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l'Ur.LISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF HUNTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND PE APE RICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, , FRIDAY AUGUST 1, 18G2.
1 ill. ' ITTTT a. TJk -T
Sattbson (Countn gircttorii.
JOHN IH OII SMITH, MaVr.
WILLIAM Ml .1MB, lle.4r.Vr.
' JnllN CIlLMTlLKY, M,ir,Lil.
D-puiv ITankib W. II. Wllklnfon, A. C Turkic,
ml Jancl A. tMeelej.
C'lerli oM Mark;! John I'huiiibley.e.r.ofllcii,, first;
Jm 1. Ryan.iecnnd ; nnd Jolin P.edtllrk, third.
T.i Jamur William Driver.
(.win. (olovtor A. II. WiiUiklaii'l-
N'vMr Tt C'llKiir It. H. rrll. '
yyjtjrr H. In urjr.
H lar Nutr Tinman Leake.
iiprri4iiaVnf qf Iat H'rjrUvUJ' J 0, t "Id.
AiijMrMriln tKe II ui.T IFm 1 .lalltCB Wyatl
7.ie o Hi fa ivarbiKinf John M. Seabury.
SrxUm of llm rVMWer T. It. Mi Bf i'l!.
Sri-.t IHmrrr1. L. Stewart.
t'itf Atlarnry Juliu M I'l.all Hlnlth.
KnaW AUtrmmH. M. Brien, PrMidunl ; J- K.
Nnwraan.O. A. J. Ma' livid, U.l. Snivel, Win. B Client,
bam, J. 0 Smith, M. U. L. Claiborne, ami Jaa. Robb.
Common Covmnl W . T. Jowl, President ; William
Roberta, T. J. Yarbroiih, Win. Iirlvor, Win. Stewart,
lioil Hongh.W. Mu!lln,.Iainci Turner, 11. M. South.
Kat, A. J. Coin, Jan. liavil, Andrew Anduraon, J. B.
Knowlii, and John Crcuity.
HAMiimi cmmiTriuu or Tin city cot'Hi u..
a'lH'tnoe Knowlcl, Scovol and Coll.
H'iiit Work Aodcron, Smith and Claiborne.
Hay Belli, Cheatham and I laiboruo.
H'W Newman, Stewait and Turner.
JopHuI Jooei, May Held andSlnau.
HcW. Ctwwtham, MaylteUt and Kuuwlea.
Vr Prftrfmml ready, lrlrer ami Newman.
;, Ifrivrf , Clieutlnun ami Ihivla .
(Vrarlnif Hinilli, Stewart and Newman.
Hatk'l Ifotlm RiiImtUi, 8Uart and TnrlliT.
Nam TIoiikIi, Claiborne 11111 l)avl.
j' i;bailiani, Ilrieu and Andereou
raiireIliHiKl1. ClallHrne and lUirn. j
H'orMiMiM 1ientliam, Mayni lil and Knowlee.
lmiynnrmrnlt ami Biniiihiret Cole, Honvel aud
i"Mi. fvi.er Hnen.CHiiathatn ahd Tumor.
ftt llvmt Maylleld, .loue" and lUiburU.
' "The- Board id Aldermen inrnU Uin Tuewli'
" neit rr eiinir the mvnnd and fburth Thnrednyi in
n w.i, lb, and Hie. Cuuimou Council Ilia xvuml
and luurtb Tbimilan lu cai-U laouth.
, . Vliai Ji.lin Bangli. '
Hr mmk Win. Yarliniuiili.
i.....u.l LunlrmiHl John II. lUvif.
Peli. nrti Wm. Jai kmin, Julin CaToniler', Nlrh Da.
via, Joel Phalli, Wm linker, John CMtro.ll, William
Mato, John Kailea. J. W. WrlKbt, John I'urkett,
Hubert rtt,W.C. I'ruiiria, Tbomu rraucle, Andrew
' Jnyee, Iluvld Yati'a, ami Charles llil'llt,
-Tlic Police Court la iipi'iicd cvi-ry niornlng lit
M,r,r Jauiiw M. Ihnton. I.im(ie Tln'nin Hob
non and J. k. Iliu huiau.
Hrguttr Plilliran Carri'tl.
Tnultt W. JaFior Taylor.
(Wan- N II. lliliber.
W.myr'r John (Virliitt .
Un-rnu I'uIfoW.ir l.li. Ilrliry.
Jiuirwiil Tlx CHr.l..r W. 1) lt .bi rtvi.ll.
Vwx.il ae or Hi .V
ml J. K. New man.
U l,h,J- J..l' I). liowiT
Ju,t,j Hon. .laiiH'H Wliltw.irth.
a-Tlie Jmli''! Court mi'rti the Ural Momlny in
pim'Ii month, and the IJuartorly Court, r.oinpiwi d of
(lie Mauletratee of the County, II held the llrit Mon
day in Jaiiunry, April, July and October.
Ju.le llou. Natbaiilel II ixler.
link I'avnl C. Love.
Jtsr-Tlie Court liu
aud septi inhor.
i'tl tin tlri-t Motiilay In Marih
Jt'.ji- - lli.n. Will in in K. Tin ut r.
7ri A TlmrloH K. piioii.
-Tho t tan 1 1 im't In llit lli-t lii!.tv hi Ajinl Ait
i)Ht iluJ UHH'nil(T'
F- ( 'A.iMi'W..r II. 'li. Sainui-l II. Krleryoii.
I'lrik .ia.1 Af.ia.'e .1. K OlcariMi.
tT Tin Curt nuK't tin' Hint Vlon.lny in Mny ami
I. 0. 0. F.
John T. Hint:, Oraml Se.-ri'tary, ahould be a lilrOKUiil
ut Nii.tlii.iH,', 7Vmii.
7'i iihui'i ....Ijc, .No. I M.-i'tii every Tuoa.iay : en
lnK,at tbt'lr ll.ill,on the oorner of Cuiou mid Sum
mer at rcete. I'lie ollt.uuu for the preai-nt li-llli,are:
O. S. Ueuaur, N li.; .1. K. Mills, V .;" J. L. Wcak'ey,
Sivrntiiiy : L K . Spain, Tro-iniiler.
JVale J-o-lie, Art. I' M.'ota lit the r-.-une phu
every Monday K.' a Tlie oitt.'.-ri are : It. A
Campl'i'll, N O.; Ilnnly Apple, V.l!.;J I. Talk,
tvvri'lniy ; B. V, llrovvu, Tn-uamer.
tSmllf-n 1....', .V'' W-Mei'le at their H ill, oil S lltll
Chen) ln.t, nery Friday voninn. The ol'.l.era
uiv O 0. l ovi rt, N II.; f rank H.un.all, V li.) Jalnea
W) nit, S.i Telary j W. M N illory, Trimmer.
Aur..i .ei'iC Ko. (Uerni.ii.)- Meela at Hie
Hall, eoroor ut' CuSoii ami Sunum-e tneln, eiery
rhuraday tCvrlilug. The oltli era in u Cl.arlea Rnh.
N il.; I'. Fr.edm.vi, V ll ; I'ltl. I li. b , S,vi. tary ;
i;ljAy Kncimm'Ht , S l-M.tlal the nl.i.i e B ill
on the Ural aud third We.lm'edayB ol" ea li loolilh
Vb.M.lll..iar: J. K Mill.. CP ;T.II. Heltr,.!.. II p ,
P. F Fuller, S W ; Peter llama, Jr., J W , John F.
Hide, S. rib. , B 11. Culler, Tri'.iMirer.
(Um. Itrowk iaeoaij '!. A'" '4-M.ela at the
aboie Ha'l oil tin" H'Colnl and tourth Ve.lne.dav
Uli:ht. of iMi h uiolilli The
. llu. ii are J is. T II. I.,
, Moker, S W ; B. Flicd-
C P.; Henry Apple, 11 !'; L. Moker,
man, J eh." " K
, l,. l, S ribe; J N. Wild,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OK TRAINS
l,.ulvllle Na.ln.il.' R I
NalhvlUv A IWalur R P.
I Train Liven at
. Ti am leax et. at
" arr at
7 !. A.M.
(i ;n, P M
0 00, A M
7 HO, P II.
Nai-h A Cl.alUuo.. K II
Tram I nave ll 10 00,
i at U J
til rli t :
No. Ill, I nuaill Sia.kr
Peraolia "h','8 u' ''" V'W ana Pa. katf. by
lha atorulli Trali.a ol Hie Ijiuvilui im Ni-n
MUX, and Ni.avllll o !' Tl a Ivall.a.iaiai,
uiiu,l bavithe aaiue at the lnHc by 0 u .ioik the
PaVIIWiH CoiTNTT DlRKCTOliT Continued.
SnLITAEY QUARTERS AND OFFICERS.
J'.. Ileftiliiiarteri on Hush trent.' len. Humotit
litlriii lliadiiuailin on Kunimor drool (Ir
t'urd'e retideuco.) Capt Orein, A. A. 0.
fraroM il.u.hul If. a.l.iuartiira on Church ilre..'t
(Fi niale Ar limy.) Col. Stanley Mattlic.
CUU Auitljnt Qiuirlermatltr lleadeuarterf on
'lu rry treol ; No. 10, ( lodge Cntnm'i realilencc.)
Capt. J. I) IlinKliam.
).(ul QiMrltrmatter (.liatlaniK.ga Peit Capt.
AmM.int o.,rln iiviwar Vine itroet, nnr Mrs.
I'olk'i nan I. me. Capt. K. N. Limb.
A9ilttnt Quartermaster No. 37, Market atrret.
Capt. J. M Hale.
t.kif Cemmutmiy II"ai!iuarUira, No. JO, Tine t.
Capt. II. M o Teely.
Onnmintary o AfuMueaoa Bioad Itrei't. dipt. S.
Ai'linj tmimiiMary of Haftiiilrnr Corni'r Of Droad
and Colii tu elr-.'t Lieut Clmitua AUu.
AfrWioiil IHrertar Summer atreet. (Iir. Fonl'a old
rimdonr.e.) Purgonn, K. Swin.
Jf'iliiiil Pwrnynr'i I " fhureh ilreet, Masonic
IltilldliiK. J. R . I'imi , Snr.ii, Bill Kentucky In
fantry, Acting Midlral Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Northorn Mall, via IajiiIhvIIIo, arrlvea Piilly, S.30 P.M.
" ' " leavi " 7.45 A.M.
Culuml.ia, via T h A. R.R. arrivee " 8.30 P.M.
" ' loavee " 6.10 A.M.
Slioll.JJillo, via N. h C. R R, arrlvoa " (.30 P.M.
" " leavoe " 10 00 A.M.
Jbanon, arrlra 12.00 M.
... leavea " i.00 P.M.
Mumiiliia Mail, lea Tel Pallr.va Uinlevllle nnd Cairo.
pi.ST.l)t'KlCK8 Ol'KN 1IUYU.NI LEBANON AUK
Walrrtown, Jeiiulng'i Fork.
POST OFFICES ON LINE OF W. k C. R.R.
Jordau'l Vallny, or Hhelliyvllle,
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
:.vi viissio.'M ITIFHt FM,
NO. 6 COIJ.EUC STRUCT.
New Block Juat received and for mlo
low to cioatJ out i oiiaiti iiiuenia.
Hbli. bait, tor Kale by
connor & nr.o.
J boim SALT, for aala by
CONNOR k nr.o.
CoiU ROI'K, for wile by
CONNOR A BRO.
bbli. Coal OIL, lor aala by
CONNOR k BI'.O.
t ( half l.l.li.
Coal OIL, for tale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 F.t l",'i BROtjia,Tiir aalc by
lOVJ ap8 (CONNOR A BRO.
n( boxeaSOAl', (or tale by
CONNOR It BIIO.
bon SI AKCli, tor aale by
CONNOR A BKO.
1 ulieali I'KA, tor aale
coNNOll A into
hairrlioataTKA, lor aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
It) cad Ira IK A, for aale by
coNNWR a nito:
I hon e Yittat I'OW II KRS, for aale bv
IV t a8 CONNOR A Bltll.
'.mk Sllhi, for axle b,
CONNOR a imo.
I uriwa MATCH US, for Hulo by
ap8 CONNOR BRO.
)' bo.-a Star CANIil.rS, (or aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
boiei CuFKhK, lor a.Ju by
U1VNOR X 00.
bhle. VINKilAlt, I t aale by
COS'NOK k BU0.
J kite SALMON,
OON'NOR A nWV
kila MA(;KKKKl,tfir ia!e by
CONNOR A BRO.
T klla IIKIllllMi, lor mile by
J ap 8
,) kit. SHAII, for ale l.y
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO.
I ( bl.. Tltncr, lor aale by
MiNNOK A BRO.
i tililn. UAl'KKItKL
for ela I'y
CONNOR A BKO.
tXINNOR A BKO.
. ClUKIl, (Or aalc
U hov.Ht dried I CHI M I
) ap 8
, r,.r aai e bv
CONNOR A BR1.
bono. Ill led Seali.il,
fir .ale by
CONNOR A BRO.
Jki'K.1 NiU.-, lor aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
, A bill. CrusheJ Sugar, (or aale by
J V I ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
Iv I F b'Mie MKAL, lor .ale by
-ZO ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
bbla Kl.Ol'lt, for ante by
CONNOR A BRO
CON NO A BRO.
cu.,. Sll.KS, lor aaio by
CONNOR A into.
b)f ( Id, la uiio I'D I a Ull-., lor aale by
V7V f ap 8 CONNottA
hole, t're.li liardi
SF.k'll, for .lie bv
CoNNOll A BRO.
I'l'.a U'eieu SKI'S, lor aaic by
CONNOR A BRO.
4 In.i'iva Canvaa.ed lUMS.aitha larti. lot ol all
1 m.rla of OiH.dH, wlne-U we a ill cloae out low. at
our oi.i aiiiiiu, no. 0 Laille.e alreet.
P 8 II II CONNOR A PRO.
'I 'UK aiieiiimn of eltiiriia, itruien, and oihera via
I iltnif N ah ille, riituirinr m.i.lal aid, ta ri.iiivt
rully eailed to Una ollloo, So. 81 U'aiterli k Btreot,auO'
on.l door, helwiM n I tierry and Die Npiare.
Or. toiiviN la an old praeliliouar o( uiedlclne, nil
aiiii.iai uui.in.i.-ii .'XiHTielice aud nallerini aum-ii
lor many ira pari, in llio Irealnienl (M vhivavi iiav
B-iifcH, lia iti.l.iied n i in to devote In uudiv I. ted altei
liou to all iltM'aae ii. tin. ualure. Maliv caaee
llie m.iel inveleralr cbarneler have ta-outplly yielded
in ilia iiiipri'. .'ii .iii iiii.ii in ireaiiin iii
Prmiail , S.',iudary , Ternary and Hereditary Hv lib.
Ilia, toiiiorrtiu'a, llieal and ad dneaaoi ol ilia yeutia
and uriuary iNgaiui, lu.xil waih uu reei.lauo tu hn
A telltale trretfiilanllrie and runrli.nial tederanta
tiieula ot the M'l.iub, and Hie diaeaao ari.ui ,UB
lowlalii.ll and III lliaiiK'.''! tmrlurll uat.
kvei v cajm ol Kiiliti ible Kuplur.1, and of llva.aed
I'rolMiw.ia of the Kii lum, an.l u..t cas. af V..iuia,
i an be i 11 red by a iroeera nearly iaiieiM If riibn
.1 ll.e latter i-ioo. I unJiTlakeu by Or. tVilemaa, a
cure 1a latviriaMv wvi tiinnl, ae a careful exainiitaileil
aiw l a jn.H.'lil llie nmaiaaai y lu.l u al mlia of atvoaM or
dini.iv 1.) Ina impruirO laelbod m iiku.idj
r..m..i.. ol u.liieriei apply. n ta k ra..a ,t by ItrtlM
( leiM i di.i., cjv ) a Hie fli al aipl.'Uia ofauyai .iui
, i IU' diMM.'. cau be cured, tu luiall cA.ua, by Ul
almrliv. uu'IIukI, iu lorly e.ylil hourl.
Slriel coi.Odelici, pri.mlil alU'iili.'U, and romUirata
charin a, will ...veil biln a .lh 111. ialMii.
a).T" No meri'urv ued in the lrellutHil of iwenwa
Jumvi. u bii Utiei(il analoauallt prtHlm.w I
Tuiwilvaai lliaa thai ll w (ivua to care.
tirtioe hour lie in iubt la Hie murauii till at
lh..v,iu. JauW, '0-ly
T K U H S :
Oaii.T Caiojf, per annum
. . 80
i .. week,
Tat Wintr L'siov, per .iiDnn), ..,
WxtT U.vtox, per annum
HATES OK AUVnUTlSING.
( via i.:mb ii in to oodiTiTt'TI a actral l )
Sqoarr, 1 day, fl 00 earn addltonal inaertlon $ M
" I a iwii , 9 "O who aildilioaal aquaro 110
.. .. 4 (,0 .. ii i. 2 00
" 1 month, 8 00 " 3 00
" U " 00 " " 4 60
" 3 " l!l 00 " ' " " t 0
" " 18 00 " " 00
ll ij li M no i. ii ii 10 00
o Al)VJf.IlTI.SIi:itB In DIirrAIL
tbi Rim wim. u jii pni.t.(.'ii :
Quarter Column, 1 mcuth..
, 'M m
. xn on
, 40 to
. 20 KU
, S.1 oo
, bft 00
. 3J 00
. 4i 00
. 70 10
li ' ..
8 " ..
.. .1 inonlli.,
1J " '..
u " .,
Adrerttremi'lita oerupyilia; any a;'cel.il poaition la-
ier cent, addltioual ; epei-ivl yaillioo uubjide,
10 per cent.
ay- Ailvertiaemeiiti Inaeruvl tn the uwal column
charged at the rate of twenty cents per line.
ChanRMa may t madn periiwlioally when iKreerj
upon; but every eucli ehaioce will involve, extra ex
lienw.. to be laild (or bv theadvertiT.
II -Hilrrriutrra rcer,unti tlieiae contratwl eivirot
ie chargil for th eree.
ItlarrlHKe and funeral Nollvcai,
Wheu exceeilmi five linen, will be charged at the
ueual advert.aniK rates.
Aiinitiiiromcnta of l and lilatiM.
rni Htavi Omrma $t OO
' Cou.vtt " 8 00
' Citv " 3 00
Caah ruqulrnd la advance for all advurtnioinenta,
anleai by ineiclal iirreeinoiit.
Ta; the anderainAil, liave thla day aileple.1 the
alajve ratce, to which we bind ouivelvwB itriotly ti
WM. CAROt, for the rm.m
JOHN WALLACf, for the Pip.irA
Naihvulk, Tenn., July 12, 181J. "
yiUDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1. 18G2.
' , OFFICIAL.
LAWS OF TIIK UNITKD STATKS,
Vautd at 0k StamH Setfiun of the Thirty seventh
Public No. 111.
AN ACT niAkintr appropriations for iui-
lry civil expcnsi'S of tlto Ooverntucnt
for tho yt'ar oniling the tliirtiotli of
June, eighteen liiintii'ed adu sixty
three, and additional appropriations
for the Tear endinir 1 ho thirtieth of
June, eighteen hundred and sixty-two
lie it rnacted hi tlie Kennfe nml Iftntxe J
Hnirt.fnilrtHvf.9fif' the Vnitttl Sttilrsif Amir-
lm in ( oni?m ctfsrrtuiltit, Iliai me lol
lowinfi; Htitns be and the flame arc hereby
appropriated, for theolijecla herenllerex
inissed, fur the liaoal year ending the
thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and
bl'IiVLY 01' THE COAST.
Forthesnrvev of the Atlantic and Gulf
riiasU of the United States, (including
compensation of civilians r rig aged in the
work, and excluding pay ana emolu-
UienUuf otliuers of the army and navy,
and petty officers and men of the navy
employed on the work,) one. hundred and
seventy-eight thoiiRana dollars.
l or continuine the survey ol Iho west
ern coast of tho United States, (including;
couiM'nBation of civilians engaged in the
work,) one hundred thousand dollars.
lor continuing the survey otllio lion
da reefs and keys, (including conipensa
tion of civilians engaged in tho wnrlt, and
excluding pay and emoluments of oftlccrs
of tho army nnd navy, and petty olllcers
and men of tho navy employed on the
work,) cloven thousand dollars.
For publishing 1he observations made
in tho tiros re ss f tho survey of the coast
of the United Mates, (including com pen
gatim! of civilians employed in the work,)
live thousand dollars.
For repairs of steamers and surveying
schooners used in tho coast survey, five
To supply deficiency i" tho fund for
the relief of su k and disabled Beanie
two hundred thousand dollars : l'roriik
That the Secretary of the Treasury is
authorized to rent either of the several
marine hospitals Id the proper authoriti
of tho cities, town, or counties in which
said hosnitals aro located, and contrar
with the authorities for the relief of lie
siik nnd disabled seamen entitled to r
lief under the act of third of May, t ig
teen hundred and two, and lit case
of infectious diseases to make such rr
.riilaiiniiH fur their relief as li" deems
For the discharge of such miscelUne
iiiw clami. not otherwise provided for,
i ahull be admitted in tine eourso of
settlement at tho Treasury, live thousand
I mil I'll,. I SC. F.sTAllLlSIIMKRr.
Fur the Atlantic, Gulf, and Lake coast,
ror sup plying the lighthouse and
beaion-l ghts with oil, glass chimneys,
w icks, and other necessary expenses of
the same, repairing and keeping in repair
the lighting apparatus, one hundred and
tiftv-fiinr thousand six hundred and
ninety-eight dollars and eighty rents.
For repairs and incidental expenses,
re-lilting and improving all the light
houses and btnlilintrs connected there
with, one liiin.lri'il and two thousand two
Fur salaries of live hundred and nine
ty-six keepers of lighthouses and light
beaiiuis and their assistants, two hund
red ami thirteen thutiaand one hundred
and nini ty -ilme dollars and thirty-three
l or nalui iis of forty-three keepers of
light-veis. Is, tltcuty-liirie thousand nine
For seamen's vtae8, repairs, supplies,
aad incidental i'.hhb.s of forty-live
light-TcsselSjOne hundred fud sixiy-sev-n
dollars and seventy cents.
l or expenses of raising, cleaning,
painting, repairing, rcmooring, and sgp-
plyinjr losses of beacons and buoys, and
lor chaims and sinkers for the same, one
hundred and twelve thousand three hun
dred ann fifty dollars.
! or expenses of visiting and inspecting
lights and other aids to navigation, two
FOR, TUB COASTS OV CAT.tKOUJtIA, ORF.flON
For supplying nineteen lighthouses
and beacon-lights with oil, glass chim
neys, chamois skins, polishing powder,
and other cleaning materials, transporta
tion, expenses of keeping lamps and ma
chinery in repair, publishing notices to
mariners of changes of aids to naviga
tion, seventeen thousand two hundred
and seventy dollars.
For repairs and incidental exen9e9 of
nineteen lighthouses and buildings con
nected therewith, ten thousand dollars.
ior salaries ot forty-three keepers
nnd assistant keepers of lighthouses, nt
an average not exceeding eight hundred
dollars per annum, twenty-live thousand
eight hundred dollars.
For the expenses ot raising, cleaning,
painting, repairing, remooring, and sup
plying losses of floating buoys and bea
cons, and for chains and sinkers for the
samo, and for coloring aud numbering
all the buoys, ten thousand dollars.
ror the maintenance of tho act provid
ed for by the act of eighteenth of August,
eighteen hundred and li fly-six, for trans
portation ot supplies and materials, and
tor repairs of lighthouses, and buoys
service, and for inspecting purposes, thir
ty thousand dollars.
f or commutation of fuel and quarters
for olllcers of the army Serving; on light
house duty, the payment of which is no
longer drovided tor by the quartermas
ter's department, five thousand two hun
dred and thirty-nino dollars and seven
tor compensation of two insiiccuors of
customs acting as superintendents for
the life-saving stations on tho coasts of
Long; Island and New Jersey, three
thousand dollars. .
For compensation of fifty-four keepers
of stations, nt two hundred dollars each,
ten thousand eight hundred dollars.
cor contingent expenses ol the life-
saving stations on the coasts of Long Is
land and New Jersey, twenty thousand
For hire of carts on tho public grounds,
one thousand and ninety-five dollars.
For purchaso and repair of tools used
in the public grounds, two hundred dol
lars. F'or purchase of trees and tree-boxes,
to replace, where necessary, such as have
been planted by tho United Mates, to
whitewash tree-boxes and fences, nnd to
repair pavements iu front of the puli.ic
grounds, three thotistiud dollars.
for annual repairs of the capilol, wa
ter-closets, pavements, and other walks,
within the I apitol square, broken glass,
and locks, and for the protection of tho
building, and keeping the main approach
es to it unencumbered, six thousand dol
For annual repairs of tho President's
house and furniture, improvement of
grounds, purchase of plants for garden,
and contingent expenses incidental there
to, five thousand dollars.
For fuel, in part, of the President's
House, two thousand four hundred dol
lars. For lighting the Capitol and Presi
dent's House, the public grounds around
them and around the Executive ollices,
and Pennsylvania avenue, 1 '.ridge and
High streets in Georgetown, Four-and-a-half
street, Seventh and Twelfth streets
across the mail, fifty thousand dollars.
For additional fixtures and lighting
and repairing the building and footways
of tho custom house aud post ollice iu
Georgetown, in the District of Columbia,
two hundred and fifty dollars, or so much
thereof as may be necessary.
For purchase of books for library at
the F.xecutivo Mansion, to be expended
under tho direction of the President of
the United States, two hundred and lifty
For repairs of the Potomac Navy Yard,
and Upper bridges, and the roads appur
tenant thereto, six thousand dollars.
For repairs of Pennsylvania avenun,
and watering tho same, ten thousand
For public reservation nuiiibfr two and
Lafayette square, two thousand dollars.
For taking care of the grounds south
of the President's House, and keeping
tin m iu order, one thousand dollars.
For repairs of water-pipes, live hun
For cleaning out the sewer traps on
Pennsylvania avenue, and repairing the
Bnme, three hundred dollars.
For repairs of all tho furnaces under
thn Capitol, five hundred dollars.
For repairing Delaware avenue, north
of (' street north, one thousand dollars.
lor paying one-half tit the expenses
of sewer traps at the intersection of
Fourth street west with K street nnrth,
two bundled dollars.
tlOVEBNMENT JJOslITAL Foil "Hit INSANK
For the support, clothing, and medical
treatment of tho insane of the army and
navy and of the revenue service, and of
tho District of Columbia, at the axvluui
iu said District, forty thousand live linn
dri ll dollars.
For (hushing, furnishing, heating, and
lighting of additional accommodations in
the east wing, live thousand dollars.
For improvements of the grounds about
the hospital Hud fauns two thousand
rATF.NT fiFKIl K.
1 'urroUectionof agricultural statistics,
investigations for promoting agricultuie
and rural economy, and the procurement,
propagation, and distribution of cuttings
and seeds, of new and useful varieties,
and for the introduction and protection
of insectivorous birds, and for investiga
tions to t st the practicability of pre
paring tl and hemp as a substitute for
cotton, si ty thousand dollars: 'oo.V ,
h'urrr; That in the expenditure of this
appropriation, and especially in the se-
lection of cuttings and seeds for distri
bution, duo regard shall he had to the
purposes of general cultivation and the
encouragement of the agricultural and
rural interests of all parts of the United
For expenses of receiving, arranging,
and taking care of copyright books,
charts, and other copyright matter, one
thousand six hundred dollars.
For preservation of tho collections of
the exploring and HurveTing expeditions
of the Government, four thousand dollars.
For grading, draining, procuring man
ure, tools, fuel, and repairs, purchasing
trees and shrubs for Pulanic Garden, to
be expended under the direction of the
Library Commit lee of Congress, three
thousand three hundred dollars.
For pay of horticulturist and assistants
in the liotanic (anion and green-houses,
to be expended under the direction of the
Library Committee of Congress, five
thousand one hundred and twenty-one
dollars and lifty cents.
StlRVEY OF TIIK PCBLIO LANDS.
For surveying tho public lands, (ex
clusive of California, Oregon, Washing
ton, .New .Mexico, Kansas, Nebraska,
Utah, Dakota, Colorado and Nevada,) in
cluding incidental expenses and Island
surveys in the interior, and ali other spe
cial nnd dithcult surveys demanding
augmented rates, to be apportioned and
applied to the several surveying districts
nccording to the exigencies of the public
sorvice, including expenses of selecting
swamp lands, in addition to tho unex
pended balances of all former appropria
tions for the same objec t, which will be
absorbed by work under contract, ten
For surveying the public lands and
private land claims iu California, to be
disbursed at the rates prescribed by law
for the different kinds of work, ten thou
F'or surveying tho public lands and
priTatc land claims in New Mexico, five
For surveying the public lands in
Kansas and Nebraska, also ontlines of
Indian reservations, ten thousand dol
lars. For salary of the clerk detailed for
tho special service in the General Land
Ollice to attend to the unfinished surveys
iu tho States, where the offices of the sur
veyors general have been closed, two
For surveying the public lands in Ore
goo, to be disbursed at the rates author
ized by law, live thousand dollars.
For surveying the publio lands in
Washington Territory, at the rates au
thorized by law, five thousand dollars.
For surveying the public lands in Da
kota Territory, live thousand dollars.
For surveying tho public lands and
private land claims confirmed iu Colora
do Territory, live thousand dollars.
lor surveying tho public lands nnd
private land claims confirmed in .Nevada
Territory, live thousand dollars.
For tho necessary expenses in carrying
into elici t the act of seventeenth July,
ighteen hundred and sixty-one, and the
act of the oth August, eighteen hundred
nnd sixty-one, in addition to tho appro
priations made by those acts, one hun
dred and lifty thousand dollars.
For support, care, and medical treat
ment of forty transient paupers, medical
and surgical patients, in some proper
medical institution in tho city of Wash
ington, to be selected by theCommissione r
of Public liuddings, six thousand dollars.
lo supply a dcheieney ol appropria
tion fur repairs of tho Capitol made by
. S. ood, late Commissioner of Pub
lic HTiildings, nine hinidred and thirty-
four dollars and seventy-eight cents.
lo enable tho Commissioner of Public
Buildings to pay for the purchase aud
repair of plate, and repair of gas-linings
for the President 8 House, two thousand
six hundred and thirteen dollars.
Sec. . Ami be it f milter twcteA, That
the following sums bo and tho same are
hereby in like manner appropriated for
thn service of the year ending the tLir
tieth of June, eighteen bundled and
F'or the necessary expenses in carry
ing'into effect tho act of seventeenth
July, eighteen hundred and sixty-one,
and tlie act ol liltli ot August, eighteen
hundred and sixty-one, in addition lo
tho appropriations made by those acts
for those objects, one hundred thousand
For amount required for clerks and
messenger in tho ollice ol tint assistaul
t-easurcr at Boston, from first of Jan
uary to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred
and sixty-two, one thousand live hundred
For amount required for clerks, mes
sengers, and watchmen, in the twice ol
assistant treasurer at New York, from
first January to the thirtieth June.eigh
teen hundred nnd sixty-two, five thous
and two huudiaid dollars.
For amount required for clerks and
messenger in the otlico of the assistant
treaurer at St. Louis, from first Jan
uary of the thirtieth J tine, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-two, eighteen hundred
To enable the Commissioner of Public
Buildings to pay for painting in tbe In
terior of the Capiiol, and for general re
pairs, three thousand two hundred dol
lars. To enable the Commissioner of Public
Buildings to have the old furnaiw under
the Library of Congress removed, and a
new one erected in its place, three hun
dred and twenty-live dollars.
For a deficiency on account of pn ring
and painting the President's House in the
autumn of eighteen Iniadri d and sixty-
olie, four thousand five hundred dollarl.
To enable tho ConiliiiHaioin r of Public
Buildings to pay the lull of William ii
Carlyl and Brother fur furniture for the
President's Mouse, ix tliOUNand eihl
hundred and lilt y-eight dollui and eigh
To enable the Coiiiiuiatiioiier to pay a
bill of Pand T. Berry for granite woik
and inatoi is! j fur the north front of the
Patent I MHce building, seven thousand
lnuety-thrvo dollars and thirteen cents.
To enable the Commissioner to pay five
per cent, on eight thousand seTen hun
dred and fifty-eight doUars and ten cent.
retained on that sum due P. aud T- Berry
on granite work on tho west winir of the
Patent Office building iu eighteen hundred
and fifty, four hundred and thirty-seven
dollars and ninety-four cents.
for support of patients in the Govern
ment hospital, five thousand dollars.
lo pay J. B. Blake for work done by
him when Commissioner of Public Build
ings, twenty-two dollars nnd eighteen
F'or expenses attendinc the removal to
and occupation of huildinrr at corner of
and Fifteenth streets, for the Surgeon
General's and Pay master General's ofllces,
for tlie six months endinir thirtieth of
June, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,
seven thousand eight hundred dollars.
Sec. ,'?. And he it further eintetol. That
the following sum be and the same is
hereby appropriated for the service of the
year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen
Hundred and sixty-three: For expenses
of building corner of F. and Fifteenth
streets, occupied by the Surgeon Gener
al's and Paymaster General's offices, eight
thousand eight hundred dollars.
Sec. 4. And tie it fartluv enacted. That
the Secretary of the Treasury be and he
is hereby authorized aud empowered to
leaso the property of the United States
in the city of Burlington, Iowa, upon
which is the United Stales marine hospi
tal, first giving thirty days notice thereof;
or if,he shall deem it more expedient for
the Government to retain tho til Iu lo said
property, that he bo authorized louse it
lor the sick and wounded soldiers of the
United Slates, or to discharge all ollicers
and servants of tho Government connect
ed therewith, and to close the hospital.
Approved, March 1, 1S0J.
7?y tlie FiesidtiU of 0t United Mates of
Iu pursuance of tho sixth section of
tbe act of Congress entitled "An act to
suppress insurrection, to punish treason
and rebellion, to seizo and confiscalo the
property of rebels, and for other pur
poses, approved July 17, 1H(2, and
which act, aud the joint resolution ex
planatory thereof, are herewith publish
ed. I, Abraham Lincoln, President of
the United St ftps, do hereby proclaim to
and warn all persons within the contem
plation of said sixth section to cease par
ticipating in, aiding, countenancing, or
abetting tho existing rebellion, or any
rebellion against the Government of the
United States, ami to return to their pro
per alii iianca to tbe L in tod .States, on
pain of the forfeitures and seizures as
within and by said sixth section pro
vided. In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United Slates to be .illixed.
.. Done nt tho City of M'ashing-
S. f Ion, this twent y-liflh day of
( " S J"'.V'i ill tho year of our Lord
s''"v""' one thousand eight hundred nnd
sixty-two, and of the Independence of
the l uited Slates tho eighty-seventh.
By the President :
ILL! AM II. Si; WARD,
Secretary of State.
Fiom the Cincinnati Caiatto.
Iu ISxprcBBlou from llwell'i Army.
The following extract from a private
etter, to a gentleman of this city, shows
the restraint placed upon tho "rosewatcr
policy of conducting tho war, by intelli
gent soldiers in the lirld. The course of
Gen. Buell, as muntioncd in this letter, in
guarding tho property of Secessionists,
while Ins own soldiers are suffering, do
mantis the attention of the War Depart
nieiit. His stipcrsodure by such nn earn
est war Democrat as Gen. Lew. Wallace
would prove just the kind of conservative
action the people delight in, and be
equivalent to strengthening that army
with an entire division ot men:
On thk March, Bktweic
IIl'STSVILl.E AMU CUATTANOOliA, ALA.,
F.ach reverse we have had s far ha
only undo us the more determined and
earnest, nnd it seems to me that what we
especially ned just now, is earnestness
in tho conduct of this war. e need thu
rosewatcr policy slopped something bo
sides administering oath is needed. Tho
hemp should take tho place of the. Bible
in tins Iiiisiiii.hu. Our railroad trains are
fired into and tho men who do il are
sworn aud turned loose, to do it over
again. The soldiers are getting very tired
of all this. We have stood as guards
over rebel property long enough.
Gen. Buell lias endeavored to make his
corps a mere police for the belter protec
tion of rebels.
His general orders on this matter bear
heavily on bis own men. Will you l
licveitV Ho has forbidden his tioops
when on the march, to enter ' under any
pretense whatever, any enclosure what
ever." So a poor soldier can't go in to i
house to buy a string of onions but he
subjects himself to arrest and puniali
meot by tho Provost Guard, lien. Buell
H'rsonally, ordered under arrest a Lieut
mant of thn l.ih Indiana, who was going
to a bouse to buy a few vegetable I
Tho transiiortation allowed our army
is so small and I luu-t think the stilt
u'iiccrs so ignorant or negligent of their
duty that the Commissaries, v. ho are
generally relied upon to furnish olllcers
with provisions, do not carry such things
and in nich quantities as mi need, and
we must f it age or buy of the Sccesh. If
v do tho former we are am sled ; if the
latter, cheated. It does seem strange to
me that the GciiciaN ho are so rari lul
of tiliel property should allow llu- Se
ct eh to sell tin ir "garden sasi" at sin h
exorbitant prices. 1 have Men a Union
guard ";,"(. 'i i" a Secesh garden, Iho pro
pro tor of which wit Selling i. in. .1.8 lo
our ineii at the rate of i,i,e A' lUir jr J ui n!
My blood boiled at this a litllc , a nearly
as I can remember.
Let us show our national earnestness if
need be, by some or the " ferocity " and
"brutality" which history accord to all
Northern invaders of Southern lands.
If they are willing to Jet I he war be de
cided by"lhe conflict of arms and armies,
let us decide in that way. If, rejecting;
the rules of civilized warfare, they make
it a guerrilla war, let us show them that
the nerve of our Northern and Western
marksmen is as strong, and the eye as
keeu as those of tho Southern sharp-"
Confiscation is an indispensable ad
junct to our arms. Why will our Con
gressmen waste time, breath and money
in talking about it and hesitating wheth.r
to punish the pockets of traitors If If we
would conquer in this war, we must value
toe Union as everything and Slavery as
nothing. Wo must abandon tho institu
tion to its fate.
These views of the liolicr thai a!.....!.!
mark the war, I believe you will approve.
1 hey certainly are the viows of a large
party of tho army. In a few weeks, I
think, they will le (he views of all the
army, for our lighting men aro trowintj
A lenoeiire I nion .irl.
The Franklin (Tenn.) correspondent of
Iho N. Y. Herald in a recent letter, pays
the following graceful tribute to a heroio
yonng lady living in the strongly rebel
lious town or Franklin, who like tho An
gel in the rclellion in Heaven "faithful
proved amid the faithless."
In tho midst of the prevailing senti
ment of disloyally a light occasionally
cuiuei, tine a ray ol sunshine, lo dispel
its dark and gloomy effects. It is hard,
very hard, for young and tender hearts
and minds to sever their wishes and
hopes Irom a cause in which friends and
kindred are engaged ; but occasionally
instances aro found nray to Heavem
there mny be more of them in which
yonng ladies arc willing to repel the
popular delusion, although surrounded
by a largo circle of relatives who were
drawn within its vortex. In one family
all save one became infected with the
prevailing epidemic. One, a brother-in-law,
is yet in the Southern army, a
brother is a prisoner in Csmp Morton,
and the remainder of the family, with
the exception named, were spotted w ith
the marks of rebellious proclivities,
when an angel, in the form of a young
and lovely girl, a daughter, infused with
tho spirit or Heaven-born patriotism,
boldly denounced tho delusion. liefus
cd admission into church, she made her
dovol ions at home). Denied the enjoy
ment, of the social circles of the town,
she wept in solitude; but hor innocent
and true heart enjoyed tho sweet conso
lation of a happier future. L'ven denied
the privilege of walking the streets tin
less met by insult, she steadily rerscver-
d, under slanderous reports and mali
cious machinations, until, by her
strength of mind, persuasive eloquence
ami strong arguments, she converted her
own family into a social home of love
for herself and the cause of the Union.
When our army camu Mis ,0. i i C -
was the lust to welcome them, and now
her beautiful face, lit up with its angelic
enthusiasm, hai a happy smile for every
blue jacket that comes. Nor are tho
family behindhand, as many a sick and
wounded soldier, who has been taken to
this pleasant home and nursed, will tes
tify. At present they have under charge
two of the Sixty-ninth Ohio who would
have died had it not been for their care.
Such devotion should not pass unnoticed.
The bravery of Grace Darling was not
more heroic and deserving of immortal
honors than that of the charming Union
loving girl of Tenucsseo, Miss Ocie C -
HoltltlULK TltAOKriY AT A HTH A BASK A.
We learned last night, from a gentleman
Irom Arlhabaskaville, that a shockimr
tragedy had occurred in the township of
Stanlold, about three miles from tho sta
tion, sumo limo yesterday morning. A
woman named Madame Bourret, who had
illuminated symptoms of insanity years
ago, and bclore her marriage, and whoso
huHbantl is now in the Lnited Stales,
murdered her seven children and then
cut her own throat. It appears that uu
Sunday night there was a veilleo at her
house, aud the thing must have occurred
between the departure of tho guests and
morning, for at an early hour yesterday
morning Madame Bourrct's daughter,
who had been at the veilleo, but resided
at St. Norbert, called at her mother's to
sro her. Finding tho door closed, sho
looked in through the window, and was
then shocked to see eight corpses those
of her mother, her brothers and sisters.
The eldest of the murdered children a
gil l fourteen years of ago seems to have
had a desperate struggle for her life, for
the bodies of mother and daughter were
lying close together, and the mother had
several wounds upon her arm apparently
inllicled by an axe that was alio close lo
tho bodies. Tho daughter's throat and
arm were rut, evidently with a razor,
which the rigid lingers of the mother
still tightly grass d when the tragedy
was discovered by the surviving daugh
ter. All the doors and windows were
found barred on tho inside, thus ol
course h ading lo the inncliiHion that the
dreadful deed had been committed by
Home one inside. (,'"Av; t'lirunitlc,
Gt'nui.iA piit iriv A despatch from
Leiingl hi, Mo., on the nut., states
thai twelve ot tlie en-vent h Musoun at
tacked a band of thirty rebels, killing
four and wounding eight; ono of our moo
only being wounded. They captured
fifteen lenses from the band.
Notwithstanding the war there is every
prospect that tho people of the cities
will tloi k en the watering pin es during
the present and next month, iu nearly
ad their ai i usioined force.
Tho fat berth of i
veyor of New York
yielded Si)ll,(8J in
..Hi i tor aud lur
are said lo lav
perquisites 81 WO