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FCBLISIIED CY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. OFFICE ON PRINTERS ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND PEADERICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY AUGUST 5, 18G2.
Sabibson oimi girtctorji.
JOHN HUGH FMITII, M.xy.T.
'. j .'. WIILIaM HHANat, IttcMUr.
JOHN CHUMBI.KV, Aur.W.
VtMly Jlftir.loih W If. WllklnHin, A. C. Tilrlnr,
and Jemea A Sle.le.
(Ver'i oi .Vdrtef .lidm iliunibtey, i-ofii'm. first;
Jul I.. Ky:in , m-rouj ; and Julni Redd i k , Hi ir J
T.ix Amfor Willlmrl llnvnr.
Hnmtit l ollrri,Tk II. Slmnk Inml
Wulee Jo I'vllrrlnrT.. II. (iirn'lt
7Veurcr el. Henry.
Whur Mailer Tb iB.aa I eake.
' A'ejerrnfeMfeaf o I'M IIVnAAoaee i l Du'M.
A'iorii.nid, ill of llit Water ! IU lame Wvatt
Coef o Hit iJrpuifn.l J.l.u M. Sonbury.
hritna of Hit (iti.l.i(f T. II M, llride.
Hurl Ui inert -J. I.. Sir at I.
Vilj Allornry John" Md'hail Smith.
W.Hinl nf AMimm ! . M. Brlen, Preeldenl ; J. E.
Nrnill.U A .1 May field, H.O.Scovel.W'm.K Cli.niU
him, J. C Hmllli, M. U. I.. ( luiborue, itud Ju. ltobb.
Common CoeBvil-W. I'. Joine, I'rwililont i William
Roberta, T. J. VurbruiiKll, Win. Inner, Win. Ntewalt,
Uiul Uomih, W. Miillina, Jainea Turner, li. M. Houlh
eate, A. .1.0 1k, Jaa. I'evia, Andrew Anderaoa, J. II.
Knowlee, and John t-ruuily.
a'A.VIIINIl OlMMITTKtJ tif Tilt CITY IHlSCIl,.
f'ii,iiiiee Know lea, Frovcl n,l Cdo.
H alt M or'a Anderson, Smilh and Claiborne.
,r-id-Y.iliriuili,Turuiir,Hiulliguti',iuvia, Hi Un,
Haydeld, (liratluim and Claiborne.
MTir Newman, Slewait aud Turner.
Il,mpilal Jouca, Mayliold aud.Sloau.
Haooa Cheatham, Mayflild and Knowlea.
Fire liftnxrlmeM (.'ready , Ilrlver and Newman.
Hat Driver, Cliealhinu and tatvia.
t'rmrtrty Suiitll, fli wart and Ni'ttmuti.
MarLrt J. uM RolnTla, Hloi t and Tumor.
M.nrj Iluuxli. Ciiilbiiriie and liavia.
Vulict t?liratliain, Brlrn ard Anderaon
ltlitlnj Hnuiih, Cmilifriin and Brlen.
HVUt"iii0 CbeiilliMtu, MaytMduud Koowlea.
,nprncinnij and F.rjetnlitttTri Cole, Scovul and
i'liWo I'roiintfi flrli n, Clii-alhaiu and Turuur.
W imiM Myllld, Joui'J and Kubvrta.
r-Tli Hoard at lldorouin mwla tli Taurdaya
noil prvr.riiiug the rwond anil rnurth Thuradwya in
oafb minth, and lha Comm.n Conn II llio p,ond
and tiiurth Thtiradaja In fnrli mntli.
i '.ij'.iiii J-
firtl .iuwunr Win. YarbriMiKli.
Naxnl .(cMlciaiiU .lulin II. Ilavia.
o(im Wm. Jackami, Jobu Cuvi nder, Nu ll Ha
vla,Jiel Phil'liw, Wm. Ilkir, Joliu (Ciirell, William
Mayo, John KiikIkv, J. W. Wniibt, Jobs. I'uckett,
Itobart Boot), W. C. F riituia, 'll.om ia Frauda, Andrew
Jnye, I Hit hi Yatea, aud Cbarlaa Hti UU
jT Tha rolici (Joint I opened every iimming ut
frhtrif Juraca II. llintoU. ib'HliwTUoiuaa Hob
ton aud J. K. tincbaaan. '
liiyitlrr Pbineaa (larrelt.
TnttlM W. Ja-p.'r Taylor.
ororr V II. Bi'cbor.
konger Jobu (Virbitt.
Ilrvtttue VolUclor J. II. Uriley.
A'.uriMt.i lux tVilc(or W. 1 U"berton.
CmUMm J.v the jVuihmhV li.i,l. l-Joliaj H. Cower
and 3. V.. Newman.
Jit.fi Hon. Jamea W bltwMilb.
Cl,ik-V. I in.l.l. y Nub .1.
j)aTTbi JiuUe'a Cotirt lne.lt tin lirnt M.itel.iy In
ejfli niiilb, a'id tbo (J iarlei ly Court, coinpnatd ef
tba Malalrati'H of Hie Ci unty, U held II, e Hut Mini
day In Jantury, Apiii, July and October.
Ju'lyt- Iloll. Ntttlmtlifl ItiUler.
(7.riiavltl C. I.ovtl.
JtaTTUo Court lueeta tba llr.-t Monday in Mm. b
Ju.loa- Hon. W 1 1, la in K. Turner.
Cbiiilea K. t'lL'.iua.
aTTbu Court iiieeU tbo Ural UoiitUv in A j,i ii An
(uki and Hroemiier.
C.ni.)l.)i Hon. SmIIiiii I P. F'rlorKou.
t'ti tinJ .V.n.r-.l. K. OleaTea
k 4a) Tbe Couil iiieeu Ibo llial tlouday In May and
I. 0. 0. F.
J,,iix F. llina, (irand Serreiury, ahtmld la al lreaed
at ,Y..j,',i.f , 7Vti.
T. ann.et Lo.tjt, Xo. 1 - M, ela every Tueit,!ay Kveu
li K.at their Hill, tut Die corner of I'nlon and ."vim
iner alreeu. Tbe ollt.'eia f.r tbe p.-mel.t term, are:
II. M. Uaueiir.X ti.; J. K. Mill.-., V 1 J. I.. W. uk'ey,
KcreUiy j I, K. l-'palll, Ire, inner.
?S,il I.o.t.j', S,i. Ill Meela ill tbo sanio plane
I'T.'iy Motlda)' Kvelllln:. Tin" ollie.Tt are : II. A.
Campbell, N.li.j lleniy Apple, Y.tl.jJ. 1. Park,
S'-eretary ; II. F. llro u, Tr, iwui er.
Nniey l.,l,jr, .V,,. '.Ill Meela at lbeir Hull, on Stiutb
Cherry atfot. iiery Fri.lay rvelilng. The ollleera
ate o t c.iiert, N 11 ; FianW Hal man, V.li ; Jatne
t alt, Seere'ury ; W. M Mall.-ry, Tr.aauier.
Aitrena i.i.loa, .Yo. 10, (lirrlnaii)
Hall, eeri er of Cnl.ui llli.t Sullliner
rbnrad.ty F.vnli;;. Tile ollb'.'ra are
N.U.; I'. Fnediiia'i, V tl . iiill, r
Oeo. Heift-i le, I're.iaitt ,-r .
MiS'tH at tbe
li. b, sa'ivtaiy ;
fftafo.ry .'H.',iip,uHf, a 1 Meela at Hie aho e Hull
m, tba llrat aud iblrd Wedneadaya of ea ti month.
The ottiteie are: J. E Mill., C P. ; T. H. MeBrldo, II P. ;
li. F. Fuller, HW ; lvtti llan.a, Jr., J.W.; Jobu F.
lil.le, S. r.ba II U. Culler. Tit.uuier.
tJtee fbtiNtA IVioMij,o , t, 4Mtela at tbo
aboo Hu I on tbe attou.l and lourUi V,di,et.day
lilabta of t-ai'b luoutb. Tbo "ill 1-4 ale J.ot. T li.-li
C P. llonry Apple, II P-j 1 M. ker, S W ; II JrnM
mail, J W.: Ch.il'e Kuiliel, Serib.-i J N. Ward,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
huiiavlllv A Naal,f He K U Tiuiu I, a
al 7 4:,. A II.
" air at (, an, I' II
in al 6 00, A U .
Nuahvllle A lief.it, ir R K. T
" arr al " 00, p Ft,
i!t R I! Trail, I. atea al In 00, A U
" " ' al 3 if.. .I'll,
Ka-h A Cbaltane
ADAMS EXPKKbS COMPANY.
OIKIt E: No. ,',1, ( utaai Maui
I'eraout wiahiui; to J rri(Ui aud i'a, ka, l y
tba aloraliit Traiua iX tbe l.-i unui im 4
viui, aud Vaanrtun aan Unaria IUii.hoaw,
uiuat have tba aanio at tbo ouVw t,y 0 o'ci.vk U.a
Davidson County DinscToriY Continued.
MILITARY QUAETERS A5D 0TFICEE8.
orf-Hra.)noarlert on HlU acraal. . Ixitoont
finrriVr llaad'(Uartr on Pnminxf alr't (Or,
Kurd's roaldrnoa.) Capt. Groea, A. A. Ii.
IVnM Mori'mi )f ariiiiar'nt on Ctiurcli atreat.
(krmaU amdrtnj.) Col, Mlanlfy Mallbcwa.
C'lilif ulilnrf Quarlmnmatlf Ilfa.lquirUn ua
I'hcrry airn'l ; No. 10, (Judga Calpw'a ronlcnco )
Ca.t. J. D. Ilintibam.
Atittunt (juaitornuuUr OiallaDooga L)n4.'-CAil.
Hiuui Qtuirtmnniittr Vino atr.'Ht, noar Mia.
1'olk'a reaiUrbre. a.t. H. N. Ltiub.
Anml.tnt (juarurmiultrStl. S7, Uarkol atreal.
Capl. J. U llalt.
'A.V ' f'iMmi(ir--lbadqiiurt.r8l No. 10, Tina Hi.
I'apt. Ii Mufu. ly.
rnniinrry Hulinutnicm Htiiad airaot. P.
At o t 'Hiilifiirf of Sutmiitrnri (orhlT Of BrOIld
and l'nl:i'i;p atrci ta. I.leut Cbarlca AlUn
JHi JuaiI lAretlor uiiimer atri-et. (Dr. Ford'a old
ri B!di ni:o ) Hurg.Hu, K. Fwiru .
Meitical lnrveyor't Vfflc CbnrU airutit, Uaaollia
llnlldlng. J. B. 1'iHTir, itiri(niii, 8Ul Ki-uluiky Id
ritntry, Acling Medical Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Korilieru Mail, via 1-oulavUle, ari lrea Di!y, 5.30 P.M.
" " lHTf t.46A.M.
Columbia, via T. A A. K.R. nrrl?ea UOl'.M.
" ' " luavoa " 6.C0A.M.
KbelbytUi, via N. k U. R.R, arrivea " S.30 P.M.
" " " laavea " 10.00 A.M.
Ii'banun, , arrivna " 12.00 U.
" ... Iravita " J.C0 P.M.
Mumpbia Mall,l4ava Iaily,V'a Ijouiavllle and Cairo.
POST-OFFICES 11KYONI) LEBANON ARE
1'OST OI FICEH ON
LINK OF K. k C. U.K.-
B. B. CONNOR & BEO.,
NO. ( COl.l.KOK HTKKKT.
New Ntoclt joat racrlvcd and lor aale
law lo lue out t onalnuuieiila.
Halt, lor aale by
connor k nno.
JJ bonoa HALT, for aalo by
CONNOR it 1)110.
Cuila R01E, for aala by
CONNOR A Blto.
blue Coal OIL, lor aala by
CONNOR Jt BK0.
hair I, bla
Coal OIL, for aale by
CONNOR A BKO.
1 ffi doien IIROOMH.for a.le by
lOKJ ap8 CONNOR a BRO.
ft boxea SOAP, lor aale by
bnien MTARCH, for aale by
CONNOR a BKO.
I if cboiaTKA, tor aala by
L ap 8
CONNOR A BRO
() halfcbeauTr.A, for aale by
1 ap 8
aiNNOR A Blto.
It") oatllea TEA,
w ap 8
for aala by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 1 boiea Yoaat POWDERS, for aale, by
WJ a8 CONNOR A BRO.
OH caki .SODA, ror aalo by
Z v) mil coNNon nno.
t ( f roaa MATCHES, for aale by
1VL ap CONNOR A IIUO.
t)r. boiea ritar CAN lll.ES, for aale br
C'J ap CONNOR A II HO.
bon a OtiFFFE, lor aalu by
C ap 8
(XIN'NOR A CO.
bbla. VINEUAH, I
r aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
f r aala by
CONNOR A IIUO.
klU MACKKKKL.Ior Kalo by
CONNOR A BRO.
r. kua HEKK1NU ,"for aale by
t) ap 8
0 km SH All, fbr aale by
& ap 8
1 ( bbla TKOl'T. tor aale by
Connor a bro.
CONNOR a BRO.
CONNOR A PRO.
MACkEKEL, for aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
4 bbla CIHER, lor Halt
CONNOR A BUO.
1 lenea tlne4 IIKKlSli, lr aale by
I II ap 8 CtlNNOR A lilt:
J boiea lr,ll Sealeil
.r aale bv
CONNOR At 11HIJ.
Q kt'ita NAIUS, for Kale by
OV. apn fits' MIR BUO.
bbla CruabeJ Suyar, for aalo by
Ut apt CtiNNOR A BRO.
k trx ba, MEAl,
tor aalo by
CON NOR A IIUO.
(XINNOR A BRO
C)Q ia.'ka HAMS, for aale by"
QQ caaka KlllErl, lor aale by
tXINNO ' A BRO.
CONNOR A BKO.
t)f( Kb la lino POTATOES, lor aale by
Zyfyf ap 4 con son a
bovea freab liardeu SEE II, for atle by
ap 8 COS NOK a BKO.
O bbla on iu SEI, lor aalo by
0 ap 8 CtiNNOR 4 HRO.
1 llereea Canaaaed H.I MS, w lib a lura-a lot ol I
X aorta of Oootla, wbleb wo will clneo out low, al
our old eland. No. 6 Oolleae alreet.
8 H II IXINNOR A BRO.
riMlfatlrnllon of oltltene, atranrera, and nthorav
I llinn NaallUlle, retiuinua- mejnlal aid, la reapeol
rully f.alied lo Inia onife, lo. al I'eauei it a airn,i,
n,,,i e..,r i..iw.hii Cberrv and the Sjuara.
ir. Colin la an old pia:lill.,nr of medlrma; hla
aliuoel ui, Inn, led eilierlenoe and Ballerina euereae
lor ninny yoara paat, lu the treatment ol raivava I "a
miM. baa luduf. d him lo devote II I undivided alien
l,u lo all diaeaai a mf tlila halure. Many caaea of
tbe moat inveterate charaetor have promptly yielded
lo hie Imp roved method of treatment.
I'rimatv.Soeoudarv. Ternary and Uercdiury Byib
lU, Oouorrluva, Cleat and all tllaeaeea ol Hie senile
and urinary orjana, meet with no roeieuune lo k
A female Irreaolarlliea and funelloual laderaiuia
menu ol tho W, jot. and tbo diae.ua aiaiiiK bou
tteelalion and ill niatif"d iiartortlion.
Eveiyeuieol Red ueible Rupture, and of ritea.ud
Prtitanaua of the K.:lnm. and n, t raaea of Ealela,
oan be cured by a ir,nMl nearly iiaiuheee. If elllier
ol the taller la underuvken by Ir. lib-maa,
rure la nmieta.''v wMrruafd, aa a earelul examiltaliel
aiwava te.t,Mt..ite Hie ntwtK.ry indie-allotia ta laifveM or
faiiurrhy hi improved melbiMl ol otieialiaif
Pereoiia oi oillieraea applytnt id ereia or by letter
(deet ribiiin eaae) on tbe Hi al a nipl.,nia of any af ule
ai.filiti dtaeaite.fan be cured, lu mtait raeea, by Ike
atixrlive muitiod, m Rrty-rt:bl lioura
flnel cooli.U'ufe, prompl aiieolH.n, aud woderala
abaraea, w,ll aoveru buu with bat laitruaa.
eT No marvury uaed In Hie Ir.wluaeat of tam
4ufi4?i, aa be believe (in nait caaa) It iroduoea
woraeu,ae itma llial il ta aivoii w oure.
I'Qioe buura Iruna aifbl In aha naorniaf tM nuaa
Ibaavatiiiif. )aa 1, 'wa-ly
1 I iataiaBaaaajaBaaiaa.a.aajwwaaBaBaBJaaaaaW I
T K H Il m
I)aii.T Uhkh, per annnm f) 04
1 ' week, (0
Tai Waaal T Ukwi, per annnm ; to 00
Wnaa.Lt Dxiox, iior auhurn.. ti 00
HAT KM OK AIIVKKTISINO.
( tm uan ua ua to oommTirra 1 age at a )
Square, 1 day, $1 00 aeh additnnal inaertloo I 04
1 week, 1 00 earii additional r-quare 160
I " 4 60 " " " 00
1 month, 0 no " " " t 00
" 0 00 " " 4 60
" l'J 00 I 01
6 11 It 00 ' I 00
U jtf o " 10 00
ia Ritiin in. ua At follow a :
L)uarter Coluinu, 1 mi ntli II,". 00
i la) no
a " m oo
o " 40 to
ii " eo oo
. .1 nv nlb 20 oo
ii " st on
S " M 00
" l 0 )
l i " M no
...1 " 00
" '2 " 40 00
" , " 3 " 4. 00
" " 0 " 10 i V
" 12 " 110 00
AdverliFementa rH-runvlnir ant H:ctnl notiilon in-
aia'a, '20 per cent, additional ; apceiil poaitlon outaliW,
10 per cent.
Advertleem, nta luaerted In Ihe local Column
oharaed at the. rale of tweoly centa per line. '
mangoa may oa matiu paritMltoally when airreud
upon; but every am Ii clianj:,' will iuvoUa ,ile;
penae, to be paid for by the advert leer.
ana Am-rtiri ej-ceetfiau lAe iiti outilrai-lnl fee tttll
bt ckaryed for tht exew.
'Alarrlasra and Funeral Notices, '
Wbeu exeeedluj ll linea, will ba cbarnl at tlie
uaual advert:aiug ratoa.
Annonncenirnta of Candidate.
Fon riTi()rn(u J10 00
couti " a 00
' Cut " I Oo
Caxb required In advance for all ndTortlacoionti,
UDleaa by apeolal agreemout.
Vfn', the un.lei elftneil , have this day adapted the
abovo ratot, to whlrb we bind our."elvoa atrictly (o
WM. CAMKROt, ftir the VhIoh.
JOHN VTALLACK, Tor the llUptUcX
NAiniiil,Teiin , July 12, 1SBS.
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 18(12.
liij the 1' resilient of lite
United Stales if
A 1'IKICI.A 11 AXIOM.
Ill pursuance of tlio sixth section of (lie
act of Congress entitled "An Act to sup
press insurrection, to punish tieison and
rebellion, to seize and confiscate the pro
perty of rebels, and' for other purposes,"
approved July 17, 1802, and which act,
and the joint resolution thereof, ro here
with published, I, Abraham Lincoln
President of the United .States, do here
by proclaim to and warn all persons
within the contemplation of said sixth
section to cese participating in, aiding,
countenancing, or ubft ting the existing
rebellion, or any rebellion, against the
(iovernnient of the United .Slates, and
to return to their proper allegiance to tho
United Mates, on pain of the foiTi'ifiires
and seizures as wilhin and by saitl sec
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United Mates to be aillxcd. ,
Done at the city of Washington,
ibis twenly-lifih day of July, in
the year of our Lord one thous
h. s. and eight hundred and sixty
two, and of the Independence of
(ho Uniled Mates the eighty-
By tho President :
William II. Si waro,
riecrelary of Mate?,
l'ciil.lc No. 1(10.
An act to suppress insurrection, to pun-
islt treason and rebellion, to seize and
confiscate the property of rebels, and
for olher purposes.
lie it eniu ted ly the St imte uitil Utilise of
li'lirrseiiltiHre if the I'niteU Xtue.i of Amer
icn in Vtittjre.it tttmnMeti. lliat every
person who shall hereafter commit the
crime of Ireasonjiigainst the United Males,
and shall be adjudged guilty Hieroo I , Hlia II
sillier death, and all his slaves, if any,
shall be declared and made free : or at
tbe discretion of the court, he shall be
iiniiristined for not les than five, Tears,
and Lined not less than ten thousand dol
lars, ami alUhis slaves, if any, shall be
declared aud luailo live ; said line snail
bo levied and collected on any or all of
tho property, real and personal, exclud
ing slaves, ol which the said peraou so
convicted was tho ow ner at the time of
committing the said crime, any salo or
conveyance to the ciiiitrary,ii(itwilh8tanil
ing. Sec. 2. AihU itftirllifi- emnU-il, That if
any person shall hereafter incite, set on
foot, assist, or engage in any rebellion
or insurrection agaiust the authority of
the United Slates, or the laws thereof, or
shall give aid or comfort thereto, or shall
engage in, or give aid and coin foi l to,
any such existing rebellion or insurrec
tion, and bernnvicleil thereof, such person
shall be punished by imprisonment for a
period uot exceeding ten years, or by a
line not exceeding ten thousand dollars,
aud by the liberation of all bis slaves if
any he have ; or by Imlhof said punish
ments, at tho discretion of tho court.
Sec. 3. !! be it fuither einu.'e t, That
every person jjiiilty of either of the oll'en
ces described in this act shall be forever
incapable and disqualified to hold any
oIlKc under the United Mates.
Sec. 4. Anile it further iuif.(, That
Ibis act shall not be construed in any
way to all act or altar the prosecution,
conviction, or punishment of any person
or prisons guilty of treason against the
I'uiteJ .Males before the passage of this
act, unless such person is convn ted uuder
Sec. f. Ami U it father em.tfl. That,
to insure tba siieedy termination of the
prestut rebellion, it shall be the duty of
tbe President of the United States to
cause the seizure of all tho estate and
property, money, stocks, credits, and ef
fects of the persons hereinafter named in
this frction, and to apply and use the
same and the proceeds thereof for the
support of the army of the United States;
that is to fay:
First. Of any person hereafter acting
as an ofllcer of the army or navy of the
rebels in amis against the (Iovernnient of
Hecondly Of any person hereafter
acting as President, Vice President,
member of Congress, judge of any court,
cabinet ollicer, foreign minister, com
missioner or conhul of tbe so called Con
federate States of Anioi ica.
Thirdly. Uf any person acting as Gov
ernor of a State, member of a Convention
or Legislature, or judge or any court of
any of the so called Confederate States
Fourthly. Uf any person who, having
held an ollice of honor, trust, or prollt in
tho United States shall, hereafter hold
an ollice in tbe so-called Confederate
States of America.
Fifthly. Uf any person hereafter hol
ding and office or agency under the (Jov
ernment of the so-called Confederate
States of America, or under any of the
several States of the said Confederacy,
or the laws thereof, whether such ollico
or agency be national, state, or muuicipal
in its name or character 1'rm'itletl, That
the persons thirdly, fourthly, aud fifthly
above described shaft have accepted their
appointment or election Since the date of
the pretended ordinance of secession of
the State, or shall have taken an oath of
allegiance, to, or to support the Consti
tution of, the 1 so-called Confederate
States. ;,. ,
.Sixthly. , Of any person who, owning
property in any loyal State or Teiritory
of the united States, or in the Distrlot of
Colombia, shall'hereafter assist and give
aid and comfort to such rebellion ; and
all sales, transfers, or conveyances of any
such projiorty shall be null and void ;
and it shall lie ft snllicient bar to any
Biiit brought by su jh person for 1he pos
session or use of such property, or any
of it, to allege and prove that he is one
of the persons described in this section.
Sro. (S. And lie it 'further encteffil, That
if any person within -any State or Ter
ritory of the United States other than
those named as aforesaid, after the pass
age of this act, being engaged in arnipd
rebellion a;:.inst the Government of tho
United States, or aiding or abetting such
rebellion, shall not, within sixty days
after public warning and proclamation
duly given and made by the President of
the United States, cease to aid, counte
nance, and abet such rebellion, and re
turn lo bis allegiance to the United
States, all the estate and property, mon
eys, stocks and credits ot such person
shall be liable to seizure as nforcsaid,
and it shall be the duty of the President
to seize and use them as aforesaid, or the
proceeds thereof. And all sales, trans
fers -or conveyances of any such property
after the expiration of the said sixty
days from tho (late of Btich warning and
proclamation, shall be null and void ;
and it shall be a snllicient bar to any
suit brought by such' person for the pos
session or the use of such property, or
any of it, to allege and prove that he is
one of the persons described in this
Skc -'l''" f 'oilier evttetnl, 1 hat
to secure the condemnation and sale of
any such property, after the same shall
havo, been seized, so that it may be mado
uYiilablc for the purposes aforesaid, pro
ceedings in rem shall be instituted in
the name of the United States in nny
district court thereof, or in any Territo
rial court, or in the United States dis
trict court for the I listrii't of Columbia,
within which the property above descri
bed, or any part thereof, may be found,
or into which tho same, if moveable, may
first be brought, w hich proceedings shall
conform as nearly as may be to proceed
ings in admiralty or revenue cases, and
said property, whether real or personal,
shall bo lound to have belonged to a per
son engaged in rebellion, or who has giv
en aid or comfort thereto, tbe samo shall
be condemned as enemies' property and
become tbe property of the United States,
and may be disposed of as the court shall
decree, and tho proceeds thereof paid in
to the Treasury of the United Slates for
the purposes aforesaid.
Sec. 8. ,'jf hit further enacted, That
the several courts aforesaid shall have
power to make such order., establish
such forms of decree and sale, and di
rect such deeds and conveyances to be
PTenited and delivered br ihe marshals
thereof where real eft ale shall be sub
ject to sale, as shall filly and eflkiently
enect the purposes of this act, and vest
in the purchasers of such properly good
and valid titles thereto. Aud the said
courts shall have power to allow suth
fees and charges of their officers as shall
be reasonable and proper in the premises.
Sec. 0 Aed be it further enmied, That
all slaves of persons who shall hereafter
be engaged in rebellion against the Gov
ernment of the I'nited Slates, or who
shall in any way give aid or comfort
thereto, escaping from such persons and
taking refuge within the lines of the
army; and all slaves captured from (tu b
persons or deserted by them and coming
tinder the control of tho Government of
tho United States, and all slave of such
persons found on or being within any
place occupied by relH'l forces anil af
terwards occupied by the forces of the
I'nited States, shall be deemed captives
of war. and shall be forever free of
their servitude, and not again held as
Sec. 1'). And U it fmihtr envied. That
no slave escaping into any Slate, Ter
ritory or the llistrlct of Columbia, from
any other State, shall bo delivered up, or
in any way impeded or hindered ol his
liberty, except for crime, or some of
fense against tbe laws, unless the tieison
claiming saitl fugitives shall lirst make
oalh that the person to whom the labor
or service of such fugitive is alleged to
be due is his lawful owner, anil has not
borne ai ins against the United States in
tbo present rebellion, nor in any way
given aid ami comfort thereto; and no
person t ijfcbe4 in the military or naval
service of tho United Slates shall, under
any pretence whatever, assume to de
cide on the validity of the claim of any
erson to the service or labor of any
other person, or surrender np any such
person to tho claimant, on pain of being
dismissed from the service. .
Sec. 11. Andbeil further tnnctf.1, That
tho President of the Uniled States is au
thorized to employ as many persons of
African descent as'he may deem necessa
ry, snd proper for tho supprcsaion of
this rebellion, ami for this purpose be
may organize and tise them In such man
ner us he may judgo best for the public
Sec. 12. And U it further tnnrted, That
the President of tho United Stales is
hereby authorized to make provision for
tho transportation, colonisation, anil set
tlement, in some tropical country beyond
the limits of the United States, of such
persons of tho African race, made free by
the provisions of this act, as may be wil
ling lo emigrate, having first obtained
tbe con-ienr" of tho (iovernnient of said
country to their protection and settle
ment within the same, with all the rights
and privileges of freemen.
"Sec. l.'l. And lie il further entit led, That
the President is hereby authorized, at
any time hereafter, by proclamation, tu
extend to persons who may have partici
pated in the existing rebellion iu any
State or part thereof, pardon and amnes
ty, with such exceptions and at snch.
time and on such conditions as he may
deem expedient tor the public welfare,
Stic. 14. And le, it fuither entie'ed, That
the courts of the United Slates shall have
power to institute proceedings, make or
ders and decrees, issue process, aud do
all other things necessary to carry this
act into cll'ect.
Approved, July 17, 18(12.
. Pciii.io Hksohition No. 54.
JOINT Ei:S0LUTr0X extraordinary of
"An act to suppress iasurrection, tr
punish treason and rebellion, to seize
and confiscate the property of rebels,
; and for other purposes."
Rem deed Iff On Semite and Unite of Hq
reienttitive.i nf the I'nited State of America
in Cangrets n.viemliled, That the provisions
of the third clause of tho fifth section
of "An act to suppress insurrection, to
punish treason and rebellion, to seize and
confiscate tho property of rebels, and for
other purposes," shall bo so construed as
nut to apply to any act or acts done prior
to the passage thereof, nor to include any
member of a State Legislature or Judge
of any Stats Cotirt, who has not, in ac
cepting or entering upon his oflice, taken
an oath to support the Constitution of
(lie so called "Confederate Slates of
America," nor shall any punishment or
proceedings tinder said act bo so cou
sfrued as to work a forfeiture of tho real
estato of the olleiuler, beyond his natural
Approved, July 17, 1802.
From our Army Hrlorn II Icliiiioud.
A correspondent of an Ilastern paper
writes as follows from Gen. McCleli.an's
BrrFELINliS OF I'HISOVKHS AT RICHMOND.
There is no inisltke whatever about the
telegram announcing that Gen. lix has
made an arrangement with the Rebels for
an immediate, and ct neral exchange of
prisoners, as I learnt it from the lips of
en. 1'ix himself, with permission to give
it publicity. That the arrangement is
being faithfully caried nut is best proved
by the vessels constantly arriving here,
and bringing btrgo freights of our gal
lant fellows from the clutches of tbe en
And indeed it was time to enter iuto
some arrangement for their release from
Jfichiiiond. Tho scenes to bo witnessed
on board of one of theso transports, fill
ed with men from the pestilential dun
geons of that city, and the tales of stiller
ing to be heard from those who havo
undergone them, are enough to make one
shudder. It would not be lair to lay the
sullcnngs of our men entire to tho vin
dictive and cruel spirit of the Itebels, but
partly from that cause, and partly from
the paucity among them of medicines,
stores und medical knowledge there can
be no doubt that our poor soldiers among
them undergo tho terrors of purgatory.
This is not stated only on the asser
lion of the various sick aud wounded
men with whoui 1 have conversed on board
our transports, but on the authority of
Or. Iiiirgess, or tho S. U. Spaulding, w ho,
by the way, deserves honorable mention
for thn kindness and uuremittiii! mien
turns which all the belpuess rel ieve who
are fortunatec noughlo fall into his hands.
Or. l'uirgess asserts that the wounded
soldiers who were given over to him at
City Point were most of thein covered
over with lice, and their neglee.'ed w omuls
were iu so dreadful a state that many of
thein had maggots enough to lill a wine
glass! His description was perfectly hor
rifying of the mode in which tho poor
fellows wero sent to liim. Men packed
together iu open freight cars many so
weak as to lie unable to turn themselves
with their wounds putrefying, and
joggled along the dusty road, wllh their
upturned laces lo llie burning sun, with
out a cheap aiming to save them from
its intolerable rays. In spite of their
weakness aud exhaustion he says it was
pitiful, but grand, to see the eagerness wi'h
which they welcomed the boat that came
to their relief. Men without legs and
aims, mutilated in every conceivable
shais' many w asted away to mere shell
tons by disease found strength enough
to hobble in such nuuiliers to the friendly
deck that guards were aiilually ntet kau-
ry to restrain their impetuosity, socagtr
were the heart-broken boys lo find them
selves once more under that glorious old
Hag for w hich they havo bled and siiIIit
ed but, let us hope, not iu vain.
Mnv on the Miauldiiig told mo that
their food was not only pour but insulli
cieiit;that they were shut tip in close,
. . i . - .1 r . i. : ..l . i.
' 111-Vellllinteil rimuin, mini euiiu ltj
w i re oot permitted to stir, and that I which this day, oil the ballli tit Ids ol the
aller taking all the good bandages I New Wot Id, transmit the lni.il .try rrpti
they could llnd lor their ow n men, tation of our race, and so n dt nuis, by a
they pretendi d to dress the wounds of page ol honest valor, the contemporary
ours with the same old bandages they j L. story or a ptoplo flout w bute political
had removed, all covered with putrvSfd
matter, "or if they (rave us new ones,"
said one soldier, "it was like this," sinter
ing a piece of rough sackcloth. How
different an example of hnmanity Is the
North setting! When Gni. MeClcllan
heard or the sufTorings or our soldiers In
ltichmond ho proposed to the rebel au
thorities lo send them lemons, oranges,
jellies, and other articles needed by the
sick. The rebel oflloors revised, stating
that as thrir men had none, our ooold
not be prmitU'd to ctiior snch distinction.
Gen. MeClellan was "not to be deterred
from doing good to our men, even though
he benefited rebels at the same time, and
sent on abundant supplies fur tbe sick
and wounded in their hospitals Union
orrebels. And yet it incur seel ion of the
country which the Ignition Times had the
audacious impudence to say is fast be
coming "brutalized by th s war."
The army will die to a man defending
our country, but w.U nt f,t,ht for jm&cUng
traittirs. A broad anil distinct line has
to bo drawn and that immediately be
tween those who are for the Union and
those who are ujauU it; the former to
be encouiiKjeJ, the latter overcome by any
and every means known fo civilized war
fire, and all side issues, be it slavery or
anything else, must nut will be thrown
A monstrous instance of the necessity
of this last step of the Administration,
came to my notice lust evening. Or. Ber
ry, of General Kearney's Oivision, Kegi-
meutal Surguon of tho lhirly-cighth N.
lork, was my intormant, and authorized
me to tiso his namo if 1 desired it. It
happened that during tho moinenlouB
week before Richmond, Major Oomiuick,
or the Second New York Volunteers, or
Sedgwick s Division, a brave ami noble
young ollicer, round himself, by General
Mctlellan a Orders, passing from the left
w ing to support the right. On the road
he was overcome with sickness and fa
tigue, and was compelled to slop, with a
servant, opposite a grand house, owned
by one Dr. Harrison, a noted rebel, who
had removed his family to Richmond,
and was staying at home with his doors
fastened but protected by a United titate
l'roi'tisl tjuard. After askiuur tho sentinel
at tho portico what regiments wero near,
Major Dominick, learned, accidentally,
that his friend, Dr. Perry, was in the
neighborhood. The latter was sent to,
but, finding it impossible to absent him
self immediately from imoorlant duties,
said he would ride out in early morninit.
Ho did so; round tho Major had cone t
join his regiment, after Bleeping all night
on the Im e jtoreh of a foutiem nal, emu
foiahli shewing inside, tciDi a United SUitea
patrol pus.viy in front of Ins h we ! That
night s exposure cost the gallant Major
his life ; for it brought on a disease
which ended in death at the Futaw
House, in Baltimore. This same Harri
son is now in tho Rip Raps here, and is
a rebel of the first water. His house is
known to have been in the direct track
or the first rebel raid airainst tho White
House, tinder Stuaif, ami there is "no
doubt whatever that the said house, ami
the adjacent one ir Or. Tyler, were
among l tie headquarters or the conspira
tors. 1 best! aro specimens ol tho fellows
to protect whose properly our men have
hitherto had to sacrillce thur lives by
thousands. No wonder if they now re-
joice to i tnai war is, at lasi, lo no
waged in earne.it.
Men, neit Officers, Wanted.
Gen. T. F. Mkaoiier, the hero chief of
the Irish Brigade, made a speech in New
York on the 20th ult., from which w
extract tho following passages
I ask for recruits, "flood." I ask
for them with a significant emphasis, anil
1 ask for them alone. Chwrs. Wo
don't want any more officers. W. have
enough or them in the Army of the Po
fornac, and moro than eunuch, if we aru
to judge of the shoals in which they aro
coming down the James river, and spread
ing themselves all over these safo and
delicious sanctuaries of the loafer, tbo
military schemer, the impostor and pol
troon. Groans and hisses.) We want
no raw importations with unblemished
buttons and virgin blades. Continued
groans. We want men strong, honest,
vigorous, hearty men men with muskets,
instead of straps, across the shoulders,
Cheers. The officers now in commis
sion, w ho havo conducted themselves w ith
ability in the field antt have foiighl with
honor, should have tho llrst promotions.
They should be advanced before evuy y
other claimant for military distinctions,
no matter how useful, enterprising or
potential the citizen, now devoured with
the love of danger and immortality, and
panting for double bars of gold, orailvcr
eali s, should chance to be. (.beers
Then nunc Ihe iion-commissionnd ollicer-t.
They should have tbe llrst ( oininisMioiis
vacant in their regiments. ICheeis
The soler, diligent, bravo Sergeant, who
has been in battle and stood thn tempest
as calmly as thongh it were a dress pa
rade he was going through, should take
the lead in the army liat of judges.
bankers, the most influential of politici
ans, or Ihe most w arlike of tho Senators
themselves. Prolonged cheering. 'lhat
is ti e way to do it. That is the way to
recuperate the Army of the 1 'obi mar, and
make it stronger and bolder than ever it
had been. Never mind new regiments
until the old one, that have proved their
metal ami baptized their colors, shall
have been snllicient ly recruited Never
mind sending us new officers until the
vacancies now existing shall have been
tilled up by the tried officers, commit
sioned ami non-comiiiissioueil, who are
on the ground.
Come, then, Irishmen, since neither in-siilli-n
nt nor u i sound food, nor insuffi
cient clothing, imr execs of work, nor
disease, nor any injustice, blunder or
Delect have been tho causi s or those
lid gitpn in the ranks of the brigade.
sceptre, in the ancient palace, the priJe
and iower seem to have passed away
cheers since to blieirown fidelity, their
own courage, their Ow n utter disregard or
life in Ihe discharge of their dot ies, the
decimation is owing which I have com
liere to endeavor to repair, and since
it should bo the vehement desire and in- '
tense ambition of every Irishman, who
has one chord within him that vibrates
to the traditions or thai old I Trie and
martial land ir his, not to permit its flag,'
so vividly emblematic or tho verdure v(
its soil and (be immortality of its faith,
lo be compromised in any' just struggle
in which il is displayed. Cheers. Since
me tilings are so, i Mere ibis night call
upon my countrymen in this city lo
throw themselves forward, and nlcdiMiiff
themselves In liie and death lo if, to stand
lo the last lir that noble little brio. a i
which has been truo to its military oath,
liuo to the Republic airainst the enemies
of which it strikes, truo lo (he promises
of its unfaltering Mends, and true to the
memories, the pride and hopes of Ireland.
1 rolonged applause.)
Como my countrymen, Mini yourselves
with a generous passion into the armed
lines over which waves, with achieved
and admitted honor, tho Hair lhat was
once borne in wralh and iriumuh by the
O'Neil beyond tho mountains and ford
or L ister against the stateliest and most
stalwart foes oT tho Irish race cheers
he Hag which flew in defUncr Trout
the walls or Limorick, until neither low-
is oT granite nor hearts or oak could
avail lor life and freedom the flair which
Robert Fnuuetl loud cheers, the last of
the consecrated martyrs or our race, lav
ished hi wealth, hi genius, his lire, and,
above nil, denied himseir eternally the
promised happiness of a home radiant
w ith the light and lovoofa wire in har
mony with his own grand nature, so that
be might plant it high above the "strong
hold of tho enemy of bis country, and
fromlhateminence;annoiiDce lo the world,
through the (lashings of its emerald folds,
tho redemption or what in history may
be ono of the oldest, but which in resour
ces, in hope, in faith iu heart, in all that
infuses and perpetuates a national vi
tality, will ever be the youngest nation
of the world. Tumultuous cheerinir.1
Come, my countrymen, one more elorl,
magnanimous aud chivalrous, for the
Republic, which, lo thousands and thous
and or you, has been a tower of impreg
nable security, n pedestal or renown and
a palace or prosperity, after the worrying,
the scandals and the shipwreck lhat, fur
the most part, havo been (or many gen
erations the implacable destiny of our
race. Come, my countrymen, in tbe
namo ol Richard Montgomery, who died
to assert tho liberty, and in the namo of
Andrew. I aekson, who swore by Ihe K.ter
nal to uphold the authority of the nation;
as you exult in Ihe gallantry or James
Shields cheers! how lone as voti
point with the highest prido lo the staunch
loyalty, tho jiotient courage, and stern
nerve of Michael Corcoran, rollow me to
to the James river, and as each and all
of you should emulate their ex
ample and us you are inspired by it, cast
your fortunes with that brigade, which,
to the credit and glory of In land, has al
ready on seven battle iftf, proved its
devotion to this Republic, under Ihe com
mand and chieftainship of the fearless,
the gifted, the indomitable young Gen
eral of the Army or the Po'lotnac Gen.
Geo. It. MeClellan tremendous cheer
ing again and anaiu renewed to whom
lhat tray is thoroughly snd unanimously
dovoletl renewed cheering andwhose
great and good heart has been He inspi
ration, a his splendid genius has been
its salvation in Hie most critical of limes.
Tho Richmond 1 nouiren miih thirl r nf
mo negro stealing x ankeus, or McCIol
lau's army, receullv visiliol thn farm
Or. Richard Kppes, on James River, and
stain ivj neproes, which, added to 4JJ
previously stolen, drlirivad l)r. K. r,f
every negro he owned, except Ut, which
Had been previously removed by him.
The New York Post says there is now
so great a demand ror labor vf every
kind that it is next lo Impossible to In
duce men to enlist. A few days since,
ono of the contractor on the Coney
Island Railroad aiivcrtiscd for lifty la
borers, offering $1 2."i per day, but not a
single applicant appeared.
PlluPOHKli Tli.NNKl. Il is proponed (
run a tunnel under the river to Chicago,
to accommodate the travel, which lias
become loo large for tho bridges.
The bold sailor hoy porter, who cap
tured the Tubal Cain, will realize $ IN 7M)
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