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rUBIISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rilJNTERS. OFFICE 0 HUNTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEMCK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY JULY 25, 1862.
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DHL. I 1 530 11 fl Bi 3 , L 1 , K, & i 331 P.-a H 4
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JOHN IIIJUH KM ITU, M.tpnr.
WII.U4M HUNK, Bmordtr.
JOHN CHUM alXY, Manhul.
lupxly NanhaUYl II Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker,
and Jioim A. Hlatla.
(Marts oflh Maria Julia Chumbley ,a.oikio, first;
Jul. 1.. Ryo,acood ; and John Redillck, llilrd.
Tom A kmot William Orlver.
Kmm CoUtetork. B. Htianklsntl.
Waler Tux Colltclor B. B. OarrflU.
Trraturm It. Henry.
Wharf hltxMrr Thuoaa Leake.
Huprri)m.lntt of Iht WarUvmm J. Q P "Id.
,Vim'iiHlm of Iht WuUr H'erat James Wyatt.
( la. (( If F lxVartmmt-iihn M. Hcaliury.
A'Mtoa o tfis 0(er-T. H. Mrid.
Mrwl 0mmr-i. L. Stewart.
(My tr.riicy John Mcl'tiall Smith.
Hour J (WrrniMt M. M. Brlen, Pr-idnt j J. K.
Newman, 0. A. 1. Maylleld, H.. bcvtel, Wdj. t UwaU
hum, J ('. tfmltb, M 0.1. tlnlborno, and J. Kobb.
Common C'vowiil W . P. Jun.f, 1'rMidant William
lU'b'iila, T. J. Varbrooiih, Win. irlvr, Wm. Stewart,
fill ninli,W. Mulll,Jaiu Turuef.O. U. Houlb.
KaW, A. J. Cole, Jan. PavU, Andraw Auderaun, J. B.
Xliuwk'i, a'ld iobn Croady.
irAXWIK) (DUMITTKW llf TH1 OITt OOUIIPIL.
fiwinM Knowlra, Soovd and Cola.
(Vator Iforfa-Auderacin.Pmllh aud Claiborne.
Myllld, Cbeatkun and Claiborne. ,
Wharf Newman, Jftawatt and Turnor. v r
. tlavitul Jotox, MayfleM andSloau. ; Kj j
ftkaofi-Chmtham, Mayfl'ld and Knowlaa.
firt Vn,rint Crraily, nrlrer aud Nawnian.
,'ii lirir,t'lieaibam aud Diiyia. ,
(ViMlrry I'mltb, Ktiwarl aud Nnman.
M.irM i7oi Roberta, Slawart and Turner.
Ham Hounh, Calbarna and Davla. i
J,ol.CbaVham,Brl ard Andoraon . - I
rino. HDU((h, C;abrn and BrKU.
B'orHoHM thantliam, Maylli'ld and Knowlei. '
Imjirmtmmlt oJ IVamdiWrat Cola, Soorol and
pubtic JiptrlyKrta, Cheatham and Turner,
'nl JUotue MajlK'lil, Jour and Roberta.
-Tbo Hoard l Aldernw mfeU tha Tueadaya
neii preceding tbo ocond and fourth Thtimlaye In
each uoutb, and Hie Common Council the tiuood
and lourth Thuradaya lu each monlh.
( ',i),luin John Baugli. , , i
tint Litvtmant Wm. Yarbrough. i
jgeooml l.iculimanl John H DiTli. !
P.iliwmrtiWin. Jackson, John farooder, Nlcb !)
rli.Joel I'hilMi, Wm. Bnknr, John Cuttr.dl, Wlllliun
Mayo, John Knulea, 1. W. Wright, Juha l'uckett,
Hubert Soott, . C. Kruncli, TtiomiU Crancla, Andrew
Joyoe, DmiU Yatea, aud Cbarlei Hu'itt.
aT Tbe Poiloa Court ia opened every niorulug at
COUNTY 0FFICER8. '
' HhtrUr Jami M. Hlnton. JJennliea Thomaa Hob
kou uud J. K. Buchanan.
Remitter Phlueaa Oarrcll.
Ti-untf W. Jafimr Taylor.
Cteroaer N. n. Bclche".
Hunger John Corbitt.
lincnut Collider 1 (i. llrll. y.
Aciilroiid To ColUolor W. I). Robertson.
VmiU.M- fxir Ik AW" 'IU Dt't ict John I). Oow or
and J. K. Newman.
JuJua llou. Jeiuua Wliitwjrth.
C7i I'. LlndFley Mcbol.
0- The Judaii'a Court huh ts the drat Monday In
enuh iiii'fith.and (he Quarterly Court, compoa d of
the MatilelraUHof the County, li held tho Orjt Mon
day In January, April, July and October.
JuJye Uoii. Nathauicl Baxter.
CUrk iiavid C. lore.
-Tlo) Court meeta the ttn-t Monday lu March
Juloe Huu. William K. Turner,
tier Cbrl E. iiiggona.
-Tli Court uioeU the llr.t Munday In April Ail
gnat and Peoi'tubor.
CAuMci'Kor llim. Samuel I. IVIercon.
CT' "'f Hair J. k. Rleatea.
aT The Court nievta the llret Monday in Sl.iy and
I. 0. 0. F.
.In Hi . Iliaa, Uraud Soereliiry, ahould be aMrckcd
at A'oiaailb, IVmi.
7Vihm0 i,oi, iVu. 1 Mectri every Tuetnlay Kveu
li.fr, ut lluir tlall,uu the Coruer of Union aud Sum
mer elreela. The ottlwa for tbe preneiit lerm,uru:
O. H, Li-meiir, Nil; J. k'. Mills, V 0J. I,. Wimk'ey,
IViHt'lary ; L K Hpain, Trenaiirer.
TVal f.iMl,, A'o. l(),Meet at the ayiie puce
every Uuuduy Kveulog. The olllceri are i It. A.
(nmuhrll, N.tj ; Henry Apple, V.O.; "
Secretary ; II. F. Fln.wu, Treaaurer.
t;: Lwliir, Ko. 90 Me.'U at lln ir iUll.ou Soulh
(berry atrial, every Fililay lueuiu,. Tbo ollliere
aie : o. C. Covert, N 0.; frank Human, V (1 ; Jamea
Watl,S,orelary ; W. M Mallury, TrtuBurer.
Aateiti J.wloe, A'e. It, (Herman) - ilei'ta at the
Hall, corner or I' nl on and Summer trccU, every
rbureduy Kv.nlug. The offliwri are : Cliarln Rich,
NO.; I'. Krirdiuai, V.tl.j Hill, rlli-h, Socrotury;
(iiK. Heirerle, Troumror.
Rudely KmxiKjiiMai, A. at the above Hall
on the drat and third Wedneailaya of each, lumilh.
Tbe oili.era are: J. K. Mdla, CI'.; T. H. MoBrldo, H I'-1
I!, r Fuller, H.W.; l .ici Harrn, Jr , J W ; J.4ih V.
Utile, Scribe , 11. It. Cutler, Trcaeiircr.
tViie M'aa.A .Vaeunijiu, A'i'. 4-Mieli at tlie
ahoe Ha'l on the acoond aud Imirlb Wedurtday
uihl of earh nionlli. The omoert are : Jua. T lleli.
CP.; Henry Apple, II P ; I.. M,.ker, 8 W.; B lm-1-man,
J W. Itiain Kircher, Scribe; J N. Ward,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
Louisville a. Naabville R R. Tiaiu leaves at 7 4.1, A.M.
" " ' ' arr. at 6.;to, P.M.
Nuahville k Ikvatur R K. Trulu I. ave at 6 00, A M.
' " " " arr. at 100, P.M.
Ni: !: 'v. 't'-'.'.ano. g R R, Tislu leaves at 10 00, A M.
" " at r,,P.M.
, ADAMS EXTRKSS COMPANY.
Ulrti'lC Ne ti,!,,,,, tjTavar
Prratiui wUhlng to scud Krelgbl aud Paekagca by
tbe klorulng Tnu., ij the loi tsvitit ai Nasu
vaiJi. aud liuiimi aaa, lictii.a Rtuxuua,
inurt have tie aam at tlie OCv by w'tioik tLe
Davidson Countt Dinr.cTOBY Ctmtimunl.
MHITAKY QTTAETER8 AND OFFICEES.
rout Haxl.iiarlii on High alreet. Ucn. Dumonl
).'ri(ca Headiuartnra on Puminor Itroet. (Dr
Ford'i realuUnce ) Capt Oraen, A. A. 0.
JVru faral H'a4lqnartwa on Church etreot.
(Female Academy.) Col. Stanley Maltbewi.
Chirf AuUtaul QvartemaiUr Hendmiarteri im
Cherry i trcnt ; No. 10, (Judge Catton'a rtei.lence.)
Capt. J. D. Bingham.
Amiitaot Quartmnatitr Chattanooga Iiepot Capt.
Auislanl Qnarttrrmutr Vine etroet, near Mrt.
Pulk'a reaideura. (apt. K. N. Lamb.
Amwfani QuarlfmaltrSo. 87, Market alreet.
Capt. J. M. Hale.
Cale Cenmiwara Headqunrlera, No. 10, Vine at.
Capt. R. Macfeely.
CummUmrf of SmbtMf Bioad etreut. Capt. S.
Actios Cbmmiuarjf of riulifae Corker of Broad
and Colicgo etreeta. Lieut tlimlea Allen.
MtiUcal Director funimor street. (Ir. Kord'i old
regidenoe ) Surgeon, H Swift.
ilrdical Preeyor' OJBee Church atreet, H amnio
Biilldlng. J. R. l ian a, Surgeon, Slh Kentucky lu
fautry, acting Medical PurreyOT.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Northern Mall, via Iuilavllle, arrives Dally, 6.30 P.M.
leave. T.4S A.M.
arrlvea ' .20 P.M.
Ii-.vei " e.lOA.N.
Columbia, via T. A A. R.R.
fihelbyvllle.vla N. 0. R.R, arrlvea 11 8.30 P.M.
leaves 10.00 A.M.
Lebanon, , - arrlvea " 12.00 M. '
leave! " 1. CO P.M.
Memphis Mall,1oarea Dally.v.a IauImvIHo and" Cairo.
POST-OFFICES Ol'ES BKYONI) LIE B ANON ABE-r
Gordoiuville, . i gmlthville,
Watertowo, Jenning s Fork,
POST CFFIOra ON I INK OF N. A P. R.R.- j
Jordan's Valley, or Rlielbyvllle,
B. B. CONNOR & BE0.,
NO. 6 COLLEGE BTRKKT.
rtv Ntock Juat rccclveid nd for sale
low to cluatJ out Conlguioeit,
jJJ Bhia. Sail, lor ale by
CONNOR ft BRO. :
JQQ boirea SALT, for sale by
CONNOR ft BRO.
Colli ROl'E, for fale by
CONNOR A BRO.
bbla. Coal OIL, lor sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
S half bbla. Coal OIL, lor sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
dozen Blt(KiM8,for aalo by
CONNOR A BliO.
boxes SOAP, lor sale by
CONNOR A BilO.
boxoe STARCH, for sale by
Connor a bho.
I ( choauTKA, tor auk by
COSNOR A BUD
I () bair cheau TEA, for sale by
1 4t ap
CONNOR A ItHO.
() oadi. a TCA, for aale by
. CONNtlll A BRO.
bnxea Yeast COWIiKRS, fur sale bv
IU ap CONNOR A BKO.
t)J CKHks SODA, fur sale by
CONNOR A BHO.
Iirf's t" MATCHliX, ror aale by
IUU spit Co.VNOK A I1KO.
Of hmea Star CANHLKS, for sale by
-wrj up a lONNOlt A 11110,
f ) f boxes CUKKKK, lor sale by
CONNOR A CO.
I lihlH. Vl.SKGAH, f r Bale by
l'l ap tXINNOK A BRO.
1 ( kite SAI,irolf,T raa'ie"hy
lJ apt CONNOn A BKO-
O i klti M AtrKKRicL,lur,,ia! by
54 ap g CONNOR A BRO.
5kils HKKRINO'Tor sale by
ap8 CONNOR A BIIO,
kite SHAH, fur aalo by "
i ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
I ( bills. TROUT, lor aale by
I if i
JQ bills. MACKKKKL
f.r sale by
IXiNNOR ft BltO.
Ihtila. CIUHR, for sale by
CONNOR A BltO.
I b.ixoa dr.od UliitlNul, for silo by
10 pa CONNOR A BKO.
1 f boxes Dried Healed, for sale by
i vy ap a
CONNOR A BIIO.
CON'NOR A BiSO.
f. bbls Cruahei Sugar, for sale by
Connor a nuo.
I 4 rX
irX bags Ml. A I , for sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
F.I blue fl.oL'K, for aalo by
(V IN Ml IK A BHO.
t)f s H A MS, lor sale by
txINNO A BRO.
ca.ws SHIM, fur aale by
CONNOR A BKO.
bills Hue I'OTA'roi, rr sa'e by
iUU CONNOR ft BRO.
buxea friah tlaid -n SK1CH, for Bile liy
ap 8 XIS Noll A IIKO.
Sbbli Ouo'U lor iaie by
ap 8 Oi.NSOK A Bit.
a s ii.(tX' tauvHttittd HAMS, wlili a UtiKel"tut all
Ivy aorta of UimhIh. w lilrh we will clio out iow.nl
iKirold ntHitd, No. ft t'olloii?mrci't.
rl HH alteiillou ol oituens, stiangera, and otliera via
1 Iting Naelivllle, requiring nie.lidal aid, w reaiaait
fully called to tnia olllee, No Ih't.lei kk slrrol, aeo
Oil I ar, between Cherry and Ilia Mjuare.
llr. Cki.BM.N is an old .rac.itnuier ol medli Ine; hu
alin.Hit unlimited rxprleuoe and Haltering siunieal
for mauy yietra pai, m tlie Ir.iaimi'iii ol raivirs Ina
a.t.ae, has induood blin tn devote bis uuilivtdod alum
ti.n to all diaeaaea .of this n..lure. alauy rimes ol
lb. moat Inveterate character have prouiplly yielded
to his unproved nielliod of treatment.
Primal y,!ooutary, Tertiary auil Hereditary Cyph.
Ilia, tlutiorrho.a, ttieat and all di.ea.ea ol the genua
and uruuuy oigaiis, uuhiI with au resi.lanne Ui bis
A i female Irregnlarltna and fuucllonal ImleraUK.
acuta td III. Wiiml., ami Ilia di.i aal ansli.g li oia
(.wlution ajid III manned partnriliou.
Kiel y raae Ki 'lm ible Kilplure, and of I'lles .ud
I'riil.inus g Ilia K. I'"", ami ui.l oar. ol kiUU,
cau be cured by a irocca neatly painl.s. II either
ot ll.e latter eaae. i. un.l.'rlakeu t.y Or. Coleinae, a
rure la issimiM) leorraaied. a. a curelul eiiniua,u.d
aiaa) s paoeeule Uie uivoaaary tu.luali "U. id sue.r4l r
ruilui. liy bl. Illiploved Uli lbod of iWiallUg
I'ermiu. ol either s x applying in (Hira.ui or by letter
(,l.a iil'ing caee) eu the ii i ay iiipumie ul any a. ute
Svino Ul..e.can be curwd,iu uneil oaata, by lh
abortive uietli.Hi, is lorty eight boura.
Kind ooall.U uoe, pi.uU atunlion, and uioderau
Chargea, Will govern bun lib ha (-irons.
- No mercury ued in the tr.ainieul of mtrrn
dtM.uel.aa be believe (ia moel cju.es) it produces
.i:. Lhji tii.i li ia given to cure.
iifboa hours livta aibl ki tbe morning till ame is J
Ibe.veomj. W. '
Committed to Jail
OF ravli!!,u County, July 1 1SC2, a Kegro Mu,
erhe aavs hit name u SAM; aayi be belong to
44.irge Armstrong, ot WilUamaou coiintv. Tout.,; aaed
lit yeara; wnlgha 11.5 pouoila; feel 8 incliea bigh;
oolor, bia. kj no niarke. Tlie ownr Is epfpintit to
cume forward, prove property, and pay rhargoa, a
the law directs, J, M. IIINT'lN,
Julys 8t. Slieriff ami Jailor of D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davlcleon County, Tens., July 8. lfU, a Kegro
Boy, w.tn say. hia name la HHNK Y; says he lie
longs to Williiim liee.1, of Clarkaviiln. Ti un.: aged 12
years; weighs Ounr 10U H)iii)ili 4 feet (I 'i Invhia high;
color, blaea; no niarks. The Owner Is requested to
some forward, provo property, and pay charges an
tlie law direelH- J. 1. JilNTUN ,
July , IMiJ. (Sheriff and Jallur of I). C.
Committed to Jail
OF DarliLnii emin'y, Tenn., July n. lsaj, a Negro
Man, who say h e namn In KhtBKN; aays be
btiioiig. to ration's Heirs, ul liavidaou Cunly. Tenu. ;
aged zl years; w.lnhs 17s pounde; belglil, I feet 7 i
luetics; coior, niaea; araron right wrMt. 'ineowner
la rejiiealed to come forward, ) rove proer1y, and ay
chargia, as Hie law directs J. M. Ill ViUN,
July , at. Blinnff and Jailor of D. C.
Committed to Jail
Of Davidson County, Tenn., July A, 186J, a Negro
Man, who says big name la (.KoKtiK: save be
belongs to Van Allen, of W hit County, Tenn.; affrl
1H years; weighs leo iounds; 8 feet A Incliea high;
oolor, black ; email scar oa left fore linger. The owner
Is reiinmled to oome forward, prove lirooer'v.aint laiv
ctiarans, a me law dlret la. J. M.ltlNTO.N,
July D.IWi at. . Sheriff and Jailor of JJ, C,
Committed to Jail
OT Davi.laon County, June lath 18?, a negro man
who says bis n'lii" la ABRAHAM; navs he beioms
to Samnul atken-.ua of Cheatham oouniy Tenn ; age
about 81 or U y.u. old, w.igha aliout 145 or 100 Ibe i
ti feet 3 Inches hltjb, Copper clor, scar on rhmd
about one lrch lung, amell scar eilgu. f tbe hah abovf
rignt temple. i f
The owner Is requested to come, forward, prove'pro
porty, and pay cbarges, as the law directs. ,
i e at. ltl.TO"", ? .
June20 3t Sheriff and Jailor ofD. 0.
Committed to Jail '
OF DftTttlnoD county, Jun 21, lHfi'i, a tigrr man,
whu bin nunia i MOi ; eayt ha b itgi
to Tbomaa C. Wikr TUaury cuuiily, Tenn.; k
about Iff or i't ycam tiaf weighs ah.ut Uu poumU,
mi n m otnght ; color hlack, mi mttrki;
Tho owner U rnuusto(l to coroe forw-titl. brova pro
perty, and piy cluirs, m 4ie Uw dlr-mjcu.
Juoe29 Nt Sheriff aud Jaili.rut D.C. '
Committed to Jail
OF Dartdfon county, Juny TKfta. a nefjro mail
who iyi hia natiio is AKTHLU ; aud b't.-nKi to
Win C. (SmHrt ol Warren cuunty, TtiD-.HKil nbuiit
46 years ; Wei; ha abiml H5 or 1A0 puunttn ; ft f o t
tiKiies iiU ;oiur biatj. ; aeavy whtnunrs.
Tha owuer is roouBstnJ to coma ttirwaril, prow
property, aud pay orirtrMit th Uw din'ou.
iiuo208t 1 Hharill and Jll.r off). 0.
Committed to Jail
F tV.viilnon oouuty, Juua 2.'H. lWi'i. a nftrro boy.
V who gays hia name ia AlJC, snd belongs to Wm
M.()renK'r l Vi son. co.; tit a yvarn ohl ; wcigha ntMut
iou or mo pouiHin ; a leei t lucnea uuu : color iiiacK
soar on Svwuod ttnearon 11 1 liatid.
1'bo awnar ia raqucutrd ip coma forward, from
pniveriy, auq pay cnarges, as tne taw atresia. ,
., . J. M. H1MON,
Junar-iO M Rheriff ami Jailor of 1. C.
Committed to Jail
Or Davidson oouuty, .Mine 23, lwu, a negro man,
who says bis name is HAN1K1.; says be boiongK t
Mrs. Lusiuka C. Itrowu or jnVtury county, near Spi ing
Hill, Teuu; nge about yours old : wviglis about -1 70
or 1H0 pounds ;a feel 11, luches hic.li, .ui.'ill (.cjc In
Tbe owner ts requested to com' forward, prove pi
perty, and pay charges, as tha law directs.
J. M. 1UNTON,
JuuoiO t Sheriff and Jailor of II. (.'.
Committed to Jail
OF Davi.lKon comity, Tenn., June 10, 1hv3, a negro
girl, who nays her n hub m JOAN N A, mid belongs
to Kotiert Wliilains, or f i aiiklln , Ky., hi t limit 17
or 18 years ; 6 fuel 'i iuchea high ; ; wcigiii about l.n
pounitSj datk copper oolor. 'I'lio uwuer is requivted
to come lorwarii. prove propei ty, and pay clvirgea aa
the law cllrecU .1. M. HlNTllN,
luncttl-.Ht Slieriff and Jailor of I), f.
Oommitted to Jail
f F f'ividson ctiuuty, Jtino lotii, lb'U, a negro man
V h h m UiH U'ihih t Ml LION ; aa) a lit) i lijign
In Jiwoph Cartfr, of M.itHh.tll tmiiily, AU, sko iii-out
H ycviM : woikIis lfta hiiii1u , 6 fon t 7 tut hi lnh
color black , i-c.'ir by burn alvo thn riht wrivt
IhoowntT i rt'Mttt'ritotl t ) c me frwrtrl, prove pro
Ierty, aud pay clturgi uua tho law dirtctn.
J. M. IIIXTDN,
June 18 -t SIutiII an ! Jullor I). U. '
Committed to Jail
Or (t.ivliiKfHi cooiinty, June i thf Lnoi, a nrrn man
who savi bin mniio 1h DAMKIa : says he boltiua
to Kir hard Ikwih, of MatHhall county, Alii.; ago alout
21 it 'ri yraiP ; whIIix 100 or )o6 Urn.; h iH t b in ho
liitih ; uo maika' color black. Tha uwunr ta rnuofV-
cd to viwo lorwiiiit, prove property, and p.iy r.l.iiigta
an uie niw nirecu. j. m. hin UN,
Juii.tltt at $lm in uud jMilor, L. 0.
Committed to Jail
01- I'tiviiibon coiiuiy.Jnne Hi h, ISt'r, n noyro mn
who Hays lit imiue in AAHON : any ho Ih'Iuus to
Jo iartor, ul M..p-lifill county. Ala ; uvA about Itf
you in ; waifihH about UO or 145 pm.iH.H; 6 Hot inch
high ; no niitrka ; rolor black. Tho ownor is reqm it
oA to itrw4id, prove properly, aud p.ty clurtjoa
as ino mw otitcw, j ni.lil.Mt'N,
juu'lH-flt Sherift'and Jjwl.r o! i. C
Committed to Jail
r iNivi.ti"D county. June riih, UtJi a uogrn mn
J whosnys his uiudb lf ALKX ; ays he belong
-o isUCV Mil ill, OI l avl'lsoti rociity. Ttuijt; UK'd
tilnjut il yoar ; wuilm U& or l.'iO pJundH ; 6 feet 6
tiifhva blh ; ooppor coiur ; no markH, TboowniT m
r tjufKttd to oomu lorwarU, prove property, and pay
cimrgia at un) uw uirtt is,
J. M HINTOV.
lur.dlrt ;st Hlicnlt und Jailor o ti C
Committed to Jail
p Iavldatn cwumy, June 14, iKti',;, nuro "tin
who ih Im oaiue is OKOKiiK WASlilMllON
says ba bidon to fc-aiy Aun YoarKaii, ni Warrt'ii
muuly. Ky , a' d about 40 yars ; wMUsl7&r
nm. : o itfi 7 nu:ua h'n ; color lila-k ;kiuII srr ou
lort ht'au ; small f(tawe, Thw owner is ru.iitttHl to
ciu forward, prove proporty au t pay hartw as
ido law mfci. j. M. HIN'KtN.
JunelH St Sheriff ami .ailr ul l. C
t a T-.il
VvUIIHUlLLCU IU alO.ll
OF rVivtdftin oouniy, .dine Ift. IsHi, a nicro iran
Kliuanyi hi u turn im t'lll.TVI l.l'S ; my he br
umiH to lr. Wi tviMjii un, of Uaury county , It no , jf
iitM.ul .10 Vo:tri ; m iliH aliout lt or 145 loiicUcft
lt 6 ' itichtM blli ; lonki luul.y hair ; impp r eol'-r ;
imiuaika. lbo owiiur U rmiiicnu-1 to tonnt for
ward, prove pr.jpuiiy aud pay ch rv-t th- Uw di
wis. J. U IllNTON,
jum-lH3t Hlienll and Jaitor of . O.
Committed to Jail
liaviil.on I'oiintv. Trnn , June tilli. lsii'i, a ne
gro flrl, named ei.M.l.lK : ssvs Ite beltings to
Irvln liogiie, if Maury l.niuiy, Tumi. Sad girl is
atviul 18 or lit) vial' old; vi.l.ln almilt I 20 or 1 10
polio's; S feel & iiiehis III i'h ; two small ki en
torched ; scar ou tipiHtr Up al the e!gc ol die niie;
copi er color.
lbs owner 1. requested to coma forward, prove
plnpelty, ami pay hal);ua, aa lh- law dliecl..
j. m . liisrov,
JuueK-:lt HheriS and Jailor of H. C.
Committed to Jail
Of !'iVniMa ninly,ou ihv Uih of Judo, IHtl'J, a
i.'rniM who imvi Im m name ! DAVID, und
tii) h- Ih1iuh l.uny Sinitfi, n( lavl 'mm Couniy,
T no. ; a I? til stti ytvt.k ; adibM lii or I H poui'1s ;
& (' i l ,1). .. )i v it no tnai ; or bim k. ltitj
owii'T ta iihucmu'iI t r-'iiio torwaird, prove pro
pt-iiy ami p c'lurit'i'iigaj u Uw tlirtK.ln.
J . M Hl.S'TuN,
jm.elS 31 HluTliran.I Jml-r of II. C.
Committed to Jail
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HATKS OF A t)V KKTISKNO.
( Tr utraa ok Lisa to coxirrruTi a aqrava )
1 Square, 1 day, 11 00 each addrtnnal Insrrtloti to
" 1 weeg, 8 00 each additional square leu
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stife, 'to per oeui. additiooal j rp"Cll pin it ion tutaiCe,
IU parent. r
a" Aevcrtisementa It.smted in tbe twsl lonini
obaiged at the rate of twenty flints rr lieov- 1
Change inay be m. da pe'lodtraiiy wlia agrees
upon; bat ev iry uoli eJi.uge will involve 4-x.ra ex
penan, to li" iald for b;' the a lvertlsr. ' i
esr AdvtrHfri eeraed.sy aSas.oaee cMW'dcW fvrviU
ft luunyea lor V"
Marrlnare and l'nneral Notices,
When neeei'lug Ave line", will lie clmrgc'l at the
, - usuul advert s lug rate. t
Anusnncrincnte of Candlalatea.
rm Ptat umnm. . , . .'. .. . , . ..... , $10 no
' Coomty " ..... ti
' Un .,, , v.. on
Caxtt require I in ad valine foil all advrtl)miuiU,
auleaa by special agrnament. i .
We, the'unilcisiguod, have tin day adopted the
above rates, to which wa biu) onrse1r'S strictly b
Ihore. t ,. , ,
' ' wm. CAsIHUt, fotvtie fntais.
1 '' ': -' JOHN WAUiACIC, for the Vi-jiabU
NASHViiLg.Tenn., July 12,16(12.
;FlUt)Ay MORNING. JLY 25. 18C2.J
' . Notice) to t'lul-.laker,
, TL6 Editor will be greatly obliged to
persons making up clubs for Iho TJkion If
they will remit to tho publishers and not
to LimBolf. ', CommuiiicationB' knd stib
criplioim are somotimea mixed ap with
private information in such a maimer as
to eauso needless delay and trouble to
We have no time to transcribe com
munications. We sometimes receive
communications with a scrap of confi
dential information written on' tho back
of the manuscript. Of course if wo use
the manuscript we have to re-write it,
and this imposes entirely too much labor
on us. We havo no Itmo for sucli work.
IIcnliiiirtcr of I Iret Kcttlnii'iit ol
TruiieMaee Volunteer cm valry.
Jilt 20, 1SC2.
All officers recruitin"; for this s.irvice
will report to mo at lleatlipiarters, Fair
Grounds, oral tho .State Capitol. Those
desirin;; to enlist will apply at eitherof
Volunteers will, if possible, bring their
horses with them, which will bo valued
and paid for by (he Government.
By order of Col. W. li. STOKES.
' C. D. IUiI EX, A. R. Q. M.
HfCAlKjnAltTKllS DlSTIlCT fiK T1IR OlIIOj
Nasiivh.lk, TUnm,, July let, 18t2
Special Order .o. 1"7.
IV. After coinplelino; the duly assign
ed him in Special Orders, No. t'S. (cur
leitt serigs) "District of Cairo," Mnjor
W. II. Sihell will repair to Nashville,
Tennessee, and relieve Captain Olivk.u
I). (JnKKNK, Assistant Adjutant General
in his duties at that place.
By command of Mj. Gen. Bri:u..
Signed 0. D. Gkkknk, A. A.G.
Hknbt Stonb, A. A. A. G.
I'oatoUlcea Itr-etpciiod lu l'cillle'i
Nashville, Davidson county.
Murfreesboro', Bulherford rounty.
Jordan's Valley (Christiana), linlhor
Fosterville, Kutherford county.
Gallatin, Sumner county.
Clarksville, Montgomery county.
Hpriiijjlleltl, Robertson county.
Franklin, Williamson county.
Columbia, Maury county.
Shelby villi, Bedford county.
Lelianon, Wilson county.
Waterstown, Wilson county.
Smithville, DeKalb county.
Liberty, DeKalb "
Alexandria, DeKalb "
raloietto, Bedford "
Jeoning's Forks, Smith county.
Gordoniville, " "
New Middleton, .Smith comity.
Mitchelsville, Sumner county.
Sycamore Mill, Cheatham county.
Ashland City, Cheatham county.
Lafayette, Macon county.
jtetiipliis, Hiclby county.
Savannah, Hardin county.
The above list will bo kept staudiii((
in our columns, and added to from day
lo day, ai other offices are re-op nel.
We would gtiKgeit to palters iu Northern
States the propriety of copying the above
liat at Wat uc a week.
OFFICIAL. J j
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATKS,
Pit.viiii at Iht StcotiJ Session of tin Thirty trrmth
(rciiuc No. fiG.
An Act relating to highwavs In the coun
ty of Washington and District of Co
lumbia. Be it etiactrd by t?i Sr-ntiU mid IhiiiM of
lleprttentaticts of the United Rate) of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, That, from and
after the passage of this act, it shall bo
lawful for tho levy court of Washington
county, in the District of Columbia, to
alter, repair, widen, and reRtilate tho
public roads aud highways in Raid
county, and to lay out additional roads
as hereinafter specified. ' '
Sec, 2. Andle it further tnucM, That
all roads within said county of Wash
ington which have been usod by the pub
lic for a period of twenty-flvo years or
more as a highway, and have bcon recorr-1
nised by tho ,8id levy court as ptiblio
county roads, and for the repairs of which
the said levy court lias appropriated and
expended money, are declared public
highways, whether the same hare been
recorded or not; and any person who
shall obstruct the tree use of said high
ways, or any one of them, without authori
ty from said levy court, shall bo subject to
a fine for each and every offence of not
less than one hundred or more than two
hundred and fifty dollars, to be iuipris
oued till . tiie said lino and the cosS of
suit and collection of the same are paid;
said tinea to be collected in tho name of
the United State, for tho use of tho levy
Sec. 3' Anil tt it further tnndctl, That
within one year from the pasbuge of this
act tho levy court shall caune the survey
or of ' the Baid couniy of Washington to
survey and plat all such roads as are
named iu the last preceding section, and
have the aame recorded among the rec
oida of said county now used for recor
ding surveys and plats of other' public
county roads; and, in making said sur
vey, the county surveyor shall follow, as
nearly as possible, (he lines and boun
daries heretofore used and known as a
highway, and lie shall caue the lines
and boundaries of the same to bo per
manently marked and iiaed by the erec
tion of stones or posts at the different
free. 4. And biit further enacted, That all
such roads as are named in the second
section pf this act as have been obstruct
ed by any person or persons in any man
ner within the last six years shall be re
opened by tho levy court, if, iii the
judgment of naid court, the public con
venience requires it ; aud -tho expense
thereby incurred shall be paid by' tho
person or persons who shall have ob
structed the same, which expenses shall
be collected as fines are required to be
collected under thq second section of
Sue. 5. And In il further enacted, That
hereafter, in laying; out new roads in
said county of Washington, tho levy
court shall cause such roads to be of a
width of not less than fifty nor more than
one, hundred feet, and it may also cause
the width of any of the exiting roads iu
said county to bo increased to not more
than one hundred feet, and chango the
location of any of them, its the said levy
court may deem best for the public in
terest; and, for the purpose of opening or
widening such roads, the said levy court
is hereby empowered to cauce to bo con
demned any land or lands necessary for
the same, as other lands are now con
demned by law.
Sua 0. And be it furtlter emtrled, That in
any caso where ntartials law shall be nec
tssiiry for making or repairing a public
road, if tho levy court cannot agree with
Iho owner as to their purchase, the said
court may proceed in the samu manner
for condemning said marttals as in cases
of condemnation of land for the purposes
of a public road.
Skc. 7. And lie it further emuted, That
no held or garden or yard, in actual
cultivation shall be laid open or used as
a public hiuhway until after tho usual
timo of taking oil" tlie crops growing
Sue. ti, And be il fuHiur enacted, That
the renuiremetit in the existing laws,
that members of tho levy court shall bo
appointed from amongst the justices of
the peace ui the county of asltitigtoii,
is hereby repea:efl.
Approved, ft) ay 3, li-iY-.
I'uiiLic No. 8ii.
An Act to protect the properly of lutli
ana who have adopted the habit of
C V lllt.-u
He it enacted by the utile and Jlciiie if
Heirefiitutiveiiuf the Unite I Slulu f Amer
ica m L'uh'jrest (uoeintjlej, That whenever
any Indian, being a member of any band
or tribe with whom tho Cioveriiuient has
or shall have entered into tieafy stipula
tions, being desirous to adopt Iho habits
of civilised life, shall have hud a portion
of tho lands belonging to his tr.bo allot
ted to him iu severalty, iu pursuance
of such treaty stipulations, il tihall bo
the duty of the ageut and uperinttii
dent of such tribe to provide that snrli
Indian shall bo protected in the peaceful
aod quiet occupation aud enjoyment of
the lauds so allotted lu him.
SlX'. 2. And U it further enactal, That
whenever any person of Indian blood be
longing to a hand or lube who receive, or
are entitled lo receive, annuities from the
Government of the United lat.s, and
who lias not adopted the habits aod cus
toms of civilized life, aud received his
lands iu severally by ulloimi nl, as men
tioned iu the foregoing avcliou of this act,
shall commit any trespass upon the lands
or premises of any Indian who has re
ceived his lands by uliolun nl, as alore
said, it shall be Uie duty of I lie superin
tendent aud agent of am u baud or tribe
to ascertain the damages rcBulling from
such trt'SpaNs; and ibe aiiui a ascertain
ed shall ho withheld fi.uu the payment
next hereafter to be msJo, cither to the
band or tribe to whu It the party commit
ting aui h trespass shall belong, as in tho
discretion of tue superiuteudent tie shall
deem rr(l'r. "fid 'be an in so retained
shall be paid over by (lie said agent or
superintendent to the parly injured, with
the approval of the Secretary of the In
terior. Sec. 3. Ami be it fattier tnu!e,L Tlml
in cac (h trespasser shall bo the chief
or headman of a band or tribe, in addition
to tho penalties above provided for, it
shall be the duty of the supeifntendont
of Indian affairs in his district to sus
pend the said trespasser from his office
for three months, and during that lime lo
to deprive him of all tho benefits .nttd :
emoluments connected therewith: l'ro
viiled, That the said chief or hes'ltuan'
Jliay be sooner restored to his iSTiner,
standing if (he superintendent shall o
Approved, June 11, lSt'2. ' !
rum. lo No. SS. J . .
Ah actv defining additional causes of
challenge and prescribing au addition
al oath for grand and petit jurors iu
the United States conrti. i
Be it enn",W lit the rvnnte and lhis
Itrprestrjatirc of the Unitnl Haiti, of
America in Ciimjicst asaendiled, That, in
addition to tlie existing causes of dig.
qualification and challenge of grand and
petit jtirorB in tho courts of Ihe United
States, tho following are hereby declared
aud established, namely, without duress
and coercion to havo taken up arms, or
to have joined nny insurrection and re.
hellion, against the United Stales; It)
have adhered to any rebellion, giving it
aid and comfort; tj have given, directly
or indirectly, any assistance in money,
arms, horses, chillies, or anything what
ever, to or for the use or benefit of any
person or persona whom tho person giv
ing such assistance knew to havo joined,
or to be about to join, any insurrection
or rebellion, or to liave resisted, or to be '
about to resist With force of arms, flit
execution of the laws of tho United States',
or to whom ho had good ground to believe
had joined, or was about to join, any in
surrection or rebellion, or to have resist
ed, or was about to resist, wiiu forco of
arms, Ihe execution of the laws of l!ie
Upited States, and to have counselled and
advised any person or persons to join tny
insurrection and rebellion, ur to resist
with force of arms, tho lawa of (lie United
Sec, And be it further enacleiL That
at each and every term of any court of
tho United States, tho district attorney
o.' other person acting for aud on behalf
ot tho United States in said court, may
move, and the court iu their discretion
may require the clerk to tender to each
and every person who may be summoned
to serve as a grand or petit juror or ve
nireman or talesman in said court, Iho
following oath or affirmation, viz : "You
do solemnly swear (or affirm, as tho case
may be) that yon will support the Con
stitution of the United States of Ameri
ca; that you have not, without (limn
and constraint, taken up arms, or joined
anyl insurrection or rebellion against
Ihe J United States; that you have
not adhered to any insurrection or
rebellion, giving it aid and com
fort; that you havo not, directly
or indirectly, given any assist
ance in money, or any other thing, tn
any person tf persons whom you knew,
or had goodround to believe, had join
ed, or was about lo join, said int'irrcc
ti'Ui and rebellion, or had rcsMt d, i.i
was about to.re.sist, with force of anus,
tho execution of the laws of the United
States; and that you have not counsel
led or advised any ierson or persons to
join any rebellion against, or to icmhI,
with force of arms, iho l.ie.s ol tho Uni
ted Slates." ADy person or pirsons de
clining to tako Bid oaih, shall be dis
charged by tho court fiftin serving ou
tlie grand or petit jury, or venue, lo
which he may have been Kiiiumoned.
Sec. 3. And U it farth-r entitled, 'I'll at
each and every person who shall lake
tho oath herein prescribed, and who
shall swear falsely to any mailer f fact
unbraced by it, shall li held to have
comiuilted tho crime of perjury, and
shall bo subject to the pains and penal
ties declared against that crime.
A improved, June 17, lnOli.
I'l iii.n No. fcll.J
Avait making provision for rnibin pro.
perty of tho United States sunk iu Iho
He. it enacted by the. Fenale and iW;e nf
Ilcprcseiitatiites (f Ihe I 'nited Rates t.f Ann i -ittt
in Ctiiitien Afrnrile-I, Thut the Secre
tary of the navy bo aud is hereby au
thorized and empow ered lo contract w ith
such person or pcixins as he shall deem
most for tlie public service for ruining
such vessels, (heir armaments, stores, or
equipments, belonging, to tliu tinted
Males, and sunk iu the waters thereof;
aud thai the sum t.i'ouu bundled thous
and dollars be and tho same is hereby
niirnjii iri'e.i hi r.iriy rue jirnviMimiM oi
tins ad into cll'ei t.
Approved, .Juno 17, 1 ;oU.
I'l ni il l.'i.soi.irno:; No. 31. j
A JoiNj'Iti;Noi.rri"N authorizing the pay
ment of certain money x heretofore ap
propriated fur Ihe eniiipleliuu of i
Whereas by act of Congnns, approver
June twenty-live, eighteen bundled
and sixty, there was appropriated for
Ihe completion of the Wu.-hiugtoit
aqueduct live hundred thousand dl
lars, tr) be expended according to the
plans and estimates of Captain Mt ici
and under I.i upi rintdem uec ; and
w h'leiis, w hile the wtuhwaa in pio
grcsa and bcfuio it was completed,
Captain Mi igswas removed irom such
bupcj mil ri'lt in c, and (i i l.nii parlies
have claims fur work done aod lunle
rials fui noilicd to and fur the comple
tion of said aqiiedui I wiiiihliat c not
been paid : '1 lu ri hire,
liti'htil h'j the Rm'.le ami jl,t..in t.f lap
rtwtnltoti of the United Sjat'ttf Ana rim
in L'oii'reti v mnitt.lt t. That the superin
tendent of the Washington aqueduct be
Hiid he is hereby autlux i.c d tu pay to
Hubert Mclutyro and others, acioi liing
ti) tl.t amount ot ihetr renpet live claim,
for wink done aud Uialenuld fiuniklud
for the Washington aqueduct, under the
tlirection or Captain II. W. Ueiibam and
Lieutenant James St, (V Morion, eueh
sum of money h msr ! necessf rr, not
to exceed live thousand six hundred nd
six dollars und sixty cent, tit of Uie
sum of money het eiufl.rp appropriated as
aforesaid: V. ride l, That no sotu or sums
of money hH tie paid under t hit so
lution except anrh as shall be certitled
to be. just and equitable by Oetmral M.
Approved, June l-l, 1S02.
j l'ninr-No, ().
i An At t to authorize the Secretary of the
'p..... ........ ... ..i .
. .. . mi, j. iu cuaiie ino n allies ol cer
, tain vessels. ,
Be it enacted by Ute innate and Jltiute of
BfjiresenMive of ihe United Rates of Amer
ica in Conijrets nstenible.t. That Ihe Secre
tary of the Treasury ho and hereby is
authorised to clnge tho name or Iho
schooner " 1'rai.k , Tierce," owned by aJ
Ktnerson and Company, of Yoiinnstiisn'
StalO Of New Yuri In llnl nflifk 1
. , . I . oinrini
Sigel, and also to ehantre the name of
the vesel, "Maury," owned by A. A.
Low and Brothers, of Drooklyn, 'State of
iw tot it, to ttiaioi "iseuelnctreas;" aud
also to rhaiiKO the name of Iho bark
"Henry II. Didier," owned by William
Applecarth ami Uill;,.n, ll.l.K..,i ,r
liallniioro, State of Maryland, to that of
the " l'loia:" and to grant said vessel
registers in said respeelive names.
Approved, June 17, TSli'J.
iri nuioNo. 74.1 .
As Ait to amend an acUiititled"At act
making appropriations tor tho aorvico
of tho Post OHiee Department during
tflo fiscal yoar ending Iho thirtieth of
June, 'eighteen hundred and sisty
flrree," approved April seventeen, eigh
teen hundred aud sixty-two.
Be it en tcted bu the Semite mid tl.ttt,
Bepretea utt'ves of the United Rules of Amen'ot
in Kmtjiau axsemiHttt, Tint Ilia provis
ion of (he first section of Ihe act entitled
"An act making -appropriation for the
serviie of the l'ost O.'llce . Department
dnring the fiscal year ending the thirtieth
of June, eighteen hundred and aixty
three," approved April seventeenth, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two, whioh ap
propriates the sum of eight thousand
eight hundred dollars "for compensation
of twenty. five additional clerks in the
l'ost Dllieo Department, authorized by
tho "Act to ptouioleetiicteney of Ihe dead
letter .ollico," approved January twenty
first, .eighteen hundred and sixiy-two,
from the bile of tlteir appoiulment to the
thitli'iii of June, eighteen hundred and
sixty-iuo," be and tho Same is hereby
so ntucMih d lhat the said sum of eight
thousand eight huiKlred dollars shall bo
payable out of tho appropriations luade
out of any money in tho Treasury not
ot It twice appropriated, to supply defi
ciencies in the revettm, of the PoatOflleo
Department lor the year ending the thirti
eth of June, eighteen huuilrcd and sixty
two, contained iu the third aecliou of tho
act entitled "An ad making appropria
fttiuns fur tho service or tho l'ost OfUco
Department during the fiscal yearending
Iho thirtieth of Juno, eighteen hundred
a. id sixty -two," approved March second,
eighteen hundred and sixty-one.
.'.ppn.vcii, .nay IM;.'.
I lie l ni.lt o ine t ni.iinlaii.
The present suspension of the cam
paign iu ('.astern Virginia and tho inac
tion or Ilalleck's army in the West havo
aroused tho public mind to the disad
vantages that have resulted from the
want of a vigorous system of oll'iiiisivo
w arfare. A coleinpniary pertinently re
marks (hat our army in Ihe West seems
In have forgotten entirely the great policy
of offensive operations, and wo already
perceive the results in the loss ef Mur
I'reeshoto' and other places; the raids of
Morgan's J'ebel (incriillan, and tho rapid
advances of tho enemy through Tennes
see and Kentucky. Yv'e feared this when
we heard that tieneral llalleek had scat
tered his army in different directions.
The advance of liucH's Corps into Last
Tennessee wo do not find fault with, as
Ihe relief of that region has long been
imperatively demanded. Hut what has
become of tho rest of Ilalleck's great
army ''. If l'c aiircgard'i main force were
a Mai hed and pressed closely by sullleient
numbers, all the hebel detachment which
have been sent into Kentucky, Tennessee
and Arkansas would be . recalled to
strengthen liim. The line of Ihe Memphis
and Charleston Itailrnad to Memphis Is too
lonir to be held succewsfully. llalleek pro
ved il against lleaurogard, aud now Ueau
gaid in turn is proving il against hiiu.
We are loth t i censure so able and scien
tific a soldier as llalleek, and yet these
disaiter at the West, sri vnrj viiwuu
reiug. It is undeniable that the whole of our
warlike operations have now come to a
htand, and thai while we me occupied in
holding w hat we have gained, the enemy
have every where assume I tho offensive.
I'ope's movement promises to tlian,;e
this, and PiicH' snips might have rhino
so in Last Tennessee, but o much lime
has already elapsed wiihotit I.i being
heard from, that hi well-known tardi
ness is generally accepted as the expla
nation, licrnside's operation ill North,
Carolina have hern ended by the transfer
of his ilivi-ioit to James river. In Soul It
Can, lids Hunter' i rations have been
brought to an end by the disaster ou
James Inland. 'I'liu It will bo seen the
war is inakiiijr no progress whatever
The ( unij'Uiiit lately hai been thai w e
ir Hliert of men, and that We cannot ex
pect onr Generals t't assume Ihe otlehsive
until more aid is furnished. In our Judg
ment the fault lies mainly iu tl.n plans
of I li i ampai,' n, w Im h scatter our force
over too w ide a field Jla't. Ami it an.
1 t M: A rt of A ItKRI f. Ma-ion. -Major
W. II. l'olk, of Teiifiesnee, has set un d
the teleaatf ou parole liom i'orl Uiureiiot
Maju- W. D. Torlcr, of that Stale, win.
will n t ut ti ,'jutilli to UHk the release t
naiob. ol I ir.t Lieutenant F. Mi r.ll.uiie
I (of riiiih'lelpbia,, of the Loin teeul'i L'.
j . Jul ma y, a wounded prisoner at Hav
' arV Mill, ii, mar LicLuioiid.