.Siuiy ll'iuyli, riiuli'irni' anil llrti n.
H'iii ili..iii.f. llit'iilham, Mayll.'lil uml KimwIi'H.
iiij'i Mi i',n,ai uml Hrpi nili7iirifi Colo, Sonwl Alii
iiWiii ;v.7ifi; III Irn, (.'iK'uiliain uml Tin ucr.
i'.N r.ii..- Ma) 11. l.l, Jon.-K uuil lUibrrla.
4-Tlio Jlnaril "I Alilrrnim meat! tho 'f uimlayi
urxt pri'i'rillnt; tlm furninl ami ftiurlh TliurBituv In
ia. li im filli, ami llio ruiiiim u Cuiiiii il llio aoroml
and tutu Hi 1 hurmluya In nidi nu ntli.
Cnfiiiiii John Dniigli.
Urtt lieulrntmt Win. Varbroimli.
.Woaii J.iVW.iiiml Jubu II llarla.
I'olitrmra Win. Jat ks ili, Jubn Cavemli r, Men Pa
l, Jool riill'lii, Wm. Iluk.'r, Jnhn I'ollr.'ll, Willium
Mayo, Jnlm KiikIhh, J. W. Wntibl. Julia i'uiki'lt,
Kobcrt Koill, W. C. Krimcla, Thomas Kram iH, Amlrcw
Joyce, I)av id Yat'a, ami CTiailoa lliihll.
00- Thn ToMoc Court Li opi'iiial ovi-ry iimriinig at
Mft(T Jnmc M. Illnlnn. i.iido TIhhiiub Hob
vim anil J. K. Iliirbanan.
Ilryitlcr rblllpaH (iarrt'lt.
7iii W. JaHjior Taylor.
( VioaiT N. II. Ik'lilia
iiinoir Jolin 4iorliiU.
,'iiriilir 'l,.,.f,ir l.li. Hr ll. V .
ii'uijro.i,; 7'i.r r,.;,...,- w li it..i, it-.on.
( i'N(,iW. fur llw A.i-'.n'. i..(n,-.li lill I), liower
au.l J. I. Ni'wtnan,
Jii.ly. lion. .lami'H Wbit il 111.
( 7fil P. I iliil.tli.y Nirlinl.
ftjr TIk' .lu.U'-'a Courl llli'r tin' Urut Blohilay 111
I'arll lliolilli, a: il llio (Jmirli'l ly Court, coinjioai il of
tlir MiintraU. or III.. tU iiiity, la bi M lo' lirU Moil
Jay in January, April, July nnt iirtoli'T
Jn.l,;. Hon. N u 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 Urn. i .
Cirl -IUval C l.nVK.
i-Tlic Court iiii'i In lliu llri .M.ui.liiy In M.ircli
and Srpli iub. r.
.lii.lj. Hon Wll'iaiu K. Tumor.
1 7,-i A Clmrlo; K. 1 iK'i;"ii.t.
if Tim ('.mil iini lx (In. lint Moiiliv li Ap.il. Au
f U..I and IVd uil'ir.
"i.iin. J'.o'- ll.ui. Niuiu.'l I ' nno ,,u
link uml V.i .! . I. K. .lian
if Tin' C. ml ill. -in tin' llmt l 'ihla 111 M .y .nil
ru finbr r
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Iohi K Hinr. iliauJ .'i . riM.tr , ?.li. ii!. I 1... aldro si'.l
al .V.i .;,., V., 7Yi,a
'i.mie l.-ilj'', .Vo. I -Mo.'t i'vory Tu. b 'ny l"'u
in,', at Ibi'li Hill, mi tin1 1-ori.iT i f Cnlnn !imI Hiiui.
mi'i Ptrrcbi. Tin' i II, 'I'tM I't tln-p inl,t t. nil, an'
T II. MollrnU', Nli., tl. ! I ...,i..in , V ll .; Jnlm F,
III. I. S'. ivl.il) ; T I. II ilball, Ti..a ui'r
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i r'r) M, ji 1 1 K,'liili Tin i!'., in K,.t',it
J ni.iiipioii, N i; , K A Cam, I-, ll, V i!., II. -my Ap
pin, Si-i'ri tat ,11 l'. Pri'VMl , Tl-. .uur, r
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tlu'ri) iiii'i. ' mv r'ii! v.-i I'.. Ho' '!
am J I'. K. aim .Nil; uC l v. it, V il ; T. II.
II i.' ii, S.'i roiai y , W. M 1 ..1 ! , T i . M'i.r
.(,o.,i I.",',;.. .N li. ji..'i in '"; - Jl.'.'l" at lb"
Hall, I'. 'ii er ol I in 'n mi I : iiiiim r tio.u, ..iy
TTiurailal ll'.i.l'i;. T':.' i 111 '. i h ..i . K i. ul" lli'i. ,
N U., Cb.lil.a Id. b V ll , J .i.il 11 - lb. l. b, . ' 1 in ;
li.'O. S'lbu I, i' .i "i''r.
A'l.l.ljl 'h. Jill...!, V. 1 -M.'U.it ll..' al.ov . Hal
HO ll Ul"' 1 'I'"'1 W i'.ll"'.la ul ra b uinlltll
Ibn nlll't'ra arc I' S 1 . s i ''ir, C I ; .1 K W,', IIP,
T. H M. H"'b',l W , P. II t'oK imii J V , It M,
j',,.UlSl'ii. , H It.iuti.T Ti.'.iiur. r.
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alaM Hal ou tlm "..'"ill an I toiiilli Wo.li ....l ij
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C p ; Ja T I'-1., II P , H i ll Appln. S W ; I II
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ARRIVAL AND DEPAUTUKE OF 1KAIS8.
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ADAMS EXrRESS COMT AN Y.
OUPK No. .' 1 , 1 111 ui. Minn
i 1 oifou I'll iu ' ", Knujlil and l'. kaf by
til,. Momma' Tiatr.a ol Co' I. 11. .ill aaa N-l
l.iin. Nuawli aau !' ri a Uaii mm,
'u.ii.t lav lb .nuc l l'1" l'"'"' oi-i.i l. Hie
Davihson Col ntt Dirkctoiiv Continurd.
MILITARY QTJARTER8 AND OFFICERS.
l'"tf- Hrailipiarton nil High atranl. Uru. Iumotit
litriit Ibad'tuiiilor on Suuiin.-r tm.-t. (Ir.
Kuril's ri'Rl.lirii'i..) dipt. Cra. 0, A. A. (i.
I'riitoMl Mutbh'tl lli aibpiarliTB on Church atreot.
(Ki'iimle Aca-lraiy.) Col. Slanli'y Mattlifwa.
Clii'f Ait.tHt yutirtermiilrr lli'Ailq UrtrU'ra on
(Tn-rry p I ri..-l ; No. 10, (Juilgc Catrou'i rtaiilciica.)
'apt. J 1). Ilinidmm.
Iwi.r.uil tintrri riii.irr Chattanoopa rk'IMit Cajit,
.4.-iW'iat QnilrtmiututeT Vlli atrot, tlt'ar Mra.
I'olk a romiliMire. Capt. K. N. Limb.
Aiil.nil Qimrtermuiitrr No. 87, ftlarki't Htrral.
(apt. J M. llnlu.
''Uiif CimmiMry ll'-ailiiirirlarn. No. 10, Viue Ht.
l.'apt. It. Mii'lni'ly.
Vftuiitiiiry if tsitU,nt,ncr Ilioail ttrtl't. Capl. S.
Aiimj Vi'HtmiHiiry if .Sa.mirf. aca CorDiT of Broad
ami ColU'Ri' aim la l.lcut Cbai lea Allrn.
Mi'liml Vutetur Suinmar itn-at. (Ir. Konl'i old
roHuli-ncp ) riiriinn, K. SwP'l.
WriTir.d tiri-f i.r'j (ijjict Church street, Mafonic
llulliliiilt. J. H I'ihtic, Siimcnn, 8lb Kcutueky In
fantry, Aelitig Medical Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Norllu-rii Miiil,lA Ijiiiavillo, arrirca I ally, 5..10P.M.
" " liana 7.4&A.M.
ul.iii'l.l.i, via T Si A. It.H. in 1 1 via 8.80 P.M.
" " " liavca " e.'OA.M.
SIii'II.jmIIc, via N. A; C. R.R, arrivna " S.TOT.M.
" " " loavca " 10 00 A M.
I j'iiiiM.n, .... arrivua " lii.0 U.
" ... leaves " J. CO P.M.
Meuipliia Mail, leave Paily.v a Luulavllle and Cairo.
I'O.-T-OKKll'KS til'KV 1IKY0N1) LKBANOS AUK
Liberty, Al. lan.lriii;
Wiitertiiwn, JeiinhiK'a Kork.
LOST til KICKS ON LINK. OF N. k C. It.R
M llrfleesboro, FoRterVlllA,
Jordan' Valley, or Slielhyville,
( h rial tana. Palmetto.
B. B. CONNOR & BRO.,
4 O.H.tllSMi'.'N Ili:iCCII A I N,
Nt) 6 COI.I.KCK STI'.KKT.
Mow socU J utat rrrrlvcai mid lor aale
low lo close o ii i CoiiKlKUiueula,
lll.l. Salt, lor .ale by
CONNOR a UKO.
inn boion SALT, lor sale by
p CONNOR anno.
r.( Coll ROPK, Tor rule by
U ap8 CONNOR a Bllo.
4 f bb a. Coal OIL, lor rale by
4W ap CONNOR a IlltO.
hall bbls. Coal OIL, for Bale by
ap S CONNOR A BRO.
IKf iloaen IliiOOJIS, for a.ili by
tJKt ap 8 c
connor a into.
50 S"A''' '"' '
CONNOR a BRO.
lioleafTAMI'II, f.., .,e by
CONNOR a I1HO.
I i) cluwlaTKA, for aale by
I a ap s
connor a niio
i-rtaTKA, for aalo by
ai H CONNOR a BltO.
I 4) i . ..ill. tka, ..r a ile by
I 4t ai' CONNOR a llRt).
JQ biixea Vniiat Pi
S, for a. i 'e by
t oNNllK . IlltO,
Oil "k sOIA, for aula by
connor a into.
1 ( 1"l """ MATCIIKJ), Tor aale by
IUU ap 8 CONNOR a IlltO.
boiea Star CANHI.M, for aale by
v(J ap 8 CONNOR a BRO.
klTv bole CoKKKK, for alt by "
. ap 8 CONNOR a CO.
14 blila. VI.NKt.AH, I r aalo by
CON Null a BR. I.
kitaHAI.MUN'.f r aalp by
CUNNOII a BRO-
4) I kita MACKKKKL.lur fa'o by
4.'l ap8 CONNOR A BRO,
r. kita IIKKItlNU, lor Bale by
- ap8 CONNOR a
,) k II ,-IIAH, f i nW by
C ap 8
1( t.li a Tlilil.T, lor aala iiy
connor a into.
connor a into.
Q blila MACKLItKL, for a
4 blil CIHKR, lor aale by
connor a niio
ap 8 CONNOR a IlltO.
I b.,,'a ill mil IIKRINil, lor sale by
ap 8 I IN NOR a Hill).
H ht' 1 r:. ,l S. ale I, I aule bv
' ?V i CilNN'llR a 11110.
O kiys NAI1.-, f. raale Iiy
0J a 8 CONNOR a B IO.
r( ' ' Ur"' ' Su',ri f"r a.il.1 by
'J- I ap H C.iNNoR a nr.o.
I. ) Tv b hi M f Al , lor tale by
.', con Nona into.
t)fVr ap8 CONNOR a BRO
,) .-a,ka HAMS, ,,r Iiy
4l up 8 COS NO a BltO.
;) caa'.a Sllik-s, for aale by
K ap CONNolt a HP.O.
l)ni libla line I'HU i"OI, lor li e by
IV f ap 8 CUNNUB BRO.
Cyt bntea lrei! i.hi.I. ii SI KH, f t Hie by "
fwv ' ai' 8 CONNOR" a MHO.
Sbbla Ullinu SKIS, lor ! by"
ap 1 CHiNNllR A UKO.
1 ti..r.vaCuaa.l lUM-t will) a l.n , li.lTaTl
IV a..i ol ls.,l, nliii.li m , ,v.. 0t ,llW t
our ol.l bl .ljI.No fc l,oll,'i;,..r.'et
ap II II CONNOR . UKO.
IK. COL .'.MAN'S
' I Mil' ill.'iill.m of cit leln, lraill:. r,ali,l ollmr vl
1 idii,! N u-linlle, r.inruiK m.'.li lal anl, m n-aiM.-l
fully ca.l.'.l to lliiao:lb'-. No k , k atrwl aoo
oiiil U.Kir, In lai'cu Clieny ami ll.n Suari.
Pr Cm aa.a la Hi ol.l l'r, l li,,i,,, nie.li. lue' hla
aini,l inn in i,.,t n,i ru n. .. au.l li ill.i, .iij au.ia
lor niiiiiy u.ii p,ii, in u. tr.alineiii ,4 ramra Pia
li . ii.l.u.'.l linn in ,, v,,i,. u . uu.i.vi.icd alien
..-ii ii. an nine un a , 1. 1 11,11 mliiro. M411V
ll.,. 111. ..I inn teiali. ,1,,
lo l.'rt livpiovei! in, -il,, ,,
r have prnuiplly y.onteU
y.K.v..n.lary, Tertian au.l Mrrnlilarr Hyph.
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". nn . la Hi uo r.'.u.uuc4i lo bi
A I' lliile irr.l.ilarltie ami llll.,'t.Hi l..l,.r.i,K,
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l:v. i y .m-..I U...I.I, il.u-l;,i-iui,., au.l of Pi , 4
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Mi:i.'ti Ii , .11111, .,v. .1 111 -I ,. ii,i i 111
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( b 1.. 1 ,li ,1 i 1 am-) wn I ti.. tli.ti.iiiiii.tii. ,4auy aiuw
ti-.-c;ll.- U.i.ivo-1', C4II I'a l-i.ie.l . Hi III wl 14.-, Iiy Uir
lli.mai' lin'lii.i.1 . IU toltv e.,1.1 I1..1111.
Ml .1 1'. .uii. ten.-.., . . .111 1 .1 allei,,.0. and UlOtWr.U
cbaii;,. anl ,-veiu loin aith lm iruij
ttT No ni. re.irv i,.,..l ,u 0,11 Irealiii.ul uf amoa
dMra., a. Iia believe ( iu uioal eaa; a proOuiANi
-01 an .1 :wm. tli all 1 1. at 11 1. (o.-u lo viua.
nun houia Itoai .tit I Lli momiiii till ma It
Ik Moii.iif. Jao 18, 04-ly
Committed to Jail
Or Havl I..111 Couoty, Juna l.-.th 1112, a n.'tro mm
arlio any hit name ia AHItAHA M; any lie belong,
to .Hamunl atkeu.i.n of ( hcallivin cuntv Tinn;j
limit Ht or W yaala olil,ewln about 1 16 or 160 IU ,
6 f.-et 2 in. he liiwh, coppi cl'ir, K.-ar on h,iik
alM.iil on li c h loo, ainall acar nlge of the hair al.nv
Tha iiai.nr ia refinMti d lo com forward, proTe pro
porty, and pay cbiger, a tba law dln-cti.
Jiiue2D 3t c'horlff and Jailor of II. C.
Committed to Jail
Oy Pav.dmm coutity, June ill, H(,i, i'hi'Co man,
who ay hi name la I10H j aay ba li uni;
to Tbonia C. W alker of Maurv ctiunty, Tahn.;ao
about 18 or 211 yrai a old, weigh alioilt lio iouuda,
5 lent ili In.-Ii.i III lii.'lit , eiib'r blin li, no marii;
1 he owner la reneated to coin forw ard, prove pro
petty, i d piy charge, an the law direct.
J. M. IIINTON,
JuncM -ilt t5hrlff and Jailor of B.C.
Committed to Jail
Or Pavbtnin county, June iin, lutig, negro man
who ar-tin name I A1UTII R ; and bc l.uiK to
Win C. Hinart nt Warren county, T'-nn.. aged abnnl
46 year ; ei,ha (boat 146 or lot) pnuml J 6 foi l , j
loirm bin 11 ; color black ; huavy wliiakera.
Tha owner ia reqneated to come forward, prov
property, ami pay diary, the lawdirecu.
J. M. HINPON,
)uno2 3t Bberitf and Jailor off). C.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavlilaon county, Juu 2.1 1, lti,l, negro boy,
who aay bi nam i AI.X, anil belong to Wm
Mcliregg'ir of Wi aon co.j age year old; weigh about
IttU or 106 ihiiiuiI ; 6 feet l; In. tie. high j color black ;
war on Heoocd finger on left baud.
Th riwnnr i ron.ueteil to c.ilne forward, prof
property, and pay charge, aa the law dlreeta.
J. M. IIINTON,
jlineiu.-.'lt Flierlff and Jailor of I. C.
Committed to Jail
Of Iatviilaon county, June '2!, lHii'i, a negro man,
who nays hi. nun 1 PA Nihil. ; aay he belongs to
Mr. I.uzinka C. Hruwil of Mnury uounty. Dear Spring
lli I Trim; ago about K:l yearaoid : weighs about 170
or lio pounila ;6 feet 11. Inchel high, small rear iu
The owner la ri.queiite.1 to rem forward, prove pro
perty, and pay churgea, aa the law direct.
J. M HINTllN,
Juni'09 at Sheriff and Jailor of P. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Pavtilsoo oounty, Tenn., Juno 10, lMl'i, Begin
girl, who say her name la JOANNA, and Ix.loligs
to Hubert Williams, of Franklin, Ky., ng aliuut 17
or 18 year ; 6 Iccl 2 lu hva high J ; wi leh ubi.ut i0
noitn,:a; itaik copper color, ttio owner 1.4 reitue.'K.d
t'l come forward, prove property, ami pay charges aa
the law ilirecU J. M. HIST. IN,
tuui'lN lit Sberin and Jailor of I). C.
Oommitted to Jail
OF Pvldson oiuialy, June loth, ladi, a negro man
who my bin name la MILTON ; any he belong!
to Joaepb Carter, of Marithall county, Ala, ago alioul
lit yi-vr ; weigh I1.6 poumU , 6 f-el 7 lm he high ;
color black , mar by burn above the right wrlat
The owner ia rcipie-ileil to come forward, prov pro
perly, and pay charges us the law directa.
J. 61. IIINTON,
Juni-18 3t Sberin and Jailor I). C.
Committed to Jail
OK Pavidson counuty, June loth, lKtill, negro man
w ho aav hit nrinie la PAN1KI, ; aaya he belonga
lo Kl. hard pons, of .Mirxball county, Ala ; age lauit
21 or Vt year ; w eigh I on or 106 lb. ; 6 feet 8 lurlie.
htgli ; uo maik color black. Tha owner Is rei)uiwt.
ed to c me forward, pnivc properly, and pay charges
aa the law direct. J. M. IIINTON,
JuuelS 3t Sheriff and Jailor, P. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Pavblaon oounty, June 11th, 18UJ, a negro man
who aay his name I AARON ; saya he belong to
Jo tarter, of Marahall county, Ala ; aged shout ID
year ; weighs bout 140 or I4& leonid., 6 feet ti niche
high : no mark ; color black. The owner 1 r -.111.-1i.
d lo noma forward, prove properly, and pay ehirgo
1 the law direct.
J 1I IIINTON,
Sbrrlll anil Jailor of H C.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavi.laou county, June I'Jili, 1802 a negro man
whoBiiya hi name la ALK.X ; rays he belong
lo Lucy Muitli, or 1 aviiln.11 cm-iitv, Teuu,; aged
about 81 y.airs ; weighs 144 or L'a) lalun.ls ; 6 f.-al 6
niche blch; copin-r color ; in marks. The owner ia
r.-.(ineteil to come foi warit, prove property, and pay
i liari-s a.-, the law dirovli.
J U IIINTON
IllDvlHlt Sb. 1 ill ami Jailor nl I) C.
Committed to Jail
OF Pan. lt"ii cm 1 nty, June 14. lHH'i, a negro lii-ui,
who says Ins name ia OKOtti.K WAS11I.NO I'tiN ;
saya he belongs lo Vary Auo Yeaigan, of Wurreti
county, Ky . aged about 40 yearn 1 weighs 1T5 or lsti'
lb. ; 6 feet 7 inches high ; color bin. k .i-inad . r on
forehead ; atnali goatee. The owner ia reuei.lnd to
come forward, prove projicrly ami pay i hwrge aa
llio law dirieU. J. M . IIINTON,
IntlvlH 31 Sharlfl and Jailor of 11. 0
Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, June 15. ISH2, a negro Iran
whoaaya ht 11 line 1 Col.lil 111 S j niyshe lie
kmga Ui Pr. Hi Ki.-ihii ka, ol Maury couuly , Teun , ago
about :i0 years; weighs about 141 or 146 ikiuuiIs 6
fc it 6 l. Inches hih ; long busby huir , copw r color ;
no 11141 ka. Tim owner la reiU'al"l Ui oomo lur
ward, prove properly ami pay charge as tha law dl
recl. .1 M IIINTON,
JuiietS .It Hberllfaii.l Jailor of P. C.
Committed to Jail
F Darl'lson C.mntT. Ti-lin .June fltll. lSt.2. a ne.
gio girl, named -MI 1.1 K: aav Hie li.-li'iii'. to
Irvin llogue, of Maury County, Tenn. Sa d girl i.
alioul 18 or UO years old ; w. ibs uhout lZO or lad
poumla; 6 feet 6 lm hn high; two small acara on
tun-head ; i r on upar lip at the edge ol the inaie j
The owner Is r,i-ueti-d In come f Tward, prove
property, ami pay charges, a the law dlreels.
J. M. HIMilV,
luiii.a-:!t rhentt and Jailoi ol P. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Paviiliuu ( I'Uiitv , lenii. , Jinn' elti, 1 MS-J, a no
gro niau II inn-. i Ki. I.I All, sa) be billing to
Irvin llogue, uf Maury Cunnty, Tenn ; ul. nit -it or 2.'i
yiaia o d : we gb ntKiiit li.Uor Idi poiiml.; t feet 7
inch. -s high ; cupper color ; small a. ar under cormr
ol right eye.
The owuer 1 run sted to rotna forward, prove
property, ud j,ay , liarges, aa the law tlireci.
J M JIINfiiN,
Juni'8-.ll sli.-iitT in I J nun ,,r 11 ('
Committed to Jail
OF Pavidaon county, on Hie l:ib ol J oie, latij,
negroinan who ras his name I. PWIP, and
mi), hu b. l.nigs to Lucy Smith, 01 Hiivllsin counlv,
T.1111 , age iin. nt '2:1 y.-.iri ; wenCie l.'i ur LUI pom da ,
6bcl 1 111. -lies high 101 inn k ; colnr him k. Hie
owner la reipueied li come l.rw.ir l, provi; pin
pcily aud pay ibaraes the law Ineeis.
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gio lll.lll, who ,ys his name o iTI llii.l'.-l, .mil
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age; weighs alaiiit lift p o,, ,, , f, f,.,i a i, ,,
high , c.ir 1. u In. ol In haul Tim owmr t re
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dvartiretneuta of yearly silvei lisers before the year
spires, otherwise we shall charge till done.
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uni.ed without previous notice to us, nor will any
tharge be made for lea thau one year at the yearly
v Atlvertisor xcMrlins the ipac eon
actl(ur will b charged for the eices.-
Trial and 4 onvii iioii of Jiidso
lluiupbrt'i n lor Troaaon.
Tho Spnale rcsolvctl ifDt'lr into High
Court of Impeachment for Hie trial of
J utle Humphreys.
The Senators took their places on (lie
platform on either sitlo of the .'resident
The House) heinp; notilied, came over
in body, and look seats on the floor of
Tho return of the Sergeanl-at-Arins of
(he Senate to the mitiimoiis issued for
Went II. Humphreys, showing (hat he
(Humphreys) could not he found, wn
Tho Serjeant-at-Arms then made a
proclamation calling on West II. Hum
phreys to answer lo the charge made by
No answer being made, Iho President
pro ifm. stated that the Managers on the
part of the House, were at liberty to pro
ceed in support of the impeachment made
by the House.
The names of the witnesses subpenaed
were then called by the Secretary of the
Andrew Johnson not answering, ho
was, on motion of Mr. Itingham, fur the
Managers on the part of the House, ex-
Aimru H um uui'Vlllg Hie SlIIIlUltlllH, Oil tile
ground that duties of a public character
(rendered it impossible for him lo attend.
Most of tho witnesses having answered
to their names,
Mr. Train, on tho part of the Mana
gers of the House, opeuetl tho case, an
alyzing the articles of impeachment, and
In icily stating w hat he intended to
prove against the defendant.
Mr Bingham on the partof thp Managers,
offered in evidence, first, tho Messago of
Franklin Pierce, of March 'M, 18.VI, nom
inating West ll. Humphreys for Judge of
tho District Court of the United States
for tho Eastern and Middle Districts of
Tennessee; srcoiul, the journal of the
Senate continuing that iinuiinatinn; third,
an authenticated copy of the commission
issued by the President to West 11.
Jacob McOavock was called as a wit
ness and examined by Mr. I'inghaiii, aud
testified as follows: Jiesided in Nash
ville; was Clerk of (lie. District Court of
tho I'lii ted States until some time in
October, Istil, when thero was a Court
established there styled the District
Court of the Confederate States, over
which West 11. Humphreys presided as
Judge, and in May or June, JSiil, he
(MoUavock) wassworn in as Clerk of that
Court; Humphreys directetl him to tako
an oath to support the Confederate States;
the records of this Confederate Court
were taken away by the liece iver about
two days after the tall of Fort Donelsoii.
Witness produced a note from Judge
Humphreys, received about four days
after the fall of Fort Donelsnn, directing
him to carry the records to Murfieesboro.
Mr. l'.eiiliam (Kep., Ohio) Put the
note, in evidence.
Witness further testified that he had
not seen Humphrey inoe !;it ii'mt-, nuu
ditt not know his w hereabouts.
The records of the Confederate Court
wcro prodqocd, showing that Humphreys
ordered the change of c ases to tho Con
federate Court, and money involved in
suits of non-residents to bo tin ned over
to the use of the Confederate States
Isaac Litton was next sworn, and teg
tilled as follows: Li veil in Nashville;
u aa Deputy Clerk of tbo Confederate
Court under Humphreys ; judgments
w ere entered iu the trial docket of theCon
tVilnate Court in Humphrey ' own hand
writing on suits against non-residents
under tho setpiestiation act fur the use
of the Confederate Stales; there were
also suits of a criminal character, brought
against cili.eus of llio United Mates for
treason against Ihe Confederate tiyvern
inenl. Mr. S.ittlabury suggested to the mana
gers that the trial would be much pro
longed, and if they proved that Hum
phreys had held a court of the Confede
rate " St.tti-s, that would be abundant
evidence fur impeachment. He would
be willing to void for impeat htneiil on
The wiliiets fui thcr testified that smile
of these pel sons who were brought into
court for treason against the Contederale
Slates gave bonds, while others took (lie
oath of allegiance or enlisted in the
Confederate service ; the conditions giv
en to sumo of them by Humphreys was
that they might go ree, if they would
enlist in the Confederate aiiny; those
who refused to take the oath of allegi
ance or enlist were remanded I" jail;
their only offence was adhering to the
1'nited Stadi-s; some of these jxraons
were brought into court by soldier of
the Confederate army, some of llietn on
Ihe ordi r of Humphreys; Humphreys
had gooe South; witness had not n
him min i' I i lii nary.
John lluh .".uulli sworn Was a law
yer; resided iu N aal.vil.' ; knew Hum
phreys ; hu had held li I'.S. Court Siuee
Ihe ait uf fcessiou in Tei "
the Stale seceding ; the tendencies of his
speech were calculated to bring about a
conflict of arms; in conversation with
witHe.-s, Humphreys expressed himself
in lavor of tho secession of iennessce.
H. O. Scovell sworn : Sometime iu Oc
tober, Isiil, he was arrested on a war
rant emanating from the so-called Con
federate States, anil taken before Hum
phreys, on the charge of sedition and
rebefl ion against the Confederate States,
and giving aid anil comfort to tho L'liited
States, for having said a I'nited States
flag would float over the capital of Ten
nessee and all the capitals of the seced
ed States. The judge told him that he
was a dangerous man, but derided that
ho was not an alien enemy. Witness
was held to bail in the sum of Sln.tHM)
bonds which were executed. Ho told
Humphreys that a prominent lawyer of
Nashville had said as much as witness
had; Humphreys replied if ho knew
who the lawyer was ho would arrest
him in less than twenty-four hours.
Humphreys then fold him (witness) that
he thought ho should increase his bail to
The next witness railed was William
(5. Pirownlow, who, being sworn, testi
fied : I reside In Knoxville, Tennessee,
when I am at home ; I have known West
II. Humphreys for about twenty years;
I stepped into tho court -house at the
time Mr. Dickinson was tried before the
so-called Court over which Judge Hum
phreys presided; I stood far back in (he
room as a silent observer of things; I
did not remain long, and did not hear
much of Ihe examination; Mr. Dickin
son made a short speech in which he de
fended himself, and 1 understood him to
decline taking the oath of allegiance;
ho was much all'eeted, and shed (cars ;
the agreement w as (hat he should go oulof
the country, and he packed up his trunk to
leave; he was charged with bong a I'nion
man, a stubborn, unyielding Union man;
ho was among tho wealthiest merchants
of Knoxvillc, and a man of unimpeach
able character and high standing; after
ward tho case was re-considered, and
they agreed to let him stay, if he would
give bonds in large amount with security
to keep tho peace and for his good be
havior. It was not his wish or will, 1
think, but his friends gave them
for him. I was present, also, at the
(rial of Dr. Thornberg. He was a gen
tleman to whom 1 was much at
tached. He was a strong Unionist, and
hal made up a company of cavalry,
to escape through (he Cumberland (lap
and go (o Kentucky and join the Union
army. Ihit'he was captured, and confin
ed as a prisoner, by the llcbcl army. He
was kept several weeks at Cumberland
(iap, anil then driven in on foot by a com
pany of cavalry. Ho owned tho finest
saddle horse in that country, but they
led the horse after him, and refused to let
him ride. Tho next morning hu was
marched into (he court-room, between
two rows of infantry, with muskets anil
bayonets, and I followed with (he crowd.
Judge Humphreys made a speech. I am
aware that I am under oath, but I must
characterize it as a hitter, vindictive, po
litical, plump-speech, from the beueh.
There w as one of the jurors there, a man
from Charleston, by the name of O'Conor,
with a Palmetto badge upon his coal.
1 know- there was some talk about it.
Judge Humphreys, iu that slump speech;
I recollect the sentiment, though I cannot
agree to repeat tho words in the case of
Thornberg, said he would have lo lake
some time to consider the case. He did
not know w hether it would fall under his
civil jurisdiction or would belong lo Gen.
Zollieoll'er Oen. Zollieoll'er had his camp
there then, in the military branch of
tho Government. Ho said Ihe milita
ry authority must bo upheld, and gave
the citizens to understand (hat ho would
be backed up in his Court by ZollicoHcr,
who had bayonets anil muskets enough
(o sustain one Judge. There was, per
haps, some excuse for his saying this, as
there was a strong intention on Ihe part
of the Union men to put down both him
and his Ktbel Court. They f levari :;t
i hornburg to tho Nashville . I nil. This
O'Connor was a Tcnnesseean, hut Iho
State nf Tennessee did not move fast
enough to suit his Secession haste, ami he
migrated to Charleston, South Carolina;
aud after he came hack he was put upon
this jury. There was talk of indicting
some of them for (reason against (he
United Stales, but Judge Humphreys
met that by Saving that there i ul be no
treason commit ted by the United States
in times of revolution, aud w e were now
in a revolution, and he took great pains
to say that the usurpation of the i'edi i al
Government, aud the atrocious conduct
of the present President of (he United
Slates, all tuoclher had released Tennes
see from any obligation to the Govern
ment whatever, 'this was said by this
Judge on the bench ill a stump speech, in
either September or October, I 1. .1 tnlge
Humphreys appointed a Deputy, called a
Commissioiirr to act in his absence, so as
to keep the Coin t sitting all the time, and
it did sit all Ihe time, except when the
I 'oniiuissiniier w as beastly drunk, and
f. II iu the gtiller. His name was liolu rl
licynoMs, a large man, and a beastly
drunkard. 'J' lie Guards had lo lake him
out of the gutter and put him in the guard
buil so a tair representation of the Soul h
ern Confederacy. I Laughter in the cal-
leries was arrested in (he afternoon
of Ihe " t la day of December on a warrant
issued by (his Commissioner lieyuolds,
charging me with treason against the
Cuiiledi-rate Government in (he follow mg
editorials. The wairant cited the edito
rials. I was then publishing a newspaper.
My friends uilunti crcd without my soli
citation to make up a bond of lisi.tsin
and security for my appeara;n In lore
Ihe ( oiitedcrale Court
I lie reply of tlio Cntiiiiiissioiier was
that it wa- iiol a bailable ease, ami the
Mai-hl ciiuituitlcd me In jail. While I
was in jail in tbe month of De. ember,
Judge Humphreys came bai k. 1 never
had an iiileri iew wlh bini, but one of
the military olliecrs tamo nil) the jail,
t to be in that
for me. 1 told
t the SOthoriln s
i lliool.t other
w uuld go w iili
him to (he court-house where Judge
Humphreys was on the bench and lake
the oath of allegiance to the Confederate
Govt nunc nf, I would be at oneo liberated,
and my family aud myself protected. I
replied to him that he had no authority
to administer such an oath. I denied
that he had any Government, nnd main
tained he had but organized the South
ern mob, and they never had been recog
nized by any civilized nation on God's
earth, and never would be, suppressed
applause iu the galleries. und that T
would see (he Southern Confederacy, and
him on top of it, in the infernal regions,
before I would take tho oath of allegiance
to (hat Government. They never pest
ered me any more after that. Laughter.
Judge Humphreys and his Court were a
terror (o (he Union men of Last Tennes
see all (he time. He was always making
violent harr.tiigues from the bench, and I
regarded him as one of (he most violent
Secessionists we had in our Slate. 1 was
kept in the main jail room with about
IM) others about live weeks; and then,
being taken within a typhoid fever, they
took me to a private room with a double
guard around me, as (hey said, for my
comfort and protection; hut I always
thought, it was because those w ho were
in tho jail ceased to volunteer in the ar
my after 1 came. I was in Jail from (he
lith of December lill tho lid of March,
lacking three days of three months. I
was linally discharged from (he prison
upon (he order of a Mr. l'enjainin, pur
porting to be the Secretary of War lo one
Davis. Ho wrote (o Attorney h'aiiisay,
and Iinmsay read the letter in open
Court, stating that tho honor and faith of
(he Confedera'e Government w as pledg
ed to see me out into the old Government
among (he people with whom I sympa
thized, and if I were convicted he would
feci bound in honor (o intercede w ith tho
President for my pardon. Hubert Fox
(he Deputy Marshal, came with (he or
der from Iho Court of Commissioner
Keynolds, and slated that a nolle prose
ipii had been entered, and staled that I
was released from civil arrrst and impris
onment. A Captain of the Kebel army
accompanied him, and as soon as he re
leased me, or in about three minutes, ho
turned around to me and said: "1 atp di
rected by Gen. Carroll (o re-itrrest you
by (he military authorities." So 1 was
free aud out of Judge Humphrey's pos
sesion for about three minutes. 'This
Kamsay was (he Confederate attorney
for tho wholo Stato of Tennessee, lie
had been four years tho United Slates
Attorney under James I'.ik lianaii, and
then entered info the service under Da
vis. He had on Ihe military suit, and
was, or pretended to be, a Captain, lie
had undertaken (o raise a company, but
was very unpopular. He had got about
thirty men, and was thawing tho rations
for about sixty. This w as found out, and
he was drummed out of camp as a ras
cal, which, in my judgment, ipialilied
Inn) still more eminently to seise (lie
Confederate Government . Laughter.
Mr. liingham, on ihe par! of the man
agers, said that he should oH'i-r no nun.
evidence, thinking the facts ciuged abun
dantly proved. He should, therefore,
demand of (he Honorable Court, in (he
name of tho House of lieprcsriif atives,
and of (ho people of the United Stales,
w hose liberties had been so outraged by
(his reckless judge, (hat a conviction bo
had of impeachment upon (he charges
proved against him.
The President, pro km, then put (he
question whether the accused was guiliy
of the high crimes and misdemeanors
charged by the articles of impeachment
of the House of Kepresrnlal ives.
Mr. Saulsbiiry (Deiu., Del.,) said he
should vole for impeachment, of Hum
phreys on the ground thai, while hold
ing an ollloc as Judge of tho United
Slates Court, he had assumed (o art as
a Judge of the Confederate States. I'.ot
he (Saulsbiiry) would not commit himself
to any of the declarations or senti
ments of the managers on the part of I lie
Too ecuscii w as declared guilty on the
Inst article by a unanimous vole of tie
;!S Senators pieseiit.
Missis, liayaid, Catlile, Johnson,
Pcarre, Ilice, Simmons, Stark, and W il
son of .Mas9.il husetts, were absent.
On Ihe second article, charging him
with supporting nnd advocating the act
of secession, Mr. liiowning Voted not
guilty, guilty, ".
( u I'm tliiri' rli.li, i -barging Ii i til
with organizing anucl rebellion, I lie vole
was: guilty, o-'; not guilty, (Mes-ns.
Anthony, I'l-eseiiden, Foster, and Har
lan,) I. "
On the fun 111 article, (barging him
w ith a conspiracy to oppose, by f.uee tbe
Government of the United Slates, guilty,
-'7 ; not guilty,
Missis, loo wiling, Cnw an, Harris,
Henderson, Kennedy, Latham, MeDuii
gn', Nt s in i t li, Ten Lyek, Wilson, (Mo )
Mr. Saulsbiiry w as excused ou the fifth
ailiele, and the vole was unanimous
On Hie sixth ailiele, on a specification
(barging a conli m at inn of the propcily
ol citizens Not guilty, 'J I ; guilty, II.
The Cotiit then t.Mik a reec-s till I
At I o'clock the Coin t , a.n lm I.
Mr. Poster (Hep., Conn.) otb red the
following iplcstioli, to bit put to Die
Courl : Is Ihe font I of opinion that W i l
11. Humphreys lo- rcmon d from olli. -e
of Disln. I Judge ..r tl.e Di-lriel C,,iii I
of the United Slates f "i t hu Dislm t o
Ten nessce -'
Mr. Trumbull t K p . HI '"
ad'l, "And lli.lt he be dl.ipMhllod 'loin
holding or i iij"mg any olii, I- of honor,
trn-t, or ptolit, under the I lilted SuteS."
Mr. Poster said he had followed Ihe
piece. hoi in lheisi'ol Jml ro I'lik-r-ing
of New llampshiie, and it the ipu-s-lioii
was l.ik. n an a wh-'le, any Senator
i oii'd ask. for a division.
M r. Ti uiiihull was not satisfied wilb
tins. Tin v. as not one piopi.-iiiou an a
The Pr. suh nt - i. H'lg'. .led thai
both propo uiun, be ri ad and ! i idod
Tlii'V Wile d.HSlble.
Mr. Trumbull's aincndiin nl wa- tl. ia
adopted. ) -'s liays IJ
Mr. Davis , Uu , I. y ; call' d I r a 'lit i-
ioU Of the itell ili.
The first pai l of the question was then
adopted, yeas nays none.
The second part was (hen adopted;
yeas ,'!,",, nays none.
The President protein, (hen pronotiuced
judgment : Il is hereby ordered and de
creed that West H. Humphreys, Judge
of Ihe District Com ( for the Western,
Middle and pastern District of Ten
nessee, he and is removed from said
olliee, snd that he be and is disqualified
from holding or enjoying any office of
honor, (rust, or profit under the I'nited
The Court then adjourned sine itie.
The Senate adjourned.
1 i-otu tin- M Lou's Peino. r.it.
The IMhU ol hivalry.
In the early pari of litis war. some su
perfine organ of chivalrous sentiment, de
scribing the 7 ii'i-ri, I of flie Southern
army, expressed something like regret
that the vandals of the North would hare
the honor of being killed by the dainty
hands of Southern "gentlemen." They
were nil gentlemen. True, we are not
bound lo take this literally, but rather lo
understand it as Ihe Welsh preacher did
the Scripture narrativo of Samson's Ihrce
hundred foxes, by a liberal rule of inter
pretation. "Von are not to suppose, my
brethren," said (he Cambrian, "lhat (hose
were all oe., because (ho fox is a cun
ning annual, and Samson could lever
have (rapped so many; but ho no doubt
had a few fm, and Iho rest he must have
made up with te.r'.rVAovJv ami p,femt."
So with the editor's description of tho
Southern army it was not to be inter
preted iu literal strictness. Some gen
tlemen or at least, sons of gentlemen
Ihe rest, "poor white trash."
Still, accepting as probable the fact
that tho ranks of the rebel legions con
tained a portion of the class denomina
ted "scalawag,"' there was no reason lo
expect that the good manners and refin
ing influence of Ihe superior class would
fail of its ellecl on them. They could
not all be Chevalier Itayards, hut the
spirit which animated the leaders was
so lofty that it would tend to ennoble
even "clodhopcrs, and make (hem no
unlit followers of high-toned gentlemen.
The influence of the latter, like that of
polifo letters, would operate to "soften
the manners and prevent (heir being fe
rocious " To chronicle, therefore, so
widen departure us the subjoined from
this high ideal is painful ; Iho more so
when we remember that it occurs in the
city of Charleston, Ihe very focus and
center of all magnanimous chivalry :
( Krolu tho Clutli-stoii Meitlury
"Il has repcatedl y happened within the
last few days that ladies havo been rude
ly accosted and instilled by soldiers iu
the public thoroughfares. In some ,ii-.
Stances outrage nf tlw mnvf jlnjrinit ehorcii -ti
r lnireUen enimnilteil, tuillt peifeet impuni
ty, I 'J men wrurimj the unifm in of the S'ltth
eni vJnntrei i. We do not know w ho the
(iH'i'inliTS are; hut we do know lhat,
in the city of Charlestnii, such nets cau
noland w ill not be allowed to continue.
We call upon the ollicers of Iho troops
tiovv stationed he re Utpmtect our twite, by
Ihe enforcement of sobriet y and good be
havior aiuongthe men of their commands
and by visiting upon the first soldier w ho
may be shown to have conducted himself
in Iho manner we have mentioned, sw ift,
severe and public punishment."
Itl iaaou rl.
The following resolutions wore adopted
at the Stale Lmaucjpatioii Convention in
JeH'ci'son City a few days ago. Tho St.
Louis lieiit'D-rnt, which has lately been
much enlarged and is edited with great
vigor, advocates the doctrine of the reso
lution: .'.We, That (he President of the
United Stales, by and with Ihe approval
of Ihe national Congress, having invited
the loyal slave Matis to a :;.& f;in
of Ihe propriety of initiating a syali m of
gradual emaucipalioii for tho purpose of
relieving I heiiiscUes li oni Ihe incubus of
hlawrv, and removing causes that are
seized upon to proiuole'disloyall y ; and
furthermore, our ow ii Stale Convention
having that Hiilijeel before them for ac
tion and thought, ami having after ma
ture rellectioii, resolved lhat il was in
it w of present exigent iea, one worthy
of ''the ttelibcrato and r ion. t ful i-oii-Hi'lernltoii
of the people of (he State ol
Mission i," therefore, we take this the
eat In st opportunity of bringing the sob
jei I mailer involved Icloto our citizen
for tin n consideration, iu order that they
may take such aitioii in regard thereto,
both as llo-y have been itiwlod to lulie.
and as the public necessities repine
they hhnuM take in the pi emise.
A' vitrei, That we are in favor of mi
tialing forthwith a n sleni t.l i niatn ipa
linn lor the Slate nf .Missouri, gradual in
its character, and the opeialioli of which
shall be so adUHled as not lo work in-,
jury In (he pceiiii.uiy interest nf any
loyal citizen whose vested properly
right may be iniolved, and not todi.tuib
by any violent disiu.lmn present social
' illations in our coiiimu-iiiy.
,'. ', .., That the General Government,
by tlie iii'iiinlii "I't tender of aid to the
' Stale, das relieved t li .Uestioii nf i iiiau
I i 1 1 in t i ui in Mi-soiiii of all constitutional
and fin.mi ial cmbai i assment.
,'. ,,,,'e. . That It should be the duly ol
Hie next gi in l al asst lllbly of till Mate
to ta'i.i measures lor securing fioin the
national government Ihe aid pledged by
icmlulmii of Congri s to those Siati .
undertaking the establishment nf a sys
li in of gtadual i mancipation, and that
the satto' should be so ilispnsi d of a to
insure c ompc iisai... (o mn Ii as may I"'
adU.lgi d as ciilillcd lo coinpt nsatioii for
any I-.-m a that may be sustained in lh
man hi at urn an d i (insomnia! ion of s u h
a p. 1 1 1 V
Tl.e lluntswlle I Ma) ;'("' say '!
the lutiior that the lwlitmky and Tru
ll. ss.-i. region tils in the t ..nf. iieiale miy
bate to l.e . onaUn ly guarded to p.rf"
tlictu bom ,1c. fl.t.g in a body l '''
crroboialed by pnoi". and .1. f