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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON rRINTER'3 ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAPERICK STREETS
' NASHVILLE,-TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1802.
77 7'V7 7,!. NO. '7(1 77!
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'gabibson '(Jountj Strcttorg.
CITY 'GOVERN MEN T.
' W il.f.likh tU.i.N'i', Hmrd.
' JOHN CIIOIUI.KV, Jfuntol.
Dilf Vaofc.W. It'. Wl!Vlt,m, A. -5. 'Turlci-r,
and Jtam A. Fiwl.
t"!l f" VorlW JtliD ClimnliUjr, -i(fi'to, flrtt;
Ju U Kjn,cocil ; Hud JuhnT..''-ick, llilnl
Tarn Jimmr Willlm I.'rWfr.
lltrnu fp'lwtw- A. II. bli!iiil
WMAr' fax C'oHc-fr . B (Orriril.
Trunrtr R. Henry.
H'ir Malm TlioaM I.faVr.
fjirlnni'il l A 'uri;M-J. J Ddd.
Arfniiiira j A. M uter J)or Jmn Wyntt,
Ckuf qf On Fin ItrpartmnU John M. Polmry.
m(o rvfryT. II. Mi Tlflil.'
Atm Orrr J.L. fUiwrt.
.1
CITY COUNCIL.
Soar tf AliUrmm M. M. PrioD, TrMlilent ; J. K.
NwmD, 0. A. J. Mr Oald, 0. A. IootoU. S rhml.
hm, 1. C Kmllta, M 0. L. C Uiborno, nd Jit. Robb.
Common Council W, P Jumt, rreii.lsot l WIIIIm
Rnbitru, T. J. Yurbroiigh, Wm. Iirlvw, Win. 8lcwrt,
tnt Hwish, W Mnllloi, JiiinT"rnrr,0. M. Soolh
f, A. J. CI, JM.10Yi, Ali lrw AmleiTOD, J, B.
Knowlit, id Jubu Crcn'lr-
lfAKBlll OUlITTl Of Till OITT OltUC'll. , ,
rmnt 'iwlr, giiTDi nd Cle. ' ,'
H lrf B'AlfcA.Jl'iH'in.r'iulH ud fSallKiri
rtroili,t'irni.r,i-'il!iat,1'ljii'f ,
Bylilr.lll1liil tV.it'rli. . V 5
WKaif NwmD, Suil nd Turner
HoipUal Jiieoi, M)dol't ndl'loan.
ScWi-OtiKathnm, HuyunM nd Know'.rt.
V jfjiorfmml Ormily, lirlvornd Ntwmao.
(,'u Drivor, Chfatham an J PavH. . ,
0Mlry(.nillri,Cli!WartMil Nsbiiiu
MarkH llnuu Roburla, Bleart and Tumor.
Mom-Hoinjh,fllorBnl lurta. ;
Wit-CbU)aat, Utl'Jl asd AndaaoB. - -Hgringt-'
Houpli, f aibcruf and Brlfn.
B'orMotu fhaatuam, MayUildaod Koowtef.
mjirerraraoi K-rfmdUrnCoe, 8cnol and
Oraily.
7VUw Vojwrfj Hr)r n, Cbratbaio and Jamer,
lfKM MnylMil, Joni and KnberMi.
TTli B'rd ol Aldi-rmrn mmw Ilia Turadaya
nexv roi'illnK 11k iprtiuil and Iburtb Thurt"i)ya )l
each (Distil, ,an4 tbf Cunmiyi f"t tf jlli aarolid
and (iiurlh llmrailuya In ouiii mmlli.
NIGHT POLICE. , . , j
Cap(u-Alibn Baufh.
tyrtt tliU(iwl-Wm. Yarlirni(h.
1 SKvni Litultnanl Jolin If. Iiartt. -
r'irrmra Wm Jackson, Juhu t avunJur, Nich Ia
Tla,Jul I'bll'liit, Win. Hiikr, John Cotlrull, WlHlam
lay, Jiba Kngl, J. W. WiiKbt, Ji.hn Purkrlt,
Kobrt 9cult,W. 0. KrmicliTlintUAitliri).i, Andre
... Joyce, .Dmrid Yali a, and Clwr'aa lhilitl. .
. Tbe Tullw Cuurt Is opened rvwry ninrniti( at
bin o'click. ' ' ,
COUNTY OFFICER8.
fihtnf--JmnnM. Ulntuu. DM(m Thomaa IU.b
ton and J. K. Buchanan,
KfUttr I'liliiraa Garrrlt.
Tnult W. Joaimr Tyl r.
CoronmrS. II. Hrlitiar. ,.j ; ;
Rnngr John Corbltt.
Unmii f)llcm-J. O. Mrlloy.
Railroad To CWfrofor W. II ttubrt'.un. '
Comtablt for At A'.i.,i'i ;i.(rirl Jolm I. ftownr
and J. K. Nowman.
COUNTY COURT.
Jtdy lion. Janice 'liitw.)f til.
Clrrik V. Imilalry Nu h il.
-Tlie Judgo'a Court nM tlio flint Moml.iy In
ravb month, ai d Ilia Quarterly Court, conipmi d i f
tli lUtHtratmof thaConuty, la bold Iho 6nt Mon
day in January, April, July and UctiiK-r.
. , CIRCUIT COURT. ,
' - i . , :
JuSji lion. Natlianlrl Buitrr.
Clwk Dald C. tora.
M-Tba Court mecU thr tnt Monday In March
and Spti inbrr.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Jh.Iji Hon. Wllllaia K. Turui r.
Vln -k t'barlaa K. IHgi(ona.
ftar-The Couit meiU Itm Drat Mouitay In April , Au
guat and Pavi.uilii.r.
CHANCERY COURT.
C'aaelr Hon. Puinuel II. Ki Ktbod.
I'brk ami AiuWrr J. K- llrT.
AdrTba Court mm ia llu Hut JI"U.laj iu M.iy uiul
. .Y6aia.b'iv. ! V V
i. o. o. r.
Johx T. HiB,(lraud tfrntiiry, abould bo a IiIi-omoJ
at ftitihuflti., Jmn,
Tmwm I.o.I, Ao. 1 Mof ta livery Tueai'ay Kv
lug, at tbrlr Hall, on Ilia coruar of I'nlnn and Hum-
oiaratrrala. Tlia oHl .ni f'r tho p erant U'im,ar:
T.H. MoKrida, N (i.; O. 8. b-auaur, V Q .; John V,
Hlda, acrUuy ; T. I.. MarnUall, Troaaurar.
IMm f.a.V. A" l-Wrrta Ilia P aca
nary Mouilny Kiruini:. Tin olllrrri art : Hubert
Tliompaon, N .0.; It A. Ciiiibell, V.O.; llonry Ap
ple'cri'tary ; H. K. Itrowu, Treiaurer.
fiii( i..il,'e, JVo Wi-M.i'laat Ih.'lr Hili iiKoulh
t'liertv alrit. frory Jfri lay Mii'ini. TH oill era
are J. P. Kei.ley. Nil; (I. C. Cov.rt, V () j T. II
Uadea, rtecroUry ; W. M. Kullory, Triaturer.
Anrtm A'.i lcS, lOi'tuo io) Moeia kl the
HH. tru iif Onl nod r.nami'i Kreot, arf
nuradv Iv.nluaV affll eraare IU- IiiImII ta.
N u.; W.arlM Kicb.V Q. ; J hn Hothei li h, 'crelaiy
Go. Palferle,Troiuloror.
Kult tNo.uj.'l, Ao I M.-i'laat l!ie above Hall
oa tba Out au.l third W.-iliu'.ly of c. u luotilh.
Tha oln.ra are (I 8. Iaueur, t'.l". ; J. K Mil's. II P ;
T. H. Ncllfld,8 W ; P. It Coleroau J W ; K. 11 Mc
Iw,8ofU.a i It, . c'utur, Tuaauror.
din r(r.H. rr,imr".'r, No 4 Mien at tint
abova Ha1! ihi the ki-coiiil and fourlli WoliiMitlay
bltihu of atcU hhujOi. Tin rs a;T : R. l.
CI.; Jai T IU It. It T , XWwrs A,lo,SW;
tinuin,
I. II
IliUbctx-k. J f .-si ilw ( J N. Wii.l,
r
Treuurr.
ARBJVAL AND DEPAUTUKK OF TRAINS.
Lou.tvi.UJt NtwU liK' R R Tiiu lvr- tv T 4A, A M,
t rr. tl 6 ao, 1 M.
KmuvIH lxtur R Li. Timo kvvi al 00, A.M.
ii arr. t 1 00, t' M
Nfttb riittn,iTw H Tr.ri Uxfit 1 W, A U
Ai f '.
ADAJHa V.IPEla CJMFANf.
UKKMK: N. l, rm.kf Himit
itWLi Uliiu U knJ l-r' tiM u, rt.,'H y
It MtfrnUl Tr-iui ol lln lot. it villi " Na-h
VOidf, ! A ISaiIVUL AhU l'.tilH KiUtuAlaH,
putt, tuvt ii iim At Ui OfloA hyl w'citxk !
1)4 V'idbos CfJpjm" Ii rectory Oot'.ti'mieJ.
( -t-'r -r-- .--f -rt i' ' r "I 'I'" ' '
MII.ITABT ftUARTinS AKD 0IFICEK8.
to Ttadqilartrt on B'fti rtreal.
Urni pirtnrfitt
coiDraandwa!. n ; 1 ' M
A,n.. lIvdiUit.4ra on taaini atrael. , (JJrJ I
I'od'a nwlilenca.) I'apt. Crecn, A. A. U.
trtoott Uerill.it I!.'ai!qnarfi"r 'o fhuroti trt.
(Ftinala AtuKm. .4M. Htanlef JlaWieiea. . i
?! tnUlni QartTnHtrt Jleialqoertra, on
CberryHrwt; Nu. lu, (lu.,ia Caliou'f rr aulince.)
Cait. J. n.ll.i.il.am. ' ' V" ' ' '
IwdMl )urttrmoMrt baKaoaoj a Depot Or, t.
R. FieTnson.
imutanl (jnarlirikiirir-Tina atraat, near Mra.
ruie s roeiuence. a(.i. . i,itnu.
A..i,ianl rvwrrermn.-N,). 8T, Market alrcat-
i a pi. j. ii. lime.
... i ... . .. .. ... ....i.
(ilc riJmmi.Mrji-ri.iedqiuHere, No. 10, Vita t.
Catt. K. atacftejly. . ' '
Cuaimierary tf MttiiHnetBiotA eUeot. Capt. 3.
Lima,
I -Hug Cmmliiarj e Sfi'.(r- t'ornrr of Croud
and Colieg e etr-le i I.leut OiarUa Allea.i
I'flioal Dirtcior .MUBTimar itrect. (Dr. Ford'a old
fjp.leoce ) SurgpoB. . Swlfl.
Vedical Vreeeer'e OJlot Cbieroh atreet, Vlaaonla
Bidldlnf. J. R. Pinna, irgf0n, tth Kenturky Tn-
faairj, Acting Meilkall'iiieeyor,
-I-
AIUUVAX A17I) CEPAKTTJEE 0T MAILS.
tlieru Uail.vla IwuiiTllle, arriree leUy, t.M P.M.
,.. , . Uarea " t.ll .M
Culuiibla.Tla T. k A. B.R. "arriree t.tO P.M.
" " leave " , t.10 A.M.
81fllrrllla, Tla N. k U. ft. R, arrleaa " P.M.
" " " 1 ' . leetrt " 10 00A.M.
auuD, ' f arrlrea , 12.00 M. .
M . .. Ira rea ICOP M.
Mejopli le Mall, lea Tea falty.Tla l.oulirllle and Cairo.
p(lrlT-OFfI(:i3 OPKS BIYOVIl I, IB ANON ABE
Ulierty, Alexandria;
Oordonerllle, HmlthTllle,
Walerlown, . - ' Jenulng't York.
l OST OiriCKS OS LINK OF K. k C, B.R.-
Murfreoeboro,' ' FoalerTlIIa, " "
Jonl.n'e YaUey, or . HbalbTllla,
Qirletlana. Talmetto.
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
in'HjVUssiom tm:uriiANT8,
NO. OOld.EOt BTKIlfT. '
ew NIocK J li at received and for sale
lu w lu rloaei out :uiiaixuuaente.
200
Hole. Malt, lr.alohy
ap a
CONNOR k BKO.
JQQ bole. SALT, for eale by
CONNOR 11RO.
Colli BUI'K, fur eala by
'c'ONNott BRO.
10
Ib'a. fJo'al OIL, lor eale by
CONNOR At UltO.
1 f half blila. Coal 11IL, for aula by
ivy ail B
CONNOR a BRO.
150
dojen BUOoUS.for eileby
ap 8 .
CONNOR A BP.O.
rt f boxaaSUAP, for tale by
UJ ap S
CONNOR A BRO.
boiee TAKOJ, lor aale by
apl
CONNOR A BF0.
It) hMinTb.A, for aale by
le ap 0 r
CONNOR A BR'f
12
baifrheeuTCA, Tor aale by
ap t '...
(XINKOH ftllO.
Ik) vail lea 1 KA, for eale by
ap a
CONNOR A BRO. "
I0
boaea Ya
ap
et POWOKKM, D.r aale by , .
, I UNN11K A KKO.
200;t
u.kka i-ODA, for ile by
a
CONXOR A PRO.
( "kgrot. 1IATC II K.S, for aale by
IvJvJ apj ClNNOR A BRO.
Of boiee 8ii,r CANULfcM, for eale by
J nl . . . CONNOR A BRO,
t)J boiee CoKKKK, for eule by
40 apt '
)v:Nt)R A CO.
bill.. VINKUAH, f xaautiiy
Jl
CONNOR A BRO.
kite SALMON, f r aale by
CONN0B A BRO-
24
kite MACK IJd'.l., for ea!e by
apt
CONNOR A BRO.
r klta HKUrtlNG, for 1
" by
V ap --
) kite HHA1),W aale by
ae
CON NOR A BRO.
CONNOR BRO.
1 ( bble. 'I HOC
fur aeie by
VO apt
H bb'a
CONNOR A BRO.
MACKKKKL. for eiie bv
IV apt
.'CONNOR a BRO.
tbhla. CIlKR,.for auJe by'
apt
IXINNOR A BRO.
l b.'l.'e drl.l HlCRl.NO,
fur e!e by
. a(i 9
CONNOR A B!t0.
I ' boxi llrifd S.M.',eil, lor aale by
IU ani . CONNOR k RHO.
g() kea NAIIJt, for aeie by
CO nor a vmi.
rt bbla Ci iiabul Huuar. for aale be
iJl. apH O1NN0R A BRO.'
1k ifC lMe MKAI., tor eale by
it J ap
CONNOR ISRO..
fOQ bh a KLOLR, for 1
if by
i)NNOK A BKO
4VJ l CONN'O BRO.
awW .fj CONNOR RHO.
Ci i boi.'a frteh tiatdrti St ..!', f.-r e - ie l.y
apt. (X.1VN11K A BHO.
Sbhia Kuieu Kli 1 "for aaie by
ap I
HONNOR A BRO.
t I tlei cue Calivaaacl II A4, llh a ku ge lot ul all
A aorie of tiou.ia, wtitcn we will cliae out low,
our old eUbd, Mo. 6 College alriM l.
apt . U 1L CONNOR A BRO
bll.COL lSiANTS
nmir innn i.ipniv
i i 1 ii
"IIIIT tlfntn of e!tlhi, tUmii.'rt, and oOirr.fi
ftilly CAilod lit tt ta i -me, No. tJl hwiwh-. itr
uiiil B-r, IwtWrS'D Ciitrry artil (tin tur.
lr. C4HKa.AH tu Ait old tviliU4itr4il' BnaHV'iiMi h
aiint! uiidiailiHl ( ruut) tul Dturinir mtcMi
ibr uituiy fuir iw.t, in liva trtim.! M wi I'M
ami, teA iD liirawl taua dan km uulivttid aiti?tt
Vttm 4u ail dtMtatt .of iu lMIUf. Many omisa m4
tbe mteat liiVttrBVl ctiar4 hiv Jsro-iiHy ytcbiawl
U liiai livrrwvrtt loaUiiHl ttf irMtUiriil.
tVuttai y . tHSufidarv , Tvrliarf aud l.rnNitUry J?,
On, trirrrhcM, i aul all iiiMa.M- 41 Uit Mita
ami untiary nrcaiiA, no't t:lli iiti rMttuut iu tuf
A Uii'alc HratMiltvU.it aud fuui'ibvl tatraig
tttouu o( 4li( WiMub, aaitl U dUMtij aria iif lium
U-'vuiioa atttl Hi inantMu. iniiitMliou.
Kvuiy 4jamo uf krduiitii Muttuto, ajjil i4 r1ii.A
PiatHiiui tif lha Kt lum, ait t umi m til taiila,
mn It oi tr '4 Uy a iik otNtr tr juii". If Uijf
ol tt. uiut u.it i uti'i' t l ajht u by lAf. ilL ltla,
lUirc It INrMttatA fa, teja.rr.iftW, (M a tr.tu) nsaiii uaMtvA
a )eie.iiM IN ItMOatnttiy Ulil M'l Utl 4Y I'Ha'tVeM W
atiutcby b ifi.iNuvtafi ainihml itf oi'dFraiidg
'arw-iia at aiiiortaa t ai't'iviiig tit . i a by kUii
(le nbii $ t4-) j-u tltu Hi pl if4i"iii f A-'iy a
atxtjino ti r.ti ( v-itl.iu tu itit nut., ty tdf
tiHtfi'V itUi.Ht, m tin if ajbi inHita
F-4JK. I t'l-tifi .U'lat, tJ.nU av- li a , an I oaliva-t
iii-, . i i'ti L.ia .Li. t lu.m
ltf N H'wlOui , Uel li. ltj t. tva.4li.r4il Of tUr-rkt
rfUnkt., aVet b U.lt Vtt (U IU 1 t. AUMW ) IV T a Wi
V'H UaAAABAtej li.att H 4 a i io t'Uia.
t H on iv.if ii vii i.Ul lu iu kMOfun.; (ill ttma U
ttviti. ja U, a ly
coitinir.ATiox bf mv eqid'opesed
Brr'nri:r,5
Xattiville, Tcnnrsf.ej & nunUvillo, Hub una.
ONLT 22 MILES STAGING.
T t VI . HASIIVILI.K rvKRY MORNINO
lnt b o'cl'Kjk. Arnviim l liullttviil Mama ijnr ii
te )Me. Tla I eluinklni I'ulaakl
ud
)
Athene lluklroiatl, (Icau, it Ala.
14 Passenger 4 Ilorso Coaches.
- r , . , T ,,m.,ni'ir r v
j Abll V ILLlj IV JlUiMbVlLLr
R. It. STAGE LINE.
I hare cominenoed runnloa a dally line of rtaim,
Ixtwmn Kik liner and rtoynol.la tilatioa, .8 niilea
Norm or
Tlia tralna mi rho T. 4 A.
R. R are making dally
tripe from Niwbrillf to.
REYNOLDS STATION, ;
And the trains on the M. C. R. R., making dally
trlpa fr-nn lluulavllln to Klk River. 1'A.aenKerB cab
H-ue NanhTllloate A. M.e making HiniUrrtlla at
1 l. !H.
(.loeo oonnoctlotia made at altlicr end or the road.
' J. l.i: AI(I.i:s, I'roprlelor:
Fnrf irthef Informallm eim iire at theTlcket
Hfll.ia, Jto. 6, Nurtli Uie.ry ritroet, lew nil door from
union. , 1'iiyt Win.
Railroad and Omnibus Ticket
No. . 25, North Ohorry Street,
: (l'frt'RTTI DOOR FROM t'VION). '
IJEItHONil I'.KSIUNIVQ LEAVING TDK OTY BY
I the Hal) Koul.vlll flud It to their lotor.nt to
purctiami their tickvta at tliia office, vliere tickete ran
be hail to all the prluelial cltiua in tba North, Kiutt
and vient by the eliorlcai and moat roliahle route.
Aiao, tnrnuiia receipts can lie t;ivi'u lor all ciueaea
of freight by the qui Jinat and aa k,w raea aa by any
other route.
Any further liioirruation can ho glvvu by calling at
tue ouico
v,v. niAia, .
Orn'l Ticket Ai rrelarbt Airent.
July! d if . .
Committed td Jail'
DaeMeon t ouoty, Jtme 1.1th lHOii a naiiro mall
Wwno aaya III. nam. le AHKAUAMiiarahebaionita.
to Samnf. tki-n wn of ('lieihaiii connly lenn ; ngi
alioiil al or M yeiie old, a 1- in ha alHiilt 14ior 160 Hie ,
6 feel i inrbee hlgb, 001 per color, Karon rlnnk
a' in one li cli lung, email acaredge if il.e Jiatlr above
nii'i. lempie.
1 lie owner la reqneetra to eoim reward, tirore nro-
porty, .nd p-iy char gee, aa tiie law d Irene
J M lILVTIIf,
)une2S 31 : ' PhertlT aud Jailor of f. C.
Committed to Jail
Kho viiri hit name in i wtti f be? uuu
I tt- Th infita W)kr or i.n-v ctunty, T?un.;
Htytnit ltf or lio yrmru cd, weight .limit 160 inititnU,
l'fl lift tnutiuti iu biflhi ; tor b tiVt, tin niiirbk;
'i'hTowntr ! r4iiirntod to come fnrwavid. iruv uro
?unf2 Si Hli(itlnftuaJu..ur. U C.
Committed to Jail
OF liaTldaon ouuaty, Juue ?!t, .oe, a nefro man
who aaya hie name Is AK1IU It ;aud brL uce
Wia C. Soaart of Warren couritv. T,uu..acf't ab ut
46 yeare ; weihe abont 14 or 160 imii'ioe ; 6 U t i
I tucbea big'i ; ooj. bla.'k ; btavy wlti-.kirrt. ,.
Hie ewurr le leiinested to come forwt.nl, prove
property, and -pay charge; ai tbe law direct.
...... J M.HLNftlN,
)une2A t - Cherlfl and Jailor of II. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davidaoa ooiiuty, June i I. IH.., a ne'ro Ihit.
alio aaya hia name ia Al.X, BuJ Lelouga t. V tu
Wci;rej.pi.r of VI t aoti ro. ; ere y ra ol-l ; r ihe aUul
too or 106 poun.ie ; 6 feel A iiiohe hih coor b k ;
-aron .s-ord unner on leii hand.
Ilia uwuar le reitieatfd to rome f.'rward, prove
property, and paychergee, u the lawdtreelK.
J, Id. III.N II. X,
Jgcer2'?,nt Bheriff and Jailor ef ll. 11.
Committed to Jail '
OF Davideiii county, June 18t4, a nero man,
who auyahie naini. la 1'AMh.l.) eiye he betouvca to
Mra. I.nr.iuka C. Ilrnwu of M .nry coauty , niMr St .1 It m
111 1 T.n. .... ........ ..1 ... : . .
or ISO poiioue 1 6 lee I ii iiojiea blili, email acar la
cantra foribeaVl. .
Tba owner la reoneeted to r.ome forward. prora pro
perty,audpay chaigee.aa the tawdiiecte.
i M 111 NTIIN,
JuneJO SI mierlffand Jailor of l. O.
Committed to JaiT
OF lavtilMin county, Tenn., Jjna 10, ICfJ'?, a regro
girl, who eaye torn n.me 1a JoANN'a.aud lielmiia
to R. belt Wllllaiiie, of Kranklin, K.y., ag abeiit 17
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other dail nenipapcr that hat been
published hore for years. " ' ' '
'. It is tha ojjicial ntxospaper of 11 United
SUitetttx Tenef. ' " ', . " "
It it the ofilcial newspaper of Vie Slate of
leiinc-w'ee. , ' '," ".
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Department fxiutJi, dint luet' than arty o(7ier
paper,- 1 ... .'. - .
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Military lleadiptartrrra, which 110 other
paper here has.' . . ' '
WEDNESDAY 1! Oil NINO JULY 9, 1862.
fa " " . . , ."'
Tratliiiony of Jnmei .natliaon oa
stntc overntf iily. ,
W'e find iu tlie Cincinnati VazeUt, the
rullowinp; extract front Yate'a Minntra
of the Convention thai fonui'd tlic Fed
eral ConHtitud'on: . . , . . ,
Mr. Madison "There it a gradation
tif power in alt torietica, from Iho lowest
crtrjioration to the bi?het onvorrin.
7he State titnier ptusstsied the tssiVtial right
of eovereigivty. Tiics are always .vetted
in CoDtrrcrii..- .Tbeir votinp; as State in
t'lipgresa it no evidonoe of sovereignty.
Tho tState of Maryland votod by cuun
ties: did this make the couatiet sover
eign? The states at present art only
great corpuralions, havin tlio powera of
nukiiiB by-laws, anil tliesu are only ef
footual when not uontratlictory to the
Ueneral Lonruderatiuut. ,:..
Thi declaration from Marison, who
it called lhe Fatln-r of the Federal Con
stitution's a rcfal. it iim of all the laincr
ahle tophititry preached by .Soul hern
Uijhtu and States'. Righta politicians.
rerrlble Italtlvs nf 'I'litf rad' aud
, trltl.tr.
Srclal 'orrospoiMlenoc of the I'hiiiJolpli.a In.ju rer.
Akky ok tub I'otoxao, July 1,
The enemy made, their advance on our
right, and were, observed by our pickets
about ten A. M. on the illith 'nit. For
muie day previous Romo little prepara
tions were made for their proper iVcep-
tion, but not Hullicieut lo resntt a heavy
force, as it was believed that tho policy
of the rebel would not permit them to
weaken other points iullieienlly to enuiin
per them. But the fact is now too appa
rent that heavy reinforcement having
reached them by the arrival of .".Stone
wall. Jachton and hit entire, command,
it became a matter of necessity that
fight must be had, or a brief period would
tulliee to eirectuaily compicr tho whole
rebel army by starvation.
At the time of the attack our forces
on the right wee apportioned at fillows:
the l'.:ghtu llliuoii t avalry, 4nuierCol.
Farnswtirlh, lix companies of the litirk
tail liihYs, and tlve romanira. of the
l'ennsy Ivan it Heaerreg. Our envulry first
announced the approach of the enemy.
and. three companies of Kttcktaiis, nnder
command of Major, .Mono, marched out
about two milts on the Old Hanover
road.
ranting Into dense woods tlwy at
length discovered a heavy force of the
rel.el drawn up in lino of battle on an
open field byond. They advanced to
the f ila or the w ootid and bred two vol
leys with very fatal effect, and then en
deavored to retire While dointr this
about fifteen hundred cavalry eut off
Company K. and took them nriioners,
Major fctono then said ''boys, alull we be
taken prisoner or filial J "Kinht 1" all
said, so an order w ftiven lo "charge,"
and the I'.usktaiU went down upon them,
forcing; themselves completely through
the line and getting into tho wood be
yond.
About tld time fourpiecct of F.aston't
isaltery eamo out on the road aud coin
menced thiinr so rapidly and dettruct
ivoly that the road wat strewn with re
bt l dead for one and a half mile, that
distance being lined wilh trootit. Heavy
luasfH-tof troopa now began to pour out
01 metiiuona un our men look a position
iM-jiinu tneir enirem timents. at .Mechan
ictville, and bore they maintained their
grounu, beating otj t aeh at U uipl of ovcr-
wneuuitig nuiuUers to Hank. them.
Until Kl o'clock at niuht the cannon
ading was at rapid and effective a any
we have ever heard. Finally the thunder
ceaaed for the night aud all adept wilh
arm in Jiabu, prrpareil to Ik (iIii at break
of day should the liebel still aceru de-
a I rou to advauov Farly in the uiornmg,
coutrary to Reiietal ctalion, order
were n reived, tor our advance to fall Lack
below Meuhanirsville. A suliae.pietit or
dur tg regain tho Hist poaiWon wa re
ceived, but tli liobet bad taken precau
tion lo plant a balttry In lhe buahe by
tlie roadside, and every attempt to jt at
it wat sucresifully defeated: Companies
I) and F are Udieved to have got away
from the enemy after having ben out
ranked, and made for the ramtinkry.
Adjutant llarlhlioroe wat wounded in the
head and was left with the enemy at
avago's Station. ',(,'
, Ftan'a Batlrry brhavd jvbly, nd
rained its iron hail opuii the foo w ittt ii.;lt
vigor that lhey could not advauce, until,
by sujerior force, they got a position to
tbe right and swept the ditches length
wise. Our boys could not stand grape
and canister administered in such
sweeping manner, ami they were finally
obliged to get out of them and retire for
tho night.
. THE HKC0NU DAV,
Hiding ptst Oencral McClcllan's head
quarters, we approached the road leading
to the Middle bridge, over which Hlocum't
llivisinn wa jmit passing. The Sixteenth
New lork lifgiim.-nt was tlieone that
particularly attracted our attention, and
one that identified the division, fj-om the
fact that all tbe soldier of the regiment
wore straw hats. .
Previous to this, however we made a
tour of our lines, extending from the
railroad northward,' and including the
divisions of Ilichardson, Franklin and
(Smith. A long line of aba'tls separated
tho troops of Smith's Division from the
dense woodt rangd in frorit of them, in
which a heavy picket wat stationed, pa
tiently waiting the approach of the Uebet
troops, who were momentarily expected
to make an attack .upon onr lines. Be
hind this abattia was concealed a large
force of soldiers, Who, with musket in
hand, awaited tho signal that 'should
cause them to pour a volley of shott into
the woodt beyond. Captain Mott, with
tis battery drawn np to the line of the
abattis, was ready to welcome the Rebels'
approach, and all teemed prepared for
the oming battle. .
, To the right of Moll's Battery, and at
the exterior right end of Htnith't line,
were planted four powerful siege guns,
with which onr cannoniers were engaged
in shelling out the .Rebels who wero con
grcgaged npon Ir.' Uaine't farm, some
two-and-a-hnlf miles beyond. This
lire wn aided by smaller one from
eight field pieces in the fortification im
mediately to the left, and so precise was
the range of the guns that almost at the
first fire the itebel forces fell some dis
tinct! beyond the house, the sheila falling
and exploding directly in front of them.
Thit liring was kept up for over an hour,
while at the same lime there w n an oc
casional discharge of cannon from tho
fortifications of KiehanUon, on the rail
road. ' Cy degrees tbe firing at this iir,t
ceased when we started over to the right.
Leaving Sloenrn's division on the left,
we journeyed on ward a lo Sumner's
llridge, which was guarded at the rower
end by s few cavalry. The firing at this
time, from' musketry and artillery, wat
almost deafening, and although unac
quainted with the topography of the
country, St was not a difficult matter to
identify the localitm of the battle-Held.
As we gained the lull-top for , the 11 rat
time, we were afforded a view of the
death- secnes that were being enacted
around ut, for to our left stood Adamn
house, tho grounds encircling which
were covered with the dead and wound
ed, while scores of other were fast lieing
added to tho number by tho numerous
ambulances plying between this point
and the battie ground. . Upon the road
beyond numbers of wounded soldiers of
the l'jttli .New lork Kegiraent t.oiiaves),
with bleeding wounds and torn garments,
were hastening outsido tho reach of bul
lets to the hospital named.
' Some of these hobbled along alont and
untitled, ' while others were brought in
upon stretcher, or supported by clasping
their arms around the neck and should
ers of their comrades. There were all
manner of wounds to bo met wilh. Some
frightfully hideout onct of tha face, toino
of the head, and others of the limbs. A
fragmeifl of shell had almost torn
away an arm from its socket, whilst a
bullet ha l destroyod the light of an eye
forever. . Upon stretchers there were
ghastly looking countenances, that too
truly told how speedily death bad claim
ed its victim. Yet for all this suffering,
hardly a murmur greeted our earn as we
patted along the road, r.ven in tho ag
onies of death, there was naught to de
note pain, save the rolling of tbe ey
and tho convulcive twitching of the
fratno. Like soldiers they bore their
wounds, end liko soldiers they forbore to
ppeak of them. '
Tho immediate ground of the battle
wa closest hand. Right in front of nt,
and about equi-distaut between the two
sub wings of the right, was a dentt
wood, approtrhed by a narrow lane,
which led down a declivity into the
woods, where the tiring was the thick
est. To the right of the path stood a
Hiua.ll log-house, and ia the rear of it
structure of similar size, which appa
rently served tho purposu of ft grauary.
Behind these two house ft force of troop
wa potted, wailing the signal tu pour
into the woodt beyond. On tbe hill top
iu the rear of them, tliousanda of troop
were drawn up in lint of battle, aud
their nimbert were conttantly aug
mented by the addition of others.
Upon our right and iu the rear wat
planted several batteriet, all of which
were enured in throwing tliot and thell
into the bends towards which the Kebel
wera approaching. On the brow of the
hill lo lhe left, extending from thence to
a tniall road lo the left, 'uie on hun
dred 7rd distant, wery, ranged the
batUries-of Totters Livieiou Whe.
don', Allen', Martiu't and (ii!!iu't
teveral of whieh gun on th ri)4ht were
iu action. Tbi constituted the Ural line
of defence in the rear of the troopt al
ready iu action. J kin nd tin wat tta
Uiuied heavy retervt force.
In thi ravine, at we have befor elat
ed, the tiring wa mt terrific, litgi
nu nt alter regiment wa man lied in lo
the tupporl of those trooi who bad
preceded tin in, a:id to rapidly, too, that
the naiuea of neither regiment nor bri
gade could La ae. el tamed. The attack
had been received by tha l it lb Nw
Yurk It.giturnt. Then followed Mar-
tibdale'i Brigade, nd after thi., in (juick:
tuceestionv ButterfJeld on tilt i i? l.t, and
Or i Che's Brigade as t support, into the
woodt went the noldiers. only (almost
at rapidly) to fall brne.lh the deadly
tire ci me itetiel roe.
Already tbe dead and wounded on the i
tida of the enemy was rontd by nun- 1
areas, . lieueaU. tiie uteady tue of onr i
toltliert the ; liebels ditarrared like
wheat before the scythe nf th mower,
ad friend and foe fell headbutt? togeth
er in ft bloody embrace.. . The toldiert of
Aican: leunsyivanift Heaerve Corp
were then called to the suuoort of our
gallant troops on ur left, th ranks of
Whom wera already . aadlv decimlrl.
and into, tbe fight, wilh a prolonged
cheor, they went; crack! crack 1 crack I
bang! bang! bang I rattle! rattle 1 rattle!
went the muskets, aud hardly a tecoud
had elapocd before tho fonns of a dozen
or moro of thctc noble patriots of the
old Keystone' wrre brought out into the,
open livid, souiu of thorn only to close
their eyet iu death, and othert to go
crippled the remainder of their dayt.
' Abut regiment after regiment of thit
ttme division went tat the light, and
bravely coutetted theirround. tinlil tlW
could no longer hold out againtl the su
perior oppoting force of the enemy. Then
ftrno the troopt of Slocum't Division,
and these being thrown into the woods.
tne light wat again renewed with m-
cretsed ardor.
All tlus lime fighting' of ft terrible
character had been .progressing On the
right and left wings, at we have already
stated, a portion of McCall't troops, to
gether with those of Morrcll, Were en
gaged; while on the right tha regular in
fantry, nnder command of General Hyket
(in whoso Bomber were alto included
tbe Fifth New York Regiment),,, together
with (Jen era I Cook's Cavalry, tuBtained
some severe fighting. At both of ' these
pom It the lost On either side wat very
heavy, tht fighting ou the left being car
ried on in an open plain, and the expo
sure, . of troopt, on either lido, being
necettarily very great. !
i Two tiourt bad now olantod tince wa
first entered tho fluid,. and yet tht dis-'
charge of musketry ,wat as rapid and in
tense at when it first commenced. Up to
the honr of four o'clock our lust, in com
parison with - sflbscquent results, had
been comparatively small, but between
this hour and five o'clock our ranks were
speedily decimated.. Up to tlte hour
when reinforcements arrived, not over
twenty-live tho'inand troopt hid been
engaged on our tide, while the ltchel
fore wat estimated at from itiwity-fiM
i-i exqlilM thousand men. Iingade after
brigade wat thrown into tb tight by
them, tho opposing column, in many iu
stances, being seven or eight lines
deep.
It toon bccinio apparent that the Bebelt
wcrt being strongly reinforced from
Richmond, and that the main body of
their army bad been thrown upon our
right wing. Notwithstanding thit fact
our troopt ttood their ground manfully,
never flinching the lire of the musketry
on all tides, though possessed of the
knowledge that to stand before tho foe
Wt iuHtant death.
Thus the battle waged until the tun
wat nish setting in the western horizon.
Upon tli batllo-lleld lay great pile of
tletd men t bod let, while now and then
the movement of a hand or leg of tome
struggling being benetlh told that life
wat not yet extinct, and that duath and
lift were there waging ft fierce combat.
The musketry, still reverberated
throueli the valley, and the lively lire of
Napoleona" and "FarrotU" coufdnot of
tbcmiclvet drown the sharp report of
the Minnie weapon. Our hospitals in the
vicinity were filled with wounded and
dying,, toldiert, and the roadt leading
to them were crowded by maimed sol
diert, in uueeit of medical aid. At yet
we had held our ground, although against
a far superior Rebel force, but now there
wat ft wavaring ou the lull column, and
soon hundreds of toldiert fell back in tbe
direction where wo ttood, only to be f.d
lowed by numbers of tbeir comrade,
who tired, exhausted aud bleeding,
sought refuge in the country behind.
Ho soon aa it was percoivad that tht
Rebels were endeavoring to turn our left
flank, tho gnni of 1'orter t Division itn
mediately opeuod ft terrillo fire, before
which the advancing toe fell by the hun
dred!. -Nothing daunted, however, and
yelling like demons, onward they pies
up 10 the cannon t nioutn, uulil the can
notiiurs, terror-stricken, desert their post,
and cutting the traros of thair horse
some of them mount the beast t and ride
to the rear. Then the alarm, becomes
geueral, and thousand of our brave but
overMwered (oldiem fall back to their
tecond line of defences at Adauie houae
Juitthen, at Meagber't and 1 rent li t
Brigade! wero advancing up the hill to
repel the advance of the Kebel foe, wilh
colon nyiilgi and thuuttof triumph ring
ing out upon tht tir, sharp blow upon
the knee ctused ut to turn iu onr ttddle.
"Bower, did you get that Lull?" ftaked
our friend Iteming, who rod, at our tide
"liven to," we answered, wincing with
pain,
"Let ut retire in order," wat the
tpotile; and wa retired.
. Uciiiarha
It will be tome dayt, no doubt, before
niuch reliable information can be obtain
d with reference to those of our killed
and wounded, on account of tht killtd
having been left on the battle-field, at
well ts a great many of thos who were
badly wounded during the enpage tneiit
of tht lecotul day. t'onsiderable attivi
ty having been shown in tending the
wounded down the railway to White
House Landing, at fast they cauie
from tht IlelJ, uutil tbt Kebel interrupt
td that meant of communication, the
names of all those will havt beon given
to I lie public, undoubtedly, before thi
ran reach thr:n.
At tha cloaof the last day' battl
General Mi-t'lrllan having d. en.ed it pru
dent to hang hi iKisition some lie I
orders wi re tamed that all tliasl hlly
wounded, who could take rata oi thru
tclves, should rrucrud, on foot, 'jd total
their way, In advance, toward a niatked
locality, whi. lt waa designated' by the '
ilijor General Commanding at tin poi- ' '
tion he should amiu th coming day. "
Saturday cam, and tbt lint in frcnt w a
untistiitliy tree from canntintding, picket ,
tiring, anil skirmishing, w hieh. was gen- '
ertily indulged in m:rr or less each dafi
Dio Relit-! Mufti nr no dfmbt yncetvin mi.i
proper boril, and it wn tv tad thought, , ,
indeed, that no friendly hand wis near
to perform, this last at t' of bamanilv for' '
our dead, or administer to the tullei Ins '"'
of the brave men Whose efforts for that i i
day had been to illy repaid.. V ' u
lhe enemy kept ui a tteady tire, but .
without doing material damage, and, it
W had no infantry to bind and hold the
earthwork! after clearing them, it term
ed of little ute to waste time and pow
di on them. Several attempt! wero
made by lhe different boats to get up the
erpest channel, heir enough to fire th "'
bridge, but they proved ineffectual, and, "i
besidctthat, when tha Island Bella waa , .
engaged in tht feasibility of passing up :
l lie bridge, site grounded, and all atteuipta
o relieve ner were unavailing.
,The ynemy toon obi erred her condl-.'i-1
tion, and having . brought tbtie guna to. ij
bear on her, commenced rapid fir upouiiMi
ir, Alt fetsihle meant having been an-
licd to remove her, but in vain, she Wat '
Ired, and the necessary ouaiitity P
powder placed whore its .igniiion would., a
insure the complete destruction of, (he j
vessel. , In short time she was beyond .
utility-,' and tho crewt of the balance of""
the vestelt having fired ft coal Held and'
ft large depot building, returned into.th...' i
Jtmcat iver. , Tho Island BeUt wat quits
favorite little boat, and was well known
last Season at doing good service tihtlit ' '
l'otoinac.' Her arntantrnt Wat light, as
itumal wilh veitell of hen tilt, arry u
ng about ooe oJ-pouudqr and s ootiple of i
howitxers. . . ; 1 i
AlTACal OH, AfOJJDAV--t He! RKUU.! ROUTa'a , ,
The Captain, of, the Jacob Dell tub-, .
itantiatea tlte report that the Rebela ',
tried to press in betweeri General MeCIcl- '
lan'i left' and James river on Monday1"
afternoon,, but tht gunboatt hariug fadt
them out in tho timber, opened heavy,
lire on them, which being joined in by ,
tbe infantry, routed the Rebels'' wilu" '
great lots. ' '
TUB KUMI1RR Or OUNS I.OHT.
In the disturbed slat of the camps
after the battle, it wa dillit ult to fiud
any two who would agree ibout tht Va
rious itemt of newt floating around. '"Ac-" '
cordingly there havt been various errors, e
put aUoat which will not bear investiga
tion. It has been atuted that General
1'orter lost all his batteries, but that it
not tho case. Bet-hap there were some
twenty guns obtained from us, and not
more. -'.; A . .... .
Captain Eat ton (who wat killed) lout :
hit battery, white Dehart, Kerns and
other lost several gun each.
Whila the Eighth IVnnsylvanla C'aVal-' '
ry were icon ting about th country be-o
tween Savago'a Station and, tho, nearest .,
point thfcnco to the Janiei river, last Sun-
day, they fell in with a North Carolina"
cavalry regiment, and, after a brief tkir- "
mish, tucceeded in killing several, wound
ing quite number, aud taking thirty
prisoners. ... .
AN KXrr.DITIoN VP TUB APPOMATTOX RlVl ft.'
i
Last Saturday, tho Monitor and Island
Belle, Stepping Stone, and one or two
other gunboats, went ft short distance up
the Appomattox, in ordw to ascertain
tht probabilities attending an ell or t to,
deNtmy thertUroad bridge at Betershutij. m
The Rebelt were well prepared with bat
teriet to defend th approachet to the "
ciiy by either channel ; but ft thort and''
thorough cannonading oompcllejd thuu to I
beat a retreat and leave, tlttlf woilt,
They were supported by tome 5,t)t0 in
fantry, who were tcattered about so at
to do a much damage at poatible by'
picking off the gunners, or anybody wh. .
chanced to afford them an opportunity.
SKIKMlKIl KKAR MORNINII ScN, Tf.NN
liifoiuialiuii reached military headiuar-
ten in Mempliit of skirmish which or-'
out red on Tilestlay near Morning Sun, on
the 11 aeon road, between ft bo!y of Fed
eral infantry, taid to be 10, couiiuauded
by Col. Munger, of the &7th Ohio, w hitli'
had been guarding a wagon train of Gen. .
Sherman's divison, and body of Coiifed- .
erato cavalry. The Federal account is
iu effect that the Confederals, tupjioted
to be 500 in number,' in ide tht attack,
and were repulsed with ft lottof twenty-
nine killed, v. on tided ' and prisoners, '
while tht Fedi-ral lost wat foilr Wound- ''
ed; also that six w axon, whose! mules'
hud laiiip.ided, weie Captured by I lie 1
Confederate!. ' "
The telling rate of Gold wat advauced
to 13 per cent premium on Saturday.
Ii:inil!e Journal.
I Pinlc Rax.ttTioa -No !M J .
A RtsOl.r I I'll Ui aullionae the Pr..llat a., a.-.
ilKM the i'iun.an.t of tl.M-ie la tlie aaaie tl-ld m
detriment to i.lh.era of the seme graoe wnu .ol
r'iKard h. eet.lonly. .
-.1 !. IK h-,.u a... ' erria..li.. ef"
rte 1 ai, e Ammt.it M Cewne aaewk.1,
that wliai evei military op..falona "' i..uii the
pte-ea. eof two or oilueea .d nu. .oi ji,l.,t
Uie eame flwld or l. rlm.-ul . Hmi Pi ee.,ln
ei(ll Hie r.liimalid .! Hie li.r.ee III an'h t.dd ..f
pillii.it Million! reeerd to senior It y wf laaa.
Al'I'I'A.'l. Apiii 4, lea.
f Pi in I. ft r..i t i n N . 1
Inivr IU....II I I lir ii-i-rii.n in. i u.e I :.i n-4
roU-. out t.i i. ' ..,rele Wllo, eloroine pr.l.l
ry -.id t... any fttau a. in. h M.ey auoi'l ti.e are l..ul .
nt...,!;.l'iiiei.t .l aia.rry.
H u .m. If fe A-.e nnd Hon tj krp.nmt '
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li. M.I. .'ii I. k.My a.l.'1't sta.l.ii alM.n.i.n.ei'1 of
.l.e'y icl.u.a le e.e Ii Male pe.ui.tary eel.
fi..1 l.y an. I. Male lu It .Itw letli.ii, to roeleel
f..r llit. III. "nr.'lil. lne, public ,.ud pll ale, p, odui I
tiy ait. h . I. aji .re ol ayMui
App'.v... A,..I 1', Iv l.
fl'i at r- Ha..i i ,(.,. No l;
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the Nmv v to te-l li.. aud ii.Atilie f.r eeiol-. ti.e,
a'H(4 .ul lli.at.i.tf t-l.erie.. ia . ic !- a ''le- 1
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