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SATURDAY MORMNfJ, AUGUST 9, lxr,2.
The following resolution was unani
mously adopted at the great State Union
Convention lirld in this city May 12, 1802 :
JUsolml,1 That J we re rognle In the
Naihvimji Cmoi an able exjionent of
the priociplea of the Union mea of Ten.
uesset, and we aarnestly recommend it
a well deserving of the patronage of
I'niou men everywhere:
. ... Vaulkful lr,ravll'.
A gentleman informs ua of a shocking
murder which waa, committed the other
day in ChriBtUn'eounfy, Kentucky. A
aon of Col, Uatci.iftb, alxmt aeven year
old, waa I'laying with twoLlaek children
of the tame age, belonging to the family,
lie ordered one of thera to give the other
piece of bread, threatening to alioot
him if lie disobeyed. The negro refilled,
wlien he instantly shot him dead, and
wounded the other child. Eo much for
allowing mere children to carry about
knivea and piitola, and familiarizing
them with instruments of violence. The
father was an officer in rebut regiment.
We have' received from Dick &, Vitz
(iekai.I), publishers, No. 18 Ann Street,
New York, a' copy of VfoToB IIcoo'b
great novel, ,TIia HuncMxick, . considered
the. master-plot' of this brilliant .'and"
powerful French novelest. It would be
idlo to recommend thin stirring romance
to the lovers of romance, for everybody
read Victor IIuoo's works, and all we
need nay is that by Bending 50 cents to
the publishers you can get one of the
best romances of the great romancer of
tlw day. . - 1 '
We are informed that the Cumberland
Alley Slono-throwera aro such adepts in
their profession as to have succeeded, on
day before yesterday, in "landing" three
of their missiles on the top of a lady's
bonnet at the wearer thereof was pang
ing between Summer and High Streets
It seems that a number of juveniles meet
daily near the .Summer Street corner of
the above alley, where, from dawn till
dark, they amuse themselves in pelting
the passers by. It is needless to say
that ws have been requested to iuvite the
the City Marshal to be present at tho
next meetiLg of the Stone-throwers.
Where, where is tho boasted prosperity
and grandeur of the' phantom Southern
Confederacy which was to win the rever
ence of 'the world?" All vanished into
empty air, and InnteaJ of 'that Vision of
a disordered brain, we Bee dissevered
Ktatea, , , in , ; ,
. HIM like ih1u and aoori-liail Anwar, '
Ik-uaalh Ilia r. d volcano'. Bliuwur-'
The conscript armies of the Southern
Confederacy, which have been summoned
for a final struggle, . ... ,
11 Lla like halfiafriierrd m-orpioni rol'eil,
In tbctr ln.t rcneinoua deadly fold."
Whilo hundreds of thouHands of loyal
recruits rush forward to the standard of
the Union, to glvo the scorpion his death
Since the suppression of the Louisville
Erpremt, we hear the Cincinnati Enquirer
cried more frequently in our stsx'f ts than
before. It is quite popular with the reb
els. A bath in the Ohio would improve
the Enquirer and its rebel editors.
A special telegraphic dispatch states
that a military department will bo form
ed out of Ohio, Indiana ahd Kentucky,
The Lonisvillo Journul urges the appoint
ment of General 1'oti.k to the command
of the department.
. m a aw "
We notice in one of our exchanges tho
death of a guerrilla olllecr who was killed
lately in a skirmish. Wo knew him a
few years ago as a drunken sehool teacher
from Connecticut, lint lie was plenty
good for a rebel leader. tl
There Is precious little difference Ie
tween an armed rebel, and one who ad
vises not to offend relif!fl. One who gives
such advice would he a rebel himself, if
pluck and interest would let him.
ItiLMious Notilk. liev. Mr. Wil
liams, Chaplaiu of the Nashville Union
Uuards, will preach in the Hall of the
Court House on Sunday, August 10th, at
half-past ten o'clock. Citizens and sol
diers are invited to attend.
Every example, of patriotism and cou
rage gtven in history, from the Song of
Troy to the annals of tho American He
volution, will mock 08 with intense deri
sion, if w do not conquer the rebols,
and vindicate the cause of freedom.
TiiiiATBK. Novelty upon novelty sue
needs each other in inch rapid succession
at the Theatre that its almost impossible
to keep pace with it. The management
have a keen appreciation of the patron
age bestowed upon thi'in and w ill use
their utmost eudeavors to merit a con
tinuance of the same MadeUine. "The
Soldier's Daughter" will ha offered to-
niirhtastha feature this drama is one
of the most effective, and popular plays
on ttiH lioar.Ij and we are certain full
justice will be done the author by the
talented Co. l or the luvers of the com-
ie.al the T)rm ..f "Kobert Macairiit" will
be a auUicient inducement for thuu to
turnout rn nw. In the last named
uleeo Misa Constantink and lUiiuv
EviHkTT will give a l'vstlt Vent.
CHATTNKOOtiA Mokkv Vantki at the
lusuranca Otlleo ot W. J. Mauk, No.
College Street, (opposite Se wanes House,)
lor whieh the highest rie will be paid
in Greenback, Hold, Silver, or Tennes
steuionry. Au. 7.-lv.
Hie ll?f (nation mt apt SIrrl"n
lttonae of a Fopa.
(Jen. Tope has sent the following reply
to Captain Harrison's letter denying that
ha had descrUd :
IlEAWAr.TEr.s Artstr oi Virginia
Wabbiktox, Va, July 30, ltG2. V
Cait. Samiil I. IlAimisox, O.'th Hegt.
N. Y. Vols.: Your communication of July
27 is received. It is not necessary to in- j
form you that a commissioned officer, by
absonting himself without leave, is guilty
of desertion aa well as a non-commissioned
officer or private, and is subject
to the samo process of recovery, and to
the aame punishment for the offlens.
Nor do you need to be told that neither
your Colonel nor any other officer except
such as are designated by law and regu
lation, has any right to accept yourrei
ignation, nor, under existing orders of
the War Department, to give yon any
leave based on such tendered resigna
tion. You state that you received some
ujury on the railroad, and that the raed
eal officers of your regiment advised
you to resign. '1 his may be true, but
until your resignation be accepted by
proper authority you are not discharged
from your obligations as an officer of the
army. l either your resignation, the
certificates of tho medical officers if
there were any nor any other papers
bearing on the subject, have ever reached
It la needless to tell you, as you must
of necessity know it, that under these
ircumstanccs yon are a deserter from
the service of the United States. In time
of active operations in front of the enemy,
lb is not possible to try an officer for
such ofl'enees, especially is it not so when
he is beyond the reach of tho military
authorities of this army, and his company
about to march against the enemy with
out a captain : it is, therefore, my delib
erate intention to adopt the conrse which
seems most effective to prevent such de
sertions. Every officer of this army ab
sent without authority will be advertised
in the public papers, and disgraced be
fore his people if it be possible to do so.
)o resignation of any officer whatever
will be accepted, except upon medical
certificates of the most conclusive charac
ter, or proof of worthlessness. It is
therefore to be distinctly understood
that any officer of this army whose resig
nation has been accepted without medi
cal certificate, has proved himself worth
less and incompetent. Neither with cred
it to himself, nor with any sort or fair
dealing toward tho private soldier, can
any volunteer officer tender his rcsigna
tion. The soldier has agreed to go into
the service of the United States, with the
understanding that certain persons who
persuaded him to enlist shall continue to
command him. If he had thought other
wise there is no doubt that in many cases
lie would have declined to volunteer,
When he has been aworn in, he ia bound
for the whole term of service, and there
should be no one exempt, nor, so far as I
can control this army, shall he be exempt
troiu the same restriction, in that respect,
which has been imposed on the private
A large part of the dissatisfaction
justly felt by the private soldiers of the
volunteer regiments has arisen from this
very practice. As toon as a commission
ed officer grows tired of the fatigue and
hardship of service, he tenders his resig
nation, and in very many cases has found
meaiiB to have it accepted. A private
soldier has no such means of freeing
himself from an obligation which he im
posed on himself with the full under
standing that the officer who persuaded
him to volunteer was equally bound with
himself and would remain with him.
The practice of abandoning the private
soldiers who have volunteered at their
instance, reflects little credit upon officers,
and will only be tolerated in this army
when I can no longer control it.
Kespeclfnlly, your obedient servant,
M a j or-G cn er al Coin m an d i n ; .
Mimpiiis, August 4.
The lust two boats up brought 1,'OOd
bales of cotton.
Near Hamliu's Landing, some fifty
miles below, 110 hogsheads sugar and
100 bales of cotton, the property of rebela
now in arms, was found concealed in the
woods, lho Mark Cheek went down
yesterday to take possession of it for the
Tho Grenada Appeal of tho 31st lult,.
latest received here, states that the rebels
had recaptured Courtland, Ala., taking
l.r9 prisoners in a train of cars.
The Appeal savs tli&t 10,UU) 1'ctlerals
passed through Tusetimbia last week to
reinforce General Huell ; that fivo Fed
eral gunboats were repulsed in an attack
on .Jone's 1'oint, below Savannah,, on the
DOth ult., that tne Federals had cap
tured a British sehooner on the 2'.Mh
ult., . while she .was attempting to
rjn the blockade oft' Charleston, with
arms for the South; that Morgan's crowd
reached Knoxville, on tho lodi ult., hav
ing taken 1,(K)0 prisoncrr; and that the
rebel.MaJor Faulkner had taken lirowns-
ville ana was burning all the cotton back
of Fort 1'illow.
The name of the captain of tho Sal
lie Wood is Gus. Tyon of St Louis, not
Ut.r.ENA, Auk, Aug 3, via Cairo, -1.
All is quito here. The latest advices
from Uitidiuan represent his force at
7,000. This can avail nothing against
'JO.OOO Federals here, with the available
reinforcements fro n Memphis.
A portinn of Gen. Steel's Brigade is at
a point twenty miles below Napoleon.
No gunboat or transports are at Napo
leon, and I should not be surprised to
hear of the burning of the United Statea
Marine Hospital at any moment, nor in
deed of tho w hole town.
Tho rumor of Gen. l'rice having cross
ed below there has not been authentica
ted. New YniiK, Aug. C.
The Tost professes to have reliable in
formation from Kiehmoud that the en
tira rtbel army never exceeded ;io0,0)0
effective men from tha Potomac to the
lvio Grande. The forces about Bich
mond reach at the highest but lL'U.UK)
men, of whom ouly 00,000 were on the
l'eninsula during the memorable seven
days' battles, of w hom C0,lHX only were
used against our tlanks and exposed
points. The rebel loss was U8,000 killed
and woiinued. liichinond has since been
one vast hospital.
The F.diuhurg sails this afternoon
for Liverpool, taking .'i(M)KK in sjk--cie.
llABiiisiirnc, August C.
Gen. WaJsworth, by direction of the
War lepartuieit, arrested the editors
and publisher1 of the 1'atriot and L'uion,
charged with issuing treasonable jiosters
calculated to retard and embarrass re
cruiting. The whole party left f,,r Wash
ington this evening.
IIeatxjita arms Aavnr or Trip. Oaii, )
In Camp, Flnutsvllle, Ala., Aug. 1, 12 $
Gf.kkbal Oiiufjis, No. 37.
Tho Major Goneral commanding has to
announce other instances of disgraceful
neglect, and contrast them with another
The guard at Courtland Dridge, con
sisting of companies A and II, 10th Ken
tucky, under the command of Captain
Davidson, and a part of Capt. Eggleston's
company, 1st Ohio Cavalry, was com
pletely surprised and captured, with but
trilling loss, on the morning of the 25th
nit. by a force of irregular cavalry.
On the aame day the companies of Cap
tains Doyle and Goben, 10th Indiana,
which were ordered to protect two bridges
on the tame road, respectively 6 and 12
miles cast of Courtland, deemed it wiser
to bring in an empty train which came
up, than to defend their posts, threatened
with an attack from the same irregular
cavalry, and so put themselves on the
train and arrived safely at Decatur, a few
roilce distant, without the loss or injury
of a man.
On the srmo day and on tho same road,
8 miles from Decatur, a guard consisting
of 21 men of company K, 31st Ohio, nn
der command of Lieut. Liar man, were
suddenly attacked by a greatly superior
force of the same Cavalry. They de
fended themselves gallantly, and repuls.
ed the enemy, killing several of the num
ber. Lieut, llarman and 11 of his men
were wounded, himself in two places, and
two of his men were killed.
The Oenernl submits these examples to
the reflecation of the troops. He re
minds them that neglect and bad con
duct on the part of guards bring dishon
or upon them, and may even jeopardise
the safely of an army. If these appeals
to their personal and professional pride
should fail of their object, he warns them
that the extreme penalty of the law must
intervone to punish tho guilty, and save
the Arm" from the jeopardy in which
they place it.
The duty of guarding the conircuniea
tlons of tho Aarmy. is among the most
important with which an officer and his
troops can be intrusted. Vigilance, do..
trrmlnatian and the preparation of suit'
able defences, in the, way of entrench
ments or stoccades, will prevent such at'
tacks, or enable a smau lorce to repel a
greatly superior one. Had the orders for
Kridge guards to fortify their posts been
promptly executed and proper vigilance
been observed, the attacks referred to, if
made at all, would have had very differ
This ocder and General order, No. 32,
will be read at the head of every com
pany and detachment.
By command of Major Gen. BUEI.L.
JAMES B. FRY,
Col. and Chief of Staff".
J. M. WRIGHT. A. A. (i. Auir.lMt
i.Tiiou i A vr to m ri.i iiN.
Matthews' Machines for making pure
sparkling Soda Watkb for bottling or
retailing trom the counter, are tho most
simple, make the best article, and cost
less than any other. 1'lain printed in
structions for making the Soda Water and
delicious Syrups, go with the Machines.
Send for illustrated catalogues; it com
tains much that every Sutler should
know. Address Jons Matthews, maker
of Soda Watku Apparatus, Xos. 4.'!7 and
439, First Avenue, New York.
Buy or sell Tennessee money, Green
backs, Gold, Silver, Kentucky, Georgia,
North and South Carolina, Virginia, Ala
bama, Louisiana and other Bank Notes,
Bills, Scrip and Shinplasters, at (he In
surance Oilice ol W. J. Maur, on College
Street, opposite the Sewanee House, there
you will obtain the best rates without the
trouble of trying elsewhere.
llKAIiyrAUTKHS l'llOVOBT Gl AHP,)
Nashville, Aug. 0, 1802. S
(intern! Order No. 7.
Iiu Con well, a physician and resilient
of Nashville, a prisoner, having been pa
roled upon his honor (by Lieut. -Col. Cab-
silly, then acting Provost Marshal,) to
visit the city upon business, and to re.
turn to tho prison at 4 o'clock, P. M., of
August Mb, and having taken his solemn
pledge : All officers and men of the Pro.
vost Guard arc hereby ordered to arrest
the said Ina Conwk.i.i, if he can be found,
and bring him forthwith to these Head
quarters, that he may be dealt with as a
mull of linJ,en fiiith and violated hmor
LEWIS I). CAMPBELL,
Col. and Trovost Marshal.
IlEAl'gl'ARTKRa 19th Il.MNOlK, )
HrNTSTii.i.i:, Ala., July, 18C.2.f
CiLKERAL OlllJlJl Xo. f(9.
All ConmiiDbidiied and Niiu-Cuiimiis-a'oiied
Officers, Musicians and Privates,
belonging to the l'.lth Hegiment Illinnia
Voliinteera, who aro uuw away I'roiii their
re 8ei live, cuiujiauiea, except thoHe who
have a Surgeon' Certificate of Disability
(which must be subsequent to the (lute of
this order), or are on regularly detached
Service, Hill rejioil lo these Headquarters
within ten days of the date of the pub
lishment of this order.
Those failing to comply with this or
der will b treated as deseiters, and their
names will Iw published as such. This
order will be carried out to tha letter,
lly ordfr of
M. I. Tuni'i K,
Acting Adjutai.1. Aug 2 lOt.
Defeat of Porter'a Guerrillas Cap
ture of Arms and Supplies!
3 0 ,00 Western Troopi (New Levy)
Ready to take the Field!
Kentucky to be Invaded by a Force
of 15,000, from Knoxville !
The Navy Department Propose to
Arrival of the R. M. S. S, Jura.
The War Department Orders the
Arrest of Persons Discouraging
IIcdbos, Mo., Aug. 8. Porter'a guci-
rilla'a have been scattered by Col, Mc
Neil's forces, who captured forty wagons
with supplies, and ten wagon loads of
arms, and killed one hundred and fifty
WasnreoTox, Aug. 8. It is ascertain
ed that thirty thousand Western troops,
of tho now levy, will lc ready for the
field this week.
Indianapolis-., Auj. 8. Special cor
respondents say that fjfteen thousand
troops, infantry artillery and cavalry, are
at Knoxville, and that they intend to
march forthwith upon Kentucky.
A vast amount of sickness prevails at
Richmond, but no pestilence The efll
ciency of the rebel army there is greatly
exaggerated. Tho Navy Pepartment
proposes to draft seamen.
Prominent Kcntuckians have been as
sured that troops will be immediately
crowded into Kentucky.
St. Louis, Aug. 8. Kecruitingi is pro.
grcssing favorably. v
Uarbihiiuro, Aug. 8. Pennsylvania's
quota will be full this week.
Tho War Department orders the arrest
of all persons discouraging Federal en
listments, and prohibits persons subject
to draft from leaving tho country, and
authorizes tho arrest and sending to
nearest camp of all persons leaving their
State or County to escape being drafted.
" Indiana's quota is exceeded by four or
New Youk, Aug. 8. Gold 12 V to 13
per cent, premium.
Capa Rack, Aug. 8. Tho steamship
J ura, via Ixindonderry, passed tho steam
ship Tuscarora, suddenly left Southamp
ton ; is believed to be in charge of the
steamer Mcrriniac, which had a cargo of
arms and ammunition for tho rebels.
Washington, Ang. 8. The War De
partment says no railroad employees, ex
cept locomotive engineers, are exempt
ltatea of P.talage between the I nlled
Mates and rrlrxico.
Tost Ori KK Department,)
July 4, 1802.
By tho recent postal convention with
Mexico, proclaimed by tho President on
the 20th June, 1802, the following rates
of postage ate established, of which
postmasters will take notice :
isi. me single leitcr rate (iiiianu three
cents and sea seven cents) is ten cents
per half ounce, and for each fraction over
an additional rate, ami vreimnnenl u re-
quirttl. This applies to all letters sent
to Mexico from the United States bv Sea.
2d. On all letters received from Mexico
by sea the United States domestic rate
of postage is to be charged, rating them
at the first United States post office at
which they are mailed to their destina
tion, either three or ten cents per Bingle
rate. Hut i to be tulleded on delivery.
3d. On all letters sent to or received
from Mexico, uhen nti conveyed by sea, the
United Mates domestic postage only, ol
three or ten cents the single rate, is to be
charged. This must bo prepaid at the
mailing office, on letters sent, and collected
at the office of delivery, on letters reeeived.
4th. The sea rateon printed matter sent
to Mexico is one cent for each newspaper
and one cent per ounce (or fraction of an
ounce) on all magazines, periodical pub
lications, and other printed matter; and
this. is to be added, when sent by sea, to
our usual inland rate of postage ; and
this combined rate Must lei vrri'md at the
mailing office in the United Slates.
When sent by land the United States in
land rate of postage only is to be charged
and prepaid at the mailing office.
rlh. On all such printed matter received
from Mexico, ouly our usual inland post
age is to be collected, and this must bo
paid in all cases on delivery at the office
Otli. These regulations must be strictly
observed, as no accounts are kept with
tho Mexican postal department.
JOHN A. KASSON,
First Assistant Postmaster General.
I lie Mtuailou la Keuteeky.
HH., al l'i..l.h to tks C'luciiiDali Cuii'llu
Wasuinuton, August 5. Mr. Cssey,
the Kentucky Congressmen wl;o voted for
contiacation, is here to-tlay, renewing
the representations to the Administra
tion coueering tho atato of affairs ia Ken
tveky. lie says that tho Union men are
perfectly assured of the rebel intention
to make another foray, on a more exten
sive seal, into the fcitaU if possiblo.
Twelve hundred rebel cavalry aro now
in this county. They declare now just
as they did this time last year, that they
must have tha products of tho country
between the Ureeu and Cumberland riv
era for the support of their army, and it
is believed they sre maturing plan to
carry out their threat, relying on the
name supineness of the National furies
that was exhibited last year. Mr. Casey
and other Kentuckians are akiiir thai
as fast as troops are raised in volunteer
regime nts, and under the new draft, they
shall be pushed down into Kentucky,
drilled there, and subsisted off the pro
perty of Kentucky rebels) They aryue
that this will be sulflclen: to avert all
danger in Kentucky and at tha same time
make the rebelliou ia Kentucky unnroC
table. They ask, also, that all ablebodi
ed negroes belonging to rebels should be
seized at once audased for camp service,
as tcamatrrs, etc., but Lut armed.
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llank of Tnr.'ll, at Tnt-nrll.
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Of tlie bramU of "Anuirknii." 'Tulon." 8pritgum'
500 Cases Bleached Cottons;
100 Cases Canton Flannels ;
ttH Cases llW l.lnt,eys.
A full a-Roitmrnt of StTISlTTfl, FI.ANNKLS,
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Jul. 2U tt.
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Pocket Knives, Wallets, and
Alt", a Choir Lot
BLANK BOOKS and STATIONERY.
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MtAKK'SIHKKK Mll.I. KLOl'll.
Fur Halo by
WSI. I. TON', 41. Market St.
For Rent Cheap,
L DKNCKS line I'nr a turui ol yours
1 : iba uVlii-r
ll.r tlia balaticn of llil yaar.
Aeply to II. O. JllNts, at Tinn'i i" ,
M, OilU'ito Hlrvnt. uiij;.'l
CHAKLKS H. GREEN
Ac: EST FHK TMR COM KCTlOW OK !l,.HM
.UAISHT THK V. M. UOVKBNM KNT.
OOJee, !No. 39 riirilllV NT II t'.f. I'
FEYE, TODD & CO.,
('uiiimlaaloit lerekaiil for lite Male
of HOOTS and Hlior.s.
UTK ara dilly ri'ivlii(( larx troualgiiaifuU or
WHITS and MllUr'.. ..f evaiy ili a. I .iillull, from
tlia Mamiftwturaia ilim-l, al"l ara pn'iiaiwl li Mil at
urwaa tliat eiKaiir ua n. nn. naaKim 111 ma ony
aul rountiy will ,l" H to rail ana annum, our
alockal mii. 49 C1IKHHY STRKK T, CAilounatla IlilUj-
inir. lint ilnor to tlia A. la hi. h.xpma i-'unwny.
July liu. yUYK, TUlllI
l.tOK THK 11ALAM K HV lsr.'J, OH A T E It M
X of you., llii ooliviuiii'iit an.t UMiiutla iv.iili u,
No. 27, West side of Spruce St.,
tii'lw.i-ii O.liir an. I I nem Sir. tit", In tin -iiy, Win.wn
a. " H;r.l' Ni'Kt llolUite."
TK.ir furllior pai ti. uUir rail on Mm. (' Pl RA
Coi.a, tn, t'liuri-li nin-ot, ur l. V. Wuatx, No. In.
K-ii Hi Cli.Trv Hliix-t.
fi.ibTill., AU(;ut 4th, lSlli. miS-llli
Dr. King's Dispensary
iuh I'hivaii: iii:amh.
mZrr 0R KIN,ftrmrlf of Nw Torfc.fo
t . itio fur tii of UmuTtlU, ky.
mm jjj wltl Lmj dvuUt4 tbs auutktHt
lh iroftUnoiil uf pri'niud.MMuufl lur ytwni, Uatuir
b i Hi A3 II, lis v hK ftitvotiwl U ft prfcrtic r n biii)
ui.r, Mail ourtni 90 Bift&y Ibotutuitlj, b ufcblwi U
rurvftU ainjjK o( ft I'rWiil iialum, uo mtt-r Uom
bftd tby nifty l from Uiiudictoui mtklM iftl irofttmuil
or frura dk'L uf Ibelrowu. Ur Kuujf 1)i(hiu'AJ-'
Nu itf Ihjfcdork k ftlrtMri, bttlwMu C1irry ftitJ Lsorvuaxr,
4jjui aiiory, wbcrft kicurtiftftll diAo o( ft privfttt
(ivorbf ourml wttUoul ftaftftOua BawllrUifft or Ul
rrit witL buatutuift
Sulci un of uJd or rcvul tUlf. iHltjxjtuahy ourml
ft T tfiaya, by o tiirHo hita. jm uu li.
WlHarft ftSirixUir tii boaltb cuiu 4 .hp utyN.
fmhmtM u tluHMus iteUMft &f tttUk.bHif J nod
iutua iha ooui)tuihi an aiur-li.
riypu.lis, wiib ftll iUm d of lit fthia, trowi,f
out uf HlKi ur b4 iriaat9Ut, c b 'i. tu!ij
Durnd tu ft lw dyft.
VmtMftJ H'ataAmMi. -Pattouift ftVtiilloi, lirliif Nai
fla ibia tita-, and all tli Qutim'jwcm $riw$
Otil uf it, bruii(bi uu la Biauy ctumm by ttia 0MiiriiotiY
babiift of inubiitWraUi youtba, aud eitwaalva uidul
Mlitft ihu Mt9tHi, ft ftnMot;( of whli h Will U&rlm
Ul)UUa siuklMiikj , rt)iefltJf Uift ftubjuut ftutlt lot
bnstasM or nwtaiy , a&d 0 hum riiitufa old aia.
fima.lw bo o:y b 1Ia.-hj wiib auy diiOt-uJIJ
b4 Wouib my rvt aaimrad i&Aai4ll rutioi.
PfTftoi rua.Uiujjf abra4, by wrltU-j( and tsUwi ltii
ra. ib aiM) vaiA-UaatMi, dir-t m lr. A. Siug, ho, 4
LtMilarlra atrsmi, NaattvUta, Twih . will Uib cxm
aary iuwli ut ftiit to a-J 0(Tt btMif
w ft o'cIam k ta ik attrfLji aisUl 9 la ta ftvLa.
' 3tt., Sic la, ite., A ,
No. 2, South Side Tubllc Square.
WK Ukfli JUST RKCKIVKl),
FROM THE EAST,
AN KNTIRKLY NKW
COMPRISING IN PART
150 Cases Hats,
HA It KU KM,
as kvrky TAiuarr
OK AM. kinlM,
11 1 It i: A I),
A ul nit clber article uiiually k;t
WhoUwale 1)1 UtMid Aiort
fifr Wt lovita dealers to give u un curly
call, aod aiaailus our Htixk aud prirei.
STADLI ll UU0S. &. CO.,
Rilal )?lli IVSI.IO riUaSC.
SilKli III fill
ROBERT L MAITIAND & CO'
General Commission Merchantel
B ANKER S.
61 aad 6a, BTsr Strast, and SO txebaafs
Sm I.. M.iTiaKO.
May , la.
SOLDIEES, ATTENTION !
DKi-UARdMi SOMi'Hm . .a ka.a II. .Ir -.a.ly
Muuay an. I Uaut Vn coll4al. MS eu-Hliiaa.
curi k.n !rma'tm,lly iC.ah'-Nl, Wy cilltaf at Itta
r.amiaj claim At-f. II nwrr Ml. f
Hnira July tf.
Market ETq. 38 Street.
E. 'MAYER. & CO".
A. L.OTJIH & CO.,
Uarrat rrC a lar Stook r
Hoots and Hioi,
lints, Malionerf, lrun,
SALT, In Barrets,
SALT In LIbrs,
Which onr to Hi public Ibr ' :
CASH OR PRODUCE,1.
I 8UCU A3
COTTON, BEKSWAX, WOOL, G1NSKMG,
FEATHERS, HIDES nd TALLOW.
(IOUNTRT Murehuita would do wol! o call u.xjb
y u,iuj wa cau till thalr wbult bit. from our ftfowk.
All rurrmt Soulluru FumU Taken at Par.
iaofti-tf. K, MAYKHfcCO.
--r k'fv ; " ' 1 ,
TENNES8EE BRAWCII 1
IlillOllil Cli'lLl AGEUCY
HARVEY, COLLINS & BKA.CK,
WAsniKciTojr, d. c:.
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent,
No. 38, Cherry SUvet, Nashville, Tenu.
'1MIIH AOKXI'V puwHuuMi iwculiar fcollltlu for tlia
X auouMturul priMM-cullon and aaltlaiutiit ul iia
maiiita agalDit tha Dnnanil Oovarnmant of KVHV
IiKHC'RirTION, lta oouJurtma haling had vtral
yuara' exporlauc In tha niauaKeniaiit of claim ba.
f..r ('uiiKreNM, tha Court of Clalaia, and tlia Kxacu
tlva I.iin.iilil at Wa-lilnirtun, aud Ulu( tbur
nUKlily aoquallitad and fimlllar with tha la! and
iriiuUliouk govaruiug thalr atljuatiuant.
'articular att-iitlou will liat;lvan to ra-a aitaing
out of tlia ireanl war, Iticliidlng tha ai-i'uunta of
rltataa, C'ootrartora, aud DlKhitrnIng Cflhaia of tha
War and Navy Iioiwrtiueuia, and for Collect
luic Irrllllng, and UrganlTln VuU
uateera,!' tlia reimburHamant of whi- h la aiituur.
lud liyau act ar ConKraiC'LAIMH Kill lNliKU
MTY KOK PKIVATie rilOI'ERTT TAKKS V0
ITBI.IC I'HkN, OE FOU PAUACES TO SICU
I'BOPKBTr, for Hi rap) Iat In tha ftiWt, and flu
tl Hilar? l'r I'enaloua, and Woiuilf
W glra apuolal attautiuu to procuring f'en
l"l, HvuDtles, alo., accruing to Soldlora
who hat-a baan woundad, eontractad dl aaaa, or tha
tainlllM of luch aa hava dlad, or baas killed whlla In
tha diachai ga of tUrir Una of det.r aa aut h dm lug tha
Biwrlnl rara will atao ta glran to clalina wliku
liava bau heralofnra Itpjrcled or Suspended
I j tha Iioparlwautaor I neilrlntlr finnan ad
I'mnijit atuutlon aUo glvun to tha ootltlun of
O'.arti.rmaalar'a Iltmpta glvau fur Prowrt takau
lor il. ua. of tha Army, to arivinglug Aceouuti Willi
an-1 rolUi ting Uaiuil against the QuartrmaUi Iia
All Ckliiii ola.nl 111 our l.ai..ta rn .ilva our f roniit
Pinonal Altrilllon, thorehj aecurlng manjr
whli li, In tha Laoiliof an Atloroi-j at any dlitaal
)oinl, flu-iuantly irova liniuri'aMful.
Axlde frntn thia dm lil d adrautag, our daily Inlar
iuraa with all tha Ifepartment auahtoa ui In tuoaj
. to otlaln di-i'laiona much uura irHMnlilr that
whi-re al oouuiuulcatlou aud othar nacaartar dotaS
liniNt la eouductftJ through tba lualla. -
Tu Ih la uud, wa aoll.Mt 7011 tu forward lo ua any or
all raari of anrh i harartor you may from tima to lluja
hava praanntatl, aud, aa la our cuitoni, wa wilt flir
nlth you with all Hi ni-itwuurjf Mauk, and, whn
Vo rharK mad III any rasa unlaa au'vnavful.
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