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I'CCLISnKD BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PIUNTF.IIS.-OFFICE ON HUNTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE,. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1802.
galnteon County girtttorc.
Ml-i HIUH HMITII, May.
WIIJ.UM SHANE, Jfecorder.
. Jons t-ui'Muixr, jrit ; ,
iMputy UanluiltW II. Wilklmon, 4. C. Tucker,
nil James A. He-le.
t'lerla elfii Afutiaf Ji hn Cl.umM7,i-4'.nrtj
Jo U Ryan, second i find John Reddlrk, llnrd.
Tax Atr-or William Drlvor.
cYIIcr A. U. 8hai.kU.nJ.
Boler 7'o 0)Ir K. H. Oerrclt.
H'Aur Montr Th',H.a lerike.
riup-iaW-el o RVrtnauwJ. Q Dodd.
,h,pi.(Wl rVafer If Jne Wyatl
e.e ". Dfoiri,n-;otn M. Koabury.
flexion (A CVHCerg-T. 11. UuIU iJe.
Wr" Or te.T J . Io Hul.
tiy jllli.rng Juhn AlcPhlil Smith.
ilonr.1 if alluVwiew-Yt. M. Brlen, I'r'ident ; J. E
Newiuan.U. A. J May Hold, H.O. bcorol, Win. 8 Cboiil
harn , J C Smith, M. 1. L. laiboiao, end J:- Hobu.
tWien Co.mc.-1-W. P. Jonn, Preildenl i William
Roboita, T. J. Yarbroegti, Wm. Driver, Win. Flewart,
Iiula Hough, W. Mutlliw.Jamoa Tumor, O. U. South
gale, A. J. Jd1, Jw. ISivia, Andrew Anderion, J. B.
Knl', and JBn Oreedy.
iriM)l1 COMWITTKM Ol IH l.ITT OOC.K 1L.
ymaaee Knowlea, Scovel and Cole.
Hottr leiU-Amlcriun,Hnillh and Claiborne.
Hatfield, Cheatham and Claiborne.
nW Newman, Stewart and Turner.
Hotyiut Jor.e, Miyfleld and Hloan.
KoAoolJ-Chaatbain, Maylluldand Kunalaa.
V DfjKirtmn-Cria,iy, DrWar and Nawm.n.
(,W lir.vur, Cbealliam and llavli.
ckautory Hinilh, Btawurl and Nawman.
Mark Vot KubOTU, Staaart and Turner,
fil.iwia Hough, Ciulborna and IiaTla.
J'oliv Chatliain,Brla atd Aiidonon
Hiriau Hougb, Olulliornrt and Brlon.
H'nri.ouM Ctiwitliam, Mayfli-ld and Kniiwln.
;jui'Miii d Krj'Iifr-Col, Huoval aud
FiiMw yraytrli Br ln , Cbattiui and Turnar.
fmt ; May Uuhl, Jonw and HoborU.
-Tta B-Jurd ul AWcrmrn ruraU the Turwlayt
nril pwcodlng the aooood and fjurlUThuiadnya In
wh mouth, and llin Common Council the aicond
and fourth Tliuradaya In ew.h mnnth.
DaYIDUON CoCSIT DlIlkCTOHT CorMwttd.
MIIJTABT fttJAKTXES A5D OFFICEBS.
rW-HtaJq iartaia t Illnh tft. dm. I'umont
DMrial Ucaduarlira cm fuin.r tril (Ur
Ford'a fa'dcna ) Cant. Orw, A. A. O.
Iotrt Jar.Al ll-a.lquarfra on Church tr.t.
(rtsa!e Acadamf ) V1. Htanlry llaf-hewa.
C.y Au-fml (J-orlmo. 11-adquarUra on
1'hurry Ureal ; No. 10, (iude Utr.n'e rcii.lenoe.)
Capt. J. D. B,r,M.iii.
Amutaml QuortarnuMMr .battanooa Depul Ca4.
Amulaxt QnarlfrmatUr Vino tr.-et, near Mri.
I'.ilk'a reeldenre. Cmpt. K. N. Lamb.
AM.tmt Quarlm-mvUr-No. 7, Market ilrcot.
Capt. J. U. Halo.
fait CmiMr-ll'adqnartari, No. 10, Viua at.
(apt. K. Macrctly.
C'ommiir o Hl,iMnt Broad ilient. Cpt. 3.
A.1 iKmrninmrf q SA;(Mi-e Corner of llroad
and College atrrete. IVul Oiarln Allon.
Uilioal IHrtctvr "uinraer itreet. (Or. Ford'l old
mideooe.) Hurgeon, K. Hwlfl.
JW.'cu rwrrtor'i Otic CIiutIi itreet, Uiiaonlo
Iliillillng. J. R. Pibti.i, Surgeon. 8lh Kentucky In
fantry, Acting Medical l'ureyr.
AERIVAL AND DEPAETTIEE OF MAILS.
Northern Mail,la Ix.uUllle, arrival Dally, t.M P.M.
.. .. . " learee " 7.46 A.M.
Columbia. la T A. K.R. arrlvee " t.V P.M.
laavae " e.OOA.M.
k 0. R.R,arrlTa " 3.30 P.M
leave! " 10 00 A.M.
. arrive! " H.00 M.
Ivavei " S CO P.M
Uiimi'hle Mall,la I'a!ly,r a Iaiilivllle and Cairo.
rosT-DrncKU oris bktond lkbason are-
Watvrtown, Jei.ulng T'rk.
I-OHT-OKFICE8 ON LINK OF N. C. R.R
Jordan'! Valley, or ghelbyville,
B. B. CONNOR & BEO.,
NU. t CHH.I.KtiE BThKKT.
Committed to Jail
OV Iluvidwin fouply, July 1 , lid2, a Negro Mail,
who at.yi hia nam.: 11 CAM nay he livforgi t..
rgi Arnmtroiig, ot Willintii.- on rountv. Ti'nn. ; epd
21 yrri; whicth left iHn'nle, g 1 -,t a iAchi'i, high;
ciliT, biat.k; uo mark. Ttw owner la rcqmate l to
come lorward, prore proi-eny, an 1 je cktrgHe, us
the li.w dn rl. .1. M. II1STON
July (ill. Klierlfi aud J.tnor of I). (J.
Committed to Jail
OF Darlrfinn Coonty, Trnn.. J i'y i, 1S61, a Vegro
Uov. who eavi Ini ueino n 1IKNHV; eayi be be-
lonM to William Heod, or Ciarkeville. Tenn., aged VI
year i w 'lgha Vu or loo 'juti'ie; 4 ft-et fH liii-hi'U high;
color, blat;K; no markl. The owner U rtniuaated to
come forward, prove pioeriyt and pay lMrbra al
(he law direrll' J. M lllMDS,
July 9, 1J. Bhertffind Jailor of 1). 0.
Committed to Jail
Q Daemiou (.wuniy, inn., juiy a, ten, a x'kro
Mau, wko ayi b a name H Rr.Lllr.N, eara be
oeioiiKi to l'attou'i Melre, of DavuloTil-nuty. T. nn.;
aged '1 yeari; wefKhl 176 unde; hilghl, a fret 7 S
luchn; volor, black; rear on riKhl wrist. The owner
li req ueieil to nuim forward, i rore iiroriy, and pay
cbai-gei, at the law dlrecte. J. M. IIIMU.N,
July t, 16nx Ul. bbormauu jailor oi li. u.
Committed to Jail
OF Paeli'eon Cutinly, Tenu., Julr B.1K6J, u Negro
Man, who saji hia nauie U : i; I . 1 . . . fj be
belong! lo Van AiImi, of Wr bite t'ouuiy, Tenn.; ayed
1H yeura; wniph! K.U pounda; 4 leet tl iui h-e high;
color, bluk; email 'aroo l''lt fnreDnger. The owner
In r- iiinetd to ci-me forward, prove proter'y . and pay
chargue, aa the law dnecta. J. II. HIM m,
July M,186 St.
Bkcriff aud Jailor of li. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Kavldaou louuly, June lih ISli'i, a negro mM
who inye hie nauii. n AUHAHAM; eaya ha bolonui
to .Saronol AtkenMin of t'beatlmut oounly Tenn ; eg.,
about ill or 13 yeari old, weiKhi about 14.1 or 150 lhi ,
A feet i Inchea bhrh, copper .v.lor, erer on chink
afe'iil oue li.cb long, email Hutreuge if the hair above
The ownor In rrqueated to come fo'werd, prove pro
perty, iad pay chargHt, aathe law dlrt-cti.
J f I11NTOV,
)une2 3t SlierirT and Jailor of D. C.
Paii.t I'aioa, per annum Oo
" ' week
Taj Wiiiit Cxiox, leraunnm, fa 00
Wli L'mhj, per annum (J 00
RA.TKS OF ADVKKT1S1M.
On C olumn ,
Sw Nlock Jual r!C'leI and for nale
low to Oloe out CoueliiiiiueiHa.
(jj utile, fait, lor rale by
CONNOR It BRO.
Committed to Jail
OF PavMleon enonty, June ti, 1RGS, negro man,
who lay! hi! name ti Udb; aayi be be onge
lo Thomaa C. Walker of Maurv count), Tenn-; age
boot IN or ilil yram old, weigh! about 160 poumli,
i frot 3t Inchea In biegrit ; oolor blatk, no marki,
Thdownerfa requeatvd to come forward, prove pro
perty, atd pay chargee, aa tue law ill ecu.
j. ai. niniu.-a,
Jnni20 31 SheriffauJ Jailor of D.C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davld-on ixianty, June I'M, a negro man
who aayi ku name ia ARTHl'K ; and bel' ngi to
Win C. bmart ol Warren oounty, T'nii., ego.1 about
4e yeari ; weighs about 146 or 160 pouuua ; a rVl
Inchea hlg'i ; oolor black ', h'tavy wuiakera.
The owner u requoatea to oorae nirwaru, prove
property, and pay chargee, aa the law dlrecte.
j. m. ru.mipt,
une2 3t ftberlg aud Jailor of II. C.
m uaa oa uw to oomnrrcn a Rqrai )
1 square, 1 day, II 00 each addiloual Inaertiun I M
' " 1 Weelt , 9 Do aach el'1itlunal wqnare 1 60
" t " 4 fro " " " i no
" 1 month, 00 " " ' 1 00
" a no " " 6o
" I " 12 00 " 6 01)
' 0 " 18 00 " " " I 00
a i W a oo " " io io
Xo ADVTCRTIeJKIt in DKTAIL
Til BATK8 WILL R! aa rriLLOW.i :
Quarter Column, 1 mi nth (li 00
" i yu uo
i" g " 24 oo
a " 4n (-0
" " 12 " OO 0')
,. 1 mmith. , ,. ill Mi
y 3o ui)
J ii So 00
it M OJ
U b& (io
,...1 ' H CO
2 " 40 (l
" " g " 4' CO
ti . 6 ' 70 0
' " 12 " 110 00
Adverlirem'iul! occupylnix any racial pnAlllon trt
imIi, 2(1 per caul, addltiou'il i iprclal nwltiou cumue,
1U per Ceo,
Hf Artvertiiemcnti Inaerted In the tw al Colurrn
obareed at iherateoi twi-ntr cent! per hne
Cbangee may be made putlodtenlly when agreed
npon; but every euch chauge will Involve xua ex
Ivnae. to be paid for hr the a lvcrtleer.
" A iee? 7iti "t ejeaerf dig rfe.euar etmtrarUd fortcill
til caaryad for 14 txryaa.
Marriage and funeral rvllrc
Wheu exceeding fire linen, will be churg'd at the
ueiuil aivert'img raira.
Annonnrciuc-nti of I'ancllttalra.
Foa sttx Orncgiui $10 PO
' C ou!tv a 00
" Cltl " 00
laih required m advitnce for all advert lee.nicnu.
anl(wa by iiejlal agreamont.
We, the nndenlgnod, have tb:a d.iy adopted the
above raU-a, to which wa bind ourKelvca atrlctly to
WM . CAMIROV, for (he r.
JDI1N WALLACE, for the Vialrh
Nnuvmjr, Trnu., July 12,
OijiMfa -John Baiigh.
JirW iieuceauaf Wm. Yarhroi.gh.
I.ieMfeaoaC John H. DaTll.
olioeiaen Win. Jeokeou, Jobu Cavondor, Nich te
vie, Jo.d PhllMJ, Wm. Baker, John Cottrell, William
Mayo, John Knglei, J. W. Wright, John l'urkelt,
Robert ttuott, W. C. Krancli, Thomaa Francli, Andrew
Jnyre, David Talri.and ( burlei Hn'ltt.
taT Tbo Polloo Court H ojemixl evory morning at
Meruf Jamei M. Million. i.jwNm-TIioiuiui llob
eon uiid J. K. Iluchanau.
Itegutir Phlneaa Garrett.
3'n.Jee W. Jaipur Taylor.
CWoHir N 11. Ilelehe'.
JVeaiyer Jobu rbltt.
J.Veeem Collator J !. Ilrll.'jr.
.uilro.iil Tir Collretm- W. 1). R .kiirUon.
M.lfa.r Ml A.ulr.Ja litii'C-Jehn ). Uliwcr
aud J. I: Ni eiiiin.
JuJoa Hon. Jameu Whltw illh.
Cr P. I lUiMny Nklril.
t-Thu Judge'! Court luecti the Bret Mondiiy In
iu h mouth, ai d iho Unaiterly Court, coiupocud of
the Mailalratta of the Ci unty, n held tho Brut Mon
day in Jiuuiry, April, July and October.
Ju.ili-Uiin. Nathaniel B ut r.
l Urk favid 0. l,ovo.
jtaTThe Court mouta the Bt Slomlay In March
Ju.loa Hon. William K. Turner.
( lei Charles K. I;igul.
44- The Court mot l the Ui at Mumlay In April Au
guel and Itecenihur.
(.M.'.ir Hon. fiiinuel I). Frlxron.
CUrk and .Ufr .1. K. (ileavel.
The Court lueetl llm Ural Momla) In May and
IOC) bol" iA''T' lnr ' 1,7
Colli KOI'K, for talo by
CONNOR A BKO.
bb'i Coal OIL, lor aale by
I f hall bbla.
, for aale by
CONNOR A RRO.
e y rl.r..n MltnoMH. lor aule bv
ltJlJ ana Connor buo.
boxeaSOAl', for ale by
CONNOR A PRO
boxee STARCH, for aale by
14) chueliTkA, lor aaln by
1 lit ap 8
CONNOlt A BRO.
I. 0. 0. T.
r Ilii.a.Uraud S.'0rlarv. iboul I be al'lnwi' d
at AuaA.io'!, TaMD.
rnuw tiafi, A'o. 1 Meet! every Tu.a ay Even
Ing.at tbuir Hall, on the comer of I'ulmi and Hum
mer ureei. The uffliW! fi the preaeut term, are:
O. B. Lciueur.N C; J. K. U.lLs, V.; J. I. W..W ey
rWreiaiy; I. K fpain, Treuauier.
TVla L...lji. So. ID Meet! al the lino i!a.
. very Mond.iy Kvnlng. The ora.rri are : R. A
(aiupbell, N 11.; lleury Apple, V.O.;
Nvreiaiy ; 11. Brown, Tn aaurcr.
f)i.l-y ... A'" 00-Heeii al th. ir Hall, on South
Hilary llreol, every K-i lay Kveiiing. Ihn i.nn era
O C. lovrt, N tl ; Fiank llnrinaii, v ;
CONNOR A BRO
Committed to Jail
OF Iarl(ion cmiuif , Juae UttiJ, ft DiVro
who hi nuin U Al-X, ftul blfiuu to Wm
.T.iM.repK'or ol W i iua en.; upe yearn old ; wi-ighi uboul
100 or lt5 puiuula ; 6 feet f IikIiot liivh; color black :
M'rtiu tft'uDd tiucr oft bMDd.
Th ownr U roqnostnd to oomt frwrd, pruv
i prp-5rty, kud pay clir(toi u tbe law dlrot-ta.
June2?--3I Rb-riffftud Jailer if 0. ('.
Committed to Jail
OT David n couuly, .Inne 9A, lHi2, ft Dogro ujlio,
who y Hii nam I ltMNIKI.; ;iy he bitnn.-ii t
Mr. l.uxliik 0. 11m. wn of M iiiry couat J . nc.tr t: k
Hiil. T na; a ahonl '.'3 vrjir old : wp about 170
r lfto iKiuud ; 6 lent ll V :n-.i.p Iii.h, am ill wur iu
Ibe owner It r?nuciicd to com forward, prove vro-
porty, aud pay cburgoa.aa tlia law dltfKia.
j. jn. in ?i iu.1,
Jui-29 3 t Fhorlff and Jullnr of D. C.
WKDNKSIY MORNING, JULY 30, 1862
0 F r I C I A L .J
LAWS OF THE UNIT LD .STAT ES,
Pautd ut the Second Stssieti of the Thirty trvmth
half chiwta t M , lor aale by
) cudire TKA, for wle by
I -w ap 1
CONNOR A BRO.
Committed to Jail
V taviusnu cMinly, Tenn. , June 10, U'ti2,
CONNrtR 4 BRO.
boce Yeael POWIlfcW, lor erne by
ml. Si II 'A, lor inle hy
COSXOR A BP.O.
CONNOR A BKO.
grei! MATtIlk.-, fur aale hr
CONNOR A MHO.
a)?l boaiw star CAMH.t,lurialH by
Zt) ap8 CONNOR
it bnkea Col KKK, lor auo hy
CO au H
CONNOR A CO.
1 A bbll. VINKiiAK, I r aaio uy
jklufALMON.f r iale tj
,lor a. c hy
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO-
r klta HtKRINU, for lulu hy
kite MUD, fur aale by
-av ap 8
CONNOR A BKO.
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BKO.
' taviusnu county, Tenn. , June 10, U'ti2, a negro
, who aayi lic-i n'tma m jiia.na, ainl leiuiite
In Ri le.rt llliaina. or rral.kllll, Ky , "ga about 17
or 18 year ; 6 feel 2 I lie Ilea high ; ; welkin about 120
Pol. no! ; du'k oopfier color, 'iliu mvuor n ).M;uested
to come forwai d, prove property, arm pay rhirgea aa
llieliwillr.ru J. ll. II1M'S,
pinej08t SheriTand Jailor of I).
Committed to Jail
OK I'avltl.Mio i-ouaiy, Juert llithj 102, a nrgro mar.
who biiya hi! unnie li. klll.llN lay! he belong t
Joleph tarter, of .11 ilrahvll coillity, Ala, ago about
21 eare ; woigha lob pounili , 6 tret 7 lnrhea high ;
roior bi-icit , rr uy buru above tne itg'itwri-t
The owner la rq'io.tid to coiui forwaril, prove pro
lurry, and iay chargoeai the law direct.
J. ill. Ill.MU.",,
Juuela St f-'herill a it Jailor ll C.
Committed to Jail
OK Oavidaon counnty, June )"ih, lti02,a negro man
who lava bn n.nno ia IiANIKI ; a tyl be beioii-:a
i Riciard iHna, i f M rhall cnnnly, Ja.taie ab'-ut
31 or V2 yeari ; weihi I '10 or 106 to. ; 6 11 at 8 lu'hea
bgu , uo mat ke ' color h'ark. The owner tl ri-acted
to come lonxiird, prove projxitly, ami pav ehargea
aa me law ilucclM. .1. M. II 1 KTON,
JunelH at HUerllf and Ji.lor, l. C.
1(1 bhli THOCT, for aale by
1 1 ' ap 8
1 V bhli
4bbia. C1HKK, lor laluhy
UiNN'OR A BUO
MACKKKKL, for aale by
Committed to Jail
fv liivblaou county, June llth, ln-i.', a nero men
CONNOR A B!tO.
ill.lllSi), lor aale by
CONNliR i ndO
boi.e Dried Sra'ed, fir aale by
O kege NAIl.-l, foraalo by
CllNNOR A BKO.
CON NOR A B '.O.
Kf bbll Cruihed Hugar, for aale bv
)W ip8 CiiNNOR A BRO.
1 f bitga MKAi , for lale by
ZO ap 8
who rayi bi u-imu la aaKON ; eayi be helonga ui
Jo Carter, of U.irati.iil couut) , Ala ; lied about Id
yeata ; weUha about 140 or I4f reuLda. 6 leot I. luclei
no ni itki : ixilor black. Toe owuer n rcqiieit-
ad lo .wioie 'orwaril, provo pruperty, and p.iy chargii
ualie law illrecu. J li lilrn.,
jui.cl!i-ot Mierin anu juiior oi i. i .
Committed to Jail
Of avldhnu uiunty, Jui.a .Uh, lHtii a ngro man
wliOftaT-i bia name la ALKX ; HVf1 bo bolotn
I.) Imov Hui "tb, of i ftvi'lnoQ 04Kiiiiy. Tenn,; uyi
aboul il rrit ; weigh Uo or li0 p-uuixl ; 6 lf L 6Si
tmhes tiigb; cujiptT i-uior ; uoft.arka. Tin- owu"i m
! riqucatod io c'Ihj firwrd, prova properly, au-l pay
cbai, livi t' law dirtx U,
I. 111. IllftiUl,
)ur;el8 St Muria uud Jailor it I- 0.
&if W'' KlrOt'K, for mI by
U)VJ ap! (KiNVORABKO
canki HaUH, fvr anl by
DQ caiki HIHL74, lor lain by
CON NO A B1VV
CllNNOR A BRO
Committed to Jail
OF HeVHimm county, Jine 14, lltei, a negro miu,
wboiiya bia naiue I OKOkhk WiMIHSii loN j
lava ha'lH'iunea Ui "arv Aun Vearian, ol varren
oounly. Rv . aifi-d about 4Ueam; weutia I 0 or iho
Ibl ; 6 reel 7 IlirDei higtl ; color oiara ,auta- rear uu
forrtiead ; ttmall g leler. Tueowiiur ll rupies-leil to
come forward, prove proierly and tmy .hargia aa
J. 11 . Ill -a il.
O'f bhli tluu I'OTATOICS, fo ial.hjr
ZKJKJ ap8 CONNOlt A B RO.
the law Uirerla.
rthorifl aud Jailor of I). C
ti iJaideii ril.l'.li, for i.la hy
HANOI; A into.
W. M. klullory, Trtamrer.
Aurora U-lf. So. 105, i;erni.iii)-Me..u at the
Hall, con er of Uulon and Hummer itrceli, every
rhiireday Kv.nlug. The nlBixirg are : Cliarhw Rich,
N U., P. Fne.linii i, V.H.; Bltli rinh, Sk-cretary ;
Jrlog Pa.-u,aonl. So I -Meet! at the above 111
ou the lii.l aud third Wedneedi) l of carh inunth.
Tkeollicariare: J. K.Uii:i, C.P.;T. 11. Uollnde, 11 P i
li. F Fuller, BW.; 1'eur Harm, Jr., J W.; John F.
Ill le, rente , 11 K. Conor, Tieaaurer.
4W.ee Jfraiuk .Vc.i,p'aTi. A'e 4 Mode at the
ahoie Hal on the aeoond and fourth WeiluenUy
nlghuof each mouth. Tha oifl.vn are. Jaa. T !! h,
CP.; Henry Apple, II P , 1. Moker, r..W ; B Vr.cd
man, J.W. Cbaj lei Kirch.i, r-cr.bc; ). S. Want,
Sbbla Ouiou kl, lor .ale hy
apg CONNOR A BKO.
aj Unreal Canv..iaed 11 A YM, wllh a lai ga lot ol al'
JLV aiirli of Caula, which we will chwe out 'ol, at
our old lUltd, No. 6 Collegcltreet.
ip 8 B 11 tX)NN(IR A BKO.
Committed to Jail
I Y IVaviilbon comitv. Jim" la laea. a negro wan
V alii uu l.il urniie COI.I'XBI S ; Hit be bo.
lougl to lr. Wi'Kl.airaa, ol Maury c ouuljr . T. nu , age
about SO vaaret aelirhl aoorl lo or 14 pom.de 6
l.el 6i; larkri hlh ; loni; buahf hair ; I opuer color
uo niaikl. lha owner la requcairl p come h-r
ward, prove pr oriy au 1 piy rioirgei iti law ui
JuoelS St Hhenlf and Jailor ot I), c.
in i k i 1 1 1 1
ARRIVAL AND DEPASTUKK Or TRAIKS.
LouleviUe A Naihvdi K K. Train l.avwa al 7 , A.M.
" ' air. at 6 Jo, I' M.
Naihvlllc k lhaatur K K.l ain leavea al 6 00, A M.
air al 7 00, P M.
al 10 00. A.M.
al 8 21 ,1' M.
Na.ih A I'hallelioog It It Tram Wan
APAMS EXrEKoS CGUPANY.
OUTliT. So. Id, Kiku Siaur
Taraoul wlahiVJK lo .-tiu Frviibl and Pa. kayoa by
kua 21-irnvg lrd ol lloi loiuviLl.a m Nam
viua, a.d haiuvii.ii a an 1. hatii I'.iiluiui,
utuat have lite aaiuo ut Cm lu'Ki ty o'notk tl.e
aveuu'g pnv lone.
rf 1HK allenlton of elliieui, ilraugeri, and iHbera via.
I illni Naahvllle. renuirilig inoli.lal aid, la re.r,l
flilly cailed to Una oltlr., No 81 la-a.leru 1 akreel . auo.
oij.I door. Iielwe.'u I'lii rr and the eVj 'are
Or Coi.iaah ui au old praolili.il. er of ni.vlictua; bll
aliuoat unliui Unl ei notice and flattering lu.v.
for many yean paal, in ll.e treaiment ol ramvi I
bikl ludm-anl bkiu to devote bw ondivi. led all.
..., ui all .liaeaaM .of Una u.luro, Many rai tvl
Uiemi! Invelorale il.ar .cler have promptly y.el.le.1
U' hti tu. proved mein.al ol iroeuuei .
lri..,,v steom lliv. Tertiary and llarwlilery yp.
Ihl, ,on.rbtMk. leiK and ail dneaee ol I bo genua
aud ormary organ!, nieel with o realniaue" Ui nil
A female Irrrgularilieo d fmirll.mil Unlerao.e
menu id me Womb, and llie dlleala arming ll oui
towuiion aud H ioni,.l pa. lur liou.
.iyra.H Retuclblk Kupl ire, ant ol I1.ee, aid
ProU,ai'ul of Ihe Krnu. and nol c of Iwlula,
can be cored bv a procoia B.rly ml.l. If etlher
tl ll.elaller naa.a le un.leilakeu by IW. CT.il. mal, a
core il iiria-v air..n(ed, a. a ra.efl eiamioi'led
aiwail luea.-IHl III.' li.venary lu.t loallolil oC .aoH '
I rVk.urby bll lllioioveil uiettltal of opereling
leraoliaid either lei app I IV ' l" " ' '
(.Ira.ribmg iwlan Oe tli .1 ay ni'tn.i of any a. uu
l,...,!',.- J-ea.'..u be CuieJ.in uoa.1 caara, by U.V
auorlive meihod. m fl't ly eibl l.oun
Ciricl roiirldei.e.-, promd a'Ho li e. ami ualacau
ehar.w will goveru bun lib bn iroi.a
No m.rourr uud lu the lieaiiuent oJ wea
M.a.Hl.1 believe (.IO fc.-Kl CUie.1 ll proUU.'.l
luiKuanaM Ibau It at t ui glvlai lo oore
i.ntn. i. ...... lil lu kLa Bxirnu.l llll uw IS
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Committed to Jail
F Ikaviiiaon County. Teun . J'Ui blh, IW, tie-
J gro glrl.nimed Al.l.la; ihe belong! to
Irvlu ll. goe, of Maury County, Teen Sa'd girl
alKiul 18 or 20 yen old; w.ihi about 121) or IV)
D..nu'i; S ll t Inch. high ; lwo rina l icare on
lorvbead ; n ar on upper hp al the e.lge of ibe noeo
The owner li r.uUtli'd to come f rward, prm
proi-rly, anu pay i hai -a, aa th law du e.1!
' ' ' ' J M. HIbTOV,
JuneK-At riberiO aud Jalloi of I), C
Committed to Jail
coiinlv i ll lliel:ib of J ine. lafij
aroiuae win, aaM Im name n iAkii',auu
mya bo Ix-lougH to 1.4, y eiuiib, ol hnvi li"U cuonly
I. nu , ae uooul .'J yeaia , h ittil 1 .0 or IUI p un da
ft feet I ini eel h.;li no n. ilka ; color 0. ark. 'lb
owner la r.ap.ieu.1 to come forward, prove pre
poll aud .)' cbai,:ot. aa the law direct,'
I'CHLIC KhSOI.UTIuN No. 2.
JOINT RESOLUTION explanatory oru
ct entitled "An Act to incrraso the
duties on tea, coiroe, and siiRar," np
proTed twonty-fotirth December, eigh
teen hundred attrt sixty-one.
lie it retolved hy Ihe Semite ail Howe of
UeprfHewativee of the 1'iutol Mutt of Amer
ica in Cmures assaiJM, That tho Secre
tary of t lie Treury be and is hereby
authorized and directed to permit goods
warehoused at the date of the pat-sage of
"An act toinrrtasu Ihe duties on triv,coffee
and niigar," approved December twenty
futirtli, eighteen hundred and gigty-one,
to bo withdrawn on payment, of the du
ties imposed by the act entitled " An ac t
to provide an ineeageil revenue troin im
port, to pay interest on the public debt,
and fur other purpose," approved Au
cust 11 ftli, t'ichtM'n hundred and sixty-
one : and lo refund Buy excess of duties
above those imposed by said last men
tioned act, which nniv have been collect
ed on such goods already withdrawn,
any laws or parts of laws to tho contra
Approved, January Ji, iwj.
TcnLIC liKsOLUTlOX No. 3.
JOINT KKSOLUTION tuthoriziiiK Hen
ry lawyer to accept a mednl.
Be it rcWtW Ini the Senate arul Jhute of
Jlepre.mttattve.i of the UnveA Stitesof Amtr
ica in CVHifjvaM'mWcii, That Henry Saw
yer, consul to llrlnam, be ana he is
hereby authorized to accept the medal
recently transmitted lo him by tho King
of Holland, tor an act of humanity in an
elfurt to save the life of a subject of thut
Approved, January 11, 1(;02.
PCRLIC No. US.
AN AUT making appropriations fur the
sicnal service of the United States
lie it enacted by the Hi-iutte tiitd llmne c,
riti'e,senlUnes of the f inteil Naw of Jmer
ica in t'oiyw awrnWrii, Thai ollicers
teruporarily Herving a signal olllcers
bhall receive, for the tune they are bo
serving, the pay and emoluments of cav
airy o..loerl of I heir respective grades.
Sec. 2. A'idbtU further enacted, lhat
the following sums bo and they are hero
by appropriated, out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated
lor the manufacture or purchase of
signal equipments and signal stores, lo
eipiip and supply the forces now in the
lieid, twenty thousand dollars.
Fjr contingent expenses of the signal
department, one thousand dollar.
l'ur the manufacture or purchase of
bikjual equipments anil signal stores, for
countersign signal', to prevent the collis
ion of friendly ret-iiui nts, thirty-four
thousand nine hundred and lilly dollars.
Approved, 1-Vbruary '22, 1(502.
tion to be fixed by tho .'-ecretary of the
Treasury: Vrovide'i, lhat such rates
hall in no ense exceed those now allcf-Wa
ed by law for the several persons simi
larly employed in the cilice of tho said
Assistant Treasurer. Th compensation
for 6tn:li additional clerk, messengers,
and watchmen, for tho current and next
fiscal yrar, shall be paid out of any mon
eys in the Treasury not otherwise ap
propriated. J.Mtiujites lor compensation
for such additional clerks, messengers,
and watchmen, after the next fiscal year,
shall bo submitted by the Secretary of
the Treasury with his annual estimates.
Sec. 2. And he. it further enacted, lhat
Iho said Assistant Treasurer of Iho
United Stales at New York bo and he
hereby is further authorized to appoint.
with the approbation of the Secretary of
the Treasury, a competent person frovn
among hi clerks who shall be called the
Deputy Assistant Treasurer of the United
States. The aaid Deputy Assistant
Treasurer, in addition to the duiics per
formed by him and any others which he
may be required to perform by the said
Assistant Treasurer, is hereby author
ized to witness ths execution of any and
all transfers of Government stock, and
powers of attorney, and sign all receipts
for patent fees and bullion receipts, with
like effect as if Ihe satuo were witnessed
and signed, respectively, by the said
Assistant Treasurer iu person. The
said Deputy Assistant Treaeurer shall
receive an additional compensation of
one thousand dollars per annum, to be
paid out of any money in tho Treasury
not otherwise appropriated : 1'rov'ded,
That tho total compensation received by
him shall nj)t exceed three thousand dol
lars per annum.
Sec. 3. AndlU further enacted, That
the sum of two thousand live hundred
dollars be and Ihe same ia hereby appro
priated, out of any money in the Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, for tho
purchase of blank checKi for tho use of
Approved, March C, 1802.
TCBLIC IiKSOLCTIoS No. 10.
A KliSOLUTION for tL.e collection of
7iV;t'fv hy the Senate ami JJotue of Hep.
resthtativen of tlie United Slates of America
in CuiKjrem un.itmliled, That, in order to
dcvclope, concentrate, and bring into ef
fective action tho mechanical and other
resources, of the United States, for the
suppression of the rebellion and the fu
ture delcnce of this Ciovernment, the su
perintendent of the Uv iistis bo authorized
furnish tho secretary ot War with
such war statistics as from time to timo
tho Secretary may Indue necessary for
the use of his Department.
Approved, l ebruary 22, 1002.
i id, a-iy
J M HIM'IIN,
eVoirirt an-1 tailor of I' C
Committed to Jail
F Hel Ui u I oui.lt , Irnu , June 12 10J, a no-
gro nun, woo nil rauio ih .'H till.r.v aud
lo Uu L I lll,.lit"er 2 uolel teyoud Hr.nl-
w.ki.I, u Wi li. mum r.iiibtv loci , aboul 11 y.ora .4
are, weigh aboul 1 y p..nn.ii ; k f el i( liube
In.li . Bear . a hack u( h-l'l bind. The owu.-r ia re
4 ..-l.u lo i- ui I rear i, pint I r perly, end pay
i .aigei, a 0.,, ,i Uiroiii
J M IIINT.lN,
juueli 'it Shei Id ai d Jail r ul ! C.
y IR a. by
1 Alarkai iuwi.
l'l UMC No. 31
AN ACT to provide for the nppoiiittnoiit
c.f additional clerks in the oiliee of tho
Assistaut Treasurer at New York, and
for other purposes.
lie it en icted ly 0a fruate and If.. use if
Iiefnewntatiivi "J the I'uited Stairs i f Amer
ica in Cnires.i ci .) ...'ci. That Iho As
sistant Treasurer of the I nil d Stales al
New Voik be and he h.iel.y is author
ized lo appoint, from tune to time, by
gin I with the consent und approbation of
tin) Secretary of the Treasury, Such oth
er clerks, ineesenger, and w atchuicn, in
addilion so thi.su already employed by
hitu, aa the exigencies of the public btisi
mas way require, at rat. s ot cuinpcnsa-
JOINT liESuLUIION in relation to
certain railroads in the State of Missouri.
Wheieas by the fourth sectiou of an act
of (.'engross enluled " An act granting
tho right of way to tho State of Mis
sotiri, and a portion of the public lands
to aid in the construction of certain
railroads in said State," approved June
the tenth, eighteen hundred und lilly
two, it is provided as follows: "That
the said lands hereby granted to tho
said State, bhall be subject to the dis
posal of the Legislature thereof, lor the
purposes aforesaid and no other;" and
the said railroads shall be and remain
public highways for the use of tho
Government of the United States, free
from toll or other chargo upon Ihe trans
portatiou of any property or troops of
the tinted Males; ana whereas tne
siiid grant of lands lias, by virtue of
said act, ami ot an act of the Legisla
ture of the State of Missouri, been ap
tjlicd in the construction of the Han
nibal and Saint Joseph railroad,
constructed and owned by the Hannibal
and Saint Joseph Kailroad Company,
and the lacihc railroad by the 1 an lie
Kailroad Company, which last-men
tioned road is linisiied and running
from St. Louis to Holla ; and whereas
tho ability of said railroad companies
to transport the properly aud troops
of the Lulled States over their respect
ivo railroads has boon greatly impaired
by the destruction of bridges, depots,
and other property of said companies
and the partial destruction of said
roads, and in view of the pressing
public necessities, the United States,
not waiving tho right to havo their
property and troops transported free
Irom toll or other charge bv said ran
roads, as contemplated by the reserva
tion aforesaid, have resolved as follows :
Therefore be il
liesidced by th'. Senate and llouie of li V
re.aentativt.ittlte United Stales cf America
ii ('niiijie.is ustt tidded, That the Secretary
ol S ar is hereby authorized to make
such an adjustment with tho Hannibal
and Saint Joseph Kailroad Company and
the Kacilic Kailroad Company, for the
transportation, past and ptospective, of
the property and troops of tho United
States, over said railroads during (lie ex
istence of this rebellion, as in view of the
public exigency may brajjusl and rea
sonable, arid liquidate the same : Provided,
lwum er, That the sums paid to said com
panies shall be as near aa may be the cost
of transporting such projH-rty and troops,
and not exceeding the pines llxed by the
M ar Department on the twelfth day of
July, eighteen hundred aud sixty-one,
lor transportation by railroads, which
adjustment and liquidation shall preclude
any further claim on behalf of such com
panies against the Government for com
peusatiou id damages previously accrued,
or for the military occupation of the said
loads by the LTnited Mates Government
tip to the time c.f the passage of this act :
And pi.jcided fwtliei, That the Secretary
of War may, in his discretion, withhold
fr. tu time to time such portion of the
moneys which may be due to either of
said railroad companies, to iiiueuuiifv the
tiovel inn. nt agaiiif t any failuie c.f em li
company to promptly traii'qxirt such
tr.K ui.d f iii,iln h ; but nothing herein
shall In so construed as to prevent the
Secretary of r from tatting poac er.iou
of said railioaii and their appurtenances,
and applying the same to thccxduai.e
nse of the Government whenever, in bis
judgment, the public interests rosy re
quire it, without, in such case, compen
sation to said companies.
Approved, March 0, 1802.
Vvblic Kksolvtiok No. 13.
A KI'SOLUTION for the relief cf the
loyal pur Won of tbo Creek, Seminole,
Chickasaw, and Chocktaw Indian.
Resolved by tfte. Senate and lhuse of litre
s' iitatues of th" L'm'tsd States of America it
l angress asmiblL That the Secretary of
the Interior be authorized to pay out of
the annuities payable to the Sominotrs,
Creek, Choctaws, and Chickasaws, and
vi hich have not been paid, in consequence
of the cessation of intercourse with those
tribes, bo, much of the same as may bo
necessary to he applied tj the relief of
such portion ef said tribes have re
mained loyal to the United Slates, and
have been or may be driven from their
homos in the Indian Territory into tho
State of Kansas or elsewhere.
Approved, l ebruary 22, 1SG2.
I'cbmc Kesom'tion No. IL
A KES0LUTI0N providinz a steno
grapher for the joitTt committee ap
pointed to inquire into the conduct of
Hesolnd hy the Senate and Ihu-ie of Hep-
renenttUives vf the Unitl Slates of America
in Congress assnnlded, That the joint com
mittee on the conduct of the present war
bo authorized to employ a atenogropher,
who shall bo paid by the Secretary of the
Senate out of the money already appro
priated to meet tho expense of said
committee, at the same rate of enmpensa
tion as that received by the reporters for
the Congressional Globe.
Approved, lebruary 22, 1802.
rtnr.ic No. 91.
AN ACT to secure freedom to all per
sons within the Territories of tho
Be it enacted by Otei Seriate and House vf
Representatives of Uit United Slates vf America
in Uunyress assembled, That from anfi after
the passage of this act there shall be nei
ther slavery nor involuutary servitude in
any of tho Territories of the United
States now existing, or which may at
any time hereafter be formed or acquired
by tho United Stales, otherwise than in
punishment of crimes whereof the party
shall have been duly convicted.
Approved, June IS), 1(502.
Piblic No. 05.
AN ACT to change the location of the
port of entry lor the l uget Sound col
Be it enacted hy the Sentite and House of
liciireseiitutivts cf ilit United S'atenof America
in Congress assemljM, That from and afler
the first day of October, eighteen hundred
and sixty-two, tho port ol l'ort towns
end, in iho district of l'uget Sound, in
Washington Territory, is hereby abol
ished as a port of entry; and that l'ort
Angelos be and is hereby established a
the port of entry and delivery for the
said district from and after tho said
Approved, Juno 19, 1.S02.
rcnLic No. 3.
An Act rilativo to court, martial in the
Be it enacted by the Senate and liaise rf
Representatives of Vie. limted States of Am
rica in Congress aisembUd, That in time of
war the commander ot a division or sep
arate brigade may appoint general courts
martial, and confirm, execute, pardon,
and mitigate their sentences, as allowed
anil restrained in the sixty-tilth and
eighty-ninth articles of war to command
era of armies and departments: I rovided,
That scn'cimcs of such courts extending
to loss of life or dismission of acommis
sioned officer shall require the corllnna
tion of the general commanding the army
in tho held to which the division or brig
ade belongs: -4n. provided farOter, That
when the division or brigade commander
shall be the accuser or prosecutor, the
court shall be appointed by the next high
Approved, December 21, 1801.
Pi BL1C No. 4
AM Act to provide for allotment certifi
cates among the voluuteer forces.
lie it enacted by tlie Senate and Uuust of
IieprescnUitwes at tlie United Statet of Ame
rica in Congress anseinl led, That the Presi
dent of the United Stales glial! appoint
for each State having volunteers in the
United Slates service, not exceeding three
persons, who shall be authorized by the
President s commission to vint the sever
al department of the army iu which
volunteers from their respective States
may bo, and there procure Irom said vol
uiil.ters from time to time their respective
allotments ol their pay to their lamilie
or f i iends, duly certified in writing, and
by them, or by aoiue commissioned onice
of such department, attested in pursii
anco of such order as may be made for
lhat purpose by tho Secretary of War,
and upon which certified allotment the
several paymaster shall, ategrli regular
payment to troops, give drafts payable in
the city of New York, to llm order of such
persons to whom said allotments went or
may be made.
Sec. 2. Aid I it fm titer euattd, That
tho persons appointed as commiss'nners
to carry into ellect the preceding section
of this act shall receive no pay or
emoluments whatever from tho Treasury
of the United Stales.
Skc 3. Aiul U it furtlirr enacted, That
the ll It tk section of the act of Iwelllll
J une, eighloi a hundred and lilly .i i;ht,
giving fullers a lieu upou Ihe eoliln r'a
pay, he and tlie same is hereby repealed;
ami all lobulations gitiu;; sutlers rights
and pr ivilege beyond the rules and at ti
tles of war be and the same are heirbv
Approved, Di-c mil r 21, 1-01.
I Pi i l. lc No. 5
An A' r making an appropi iai ion for tun
boats on the Wehl.-rn riveig
He it eiuu Ud hi the S, n de and ! uie i f
li'1'ie-.ciilaia et of tU L'r.Uti iZaiej of Ame
rica in Congress assrnldett, That tho sum
of one million cf dollars '.i a:td the same
I hereby appropriated, out of any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropri
ated, for gunboat on the Western rivers.
Approved, December 24, 1801.
ItKSoLlTniN Pen.!.: No. 1.
Joint Rr.son rioM expressive of the re
cognition by Congress of tho gallant
and patriotic services of the lato ttrig
adier General Nathaniel Lyon, and the
ollicer and soldier uuder hi command
at tlie battle of Springfield, Missouri.
Resolved by tin Senate and Hvus of R,p.
revnla'ictsof the United Stales of America
in Cmgresi nisenil.M, 1. That Congress
deems it just and proper to enter npon
its records a recognition of tho eminent
and patriotic services of the late lhiga
dicrUeueral Nathaniel Lyon. The coun
try to whoso service ho devoted his lire
will guard and preserve his fame as a
part of it own glory.
2. That tho thanks of Congress are
hereby gireu to the brave officers and
soldiers who, under tho command of the
late General Lyon, sustained the honor of
the (lag and achieved victory against
overwhelming numbers at the battle of
Springfield, in Missouri, and that, in or
der to commemorate an event so honor
able to tho country and to themselves, it
is ordered that each regiment engaged
shall be authorized lo bear uihmi its colors
the word "Springfield," embroidered in
letter of gold. And the President of
the United States in heiehy requested to
cause these resolutions to bo read at the
head of every regiment in the army of
the United States.
Approved, December 2f, 18C1.
Pi-ruc No. 27
. cat .... . -1 - .
av aj l io auinorizo a change of ap
propriation for the payment of neces
sary expenditures iu the service of the
United Slates for Indian A flairs.
Be it entu ted by tlie. Senate and House cf
Representatives of the UnitM Stoics of
Ameiva in Congress AssetnlM, That the
Secetary of the Interior Iks and I hereby
atitliorixed t i pay to Urnjamin Davis,
late Superintendent of Indiau Affair for
the Territory of Utah, such sums as may
be lound one to him on the Settlement of
Ilia accounts a superintendent, said pay
ment not to exceed tho sura of nine
thousand seven hundred and thirly dol
lars and ten touts, and which shall bo
paid out of the miexpriiiled balance of
he appropriation made br the act enti
tled " An net to supply deficiencies in .
the appropriation for thnsiuvice of the
hscal yrarentliug thirtieth June, eighteen
hundred and sixty," approved May
twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and
sixty, lor the payment ol the ludian
agent in Utah I Approved. I'obuarv
PiBMc No. 13.
AN ACT to py the expenses of the
special committee of the Hotiaeof Hep
resentatives, appointed July eighth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-one, to
ascertain and report in regard to con
tracts with any Department of the
Government for pro isions, supplies,
Be it enaded by ths Senate aii.1 House of
Hem es nttitiies of the United Stales of A mer i. a
in Comrest assembled, That there be ap
propriated, out of any moneys in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the
sum of ten thousand dollars, or so much
thereof as may he necessary, to pay the
expense of the special committee of tho
House of hepresenUtives appointed on
the eighth day of July, eighteen hundred
and sixty-one, to ascertain anil nqsn t iu
regard to contracts made with any De
partment of the Government for provis
ion, supplies, transportation, oVc; and
said sum shall bo drawn from the Trea
sury upon tho order of (he Sergeaut-at-
Arms of the House of Keprrsentatives, as
the same shall be required from time to
tune by the committee having such in
vestigation in charge.
Approved, January ol, 1HI2.
rcilI.IC III Stil.l OlON No. 12. e
A KLSOLUTION giving the thanks of
Congress to the officers, soldiers, and
seamen of the army and navy, for their
gallantry in the recent brilliant victo
ries over tho enemies of tho I'uiuiaud
Refuh'ed ly tlie Senate and Hoiite of licp
revntalives of the Uiiittd Stales of Anierica
in Cvngresn nssemliM, That the thanks of
Congress are due and are hereby tender
ed to the oflicers, soldiers, and seamen of
the army and aavy of the United Stales,
for lite heroic gallantry lhat, under the
providence of Almighty God, ha won the
recent brilliant victories over the enemies
of the Union and Constitution.
Approved, l'ibi uary 22, 102.
Pi ni.K.-N,,. 10
An Act authorizing the Secretary of the
Interior to strike from the pension
rolls tho names of such person a
have taken up arms against the Gov
ernment, or who may have iu ny
manner encouraged the rebels.
He it eiiacte,l by tlie Senate und louse of
fl'lire'entaiise of the Unitnt Slates of
Anierica ill Compels aMrniiJel, That the)
Secretary of the lutuiior he and he is
he reby authorized and directed to strike
from the pension roil the name of all
such person as have or may hereafter
take up arm agianst the Government of
the United Statu, or who have in any
manner encouraged the re be 1 4 or mani
fested a sympathy with their rauio.
Approved, February 4, 11)2,
Kr-IIIX Kkl'itllfS 1;V WAV OK Uu VSn'lLI-K.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati
Twines say: .,
ll may aeem strange that you get new
from Kuhiiioiid by so roundabout a rout
llil. lint irnnii ,.f I), i- Kimiinior of
that city rea.-hed dpi. F.uVrl.u,
tc rv.aiid a ixniirrmli in it laiiiont
"the real ! ol killed, wouri led, desert
ed und miseiiig has been ip-t l
evi nty-live thousand el'i' ' .Mrf'le.lan
a.t.li.tvi. Infin-H ibe Colli. 'Icra'o capl-
I tal." This ra.inol be mm h le
I oue-La!f of the ubtl army.