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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF 1'RINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1802.
W' ' 1
pitan Cornitj gimlet".
JOHN I'VuII FMIT1I, M.iyi,r,
WII.I.IAM SHANK, Itrtorder.
JOHN CHL'MIlI.tY, MnrilMl.
tn"l Jf.iMuh-W. II. Wilklnnm, A. C. Tucker,
and Jama A. Hteele.
ClcrU o JurJW Join. lhumbley,.w-r'l.'i'o.url!l;
Jot L Rj,Bwiind , and Jol,n Red.lic.li, third.
Tax Auruor Wililam Driver.
nrrtnut tblw-ctor A. II. Shaiikliiud.
Bo T( OHm-tor-r. Tl.tlarrclt.
Trwusrer R. Henry.
H'kii Martrr Thomas Leake.
Plip.riHW.-lrf o (In BVV.w J Q- DhIiI.
JfrperhMVarlntl o ( Hr It'ol la Jamce Wyatt.
I'hiff of Oft Firt iiqiortinni John M Konbury.
Rtxton of lh Cmrttry-T. 11. Mcllrido.
S(rrl Otmr J-1. Stewart.
C'if ilor.'y John MoNiail Smith.
Board Mrnn-U. M. Ilrlen, President ; J. K.
Newman. O. A. J. Hay Held, 0 A. Hccrvol, Wm. H .Cheat,
bam, J. C Smith, M O. L. Clilborne, end J.i. Robb.
fVmmon Council W. J. Jonca, President ; William
Roberta, T. J. YurbrouKli, Wiu. Prlvor. Win. Stewart,
Louia Hough, W. MuUina.Jamoa Turner, O.M. 8oulh.
gale, A. J. Oolfi, Ja. bavia, Andrew Audorsoo, .1. D.
Kuowlcs, and Join iSeady.
rsniK ouastiTTisiM vr Tin city rwsciL.
. f'iaone Knowles, r'cjvcl and Cole.
Wulrr irorU-Aiidcrson,Fmilli and Claiborne.
fill tU -Ynrbrougli , Turiifif , fViu thgnto . Ia , Brlrn,
MiiyBrlil,('lilhim and Claltxirne.
H1b Nowiimn, Stewart anil Tumor.
JtotpUal J iDia, Maj flcM and Sloan.
( Ui-(Iwatlmin, MaylloU and Khuw!.
-.r Hrpntmtnl Cnady, Drhrpr and Newman.
r.'u UrinT, t'lii-alhain aud Itavli.
Crmtltry Smllb, Ptowart and Newman.
Jlfort . Rolrta,Kteart aud Tumor.
HoukIi, Ciaitiorne and Iiavla.
(, ( lifAllmin. llrlrn and Andira in.
iVrt-inja !lou(li, ('In tlx rnu and BrUn.
WorkhiMM t'beiitliam, Mayll.'ld nnd Knowln.
Impruvmmli afnl F-ipaiilura Cul8, Scovol and
J'kWi'c Propirty llrli n, CliMtbnm and Tumor.
r4 iuM Uaylli ld, Jimia and Roberta.
erTlie Board ol Aldcrmca nx-oli tlio TuoadByii
next urcwdlne tlio cond aud fourth Tliuridnyt in
each month, and tlio Common Council tlio aecond
and (uuilb Tliuradayi in each mouth.
Oiii John Baugh.
tirtt Lirvitnant Win. Yarbrough.
Bfeomil LirvlmoHl Jolm II. larla.
ruliMMm Wm. Jckon, John Cavondor, N'leh Pa
Tli.Juel Phillip. Wm. Bkr, John CMtroll, William
Mayo, John Knglea, J. W. Wrlsht, John l'uckett,
Kubirt Soult, W. C. Francis, Thoinai Fraucli, Andrew
Joyce, David Yatea, and CbarlM IluUtt,
airThePolloo Court toouened evcrj morning t
pVn" Jamea 11 Hluton. XVj.niet Tlioiuua Hob
ton and J. K, Buchanan.
KrgMtr Phlneag Garrett.
IWjIm-W. Jaspor Taj lor.
CorontrS. 11. Belcher.
A.tMyer John tirhltt.
KmrniM OhVfor J. U. Brllcy.
Kuilroot! Tix ColMorW. V- ttobertmn.
OwtnMrtor ( A'.ii-.I(f lf.friW John D. (iownr
aud J. R. Ncunmn. '
Jwltjt lion. Jaraoa WhltHr(h.
Vlnhy. I Indtdcy Mchol.
Dar-The JiuUo'a Court meet" tli llrat Moinluy In
eaeh mimth.acd the Quarterly Court, conipiwd of
Ilia Mnitrl of the County, la held the But Hon
day In January, April, July and OcUiIht.
j,fyHon. Nathaniel B.ixter.
CW liavld C. Lovo.
Tlio Court moota Ui flrnt tloiu'ny In Mnroh
Juilfi Hon. William K. Turner.
Cirri Chariot K. I'lunona.
Aayllie t'ourt meets tha llitl Monday lu Apilt, Au
guat and Peceuiber.
tTk.iiiirllor Il.m. Kanuii l I. f'rl.Tjou.
a lVra and Af.xM1 J. K. Gtcavca
' 0f The Court nueta the Hut Uouday lu May and
I. 0. 0. T.
Jom t, Ilini, flrand feerelury, ahould bo ahlri'ioud
at K.uhmlU, Trim.
IVmuwi ImlKt, A'o. 1 Miwta every Turaulay Fven
lug, at their Hall, on the corner of I'ulon and Hum
mer streeta. The olth'ora for the prrreut tTm,arot
Til. Uellride, Nil.; I), 8. b-auimr, V tl Jhu i
Hide, .Sivrctary j T. I., Marrtiall, Trenaiuer.
Trubut l.a,lgt, Ko. 10 M.cta at the mum p aco
Tory Voiol.'iy Km'iiii'K. The oilli .-ra are : H..bcrt
ThouiMnii, N.O.; It. A . Campbell, V .H.; ll.wry Ap
' ple.Swietary j II. K. Ilrown, Ticiimnor.
Umilry J.oiV. K"- VH Meela at Ib. lr Hall, oil South
Cherry etroet, every Fri.lay t veiling. Thu ollU era
are: J. IV K.'i.ley , N il ; U. C. Covert, V I). T. B.
lludeu, Secretary ; W. M. aliillory. Triiunrar.
. I . k . (il.iMuunl ll.b.lU tl ll)
Ir lull, roruer of I'ulon and Summer utiecta, enry
rhiiraday Eviiilug. Tin) ulllceia are : R. Huiieineia,
NO, Cl arl.-e Rich.V tl , John ll.-rbei 1. li, SvreiAry ;
(l.v. Heifer le.TriMwuner.
Ki.V'j .'a io.;o-nl, A'... I Moota at the ab.n Hall
on the Urat aud third Wodlioa la) a of oa. h month.
The oih.vra are O. M. lesiouir, C.I'. ; J. V.. Mil ., II P.;
T. U Mi Urtdv.B.W.j P. H C. I. inan J '. R. 11 Me
Kwen, K-r'he , II H. Cutler. Treasurer.
('Ill Hi-,m. k nr,ln;m. n, ,Vi 4-- Mi eta at the
above II CI ou the ti coud aud fourth Wciluotday
iiivhta ol c.ich now, Hi. The oill.-era are H. I chman,
C.P.i Jaa.T Boh, IIP; Il.nry Alple.M.W; I.. II.
HUehiwk, J W. F. U Mou, Ml ibo ; J. N. Ward,
ARKIYAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
l.utvlllek Nanuillelt It Ti alu leal ea at T.4. A.M.
' air al t a", I' M.
Naahvllle k IVvstur R It. Ii.v.n leaxea at 80, AM.
" arr. al VuO, P.M.
Nah. k Cbatuuooa M H. Train l. aeat 10 00, A M.
" arr. at I.'JA.I'.M.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMTAST.
i)KHi N.. , rv,nX t,mtl.
l'eiS 'US wl.hiiig to aeud t rei(li .,,4 .r
lh Morulng Tiajue f Hie I mn 11 v. a Na.u
vins, and Ninuia aau li,,lu k'iaoai,
n,ul ua the anie at U.e lutiea t.j ieva n,
Davidson County Duiictokt Continued.
KHITAEY QTJAETER8 AND 0FnCEE8.
1-M Hwliiuartera on HIjU atreet.' Oen. Pumont
LLUi Hnl.iuartera on Bummer atmet. (tt.
Ford'a reiilnoe.) Capk Creon, A. i. O.
JV,ol Mariktil Jlrailquartera on Church atnt.
(Fomale Academy.) Col. Stanley Matthewa.
ti tuutunf CarleraWiT Headquarter! on
Cherry atreet ; No. 10, (fudge Catt'm'a realdrnce.)
Capt. J. P. Binnham.
AiMtlnnt Qutlrtetmailer (ImttallOoga PeHH Capt.
;,.( Qitarltrtvulrr Vino afreet, noar Mrf.
Polk'e reaidanre. dipt. R. N. Lamb.
.ffitil (.iiiorfermmw No. 87, klarket atrett.
Capt. J. M. llulo.
C'ai' CeiainlMory Headquarter, No. 10, Vine ol.
(apt. It Maefeely,
t',mtauivjri o MiWeaet Bioad atreet. Oipt. S.
Arti! tymmittnr) Suj(j(nr Corncf of Bioad
and College atrei ta I, lent Chat loi Allen.
Mnlirai Dirtxlur fummer atreet. (Br. Ford'e old
roaidenoc.) HurgeoD, E. Bwllt.
Slnlioal Pnrrrftr't OJIct Clmrch atreet, Maaonio
Bulldiug. J. B. i'lim a, HurKeou, Klh lUntucky In
fautry, Acting Medical Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND EEPAKTUHE OF MAILS.
Northern Wall, via Uiulartlle, arrlvea Bally, 6.30 P.M.
' leavea " 1.48 A.M.
ColiiniMa.vIa T A. B.B. arrlvea " 6.J0 P.M.
leavea 11 .(0 A.M.
Bhelliy villa, via N. It 0. R R, arrive S.30 P.M
leavea 10.00 A M
UUiicm, . - arrive 12.00 U.'
" ... leave (,00 P.M.
Meniphla Mall.luavea Ially,vla Ixmlavllle aud Cairo,
PtlST.OFFICKS Ol'EM BKYOND LEBANON ARE
Watertuwn, Jeoning'a Fork.
POST OKKICrS ON LIMB OF N. k C. R.R.
Jurdun' Valley, or tihelbyvllle,
B. B. CONNOR & BItO.,
CO.TI MISSION oII:H IIA.H TJ,
NO. I COU.EUE STl'.EKT.
Htw Mock J n t received and for al
low to clone) out t,oiiinuc.uin
Bhla. Halt, lor aale by
CONNOR ft BKO.
boxen HALT, for aale by
ICONNOR k BRO.
oO Co"" R0I'E' tur b"
CONNOR A BItO.
bbla. Cual OIL, lor aale by
CONNOR k BRO.
SV half bbla. Coal OIL, for aale by
IVS ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
IKH down UKOOUH.for aale by
LOKj ap8 CONNOR k BRO.
tr boxea atlAP, for tale by
Q buxee STARCH , for aale by
1 1) cheat TEA, for salo by
CONNOR k BRO
hall eboau TEA, fur aale by
( ) oadlea IU, lor aale by
lw ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
I boxea Yeaal POUTHERM, fur aale by
!)ne aUa SOL' A, for aula by
CONNOR k BKO.
1 ( C niM MATCH KH, for aale by
lUl ap8 CtiNNOR k BItO.
boxea Star CA N IM.I-y, rur aule by
4,0 141 CONNOR k BKO.
O t bole Cut'EKK, lor aalo by
it) ap 8
CONNOR k CO.
Utile. V1NKOAK, f r aula by
CONNOR k BRO.
1 A klta SALMON, f r alo by
a V s au
C) 4 kits UAI K.KKKI.,tur 1
r km IlK.KItl.SO.'luraale lry
() kits SHAD, for sal by'
CONNOR k BRO.
CONNOR k BKO.
Connor k Rita
( bbls. TKtiCT, for sale by
1 J ap 8
If V bbla. MACKkllllvL, for aale or
11 ap 8 C11NNOR k BRO.
1bbl. CIDKK, lor ialeby
ap 8 CONNOR k BRO.
U boxes dried UKKINU, for aale by
) ap8 CONNOR k BKO.
boxes lined Mealed, for aale by
CONNOR At BKO.
ki'ira N'All.t, lor aale hy
COS NOR k BItO.
p. bb'a Crui.be. 1 Sugar, for aalo by
t)t ap8 CiiNNtlR A BRO.
I . )f b.u; Ml Al , lor sale by
CON NOK k BKO.
KMnlilK FUIU'R, for sale by
OKKt ap IXINVORABKO
Of ,a"'k" HAMH, for aale by
C(J sp 8 CONNO k Bill).
O eaaka Slt)b-, lor sale by
Zt iv CONNOR k BKO.
t)f( .bbia iiie I'll TA'tt IKS, for'eale by "
-Z..J ap8 CDNNOit BRO.
f) boxa Ireali Uardtfu .VKKI), for ile tiy
ev w ap
aiNNoit k m o.
8blil 1'i.K.u .-KIVI, fur tlu liy
ap 8 CONNOR k BKO.
1 i tlercea t'auvaaaed MAMM, with a larse kit ol all
IV anna of Oooita. which we will ehiee uut low, at
our old aland, No. 8 College, elreet.
ap 8 B B. CONNOR k BKO.
f 11K AtlniUtn of uitiarnii, ttruir'rt, vn J others ?
X 1 1 1 1 1 (C SiAAttn tilt, riMirinn lulitlkl m. Hi rwxl
ftilly pili tl i lint oin, No. H 1-tvi.ioi u tt lUtx-l,
uut d""T, bflwiK-u l'lnrry ait it tlitj t'juiir.
tr, (.Vknm ! vu oli prti(j(iitiiti ol nik-in; tat
Ttliiut uul.iuiUU rnH ri ut i ni4 tltiM'iii( urttM
fur mtKUf yvr ptwi,u Ui tiwiui-ni iM mutati itta
vami, tiAJi nnltuKH. hi m to tlcvoui li s uiiilivutiHl aiU
It. 41 to all dnnvmcn tf iUM Aiitir. Uuy rAM ut
Uiu uit-Ml HiTri,'l t iirt ur Imva roni'liy yiaUtMl
U In UnpniviHl tiiolhu-l i4 lrtMH'M
Primary, rttu.Ury , Trl!ry wiJ McnltUrjr Hym.
imt tt.au.ttTliu, . au.l :t .ti,u ol U. fitmu
aiil unuary imhx., ojixI nH iiu nwtfiautw hibn
A fi'inal trr(tutarUt and r.iruli.icial ttttrntur
nifnt ot lt W Hiiil", anJ U.e ititva. antfuuj Im
nwiHiitta aiitl III niaii-'i ai iurti.
KvMifittMiiv Kiitit-itit Huplur, ant u riitji,a4
rrUuf iT U HM'lum, au.i nitwi em-m of t.a,
rn tt curMl y a trtMt itnarty aialttks. If wibtrf
Ul lt.t I:.lUar ('AMI W III'1 rteUa'H l y I. i.8ii'fca ,
pure ia mparts umfYnti1, u a cait (ui rviu.ut..'i
a nyt (u'iU t ti aN'8WMry mhrl.nt tkf fktM4 t
fm-ut tiff It at itniirovwsi uiltnkl i iMtrnif
I ,i)t u( cillir '! ii,1 ! ,u P Mlt
(It'K'nliiiiKi-itM'M tit ai.tiwitHii uf any a.ui
IHt'iitc di8tMr,i-iU li curvJ, Ui ui utw, by Itif
aiNH-nv' mrih.mi , (u forty r In Uoura.
Mi H i coi.ha.-iu, pritni4 iifiii. aitj BnUrav
rJear, ttiii uvia btm H ti (mlra
r Na uivn-ury d ia lb irmtiiuiil wnr
Jirxui,u U bflit tt (ia mti --ai'i) M f txlu
ortM JtHtwMi lt.au llii-l 11 Ui giVto l' uca.
cai. hum Irum iit.i tu UioiBr IHI ti
Ua8Muu, Jan 11, 'M-l
Committer! to Jail
OF Havhlaon County, June 12;h 1KH2, a negro mna
who aaya hla name ia AMHAH AM; snya be belonea
to Kamuol AlkentoQ of Cheatham county Tenn ; nffJ
oout 81 or J.t yeara ou, eiha anout Hi or lpo toe ,
feet It Inihea hlb, eipiier ivdor, pi-r on rh'uk
abont one p.ch long, email acarrdireif the hair above
The owner l reneated to rorne forward, prore'pro
perty, and pay charge, aa the law direct.
. at. ri i r i '
tune20 3t Bherlff and Jailor of 0. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Mavidaon eminly, June 21, lal)a, a'nfgro man,
who aave hie name la liOU; aay he l on:
to Tboniaa C. W alker Maury county, Tenn.;au
about IK or 30 year old, weigh about 160 pounda,
feet at tie-bee in tiieK'it ; color uuu'K , no marRa;
The owner la requested to come forward, prove pro
perty, aid pay char Kin, aa til law direct.
Jan. -20 3t Sheriff and Jailor of U. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Oavldaon oonnty, June iW, 'lfOt, a Becro man
who aaya hti name I AK l llL'll ; and bakings to
Wm C. Smart of Warren county, T'un.tairi'd itnut
4b year ; wuuh about 148 r 160 iniuiiiIr ; 6 feet
loeiie hli ; color blai.K ; rioavy winiiaera.
The owner I reoueated to conie firward, prove
property, and pay charge, as the law direct.
j. m. niftivn,
June2! 3t Bherlll and Jailor oft). C.
Committed to Jail
T DavfdiioB oounty, Juua L, latii, a naffro bny,
1 wbo aarn ttia name i AIJC. and bfltmirl to Won
MH:rrirnr of Wi turn oo.: ae yrar old; weight boui
100 or l'io itoumla ; TotH r Inrtiaa high ; color black ;
near on twcoDd HuKnr on Wit hand.
Ilia ownor ! rquMd to eoma (irwar1. prora
property, feud pAjcbargtifl, aa tbe taw dfiwta.
Jnnr2' lit Bhoriff and Jailor f 0. 0.
Committed to Jail
ft PftTidson oouuty, JtJhe imw, a n)rro m",
who Mays till nam li IANItI,i anyi hm baiuns l
Mrs. l.uziukft Brown of Maury county, tutar Sprlna;
HI I. TnQ aga about !r3 yeara old : wetytis about 1VU
or lnO pouotla ; ft fowl 11 tectiai ulgli, aiuall near lu
Tha owner la requMOd to ooms fnrward, prora pro
perty! and pay car ((, tna at airncu.
4. at. tiimiun.
Jane'39 St RWIfrnnd Jailor of I. C.
Committed to Jail
OF rttr.dKon county, Term.. Jnu 10, 1H03, a negro
girl, who aaya bor ntm ta JOANNA, aud belong
to Hoberl Wllliaioa, of Kranklln. ar.. Hit about 17
or la yoara : I Wt 2 tuchea biajh I ; weiului aiMitit l'X
iKM.Oiia i dark cjnier color. Thu owner li rtiitod
to com forward, prova property, and py flltrga aa
lb" law Ulrfcw j. al. HIM'",,
binn208t Rhorf IT and Jil..r of I. C.
Committed to Jail
Or i av iuwd oonaiy , j line iwiu . inoa, a uq(ro man
wbo Buys hla same ta MILTON ; aay lie belonira
to Joseph Carter, of Marshall conty, Aia, age about
24 yours ; weigh ltib pound , 6 feet 7 rnchea hlitb ;
ivior iiiaea , scar ny ouro aoove in rig-iu wriHt
Tue owner la requested to come rorwani, prove pro
periy, anu pay cu&rgesas in law uireois.
J. M. U1NTON,
JunelS 3t SbenO aud Jailor D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF D&vldeo oounnty, June loth, lStt'l, a negro mao
who ear bi nmue la liANlKI, : ears he beluiis
te Rkihard Dose, of Marshall oounty, Ala. ; er.il ataiut
21 or it years) waliflia ISO or Ins lb.; 8 foet 8 Inches
blgb ; no marks' color black. The owner ia request,
ed to oome ftarward, prove projiorty, and pay chargee
as me si iiirecm. J. u. ihniiin
Slierld and Jailor, U. C.
Committed to Jail
fV Davlilson county, June lit h, 18ft;, a negro man
y wbo aaya his nam Is AAltON ; aaya be beloniis to
Jo Carter, of Marshall county, Ala ; aged about IV
year ; waith abont 140 or US pounds, 8 feet (I mcbea
liiffh ; no mark ;eulor black. Th owner I reipieei
ed to ooune forward, prove property, and piy rh.rfiw
as ine law uirecie. j. i lli.Mtl,
jiin18-8t Sheriff and Jailor of li C
Committed to Jail
Arr.i,iw. .I,....., i...,. hxh ike., . .
V whoeays his name ta ALKX ; says he belmiii
u rucy Mnitn, ot i avnuoB coenty, Tenn,; aited
alHitit 81 yeara ; welsha 1A or t M ; 8 f. et 8
luetics blah oopper color ; no marks. Tlie owner ts
n-pieated to come forward, prove property, aud pay
cuarKea as tue law uirot i.
J. M. HINTON,
uneH-:!t Fherlfl and Jailor ot ll. I
Committed to Jail
OF fiavlilaon oounty, June 14, lutta, a neijro mvn
who aaya his name la llf.OHtiK VfA.illtNTiiN
says he In ionits to ary Ann Yearifan, of Warren
oouuty, Ky , aii' d about 40 year ; weighs 178 or ISO
ma. ; a icoi i mem a niitu ; cuor niai'k ;amaii aiar oo
forehead ; email Koeu. Ttie owner la requested to
onus forward, prove proairty and pay iharie aa
tha law directs. J. at. HIN UlN,
Jun.lH 81 Hhenfl and Jailor of I). C.
Committed to Jail
Of PaTiUwio oounty, June la, lHtli, a arro tnn
a ho any a hta nmno la CUl.l WBUa : any he b.
longa to Dr. MrKiwU-ka, of Uaury roiiuty.Teuo , afrn
about SO yeara; wuttfha about MO or 14ft puUbdn 6
loat lucUt'a hlh ; lou Utinhy hair : top ire r oUr
1:0 marlta. Ttio owner la ru-tUtM to oon.45 for
ward, prom propwiy and pay fhrrg an (h law di
ro:ia. j.u MiMtinr,
JunulH-St Shfrill aud Jailor of D. 0.
Committed to Jail
fT Tar-lffun County, Ti'im., Julia 61I1, 1mH a n
KJ tftru (tlrl, i.Min.d hAl.l.lK; aaya aJtd ).U.iik-j to
Irvln Hf'KU, of Maui-y l-ouuly, Tuiin. Si d Klrl it
ahout la or i0 viura old; w.lj.ha al"Mit I) or 110
pouu1a J ft frt ft luchf-a biyh ; two aniall acarson
for-bfMid j acar on upper Up at tbe e tyo of lUv u'st
lha owner la rv)i.rt-rd to coma forward, prova
property, auu p7 cuargoM, a uni mw diimu.
Jun H-3t IShorlO and Jailor of 1. 0,
Committed to Jail
fV tiavldaon loiiiitv, Tun. . June Otb.lHli.ai
(tro man nam-mi KLIJAH; aayi he tfliir to
Irvia ll';tis of Mury County, Tfnu ; ahiut 4 i.r 2A
yearn o'il : we'Kha alwut lit) or Itia pounds; 6 funt 7
lurbiti liliih copptT color; amail aiar tihder ooruvr
of rlirlit vv9.
Tbu ownvr U nvm aled to roma forward, proT
pnpriy,aoa pay ciiarK(H, at me law tit r,- ;
J M 111NMV,
Juneti-St thnrlff and Jhimt of l C.
Committed to Jail
fT Dviiiwm oouuty, 00 the lMi iA J im. 1863, a
W Digro nn.it b aa.va nia bmn 1 AVll),aud
nay a ti bclnBk; u l.ucy Sniiiti, of 1 1 i m ctHJiity
Irun ; aK" b"Ul 'W yearn , Wi,(ltK ii or I K) pou- ill
ft f'vt 1 iu be hitcii no ntukt; c'lur bii k. Tlie
owner ia rHjHiuti to 0011m fix ward, pruva pro
puny auu (my cutu-gtwaa u taw i .rt-ii.
JunelS 3t 8Ur(l mhI J.iI.t of 0. C,
Committed to Jail
"AF Ivldaou ioiiniy, T.un ,Jmri a no
W jro bih, t;ija hta nr.m i HRt,, aiid
halotiifH lo K.chil HihlMWr-r J iiultx U yoltd Hrnl
wmwl, m Wliiumasitt loiinty T tin., about ii yoara o4
etc" ; Wfiht abvtit Lift pmndei a f.Mt liKhw
uir. ; mur on o oi 1 11 Hau l. Tbe owii. r ta re
()imid u eniuo lorward, prove propn iy, and ay
vmibi, w iiiq iw uircLia.
J. M HINT'V,
JunolaVt fr'horlfl and Jai or w i. U
TO ICE CONSUMERS!
Wo are aellmg
ATtCTS Pall i n IN SOCTHKKN H'NH.4; cent
r pound le. man the "No Mi-ni'p 'ty l'eiul.o lur
m-i"l ta in tlie viiuiiile Kull.tms . ou I'lien alrel.
Juua 11 If l.. M. KM I I'll
Exchange and Bapking Office
'lHK unitra kuoJ hv. o,enM aa Oft;.' at Vo 60
1 i'iuKO entet. ( Men lnuiV HnW hnii lnn " to
bt.y and dl K wci.atti.t t..id aud n.itwr, (n- unJit
luir Kotia.aitd s.ovfiiinit nl c.ftiitta. iiilvwiHa m
tntanty prv'uitiy atlettdtiu to
A O. EANKOKH k il
NiwIiTi!., June IS, - i.
Engine and Boilen for Sale.
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1 ao 'flvr f' itte d"M. n t- iul I.I
of m. J ni.iiiL..u, aLi a 'i l"4 of in-n, auiubi
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K asKLT t'9no, per annum
KATKS OF AUVKHTISIMi
( Terr u!se oa ire to omwiiiti A sgrar )
I Square I day 81 00 eaih elililmal meerim 60
1 we' ll, I 00 eai M addilloual sijuare 1 f0
1 14 4 Ml
1 month 8 00
t " 8 00
8 18 00
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One square, one year, $:t0-earb additional aiinare tl 0
written notice must be sivm to take out aud sw p
advertlaemenu of yearly advertisers before the year
spiles, otherwise we shall charge till done.
Me oootract or yearly advert .semimia trill be discon
Unued without previous nutlie to ns, nor will any
marge b made for leaa tbatl one year at In yearly
AdTortlaer xeeer11rifr th tc eon
Ul for will ba charged fur th eiceaa.-t.8i
FRIDAY M0UNING, JULY 4, IBM.
Our correspondciiis must allow ns i
(aks our own time for reading their com
municitions. We have no time to be
read to. It is literally impossible.
We bave no time to transcribe com
munications. We sometime! receive
communications with a scrap of ct'
iential information written on the back
of the manuscript. Of course if we nee
the manuscript wo have to re-writo it,
and this imposes entirely too much labor
oa us. e nave no time for such work.
. Notice to Clu.tlkcr.
The Editor will be greatly obliged t'o
persons making; up clubs for the TJntom if
they will remit to tlio publishers and not
to himself. Communications and sub
scriplions are sometimes mixed tip with
private information in such a manicr as
to cause needless delay and trouble to
all parties. ,
To. rountry ICxrttaBKr.
Our exchange list - has grown enor
mously large, extending over all parts of
the country. It is of course become an
item of considerable expense. We will
bo glad, however, to exchange with those
country exchanges which will give us a
ttw insertions ot our prospectus and a
notice. We doubt not that in a very
abort time we shall send out a much lar
ger sheet than at present. The Nash
Tille Union has become one of tho insti
tutions of civilization, and ranks with tho
liocky Mountains, the Falls of Niagara,
the l'acillc Ocean and the universal Yan
kee nation !
Five of the most notcabla citurns of
Washington are.or havo been, promiuent
ly connected with tho newspaper press,
Col. Seaxok, who has for half a century
labored to make and to sustain the repu
tation of the Knlicmal Intdlt'yeiicer as a high
toned, truly patriotic and correct journal;
Francis 1'. Hlaiii, who was deeper in the
confidence and nearer to the heartof Ak
drkw Jackson than any other man, and
who has aspired to be "the power behind
the throne" of the .Republican party; cul
tiratiog meanwhile his beautiful estate
near this city; John C. Pives, who iaytt
in partnership with Bi.Ain, and who prof
italdy publishes the Conjmiimuil (JUt,
retiring at night to his rural retreat near
Bladensburg; Col. Tetkr Foiick, formerly
publisher of the Xitional Cautt;; but for
some years past entirely absorbed in per
tccting Lis famous collection of books
and historical documents, among which
he lives; and Amom Kkndai.l, once so
famous as a partizan writer and political
iutriguer, now a vencrablo looking old
gentleman, with snow-white locks and
shrunken form, who reside at ' Kendall
Green," iu the environs, wherahe dvotos
tho greater portion of Lis time to a IVaf
and Uuuili Asylum which be has found
ed, and to oilier charitable occupations.
Two of their former co-lalorern, famil
iarly knov.n as "Jok Gales" of the .Vi
fAuhiJ IiiUUigrucer, nd as "Fa m Kit JtiTi u-
ik," of the Uivnn, are dead, regretted by
numerous fiiruua who know their worth.
We are indebted to Hon. UuitAcit May
NAiti) for newspapers, speeches, and valu
able public documents, on various occs
Also, to Hon. D. W. Yoouuikh and
Hon. II. L. Dawj.s, fur speeches.
Tho Evansvillo Journal of .Saturday
1 he wheat rruti m II,ia reo-inri i nrettv
mm ii uai vesieu, autt t lie rrsiui is ea
trenn lf sratifvimr to our termors. .'
wi. ... .i - i ..
bolter wheat crop was, perhaps, never
voiu tisau u to uio uuers ol the sou in
this part of the Stain. The Rras imp
is a i. to very line, and the iiunuaiirim
eti.i oa wen rewarded tor tuetr labor.
c are requested bv tho Slanavers to
say that the l'ic-Nio on the 4in of July
at Manry a liiove, is a select one, and
person is expected to attend but those
who are invited. There Las beva a boat
chartered for tho tte anion. The Kato
Howard is not eapctcd to run, as slat
in yeterday' iisueof lh Uuion.
The N ew York Journal vf Commerce
makes these judicious comments on the
hint thrown out by some English journ
als, that a proposition to mediate will be
made by their Government to the United
States and the Ilebels. No mediation
will be accepted.
Intervention is sometimes claimed by
nations as a right to be exercised. Me
diation is another adair altogether, and
an only be otlered for acceptance. It
amounts to nothing unless accepted or
invited. It must always be between two
lowers, In those cases in which it has
cen exercised heretofore, there have been
generally two definite and established
governments between which tho medi
ating power has come to settle a quarrel
about a nxou question of dillercnce. In
the present case of the United States and
their rebellious subjects, there is a diili
culty which Europeans, not fully appre
ciating the situation ol things with us,
do not properly understand, and which
renders the idea of mcdintvn practical
ly impossible. . llie ditllculty is tins.
Conceding for the purposes of the case
that the Uonfedcracy is sufhcicnllv a
government to bo a party to a question,
the very questions to be decided are of a
class which cannot be decided by a third
party. The will of the people concerned
ought not to bo, and cannot bo overruled
by any such mediation, l or example,
let us take tho case of Tennessee, where
already a strong Union party is found,
and that of Virginia, where a part of the
State is loyal and determined never to
leave the Union. Suppose a mediator to
attempt drawing lino between the
Northern and Southern Confederacy, and
giving Tennessee and Virginia to the
South I Is not a gross injustice done to
the people of those Slates who do not
desire to go with tho secedersl The
American Union has no power, like a
monarchy, to refer to any arbitrators, the
integrity or the Union, or place in the
hands or any power tho right to exscind
a people who do not wish to be exscinded.
The very instant that the United States
Government places in tho hands of a
foreign power the state bond, with per
mission to sever it as that power may see
lit, that instant, the Union is abandoned
by its own act, and the Constitution is
handed over to foreign modification.
Such principle cannot bo recognized in
onr government. We cannot in any man
ner permit the outside world to become
the judge of our mutual Delations as
StaU'Sor as a people. If a question of
interpretation of the Constitution itself
were the subject of dispute, then it might
possibly be arranged that a foreign power
should be accepted as the interpreter, and
all parlies agree to abide by the decision,
it being distinctly understood that the
question was to ba tlecided under the
Constitution and not to the detriment of
that instrument. I'nt to tlecido that the
Constitution itself shall cease to exist, to
place in the hands of a foreign govern
ment the right to separato tho original
thirteen States and leave part of them in
a Union to wliieh they never consented,
and remit another part of them to a Union
which some of their people abhor, is
neither more nor less than bowing down
the glory of America to a foreign judge,
and permitting a stranger to annihilate ut
one blow tho Union and tho Constitution.
The impossibility of accepting such me
diation is plain to Americans, however
possible it may appear to EuroKan
miuds. We must settle our own all'airs
incur own way, and says "hands olf"
New York never agreed to a Union
without Virginia antl the Carolina!.
Maryland will claim the right to rhoosn
for herself if tho Union is to be disnolv
ed, and no one could then deny it. Once
cut the cord, and there are no obligations
A Neeeah View of New Orlebn.
From tha Grenad i .tppcal )
From geutlemen who left New Orleans
aud arrived iu this place, we have late
aud reliable information iu regard to thu
condition of allaiisiu that unhappy city.
Our informants are well known husincMS
men, were present at the capture of the
city, and remained there till an oppor
tunity of escape was ollercd a few days
since, which they hastened to sciio and
lly the tyranny of the blear-eyed mon
ster who has rendered his name a syno
nym fur cowardice, brutality aud cru
elty. Tho Btories which have, b.ien cir
culated in regard to the oppression and
severity of Yankee rule, have not been ex
aggerated. Inlluted with lust for blun
der, and gloating over the proHfcts of
tilling their pockets with the rich spoils
of a conquered rebel city, they entered
New Orleans to llnd the coveted treasures
either removed to points of safely in iho
interior, or lying lu great heaps of
smouldering antics tiKn the desolate
Icroes and along the unfrequented streets.
The piHiple from whom they expected
glad shuuls of Welcome, lat gloomily at
home with closed doors, or wandered
lititlcHsly about, silent and uiiHympa
tbmng spectators of pausing events. Tbu
conquurcis were ballled at every turn.
With all the worst pasxiotis of their coarao
nature iitUmcd, a system of tyranur,
deceit aad ojipressiuu was iuaugttrat-d,
the like of which has no parallel in (he
history of modern warfare. The moat
exemplary citient are arrested and
thrown into prison without cause, per
sons are taken up ou mere suspicion,
charged with being conspirators, tried
by mot k court martial, and condemned
aud executed, private proix-rlr wherever
found is seized and appropriated ia the
use oi the l anhe ollli ers, ladies are in
sulted and treated Willi every indignity
hit h the (icinliili malignity of a brutal
ized soldiery can devise in a word,
nothing is left undone which may add
to the misery and sulb ruij? of the im o
pie. Our informant represents ihe Soldiery
whii h garrison New I irleans as the iunt
ignorant, d graded aud miserable set they
have ever seen. hile tha oQiers lived iu
llie most luxuriant style, ami pead thiir
tiiue iu rcviiliug aud hceutioui enjoy iu. hi,
the men are half fed, badly clothed, siek,
filthy and diAall'ected. Some regiments
which bave been more than a year in the
service have never made the acquaintance
of a paymaster, and it is not an um-otti-mon
thing lo see them begging for bread
tickets of passers by iu the streets. They
have even been known to beg of negroes
by whom they arc regarded as objects of
pity rather than hatred.
Itutler and hisothVern live in a state of
complete isolation. They occupy the St.
Charles Hotel, from which they never ven
ture forth, except under escort of a strong
guard. Since first the threshold of this
once popular establishment was profaned
by tho brutal Uutler, no Southern guest
has entered the St. Charlss. Tho draw
ing rooms no longer ring with the merry
laughter of gay Southern bolls, and thu
long, empty corridors echo only the meas
ured tread of the sentinel who guards the
troubled slumbers of the tyrant. The por
tals of decent society in New Orleans are
closed and hermetically sealed against
the entrance of- Yankeo'ill-breeding, and,
aa if to avenge themselves upon the com
munity, the olllcers indulgo in every kind
of licentious excess without the least re
gard to tho proprieties of life or the
usages of society. Drunken officers msy
bo seen thronging Iho side walks, in front
of tho St. Charles, daily; As ladies no
longer frequent that slreot, it is given up
to quadroons and courtesans, who are the
only female associates of the Lincoln of
ficer. Our informaut has himself seen
high officials in the Yankee army seize and
embrace negro women on the street in
front of Gen. Uutler's headquarters.
The only commissary stores which
were found in New Orleans on its occu
pation by the Yankees, were a lot of con
demned beef. It was this beef utterly
unfit for use which Uutler seized and
distributed to tho "sfarvintr noor." Thia
act of characteristic Yankee benevolence
and charity has been mado the sub ject of
a vast amount of blowing in the Yankee
press, and some of their most enterpris
ing pictorials have illustrated this last
and greatest test of Yankee generosity by
a cnt, in which tho saintly I'icayune is
represented as feeding tho hungry multi
tudes, out of the abundance of Yankee
No better illustration of tho ani'miia of
the North in prosecuting a war of con
quest is to be found, than the fact that
along with every Yapkee army goea a
"mercantile corps," whoso province and
duty seems to be to stand back till the
military have shaken tho trees well, then
stp in and gather thu fruit. l or ex
ample: Duller issued a proclamation for
bidding tho circulation of confederate
money; whereupon tho merchant corps,
of whom' I'icayune's brother is said to be
a prominent member, set about buying up
tho notes at a heavy discount. These
notes were then s.mt oir by agents rep
resenting themselves as truo friends of
the South, to points in tho country, and
invested in sugar, molasses and cotton.
The planters wero ready enough to re
ceive them first, because they had con
fidence in their ultimate redemption; and
secondly, because they knew their crops
would bo confiscated if tliey fell into the
hands of the enemy, In this way a
considerable, quantity of suar and mo
lasses was secured. Hut to the credit of
the planters, be it said, that the prospect
of raising cotton in any but the most
limited quantities, is very poor indeed.
In cxposetl plaees, where Ihe military
failed to destroy tlio staple, the planters
themselves had applied the lurch, and
everywhere could be seen rising in curl
ing wreaths toward heaven, the smoke
of this voluntary oblation upon the altar
The Yankees claim they Mill eel a
thousand bales in the neighborhood of
ltaton Juiiige, but the most authentic in
formation from that quailcr renders it
questionable whether they will be able
to secure a liflh of that number. T here
Is no cotton for the Yankees in Louisi
ana none of tho last crop left none
Onr informants corroborate the report
of the steadfast loyally of the people,
and their irrevocable determination to
resist every attempt of the invaders to
re-establish commercial inlori ourso with
them. A circuiiihlnnce occurred at I'.ayuu
Sara last week, which deserves to bo re
corded to the external credit of the citi
zensof that place. Know ing the scarcity
and high pure of salt at that point, a
Vaukce meridian) shipped iilMI n( ks upon
the steamer Empire I'arieh, a regular coast
packet. The citi.eits heitring of the fai t
in advance of the boat s arrival, collected
at the wharf and refused to allow her to
layd at all, and. she was compelled In re
turn to l'ort Hudson. They preferred
paying fifty cents a pound fur salt to re
ceiving it gratis from the hands of the
despised race who are prosecuting this
war solely for the purpose of securiiiir
the trade of the Mouth.
.tlHMUne and llrldtl Trousseau.
ransC-a-reniHiudenre of the Moulri'-il Hera'd
Another piece of matrimonial fully that
has just figured on the shifting slides of
the mapc lantern of 1'aris life, is the
marriage of a beautiful, but penniless
girl of sixteen, to one of lite richest of the
slock broking nabobs of the Parisian
Ilourse, aged eighty. The octuponariait
bridi groom, with that love of theatrical
filed, so strong ill the French heart,
laid it down, as an indispensable cnudi
lion of tlio alliam a that the sound lady
should wear, during the performance of
tha loan i a; e ceremony, a annple die of
white tui U ton, over a iminlui petticoat,
and no other ornament, of any imt or
kind, the wreath of or;ni,:n Hotter and
white veil, without wlm li no French
woman, from tbe ra'-pii aer to the iu, h
ts, would ever believe herself to lie le
The pretty bride, conici.ted to Ihe
siniplo p.iMii - tarh -ton, but beg tied WHh
tear, lo be a., frd to w ear -it over a
white silk skirt. The mother, sister,
aunts, and tonkins, all joined tin ir en
treaties lo those f the damsel ; but the
old stock-broker was t.bduratr, and
tears and pt)i r failed to aolten hi de
cision, lie had caused a '"" ci, tit for
a J r;-. . ii, to iw prepared lor ins youth
ful bn Jc,aud Lad pur Last -d her a ma.-uif-
iecnt assortment of jewels. But he was ,
determined to secure tho stage effect he
had contrived, and to tigure as a King
Cophrtua raising a beggar girl to the
height of I, is royal dignity, by causing
his bride to be seen at the'm.rinV and she
church, in the very modest toilette ho
had prescribed, as 'an indication of the
poverty out of which ho was to lift her,
and displaying her si (10 banquet antl
ball which were to take place immedi
ately on the conclusion of the double
ceremony, iu a marvelous robe of the
costliest laeo, worn over an underskirt of
the richest satin, covered with diamond
valued at tlii.OOtl, and the accessories of
her toilette in corresponding sty lo. -
The old fellow carried out his vain
glorious programme to tho letter. The
crowd of spectators, attracted to the cer
emony by ths enormous weslth of the
aged bridegroom, antl the beauty of the
young bride, who, it was supposed.
would be arrayed for the occasion w ith a
degree of splendor iu keeping with the
wealth of the former, were dreadfully
disappointed at, tho excessive aimiiHcitv
of her attire and humble toilettes of her
relatives, antl were both candalited at
the shabbiitess of the stockbroker's be
havior, and indignant at finding them
selves thus defrauded of ono of those
gratuitous spectacles which I'ariaintts)
consider as equally their right and de
light. However, as eome scores of invi
ted guests sat down to tho banquet in the
splendid hotel which the stock broker
had tilted up as the scene of hia matrimo
nial felicity, and some thousands of
guests had becu invited to tho ball, the
post-nuptial transformation of the beg
gar girl into the Queen was speedily
britilcd through I'aris j and the laug'li
excited at the whimsical vanity of the
purse-proud bridegroom has gone a good
way toward consoling tho sight-loving
public for tha disappointment created by
tho want of splendor at the wedding.
Important Information fr Holder.
Sl'RK RKMCIir FDR IIIAllKllOKA AN D SIMILAR
It is very important toour soldiers at the
South, that they should know that in one
of tho most common forest trees, they
havo perfectly sure, safe remedy for
every grade of bowel complaint, from ho
most ordinary case of relaxation, tip
through all tho stages of diarrhoea,
bloody-tlux, cholera-morbus, to Asiatic
cholera, in its first stage. I declare Irom
personal experience of many years, that
1 hero is no remedy of equal value, none
Ho safe and immediate in its cflects.
I will relate one Instance. A gentle
man so reduced by bloody-flux, that he
bail to be assisted from his wagon iu to the
house, was entirely cured in one night;
indeed in one hour, for in that time he
was rcleived of all pain, and was in a
gentle sleep, which lasted till morning,
w hen ho pursued his journey.
In almost all sections of the Southern
States there is to be found a largo tree
known as Sweet yum; its true name is
Li'l'tnl Aih1t. It exudes from wounds a
white aromatic gum, and bears a burr
about an inch in diameter, perforated
with cells like honey-comb. Its leaves
are live pointed, and resemble those of
the maple; the bark is rouh and strait
ed, and upon young trees very rough,
and w hat is termed walry.
Tako the inside bark, that of an old
tree is best, antl make a tea of it, of such
strength that it w ill resemble in color,
and somewhat in taste, strong colli, and
let the patient drink from half a pint to
four pints, clear or w ith sugar, and it may
bo taken cold or hot.
It will surely cure the complaint if it
is not absolutely incurable, and its great
value is that it leaves tho bowel in a
healthy condition. I am fully satisfied
that if our soldiers will use this simple
remedy, it w ill save many lives and much
If any doubts this, let him consult any
of the old ui'Rroes, particularly from Mis sissippi
and Louisiana, who know the
valuo of the remedy, and have used It for
sues. So have lint Indians, trom whom
I learned how to lino it iu Iho malarious
forests of Indiana. With it, made aud
administered by an aged squaw, while I
lay utterly prostrate in a wajron, unable
to mount my horse, I was entirely cured
in a lew hours, aud perfectly able to
Iu 1'!2 an acquaintance of mine cured
many cases of Asialio cholera in Cincin
nati!. 1 was myself cured of a severe
attack the samn year, by steeping a
handful of the sweet gum bark in a pint
of water half an hour, which 1 drank
clear, and taken thus it is nut unpalata
ble. To this statement 1 willingly append
my name, and those w ho know me will
believe it. 1 consider it of sin h impor
tance that it should be most extensively
circulated. Il ought to be placed iu the
hands of every Soldier upon Southern
soil. Its truth will be readily vouched
lor by many who know its value, and it
tdiould not be readily forgotten. It will
lint be by those who experience its ben
efits. I am, truly, the soldiers' friend,
S( r. N KOI'.IN.SON.
Nmv Y.UIK, June g, 1HH.
Thu Louisville Ihrmn tut sy:
1 reinoiit has rescued. W never
more fully apjirei lated the virtue if re
signation. , And we were never inure resigned
Wanted Immediately ! ! ! .
i'lantcrs' and Union l'.ank
AII1 Southern funds 7'J
M i.iM.s. I, amii A: Muu itr.ir request u
tossy tint tiny have rvceind a lin-h
supply of Millinery goods, i.nist,ni of
'a'lbboiii, Ilowcts, straw-good eb lb',
which they well a II at lw Mc'or. for a
few days to clear out tln!8t.k. . Tl-cy
aru allowing Moral rubs for Soothe u
fun da and e w ould ad vise uii!liU"'i atid
tin n hanta U c.ll soon at l'i S..ulh J'ublw
Squae, Cai.HOi s'a old stole
June U'J til It .
:. 4 ' -aW. ares, "