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WEDNESDAY MQENIXG, AUG. C, 1BGX.
The following resolution was unaril-inotislf-adopfed
t (U great Slate Union
Convention liclUjn thiscitMaj 12,1802:
EevAveJ, Thai wg rerogDla in tlie
Namhyii.i.e Ukioh an abl exponent of
the principle of the Union men of Ten
ncss, and we carnrmlr recommend it
M well deserving of the pationagc of
Union men everywhere:
Crtmixai Use or Fine Anns. A tua
named Craw, living in South Nashville,
was yealerday morning Lrought before
the Eccordi r, charged with a cartU-ss or
criminal ne of fire artns, and with imiiig
language calculated to provoko a breach
of tht eac. TbJ evidence mi positive
thai one hall struck the ground a abort
distance from a lady passing nj the road;
and that kolwilliet aiiding ite was then
cautioned on (he subject, the sauioeven
in (Monday lasl), he again fired oIT his
musket, the ball passing close by the bead
of another lady, and paming within
beariog, and striking within a few feet
of, two convalritcent soldiers reclining
under a tree in the Catholic Cemetery.
On the lady ropicsting him to be more
careful, he told Jier to "go to hell, you
." The defence act up wan,
that lie was cleaning bis gun. He was
fined $3 and costs for using the bad lan
guage, and the costs on the other charge
in all $10. The penally should have
been ten times the amount.
This was the only business transacted,
in consequence of the death of William
Yabarovgit, First Lieutenant of the
Night Folicc, whose loss is much lament
ed by las friends and associates.
' John Morgan took with him from Ken
tucky the best horses and the meanest
men he could find in tho State. Ionia
villa Journal. ; .;' '
' No be didn't, lie left Bkuiaii Ma
ooptin and Lazarvh Powell.
The Richmond Whig advises that all
the dogs in Kichmoud be exterminated.
Hut what would the . Wh'y do for an
editor in, that case ? . .. ':
A rebel says that John C. Breokinriixie
regards Kentucky with the same love
that a mother regards her offspring. Wo
read tho other day of a crazy mother
who out the beads on? seven of her chil
dren, and we guess that's about tho sort
of a mother Jons C. BnEcKiKniuuE is.
, This war will last so long as God pleas
es, but so long as it lasts we mean to
fight for freedom of conscience, and free
dom of speech, and against traitors who
are attempting to subject both to the cen
sorship of a slave oligarchy, with its
Vigilance Committees, and Minute Men,
and Judge Lynches. Ho who favors the
latter is the enemy not only of his coun
try, but of the human race.
pr.KP. Davis' policy has freed thou
sands of slaves; Aiirauam Lincoln's has
not freed one! Judge them by their acts,
and Davis is the Abolitionist and Lin
coln the friend of the loval slave-holder.
Auction Sai.h. We invite the especial
attention of our readers to the advertiHe
Dieul of Mr. M. L. Alsandeii, in nnotlur
column. Any consignments made to him
or any business entrusted to him in his
line we have no doubt will receive prompt
attention. He will oflYr for sale fbis
morning at auction, a variety of goods,
both staple and fancy. Also, two nun
drcd barrels of salt. Sale to commence
at 0 o'clock, at No. 71 Tublio Square.
All who are desirous of purchasing goods
cheap, should attend.
ruy .or pell Tennessee money, Green
backs, God, Silver, Kentucky, Georgia,
North and South Carolina, Virginia, Ala
bama, Louisiana and other Bunk Notes,
Rills, Scrip aud ShlnpUnters, at the In
surance Office ot W. J. Maiir, on College
Street, opposite the Sewaneo House, there
you will obtain the best rates without the
trouble of trying elsewhere.
. Aug.C-lf.. . . ' '
innmrivr in m:ti.!;ks.
Matthews' Machiues for making pure
sparkling Soda Warm for bottling or
retailing from the counter, are the jnost
simple, make tho best article, and cost
less than any other. Plain printed in
structions for making the Soda Water and
delicious Syrups, go with the Machines.
Send for illustralod catalogues; it con
tains much that every Sutler Bhould
know. Address John Mattiikws, maker
of Soda Watku Ah-asatus, Nos. 'M and
431), First Avenue, Now York.
llKADQUABTKUS 9tH ILLINOIS, )
Htntsvuxe, Ala , July, lsi'.'.
General Ok rEn No. u!.
All Commissioned and Nou-Coiumis-sioned
Officers, Musicians and Privates,
belonging to the UHh Kegiiuent Illinois
Volunteers, who are now away from their
respective companies, except those who
have a Surgvon's Certificate of Disability
(which must bo subsequent to the date of
this order), or are on regularly detached
service, will report to these Headquarters
within ten days of ibe date of the pub
lishment of this order.
Those failing ( comply with this or
der will be treated as drsvrtvrs, and their
names will be publibhed as sueh. This
order will be carried out to the letter.
Py order of
' F. HAUD1NU,
M. D. Tkmii.e,
Acting Adjutant. Aug IS-lOt.
. (From tU Baltlintira Cllpir 1
Stickler for the C niliuiln.
Were it not for Jnipudencs of (he thing
it would be amusing to hear the seces
sionists prate about the violations of the
Constitution, on the part of the ofllcers of
thegoveromrnt, in their efforts to put
down the rebellion. The very men who
to-dsymaybe denouncing the Union
and the government, which are the fruits
of Ihe Constitution, and by which it
alone can be maintained who are de
claring in fact, that we havt no (Xtem
ment ; that the Union is gone, when In
trouble and 'hey begin to find that there
it a government, under that constitution,
able and ready to punish the violators of
law, are loud in their claims for the
benelits afforded nnder it, tbey then
raise that their riijhtt have been invaded,
and that the constitution is violated, which
they are striving with all thoir might to
destroy 1 Soch consummate impudence
was probably never before exhibited, as
is presented in the case of these traitors.
Men who, with arms in their bunds,
are caught in the very act of attempting
tho moral murder of the constitution,
and uniting with tho intended literal as
sassins of the execu ive who is sworn to
protect and support that constitution,
attempt to raise a terriblo buo and cry,
if they are placed in durance vile for
their great crimp, and are refused the
privilege of renewing their outrages
against the country.
Oov. l'ierpolnt, of Western Virginia, in
his letter to tho late monster war meeting
at New York, takes hold of this subject,
and shows the hypocrisy of these traitors,
who would trample under their feet a
thousand constitutions, if they stood in
the way of accomplishing the ohject of
the getters-op of this rebellion. Those
who had no word of condemnation for
the violence upon ihe constitution and the
laws of the land, on the lUth of April,
were horriiied when traitors were denied
tho use of the hubeas corpus, and lifted up
their hands with holy horror at tho pro
fessed profanation of tho constitution !
and these same men have been heard to
exult in the supposed defeat of those who
have left everything dear to roan to de
fend the constitution and their country
from the traitors in arms who have im
perilled the very existence of both! Mr.
I'ierpointin bis letter gives Mr. Jeffer
son's views upon Ihe subject beforo us,
and surely no one can doubt that Mr.
Jefferson understood the nature of the
constitution, and the duiicsof thoso who
are sworn to "protect and tieml" it which
in an especial and peculiar manner is
mado tho duty of the President. He
saya : , - ...,.
" Mr. Jefferson has given us advice, in
tended, doubtless, for occasions liko the
present, lie says: 'A strict obscrvanco of
the written law is doubtless one of Ihe
highest duties of a good citizen; but not
tho highest. Tho law of necessity, self
preservation, or saving our country when
in danger, are of higher obligation. To
lose our country" by a scrupulous adher
ence to written law, would be to lose the
law itself, with life, liberty, property, and
all those who aro enjoying them with us;
thus absurdly sacrificing the end to the
means.' Here is a chart made for the
occasion by one who comprehended our
institutions and the enormities oi rebel
lion." , The following eloquent and truthful
remarks of Gov. F. will find a response
in the hearts of every loyal man :
"Six months before the breaking out
of the rebellion, all that portion of our
country outside of the rebel States was
the most prosperous and happy people on
the face of tho earth, llul the rebels,
like Haman, borne down by the weight
of their own iuipotency, envious of their
moro prosperous neighbors, conceived tho
scheme of taking from us, by inaugu
rating this rebellion, the glorious inheri
tance of our fathers, purchased by their
blond freely spilled upon an hundred
batllo fields. We owe it to ourselves, to
posterity, to tho sacred memory of our
fathers, to mele to them llanian's fate.
To do (his, wo should be as economical
as possible of tho lives of the loyal sol
diers, and provide bountifully tor those
going to the Held and for tlioso they leave
"Say to them when they go: 'Use all
the means God, and nature, and circum
stances have put in your power to sup
press tho rebellion and punish traitors.'
lkcbols' property, in the rebel Sense of the
word, of whatever kind, sensible or in
sensible, should be made to contribute to
the suppression of tho rebellion in any
manner that it can be made available.
"This war has been inaugurated and
prosecuted by tho rebels without refer
ence to the rights ol Union men. It is
not for them to claim Constitutional
guarantees. They have no rights under
the Constitution, save the infliction of
tho penalty of their crimes. They have
grown insolent by their dominion over
their slaves, until they have adopted as
their political axiom, ' that slavery is the
normal condition of the working clause.'
Upon that principle they are attempting
to build their empire. This is in dero
gation of English liberty and American
liberty, and of all that has raised the
Anglo-Saxon race to its grratnees in this
country and in Europe. It is an attempt
to degrade every free laboring man in the
nation; not only the native born, but the
German and iristima.n, who seek au
asylum in this land of l he free, aro de
nounced as only ill for slaves," .
The l.alrat aao of Southern C hlv
A correspondent of the New York 2W
bune tells this story of the battle with
the Arkansas :
" John Goher, engineer of tho Lan
caster, was slightly sealded by the ex
plosion of the mud-receiver on Tuesday,
and in the confusion of the moment step
ped overboard, and swam for the Louisi
ana shore. I'.efore be could reach land,
however, ho found himself exhausted,
and being near the Arkansas, moving
slowly down the river, he struck out for
her, and caught hold of her stern. He
had not clung there but a few seconds
an object of pity and sympathy that
l'atagoniau would have respected when
a rebel thrust bia rille out of a loophole,
and shot the poor fellow through the head,
scattering bis brains over Ihe suifaee of
the m ater.
" 1 heard this story at the time, but as
I did not witness il myself, 1 thought it
too revoltingly cruel even for a Seccs
ionist. Since then I hare been assured
of the truth of the report by a soldier
who was swimming near the engineer
w licit he was foully murdered, 'ibe sol
dier also saya that ihs crew of the Aikn
eaa lired upon liim'nitd every man they ob
served endeavoring lo save hiniaelf iu Ihe
river. Is there anliltoo barbarous fur ihe
boasted chivalry of Ibe South to commit'.'
Is there any limit to their iuhumaniiy '!
Are they exceptions to 'he lawsof justice
and Ihe promptings of mercy suppoaed
Co govern, under certain i ity -provoking
circumstances, even the iiereeM of savages?"
By Last Night's Mail.
300,000 Militia to be Called Oat.
Refusal of the Tresident to Accept
IIcAixjCABTtRs Army or ViboiniaJ
Washington, Aug. 3. )
7b Major Gtntral UaUvck :
The reconnoiterin; colnmn nnder Gen.
Ciawford crossed the Rapidan and push
ed forward to Orange Courthouse yester
day, and took possession.of the town,
which was occupied by two regiments of
the enemy's cavalry under Gen. Robert
son. Eleven of the enemy were killed
and 12 taken prisoners among the lat
ter, one Major, two Captains, and trvn
Lieutenants. Our loss is two killed and
three wounded. . The enemy retired in
such haste as to leave their wounded in
our hands. The railroad and telegraph
lioe between Orange Courthouse and
Gordonsville were destroyed.
(Signed) JOHN D. lOTE,
Major General commanding.
IlEAninARTEits Army op Potomac,)
Monday, August 4.
Ever since Ihe tiring upon our shipping
at the mailboat landing by the enemy's
batteries our troops have occupied the
opposite shore. Yesterday a reconnois
sauce was made from that point back into
tho country to within fourteen miles of
Petersburg. It was conducted by Colonel
Eveiill, and was composed of one hun
dred and fifty men of the Fifty-sixth
United States and one hundred and fifty
of the Thirtieth Pennsylvania cavalry,
with four companies of tho First Michi
gan infantry. Captains Caster and lljwen
of General McClcllan's staff, accompanied
them. At Cox's Mills, live miles from the
river, they encountered the Thirteenth
Virginia cavalry drawn up in line. Our
men charged upon them, when they broko
and ran. They drove them back to their
encampment at Sycamore Church, two
miles and half further, where they again
formed, but were ingloriously put to
flight, leaving behind all their tents,
camp equippage, and commissary stores,
which our troops gathered together and
The rebels had two horses killed, six
men wounded, and two taken prisoners.
Our loss was one horse killed. After
scout ing the country a short distance fur
ther they returned to the river.
There is no further evidence of rebel
gunboats on the river this side of Fort
Darling. Information received here goes
to show that the new Mcrrimac will not
be ready to operate for three weeks yet.
Two of the gunboats were yesterday
engaged in shelling the opposite shore
above City Point.
Tho health of the Iroops has began to
improve ever since they began to receive
fresh vegetables, which were ordered to
bo issued to them by Gen. McClellan.
Washington, Aug. 4.
Tbo following order has just been is
Was Department, )
Washington, D. Ang. 4.J
Ordered, 1st That a draft of three
hundred thousand militia be immediately
called into the service of the United
States, to serve r nine months, unless
sooner discharged. The Secretary ol
War will assign the quota to the States,
and establish regulations for the draft.
Second. That if any State shall not by
the lTith of August, furnish its quota of
the additional 300,(XX' volunteers au
thorized by lair, the deficiency in that
.State will also be made tip by a special
draft from the militia, and the Secretary
of War will establish regulations for this
Third, regulations will be prepared by
the War Department and presented to the
President, with the object of seem ing the
promotion of ollieers of tho army and
volunteers for meritorious and distin
guished services, and of preventing ihe
nominations and appointments in the
military service of incompetent and un
worthy otllcers. Tho regulations will
also provide for ridding the service of
such incompetent persons as now hold
commissions by the President.
KlAVIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Nkw York, Aug. 4. A Fortress Mon
roe lotler (o the Post, says Iluruside's
corp has embarked and is moving off.
The gunboats and morfar-boats arc un
der orders, and when they strike tho
splinters will Uy.
At a meeting of tho Common Council
to-day, Mayor Opdyke sent in a message
uruing immediate steps to co-operate
Willi the Federal Government in perfect
ing the defenses of this harbor, and re
commending the appropriation of a mil
lion dollars for the construction of iron
plated batteries and ships. At a meeting
of the Hoard of Aldermen an ordinance
was offered providing a bounty of If M) in
addition lo all other offered by the Stale
and the United Slates, lo each Volunteer,
aud appropriating $260,()(X) therefor.
Wasuixoton. Aug. 4 In answer to a
despatchofprouiiuent citizens who waited
on tho President to-day lo urge Ihe ac
ceptance of negro regiments, Mr. Lincoln
replied that ho could not accept negro
regiments, but would accept as many as
offered as laborers. This, it is under
Stood, is the settled policy ol the Gov
ernment. A ScjUNDnEi. Pars IIim Poinii. Let
ters have been received in this city im
plicating Lieutenant John Schilling, of
tho Fifty-seventh Illinois Infantry, Col.
Ualdnin, in a most rascally and outra
geous swindle. A little over fwo months
ago he obtained a furlough to visit this
city, and when he left Ihe regiment at
Corinth he was entrusted with six thous
and dollars by hi comrades for distri
bution among Iheir f iinilies in this city
and vicinity. He lias not been heard
from since, and complaints aro shower
ing into Superintendent Bradley's otlice
liy the soldiers' wives, who have received
letters from (heir husbands iu relation to
the matter. There is very little doubt
that the heartless rascal has decamped
with his ill-gotten spoils ; but wherever
he goes the curses of impoveriahed fam
ilies will fullow him. ( hicaijtt Journal.
Tim ItETOHT CotRTKors. A Fourth
street merchant said to his hired man
the other d.j ; "Here, Patrick, here's
filly dollars; uow go and en lift in some
good region lit, right aw ay ; enlist in
some regiment, I don't care what one it
is." '' I'm obliged to you, but 1 should
rather bo excused," said Putrick. Hitre's
a hundred dollars," pulling tho roll out
of ins pantaloons poc ket, "here's a hun
dred dollars if you'll enlist in some good
regiment." firict'mufi ( Vmj?Yui '.
Rumored Evacuation of Richmond.
Rebels about to make the South
Bank of James River their Base
for Defensive Operations.
15,000 Federals Cross James River.
Arrival of the Arabia.
Telegraph Operators not Required
to Enroll in the Militia.
Intercepted Letter from Ocn. Fillow.
Fortress Monhoe, July o. The reb
el sympathisers here report that the
rebels are evacuating Kichmoud. A dis
patch from General Pope's headquarters
corroborates this. The same is believed
at Washington, where the peoplo think
pestilence bas broken out at Kichmoud.
The rebels have taken the South line
of James Itiver as their line of defence.
Fifteen thousand Federal troops have
crossed the James river.
Sr. Jobns, Aug. 5. The steamer Ara
bia arrived from Liverpool, via (paeons
town, on the 27th. The news by her is
unimportant. Consols ninety-four and
one-eighth to ninety-four and one-half.
American securities were pressed for
sale, but quotations were difficult to give.
An order was passed in tho War De
partment excluding telegraphers from
enroll ueii t in the army.
Nkwauk, Ohio, Aug. 5. An intercept
ed letter from General Pillow says that
the South will achieve her independence,
but will lose one thousand millions of
dollars worth of negroes .
San Fbancisoo, Aug. 4. George B.
Langlcy and John W. Wilde died yes
terday. ' . -
The Eastern lines were interrupted by
a thunder storm.
One lUilllou or Soldiers,
We heartily concur with the following
remarks of tho T.oehester (N. Y.) Union.
Indeed, they are almost tho very words
we used on the same point weeks ago.
We mutt push this war on with over
"As soon as the 300,000 men are raised,
.tliere shmld be a draft of not a man less tlian
000,000 more. Let Ihese 500,000 be ga
thered with all possible spoed and placed
In the field ready for the fall campaign.
Our effective force will then not exceed
a million. With a million of men our
armies will be able to penetrate Ihe South
at all points ; to seize aud hold the State
capitals and all stragetic points ; to make
the occupation of tho enemy's country
self-supporting, because we should be
strong enough to take whatever is neces
sary to make it so ; and we should dis
hearten the rebels by the exhibition of a
force with which they could not hope to
cope. If we are determined to put down
the rebellion at all hazards, let us say so
by our ads by putting forth all our
strength now, and doing up tho job effec
tually. If otherwise, let us have an ar
mistice at once with a view to negotia
tions, for it is a crime which language is
powerless to d fine to conduct the war,
in the future as it has been couducted in
the past. 'Phis constant stopping for a
time and remaining on tho defensive,
while we recruit our armies, so as to equal
the enemy's, is not only ridiculous, but
HKAIigUAIlTERS, U. S. FoltCKS, i
Nashvii.i.k, July 2lt, lb
ueii ral Order yo. 18.
The ollieers and soldiers of this com
mand are reminded that no orders au
thorizing an indiscriminate pillaging and
robbing of the inhabitants have yet been
promulgated by the Commanding Gener
al of this District, or by any authority
known lo tho Army of the Ohio. On the
contrary, the orders heretofore issued
against marauding and other like prac
tices, destructive of military discipline,
detrimental to the public service, are still
of binding force ia (ho District of the
Ohio, and the penalties imposed for a vio
lation of these orders will still be visited
upon all offenders.
No soldier is allowed to make searches
or captures except by order of his com
manding ollieers; and all captured prop
erty belongs lo the Government of Ihe
Uuited States, and not to the ofllcer or
soldier making the capture, and must be
turned over to Ihe Quartermaster's De
partment. An illegal or unauthorized seizure is
a niitry; and the perpetrator of such a
crime merits snd will receive theseveiest
punishment authorised by military law.
Commanding Ofllcers of Regiments and
detachments will be held responsible for
the conduct of their men ; and it is ex
pected that the orders heretofore issued
on the subject rtferred to, will be rigidly
By command of
Col. JOUN F. MILLER,
L. Howlani), A. A. A. Gen. jly 30-31
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IUO rases IMaWl l.luseyH.
A f.ill asaorliiit-nt or SATINCTTS, FI.ANNKLS,
811. Hi' UiJOliS, OIN'OIIAM, and oibnr aitnl.'i lu
our Imp, t'l winch we luvila the atU'iitlou or Ik'uirra.
July l!il I iu.
Southern Bank Notes.
II A N JC JST O T K H,
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
IIUI'OIIT AND S-ol.li 11 y
A . . H A ! l OII U A: CO.,
No. (0, Cilli-ga (., (Miirebaut'a Bank Huilding.)
Claims Against tho United
I)Ki:S(lN. lioldipg Clalma aj ait llio U.S. Uov.ra.
iiivii', oiilirr lor Pr'prrty t.tkn lor tlie uhu (.1 die
A uiy, or l"r lim.i(fe to I'rojKjriy. geariertiiiiaUT K
ct'ilUN or CeitlllriiteN. cun h tve tlifiu ptliiit and (-,,1
U. l.il by p'ailiiK Ihi'in Id the banda ol ( IURIXS II
CltlkV, .iit lor tlie Nntiooal claim Ait'ti(y uf
MVh.uglon, 1. J. (imoiii of tlie Teunrerfie Sreueb of
(he A.oiy, NO. CIk-it Street, uji hliura.
Jul Z0 II.
CHARLES H. GUEEX
AflKNT FOB TUB CdLLECTIOl OF ('LA I Mil
AUAIN.T Tim U. S. uoVkHSiMKNT.
Oilier, o. 3S MII IIHY S I 111. i: r,
1 J j O IT Xt.
n a o s OK
MILL I LOl K.
t or N.lo I'V
WM. I.YOS, 41. Hark. t t-l.
Dr. King's Dispensary
ton riciVATE iisi:At.i..
r-v" m ViL KlNU.fwrmorlj of New Turk, fo
I jCja Ui f"r yara of UuivUI, Ky.
aad wbobaa ituruimi bia aiiaUbDi
tUe ire lima l of privale lia'ata lur Sii ys.ra, ttatiur
biuair, batUiff tUttioW4 io jrrlK3a tut au Biai.
jtmr, an J curuai ao uaa Ibonasiiitii, ba ia enabliMl u
our all illniwtMii) a tirlvmt uatura, ao tnaur turn
b4 lliey may b fruut Uiut..uuiua sTiimsm.IsU irealu4il
or from uf .u t trf ihetrowa. lr. Kiiiji'a Pistjafasuu-
Nu aut lJukWurk'fcairtKil, Mwwo Cbvrrf aud kuvoqaarc,
rjo i awry, wbttra bouraail o oi a private
(iHjDurhna cared wltboul iiauajia nialirtlia of ta
tilrk lurva ot old ur rvuvut 4aW, fuluaily euad
f dr, by a uuraiuia bUb i..ki ao pu
Wlivri a titrii lura aimi bailb oajioiM ba aaoyai I
uo diavM ci.aa mra aaiaubiur and itd
BiiiMa Uia ouuati.uiiua ao muun.
rtyfUiiia, witb all ti dia3suM uf lbt alia , grwlf
aul ui ajwt ar a4 iraaiiawat, tma ba aUnuluuiy
IKirvU la a Irw daya.
Xmtfuii WtknM IMhrliCM'arauaiillot. Iiavtnit taa
flvoa to tills if LaM. aiid ail lUm (xmiihj usuoti arrutkiui
uui uf tt, bruutiM uo lu luauv uam by iUt duujiita
bauiu o uu ideraia yuuiua, aad iiimwim ladul
()4iu Of ihm pM ii 'U, a fi triH luf ffbu h ul uudorf
bih Uii huiiutHti, reij ioriui iti a aubjnrt aunt (uf
buiiatiaa or a-H-.ivty, aud c am a prrumr old aa.
fviualaa bu bay b U string witto any diiluuy a
b WjuI) uuiy rssai MMurwl lmtuwl.aUi rltr.
Prauj rt JiUf aUrtstwl, by rilin ul iLatti5 U.t
i aaa, anib ala au -karsi . d r t to lr. A. K in sr , No ja
I esv4r ick alrvl. NaabriUa, 1 u,, anil bat a ilia a..
I ay aahctii4 a-ni to lhr d irvssa. t'lboa bwa
ia o'oksct la ua bwrauif aanii m Uwa araauaa ,
Ao.. Ac, ilo Arc, A ,
o. 2, South S'!t Public Sqturr.
WE HAVE JUST RBCEIVKI),
FROM THE EAST,
AX EXTIBELY NEW
couraisisG m tart:
150 Casss Hats,
f KM I MS,
II A U I'd 1.8,
IN KVr.HV YAHHM'T
OK ALL KlKlnl,
AuJ all otticr arliclca unualljr k -1 In s
Wbolraalo Dry GixhIj Sluru.
, We luvtts dtsK'ri lo glr us ua tf
Call, sud maujiuu our SuKk an.l prlcea.
STlDLLit CIJ0S. i CO.,
Ns Uji m aiibi PiBuo'.SmnKi,
J a l,7
Gronoral Commission llerahonta
63 sad (S, aUtTtr Stmt, snd SO Exohaaf
RmMT I,, at j in aire. I tVw Vnrli
II u .l-W "l
Ma; S, laiM. - Vn
IV HAHi-f t) SOLO'lRd taa liav. tUlr auir
XJ Njmji uj kick P-ir ii,lisn.l. anu l'-lJ(.a
eorei nh' B iriaa ittitlj S'a4l')( It cilllail lb
NallmaJ Clala Afmf, .Nu. M Ca.lt Smrt, p
Stun. . . . July iit S.
Market Jo. 30 Streot.
E. MAYER & CO.,
a. louis & qo..
(lav tuat ranalrvd a Uf Uunit f
Hoots nnd Sliucs,
lia s, Stutlunrry, Uius,
Nails, ami Dye-StulTs.
SALT, la llnrrrlft,
SALT In Hag,
Wlilch wa cftor to tU pubiio fur
CASH OR PRODUCE,
I aval as
COTTON, BEESWAX, WOOL, GINSENG,
FEATHERS, 1IIDK3 .mi TAI.LOW.
COTNTRT McToHante would do wi ll lo rl uioa
u,i w cau lilt lha.r wbula bill lr,nu wur alud.
All I'nrrrnt Southern Funds Taken it Tur.
4uuS-tf. E. MAVKItkOO.
H&TIQH&L CKIi.l AGEHGY
HARVEY, COLLINS Sc I5RACE,
WAKIIIKOTON, 1). 0.
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent,
No. 38, Cherry Slrecf, Nashville, Tsiiii.
'VIIIS AGKNI'Y pumiMMii iwoiilmr Atcilltloa f..r tli
1 auci'iiaalul iruculluii auU wtlUmaul ol IU
namla agalnal lha Ornaral Onvammant of KVERT
IiKt:nilTIOV, Its coniluet'ira Llng Lad Mvaial
..!' mirlvuc la ilia n,aDanmBt of clalnn La.
fr Ootidraa, (lie Com t (,f Clalaia, anil tb Koru
tire DiM urtmriila at V' Llnglua, aud balug ttioi
oujfUIr aiuaiulml auil finolllar Willi lb lawa aud
rnUtl"iK gomrnlnit tbalr aiJiiatmaot.
rartUnlur attontlun will bt thu to una ai lung
uut uf ll,a pruaaiit war, iDcludlnK tlx acconuta
Ht(. CoDtrart'ira, anj PnliiiralnK Olllian of Iba
Wr aud Navy Pcjiai tnicula, and fur ''f'ollrct
lii: lrllllrK, and Uranliln( Vola
nntrcr," IU nUmliurHmnrnt uf wlikh laantlior
ld by ,iu act af C iikum; CLAMIH FOR INt'KM
NITy 10B l-EIVATB rKOPEHTY TAKKM FOE
FUBI.IO I 'KH( OR run DAMA0KS TO SUOII
rnoPERTY, fur II, riui lual In Hi. wrvlrt, aad tr
nllltarr Far, IVmltai, anal Haunlf
We glva .ucliil altrnlk.n ,) pnHiuring l'cil
nn, llauailloa, otc, aocrallig to Holdlara
who liava ln wnumleil, n,alracld ill ou, or Hi
famlliiw or lurta aa l.ava dld, or b-a killnl wliilo In
Ik dlnhaiya of (hair lluaofdiur aa aocli during tlia
iial car will alau ba (Uau ln.cUlina whicU
bat bwu bemlnfiiia llrjrrteil or aliiajpandeSl
by Ilia m,Nrtnnlar I ncflclcn t If JVIannrct
rrnnipt alleollcn al.u glvn, l., tl.a e.ll.iluu uf
gnailai waaler'i L.i.ila jlvm f,,r Projrly Ukaii
I.M Ilia ii iirtli Army, to arranging Accuiinla llk
andciillrctiiif (laitiii ukuh,il tlie Uuaruimaatoi 'a
All Claitu plaif t In iMir tiauiU rwah'e our Prompt
leraouial Altanlln, tlmrabjr aouurlng a,an;
wbkb, la tha liaitd of an Alluruay at any dlatant
IKflul, fraiwiitly ,rnv unaurrMiful.
A-ldt from tbia dm-ltld adiautaa'a, our dally hilar.
oua.aa wlili all tha L,artaiauU au.iblaa aa In luoit
taaaatoubuia dmaloni much mora jwrnilily l!iau
wbvra al' eoiuniualratlou aud othar nacaaaaiy detail
uinat ba oouJikI') tbrougk th alalia.
To llila and, wa aolli,lt jron to forward to ua any ur
alt caara ufaucli tiara, lor you may fiom liiua lo tlma
ba iimaKiitxl, and, aa la our ciin,,ui, wa will fir
nlli yon with all tii nwaaarjr blank., and, a ban
No rliaia mailt, lu any oaaa anloaa aurcaariil.
A.blrcaai I'll Rl.l i H. 0 KK KS,
K", 3B I'li.rry Hlrrat,
it i; r i; it i:,ci;si
JIi.u. Kiraaan Waliacu.... Mayor of Maauinntun
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ii ii ariaoTna, in a t.u. lo Hi oal wa N V
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..' oflu,'.., Ky.
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Ulan I rivrlara,
Imm mud Uullrr l.aatltar.l
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