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For Freedom tni Nationality
, . n.c. meiivkh, Wuor,
SATURDAY MOKNINO, AUGUST 9, !?.
Death of General Robert McOook.
The doalh of that brave .nd noble
wildier, General McCook, hj lb hand of
rebel MSMiin, will C 11 the heart of
every patriot with indignation and hor
ror. A nick man, murdered in hit am
bulance, and murdered deliberately
ncli a death had fate decreed to clow
the honorable career of one of a noble
band of brothers. Sad and unwelcome
though it be to u, it met him a will
ing martyr to the caune of hit country,
for to one so true and I6yal, life was no
treasure to be hoarded up like the mi
ser's gold, lieu the life of the land
which gave him birth was at stake. In
advance of his brigade too far perhaps
for prudence while, in tho discharge of
his duty, he perished by the bullet of a
murderer and a traitor. Faithful to the
last, whilo others would have made dis
ease a pretext for inaction and repose,
he spurned the thongbt of rest, and was
rairied in a sick bed at the head of his
command. How many' others would
have excused themselves from service
and KrHitre in like circurastascc3. Let
the army of idlers who squander their
time, and the treasures of their country
in inglorious idleness and revelry, at a
time when thoy should be iu the field,
in all the panoply of the warrior, bo ad
monidhed by the death of him whom we
now lament. "Bettor to wear out than
rust out," as a great pulpit orator once
aid to. his remonstrating physician.
Itoman history furnishes ono parallel to
his death in Hint of the great orator and
patriot Cictiio, who having snatched his
counU-y from the jaws of a formidable
conspiracy, during the fearful civil
war which afterwards raged over
Italy, was murdered in his litter
by the partisans of Auuwstus, while
being carried to the soa-sido by
his servants. Perhaps a shadow of re
gret passod over the xonl of the dying
warrior, that he was doomed to perish
thug, rather than at the head of his charg
ing column, under the Hag of his country,
amid tho roar of battle ; but (hat shadow
will be dispelled by the brightness of
joy if hi I departed shade, looking down
from Heaven, shall see a holy indignation
mid a burning thirst for vengeance inspire
the breasts of his soldiers bereaved of
their Moved chieftain. Men of Ohio!
Soldiers of MoCook's Brigade ! will not
the ring of the assansin's death shot sound
in your ears louder than musket's vol
leying crash or cannon's roar, in every
future ousel? When through the whist
ling shot, and stilling smoke, and infer
nal llamu of battle, you bear the holy
banner of patriotism against tho pirate
Hag of treason, will not the manly shado
of McCook, like the Hpeetre of Saint
James, at the head of the Christian war
riors of Spain, when battling with the
Moor, appear 'again in your vim, invoking
you to victory, while
'Heaveu'e f I r hnr-e, Itci iath hi. irricr f rm,
I'aua the lift1'! Vloihl- unit iCMlif in tin i m.''
If the death of your former leader
adds force to your arms, and ardor to
your hearts, then may his martyrdom
prove the richest offering yet made by
our afllicted land to the Goddess of free
dom. "We mint formal ll h.liDri" ee Iho
we niuHi reaiyu All As)oim nive unr urpt
We mint behold eo obi rt euve onr I'oimtrv
A nd only look doath aa litaulllnl,
Ho tht in eacntloe eacend I" heaven
And draw down freedom on ln-r tver more."
And as we repeat these words of the
Venetian patriot, a spirit's voice echoes
upon the air:
"They ncrel ill who dm
In a great ratine : the bloi k may Bonk tliuir gore;
Their beada may aoddea in the aim; their liluh.
tie lining lo oily Kate, and v-natle ual'a-
llul atlll ihr-lr op'ilt wa'W ut.road. Ihonisb ycatii
Klepae, and other liai a dark a doom,
f twy tut augment the deep aud awei'idr. tlion,(lil..
Shli h over powi-ra all nlliere, and crfiniut
I he world at liiat to Irotdom."
The statements made by the I'niled
States Grand Jury to the Court at
Indianapolis, which appear ia another
column, add another sturtliug chapter to
the history of treason. There is no
doubt of the truth of the charges made,
as wo heard them confirmed over eighteen
months ago by General IU'imav, the
founder of the order of the Knights of
the Golden Circle, in a public speech in
Kentucky. He boasted that the order
was growing rapidly in Iudiaua. We
now have an explanation of the course of
such rebel sympathizing newspapers nt
the Indiana Staff .SnrYm-, and some other
similar sheets, livery one of those pa
pers should be immediately suppressed,
and the editors placed in the peniten
tiary or hung. They have boon endured
long enough. W't have no doubt that
many of them ur kept alive by Southern
money. The rebels sre delighted at the
apparent division they are creating in
the State of Indiana.
A gentleman writing from Indiana to
subscribe for the Union. ty that the
late Convention of sympathirrs at In
dianapolis showed their rebel sflinilies so
plainly that it is producing excellent re
sults ill his community, and elsewhere.
The old Democrats are highl v indiguaut
at the attempt of the politicians to use
the party muni', which to them recalls the
memory of Asuittw JaiUv, to g'.or-i
oer such speeches as those of Cahi.i-i.i.
uud WiiUi.irtK. We douU not our
friend is corrsil iu hia slalvmeuts.
That Cuuveution will stiuL wor in the
nostrils of the nation than ever did the
Aid) lor lite Cavalrr.
We again ask the immediate attention
of our friends to the very important
work of aiding the organization of Col.
Store's. Cavalry Hegimenf. Mr. isM.n
sos, No 53 IVoad Street, will receive all
contirbotions they may choose to make,
and it is very important that they pay
him an early call. The members of (hi
Ileginicnt have come, many of them,
many miles through the midst of ene
mies, to enlist in tho Union army, and
new recruits are coming in every day.
Many of them have left their families,
crops and nil to the mercy of an unscru
pulous foe, and if they could give up so
much fur our good as well as theirs, let
ns act liberally" towards them. It Is a
patriotic debt which we cannot honora
bly repudiate, or put off. Hie aid of
our citizens will give energy and activi
ty kto the work of enlistment and this
is certainly a most important consider
ation. V'o tlljyou,!fellow-citlsens, that
the raising of one cavalry Regiment here
woold strike terror to tho hearts f the
marauding assaying, who are laying
waste your country. I"owipi and
Btakn es would rather see three L'egi
mcnts of soldiers, however brave, come
hero from other States, than be tracked
by one regiment of TennesseanA, famil
iar with their routes, hiding-places and
rendezvous, and acquainted with the
material of their commands. 'And if
we tako hold of this business and push
it on with alacrity we can Rive Col.
Rtokks not only a Regiment but a Brig
ade. The welfare of the State appeals
to you to act . promptly. Go to work.
Induce persons to enlist, and if you can
go yourself, go and help rescue the
country from tho hand of tho spoiler.
This beautiful, and fertile, and vast ter
ritory, is too noble to be delivered up to
rebels. It must ba the home of the
We learn that several rebels who have
been very active and violent for some
time, iu perpetrating all sorts of Confed
erate rascality, wero captured the other
day by Col. Stokes, in Wilson county,
and brought here yesterday. One of the
nuniber was It. E. Tuoitrsox, of Lebanon,
who was a candidate for the Confederate
Congress in that district, in 18(31. In
circular, which we republished some time
ago, he declared that rather than sec
Tennessee remain in the Federal Union,
he would see her filled with desolation,
ond utter woe, and the whole land Bunk
beneath a sea of devouring llame !" Such
was the humane, etatcBtuan-liko, and
Christian-like preference of Tii'rxrsns,
Our readers will agree that such senti
ments are an ornament to the literatare of
the age, anil if carried out would make
TenuesM'e a happy laud indeed. Rather
than see Tennessee remain in the enjoy
ment of tho blessings which the Union
showered upon her, like the gentle and
fertilizing rains and dews of heaven, he
would sec his town in ashes, his county
desolate, his district filled with blood
and tears, anil death-groans, and every
form of human agony. Nashville wrap
ped in all the horrors of bombardment
and midnight oonllagration, and Tennes
see, the gem of tho Southwest, the land
of "desolation and utter woe,"' swept
with a red and roaring ocean of devour
ing llauics. Patriotic Thompson! I'hilan
thropio Thompson! You are n good sam
ple of a rebel leader.
Tennessee holds the ashes of two Auicr
ican Presidents, ono of whom shed his
blood upon the battle-field for the Union,
and the other of whom, added another
star to its ealaxy. God forbid that thie
beautiful State should ever forget the
glorious lessons they taught her, or bow
her head to a despot of the accursed and
infamotix dynasty of Richmond.
We have had a remarkable lull iu mil
itary matters for some time. 1'robably
tho lull will be broken soon by a furious
tempest, and then may Uou defend the
tight, and lead us through the Red Sea
of carnage, if needs be, to the Promised
Land of peace.
The Washington correspondent of the
N. Y. CtmiHircial Auvtrt.'ffr makes tho
following statement about the mitoriouH
female spy of Yirginia:
hi.i.le hoy n.
Miss Relic Royd, who has figured
extensively as a rebel spy in the valley
of Yirginia, was caught at Warienton a
few tlajs ago, and was yesterday brought
here and lodged in the old Capitol pris
on, after having had an interview with
Gen. Wadsworth. She is au athletic,
naturally intelligent Woman, but her lilo
and character show that alio has never
had an education or moved in good socie
ty. The correspondents in the Valley
have given her quite a reputation, but it
is more than evident from a glimpse, that
she is not all their fancy pictured her.
She has been a bold, fnitht'ul spy tor the
rebels, but is out of their re.ich fur one
season st least.
A iSt'Y Glass lull Wan TlMlis. The
school ship Massachusetts arrived at
Hyauuis on 1'riday last aud sailed for
Nantucket Monday morning. J he citi
it ui of Hyannis were invited ro visit the
ship, and many improved the opportuni
ty, tine old lady, after looking all over
a nicely polished brass cannon, rt nark
ed, "My lor, what a big spy-glass that
ho."; v.-) v.
The old ladv wasn-ht, as cannon are
intended to make the enemy 'C -ilh.
The rage of Gct.eral LVi I hr Mi(m;'s
soldiers at Lis brutal murder is said to bo I
terrible. It is reported that m veiiieeu of I
the ajsassini veie caught and ww j
tluuh this litede coutli niatioii. j
Sruitid rrrali)rlii (hiirrh, h
vllle. Wp t all the attention of uurrraders to
the fallowing important Order. It is
proper and just in all refpects, and will
meet with the approbation of all right
thinking men. The Constitution of the
Presbyterian Church, which is so anala
grnis ( that or the Federal Union thai it
might almost be termed its parent, cer
tainly never contemplated the blasphe
mous idea Oj UHing the church organiza
tion as an insirument of treason for the
destruction of tho Government. The
soul of true 1'renbyteriHin is loyally,
obedience to law, and the promotion of
peace, not sedition and strife. ' We there
for heartily endorse the Order announc
ing that the Second Presbyterian Church
cannot exist as a treasonable faction, but
must be controlled by loyal and good
citizens, who will support the cause of
law and order. Dr. Matthews, who is
announced to. preach next Sunday morn
ing, is a man of fine tl-i'ities :
HKAPycAnTi.ns U. S. Fobcks,)
Nashville, Aug. 4, 18(52.
"iMciul.tifrtlera No, OS.
It having been represented to the Col
onel commanding that the disloyal mem
bers of the Second Presbyterian Church
of the city of Nashville have usurped the
control of tho church edifice and par
sonage, and ousted the loyal Pastor
thereof: It is ordered that the control
aud occupation of said church building
and parsonage be surrendered to the loyal
members of the church. The church
building to be used as a post chapel for
the use of the United States soldiers,
strangers, and loyal citizens, under the
direction ud control of tho loyal mem
bers of the Second Presbyterian Church.
Py order of
Col. JNO. F. MILLER,
S. H jWlani), A. A. A. G.
In accordance with the abovcOrder, the
control of the church building of the
Second Presbyterian Church has been
surrendered to the. loyal members of the
Session of said church, arid it is their
purpose to open it lor Divine service
every Lord's Day, making such arrange
ments for the supply of the pulpit as
they may be enabled. All ollicers and
soldiers of tho United States, all Btrang
ers who may happen to be in the city, s
well as the citizens of Nashville, and the
members of tho congregation, nre cordi
ally invited to attend.
The church will be open for public
worship on Sabbath morning, the 10ia
inst., at lO'.j o'clock, A. M. Preaching
by Rev. Prof. Matthews, of Danville,
Ky., Chaplain of the ll)Jh Kentucky
Regiment. The exercises of the Sabbath
School will be held at the usual time.
Future appointments will be announced
from timo to time.
1ALTIM0RK ItS T1IK SLAVES OK ReKKLS.
At a great meeting on Monday even
ing, in Monument Square, Baltimore, said
by the Clipper to be the largest meeting
ever held in that place, the fifth resolu
tion, which was adopted unanimously,
Hcst'h'ftl, That while confiscation and
emancipation of the slaves of rebels may
not 1ms an efficient means of suppressing
the rebellion, they are essential to cripplo
the power of those now in arms to em
barrass tho restoration of peaceful and
constitutional government after their
military power is broken ; nnd therefore
we heartily approve of the policy of con
fiscating the property of tho leaders of
tho rebellion, and declaring the slaves of
every rebel free from all obligation to
obey those who refuse to obey the laws
of the hind.
Beauregard's bells, sent to Boston by
General Butler, wcro sold in that city at
public auction July oUtb,. Im. Dan.
Bi.Arr.r.oArtn's Mia in this place, were
ladly sM a few weeks ngo, when they
baked cakes, boiled hams, and prepared
coMee to regale his ragamulllns with, on
their expected return into the city. They
Until recently, there has been no law
against cleansing or attempting (o cleanse
Mstage stamps which have been once
used, with a view to a second use, pun
ishment having been provided for the ac
tual fraud of a double use only.
The supposed additional temptation
now existing for the commission of such
fraudulent acts, owing to the increased
demand for, and the enhanced impor
tance of, these stamps, no doubt caused
the Postmaster-General to ask Congress
for further legislation for the protection
of the revenues. The following is a copy
of the new law on this subject :
TO ITS -11 TISSM-HAI'M LEST SALE 01; ISE
Of I'OSTAfiE STAMPS.
lie iV n)wfe( ?7 t'w SftKitf JJju.ic i f
ll'pifentativcs it'.e 1'iiifnl S'tttss nf ..imri
rn in dut'iiei u"Vfi.',.W, That any person
who shail Viilfully n move or cause to be
removed from any postage stamp or
stamped envelope the cancelling or do
facing marks thereon, with intent to use
the same or cause the use of the same
the second time, or shall knowingly and
wilfully sell or buy such washed or re
stored stamps, or oiler the eamo for sule,
or give or expose the same to any person
for use, or knowingly us the same, or
prepare the same with Ulcnt for the se
cond use thereof, every such person shall,
upon conviction thereof, be adjudged
guilty of felony, ami shall be punished
by imprisonment n il exceeding three
years, or by line m. I ev. ding one thou
sand dollars, or by both imprisonment
and lino as aforesaid; ami one-half of
such tine, when colli-eifd, shall be paid
to the informer.
Approved July 1'!, lJ.i!i
fiCrA boat load of distinguished rebel
prisoners left Boston harbor on Thurs
day for I he Janus river, to be oxchanged,
Among them are Major-t.'ciieral Buckner,
and Brigadier-Generals Tilhman and
Mackall, vt it la the otlivrs of their stairs,
also captured. ,
Col. Tistiiis. This man, says tho
New Albany Ledger, cuinmauder of the
I'.'lh Illinois r k inn lit, who permitted
the horrible atrocities upon the people of
Athi us, Ala., has bceu tried by a court
maitial, la-laeied, and dismissed fn.ni
the kei i. e.
By Last Night's Mail-
Sheuiixa, Mo., Aug. 2. Porter ha
twenty-four hundred men, and is en
campd three mile east of Newark, Knox
county. Colonel McNral occupies New
ark. Friday night Poller completely
surprised the town. Only forty of the
two companies succeeded in Retting their
arms and ammunition, and lighting man
fully. They retreated into tho church
and Brag's brick st re, where they
fought the enemy an hour and a half,
and only surrendered when they found
that they were to be burned out. .
The enrtny's loss was sixty killed. A
prisoner saw the enemy carry oir three
wagon loads of their dead. The bearer
of dijmUhes says h saw seven of the
rebel dead in a pi I A Dne of our men
shot four of the rebels dead iu six shots.
Porter took everything, horses, guns,
and ammunition. . He paroled all the
Union soldiers, but told them if they
had been company A, he would have
shot every one of them on account of
their shooting Cspt. Owens.
Uur loss is four killed and seven
wounded, four of them being only slight
St. Loris, Aug. 7. Brigadier-General
Davidson assumed command of the
District of St. Louis to-day.
Colonel Merrill, formerly commandant
of this District, has been commissioned
a Brigadier-General, and will leave for
North Missouri this evening, where ho
will direct operations against guerrillas.
At a meeting of the Merchants' Union
F.xchatig this noon, resolutions passed
closiog business houses at 4 o'clock, P.
M., for the purpose ot drilling and or
ganizing tho loyal citizens for military
service, and requesting the proper au
thorities to cause suspension of business
throughout the city after that hour for
t'Arrto, Aug. 7. The ram Mingo from
Helena, reports that on Saturday a scout
ing party of 75 Federals were surprised
by 600 erf Hindman's men, and badly
cut up ; only 30 are said to havo es
caped. Forty of Jeff. Thompson's men were
captured while attempting to cross the
river near the town ot Austin.
The recent publication of Gen. Pillow's
letter to his brother in regard to the
slaves of tho former, renders interesting
the fact that Gen. Curtis has freed all the
negroes in question, numbering 275. Pil
low has three plantations near Helena, on
whirh all the moveable property has been
Curtis has freed at Helena about 2,000
slaves, chiefly those who worked on forts
Pillow and Donelson.
FonTT.ERS Monroe, August 6 Large
numbers of Union prisoners are expected
down from Richmond to-day. It is un
derstood that Corcoran and other Federal
officers will soon be released.
The reconnoissance of Monday night
resulted favorabfy. The fight lasted two
or three hours. We now occupy Malvern
Hill with sufficient torce to hold and
carry on the plans.
The public will be satisfied with the
activity of the army of tho Potomac for a
few days to come.
Our loss in this artillery fight on Mal
vern nill was only twenty killed and
wounded The position is considered of
. Sr. Louts, August 7. Private advices
from Jefferson City stato that Colonel
Guitar bad arrived there, recruited in his
health, and on yesterday started with an
additional force to join his command
now in the field in pursuit of Torter. It
is also reported that atthat place the bu
siness of volunteering has received a
marked impetus in the last day or two,
and especially since the order to draft
300,000 additional men. The ardor of
the people suddenly revived under this
evidence of greater activity and deter
mination on the part of tho Government.
There was quite a little fight on Satur
day last near Waverly, Lafayette county,
between one company of Federal soldiers,
under Capt. Miller, of Col. Huston's regi
ment, and the guerrillas that attacked the
Steamer War Eagle. Nine of the enemy
were killed, without any loss on our side.
The guerrillas fled in every direction,
three going into AVaverly, where they
were pursued and shot. Among the kill
ed is Mark Dye.
From tho same source we learn that
three "Squirrel Tail Rangers" were cap
tured near Lexington, by about twenty
militiamen, who were going to that place
to enrol under the late, orders. The
"Squirrel Tails" mistook the militiamen
It is remarked by persons from the in
terior that the guerrilla band seem to be
crossing from South Missouri to the
North side of the river.
It was reported in Jefferson City the
other day that a small squad of Federal
soldiers were attacked at Tayborville, in
Henry county, on Friday last, by about
two hundred guerrillas and overpowered,
losing several men in killed and wound
ed. The loss of the enemy is not re
ported. Reinforcements have gone to
Coi.i MBL's, O., August C. Recruiting
throughout the State for the past few
days has been so animated as to lead to
the hope that Ohio's entire contingent
may be raised without drafting. This
would "certainly be the case if volunteers
could be accepted for ono year. At all
events tho twenty-two regiments will be
full in ten days.
New Yoiik, August 7. The Express
t ays General Rurukide's Division is re
Miiled at Acquia Creek on the Poto
mac, a few miles from Fredericksburg,
which is one ot the points of advance
towards Richmond. '1 he division is re
ported as considerably reinforced-
In 'iANAi'oi.is, Aug. 0. Recruiting has
been remarkably brisk since the promul
gation of Secretary Silanton's recent or
der. Nearly all of the Indiana regiments
are said to be full to-night. Tho tiTlh
Indiana, of this city, has near twelve
Boston, Aug. 0. A great war meeting
was held here this evening. Hon. Ed
ward Everett was the principal speaker,
and made an eloquent ami patriotic ad
dress, strongly denouncing any idea of
giving up the contest. He might once
have been in favor of a peaceful sepa
ration, but that time had passed, and now
the Union must be restored at whatever
Cairo, August G.
The Memnhis Bulletin of the 3d re-
ports a fight seven miles from twn on
Sunday between a force of -t,."00 Feder
als and the rebels tin Jer. left' Thompsi n.
The latter vt ere driven back w ith great
loss. No particulars are given. More
lighting is anticipated.
A great desirs is expressed that the
whole militia of Massachusetts be orga
nised, equipped, and held in icadincns
for the cull of tho Government. The
people Stem determined to make the war
a special biisinrs until pea k is uii
I npnpolarlf v oftltudnann.
This notorious rebel ruffian and brute
is becoming justly unpopular even among
Ids gang of cut throats and robbtys.
You may have heard the fact related of
an attempt to kill him by Texas Ran
ger, hut 1 will risk its repetition. It ap
pears that about three weeks ago Hind
man performed soine unusual act of bru
tality to some of his men when Texas
Ranger raised his musket and fired at
him, tho shot taking effect is his shoul
der. Hindmsn staggered back and as
he fell ordered the fellow to be instantly
shot, but bis officers surrounded him and
porsuaded him to recall the order, for if
the fellow was punished with death
nothing could save Hindman's lifs from
the lury of his men. ; ' ' ; ' ;
This circumstance 'occurred in the
neighborhood of Lit lie .Rock, where
ll udiuan is hated and despised by
young and old. His cruel enforcement
of the conscript act makeR his name a
terror iu Arkansas that State where,
even in the palmiest days of the Repub
lic, the pistol and the bowie-knife were
the argimttitum a-i Kmiicm, and where
men with the bloodiest record at their
backs were countenanced and fostered.
I'n-ni cwdf I ce of ttie Oncltiu.'.ll Ocieite
NASnviLLE, Aug. 1.
now "a southern wan" got bis bights.
Dr. Thompson, of Williamson county,
Timn., jg a trading gentleman of consid
erable means. He is a brother-in-law of
the late Confederate General Robert Hat
ton ; and in the good old days of South
ern sanity those days of innocence and
bliss, when locofocoism had its prepara
tory schools of treason all aronnd us, and
we would not believe it Dr. Thompson
was a Whig, and was a strong Union man
till Tennessee was caught in a net, when
he conformed to the fashion and "wont
with the South." But he still remained
a trading man. On last Tuesday or Wed
nesday ho was signally rewarded for his
Southernmindedness. While at a trading
point, about ten miles South of Columbia,
where ho had about one hundred bales of
cotton collected together, ho was met by
a party of twenty guerrillas. They sa
luted him, asked his name, and inquired
if he was not a cotton-buyer. Being told
that he was, they bade him show them
his cotton, which they burned. They
then asked him if he had any money.
He was so candid as to confess that he
had some about him and was thereupon
relieved of about $1,800 jn gold.
T II K A T It I" ,
W. II. Everett,
8. T. Slmoue,
Kturda Evening. Aug. 0, 1802.
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at the li.urtlii.ure Vaid, In Die ( ly uf Naalivilln, uu
ISitnrday, Hie M b i!ay of Auirmt, In", all Iho rliiht,
title, claim, luur.ni aud t.uie, wbhb W.O.I),,,.!,'
then had, r imy liav. aimo acquired, in and to the
lohowinir .lwnil,..ii .t of tin iiud Mug Iu Is,vl laon
County, Male of Ti nii' emu. ( there l,eitK nu ded of
r.cord in the Ki'tjieter'a otM.o) in houih N!i.il,
liMul'iiK on the i .t aulo uf Cherry Htri et SO fwt, and
runuliiK hack hall may M Colleen Street, and hounded
on l.olh fide, by the properly of laaae I'anl, ou whu h
there la a two Hit; hr i t l.olli.i, beliif the fame eul'l
by Inaec I'anl to W tj. Huh Iu the plan of loin known
a the ily-ian (irovo property, and h-Ti.linai the
property uf W. i;. Hit. h, to eatihfy a judgment reu.
d.red In laeor of Tlicnu. ll a.i.uat W. L. Maura.
W. l.. liilnh, and C W. Nauoe.
J. M HIN'TiaS,
Rylii.ia Hun', tvp. Miff. .-burn! "I i. C.
Aiifc'ii.l 7th, 1 "nil-id
NEGRO FOR HIRE.
Numvli l, Auu.t fiili, l:.
I HAVE A M'MUKU (INK NEUUo MAN I Wln
to hire in tin. t ity by the hiunih.
Any ilie Uiahliifr lo hire ruin -ii'iilr ff nie al No.
VO, IokIi Ptrect, or le my brother, Jlr. JuJI L.
t'HKATMAM, No. '.I. C' lh.e'Hlrc t.
ii'iT-liu 1W1.I.IAM . CIIFATHAM.
One Hundred dollars Ken aril I
IS I KIlUl'AliV 1.A-T 1 FHII TWO MCtilll) MKN
to l ull Ull .yiiu i. 1. ..it fi.'iu i:i',rk., Hie, ly Ilia
iim-'. of J',,., ,.a ,,n.t KnMrs-r, m.l I..., . I, rt t'l.irkM-
ille a tew day. r the i e .iki troop. I .a p....-.
.Ion of the pile e.
Kdmuinl i. wlvHit A fiet.knl welha IijI or 1 TO
'lln I., and u or 'J4 )eai. old, aud of dark c . In
pi I loll. 1 est. I II f rl .Kh. II" I iaol vellow cm
l'l. .in, and will wuich Hit -r IV) piuiida, nnd la
aliiiot 12 or il yivn. old. Wbru Hi y were hcrd
Irui.i hit ll.e w,e in lliu Mc' 00k1. illv.ii ,g
I wi I kiv" the nl.,ve lacl to imy .m,- IMh 'f
.v ill l,ri.,j ll.uui lo me iu the l.ity 01 Mn.lniiln.
WM 8 OIEATHAM.
I iMiw.le, T..1.H., Aua'iat 7iu, (,, a.il-liu
SMtI.t. LOT i'F tlltiKK . (I. nul l',
" N a-hhiKion Jt. dnoi v," in .iiiall pa -k.gn
lor e.l" lo l.r WM LYoS,
k ' 1 I, Maikrl buret
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction Sc Conimission
ii hi m.ir n tin:,
ir I( ITS I ONMiiN M FNTt, AMI Wl f. CIVIC
' pl..lC,,t tl Uli-'ll lo Ilia ea uf ill T lio-al., U"0 1 ,
II. il. au I M -U h iU'He a' Oor.ily
If 4 A.. . . . 1 n.!i. al ,1 r-l'.ru, Ina pn,n.pi:j ,
ltn ki vrr : - M .f I. 4 Hiiiitloii, K. H Ili.l.iua
A I'v, A. J I'.iaan A ., a-b i :U , .,.
Good Board and Lodging,
AT .l! ITU WE1.K, IK FAR MMi
V p. Ho., i, :.oo. '
Ha II ( h.iiy hii.al
A linr.sfc to ItmT Ap:lv lo u v,keo..
To Town and Country Mer
chants, Sutlers, &c , &c.
i n r " 1 ' "
BUY YOUR STOCK
AXD SM.ILL VUU:,
AT WIlotKHALB, OF
J. M. MURPHY,
.72 PUBLIC . .SQUARE.
."'ink Ttwrn omits, RKt't'iNi: oimiw: all
of FLAX THRKAHH, lltlL UlTTO.NB,
NUTluKii, bKWlhll Sli Ktf ;
Cap, Letter and Note Paper.
BL1XK BOOKS and STATIOXERT,
ifESVS. PIPKS, WAIJ.CT, POCKKT KMIVM,
Ft)i(TmKNiI.JI, PAMKK COI.lKJ, FLAI.i
ad FANCY miaI'M, UKt'Mlkil, and I'lihFL MIJtY,
lttxka ami Kyns
I'irta, C3M.Krnl aVeoll.Ha,
1.WU I FA t and FA Vt V 1'ANS, DltllSS IIRAIW,
HIKInSiM, lAI'kM, aud a thuiuand other Ar
ticle u uunoruua tu tutinttou.
OCT AU Bouthern Monc?y Taken.
PROPOSALS FOR FLOUR.
OFFICK (X)MMISSATIV OF JUIWIMTKNCK,
Nakiivilik, Ikk., July :iuth, iiutl.
TIH WILL HK ItF.ITIVF.ll AT THIS (FFM I
until 2 o'clock, P.M., I in eailiAY, Aiik'u.l Tth,
Hi'.2, (flT.ni poreoiia loyal to the lluTeriiuieul of the
luiuyi SUlea) fun . ...... t . .
1,000 BARRELS EXTRA FLOUR,
To ha delivered" at the Snhaineuoa 8i,.re honee, in
!nhvllle, oil or ln fo the luth of A"ut, Inn.
Bids lor pai l of the Hour received. lrk,nl taaiplea
requeeted with UlilM.
8etrule and dl.tlnrt lriioata will he rni lvi-1 Tor
fiiriii.hing tho aamn amount between (lie luili aid
l.'ilh of AiiKmt. lMir.
rropndala will be endorfd " 'roinl. f, Unur,"
and dir.. I .I Iu R. MAll KKI.V,
Juljai-did Cftpt. aul I'miu. fuhn.
PICh. I1ANDLKS 1,000 goctl bear? -pill
ri:a Uau,ll,,,for .ale by
GRASS SEEDd I'hip, Orchrd, H.rds
aud Timothy tw-d, lor Bale by
Recruits Wanted I
RErm its WAKTin kor compamv
lHjnipanj, now oraniring
At Columbia. Maury Co., Tenn.,
is riiiilly fllliiiir up, ami jirnU extrm Int.Mniriti
tu nii-a uiiliim t t;ti into nt-tlre ai-vic. Thimt
fMnUt ot two Cnlu' Army KivolvrrM, ft rcvolv tnn
rarbniH.iint t(ihii rht iiiumI Imuniy of lt urn
uf Liui.I.mjkI One Hundred Dollari ('am It
is nit toaukch itw'rtiit.
M f Vo ftirthor Information apply to
1,1. AV. V. HAHKF.Ui
JuljfUMi H.rulilug trtllrar, olumUU. Tf na.
WILL BE PA1! TOR T1!K ItE(lVKKY T
Burveyor g lurtU uineuu,
compass, i.i:vr.LM, Ac.,
belonging In th City, which weie taken from the
kntiuieer'a department, In the lower end of the
Market lloiuve, il'irinj the week nf the panle In fgh
nary laal. J NO. Hl lllI BMITH ,
RASA WAY FROM T1III PfBHrRlDKIC, m,
wnr Nanhx III. T'nn.( on the l'Hli Uv of f
April, lt'J, a NtKro nmo mun. J TII.MON; iT
alnint 2 ymrm "1.1 ; A ft 6 or S fnrlifa Mk'i ;
quit tiliu k ; wtnsk'Ta on hu bo loft ; tln aix.ut
Mt p.-tiiKl.. the nil. I bny was -n In lSttahviiln a
few lavH ao,an'l Mid tin wait in Mnriri'riori at the
IlniHof itu lak batiiH, and Kt mMilly wnntM In
ItiahaU'l. I will g.vtt lii tit vi RiMard fl.r lh d
1 1 very of tliM ri h? in lite Jul. at lSa-ltvill. mi that
I run k liirn.
juivMi-dliu IlOIItUT CATO.
Library Association Co
It. FKANCK .V O
Drawi Daily at COVIKOTOH, Ky.,
AT If AND a O'ClHK-
L'nJrr tl,e. Stijtrinteiulewe t Biifnn
$5,000 to $40,000!
TirkfU from One I'oilar lo Trn Dilli.n.
Oidore h TiuVaU will La nromiitty aeiit ty ra.
turn mail, and uur omoial nrawlni aeut lo all cor
reNpoadeula. -All ord.ri for Tic keta, addien
R. FRANCE & CO.,
IXJUIH VIIuLK. K.V.
4 Clirulari aunt rroa to all oiderlnf.
By W. E. Childs & Co.,
llANKKHi AK1) llUUkiK-1,
At o. 52 .North (ollfpc Street,
51 r ftnl mVTa r.iuiKnu
OWjtllH; and al.au w luoi.e al-,,
I M..S axn 'UTfc!(' UAXKf, at i,( WiT,"
CO AL ! c6Xj7 ! !
'rm: i:M.Kiteiit,Mtr. bam uaik arkam.k.
.,. V1 '' "" 'i"U uf IL. Imi onalnv
""i-0,lltl lluaiiaU-w.w . r,HU.ad,
&HU will co, a. uu na ta. uia. raw of aia laat.
aar tiidtfia e.n.iii.
1 V. ri( KtY, AM,I,
tuner Br.4 aad lltk niHii.
1)0KAX-A (tuttll lut if ri rax
1 ' ri a.. Ij V. l.Vd.s '
JOn-RBAa 4 bUi, M .! Y
No. 56, Collego Street
Officeri' Fine Dreai & Fatigua
A SalrnellA Aaaartinanl ! I'lu
1111 liar jr ;il,
tflnm Truuk.8, iCor.fm i:ivetnl.) -Flue
Freufla (' in ..., -
:i How Goia KiubrolU i-!
Fine Hiubrolderics, of all limb,
hilk Itubber t'at,
All atjrloa Tatkb Collar; HRAiiti and
TuiatkUNtm, all kindi; Sh,k an 4 Bchtiso
Flaos; Fink Cahhmrrk SniRTs; Liskr
ScHirt. UxrzE Silk, Qhzr Mkiiixo and
I.im.K Thread Undlrsiurti; Diiab and
Ui'KF (Jai-nti r,n Glove;, io., Ac.
Jalyi7-;im . ,
General Railroad Office.
(liNiaAu Raitnotn nn OxNiava Tn aar iiim i,
No. ti, North t h.'rrr Street,
14th door fioiu I u:.hi )
PKRSum Ui-i(iilnK h.Ting the city hv Ruilr.ia.l,
will aavea k-r reiik'to by urchaaiVR llielr Tl. W
eu al thta (irllc, where llrkela ran ue had to all Ilia
irlnciuil ('it ir. In tho North, Eaat and Wi .t, ,y tho
aliortial and luoat ridinhle runlo ; al.o, Tlrat t. can In
had to Huntevllle, Ala., and all lnl.-foie.IHio point, eu
the N uihMlle t nintlaoooSa, aud Icunci..,. A Ala
I'oreoua irainx E iat, by pnrcl,.lrK Ticket, will have
their tnnc'ia" cluvke.1 fioiu any Hotel r iwit of ilio
city aa fAr aa Loiitevlllc, kv.
furrhaae your Ticket, the da nrei'loita to liuedi-,
an that you can Ira re vow call fir the utnnihua 10
convey you lo the lieuot.
Through Hills of 1 adieu, giving fir atl ctaan-a of
Freight to all the pnnci.l ( lllen Haul via li.ui.t ill..
Kmlivillo, Jeiroraou.ille a Indlanapolia, hViler.a
uine.Ncw ork Central, New York, ICrm a l',.nutl
i.uM najvoaoe, ur oy wator,ai an low rale aa hy her
aa- i am the only Airnl In Uii. city that rati fur-
nl.h Hilla of
an ninaoi i.anina lo lite Ka.t he all u.n,..i
uy n air anil tuill.
tor further information rati at th Omen.
xv. w. riuid
Uennral TlckM aud Fraiahi Aaeal..
Line Wrtlrcra, Maff, Itlrdlral, rf
auaatrra, and Central Oflleara
l ulled Klatv.
i:it AND NASHi:l,
Silk aku W'oustkd SAauan, Kcw E,.u-
VLATIOM IS WORD ItELTS, Lr.TTKR,
Fiiuaait, Ac, Ac,
PISTOLS OF ALL KINDS.
Piikkntatios Swords, to Ordv.u.
Ji. iiF.uiii ,
Ml, (,'ollrje Bli eel.
GRIFFITH & PARSOMS
AWU WIK I.KHAI.a IlKAI.KRa IH
Groceries & Provisions,
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGINO, ROPE, TWINE,
COARSE & FINE SALT,
C'lUAKH, TO II A (.'CO,
candies, i ni its, vim:s,
Suttleri' Oooda of all Kinds,
And many other aitkkw arrlria dally, puuh,
ft-i C.b,aiidU at iua'l,,,..1.
Call ami ,.
t.UirFlTII A. lAI(SOs,
'.o 1 fuUMut rt , NAiiiViU I, Tkk.-i